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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 25, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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18. No. 18. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DEC. 11 1896 Price,. 5c..

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DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! 11 Of all Read This "t.\:\
LOCAL NEWS, descriptions and sizes-dressed and Column Carefully GET YOUR TOYS for the Xmas trees at MASQ BELL3-FOR REINS-10 cents R HOTEL l'f'0fr.1'JS.' 'a'aWawa
Mrs. Reynolds. A large and varied dozen at Mrs. Reynolds
of General Interest. undressed, sleeping, double-jointed, of A GUARANTEED MACKINTOSH' for stock I>o1
d L TopiC" kid, rag and other material-at prices fti.50. :Now Is your chases to secure to select from. to stop See list of hotels on I

astonishingly low, at Mrs. Reynolds. one at a low figure-the best that can Oon't Forget that Cl *ffee & Co. awe 7th pogo.Ilemember 1 I

All communications for this paper be purchased for the money. MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100 with '* ., ;{:S
Can supply you nnythlnk you 'ntnl: 11\1 lIIe IVno two hotels
addressed "THE ADVOCATE, THE Ci.onrikn Tona of Cotton Seed Hull Anting. Price ?
be OPENED.-A. P. Gruber has opened EAGLE STORE.
houlll want in theh lUay! line, and their prices ope.to,ontemtaiuthetraveling* public. 1
'taville, 'Ia." TblswllUnsurelmdiittt the vacant store adjoining Dr. Scr'even, $24 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. are alwaya.nifjht. '
attention. where fruit, vegetables, sodawater, etc. HRISTMAS TOYS Little, Bros. Fertilizer Phosphate Co., 9lliii. I>.. B. Stowartv of file Saratoga ''.
at Mrs. H. W.
Reynolds. '
(from distilled be holllll,.Chicago on the East C"ast. for :.,
TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds. pure water) may had. A vast and elegant assortment Jacksonville; Fla. *'
PISTMAS small Burnt of $5,000. We understandthe ma (stile. :

Banker Wm. M. Brown returned Hereafter we cannot charge: less dren.which will See be them sure to before delight purchasing the chil "Gait Heart! So Boon Forget?" place< was mortgaged for $10,045)( } or Civil Supt. ('.. B. Knott,of the Florida '"V ti tileret ,.1 I
Miami! on Wednesday. ban $2 per annum for the ADVOCATEand 10,01)0) while the oilglaiil. cost o( Sarno
etaevihere. Popular prices.IIRAOQLIARrERS Const I U.itvl: System...passed t through \\1!
[ W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes, was a Weekly Citizen combined. Please Not if you buy a Christmas present at everytliLtf included, was aUlut10,11(11)\ ( I.ne,. Monday; ; ,. t'll> route to Miami, t,. 'j;
MID oto this. rhaffoe Co.'s, for their goods are O.K. It Is Sll. this week. iNMto thing.nlong. for the '
kjsao't visitor to town 1 opening next
and will stand
: for Singer sowing$ KUIchlnes. Inspection.
uonth.Mn. .
Hall has been visiting -Several new members will be initiated .-
R. F. 'V. R. Knox, agent, Titusrille.
Attorney and Jacksonville this week. ; at the Good Templar lodge, next A SI fill*Wit KG; 1C AT OHMON1 I .. HtirBfly S. Itantann, proprietor" of :'
t Smyrna Tuesday evening, and every member I -Mt. J. II. Demon, one of our valued 'h. (tthlou\l: :\ llench .Hotel. kpeiU Sunday ']
L-Mr, J. 0. Walton has been spending should make It a point to bo present. BUREAU TRAYS fall and see the Brooklyn subscribers, bas arrived at Two Sailors and Hotel Ormoiid its St. Au ustiiuv e>n. hilt way to Daytomi, j
in St. Augustine and Daytona pretty china hand-painted stock at Daytona the winter. !
days where his wife and
|1W -Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of St. Augustine I family are stopping
M week passed through! here Monday, on Mrs. Reynolds. I -Mr. 8n
-Look out for another wedding$ InfO its way to Miami, where he expected to Wednesday of this week out at Minis, AS The three-malltellllchooner Nathan F. hotel man. '-' '

i shortly. The marriage season Is remain three or four days. SINGER machine attachments suppliedby the gnpstsof Rev. and l ;Mrs. A. 1>. Pen- Ctt1Nm,, of Rockland, Me., sailed from Manager Jio. P. Grotives Chief Book'j I y,

lon. -Capt. VT. T. Prince, of Tampa, who W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville. ney Miami 111.otel'some time/ will next probably week. return to Brunswick (In., Nov. 28th! loaded wttbl.XODO keeper A. S.. 1.0011111I1ml Cashier A. I.. ,'

-Dr G. W. Holmes and niece, :Miss pent a day\' or so In town as the /guest of ) 1'11lh'oadkIM,. bound l for Now MllI'14h. amome happy-golug' who mire .
oldof City Point, were visitors toInn the Grand View hotel, left, Wednesday, PEED blanks lOo. each; $'1.00 per 100, at Messrs.. It. W. Rhodes and Louis A. York.. Off Frying Pun Shoals she wits voi' ready to welcome truest to thu '
- the first of the week. for Miami, where said he was going on the ADVOCATE otllco. Brady were out shooting quail together struck by the noitheast gale! mid cap- Lintel Alcuiiir. St. Alljtu lne.! Over 'I''
I business connected with the government yesterday, and bagged: 41)\) birds-the best sized Monday night, :Nov. :30th. jOtl[ persona have ivgistorud\ at Alcazar
ADIES SHOES-in all the latest and record for one day of any two Titusville The first mate, Fred Donle, ami the since I Lt 1'J.4und for business
[best styles. An elegant: stock now on -Capt. Herman Fischer" has left Miami MRS. REYNOLDS HAS RECEIVED sportsmen. Mr. Rhodes claims to have- took, Daniel Pitvker, were lost. The rumalnlng U '
The hotel
I band. THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE.Mr. and gone: to Port Tampa, where hems I. her stock of children' furniture, coin- the finest bird dog In the state. part of the crew, dipt. G. C. Algonquin ami( fair St. Augustine business for '
a position with Capt. John Fitzgerald chairs, tables, bureaus beds, Brunner ..e(1'IoI1mRte A. A. Worr. seamen now open doing a
W. Beers of St. Augustine, baby The schooner Olivette Brain- his season of the Y"IU'l'h\" hotel overlooks -
F. as first mate un board the steamer carriages, wash sets, etc., etc. Capt. J. Erriukson, Thos. Wllllttms J.
stock of 18U6 bicycles which he ard, is being loaded with vegetable orates The Pln7ji 1111III'lver. and the man- I
a big Margaret, a new boat which will run between It Is an elegant assortment, embracingmany $ Jacobson and Chos. Freilrlcknon, out
Call and see them. and ton barrelx of for L. 11. "ixtuiit Is well spoken of. Mir Emit nuan,
telling very cheap. Tampa and the Manatee river. articles that would make very syrup Dawson the masts and the vessel righted g
Sabbath School nice and useful presents for the little of Narrows, who Is also here super.intending and away drifted before the gale to this pl.xco. who U tn churgo, says he will do what
-The Presbyterian Messrs. C. J. Schoonmaker. of Cocoa the woik.' The boat is now he oitn to make It comfoitable for those j
raised fund of about $20 for XMas, ones. They saved a cask of water, a barrel of
a a and R. W. Goode of Melbourne the Titusville railroad WilD patronize 1 his l house
; lying at wharf.
occasion.A and of salt beef that
id d are busy preparing for the -- alt pork ono ; was
here last
passed through Saturday on Communications their sabststanne( for live diyn.: The Lorillard Villa U one of St. Augustine
from -
cent mile has been heir to Jacksonville where they -Mr. and Mrs.\ Geo. W. Morton spenta Rev. W. N. only
of way ,
rate one per Chandoln La and heavy sea that IIt1'l1cktIO vessel popular family hostelries It IK ,
ade to the State Teachers' Conventionbe were called to serve on the jury of the day or so at Ormond the first of the Grange; from Pres.ident Every t
30. United Status Court. week. Geo. F. Miles, of the F. C. L. C. & covered her from stem to Htern centrally loolteilon !St.: Uuorgo/ Ht, Thin.
held at Ocala, December 26 to Oeo. II. Clark jovial resident T. Co., St. Augustine, came too late Her rudder was Intact, and on Friday Villa, already well known for Its elegant
Mr. a
-Mr. H. M. Flagler has had a launch, -Mr. John II. Mellor, of Chicago, one of- N. Y. Is ,In town enjoying for Insertion In this Issue of the ADVO night the captain discovered the \light itt appointments, has been completely renovated -
lied Dade, sent to Palm Beach. It of Indian River's winter visitors, writesus himself Clyde, Mr. Clark Is an ardent CATE. County School Board/ report Is the Coquina hotel and, bonded, the wioi-k everything being done to promote
IDS from New York on the steamer to the effect that he has been a temperance hunting. also held over until next Issue, for wantof for It. Saturday: morning about iUy- tho comfort and enjoyment of its y
loquoln. > man for :29. years and 11 months. portsman. space. v light one of the guests of the hotel discovered /;uest*. It IB under the management of
That[ Is a pretty good record for Mr. -Judge J. D. Beggs, who has been the wreck about ono nub !below ills, J. V. Hernandez & Song:
A. Y. A. Winans has returned Mr. A. P. Gruber has started In
-Mr.
attending court in Dade county, stoppedover thu hotel. Mr. Vlnlng, time proprietor -
St. Augustine from New York, and is Jellor.Mr. Titusville from Monday until business in the store recently occupiedby notified niiil ho Mr. Fred Sterry, who formerly con-
W. T. Forbes, of Atlanta, who in was Immediatelystarted lucted the Lakewood Hotel itt Lnku- rt
joying himself with bicycle, of whichis his to Orlando. R. R. Pyles & Co., with .a stock of "Luwlx" out with the black trotter \
Tuesday on way -
: an expert rider. has been In England, looking after his vegetables and fruit. Soda water will\ and them wood, N. J., laocntly visited that famous
Invention for decortlating the ramie -Civil Engineer/ Franklin Sheen, of also be dispensed Mr. Gruber expectsto soon were many willing resort and was the guest of M. and Mrs. f

-The children of St. Gabriel's Sunday plant, and putting In such shape thatIt West Palm Beach, left here, yesterday put In I n line of confectionery, cigars, hands near nix mirvlvoiH the wreck to the iihuint Ill-fntod In rescuing Jasper Lynch, who occupy a iiottaguhere. )

clII bool are anxiously looking forward to can be made into as good cloth as is morning, for Orlando, where the dickey tobacco, etc., in a few days time. We then veMlIel. Mr.( Kturry: Is expected at Palm

IID egrand Christmas tree they will have made by flax, has returned home. birds say he will be married on the 24th:. wish him every success In his venture. the. Capt.\life saving 11. II Htatlon:Shaw, siipeiintendentof was hand leach In u few days, to look to the optm- pr
Christmas night. on
of the Inn and Polnclana
Dr. C. G. Weld one of Boston's Inst. mule of -Inch nnd ordered\ lug Royal ,
prominent -Miss Dwyer and Miss L. Dwyer, of with a / rope,
-Mr. J. W. Miller of the Tltusvllle crack -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold which see to be under hU management
citizens, and a well-known New York, passed through Titusville, two baits brought Tho wrwtc grounded
aiming Extract Co., left here for Bos- shot ansi member of Canaveral Club, arrived divine service in St. Gabriel's Episcopal yesterday afternoon, en route to Hotel about MID yards" out from high water his winter,

'0 last Friday, on business in connec- here, Monday, and immediately Church on Sunday next, the 13th Inst., Indian River,.Rocklodgo, which l III owned murk Tlio crew! were signaled/ to cant The Hotel Biscayne at 1lamI"[ \ I
iog with the above company. left for the club-house. The doctor at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy CommunIon by their father, Mr. Michael F. Dwyer, a a line overboard with a buoy attached; about being completed by Contractor J.A.

-Dr. and Mrs. P. R. Bennett, of Ur- spent Sunday at Hotel Alcazar, St. Aug-- will be administered at the morning well known owner of race horses. M Ills tliuy did HO, but the strong current .smith McDonald l who Is the owner. The hotels

asa, 0., have returned to Daytona. ustine. Ills friend, Mr.\ Edwards, arrived worship Dwyer was looking$ so much better than only allotted\ to come half WilY to a large brick building and will accommodate -

he doctor is an enthusiastic yachtsman, on Saturday. -Mr. Thomas Nevins, brother of Mr. when we last met her, that It took our shore. fully IOU people It U ceiirully

1 we presume we shall soon see him on -Congressman J. Capehart and wife, Peter Nevins, of Men-lit, will probably representative a minute or two ductile The first attempt to roach the line was located and will bo under time
ralian River.A and :Miss Alice Capehart of Charleston, leave Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 10th of as to whether It was Rockledge's charming inntle by .(union CumiH, nn old Hiiilor, nanagomcnt of Mr. C. II. Knott. The
Va. through ,Titusville Monday January for Morrltt. Mr. Peter Nevins young winter visitor or not. and ( 'tpt, DeCoiirsoy, of the schooner Hotel Blscayne will open for the KIHIHOU
letter from Chicago says Mrs. W. passed ; will not come to Indian River thin season Thistle, In this port an old member of about New Year's Day, and will remain ;
1m Mellor Is too ill to come to Indian en route to Sharpes. Mr. CapehartIs so his bl'Other-the chief of the I Mayor Goo B. Swift and a party of the U. S.: L. S. Hurvli'o. It required open summer and winter.
u'ertlds winter. Mrs. Mellor's many an ardent sportsman, and killed two Brooklyn Fire Depal'tmen'-expects' to friends, who, have boon on a visit to the nerve mind cootnosH, and both mon had It, ,
In Gallie and Melbourne friends will deer with one nliot last winter. The his house on the Island. Mayor's place Lake Worth, passed especially DuCoomuy, who miumud to ben Manager Henry W Merrill, for three '
above party will spend the winter on occupy here seasons In charge of Hotel !Royal Poln ?t'
gret to learn of her Illness. through Tuesday, en route hometo unconcvrnod UK If trolling for tarpon.
Indian River usual. The ADVOCATEwill will be union gospel temperance clana Palm Beach but who will take
[ as Tnere a Chicago, In Mr. Swift's pulsate car ,
of
within live fuet the llfoline
-Mr. J. W. Ballantine came and from go weekly to West Virginia here- meeting next Sabbath evening Those in the party-were rC. Kohl. They' ruachiid charge of the Royal Palm, Miami\; thU

herpes the first of the week, gave after. at the Methodist church.Kind reader, saat, publisher of the Chicago Time- buoy drifted when an our was nod unshipped had to) behaiilud .season, will puss through Tltimvillo! to- ;

i a pleasant call. lie says sport is very -Mr. R. S. Contee, the hustling sales- what are you willing to do to drive from Herald ; George H. Wheeler S: I). Raymond and they ashore The nway neuond, attempt wail morrow (Saturday) with about 12O:! servants -
ood, and what with deer hunting duck land this awful evil to whichwe and help fur thu hotel which In
,
,
man of the well-known pickle house of! our fair William G. Deals, John C. Spry/ made by E. N. Bedford and Mark
nd lea quail shooting,the time passes. quite II.[ J. Heintz Co., Baltimore, Md., was sacrifice every year 73,000() souls, and Clayton Marsh, D. F. Flannory. and Stotta. They were swamped rind wore expected' to ol'ellO/1 Jailuary (met. Mr.klerrlll ?,
lntly.Mr. In town Monday, and left, next day, for which costs us, as a nation, annuallyover William It. Koer. pulled ashore. The third effort wan \ \ has Home him) work before him

and Mrs. W. Henderson, who Cocoa, Rockledge, Melbourne and Fort! a billion of dollars 1 Come out and -Captain S. L. Jeifords was a pleasant made by Tom Fugue and H. F. Water- during the next few week; but from the
lilm linrullo the
In which
ave been enjoying their honeymoon on Pierce. He Is quite a worker for his help us by your presence.Dr house In Cnpt. Wardwell's life-boat, unnner we saw
caller at this office the first of the week, furniture' anti fixings at the Royal Polnolnna -
man River returned to Orlando firm and does not let the grass grow un- of Paterson N. half the wreck
on John C. McCoy, and showed us silver Spanish coin-a when about way to a before it oponud. wo have no
turday last much with theirrip der his feet. The above firm Is said do Hartman of Washington throw the boat In air ,
pleased J.; and Mr. C. A. little larger than our Amei'lean quarter huge wave high doubt he will be fully equal' to the occu-.
They will probably be here again be doing quite a good business along the C. through TltiiHville and turned It Mr. Fagin
I). ; passed dated 170, and with the words, among bottom-up; .sloe The otllco force for the Royal .
ext month, and take a trip along Indian East Coast of Floiida. Saturday last, on their way to St. others, of "Carolus IV" Inscribed upon caught the shore-line and came In smite; /aim mime far mime the ADVOCATK can loam
:Ivor! ,
and Augustine. They had been on a fishing It. The coin wan picked the i Mr. WaterhoiiHo climbed up on the bottom
-Miss\ Agnes E. Slack, a bright up on ocean lit all Hollows: W. H. Ortiiu room clerk; h' 'y
-Mr. A. S. Emmet, of Conway, near i talented English: lady, gave a very In- and hunting trip to Fort Lauderdale and beach, at Canaveral, lust week, and was I of the boat, but another wave came A. E. Mason, cashier; W. F. Ingold! ,
lamlo, arrived here, Friday last, and' teresting lecture upon temperance at the up in the Everglades. They Informed probably thrown up by the surf. It Is and rolled the boat over and lie underIt steward: T. (}J. Smith, head waiter; U.
!ppecl( over until the following$ day, Baptist church, St. Augustine, on Sun- an ADVOCATE reporter that they had a well preserved, being quite bright, and ; he reached for a floating oar, mlsHoi! W. Itoykln, head bellman; Mrs. G U.
ben he accompanied Mr. II. Kent to day evening last, to a large$ congregation fine time on the trip, and expects to return the head engraved; upon It U quite dlstlngu It, sank out of sight, and hall been Keen Smith housekeeper; Mrs. M. J. llor- 1
ocon, to join the schooner Two Bach- In conversation with an ADVOCATE rep- to the East Coast In February tunable. The coin may have been no more. Mr. Waterhoime's home I III In nunn, hoed launifreHM. While many ro- ;
lore, on a cruise down Indian River. resentative, Miss Slack said she had done March. Both of the above gentlemen washed out of some old Spanish! shipwrecked San Francisco; was Anderson & 1'1'lce'1Ibook.keuper !gout to |lose Mr. Merrill from the Poln
well pleased with their visit to the oI( Canaveral and at the M t. Pldasant house J
considerable lecturing in the cause of were yearn iiffo, clana, all wUh him every success In the
-Mrs. Geo. F. Miles\ a prominent and temperance since she had been in the Seminole Indian camp; and to hear the there may be more of them uround. during! $ the past season and expected to management of the Royal Palm.
jpular resident of St. Augustine, has United States. She was delighted with doctor tell of his experience and treat occupy the same position at The Ormond 1
tree the Indians Is something to be this season. The Holly Inn, Daytona, has opened
very fine Egyptian doves. They Florida and Its beautiful sunshine. ment by Sale of the Sarno Property.On ,
re remarkably tame and to the remembered. Dr. McCoy says he came At U o'clock noon Capt. llronner of for' the season under the management of Y'
'me' of Duchess, Lindsey, answers and Claude. -Mr. John D. Russell, jr., and bin down here a pretty sick man, about the wreck tied.. rope around MM wattle, : Captain Orange Howe, who 1 IH a well- .-1 1I

*also has a baby dove about three charming daughter, Miss Florence, of three weeks ago, but!goes home aM strong; Monday, at the courthouse door In was. lowered Into the boiling sea, and attempted I. known caterer to winter visitor to the ',?,:iIt '
eeks old. Hartford, Conn., spent from Monday Until as ever-heavily sun-burnt and weighing Titusville, Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, as to gain the shore; Capt. Shaw sunny south, having attended to their '
Tuesday at Daytona, where Mr. Rus- l.")lbs. heavier than when he arrived on master In chancery, commencodthe and DeCiMirxey went out In the small want for u lengthened period at Palm \
.
-Messrs. Wra. H. Peters and W. G. sell has some property. They usually the East Coast. lie had been sendinghis sale of the Sarno property, situated boat and rescued him. Time bore line Beach. The Holly Inn U beautifully :;

rat, of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived at spend their winters at Hotel Ormond" patients to California heretofore, but on the west bank of the Eau Gallle river, wa made fast to the .(nip's lino life situated on the west bank of the Halifax: .j .

.0JY Inn. lefty Monday. These but will\ probably remain at the St i From his own personal knowledge, he comprising nearly eleven acres with preserver were sent on board, and one river, and In front of the hotel Is a wharf ,' :
3 Myn for Daytona James hotel, Jacksonville, until after says that the East Coast III quite good Hotel du Nil and cottages located thereon at a time the wrecked men were hauled fur the use of the guests, where they can "
I Indian River about the middle New Year's day. We were pleased to enough for them. The doctor l III most of which the late John Green was ashore., boat and fish to their heart' content. .(
f
C.November. stopping oft at Hickory, see them looking so well in health. The enthusiastic over the East Coast of the original owner .and latterly belongingto Restorative were at hand, and a* each There Is I also a good livery stable attach t
i re.they were the guests of the sad death of Mrs. Russell a few weeks Florida. Chas. T. Verbeke, also deceased; also man came out of the water he wa given ed to the Inn, kept and run by Me *r*. \1'
Cory I'ifor' about a week. Messrs. ago was a great blow to Miss f Russell and all the fixture .and furniture, etc., con- hot coffee. Dr. L. J,. Pinkerton was C. II. Pelllcler and James nix, which )l'
eters p Pratt Peak In high terms of her father. Deceased was a very estimable MEN'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS-just tained In said building present to render aid, warm blanket doe credit to Daytona. Captain O. S. 1- '

r. y' Cobb the proprietor of the and charitable lady, who had a host the thing for this weather-at prices The real estate which wan put up for were provided, and each man wa taken Porter I III the owner of the property, and '.
\ at
00 Ir. Peters brought with him a of friends north and south. within the reach of everybody HTORK; ale here, was bird In for.2,500) by Lawyer I. to the Coquina )hotel, where ha wan well he huts spent a great deal of money lu T

u English., setter, for use while hunt- __ ____..1__., _d THE EAGLE CLOTHISO D.L. Gaulden for Col.Aaron DeGrauw, looked after by Mr. Vining and his *taf Improving the Inn and its surrounding '
-*. -uessrs. Peters and Pratt-who are -Mr. l eo. r'. Miles, pnmiuvui' East.u of Jamaica, N. Y., the mortgagee, who of assistant. This hotel baa every convenience In the ',)
eekly' readers of the ADVOcATE-own general; manager of the Florida "There Are Other ," In and .ha been one of the AI.VOCATII'a_ Everybody deserve pralmt for the shape of baths, electric bell, etc. It al- ,i .
Co. of St. -- ---- ---- -- --
IDe fine race horses. Coast and Transportation & Co. Titusville have valued subscribers for many yearn. The heroic effort made to sure life-especial- so sets one of the beat table*-for the 'r.
IT Augustine, will shortly make an inspec- But Chaffee ,line. following day (Tuesday) Mr. Bobbins ly myself, who took charge of the rector size of the hotel-la tho south. The \
the WILL large PAy You to can and inspect< tion of the work done by Ormond his company-and care- the lead in the holiday offered, at public auction at Sarno, the atlve; but a shadow I III cant over the dining-room ha a capacity for eating '+\

the assortment of overcoats that probably starting from hotel fixture and furniture, etc., which whole community for the Ion of the ISO:; guest ,,
Eagle Cloth lag Store Is now dis- fully examining: the canals as he comes Clocks! Clock! were aecured: by Col. Gaulden for the estimable young man, H. V." Water- '.
the playing. They are all new goods of south. Mr. Mile expects to have a few mortgagee for another 2,800, the wholeof house, whom everybody loved. ','

and best material and latest fashion, friends accompany him on the trip, and of A nice assortment; suitable for Christmas the property thus only realizing the The vessel In lying as If In a cradle, For Sale, >

Price their worth b*' far exceeds the as some of them are ardent disciples or wedding presents, at embedded In the and, bow on to the sea I have for sale 3,000 acre of land at '''
being asked for them. Sir Isaac Walton, we should advise themto J. B. ScnJvJ: :I's< DRUG STORE, The hull seems to be Intact. The beach Aroiulla-sixty-two acre In orange tree; /., '

bring their fishing tackle along, and Titusville, Fla. How Delicious, U strewn with wreckage and part of the 1.IXMI large, bearing tree, and 4,000 ?,

SAD IRON haul In some of the fish that is so plentifulla Those Gunther' candle, at Chaffee cargo-railroad tie*. small one*. Also a lx-room house ,h
for lb centa-worthduuble the Indian and Banana rivers-to say A Co.' We and know Ormond. "NuH Nun: ., .d .
the be caught In Bone "Wanted. :; *. mean- you J: W. S. THOMAS, Miami. FI I.
ey-atMw.: Reynolds. of the tarpon to ,
nothing boy, that the I girl dearly love It.

Canaveral bay. __ Save your bone and send them to the
Goods.Children' Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville JUST RECEIVED-a nice line of table. Stock of Merchandise For Sale at (
Chrlfftmaa Will cub for them. Ilanana For Sale.Ready bureau., chair and buggla*-*ultabl
FREE'e Fla. pay Stuart Fla.
;; for children' Xmas prevent. ,
\' Dec. 7th, we books, poetical works, toy for shipment, choice banana (88. H. W. RUTWOLD:
; to to at .
Wishing move own place
)"" CASH .. of kinds also an my
., various ; Sale or Exchange
DOLleach of For
n and bunches at 73ct 100 of
ticket which will game etc. at Urge per finger, Sebastian, I will Mil my Stock G od.Ioheap"
album
rotltle assortment of -
the hOlder to a chance oa the elegant of sound male for a team f. o. b. Addreaa: I Girl In the World for for cab, to anyone desiring.
There' .
STOBK. team ,
-4e doi In our show window. J, B. SCBKVBJT'S: DBUO One 17-3: 7BAJTK: JToBSTKB, Orchid, 1'116. a I good location for builoe I

.-..!.he drawing will take place OD ChrUtCnArr I of bone Address KBCiuxurxB: IHJT, \J. All," "' I The potoffice goes with it.. ,

1D0ming ,. CHILDREN'S TRICYCLES and rocking at A. B. Morgan, Mg'r.Rossl..d,1l1a A NICE DOLL'S CRAbLE for 20 cent Bat they all Ilka nU, and B. Xncaixo. P. )I., w ?

FRED. S.' A do., chain bureau, desk, tables, eta, at Mr*. Reynolds. ,_ Cbaffe Co. have tba Roods. Stnart, Via. '

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'" : i{ i \ worth having costs something. W. 1OO Reward OO. "They say piano 'oounds best when' Florida East Coast RailvaFOItJIIEULY -

"I'think I It
; have an Initiation fee to pay and a small It stands near a wall.

: Merit tax every three months, so small} how The reader of this paper'will be pleased sounds best out In a ten-acre lot."-" THE

ever, that the poorest boy or girl can to learo'that there is at least one dreaded Chicago Kecord.
disease that science has been able to .A and Indian
JacKsonvUle, St. eus.t1ne RIver
I afford to it. It is Indeed small com Railway
pay cure Inall Its stages and l that, Is Catarrli.hall's cold has
Merit talks" the bow a
It Is often 'tnyntery Time Table an" Effect June 15th, 1800.
with the that has been "
pared good; Catarrh Cure is the only positive however
Intrinsic value of Talks I been "caught.. The fact Is, ,
flood'eSarsaparlfla.Merit : accomplished. It may cost us heaven, cme kaown to the medical fraternity that when the Mood is poor and tie =-

in medicine means the power to or the precious ul of a brother or sis Catarih'being a constitutional: disease, system depressed, one becomes peculiarly South Bound. North Bound.

I ter If hesitate do all that require -a constitutional treatment. liable to disease. When the appetite :1"0." :- o :1"0." No. No. ----..
Hood's we .to -wo can
cure. Sarsaparllla possesses actual If all' Catarrh Cure is taken STATIONS. 24Xi 35 8'1'ATJO"
8 internally or the strength fails, Ayer'u Sarsapat 3!. 3T5 75. XO.32
and unequalled curative power and therefore "In saving others we save ourselves," acting directly upon the blood and 'Ilia should be taken without delay.In ..: ia/ 1UIII t p..i.v iuianit . .. .. .a ojjj' TAr IIRLv.JackMo..vJ11e. -i, '
', It has true merit. When you buy and If you have DO* saloon we need you mucous. surfaces the .system, thereby $t. AIIICII.tlllo 11130..a 11231' .. ..I.vl.emon'lty.... IIIOam '13'.v
:, Hood's Sarsaparllla take It according ,the fort destroying i ; the foundation\ of the disease Hi AtllClI.llne. IU all a ....-..... Lv }'t l.auderllale.... ..... II 61 a III 1:'f
NI in a grand union effort, holding India there Is \*peclcs of butterfly LvK:: I'alaLka.. .11..11I: a Lv UnIon 662alll. O i>t'LvWI'almUeach

f? .I: to directions, to purify your blood, or at tho different points that are .always and giving up the the constitution patient auuugth and by assisting buildIng .- In which the male l_ the left wing yellow _,-'-rl.a'at.ka..lIl1O-.... .... lOi5a-() a .-.... ... .' .-.. .. .... .-. .. .. l.vW.Juplter.... 8UII 1:111110111: P III 11111'LvPalatka. '
? fj. fi'L i cure any of the many blood disease, ____ Lv IHIII'AI'San ( I'
yon Jen.en
S iF In danger of an attack from the , pro-i Mateo :::: TWjj'.. .::::::::: : 'g. I''
., r' ; are morally certain to receive benefit. 'ietors have much faith In its curative the female are vice versa. .. ..... ... .. ..004 in
1 You can help the next town, your -county pi so Lv !San: Mateo 101141 a .Lvl>'ort Pierce.... a mp JILVeJrmond
\ :. The power to cure S is there. You are not) powers, that they offer .One Hundred' clouds iu .- 1.1/11I: / -.-... .- Lv tleba.tlan.. .... a a u.. .. ', 3.JtJ JILY
I II trying an experiment. It will make your your state. :The work Is national and Dollars for.any' cane that It-fails to cure. Sorrows ate like thunder ; U"yto"' ::: :::: 1111 I' : : : : : : : :.:::::....:::: I.v 1I."elan.l 44 am. I
I"t International. 'In union there Isatiengti, .." the distance they I look. black, over our tvott Oranget. 1 III .... .... ......tV. }ell,' ... j am. .
'l.4;j ; I Mood pure, rich and nourishing,and thuahtf' Send: for hot of testimonial! *. I heads hardly gnay. Lv New. Sinvrna.. .. I ItO ... ....... ...... }!lltl ;tlrle.. ... aj a in .. ,
I :" 1 drive out the germs of disease,strengthen and you can keep out those murder mill Address! ,JT. J. Cheney & Ca, Toledo,Q.. .LYTltll.vllltt...... \ ... ...... ..... Ruckiedge! htls.. .. SLveocoa
'I' .1 and human parasites that defy the lawsof :..rv-Sold; by Druggists, 75c. ...... ..... 831 p... ... ...... . .... Lvma;, ...... .... I) 01 . "
build .
;.i J. the nerves and up the whole system.Hood's: -FAITHFUL MEN Ott IJVJCookledjt'.lItle ... .. .......... LV Tittiaville.. .... :. /to I' m .. .
God and man. You can say the law WANTED to y-awel for responsible l.vEnn liallle..... .O:! .' ..1.,. ....... .. . .. '.sw :"yrn ... 200 P III ..,
1 ; Lv 13 ....... ... ..... Port Orange... 2221' .
: ;; shall be enforced. Then, dear reader, Mrs. Old'imer-"Does husbnnd established house In FIoiUU. Salary I.v P P .. . .. ..... . LV ,ny t ona. .. ..... 233" 10 .
fty help na In this glorious work of rallying year 47M and expenses. Pohltion Iel'ml\n., I.v bT P ...... 10 S :... ...I.Y rninii..M.. :I >11I' na. .... I
still tliinkyouare too good for him'' cnt. Kefeience. Enclose) self-addrensec Lv Molbonrno..4.- (((5 I' .........4 i'' a .. \'" Lv } ust1alatka._.! .2311 III.. .
soldiers under live! battle flag of Gooi Mrs. Newly wed-"Yes he Muplalos a envelope. The National, Star I' ........ a ....... rHIUI ,,Iateo ... i !i'i m .... ",- SLv
stamped 37 p ........ 07 a .........Lv811nJllareo ... 31101'' 01.. .... .
Templary.A good deal on.Sundayar'-Puck.! Insurance Bldg., Chicago. t v 30 p ........ .. ... ...... Ar"Piilatka .Tj -
Sarsaparilla )t .... .... 1130 .. .....LVl'alntka':::.':::: .,.
I LiYLtllton ... 84. I' .........11 118... ".. ___ .110 I' m :: ..
felt want is that gnawing at the "- -- -- I l4V Ft Laiidprble., 9J6p: ......... tl/1a/ ... ....ArHt.AnlClIstine. lilliI'm... -
( ,. ;Li, Is the best In fact-the One True Blood Purifier. stomach after havo eaten a full meal, by JA'mon City. 111 211 I' ..... ..... 3 (1111. ... .... Lv Rt. AnplI"tlno.; It lit I' m. IAr 0fI
; ; 4t : I'repared only by O. Hood &Co.,Lowell,Mass you and there I Is NOW IS TIME Mianul .. .. .... 111 all p ...... 3211 a ... ArJack""vllle. 8811 I' 01 8111a 1
and can't eat any more, yet THE ** *
i Pills Do not pllrKe. palo or that fooling; as though you had eaten Trains 31, 32. 31, anti 78 between Jaclt.onvtlw A. & W'. RASCI; !. -
Hood's gripe. A II dru/Jral 260. nothing. What I Is wanted then Is adorn .
fl / an.18t. Augustine, .Ially. _ NORTH ItOUNI;
ML t. -. --.---- - - of Simmons Liver Regulator/ the o ; Ix
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cure, for that Is what that I ,lallyxcept' 1\lon.lllY. 0
,r % G TKMl'KUANCH;: IMU'AItTMINT. gnawing means. -"felmmoDH Liver Keg Ar New Smyrna. 1231-5---1' 6: '
All other trains south of 1St. Augustine dally
) In for 00 lays.. '
u la tor is all that is recommended for The Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions freight Lako Helen 12 :IIII' 4 JOI'I'"
Take this orders with Geo. II. Wright, exce..t Blln.la3' 4 IIrnnlCe City 12MI' :3:
r London advantage ge&ertMtlty placing your ..
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A. :
1 i; Indigestion. Dyche, O. City Jnn" I 3r.1' 3: '
Orlando Fla. where
Ky. you can get "
SOUTH BOUND.STATIONS. .
Tltusvillc!> Good Templar r. llge. First-class Stock True to Name Xo NO.l'!
An Kxplniiutloii.TITUSVILLK Strictly 3 xc,. l Ix:..
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I.v New TISj Wo
Smyrna ::
Mrs..Wrn. Woodwaid, C. T. : Mr. C'hasiaidner and at Low: Prices. .. Lake Helen 211111'10' tss .
Dec. 8 1800. Lv Or..uo. : 'Ity 301p I 11'In\!
I ( 1400. ,
I r Jnr- Write for prices or :t.i; ; Meets every Tuesday night: at the
Editor Advoratf Orlando Fla.
!: GEO. II. WlilOIIT ,
1 1'Jt1'L' Piosbyteiian church. Public meeting TI ese Time Talllo "hOWA the times at which trains may be expected to nrrlve nn.1. clrpart
fIrst TuoHday In the month. Dear Sir-Pleaae allow me 'a small' the em el' II mtatins hut their arrival or tI"l'artllre at the tIniea ..tated Ie not gIInrantp.., nor.1 II.
? Edited by Kiev. II. M. GO0DELL.I space in your valuable paper. To all the Co nuny hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequencea analog. tlioretoi-iu.
: F. O. WILLIAMS AI/'t.. J. D. RAHNER.
!i whom It may concern, I wish to say .to'' TltltlVllle. A..t. Oen'l Passenger Agp., .

qc Some qucHtlons i in regard to Goo< the public at large, I saw printed In a'' Chickamauga Stable Co.

l ; Tomplary answered. paper that Is published in the town of "

t t1 What is the platform piinclplo of Cocoa, Fla., saying that the reason for

? t t4 Good Templary ? closing and locking the doors of the A. Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line

i Total abstinence for the Individual; M. E. church was because some of the 'Phone 31 1 9. Tennessee.

i prohibition for the state. members participated in a McKinley Lula Lake and Lola Fails, Lookout Point, Point Park, Sunset Rock, Natural

1, How do wo expect to bilng this about dance, and did not want to be called to Bridge Telephone nock, Rock City and Village. Orders left at Lookout Inn will Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

I t4i My education. Result, oiganlzatlon/ account by the pastor of said church, receive prompt attention. E. D. REES, Manager. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

; Week by week we bring Into our Good and for said reason closed and locker ,

Templar home, the lodge room, thous- the doors of the (colored) church. I SOUTH Time Table in Effect Nov. 13. '00. _-_NORTH_ .-
ands of men and womon, boyn. and girls. I wish to rectify the mistake of that editor. No---j"No.O-No.; 21. JSo.23 NO. ::12. Nn. 7M. Xu.
::::= Local iii4ji .800a I.v.. ... ...JACKSONVILLE.. ......Ar TWiii, 'li6ii"ji ;;;"
j I pledged to total abxtlnonce and to do nl The doors of the )laid church were BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .....: 1\lIxell 03TI'p K2''a. ... .. .. .Orltlljte l'ark. .. .. .... l62alll 0211'11\I 1J
in their to "advance the caiiHo of'' .. Mo W'y 1/41 p 834a ...... . ... .Pl"orla. .. ..... .. .. .B 6 3Y a 01 6011'11I' TueiiandlrI '
M41 power closed on account of the very unbecomIng ........ ... .... ,... ....1IIaltnolla.... ..... ... .. ... .. '"
1 Temperance," educating the young to conduct of the pastor In charge of . . .... lOlIp 857a .. ....Green ('o\le I'Iprl' ngs. .... ... 8 06 a 01 6atpinJ.ITIII':: 8"
........ . . .... .... .... . .. .. ....JIoitwlck..S
;t .1 make no compromise with the drink the A. M. E. church, and that Is why ........ 10 VIe 112/1p/ 04lla.. .... .. ... ..I'alatka.... ... .... ... //llIOam. 441Spml an
. .... II lOa 11112p 10tlla.! .. .. ......Rllt.uma. .... .... .. ... .26am 412111n 24s 1
: curse. the doors of said church was closed and East 'Coast Brick Co. .. ... .. 1I411a 1201p 10 Ilia .. ....... .....J'omona... .. .. ... .. .. .. 10 a m 8AA ,, in. 2 fl 1
t Have you any other mission locked against pastor In chaige. Thank- .... . 1.1: IIII' 122'Ja. Itl 32a. ...... .Cre.centCityJunotlon. .. .... am 841 phi I.\
r r . ... 12 /tOp 1.1: 40 a 104Ta.. .... ...... ..8e\lllle.... .... .... ... 311 a in 32'JplII I 2i!'j
4 Yes, we do not only educate, but we Ing you kindly for space, ..... ... ::1311 I' 113110 It :.Ifla... .... ...DeI.oon Springs.. ..... .....4 57 a in 24111'11I 1123.
protect the and Innocent, and save ........ 3211 P 1211 a. 11 2. a.. ............. Ulonwood .......... ..... .Ua m 23t P III lO41)Op
pure Respectfully, Jacksonville Florida. .... ) ) 145a It 3Ta .. ........Jeresford.. ..... ... ... aOa UI 2l3pni lOp
the fallen and degraded. LEWIS EUF ALL.A.. ...... 4.1f/p.: ......ltMaArl) AI' .... 21111.11I
1 ..... DeLand ...... ....
........ II 211 P ........ 11 lISaLv/ .r {% Lv. ... .2 481' 11U \
j How do you accomplish this ? Are MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor ........ .... .. .......... 17.. .... ..Enterprl"e . ...... ......... 111 a
I3y requiring a. life-long pledge to YOU SIIOULI. ) ItUAtt TIllS. .. .. ... ..... ... ..... 4 1111' Ar .........Tl'fl.8VILLE. ......... Lv. t810alll
i reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices." .. ... .... .... ........ ..... ... ...... !.
I total abstinence; by giving all who entor ........ .. .... ....:... .... .. ..... aola..I.
J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager, .. ... .. .. .... ... ..... 3111' ..... ......Mt. /
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our circle a brother's and a sister'swelcome The expense of publishing an all-home- i- Jacksonville Fla. . ... .. .... .... . 3 25..Ar....... .....Ta\lares..J.v .. ... .630all1120 \ ..
A: and making our lodge. room a print local paper is far greater than the ........ P 3JO: ai2l5pAr........ .. ..Rnnlord..... .... ....Lv 150am liOani 9lO.Altamonte ..
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L home. casual observer conceives, and the cttl ..... . . ... .... ...... ........Wlnterlark.. .............
I of town would miss [ SAW AND PLAN INOMILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAKD, ....... .. .. 600 a 13/1p/ ............. .Orlanllo.. .. .. ...... .. 12131'01. 11 ISIS a nil
I L 4 Ii 1 Do you save many ? zone a certainly one .. .... .:... .... .. ...... .KIuimnee, ........ .. SAr.
Yes, thousands. of mcn and women\ are If they hadn't it. It Is astonishing how i, Pitlatka Fla. :IE. Bay St., Foot of Catherine ..... .... .... .... ......... .liartow Jo. .. .... ..
S ........ ... .5 5. nIl, a) 3201' ...... .......Lakeland ...... ... .. 0401'01" 93Oni1l23o
living to-day who can nay "I thank God much good there Is to be derived from WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY ..... .... .... a 3/1111'/ ... ..... ...... !lnrtow.... ... ..... .. .t4:1Opm: 745amII
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4111) Ar..Punta 5 50 a in
t In the minds of those
;, for Good Templ.iry. It saved me. They free advertising, .... ..\ S S .1000110 4 35p Ar... ... ..... : 800 a UI .
hud sunk low through the appetite for who ask it; but how little good there Is .. . . .... ..... .Tampa S
S Manufacturer\ of ... .... ...., 11311 a 5 liSp/ Ar. ..... ... Gordo..Lv..f.. T2OsmI...
S ( drink. To-day they are clean, honor In It, when asked to contribute to the ...... 1I'onand Thurs 9 :It,'i' I.v. .... .. ....ort : / ,. nn.1. Sun
able citizens. Tho best of who is ) .... .... TueN.t: FrIday. 3 IN'p Ar.... .. .....Key allli Sat.Wel .
a
4( J God-feating re support paper everlast.lnglyw01'klng ; *{ Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. # .. .. . .I and Slit. 6IHlaAr..Havana. . .. .. Lv 1230 p niWel., nuul Sat.
I l,. suits, however, are found In the fact that In the interests of your town ,

'J 5 thousands of young men and women join and section.A Daily t Daily except Sunday.

S. r the lodge before they become addicted certain business man of this city A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring: ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
Train 23, leaving Jacksonvllln dully at 8:00: a in., arrives at Hawthorne at 11 :(18( flalninuII '
t 'S i to the habit of think, and they dovote a said, "As soon as my place Is fitted up] lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring. prompt shipments. Cypress ::57/ Ocala 12;50/ n. r-oeaburn, /5:41, llroi.ksvlllo 7.20 p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8:'ima,
: mouldings of all patterns a specialty. arrives at Oakland 4:IJ: a. m, Laonnrliee 6 :40 p. m, Tarpon Spring 0.20: p. in., Clearwatur 10:1:I;
send off and let
S tSt) ; coiiHucrutud manhood and womanhood give me a big the people m., St. reteralmrg/ ;19 p. m, daily except Sunday.W. .
( ; tt ( .. to saving others. know what I am doing." When asked When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. B. CUFF I". O. P. ACKFULY,

i 1,4 How do you make your lodge room Interesting to take advertising space to tho amountof _____ .__-'-,'-_ h_ .__ ___ ___ __________ __'_ General Superintendent.. General 1'anaenger Apt

w '4L.j ( ? $2.AO per month, he at once replied, -- .--- --

Uy music, debate, literary work, splendid "What good would it do me; everybody

S ;J j PIk: ( dilll, thorough discipline In pnrlla- knows I am in business, and will find me S HARRY MASON & CO. The florida & aiIro

I I : : :j mentary law, and by many social features when they want me." Another said, "1 (Central peninsular R

A ; t i ti I thus bUilding\ up noble characters wish you would let the people know that

Ii i by bringing out the best In each member. my place of business will be opened this I "u' Jobbers In Fine Imported
If. MASON & CO.W Short Line between Floridrf and nil Nortl'crii Points.
'week." When asked for ad. the
iF an same
Hay Street Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
c ; Why organize a lodge when we haveS old reply came, "Oh, no; It will do me ,
'I JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High Everett Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Ba
I' : church organizations pledged to temperance -, no good. tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.

k jN ? A good local paper should bo appreciated -

; I i That being true will not excuse you by merchants and others, and the Grade Whiskies Etc. and Everett Chicago., Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louiiville, Cincinn:!

1 : from becoming a Good Templar. Youi business men of the town should manl Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock: Kansas City, .

S organization Is necessary for the spirit feat their appreciation of It by advei.Us- Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
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nal of church but Live business men-who want River Junction, Permacola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas \ exico, Cahforn
ing. ,
growth our me
you :your
1 WhUklo*-Imported Domestic i Southern Hullo, Hock ami Rye ......i. .....from tlJMpergal and the Pacific
S not organized for the direct object of: IJI\tronage-al'e Immediately recognized Hninilli-K-Dnmentlo, apple, peach, blackberry anti peach and honey.. .... ...from ft BO per, gal Coast. Effective Nov. 27, U "O.
11I1IUolllmd. Old Tom etc... .......... .... ...." .... . ..... ....... .. .from tl./00 per gal leave 1'k'
; tl I antagonizing tho saloons. Thoio are by a glance at their ads. in the columnsof Hum ... . . ... . . ..... .. .. ..... .. .... ..... .. .. .. ......... ..... ... .froinl.aopergal LUCDN villa Ne w York Express No.with 38;rhniniflifENIftSUUH liIIi, .
could be under the local for \\lne -Port, Sherry, Catawba, Muscatel, Claret etc., from. .... ... ... ... .. ...91 no tier gal AThAaA 5 A. It. 8:2O a. m., dully Wl11I'I'! ''
4 *l those who ought/ yourS paper. They are asking ('Iall.ll-'Ine.t Brands. ........... .......... ... .... .. ..... ...... ..... ..f rum *i.M per cane 4' (1 a- k Sleepers for Savannah Columbia York and '
pel'sonallnt1uenco In the lodge-room who your pationage, and you should give it liottleil Iteer. ... ............." .. ...... ". .. ... ............ .... ...from tlJOpertlin.BIT" : .t, Baltimore EiiHtern ,point Philadelphia.Connects New for Fernanlit"a. '-
them. : All other Fine Brands equally Low Prices. 0 .. Arrive Jacksonville 9:1J: m.
$ do not attend your church. Wo mustS to vIS ., ,, I E. I p.
11. not forget that three-fourths of the No one ever disputes the fact that a Jugs and demijohns will be packed boxes, when so requested, without extra : ,,AGQM ,, ?. New York: Fast Mall No. 3(1 '1,01 '
cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will C 1 Jacksonville (1:411: p. in. ,flail for "wine nor
.hi members of tho church, the League And live local paper Is a great benetlt to any not take liquor C. O. D. Send: money with order to save delay and trouble. SAVANNAt ern point and for FernanuJn.rr va JoI i '

4 Union of the Y. P. 8. C. E. are women, community, and the town which docs Send for Price List, or call upon MASON &; CO., .4 0 "b+ j onvllla D:OO a. m.
S 4 :301) 307 300 311 W. Bay St. (Mason Block) IACKSO FLA. a. i.t Asbevllle Route. Through Pullman BIWJ. :
( and three-fifths of the members of the not support one will invariably be VILLE, 4 ? 7j Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah

S ;ji. Good Templar Lodge aro men. This is found to be an excellent one to emigrate --------'. -- ..0 .. __ ;; J; tr; ; his the. .,Asheville Celebrated, Hot Mountain Springs, Knoxville Country 0, ftb>'"'-

3 S fact worthy of your careful considera from. Carolina. Arrive Cinrlanatl Tlia-111' II
S Labor Saving 1 Economical I Incombustible I p. I
turning arrives Jacksonville 9:00: a m
i 1 fg tion. The local paper Is always the champion ,r,0.N. ,, -.5 0

S I Do you believe that a Good- Templar of the town's Interests, and people ,- CKSUNVILLEv I'.1 "]
d. aLA._.. Only Line Through the D..J
''S $ lodge, may bo matlo n stepping stone Into abroad generally form their judgmentof "PAINTOFF. &. '. .gt.. Country, of Middle Florid 1'eniw 0.0*"''!*, I
.1lImblll: Leave Jackson* e a.1,
Ig1 the church ? a town's Intelligence, antI the pro- 5' a UL P .s4 for Lake City Bay.Live Oak Madison .ontl, ."'

I do. You must got: men to be sober grosslvcncss of Its people by the character 0 CEDAR Mlvi *' C S Tallahassee.Orleans. River and the Junction southwest FensaoNew Mfornia (,lelIen.1'.. ;8Io''t',
a ;
,u before they will become Chrlstlitns. of Its local paper and the patronageIt (Patented in America and Europe.) XtZo"V.. 0' a and the 1-nclHo Cua t. Carrie 81''pt
ArrlvoaJacksonv5llellOa.w.
r You must: be the good Samaritan to the receives from business men. "S

r I man who falls among the thieves lie- If an act of cliailt} Is to be performed Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces "sP5.'racrf'M Leaves Jacksonville;;15 a. m.( for!S''"** *"]
Oralu, a'n'vlU1Ili,1
; 4 S jl fore he can be brought to have faith In the local paper is called upon to ___ Key thorne.1.lIver Wlldwood.. Bprlng.Leesburu!;, Tavares: ";?,

S your Christ you must be Christ-like. draw the public attention to It, and it O 7'd : Orlando, Lacoochee Dade City, W11'\
Tampa. Arrive JacksonvIlle:jnp.m-
r) Are you a secret organization ? contributes more to the success of local Chemically, Instead of Burning Off. 'p of 01e i ., '5 a.,4 I"

Yes, just aa homo should be, and no charities or benefits than Is derived! from CENTRAl. Cincinnati and Florid Limited, Train T.esVi 'II'',
ionvillea 45 m. Solid Ventibule
'i.u ; n. Mat'
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I i more. Our alms, objects and principles any other one source. PAIVTOKK" In a regiment trade name of a new diacovery In chemistry anil I la protected anm 5.I 0. a little over 24 boon to Cincinnati, via
by letter patent of the Untied State. Canada. Great Britain an.l other i'rnuntrte *It i Is the remilt R.R. o Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connects for jw" ,,
4' me well known We have a pass-word, There are a great many people who of patient reearch and exierlnienc| with the purpoiie In view. of Sailing a cheap simple and activeselvens sad Connectloni. Louisville, Chicago and all points nortnwest.
,grip and signs of salutation. The pui fully appreciate the advantages of a of old paint .and varnish that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off YUT ..e (

i ; t vate character of our meeting Is such asS newspaper notice, when they get it grat- the *ame '7141? 05 Kansas City Line. No. 36. '"OljS.'cii
Gilmore & Son and 1anta. Memphis. lv>II'r
; Painters Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have: as Birmingham. %..ig
5g II S to help the man who Is trying to reform ; 101. There are others who know from given; PalntotT a trial, and can. say that In 43 years experience as a painter It Is the _-_-n_. a_._-_..._. .._,._---4--_ .: _ Through hour to; Kansaa Pullman. City.Sleeper The without route U cb0fl viabeirna8.mnd".U""e'"Ckio"Tlllfor ) "''

i1i to give strength. Christ met with his experience that money spent for advertising best paint remover tn the market." Atlanta. Birmingham lIolly Springs,for Memp'. CIty. No. 33.rny. retD
and
S ... Sprlngtlel Kanasa
,I. r disciples alone. We meet alone to make always brings good returns! and C. E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience Jackannyill. 00 s m. w>'l I ('II
these the who .teamer,
are ones are successful' in' Brunswick Route
by the Cumberland
I as a practical painter for 25: take great pleasure in indorsing
years
plans to save ,, those for whom Christ business. St. Herald. .
Augustine Palntoff and recommend the In .:CIO m.-Local for E..e..tt. qtileki'i 1"s.ao '
S cheerfully to public general. ,: (lose connection, for Braiuwlck.: Shortest and
died. The result of our work Ii wives, M.-l.ocal for Talla i15uso .
,' W. Lao delJ. of:Hall, Hilditch .%: Co. General] House Painters, Jacksonville W and intermediate point Arrive Jackwnvllle : ,;,...
,
Tampa
an'llatermedlate
I mothers sisters and children P.bMj-For. point. .mmnan. Arrive Jackn !
made
t hap- Mr. It. Wettnteln of Marengo, 111., Fla., write: "Having given Palntoff a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a -.'urool for Cincinnati via. AllheyU.. leaves JacboDYWe ileepera.al ..tII Pm" a;. .t-t
14 r :pIer, and men climbing upward wltU thej'1 found that Ayer'a Pills, taken when the perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." For J.:.:",.art'Iy.Atlan.' Cipoinnati 7.j5 a .
mile of God upon their faces. first symptom. of la grippe appear, pre- lI''er M MnaIee' front' two Tampa Trains for flail7. Leave J'aclllIOlInUe: .-20 a. m.and.6"45' PKlvw DI.I'a.UmaIt
for Circular and Testimonial to raJ"'DtowJa
goSend aDd JIaDatee poIDt.I.ar
vent fu her of tiled JY.epen
Will It cost anything? progress aeaae, and on al llgiTnln,.
S he ha yet to find the fret case where Rued -11.tadue4 '
I ; -. Tea, It, will cosfmoner, time, perhaps heee pills did not cure the mal! cIt. South-Eastern States Palntoff.Company, N. S. PENNINGTON 'hwuIaIp lap of J1orI4t MAcDONILt, .

S jttcrQ) *", Everything In the world Zvcq: dose wa effective. St. Augustine, Fla. Traffic aliger. A.0.. S General PaMenj*'J'

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INDIAN' RIVER ADVO aTE, DECEMBER: 11, 1896.PINEAPPLK.CU 3 I,

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professional Cards.ATTOBNETSATLAW PERSONALITIES. 1 1I

a LTUUK.JK.VSKN .
The king and The Largest- and| Most Com-
=--- WALTBa S.O..S..III.OIJBL queen of Slam bar :t

.Rol M' ROBBINL S &. GRAHAM, tent educated.their two> sons to England to be Editor Ath'iiciitf: KtA., Dec', 'Oil. Successfulgrowers ploto< Establishment South.


Daniel Campbell'anrl his wife of Wai- The freeze two GEflL S. HACKER & SON
yenra-.slnce has : :
tom county, Fla.,. are said to be settled/ .
HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Lively I 117 and 113,:years old. respeo- the question that no portion of Florida of fruits, berries, j

rlcl and 2 to 4 p. m.TrrUSVILLE can claim: absolute protection and all kinds of
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, it in against: vegetables,
Brevard Co., Florida. said, makes a larger income than any cold indwoor; but, as such things only occur once know that the largest yields and i THEPLANT

108.1lpncttoein.Rtheoonrt8etate and fed other woman writer in the world.W. three generations, it may be best

H. Mallock is to edit a new Lon. considered more ns nu, unexpected Inci- quality are produced by i iT ia ,

i 111..' facilities. for examining and perfected don weekly modeled after The Spectator dent than a natural occurrence. Still, the liberal use of fertilizers j ii

title but to be sold:for half its price. protection against raid Is a primary :containing: at least 10% of jt jI t

Rev. J. O. Plumb has recently become aonsideration in the selection of pine- i SYSTEM. i

CARY-ELIVES, pastor oC the Congregational! apple land. There Pa.i an erroneous idea :Actual Potash.

'. NOTARY PUBLIC, church in Joplin Ma, for the third. that a few miles fat latitude makes no. ; tl

time since I its organization. material: difference,.but- when
you begin. Without the liberal of Pot- t
AT LARGE.
STATE The fine to reach use
boyhorn to Mr. and Mm. what Is nominally called the- i,

; taxes paid for non- Prescott during the ringing of the curfew frost line, every mile makes a material ash on sandy soils, it: is impos-

vpovrrltlnff tont*, rents and accounts collected in Topeka the other night has been difference, which is, easily detected.. sible to prow fruits, berries and Notice to Travelers. Jlfamt/acfurers of'Doors \

"I etc. Correspondence solicited. named Charles Curfew Prescott, Losses experiments_have settled that vegetables of a.quality that will :I

Titu8vllle, . Florida. Borchgrevinfc. the antarotio explorer: ,. question. Tropical: fruits are better command the best If Sash, Blinds,
has. just married a young woman far north as a& prices. yon ntenllpolate a trip to any point :, (. ,

England and kas put aside for a time they oan be successfully All about Put..h-Ihumnh.nrI.ne1y actualMrioient s. North:, Buitt,. West or to any Florida
KENNARD grown, and even when treated hot on the beet; Inrmi. lit :the Unilou Slmam to j I Moulding and Betiding Material.!
A as
flLLEK his plans for the south, .
reaching pole., house told in a Hula b.'" wtm It w. tiublUll and will Kindly point.foi reliable Information, through
plants the fruit I is naturally bettor, ail'Ire. to any Lamar in America who w II write fur U* 'Office and W..rooma
Queen Elizabeth of fond- King, Opposite
ARCHITECTS.East Ronmanta flavored; but to produce GERMAN: KALI WOK KS. rate aDd I moat convenient' schedules I
ly known. Carmen Sylra has written : pineapples far 93 Nauau Si. N.w York
Coast busl..,BS will have prompt an operatio libitto>fa French on a>Turkish : profit avoid much risk of cold,,as weather wrltato the undersigned, who will Cannon Street, :

tentlon. plot. Jules Massenet will unite the protection for pineapples Is too expense answer alll letters promptly, and give
ALICE NEAR. KttKEST TAYLOR. Charleston S. C.
mnsio for
it.
TAMPA, FLORIDA. ive.The yo. Princes Pedro and Luis of Btrarbon- experience of the pineapple Industry NEAR & TAYLOR ', '
: Rout. offered via. the Plant
Braganza, SOIlS of the Comte d'Eu and in Florida has, beyond doubt, Sash Weights Cord aDd
1 TIXOB' S. JONES, grandsons of the Jate Emperor Pedro II developed the fact that Jensen la. the (StiuceRBora to John MeAlllater.) System. the equipment and excellent ,

of Brazil, recently ascended Mont Blanc centre or belt proper for pineapples.. As Artesian M Contractors service' are unsurpassed by any lln.. Hardware. i
from Chamonnix.
ATTOKNEVATLAW.iVILLE to what
may occur hereafter to suptrceileJensen Through Sleepers are operated on NI

BREVARD CO., FLA yacht The Britannia prizes won during by the Prince the past of Wataw'season but we In have that It lino here still In plueappleu romatnuon paper them; EAt; CALLIE, FLA. trnlnoff. this System insuring Luxiusy, Window and Fancy GlassA J

County Judge of Brevard County. amount to $8,000. Some of the crew of selves. The flavor of the Oomfott and! every oonvenlenro. SPECIALTY.; \
pineapple Is
the Britannia have Snonlfr'Mi
returned to their Sale. Address
homes at Vivenhoe. exceedingly sensitive to the treatmentit

l ,t| D. L. DODSON, Baron Alphonse de Rothschild has receives. Landsof fertility will produce UNDER nnilihy' virtue ot an pnooiitlnn Issued J;. I* TODD, Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stones 1

DENTIST. received from Czar Nicholas the grand one, and sometimes two crops without ty, nyittn tllO1"111'.a.ilauraa tak fmirt t'haiiuerv for Krevanl for a inoncvnilRineiit. rnun- .1 Dlv. I'IIHH. Agb,,.

cordon of the Order of the White Eagle the aid of fertilizers! and the fruit ) In a uiulim. wherein the Kol>l>lnn A 4)If C. H. now AUD, City I'asik. Aegt.ROYALTANSY .

in recognition of the service rendered will be comptwivtivoly perfect. Then Iralmm, and Jlmlee J'.tnlsny K, ,Howinan. uMwriMiiateil.In his.i*rapacity nuniilalnant ]' a*- 1 WILLIAM CLARK Agt. :

Office over post office. by the banking house to his majesty. fertilizer must\ be used freely, or you Hherltf ante ox-oftlnta administrator of the etvAttt ,, i t
of LdtulH l'l., tUftfeuHBil 1. I. The petroleum industry of Russia has will soon find yourself out of the busi have levied. upon .amt ",11I..11 at pnlill.i auction. n.UMUEH: STEAM A GAS FITTER:,
RtOVILLE, FfcOKIDA. ,,
In front t tile court louse door at Tltimvllle.
lost its the
just pioneer by death in ness.One luring thalnnnl hum of Halo, upon the drat hoofing and Sheet Iron Work.
Sweden of) Robert Nobel. It was to a acre well cared for is worth five Monday. .Sjii,January A U IW7, to the liluhuHt anil" I
L. GAULDEN chance visit Baku in 1878 that tent blililur for caafc tho followln .,I Ii and I)ruin
to he neglected. A plant that Is allowed to I'tal..tate of Oho aalif{ I. mln Tin, deceased. In i Pumps Piping Pipe, Hath
owed his great discovery of the rich stand after having exhausted its feeding the tmnilnof the said aihiilnlxtrutor to be ailtnlHtOtNHl Tubs, Water Closets and Wash Stands
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW > to.wlt tAn .
deposits of petroleum in the Caucasus I
I Will practice In all the Court of the State Mgr. Nugent the philanthropist and resources not only begins to decline, eaut qmuter divided of on the-ttilr aotitliwaxt l(Florida,anti tbe United States Courts. as man or beast will but
will bn attackedby miarttir uf the southeast quarter) nortn- JIlt'" PIIWtIVItRY. NRV5RrAILR, '.
|P 0.Box:,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. temperance advocate of Liverpool, has insects and west quoitol of Bmithttaxe quarter sad notttkeuHt ,. Anew,.Il.ltl.l and sale ralltiC(.i.nup.rvHiiail No. 35 forayth Street
.
will .
just celebrated his sacerdotal golden ju require time and qiiartec of xmtheaNt. quarter, nectlou W, a a-. kO .Iw., MranlQr or nitlnfiil
Money to Loan. 18 n.n.turatlon Now n..i l bj....,50.14,0ladles.
bilee. The Earl of Derby is heading a money to restore it to former con to..lll".37 ....1.11. range 40 eaat. Alan I an untllvttllMl l"*licorat.lli_ OPI|"". ll.. I Jnolceeonvillo' Florida.
.n -t.hld Interest In the aouthwwlquaxtMi war of ....*r.i>. ImlMUIvn. Maine
movement among the citizens of Liverpool ditions. A pineapple should be kept of the northwest quarter KouthwiHitiitafltec ......... .5 IMF box small t>u. $1. Hun. ,
Mmthweat quarter nnrtnweiit. .. ...,..1 In plain wrai.p. *H iml fo, In I
FREEMAN HALL, to present him with some substantial steadily growing-not too fast, as Is the of southwest quarter ami ;northeast qtuirtwl qiiartet 1' .'.m" fur uartlmilMn' Holil by |I..nldye..I.aor..idn..n Choice .

I mark of their appreciation. result of too much cottonseed meal, of southwest qiinrtvr uf section 10, t wanlil. |> ; N I'KrKKH, Olilc- ..,MKKiACAMMOOIATI 1U. -
;ooutli, ranlll4/.a"t j and I the entire liktvirnt. Wines, Liquors
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW Mr. Dana, in a paragraph in a recent which produces too much sap; nor too In the noutlwaxt qnartur of tho northeast tuat- Sold by J. B. Scruven only. vs, o.
issue of the New York Sun. said that slow, which results in too much fibre tran.1 the northeast quarter of the nethe.st. and Cigars
&. INSURANCE AGENT. ; quarter of tutluit ikl, township J5 I noutba range V
General Philip H. Sheridan was "the both are Injurious to the fruit. Commercial oM east. O 1aranteoell'ure.

I Tltusville bravest man, except one, we ever knew." ; fertilizers are good, but should FREt H. wmnirr ; Sold at rod unodprices _
Florida.
A correspondent of The Sun asked who KltHor, v
WINTERSmiTH'SC .
not be used In crude form
I Representing all the best and strong- was "the notable exception: : ," and Mr. duce fruit with either an acid, as,they unsavory pro. Uec4-aA In plate of the sheriff of lI..nr.1 Co. V Imported ':

Insurance Companies. Is preparedo Dana replied that it was Cneter. no arsenic.H .
or flat Insipid taste to Notice to Creditor. Tukay wlns.from .
write lines to amount where according quantity !
any atay The citizens of Nashville are contributing as success.
n the East Coast.PCAYSE and quality used. But when composted 35 years Italy
to a fund to erect a bronze statue I purely and

\9 feet high of the late Commodore with vegetable muck in quantities TifEeredltorsof the llrnvard estate c..nnty.of Ul.lvon ileveaHeil.will Colijn- L eaves s no vegetable bad effects.L John B. Togni ,

Cornelius Vanderbilt in appreciationof suitable for their requirements, it produces take notice that the ..ihululstreturuisald
BAY, DADE COUSTV.W. his generosity in founding the uni- a steady growth of all the elements narne. estate hint miffKOHUKl the Innolvency of the ast year producedT ]Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East flay St..
W. ;
J EVVAN, versity which bears his name and is the requited for the pineapple to make perfect Vrherafore, sell rreilltora, and all parsons housanda of testimonials. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.SVh"lesal. .
U. S. COMMISSIONER; having vlalni. agaIn, said estate will lie
pride of every resident of Nashville. and desirable fruit. qul'eu to appear before me, on or before re- 0 ne 50 cent bottle and t..t..IL...

Notary Public State at Large. Farming should bo one of the most TUB' riRHT DAY OF JUNK, 1HOT, N ever fails ----

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. FOREIGN STAGE GLINTS. desirable vocations known to human and will lie file linrrml.with me their mild iiluliim, or l'aym".t 1 n breaking the chills.C Education of

f orrcspondence solicited. Address: Industry. People who prefer day laborare Thin 12th day of Nnveinlior, IKim.K. all for Wintersmith's.
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, The claque is henceforth to be sup- I\IINOI'.JONK". BODY
apt to be tlniftless, and never look ARTHUR PETER ft CO.. Leiiliolll. Ky.HAL .
Office, Ewan's Landing. at the Paris Odeon. C. II. Tv Nnu.l.. County ..lndge.Adnihdstrator. ..... .... .. ,
pressed beyond the necessities or wants of today nov2llto:! niy:!O .................-.........T...-..... MIND
Marie Corelli's "Sorrows of Satan"is ;- traders are liable to become deceptive ,
to be produced by an English syndicate and tricky, and depend on inakfnu; a - MORALS.
GEORGE W. ALLEN, living by beating; others out of theirs; .
lawyers: are supposed to make their living
A TTOR EY-A -LAW Adrienne Dairolles has decidnd to remain by beating justice out of its dues; t rELANTFRUITTREES FREE TUITION.... '
in England and has canceled her and politicians are straws floating In the fJ

Key West, Florida.Will American engagements.Jules air, watching for every turn of the wind POM The
his that governs the moving tide of public '
Barbier has read new play HIGHEST Y Florida
practice in the United States "Lucille Desmonlins, to the company sentiments; preachers often have to run % ROFIT AND PLEASURE

nil 1 State Courts. OjunOSI of the Paris Repnbliqne. short on fried spring chicken, while the :% qUAUTYFREIGHT wave vePOMONA I Agricultural
farmer Is removed from those temptations
Sarah Bernhardt recited a poem by and embarassmonts, and lives liter. THE NURSERY College

A LEX: ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, SullyPrndbommebefore the czar and ally in a kingdom of his own; he has a 1 LOWESTRcES% aUCCtlMNY.LOHID. *. Briiiiienc.IK,supported, : All tiillfiin li.v: IPrants Iron from t/ all the.atuiluntw Matlimul'fromKlorl.lu. fnv. :

czarina at Versailles] recently. vocation which furnishes mental and s OIHIII t<> nmluH and, ,,,,,,"10.. Wnm."nImnril
ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, Charles Harris, brother of the late Sir physical employment; and, as Franklin WIt".11t..11, you what to plant and with funillNm In town. Men linnnl ae
said : "If mauled, Is a happy man; If } hint, We have Mann Hall tat *10.,. liar niiMltll. A oustlusltliy
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVABES, FLA. Augustus, has been selected to stage not, only a lucky dog." 1 a full of everything needed laTHE InimtliMi, ,, (li>lli>1(8 surgeon utti.niln all +
,,, .
at Coven Garden. etnde0tsfree of "' rK" Military diaulplmenn.|
I Will grand operas PREPAID GARDEN OR ORCHARD.
continue to practice in the courts MONT. IIAIJDIU d duragrnduateutlvxstl'"ha. Four oonrxon of
'lit the Seventh Judicial Blanche Walsh scored a hit in Austra- Faaohae. Plum. P.... Perelmmone, WI... Inetrurtlon-.Agrlnultnral, Mi.rhanlnul. ', i.utlnNelentlIto
Circuit. All Mulbajfrlae, Orancca and bee ai. out I Iwion. I end Hoimm'n. Huiwrlur .iulini| ntIII
business before the United States and lia as Romeo in A. E. Lancaster's curtain You l/ttlioraUirlua.: I In.tato Circuit Courts will receive the raiser, "Romeo's First Love. have Any Vegetables or O, ; t THE POMONA NURSERY A. II. lliiHliiHim vmiriia jilvliiK free. Inatrnctlon

ln.7Tuattei- > on of Mr. Alex St. Lasalle has signed with Abbey & Poultry :For Sale ? afaeolenny, Florida. : Hluirt In ienmanMlili(mini, |typs, h.H.k.k..I'IIIK.-wrlting| .end liilxlnoiin telegraph law,

Gram to reappear in opera in New York. Fall term o'ens Monday. Ortolwr Bth.IHWI. I
For oataliiKiin KlvInK full Information.
David C. D. Knott of the Florida East ----. --- ._ 1
and Biepbam are -- -- ---
Emma Eames Supt. ----------- -- -- -- --- ---- aililruait,

also engaged.Sir Coast Hotel System, requests that truck O. CI.ITTK:, I'realilmit.
HODGES & GODFREY intends to revive and poultry men along the East Const lAke i City, riurltlu.
Irving
Henry communicate with him during the season I ,
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"The Iron Chest, "The Gamester stating what they have for sale and Southern
Manufacturers of "The Stranger, "Coriolanus" and quoting prices, as ho has established a 4- WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.

"Jnlius Caesar." purchasing department for vegetables,

Mow Pine Lumber Christine Nilsson Is living in Madrid. poultry, eggs, etc. Railway.

Her bedroom walls are papered with \ K M iI i.

Or nge Bo ROUGH, Reads DRESSED, leaves which she of has mnsio sung.A from. the operas in We Send it. Free ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

in o.'". C Mt.< "i""Df. "aaat..
Fruit A Vegetable Crate. new fairy play, "Le Carillon Ma- What PEFFER'S NERVIQOR Old I !
Lumber giquo," words by Ernest Blum and Paul -TO- THBOT7OH PT7LLHAN DRAWING BOOK CARS, DINING OAKS: ,
delivered at It uowarfuTljr I and Curae I
'II any part ot Indian River act quli'kly. when all
tbronfh bill or Ferrier, music by Gaston Serpette is otherS fnll. Yumitf men l nianh, Any fntem"latbUlltUnf
one VXSTIBTJI.ED TRAINS.NOKTH 'lIelll""C
q .
,"term! ( on. the East Coast would, d<)w ell to scheduled for the Paris Varieties. WeakMen THOROUGHABE COACHES, man r.quver7outhfull toCure N.ro:;:;..... Lod V iy Reli 8e.ar.at..d t,*.
.
1"1 r'd: K.price. The S**"""Is situated on the 1.._.....,.. Nl.htlr _'.. .... l...& ...... .
w.Ry., II miles iouth of paiatiui.at "Tita,"" a new drama by Henri Lave- Ith.r..r. ralllaa' Memory. \' ...... JUI..
and the r ...... anii o'l yaks of Ml/ bass or ;<
,ma Rights Putnam dan and Augustin Filon EAST AND WEST.DOUBLE Cn,'""'''fir'''. Ward. offlnaanltr and ,,""""fIIl'tf..n.
co.,Fla. "Idylle Tragiqne," by Paul Bourget, Young and Old. vou Into hnauii t Ink dra t"'.', linpooe a.IIr hlnsuh.tltteon' onto b...

are scheduled for the Paris Gymnase. DAILY SERVICE. Ina fBKVKH'S) Dcpekierrd"pi! '. ...
Pineapple Rejoice With us in the DiscoYery. fan b.. arrlait la. e ......
Orange and Lemon -- -- r:t. a>t s'I"J': :: ;.

Land For Sale, Cheap. NOVELTIES.In When has suffered for ONLY 21 HOURS .JAOKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON.ONLY Wrist....,!,.m. Pamphlet* f"..>> """' ..... Adtlr.Ik.*.
a man years .JAOKaORVILLE TO fEW YORK PErr':. _&.1111).L 11.i''ll (;..1.._ III.
HOURS
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with a weakness that blight Ills life and

Have for sale 80 acres of pineapple pleasing contrast) with the all silver robs him of all that really makes life Build Veertbnle.1' TrainoumpowHl of Latest Improve Pullman 81m.plog Care and Hotel Din :Mold<< by J. D. Hcreven:! only.

'land on St. Lucie river affairs are butter dishes of cut glass worth living If he can avail !himself of a tug Care through without, n....... *o Washington. Baltimore
lox Eden a few miles be- enriched with silver bands. complete cure, why not possess the Philadelphia, New, York and the EMI.:
40 of which being northeast moral courage to stop his downward SoIantHlo Anwrlcaai
Wrter of Very dainty are the glass finger "
northeast quarter of section color and course. '"THE CINCINNATI 3 FLORIDA LIMITED.
18 shades of
in varying
bowl
township 38 We will !send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY -
south of 41 east
'the range ; apparently overlaid with lace. FREE In plain package, the
other 40 Is the Solid VeetlbuledTralnii from Jackatmrllle to Cincinnati via Everett, Atlanta and Chattanooga.
tf northeast quarter Manicure trays are of) silver porcelain All-Powerful Dr. HOKKMAN'S::! VITAL

southeast quarter of section 3, ebony, shell or ivory accordingto RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a ONLY 24 HOURS JAOXSONVILLE TO OINOIVHATI.

lo1\'nshlp 38, south of range 41 east. the Implements to be laid therein. legal guarantee to permanently) cure ONLY 25 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. .
The above Lost Manhood, Self-Abuse, Sexual Weak-
Per! acre. land can be bought for $10 Vases, fern dishes and table centerpieces ness, Varlcooele, stops forever night Direct eonnertUm for CHICAGO CLEVIXAND. JNDIANAPOLlfl. DETROIT. PAUL i>
; It U suitable for pineapple, of ruby glass, with gilt ornamentation EmUstons and all unnatural drains. Returns and all polnte North and w..... TAAa MAiDMIOM .
Qrange lemon or lime attractive features in to former emaciated fATBMT
Will gpowlng. are appearances THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JACKSONVILLE TO KANSAS OITY OOIIY.1G1ITa. MJ
be sold In lou of 40 for Bohemian glassware.A organs.Xo -..
acres aa.t
taay Thla land dinner coffee C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep- Without change.\vla\ Kverett: Atlanta! Blrmi.gham.ndf.mphi& plovtelu.TMo.ad_nt.ea..bsot_..",.
will soon be worth $) novelty in after to
Per! tion. If we could not cure, we woul.1Dot t-iJlJf. .aw.fe
acre. what are termed "flower ONLY 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. i'''''oat 117
spoons are send our medicine Free to try, and ... .
tAeply to C H' seta." The bowl represents flower and satisfied. Write tor >keonvlll to
< Walton ADVOCATE? pay when -day, as ASHEVILLE ROUTEa1.epingCu. dally Ja< Atfftf-
r1Ue'; to Bobbins A. Graham, Titus-: the handle the stem enameled and leaves.in natural These this may not appear again. cin nnnatl. vU hevUle, through the ''inuINu1rMMWif

.tf shades dainty affairs are Address: Western Medicine Company, "LAND OF THE SKY." ''1 r.InYd.'' .1.1t::: :=

\VA.TED FAITHFUL For patrons: in search of realistic jewelry Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich. I ,For detailed Information .. to ra... ....1ae4_.. .aleepln ear reaervatloa. e e., apply tory _: ", "I 5i.IOdr,.mwa1thS.AaN. .tlyss..oJ.arla.adw ,. .
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MEN OR ,-.. w waq ,._
' trTeI for arc brooches that represent tiny .....oC the BOOTH sajr KAHLWAT or He eoaaeetloa5.L.
-tabll I eel bonae | responsible ponies bicycles and the What do you need l In tbe way of lit Wsn JaokwnvNi N,.
I'so B J'lorlda" Salary coaches. polo Florida Pat. Buy MV5O1a
SHIP.d :
and and letter beads bill A.
lees ,
upenaea. rendered more or envelopes note W =
rote; ....f.renee.' Position -eennau- like.: These are enamels and beads, statements, tags, cards, etc 1. J(. O11LP. W. L TUBE .. JL !U.JDW1U. :
Eaeloee colored ,
self. dressed with ...... 0.bln' ..... nlBljn,13
Art.
gorgeous shall be to have a share of 00& r- Aga. ; t=:
We glad your Tr'.Rle Yr.a'
Ia nrance Bldg 1 Cltlcaco--. 'The Na&lonalp Star Jems.-Jewelers' Circular. work. -Wa. .....no 0.- ,...... ....... D.O' ......fIe,. W =-- ,

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+ -+( .,UmIIN BITER ADYOCATE. 4' once more into the populist ranks, A Cleveland, clerk com. Board, 2 00 the Interests of his vegetable farm at Slip Your S.-
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",a. where of right it belongs. The W R Knox, repr'g. probate office! 1, 25 that place. _
\w ,l ty .l, M Hardee, jury on inquest. CO the sick list last
have C.
facts been Harper was on
i following plainly
r' ji "' A WHIKIY: JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO THIS DBY"LOPMBMT W 0 Vel'ner, ? 60( Hides
week but Is Improving.
now
': .j' 't4' Of TUB INDIAN RIVER, LAKwroarii demonstrated last month : First, W Fredrickson, ". .. .. 50 Fruits Vegetables, Skins Etc.
''f J AND mnwAVKB BAY eWOTIONa.1i : that the sentiment of the wealthiest A J Green, 50CO M. S. Sams transacted business in ,
and mostipopulous, portions of W R Hardee, Tltusville on Tuesday. To the Reliable firm of _

.. .I i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. the country is unalterably opposedto F Culpepper, witness" "" 50 The F. E. C. Ry. has posted notice
t It. R Copeland, 60( A. O. GANDY & CO.
I here that on
warehouse saying
the
,tp ''1 }\ I silver ; second, that the party J S Bell, coroner 3 00( on and to and from ,

J r It,,, ,:'. CRAB H. WAL'I'O'II I, Editor & Froprlehx.| that cling to that cause is simply Electric Light Co.. . . . 10 10, all Tltusville crates, by the packages other steamer, there Merchandise Brokers and
J Waller, deputy sheriff . 2 00M
', : courting another and greater defeat will be a wharfage due of 3 cents each.
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l! ,. Goldsmith conviction fees. 15 00
all communication to
'1 ., .y'" Adtlres for it is absurd to suppose Pan pers. . .. . . . . 85 00 Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchai
,,1 it{ T PiSJr) : 'INDU.Ij'RIVER ADVOCATK that the sentiment of the countrywill C H Walton, pub.-li''ense report. 12 8(1( Malabar.Miss .

&" > { ,wfjUl f' TITv VILLA, Yi.osi A.' veer round in, the short periodof E B Wager, road notice . . 5 00 -
\ 1 'l:, '" I II S four years to a directly op. II & W B Drew, stationery! 24 laG Jennie Ilowell of Melbourne, 1 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla.:
:, point. of F Paddlson, lumber for ridge: 24 25 came home on Saturday for a visit to REFERENCES:State Hank. of Florlila+ linker & Holmes, Raymond & Knight, ,
,- I, 'v', ,3; polite Opinions, course, K II Hove road work . . 14 25 her father, returning on Monday: press Company or any hallway Agent ol thin city. SlIutb ",
I male payable to r. !iMUl. w
t I Check etc. mAy w do change, but only when there ia i J ItValker, Inspector of work. 200

.' tl: $: Ail II, WwLTorpub7lalor_ proprietor< .., good and excellent reason for the R. A. C'oukling, ferryman. . 2 08D Mrs. J. F. Chase, of Bay View, wasvlsit.lng =:::::
A Cain, .. 2 f>0W friends here several days last
'I c.. change. There is little room for .t. ,
'T''P'I'' doubt that the of the II Sharpe, road work.. .. 200 00( week. .CMckamaiiga' Stable Company
1 J i', f' 'tS' 'To the ,Indian Klvcr Ar'o...*te.n opinion F B Wright, dep. sheriff.. co court 8 00 L. G. Bvainard was in Valkarla on ,,
American people on such a chimera ,4 a "
t. "
) f-a r \ i 187.:)
\n\f' 1'1'1, I I J 1 -ter. aa was this..year's.chief issue, can "clr. :2200!:! Tuesday. Chattanooga Tenn. 'Phone 3/1/
!: ,...r \ Your mission'' lea happy one- in direction and A A Stewart, clerk 3 M/! Albert Carroll made a business ((1') trip
only change
11 I : f r: 'I Journal of rosy ''hue: one is 1274:! to Grant on Monday, returning hume on TRIPS TO'Lula Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park SIIII
r.l : i I ; Helpful and whofleswrne' the.nu: that direction will lead to an even 1) K Wilson, justice of the co. 14 40 Tuesday's train.NcLain's Rock. Natural Bridge: Telephone Rock; Rock City and Village! ChlckanHlI1la;! II)

t.' P'jl ,, 11K ;..' Ij: ''I Like gold-hotMjBt. true.StimulatiuR .. more decided assertion that they K' Smith, constable .. .peace. . 2 40 trade boat, :Norma, was Orchard tary Park Knob National, Walden's Cemetery Ridge., Mission Ridge, l'I\gg's Tower, l'helpps 'ro\1'
1 'i do not believe in the doctrines expounded anchored here on Friday,
i 'fftll.D
every
,I' 'fit,'II f To take hie stan8 for: right: ; by the silver favoring por- MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100( Mr. McFadden, sr., also Fancy, late of New Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut Streets. SAM. W. DHLS I

"f ; j 'f,. ;'Lcnding/ aM where ore you call' tion of the democratic party. Tons of Cotton !Seed Hull ashes. Price Chicago, Mrs. Roy McFadden and daughter Manager

'\1"(a p ,,(I,'II i( :,1 l ::'la putter ,wrongs icv-flight. '"The boy orator of the Platte," $24:! per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville.. Queenie, all of Eau: Gallic, came __ ...-. -- -

ai i It! .. or11'1 w. Well radiate the glow aided by 'his redoubtable lieutenants Little iron Fertilizer: & Phosphate Co., down on Saturday and spent several days

;:/' ',. ',.'' Of may Florida's jot bright, days; ,. will -doubtless expend much Jackson vllle,:Fla.' with II. C. Starck and family. W. B. DAWSON

11 i" 1 The breadth of yoururnnd river1 Jflow, valuable breath, and waste more ,
1', ? The night's; -moonlight ablaze. The Situation at Vero.

4 ,:.((1.i'If"I, ',; j'1 1', it) TJo tourist,"citizen oral guest valuable the time people in that the effort he is to right convince DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? Wholesale and RetailLIQUOR

'!/ .Ii, < ;. 1" Your pawns,. brlng'dclight: ; and that his cause i is not yet l lost ;; Editor Advocate
r:) t Ii Ty.(1 r ( May-each mad all unite with zesty but it having been conclusively Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Arebudded WINE & MERCHAH1 I
We feel
had
had
1i ,lnbulldleg up tlie right.3few.Y : as though we a freeze
\ I'r.
i .J at the around ou 4-year-old
+r.. proved) that he is not a saviour more disastrous than the one of '!15, for
;: ." \ ; ,. : .rk, C. W.JK.! : then we had hopes of The Florida Rough Lemon stocks. :a.OOO of
sent by God to crush the of re-planting.
i i I/i/ :: 'iii'' Dee. 8, 1!WG. power returns were delayed but a few weeks. them are TardiiT, others are Parson
1, trusts and'corporations, and per- Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, JIomosasHa,
Now, though well
; our are looking
:' ,,; 1i form other and divers miraculous and promising a bountiful crops harvest, we Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, :UOc. 119 1 1 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
.J 1 } IiI; THE :PRESIDENTS MESSAGE acts, his words will not carry the have no practical means of transportation. each, $211.25 per 100.(

"" ""I. !I" same weight that they did when he Our nearest shipper is three miles Boone's Early & Mott's Blood, 50c.. Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Hara

\,' i t''I"I ,,!I1rt' W.1 To.. ongre.8, aa fiftY: aa it relates was posing as the apostle of freedom from four where miles train farther will stop, and while othersare each Satsuma, $W per and 100 MandarinlOc., each.

:, ; : J to tbe Cuban ,question, is, toiour and the champion of the east side gardens. are away deprived: of any our Lamb Orange, fiOc. each. I Mexican and Florida Cigars.
ljr)1; / mind of Seedless Grape Fruit, COc. each, $40
a muster-piece diplomacy people's rights.We reasonable means of shipping/: their produce
!' ,it?.;I 'f [ While ,ccnefuJly avoiding the posh doubt if the silver questionwill Boating/ two miles, hiring a man per Also 100.( (' all of the varieties of peaches. FINE FANCY G-n.OC 11tIE: ,
or !1 I :' ) proving,too offensive to be much to haul truck four miles and wait to flag
"lblit.y so as whispered in that are known to be best suited to this ,
handle
Gallon I
""t. the train, is beyond the profits of garden WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per upwards. no Compound Go
:' '_, Jj f"" ,either aide, it olfera (practical .and A. D. 1900, and if it is it will be ing. South Florida section, Including the iIJjfPrice List application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
,' ,Ii i : 'l feasible solutions ,of the present through the innocuous channel of GifTord,, the place wo are supposed new Free Stone Orange" peach, thatoglnatcllin upon ,
) If wish to an account must give first-class city rcfercn
and open you
is the you
Orange county,
!, '. 'I' i dLUiaultr'in' xuanner that should the populist party use as a shipping point, consists of, be-
best peach yet out for this section.
sides the section houses six
or seven
;, '' ? ", be hooeptableto both. OH cotar e, -------
negro shacks, whose "owners" go awayto JAMES MOTT,
f the ,.determination .of the Uutoan nu.I V An)) COUNTY COlIlUIR.SIONlons' work by the day, and there Is not one ORLANDO NURSERY, Prop'r.Winter .
i f"lg! leaders t... agree nothing but dn- settler from there to Vero-three miles
: JPltOCKEDINGS.TITUSVILLE : Haven, Fla.
dependence, or extoouiinution on south. Almost all the passenger traffic New Fall Goods. c---

w thei'ne hand, and 'the proverbial>> has been that would have been at Vero
:, FLA., Dec. 0, 00. had the passenger train stopped there
the other will New York Dental Parlors
prl&C'CxfSpain on ,
and the
1 Tho Board of County Commissioners freight that will be shipped from

41 1 i p ; mid tMte suggestions-eerious1y contained against: the in pr the
',! ((1 met ,age being accepted, but after ; J. Mendel, J.-K. Walker, J. Houston seems most unreasonable that those "
!' k 1'' all, it de bvt right that the com- K. .D.. Hoke; A. A.' Stewart, .clerk; should of us who be are trylnir to make homes] ". ..,_.- "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HAT
M obliged to labor under such a
J. E. Bowman !
'' sherH' :The following
hllt.lll1tsshould meet .each other business was transacted to-wlt : disadvantage, and It Is Impossible to do CLOTHING Etc Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt
;i'' half way. It wnmld be best for the The minutes of last meeting were read I so for long. The heaviest shipments of shipping. One can depend to get good value for
disrwipifeed island ,,itself;; it would and confirmed. :: this year's crop will be shipped, but to ::
,N.1 many a continuance of this train serviceor Permanently Located. money We Sell to Dealers only.Some .
I Permits granted to the
be beet+ for Spain; it would be best; were following .
;;'y pel'lIons.to carry repeating rltlen :*, 0.. B. ( lack of service) means the abandonIng Nearly opposite State Hunk of Florida.
for sal urrtries that are in away :, of their "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTfflN
homes
Martin; Colt, 24715, ciUlbre 22; H. Martin At No. 1 11 1 East Bay Street.
: effected by the present etrug-- II. T. GlFFORD. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-.
4i ; Winchester, /50:150:\ ;, calibre\ 4.VOO.
II; a gle. Mr. 'Cleveland .eeea the dui j jtut ,; Bonds for the following elected county Vero, Fla., Dec. 886.Miami.((. ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT

) machin-a la ,the grunting of a I olllcers\ were approved : Prices will be a* Follows:

sat is factory m-easur-e: of ,home rule,: II. C>. Uronson, jus." peace. (diRt; II I), $;;j00V. lither(iol8 FIIIImga..0..to&l.nfl up POLLAK & CO.,
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; to the f land: .And, while :tt would \ C. Peterson, ." 15, 500 Plate, .. ..... ..... .., .......,.. 8.00) to 10.00( ) 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, F
'C. K. Howell, 0, 3(10( Full Sets (very best). ... ........ 12.00 to 15.00
I be 8oui tlmig ..of a bitter pill for .T.Sanders. 4 500
{ Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, of Columbus Irregularities/ corrected.
; ; p ''Ar, either 0id to wallow( the llnal in- T. II. sanders! ." 14, 5(0( 0., are In Miami. The Dr. is a mr: Your patronage solicited.F. ,
nWL.'Keefer\ 22, !500W. ( well-known dentist JAMBS PRITCHARD, President; \V. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
,vMh tlmation, mildly ,put,no doubt. but A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager.
T. constable ,, '
Hayes, I U, 500) Phone C. S. !Hchuyler, Cashier.
I 1111 none the eM8 decided, that if some On motion, it was ordered that the H. A. Hodges, of the lumber firm of 071. Jacksonville, Fla.

L I 'lib measure are nut; taken, and taken oicport of J. M. Minor,,. (J. J<. Conking (Hodges it Godfrey, !Satsuma Heights,

,, at an early date tosettle' the (liftti !- and C. J.. Howell, appointed to mark, has returned home.R. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE

,. ''J culty, thin country will be con- view and lay out a road from. Tillman J. Skipper, of New Smyrna, Is in J. S. JOHNSON CO.
I station to the county road, ; strained to take uflh action as and' notices to be postedaccording to (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
9i will subserve he various interests law. The work of raising the sunken tug Manufacturer of -

sj 1 ._h._Lu _. ._ __ L ._ d_ .On motion, it is ordered that the report Actosla. at Kodriquez Key has been abandoned Authorized capital $100,0
"IfI', ilivuiveu HIKI rcniuio! pvuuu IIM uic for the winter. Capt. Williams ....Fishing Supplies...., i
of J. Harris, It. A. Hardee and K. Paid up capital, $25,0
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{(! Hil':I island, should! cause the haughty (i. H/nrdee, for a road from !Sebastian has brought the tug Williams\ to Miami.R. '

tJ' .J.I :\9M : hidalgos/ to pause ere they go too river to Henry Brothers' settlement, be II. Bond, a popular) chemist, left by Average deposits, $150,0

t ;il! :: far, and consider the probable conf accepted and that notices be posted steamer for Key West on Tuesday: lie
!\ f S[ij sequences and their chances of mounding,. to law. goes to Mexico.E. .-- ., Transacts a General Banfci
The
rolls for the Circuit and,
pay
1.. iT : success should the United States County courts, being presented by the M. !Semple, a writer for several Business.
; t" r adopt warlike measures, and ,de- clerk of the court for approval, were newspapers and an Insurance agent, is in Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope,,
:I a: ; I. cido to put an end to the struggle examined and approved by the Jtoard. town. Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing Bank the Ei
and Oldest
Largest on
Tackle of
Hooks
1') force of On motion, It was ordered that Oeo. Monroe'' every Description; ,
I I .t. by armeuThe Dorsey, colored, was placed
I i Lines, Rods, Keels, !Sinkers, Units, etc.
'be
Hood placed on the pauper list for sold all Coimtrlc
t1 + i ::1 : various SU/lge@tiousa8to under *I50 bond Tuesday< for striking Exchange on Foreign
f / rr TAKPON TACKLE A SPECiALTY
month at
one $5,00.Theuonnty
,,1*; ,. ''J;I1 the action of the United States in treasurer having rondo his Oeo. Holmes, also colored, Sunday: night.At DIRECTORS
Baltimore Md. / :
f t 1 the matter are taken up one by monthly report; for November on the fine Hotel Conolly are II. A; Frapp, rAI jAS.PniTCHAnD.W..n.RAR eTTiTedP( ''
I II ,! one and satisfactorily disposed of and forfeiture& fund, the same was examined Cocoanut Grove; L. Stonely, B. Barton, of the National Hank of JackmnvllleM)
j ; and approved by the Board. J. Dallas, Tex.; E. G. Sowell, Miami; S. S. DuitKRE (Vice-1'resldent National ]B1
the latest proposition that the ..exi Houston .and J. K. Walker were appointed Swain, K.: J. Brady, New York; W. II. ..J. II. MENSING.. ha 7r Jacksonville), and W. M. mio\ s.COBBESPONDKNTS. .
.; lit i toting civil strife should be North .
; I" i brought a committee to burn the warrants Boston. :
i to an end by our intervention, even: turtuxl: over by the treasurer as per Goo. B. Blevin gives nightly performance '- Wholesale and Uetail '" .d' National Seaboard Bank National of Jacksonville.Bank of New York .

J' ,' f i .at the cost of a war with Spain/ 101'' xcliediilo. Jteporting having performed/ on the phonograph He also takes '
I their duty, &they asked to be discharged, selections of local COMMISSION MERCHANT 1"'I".rUSVILLE9 FI:. &
r 1 met by the argument; that the char- which win ivcuortllngly done. a : nature, and produces .
them us an advertisement.The .
t I .acter of the United States demands Ou motion It was ordered that In the
1 I.:' : that right and not might shall bed mutter of uproponed road from Bovine elegant three-story solid brick -) Dealer In (- -- ---

j d "I r I the rule of its conduct.; and furthi ;tit Bali' la, viewed! and laid out by J. Hop building/: Contractor Jos. McDonald
I that kins J. J. Hi&Juy and J. Boyer, whose Is nearing completion, and will be ready Poultry, Eggs: Butter Fruit, Vegetables MIAMI !
the
't United States
i being report' | was Muo j>toil and tiled with the to receive guests, by January 1st. This etc. Consignments solicited. + .
/ v:' the most pacific of nations, Board" on the iVJi lay.u November, IS'.W, building will be known as the Biscayne Prompt and honest returns guaranteed. +
; m :(though not of necessity), and its end notices having. been posted for :SO Inn, while it will be managed by General Market quotations and stencils furnish
JJ; "'<< own ample domains precluding all days accordngrto! law: ; and further, no (Supt. ('. B. Knott, of the Florida East: ed on application.

: ti., a desire for should' be complaints: ..r grievances navlng been Coast Hotel System. It will be separate 21!) WEST ADANH ST.,
conquest, war imule, to the' lloitvd,, t.he said 1 road, as!laid: Mr. Knott kindly looking after the Town Lots Now Sale
f'' a i l avoided as long as the country la, out uy smut viewont, DO declared n )public I house for Mr. McDonald. The Biscayne Phone ';JACKSONVILLE\ FLA. on

k; f not absolutely driven into it by road. Inn will be, perhaps the finest hotel Reference: State Bank of Florida.;
t force of circumstimeea. Ou petition of X..S. Andrews et al, fur outside the Royal Palm in .Miami. It Is
aclumgo! of public load: In Cocoa: from pleasantly located on the southeast cor-
t As above stated, this portion of its present location to the .river bank ner .of Twelfth street and Avenue D, m Established .IIS.'. fTJ A E. KINGSLEY General For
t the message ends with an unmistakable street, or as much of It as lies betweenthe with a frontage on both streets. The Agent
hint to Spain that she crossing"' at theatere of H.: S. Jones. lower (hour will bo used for the office, ,
L. BARBOT &
shall not go too far, and that if she going north along the river bank to the dining; "room and kitchen, while the two CO. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle
street dividing/ VViubwrtf' and Shaw, and upper doors will be used exclusively for ,
does the bounds of tolerance
ti overstep along! this. street to the northwest cornerof guest room There will be four storerooms
''I. and refuse all suggestions fora Wienijerg's/ property, the Boned appointed -ou tho ground floor, two on General Commission. CHOICE
speedy settlement, she will haveto t;. S. Jones, It. Ii. Hohnea' and Twelfth street and two on Avenue D. CX9 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
for her actions Win. litmus to murk, view and lay out One of the stores will be occupied by
:1.
account to the .
.,, .... ;
r I United States. said proposed change and report to this Dec. 20th by Jno. Sewall A Co., shoe ""' = IQ:""' "" -c; all parts of the Town. Selecte
Bear(]. dealers; another by Townley Bros., druggists g: !f = = & Carefully

; j -- The following bills were audited and. and another by Wolfe & !Serkin, 5.: ;: !;fg Fruit and Vegetable Lands
on
ordered to be paid : tailors. agw"ra

I A DEAD ISSUE. Election expense . . .$280 80 I a Miami River mid,: 3jt clfLVI1c
E. Bowman, feeding. co. iwJu... <)ucx) 329 & 331 Poydras St., Bay
::;
:Many people are of the opinion 1.1." .II r ". d.Js. 4I' 00 Courtenay. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

i that the silver question will spring "I sbel'llt." .court. .. 6100 510() NEW( Canal Rink.REFERENCE ORLEANS. LA. Main Office, Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA

j' up from Its' well-deserved and Ia ,1 . 12:! 01) Itev. Mr. Martin preached a very interesting J Metropolitan Bank. ,
i i'' deeply dug grave at the next national I' court exp. :-54: 00 sermon here last Sunday morning ( Commercial Agent-leu.

'S janitor. . .. .,
>A r 1' it election. This is hardly likely :300 and evening.

$ r to be the case, for it can no longer T "T Wetmore" Ice expense, office lunatic and cth.. 2000 j 510( ) The new steamer. Juno seems to be mr-: If you need any job printing, we

; girl+ t be considered a national question ; J Mendel canvasslrg Board. JOO doing quite a business as she loaded 100 shall be pleased to get a share of It. 'FLORIDA CHILL AND FEYER TONIC

: t it now belongs exclusively to the Houston, co. com . .. 1120 crate of bean from this point, Monday: '
t W II Sharpe, . .:. U' 7410 Chaa. T. Harper and Leon K. Harper OV'csntc9: : A. :a4an.:

election J Mendel . .. : 440 attended the burial of their cousin MiM. In every section at once to sell staple Every Bottle Warranted to Cure Case of Chills & Fever,
KDHoko, .'. . .. :24tiO Polite Harper at Cocoa, last Friday. dealers any
having tested popular opinion on J R Walker . . ,.. d 00 goods ; no peddling; experience
1 the subject thoroughly: and in., a W L Ilughlett attend. on paupers 1000 Dr. O.- W. Holmes and Btoce, Miss month.unnecessary Salary; best and aide line. $75.00 a Or Money Refunded.. -----
manner .far from, 'to T J Cockahutt regl. officer . Ii 41 Arnold, of Faustina, were calling at expenses or large ,
M satisfactory commission made.
a ) i J Mendel, 4 ooplaa of mlout... BOO Rotelawn last Sunday.IT. Address with: cent H. R THOMAS
itself ,
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will
let it and for sealed Clifton
tamp particulars
; ; "slowly silent-
r Soap
A A Stewart' oooaataat. ... ...' 15 00 .
t H. Jenkins left on Tuesday'"via And ,
; ,5t Manufacturing Company Cincinnati Druggist
i Jy or else let it link Chemist and
,} ; i vattfah.way4 B K Wilson examining lunatic. 400 sailboat for the Narrow, to look after Ohio. La Villa. Jacksonville, fla i


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE DECEMBER 11, 1896.> 5 I IS.


\ of Agriculture Widow, e
Department Norwood were visitors here Saturday
s
G ; Fla. Rev S. F. Gove held last ASK the r covn">d
Bureau-J"Pier services here {
d""I''ptlcll, blllou. G. G. SPRINGER
hveatlier |
Sunday last, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., to Miss Julia Roberts' U e fttiflererH., victims of i
comparative state- fair-sized congregations. father of New fever unit axes. thee
1109lnis/ a Smyrna, I Is
The and rainfall for the visiting her and Mrs. C. J. mercuN.ldi11snaed
Otemperature Wild cats are rather plentiful bcliounainaker. patient how thry recovered
here.
I Inroto Q Dec. 8 180<1.eek 1. hvftlth .
Tuesday, We hear enter- and Of
several of ----- Retailer Shipper
sail our neighbors sal Manufacturer
( -1s05IATt. complaining )- The latest amateur here the bike Is fill spirits Rood sI
I -1SI/II-/ about the loss of poultry.Arrivals I Uuiley, on ,,, appetite; they will tell.
Cm
1IIAX. MJN. b. He he will
MIN' says master You bv tukinu SIM-
)lAX' (10 80 (I.IU i!) at the Palm house, this week: the wheel! or make it climb a tree. MUMS LlNkK Kl.UU- .

2 S 60- 47 55 60(i !46'ill2 S.J. 4 F.S. Gove Lefll8', Titusville G. K. Pitzer; R. ,IIl.ItleUcco Jacksonville;; I Judge .T 110. D. Broomo passed through: I I e LA10K. I ICE: AND i

1ii' 4 Miss; ; I town on Monday: fnm Juno, where he The Cheapest Purest. and Rent Family
Ladye
46<1 Skipwith _
I 5 Os 60 57 : Sebastian had been hollIl11Circuit Court. Medicine. In the World I = -= =--=_-= _
4io
1.10 6G Mr. For DYSPKPSIA CONSTIPATION nnn.
75) WillBiaddocksppnt
76 05 71 64 with his Sunday hero Vk'o understand I that Cocoa, Is to have Biliouiinttacks,SICK: IIItAUACIiltt, 'olie.Uoprc"o ,
i parents. Will says that there )) of SOUK STOMACH: :
75 IW 11110t.hcl'Iapel' at an date called Spiriin
io early
73: ,
are a unrivalled lawarrnnteil Distilled
S great many attractions on the eastside the t.ist Coast Banner.Jlr. .Heartburn etc ruts remedy Water
rainfall! for the week: 1:26: inches and Oak Lodge is one of them. ) not tu contain H HiiiKlo particle of
Total : MEKCUKY: or any mineral gnbmanre, but) I.
Inraarture; parture Mr.' S. Kitchlng has in-hls Bond of Haiti more, traveling l>U It I:I.Y "JH 'I'A III.B.
( go064rinchesl D a sign store, 8.U.-8iuaii. in the
Dlu interests of his drug Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water CoolersrFAc'rOHIE
which is
+reck since January 1 a good one. It reads, "Gontlo- business in containing those Southern Roots and herbswhich ,
normal rainfall men will please was town this week nn all-wiHo .Providence linn pl"eoIn
from deposit their
superabundance rmimnea where Liver UlxbHtie mom prevail
alone 4.sa inches.W. CnO.NK, Observer. of secretions saliva in the expectorating Mr. Mnckuy and bride are expected It will cur all Diseases cau .J by Derangement .
J. receptacle." this week and will occupy one of the ol the l.lver and (towels.The Cocoa and West Palm Beach.]
:Miliug cottages!( which he has furnished. SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are n
Mr. Sam Boone, with the bridge gang, bitter or bud lusts' In the mouth; Pain in the .. .
nark, Sides, often inmtulctni for KhoumntlHm --- -
is Joe K.irman: or Joints
Melbourne.LOoPE here in
repairing the bridge over the Sebastian was town the first of ; sour! Stomach: lon of Appetite;
ON \ river.. Mr. Boone interested the week, representing J. W. Simmx: Rowels nlternntoly costive mid lax; Hemluche:
in several orange groves and pineapple wholesale liquor dealer, etc., Jacksonville loss of Memory, will a inilnful Hvnanlion' of SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
Fla. havingfaileil\ to lo NnmolhuiK which oiithtto
SuiJTod ft! GOODE.-Raal ,1"" tate anilor IollnA. plantations along the river. have been done; Dchlllty. Low Spirit, n thick

a )I ,; ,I t f : ..ttna.: London Fire Insurance mid Liverpool Special and111oIieandDuporial We notice that sailing craft and naph The atmosphere, which last week was yellow tough: : often nnpunrnticu'; mlKtnken$ o( the for Skin CoiiHuinntion.Soinetuneii and:: KVCK., a dry .1.1I

: to> the interests or non'real- tha launches are getting more numerous so humid and w earlier so stormy, seemsto 1 many of thetttt ityniploiiii attend
.
tlcnw.mTKL attmoon. paid as the winter approaches; but they runa Ii tlon.have: settled down to a delightful con- the IA Krnerntly iliHtMiBp, lit the othr rent of very the few disease; tout,'the and l.ivm If not: I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- I

great risk on dark nights owing to the ( KeKUlntetl'ln' time, -rent Huaeriutr, wiclched.
er CARLF.TOJf, MELBOURNE, FLA.HMiitlfullv .- government removing the lights and Today (Wednesday) Mr. Dimick, of ness und I>GA1 II will eiiHiia.Tho class SEEDS in the State.-I \
I esteemed attest I
bluff, the following I highly persons
Hltimteil on a high over- leaving to collide
posts against. Wo \\CKt Palm weds : : : 1
i River. First-clas, accommodations Beach Miss! Meta Wil- to tine virtttca of Kimmoim Liver KeKUlaturiOen.
Sine, the,and Indian. rate re nnnnl>lB. like to see plenty of sailing craft about, klllllon, at her parents resilience at Rock- \V. S. Unit Pros. C.u. H. \V. n R Car: | Kew.J. S3T SEND FOR PRICES, Before O"I"'n."Wh're.' All Seethe tented !
)'. ROBERTSON: Proprietor. as it gives a look of life to the beautiful ledge J. elder Perry, ltl; "'01. I';,. K..:: Sparks, Al.bony :..- before font out. I
liibb Cja
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tin. 0. MRJti t'rH"n,Josq.Sheriff
Indian River which has been )
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practically lion. Alexander II. Stephens.\ L, CAMERON Seedsman.
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deserted through the ],11'. Gus Johnson has opened an oflice "1We virtues, and I
summer mouths. have tested tin personally
126 East St.
HOUSE The
Ooodeso Bay JACKSONVILLE FLA.
J1OVKDINQ :- .
PRIVATE Melliuurne, Is In the !gents' furnishing line, as agent for know that for Dvupepmii. IhlionHnuHH and ,
"' so on Fountain Heights ""annalllaker.lBrown. Throbbing Ilci.Jai-ho. it la the bust medicine the
For \; in the room adJoining -
IIi'.1I the public .
now to terms.GOODL MUST BE SOLD, to make 100 world ever BUW.Ve tried fort v other remediesbefore
MRS. space, the Johnson
grocery store. Liver ltegulutor but none nave
1 SiniiiionH
Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. Price relief \but the Kegu.hi .
UK more than e ;
$24 per ton, f, o. b. Jacksonville. Our carpenters have been kept busy of not only 1 relieved, but cured im."-:Bo. A Fertilizer for Fruit. cal

IN Mr. R. W. Goode left here for Jackson- Little Bros. Fertilizer A Phosphate Co., :iulshing Stilln Mr. Poivher's residence, Mr. E. TKLt'.OHAril MANUFAC'1'URatl AND MliSSKNGKR:! : ONLY, MllcOll IIV lia.
business 11 warehouses and tho additionto
vile last Saturday, on a trip.
Jacksonville FU. Pa. j
the New Rockledgo hotel. J. H. ZCILIN CO., Philadelphia
)[1'. J. O. Keyes, of Oberlin, OIs ? ,:; "The Ideal Pineapple] Fertilizer? I IJrloe
.pendinff a few days with his brother- J. B. Coursey, representing' Lee, Ray

m-law, Mr. J. II. Phillips. Banyan.Subscribe flyers & Co., of Savannah' tS.i., was in the Urittantca many books of rcferenro : : Si>.Oo :Jcr ToD.
town last Friday, talking tobacco and l besides, magazines and I many }papersof :

1.Ii arrived Mr. James in town Powell last Friday, of Waukegan evening., 111.He, for the VOOATE. cigars: Mr. C. reports business, goods.( the state. There are games for am CSUAJIANTKKD ANALYSIS :........ ;i

will spend the winter in his father's ((Mr. It. S. Rowland' l, of Orlando, representing usement. The reading room Is open Moisture . . . . ... .8 to 10 Per Cent F I''
We have been the and until nine o'clockp.
beautiful
John Powell's) pretty home on the bluff. weather of late. having some A. 1>. Reynold, tobacconist, of Bris- during. day: Antmoniit----------------------------- .1)|)jJ to (n" II
tol, Tenn., In talking tobacco in the twin o
Phosphoric Acid-------------------------- 0
Mr,ami Mrs. T. Mesmler, Mr. and Mrs this cities lie Is at the Jarvis m.Mr.. and James Mitchell; arrivedon
The of have stopping Mrs
'1 Fred Irwin and daughter, Miss Mamie, people vicinity been liouso.\ Potush (Actual), . . .. . . .It to S" ,
.. feasting on ducks lately, which are tho four o'clock train on Wednesday! I
all of Chicago arrived in town last Saturday brought in daily by our sportsmen and were received' by a company} of Dado oxoluslvely from ]Bright Cotton ,'c.IMoal, Nltl'.lto of Wnda, Blood, BonoDisHolvnd
evening They will spend the Arrangements are being Inauguratedfor : lends and escorted to their homo. Tho Phosphate Finn iroiiiul Tobacco Morns and Sulphate of Potash.
season hero at their prettb winter homes.Mrs. Mr. Collins and wife arrived from Georgia an entertainment for the childrenon Cocoa Cornet Hand( serenaded them In rar'VI'ltu for directions for using and further paiticulaiH! ; also tick for I.

on, [ Thomas Chaffee met with a : last Friday. They are stopping with Clnlstmas Eve. It is suggested thata the evening, and partook of refresh copy of ( Fertilizing fur Fruit." Wo carry n large Block of all Fn.tln
very .:Ill'. Robert Harper for the winter. Union tree for the Sunday schools\ and ments. zor Material, Cotton. Seed Meal l. Tobiicoo Dust, Potash, etc Wilto for 1 prices b\ -
unfiil downstairs ,
mishap lately by falling
town children bo provided by our people fore buying. Wo tiuok the trado direct.
and spraining her ankle so badly The trade boat Norma, Captain John The Dimick and Wilkinson wedding grtuwers
that she had to use an invalid chair, but McLean, anchored at Banyan a short ]Jfr.\ James F. Mitchell\ of E. P. Por- was celebrated at two o'clock on Wednesday WILSON & TOOMER ,
I *e hope soon to see her well again. time one day last week. He was bound I cher's ollico, Wednesday, went to Tltus afternoon, Archdeacon 1). F.
The phonographic entertainment given south with a full cargo of general ncr ville, to wed( miss Lena Norwood, of that I Brown performing the ceremony at tho The Fertilizer House of Florida,

In the Congregational church, last Monday chandise. place. Wo wish them every happiness residence of the bl'l i nlftht,under the management of Mrs Fred Whitlonk has given the Perri a and tnucccss In their life's journey. lodge! in the presence of .a few Invited I

I J, 0. Keyes, of Oberlin, 0., was a perfect new coat uf paint, which makes her look There seems to be a demand! for dwell Friends, Miss Lizzie Hnghlett( acting nn
success, and was enjoyed by quite a RS bright as a new dollar. lie sailed ings./: A family owning property at bridesmaid. The bride caJ'l'IOlIIbOlllltl-
number of our people, both old and down to Eau Gallio with a party of ladies Woodloy will occupy the May propertyat ful bouquet of (lowers.' '1'he residence S. Morse

)young on Sunday last. Rockledgo for the season, and James was tastefully decorated 1'ho happypair >< > -
Mitchell, and bride will begin their loft on the afternoon train for Palm
Meters Frank Robertson anti A. J. Mr. R. B. Stewart has a pecan tree home in the W. E. Booth cottage. new Bench
+tf1 Goads went out on a hunt last Saturday, bearing at his beautiful place at Brant. '
and returned with some fine quail for ley. Mr. Stewart will ship a lot of oranges Mrs. J. M. Paine, who recently lost TUB UOCKLEOOE STOKE has the :eE L ES'I: .. ..'J'IE.,

r Sunday dinner. Without a diubt Mr. this season. He will also have a her daughter, Avis ((1\ report of which finest display of goods along] the Kust

Robertson has one 'of the finest setters big crop of vegetables this winter. was published in ADVOCATE), who Coast. Our assortment is HO large 1 and :MIAMI: :Iac1:: 00"" FLOB.JD.4.: .
on the East Coast, and he never fails to our people remember as an accomplished
have the varied that with
Mr. and Mrs. T. Harper we can supply you
fiod the birds and! lovely girl, writes that she with
when he is out. ,
hearfelt sympathy of the entire community anything you need. We make spool-- AGENT FOR LANDS OF _
Lovey, will reach Cocoa January ---- ---- _
The ADVOCATE is certainly gettingmore iu the sad death of their little alty of supplying yachting parties

popular than ever, and we understand daughter Pollie, aged fourteen years, A little excitement was 'caused on I'AXTO.V tai HATCH, Uocklodgo. Floildn( East Coast Railway Company,
subscribers from all over the Unionare which occurred last Thursday morning Monday by Mr. Spearman's: horse running --" '-
continually flowing In. A glance at their home In Lotus. Pollie was an away and demolishing a wagon. Flotilla] ( Coast Line Canal & Transportation' Company,
F at the pink paper's advertising columns exceptionally good, quiet child, and a No other damage; was done Mr. Stiling MUST HE SOLD, to make space, 100 Boston & Florida Atlantic Const Lund Company

shows that it Is a favorite among the general favorite among her acquaintances. kept the excitement up by having some Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes Price _. .
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merchants of Jacksonville and the East men try to "break' iu" his Texas> ]pony $::!t per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville.
Coast. Litho Ilros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.,
The Two Bachelors, In command ofCnpt. Jacksonville, Fla.Hctwccii The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
Mr. and,} Mrs J. R. Lyman, of Chicago MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100 Clms. W. Brownrlgg/ with Messrs.
arrived from that windy city last Tons of Cotton Seed II nil Ashes. Price A. Cecil Brownrigg and II. Kent, and ,

week, and are now in charge of the $21 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, came up from Miami nod XUH.HIIII. =7. STTX: ::>ILiO"V\7', G4-on'1: :NIan.agor.: :: ;
cuisine Melbourne last week. Mr. nnd Mrs.
department of Hotel Carleton Co.
Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate ,
for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman : Jacksonville, Fla. Henderson left the jolly party at Cocoa The steamship Monticello will take (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.: )
filled this sumo place two and for Orlando.
years ago,
South
cave entire satisfaction to all who the place of the Hteuirmlilp Northumber- Jacksonville, Florida.
guests
stopped there Plenty of game on tho market now. land, between Miami and Nassau, in con
Rockledge. MANUFACTURER OF -
nection with the Florida East Coast
0. We noticed a gentleman on Monday with
Mr. Joseph Williamson of Micco, was six wild turkeys and only a day or so Hallway line from Jacksonville The
0 pleasant caller in town last Monticello will make semi-weekly trips FERTILIZERS For and
Friday. The services at the Congregationalchapel before we saw another with three Huddles Pineapples Oranges
0. Ills! many friends in Melbourne are always were well attended, both by residents of venison; and still some folks are i during/ January, tri-woekly during Feb- ,
pleased to see his pleasant face and not satisfied. Arthur Lophamand'l'om I ruary and March, semi-weekly during
I Hear his cheery voice. Mrs. John C. and visitors.! Howell say that those are nut the kind 1 April until service terminates. The first Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
Parry, of Chicago, who is spending the Tile managers of the :East Coast rail. of dears they want. Hailing' date Is January 15: 1817.\) In addition ,.

winter Micco with her family, accompanied way have begun backing:; in their trains the Florida East Const railway Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also
Mr. Williamson, and she was well from the main line, and will continue The ladies of the Avilah> hold a very bus on the route, between Ulscayno Hay ,
Pleased with our little town. doing so until the close of the season. enthusiastic meeting at the Library last (Miami) and Key Wont, the stenmshli Tho Famous: : JXard.-T1.J1o&: : Dran.: .c I:

Capt. Brainard and wife came up from Manager II. E. Bomis, of the New Friday< afternoon at three o'clock. A City of Key West, which makes the rut Ammonia. . . . ,4 to l 5 per cent j
valkarla last Saturday: on their fine Rockledge hotel, is a familiar figure !good attendance of members responded\ of M15 miles during ten hours of dny Available Phos. Acid.. .II to H per cent > far o *:=t5.00. Per Toil.
the roll and the of the officer through the thousand This
to report light ( keys. ,
schooner Olivette and is I'otanh K 0..0 to 7 cent }
to do their shopping. around our thoroughfares, very were most encouraging. The report of In connection with the Monticello's run per
They know that Melbourne merchants sanguine of a successful season. Ifenel'gy tho secretary, Mrs. E. J. Wilson, was of 145 miles to Nassau, and the journey; Highest Commercial Value given our brand. In tho last Bulletin.. Writ for
Sell as cheap, if not cheaper than at any and aggressiveness count for anything full, and exhibited a most wonderful re- from Jacksonville down Florida's lovely I'rlcoH. Orders] for 2 tons and unwardH for our brands will be ilellverud free ell alK
a other point on the river but should he be sure of his anticipations : tallroad thu East Coast detail.
let' ; they may sult as the outcome of the self-denying cast coast, furnishes a most picturesque freight charges to any depot on ut catalogue prices
ADVOCATE people know it through an ad. in the realizing.A and earnest work of the society. Tin route for tourists with the advantages further notice.DUREN.

the prices columns. Here are some of very jolly party from Rockledge, membership is composed of the 1 ladies> at of a semi-tropical climate. .- .... -, -
lard of goods: Bacon, 7cts. per lb.; consisting of Mesdames II. P. Shares, A. tho several points on the river, adjacent .
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Sets ---- --- --
Hcts.} >; corn meal, licts. ; grits; D. Baldwin and E. A. Chatfleld, Miss to Cocoa. Tho Avilah has gathered> Into & FEASTER. ... .
; flour, Sets.; starch Sets ; white Alice Chatfleld, A. W. Benton and Mgr. the library sonic 500 volumes. It has DOLLS AND TOYS at ;Mrs. UcynoldH.

:sugar HIM. tomatoes, 5cts.; soap, 4cts. ; beans, Sets.; Bemis, of the New Rockledge, were at GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and'
best lOcts.
'line quality, ; on. Sarno on Tuesday, In the launch Paul. ,
acts
; Irish potatoes, :25cts..! Judging from appearances, everybody orillard i. Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Glass rtnd} Tinware.
t :
Hotel : a--J
Melbourne was the point to enjoyed themselves immensely.The Your atrollllCe Solicited, .

their which the lovers of a good time wended New Rockledgo hotel has now TITUSVirLE FLOHIDA..
way bat Friday night< to attend a arriving daily,
Jiaid\ Time Party opened, and guests are St. George Street,
given by Mr. and Mrs. with the
C.; J. Hector who are very much pleased w
Over thirty of our townspeople extension and other improvements. a ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Is .
Was took part, and a jolly good time Among those who have arrived are some Real Estate /
w' eJ'ioye"? by all who were fortunate'Wi who were with us last year, namely Miss located! In the center of the
; to bo there, as the night looked othersare w
Miss Paul. Among between tho
and city, midway
r' nie If rain on thattaccountan: were kept at i. Haber notably Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, N'om office and City Gates Its post-surroundings WILL: : s. TI30AIAS: : ,.
Dancing was C. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. l
Enfield l X. ;
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kept of ,
nnn up until midnight.' An excellent I Emmet, Henry Hocpe Chicago; Mr. and are exceedingly/ pictur Miami, .' :DDado:: Oo.. .' F10r1.da.

*' fr"V,8erved? at ten o'clock, to : Mrs, W. II. Bradley, daughter and maid, t f 1 Hue, the ground being unsurpassed Dealer, In choice lan.l"l l on Ulxcayno" Day; Residence propertied and farm land- .

\!11' tMissestiRobertsonEand Camp- Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Boynton, Clevelanil.O.. ;, h a by any private hotel Ii at Miami, Iluetia Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of :20 acres Hay front
Powell hove for ( Fine residence at Cornmiiit Grove $.1XX)
and\ Mr. John the city. property at Cocoimut $tl)0f) ,
mi Li Nicholson furnished the Lots at Cocoanut Grove from 9IOO iipwnrdM. Eight acres of land at Buena Vista
1' Mr Hector iiAU for return thanks to Mr. and YOU CAN FIND the, finest line of Indian Fishing i tt Terms! :K2.00 per day. for ':,!;l. .OO. ItiiHlncHH block in Miami, lot UMxir) ) >0, with house bringing rental of
a splendid time. Tackle ever brought to Do not (75 monthly, Insurance paid up fur.on year, fur $1,100.: ( >

River at the Rockledgo store. Hates the ... ... ._
BEAUTIFUL fail to call and examine this fine stock. Special by week .. - .. -.-- -- -- -- --

bureaus, washstands PRESENTS, toilet, consisting tables and of PAXTON A HATCH, Rockledge. Electric Hulls] Hot and ('oldtJ Phoenix The St. Go.

other articles of children's furniture, .rk liatlis. Augustine Cycle

Batten up very prettily, useful as well Cocoa.

tusVilla ornamental, at Mrs. Reynolds, Tl- Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. !Diamond!!! Has the best line of wheels

DOLLS I I at Mrs.
DOLLS! DOLLS 1
n. W. Reynolds, Tltusville. 1l and sundries in the state. All

Sebastian. Mrs. W. Johnson of Fort Pierce, is a .2: Excels Kinds of bicycle repair work

Mr. nobert guest at the Thomas house. The Holly Inn :; >- and other Ladies

lown this week.lIutle, of 1licco, was in Mr. C. J. Schooomaker is In Jacksonville neatly done.., .

on court business this week. and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS Prop", ;

lhMiics Katie Parks is visiting Wends at Frank FearrInC, of Columbus, 0., is __. __ .__ __ _ __ .._ L. ..
stopping for a while with us. aytors.a. F or1d.a.: _

la Mr.thi third S. itchlnSf 'is having a floor laid : The Jarvis house II getting; a very liberal THE DECANTER. ;

makes story of his buuding- This this season already.We .
a grand hall.khuoi patronage
Eunice noticed Attorney D. L. Oaaldenon Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River which I I..* unsurpassed : 4\ :EteJ:1a.keZOJ
1 On Schofield, who is teaching the northbound train, Friday.MU LesleyDomaetle .. : :

Alcdee last Sebastian with her friendT River Mr sent. B.last. A. A. Laura Houston, of Eau Gallle, for Boating and Fishing. '' 1
of last PorelLa u4 Brands. ofI IMS BnMiw Horns Gins find: Whiskies
was visiting here the latter part Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriage meet all trains. \ .

I Our IChool baa been clo ed for a week week.: Batea:-From |2.60 per day. Bottled !deaf,AJtsu4 $toat.A .- :

e ont of many children baring The F. E. C. train ran down In town Flrst-cl Ia.. LIn. of Clears. ... Billiard and .fool Tables- ;.
on Monday for the dot time this season Special by week or month. and careTiiT attention to malts ,
Family and hotel trade I U elicited. !Prompt tfVen .
] at Rockledge. r '" order Cub moat < mr 6 N ii;?;XQ tJtT. mm P 1 1 i, Tltaarille, FU.. ,-
.; Lucie made to o. 80-v # m Propr. aecompa.y .
a trip '
t. .. .
(nhts week Jones and Po tma ter W. -- *IW .....**> ,1Pry *+* n4i la I. bit cat boat, the Judge )(. S.






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+ ''Y ''J} 6 INDIAN RIVER ''ADVOCATE
DECEMBER 11. 1896.
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i" 1 sl Aa Alibi Offlo. TWO PAPERS FOR ONE SOCIETIES ETC.
11 xt; :!, Novel idea are being pat into practice J
'1 (
I A Sufferer PRICE.
every day and if rumor is to be Cured"Every KNIOHT9 OF PYTHIAS.

t' "i/"' y:. believed the latent thing in original conception SemInole 1..ollCe.1'0.' 30. holds Its meetings At
I I baa assumed the form of an season from the time I An Opportunity to Get the "In- the Court honed, the first. four Thursday. evenIngs -

'J 'f 1q : ,,j alibi office. What is an alibi office? the was two years old suffered dread- dian River Advocate" and of each month at 8 o'clock! p.in.
Att L. T. (GOODY 8. D. GEIGER i
bewildered reader may be inclined to fully from erysipelas which kept the Florida Citizen Together y kbA
&1 j C. C. M. of F. & K. of R. & 8.
'J I ask. Well in this particular case It is growing worse until my hands were at a Greatly Reduced
14' o:;:il' J an establishment which undertakes to almost useless. The bones softened Rate.

1qflf,t.,, post letters from .ttuy and every corner BO that they would bend and severalof IXOIAN RIVER GUARDS. r 4rXF;
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l ''U of the world. It is, in fact a sort of The Florida Citizen is .
my lingers are now crooked from now one of the Drill nt the Armory, over county jail every
l'' l i philiuithropio institution devised for most complete newspapers in the United fuesday. evening In the ..month at 8 o'clock.,
this
On *
cause.
i' Ij, ; the benefit of my States, outside of the A.T.l'KA8TItRC."taln.IXVEPENDEXT S04
: 41 parsons who while remaining hand 1 great metropolitan J s ew
I. rr ;; ; quietly at home in a sort of incognito carry large centers. Its type are set entirely by I

:i: !' condition, can make believe that scars which but forAVER'S machinery and its printing Is done on ORDER GOOD ..TEMPLARS.Tltusvllle : !

:,,1 it{ they are on a long tour. Than ia human one of Hoe's large presses. Steam and Lodge No. 17 meets! every Tuesday r >y
vanity satisfied and than the electric power both are used, and telegraph even I n K T:30:: In Presbyterian church. Public
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are
expenses
tint In each month.
wires carried meetings Tuesday
t' ; are directly into the ,
i of
a regular journey saved. A office. G. W. 8COUIE,
I Sursaparllla, wouldbe The best of material employed C. A. GARDNER
II' I 4'I 1 4nan takes leave of his Seo't. C.T.
frienda at the in
sores provided I every department, and most of the
close of the season with the announcement members of the force are old and experienced -
:/. 4 ; was alive and able I
''f 4 that his recreation will asanme journalists. The news of the
'
> ''f the form for instance, of a run through ...,>,;ti;po' to carry anything. world ia obtained from__ _n_ the_,,_ _A.arw-lnf.n_____.____ I CHUKCHKS.EM3COPAL y_
,1//i'/I',H iiI tips: in and Portugal and at regular intervals Eight bottles of Press and that of the State from representatives f

/ follow letters from Madrid Soville Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me so stationed In every Importanttown. CHURCH.
''r rl1 : Lisbon Oporto and so on, duly that I have had no return of the The greatest care Is taken to obtain
I''., I correct and to avoid false Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each ------
r reports (
; disease
; tamped and po tmarked. The alleged for more than twenty years. and month, at 11 a.m.and 7:00: p. m. Sunday schoolmy
sensational
'i! f I promoters of the enterprise are The first bottle seemed to reach rumors. Particulars of Sunday at e:30 a. m. Evening prayer at
the Jfr
repro1 low
:., criminalities and other matter unfit S p. in. on Wednesdays. Litany service every
,,1 j ,1 II "! t seated as arguing that, after all, this spot and a persistent use of it has for household reading are excluded. In Friday: at 10 a. m.

4. ,,1 j i pleases some people who do not care for perfected the cure."-O. C. DAVIS, politics the paper Is soundly Democratic |R>v. B. F. BROwN, Rector.

Jw 4 'I. ''t'"I'; ':! ..;S ; ."but are eager to en joy the prestige which Andrew Jackson, and refusing to lend METHODIST CHURCH. SAFETY! COMFORT! QUICK TIME! LOW RATES !

.. ).' a grand tour will as they fancy invest Itself to temporary crazes and schemes
rJ services first, third and fourth
Regular every Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville
1 I. and New
for
;, them in the eyes of their friends. As to private advantage. The Dally Citizen Sundays at II a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday York.
.;! I d"'" I. 1'1: the logio of this line of reasoning Is believed to have a larger circulation School every Sunday at 10:00: a. m. Epworth The Fleet l Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers ,
today League each Sunday at :it:30 m. Prayer meeting
p.
I 'I 'I' ', no more our readers may safely be left than any other dally journal southof every Thursday night at 7:00: p.m. The "CB nanche" (new), "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee "Seminoltj
"i' 1 1. I to draw their Atlanta and east of New Orleans. Ladles'. Aid Society meets every Wednesday ,, !
t \141 ', own conclusions. After : The subscription price of the Weekly at 3:00: p. m. Everybody!: welcome at our church North-Bound.
: '\ J I I.J all, this may be mere report for the of. Citizen Is $1 a year, and that of the services.
:\Ii Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
) ;" : lice is described as being a very discreet Dally Citizen $8. We will supply the 1'.111. C. EAD8 Pastor. From JACKSONVILLE' FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and ThnmlaJ
; I'' 1 i "M: institution having no outward and visible AYEB'S INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE: and the From CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays Wednesdays. and roil',,,
,r f' f $ .; sign of existence -London Telegraph. PUts Promote Good Digestion. Weeklv CItizen! tnlrofhar inn *'> fVl ni the For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily pgsn)
t't'f J PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
'," r.,'t, ; r(..::1I.'t. INDIAN RIVEU,ADVOCATE and; the Daily SouthBound.Steamers .
''' .
Services Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 7.30p.m.
''i Citizen for $8.00. A specimen copy of Sunday school every at 9.45: a. ...., Ch..... Gardner are appointed to sail from tier 20, East River New York, at 3 p. m., as follow, I
pear and finally .
Boating the a
) on Cwjrunl It1..r.In deputation from the either the Daily or the Weekly Citizen Supt Prayer meeting on Wednesday. eveningat For CHARLESTON C., Mondays Wednesdays and FrlilJ,
the full. of 1805 I set forth again Hanes nearly mobbed him in their ef can be obtained sending a postal card 730. The imhlio are cordially invited to attend For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Krlda.j,

I. with another companion thia time going forts to get their money back. As a to the office of the Citizen, Jacksonville. our services.
H. M.
GOODKLL Pastor.
{ ,
1 up the Cuyuni river. We took a matter of fact, the Roentgen rays eventually Florida. Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .
i r small] outfit. A prospector's first duty cause hair to die by drying the -

', 1 ut Georgetown is to obtain a license from skin with a peculiar kind of "sunburn." A newly discovered West African but BAPTIST CHURCH. ( BARY LINE)

? the colonial government. lIe must en- A discoloration of the skin was discovered terfly spins a cocoon which resembles a The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer

!, 'i + ( gage his men for four months and advance on the neck of a man employed by mask made for a human face. morning Preaching and every evening.second Prayer and fourth Meetings Sundays every CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .

', P them from $5 to (8 per man. scientists as a subject for demonstrating Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday W. A. SHAW.Is .
School 9:48 Also
1 p "Their wages are :3 shillings a day the rays, and examination: revealed a Aching Joints ing first every Sunday Sunday at LaGrange at : /a.lO.; Second Sunday preach appointed to sail as follows:

<(about half a dollar in our money), and marked discoloration of the skin on the Oak Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend Leaves Jacksonville, 3:30: p m, Sundays.Tuesdays. and Saturdays. for Fahtl
entire exposed: side. B. A. GEIOKB Pa tor. Banforil.Enterprise!: intermediate landings on the t.John a Hiver.
'I .jI' their rations, like the wages are regulated His clothing had Announce Leaves Sanford tf.UO a. ui., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays for Jacksonville.
: by the government. A prospector been no protection against the searching the presence of rheumatism
{ rays.-&n Francisco which causes untold suffering. l heu- SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NOltTliliUt\
the Argonaut
w !m on Oaynni usually employs from matlsm is due to lactic acid in the blood. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Read down. Heart up.

ei- r nye to ten coioreu laborers liy steamer Green It cannot be cured by liniments or other Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, in new Leave 8.30 p., 10. ........ ................. Jacksonville......................... Arrive 3.,11I t I.
( fPal he proceeds from Georgetown to the Eseqnibo In Plant*. outward applications. Ilood's Sarsaparilla North Tltiisville. Children's .. 8.45 p. m. ........ ...................1'alatka. ....................... ... Leave U.CO p.SOOp.
The chemical by which catechism at 3 .. 3.00 a. m. .... ....... ... ....... .. Astor.................. :.......... .. .
!1 J Iji river and a few miles above process the purifies the blood removes the p. m.REV..J.F.O'HOYLE,Rector. .. 4.30 a... m. ........ .. ..............St. Francis........................... 1.<11I1.
1 the junction of that river with the Onyxmi green color is produced in the leaves of cause of rheumatism and permanently .. 1.30 a. m. ............ ............ Bere ford ........................... II 12(10( 01
plants is almost .. 8.00 a. ........ ......... ......Blue ;
) he arrives slat Bartaca Grove entirely dependent upon cures this disease. This Is the testimony Arrive 8.30 a:, :: ........ :... .. ......: .. SpringsSanford ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 110 9ma; )! 1..
( a British gold situated There light. The substance to which the leaves of thousands of people who once Why will you buy bitter nauseating 9.20 a... m. .......... .... .... .... ...Enterprise.. .... .................. I. 11.301.
t alit lie: engages a boat with a captain who owe their green color is termed chloro suffered the pains of rheumatism but tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill ......... .... ............So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)........ ....................12:80 p.Can' .n
51iS tA pit steers phyll. It is similar to wax; and floats who have actually been cured by taking Tonic Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
l ; a bowman who stands at the
bow to avoid rocks and four about in the cells of the leaves in the Hood's Sarsaparilla its great power to Your druggist is authorized! to refund Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
1 boatmen
form of minute act upon the blood and remove every the money in every case where it falls to
unless he has granules. Light is In.
i enough laborers in his dispensable for the Impurity Is the secret of the wonderful cure. Price, 50 cents. 23-10-97 J. A.LUSLIE,Supt. Jso.L.HOWARD.Fla. Fr't Agt. F.M.IRONJII01'lOEB.JR.,}'la.I'I8I.Ai
party to dispense with! the boatmen. It formation of this cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla.To JACKSONVILLE FLA.

takes from 14 to 20 men to man one of pigment, and in the absence of light the TUKO. G. EOOJW,T. M., A. J Cots, General Passenger Agent M. H. CLYDE, A.T.Jl
f,, these open boats. The government; cells of plants are unable to secrete or -FAITHFUL MEN OR 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
1 regu WANTED,
prevent the of the subcutaneous
hardening
form it -
lations compel a prospector to hire a -Chicago Times-Herald. to travel for responsible WAI. P. C.LWDE; A CO., General Agents,
tissues of the scalp and the
I' captain and a bowman the former's obliteration established house in Florida. Salary 5 Bowline GreenNew York. 1* So. Delaware Av., PhOadelpblj
of the hair which
Telephone Wire In Storm. follicles $780 and expenses. Position permanent.
1 ''wages, being/ fixed: at $3 a day and theIbowman's Telephone wires seem to have an im cause baldness, use Hall's Hair Renewer. lieference. Enclose self-addressed

iii at $1.50.-Thomas Dalgleish portant influence in preventing/ light. stamped envelope. The National Star MALLORY
.; in Century. ning from striking, according to the investigations A married woman's description of an Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2,07Samples STEAMSHIP LINE.

\S; 'I' Artiaci.1 Fuel. of the German telegraph ideal man Is a picture of the kind she

'IFI"t i I ''II I Anthracite briquettes have heretofore department. Three hundred and forty didn't get. of "Palntoff" may be had Florida, New York,

towns with telephone systems and 500 at the ADVOCATE office free of
I 'Ii-' tailed as fuel because the material has charge. Philadelphia and Boston.
.t. t : never been used in a sufficiently finely towns without them were under obser "I had a poor appetite and little
4 .+ 'I i J 'I' divided state. vation. In the former the lightning strength; I began taking Hood's Sarsa Sailing from Itrnnawlck Ga., direct to New York
According to a new In.
( l struck three times parllla and It gave me an appetite and tMJ .
'Ill :'i vention anthracite small for every hour of PASSENGER SERVICE.
coal or duff,
made me feel : A. E. Al-
j. J 1'1 is passed through a disintegrator which storm ; in the latter five times. More bury Planter Fla.strong.-rll. RUBBER JTAMPSTL'KPII WHVNQTHAVEYOIJVVQRK Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "At
': t: f will deliver it in snob a condition that over the violence of the lightning was DONE BY QUICK RAIL" F. C. & i'. R. K. Thursday onl.4:1101.n. ArrhBrunflwick
t I
7:30: p. m. 'Passengers going at once on boar
1J o' $j' Jit will much less in the former oa. ell. I r.ni< lll CHEAP AND A RELIABLE
1':1: pass through a sieve of at least Heaven helps the man who thinks he steamer.
JJ1,,::1+ ct I t:, 20; wires per linear inch a finer condition can dodge enemies by trying to please BRASS FIRM. STEEL DIES, WAX Through car without transfer Jacksonville to Brims*'MPKOPOSKD
: SEALS. BRASS CHECKS.BIGGCSTPLAN..-
IJf being preferable. It is then mixed PADDOCK AND TRACK. SAILINGS r
.It I ,.' \ with say (6 per cent of equally finely eves body. Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:30.il.m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Bruniwlc I!

,I ,f I powdered pitch and the mixture is Over 200 horses have entered the 2:30: STEEL ',p Friday Oct. 9......... ..................COLORADO: ... .... .. .. ....... .. "FridayOtt.I I
t j i'"' list this a ? Friday. Oct. 10......_ .... ... .. ...........RIO GRANDE.. ..... ..... ...... .. Friday, Oct.
I 1 'II passed on to a pug mill wherein say, year.Ilattie [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any 6111M0g, woalia. IN THE SOUTH'' Frlday(1et. 23... ......................COLORADO... .... .... .........,...Friilay, IMrHaJ" .
e 't' \ t, (J per cent of coal tar or a liquid hydrocarbon R. by Bobby Bums, has job printing you need.] Gessoes n.rwre )' Oct. M... ......... ..........RIO GRANDE....... .... .. .. Friday, V>v,
4 'i i +f I is incorporated with the mass. her reduced Friday Nov. 6..... ............. ., ...... ....COLORADO.... ...... ...... .... ....FridayNor.I II
t record to :a a ::17;.. ,_.
I J l' !h.I),; The mixture prepared in this way isi,1 -- ------ For general Information, steamers trains, rates etc., apply to anv railroad nitentorto
1 >t 1;, heated Dick Hubbard :2l2y: is one of the ->..P. MURPHY Agent, Fernandina F{a. CIIAS. DAVIES! ,Agent aSo W. Bay. St.Jiicksom!
lfj by steam and
superheated
J f II compressed best race horses out this year. H. II. RAYMOND,General Southern Agent Brunswick 0...
: \ fI'l'\ into briquette molds at a pressure C. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River and 302 Broadway. N. Y.
)I I ; lt of about two tons inch. Dr. McCoy of Kirk wood, Del., boughtthe
( per square Things to Make the Thoughtless Think. -
<
: r. j, I smokeless, they may be gradually. heat. The clothesline trotter Island Girl THAT THE RIDER OF A

I ''I r '." ,J I ed to about 800 or 900 degrees O. It is 3:19: -is the fastest of the get of Hylas. ................. ..................................... .......................... ......... ..... A Boon to Florida !

\ Yi :' claimed for these briquettes that each John E. Turner's old race mare AbbieV

.. ; I 'f 1 cake.. separately in the furnace that 3:103: ", by Aberdeen, has been bred KEATING :a ICYLE 1

i t tJ/I/I' "'1' they are not damaged by rain and that to Governor Bentou. ........................................................................... ... ................
: I they are hard enough to bear
,I tipping The green pacer, Slippery David by Enjoys his trips more than other riders
'b 1. : .J': from Water Works for Your Homes
(i a wagon or from sacks.-Mew Alleotns. has been purchased by W. s. BECAUSE ,

I f j 'f'I ;,, i York Ledger. Gilbert Kingnrille, Me. Ills wheel is lighter. The long chain gives easy move- ,

j Ii 1 I They IH Not llmutlfy. Charles Nolan's brood mare Lady ment. The polish of tho beatings aids that glidethateasy Etc. under your own Control 1

I I" The Roentgen rays are a failure as Alert :2:243:: <, boa a fine flhy by her glide-that pleases ,

I 'i.: boanti flora. A Frenchman who had side at the Round-wood farm. Art Catalogue 4ct. In Stamps.

t I Ii; !! .' heard that persona exposed to the newly Twenty-four stable won |500 or over KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke Mass.

I 111, discovered rays found that it caused at the Latonia meeting M. F. Dwyer -.r YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
f
'I. .i'' their hair to fall out advertised himself heading the list with nearly 914,000.
I
1 I I as a "beauty doctor." with the extirpation Major T. S. Dickinson has purchased ,. THE REST.

:1. ; I of superfluous hair on the face as Bertolus by Pautolus of Bert Harmon ;

1 I !j his great specialty. lie immediately Wichita Kan. paying $600 for him. Used with open and driven wella
; 'f was visited by wallY fair clients who Cordelia
a bay mare by Ashland
<
I i wished to e relieved of their "soft, Wilkes in the stable of Trainer Jarvis springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

b ;! silky mustaches," Mild he coined money an air delivers
of Kansas ia said to be a very fast pacer. pump the water allover
:]I for uwhile. But the hair did not disap-
I I your house with pressure. No cost
W r 3
vi: c j --- _._-- ---- -- SEE THAT CURVE. to operate. No windmill or overhead

tank. Simple and durable. .
:::I.: _

i 1 Get Many thousand dollars Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S y

-- ADVOCATE, or toBearing Pneumatic Water Works
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worth of valuable articles -- System -4

i; Yo u r suitable for Christmas FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow &: Co., for either or Domestic Pabdc Purpose l

,1 Dearlnir, Parslow & Co., ) :

Christmas gifts for the young and I (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA FLA. AH.PaastowMoa. "a. ., 7vaea.

,' old are to be given to :
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. -- -
.,- -
-- ,
j rti Gifts' smokers of Blackwell's ______ .

Genuine Durham To- A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We "Your Health

Free bacco. You will find purchased in January last the Immense stock: of Pianos, Organs, sheet i And Your Families"
it, music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out

one inside each the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full Every one Is familiar with RIP C
i coupon line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbnry Piano Winkle's famous drink I it i
We have the following pianos which are worth from 9100 to $200 more than we toast. If you wli
two ounce bag and two ask for them : our whiskies brandies, rums or .

t'i' 1 Conover.. ,style K, .. ....$.lflO | Haines Bros,. style. II.mah..................$2oo>> purchased from It is doubly pleas*"''
inside four .. us.
coupons each BlackwellV ;f >. aw! Schubert, i*......................... 275 tW1
A Jeb .................. .._ .. aim Malcolm Love _I.................... !2 00 for the reason that you are certain of
c i ounce bag of Blackwell's J.wal......................... am Steinway eb..................... 300 for itself'
... M.eb......................... 4 m Everett eb..................... I'JSKlngaburjr : quality and their flavor speaks
'1 Durham. Buy bag of QiRiint A u K.wal........ ................. 323: ityle B eb...................... 328 If imitate Rip and hunting or 1I.1i'
: McCammon style S3,wal.. ........... ...... amf4 : A.b........ ............ Soo I you go 11'11.'
.. IK, man.....?... ........ son Knabe Grand ............... 2110to ing these cool days let us fix you up
this celebrated tobacco T,wmi..M......... 1175 BtuyveeaatNewshy: ,.................., ITS / .
to .. 7.eb...................... :9MHalne ebwal.....".............. ana ... a supply of refreshing drinks.
Mj1 and read the [ Bro, e.b..................... aim : A KvansJu. eb. ................. 12S: .
oC.va1D U RHA I .. .. .. 8..b....................., ITS 11(.Star eb.............._...._. lloloo
.. ..
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which.gives a list 3, malt..Ie Monte, o :a: .6. S. B 0'.
Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and L Ct4: t3Z 0

uable? presents and how' put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re DKAUCKS Uf _
funded. We furnish a stool scarf instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack -1n.e::
\ k 't'.J-o get.them,, .( sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. wines a1.d r..1.Q.Ors:

FRZYZR A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Hercules Malt Tonic, ms
1 per eaes; Clayton & RuU Wild' Cherry: Brandy, 9M per esse.
ll 124 E: Street Jacksonville Fla. >
1 -Torsvth 417 4 419 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, J.L'4,







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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 11. 1896. 7ElOTEJLS.
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PLATE. LInda, Who boa raced well on almost I
THE FASHION every western track, hoe developed in- : T'S'LOILInA:: ;

to a confirmed sulker .
and
will -- --
: be --
trimmed re- -- -- -- --- ---
feetet bodices and ribbons are with charmingementorie tired. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM. '

The races at the San Jose (Cal. ) fair
toIfeclo on have been culled off because the various
yelloW eatinnB andnthearound waist events did not fill to within $3,000of
l the amount of the C. B. KNOTT Gen'l Superintendent.
books routhf nois i yon the left aide or in the purses offered. at

hafk. lie Knew lie M'a,. ItIt A 9 4 e ; Blur 1 e
ChIlDS eable effects still appear among "What!I" shouted: the indignant congressman l5i a sy ST. AUGUSTINE,

velvets' satins. silk and wool opposing the pet' scheme of a Alcazar,
Alts
notwithstanding their brother member
etc., during the considera
tare''"
DIll JOS. P. GREAVES, ManiiRcr. :
of favoritism. tiou of the river aud harbor bill. ;
long limit Open November first toMny| tiist. I
beautiful wedding toilets inyonte "What! The gentleman from Graball tCasino

Very XIV style arc made of heavy district vrauts an appropriation for the 4' '. .l
mow brocaded with white satinlowers I improvement of Mostlymuddy week Si w & M '

white and foliage. I does he? Why, Mister Speaker! I know ty"Jiw" fT c SS* A. M. TAYLOR, SlIpel'intenolcut. :i

short jacket effects still continue that gash in the earth; I've seen that Swimming Pool. Russian and Turklnh Baths.,, .'. '.
The with the much liked varia- streak of mud ; why, I've seen cows HOTEL ROYAL PO1XCIAXA, ,
IO appcarr them double breasted all stalled in the middle of it at high tide. I
tton of making of the way down.' Yes, sir, Mister Speaker, I can jump PALM! BEACH, LAKE WORTH. Ponce de Leon .J.

of a portion jackets in black ordark half way acrost the dodgasted goldarn- OPEN JANUARY TO APRIL. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. O1LLIS MURRAY, M.magorft.: ; ,.L j'/" .,
natty '
Many of the with plaided taffeJ ed cow" trap at Its mouth. Open January: to Apill. .,.
Colors are linod' inpaler "The gentleman is out of order," observed 'UKD SrhHHY, Manngcr.THE 4
in clan patterns or Cordova
silk either gay fawn the speaker, interrupting the _.- 1 i
shades of cream and bed violet orator."I Rooms only. Open during February and Mauh. (1\ ,
and old) rose, gray know I am, resumed the indignant ,. '''1OItMO I

The reps of the new winter velours congressman. "I know I am, Mister D. I ; .'
,re ranch softer and richer surfaced' Speaker, and if.I wa n't I could ', .
The ,
Ormond ,
than formerly, but their chief distinmushing jump clear acrost ,the duru bunted, flyspecked (I
feature' is found in the very old ANUHRSOX \ .
muUlOle.Truth.. a a & rillCi Managers! a I
beautiful combination of colors effected y Open December to Apill. ,

the weaving. I
iu A Legal Definition. '"
Quaint, demure little bonnets are t 1 19f1t1r4 PALM: BEACH, I i
of shirred repped or china. silks Offspring/ -Pa, what does fee simple < i. j

in made fawn, gray heliotrope, dark green mean Pa-It's? the fee Royal. I Poinciana_, \ fK. u'\ f i

and black, and the odd little crowns are minister when he a man gives to the 0 r FRED STEKUV, Manager.! : ( ,/: ( ''
trimmed round with loops of gray grosgrain I! gets married.Boston 1s" Open Januaiy to A pi'II. "", : '. '
Transcript.
or satin ribbon jeweled bucklesand .": 1
bunches of violets wallflowers I -,
close I Helping: Them Out. Palm Beach Inn i
.
or naatortinme.some % "Is Nora "
really going to leave?
FILED: STKltUV; Mnnagcr. _
,
show the
of the new gowns
"Yes but she said she would give us Open December to May. ')
waist and skirt decorated with rows of a certificate of good character. "-Chicago >, \., ,
mohair or hercnles braid the bodice Record. ',:.,.'... ""I ,

closeJy'fitted! but seamless in the. back, > r Palm I Beach Casino, tlh'.': ?\V': :;ta.. ..
and back finished with a grad-
front
the ',. fl ti
A. WATSON, Superintendent,
uated box plait, and then the entire HOTEL ORMOND, t+alt Water Swimming I'ool., Suet: DIthlngi"-/i" ;; ,;
waist nearly covered with rows of the Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof .'
Hotel. OUMONIONIHBIlAI.1KAX. 'ltohlug; Leone Ocean Plel'.j.,?
braid put on in various forms, but often I ... ,I
simulating a bolero jacket.-New York Accommodation: for :30):) guests. Hates, $:i per day and upwards. MIAMI,

Poet ___. Hotel Geneva Open from December until Apt II. Royal Palm .. .

ANnEltRON & PiticK, Manageis. .
SILK.The JI. W. MERRILL, MRnll l'r. :
Cor. For ytJ. and Cellar Sis., -- -- On Biscayne Buy. Open January 1, 1t'lli.!) J
supreme judges of the United ., .
-IJacksonvllle. Fla. Fla. New York Office 26 Broadway.
States wear gowna of black silk. WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge,

The inner fibers of the cocoons are Modern Improvements, Baths, etc., on Send to general! offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of tho East; Count. .'.(
Every jdloor. Oas and Electric ?
much finer! than those of the outer layers. Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically Pleasantly located near the largo hotels. Large airy rooms. Qoucl Table. -- .. .. .. -- - -- M !

Silk thread fabrics were brought from and Elegantly Fur- Pino filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per week.
southern Persia and India to Greece as nished. .'. '.' Hotel 11acthe o
The
January::: 1
early as 825 B. O. Rates per Day from 2.00 to $3.00. J. J. WHITE, Propi'iotor. ,1894JACKSONVILLE

Some naturalists say that no insects KI.OHII A.
except the silkworm feed upon the Weekly Rates on Application.
leaves of the mulberry.The Special Kate for the Summer NOW OPEN'.... -'" :In the center of the city, on :Main Street, tho dlvlcMnn line between east and went
one block from Bay Everything; : entirety now. Elegantly furnished throughout.Superior ,
silkworm is liable to peculiar ED. L. OWENS
a Prop.
Cuisine nail JSuivlee. Una Meets nil tialux. 'I'l'mm 4U.AO: per' day and
disease culled "the reds," indicated by the week. N. L WARD)
HoteL upwards. Special rates by 1'ropilotor.
pink splotches tin the body. It is sup- New Rockle.dge ,

posed to be caused by indigestion. HOTEL __ ___.n.__._ __ _ __ -.- ___- __ ____
Among the coronation presents of COQUINA x

Queen Elizabeth, a list of which is still -J. A. IIAPPERSETTE.INRI .
preserved, two pairs of ilk stockings Open December 3rd.ORMONDBYTHESEA. ::::ON INDIAN RIVER::::

are found. They were sent to her from J :RIVER: ::CTEI.I: : .

Spain. ..+. 1- J ock: ed.ge., Fl.orid.a.\.... .. ...........,'........,'.......,'............\
The rearing of silkworms and the ; ; .. c;
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production of silk during the years before FLORIDA.SURF II. E. BE\tIS] M'gr., Sfohonk Lake: N. Y. '\, \ 1=: \: :J JI TITUSVILLE
the Revolution promised to become .' (!!-; .) j .j.I. I;':'t one of the most important industries of ,:,' ," '. r, M4 /It.'Tua,1iIIt1t"'j Indian Itivoi- ..'.
BATHING AND DRIVING an 6 I ,: \ l' .
America. A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. .'1;:>( ,,r. I Fin
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The year 1286 was rendered notable Specialties at Ormond. P lo ".'!'. SWA.'f' ; I 'I :
,
In the Orange grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- oJ : -
of silk fabricsby
history and silken aN .
.: : :; y ys
address
B3 For Circulars, J J. A. HAPPEliSETTE<;
the fact that at a ball at Kenilworthsilk passed. Prices model ate. yo.: ;: ,
mantles were worn by some of the SEISER & PINING Managers A! SfA.VAOEll. .11'
ladies presentIt Ir Send for Illustrated circulars H. P. SHARES, 1""r/ Iti( n li t" ,.. !:.

is noted in the annals of Charlemagne ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. Proprietor, New Haven, 'onn. ,!" .. g ter- : t: !f',.1"' .); OIU'U11 The Year.

as a great occurrence that he "" ,1 '/l10'm'' 1K'I ., I :J ;:r II'' fl1 _
kilt: a contemporary king a present of t \ -'.'" ", A; ; I r" f'f'1m' '
1' '
two silken gowns as. the most valuablegift ln..wb. ; ,lff.., II m Only a ml nut en' '
INDIANOLA HOUSE. i i nl 1 fJ fJI'i
he could ,", "''" walk from Italian ,
confer. The Plaza Hotel. '!< p '! 1\1'\ Hallway: F FI
The thread on the cocoon of the silk- '\ !1'1"I'i- j J '1''a r 11jr; ,n p,i, I tlj; :@ Q "I"I sand l Steamboat: land K
,, ,,! '' r "I' I lugs.rr .
worm is not wound around and around, IYuM "I'U i ; M 'I.(+ al I \ ; 1Ch\ / 1 I
; )u ;:;; .III.H ly Oil the hanks of
; the
t'1If1r.
as here might and there be supposed: but irregularly .....Indianola is on Merrills Island...... @J .;:r ,, ':-\1tJt t.- '. :.!" II.!:'" w .* IIU-rlml611lnflllll1 ItIver.'D'N'DJIn. .
as the worm moved his
head to and fro within his self made Four Miles North of Rockledge. :: \' : 7W :I.A.N: : ..A.GEJJ.IlIJN'T.: :: .' .

house. Rockledge. I loricla _.. .. !',
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Until after the sixth: century of our LARGE Sunny ; ,. .,
era all silk rooms, all looking on
imported from the east to
the west was valued at its weight in Indian River. Good home table. STANTON HOUSE. :
gold. The silken goods were put into ..ON' :INDIAN:: : RwInR.: {
Pure: soft drinking water. Sailing, rowing <
one scale, and enough gold to balance
\them was placed in the other.-St. fishing and hunting. Will meet t D. J. JONES Proprietor. .

Louis Globe-Democrat guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian lllvcr. Every modern Convenience. R -; a 4

TURF TOPICS.The them to and from house free of charge. Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and hiving. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog ;.:.

Rates: $t.60 per day, S. H. PECK:, Proprietor.Also '
track at Readville is fast Families. 1
D
$S.OO per week. "
The two minute horse is in eightFlying Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel, d,
Nig will probably be raced Address: Two Minutes Walk from Central
next with capacity for .TOO: guests. :
year.
G. W. SCHUYLER, Depot, I
Eyelet,2:16y: -- - -- --- J'
isa8-year-oldPacer by Indlanola, Fla. -- ./::
Gambetta Wilkes. CHATTANOOGA TENN.Travelers' .

for Robert J may be trained next year ...Hotel Algonquin... -
a faster mark.

William Woodard, the driver of Land HOTEL MELBOURNE, FORMERLY LYNN'S HOTEL
lord 1 3ie: >i, is 73 years old. Iotel. -
There is ,:.
said to be a. very fart 2-year-

old 1 .by Anion 2:075: at the Forbes MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. ___ GONOUIN q

Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.. .
In a steeplechase at Windsor the other Open all the year round. Good Fish- _
day six horses started and but one finished Rates
,
and Yachting.
Ing, Hunting 31 -I'i = Y7
Caprice, 3:13: %. by Kentucky Wilkes, 2.50 and upwards. 4f-'ji<$l; xai- I JtsAC.ti;.""I cr.lM'J' rn ru.SY. I ,J This Hotel is now under new management
will ih llil"t II. aM l .1 W..MM L 4tl xr, von uu Aiwa iU 6 ; .l un ,
be retired at the :Miw.: C. J. HKCTOK.WANTED w
; close of this cam- Proprietress, r- 5Tyw
PaJgn. *** and has been renovated
Sam Hildreth 5> jTir; thoroughly throughout. -
is going to take CashPwgn r.
Day to California. for the winter FAITHFUL MEN OR
cam- SSsfearadfe! ? IHSBrfl
to travel for responsible K
established house In Florida. Salary ==__=: -
a.Heir at Law, 11 the fourth s
: 2:09U, *780 and expenses. Position perman
no performer to the credit of Mambri- ent. Reference. Enclose IIelf-addret4.sed Him meet all Train, 'and Electrlo Curs pass door. Hath room and all

Ring.Slavonic. tamped envelope. The Natlonal,. (ar Convenience on every floor. ,
bliss Russell's I Insurance Bldg., Chicago.
pacing son. '
hyln6lVllkee .A.11 the "Year.- t
has been turned out for -Open..
tae season. '
.
George NATIONALHomeSeekers_ Rates-Amerlcan Plan, $2 to $2.60; European BOc. to $ t.OO. \
W. Gravel, who owns and
drives U Colbert, 2O9y, by Onward fs Special Rates by the Week. :,i;

I Jobn year old. REAL 'ESTATE EXCHANGE. New Furniture and Fixture Throughout. Electric Bell in every room. FINLEY & MORROW, Proprietors. h'

\the equine li' Gentry has lately been calfed Fronting the old Slave Market and I'laza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine .
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mel of Apollo-and the Beau Brom.e : Ocean View. All white help. Rates. ':J. turf.

e>Seven Pwfprmew eligible to the glow 'Exchanging ,Prop for Property of what.B JUte Sample Room. )L W. KATMAN ST. \"Ut'IITIU Proprietor:. "LA., I :aO'I'EI: :: :I 'CONOSrZY, ,

e Send Description ,
the opening,, elf UM present Specialty.
year have entered the *:l Urtw -' ya. have, and what you want.MALABAR .' .. MIAMI FLORIDA. f _
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b ;,5 String a MI & Hiokok will Indian River :FLORIDA.C. rdb the ADVOCATE, Tttontlnj. *- -Tbe Walton Rapid Calking Machias'Ifs Perfectly new hotel with all modem Improvements' Located'" on park, pate
,
Ea.ae .... a' ,ro [Rem r iiI Mock from Hotel Royal Palm oommaadlng splendid view of BlaearnBay..' Rates
C. CARROLL TlQ doe all kind of Job pri (five one, $6 J_Nor two, $10;No sluM,, .
_'8hcb.). .thJq. t7-r": .",: f' Real )Ee1ete. ,eat. ILl a.bar., of Jroot.w..k.1': C I ..IU, .,.. ; M" par. day. and upward. Hpaclal eats by week or month., I 'J.t,, .,.'. ',.....


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,.ill! I t "'i For Sal) connection with town matters Highest of all in Leavening Power--Latest U.S. Gov't Report

(", ,,1 ''!)!,!Ij "i iI Miss\ Grace Gilbert visited her friend THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO

I Common mid fancy ]pineapple plants. Miss Wilkinson, at Hockledge, last week.
,, 'Forty ncrpn to select fiom. Lemon and Bakins ,
f I Near & Taylor will return here afterfinishing
other ciliiiH trees,
It" VAI
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work on a well at Indlanola.
r : HOI.MKH Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
JAMES
w I and sink another t-Inch well on the yardof
'ii'' Jensen, Fla. G. F. I'aildinon.
.,
t t.t !" PowderABSOI.IJTEILY LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We
Miss Maud Taylor] came down from .
;id Lund For Sale.Ifi Cocoa last Saturday, to spend Sunday

with her parents, returning on Monday'strain.
,),. : ;:' I Lot at Myers, FU., and 80 acres oft PURE have for sale a large list of carefully!
pj// I Band: on hawthorn Creek, near Myeis. _n___
,p We -----
to learn that the -
I ;dj.J are pained genial selected Indian River Properties.
+!" r t .. ]; S.THOMAS, Miami, Fla. and companionable Stanley Jones la meats friends being present. Mr. Thos. Mitchell -
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j.I'' ?10.1'w.", ) about to leave us Our good wishes go The candy booth In the hand of Mrs brother of the groom acted as Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast ZiTI
d i with him wherever be goes, but we don't Oeo. M. Bobbins best man.
assisted
:', For by Mesdames Canal and Transportation Co.
Charter.
) I IJ' see how he can get further away than K. F. Hall and S. D. Geiger, did,quite a After receiving the congratulations of
-- Melbourne. Abem t good business. It fitted those present, the happy couple took
II : was
C.A.rv.A.L:
j up very; LANDS.Florida
I f .i 'The fIne sloop] Yankee Doodle can be Messrs. Kobblnn Gaulden and nicely. their departure the same day for Cocoa, .
Judge
1 I 1 I j .''M chartered by the day, week, or month; Jones, of Tltusvllle; S. F. Travis, of Mesdames J. O. Walton and Louis A. where they will reside for the future, a Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa .t Key West Railway Compo
J I t' anywhere between Ormond and Miami. Cocoa, on his launch Evelyn] and Manager Brady presided over the well-arranget number of their friends being at the Lands. DUston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
It *I' :* Good accommodations for ladies. For Uemis of the New Rockledge hotel, fancy work and apron stall .an efficient station to bid them adieu: and other Low Priced Lands. "*
I : further pattlculars, write to Rocktedge with his manner. Nearly all the supply of pretty The bride has a host of friends on
a large party on ;
," 1-H I ;t': 01 CAPT. GKO.: Cook, fine launch, were among those noticed things was disposed of and every apron Indian River, and her quiet, unassumingways : Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
J Titusville FIat bas found
and sweet nature many
( in town the was &Old.The .
Tuesday, attending Sarno
t I "y. ale.] culinary department was under admirers, who will miss her greatly: from Titusville. Florida.
:;, : : the supervision of Mrs. C. F. Fischer, their circle; while the groom is a well-
'I,II .'i'' : I ORANOELEMOolanIIORAPICFnUITNUJI.' !' The Sarno sale took place last Tuesday and the oyster stows sent out from her known business man of many excellent
: I variation. Including the famous Ilneappln, the whole property bringing :5,000over excellent.A qualities, being associated wl th Mr. E. P.
1 "I Hart's T rdlfT, Parson Brown Llnlionand quarters were pronounced
f Orange; and above the mortgage. It Is Porcber In the shipping business during
..' 'p. : Villa Krunoa Lemons; March Beecllennomelo very enjoyable feature of the even- The NewSelden
.a .J. III l at the. olil relinble Magnolia: Nuraorlea.. hoped that this fine hotel property will ing was the In charge of the pineapple season. *
.It'< *'i. "4I Also anfurnleh full line tleoliluou Cock.. ,soon be opened by some competent hotel Mr. Geo. M. Robins and his son Rufus; The ADVOCATE joins with many othersIn
'" ,j 'r Special rates freight(given: to point outn.J. man who will make of it the it and Mrs. Mitchell a long
i 'J'I e success while Mr. Robt. Pentland's recitation wishing Mr.
I W. &' K. I>. WAITE,
tt i < kn I I merits. The mortgagee, Mr. DeUrauw, life of connubial bliss and prosperity.A .
a. *"" was well leceived. Door
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novB-janO Ilellevlew, FIa.t
| ---- -. --.------ was the purchaser. Mrs. W. M. Drown'uted also in the Cypress Company]
t We are pleased to learn of the nuptialsof capacity of cashier, and handled the LARGE STOCK OF TOYS has Just ,
our old friend Early Burton, of money like a First Lord of the Treasury.Mrs. arrived at Mrs. Reynolds, including
,'fc1Is( Lavonla, On., and Miss Nora Edwards, T. T. Wetmore had the general pianos, carts, horses, stove outfits, carpet :PALATK.A, :F'-J.A.: : ,
'nJit I Millinery.! of Shoal Creek, Ga., which took place management of the affair In nil its sweepers, railway trains, cable Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
: November 25th:> at the last named town. branches, and everyone seemed pleasedto cars metalaphones] ninepins, horns,
Mr. Burton was well and favorably see her around again. She also successfully and a host of other things too numerous One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blin!
.and DRESSMAKING known here, where he left hosts of conducted the "Grab Bag." to mention. ,
.r r fq\ Those who attended the social
who wish and
friends Mr. Mrs. Burton reporta
f I' ;' :,; : all the success in life that can possibly] very pleasant time.Wedding and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,
I j 'jf! .. be theirs. If you need extra copies of the
j ',, J' A IIt''f' ( AoypCATK, :, you can get them at the ,And with experienced management, (covering 'a past experience of eight!
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tombes, of Ash ta- lit Titusville.On .
the
I' of Dr. Screven, or at
j'r.
I : I bula drug store years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the beerpossible !
Ohio, who were here the winter of .
'f' h stand of Mis. Eaton, Titusville.JEWELERS
I news hands. Our
I'I ,' : 1i i 1804-05, when they experienced the material and workmanship at our production will coves
:a j. freeze that then visited us, have come Wednesday afternoon, about 2:15: Doors, Sash, Blinds, :Mouldings] Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.Groceries .I
,
,((1 WI o'clock. Miss Lena E. Norwood, eldest
,
; again to visit their son, W. K. Tombes.
I 1' ',' We 1 daughter of Postmaster W. S. Norwoodand
( '. are pleased to remark, the Improve-
I ,1 I; ment In health and spirits so noticeablein one of this town's charming young
I ,)I "1.1,, r'-r'' Mr. Tombes, and have no doubt he ladies, was united in the holy bonds of E_ L_ :ee: ::c .
,
'I tl t) I I11. will leave here next spring looking ten :matrimony to Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell, of
;1S i\|:\ fl.
Cocoa, at the residence of the biide's
: t years younger. Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
I I I parents In North Titusville. Rev W. N. ESTABLISHED 1668.JACKSONVILLE Hay |
a Chaudoln, of LaGrange, officiated at the ,

Store For Kent. ceremony, which was a very quiet affair, FLA I call the Attention of the People of Indian River tQ my Stock of
only] the immediate relatives and a few
For rent, a two-story store, on best Staple Ac F'nncy O3-rooeriess! l, I i-nii
business -- --
corner in Tltusvllle. For particular -
And Food ProductsOf

J.,MARION Inquire DIXON of Tltusvllle, Fla. P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER. All Kinds Also My Stock of

Grain Bran Cotton Seed
Hay, Mcalj
and Retail
Wholesale
1tM Lecture in Tltusvllle. Ground Food and Wheat.I .

l M// 1 am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line o

Mr. Jas. A. Piyse. a Theosophist of Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and nolle)(
Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction London, delivered a lecture at the Opera Carriage Wagon your patronage. Very truly
j'' jgunianteed. house, Tltusvllle, Monday evening, to a .:::.EI. L. $R AaY.:
I fair-sized audience who listened to his Material.Dump
remarks with interest. lie spoke for and .

Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, about Brotherhood.an hour "Re-incarnation upon "Theosophy," etc.and, .. Ic==-=. dz YATE .

Tltusvllle, Fla.Roseland. and answered many questions of those
.I.If prenent. Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., etc. '
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f The Theosophical society was foundedby Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bbl I i
l\fdme. Blavatsky about 25. years ago,
and its objects are said to be the founding III

Mr. Walter Gibson has finished of a Universal Brotherhood, with- !:: a I
an out regard to creed, race or sex, with a :

) i;1 ; Ilt of oyster oysters pen,for I\nolill Mr. H.going L>. HulTner.after boat-load to view study to the ancient elevation religions of humanity and investigate and- Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co

f Mr. I.. C. Moore In. shipping quite a the unknown laws of nature. MANUFACTURERS __
: OF
: :number of omngos from his cmebratei'JFrost During the evening: the Titusville CL:> =
Proof band several] selections of music
grove played
i 4 On afternoon Mrs. D. L. Pine Lumber Mill Stuff
Tuesday 09
Cypress or Sidings Flooring
Mr. F. White butchered five of ills Gaulden gave an Informal afternoon tea .
p'ti Chester White swine. Your
,
t coriespondlOBi -
I In honor of Mr. who left for
I r" ,; can testify to the excellent quality Tampa the following Pryse,morning. Mr. Ceilings and Mouldings\ Pocking Boxes and Cr te8. Turning and Scroll Work. Dealers] STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetables. Tom]
of tie roent. orders solicited. FLA.
TITUSVILLE
,
ir 1 Pryse Is one of a of Thoosoplilsts
11' I party and'''mate..lal low Take Main street line mill and
Good work at to
prices. car
i Fish are not so numerous In the Sebns- making !i. tour of tho worM in the In- --
tlan' river as ; but still we have terest of their organisation.
I liahermen office. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
y I a great many here On Tues- Atlanta Oa.,UWk.\)
day evening three fish-boats were seen Telephone (old line) 4:1.: ;. Jacksonville Fla.
MUST SOLD make
BE to 100
dl ,cruising around the mouth of the liver space,
Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. Price
d t 'waiting/ to set their nets. Evidently this THE Ge H. HAMMOND COMPANY
+ I SH considered favored locality, and not $:J4! per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. !

4 to be Included In the law regulating flsh- Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., ,
q; f lug within certain distances of inlets, Jacksonville, Fla.
4t'' rivers, etc.

The bridge] gang have been setting up Archdeacon Drown Receives a PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
E; the bolt on the bridge, and have put In
{ the one which wns-the onuseof consliler- I ssnsoYUlI' Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, |

t 1 1 r r 'able trouble In operating the draw I'e- parishioners and Mends of Archdeacon G I'' II Salesrooms] 234& West Bay St., Thos.. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
,
: ccntly. B. F. Brown presented him and
r ) his wife with a beautiful crystal fruit Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.7Vr .
dish substantial token
BOOKS Of VARIOUS KINDS-a containing a of
nice line fur the children at Mrs.\ II.very W.Ueynolilrt. their esteem and appreciation, on Tuesday "\ ::to; Tais :for: I-ros.
j Encourage your boys and morning, the tith Inst., which was THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money.
the 15th anniversary of their .
maniage.It
I I ; Kills to lead, giving: them a taste for t
the intention of the donors
+ good literature and improving their was to
t minds hand over the above slight token of esteem Jug Trade So11o1tocJ..
I at the same tlmo. Now
to the reverend gentleman on is Your ChanceTo
'1'uesdllyevenlng, during the social Rye and (Corn per(tat...............JlWMip/ Iroquois Rye', per gal. ............ 600
... .... .
absence Tom it Hollnnil (j ln. 1.110 up Calffnrnli lueo. Cntawlia, Pore,
Eau Gallie. the Opera house, but owing to his Cognac, Blackberry, I'each anal Sherry Claret. and Angellia....* 1.00
I at a wedding at Cocoa, 1rr.Fr.. T. Apple Brandies.......... ........ inoup Bottled\eer,per dos ............. I,00 up up
I ................. .. ....... ,
Wetmore was appointed a delegate to Sioux Rye, per gal l 8.'M'( Imp. Sherries per Ka1.l 4 OO to Bin)
Golden Crown Rye, per gal. ,, 4ixi Imp. oporto Port per gal...,..4,IN)to 8 00 Start a Lemon Grape Fruit Grov
or Orange
I e Ie/llll's. Spencer and Vogel, government make the presentation, which was duly Shawnee Uye, per, gal.. ............ 5(10( Imported Glu, vergal' ..........-..00 to 6,00 ,
steamboat inspectors, were in town received and appreciated by Archdeacon Fine imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per 100 e
y f last week. Brown. and upwards. Send money with all orders. All jugs 15o. per gal extra. In order to encourage/ and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Southern! ie
i 'p Another of our regular] winter visitors Will mail complete] pries list on application. All orders will be boxed Brevard ahd Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Hallway will, during tho Ben l
-.J. .1\1. McCaslIn, of Vinton, Iowa, arrivedhoro Notice.A when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. 00 days, make a reduction of fifty ((30)) per, cent In freight rates on Nursery Steal -
over its line to points south of Tltusvllle.JAS. a
l last week, and has taken up his J. H. MARTIN 34 & 36 W. Bay St..,
lIi residence on his house-boat, moored in letter having been received from INGRAHAM' Land Commissioner, o'
,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
} ; Eau:: Galllo river ,
IL the Governor with reference to a call of

(I' :Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ryan, Michigan: the Ocala Board of Trade for a National Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit ST.'AUGUSTINE, FLA.November -
t l have come among us to stay. Mrs Ityauwlllembaik : Convention! of Tobacco Grower and and wine trade. 17, 1898.
F In the mllliuoiy business Dealers, to assemble at Ocala on Jan. r
1 12th 181)7\) a mooting will be held at the a
r ; Itev. S. F. Gove will preach next Sunday 1 ,
t Court House on Saturday the 10th Inst. -
, b ; to the Baptist> cou,.iegatlon. THE JOHNSON LAW CO. -
I at 7.:1O: n., m. to dlaauart the matter of ,
,
li An entertainment and supper will be sending tlelt'ltnteordelcjtate8Ui: said THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART levfti et\
l .given next Friday evening, at tho residence Convention it is hoped! that the people Electrical and
v of Mrs ".m. Treutler, In aid of of La Grange and Minis will attend, Machinery Supplies tel
+ tile building fund of tho St. John's aa matters of Importance will be brought
I 1r .Eplsoopalohurch. before the meeting MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR

? I ( i'' G. CAHY-ELWKS: HlRh Grade Machinery, Card i IIDGenemtors '1 rtII
The work of shelling the streets is un- Clerk. Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors
j Jer good belllvluliller the supervision By order cf tho Town Council. Co. Warren Altrenator] IIornsby-Ackroyd oil engines/ Morse, Williams: A 111
11 o' Mayor Hoem-h and Mr. Treutler. Clad.8low.SJeiMulCIALIES, > ElectrloFan 8..lngmachlne..ton.. Dental motors! If". I'hi
i1 We shall soon have as fine streets as any ------ went, modern. In design nrtS Ulrsfrheal.er.t. tory work. prices, .! street.. railway gel(

,, town in Florida. The Oyster Supper, Etc. F. BISHOP. Manager. Fully guaranteed and PJACKSOjmUJ:, TLA'

( i' John Hart arrived last week, from Salesroom l ,51 West Forsyth Bt.,Repair Shop,2039 Main! St.
; Yale, Mich., and will resume his residence The ladies of St. Gabriel's Guild gavean -
l' }t lf on his property at Ilartland. Mrs. oyster supper, ice cream social and GEORO )IAR. JOHN l\URX.
'(+ 1f r Hart: will follow later. ou. fancy work sale, In the Opera house, k.

The steamer Courtenay Is still at St. Tuesday evening, which, everything 1VI..A : : :BR: <>S.
sidered than It
p'. :Lucle inlet, waiting for a new rudder to was a bigger success was 9
I I thought It could be, the proceeds from Wholesale :
1 arrive from Jacksonville. Dealers In-
1 1 r the. various departments amounting to Made for Soil 3-inch Tread 4t'l It
+ h tt'' 'I The Messrs. Sheldon and Randall of the sum of *->8.00. I Sandy Having O-zocrIes: : :Fruit:: ': and: :Prod'u: : \ e
Boston, Mass., after spending a few days When our reporter arrived on the 131 an4 133
pleasantly In town, left for Miami and scene everything was In full swing, the FOR SALE BY Jaol, Xa Bay Street and U and I.xewaan etnet
I }. efflux Biscayna Bay points, where they succulent bivalves and delicious Ice eionville I Florida: B

win-speed a month or so, hunting and cream and oak seeming to be In great EDWARD STILING.-.... nil
;, Ashing. demand which la not to be wondered at ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITI 31otlt
The Union Sunday school will' be seeing that such charming waitresses as lPe have also a good
and
The Lumber Hardware Paint Dealer.
their
pbotegrapbed Mia Albino Egger and others lent .toot of Garden Bar.
next Sunday morning at TO
GROWER.sLet
II 10 a. m., on the church ground*. I services so obliiHngly on this occasion; rows suitable for Truck Gardener and Orange Growers 3-ln tread; ,A size-larger tabl. Returns and u* know' what you have la the way of Fruit and dV'ClI J Tlas
and Meodames W... prompt
and
M. Brown Roswell
: inre W* the beet S1 Potatoes an
suitable for Pineapple Plantation, 0-in. tread., pea,. Write "P? )
ua for
t1 Mayor Roesch made a' flying trip to Coleman being In charge, respectively i our whole..le
I Ix the county eat Tuesday, on business In of the Ice cream and cake depart- COCOA, Indian, River, FLORIDA.. I MARX BROTHERS,0" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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