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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
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System ID: UF00079909:00059
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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1 Vol. 13. USTo. N1. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JT-A.ISr.. 1 1897. Price, 5c. .

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F LOCAL NEWS It2"-" JOB PRINTING at this office. Read This Cotoamn Carefully. DEED bh.aklOc. each; $).00 per 100, at IO-W CHltlSTMAS WAN OBSERVED lays-New Year. St. YatattiM's Day :

the AWTOCATK: office. Children's DhjvFburtN of July, Tbanks't
'AjadTopIc. of General Interest. -Mr. Zeke Renaker left for Miami on LOCA. ADVTS. Tea Cents Per Line, Per ON TilE EAST dving and DUiiM-nxm--were representedy ..

M '" ,i4( ...-- Tuesday' Week, on this <( person appropriate dressed. Each 'I,:
places state-attending to ministerial put forth Ills alatm, for tae prize in eloquent .,
-Note the change of time t. the J.,
YEAR all d.trfes U in Tltusvllle.
-A HAPPY NEW to our again ternMy but the -bard-worked" and
T. A: K. W. schedule on 2nd page. HOT SODA at Chaffee Co' "
readers and their friends. : Kvarono Seems to Have Ttu roughly .
-Mr. 9f. T. Anthony and Miss Oulda perplexed committee (W. II. Goodell( ,

.;..Mr. F. T. Budge returned to Miami : -Mr. and Mrs. II. Watton, of Clifton, Anthony,. of Washington, On., have Enjoyed the : halrmnitv' ) finally succeeded In agreeing! '

this week. left for Cocoa yesterday, on short visit.\; 7 As an advertising medium, no teen In town all the week, visiting Prof. on Xn", .. a*. the best, so Santa Claus :

paper on the :East Coast can beat the I aDd Mrs. J. R. Anthony. Holidays. (Mr. JohnWalker) was crowned by '1
this -The Beauchamp lectures will begin
Attend the Soap-Bubble Party ;
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt. little JUertoSfloMe. Theparts were all "",
T1TU8VILLK. w
(Friday) veofug.I on Saturday evening at the :Presbyterian and be convinced of the pink paper's -CaA.. W. Bule, of the firm of well rendered, ,, and everything went ol'ivel'y
church. coble A Bute, came from Sowall's Christmas Day In our sprightly town
up : nicely. The !f
Captain n U. P. Paddlson has been on worth. presents given out
Point Thursday' to upend the holidays was spent in much Iho same luaauoc that "
a visit to Montlcello this week. -Supper served by the ladles of tIle ; were invroiM; but as. the small bor
Good Templar's Lodge New Year's with his family. Thin firm Is doing characterized It In former years, this laid with ui sigh t "And now we shall ,
-MIss Carrie Norwood spent the Night Jan. 1st. IIHAIIQUARTEJt8: Singer sewing; ma qllltft a good business la the fish lino. cleacust of all holidays being guncviilly have to wait n wUole year. before Xmas :.

Christmas holidays with her sister-Mrs. I chines. W. R. Knox, agent, Tltusvllle.INGER Jr. Undo returned south on Tuesday.Mr. observed by our people, with the ex,'"pLOD oonaes again"' ** '";,

Jas. F. Mitchell-at Cocoa., -Miss Annie Paddlson came up from of a few who kept their stores open J
-: Will Young who linn been
Eau Gallio to spend the Christmas holidays machine attachments employed ujlng the forenoon to enable those who BAPTIST.The ,
: supplied
Mr. John Anderson, one of the managers In the drug store of Chalice &: Co. ;
with her parents. by W. It. Knox, :;t, Tltusvllle. wUhud to finish their Christmas purchases tmtnsinera of the
of Hotel Ormond, Ortnond, has agc for Home time (past.lms ncoeptod posltlt Baptist Sunday/ -4
arrived from the north. -Messrs. R. W. Rhodes and Louis A. with Or. J. B. Screven, In biadrug store on The atmosphere during the-lil\f. school met at tho parsonage In the IItte,- .

Brady went bird shooting on Tuesday Washington avenue. He la taking a was very agreeable, being a neon on Christmas. Day, when A loiineous ;
SEND.YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit
la. ..ual and for this
back to Eau
Mrs. A. W. Sweet went as u appropriate
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and managed to bag 211: quail. short vacation and supply of refreshments was served,
to E. B. Williams & Co. wholesale fishing hunting, prior "
dallle yesterday, after a few days' stay in season of the year, and all were out each child receiving Altogether
In a present. -
stArting again.Oruber
town with her> ,mother, Mrs. Walker. -Mr, and Mrs, E. C. Dearborn and fruit and produce merchants, en South early to enjoy the bracing air. Some a vary pleasant time was spent. "'<1,
li little daughter, of Jacksonville, passed Brood street, Atlanta, Ga. See their & Orlggs now the title of u if our citizen: spent part of the day In
Halliard of
Mr. Chas. St. Augustine, through TItusville, Friday, en route to advt. on page 5. the firm formerly doing business in hooting and fishing, while others went
the
south to look
went yesterday, after Miami. ritasvllle under the name of A. 1"; living[ and boating. No services went ItOCKLKIMilC.ChiiHtmns :. .

work of dredging the Jupiter-J unlYcaoal. -To-day Is the commencement of the aarIf you need extra copies of the mber. They have a fine line of can held In the various ohurohei, the Epl*> Day was one of uninterrupted -
Mrs.',A.- V; A. Winans formerly of dies, fresh fruits and vegetables and expect opal church having their 81'0clal Xmaa.
:year 1897, but we wonder how many of ADVOCATE, you can get them at the ] 41 i'u let In Rockledge, the only .
Eden, Is again In St. Augustine where our> readers will still continue to write drug/ store of Dr Screven, or at the noun to put In a nice stock of gro- worship on the following Sunday. It mink of festivity being the Interchanging ,:.
she will the winter with her hus lerics.. was rather windy weather for wheelmen .
spend "1800." news stand of Mrs. Eaton, Tltuavllle. III gifts and visits among fainllUw and ,
band. -Mrs. O. F. Simpson end Miss Belle but that was the only slight tilecomfort rlendn. In the evening/ n delightful <

R. F. Hall has been -Mrs. E. L. Brady, after spending a of East Mitchell Atlanta apparent. The hogs. floated Party wits given At the New ltockludgtote I
Attorney spending Simpson, street, -
ALL SIIADES OF CREPE TISSUE
few days with her husband at !Miami, gaily In the breeze, and this small boy
) ln which the and
a few days at Miami this week looking 10 cents yard at ; have been stopping at the New Itock- guests nelghhorsgenerally 'I
returned to town on Monday. Mr. Brady a and the fire cracker were in their element "
the interest of the Insurance hotel for few pnitlclpated. Music wits one
after CHAFFKB & Co's ledge Rockledge, a dayH.
returned here yesterday.Dr. and reigned Good older
supreme. IIf the chief Miss Alice Chat r
companies be represents. Titusvllle Fla. They are very charming ladles, and weremuch features.
W. Ferguson of Cambridge pleased with prevailed throughout the day. field giving two vocal selections, the '
Kocklodgo. They
-25 was the lucky number In the Mass. and Mr. A. T. Feaster of this left for Palatka and other A bicycle parade. In fancy costume was, last being an encore and accompanying: \..
-'--- ----- -- ------- plnoos on .
drawing for the big doll at Chaffee &. one of the features In the morning and with piano the mandolin artistically ",
place went bird shooting so
the Methodist on.Tuesday [Send the ADVOCATE an order for Tuesday. hose caused considerable
Co'*., Christmas Day, and returned with 10 quail. any participating played by Mr. Horace 8hl1'OIi.1r.: U. "f
Sunday school securing the prize. job printing you need.] -l'rot. and Mrs.' J..R. Anthony and a amusement In their comical. dresses and 1). Smith, n guest of the hotel, gave ?

Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Masters Mark Brown and Carl -Mr. C. Arrowsmlth, of Morristown, jolly part composed of the Misses Ida antics while "going the rounds' of the Home Instrumental selections, and ..Iiidgoews6bafer ,oJ(,
Schuyler now enjoy riding their velocipede K. Bates, Leila Anthony Jeannette Pad- town. In the afternoon bicycle\ races
divine service at Cocoa on Sunday next, N. J., was in town.a day or so this week. ? entertained the audience.
and bicycle, respectively, presentedto dlson, Oulda Anthony, U. T. Anthony, were. held, Arthur Brown winning the with a humorous talk. Fireworks came ;
the 3rd lost., at 10:30 a. m. a. m. and 7 :
them by their fond parents at Xmas. Graphophone concert at the Presbyerlan Poison Paddlson and others hired the Ivo-mlle haudlniip and Ernest VanhMulnghani next on tile the Illumination
Merritt at 3 programme,
p. nv; p. m. church Titusvllle New Year's i
Yankee Doodle the one-mile The latter
sloop-yacht yesterday
-Master Porson Paddlson who has open. taking place from the launch Paul, I
-Mr. Alfred Cleveland of the Night, Jan. 1st. for.. to and back. l Ider Into .another wheel when the
one been attending the Military College at n trip Kookledge I ran >> which Iliad been anchored out at a suitable rfi
affable clerks In the late store of E. L. first and both
Bartow, for some time past has been In -Never fail to read our inside pages.$ -Mr. D. A. Blodgett, one ol our well- race was just fliiUhlug distance for the purpose, and wao&J
A Co. at Miami returned to town riders and wheels thrown to the ,
Brady will find were witnessed the assembled
' town during the past week, spending the You always something to Interest known Michigan subscribers/ lias been by group on
the first of the week. ground, but happily the Injuilus) result- \
shore. then the
Dancing occupied
holidays with his parents. you. pending the week at Daytona, /getting
-The pastor! of Titusville Presbyterian da tine winter residence In order for the lug thorolroni wore! not of tt seulMialatute. attention of (he young people, lifter .11 '
-Would that took infil-
-Capt. J. D. McLachlan, aide-camp to our people Clulstmus fostlvltlos veers the .'
which Informal
this pleasant and event
church thanks the friends who of his wife and who
re. Sir Wm. Haynes-Smlth, governor; of the clent interest in their town to keep their reception family, >rderof the evening! for the voutousSun. closed leaving happiest remembrances ,
membered him and his wife kindly have been the with
so spending
Bahamas, has returned to Nassau after sidewalks free of weeds. holidays lay schools, and below wo give n khoit with t\ who fortunate
with valuable Chrlsmas gifts. Urs.. Blodgett's slater-Mrs, Dugim, of suee were enough Ito
a. delightful -visit among relatives and -President Geo. F. Miles, of the East Atlanta. account of the proceedings" at "ach. be present .

-Miss Susie Gladwin has been spend friends> In England and Scotland. Coast Canal Co., left St. Augustine, Mon. Kl'IHCOI'AI.. .. .

ing the Christmas holidays with her -Dame Rumor Is around with for the north business -1'he many little tokens of good will taken LAGUANttE: XMAS TRICII. \
a statement day, on a trip. : The Opera housu was possession '
mother In TItusville, having returned and esteem tent Into the ADVOOATB office The above affair held In the LaGrange :
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to the effect that small ,
a steamer uf tor I ho exercises nf tills Muuduy: "
from Rollins Winter Park last -Mr. Geo. W. Scobie has been shelling Christmas several
College during friends I'
by church Chrlstma Eve attended
,
be the on was
may shortly put on run between school, and there wan n good UMHuniblage
the road in front of his residence ,
Wednesday. and Tltusvllle on were much appi'eclated. It la not often '. by quite an aggregation of people from
Rockledge connect of both old and youlu{ Archdeacon U.
the with the J. A W. Washington avenue at his own expense. I I1fr. that the newspaper man gets credit or the surrounding neighborhood and several
-Mr. L. H. Church, genial young T. : K. Ry. trains. F. Brown opened with a short' address
commercial traveler, of Orlando, who and Mrs. Geo. Paddlson, of Eau returns' for what be does, and remembrance ippropilnte to the occasion, following of Tltuavllle' young folks, who ,;

represents StulU <& Co., of Savannah, -Captain C. G. Longueutl and Mrs. 3allie, spent part of Christmas. Day In like the above are, therefore, which wile the rendering, of A pretty went out In buggies. The edifice, which .. ;,
Dawson who have been the
Ga., was In town a day or so the end of spending town with Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson. doubly acceptable uiuol by the chlldien, u duet by Mrs..' J. was prettily festooned with evergreen "..
last week. summer at Plttochry, Scotland, are againat Miller and Mist, Alblue and moss, wa tilled to overflowing; and
W. H. MoFurlund VV. bulng
,* -Mr. recently purchased EIlJtel',
Rockledge to spend the winter. The Messrs. Losley & Renaker and E. L.
at end stood the Xmas tree fairly
I -We acknowledge receipt of an invitation captain enjoyed reading the ADVOOA.TK Brady, of Tltusvllle, lost rather heavily a sloop-rigged yacht-the Keua" ono of Its pluiudng l"atllrea.I.l'SlIlJllr one under the of its toad of
. Oaulilen then molted the groaning weight
and he and Mr. E.
Bradbury having
from the Ocala Board of Trade, very much while In Scotland. In the fire at Miami. Mr. Brady will re isle bounteous for apd old. Mr. b
,I( to attend the National Convention of build. a grand time cruising in her-hunt- evlMed vviHliiti of the "Night BeforeJhiUtinns'1 gifts young
-Mrs. A. Barrelle, Boston; Mrs. Chas. Ing and (liMiting Mr. Mcl'"arUnd nays ( In spirited'' wuy, and was Tom Johnson, ar., superintended the
Tobacco Growers and Dealers to be held
K. Kenyon and the Misses Jeannette Pad -Dr. Dodsou has moved his dental here la no place like the Ipdlnn River roundly uiiplikudud., distribution of the gifts In the Inimitable
in the above the 12th of ,
city on January dlson, Leila Anthony and O'.ilda Anthony outfit to the rooms adjoining the law office country for sport. Messrs. McFnrland! The curtain being raised, revealed to witty aDd jocular way which ha. ohnrucerlzed -

-Miss Maggie Ramsey, cousin of Mrs. Mrs. Britton and Miss Mabel Roberts of Mr. R. F. Hall, on Hutchlnaon and Bradbury left for various points view the novel sight of an oltl-fanhloiiod : him on many occasion of this ..

Roswell Coleman, arrived In town yesterday were pleasant callers at the ADVO- avenue. t along the const, as far an Miami, on evergieun-bt'di'ckud brick! fireplace on kind, and which walt much! enjoyed, An

afternoon from Wyckoff, N. J., to OATB office on Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. Tuesday the stiigo. The )jingling, of belle was Intel'mllIlon: during which apples und j
-All live merchants who want to
the winter. Miss at- ex. heard and Santa Clans bags of candy were liberally dispensed'
spend Ramsey (represented by *
and Mrs. W. R. Walker-parents tend their business along the East Coast -The bal masque given at the Opera feature of the evening': +
tended the bal masque last night.Dr. Mr. W. M, Drown}, after quieting bis'prancing wa a pleasant
of Mr. John Walker-left here for Alicia are beginning to find out that the ADVOCATE house, Tltusvllle, last night (New Year's, steeds appealed' the proceedings, after which the balnnoa ot ..;

Lewis Pendleton and wife, of ]Monday, taking with them the latter's Is the paper to advertise In. Eve), was a success In nil respects, and scent, much to the, delight of the on chi the presents wore given out, making' glad .

Portland, Me., paused through Tltusvllle two boys-George and Charles-for a -We learn that the pineapple plantation was well attended. The costumes worn Irun, who were anxiously waiting with thus; hearts of many. It seemed us If' ".

Christmas Day en route to Palm Beach. month's stay. Mr. Walker came up to and orange grove at Georglana, were both well Cotton up and varied, eager hearts and wondering! minds the none wero forgotten, even n well-known .';'"
Dr. Pendleton U the regular Physician town to spend the Christmas holidays. some of them being very pretty, while nedlct-lo-ba living less than a
owned by Mr. G. II. Woodhouse, of distribution of the gifts that are so dear young ,
for Hotel Royal Poinclano.Mr. .*-M>. J. C.IIart, of Pineda, Is quitean Litchfield, Minn., are looking In line others were of a ludlcrcumorder. Masks I to them, at Xmas Their lire of excitement score of miles from LaGrange, bolng .

Grant G. Springer, owner of the ludustrous gardener, for he has raised condition.Mr. were taken off at about 10 o'clock, and was almost as soon extinguished, ihouglitfnlly remember by some good

Cocoa and West Palm Beach Ice factories nearly every kind of vegetable on his dancing was kept up until the New ,Year though, for lo t "hanta's" sack/ was empty; Samaritan with n pleasing and appropriate

passed through Tltusvllle, Tuesday, Farm. He is now planting sugar cane Wm. Barnard, representing; the We regret that lack of spare precludesour bull the "old man" could not bear to seethe token In the shape of _(well,

14: \:>n a tour of Inspection of his property. extensively. Mr. Hart has also raised a Toothpick Tobacco C., says he 1 i. already giving\ a fuller description of the children thus distressed, and raised perhaps would be as well to ask the

Ite" was accompanied by his wife, .children number of bunches of bananas during doing a fair amount of business along affair In this issue their hopes again by tolling them he young gentleman himself about It,, a*
the East Coast. Ills In
and his mother.Ulr. the season. headquarters are would invoke the aid of a fairy to help we are really not posted well enough on J'
Jacksonville. Married. him out of his dilemma lie was .a* I the subject to be able to accord It the
:
Benj. Jerome returned to Rock- Miss Williams of
Myra
Rockledge
-Dade county surveyor, Mr. Franklin good as his. word, anlln response to his I measure due.)
ledg from Jacksonville, yesterday, at who has been at Rollins College, Winter
whlchv latter place he had been to superintend Park, for some months past, stopped Sheen, passed through Tltnsvllle bride.Saturday Mr., Henry II. Dreyer, who left Tltus call Fairy flood Cheer came, when Santa CO.VCKItT: : AT Minn.
last accompanied by his He told her of his distress and she like nil
putting a 10-h.p. engine In Capt.Corbett' over In Tltuavllle with Miss Susie Glad- vllle for DeKunlalr Springs, Fl.i., a fortnight The following In the of the
his from Orlando to West fairies waved her wand and programme
was on good magic
way ,
p suew launch. The engine was win, from Wednesday. until Thursday en ; or so ago, was married to Miss concert rendered at the Methoalat
Palm Beach. transformed the bricks of the fireplaceInto
It t l purchased from Mr. Jerome.Mr. route home to spend the Christmas boll- Grace Antoinette Conklin, on Wednesday boxes and nuts church at Mlm on Sunday last i

,I ; Geo. f[. Bobbins left here, yesterday days with her parents. .-Col. D. L. Gaulden left hare, Saturday evening, December ;iOth, at the revealing also containing in a snow candy drift ninny, Anthem ..,........ .,... ....... .. Joy K. the WorM
last for Ga. for above Mr. 'Is well known
Qultman, the purpose place. Droyer Choi U
rim CoiitfMitttlon.
for West Palm Beach to' attend -For particulars the other The children
I concerning new. presents. among .
of looking after his plantation and and has a host of friends In Tltusvlllo Invnuatloa..Itev.AjD.Pellner
the banquet which was given at that 1807 model of the Globe Gasoline ) whom the Misses Clare Miller < .,
: : attending to other business matters. He who wish him and his bride a long life were ,. ....<...,.Curlntinaa' lieu -
I place last night by Mr. C. C. Chilling- engine stationary and marine, from Ij I irises Skill, Erwloa Gaulden, Jeannette Utws..i.Roberta and Mr. liritton. R tOlsnr .
worth. Mrs. Robblns horse returned home yesterday.Read of connubial Miss and prosperity. We ttetlltaU..n....... ,..........'i...
accompanied her to 125 write Benj. W. Jerome and Ethel Wilson Frankie Stewart Ada
: power, >- ..
(lw*
believe the bride halls from West Newton "HrniU" -ry '" (Jlltl nn NI. > rlimitation
husband. (sole representative Fla.), Rock- the new ad. of Paxton A Hatch, Mass.Teeth Hall, Met Titus and Mark Brown, baying -Tim Ilanke"s Cnarltv.MI.... Roberto
-The St. Augustine; Cycle Co. ha ledge. The engine in question Is said to. Rockledge, on our 5th page. .They are formed In a ring around the fireplace .'nnlC-C:.....thy Jtrmul Upon the Water ..4'MarIteortalonIayart.

the agency for the well known Victor be the safest and most reliable, economlcal : anxious for a share of your trade, and on the stage, then sang, some tongs, and -If... .Kiln., Christmas.lalll.c. ltI. and Haul MUM MlnwKjH'lUttlon
bicycle for all East Coast towns and and durable power for launches. See we believe they will be found highly Extracted Without IMIn.Editor the group' with the falling "'now," the Heuutlful tlm Little llanile...Infwil flBM
; :Mr. Jerome' advt. on 8th page.' satisfactory In all their dealings. beautiful little fairy In white and Santa, Cf- 'Ion..,.j.When t Have Tim
the Patee for Daytona. Many orders I .
Jliumle China and IlarnhM Btnhan ,, .'
for these wheel are being received by -It la I with regret that we learn of the -Capt. E. M. Goodall and Messrs. T Ad17utdnI ( with a bright light\ casting! its glow on Bonn.unly sJMiam HuiuIiliM _. ?

H the above company who are doing a death of Mr. Whitman Kenyon, which A. Crimmins and N. T. Fogg of San ford, them, made quite an enchanting scene. n..... JUrclmnanil AIe..b IIUolllo -
have never before stated through the The magic; brick and other presents lUMullnfr-Tlia Lornon Taught CJa. ..JU..1Irtttnn 11 ..
business.On occurred on Sunday Dec. 20th at the Me. and Dr. W of .
t! good Ferguson, CambridgeMass. that I could extract teeth then distributed the Lpueb..s of the Sweet Old Cbap.er.
residence of his son"In Smith town L. I. ., arrived In town anti newspapers were making !glad The Misses. Mlrn. '
Saturday,
our inside pages will be found without pain although I have been abUt hearts of both young and old, who de- ltaatltng-TA.lov.nf (ksl..MWtY.netialuw'trio J'
.among other subtects, a communicationfrom Deceased who was 84 years of age had have been busily engaged until to-day times to do so; but now I make bolt parted contented and happy. ........ .......Whae I. the Angel KaooiiluigTh I. u'
New York, entitled, "Congress for many year been winter visitor to getting everything in readiness for a to announce that I can do It every time Owing to the Illness of little Stella Misses Mimi and Mr.K. ,...".. !.." ,
Indian River where be had l>.rnneyuiunTand t.
friends. cruise on board Cap Goodall's fine A'dftOflll.-S'barlll'ter' of A.
many
Should Finish the Work also "A Sure where It becomes I have who have been the '.
to rrerenr..U.n. '
; a necessity. an Budge, was snow Uke tae atnhan'
Cure for Consumption," "A Correction," Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon, of this place,. was naphtha and sail yacht Nemo. This I I. abtundant that Is and leaves n' fairy In the' fair,. bower (Mrs. B. F.lirown's IrV" )... ,....... ......HaTppy' New V.a.. ,
from a.yacht club member notes on his,grandson. Dr. Ferguson' first visit to Indian River, trace afterwards. rellablej of kind Idea Uood Cheer, bliss! Mre. Brltton HIM Mima wUMr.Ry..r.itsn.dtoll .
; and he Is very enthusiastic over this sec e any ), fairy ( on............. ........ ... ''- '' ....
temperance. Fire at Miami, etc. Sheriff and Mrs. R. J. Chllllngworth tion and the climate. whatever. Am fully up In all branches Louisa Brown) had to take her place,

-Mis* Jeannette Paddlson ha been and grandson passed through TItusville, Goodall a genial winter visitor Capt.her of the dental department, and believe It which she did very nicely. Mesdames roar ruucc.

the recipient of some very nice present Monday, en route to West Palm Beach. and I la well known'regular along Indian River, quite unnecessary to go abroad for dental W M. Brown, D. L. Gaulden and B. F. A large number of people attended tile
Christmas them Attorney C. C. Cbllllngworth met themat work. Kespeotfully.Tltusvllle Brown were Instrumental making the Xmas tree on Christmas Eve. The Episcopal
this among being a They are all jovial set of fellow
very a on
fine silver and gold-plated cornet, a this place, and accompanied them board the Nemo who will undoubtedly Fla. M. D. L. Dounon. entertainment such a success, while Miss choir rendered some pretty carob

.watch and a clock, useful and ornamental home. Mrs. Chllllngworth and her little have a good time., -_. -- .- ,- Aline Egger made an efficient accompanist and the children recited, after which the
grandson have been spending about on the piano for tbe children In both and old
article that she well feel many young
proudof.
may eight month with relative In Syracuse, ARE YOU SMOKING one of those" their songs during the evening.PHESBYTBHfAM. were distributed.

N. Y., and Sheriff Chlllingworth went ORANGE BOXES AND CRATES, of fine pipes from Chaffee Vu'* : : '
t -We are pleased to note that new north about a fortnight' ago to escort all kinds, at lowest price Great I aren't they Rev. 8. 1'. Oove held services here
.' subscriber are continually rolling Into them home. G. F. PABDISOJT, Eau Gallic.2W The above church was tastefully decorated twice last Sunday" to large congregation
this office. It show that the resident 92O Reward. with ferns, vines and palmetto Tbe morning worship Included a *p clal
the East Coast efforts fronds for the occasion of the Christmas Xmas service. The Sunday school scholars -
along appreciate our
f ALL THE LATEST and most
In trying to make a that popular For Sale exercise, and was filled with an Interested .! recited, and were ?:;:,"'ted. :'with,
paper of the at Chaffee&
day Cos.
they feel proud of. We shall also be songs I will pay the above reward to anyone and appreciative audience, man; earls, candy orange Mid apple 2--
pleased may If they will help ns along witha One Hundred and sixty: acre of land, giving sack evidence. will lead to persons being unable to obtain seat. 'A suitable Xmas hymn .were sung by tits

little more advertising and job print- Now I* Your Chance mile from Cocoanut Grove con the conviction of any person or persons large tree, heavily laden with presents, choir. -
taming live-roomed house, 2,500 fruit found cutting or removing the telegraph occupied the place of the pulpit.

Ing., __________ To boy doll and toy. of aO descrip treat; 2){ acre In grape fruit and shirts pole, wires, cable or fixture. ',of the .The leading attraction of the evenlnfWM MCLBOVB'B.Chrlstma : '

tion cheap, for cash. Mrs. B. W. Beynold tree. 1,600 pineapple plants, 1,300 of Tltusvllle-Juplttr line, formerly ownedby the cantata "The Crowning of Eve, Santa Claus came t..

Out of Sight t *, TitMVilte, baa a'few left over which will won be In be.rlDIWID eU 1>> to. U. 8. government, and from Xmas," by the choir. With the aid of the little folk and some of the big from.

s from,
Those keD boxes: of candy for the bureau, washing set*, .piano, book, require- .1750 each; balance on time. _. *. ,D. I*,GAULDC:*. An*, ,being naturally'of'a bright .' and

Children at Chaffee A C4)'*/- etc., etc. w S. T.-oMU. Miami, Fla Tltiuvilte, Dec 30, sal.F Inspiring character. ,Tho TWloo boll- .[Cootlaued on 4th page.]

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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JANUARY 1. 1897.: _____

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r whence. they soon spread to adjacent state, and you strike Its northern borders Poverty an Icy wind, and the higher Florida East Coast

property The streets were crowded long before you $get out of the the situation of the Impoverished, +!the 'Railway

X-Rays with people, who were removing their wood., BO far as uniformity of climate I I. colder-the blows. FOIIMKIILY THE

goods to placee 'of safety', but so rapidlydid concerned Grief or misfortune seems to be Iud III-

the flames spread, that many bad a But on lower Indian River will be pensablet the development of intelligence Jacksonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.Time .

Of severest trial and teat provebregard narrow escape of loving their lives. found a* near perfection in climate and energy; and virtue. Table in Effect June 10th 189O.

Jioixt'i SamparlDa The loss of property Is estimated at healthfulness as can be found 4n the The second baby may weigh throe

Greatest Merit $75,000( ) and the Insurance is said to be United States. According to statistics, pounds mere than the first without causing South Bound North Bound

'i l 1st lens than $10,000. As far as your correspondent and from a standpoint of remuneration half much excitement. No. No No. No. STATIONS.NO' :>00. N
Secured by a peculiar Corrlbltll.otlon. as It.
8TA TIONS. ar: ::11I9 80 79. Ne.32.
aud Process can learn at this writing, the from the products of the soil It stands __________ Ul :.os I T.Lv .
Proportion -
Jack onv11le. 918. 706) ........ . .LvMlsnd' ., .. Aoainina. :: :: : --
f unknown !to uthert- wbluh following are the heavy losers: ahead of anything on record. The evidences Improper and deficient care of the' Aultulltlne.l030.. lIIlIjI: .... .... .LvLe/DonClty. ... 1110alU. . lI33a" .
naturally and actually produces will of the hair and' LrNtAugtaatlnetU30a . ........ . LvFtLauderale 6/17&m/ . .72. ?
E. L. Brady&; Co. $3,000 insurance, here to substantiate It. I scalp cause grayness!
; are ..
602am . .
LrE.Palatka? .II.. 28 a ...... t : :
the of : : : : ::'' : : :
d Greatest CuresShown $3,000.: don't claim that the locality of Jensen is baldnesH. Escape both by use rJ'alAtka. .. .... II at) a. .. .-. .. .:.:.:. ''' .-. WPalmeaob ,. 110a
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2 that reliable specific Hall's hair Renew- L"W Jupiter .. 11M p m . ?
.. .. ... .1240. .
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Bank of insurance I Lvl'alatka..10Ma n'uen. ........ .
thousands ot honest, .Bay BIscayne, $1,000; the only place a feeble person can live .LvJ Seam . ;
by er. .. lloupp . ..., ... ....Lv"iLl"o. ... .. .... ...... 3121'r8&oMateo.
J' voluntary testimonials which $000.Peter ()(). and make money. We have quite a considerable I LvSanMateo .. ID 09& .. .. .... .LvtortPierce.... .t 914anu.... .. 84ep.. .
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naturally and actually produce Dowd's building, $:)00) ; noloaurauco. country down here--perhaps LvOrmond1288Lviebautian... .... ...... .... .
It takes a girl; about four hours longerto Lv J'avtona,.. .... I 07 . . .. Lv Roseland" 1144 am "
Greatest Sales Also the adjuinlug bt lldln $:JOO; ju.t''ali" good, but none better.' It Is clean the front windows of a house: I.v fort: orange. 11 1'I' . . ... ; .... Lv Melbourne. .... .1123 a In ...... .... .. .,, .. .
3d, no Insurance. truly the natural borne for' the feeble Ly NSW Jtnn.r/la... lbO I' .. . ..... .."..LvE&uUall.le..11311. W. ... .... ....
According/ to the UU>roen1. of than the book one*. LvTltunU'e.' ,.. .. 2113 I' .. ........ ...... LvJtAlckllMlge hU" .. .... ..... ....
'I druxRlsU all over the country. E. 13. Brown,'1,000; no Insurance. and the Invalid.. I Lv(1ncoa.:: ..... .... a81 p ... ..... . .... (' Hood' Insured Jensen/Fla., MONT. HA.RKEE.J!: f. eminent e.ilK. hUH . . .... I.v 1..1.1011: I' III .. ... .._. ., (
I In these three poluu Kauleruon&: Bro., $.100, fully Dr. of: Lv K..o nalu.. ..., 4 '13" . ..t. ..... . LY New :ano I' in.... ... ,. 1
Sanapurllla U peculiar to Ibmli. East Coast restauraut,$:200! no Insur Tennessee, says: "I regard Ayer's Sarsaparilla l.vM..llrlllJrue. .... 4131' . . ..... ...; Lv Port t'Ulyrn..j '122 I' m ? .... ., ... f
the best blood medicine on I Lvltcla"d //lal' .. . .... .1.. . Lv ... aaapan..._ ..... .
ance. For hoarseness, loss of voice,, and all aa ... ..... ... lea .... .. Lvorm. ...a4llp an .t. .. ../. '
'outer & tOO Insured. affections of the vocal the favor- earth, and I know of many wonderful LvFort ilfercroee. .. 607un pp .. .. .. 11111'a" .... Eastlhdlitka.4Y9 I' m.. ':. .. .. .... I
Hood'sSarsaparilla .Co.r $ fully organs, cures effected by its use." Physicians i.v' YIlrn .. 032 I' .... ..//1111 a .... Ar FIlm Mateo. "'080"ii m :::::: 7:':":":' -=-- "
E. II. Chase, $2,000; insurance, $.VK). I| ite remedy with many clergymen, singers all over the land Lave made similar state i.v Jensen.. ... ..., 6 71' ..,, ... .1I07a .. Lv San Matee. .. 301lI'm.( .... .
actors, auctioneers, and pubUeepeak- LvW..1optillr... 7 x11) .. . . ... ....... -'
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tioodrlch Bryan, $3,000; InliuranceJ ments. Lv W \ ..... .... .. .. Ar"al a.k 4 //10 .
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Pectoral. a.
ers Is Ayer's Cherry As a an I' .. ....
1930 L"I..latka. 4 00 . .
p ...
$1,000. fa 4: p .. ? .. .... .
odyne-expectorant, its beneficial effectsare Lv Ft Lau.l.r..I./O.. / as I' .... .... 1111 a .. .... Ar St. AUlCUatJne. //110 I' m/----/ : : ; :: -(
Zapf two building's, $4,000. promptly realized. -FAITHFUL MEN OR Iv 2e p .... .... 3111I a .. .... LvSt.AIJIC".tlne. 8 IS/ p ...
li the bant- It Is I the Owe True moot. Purifier.H Pave Singer, $1,000.( WANTED to travel for responsible Ar .. .. .. .. p .. .: 1Il/I! / a .. JackanlJvUlo. .. 6311 I' .., .. ....

OOil 1*5 1"IaIS.tiUlhood's '..Iis......to.,take. Jake Schnuldman, $1,000. Adversity shows a true man, as the established, house in Position Florida. Salary Trains, 32, 37. and 78 between Jacksonville A. &; W. BRANCJI.
night bring out the stars obscured: while $7HO:! and expense perman and St.Augustine, dally. NORTH BOUNIJ. j
.. G. B. m8ll'Inlt, $000.() ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
--- --- the sun is shining. Train ZOO between Miami and Fort Pierce, :
GibBon A Colby, $300.: stamped envelope. The National Star dally except Monday 8TATJO No 2' No" 4 N '.

Free and W. B. Hart, $ IJO. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. All otller tralos south of St. AUbruatine dally .Ar New" I'Imyrna' 12811" enp ?.. "
Aching Joints. ? Lake Helen 12 11I11' Lisp, .... .
John Phlaahee. $300.' except S un d ay. 'I Orange City 12/1111' 8311p ....:: 1
Accepted Masons Do Barry building, $1,000.S. NATIONALHomeSeek'ers II O.CltyJonc 18111' 811I11' .. ..
Announce the presence of rheumatism SOUTH BOUND.
A. Belcher, $000. e which untold / Rheumatism
causes suffering. -
Glen Strohm: $500.J. Is due to lactic acid in the blood.It 8TATIONS. No 3 No.1 No. No 1,1

Indian TStusvllloKla. Frank, 42000.: () cannot be cured by liniments or otberoutwaJ'lI REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Lv.. New 8myrna 9081)I 950 ::-- :--
Hood Sarsaparilla Lake Helen 2 flOp,10ilia/ ..,. : .:. ::.
Kiver M. Buholtz!;, $1,000. applications. IvOrsngeCIty 8flip 1122a "' '' .
Lodge, ,' No. 90 others purifies the blood. removes the Ar O. City Junc. 3011p 11lOa/ ........". .
Many lost their stock and cause of rheumatism and permanentlycures i

household goods; and a great many mechanics this disease. This. is the testimony Exchanging Property! for Property a TI CM Time Table shown the times at which trains ana'be expected to arrive and rirpart .
Holds IU meetluKft the coiiil and fourth! Krl- the"",> enl stations, hut their arrival or departure at the times mated not ciinrantwd, nor
"l''y of earh. IDftOth. at toe Court liouutt" Titimvlfle who lodged in the buildings, of thousands of people who once Specialty. Send Description of what the Co i.ny hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising;thereform.
at 7 :3O I', m. had some heavy IOBHCS. suffered the pains of rheumatism, but you have, and what you want. F. WILLIAMS, Aft., J. n. KAHNKR f'llln''
A. T. Feaster, Wo>r liipful MaHter. The tire would undoubtedly have gone who have actually been cured by taking Tltuavllle. A..'t G...'. Passenger
loo. W. Hcoble, (Senior Warden.K. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its great power to MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
further had 'It not been for the brick act upon the blood and remove every
F. Hall Junior Warden.
building owned by Mr. Wm. M. Brown, Impurity the secret of the wonderful C. CARROLL
II. R. Wilson TreflHurer.
j. J. Mendel, Secretary.: of Titusvillu, which stopped the flames cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Real Estate Agent The Trunk :

M. 8. rianm, Senior!: ]>eacnn. | from spieading on the north, while the Tropical Line
Deacon.
J. A. HapiMirBette.I Junior
for
space a pInk checked them on the
A. A. /Stewart, T. II. !Haa A. Uelger, Chaplain. south. The contents of the potitofllce Jacksonville Tampa & Key. West ::,
A. Frosclier, Tyler.Tl.nll'E1tANCE. were fortunately removed to a place of THE PAINT STORE. Railway

safety. JOSEPH H. DUIZKEE Receiver.

I)H1.A HT- Many valuable that were saved from SOUTHNORTH

the devouring names are missingprobably N--N-II I Time Table In Effect Dec. :2096. ... -
BIKNT.TltiiHvIHe ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS t No.1 11c,29 kU. ffi. ..0. 78 No. 21id.
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stolen. :::::: :; Local 900 p 's aUUi J.v..JACKBO:>OVILLE..Ar i80am I I..oraf
The bank hM resumed business in the ........ Mixed 11MI' 887. .... .Orange' Park.. ......... 6/12am/ 41401'01 812pm IIUxed
.. .. Mo W'y 9o&I'/ 904a .. .... .. . .Peons. .. .. ... ...,.. 640am 804pmTnedav
loon Templar .Lodge.Mm. McDonald block, and President Brown, : ........ and Fri .. ... .Mal[ olla........ .... ... .. ...... .... .. T.d'l, '
'C Tall ... .. .. ...... 10161' 921a. ....Green Cove .... ...
Cashier Uarthslde and Assistant Cashier FSwpers01l ........ ... .... .. .. .... .. ... .. ... .Bnntwlck Mprlng1l.. ...... .... ..60Dam.. ... .. 11431'01 4: !Slit
Wm. Woodward, C. T.: Mr. Chan. Anthony are again at their .. ...,.... 10 Sea 11301' 10065 .. .... .. ... ..I'olatk.. ... ... .... ... //lOO&m 4Mpm'soap ,
Gardner posts.The .... .... 1118. 1214.1042a: .. ............nats. +mta.. .. .. ,.... ..... 'l8&m .2l1pm
seeMeets vault of the destroyed bank building .".. .. lIt/la/ 12111 a 10Ilaa. .. ... .. .Pomona..... .. ... ....... .I.am tl7..m 22111'01'
every Tuesday night at tile Midc Cold "Vntcr; Puiur. ... ... .. 12Inp 3234a: 1107a ?.....,.Cre.centCltvJunetiun. .... 8118am lMplll
I'reftbytorlan church. Public mooting haft been opened, and all the effects .. ... 1Mp 111II&: 112:1&: ? ......,..,...l'Ievllle.' ........... ... 833am 845pm tCl3pm 12110am 12111'01
,first In the month. were found to be In good condition.We .... .... 230p 136a ii 5ia., .;.. ...DeLeon Sprlog. .. ... ... 204am :.IllIpm 1110.01
Tuesday .... .... :.117 11 ..,,........ .
I. E. BAIRD 288p a O'lp Olenwoofl .... ..... .... 21eam SON 10375a
I Kdlted by UKV. II. M. GOODELl. understand that Brady & Co., W. &: CO., .. .... .ut p 200a 1.I17a: .... ...... ,.1ere.rord.... ... ... .... .. 2:10am: 2MpUl.101181'1II pm '
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1a
I -. M. Brown, Goo. Zupt and lion !Strohm: ........ t30 820p..J189aLv1 I' a8a Arj ...... ....,DeLand......... fAr.. .... ........ 238p m ...... .
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to The prince I of orators, the Hon. Lou will soon commence the erection of brick /52) West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.. .. ..... .... .. ........ rl llap ....... .. ..Enterl'rl.. .. ...... .. .. ...... .. .3121'm 1118..01.. .
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. ... 4 .6pAr .........T1TI.SVILLE......... Lv
4 Iteauuhamj, will stir up thin town with building. .. .. ... ...... .. ....... ..... ......... .Paola.......... ... .. ... .. ..... t IOam... ...
Paints Oils Glass Varnishes and Room ........ . .. .. ... .. .. ... ...... ..
Mouldings. .. Sorrento ............. ... .. .... . .
J.
now Idea on an old Hubject. Sea what M. Frank, a clothing dealer, wan .:. .. ... ........1 34111' ..... ......,Sit. nova........ ...... ... ..... 8411am.,
la mild of him : engaged/ In removing !his household --- --------- -- ---- -- ---- ------ ...... ... .... ... .. ,pAr..p..Tavores.......... ..Lv .. 631laln .. .. ...
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a20p 800 0111' Ar......... .. ..Sanford..Lv 'I38am
1110
"When Mr. Uoaucliamp was Introduced goods to a place of safety when the a mOOD act
Xupf NOW IS THE TIME ** ** :::::::: :: ::::: ...... .1.1 :::::::::Altamonte Winter Springs.park I; .. .:::::::::: :::: '; ::..
cheered I building tire. t
how they! lleCapturedhis caught/ As soon ns the ........ ... .. .
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? .. .. ....... .. .Orlando. ... ... 120/11'01/ 12Mam .... ...
audience In three minutes. The flames reached tho generator a terrible ...... ..... .. ... ..Klsaummee.. ., .... .. .. .. ....
.. .. .. .. ..... ............ .Hartnw
'Oough of thu West' he truly in."- explosion took place The two cylinders TO ma Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON &: GRAP .Fruit Trees .... .... ... .. 8/1Oa.22p./ I .... ... ....Lakel..nd.70.Lv.. .... ... .. 1130pm 103llam..... ...... .
wont like balls ..... ... ........ tJl40a 44/11' .., ..... .. Bartow,.,.,. ... .. .. .1011pm 10I/lam/ .... .
Cleveland Leader cannon 0110 of them .. .... .. .. .
ll Sit .... .. .. Gorda.Lv .. .. .. .
"TheHo sunny and Inspiring! lectured going through the roof and dropping; on The Florida Eimt. Coast R.illway makes big reductions in freight for 00 days. .. .... .. ... .. 04pAr.... ... .. .... .... ..... ? tllllllpm.830a 92/111./ an..... ..
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Taml'a Hay 110..1.. .. .. .
aro a blemilnK/ to every place w boroIleILl..I. Oil vel"'. novelty- building-: went Ihroualiroof Take advantage/ of this generosity by placing your orders with Ueo. U. Wright, . .. ..... ... 920a 8231' Ar. .... ... l'ort Tampa...... ....Lv 710pm S48am'. .... .. ..
nnd Orlando Flu., where you can get ...... ., Monantl Thllr. 10 eM.p Lv. .... .. ... ....... .. : '
would that the tho 2lOpmjThore.antll'l1l0.
It HPOIII language I flooring to ground. The,
.... ...Tua & Friday. 3eK.pAr...... ... ..Kt'y'Ve.t..J.v 1130 1
4)f praUo exliiiustuil the remarkabletilbutuH ] other one as It went struck Mr. Frank, Strictly First-class Stock, True to Name .... . Wed and Hat. 610.( Ar.. . . .. ..pavane.. . .. .. Ly ,__tan__ .n p_ .Iw.a rnWed..n, .. _n. ..r and..._, .Q.flat.._...

to the work of Mr. lloaiicliainji." almost severing his left leg and right/ ,
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and, at Low PI'lcUK.ir' Dally t Dally except Simdny.Trains
-New York Voice I.octum Jiuroaii. hand from his body, anti also) broke 81 and 3ii Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.

"Doaiiclianip positively the greatest Alonzo Johnson's loft log. Die llrmkin -, Write for prices or call on Trafn23teavingJaeksonvllledailyate:0Ua m., arrive at Hawthorne at 11:08, Gainesville 1

word-]palnter) I ever lUtonod to"-Hev.K. and Jackson attended thu injured men GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. arrives II ::1\7. Ounlii at Oakland" I2'ft0/ I.pmburir 413: a. m., B Larnorlipe:IlrnoknviHo. 6:411..T:2. m.p., Tarpon in. Train Springs leaving 0241: i Jacksonville p. in., Clearwater at 8:
J. Mundity."Itoancliamp. prank died. In an hour or so, while hopes m., St. Petersburg 11:15: p. m., dully except Sunday. |

IH the peer of Oougli In arc entertained of Johnson hiving,: W.General II. COFFIN Superintendent. G. D. ACKERLY
The, remains of 11 It.. Frank General I'misenRer. Agent

mannor, and fur superior. In force of banned and shipped to Augusta were, (ill. em BRICK BRICK BRICK -
argument/ and wealth of Illustration.- -- -

novo John I). 1'lcklon.

r .Let u* give him crowded houses.j ..1Huru lrevoMt4r. fur CoiiHUlllptlOII. The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad !

;j The lower House of Congress halt doiclded -

not to allow liquor to bo Hold !In The natural tenacity for life In HO East Coast Brick Co.
Short
Line
between Florida and all
Nortl-cm
Points.
the Capitol building by a vote practically great that It seems strange that anyone

uiianlmiMiH. lIon. Klljiih A. Mof8( should overlook the necessary requirements Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville

of MikHKUclnmetU, U entitled to the for health, or even to preservelife. Jacksonville, Florida Everett tlmore Savannah, Augusta. Ca., Columbia, Washington Ba/! '
Philadelphia New York Boston
and
the East.Atlanta
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credit of this decision for
securing I'erHonR who are sound and
proof d 11
which ho deserves the thanks of all (food against/ anything except. tho ravagcsof Are MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES and Everett, Macon, Chattanooga, Nashville, LouUvllle, Cincinnati '

i cltl/.oim.: It romivlim for the Honnte to time, can nlTord to defy surrounding circumstanced For reaching points on the East Coast Will give very lowest prices.J. Everett Chicago. I
Birmingham, Holly Little Rock
Springs, Memphis,
St
4ansaaCity
make this vote Into law. at least to Homo, extent. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager, Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. ,

But those who are dollcato or defective Jacksonville, Fla. River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas, % exioo.l California

e J"JUJo: A'.' MI Am i. insist IIHO precaution. The death of one- and the Tactile Coast. Effective Nov. 27, 18OO. 'J .

sixth of tho people) of tho world Is cither .HAW. ANI l'I..UiI"iO.1\III.LM.:" JACKSONVILLE YA1U, teva, New, York Express No. atK'leave Jacksonville

.tlmntA.11 Ions. of $70"5,000" tho direct! or indirect result' of lung rnlutkn, 1'1... :IK. Buy St., Foot of Catherine. Y artaaA V aA Ate' tl eC! ',;t R' Sleepers 8'20 for a. Savanna;. with Columbia, Through, Washington Pullman I ,

trouble or, more ,properly, coiiMiimptlou. N ate ', Baltimore, Philadelphia New York, and all
ui. Eastern points. Connect for Fernandlna.
Worth of Property.One WILSON CYPRESS G
There Is for COMPANY r"ihs Arrives Jacksonville .
no necessity anyone to die w ? .u Aar N a' 4"1 OElp.ml
c.N 7
of our Ml.iml: corroNpondonrH, on account, of consumption If J>1..P..llI'c. s e New York Fast Mall No. 3(1, leave

writing/ tho AIIVOOATU] /first of the week,, caution Is taken In time. In tho /that Manufacturers of 5AVANNAa r ar,,. Jacksonville points and: for p. Fernamlln.k.m.! dally for Arrive same northern JacK.
I' .
said I M Inn I had u \big\ t\ro\ on Saturday! place, It Is essential to hunt n locality ,.a Nawl" / son villa 8:00: a. m.

morninghlch started at the store of where the climate is ns near mil form uspiMnlblo Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. e Aelievllle Route.: Through Pullman: Sleeping
ar / I Car service for Cincinnati ,
t Y Wyr N via Savannah Columun
K. 14. llrftily
hour two blookH of b..lnt'MII. Imlliliup4 / against colds.. It matters not A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring,, ceiling, siding! mould Ings, shingles, dA LY ratr.4a.A( the Carolina.Celebrated Arrives Mountain Cincinnati Country: 7.1. a.of m.North. Returning .
were niiiM of tUuu'H. Tho lire U mild what the constitutional tendencies lath and hand a. arrive Jarkaonville9d10am
> are pickets always on thus assuring prompt shipments.( Cypress L caN. C
to have been of IiH'iuicllury origin ; and for consumption, It will hover develop] nouldhiKs of all patterns) a specialty. wee CK90NVhij'y" +,

:Mrs dm. ttinilh-who ruHldud In (lie on a result When home write ,a.,,,,, > eu.r u.. Only Line ThroDKh the Beau Ifnl Hill.
person except as a of protracted at us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. t I aa. Country Middle Florida Pen"ucola.amle
Lesley oottnge--inya ulio Haw a. nun put cold. Then hunt climate DLR Kwnmblit liny. Leave Jacksonville >:15 a. m
a for Lake City: Live Oak Madison Ihontlcello,
light to Unity's. bulMiuif. (Shu did not4k which Is uniform, which, of course, Is ---- can. data *' "s r Tallahassee River .Junction 1'ensacola Mobile
OI S New Orleans, anil. the .. Mexico, California
{ southwest -
: %B the limo icalijM) Mi lutoiitloiis, thinking least propitious for ciilds. And when o eN and '''Paclllo Coast. Carrie Sleepers.

i:its.s 1 he wan couklit,+ un early lirtMikfimt. symptoms. of a cold l develop, treat It HARRY MASON & GO. Y I .i ;;::! v. : epurrw. >Q Arrive Jacksonville 7:80: a. m.

The flue wan 'II mt diaruvm-ud' a /ow minutes Just as you would malitiliv. until with the .. .e qA M Leaves .Taeksnnvllle0:15am.forStarkeflaw- \ : -
four o'clock +''A $7 Nat. thorns !Silver' Ocala, Cedar ..
pant I' m. on the east same remedies. By that art v ; Sprlnir nameRYwe1
process a dcc.p1I0lltoti ri Wtlilwooil, .
Key Leenhurg I'olka.
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: Ida of Drl"ly'.IIWI.., and i"UIII there Its cold! can never occur. Live as # Orlando, Lacoochee Daile. City, Plant City,

1 limped to the bank bllll.IIII'hlt'h,: wan much. us possible on Kacchnrlne. food 1 and H. MASON A CO. Jobbers In Fine ImportedW )Aepoffba l 4 Tampa Arrive Jacksonville 3:31': >1".ID.

quickly consumo,l. Mr. Henry J, Anthony avoid exCesses of all kinds: and 1 you will liny Street, FLORIDA cEnmnTN o"w ;v '' Cincinnati and Florida Limited Leave Jacksonville -

of Tltiisvlllo, wa asleep is the never die from the effects of lung: troubtu. JACKSONVILLE.: Liquors and Cigars High and ff t ; ,,a.a', I a little over a:4A 24 p.hour m. Solid to Cincinnati Vestibule,Train.via Macon.Tuner, .

building at tho time, and It wana wonder Consumption Is gunel'ILIlYlllow III EHINSUUR H.R. Atlanta.Chattan "IIa.; Connects for Nashville

Unit he did not lose his life aH 'wall.. hU developing and gives you warning of Its and Connection.a.w w.. west.Louisville, Chicago and all points north Saul

personal property Ho wan. lu charge nf. approach, which makes the mom Inoxvnsablo Grade Whiskies Etc. nsur or 1LearpA Kansas City Line, No. so. For Macon Atlanta -

the bank during the absence of 1'n'nhlont tt' let It bold ... wr... .,.. Birmingham Memphis Kansas City.
get a on .you.. but.. a rvt.a. .rry. Through. anRleepsr-MthtsUchangeIn46
Win M. Drown aud Cashier Oartlmlde when once Its :Iron In fattened ........ ._ ,.- >- h.m....u._. n.u.. ._ ."..". ..... ..uu.ou".
grasp Atlanta
on Birmingham
who were spending the Cbrlstniu* lioll- you, you will find your remedy In the Whiskies-DnNtnedandltomestlOi| Southern 11..1". Rock andRye. . ,...,remlMtpergal arrt,," Jacksonville 9 00 Holly am.s90 .SIrtnp.for -Meiu >hl Bprtngfleld. and Kansas City. No. 38 'return'

days In Tltimvlllo. lie worked like a cemetery Unfortunately, It U disease liln5-llollandOld'nna nr5ndles.lumeattc.apple.,l*to, Mach..... .,.blackberry...... and....l iwui'li. ., and. honey. ... ..'."... ...from fmra f IM IJOTperipU per gal ; *Sonnd.. .n.-Le. Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland' Route steamer, and Cumberland -

Trojan, trying to nave the bank that Hum ..... ..... . .. ...... ....t... .Irom'l.Mperllal 4.x1: p. m.-I.ocal torJ.tt.: Clone connection for Brunswick. Shortest and
property, Hatters the Patient wltU hope* until Wln'rt, Sherry. CaGehaMuscatelClaret, eta., from .. . . .... ... ....'1.00 5/10/ P' .- 5ifor Tallahassee and Intermediate qnlckest. router
and lout hU cffuctm! In 110 doing Cashier It Is too late. Florida has worldwide ('Ja..u-.Vlnntllran. .. .. .... ...... ,.. ... .. .. . .......... ...fr a lIonle' Kmr. .... ....... ...... .. .. ..... ..... deepem. Arrive Jacksonville a.m.
(larthtlde also lout'' nearly all his per for ? < .. .. ... . ..from $1 JO per das. Through. 81aPerS for Cincinnati via Aahevflle, laves .Jackeoovllle at e.411 P- -. arrl..... A.be"ill. )/
reputation uniformity climate yy All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. 1.411 p. m..amy" Cincinnati 7.111.. m, i

onal cffeoU. and heaUhfulnoss, and perhaps ;Jug and demijohn will be packed In boxes, when so requested, without ex:- Steamer For semi"at&llan. Atlanta from.two Tampa Train.for Daily raJdentowaa Leave Jackaonvllle 820 a. m. and.8:.' p. m.
The east wind carried l the flame from has more visitor seeking climate and tra coat Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will Pullmae 81is 00 all Night TraIDe.cr and Jatutee River polo.

the corner of Avenue D to the opposite : health than any one locality In the not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. Band for Best Indexed Townafcl j, Map Florida to _

11)4801) the street to tho Cba Send for Price List or call upon MASON CO., N. S. FENNINGTOJf, A.. o. JfAcDOnJ.L J
e building world.
])ut Florida )Ja a large Stn 307 ,
very 300, 311, W. Day St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE' :, FLA. Trafflo Manager General Pager .Ag'







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-- r 'Profesetonal Cards. CONGRESS SHOULD FTCIS1I Idleness Is the hotbed of temptation. ,
The Largest and Most Completes
THE: 'VOlt,,:. the cradle of disease, the waste oft time,

y\\ sail .. --'lI'fS.' WALTER 8.0...B.II... the canker worm of felicity. Orangesare I Establishment South.

OBBINS A GRAHAM NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 1800.( I
After a man Is married he stop wearing EO. S. HACKER & SON

AXTORITEYS-AT-LAW, Editor Advocate, : button hole bouquets and begin. to I heavy feeders of Potaslh ; ,

ICE IIOUBfJ-From 10 to 12 a. m., encUmo herewith a clipping:Cron the wear stains on his clothes. I Potash exerts a marked inllui !
N.Y. lleral l which
for
you may publish
and 2 to 4 THEPLANT
= p. m. the benefit of your many readers,. if you ; ence on the quality and quantity :

7p.'Tmwvu.L.E 9.101,108.Will Brevard Co., Florida. like to do so. To my mind there Is no State of Ohio, City of Toledo: )l f08o. of the fruit. Florida soilsbeing

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question as to the correctness of the Lucas County }f'
;: / practice In all the courts-state and fed Herald docs not largely deficient in Potash
al'gumcnt..only go; Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lies -

..2..4 'Ip!' -pedal facilities tor eotamlnlnr and perfect fur enough: and explain how the old void l the senior partner of the firm of f. J. a heavy of a
application
leg land title created by the retirement of greenbacks Cheney fc: Co., doing business In the Cityof ,

Is to be lined, so that. the country shall Toledo County and State aforesaid f, fertilizer containing not less

6 not suffer for want <>: a circulating me- and that, said firm will pay the um of than ia% ofActual SYSTEM.
( CARY-ELWES, iiim.' My notion about the whole mater ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each

Is first:. That the United States government and every case of Catarrh that cannot be

NOTARY /PUBLIC, has no more right to be In the cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Potash.should

STATE AT LARGE. tanking,: business than It J1Iln the news- Frank J. Cheney. .

paper business.. Banking is as much of Sworn to before me and subscriber! in ,

Typewriting taxes paid for non- a, business as running newspapers, and my presence, this Ith day of December, be made. The best I Notice to Travelers. JSfttnufftcturers of

resldenta, rents and accounts collected,* ought to be left to the enterprise of the A. D. IS0U. groves in the state will bear

:.ftc., etc. Correspondence solicited. people.> (seal] A. W. Gleasoo, these facts.All i Doors Sash Blinds
to
Any system of banking must, first of Notaoy Public. testimony If you contemplate trip to ,
.Tltusvllle point
-- Florida. any
all, protect the bill holder. The Canadian -
system does this effectually. This Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally bout Potash-ih.results of IM UM by kewtlimpnm :North East, West or to any Florida '
and acts directly on the bloods and mu- >Dt on th. but fmtmt la ih. Ueit. StM. -4t Moulting and Building Material.
INOR S. JONES being accomplished, my Idea Is, then, old In a Illil book which ... publish and will madly point for reliable Information
cous surfaces of the tem.. Send for through
hat the banking laws should be made sy wU lies la wy farms.ia ABwiok ...o..iII writs more liberal, and if government bonds testimonials, free.F. GERMAN KALI WORKS. rates and most convenient schedules King, Opposite

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. are deemed to be essential fun tile protection J. Cheney & Co...Toledo, O. 91 N.... St., New York : write to the Cannon StrC'et.iJlal'cston ,
undersigned who will
ITHTUSVILLE, BREVARD co., FLA of the public, these same bonds, Sold by Druggists l 75o. ,
._, ( l issued at a low rate of Interest to retire answer all letters promptly, and give
Y I (
S County Judge of Brevard County. the greenbacks* could be purchased by ] S. C.
Information.
- the banks at par. The bank should be In Circuit'Court Drevaord County We 'Send it Free you any necessary

allowed to Issue bills to an amount equalto The Routes offered via the Plant

jTi/T D. I* DODSOX, the par value of the bonds, and the F1orhia.C. ... -TO- System, tho equipment and excellent Sash Weights, Cord and
onerous taxation on the national banks v

DENTIST. should cease. I am not a banker, and D. Flood service, are unsurpassed t>y any line. Hardware.
the foregoing la but a crude expression: VS. Weak MenYoung
James K. Bowman as sheriff Through Sleepers are operated on nil
of Ideas this
y Office over toffice. my on subject. of llrevurd county, and xomclo -
po The Herald says that now the people ailmlnlntrator of tile trains of this System, Insuring Luxury, Window and Fancy Glass
- have decreed that the currency shall be estate of J. A. Tomajo Dwy.V FOreclosure of

L'/TlTUSVII.l.K// ,- FLORIDA. naiutnined on an honest and stable basis er her deceased surviving K.husband L. Dwyer, and, LIen. and Old. Comfort and every convenience A sI11,CIALTY.

It remains for Congress to enact the legslatlon M..... K. Huilniit and Address
With in the
needed to insure the full and lludniit her husband and Rejoice ns Discovery.When .
t L. GAULDEX, Fred F. H al. R. I.. TODD,
for Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
permanent effect of their decree. Withconfidence Agent "Quick
and hy virtue of Laval decree made
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW restored money plentiful and UNDER.." .. In the ahov entitled cause n man has suffered for years Dlv. Pass Agt.,
an ample reserve of gold In the treasury, wherein C... 1>. Flood IH complainant. antiJames with a weakness that Mights his-life and
,f Will practice In all the Court of the State or C. II. HOWARD, City I'ass. Agt.ROYALTANSY .
E. Ilownian et. al.,
as HherluX etc. are
there l is in
m [-of Florida, and the United State Court some quarters"a disposition re,iKindontn, by the Honorable' John I). n....."' ., rubs him of all that really makes life WILLIAM CLARK Agt.
e1 $P. O. Box,236. T1TUSVILLE, FLA. tt) "let the currency alone, and to make Fiiilice of said ,'", .rt. .and. dated. 2Hth: day of 8e|'- worth living, If he can avail himself of a ,
light i ; of the necessity for reforming the emher, 181X1' Special complete cure why not the
Money to Loan. 18R sail: ::hereinafter: :: I. :: possess.
d lot lo monetary system which has perlxllcnlly Master ti> the III0n.\"y\ moral courage/ to stop his downward PLUMBER, STBAM & GAS FITTEU.
aforemilil will,
an SpecllLll\t..ter as on
wrought havoc In the ands
past, THE FIRST DAY OK FKBRUAUY A 1> JKOT. course. Rooting and Sheet Iron Work
_ .\ FREEMAN HALL, l certain to do so again If permitted to We will send you by mail. ABSOLUTELY -
the same being the ttrnt Mkmday In February!
.;_of remain In existence. and a loiral Bale day wlthllu. the legal hours. of FKKK, In plain package the Pumps' ,. Piping and Drain Pipe, Hath
,w ATTORJTEY-AT-LAW Those who fancy that there l is no needof sale, In front of the court house diM' ,r at Titus All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S VITAL
action merely because the financial. ville, in said comity and state, sell for cash to tKSTOKATIVK TABLETS with TuhH.Watvr Closets and Wash\ Stands. .
the highest bidder therefor. the north-half of a
; & INSURANCE AGENT. situation l is now favorable are like the lot V and all of lot 4, of auction :811, ....." ) 20, legal guarantee to permanently euro PILLS \ ....Electrlo Bells....
I Indian who in flue weather could see no south of range 8t1 east| "alii| | land lying anti being Lost Manhood Self-Abuse, Sexual Weakness ....
NEW III5VOVERY. 1'IteVF.R' 11.
necessity for repairing the leaky roof of In Hrevard county Florida or so innnh. Varlcocele stops forever night 4t A n.w.r.lt"bi.aid wu i rviiwf t."I.| .No. 3fl Forsyth Street,
Titusville Florida. thereof as will Iw to realize the 1
necessary ,
the how proiMMl k , wigwam. Secretary Carlile amounts ordered to be |iatal. by said. decree, 1.,1tbe emissions and all unnatural drains. Returns I .Mow f unml by 0'0: r 11)000ladles.
' H 5' Representing; all the best and ever, should-and doubtless will-renew costs of said, .nl t. to former appearances emaciated ln......... <..m..., ..r".... II... JaolcHonvillo, Floritln.lp .
strong-
WMIof d. ..... Imliatlunii. IMfctnvpitimr.
to cancel the mischievous i0
heappeal! Congress to
lest Insurance : EX. L. GAULDEN.deollSw. .
/. \ Companies. Is organs./; t4 pur bat Hiitali bon ft. Stilt
_ t, .ito) write lines to any amount anywhere circulating notes and permit :: : / Special Miwter No C. O. D. fraud nor r cfpe cleet'r.tlon. I. .Kenlflil...ml'*In fur plnln pftrrlnulkrrt.. wri\|'p.r*.,ol' - I..p:on the East Coast. the government to retire from a branch If we ooulil not cure, we d ,dN..I.1.oraidro.' MEat.A1 '
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of the banking business for the conduct not send our medicine Free to try and (' MttOOIATION, CbU'Utfo, JU. ant Wines, Liquors

of which it has no facilities. Notice.In pay when satlstled. Writ to-day, as Sold by J. 1). Scrovon, only. ea and Cigars.

I ; )\ !iBISOA'rNI BAY DADE COU=n'Y. In his report last year Mr. Carlile said: this may not appear again
';' "It would be difficult, if so impossible, the Circuit Court in and for lirovard Guaranteed Pure.

J T\V. EWAN U., S. (; )MMISSIONER.II to devise a more Inconvenient, expensive County, FlorUla! : : Address Western Medicine Company, ; Sold at reduced
f!, or dangerous system than the one '
' 'j 1 Notary Public State at Large. now in operation under the law providing -IN CHANCERY. Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich. WINTERSiniTH'SC s' prices

',' for the issue, redemption and reissue Agur Wheeler plaintiff, I mpnrtaitTokay

Lands Selected; Conveyances made l of legal tender notes by the govern- Minor 9. Jones V8., a.. anti In no arsenic. Win,
Correspondence solicited. Address: ment. The existence of these hund- his capacity an AdmlnlB-. WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OU H as success. from Italy
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove reds of million in notes, which must trator with the will annexed to travel for responsible 35 years

Office Ewan's Landing. be redeemed in gold on demand, T.'.Verlieke of the. etttat deceased of Ctiarltm and established house In Florida. Salary I s purely vegetable and John B. Togni
;
and then reissued only to be again pre- Minor 8. Jones all and In Illlllto fnrecloHO (780( and expenses. Position perman- L eaves no bad effects.L .

sented for redemption and so on adlinl- his capacity an Trtmtee for. Mortgage. | ent. Keforonce. Enclose self-Addressed. ast year produced Metropolitan Saloon, IM: Kant jay) St.,

GEORGE W. ALLEN, tum, has been the direct or indirect Chariot, J.T.n.Verkeke Terry and dereaned stamped envelope. The National, Star housands of testimonials. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

cause of a dozen panics, I in any one of Clara Margaret Verbeke| Insurance BIdg. Chicago.
LAW which the people of the United States: and J. II. Terry and Clam O ne 50 cent bottle Wholesale mill lletallEducation. ......
TTORNEY-AT Margaret Verlwke Individually ------
.have lost more money than would be defendants N ever falls

Key West Florida. needed to take up and cancel the entire appearing by the affidavit. of D, L. Gaul- -What do you need In the way of I n breaking the chills.C of
l Issue of greenbacks. IT den, attorney for complainant. filed In thin envelopes, note and letter heads, bill all for Wintersmith's.ARTHUR
Will The plea Is made that the people are ",""' that the defendant, Clara. Margaret heads, statements, tags, cards etc ? BODY
in the
practice United States not willing to issue bonds on which Interest Verhekn, resides, without the State of Florida, We shall be glad to have a .share of your PETER CO.. Loulnlll. >. ,
and State Courts. and. without the United State, and I that she reliluH 0eassat daINTS..Sea. .
OjunOS must be paid in order to take up In Knirlanil. at RUIIIU 1la"lI, unknown to af- work. ...-...........................-... MIND
the notes, which are a non-interest bearing tI..nt. and that there. In no le..o"ln the State of
Florida the nervire upon. whom of a subpoena MORALS.
debt. could bo foolish. .
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS Nothing more would bind the mild Clara Verbnke
& SON Margaret
ALEX The necessity of obtaining gold where :defend5ntand: : that:: mild: Churn Margaret: Ver=

with to redeem these notes as presentedled tucks IH over tho Hire of twenty-one yearn. And FREE TUITION....
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, that the aid J. B. Terry resides without the t I mmn TREES .
to the recent issues of bonds
1 aggregating state of Florida, and his renlilenre I and iiontofllreaddremi 5tFu
; JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA. : two hundred and sixty-two mil- IH Southold, state of New York, and Poe The
lion dollars, within a period of two that there IM no permm In the state of Floridathe '
years
Will continue to practice In the courts service upon, of a fluhpiena, would bind the r Florida
P, of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All nearly enough to retire.all the green- Bald. defendant J. 11. Terry and that Bald J. It. w% HIGHEST ROFIT AND PLEASURE
business before the United States and backs outstanding. Interest must be Terry is over the age of twenty-one yean Agricultural
paid for many years on this addition to It in therefore, ordered that the Halt! defendant QUALITY W.IT> TO
State Circuit Courts will sq.
I receive the 'lava
( Margaret Vorbekedoappear at thisclerk's College
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. the national debt, and, withal the notes iiince, at Tltimvllle, Hrevard county, C THE POMONA NURSERYMACCLINNV.
Clair-Abrams. remain in existence as an unsettling and Florid l ,i. to answer, demur or plead to the com LOWEST 1* luiiiHirUiil hv grants hula the Mitlmml flov.nriiinniic. .
h disturbing element In the monetary sys- plainant's said bill on or before the ;/:4ice.s FLORIDA.HIrt All tuition free to all utiicliintu, fromFlorlilit. "
.
tem and with undiminished to FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1807. Inn, tn camas and leniiilim., Woiniin
power i ta will tell you what t. pleat and board wllli ruiiilllim. In town. Mun iMianl at
F. II. IIOUGHTOMT, work! similar evil whenever occasion may And it l I" further ordered that the Bald defendant FREIGHT BOW to pUnt It. w. have Muss Hall. fi unto oil |per iiiinuh. A n11Mthealthy
DR. arise In the future. The idea of a government : J. K. Terry di> appear at the rlerk'B otllce, In stock a full line of"cveVythlnir'needed In lonitliin. Clnlleju l | surgeon .ancniln all
atTltnsvllIe, Hrevard Florida to annwor .
tuilHiitu free i>r iihuritn. Military illKi'ljiline lin-
furnishing this mass of circulate demur or plead t9( the oU'Inr.alnant'. said bill on PREPAID THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD. tier agnahmteof \Vvnt. I'ulnt. riiur roiirnn i>rInHtrnrtlim

DENTIST Ing notes, redeemable on demand In or before ....,.... Plum. P.a... Penhnmon. T1... ; _Aicrliiiilturul/ MniHmnliml iJitln
j1old; and yet without any sure means of THE 20TH DAY OF ,JANUARY A. D. 1H1IT) Yulb.rri.c. Or...... and Bos.. ar. out iMUwk HnlHiitlllu mill %WoiiiHir Superior|, miiiliiniant
getting one dollar of the precious metal And It l" further ordered, that this notice tiepublished F In Ijtlinratiirlim. (lives iliir| ...it tit II. i. and
in tho INDIAN RIVKK: AUVOUATK, a THE POMONA NURSERY A. II. UiiHlnH voiirin. .KlvInK free liiNtriirtlniiIn
except by selling bonds and Increasingthe O t m liunlnes law,
Daytona, Florida. newspper published In said. county, once each ...el,. Flerlda. |l.eRl"a".hll", l lask-keeping|
nay, .. Nod t l"Krapliy.
public debt, is preposterous on its week for eight coimoc.ut.lve weeks. )Ill hurt hand tyi> -writing|
,Kill. I twill. (shads. Mnmliiy Ortolmr) full,
face. Witness the Hon. John D. Broome, Judge; ol IHIMI.\ For iintiilnKiimi Klvl K lull InfonuatliMi.,

ALEX NEAR ERNEST: TAYLOR. It Is a mistake to say the people are said Florida Court, this, 12th at: the day Court-hoiiHe of December.at A.TltiiHvllle D. 1HIXI. __ __.___ ___ __ __ __ _. ___ __.____ __ _ __ __ n___ address,
now opposed to the withdrawal of the O. CLUTK, I'r. lilent.
NEAR & TAYLOR government from this Idiotic business. A. A. STKWAKT, Clerk. FlnrldN.WEAK .
lake ,City,
(Hy C. It. Stewart,D. O.)
The terrible lessons Of the last
object
Y Seal of Circuit [Doris" - - -
(Successors to John McAllister.) few years have taught them how disas- [ Court.] :
MADE VIGOROUS
trous It l is, and their recent vote declar- MEN

Artesian Well Contractors ing for an honest and stable currency Notice to Creditor SouthernRailvay.
carries with it by Implication the retire-

EAU GALLIE. FLA. ment of the greenbacks, because this is 1t iII"ca. is
absolutely essential to the maintenanceof : creditor of the estate' of Oldeon Coliit-' -
THE late of Hrevard county, ileceaned.I
such a currency. The manner in will: take notice that the adinlnlstratiir:I ol t ROUTE.
which the notes should be retired and aid estate ha. suggested( the Insolvency of the, ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST .,. 1 "IIA'I. 18'0'1'1. V"'QA'(,

:HODGES & GODFREY, the di rising of an absolutely safe and ....mel Wherefore; said. creditors., and all personshaving What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did I !

elastic circulating medium to re-place claims against said estate will be required PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CABS, DININO OARS, It ants powerfully, and quickly. tures win all I
Manufacturers of them, constitute a very grave and deli- to appear before me,on or before THROUGH otborA fall. Vuunii man rt'uulo,' Mo Dmnhixiilt. otJmss
....
cate problem and one which will require TUB FIRST DAY OF JUNK:, WOT THOBOUOHFABB COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS. .nt..recover... ..<(;l""fIlIYI"...... N............Ab..lulelyNaar..... .....t Vllnlllr.!
the time and thought of practical experts and file with me their said claims,or paymentwill Im.ntea.y.Nif htly ral.elosei: !est l'ow.r..
:Yellow Pine Lumber .Ith.r.... '1.111.. I1.morr. \V I m 1>I.
as well as legislators to solve. IM barred. ...... and "II ."",. ,. H/f eMM1 Or fJOftHftt ""')
Tills mil day of Novemlwr 1800.Jll'JIIOR ... ..
Wards "pUU'
ofT
there is indication that
Happily
every H. JOKH, EAST WEST.DOUBLE tndacrslbs ,,, wtldhlw.tnrtl
NORTh AND I "I..t' li pon"a tuts on
KOUOII Jt" DRESSED, the country has now before it a period E. C. II. TvNiiiLL, County..ludKe.Administrator. you Itfirniiiiitjtyliililif' : r tfrnnl *r pr'itll. InnlHtun nav*
of confidence and prosperity In which nov2/aoey2e/ liitf t'KKU'RH'M NKHVIWOK, or iun>i lot It.
Orange Box Meade Can: b.. oarrlHil In 'pouk.t. .
this work can be done with all the wisdom DAILY SERVICE. pi-r. *'l p r box. or Ii for fit: rwlta It.t Apr.tiv.: : : :
Fruit Vegetable Crate and WrHtes./aarestee *. Uure.e taMonvjr.
deliberation it Its
requires. WASHINGTON. Patti Dhit fre..Sold" by dnunliiw.' AAdre.<
{. Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron vital importance, however, forbids unnecessary DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? ONLY 21! HOUB3JAOMOM7ILLEYO Ylty & MEIIIOAL AaC'N, ..:.a. III.
o through; bill of lading. Anyone contemplating delay. The Herald has suggested ONLY( 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORE .
1 ; but luintf; on the test: Coast, would do well to !Mold! by J. IJ. Scroven, only.T.AD.
write for price. Th Sawmill Is satiated on the that the problem should be sub- Lato Improved Pullman Sleeping Car. and Butol tHa l
4.T. ft; K.f..R,., 9 miles south of Palatka. mitted for the study of a commission of Solid Voatlhuled Trains composed of
eminent experts. who could lay their Citrus Trees at reduced prices. An lag Car through without otumifn to Washington. Baltliaur. S0 VIAHS'XPIMICNOK.

Satsuma IIights, Putnam co.,Fla. conclusions before Congress for practical budded at tho ground on 4-year-old Philadelphia, New York and the Ea .. .

action. The times are propitious, and: Florida Rough; Lemon stocks.. :3,000 of "

u Pineapple Orange nn
be the appointment of this long-talked-ol Brown Ruby Tangerine HomosaHsa! -
Land For Sale Cheap.I and imperatively-needed currency com Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, :JfOc BoUdVe.tlbnl dTralD" from JaakaonTllla to Cincinnati via Everett, Atlanta and Chattanooc

mission. each, *:*! l.25 per 10(1.

have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland Yours truly, Boone's Early & Mutt's Blood COc ONLY 24 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO CINCINNATI.
each *40 100. ONLY 25 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLE.
per
SOUND MONET.
on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- MARKS
Satsuma and Mandarin, 40c. each. ST. PAUL
low Eden 40 of which being northeast Lamb Orange: COo. each. Direct OOIIDeeUon for CHldAMO. CLEVELAND DfDtANAPOLW. DETROIT OISIOMS&eo
and all North and Wo... OOPYNSONTS
quarter of northeast quarter of section The whole story of the wonderful cures Seedless Grape Fruit 0c. each $40 point ... ..... _.
ttGrolmblr
18, township 38, south of range 41 east; by Hood's Sarsaparllla Is soon told. It per 101)) 'THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JACKSONVILLE TO KANSAS CITY .te&SStttStf. MUntabl*. Ctxamvulaailana.Ib.. itrlotlr I.
makes the blood rich, pure and nourish' Also all of the varieties of peachesthat .uoaitentUil. NIQue' ftnoar for mimm patan4Is
and
MmrphlaONLY
the other 40 is the northeast quarter Without change, yta It..ere', AUmata Wrmlnfham "' ....rIaa. We can e wablatflm; oma.I .
be suited
It scrofula known best to this
t ing. cures catarrh rheumatism. are to n YNea A Gil ,_IveSCIENTIFIO
of southeast quarter of section S, South Florida section. Including the 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. =moat la J.fO..b

township 38, south of range 41 east new Free !Stone Orange peach, that AMERICAN
,
i1 I I The above land can be bought for $10 Hood' Pills act harmoniously with originated In Orange county, and is the ASHEVILLE HO11TE-.T rou"h Bl epln< Car* dally Jacktonrlll to beaetifsll, IU_........ lareees eireul.tlcfl, ..f.op
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver Ills best peach yet out for tills section. oUdnastl. Tl. ......-"1... through the ...._&llIe 10>............... '......... III!,earl
per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, SlJOal* aiontha. Mpwil 1..... ........_d&U..D
25 cents. JAMES MOTT "LAND OP THE SKY. Wet 011 fAinm Mill tn* A4dra*
lemon lime ,
orange, or growing. MUNN L CO.

,: Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for FAITHFUL MEN OR ORLANDO NCBSEBT, Prop'r. For drt. lod Information a* to sates. ..,beII...... slMrplnc oar r__Uo a, CNN. apply N 341 8r.y. M.w {rk.

ij cash. This land will soon be worth f.5O WANTED to travel for responsible Winter Haven, Fla. may a._a of the BOCTBM BAILWAT or It.-ooenieMouI. .

per acre.Apply. established house In Florida. Salary J.. 8HII'JUIf lortda P.... Agt 311 W... Bay Stl'.t. Jacksonville 87aJ.
Wanted-An Idea
to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE: $780 and expenses. Position perman W. A. TUBK, S. H. HA .DWIOI', Z phMOIP
Machine
-The Walton Rapid Calking IL CULl' .
ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed ..... Pc .. oor Ideasi t..y mp JwlotaJr- wNitaweM .
office; or to Robbins & Graham, TtnsirWe ( stamped envelope. The National Star No. one, $.; No. two, >10: No. three, tilTitusville Tra/Se Ii......... 0s.Pan..Aga, 0. Aga.W.ebingye.D.Q. J/1RM wabDRRYDLN '' r..N.AnaM .
Fla. Waohl........ D. O. 1b1.at..AC4 _A .... ::r. w1. prW e.KC
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f ..+ 'INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.'+- know that the ADVOCATE 'bas met How Christmas Was Observed not go' ahead with the work until the .
tenths on hand have been exhausted,
,
with "the
signal success during past CRATES !
On the last Coast. putting the shell first of all on the principal .
,
Advertisers may"be seen
year. half loaf
AfrBBKLV: JOUERAL'DEVOTED: TO.lRR DR_ ) tbol'onghfarebetter a
by a glance at our columns-have than bread at all. Roesch
no Mayor
OrMBKT: OF TUB INDIAN BIVKR: : LA"B [Continued from let page.]
i WORTH ADD! BWCAYWB BAY BBOTIOM: supported us liberally; our list of has taken hold of the matter, and we For Best Crates at Lowest Prices Write fox'
subscribers has steadily increased, also left beautiful trees, loaded wltb hope there will be no further loss of
nice things for food] children, at the time In completing the work. TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES, .
PUBLISHED BVERY FRIDAY. and Jms been
our Job department homes of the little Misses Jean Barnes, ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,

kept fairly busy throughout the Eloise Hogg; CarHo Irwin and others, Death of lUre l ;.K. J. Burns. LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.
OHAi. 1[. WALrox'Ealtor&Troprlear.YRI1a' year; and if the New Year treats besides the lots and Jots of pretty, nice,
well as the old bas done sweet and useful things he brought to Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To
us as Our Eau Galllo correspondent says : '
.
u' oft every home In tills favored town. Xmas G. F. PADDISON Eau Gallle Fla.
,
there will be no complaint coming It:is with sorrow that we learn of the
lit
a time. How the children would
grand
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, clertth of E. J. Burns. The body was
t from this office. As in conclusion love to keep Santa with them all the
here the schooner Edna
brought ,
AFFILLITNDroWITR: THE we wish our readers a happy and I' year, if he would only k'ccp! giving them Tuesday morning on, and taken to Canaveral -

I I.! National Editorial A snoriaiion.Dl prosperous New Year, we assure presents. by the steamer Spartan, for interment Ship Your '
them that we shall ever endeavorto On Tuesday evening, a very pleasant accompanied by his sorrowing _
if.ulvtx.' must be..Me'lM'r.p! live to the motto with which Christmas entertainment watt held at tileConJtrcA'"Uonlll relatives. Archdeacon Brown of St.
up
.nnAlly at thUKiflkw. .rotor writing. our first has been graced "10 1 church which was largely Gabriel's Episcopal church, Titusville.of Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc.
page attended. The church was beautifully which the deceased won' n parishouer, ,
these many.years, viz: *r'Tis not decorated with arrived here and
fresh
Aridros All oonarautrtontloiiB to flowers. Monday evening, accompanied To the Reliable firm of .
in mortals to command success, the remains to Its late home. '
INDiAN'] VER ADVOCATE but we'll do more-deserve it." 8KIIASTIAJT. Air., Burns was well and favorably & CO. ;
GANDY
A. O.
'1ITU8VILI.B, FlfOBOB... On the night of Dec.' 2::>th the youth known all through the Indian and ,
and beauty of the neighborhood wended Banana river sections, and had done
THE "powers that be** in 'the their way to the Palm house, to participate .much to build up the neighborhood/ of Merchandise Brokers and r

Cbeakete.may heanade. payable to I'B"'LR" city of Paris have decided that the In the pleasure of the ball: given by Canaveral, where he had taken up his

el.'WA1a )R,]....bll"hOl' MX! proprietor. gambling of a wife constitutes Mr. and Mrs. Kitrhing. The hall was home. His untimely death fills his Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
fiiends with
'- -, .- -,,, --- sufficient grounds for divorce. very artistically tlucoiated with palms, many profound regret. ,
holly aDd hiint.lnrr. miilrlnrr n citvllrlnrrand ..
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beautiful combination.; Smith's; ; 10 Street Jacksonville Fla.
Bridge
JttESSACK OF'TJIIiJlK.I.US.t :: SOME enterprising statistician and string dancing band furnished delightful music, See These Prices HEFEREXCES:State Hank,of Florida, Baker& Holmes, Raymond &: Knight, Southern Express .
has that was kept up until the'"wee Company, ,or Railway Agent of thin city.
discovered on an any
/" ,Withe l>..H.*..f tho Now Year averagean sm,," hours.) Homo of th4 dancers ''wore <
Itinic oat wall your umnimiH" clear' ; American writes 21 letters each fancy costumes, they being under the For 30
Days Only
:llMiftKO-ot hope, dpJi.Jr l | to quell| ,
40 Impression that it be
In bone upon your fcUvory I swell. year ; an Englishman ; a was to a bal

.. lUnf/ ,liellH. ..f clinor M..HH. the ,Know Scotchman, 30i; an Irishman 16, and masque.enjoyable'rho alT.ilr ball was, being a:very the brilliant first of W. :B. DAWSON
1 Till with onimice faint b.."rl"plow; I IHabk and an Italian 6. It would be interesting the season. Strictly First-Class Budded ,
friend MMtmutlnltlilenn, lovei Jl>dwnidly to discover from what
Orange Trees $21. O and HetailS533
per Wholesale
.I Kant. lout tlu t wand oOtmaplo-polfl; ; ? source the figures are derived. IfALAXAn.

:MiuMoHtof Bit,,hath ilenth natrlind one Christmas Day passed off very quietly tOo without Regard to Va
Wliime preHMMie, wa Do We llfc'H miir? here. In the evening there was an MERCHANT
HAROLD M. SEWALL: of the
;Vet look notfciuik.. 'f.JH darkest oloiiit son entertainment, with a good programme, rieties. : : : WINE &
lint nerves an azure nky; to Hliroud.. ..late candidate for the vloe-presl. aM well as a linn Xmas tree and lots of LIQUOR I

Thy friend Jill fealty yet-.ay prove' dency on the silver democratic nice presents from Santa Claus. Uoone's' Early, Pineapple, King, Parson -

Jove And. folly that oodhl'twnra ohenge.we lent wealth. never to inrmrn love, ; national ticket, f is the republican EAU GAI.LIK. Brown, Tangerine, Majorlca, Homasnofla -

WillIe tickle fwtuno'vwlMuil cloth. turn. candidate for representative of A large company filled the Casino on.. Tardlff, St. Michael, Naval, 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

.Orlnn.loath,though oon<|itnrer of clay, Bath in the Maine legislature, to Christmas Eve, to greet St. Nicholas and SUrk's Seedless, Ruby and Jaffa Blood,
I .Thyol..vod.on..l.th Ji,_ to a tnlgbtlor eanqii ImtcrcwteU..ror'H.tlmo'away, sea fill the vacancy caused by the resignation view tho children's Chrismas tree. Every May Bonan, etc. Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines Havana
,
To.it .fulr HlMiten,, -ntoralty. of the present re-resen- little one and many of the grown folks Triumph, Walton and Seedless Grape

tative. received presents. oil the tree. An Interesting Fruit. Villa Franca, Genoa and Blair Mexican and Florida Cigars
programme of vocal and Instrumental -
:A HAPPY NEW YEAR. music. and rnr.ltntinnHwna- ran. Sicily Lemons. Every tree guaranteed -

AN exchange calls the attention dared by the scholars; assisted by their true to name. FINE FA.NCY GIB OCEI .IE .

Wdth the advent of the Ne growers piano, was especially encored, and Mrs. WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods.ttr .
Peach Trees 4 to 0 feet lOcts.
it -will not be out of place to the importance of keeping an ac- Ilanna's ,
singing wan listened twith
!: Price List application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
east A hasty retrospect at its pre- curate record of the cost of rats rapt attention. Mice| Gilbert, Mrs Japan Persimmons, Figs Japan upon
lee j8on-and( eee if.we .have made ing, transporting and marketingtheir Smith, Miss Paddlson and Messrs. J. A. Plums, Roses, etc. If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references..

any progress In the year .Just left crops, and of the gross and Gilbert and A. R. Hodgson also assisted. AddressCEO.

behind lUlL The beginning of 1895$ net returns, both as a means of COCOA. H. WRIGHT.

found ''us tin BON straits. As the demonstrating which crops bring Christmas festivities were held I In Orlando, Fla. ,

beginning 185 wise marked by the largest net profit, and to encourage Kyer's halltheiise of which was goner New Fall Goods. c '
the tnoetdisastrous 'Calamity the Immigration by the publi- ously given. by Mr. Eyer for the purpose.
A .
tree
large was well loaded with
state bas erer. .xperionced, so the cation of the results obtained. and presents
especially gilts for the cbll-
New York Dental ParlorsPermanently
I end of .that.;year .was fonus, marked dren. There was music, and several

I.by the lose of much property >by: AMONG the measures suggested songs were rendered by the children, An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept in
who had been
drilled by Mrs. E. J. Wilson
flre.Everything i for the reform of the postal laws, ; and a number of recitations "
!, : was temporarily at a; is the establishment of a one-cent also a part of the interesting exorcises.were \\1'" "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS,

stand-Q AI[, and the question on the rate for letters not'exceeding 'half Dr.W. r.. Hughlett was presiding officer. !
all 'Y. I). CLOTHING Etc Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt In
lips of was, uliow about the Capt. Oliver represented Santa ,
future y It was not long 1 how an ounce in weight'' ;; the prohibiting Claus with his staff, and leading a veritable shipping. One can depend to get good value for his t

of certain' publications from coat:: bedecked tricolors, he 'wag money. We Sell to Dealers
,, I mfGore the people settled Using the one-cent a pound rate ; the transition from the musical and Located.Nearly only.Some .

I down to .buslllM! s,,. .ajid :though no and the requiring freight or express literary part of the programme to the opposite| ] State Baiflc of Florida. "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING,

great ctridee to prosperity.could be, to be employed in forward. distribution of the prexents. It was achildren's At No. 11 1 East Bay Street. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Absolute -
expected find. eurselvec better tree, and they greatly enjoyed : .*
we Lug bulky articles sent out by the It. ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. Bargains. Call on or addrossBENEDICT.
.
off than at the beginning .of the
various governmental departments. Trlnan will IftA a. )<'0110"'.!
4nlnrA POLLAK & CO.
flirt Ttnnltuf. --- -- .
jt1ininK Itojl .
lust ended, and -with far n *wnA
year better ........ : .
Oolc Filling* .C 1.OO& -
8 -VITn';; ;;; "a ne-;;;; : 111'
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procpeeta before than has on the chil other FlllfiiK... ... ..... .... .no to UK; 32. 34 & 36 W.
ua St.
THE importance of keeping our dren were generally well remembered, IMuten.... ....... ...... ............. 8.00 to 1D.CM' Bay Jacksonville Fla.
\ been the ease for BOOM .yearn past. all having a pleasant and enjoyable time. Full Bets(very bent). ,... ........ 12.00 to 15.0O
sidewalks and streets clean and
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This year will eee the substantial Irregularities corrected. I
growth of the tobaeelt industry all our towns neat and orderly is 11O8KLAND. U- Your patronage solicited. JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN Vice-president:

over the state; it will .see the gradual worthy of especial attention at Christmas passed off very quietly; nobody F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
this) season of the year. A pretty, killed, hut several laid up for re Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla.
improvement of our! highroads, pairs. Mrs.( L. C. Moore
spent Christmas
I and new and ever.illereluing.otrorts w&ll-kept town attracts visitors, In Melbourne, returning Hoseland INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
and is hold them
likely to ; where. on Monday evening
towards the development and material accompanied by the
} welfare of thai brightest state as'the town of slovenly appearance Misses Goode, of Melbourne. J. S. JOHNSON CO. ,

in the union. repels ; and, if once seen in its dis (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

I heveled state, will never be returned Mwnufaotureri of -
To wander outside of our dm- Eau Gallie. Authorized capital $1OOOOO
.
mediate surroundings; the gallant to.CoxORESSMaN ....Fishing Supplies.... Paid up capital, $25OOO

struggle of the Cu bang' to throw Average deposits $160,000Transacts
off the Spanish yoke lens been ClIAS. 1\[. COOPER Mayor RocHch and J. H. D. Smith
at Titusville
were the
flistof the week
,
I 1.) dragging its weary }length through. is said to have withdrawn from on lelZalnmttel'8. a General Banking

r i out the the close of whichis the-race for United States senator.
year W. II. II. Oleason is down with the
I marked-sadly enough to( tho Hetis said to be a Bound moneyman measles: but Is getting well rapidly. Business
Cubans-by the death of their and as he thinks he would Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope,

,.; I greatest general Antonio ]\:["ceo.The have to pledge himself to vote for up Real from estate Melbourne agent,last R. W.Monday.Eli Goode. was Tackle Corks, of Lends, Twines, Etc. Fishing Largest and Oldest( Bank on the River ra
Description Hooks
chief features of the -WAT-if| the coinage of silver at 16 to 1, independent Walker, of Woodley, was In town Lines, Rods every, Reels, Sinkers, Baits; eto. p1N f Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries. '

newspaper reports are to be believed of other nations he Monday. lIe came to sell shell from 1rV- TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY. Nl

and we doubt many of them says 'he would rather withdraw Two Dollar Bin if. Baltimore Mel. ,, PlRECTOBSjjAR.FRrrcnARD'W.lt.BARicBTTl

p -have been butcheries that \would :3tlr. Cooper has undoubtedly madea Lon St. Clair came up from AVoodley of tbe National Banknf Jacksonville(\
disgrace any station that is supposed good.congressman, and we have to spend tho holidays with his folks. r Jacksonville I>UIIKEK (Vtce-Prealilent' National Bank of' ;
.
ti. ) and W. M. BROWN.CORRESPONDENTS.
t to have rust off the unsavory no doubt be would have made a Goo. Houston was here, over Christ. ..J. II. MENSING.. .

I habiliments of barbarism, and tile gaod senator. The ADVOCATE_ was 1111\8., with_)u llltt_ __ family___n___.,. _a.nvnln_____..... *W.-. ...'....fr. ?, +"tfr Seaboard National Hank of New York and
aptitude of the Spanish command strongly in favor of Unas. 1\1. Pierce on Tuesday. Wholesale and Retail- 'e National Bank of Jacksonville. 20

ere to read victory In defeat and I Cooper:: -no matter whether he was J. I.. Dorton, of Flows, N. C., arrived '1"1I"rUSVILLE, FLA.

play the role of Ananias to per for gold or silver. .Our next here Monday' on a visit to his brother 1 COMMISSION MERCHANT,

fectlon.I choke will.be Mr John E. hart.a W. B. Dorton.Dr. .

The year has seen the rise of ridge of Jacksonville-that is, if Brown, of Melbourne, was called -) Dealer In (-

I new democracy and its overwhelming he is in therace for United States In to attend Capt. John Houston last, MIAMI
!
Monday. Capt. Houston Is suffering Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Fruit, Vegetables -
defeat; it has demonstrated unator. with a carbuncle and bilious fever. eto. Consignments solicited. + + +

the power of oratory to sway multitudes Annie Prompt and honest returns guaranteed.
Miss Paddiaon was remembered Market and stencils furnished
and carry away conventions TilE EAST COAST. by her Sunday school class on Christmas quotations
I.I t ; It has shown that though with tho present of a handsome picture. oit application. Town Lots

1 the people may be temporarily inftuenoed LESIN TX.V, Kv., Dec. 20(), 181)0.EtHtur ) also Tho superintendent, Mrs. Adams! was I 0 Newnan St., Now on Sale I IA. !

by the voice and personal Advocate : remembered. Phone 70!). JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

magnetism! of one man, their com- Dour 8lr-Will you please send me one Ktngnn Hodgson, is spending his vacation Reference: State Bank of Florida.
mon. en-ee will re-assert itself of the new IlliiHtruteil folders of the East holidays with his\ relatives,. nnd E. KINGSLEY '
can be seen daily speeding along on his General Agent For
I. when tbe time for action arrives. Const of Florida-referred to in last In bicycle. MtabllKh..t 18H3.L. ,
of the ADVOCATIC-for which
die I will 1
Rumors of have
war been rite
.! bo much obliged.: Miss| Maud Taylor down
came from
+ throughout the year, but the opening Less than ton years ago: we went to Cocoa; to spend the holidays with her BARBOT & CO. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.. J.

; of the' New Year finds us at Tltiisvllle to go to Biscayne Day, and parents. ,
with All the nations were directed to the tUirnal, Service: oMoo( CHOICE .
t peace though The BUSINESS
steamer Courtenny did not make AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
I In the Indian River hotel for information. Generar. Commission.
hovering on the brink of an outbreak Tho officer In charge\ told us we her regular run Monday, some part of
I with Spain ; and on that would have to go either by the ocean In her machinery" being out of order. y In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

1- brink we shall probably continue sailboat, or get an ox: cart take axes, Bovine people had great sport Christmas 0. e y en N. ww Fruit and Vegetable
to hover till Cuba either gains her nnd cut our way through; the country. day. A whole ox was roasted, and g: a ..D 1! 8. Lands on

., independence or' lays down her ball What been.a benefactor After all Mr.what II.could M. Fliigler do horse-racing Indulged In. M ;;; 8"d Q.:> aya.o.a l_ Iin.: ui ni,?( .. nn..;) '='no .;""'I'Io.n... _
we --- ----- ..T -- ""' '''' .a& .
arms, which latter'contlnjtency at without the plutocrats-even our free Little Jessie St. Clair was the pleaser! _a. 'w ::Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors- and Settler..7Main
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present seems not very likely( to silver friends of the Kant: Coast, redeemed recipient of a well-tilled ChrltttntM box,
occur. from. pioneer\ life to ooeom In so sent Chas.from New York by his sister Mrs. 329 & 331 Poydras St., Office, Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
short n time, citizens of one of th jnosl Weller. _
Let us hope( that the year, over NEW ORLEANS, LA.
conspicuous sections of the Union-must Messrs. G. W. Hays and J. F. Smith .
the threshold of which we are just admit they have their uses. sailed down to the Narrows Christmas ( Canal Punk.
stepping; will see a system of in- The ADVOCATE comes with great regularity day, on the Annie Laurie. They visitedour REFERENCE (I Commercial Metropolitan) Agcnrie Hank. FLORIDA
ternatiojual arbitration established and Js read with never-failing. Interest. old friend John McAllister, and CHILL AND FEVER TONIC.

at any rate between the most_ pow.erlul found him busily engaged with a large ..
Wishing you a prosperous, happy year, field of egg-plants. -
/ raz .'tcd.-.A :Man

western nations hemispheres of the,,eastern which and will MR*. MABOAUICT I am, yours ABXOI.D truly, OaooM. town The U work of shelling the streets In In every section at once to sell staple Every Bottle Warranted to Cure any Case of Chills & Fever .

preclude any further possibility being unnecessarily delayed, gootLt dealers; no peddling; experience ,
Bones pending the matter-of procuring the unne<- j best side line. Or
I war between tboin. Wanted. .lHoIL Good serviceable shell Is offeredat sary Salary; and : $75.00 amouth. Money. Refunded. ,
expense or large
Within our ow. email sphere I it and f 10 per carload delivered here, and commission made. Address with: cent H. R. THOMAS
Save ., rend them to the there: U ,
is ourselves. ;jour no reason why the work should
very gratifying&0 stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton
JaoksonvllU Fertilizer Cc.'-, South Jacksonville be delayed another hoan. If the nb- Soap Chemist and
and and Druggist
Ut ut Rope $Q swr le.der..to I Fla. Will cash for them. foes have Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati / !
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'f 'a S.Department of Agriculture'eatlier ber were In attendance, and report havIng and Mrs George Hatch on Xmas day
ASK the rmovcroddynpeptici
spent enjoyable evening.Mr. E B Williams &
(, Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. very Mr. Sam Childs' sloop, Nnladet Is in e uffcr.rn, ,victim bilious n ff..r. ; : Cote
and Mrs. of the Narrows, command of Charles s win- and afiiir the .
f The following I I. a comparative statement came down to spend Christmas with ter. :She Is neatly fixed up for the accommodation mercurial diused
4 [ of temperature and rainfall fur the Mrs. Michael, whose husband is one of of the pleasurelovingtourist. patient, health how they,chi,racoverati err- .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
...
'I Week ending: Tuesday, Dec. 20, 180(5.( our merchants. ful apuita, wiltell ...
& 180 -1895- appetite;thev
Your correspondent acknowledges receipt Charles de Longueuil, accompaniedby vou by taklnit, liiv-
J'f ATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. of an Invitation to a Masked Ballat Mrs. Dawson, are at the Now Rock- t MONA LlVtK Kl.OULATOM. 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, CA.
ai 64 1 53 71 B5 the Opera house, Titusville on Thursday ledge( direct from :Scotland. They will .
I, 24 72 51 73 08 evening to dance the Old Year out be here the entire
season, having spent .
The Che. ,,'. Parent and Beat Family 3.'oa ruicl oiiiOMtic '
]
eiLu 1"i'J.uit.
2;S 7 b 60 73 00 and the New Year in. last winter at the. same hotel. Medicine" In the World : (? :
21l 75 I 57 73 05 .
Miss Frances dismissed school For DYSPEPSIA: CONSTIPATION, tnnn.
WaiIIa
27 76 BO 75 70 dice nillouattackit,SICK IIKAUACMICColic: .
k'' 2U 63: 64 73 64 Courtenay.Christmas last Thursday, And will resume her duties Depression of fepirita, bOUK t>STOMACH: VKOKTA11LKS I FRUITY"'
21) 03 48 75 04 next Monday, giving her pupils Heartburn, etc. This nnrivnllnl remedy 1 I lewarranted
String llearm.
not to contain M single! particle of Oranges,
., Total rainfall for the week: 0:13: Inches about ton days vacation which they MKHCUKV or any mineral a"bat.nce. but U t'nulillnwer.OkraCulury. IMnanas
Departure from normal rainfall for the passed off very quietly at seem to be enjoying/ with all the vivacityof 1>UW IJL.Y. V i:01ST A UL.K, Grape Fruit, "
and
week: plus 0.53 inches. Departure this place. young vigorous life.J. containing tho e Southern Roots and Herb Cucumbers. Lemons, .

rom normal rainfall since January I, Miss A. T. White spent Xmas with W. p"jtl'.RDlI family of six, arrived which an where all-wise( Liver Providence Diseases hna most placed prevail.It Incouniriea Tomatoes. \ '* \ Imps, .
inns -I.6llncbes. friends In Cocoa.D. from Philadelphia Monday, and will will cur all Diseases caused by Derange. heels, Cabbage, Ponchos, \
J.. VV. CKONK, Observer.Melbourne tarry at the New Kockledgo for some mint ol th. Liver and ItoweU. :Squash, 1'lneaPI'II'R, ""1
W. Gwaltnev recommends Charles time. :Mr.: Page entered Immediatelyupon The SYMPTOMS!: of Live Complaint are a :Now Potatoes, Strawberries, ".
bitter or bad tavto In thenollthl; Pain In the
Blum & Co.'s bitters for sick headache. the sports incidental to a winter's Bark Sides, or JuJU often nmtnken for KlieumatJHin Egg: ;: Plant Grapes,

E.. W. La Roche and IT. II. Jenkins stay in Florida. Bowelu;altorimtoly lour Stomach roniivo; and Lone lax of| 11ouSaclie) Aspaiagus./ ,.' Cocuanuts.

camo .up from the Narrows last Saturday The subject of good roads l is receiving LOAM of Mvmoiy, with a piiinful Hpnaation of _
I __ _
--:-- y .', .. having fulled:; In d< Homotliiiijr\: which ought to O. mo. 0 0. .. .. _
iGOODB &i: noonlt-:lloal\, Eotate and Loans special attention. Commissioner /Sharpewas have been dune. ; Debility) Low 3plrH, thick
f Airent for -* tna, l.oinlnn' and Liverpool adtt" L.AI.T Harper Is having very !good luck In town Tuesday evening, to confer yellow iinpiMiiuiuu of the Skin end I KVCH, a dry
1 Rlobeandlmerial'Fro )nll".noo., 'Special trapplog,'bavlng caught five otters last with those chiefly interested road Improvement Cough otter. miKliikrn of fur these Connuniptlon.SimiuttmoH : attend G. G. SPRINGER
many avinutcm
attention paid to the interwta. of non resl- which can be taken as a forecast .
deut week. the disoeee, at others very tew; but the J.IVKH .
of rapid advancement In the long m puncrnllv the teat of the ttiHenxe, and if not
. W. M. MeRae\ .of Tltiisville, visited cherished pl.in of paved! driveways In Regulated In tl Hie, rent anffenue, wretched ''
. IIOTEt CARLETON, i;MELBOURNE:, FL .-+ I Major Tiffin's ostrich farm, last Satur- and around this favored section. It net. and DEAL H will. enxue.The esteemed. "Mlon..ne.. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
following highly ,
Houutlfullv .Riot .I fin a high butt
: over
:
comes from good that the of Liver
authority Slimming Helulau"Gen.
to the virtue"
:IemkenKtheIndian, and ratw River.reimnnnltle.F. Flrtlnii. acoouiinoildtlnnB day.No North Cocoa. road, ns far as Dr. :Scholield's W. S. Holt, Pre.*. "'R. S W. R. K Cot: ) Rev
Coast
the East
paper along can J. K. Perry URI Col. B. K. Spiirkd", Albany
j, ROBERTSON, Proprietor. : beat the ADVOCATE as an advertising will be shelled without a break ,Feider1 lie.; 0. tis.toreslE.q.' hlieritl BIbb Car,;
medium. by February. While to the south, Mr. (j...t Ion. Alexander H. Slep .en... I IC E ANDDistilled
1 "We Imve tinned its personally, and
I'BrVATE nOARPINa HOUSE:-TIie Oooile II. S. Williams has recently partly know that far .. vlrtlle"h .. and
House, on Fountain Heitfhttt./ Melbourne I Beans are being shipped in large; shelled, and Mr. Merwln, ::II rll. Chat- Throbbing ITcadiuhe it 1 m thebvHt: medicine, the
now open, to the public For term aildretta quantities via the steamer Juno and theJ. field and Mr. Blakesley are only waiting world. ever...w. We tried forty other remedies I
MRS. R. W. OOODE. ., T. & K. W. Railway. for material to begin operations. before SiintnutiH Liver Regulator but none leave
\lint
UH more than tempotnry" relief! ; the Kegu-
J. R. Miott D. S. Nisbet,W. F. Smith- \later not onlv relieved, but cured us.-ED. Water
:Melbourne has a fine Gun Club, and ion and Sam Sanders all of IndlauoU, TCLbOttAI'll AND JllLsstNUbK. : : Macun, "' ...
some crack shots are In it, too. in last. THE ROCKLEDGE STORE him the MANUFAC'IUHEU: ONLY IIV
were Courtenay on Monday
J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
finest display of goods along the East Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
Hotel Carleton fine dinner
Rave a turkey F. L. Whitlock, H. II. Sams and sister Coast. ,
Our assortment is so largo and
Christmas Day to a large number of Miss Cellia Sams, came up from Banyanto
guests. spend Christmas with their parents. varied, that we can supply you with "Zanders! who took turkey with 1lr.V.. FACTORIES......
anything you need. We make a specialty !- O. Paterson's .
Melbourne Base Ball Club will meet Charles T. Harper spent Xmas with of supplying yachting parties. family! Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
'
the Eden Club this (Friday) afternoon, relatives in Banyan, returning home on PAXTO.N- & HATCH, Hockledge. Mr. IT. C. Eyor Is transferring his Flor

on the Melbourne field. Saturday on board the steamer Juno. curiosities' birds and animals from -.. -
Mr. F. C. Hewett, of Oswcgo, N. Y., lIe reported a very pleasant time. his room In Cocoa! to his curiosity store -

arrived in town Tuesday evening. He Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ragan, of Banyan, Cocoa. at New Horkledge Year's Day, preparatory to opening on SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
will spend the season at the Carleton.Mr. spent Saturday and Sunday with reU-

B. W. Ooode came home last weekto 'I lives here, returning home on Monday Captain and Mrs. Fromberger spent Sunday, the Rev, Mr. Host, the new .
spend Christmas with his family, and on board the Juno. Christmas week with :.Mrs.: Dawson, her Methodist minister, preached to a very

returned to Jacksonville on Thursday.Mr. mother. good sermons 1 congregation, ;being listened two most to most excellent atten- I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

John S. Broomhead, of Atlanta Malabar.Happy Miss Frances Sinclair was the guest of tively. .
Ga., arrived In town last week to spendthe Miss Lucy Moire at Palmetto hall on class SEEDS in the State
winter with his wife and two sons at Tuesday The strong wind that blew on Christmas <-.,....--
Day l l.ishod, the river so that the
the Goode House. New Year to all the ADVOCATE 011 rnr- SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere All Seeds tested
readers. J. L. Wilson Is cleaning up the lot at family A. F. Lapham wero not ableto
Col. E. P. Wright/ and wife and also the Methodist church, and putting; it in cross to Jalina. Laplmm's' at Indlan before none out.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby, two children and I E. B. Arnald has ripe strawberries on nice condition. ola, for their family <'lulstmas<: dinner. L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
nurre left for Tbomasville, Ga., much to his place.C. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE> FLA
the regret of their fiienda in Mel- Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ conduct
bourne, who hope many to see them with us C. Carroll has been planting a large service at St. Maik's:: church, next Sun- YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fishing -
again next winter. crop of Irish potatoes this week. day, morning and evening. Tackle ever brought to Indian

Miss Mamie Starck made a business The band members River at the Kockleilgn store Do not A Fertilizer for
ma.klnA'treat Fruit.
are
Mr. and Mrs. Hewett, of Virginia, are to Melbourne / fall to cull!! nod examine thiN line Rtock. c./
stopping at Hotel Melbourne. They are trip on Tuesday. preparations for their ball on New Vcar'sEve PAXTON & llAfCii, Koukludgo.FlrO .
enjoying the fishing and yachting on our Charles Wolf returned to his home at at Eyer's hall.

lovely river, and seem well pleased with Jensen, Monday, after a visit to lends Lumber has been placed ou the lot of "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer "
-- --- -- --
their comfortable liere.Chas.. ill Titlisvlllo.! ,
quaiters. Dr. L. T. Daniel, for a residence,. the

Mrs. L. C. Mooro, of Roseland, spent W. Bolton went to Melbourne, work upon which will begin soon. :Pr:1oe: sg5.00. Per Ton.GUARANTEED .

Christmas with her parents-Mr. and Monday, and will\ visit Titusville, Cocoa Mr. O. K. Wood Is having his residence Tho residence of 1). W. Nichols (colored
airs John Goode-at their beautiful and other points ere returning.Mrs. re-shlngled. ), situated about one hundred yards ANALYSIS :........
home in South :Melbourne. Mrs. Moore, west of the F. E. C. Lino depot, was Moisture. . . . .... ,8 to 10 Per Cent
with her two nieces-the Misses Annie ( Roy McFadden and daughter and The ladies of the Avilah will hold burned to the A'rounlllJllt: Sunday night, .. . ,,4'i) to 0" "

and Jessie Goode-returned to her home, M.with and II.P.C.McFadden Starck and all family.spent Christmas the their reception of at the 5th.Mr Library-room. on all the furniture and personal effects PhoHphorlo Aclil. . . ,f to (I "
Ercildoune Inn, where the Misses Goode evening January In the house being also destroyed. The
Potash (Actual). . ,. ... ,fl to H" "
intend to( spend a week or so.yam' Beach & Arnold, who own a large or- C. G. H. Collins returned home owner (Nichols) was attending church "
ange nursery here, latelygot( a cash order this week, from Jacksonville, whither when the fire was dlscovod, his sick wife Made, exclusively from Blight Cotton Sued Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bono-
for 4,00() orange trees from parties in he went to meet his daughter coming and three children being asleep in one Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stoma. and Sulphate of Potnnh.
GIVE THE "ADVOCATE"
: AN New Orleans. Our nursery is getting from New York with two children of the rooms at home at the time. Theywere rrVI.ltu' for directions for using and further particulars; also auk for
ADVT. It is a Good Advertising Medium very popular. gotten out safely, however, but copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a lingo stock of all FeillH
for those who want to increase Mr and Mrs. Wilson and daughters; nothing else was saved from the flames, zor Material, Cotton Seed Mual, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices before
their business. Miss V. L. Carroll went to Sebastian Allieiie and Naomi, took dinner with Mr. which quickly consumed the house, baying buying. We nook till growers trade direct.
t oil Christmas night; and attended the and Mrs. C. J. Coggtn and family on : nothing but the remembrance of
Christmas ball given by Mr, and Mrs.S. Christmas Day. what had been a home. The conflagration WILSON & TOOMER,

Banyan. Kltching, at the Palm house. She reports l in thought to have been of Incendiary The House Florida
time and the Captain W. D. Oliver and F. C. Clinton Fertilizer of ,
( a very pleasant says
there had been fire in
origin, as no
dined at Mr Gale's on Christmas
ball was the society event of the season. Jacksonville Fla.
the dining' room, outside of which: the ,
A Happy New Year to the rorylers of
Day.Miss flames were first seen, since dinner-time.
r the ADVOCATE.Mr. Frances Sinclair, the teacher
There was about $700 Insurance on the
and Mrs..T. T Snell and their Roseland. is preparing her pupils for an entertainment dwelling and furniture, the property .
r four bright children spent Christmas early in January, to secure school being valued by Nichols at ifl 000. Fred'1 S. Morsex XR
with friends Banyan. supplies. Nichols la an employe of E. I.. Brady &
Mr. Comstock has returned from his The family of J. M. Sanders spent Bro., of this place, and had worked hard
Crops of all kinds are In a flourishing Christmas holidays, and Is putting on Christmas at City Point, except Mr. for a long time to get his homo.
condition. Shipments of snap beans nee tile finishing touches to the ErcildouneInn.

going north daily. ._______.0__________ ________ __._ __0__ ___'_ _.. ___ ______. __ : = AmI ESTATE.,

Messm. Jernegan and John Wilson, of Mr. and Mrs. S.: Davis
Jensen, were among/ the visitors to Banyan Miss L. Cain, returned to accompaniedby Woodleyou PAXTON & HATCH MxdA.1 :=, :Ado 00., r eaore.=nA:: .

I, on Christmas Day. Monday morning by team. Mrs. Stokes
,
left In the evening by train. AGENT FOR LANDS OF
Captain John Houston wife and two ---- --,

I charming daughters, and Mr. George Mr. L. .C. Moore is still shipping oranges DEALEUS IN-
i\Hou ton and family all spent Christmas from his Frost Pio6f Grove. We Florida East Coast Railway Company,

with Mrs. McMillan. understand that Washington parties Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company,

We we wish the ADVOCATE a prosperous have secured all his crop that be wishes Dry Goods Notions Gents Hostijn A Florida. Atlantic Count Land Company/

New Year; and may it continue to to dispose of. .
i 1 hold Its position as one of the leading Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain had a family re- -- -- -
newspapers of the East Coast of Florida. union Christmas their
on Day daughters
The steamer Courtenay did not make Mesdames S. Davis and K, Stokes, with Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats Caps The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co

her usual trip to Cocoa on Monday. The their husbands, coming up fl'omVood- ,
little steamer Juno was around, however ley to spend the day with them.

delivering freight and taking on Monday evening, one of the bands on Hardware Crockery Corn Oats and Hay High Grade Groceries D. S"C"DLO'VV":: 0-0:0.1 Mann: got.: '

vegetables at every landing. the railroad water tanks broke, and for a (LATE. CHAPMAN A tlU1>LOW.)

Chas. Harper, Courtenay's mall car- few minutes it appeared as If the trains Tackle Ammunition and General Merchandise
rier, was visiting friends in Banyan on would have to get water elsewhere; buta Fishing South Jacksonville Florida.

Thursday and Friday, and returned to little extra pumping kept enough; MANUFACTURER OF -
Courtenay on Saturday, accompanied by water in the tank until a new band was OOB.LEJG-EJ": : PL.4.. -
his brother-In-law and sister, Mr. and put on, Tuesday.
1Irs.oJ.. li. liagan. S FERTILIZERS For Pineapples, Oranges, and

The dance: at the Gilbert house on New hotel, new furniture, modern Im
Christmas Eve was well attended and Rockledge. "THE PALMS provements. Fronting' on beautiful Lake -Vegetables and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
much enjoyed by all present. Messrs. -, Worth. :Now open for the winter of 'IJlI! Every ,
Jernegan and Sanders deserve praise for and '07. 2.00 to ta.olJ: per day. Special
the artistic manner in which the hall 11. E. Bemls now traverses our thor- rates by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla.Jarris Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc Also ,
oughfares; on his brand-new Sternes
was decorated. There also ball
was a at
wheel. Tho Pn2X1.O: hardTimofelf3raridAmmonia. : : ,,: :
I the residence of Mrs. P. A. McMillan on
, Christmas night; and so, BanyaniteH, Clarence Garvey, a sturdy Kentuckian, . 4 to 5
\,k with their friends, celebrated the greatest I III, passing some time at the Garvey Available Phoa. Acid..6 l to H percent( Jor JflUtt.OO 1'er Toil.

1,holiday of the year. grove, in South Kookledge. House. PotitHh K O. .0 I to 7 )
Highest Commercial Value given our brands the last Itulletln. Write for
Capt. A. J. Canova took quite a party OOOCXA. PLC>rl.XDA.:: Prices. Order for :2 ton and for our brand will bo delivered free .( all
lr If you need any job printing, we from this place and Cocoa to the ball at freight charges. to any railroad depot on the Kant Coast at catalogue price, until
;shall be pleased to get a share of it. Indlanola, on tbe night of the 25th.: IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ROCKLEDOE. further notice.DUREN.

It. E. McDonald Is spending the boll- Rates : $2. t) per day. Special rates by tho week or month 'P0.0- _. .0__."_ _. .. ... -.- .-
day vacation, from his school In Miami,
Fort Pierce.
with relatives In Cocoa and friends at
& FEASTER.
this place.T. .....

pink A Happy paper.New Year to all readers of the gressive. G. Ronald citizen, a of well Lotus known passed and pro-tbe BICYCLES.Best line in the State. GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and


On Monday, Mrs. Geo. Saunders left little holiday town.In our dignified and attractive Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, for Eden to spend a few days. Your patronage Solicited.

Mrs. l.ucy.Dardls ban. been Ivery HI. The yacht Rosalind, Capt. Bob liar- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
dee, carried a finding. to the ,
party pointof LUTHY, 150.00.:
We are. glad to learn she i* slowly re-
Merritt'a Island Monday, returning
recovering. Tuesday. FOWLER, $100, .7: .OIJ. '
Quite a number of our folk. attended 1 Baal Estate /
Kiss CbatflelJ gave the flint of a seriesof \
'the Xmas tree and.dance at; White Cityon card parties Wednesday evening, at CLEVELAND, $100, $s:>.00.

Tuesday evening.Mr. ber home, which was thoroughly enjoyed -
W. Hogg and family and Mr. by all present. WE.STFIELD, $75.00, $00.00. WILL s. TI307.E3S,

I Xmas Kruger with and Mr.family and Mrs.came Hogg.up to; spend The continuous rolling of the big ballsat ., -- ..., .... ]Mja2Xl.1.> .. ,::Dado! Oo.. .. P10rl.d.a: :

the New Rockledge bowling alley Dealer la choice land on Biscayne Bay Residence properties and term land,
There will bo service at the Methodist would Indicate that the of ten ; .
game pin B. F. MANIER Jr. 'JOG'
at Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Gr.ove. Fine piece of 20 acre Bay "
church, next; Sunday, by Mr. Treaear, la one of great popularity jiut now. Grove
Cocoanut
property *t CoeoMut Grove for $9,000; Fine residence at '
the near mlaiater appointed to the river. R F. Hatch, night operator at Eau Jacksonville, Fla. Lot at Cocoaaat Gro*. from' 9100 upward.. Eight: acre of land at r Bn n.t3,0II.t' : .

The Fort Pierce Social club gave aIXIance Gallie, and Horace H. Jon*), operatorand t 'I. .. I ." for $2'l .OO. Business block In Miami, lot 100x190, with houses bringing ,'ik
on Friday evening. Quite a aum- agent; at; Sebastian, dined with Mr. D." With Freyer:. Bradley Music Co. $7$ monthly, Iniaraaoe paid p for one year, for $3,000. _........ ",". tt4T >


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6' INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 1. 1897.

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l PERSONAL GOSSIP. Growth of the Human Heart.. 1 TWO PAPERS FOR ONE

"Saved Dr. Benecke of has made PRICE.
I My Life"A Marburg I
The president of the republic of Andorra -
known hill curious observations the
on
r :in the Pyrenees receives .a salary.
of |15 a year. VETERAN'S STORY. growth of the human heart. It appears An Opportunity to Get the "In-
I 1. from the doctor's deductions that the
itiver and
Paris dlaii Advocate"
I OeorgoaObarpentier, the publisher -
increase of weight and bulk it greatest
"Several while In
i years ago Fort the Florida Citizen Together -
has retired from the firm tbat
during the first and second of Ufo,
Minn. I ;years
Snelling
caught a severe
;, bears his name. the size of the organ at the end of the at a Greatly Reduced

.I The widow of Baron Hirsch has made cold, attended with a terrible cough, second year being exactly double what Rate.

-ay donation of 100,000,000 francs to pro- that allowed me no rest day or it was at the time of birth. It is also e
night. The doctors after exhaust The Florida\ Citizen l It.now one of the
mote the emigration of Russian Jews to noted that. between the second and seventh ? Ckso
Argentina. ing their remedies, pronounced my year it again doubles in weight most complete newspapel'lln the United FFl
1 I:>States ouulde of the great metropolitan
Senator Blackburn of Kentucky is an case hopeless say. and bulk. After the end of the second centers. Its type are set entirely by ''

athlete among athlete. He rides horse- ing they could do no year a slower rate of growth acts in un- machinery and its printing Is done or ('

I. tack not a bikn and thinks horseback more for me. At til about the fifteenth year the augmentation one of Hue's large presses. Steam and + cy/q

I Tiding and hunting the finest of sports. this time a bottle of of volume during the seven electric power both are used and tele- oG

The queen of the Bismarck! archipeln- or eight intervening years being only graph wires are carried directly into tin 'o',. OR
AYER'SCherry office. The best of material t is employed
about two-thirds. AM the period of
;go, who in making a tour around the of the
I maturity: approaches the growth of the In every department, and most
world will visit all the principal places old and
Pectoral was members of the force are ex-
in the United States Her sister lives inJIaverhill. heart; again makes. rapid progress, but perienced journalists. The news of the
MUlL sent to me by a Ten after the body has matured the organ world Is obtained from the Associated 4 r

I Count Adam Moltke who baa recently I, Q. friend who urged continues at the rate of about Press! and that of the State from representatives '\ '+. 1

become engaged to Miss Lonisetto me to take it, which dxty-one-thouaandtbs of an inch annual' stationed In every Important

I of I did, and soon after I was greatly ly' between the twenty-first' and fiftieth town. The greatest care Is taken to obtain 1
Bonaparte Baltimore, has an American ?
aunt in the of relieved and in a short time was years When the full growth is attained, correct reports and to avoid false
daughter Benjamin completely. cured. I have never had the average human heart is about 6 and sensational rumors. Particulars of r .
Button of Orange, N. J. .
low cilminalltles and oilier matter unfit .
Inches in length and 4 inches) in diameter. -
much of a cough since that
Miami Florence Lanterbach, daughter time It beat 100,800 times per day, or for household reading are excluded. In
.wf Edward: Lanterbaoh, president of the and I firmly believe Ayer's Cherry about 800,000,000 time. la lifetimeof politics the paper is soundly Democratic,

I New York Republican county qommIt- Pectoral saved my. life.v-W. IL 80 1'ear.-S& Louis Republic.a following the principles laid down by' SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I

I tee, has begun the study of law as a student WARD,8 Quimby Av., LoweUMasa.AVER'S Andrew Jackson and refusing to lend
Itself to temporary crazes and schemes Fluent Cuisine and Service. :No Transfer between. Jacksonville and:New York.
in the office of
her father. .
Theodore of T......
for advantage. The Dally Citi- Handsome New Steel Steamers
private The Fleet Is composed of the following i
I Photographs which were recently' Mr. J. Oennadins baa directed atten- zen Is believed to have a larger circulation "

taken; of Prince Bismarck and Li Hung tion, to the fact that in the Cathedral than any other dally journal south "Comanche" (new)"Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Senluli'

\ Chang sitting together on the terrace of Cherry Pectoral church at Canterbury there is no record of Atlanta and east of New Orleans. North-Bound.

the ex-chancellor's house at Fried richs- either in monument or in inscription, The subscription price of the Weekly

rub have been placed on sale in Berlin. Highest Awards at World's lair of perhaps the most eminent of its aich- Citizen la $1 a year and that of the From JACKSONVILLE Steamer FLA., are(calling appointed at Charleston to sail according), Bundays to the title, :Tuesdays and Thurs.law.
Daily Citizen 8. We will supply the 8. C., Mondays wednesr aye and Krlilau.
Theodore From CHARLESTON )
Two babes at English Ind. have bishops, of Tarsus. By the
recently -
AVER'S PILLS curs ladlBcilloii lid HudaclM INDIAN RIVES ADVOCATE and the For hour of Bailing see "Clyde Line"Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally iiapen) ,
I been christened Abraham Lincoln general consent of historians, from Bedeto Weekly Citizen together for :42.00 or the

Ulysses Grant William MoSinley' Bishop Stubbs, there is/ no greater INDIAN HIVKK ADVOCATE and the Dally SouthBound.Steamers .
to Rail from Pier 28, East River, New York at 8 p. m., u folio**.
emit Thomas in the annals of church than are appointed
Jefferson name of
Andrew Jackson
our Citizen for $8.00. A specimen copy For CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays Wednesdays and Frlilat.For .
II t James:Monroe William Jennings Bryan. BIT AND WHIP. that of the illustrious Greek who be- either the Daily or the Weekly Citizencan JACKSONVILLE: ,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and FiWai.Clyde's !.

Marshall. Field, the millionaire tween 609 and 690 established and or- be obtained by sending a postal cardto
mer-
Silver' Thread 2:10: > pacing has a ganized the second the office of the Citizen Jacksonville
British church
chant of Chicago, it is said, intends to filly at foot by Bellman, 2:14g. Florida. St. Johns River Line.DE .
tnake Washington his winter home. He founded with the aid of his assistants,

is to build a palace of such proportions fanny Foley! has been retired for the Hadrian and Benedict Biscop the ( BARY LINE)

M to give .bis entree .a profound impresaibn. season without having once been got to schools of Kent, and so permanently introduced Have You Any Vegetables or The Elegant) Iron Sldewheel Steamer

,. the post learning and culture into Eng Poultry For Sale 7 CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.
Adbell 3:88: the holder of the year land. It was this great man who may
Pierre Loti is said to of
spend more CAPT. W. A. SHAW
ling trotting record is in training at be said to have initiated our national
hid time before the camera than any Supt. C. B. Knott of the Florida East la appointed to sail aa follows:
in Kaiser William Palo Alto farm. literature, for our first poetry followed that truck Leaves Jacksonville a M p i m, Sundays, Tuesdays and Saturdays for IMIatlu
man Europe Hotel
; except Coast System requests
in the wake of his educational efforts. Sanford KntedrrUe!: and Intermediate landings on the tit. John a River.
''I t and the Prince of Wales. He has a Jockey: Bob Isom! remained over in Nor is this and poultry men along the East Coast Leaves Sanford v.oo a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.
all. Not
he
mania for being protographed in fancy Honolulu another boat to ride in a only did depositseveral communicate with him during the season ,.

coa tunics, match race for 1,000 a side. Greek manuscripts and among stating: what they have for sale and SOUTHUOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH JlOlS1::
t them a copy of Homer, in the libraryat he has established a Read dOWD. Roa.1 _
Sally M, the dam of Patfcmont, but he for instruction quoting prices, as Leave a.30 p. m. ......................... Jacksonville........................ Arrive a.w a. ftII
The Stoical Red Mae.I 3:09: #, and Altao, 3:0: # has Canterbury, provided purchasing department for vegetables, 8.411 p. m. ............................j.alatka....................... .,... Leave IMOII. a'a
I :My: sister and I school one a new in Greek as well as in Latin poultry, eggs, etc. 3.IHI a. m. ........... ... ........ .. Astor................. ....... .... a.IIOI.ftII ( ,
taught performer in Bill Frasier :2:16. and BO inaugurated classical learning in 4.30 a. m. .. .......................I\t. Franela........................... 1.110 a. b
winter in adjoining districts! in Brown Mr. Ed Mills of who .. S.30 a. m. ... ........ ........... ]ieresford ........................... 12.00 not.'

J county Kan., close to the reservation Star Pointer >3:04> > ,Boston also owns a owns full statue England., surely If the Highland comparatively Mary has insignificant a- Why will you buy bitter nauseatingtonics Arrive.'' 8.80 :: :: :::.::::::::::::.::::::::..'.' -f: : !.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: IM"n :: :

the Kickapoo Indians sister to Lottie : when Grove's Tasteless Chill 6' 9.26... m............ ............ ....Enterprise... ...................... D.aOa.b
One member of the tribe old Joe, a Lorraine 3:06)1. claims of this prelate to some Tonic is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. ...... ...... ......... .. ....80. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford).................. ..........12 O p s,
niftiest, good natured fellow was a It is reported that Quaker Boy, 2:14: }(, sort of memorial are at any rate worth Your druggist Is authorized to refund

J frequent visitor at farmhouses in the is suspected of being: on a ringing tour considering.-London Saturday'Review. the money in every case where it falls to Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleJ.

J neighborhood, where he used in the east under the name of D. W. K.: cure. Price 1>cents. 23-10-07:
1 every .A.LKSLIK: ,Supt. JNO.L. How A KB.Fla. Fr't Agt. F.InoNMOisOEH, JB., Fla.Pa.,.Ar
1 means at his command, except work to The death of an exceedingly promising FLA.
; JACKSONVILLE,
I'' scour the gratification of his fondnessfor colt by the fast Onward pacer On- She WM Perfectly. Harmless.There Taco G.Eoonn,T. M., A. J COLE,General Passenger Agent M. H.CLYDE A,'1'. )L
civilized cookery.He .. line, 3:04: has been reported from Ur- was a new baby' in the familya '( TANTED-F.\.ITIIFUL MEN OR B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
'
was taken in to dinner one day. bane, O. funny little helpless creature that V women to travel for responsible WM. P.
by a kind hearted farmer at the hotel The latest about Lucky' Baldwin's re 6-year-old Myra and 8-year-old Burton established house in Florida. Salary fl Bowling Green New York. 19 So. Delaware A....,Philadelphh
4)f the little town. Joe noticed admired with a condescending wonder. $780 and expenses. Position permanent. .
country tirement from the turf is that ha will Reference. Enclose self-addressed
there, other things, that the sell his if That mamma sat all day' in a chair in
among hones ho can obtain.a good stamped envelope. The National Star
: men all made free with the pepper price for them. the room with baby and did not wander Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Jan2C7! MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida 1
over the house as was her custom they
sauce bottle. At the first opportunity he
Captain :Milieu Griffith of San Francisco -
helped himself to a liberal portion and also learned as a surprising fact, to
who owned the pacer Flying Jib, New York,
took a spoonful the mixture. Instant which they soon became accustomed. -Samples of "Palntoff" may be had

ly: clapping his hand over his burning estimated 3:04: died recently. He left a fortune They liked however to play in the at the ADVOCATE: office free of charge.JTAMPS Philadelphia and Boston.
at over fl.000,000.
mouth he sat for a little time, with I room with mamma and the new baby,
tears running down his face. As soon New York, a yearling bay colt is reported and they were not always quiet. "Chil Sailing. from Brunswick Ga, direct to :New York.

I an ho could catch his breath he exclaimed to have run a quarter at the Lex- dren," said mamma one day when they d r PASSENGER SERVICE.

1, "Heap good)Washington Star. ington (Ky. ) track in 23 seconds flat had been more than usually noisy and R ABER WHY NOT HAVE YOU Steamer tram leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "ALi
with 120 pounds on his back. she was tired "if you are not more WORK DONE BY QUICK RAIL" F. C. & 1'.R. K., on Thursday only 4:00: p. m. Arnu

-- truck by Lightning -- Oddity reduced his record to 2:10> quiet I shall punish yon. Myra regarded TKNCILS1EALS CHEAP AND A RELIABLE \-J Brunswick. T:.30 p. m. Passengers going at once on botniteatner. '

A clanger long ago over but which at Old Orchard, Me., and now heads her mother some time from BRA55 FIRM. STEEL DIES.WAX Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Bruimwlcl

I !. as thrilling! any present newspaper Sidney's list He is the property of Borons the room with a thoughtful uir. SEALS.BRASS CHECKS, PROPOSED SAILINGS:

item of the time, because it concerned Frank JucobH, Youngstown O. Then she turned back to her play and Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,3:30.J. m, (Standard Time.) Lv.lirurov'Id

f a moat precious life, is described in Mr. The Great J..er...am or her little brother. "Don't you mind STEEL BIGGEST PLAN Friday; Oft 0.......... ,...................COLORADO .'....... ..... ...............Friday, Ort I I''
Bfcoarna' "Sketches From Concord and > City j'opUi.UoDoMore her, Burton," she said with a wise air, ,, s7ra? Friday, Oct. 10................ ...........RIO (1KANDK, ...... ...... ,,........ Friday Oct.
: than one-third of tho entire "she can't walk."-New York limes. w W naNa. IN T E SOUTH Friday; Ort, 23.....:. ............ ...........COLO K AIM).... ....... .................Frlday, O<.t.i
.Appled re. In the summer of 1872 a of Friday, Out, 30..j() JKANDE...... .......... ...,..Friday, Nor
number of persons! were killed by lightning population these United States now Friday, Nov.' 6........ ........ .0...... ...COLORADO.................. ..?.... ....Friday. Nov.1
live in cities. In states it is
some ) much
and the poet Whittier also mot -- ,-- ._ _. For jl.'ene..allnto..matlon. steamer, train rate, etc., apply to any railroad agent; or to(
j 'with greater i In Massachusetts, 70 per cent; \.P. MUIU'IIY A ant, "Kernnndlna. CHAS. DA VIES Agent 220' W. Bay St.Jack onvlll,
a narrow escape. In New York, 60 per cent; in Connecticut H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, HrunHwIck, Ga.
i Jt was one of the last days of June 04 per cent ; in New Jersey 53 per C. H. MALLORY, Agent, Pier 20, E.: River, and 302 Broadway, N. Y.
j I and from our piazza we could see themanses
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cent. In 1790 there were but 6 "cities' WHY ?
of black cloud down the
rolling
1, I '
-!. e., having a population of more
Alorrimno valley. At the same time Yet, why do Bicyclists ItecomeKEATING '
than
8.000; in 1890 there were 448
itiwi Lizzie Whittier and a friend were such cities. In 1840 there were but A Boon to Florida '

Hill'. seated in a room on the right hand of 8 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants
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'*'' the front door, when an electric bolt
; iu 1800 there were 28 such cit
came through the wall like a rifle shot
ie!!. In 1870 there was no city having
above her friend's head her
just laying
I out on the floor and shivering.a mirror 1,000,000 inhabitants; in 1890 there .i. '
into splinters. were 8 such cities. In 180* the new Water Works for Your Homes,

New York is estimated to contain
Then It went the
through doorway .
8,200,000>> inhabitants -
or nearly
met Mr. Whittier in the front hall and many as the whole United States when as Etc., under your own Control )
i booked him senseless then seizing .
; ,
George Washington took the oath of of-
two slats from a blind, it escaped! floe
as first prl'sident.-Ooloupl F. V.
t' through aa open window into the gar. Greene in Sort bner'a.

I den.None of the victims was seriously An Ancient. VMM. Enthusiasts ? YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO


'1' injured, however though their bends I In the Louvre, at Paris, there is an, THEY note the quick response as the pedal Is touched, THE REST. .
confused and unserviceable for
were ,
Interesting old vane of Etruscan manu the. smoothness of motion as they /glide along the
t' overal days. perfect tuieiietis of the frame under the hardest
facture, whose age is computed at about Used with and driven
Mr.\ Whittier was asked how they strains. and then discover why we ask them to open wells
8,600 It is
years interesting
as bearinga
( stroke felt SEE TIIAT CCKVE t springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
of children in .
"!t like blow from driver group relief who are' No Frames.
was a
a pile Swaying
engaged in an air delivers the water all .
blowing bubbles
from'pipe pump
soap
;/ said lie "and I should not like No Binding of Hearings.
to have ib repeated." Art Catalogue 4ots In Stamp. over your house with pressure. No cost

f KEATING WHEEL CO., Middletown, Ct.F. to operate. No windmill or overhead

tank., Simple and durable. ,
W. BEERS Agent, St. Augustine Fla.
Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S

Pneumatic Water Works
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t.Or' I It. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., for either Public Domestic Purposes.Dearlnjr If ti :

:, Parslow & Co., ,1
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,/, (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA FLA. A. H. PARSLOW.......". ."",.Man ,


"...,. I''. I Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A 1 r.


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.ii CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIYE-PLL"ms AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .
f DEALERS IX
purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet i

.; I music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine: : : Wines: and: L1a: ; .ors.
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full ,
line of the celebrated Conover New Schubert 417. 419 W. St., !
with .a big n. Blackwell' Genuine Bull England and Kingsbury Pianos. Bay: I
i BEST Is lo class by lUelf. You will and one We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $:JOO! more than we JACKSONVILLE .. FLA|;
, coupon Inside each two ounce bag, and two coupons ask for them :
o Inside each four ounce bag ot Connver,style' K, wal................ ...$3Msat. HalneeDroe.style. 6, man...................S2no Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from IIA!
'K.eb...... .., ........ Schubert, 16........................ 27S totamperKallon. I
J.eb .......... ....... .. .. 21111 Malcolm Love wal.............. ,.... 2flo Brandies from to forWe ( '
Blackwell'sGenuine 14 J, wal..... ............. ..... am Steinway eb. ..................... ano 11.111 (3.73 per f
I Meb..... .. ..... ........... 40) Everett, .b..................... 1JBKlnfpbury rr make a Specialty of North Car
.. *. K, ........... ....... ....... xaSim style B ...b.......?......... .. aua lina Mountain Dew Corn Wuiakey, tnrr'
McCammon.tyleV.wal..... ......... ...... :1110 .. .. A eb........ ...... ..... 3no yean old $:.1.40 per callon. !
I DurhamSmoking .. :I'J, mail......,... .... .. ... Knabe Grand ................ .. ... 2ftoatuyveaaat Jogs-1 gal., 28cU,2 gal,35cts/ 3pl>
II II T, walT ........ .._.. ....... :375am eb. ...... ........ .. us OOcta*
.. a .b......................2M: I.. wal................... 2iw KegBpt., 'II 10 jaleaju. ..$1.2s; "bbl I
Halites Bros., ", eb............. ....... N..by& Evao. ..b....................., 125: i,
Tobacco .. 3, .b...................... 175Itlo Ju.II.Star. eb.............._.._.. 110 Parties Hiring In Dry Towns will "i'
OJ .
3, nun. Morris leo well to order from at as we can la $
any a baa of this eelebn ted to"-aDd read the coupon Some of these pianos hare been rented but we have had them re-polished and WHISKEY them BO per cent on all orders.KW :

i ,:Wbtca gives alls tot valuable presents. and howto c't theso. > pat In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re We;-will''Always: send money with order nata"
Funded. We furnish stool {Destruction book and delivered not open new accounts .
a scarf f. o. b. Jack- suitable Jacksonville\ ",'erenee" V""
sonville; cash or installment Sheet music at half price. Write us No Goods sent C.O.D. to Dry TOVH. !S
FREYER Jt BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Agent for IndltlDOpoUa Brewing C W
t Bowen aDd 1I otUersIndlaiiiolu Ile I
. 24 K Forsrth Street Jacksonville, Ha. Hercules Halt Ionic#UU caM
" per ; Clayton Jk Russell Wild Cherry Brandy $4 JSO per caw.j 1

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Park CottageWest ___ ._ ____. __ ______. ______ n_______ ______________ _
FLA., Dec 2S, l8 6.
EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.
,"dlor! Advocate: GRAND VIEW HOTEL

\ SIR-I notice that your Jcnson corres- Palm Beach Florida. a.
ondent in one of his paragraphs refer- C. B. KNOTT, Cen'I! Superintendent.
jng to the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club l isVrlttog .

.; on a subject on which he has nottakes (Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclana) / rL'itit-tv'111e, L'1olt'1dit. ST. AUGUSTINE,
the trouble to inform himself sufflciently.
The above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table is sup- Alcazar,
The silver was awardedto
[ cup plied with all the market affords-such as game, fish, oysters, tc.
[ me, not Mr. Racey-my boat, Ildeilm, Located the Lake Front. Verandas JOS. P. GRKAVES: Manager
on A carriage meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-clans laun- November first to
Open May llmt.
[saving won the greatest number of races
dry attached to the hotel.
the club Yours overlooking beautiful Lake Worth.
luring ;year. truly, J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Casino
PAUL M. ASTON, ,
Rates: $2.00 to'13.00 per day. A, M. TAYLOR ,
Secretary G. B. Y. C. Supoilntondent.
I : Pool. Russian and Turkish
Swimming Baths.
Special rates by the Week.M.

The cureof Rheumatism: has often tax- WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla. Ponce de Leon.
( :: J. YARBOROUGII
L d medical skill, but its prevention has .
een very easy by an occasional use of OILLKS fe MURRAY
> Malingers.
located the hotels. Largo Good Ta1 le.
Proprietor. Pleasantly near largo airy rooms. >
ImmonsLlverRegulator. It keeps the Open January to Apill.
ilver well regulated, and the system free Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $L50 per day; $7 to $10 per week.
y rom poison.. Therein l is..the secret of Cordova,
health. "I have used It for years for In- T. .1. WHITE, Proprietor.
Pdigestion and. Constipation and also THE COLONNADES Rooms only. Open during }February and March.

ound it gives; one relief from a touch of ORMOND. S S .1 ,I

,. N.Rheumatism.. M. "-Nv Hughes/; 'Lordsburg T (On the Peninsula: opposite Daytona.) NOW: OPEN".c-........... The Ormond '. ;,

SEAOJREEZE FLORIDA.This .
;
ANDERSON
PRICK Munngers. '
A Conftuion of Term Open December to Apill.
OI "Has your husband given much New Rockledge Hotel.
,,
bought to the political situation" said hotel is delightfully situated; is l'ALlEACll[ ,

1 "Ye8," replied the Other; "I guess !
21e'11 take any that's offered him afterKthe :Sulphur and Sea Baths, etc. It is the ::::ON INDIAN IUVE11:::: FRED STE11RY, Manager
ryag election." most pleasant all-the-year-roimd hotelon 'Open January to April.

? ,.'. "Any"Any political what" slto fion. He says he the East Coast. :Rockledge: Florida.: .':::. .. ..... Palm Beach Inn ,

Inni ,needs the salary."-Washington Star. Rates::-$2.50:! and $3.00 per day.
Ia. H. E. BEMIS l\l'gr.. Mohonk: Lake: N. Y. FRED STERRY, Manager
$12.00\ to $15.00 per week. Open December to May. .

A cozy winter residence, liome-llko comforts, excellent table, northern help. '
C. C. POST, Proprietor.Jacksonville's
:
Palm Beach Casino .
Orange grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsurpassed. .-, .

:\ Plaza Hotel Prices moderate E.: A. WATSON, Kii|> >ilnteiident, \
xr New Fireproof Hotel. Salt VVnti :Swimming Pool. Surf Bathing. \:\ !\
nrr: Send for Illustrated circulars. II. P. :SHARES: Fishing final Ocean i'ler.

Proprietor, New Haven, Count .
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Hotel Geneva MIAMI, .r

atta w Royal Palm ,

Most centrally located. Fronting the II. W. MKItRILL, Manager.On ; .
--s 1; | Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic Cor. Fornyth and Cellar 8t... The Plaza Hotel. liiMcnyno Bay. Open' January 1807.

'_ [ Ocean. :Splendid view from its long and .-""" Jacksonville Fla. ,>" New York Office 26 Broadway.Send .
+ r I broad verandas.
i.I''. if h Rates: $2.00 per day and upward. Modern Improvements, Baths, etc., on ... to general oUlccs, ht. Augustine, for souvenir foldois of the Kant l'uast.
. nino Special rates by the week. Every jtfloor, Gas and Electrio (i) ,
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, ijnj First-class table board at reasonable Lights, Passenger Elevator, Artistically -

[Isme 4>.1.i_DI|} j rates.. MKH. A. S. PELL. ,and.Elegantly'. '.' Furnished Rookledge. Florida..ON The Hotel Plaoide OP1 tt.89tJACKHOMVII.MC .

Bates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. *t,UHI1>A.
I .. IN17IA.N RI--rt.::
HOTEL
i x COQUINA x I Weekly Rates on Application.Special In the confer of till city( on Main" Street, the dividing; linn between cant and, west
I Rates for the Summer. one block from, tiny Kvuiythlng: entirely now Klugantly'; furnished tliroulChllllt.Supcl'lol' .
Open December 3rd. ED. L. OWENS Prop. Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. : CiilHino mid beivico. Bun inuuLs all tialns. Toinm .:!.r.0 per Buy and

)1. Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and dilvlng. upwaids. Special rates by tho week. N. L. WARD, Propiletoi.

r.' ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA 4- S. H. PECK, Proprietor.Also -- ---- - - -- -- 4

.hhl t FLORIDA.SURF INDIANOLA HOUSE. -J. A. ItAPPERSETTE. _
Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Micli., a summer hotel,
- [ BATHING AND DRIVING are with a capacity for 300) guests. NRIAN') RIVER: ::: :::: 230TEZr:: ,


Specialties at Ormond. .....Indlanola is on Ilerrltts Island...... -- -- ------- ---- --- - TITUSVILLE
C3T" For Circulars, address, ,

1' ". SEISER & PINING, Managers, Four Miles North or Rockledge.. ...Hotel Algonquin... I. Indian llivor.Fla. .
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ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. Sunny rooms, all looking on FORMERLY LYNN'S HOTEL.GONQUS. ,, 5 a_ : M' -
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P Indian River. Good home table. v a M J. A. HAPPKRSKTTKMANAOKIt.;

wnlj tr, HOTEL MELBOURNE Pure:soft drinking water. Sailing, row p : .
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ing, fishing and hunting. Will meet y aag: zggr>Lg ;< gpii ii yr j-ppvygrgy.. -
lkt. I'Inv r'" vr"M
guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer iin\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\ \\ \\ m ? Open All 1'11.I&r.<< .

+ MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. them to and from house free of charge. -

t, J4' Rates: $1.5O per day, ? L ,tm ,!i P ham m11m1 Only a few minute
r w a 'rr i a 17eya7tff..R.1 I a Imli l s n a m ,1
C 9 Open all the year round. Good FishIng $8.00 per week. 1''It IAITp .,r..l a4+itu L-f rtlUBn* 1 2 P d PfW''MlI I ( inuli4 Hunting and Yachting. Rates, UOll8 and Steninboat land
Address: I ii InjlI.
$2.50 and I .
upwards. G. W. SCIIUYLER, ; On the bunks of the
m. 1:.
Proprietress, MBS. C. J. HECTOW. Indlanola, Fla. far-famed Indian HI vcr.



,r STANTON HOUSE.
b OCEAN BEACH HOUSE.
M x r ><
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ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. 'occ. D. J. JONES Proprietor.
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Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates n
according to location of rooms. House open all the year.
Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog
Address MRS. II. C. BERRY: Sea Breeze, :Fla.

'/( ---- ___u ____ ____ ____ _. ________u_______ New Fronting Furniture the and old Fixtures:Slave Market Throughout.and; Pl.iza., Overlooking Electric the Ielln)lIar In, with every line room. y 9 Families.

::aO"J'EL" J3EJLLE-V--C-:: :: Ocean View. All white help.. Rates $:J."" per day and upward. Special Weekly
Rates. Sample Room. M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor,
Melbourne, Florida. AuounnvK, FLA.t. Two Minutes Walk from Central

(Overlooking the Famous Indian River) Depot
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ClfATTANOOOA, 'PENN.Travelers' .

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I, Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
\ Is located In tho center of the

; city, midway between the postofllce This Hotel is now under new management
t 'f ff1'N :. and City Gates Its surroundings .
*""V'* *T t&VJf KsesoM pY.
sSrvA.x.yM'Vempwi\ f&aufsafzfttgiw
y p ifl the are gioundM exceedingly being; plcturusrjue un-> and has been thoroughly renovated through-

? a 3 | JSaj aw |:js :- '. surpassed by any private hotel In

P r ; y the city. out ---_' .
= = Y -
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4r a y y.. =i? Tff v :.z AA
r Terms:-$2.00 per day.Specl.il Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Hath rooms and onConenlence"
One mlnnte from Railway Depot; near pnntofflre, churrhan and mhooK Flret-elaes l&andry InMPBH.r. i f floor.
connection with hotel. Rates i J--IW to*3. U per day; speclal| rates hr the week or month.W. C i Rates by the week. on every
K. CA .. Pmirlntor.Mrs. .
.A11the oar.RatesAmerlcan -
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Opon. .
E. )i. CA.Ml'HKIX, 3Una erai yf sr
- : l .) Klecttlc hells, Hot and Cold: : Plan, $2 to $2.5O; European, 5Oc. $1:00.:
Jl.Ulm. Special Rates by tho Week.
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Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietor.
Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son.
J SEMINOLE HOTEL !; ,

:aO'I'EL: : :' COZLTCOl' :-.,


A Open All the Year. MIAMI, FLORIDA.
The Inn
I: Holly : Ye
Perfectly new hotel with all mo/lern Improvements. I.ocated'on park ono
'r' W'oert Z'a.lxko. :ZXoct.olJL Florida..o : block from Hotel Hoyall'alrp, commanding splendid view of Biscayne flay Rates
. $:2 per day and upward.( Special rates by week or month.

aytoz-n.a: ,. Florida.:
''I ,This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience.. Close to

Ia r the Hallway Depot. Free'bUlls to and from trains 1 '.' r. ',' ,' ... r The New Hotel 'Elliot, t -' '
Situated on the lank of the beautiful Halifax River, which In unsurpassedfor
, Boats attached to the hotel, with fishing! tackle on board, for the \use of
ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
r ; "' ,), :J and
'nguests.! 1 ..i ', U :I r Boating Fishing. Cor. Bay and Bridge fits., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriages moot all trains Nearest hotel by five blocks to onion depot. Rates-Itooms 5O, 78o.. $1,, fl.SO j
BATES : From $2.00 per day and upwards, .;' Special'. rates' .by the week or t and" "J pet day; with board W, ".110 $3: aDd t:3.ftO per day. Special rates by
.. ,... Rates:-From $2.50 per day. gal
month. ', "' week or month and for< large p.rtle*. Overlooking 81 John Jllver. Newly
nil* week month. elegantly farnl.hed| all modern Improvements;; two blocks of a.loG.depot., Clyde
Special by or
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M. J. BOVCE, .Manager. .- )' S. 8. Wharf and poctoflBce. '
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. '0. 'uc' win Pr: pr.: J. E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor aDd Manager






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"8 JNDIAIS, RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY;, 1,, 1897. JAI J
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H t r ri his family The Secretary adds that no Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.s.Gov't Report

i!I Ii + tl ri proxies meeting or will upon be allowed the excursion., either at the THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM cQ'Paid C of


i I II Baldos
I 1IOTKI NOTI3.S.WIIKIIK .
I
K aNAl Up Capital $25OOO.OO.

I t tI to Htop. See liNt of hotels on LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We
our 7th page. Powder .

I We now have open In Tltiisvlllo two

II I' For Sale, View.hotelw-the Indian River and rand ABSOL1UTEILY PDRE __ have for sale a large list of carefully

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Common and fancy pineapple plants. rare We are certainly getting the I selected
I Forty acres. to select fioin.. Lemon and tourists on the East Coast of Florida, from the lake, the result of one day's Ii i -Mrs. S. S. Williams,mother of Station Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
I other citrus and It will pay you to give the ADVOCATEan sport. These figures; prove conclusivelythat Agent F. O. Williams, of this place, has Agents for Line
1\ tiees.JAMKB HOI.MKH, advt. the mythical "spoilsman's partydtse" been in town this week ,on a short visit Canal and Transportation ()o.CA.1W" I
'
I I Jensen, Fla. is not a romance, but that It exist to her son. Mrs. Williams hails from
i There Is a regular; branch postofflce at In the gleaming waters of our own Raleigh; N. C., for which place she left .A.L LAlOTS.Florida :: .
I the Palm Beach Inn
Indian lIver and Us adjacent lakes. on Tuesday. '
I Land For Sale. The Palms hotel is now open at West Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Compel" .
Palm Beach, and those who stop there -Col, John C. Rice, of the Cheltenham Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.. jj
-Dont the lectures Hon. Lou
I Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of' say It Is quite a comfortable little house Beauchamp.forget The churches by will unite on Military Academy, Ogontz, Pa., near and othe'Low Priced Lands.
Hand on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers. to stop at. See ad,t. on 6th page. Philadelphia, passed through here, Mon-
Sabbath evening at 7:30 o'clock, to bear Beach and Miami. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. Mr. D. Campbell, of New York, will his first lecture at the Presbyterian day en route to Palm
of his
two pupils.
1 I occupy the position of assistant. room church. It will be a treat to hear him. He was accompanied by Titusville. Florida.
Colonel visits the East Coast every
clerk at Hotel Royal Poinciana this sea lie Is a lecturer of great talent who usually The fine I
is much in love with our
For Charter.The winter, and
son. Mr. Campbell Is no new hand at Is kept occupied in the cities, sometimes -

fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be the hotel business.. Interest.a month In a place with unabated ell by mate.Messrs Col.b. C.Rice Hulse was and accompanied N. Craige. EI ::ee: Ia.17Y: dZ ::eeo.::
Is of the
Cocoa
The Jarvis House
one
chartered by the day, week or month;
I anywhere between Ormond and Miami. popular all-tbe-year-round resorts on Indian
I. When you visit Cocoa, do not fail to give 1897 Model Wheels ,
write to
I Surtherparttculars CAI'T. OKO. Cook, this house a trial-It will be found very In Stock : The St. Augustine Cycle .Co. We call. the Attention of the People of Indian River to our Stock of

y Titusville Fla. satisfactory in all respects. Victor $100. Ac 3-roooirie Fruit
I Staple: DF'fMn.oy ,:
The Park Cottage: ; West Palm Beach, line of wheels
Ph I1lx. Has the best
And Food ProductsOf
Is under the of
:,LKMON' and nltAI'E FRUIT NITR- now open management
'\ I OUANOK STOCK, and lliidwiMid of lewlingvarletlex Mr. 31. J. Yarborough, who, like many Keating $75, $100. and sundries in the state. All All Kinds. Also our Stock of
\ Including tile famous Pineapple, other live business men, has recognizedthe
Jf art' Tnrdlir, I'Hrson Hrown orange. ; Lisbon Crescent, $40 $75. Bran Cotton Seed Meal '
Grain
,
,
be Dint-clans advertising
ADVOCATE to Hay
a -
and: Villa FratiDU Lemons' ; March SnedloMHI'ouiolo Kinds of bicycle I repair work ,
iii. ,at the old reliable Magnolia. Nurserlos.Also medium. This hotel Is nicely located Patee, $60. Ground Food and Wheat.
ran furnish full line ilnulilnoiin stock. on Lake Worth, and boars u good
;Mpeclal rates freight given to points south.J. reputation for comfort and cuisine. See Special, $35. neatly done. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above ling off
W. Jt F. I). WAITE, advt. on our 7th page. Ht. Aiiicimtlne ban the F W BEERS. P ro P. Goods. We buy close, and will sell close-' We invite your correspondence and,'*
14 ..o -jana. Ilellevlew, Fla. beat bicycle roads In Ha. _. _. solicit your patronage. Very truly, E L. BRADY & BRO.,
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hotel Melbourne --- .
The Bellevue the - '
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servants for which arrived last week, Is 9.I
now In full running order.' It has quitea THE DECANTER.

f } : Mi linery.-- to commanding be obtained situation from its, broad nnd the balconiesare views _-=IC==Y Y _A'r Jb6l

i t excellent. The Bellevue Is under Losley & Reziaker
the of Mr, W. K.
proprietorship ,
I, 11 and DRESSMAKING.Mail bell, while Mis. E. M. Campbell camp-I iil A : t

-,-- manageiess. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies, ca oI -=>>

i The Sun Juan hotel, Orlando, under Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. >>
the of Mr. II. L, Beeman Qa I >
management ,
A First-class Line Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
.
Is now open and ready to receive guests. ===
This I Is a well managed hotel, and those Family. and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
t. who visit Orlando would find It to their orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOS LEY & KEXAKER, Titusville, Fla.

interest to make the Han Juan their _.__._ --_. ca _.
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hoadquaiters. know Mr. and Mrs. Q=>>
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Beeman personally, and they are just

feel the at kind home of people who will make you P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.C, -- .CA

!
i Mr. George Zapf, owner of the Semln- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Fruits and Vegetables; Yuiu|
ola hotel, West Palm Beach, has recently orders solicited. TITUSVIIXJC: :, FLA..
purchased furniture to the amount of
I about .1,000: for his. hotel. The hotel Is --- --- -

three-story structure of brick, and Is Carriage Wagon The NewSelden
well situated on high ground, fronting
Lake Worth on one side and the depoton and Material.
r the other. It has all modern conveniences r
I I and Is elegantly furnished, having
\ orders solicited. Satisfaction accommodation for from 75 to 100 Cypress 'Door Company !

.guaranteed. guests Mr. Znpf will be assisted this Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., etc. ,
season. by an nble) manager; In the personof .
Mr. M. J. Boyce, who formerly managed Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
:PALAZ'I.A: : F-L..A.::
.1 J Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds the Laurel hotel, at Ashbury Park, ,. {;

I Titusville Fla. N. J. Adjoining his hotel Mr. Zapf has Opened October 1st, 1800,"turned the steam on to I' .
a manufactory whom cigars of excellent

New 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. quality The ADVOCATE are made stall by had skilled tho pleasure workmen.of Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind

sampling the cigars in question, and and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
found them very good In all respects MANUFACTURERS OP ,
The Seminole mall boat-also. the property -
)1D ($+ of Mr Zapf-leaves the railroad landIng And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight ,
every morning at eight o'clock for Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill) Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best '
Palm Beach, Mangonia, Lake Worth .- possible material and workmanship at our hands." Our production will corn "
Riviera and Juno and Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames Ilot-houso Materials Tanks Glass etc
O guests wishing Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work, ,i.I i.
can take the trip. Fishing tackle is )provided

on tho boat. The attention of our Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and It;[
readers is drawn to Mr Zapf ndvt.
OoD on Awarded Gold Medal. ana Diploma. of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition, "
our 7th page office. Atlanta,Qa., 1895.THEGI I

Telephone (old line) 4.J5.: : Jacksonville Fla.
Store For Kent.
,
H. HAMMOND{ COMPANY

C For rent, a two-story store, on best 0
business corner In Tltusvllle. For particulars !- ,
i Inquire of
J. MAinoy DIXON, Titusville Fla. J
" I Il' I I 1 1R PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.

1 4, Sebastian.Happy .

: I / --- Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Xeb., Chicago, Ills.]

!. Q 1 1It. j' Rarest BUtlomtrv,iniwt, and lt.illnl!Marino>U), KmmonilnAl; IK to 120 and H. DuriilileI'owor I'. The New Year to all renders of the R I ,IIIeaANDYdI Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
.
,.to I for Ijuinvlitm. Auxiliary rower for pink paper.Miss I 1
. yai'lits; I and hiiftlniiHS bouts,mid where stationaryjvowur F _I I If i
i I t IK required... Virginia Carroll, of Malabar, was l Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bemes.rj"te '
WKNJ. W. JERUf ;\((\. a pleasant visitor to town thla week.
Solo Ku|>resentatlvo for Manufacturer In the
!I, f I tttate of Florida. KOCKI.HIHIK: FLA. \Mr. Broster Kltchiag, of Stuart, spent W 'U.s tor :Jrjoes.

i I i i BTutuloumm" .."prim i on application. Christmas home Day In with the evening.relatives hero, returning THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. (tlo


' I FOR SALE. the Misses week Ada with. and their Irene brother Braddock Will on spent his Tra.d.e- > So1:1.ol.1icd.: : Now is Your Chance i h

truck farm across the river. R>e anil corn.'rlt..I.. ... ...y...I.IIfI1P Iroqiiols RY,1.or gal............. 6.00
We notice the Widow and Tom &" Holland Hn.... "., 1.IIIII1V Calitornli Ines. tatawhn, Tort,
I --- Captain
M1 Cognac, l*..+uch and Sherry, Claret unit .
lllucklierry 00
Angelica. 1
Stanley are making regular tips to ... .. .... llottltul' Heer iloz .... ........3 np
Reeher'ad................. 3.IHI 1' per, ,... lUOun( To Start Lemon Fruit Groi|'
'IF Ton Are Looking for a Cheap Place points of interest around the bay. Blonx : < Imp.Sherries per gal ..... 400toaiii> a Grape or Orange
Oolilen' Orown Rye, per gal .. .. 4 IHI Imp.Oporto tort, .per gal......".110 to 6MI( :
It is said that there are 253: different Shawnee. Rye, per; gal ..........., o.OO Imported line, per gill.........4.00 to 6,00TVLS I
With good house In desirable
a
,
I kinds of wild flowers growing on one Kino Imported and Key West cigars and tob.iccos.: Cigars: $i.fi0 per 100 In order to encourage; and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Southeri '
j locution, on Indian River, In the Pineapple acre of land in a certain part of Florida. and Send with all ordois. All 15o.
upwards. money jugs per gal. extra. Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during the net f.
. Dolt, all modern conveniences, on Our school will open again on Mondaynext. : Will mall complete price 1 list on application. All orders will be boxed 00 days, make a reduction of fifty ((30)) per cent in freight rates on Nursery Stoctover E
'" I :Easy Terms, address The books having; arrived and the when desired without extra chaige. Send for price list.J. its line to points south of Titusville. 1,

I A.; 'I'_., measles all died out, now let us send all\ H. MARTIN 34 & 36 W. Bay St., JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, ;,
I
the scholars and
I we can, keep up a good

',_ I ,Caio AUVOCATE, attendance throughout the tetm. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA 8.a.,.

Tltusvlllp Fla. Henry Stypmann, who hits been with Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit November 17, 1896.
Mr. S. Kltchlngfor several months past, and wine trade. f'
returned to Stuart this week, to take a .

, Florida I'VCM A<'*Hoclntion.Tlio position with E. Stypmann Co., fish t'
dealeis. In losing Mr. Stypmann, we -- - --- THE JOHNSON LAW CO. ;
'...1 lose of best ,
one our young men.
. i following notice to the members of I I THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
'
the favored the
Being among: ones, Electrical and
/ the Florida 1'ross Association has been Machinery Supplies
ADVOCATE correspondent spent a verypleasant +
2 I jjisued:Sanford, Doc.:2To'! Members of .
evening at the residence of Capt
-the) Florida Picas Association It U. al.
, : anti Mrs It. A. llnrdeo, Monday night. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOIL
rsolutcly th it I have
nervHM.try : answers\ to
," I Quite number of our young people IHKh: Grade Machinery, Card Electrical and
may.circular letter of the 10th to enable Apparatus, Eddy Motor! ,
'i4 I -me to arrange transput'tatlnn to and from Wore present, and altogether a very Generators, Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams .4: i.

,t1 iiL the annual meeting. It will take each oft pleasant evening was spent. riarf Co i 0riMBr.CIiAt'TIK9', EIwt'1'o' Fans Sewing machine motors Dental motors troy i
.
'
.. r you not over live mluutes to answer my ment,modern! In deign"anti"'construction.for heaviest Fully factory work and Improved price treat railway "lulH,1
guaranteed
: right.
h I I' :iiuerles. It will then take me several Flllhing nt nockl\clgt-\ F. BISHOP, Manager JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'; i days to secure your extra transportation Salesroom,SI West Foriyth St., Repair. Shop,2029 Main St.
and arrange other matters. Notice also The total number of pounds of fish
that all dues are payable January !, or caught by guests of the New Itockledge r ..
a
members stand suspended.' This Is according luring the month of December, Is 787.! GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
to the new constitution adoptedat Four hundred and thirty pound of trout

St. Augmtlne.'I' by trolling; 70-ibs. mullet by spear; 170- MARX: BROS.: '
J. APIMKVARD Lana
lbs black : U-lbs.: pickeral; Hl-lbs. uuuw- ,
Secretary Florida I'ress Association. ; king fish 40-lbs. blue fish 114-lbs. Wholesale '
; ; Dealers In
channel bass. Made for Sandy Soil Baring 3-incli Tread
alb ,\ ti't I Groceries =
f LAIHKS AUK: IYVITED.'lDie A. P. Walker and Oscar F.d erly. both : : :Fruit e.: :Produce: : ?: /,

annual meeting of the Florida members of the Brooklyn Bicycle club, FOR SALE BY 131 and 133 E_, Bay Street. and .3 sad 16 N.wnaa Street. ,
I Trem Association will Ixj held at Green and enthusiastic sportsmen, offer the JAOhtsonvill: I :FloridA: : .'
, CoveSptlngs on the 20th of January, and following record for the past two weeks: EDWARD STILING. /(;
It Is stated the members will arrive black bans. and .... ...
at Ninety pounds pickeral, ONE OF
THE
I OLDEST
1 Jacksonville on their way to Miami to la two and one-half hours, from Lake FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
i embark for Nassau, N. P., on an excur- Poinsett; and from the river, rl0! -Ibs. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. :; can o: n _
,
I sinon the morning of January:21. Each speckled trout; 80-1 bit. channel bass; 1 stuck -
\ tablJa tnWJSSS Ift11J8kno'rwJtat'-ou have In the of Fruit and Veg!: ,
I I member is requested at once to advise alligator 47 ducks, 00 quail, and 1 wild- rows suitable, suitable for for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger R sure. We supply the best way Seed Potatoes and O,"
the secetary, at Sanford, whether he de- cat, 4-ft. 4-1 n. long. Judge New cbafer Pineapple Plantations, 0-In. tread.. Peas Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

I I lalres transportation for a lady member of also brought In 44-lbs. of black bass. COCOA .,,Indlan.Rlyer, FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ir .


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