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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 8, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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:18. No. 22. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JA.N. 8, 897.. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS /y: JOB PRINTING at this office. Head This Column Carefully. ALL TilE LATEST and most r
popular WUl our llb crlb41ra. be good 'CIIR4 iJdiEu'rs.DtotRYACHT
songs of the lay, at Chaffee .t Co s. eneugh,to lock: at the namaHtDdrdata. slip
nd Topic of General Interest. -Captain R. P. paddlson Is at home LOCAL A VTB. Ten Cents Per Line Par pasted upon. their paper or If CL.VB.

again after his trip to North Carolina. Week, on this (front) page. -Mr. J. MUidleby, Jr., and family, of the; tote I* 18tXl"( or no,wrapper.eailtor year -

I cletJ' and General OOlllp In connectionwith -Miss Susie F. Brown and her mother Boston, are spending the winter at City .hnnitrhM Is an IndloatUnitlmt you are Wtit, the coming: of October, 1800,
Biscayne Bay Lake Worth Indian, after spending the holidays at City HOT SODA at ChafTee A: Co'.. Point E where they have a cottage. rxlotoed tans. and we should be glad led.tJle first year uf the Gilbert' Bar

Banana and Halifax River. Key Went Point i returned to Mime on Saturday -The Times-Union says : "If women ha-.yoll renew your subscription.UOTKL Yae t. Cluh. This onzAnisntion bas proved
It and all other Point along the a great micro both sa a social ami
Important ,
-A new lighthouse tender-the Mangrove 1r As an advertising medium, no thought; more of their husbands and less
East Coast. of Florida Brief mention ofInteresting is to be built the U. S. of themselves there would NOUBM. ylit club The meetings have been
: by govern- paper on the East Coast can beat the not be so httWi
Krents from Various Parts ment and placed at Key West. ADVOCATK. Give us a trial advt., many divorce eases In the courta.PolltmasterGenral ." regularly every month since thecloA'H
of the World About People You Know Installation In their\ lieadi.tiartei'son
and People You Don't Know Picked -Captain W. Watson, one o? Jack and be convinced of the pink paper's ) Wilson has Issued W'IUUU to stop. See Hat,ot hotels on the ocean bvuch opposite i> wall'
Woltil.IIEADQUAI1TERS.
t up by Our Society Editor and a large staff sonville's well known residents, passed an order establishing;, on the liUh our 7tU page. Ptttnt.
of Correspondent scattered alone the through; here Tuesday, en route to Inst., a mall service twice a week, between The (i. B. V. Club started with the

of, Kant Coast of Florida. for Singer sewing! ma Miami, Fla., and Nassau, In the Il6telUle Wo DOW have open Ini.'Tltusvlllo two xdest numbov of It) charter nwrobom,
Indian Rbvur sal
nd: Miami.The steamer Canaveral was on Nel chines. W. R. Knox, agent Tltu yllle. Bahama Islands. -cww. Grand 111111 in. ono year i has extruded inetnkurnhln. -

son's part of Wednesday andThursday -Mr. W. Gordon Brown, of hobo to 4J; with several ethos applicants
,:'tr All communications for this paper ways to be voted
33? We are certainly, tlliit t.liokaurlsta on at the January
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should be addressed "Tmc ADVOCATE having Homo work done to TEED blanks lOc. each; $'1.00 per 100, at Sound, Is In Ocalit, and will be one of the K ( Over two-thirds.
sleeting! the
(r on the East' Coast uf Florida members -
(
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the machinery.Land the ADVOCATK: office. ushers at the marriage of \Mr. David S.
This will Insure Im-
- .' THiiBVllle Fla. Woodrow to Miss Annie Martin two and It will pay you to give tlwAwvocATK: own boats" and the monthly mooting -
mediate attention. Commissioner I. E. Ingraham: an adY" arc thereby mode very enjoyable
popular society of the
J and his chief clerk here young people and entertafiulug for the .
passed through SI.NOEU: machine attachments supplied above raring.Cnmmuiloro ;
'.Ofl,'", PIf you receive a sample copy of Monday en route from St. Augustine to by W. R. Knox agent Tltusville. city. 'avorite The Holly Inn I I.* llwoumlng: quite a> II. E. SewnJl presented a
resort for dourl tt who vl ,M
aim[ Beach and Miami. -General > liandsotiMi silver
[the ADVOCATE it is an Intimation that Passenger Agent O. D. cup to the club, to be
lit add Ackerly, of the J., T. & K, W. Railway Dnytona. l\laDIIItI..llfowltfl and his cwtU raced fax" I fey yachts In the Jint-oUM, themine
would give us pleasure to your Miss Susie Gladw after VEGETABLES
sojourning SEND:: TOUR and fruitto mable wife certainly make It pleasant tor
stepped off the train for a couple of tab* hold by each yacht until won
name to our fast-Increasing list of sub In town with her patents dining the }<. B. Williams & Co. wholesale their guests
: ,
minutes l another and .
yesterday afternoon at Titusr- by ; at the end of the your
three
scribers. It does not cost
you returned to school Winter
at
cents week (postage Included) when Park holidays, fruit and produce merchants, 65 South villa, to say "I1ow-d<>-'oll-llo" to some, Mr. A. S. Dickinson. former resident the yacht having won the greatest number
(,taken per by the year and it can be sent to on Monday. Broad street, Atlanta Ga. See their of his old-time friends. He was on hid. of Aurantia and well know in 'I'Uus- ut: vauvft' hart it* imino engraved on

you In any part of the United :States: or -Among the down-river people In advt. on page 5. way to Rocklodgu on a short visit. vlllo-, Is now managing the Daytonu: the. en p.

[Canada without extra expense. town this week were: A. L. Hatch, Jno. -Miss Myra Williams stayed In town. louse at Dayton 'Dt.>! hotel wiw. formerly Ex-Vlce-CiMummtwe W. G. Ollmorul
II. Sams, W. II. Sharpe, E. W. Hall, R. If you need extra copies of the from Monday until Tuesday the known as the Spence: bonsivClias. presented l n handsome silver\ cup to tinLi -
$1.50 per annum, In advance. D. Hoke John Houston Dan E Miller as t- .U, under the same condition to bt
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$1.00 six months ': ADVOCATE, you can get; them nt the guest of Mrs. S. N. Gladwln, on her way A. AndiHisoHf. of New York has ,
J. O. Fries, J. F. Wooten. need: for by biukts In tho :'Juil chut
drug; store of Dr. Scroven, or at the
to countries.. to Rollins College, Winter Park to resume been of
$2.00 per an. foreign appointed mnnnger tlw Hotel For tin>so who are put, Intcrvttted In
George Nauman has been appointed news stand of Mrs. IItoll. Titnsvllle. her course of studies after speoaU-
; tUscayne, at MUml.by GonoralSuporlntendent : tho races the club has provltloil otheramWSeliedts
watchman for Tltusville. log Xmas and New Xear's with her
night Georgeis Day Knoll. Mr. Andersen, punned
NEW YEAR to all The ladies' shooting gallory -
-A HAPPY our said to be a very steady and trustworthy ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE parents at Rockledge. through Tltiis.vlo|] on Monday: naid told) judging by the of the
and their friends.
{,readers appearance
In and think he will
young man, we 10 cents a yard -The smart-looking naphtha yacht an AnvocAT..uuortel. that expected) target mar far-urroundlng olijuctspri -
Person Paddlson returned to school till the position to the satisfaction of our atCHAFFER fe: Go's, Seminole, J. W. :Slater: In command has 10 open his kittuli on or abi>*.tt the 12U. vo\ that the Mr HOX of the neighbor-

-1 gat Bartow Monday morning.The townspeople.Mr.: Titusvlilo Fla. been in port the past few days. Capt. nst. liood can handle n rltlo with ileiully of-

children at the Tltusvllle public John Waller of Ankona, has Slater Is quite a navigator, having General Superintendent! Knott left Foet; amp should foreign power dc-cliiro
school resumed their studies on Monday.Mr. been appointed deputy-sheriff, which MONEY. We want money to loan ou first recently finished a voyage around the St. AugiiH.lti on Monday: morning fur war against\ America, the lower Indian
position he may hold until May.when he real estate mortgages.: Ten percent world In the barque-rigged steam yacht Miami, whuttt he will uiubitbly rennin River could readily muster a ivglniont of
r J. II. Dimon of Brooklyn N. takes; office as a Brevnrd County Com free of all expenses to lender. D. L. Klenor. This jovial gentleman expects until the evening, of the Hotel U>yal Amnioiis.
U, Is as much in love with Daytona asever. missioner. Mr. Waller Is stopping In Gail Wen, 'l'lt1lIlvl11e. to: spend the winter cruising In Florida l'eimonJkwluau'yltth{ This: \ line hotel Ono of the most enjoyable features! of

town. -- -. -- --. -. --- I la under UM>D1unagoment of tho genial the club In the dancing, which ends the
-Mr. E, L. Brady went to Miami last waters.Mr. and pnMilutq. Henry W. Merrill.' \ day's festivities. During the miminer
, -The Misses Leila Anthony and VenetlaMlms Send the ADVOCATE an order for any : G. T. Anthony and Mise\ Guide
''(Saturday, to look after his business In. \ returned to their respective jot| printing you need.) Anthony, of Washington, Ga., returned the months numerous surf bathing attractions Is another the location one of
.tereeta at that place.Mr. and Malabar homewards the fist of the week
; schools at Georgiana last afteran
i -Mr. J. I. Jacobs, representing Chita. l"lshbtlf Along the Knat! Coast. of the club affording most excellent opportunities
of Saturday. Miss Anthony spent the holidays enjoyable stay with Prof anti Mrs J.
and Mrs. Oeo. W. Morton,
Blum &: Co., wine and liquor dealers, of for same, sltualt'.llIlIlt U on ,
in town with her while R. Anthony here \Mr. also
: Anthony
Canaveral were in town on Wednesday parents
Jacksonville call the ridge between Indian River and th>
us a pleasant
gave
,
Miss Mime stayed at Mima.Mrs. paid Palm Beach and Rockledge a visit TITUHVII.UK.1 .
and Thursday. his Atlantic ocean the strip of land being
j t1 .. yesterday, on return from Biscayne ,
with which he
-Mr. Gad Bryan, a well-known citl- I. M. Anderson, of Daytona, Bay. Anthony places visited the was Utter delighted.Miss bass Several Inn machos' of trout, whiting, about !15 yards wide-an Ideal spot for a
ax .111111
place other kinds of llsli have boon
informs that she did a better business club-house
en of New Smyrna, passed through us Messrs.. Brownrtgg/ Kent and Emmet, well. cntiglit hero of lute. On
Wednesday
than during the Twice a a special Is
ever past hollday.notwithstanding year program
Miami.
[here Monday en route to
of Orlando I
arrived
I here In their yacht Mr. Lou Iuaiirhani| and Col. Demnree the features well tho
the hard times. Mrs. -Mr, Henry M. Flagler and Mr. and arranged, -an im
-Rod Smith the marshal is doing Two Bachelors, Monday and left next made a line haul of whiting of
I / Anderson keeps on hand a rlrst-class Mrs. Ashley-his cousins-are expectedin coma regular monthly 1'lIfCattl1-behll rowing
'a the town a good service by clearing the stock of goods. day for a cruise on the Banana creek. St. Augustine to-day. They will which were presented> to our editor.. races, swimming matches, lad Ion' sailboat .

b principal streets of grass; and weeds. They returned Wednesday evening./ They occupy Mr. Flagler's plh\tllII'ellhlonoo races, ladles' and gentlemen's tug-
.
-Hon. R. A. Hardee, of Sebastian have had quite a pleasant trip south all 1IOCKI.KIMIK
Valencia where the of-war with various other .
on street, ADVOCATK ; sports
Mr. F. E. Clinton foreman of therocoa
who spent from Saturday until Monday far as Jupiter. J. J. Whltn and G. Hole
accompanied The club had successful
and Rockledge News, was a will go for a short while. Mr. Fla (lor a most squadron -
{pleasant caller at this office on Tuesday. with friends at New :Smyrna: stoppedover -On another page will be found the will be at Palm Beaoh about the li'Jnd:.! by guide, sauntered out to the lake cruise last year-botng fortunate la
in Titusvlilo from Monday until new ad. of the Daytona Livery :Sale: and inst. r l'hllY: morning, and after two or throe encountering fair winds both, waysfrom _
-County Surveyor J. O. Fries, who Tuesday on his way home. He repOl.ted"jtrand Transfer! Stables, where some very fine ho ii tea llslilng had .deposited 23 shining Me wall's Point to Fort Plcice, a
[has been on a trip to places in Georgiaand time among his friends at New teams may be had for driving.: Mr. Pel- There will bo divine service nt St. bass lu the bottom of llio boat-ahuut distance of 2ft: 10 lIuK. The numerous

Orlando, Fla., returned to Sebastianon Smyrna. llcler, the proprietor, now owns the first Gabriel's Episcopal church on Sundaynext Mt-Ibs Lake I'olnm'tt him never been yachts made a very pleasing spectacle,
( Tuesday. Messrs. Alex. Cochrane und Jas. M. omnibus ever used In Daytona. When the 10th Inst., at II a. m. and 7 p. more lavish In dispensing! live troas. with their snowy sails and guile IIttlrt'

-Capt. E. T. Rose and Lady' Cecilia Codman, two well-known residents of visiting Daytona. du not forget the above m., by Archdeacon B. F. Brown The inn ns at the proMint limo, Parties go There are rumors of another cruise In

| Rose have returned to their winter homeat Boston, arrived here, Monday en route place, when you need team.. title for the evening sermon will be, the fuith ,nearly every flay armed with the near future.
Riviera (Lake Worth), after a pleas- to Canaveral Clubhouse, of which they "Distinction Between the Natural' uudSpliltual tackle, and no one ever comet In empty The annual election of onioom! It hold
| ant visit to relatives in England.Miss are members Mr. Cochrane Informedus -l\lr. G. B. Swlnebroad, a prominent Life In Man. A report of the handed. every October the ollluers for thus first
young attorney of Lancaster, Ky., lens' church for the will also bo
he would probably spend two or year read at year being Commodore H. E. He-wall;
JIAVTONA.Two .
Annie Paddlson came up from three weeks at the clubhouse been on a week's visit to Mr. Geo. F. the evening servIceMr. : Vlce-Coniinodorn W, G. Gllmore; Secretary
Ean Grille Wednesday and PaddiHon at Eau Gallic. He came up to of the "crack" amateur fishermen T. V. Moore; Treasurer, C. II.
}with her parents. Her many friends are -Mr. G. W. MacKenzie, of Canaveral, town Wednesday, and after ending: a Lyndon al'I'l\Iell Blake Llnton, Devonshire stopping nt the Holly Inn, Daytona ore fleecy; O01clat Referee H. W. llossey.

|glad to have her in town again. Is fitting: up his "studio" in Daytonavery day or so with Capt. It. P. Paddlsou, he England, In town yesterday MUHH\ "'. H. Potent In.1V. artistically-covering the walls with left for home. We acknowledge a pleasant and will leave, to-day. for Hobo luvlal, young guntlonien from BroOk Vltlu-lollltllllllore.! E. C. H Tyn-
;
-Mrs. Lillian Britton, after spending scenes on Indian and Banana rivers Mr. call from Mr. Swlnebroad.Mr. Sound; where ho formerly l'elllllOillor a ,
1)1\, N. Y. They were (fishing on the tlall P. M. Aston Treasurer
; Secretary ; ,
the with her at Minis has been
time He
{ holidays parents spending' couple of
MacKenzIe is working quite a nice
up north bridge recently, 1111.1111 C. H. arid Ofllolal Itefeieo H. W.
x returned: on Saturday last to Shiloh, little connection among Daytona residents Addison Clark, n veteran railwayman weeks or so at Klssliniiiee and Oakland' 100( Lluolhhi.Sane Kucoy; ,
and
they caught trout 4 / .
'r here she is teaching school. who some months ago arrived at and he Iluocl Bottle
and tourists, to whom he Is selling hunting, expects to have ,
of the trout weighed over ftlbs. Record of tho for the ending
the Rice! house, Tltusville, with his son the Indian moos year
-Mrs. W. II. McFarland left here quite a number of fine Canaveral or Mr. L. II. Clark, from Hannibal Mo.,, sport has made on six between Ktvur. Mr. lilako and I each. Messrs. Peters and Pratt are Lay, October :Jlrd. IMDII! :
trips England
londay for Miami wbere she will meet anges. has purchased a fine piece of property at the United State In sixteen months and hog quite jolly time In the above pretty Yachts In first-class. If. K.: Olds'
r Jier husband, who left by sailboat. She city, and they are Iota to leave It. Mr Joker, the
-Rev. and Mrs. W. N. Chaudoin of Tropic (near the south end of Merrltt's he will again return home In March. yacht winning year's races
expects to return In about three weeks. LaGrange, were pleasant callers at the Island) from Mr. U. J. Mathers, upon U. F. Judd, of Itrlntol, Conn.. Is another wait presented with a flag, and also had

rh -The Tltusville band now practices In ADVOCATE office the first of the week, which lie will soon erect a wInter' home. Rumors were afloat last week that guest of tho above hotel who hits boon the name of hU yacht engraved on cup.

the Warren house Washington avenue and left us a kind remembrance in the Mr. Clark came here to bee If the air of the schooner Queen In command of Capt making good catches of 'fish. Yachts second class:

the use of rooms in that building, shape of some beautiful roses and other I this place would benefit the health of Chester McFadden, Melbourne had been I'O.VCK PARK Ileforo adoption( of rules C. H.I
blectrio lights, etc., being generously flowers, as well as some fine persimmons, i his son, who improved so that 10 tit. It was not no, for she arrived at Uacoy's yacht Swallow- I
t' onated by Capt. Jas. Pritchard.Mr. all raised on their pretty place in the they decided to remain on Indian[ River. Jensen on Sunday after a quick passage Messrs. J. O. Owens of Now York; After adoption of rules, C. H. f
" country. The persimmons are the ]largest \Mr. Clark says he at first tried Texas, from the Jlaha, n s. The Queen left ant Joseph Peebles, lit Cincinnati, <0. ; Racey'M yacht Swallow. :JJ !II
J. B. Russell, jr., and his son which have yet been brought into but as that section did hIs son's healthno Bernini about sundown on the :2nd Inst., who have been slopping At the Park 1'. M. Alton's yacht Ilderlm,", it
nd daughter of Hartford, Conn-, are our sanctum, being nine Inches In circumference good, he left for Titusville, where lIe aud reached Santa:: Lucia Inlet the next hotel for some weeks past, have made A. J. Olds' "Ecllp"o:1:
ow stopping at the Palmetto house, and five inches long. Our began to rapidly improve and gain In morning at daybreak. 'fhe Queen soon some big catches of fish. In 17 days Mr. II. W. BesHoy's Shadow :2
f aytona. Mr. Russell tells us that he office has been filled with the sweet fragrance avolrdupoU.Mrs. returns to the Bahama with a cargo of Owens caught 070 trout and bass, besides
tie between
last
'oes not think he will build on his lot of the flowers all the week. Such tomato crates, etc. other fish that he threw sway; while The race being A
t ; Silver Beach this season. D. A. Blodgett, little Miss Mr. Pueblos Is meeting with marked Ildorlm and Swallow not counted.
; well-meant tokens as the above are
Mr. Lou Beauchamp of Mr. P. M. Aston the of
Helen and Master Delos A. Blodgett, of Hamilton success Owing to owner
Pineapples, strawberries, squash to- always appreciated by, and make glad Grand Rapids, Mich., lire now In Day- 0., ban been lecturing on temperance Ilderlm, disputing the Swallow' right
" itoes, cucumbers, gauvas radishes, the heart of the newspaper man. toua, having: joined Mr. Blodgett the and other topics every night from Saturday to the first race, the owner. of the Swal

j X:'", ettuce, and other kinds of vegetables -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbing re- latter part of last week. Mrs. Dlodgett until Wednesday Inclusive, at the I TltiiMVlllo'M New lorttintiNter low to promote harmony the club--
and fruit-all grown in the open airIwere turned to town from West Palm Beachon and family spent Christmas with Mrs. Presbyterian church at this place. A as the matter would 1 have been put to u

upon Christmas dinner tables along Monday. They had been attendinga Dugas, but Mr. Blodgett: arrived at Day full house was accorded him on each vote-relinquished hit right to cup and
the East Coast of Florida.Dr. banquet, given In honor of Mr. C. C. tona with several servants, some days In occasion he spoke. Mr. Beauchamp A good: deal of talk was around town flag, the Ilderlm'* name thereby being

Cbllllngworth\ a late member of the.law advance, to get his fine residence on who left for DeLand yesterday-U a \V.dnell.layevenlnlC, when news Arrivedto engraved on cup for boat In second
and Mrs. F. II. Houghton, Mrs. firm of Robbins,* Graham f Buxtop, and others, left Daytona Sunday worth, at the I'alms hotel I. on New reception. A cursory glance through his "talks" are Interesting and full of the President had sent to the -

-doctor night said for he intended Ponce Park, where Monday the Year's Day. We are Informed that It the house, Monday morning, showed us witticisms causing continual outbursts !Senate the name of Mr. John C. Jones JENSEN' ITEMS VS. ".\ COIIItKCTIO:*."
spending of laughter and befng of such a nature -son of our popular county JuIJte-lor
swell about that
was quite a affair forty "a place for everything, and every- To exonerate the ADVOCATE'S Jensen
The
fishing. ADVOCATE
, represen- that one naturally derives benefit from postmaster of Tltusvllle for the unex-
persons being present, among them thing in its place, was one of the rul from
In tw
''ls' tatlve regretted he was unable to join correspondent blame justice
prominent business men of Lake Worth lug mot toM. It Is beautifully furnished them at the same time. :Mr. Ueauchamp |ilre\ and of fart I have
t' the owing to previous myself a* a matter ,
a
merry. party en- and many of the town and county offic throughout baa every convenience, and Informed us he would leave for EnglandIn take office as soon ait lie gets Ills commission been prompted to write the above. It

gagement.Mr. ers. Speeches and toasts were profuse Is one of the best and most cozy homes May on a lecturing tour. which will probably be In a can readily be seen how your correspondent -

Henry II. Dreyer, who was mar- and a royal time was spent. Mr. Geo. In Daytona. The whole structure Is a month or two. made a mistake. The club year

ried to Miss Grace Antoinette C'onklln D. Cnrrie-who will manage the office of credit to Mr. G. II. Bllven, tile architectand Will Give Exhibition. ends In October! and as the Swallow won
I-of Newton Mass., on Wednesday Dec. the Robbins A: Graham Co. at West builder. The lawn Is now being an Out of t thin December race and was presentedwith
30th, arrived In Titusville on Monday Palm Beach, in the place of Mr.Chilling- levelled off and fertilized, preparatory to Sight! cup for sane, he took It for granted -

and are now stopping with Mrs. John worth-was introduced to the assemblage setting It out In grass flowers and or- F. Knab of Springfield, Mass., says lie Those 5-cent boxes of candy for the the /greatest number of race were
I Simonson. They spent a short time at and his toast to the ladles and ange and other semi-tropical trees; a will give an exhibition of the uses of the children at Chailee' A C'o's. won by the Swallow whereas the same
I Jacksonville and Daytona on their way witty sayings were very favorably re- handsome Iron fence ha been erected Monarch Fire Extinguisher to-morrow number have been won by Ilderlm and
here. The above nappy couple were ceived. The dinner was given to Mr. around the place; cement walk are (Saturday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock near !Swallow.

married at the home of the bride's Chillingworth by his many friends as a about to be made, and Mr. Blodgett says the City wharf, Tltusvllle. Asall our Fine Yacht for Hale. C. II. RACV.ay .
I grand-mother, at DeFuniak Springs. It mark of esteem, prior to his departureon he will soon have In front of his property townspeople are at present interested In

I was a rather quiet wedding, only the about the 15th Inst for Atlanta, Ga., that which Is badly needed Daytona, fires and the means of extinguishing:
I immediate member of tt%farolly and a where be will continue to practice law. viz., street lamps. We were pleased to them, they are earnestly invited to be Naphtha launch for sale, In perfect GIVE TIlE "ADVOCATE" Atf
1 few friends being present. The bride is note how much better In health Mr. and present. order; nearly new; soft long and U?I. ADVT. It I la a Good Advertising Medium

[quite a charming young lady and Mr. Mrs.Blodgett: were looking than when we wide; fitted with a 10-horsa power engine for those who want to increase
Dreyer is too popular and well known to For Sale, had the pleasure of seeing them last year. of the Gas Power A; Engine Co., their business.

I need any words of praise from us. They One Hundred and sixty acres of land With two charming little children a fine BUY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES at New York. Main cabin U 121ft. long;
,
Gruber A Grlggs for cash; prices right. 8ft. wide and eft. 310. bead-room. Has
>hare the hearty congratulations of their 2W miles from Coco :'.ut Grove, containing borne and six servant to keep It In good
r [ many friends aud the ADVOCATE. five-roomed house, :2,500 fruit order; horses carriages and all other electric bells and sleeping accommodation Now Is Your Chance

trees; 2% acres l in grape fruit and citrus comforts, we think Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett ARE YOU SMOKING one of those for six. Every convenience and '
Bones Wanted. trees l.SOO pineapple plants 1,300 ofwhich ought to be "as happy as two turtle fine pipes from Cu.ffee A Co' 7 miles equipped throughout. Speed nine To buy dolls and toys of all deicrip-.
will soon be in bearing. Will sell doves." Great t aren't they'BIG'DISCOUNT per hour. Cost f 7,000; will tell lions cheap, for cash. Mrs.. H. W. Reynolds .
for 'fMO. Tltusvllle\ has a few left over
,
s Save bones and send them to the cheap for cash. $2: 500 on time. Only
your ialance Address: NAPHTHA LAUWCB, from Xmas to dispose 01, Including
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. South Jacksonville require t1 O cash; on time. BIG DISCOUNT ON HATS and trimming
OK HATS and trim- Care of ADVOCATE, bureaus, washing sets, pianos; book.,
Fla. Will pay cash for them.a W. S. THOMAS,.Miami, Fla. *. Mrs. Reynolds, Tltusvllle Fla. mings. Mrs. Reynolds TUoivllle .'1.. TUtuville Fla. etc., etc.







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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 8. l&97.
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I Cubans who left the Comrnedore In the I Do to-day's duty, fight/ to-day's temp> Florida East Coast Railway I!.
STEAMER COMMODORE LOST. weaken and district ';
tation. Do not
j first boats took all the baggage they i
{ i yourself locking forward to things you
Can'tI could and didn't know whether the Americans cannot see,
BURIAL OJF! SAIUOlt. got ashore or not. In answer to yon saw. [
Indian River
and Railway.
I the ADVOCAXB JacKsonville Augustine
some questions 'reporterput
I .1... the treatment of croup and whoop f
This is the complaint of to Mr. Montgomery, Itexsatd'-. : believed log oCOuRb, AyersCherry Pectoral ha,a Time Table la Effect June lath, 18WI.

1 thousands at this season. E a t Various Particulars Gleaned ''byau the leak wait canted by some most marvelous effect. Thousands .of :i

,I, I They bare no appetite; food "Advocate" Reporter.The traitor on board the Commodore, which live are saved annually by the use of South Bound. North Bound. :1

t s, does not relish. They need the toning upof sank at 7 o'clock Saturday morning.Two this medicine. It frees the obstructed No No 1o 81ATI0N8.No.. No. i No :.'
l and which filibustering ateatner Commodore, aiivpasBiges, allays inflammation, aad 8TATIONS.oal.. 31 .:ioo 311 18. No.82 ,:n.6 .. 71LvJacksonvDb. _
the digestive organs
''i stomach will which left Jacksonville on :Thursday boatloads of Cubans wore the first controls the desire to cough.ANTEDFAITIIFUL. ... 016 E -........ -.. .. Lv lJlUu' .. ... ... 11110 a III .. .. to a,, ':'
I a course of Hood's Sarsaparllla give to leave. The Americans -remained onboard St 1o 1 ) a 820): ........ ... Lv..lllonClty.. ... IIIO.m. 1133 a'' "
t them. It.alao purifies and enriches the : night week with a cargo; of arm and Ar Lv 8t Augnstiae.AUIIIIIUae.. 10Ja::111 a .. .. ... ........ .. Lv Io't LatMlerliale. 11/17/ a In . 724 a''
until the vessel sank I dlstre safter eating and iuuBvltkui and a-erew of 28 man onboard MEN OKVV LvE.I'alatka,. 1129 a .. .. .... .... Lv Linton. 9istaAr : .
that
blood cures . .
'-- I.yWI.altn Beach 7:1:< a to 1110 .
lifeboats was swamped. and be thought women vo travel for responsible Ya'atka.... .... 11 MI a ........ ..... .. ... 9on/ ... a
Internal misery only a dyspeptic can bound for Clenfuegos; Cuba the board lost. established house In Florida. Salary Lv I.al.tka........ 10 M" .... .... ..... .... ....LvW.J..ldter.. Jen.n......... 8 liD pin a rn.... ..124111'3 12 iArSanMateo '' .. .
I know, creates an appetite,overcomes that foundered .off Port Orange at an early 'men on were Capt.alDMurphy and Position :::: Icoy . .. .. .... ... .. .... I.' E'Io.II.' ... ..... 904am .. 82011Lv : ;
I tired 'feelmc and builds-op and sustains hour Saturday moral She sprung a Stephen Crane, William Illg- 7SO expensed.Enclose self-addressed perman San Mates. ".. 10 IMI", ..._.. .._........ .:_.. .:: Lvlo'ort Pierce.... 940 a m . 34011' 'i.I ,
.
ug.- ent. Keference. ... . ,
.. .. .
It so promptly and C;' .B. stood by the LvOrriom, ..::: ::.1200 P ? : .. LvRebalaimt: : : r. n:: : ::: .
the whole physical system. gins Montgomery The National Star t ,
the ,
leak 20 miles out at mm, and went h \ stamped envelope. Lv H..yton.. ... ... 1071' ... .. ... !.
relieves ayspeptlc symptoms Commodore until the last. tried .. .. .. Lv Melbourne. .... 1128 a ....... .
and efficiently and elevoa They Insurance Bldtf., Chicago.NATIONAL. Lv.'ort Orange.. ]N p ...... ... .. .
The 'mate .. .
bottom. /Iritt men .. II .. ...... Ean6rllle. 11118 a m. .... '
I. and cares nervous headaches, that it ashore the afternoon to save: some of the men, but the heavy Lv Titimeville..M13 New SmnlUL. MI p.. ... .... ... ...... LvltoclLJedge htla ...... ..... "..
i 1 I seems to have almost M a tragic touch." came boarding them s === l.voc..1.Lv .... 38111: P ... ., .. .. .... Lv'ocoa.......... 12111I pm...... .,., ..
seas swept
tIFlltrlda away. : : ....... 1:1/10/ .. ...
train at New Smyrna over Lv lhckledmrrt kt1e! .. .. .. ..... Lv1'eueS1 : p m
for Jacksonville.AM For twenty-four hours tho captain'sparty LvEau U..llle.. _,.. 4111 P .. .. .... .. ... yrnna... 200 p .
East Coast Railway HomeSeekersREAL : ..... Lv Port Orange. 22'.a p 1\1 ..... ,
.. .
LvMelhotlrlle..... 4M I' ..... .... .
far a* an ADVOCATE: representative WAS in a terrible sea In a little ten. Lvlbmselnnd ... 4M12p/ ... . ..". .... . LvOarumnd........ :20p in ?... .
H.Hood's foot dingy. They were overturned In., EXCHANGE I.v p'ouUan, ....... 4111 P .. ... .. .1',4Ift" ...... ..... .. 24/1/ pm.. .......
: could gleam from one of the men-who breakers and battled for their lives ESTATE l.vFortl'lerc.._.. Oll/lp ,... .. //III! a .... Lv Ellllt l'alatka... 423 P :uiL _. ..,. _,
seemed to be all Cubans-the namet[ the v Eden ....... 682 II ..... .. //181 a...... Art4an Mateo .... 6/11)/ p m......
for hatf-an-hour. All except' Higgins ......... 031p ........ -SOT a ......Lv8.nJllateo.... 300pD' ,,.... .
thOM who came ashore were: Major RIcardo were saved. Lv W. Jupiter.. 7311 p .. .... .. .. .... ...... XFhlatka....,.... 400 ..I.LvJenM8u. I.
p
the I.v 'V Palm lI8M'b 8I tt ....... 11:10: a .......Lv ....... ..... .
of .... .
Sarsaparilla A. Delgado, Felix De Ion Kios Of course, opinion Montgomery Exchanging 'Property for Property 11 42 p .... ....11011 a ....... Pahtka 4(5)( pm.- ...
I IJ Pablo Francisco Blanco Miguel: as to the steamer having been cut.tled, Specialty. Send Description of what LvLlntan..5 : p .... .... l'tIS a.. ..... ArAt Augtetine. //III pin.. .. ... ,-
u f Uogn, ; ,may be taken for what it is worth. 9z I l' .......... SIN! a......LvSt.Angnstlne. bl0pro 7l111q ... ...1 I. "
I IB tnobent-ifti taet the One TraeXlood Purlfler. Coo ll.l urry, Ramon Hernandez, Gabriel The tuneral of the seaman His'fZins. was you have, and what you want. Ar Mland I .. ... ... .10 io P ...... 820 a ... ... .JaMllOvllle. 8Ja: I' m 8 Ilia .... .. ..

It t are the bert after-dinner Martinez\ Santiago Diaz Emilio Marquee .: largely attended on Sunday afternoon, MALA Alt, Indian River, FLOUIDA. Trains 31.32,37and 78 between Jacksonville A. & W. URANCH.

.M : i 1100(1 Pills pills .Digestion. 20o. Jose Hernandez, Paqnlto :Jten- the remains !being interred In the Day- and St.Atlgu tln..ally. NORTH BOU ". .,1..

.. camo aDd Uiveaaventuo Ltaovues, tona cemetery. C. C. CARROLL Train 20IJ between. Miami and !tort Pierce, STATIONS.- No i 1'04 No

H r Free and One of the Cubans on the train said (Later news on 4th page.] Real Estate Agent dally except Monday Ar New 8myrna 1 I -,,.., ,
All other tnlm smith of 8t. Augustine. daily .. 301140mp
that the steamer got Into trDublo soon LnkeH lpn 12 ( ......
exc81.t SlIndllY. a Onan e('Atr El: SO' 88ap.' ....
; Accepted j ,11 Masons after leaving Jacksonville, when >she O. ('Ity Jund I 3IIp 3311p ..... yd,

grounded on _the bar, and It la believed Daytona' -..... ...... .,....... ........ SOUTH BOUND.STATIONS. .
"" '. -
I that the Umber became strained, causing 1'0 3INO.l No, NoLv

Indian It; to leak aloi ttly. The Commodore New Smyrna 9e5lil N90n .. .. ....
TitiisvilleKla. .. lAke Helen 2 110" 10 I\I'a\ .,.... ... ...
with coal besides Its
r Kiv r was loaded heavily Sale & Transfer Stables. I.v Or"nue Vlty 3m" n a.. .. "....
( Lodge, No. 00 cargo; and the sea being rough, she Livery Ar O.City Juno. 30111'1131110. .......,..

was heavily strained. The leaking, ,
Ti. see Time Table shown the time at which trains may lie. expected to arrive and depart from
Holdiltn meetlnipiitiie" unooncl anrt/ :' oiirth Fr however did not appear to .cause any the ion, er\1 curious, but their arrival or departure at the tlnipa stated In not guaranteed, nor duet
I I r day of >eur.li, inintb.ut. the Court"'ulle. Tltunwitie .- THE FINEST TURNOUTS: AND CAREFUL, DRIVERS.Illa'iJJng the Co -"my hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising tliereforni. iI 7
fear in the minds of those bard that
.-t a 11Mp./ m. on < .
I I F. O.WILLIAMS. Art( J. )) KAHNKlt
11 A. T.. r *ster, W..ahlpfu1loraator. the steamer was la. danger until about / Carting, etc. Horses boarded and a General Livery Business Trans Tltuavllle. Ami't Gen'l Pllllllenger Agent. I

i K. K. lieU Junior Warden.II. Fifty miles of roads for drivingand riding.
r came apparent that unless the flow of
II. Wilson Tre..urer.t C. II. PELLIGUER, Proprietor.
I .1; AlendeJ: Socretary., water could be stopped, the Commodore Take the Yellow Hack, Third Avenue.

'I :M.*:\t. Same, Senior Deacon.J. would! sink. An effort was then madeto The Tropical Trunk Line. :

t A. llapporsotteJtinior Denoon. start the pumps, but they would not :1:1r
A. A. (Stewart T. IL lcrH.sbewards! r
work, so all hands. on 'board warn. awak 0q

: ', II.A. A.IHrosclMtc U&iKer: ,, Tyler.TKMPKRANC1C Chaplain.. ened, and everybody. went to work with THE PAINT STORE. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. ,.:,!

buckets to bail out the steamer which JOSEPH S. DURKRR Receiver. .J 1

I', !: DKPAKTMKNT. -. was headod for the shore\ She wan then .,,1

about 20 miles out at After SOUTH -NORTH
sea. -
running
for New Smyrna Lighthouse for about ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS -N----\I \I ,'.0. 21 ..0._" I Time Table In Effect Dee 20. 96. ...'(1. a.,.. I ,,0.. 78. ".0. ."0-8 :J.
I t ::::= Local: 9),,- "8':30a l.v..JACKB VILLE..Ar 7 30 a oi 1140 10\ Local ,
: : three-quarters" of an hour, the engineer ..... Mixed 9M1' 667x ,," ? .Orange Park .. ......... 8112am 812pm P Mixed :
J 'l'UIL"fdJle .:;TnnplnrWm J1tIO\Ige. repotted that It would be useless .... :Uo W'y 945p 004a .. .,.. .. .... 'eons........... ...... 84oam aospmuTueedny i
to pro- ........ anti Fri ... ... ...1\lalnoll"............... ... ....... .. ThtlrMdy .
I I --- coed farther. 'STall\ pa.pers .. ... .. .. ..... 10101' 921a.. ; ....Green Cove Springs.! .... ... o09am l143pm S" Sat J
l ; ........ .. .. .. .. .... .... .. ... .. ..lIoatwlck. .... .. .. .. I.'i
'i lira, Woodward, C. T.: Mr:'CYbaa. The "water was coming Into the boatover ........ 10 311ft 1130p 10'(11I0.( .... ..... .Palatka... ... .... ... Snm 4M1'm "30 jtn1115a I
I Gardner e.Me the sides as well through the .. ...... .204a 1042a .. .... .......S..tRuma.. ... ... ... .. 428am 421111m 220pn11140a : '
: M Tuesday night at the UK .. .. / 1211)a 100Ja ...... .. POlllona. ....... 414am 411 .. m IIII/
every crack In the bottom; and the water had Outc-iido; Cold TVater: Pnlnt;. ,, .. 1'.IIlIp ll'llla: II 07a....... CrescentCltvJunctlon. ...... 8caam 403"10 1281'11I pin' !
I'resbytei-laa cUurch. Public meeting ...... I top UMa It : .. ........... .Seville... ........ ... 338am 8411pm 1lllOam:
llrst 'fllt'fl I Edited tiy,KBV. It. M. GOODELL.I had been extinguished. Captain Murphy I. E. BAIRD & CO. ........ 2118.. :217a 11 ( .....,......... OlenwlItI.1........ ..... :240am 305pm Jo aiam ;
j .... 4H'11 :lOtla 1l1711: ..... ..Bereetord........ ... .... :l3Oam 2/1/11m// 10 Os pin (q
then gave orders to lower the boats. .. .... ...... l ... .. ... ..... 1 I
} ...... .... DeLand ......... pm.
i ........ .... ... It 3 lla LY /lLv .;
., 320" ( ....... ..... .
The Il aiiehamp Jectui'es drew crowded One Cuban-believing the Commodore 62 West Bay & Laura Sts. JACKSONVILLE:: FLA. ... .. .... . .... .... tl: .... .. 312pm am.... 1 1I 1i
I houses. We trust. groa.t good will result about to founder and take all ......... ..... .. ..... ... 4 AI' ......... .linterprlxe..1. ,... lO a m ...
I was on ... ..... ...,.... ........ 53p...... .. .
I The Good Templar oclal, on New board with her, asked the captain to allow Taints"", Oils, Glass, Varnishes and Room 3Iouldings. ........ ...... ...... .. ... Paola..Sorrento. .. ... .
I :. ... ... ..... .... 3 .. ..... ...,...lIlt. Dora....... ...... ...... 8411am ... i
Yoar'H night, was fairly well attended, him to Ignite the dynamite and put -- . ..... ... ........... 4"l'Ar..Tavaroe.... ....... ..Lv .., ;.;.; 8311am= ..
........ 02ops300aelOOpAr..Sanford.............Lv 138am 900ammt
end their trouble but .1I9am
to It Is
the exerclsu being very Interesting. an ; stated ..... ... .. .. .........Altam..nte Springs! .......
r The proceeds amounted to 411.30.: the captain gave him a knock-down blow NOW IS THE TIME .v.v.v,... '... .... '...* ..... .. .... .. ... ...... ....... .......Wlnterlark. ........... .... .... I
........ ........ 420a 2ISp.... ......... Orlando..... ... ...... 120llpm. 1235am
I Prohibition does pj-ohlblt. The per for his suggestion. ...... ...... .. .. ...Klllllimmee. .. ........... .m.. ...
It was about 8:30:: a. Montgomery To nm Your orders for ..... ........ Ar.............. Harrow Jo., ......Lv ......
i capita consumption ..of liquors, throughout ORANGE LEMON &: GRAPE-MI Trees ........ ... . 6M a I 422p 'Lakeland .. .... ..... 03111'01 103llam..
the United StaUw JII above fifteen told us-when twelve men and their.. ...... .. ........ tit 40 a 4 4/111/ .. ... ........ .. Harrow... "". .. 7U6pro 1016am .. .<
. .... .. .. .. 11 IMlp Ar..........I'unta Oorda..... .. .I.v ... .. .... tltlmpm .. ..
/nalloiiH. In Kiinnas it docs not exceed baggage got into the bouts. The sea The Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions freight for OQ days. .. .... .. . e830a /I/ i'Ar....... .. ..... .......,.. .?..Lv 9211an. ...... 1
.. .. .. ...... ...... .
was and the for Tama Bay Hotel .. ... .....
one I'Uut.-PI'CII. Kas. St. Temp. Union. very rough, men pulled Take advantage of this generosity; by placing your orders with 0_. II. Wright, .. .. . ....... p20a\ 02.1J1Ar.. ........ 'ortTam"a. .. .....I.v.710pm.P,4I1am ...... ,
New Smyrna Lighthouse About 10 Orlando, Kli.; where you can get ..... 1Ifonanll Thuno l0tipiv.( ....... .l..rtTnm1'a.' .,.... .Ar 230pmThnre.andSun., 1 1w 1w
You may build a eliurcli In every ........ Tue. "'rl.ay. 3 111'( Ar......., ..Key 'Veat....... ...Lv 9311 1llIlIWed. and Sat.
street, and make your religious orgaul- O'clock in the morning: the men had Strictly First-class Stock, True to Nameand .... .. .. Wed and Sat 6iOnAr( ... .. .. ..Hllvan.. .. .... Lv 1230pmiWed.anilSat.
ranched the breakers on the beach, and .
Bit t ions alll'oulph.tu a. you will, but as .
Dally t Da.lyeJCce"t Sunday.
they all succeeded making a successful at Low Prices.Write \
: long as you allow the saloons to be Trains 31 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cara.

I open you will make criminals faster landing. r t1" for prices or call on Train 2:1.: leaving JackenuvilledifyatSmn: m., arrives at Hawthorne at 11:08: Oainenvllle ,
These 11:57: Ociilii latftop: 1""ullrJ\ (!tM: IlrOlkllvlUe m. Train "
men-on Saturday afternoon- 7:21111. leavinir Jackaonville at 8:00: a. m.
than you can reclaim them. GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. Arrives at Oakland 4:13: a. in., Lai-oophee 0:40: p. m.. Tarpon Springs 11:211: p. in., Clearwater 10-17: I"in. i,
I could not say whethor any of the others ., St. 1'eteralnirK 11:19 I : p. an., daily except Sunday. '
There are six million male church W. II. COFFIN
OR Aboard the Commodore took to the Q. D. ACKERLY

members our country. Add .to. theMe boats. or not. They said they had not General Superintendent. General faaaenRer Agent

the total abstai In the ltumamCatho-. !
I nera seen anything of them after leaving the BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK !
9 llo\ church, and you huvoseven million
steamer. Thoy left 10 on the steamer,
t Chrtstlnn voters-a mitjorlty.of( the thirteen nearly all of whom were American. &
The florida (
Central
i million voters of our country. Why The Commodore was by no moans anew peninsular RailroadShort

does not the church put down the saloon
j.
boat. She had on board a cargo
? Christianity linn no greater ordeadlier East Coast Brick Co.
of lOOOlbs. of Line, between
f f composed dynamite :2 a Florida and all NortI'orn Points. a
110.
I boxes of electric apparatus, 200 rlllen, Only lab :Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
The police In Denmark have a curious
:!OIOOO: .cartridges 300 machetes 14 Jac Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Bal-' i'
of with the drunk and incapable onville Florida.Are
.' way dealing boxes of drugs and other articles, valuedat tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East. I
found In the streets. They

I summon, cab and place the patient about 10000. She was also well MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville\ Louisville, Cincinnati I
stocked with coal. The Commodore Is and Chicago
i
I Inside It, then drive to the station reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.J. ".
said to havo, been owned by the Cuban Everett Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock Kansas City St f ,
y where he gets sober; then home, wherehe S. SMITH, Jr., Uen'l Manager, Louia, Chicago Sioux City. ; A

arrives sober and sad. The agents/ several Jacksonville, Fla. I River Junction Pensacola Mobile\ Xew Orleans Texas, :\ exico. California i'j ,

I : never leave him till they have seen Aim and the Pacific Coast Effective Nov. 27, 18JH1. KNew
f .! A short time after thulln.I1ng: of another
cafe In tho bottom. Then the York
family KxprrHn No. 38. leave' JRI'k.onvlIe
boat at Seabreeze, Sunday, our reporter HAW AND PLANINO.MILLS.Iiilatka JACKSONVILLE YARD, uLuve a : n 8:20.: .. m., daily with :Through llilliniiu'
I cabman makes his charge, and the polloo was' on the bench, and was told r.a... IK. Buy St.. Foot of Catherine. Marra V a. a, Ale,., .. I Baltimore' Savannah Columbia Washington/ .
surgeon makes hU, and the agents:( make Philadelphia New York and all i,
that In all 20:!() out of the :23.!:,! men on board .e n a c Eastern point Connect for Fernandlnu. 'I
i their own fur special duty, and WILSON CYPRESS Arrives Jacksonville 9:12 .
claim the Coimnodoroiliad been accounted for, COMPANY "'" = c,. awl *st.M. p m..
t j thin bill Is to the host of tho Awn New York Font, Mall Ni. 3(1. leave ta I
.Inetoen of whom are living and one Is ,, neJ Jacksonville. ... .
t
establishment where the took his Manufacturers of ,. : p m. daily fur uiu northern '
culprit $
dead-tho tailor Jllgglns. This list of A _AVANNAN point. and fur ITeriiandipa.. Arrive Juukonville -
1 lost overpowering glass.Exposure y 9H: a. ID.
(

28 includes 11 Cubans and one who was / e+ f 1
.
Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. Asheville Route. Through Pullman SlHpiilnR <
to Disease left behind to watch for others from the # t e Ryq.a r4', w Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah Colum
bia,
Cummodore] also Anhevllle Hoe Sprint; Knoivllle, through
; .Captnln Murphy, C.
f the relehrated Mountain North,
of :
,
Country
.a )4
i i' Does not necessarily mean the con H. Montgomery, .the New York Journal A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling\ siding, mouldings:( shingles, a' ,tx I Carolina Arrive Cincinnati 7.15 a. m. lie-
a ,
traction of dUeime, 'provided the system correspondent' ; Stephen Crane, the novelist lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.. Cypress G c1N. r, a turning arrive Jacksonville- 9:00 a ui V ,
in Inn. vigorous condition with the blood mouldings of all a. > CK90NVIUE !
patterns a
q and William Jllgginn; who was specialty. '-5 Only Line Through the Bean Ifnl HID
i. 'st\ pure and all the orgiiiiHlnhealtby action. struck by the boat and died soon) after When at home;, write us for prices; when'up our way, come and see us. M r Country: Middle Florida. J'enaacol..II"d )
When In such Krainbln
condition
contagion Is eOi l O Day Leave Jacknmllle )::13 a. ni' I
wr readily resisted and the disease germs reaching the shore. 'These four 'men u _. u ___ e man an. t.W j Tallahassee far Lake City, Live Oak, Madlwin. Ifcoiitlrpll"/
River
can hud no looltlUt"lIt.. Hoo 'lI Sal'tl\p"r.: stood by the Commodore until she went 0/ 1 :New Orleans,and the Junction southwest Pen, acola.Mexico.Alulnle.('all.pl. r.'. i
.
I I illa Is the best medicine to build up the down. They then ... o fornia and the farlno Coast. Carrie Sleeper! unin
tt because It makes pulledor Daytona r = r o o ( vg ip Arrive Jacksonville 7 M
) system rich : a. m.
r t'. blood and pure blood is the pure basis, of beach, where they arrived about seven HARRY MASON & CO. & ,. m'"n .. r w e 1 ,

good health. In cold weather it Is o'clock on Sunday morning. it.. r. teavesJackemnv111e9:10gm.forSlarkeHaven wlS
"' i especially ,. ."..1' thiirne. Silver Spring' Ocalit iainesviUe.. Cellar
i neuessary tn keep up the health Another boat, containing four men, V Key. WlldwooJ Lee.burz Tavare. Ap !
tone, because the body Is subject to v1 ,, Orlando Laroochee, Da.le Plant City.
I City
wo were informed, uiiino ashore near I Jobbers in Fine aripoftime ,,
Tampa
greater exposure aod more liable to dis H. MA8OX CO. Imported 1\( ArrlveJaeksonvUle3:36pro.FLORIDA : .
_ P
Port
Orange These make total of 20
ease. Hood's Baraaparilla Is the safeguard W Bay Street cEN1RAi ( '-. w-'* Cincinnati and FIti'Llmlte.l.;;; ; T-eave Jick4invllleS:45p. -
of health.It men out of the 28 on board and the '
remaining t : m. Solid Vestibule Train. Tinie'
-- eight men were said to have JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High ENINEULAR sad p.p. t rr' / a Atlanta.I little over Cbattanoofra.24 hours to Connectstfot I.Nanhvlllet. Macnn,

appears there are 40,000 persons in been seen on a raft, some distance out at and Connections, Ixnilivllle, Chicago and all point north an: Isle

New York City who wear uniforms at. sea, just before we left for Titusvilb. U.,",,, west
Grade Whiskies Etc.Whlnklm nun 7LOtJDA. Kansan City I.lne. No.J8.! For Macon Atlanta -
i t their lilly avocations, not counting On Monday, In conversation with ourrepresentativewho -T: : .....u. on Birmingham Memphis, Kansas City.
4 t Jeems "on the door." was pending a r w. w. Through: Ilillmaj, sleeper. without change In 4* 18
I hours to Kanaas City The route I. via 1\Iacon.
I thof
I couple of days at the Holly Inn C. U. Atlanta. Birmingham Holly S1'rtDpIor' Memphis. Springfield and
There Is nothing that cause -Imported and Domestic Southern Belle, Rock. and Ry.... ..... ...rrom 'JO' per ICI'I arrtv_Jack..nvl1le. 9 00. m. Kanea Cltr. No. 311 return
I women Montgomery, of Norwich but latterly; *** Brandle*-Uoiumtlc. apple peacbhtaelberry, and peach and honey .. .from SIJM per gal 1ttC .. -Lea\.Jack."lIIe for Brunswick br the Cumberland to
f greater discomfort and misery than the Jacksonville] said he had na-Holhuid. ,Old Tom etc... .. ..... .... T. .... . .... ....... from flJM per icalWlneiTpirt' berl.nd Souad.Otte Rout. steamer and Cum-
j i constantly recurring headache. Men bad quite, Rum ..... ......"..." ..from l.aepergal Po --Loc.1 for Evelett. 0.-connection for runawlck.
suffer less with headache wife's narrow from' drowning. lie Sherry Catwba"MiiM.MlV Clant'etcl.; Ima". .. . .. ... ..il 00 per gal 3130 P. M..LocaI. for Tallahresee.ml intermediatepnIna. Bhorteet and gnickeM route
escape
t "My .7 Tampa
.. .. .. .. ......... .. 82.m: per came intermediat.point..Feimansleepen. O!
I I health was very Indifferent, having headache could not swim .a stroke, but he held on U&Ued Beer... ............... ...... .... .................. .. ...from SI JO per do... Tbrotlllth Sleepers: for Aahew..leaves Jacksonville at ArTlve.Jacll80lIvllle7.116..bm.. .
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L. continually and just two package rille Loop.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.15 a. m. p. ,
to the boat "like grim death." Ho Qy: All other FIDe Brands equally Low Prices.
! was For Hacne Atlanta two TraID. Dallr. Leave Cape
t Simmons
I LIver ltegulater released her Jugs and demijohns will be Steamer"Manatee" from Jackeonvllle sin a. m.and 1:45 p.m.
engaged as correspondent for the New packed in boxes, when so requested without extra : Tampa for IlraideDtowa and Manatee
from all River
headache and tone and polnta.
t gave cwt Money refunded for "empties" when returned. will Fnllo.e Sleepers oe all Night Trains
rigor to her whole" 'stem. I have never York' Journal. nd had he been able to not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay Express and trouble Company Rf.- Bend for Bw .........Towaa alp Map of riorlda [.of

i regretted Its u -M. B. DeBord, Mt. join the Insurgents, his salary would ,9..d for Price List or call upon MASON A: CO., N. S. PENNL'tGTON', A. o. 'vil
X MAcDONILL!:
I I I II Vernon, have been $3,000 per week. lIe said the ;o4 30'1, 309, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACXJOXVILLE:, FLA. Traffic MM
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f BOKO x. BOBBIKS. WALTER s.GBHM.LpOBBINS That thlt citizens would be p tensed': to I heard n din of chwring and hand More Potash.in

A; GRAHAM bear our' bAnd perform In public more clapping, and tho Horse guards came I Cltru. 11to1l1o: :;induced pvi .*... Are .

often than U does. dashing along, behinit them an otsu: budded *U the Kicmnd oil 4-yeitr-oUI

r ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW barouche drawn.by lour horses, and be- Florida :Ko tl eli. L-iw >n stocks.. 3,(>00 of the fertilizers
That tile number of that appliedon
our cfora|; bind that more. ilorso gourds. I had. a. them arv Tim!Hi, others are Parson .
>FFICB HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. in., Infest tile streets should not only be look tbo for the Brown lloby TSM | lawiu.saowt
ur-talledv but also curtailed. (This Is very good at. queen, earriage fjerne, THEPLAHT the farm
and2to4p.m.Trruevu.LE a Joke.J, slowed a pt m little just before entering Triuinpbnnd Common Grape ITriiU, :tO.. means

Brevard Co., Florida.. Marlborough Honae gate. She each, *;2t.25.pirlO.! .

t.O. Box 108. > That Wttlo shell should he- kept on looks exactly like her pictures.. I IM.TOT. BoonlJo' BI I'ly ft Mott's l&MxI.; lent( larger and! better yieldsof
Will praotloe In all the courts-state and fad land to flll the ruts caused by the same each..9 40 per]Oft.Swtsuum ( I
face with less bub..Ii
_ral. saw a expression .
tracks being, continually used on some of and 1It1\0lll1l'1n. MM. eauh.
5 t,Special Und title fluidities for examining and ;perfect our streel;&. suppose that is because she is a qucerkit Lamb Grange! ,. fcto. each. crops, permanent

g would be impossible for her to teak Seedless,Grape' Fruit BOo. each, $dl 1)
That the fence erected at the of
recently anything but. impassive, for no one per lOO- SYSTEM improvement the
end of the railroad wharf la-
t. CARY-ELWES, R public could keep up an unlimited expression: Also all! of tier varieties of peaches
nuisance and should be taken. down at
through a 00 1.oars'reign. Want of sax that are known tube best sultwl tothis soil andMore

NOTARY PUBLIC once. pression seems to me to be as much. apart :South Florida Mellon, Including the I

STATE AT LARGE That we should take all possible stepsto of royalty as ermine and red new free Stoner Orange peach, that .
render our town more attractive to orljlnatod.ln Orange county nail !Id the
Typewriting taxes paid for noneidenta caches. Tube sure. I have never seen
and to them \vitHiua when best peach out for this section. Moneyin
rents and accounts collected visitors keep royalties in their off moments, but wlien yet Notice: to Travelers.

Ito., etc. Correspondence solicited. they some.That on dress parade they look stolid enough- JAMES ftfTT! ,

Titusvllle Florida. the streets and lots are. looking I have seen tha Prince of Wales dens, ORI.A1tDONt'uaT.> Prop'r. the farmer's

cleaner than they have done for sometime of times, ands I never saw him cbauge.lis I If yon contemplate a trip to-any point pocket.
Winter Fin.Send
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i/TINOK S. JONES, : for though there Is still, considerable I expression. 1 once law the prince; Haven North*. El\8t. Wet or to ap Florida AH beat ?<*..*.-th.iMult of its as*kr actual l lpvtautt or.

com Improvement. mile but that when she ,a o. taw la the (
passed
was :poitat.tor reliable. Informatl().... through told la a little bok. wwhkhmwe pohllih sad will gI sly
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. That it would be a !good scheme to friend in Hyde park. Let the crowd Mil ft** toaantaBur la America: who will writ. for lu,
build a bicycle track near towny.so that beer its loudest, the royal family look \Ie it Free : mtes wd tnoa* convenient chedulen, CSRMAN KALI: WORKS,
UTUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FIJI "' I
the practice of "scorchln on the neither( to the right nor to the laf LT.- wita to the aodlJl' lgnod ,. who will OJMMMO> SN.W York
streets might be discontinued! -TO ,
County Judge of Brevard County.D. London Letter. answer all letters promptiy.andlgiveyotuiny !
That "scorching" on the stnoats should
The Largest and Most Com
not be permitted at all, especially at weakiVienYoking necessary Informa'l e.,

D. L. DODSON night as being a menace to- the safetyof State of Ohio.City of Toledo )l The Route offered vliu the Plant plete Establishment South.
.1 Vi. the public-children ami ladies In Lucas r. I
County. J
DENTIST. particular.That Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he System the. equipment and! excellent : GEO. S. HACKER &: SON

we should llkn to know howIt Is the senior: partner of the firm ot> Ki' J. and Old I !;. service, areS nsurpagHetfc ky- any llnev ,

Office over postofflce.rrrcsviLLK Is that our Town Council cannot compel Cheney A Co.* doing business In the City
With In the )
residents (on improved property) to of Toledo,. County and State aforesaid, Rejoice \us Discovery. Through SIMpers are ooerntral on aH

keep their sidewalks clear o* weeds and and that said firm will pay the sum of trains of this.System, Insuring Luxulg.Comfort .. Yr
FLORIDA.
ONE HUTOMIED DOLLARS for each When tins RiifTcroilt for
gratia. mcva ;: : yearn and convenience
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be with a wofckneHB. that Might his life and every ,
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L. GAULDEN That It is about time something was cured the of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
by use \drlrosa
robs him of all that really makes life
being done In the matter of constructing!

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; roads of shell or other material out to Sworn to before me and Frank subscribed J.Cheney.in ,: worth living,, if he can avail lllinnelf of a R. I.... TOOl), low
complete why not the
, Will practice In all the Court of the State Jims our columns and South some Lake little, as time suggested ago. In my ,presence this Hth day of December. moral courage ctu'er to stop Ida POHMOHH downwardaoureei Div PHXM.v Agt... i
A. I). IS*!,
.t Florida
and the United States Court.. C1.: II. IIOWARQt.Olty) P1ts+s. Agtt
.t P.O.Box, 238. TITUSVILLE:, FLA. That the recent fires in Titusvllle and [soul] A. W. Oleason,. Wo will send you by mall,. AT5SOHTJTEC.V ,

Money to Loan. 18 neighborhood ought to bring more forcIbly Notary Public. FRKE, In plain package; the .

to the minds of our people the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tl\kea.lntemtlIy All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S: :::! VJBTALIKESTOKAT1VE

necessity of a waterworks system, and and acts directly on the blood and' mucous : TAllUKTS: with a

R.FREEMAN HALL he organizing of a volunteer lire de- surfaces of the system. Send for (legal guarantee: to permanently oure

eATTORNEYATLAW >artment. testlntoolals, free.F. Lost l\llndlood,8elf-Abnllo. Sexual Weakness Jlfartte/stctttrers ofDtOI'

& INSURANCE AGENT. That we do not hear so much about J. Cheney & Co.,. Toledo. OtSdrSoM Varlcocele, stop. forever night; -
Emissions ami all\ unnatural draliw. Returns
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Sash Blinds
Tltusvlllo Florida. the renovation of the citydock as we : by Druggists.; 73o. I former emaciated .
to appearances
should like to, although o. subscription1st ROYAL-TANSY PIUS
Representing; all the best and organs.No; .
strongest was recently circulated among our
Insurance Companies. Is prepared people for the purpose of having the FAITHFUL MEN OIL C. 0. I). fraud nor recipe. decep NEWDISCNVREY. DEVEahall.a. : Moulding and Building Material.

to write lines to any amount, anywhere repaiiing done. WANTED to travel for responsible tlon. If we could not CI1'O'It' ) would .....r A n.wr Ujhb..and.*i.r.iJt>L'roup.
on the East Coast.ISOA'1"N& necessary established house In Flouida.. Salary not send our medicine\ FIFO to( try,, and ::'':.':::::;.*:wlv.Paw,semi Munty by ov or.rnOOOO tmlnrut 01'1I1.101\1\11 Warereonxi, King Opposite
That unbroken of shade when 8Itlsfied.Vrl te 'adl_ 1..Ie.th.*. erawyIt.. '
an avenue to-duyH an
*(ISO and expenses. Position! perm..nent. pray w... .r da..r.ss i lmlt"Ulun..r 1"tame Canuva Street,
DAm trees on each side of all the principal Reference. Enclose (..elroddl'oll88dstampell this may not appear again. tJ: paper. Itper bur* Small boxer' sm..
BAY COUNTY. .wl ii rnTplikln >B.mf i 4o In
streets would be a vast improvement to wrapper.
envelope. The National, Star Address: Medicine stamps fi r purtloulnri. *. Cold blr healdr..1.taora.lrl'Gw Charleston S. C.
T W. EWAN western Company
the appearance of the town, and that Insurance lildg., ChicagoIn PEyVEn1iEDt.OALAr.e01AT10N. j ,
U. S. COMMISSIONER. Ohls.W uu
water-oaks are about the best trees for >
Incorporated. KAr.AMAZOO.Ilch.! .
Notary Public State at Large. the purpose. Sold by J. B. Sorovon only\ Sasb. Weights Cord and

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. i Circuit Court IJrwvard. C MIII- ,

Correspondence solicited. Address: Blood is life and the and FAITHFUL. MEN OR
purity
upon Florida .
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut ty, WANTED Hardware.
Grove vitality of the blood depends the healthof to travel tOil responsible

Office Ewan's Landing. the whole system. Experience proves established house in FIr"lelaSala..') WINTERStniTH'SCHILL :

Hood's Sarsaparilla to be the best blood C. D.VS.Flood $78O and expenses. Position permaiv- Window and Fancy GlassA

GEORGE W. ALLEN, purifier. James E. Bowman a*sheriff ent. Reference. Enclose self-lu dressed I as settle'

of Brevard county and ax- stamped envelope. The National StarInsurance 00 Oats SPECIALTY.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Ilood's pills act easily and promptly estate omcfoabnlnlatratorof of J. A. Toiuajo I)wy.the } Forerlonnra of [ Uldg., Chicago.What .. BrtiksThsCnlll.

on the liver and bowels. Cure sick head er deceased, K. L. Dwyer. Lien.her 4lftIvsrlwkes.
[Key West, Florida. ache.It surviving husband, and ... Agent for "Qniek Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
Mrs. K. Hudnut. and .
do you need In the way ol
I Will practice In the United States Fred Ifudnut F. Heal.her husband, and envelopes note and letter heads Nil

and State Courts. 9jun05ALEX takes a great deal of philosphy to and by virtue of a final decree. made heads, statements, tags, cards etc ? as Ym* I WILLIAM TCLARK

live In this old world of ours. When a UNDER in the above entitled cause We shall be glad to have a share of your Ststdg 4tHOuaraMesa TONIC ,- Agt
and!
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wherein C. IJ. Flood In complainant work.
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & man is heels over head in debt and no James 11:. Bowman. aft sheriff etc., et. al., are
SON the Honorable John I.ll.oonw, ] PLUMBER, STEAM A GAS FITTER,
prospects of getting out, it takes gen- r8H\lOndentl.\ by court and dated:2Hth day of September ii its_v. ..

ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW uine philosphy to struggle on and do the : 1HIW. whereby: 1 wait appointed lrl SpecialMaster !: -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Arthur Ptw Co., LoulnHto,Ky.,Seal".nte. Roofing 1 and Sheet Iron Woik.

JACKSONVILLE FLA. best he to sell the land hereinafter Mot.\ay\ No. one, $5; No. two $10; No. thieo t16!
AND TAVAKKS
can.Christian a* Special Master an aforesaid.. will on TltuBvlllo Fla. NEVER FAILS. Pumps,, Piping and Drain Pipe, BathTubs
Will continue to practice in the courts TilE FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, Al 18OT,
Water Closets and Wash Stands.
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All Endeavor Convention. the same being the tint Monlla Februaryand ,
business before the United States and a legal' Hale day within the legal hours of
I sale In front of the court house door at Titus- ....Eloctrlo Bells....
State Circuit Courts will receive the yule In said county and state sell for Fault to
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. The VoluKia and Brevard District the highest blddnr therefor the north-half of ''ySFRUIT TREES No. an runyth 8tr_t.JivckHonvillo.
Clalr-Abrams. Union of Christian Envdeavor will hold lot S and all of lot 4,of section '.1\1.\ township :20, t I T9 I7
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south of rung 80 east. | said Und lying anil being J : ,
their sixth annual convention at Mel In llrevard county Florida or so muchthef ro* Florida.y
an will be necessary to realise the
F. II. HOUOHTON bourne, Fla., January 15 to 18, f7)7.! amounts ordered to be paid by said decree and Y ROFIT AND PLEASURE
DR. HIGHEST
Choice .
The programme presents an interest- the costs of Bald suit. '\\ ''
D. L. OAULDEX QUALITYLOWEST WHIT ve Wines Liquors
Ing of topics Including ,
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array papers
DENTIST. doc2-tw. Special MaHtor, \
addresses and conferences on all depart THE POMONA NURSERY and Cigars.

ments of Christian Endeavor work. II Notice.In pFjiCES, ..MACCLINNV. rtOKI0 Guaranteed Pure.

Iaytona Florida. do not miss this
you are an endeatorer will I
.. 1118 tell you wk t t. ylsit end Sold at reducedI
convention. It will furnish you with FREIGHTPfEPADm Ul BOW to pleat It. w. bars pilceisIliipnrtml
the Circuit Court in and for llrevard In clack a f.1111n. o( verythlur needed laTHE I t.
T O. FRIES C. E. many helpful ideas. Each society in County Florida: GARDEN OR ORCHARD.

S Volusla, Brevard and Dade counties la -IN CHANCERY. soh." Plume. P.... PJDtDO_ Plae, Tokay Win.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land invited to send two delegates at least. .Agur Wheeler: plaintiff utlberria. Or...... and Mow w. au> ......... from Italy.

legally surveyed and sub-divided. The railroads have granted a H rate Minor 8. Jones Vs.as and In THE POMONA NURSERY. John B. Togni

for the round trip, from all points In the hilt capacity an Administrator O f t1 .........,. ".,Iela. ,
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for with the will annexed
couneies above named. Tickets will be of the mtata of Charles Metropolitan I<\Saloon 125: East Buy t.4
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed T. Verbeke decaane>l and
on sale at the various stations from Jan. Minor 8. Jones an and| In RIll' to foreclose .________ __________ _.. ________ ___._h ____ ____.__,_.____ __ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
lines a specialty. 14th to ICth, good for return passage his capacity a* Trustee for Mortgage. | WholnsaU Hint n..ta lil......
Charles T. Verbeke, daceaiied -
until Jan. 21st 1807. J. B. Terry and -
SEBASTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. -
Any who can attend are requested to Clara Margaret Verbeke[
cud.1.13. Terry and Clara: WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
send their names as soon as possible to Margaret Vertwke Individually
ALEX NEAIt. KUNE8T TAYLOR. defendants. 4e.-
Miss\ C. L. MARSH, SouthernRailway.
appearing by the am.lavlt of D. 1. Oanl-

NEAR & TAYLOR (p.r. J.) Melbourne Fla. IT den...attorney., mat "the complalnunt defendant Clara, ntud Margaret In this ) .11 K fI tan

(Succeeeors.to John McAllister.) Verlwke resides without the State of .Florida, .
"Old and simple andbefautlful and without the United States and that she resides -
yet ever new,
In Kngland: at Honia place unknown to aftlant ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. .IJA", I."P.-I'. D QA'f.
Artesian Well Contractors ," sings the poet In words and that there In no person In the State ofFlorida inmv. I
which might well apply to Ayer's Sarsaparilla the service upon whom of a mibHrona I What PEFFER'S VJltqPt! Dldit I

-the most efficient and scientific would bind the said Clara Margaret Verbnka. ant. py wnrfully and qu rh y, all'I
EAU GALLIE FLA. defendant and that said, Clara Margaret V.... THBOTIOH PULLMAN DIU.WING BOOM OARS DININO OARS others 'nil. Younen.qresatq 10. .nAnh"..... old
blood-purifier ever offered to sufferlnf: bake In over the aire! of twenty-one years. Am r.1O."OI.u. "I....'. Ah.91") tawaraaed .
men
humanity. Nothing but superior merit that the nald. .1. H. Terry reside without the COACHES VKSTIBTJI.ED T31AIN1. to Cure N........._..... ...... ....11.1':' .
state of Florida,and his residence and iMmtoftlitiaddress I THOROUGHFARE ..." ,.ne.test Power.
ODGES & GODFREY keeps so long at the front. U Houtlmld. state of New York, am .u...MI.JI.&I..t--; .,.. Wasting Ills.a
: .. ,.,. Of' ere.se ea t
that there In no person In the state of Florida ....(. : .ndenn.on.pliuh.
the service upon of a auhpmna, would bind the WEST. Jinutiatdru .I.I 1m......a.lJrtbl..lIh.IILlJt./ ....
Manufacturers of No one ever knew a girl who wanted! said. defendant J. B. Terry and that said J.H NORTH EAST AND YlJlt 10.0" t"hlO a,,1r ester,,"'II&. In.I.un b...
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married. The fair only yield to Terry Is over the age of twenty-one years.It IHH m mimiW W.K'. IIIICK V.oe.' .. "r ,..n4 VB n..
to get ..t fnpmut '
In plain
Is. therefore ordered that the said defendant Can tin oarrlvd v packet vrapp
of the Clara, DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. r. *>l iwr box, OP f<>. *>A. with A. l'...ltlvM .
Yellow Pine Lumber the prayers and solicitations men Margaret Verbeke do api>ear at theclerk's rs tar si.ara.te H ears .r II.raad Ia.
office at Titusvllle llrevard county, --- .. <> Pamphlet' fra BolJ byA yW1sl.4.Aiidrcx
out of pity Florid..'to answer demur or plead to the COlli'plaillant' JAOKSONVILLt: TO WASHINGTON. MMtfa... TL.Bk. .A TA.M.ItW. C51.ag.. ill.
ONLY 21 HOURS
said bill on or before the
HOUGH A DRESSED, FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. IW7. ONLY 27 HOUR1 JAOKSONVILLE TO NEW YORL Sold by J. D. Screven only,

. 'Orange Roc Head., Do not wear impermeable and tight- And It I I" further ordered that the said defendant Improved PullmAn Sleeping Cars sod Hotel Dta -
. fitting hats that constrict the blood-ves- J. H. Terry do appear. at the clerk's office. Solid Vwtlbulwl Trains.omp.smLof Latest
t Fruit a Vegetable Crate of the scalp. Use Hall's Hair Renewer at Titusvllle, Brevard county, Fkn'llato answer to* Can through without change to Washington Baltimore, s0 vlARat

I Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Hire occasionally, and you will not be bald. demur or plead to the complainant's bill on PhlUwlelphU, Now Turk and the Fast IXPIRIINOI.TIADS .
:* r the East Coast would do well to THE 20TH DAY OF JANUARY A. D. 1W7. FLORIDA LIMITED.
write for prlc .. The Sawmill I I.situated on the feathers "THE CINCINNATI \
their
. Birds and fowls oiling And It Is further ordered that this notice lie
-J. K. W.R _
,T.Ot ; mile south of falatka.49atsumaIIlffhts published In the IXDIAH KIVKH ADVOTATK a
f'' indicates rain. newspaper published In said county once each Scud Ve.tlbuled T.ln. from .1eekeoarilletoCinolDDati ria Everett, Atlanta and Chsttsaeoga
,Putnam co.,Fla. week for eight consecutive .eeks.
We In passions the stuff that
use up Witness the Hon. John D.'ltrwrmeJudgeof ONLY 24 HOURS JAOKSONVILLE TO OINOINNATI.

Pineapple, Orange and Lemon was given us for happiness.oubert.Youth said Court at the Conrt-hnum at Tltusvllla, ONLY 25 HOURS JAOXBONVILLE TO LOUISVILL'C MARKS
Florida, this mh: day of December.A.D. IStfU.

Land For Sale, Cheap. fades, love droops, the leaves A. A. STEWART.: Orrk. for CHICAGO CLBVILAND. INDU NAPOLL9. DBThOlT. ST. PAUL DISIONS.OOPYKIONTS.
of friendship fall a mother' secret hope By C. K. BMwart.D. fI.) Direct eoDDectiun North and WOT *0.
; and all petals
.Pending "* *"" sad dseolptms may
I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple outlives them all.-Holmes. [Seal of Circuit Court.) [Derl sw CITY quell.?s.o.rwn. free"whether nv.sitoa 1.
]KANSAS
TO
land on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JAOKSONVILLE ""bl'&t""tebl" Comes.deetlmm .Uletl
a forse.nng pd.nleaPsenu
low Eden, 40 of which being northeast The more hard days' work a man puts Notice to Creditors. Without chug, via Everett: Attests,Birmingham mad Mem phi* ::or= :fate.:1 thnmuli= :'Mena. 110.: rwssie

quarter of northeast quarter of section during the week the fewer theories paoial aotla la the80IENTIFIO

18, township 38, south of range 41 east; he has for saving the country. ONLY 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. AMERICAN

the other 40 is the northeast quarter creditor of the estate of Oldaon Colqu, Care dally .1".aril1e to

of southeast quarter of section 3. THE will II,take late notice of Brnvard that :a.lminlstratoroisaid ; :; C ASHEVILLE ROUTE-.Through cindon Sleeping tl. via JUhovUl*. through th. bssatlfall", .. "oelha til.wre540....yotai 1.'I.. 55011opesssedsIIAsJ '/ IDo" of5r

township 38, south of range 41 east CIaarIJe; W_ Ki_"1.. orate nan saggesMd the Insolvency of theme ...till...u. Para'.rat,..... A.wn.

The above land can be bought for $1'' Blanche-Cbmrlie told me last evening "LAND OP THE SKY.: MUNN A'' CO.
Wherefore, said creditor, and all
t per acre It is suitable for pineapple that he never before loved any !girl having elaHnsagsinst said cats will person b. required to raws. IIoIbed..... .....,.D. oar ,...-.atioa.. etG., appll' M5nr.g.nt sel Bra...w.,. Maw.l..L
orange, lemon or lime growing.Will M be loved me. to appeal before ma,on or before for detailed Information U .
eom.eelloss.L.
be sold in lots of 40 for *the BOOTBMW HALLWAY or lu
acl'ea. three THE:FIRST DAY or Jt7NE,1557.:
Edith Tea. but It WM only
f cash. This land will soon be worthpel' $50 months -ago that he told me he never and be Die barred.with ma their said claim,or payment A. BBIFJlAJr, Florida P.... Agt. :nt West Bay Street Jsok.osvllle. lla.J. Wanted-An Idea Wee -I mmm .
will
acre. 4DWI0L
S. H. HA Wag b p..11
1 Apply to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE: could lore another as be loved me. Th!* UUa: day of Noverabor.. laeS.Mnsua 8. .Jonas J(. OULP. W.Oea.A.Paul.TORT A...,. 4at fie..F.3..... ::\ J#2ddAM tJ..t!!.:=::

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; I Ii i -f INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE.AWSM ...+- leading newspaper, says:: ."''the fore, Is to educate the people as to dingy.lie was slowly His purpose creeping was toward apparent the to little all.

I Uaited States could oaxjuer any the desirability of Florida as a boat loaded down to the water's edge, CRATES !

I I JOtntsA.L D.VOT.D TO.llV..... American state, and Might, if "it home, and the possibilities of the for the purpose of trying to jump Into

I i OPMENT. Of VHB IMNAir IV.t.., 1"'Kill exerted Itself, defeat a single.Eu. state as a wealth-producing country It. Captain Murphy took In the situation ,
WORTH AMD' nK>AYNB MAY lOTTOHS.. ropean power. But it cannot, defeat to say nothing of the indescribable at n glance. It was next to suicide For Best Crates at Lowest Prices, Write for
I all Europe combined, even if charm Its to attempt to row the men on the raft CABBAGE CRATES,
I peculiarly own, to the shore fourteen miles away, but It TOMATO CARRIERS,
PUBLISHED* BWCltr FBI DAT. 'England, I if from rea8l'JIII8! of fcin- which attaches to the climate, and meant certain death to all to allow the ORANGE BOXES BEAN CRATES,

( hip, remained neutraL The fact which when once experienced is Insane negro to reach the boat. He LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.
CHAS, H. W AITOH,TBiHtnr&; Pr irtor.or lelpatl'nt, to all that .'tbe! (:United never therefore ordered Montgomery to release
States will\ not be allowed :to order forgotten. the tow Hue which was done and the Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To .
IfIlHIIIDI\ .Ix'men on the rafts floated back In the Q. F. PADDISON, Eau. Gallie, Fla.
Spain: out of her colony without a direction of the sinking ship. $
I I I t THE FLORIDA.PRKS'S.ASSOeidtriON, remonstrance from Con t I'll' eon tu);Europe INAUGURATION OF GOV. W. Capt Murphy shouted to Kedlgan, $

f II' AFFJLIATEI'WIT11 TUB: which might be followed by I>. BL.OXIIAM. who was In the centre! of the group, to 4
I swim back to the steamer, which he 8t
combined lifle"
the action of the tB Your
.Vrtion"f Editorial Aaeorioles'e. attempted to do, the others follow Ing. Ship
of aha five powers, and the: landingof On Tuesday, at Tallahassee. the lion.W Then the end came. The Commodore -, tdf
Dlnci.nlnuarw! '*/.alvl&.'lntu.t bavuaa personally D. Bloxham was inaugurated governor t
armies in Cuba and t.be.Frtllll'h reeled
t to one side the sea breaking! over Hides Skins Etc.
a* lhi*...IU(: or V>y wiling.Addrem Wet Indies." War would ,undoubtedly of Florida, vice Gov. H. L. Mitchell, her, sending/ foam of spray high Into Fruits Vegetables ,

I t benefit the few to the lifelonginjury whose term of office bAil expired. The the air. It pitched to the other side!, df
( all ooiumaitlcatWrns*o and of ,the oath of office wan administered at the then back again. On this! toll the bow To the Reliable firm of r
1 misery many. went under, and the steamer went down.
i 'I I II IMUIAK R1VRB.A.DVOOAXG, We do not want let 'Cuba capitol by Chief Justice Mabry. & CO.
war, eo The six men on the rafts were quite near A. O. GANDY
( I' .TlTewratbs.,.FM>*IDA. alone. After the ceremony, Gov. Bloxham delivered at the time, and they went down in the ,
1 a very eloquent Inaugural address vortex. The men in the dingy remained Merchandise Brokers and
which was loudly and enthusiastically In the vicinity for some time, but not a

Check et/o.f p""Y'be.m&de"' payable to Ona.itt.iCK ::DO YOU ADVERTISED? cheeied. The tenor of his speech head again appeared on the surface.
I 1I.WALTeapnM4eierandpr.prletort ) wall, that he would use his utmost endeavors Captain Murphy and his men then left Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants n
y ,. .. .. .. he to h'ok after the welfare at the the spot and rowed toward the coast. II
thinks
A merchant who "cannot state and induce capital W develop It. When the! dingy' leached the fist line

afford to support his 'town paper Guv. liloxham's speech was followedby of breakers it capsized, and I the four men 1O Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla. I

LONDON In iuonet\ry volume is events to us to be someblnglUke a salute of 17 guns which ended this struck out for shore.! Higglns was con- REFERENCES-State Hunk. of Florlila, Haher& Holmes, Raymond Oe Knight, Southern Ex; r..
i! :; .said to he worth '2.J times more I tbe man who "cut off hta,nose auspicious event. Six military companies siderably in the lead, but; wan seen to press Company,or any Railway Agent ol this city.
1 than Paris' : were present and the weather tumble when he leached the inside line
I f I to spoil
.. q', i merchant has something' ,to -sell, ,and ball was given In honor, of our new Montgomery reached the beach, they! i '

I Do s ox+ forgot the Tobacco Gon. but he does not think it worth I his and popular governor, and we regret I found Higgins/ lying; unconscious in the W. B.: DAWSO1T
I I' vent ion, that.takee place at Owiln ; while" let the people know what Invitation we were unable be to avail ourselves_of an sand. His head was bruised, and It is ,
to present. believed that he was thoroughly exhausted -
-a1)i Tue rlay'th' :a2th: inst. It "will he in his store. He 19'' not IIHI!
keeps From the that time Gov. Uloxham'snutne when he reached the inside line! Wholesale and RetaiHi" I CGI lit
>i>, I be a meeting of .great Interest to bidding for the people' patronage, was mentioned for governor the of breakers, and that the surf pitched C t.I .
the fllrll ers of'I bo:East: ,Coast. .It so another: "live" merchant stepsin ADVOCATE became his strong supporternot him to the bottom his head striking the
will to oust a thoughtover because we wanted any favo-ti!, but hard sand with sufficient force to knock e
I pa.y you and :takes his trade away.. In because from his excellent & MERCHANT; 41 rn
t tobacco.JcsTithroug.li previous record him senseless. WINE LIQUOR
the-growingof
: where is
: all towns a newspaper we thought him to be the right ,

I I published, every merchant should man for the place. The ADVOCATE does (pl e
I' I ,h.s< love of spont. advertise his business or profession not profess to be much of a political pa- Never fail: to read our inside pages and 01

M the "+oacfh" ,of lEnglanfl'a 'invincible =uhelps his business and,assists in per.office,ut we or out managed of office to glean; Oov.the Illoxhum fact that' You will always rind something to Interest 119 1 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. i build the ni .

: bOBte.rt'w, the (Lp8 ftde rill, hue the newspaper proprietor to hag ever been the idol of our people, you. l

I .come -to .the ;UJ\lhd Plaits to publish paper the mercbante.n who selected him to fill the highest; position . Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana o h'k
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,the In the state f in 1881, and again; they
,I -"enadli" Harvard crew K. C. not be ashamed of. It not only

1 1 Lehman the,name of IIlill great; lets townspeople, know that)he show by electing their' good him sense to serve and them appreciation In a like See These Prices Mexican and Florida Cigars. peen, (

,a ,caramon. .Bob'Cewlk, of Tale, will) is bidding for n share of their patronage capacity. Popular as have been many < S

I mow (have to ilcxik >out ifonhfat' j but it tells people] ut a distance governors, Florida: has never had a governor For 30 Days Only FINE FANCY Gll..OCER.IES.
I 'I'' ;luull 1e. ( that'the town in which you so universally popular an the one '
i who_--- wee iiiulullml In.-. the.--- ftt.nliVii nxiimi... WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goolls.rur t (
( ts
reside is and
I F a(prosperous one: ,
live chair Tuewlay. All hall to our chief. Price List Your Trade Solicited.If ofel
I QODV'fouC3' are a boon to ,any I composed "live" and energetic: May his. term of office be happy, peaceful Strictly First-Class Budded upon application. Jug

I ,8el'tJluollotn.r country 'nitroak, -! (business ,men. As the eeed 4s ( and prosperous one. Orange Trees 27.5O: per you wish to open an account you must give first-class city lefcronocs. KofiJn

>ing 'of good .roads Is the foretrunner -i own, so tine seed recompenses. -- .-
10O 1 without Regard to Va- all
J ,or prosperity. To make Merchants ,are frequently known

;good tvoadeJi, to ,cause business to: 'by their style of advertising, and STEAMER COMMODORE LOST. rieties. : : :

.,it is a good( rule to never pull down
'i revive, farmers to prosper, and'tourists New Fall Goods.
while Hoone's Early, Pineapple King, Parson c Her
shingle to
to visit -oeotion where .your you expect [Continued from; 2nd page] Brown, Tangerine, Majorico.,, Homa- oat
.would Edo business.' You think
they neiver go karl it not been may you rte
'fortlie good roads., .IXaytonaa'a are well known, hut when strangers Before leaving Daytona we were told seaMs, TardlfT St. Michael, Naval, bytIty

j MU,a. mmple. tune to a strange place, the mer('h* ored that a men raft,clinging with live to white it, was and Keen two col-otTshore Stai'k'Bouan Seedless, Ruby and Jaffa Blood, An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept in

that advertises is the that May etc.
ant man but the report was not!. true. The
will the trade. We cruiser Newark and the Triumph, Walton and Seedless Grape "General Stores "
.NlUclltolthe.church, life .laf the invariably get: Three Filetds : DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HATSr
Frill., Villa Franca Genoa and Blair ,
the all
(Indian River patrolled const day Monday, for ,
'towns no get a great manyradhtsmen
( present -day-especially in here during the winter.. several miles out, but saw nothing of the Sicily Lemons. Every tree guaranteed CLOTHING Etc.Our/ prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt In IllMffne
and.citlee-la l .
than raft the
nothing more or men.
Those ... .like other true to name. shipping. One can depend to get good value for Ills
VVJ l' an elevated form ,of club life./ people strangers Of the twenty-seven men who sailed ) ,
Jen ell, Waldo, and single freestone money. We Sell to Dealers
t, Cluta, -euoh AS the Y ')Ien'sI generally scan the local, papersto from Jacksonville a week or so agoVan only. naxtF
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I ung And where to their the steamer Commodore, only nineteen Peach Trees 4 to 0 feet, lOcts. .
Chrlntlim ttcsociatlon Christian buy supplies. borne "Special Bargains" In HATS UNDERWEAR SHIRTS CLOTHING Mr.
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are alive. Seven are either at the Japan Persimmons, Figs, Japan ,
I it Endeaaror? 'Sons( of.Godihe Iutggh bottom of the 8elor their bodies are Plums Hoses, etc. Suits and Single Pauls; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Absolute urilttl

tera of:.Zion, and .many ether e->mireligiutM 'ADVERTISE:' OUR STATE. strewn along the beach somewhere between Bargains. Call on or addre8sBENEDICT f Pal
Onnoud and New Smyrna. Add yeas he
+ gilds 'hare, to a certain -
extent, -supplanted, regular _er.r '.The.great inteeat which is being lid Cupl.not Murphy strike on states the positively St. Johns that bar he, GEO. H. WRIGHT, POLLAK & CO., !

ship of (Cod ./in
I r I'oltda.and the many convention bir. .
When asked about the he -- ---- .- i et9U
; .14r our. northern readers ,are and meetings which are being or pumps, said
i about to be held with view" that vessels. like the Commodore always JAMBS PJIITCHABD, President W. M. BROWN Vice-President
thinking paying a visit to tbe are a take In mote or less water in the engine New York Dental Parlors ; :
!1// East Cou t this winter, we shall to exploiting the varied resources luuin, and the pumps were frequently C. S. Schuyler Cashier. ill it

be glad Jf they will peruse the of this elute, would eeeru 1 to be the used on the run down the beach. Nditin

many' udwertiseoients, in the ADVOCATE precursor of an era of prosperitysuch l'aolltojo says that he is sure that INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Budlgan the engineer, was drunk, and nth
l for-e what as hag never yet been seen in
ff >? they purchase" tlutt Home time holing the night/ he must ,
they needelsewhere.' Those ad: our favarod corner of the world. hnuoiluft a. plug out lie nays that he
(Incorporated under the Laws of the State of r.olnl
Too little attention has been seasick and in his bunk Florida.)
C vertising in our columns are reliable -' paid wan ( when the
t merchants, so give/ them a'' in the past to the matter of ranking puln told him that the ship was leak. Authorized capital, $100,000 i se
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j I trial order. .knowiuto. the outtoide world the the ing.Cubans,lie /got on up boaid, !and, put having them! charge to work of Permanently Located.Nearly I r. --fa c-\"v :l Paid up capital, $25,000 gallnr

I ___.__ _...___ real prollllouieee of the. soil aided with buckets. opposite State (Hunk. of Florida. Average deposits, $160,000 ) !
I \ the almost climate At No. 1 iI 1 East Bay Street. r the
TIIR by I perfect of AIi\ Clans says that ho does not know her
, !: true test of a cauunuaity'ssentiments i
: and inclinations ie its Elorlrln! and-the many attractions from the any direct evidence what caused ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. -V" Transacts a General Banting lye
linking; of the ship. When I\IIktld If he
Ih
iI' nets, and to that test this controversy and advantages that our state can noticed!> whether or not the engineer Prices will, be as Follow, : I v
, was ....... .... Business. and onj
offer to the home-seeker. To a drunk, Mr. Crane replied that he dill bid Fillings .. .e 1.00&I\Jt '
may be safely referred by not other Fillings.... .. ,M)to 1.110( ) j his ser)
the south. It is well known that great mUll of,tlie people Florida is observe any Indication of intoxication Times.. .......... .... ... B(HI to 111.'ihl' tukotsivo
the south gives the Institutions a land lob abi'ed principally by Wlieujt. was evident to Capt. Murphy Full Sew(very best)... .. 12.UO to 13.00Iiipgularlties v Largest and Odest! Bank on the River i I t
negro venomous that the Commodore was loomed. he corrected. her.of .
t learning, opportunities of malarial geruig, snake ordered the lifobo.its launched. While Your patronage solicited.F. r Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries ti: I

kindness sympathy and genulue und moequitoe-s.of enormous magnitude tile first !boat was being loaded the second A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. a( to )
Does the north do and whiob, while enjoyable launched. These boats moved Phone 671. Jacksonville, Fla. DIRECTORS
good-will. nof
as J"" PRITCH ,
olT from the Commodore for Ann \V.11.BAItNETTTresliena( < .
much for the negro P We doubt enough in winter, (is in summer some distance of the National Bank of Jacksonville/ ), J.IIi
held
but lanterns
unfit for human habitation so that others DIIKKEB! (Vice-President National Bank Ii
whether they do, in such abundant\ totally could sue to embark In the third lifeboat ,Jacksonville), and W. M/ BKOWM.CORRESPONDENTS. '1 old

I measure, and In such a spirit ,of, The sooner the popular mind is This proved to be the fatal one. J. S. JOHNSON CO. M r., twitil
friendly regard. t disabused of these absurd aDd erroneous -.. It was launched with !great difficulty as y Seaboard National Dank of New York ands .'
ideas, lie-sooner will our Frank Grain In command, seemed to \atlonal Bank of Jacka cvillo. 20MIAMI z
Manufacturers of
population increase and the tide have lost bis bend completely. The sea '1" ".
was running high, and after three I'riTSVILLE FLA.. f
MANY of our callers ask why it attempts nixIon I
....Fishing
f lithe Titusville Town Council of immigration gradually swelltill\ it woe Unnlly launched In safety.; Supplies....
.can it becowes a vast and steadily recurring Tile Hist" two boats. rowed for the llght-( -
I not make property owners clear ,wave, by which the millions house, as soon M,,the men had embarked '
I their sidewalks of the In the third
weeds boat.
many
of acres of 'land hitherto
,I that grow in front of their real- useless J..r- The wind wa blowing a gale, the sea -
ing and uncultivated, (rill wan running high and the Commodore 4 4 Er
dances
I I''I, causing such n slovenly ap. become fertile held'!, and sources wan settling fust. Captain Murphy who .
I' pearaace to our streets ? We note 'ini hud fallen" from the deck and badly lu- Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope tl a
of in elite profit to the stat .. Pots
that .Marshal. Smith has been kept ?; Lured his light( mitt, saw that his gtlliMit: Corks Lends, Twines, Etc. Fishing
. t busy cleaning the streets of weeds Nothing can be done without SYli- ,.vessel. could not Uoat many mlniues Lines Tackle of every Description; Hooks, Town Lots Now Sale ] i )uom
Rods Sinkers .
this weak. Now, let our residents tematlc effort and persistent en. linger. lie cant the lead, and found fifteen Reels Baits, etc.TAKI'UX on *1or,
ar: TACKLE
A
deavor. A pa8modio( .utterance fathoms. of wa'er, just ninety feet. SPECIALTY.
follow his example, and make their lIe had worked .
now and again is not enough ; we the ship as near the Baltimore. l\Id.
r' i sidewalk look neat and clean. must let the outside world know iMueas ho possibly .could. With him A.
, Show some little energy and clean on the sinking vessel clinging; to whatever ; E. KINGSLEY General Agent For f tarthwith
what we have to offer theta and
I Uwalks.i they could Moil, stood Stephen ..J. II. MENSING. ,
. ,',, ,, ,up your keep the matter ever before their Crane. the novelist: C. I). Montgomery. .
- I eyes.- the e.x>k; and' Win.'Hlggins, oilei., ; TI e; Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle. : I ting
: ''i 1 THE New Tear ia with UIJ, eo get That (<"lnrll1a11<1 be made a captain. told the men to launch his Wholesale and Retail- t

l l J down to ll\lstues8 l and do not keep"croaking" self-supporting: state. is a fact that dingy When,to A small dingy;skill was only moved ten la short feet long distance .- COMMISSION MERCHANT CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY the r

; over dull times. Stop| I can no longer be ealled into .quPsJ. itMtay" tiraln's boat was seen tu ,
t 1 talking of hard. times ; it will not tion, and now that her people have fmindar and sink beneath the waves In all parts of the Town. C.1
. make them better, and It only dig learned, from sad experience: thatIt Captain Murphy shouted to the men III -) Dealer in (- Carefully Selected wife
the water Le swim buck. to the steamer, Fruit and Vegetable
courages your neighbor and rieoda is unsafe to trust entirely to the which they did. He then instructs Poultry Eggs! Butter, Fruit, Vcjtetble Lands on e hei

I Keep up your spirits, and "never orange crop for a living, it will cot. ,them to Improvise some sort of a raft. etc. Consignments: solicited. lin.IUi: Riyc.n.nd: T,
gay die" .Start anew with a determination be long before this desirable consummation They tied several movable pieces of tim Prompt and I honest. returns guaranteed. ::r Correspondence Btu13ia!lcnync. me of
to push Your businessfor I is reached. In b..r together, !and threw'the improvised Market: quotations ami stenrils furnished Solicited l from Actual Investors and Settlers. arefy
state
all it ia worth ; kwp your name: in the union can such a diversityof no overboard.for them The to captain junipoverboard.Alontgomery then garetbtturder o I on Newnun application.St., Main Office. Hotel Miami, MIAMI FLORIDA wbeat

ontinuoualy, before tbe public, and >crops be grown, nor can any :! WM in the stern of tbe ,
remember the old adage that state produce so many crops in one cmptala's dingy nod he held the end of Phone ;01)). JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

"while there is life there Js hope." The great desideratum is Tope, a* It was tie captain's purpose Reference: Mate Dank of Florida.
year. a to endeavor to tow the raft to the beach. FLORIDA
Also
i bear in mind that "advertising CHILL AND
' !Ie population to grow the crops and Day WM .u arly breaking when all WM FEVER TONIC.
, what steam Is to machinery develop the acres and acres of land reAdy. Tu men bent to the frail oars, 4 01, I
t -the grand propelling power." which are now given up to the raw. with the water within four Inches of the WA.I3.toc1.Minn: : : k.

Come out strong and bid for thepeople's boned and despondent-looking native Ideof the boat. Hut tie: critical position !. every section at once to sell staple Every Bottle Warranted to Cure any Case of Chills & Fever 1811 11achl
la which ., had
mea lyre placed ,
patronage. "Faint hearty cow, for whose special benefit goods to dealers; no peddling; experience:
robbed
never won fair lady." the wood arc buried off, and the of ono his of sense the.colored With ayes men on almost theraft month.unnecessary Salary; best and side expense.line. or$73.00 large a Or Money Refunded. y. SIon.

oil bereft of much of its natural bulging from their sockets said with awild commission _ad. Address, with 2 cent H. R. IJenae I
I Jhna.uo: to the Insurrection fertility, every year. and Insane expra> lon oa his face, stamp for sealed particulars\ Clifton Soap THOMAS .R.
In Cuba the London be i was' teeD to be stealthily drawing and IfanoXacturlatf: .; Company, Cincinnati Chemist and Druggist.
Spectator a The ant thing to be done, there I the Uoo that separated bins Iron the La
Ohio. Villa. she
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of Agricultureather of CApt. Kltcbing, WAS In port this week. ASK the 4dynpcptica
Department Eau Gallie. r co" n>
E. B. Williams & Co.
Our school bill 0\111 -..
Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. opened Monday morning t .uffcr.rm, victim of ,
with a very good attendance lever anil ague, the
Mrs.:! Thos. Barbour arrived last Saturday mercurial 1a..4
e folk wing Is a comparative tatet Mr. A. J. Keyes, of Ohio, Is expected and is occupying Lotus Lodge for how they re>
rainfall for the covered hvaltli' ,cnfer .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
and *
t of temperature here on Saturday, to hold a phonograph the season. Her friends are pleased to ful .pints. and Rood ...
: ending Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1807. entertainment that evening. note that she Is enjoying her usual fine .ppait.thev will tell
-1800- -1805MAX. health and and extend her a you by taking' SIMMONS
MIN. MAX. MIN. Winter tourists are beginning to ar spirits LlVkK Kl.OU- 65 South Broad St.. ATLANTA CA.
74 69 80 UU) rive. We noticed quite a number in our hearty welcome.The S LATOR.

73 70 CO 47 burg this week. Annie Laurie Capt. Oeo. W.
and Best Family 8'1ul O'lucHtlc 11'ruitM
FOJ.cign
The Cheapest purest : (. _
18!>7 18907ft Miss Amy Kitcliing returned home Hays, left on Monday for Jensen. Mr. Medicine In the World I

I 70 60 40 this week, after a prolonged/ stay with Hays will attend the meeting of the For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION, lann.dice.BillouiiHttackaSICKIIICAUACHtolla.
9 75 60 00 45 Mrs. Jarvis, of COCOA. Pineapple Growers' Association. ,
68 UenrpMion. of Spirit*, MOUIt l'I"JAlAlH.Hearlb"l"n : VEOKTAHLK8 I FHUITS IOranges
8 75 70 77 Chris\ Hoehs returned Tuesday from Tliia uiirivnlled remedy la
,
Capt. S. II. :Merrill Wm. McCoy C. etc. '
03 68\ 60w Str nlf Beans. ,
of
4 72 : visit to Miami. warranted not to contain a ainKle particle
6'' 00 60 03 41 F. Smith and Hy. Copperthlte arrived a MKKCUKV, or any mineral aubmance, but U Cauliflower.OkraCelery.: Banana,

the week 0:00 inches I Saturday, [I'ornVashlngtou., D. C., to Nenr A; Taylor have returned with PURELY VEGI5TA11LK, Grape Fruit
rainfall for : :
ptal from normal rainfall for the impend six weeks here, hunting and Ash- their lighter and well-driving machinery containing those Southern Roots anti Herb Cucumbers. Lemons,
rture
and will drive another well on the yard which an. all-wine Providence him placed in Tomatoes Limes,
r' t: minus 0.76 Inches. Departure Ing.C. countries where Liver UlnmHr most pievnll.
normal rainfall since January 1, Vl, Sherwood Is busily engaged makIng of G. F. Pitddison. It will cur. all I> ... e" caused by Derange* Bouts Cabbage Peaches,

Its 0.55 Inches. seats and desks for the school on Arthur Saeger and Forrest Hamer of m.nt The ol SYMPTOMS the I.lver sod of Liver llowel Complaint are a Squash Pineapples,
New Potatoes Strawberries
J. W. CRONK Observer. Sebastian river, five miles west of here Ankona were hero last week on the trim bitter or bad taste In the mouth; Pain In the ,
on the Sebastian aDd Clnclnoatus Ry. sloop Ankona. They came up to attend Back, hldcHor JnlntH often mistaken fur KlieumatlMtu Egg Plant, Grapes
5nur Stomach Lose of Appetite; Cocoiinuts
; ; Asparagus.
Arrivals at the Palm House this week the masquerade ball and the ball gameat Bowels olternutoly costive and l hot; Headache:

Banyan. areas follows: A. Clark and son, S. }. Melbourne. Loss of Memory: with a painful: nvnuutlon of
having,{: fallcil to itit imnirtnlnK which" I ought to
Gove, S. H. Merrill C. F. Smith: Wm. John McAllister spent :New Year's have been done; Debility; Low :o.plrU.blek
McCoy Hy. Coppertlilte. Day with his Eau Gallie friends, return- yellow "1>i>t>tiiiitHo of I ho Skin and Byes,, a dry
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in demand In this Cough often mistaken for Conminiptinn.Sometime G. G. SPRINGER
*n pickers are Mr. A. O. and Mr. \VV.. Russell, ing to Narrows on Saturday. many of tl\ Ity. I the dine-,,e, ut others very lewj but the l.iyuK'
the Sebimtl.in and Cincinnati
owners uf Station Agent F. O. Williams, of the in 1t"\'al1\'IIII', rat of the disease, and if not
Kate Stewart Is spending some I Farms are expected here shortly, to Inspect East: Coast Line, managed to find time KcmilKleil'lu. time, -real miffeiiuu, wretched .

f in Banyan with her sister Mrs. C.puder their railway, etc. from his railroad duties .at Tltusville to nefttt and DEAL M,will ena.esteemed... l'.raonsat'..>" Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
who Is 111 at her homed The following highly
very run down for the masquerade.Miss Liver KcKUlulonHen.
County Surveyor J. O. Fries returned to the virtue of Simmon
W. S. Holt, PieH.lia. S. W,. K. 1 It. *-o.i: Rev.
home, Tuesday, after an extended visitto : Julia Roberts, of Cocoa, was a J, R. "Folder. Perry, tin.; Col. K. K. Spiirkm Albany .
E Whitlock has returned from relatives at Orlando. Mr. Fries is guest of Mrs. C. L. Taylor over New lltt.| C. blast ersun,K.q.,Sheriff, UibbC*,

tenay, where he has been spending preparing to make a trip with a partyof Year's Day, having come down to participate (ra."\. hon.. hate Alexander tented its II virtue. KtvphenH.V ", personally. and I ICE AND
fetmas. lie reports having enjoyed northern men, into the Everglades as in the masquerade ball. know that for Dyspepsia, liUioimnesn and _
|islt very much. far as Lake Okeecliobeo. Throbbing IIcii Jurlie it in the bent medicine the _
Messrs. Ainsworth and Ives are having world ever,,,,w. We tried forty other remedies
UHS Cellle Same, accompanied by her a boat-house built\ on Eau Gallie river. before Simmons I.I ver KeRii lator,but none Rave

i her, J. D. Sams came down from Rockledge. J. F. Smith is doing the work. un more not than only temporary relieved,rehef but cured; but the...a."Kvgulucr -ED.- Distilled Water

1 tenay on Sunday last. Miss Sams '}'\iLb.C: RAI'11 ANn WU3SKN.b.K.: : Mucull, Ua.mNUKACIUHKI .
the Assessor J. F. Wooten came down last
ened her school on Monday, ) ONLY BY
t Dbt. Hubert J. Magruder, of Oak Hill was Friday with the town tax books. Mr. J. H. 2LILIN a CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.
of his visiting; his parents at this place Thursday MV. must have heard I about our having Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
J. Mathers has sold one
( and Friday. shelled aU'olltll. for he brought his toiler
>I la<5 sat Tropic containing about two skates with him. Ollmon.
,nd one-half acres, to a Mr. Clark from J, Mlddleby of Boston a wealthy FACTOllIKSCocoa
,he-north' for $liOO. Mr. Clark will winter resident of City Point, was in hev. H. M. Prince, In the absenceof Q. Gibson him returned from MH holiday :and West Palm Bench.

>+ulld a winter home. town Wednesday. the Methodist minister held] divine vacation, and! is again/ In charge) of
service last Sunday morning at the Baptist and blhl
t Vnyan Is situated near the south end Capt. Tony Canova left Tuesday in Ms church. He will piuauh to the Baptist the pumpingstation o.

hat far-famed tropical Merritts Is- naphtha launch Anita, for Biscayne ;. congregation next Sunday, the 10th The public\ dock Is almost flnUlitxl,

1, on the Indian River, in the centrene Bay, where he expect to remain for the lust., at 11 a. in. and I 7 p. iu. and will bo a great convenience, as landing SEEDSGARDEN andjflELDSEEDJSL
of the greatest mid-winter vegegrowing winter at the depot, especially\ during aneither
The Board of aldermen held their
(- sections in the world. was quite difficult.
Miss Robina Ilentz after spending the regular monthly meeting last Saturday:
small packing house on Dr. Welles' holidays with relatives here, left for evening, the only business of importance The rabbits are doing cotinldontblo
e was burned down on Tuesday i Eden Monday again to take up her being the acceptance of the town tax damage to the young tomato plants In I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-
lit of last week, through the ciirelesHI duties as school inarm In that agreeably books. some places.Mr. ; .

I a colored man in leaving an oile I' pleasant and aristocratic neighborhood. and, Mrs. Jno. bode of Mot class SEEDS in the State
| burning/ In It, while he went to the Mr. and Mrs.: Claude Olmstead came ..._-
office. Robert Harper lost several Harry Eyer must have some new attraction up from Ankona to spend New Year's bourne, were the honoroil guests of !Mr

rod pounds of fertilizer. The dam- for the tourists each year, and Day with )[1'. and Mrs. Jos. Krynn, Mrs. and Mrs. Moore on New Year's day. SOT: SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering lnowher All Seeds tested!
: now it Is a rustic structure, of logs just Olmstend's Mr. Olmstead left before sent out.
[ all told, will probably reach $40. parents. Erulldouno Inn in now open and fully
north of his 'curiosity shop behind for home, Monday, leaving his wife quipped for entertainment guests L. CAMERON Seedsman,
the walls of which will be exhibited all to her visit. 125 East St. ,,
prolong Since Jnnnnry 1st tlio following arrivals Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA
KOCKLEDGE STORE has the manner, of wild and creeping things.
? the East Let me advise you to begin the new are noted : C. F. Conkllng, Melbourne;
of
nest display goods along Although the Hotel Indian River is \V. TowuHond and wife, Chicago; J,
by subscribing to a good, live
is large and year "
loast. Our assortment so with not formerly open for the reception of county papel.-the INDIAN KIVKK Ai>voCATK. L. Juoobn, JnckHi-nvllle; J. 1). Mllln. ,
I'led. that we can supply you it is entertaining the following\ Mrs. Walter Goode Melbourne. A Fertilizer for Fruit.
ytblng you need. We make a speclty guests, It costs less than three cents per c./
of New Yorkers: Mr. and
pleasant party
week Included. Subscriptionblanks
| of supplying yachting parties. postage The Liuinch Spartan' brought/ the following
and child and Dr.
MI'Vm. Bradley ,
will\ be found in Mr. Olmstead'sstore. on Tuexdiiy: .loliu liroomhoad,

PAXTON & HATCH Kockledge. J. M. Campbell. If you are already a subscriber wouhi 1 wife and two norm, Atlanta UIJ.; A. : '-' ": .: -. .' --- "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer"'
Mr. and Mrs. Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. perhaps you have some ti'lend who Gilbert( Mrs. Sweet, Eau. Gallic; Mm. C.

Fort Pierce. Newcomb of Eden came up by private be pleased to read the news of the In- Ainsworth, \. H. Turner, Grand Rapids, ZC?rlooGUAIIANTKKI: 'S S.Oo Per Ton.: ,
boat Friday and were anchored at the dian River country. Mich; E. S. Knndull, Boston; 1-'. K.Suevy :.

"' Plaza dock for some days., Mr. and Mrs. TilE MASQUERADE BALL. Eden, ; Capt. Nlsbott and wife, ) ANALYSIS :........

'f,) There Is to be a phonograph exhibition Harris are not strangers in Rockledge'; Eau Oallle. Moisture " H" .8 tol() Per Cent.,,

next Friday' at the school house. having spent a winter here two or three the The ante-rooms Casino building Thursday was night crowded a week to Mr, and Mrs. Townsend and Mm. R. .. ", . .")Ii to II(I II II

>,jMr. Hall of New York, who has been years ago. ago, on the occasion of the New Year's W. Gooile were (guests of I, C. Moore\ riioRphorlu Acid . .6 to .0, II

"burning at the Fort Pierce hotel, left Mr. H. J. Smith sped away to the flsh-. masquerade ball. Townspeople turned on n delightful trip on his launch the Potash (Actual). . ,. H", ".. ,U to 8 II "
Palm Beach Inn, Monday.he of the lower river last Tuesday Tartar 11 miles the San Sebastian
lug grounds out and well-known fnceswel'e up
en masse, many Made exclusively from Bilglit/ Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bon'
In his launch accompanied by his river on Wednesday. All usual. they
,
schooner Queen Is now In port. present from towns all along the I Dissolved Phosphate Kino round Tobauno Stums( and bulphate of Potash.jar" .
il she did not to Davy Jones'ier sons, Amsy, Lester and Clarence. They liver. A long and varied dance pro worn filled with wonder and admiration
go; : Write for dlreotlnns for using/ and further particulars' ; also ask for
returned Friday having had a very at the loveliness of this most beautifulof
as was reported. gramme was offered and heartily indulged copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a lingo stuck of all Fvrtlllzor

ittle cold Wednesday morning; pleasant outing. in, the music by Prof. Krueger Florida. spots. Material, Cotton Sued: Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Wrlto for prices bo-
enough to snap make chopping wood a The Western Union operator, P. Collins being all that could be desired. Duringthe / fore buying. Wo seek the growers trade direct
Irksome of Nttw York reached here last intermission' a supper was served; Tile Shelling of Kan GallleN
instead of the usual
sure, Thursday, and b holding forth alone at and a quartette rendered, by A. R. and 11. WILSON & TOOMER
[* U. Hodgson A. J. Gilbert and Geo. fcS. NtrrctH."
the station! no agent having yet been ,
The Fertilizer House of Florida
Suite a number of our citizens left sent In by the ralh'oad company. Mr. Andrews, wits heaitlly applauded.The .

pHil.iy night for Jensen to Attend the Collins has served In this capacity for large number present made It EAU GAI.MK, FLA., Jan 7, '1)7.Killlnr ) Jacksonville Fla.Frecl'k. .
feting of the Pineapple Growers' As- several consecutive winters and is, AS almost I Impossible to get time character

atlon. usual, domiciled at White's Cottage. portrayed' by each! guest, but among! A/I"IfnDear

Ir. Trescar, the Methodist minister S. II. Peck, the enterprising managerof those most prominent were noticed : Sir:-In hmt wook'n issue your
Mrs. Geo. S. Andrews, Quakeress; Miss
ointecl for this section preached two, the Plaza, has recently had a handsome Maud Taylor, lishermalden; Miss I'lor- Eau' Gallio correspondent baM a good S. Morse

> sermons last Sunday to large con- folder Issued descriptive of the tiuce Hodgson, Flora Mrs. H. D. Brown deal to nay about the untioccHsary delayIn xx
;; of
the
: slielllng the streets, on part
It contains
jatior.s.nr hotel and Its surroundings. .
nursemaid; Mrs \Y. J. Nesbltt, sunflower committee. ,
the street
school progressing nicely, un- some sulking illustrations from photographs ; Miss Annie Paddlson, (lower girl;
the trouble to Inform
taken
had
If lie
which will surely captivate the REAZI:: :: EsT.ATE: :
the able management: J. N. Hodge, Miss Laura Houston peasant girl; Miss himself he would, have found that the ,
whose hands it .
h an enrollment of forty pupils, and eye of the tourist Into Bessie Houston Japanese Indy; Mrs. street committee were doing; the I work All

Ay average attendance/ of thirty-six. falls.The Ueo. Hanna, lady' of 1870! ; Mrs. George flint clrcnmntnnooH would permit ROIl :MIAMI: : :" Dad.o 0<:>., I'LOItIn1i.:
.
V Hodge is a very efficient teacher, finishing/ touches are being put Gluason, Spanish /flower /glil: Mis. Gilbirt that. the del.iy was not unncccunnVy.
and our town is fortunate in securing upon the addition of the New Uockledge. ancient laity; Miss M. G. Gllbel.t.Indy Such items do no good, to the community
his services, especially in giving the 1 lit- The office, which has been enlarged by of IrtfO; Miss Anna Roberts, school and only nerve to create wrong AGENT FOR LANDS OF -.-----

tl ots a right start. about one-half Is a marvel of neatness. Smith Miss Julia Robeits, mask; Mrs. Impression abroad.If .

ere Is to be a "Spelling Bee" at the and beauty; and the sleeping apart- : I I, school girl; Mrs. A. W. !Sweet: your correspondent would contrib Florida' East Coast Hull way Company,

ool house Friday week, which prom- ments, six in number, are first-class In lady of the court; Miss L. J. Kennedy ute toward the work, Homcthlng more Florida Coast IJno Canal &: Transportation' Company
inasmuch lot oivn all their appointments."Four Red Riding Hood ; Mrs. 1\lcJntyrll, night; substantial than talk, the work might
I to bo amusing/ as a Miss Lucy Robinson, Quakerness; Miss Boston & Florid Atlantic Coast Land Company.
folks will take part with the not back-the progress fimtor.;
things com
Lena Roosch Little Miss .. ,
Bo-Peep .
t ; next
the odds greatly Kindly give this apace In your -
ol children being the
spoken word the spent arrow
past Helen Miller night Miss JiMslo Miller
; ,
/ ftvor of the children an the days of life the neglected opportunity" Usuc. Yours truly,
maskIrs..
Kith
Hodgson
I';old blue-backed speller is stowed better to think of and profit by this dame; Ernest Taylor, cavalier, ; century Goo. S. G. F.'fro'\II.I'AnnisoN Street' Com. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

way In the almost forgotten past Iruelsm In the mornlnKtlde: of the New Andrews, friar; C. Jensen, knife grinder,; '
i the most of us. Year than to reflect In sadness upon it atanluy Jones, West Point cadet Henry
; f ( llE.-ibutl': Estate and Ix...n..
Irretrievable close. OOODK A )" '
at.the year's Casper, Uncle Sam; Geo.W. Hays. clown; Agent for "" :tll... l London. and I.lv"rinril|+ and m. 15VILOW" G*ron'1: 1.\ISana50r.: :
If you need any job printing we The following students, returned to A. A. Jo'OI'd. Aunt Dinah: W. K.Tomtms, irk,,"".and Inuierlul. Fire Irisiirnnce.. Hp el..l (LATE CHAPMAN it HUULOW.)
I be pleased to get a share of it. their respective college the past week, Aunt Chloe; A. H. Hodgson Hollander; attention. |,ialU o, the Interests of non real-

having much enjoyed their short free- H. U. Hodgson, Romeo; J. E. M. [[od/ot-/ dentil.HOTKl. South Jacksonville Florida.

Vero. dom from scholastic duties: Miss Myra son, Scotch Highlander; Forrest Haeger, CARLETON, MKLllOirilNR: FLA.lliiHiitirullv .-
Williams, to Winter 1'aik; Rupert Paxton Spanish: buccaneer; Geo. lamer, young MtiiuUiil" on a high bluff, over- MANUFACTURER OF -
to Gainesville; A. and L. cmith, to America; J. A. Gilbert premirrtdiintfniif looklnithrIndian River. 1t'lrot.-cI. auvoiuHiiHlatlona -
Shares and Clarence de ballet J. J. Goode Sir Walter ,and mt. <"i mni inHlilM.K. and
IKY AND SwEET POTATOES FOR SALE. Poughkeepsie; Horace !: corps ; KOHK11THON: Proprietor FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges
Cooke to New Haven. lUlelgh; F. O. Williams, jockey; U. U. ,
loney, SOcts. per gaL 5 gal. cans. Gleason, old-time gentleman; A. A.
potatoes, :91.01) per cwt., f. o. b. A. W. Cockrell jr., of Jacksonville, Near; lath century gentleman: ; John PRIVATE IM ARI INJ IIOir K-The: llmiilall
.. ... Fountain HulithU.. Mill hour tie. In "Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
lunch or vlneless yams, for seed by who in agent for the Spratt grove, at Wynn colored sport; Capt. W. H. McIntyre now" ".,.'on 0\0 the imlillii lair ternm. addrnmiMIM. ,
7' mail, ISlbs., 2lbs. lor Me! post paid; City Point was In that neighborhoodthe Irish clown; S. Martin, sailor It. W. (1UOUK.
' :f1.OO per bush., f. 0. b.; cash with past week and gave full permission road boy; S. K. Watts darkey; T. E. Burns. Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also
orders. for the passage of tile proposed lone fisherman; Dr. II. D. Brown, mask;
H. T. GIFFORD, Vero Fla. through that grove along the river W. J. Nesbirtcavalier. Tho ramo-Ll: & :EJard.-TI.n:1o&: : : : I3rarid.

front. Ills objection has been for years Among the Interested onlookers, who HOTEL MELBOURNE Ammonia. 4 ton per cent !
iharlea and Ruby Gifford spent Sun- a stumbling block in the way of openingup did not mask, and consequently could Available, 1'lios. Acid.. ,II to H per cent [ Par *2rJ.OO; Per Ton..
friend In Toledo.
with
this driveway, and now those who not go upon the floor until after supper, ---.-. Potash K 0..U to 7 per cent )
I'll. F. C. Prange and son, Carl are have worked and waited so long beginto were : Mr.I and Mrs. S. F. Gibbs, Mrs.R. Highest. Commercial Value given our brands In the lust Bulletin Writ for

v }ting frleadAat Fort Fierce.J. feel an If tbelr tropes will soon be W. Goode Mrs.' W. Jo:. Irwin and MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. Prlws. Order for 2 tons And for our brand. will be delivered free .t all

O'Brien has gone to Sebastian realized.G. Editor E. D. Oslin, of Melbourne; Mr freight charges to any railroad I depot on the East Const at catalogue prices, until

I the rest of the season to do garden- D. Smith at the New Uockledge, and Mrs. C. L. Casper, of Tropic; Mr. Open all the year round flood Fishing further notice.DUREN.

has Invented an ingenious/: device for and Mrs. David Bryan Mr. and Mrs. W. ,, '-
Rates -
catching small mullet, for bait. He H. IIunn, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Trtutler; Hunting and l YadtI nlC. -- -- -

JT. C. Will ey la at work In Eau Gallle straightened six or fight large fish books Mr. and }IIR. Chiudo Olmxtead, of An $3.50: and upwards. & FEASTER.
wife's brother having charge of his and attached them at stated distances kona; Mr. and }f rM. Chan. II. Merrill, of .....

ce here. to the end of a pine tick about three Tropic; Mrs.. Amelia Valentine ROIl Mrs. Proprietress' MKH. C. J. HKCTOI':

T. Gifford set out several banana feet long with a long cord attached to Knox of Tillman; Misses Gertrude and GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and

ats on the 20th of last June and theyare the other; this he uses as an arrow having Kate Bryan, Nr Kitchell and the Misses K.tabll.hcil 11I"3 ,

bearing nice, large; bunches oft a bow of proper size to go with It. Kitchel), Henry Olmstead, John McAllister : Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass, and Tinware.
( which are halt matured. Who If the mullet are around Mr. Smith Insure Wm. It Roesch: M. G. Sapp; Mrs.J. L. BARBOT & CO. Your patronage Solicited

I beat that f to get them once he was seen to B. Tombes, of Ashtabula 0.; Mr. and TITUSVILLE FLOIUDA.Real .
capture three at one ihot. Mrs. Perry Smith, of Zanesvllle, 0.; Mr.

Robinson of Kdeo; and many other General Commission. .
Sebastian. Dancing wait continued until a late '
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of FishIng hour and all present. concurred In pronouncing N Estate /
Tackle ever brought to Indian the affair most satisfactory and b3

northerly winds prevailed this River at the Rock:ledge store. Do not enjoyable, expressing: the hope that the a q Q c o ra .ca !a w

V aol fail to call and examine this floe stock. same management would. inaugurate a ""'" :f o 9 o ;:s !f :i is. ..; WILL s. THOA: .( :AlS>i;,
PAXTOS fc: HATCH, Uockledge. like one before the end of the season. .-
lisa Mattie Braddock returned home A-- ;;;: -.s..s3 .sI 'loric1n.
i school this week. Miami, DDetdo: 0<:>., :I : :

Dealer In choice lands on Biscayne Bay; Residence properties and tarn land
.. S. T. Cove delivered two good Store For Rent. Roseland. 329 &. 331 Poydras St., at Miami Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of 20 acres Bay froaRa .

ons to car citizens on Sunday Uat. -For rent, a twostory"store- on best NEW ORLEANS, LA. property at Cocoanut Orota for ,OOO; Fine residence at Cocoanut Orove, $",WOL.

R. Harde visited friend at Eden bnilneaa comer in TltiMvllle. For particulars Cot II. D. Ruffner recently. killed an (anal Bank.Metropolitan. Lot at Cocoanut Grove from f 100 upward Light!: / acre of land at Bases Vl t..

.I Jensen this week ,ol qulre of eagle which measured (I fact from tip to I tErzaltxcn I( Bank. for M25.0O.: Business block In Miami, lot 100150, with houses bringing rental oti

fhe schooner Merchant, In command 3. MARION Dntoir: TltusvlTle FU tip. lIo has had It stuffed by Mr. W. CoIDmenIaI.A.ancl... '75 monthly, Insurance paid np for one year, for $3,000:

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I\ PERSONALITIES. The word purple frequently men- TWO PAPERS FOR ONE r

SPECIFIC tioned in the Scriptures in connection l>>lUCI \

Thomas Znkansai of Baltimore wia with flue linen is by some commentators M

I recently driven insane by a fire in his FOR SCROFULA."Since supposed to mean silk' An Opportunity to Get the "In-

I Suetonius that long before his
house says
dian River Advocate" and g.: ky, IJ MIN.
I Occupying very nearly the first rank childhood 1 have been time silken cocoons were brought from the Florida Citizen Together 1

among the cricketers of England thin afflicted with scrofulous boils and India to Greece and the product was Reduced

season ii an Indian priuce named Ran- sores which caused me terrible unwound spun and woven by the Greek at a Greatly

: Jlt lnhjL Buffering: Physicians were unable women. Kate.- 7

Ii Mary Marks colored who resides in to help me, and 1 only grew worse The Telea. polyphemns the best The Florida Citizen la now one of the B44

f Brenham Tex., wan born in the West under their care. known species of American silkworm most complete newspapers in the United

Indies in 1770 and is therefore 130 At length I beganto feeds readily on the leaves of the oak, States outside of the great metropolitan 4, %:/4 1 1I

l I I year old. takeAVER'S maple mulberry willow, elm and several centers. Its type are set entirely by
other trees. and its is done on
printing
I 10. The emir of Afghanistan is haying a machinery, and I J".
1 1 one of Hue's large presses. Steam ,
,
't
gold coin struck commemorate his BIt.I :
used and tele-
electric power both are I &'.11)
I sumption of his new title, "The Light Lnckj: JDelaj.: graph wires are carried directly into the (r -
I of the World." Sarsaparilla and material Is employedIn
office. The best of
I The author of "Three In
Gringos
very soon grew bet. and most of the
Prince Oscar Bernadotte, the second every department "
Venezuela and Central America"
son of the present king of Sweden and ter. After using the uncertainties of speaks members of the force are old and ex- 1 \
vividly govern- of the
half a dozen bottles perienced journalists. The news
t .H Norway has a Sunday school for the
ment in Central
America where one world is obtained from the Associated
; .j children of the higher classes. I was completely revolution is than another from
no sooner over Press, and that of the State repre- _
+11 Stuart Rob on. the actor wa a page cured so that have not had a boil is likely to begin. One sight which sentatives stationed in every Importanttown.

in the national house of representative or pimple! on any Part.0! my body gave him a clear idea of such nps and The greatest care is taken to obtain "1t

before the war. .Jefferson Davis and for the last twelve years. I can downs of fortune was an open grave by correct reports and to avoid false

,' cone of the other southern leaden were cordially recommend Ayer's Sarsaparilla the roadside which had been dug by and sensational rumors. Particulars unfit of (t

I lit sponsor as the very best blood-purifter the man who was to have occupied it. low criminalities and other excluded.matter In
for household reading are
: Mr. Sidney Cooper, the veteran English in existence."- G. T. HKINHART, The man had been captured with two Democratic
the Is soundly ,
politics
Royal academician has just at. Myeraville, Texas.AYERS. comrades while they were hastening to following the paper principles laid down by SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES !

1 tained hi* ninety-third birthday. This rejoin their friends of the government Andrew Jackson, and refusing to lend
I' autumn be personally superintended the party. Ills companions in misery thought Itself to temporary crazes and schemes Flneftt Culnlne and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

ingathering of his hop it mattered little so long as they had to for private advantage. The Daily Citi- The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I I"Comanche"

die in what fashion they were buried. zen is believed to have a larger circula- "
"Cherokee
John Endioott of Beverly Mass, ii (new) "Algonquin "Iroqnois $einIn01G.
south .
the So they scooped out a few feet of earth tion than any other daily journal ,
of fatuous
I I the onl.Uving eyewitness with the tools their of Atlanta and east of New Orleans. fi');,
North-Bound.
them
I THE ONLY WORLD'S TAtB'Sarsaparilla captors gave ;
engagement of 1818 between the ill -U 'The subscription price! of the Weekly
stood in these hollows and shot sail to the tide
up were Steamers are appointed to according
fated Chesapeake and tho Shannon. Heia back into them dead but the third man Citizen I U $1 a year, and that of the From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays :'Tuesdays and'I1lt1nI"'it, } :
I almost 100 years old. Daily Citizen $8. We will supply the From CHARLESTON.( 8. C.. Monday., Wednemfaj. and i'rI'b\' ,\"'
declared he was not going to let his and the Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston. dally Aspen, "
ADVOCATK For hour of nailing' see "Clyde !
Although the salary of the king of AletICberry: Pectoral! cures Coughs\ and Colds INDIAN HIVE
body lie so near the surface and he accordingly 1 Weekly Citizen together for 2.00, or the South-Bound. 't'''

I Greece of the president is four timed of the greater United than States that it __________ _d __ ______ _____ !;!; dug carefully to the depth of INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the Dally Steamer are appointed to sail from IMer 28 Esat River, New York !at 8 m. as follow" |f'*"
six feet the sides of the A of MondaysWedneedaye and
smoothing Citizen for 800. specimen copy ForCBAitLRSTO5S.C.: JrliU.
I ia said to be smaller than that of any grave and sharpening the corners 1 either the Daily or the Weekly Citizencan b JACKSONVILLE, )'\-A.,(culling at Charleston. ), Mondays, Wednesdays and 'rldl'' \ .

other European monarch. STAGE GLINTS. While be was thus engaged at the be obtained by sending a postal card .l I ;

George Vanderbilt is toaster of eight bottom of the hole he heard yells and to the office of the Citizon Jacksonville,
Charles JEL Meltzer is at work
on a
< t languages-French, English German, play for Georgia Ouyvaii. shots above him and when be poked Florida. Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

Italian, Spanish, Latin ancient and his head up over the edge of the graveit .
; ( I modern Grenk and has tolerable Maud Hoffman has been added to DE ISAKY LINE)
a acquaintance was to see his own troops running (
Have You Any Vegetables or
with Hebrew and Sanskrit. Augnatin Daly's stock company.Fay down the mountain side and his ene- The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer

Governor Sanglnes of Lower Call- Templeton ia mentioned as one of mies disappearing before them. Poultry For Sale ? CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

fornia baa been presented/ by the Ibarra the east of "Jack and the Beanstalk" He is still alive and frequently rides -' CAFT. W. A. BHAW.

j Mining company with a handsome gold Mrs. Patrick Campbell of London is past the hole in the roadside on his Supt. C. B. Knott, of the Florida East Is appointed to nail as follow t '.'
medal made from the stolen $13,000 likely to make a starring tour of Amer. way to the capitaLA Coast Hotel System, requests that truck Leaves Jacksonville, 3:JO p in, Sunday., Tuesdays and Saturdays for ratal
Knteilrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St.John 8 River.
the East Const Sanford
bar that he was so largely instrumental ica next season.Robert and poultry men along Leaves Sanford 9.00a.II1., Monday. Wednesday.and Saturday.for Jackeom'Ille.
the
communicate with him during season
in recovering- Hilliard having made a hit Slave to Custom. stating what they have for sale and

The oldest qncon in Europe, the queen in "The Mummy" will use that play "You have been 80 years in the public quoting, prices, as he has established a SOUTH IIOUNl SCHEDULE. NORTH' Read Bat.?

of Denmark recently attained her seventyninth for the whole of the BORllon.I service and are rich and independent. purchasing department for vegetables, Read down. .. ..................... Arrive III'
Leave 8.30--p: m. ............:.......... J.U'koonvllle. : 3.30 a.
birthday. She is a princess I Blanche Walsh is in New York. lIer Tell me, judge why do you not poultry, eggs, etc. 8.46 p. m. ........ .... ................Palatka.......... ..... .... ,... Leave.. 9.10 p.
of Hesae-Oaaaol and married the present ; remarks about Nat Goodwin' retire on a pension?" .. SAO a. m. ........ ... ... ........ .. ABtur... ............... ....... .... 3.00 p,
t tour in .. 4.30 a. m. .........................8t. Francl........................ .... I.30L
king of Denmark who is her senior bya Australia are not flattering. "Because if I should do that I would 5.30 a. m. ... ..... .. ......... lIere ford........ ..........;........ 2.00 DI
few months" in 1848. not get my annual vacationFliegende -Do you ever !get:: chills and fever? 8.00 a. m........................:Blue: Sprlnga.. ........................ U.30 a.
I The effects of "An Innocent Sinner"were of Thomas' (Jacksonville Arrive 8J1O a. m. ............... ......... .Ranlord. ...... .... .......... .... POOL
bottle
Jesse James Jr., has jnst declined a attached in Washington. Lillian Blatter. If so, try a 9.26 a. m. .......... .... ...........Enterprise.. ........ .............. 9.30E
., proposition to go upon the stage.; Since Lewis has decided to drop the play. Peacemaker.. Guarantees) Florida to cure Chill with fc one Fever bottle.Tonic. ..... ...... ... ..... ........80. Railroad Wharf (BanfOr )............................12 O P.Gen'l .\,

tile death of Jesse James his
family
consisting of his wife, his daughter and Gertrude Dial a daughter of the late Mrs. Newed-Well, you can't say Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvllh'
i Rudolph Dial of Koster & Bial was recently that I didn't oil on the troubled
t hit has been in Kansas pour .
son, living quietly -
married to Bioudi whose work I
I waters. Why will you buy bitter nauseating '
i City. is similar to Fregoli's.Sandow's Mr. Hewed-Oh, not 1 The only trouble tonics when Groves Tasteless Chill J.A.LESLIE,Supt. Jso. L.HOWARD. Fla. Fit Agt. F. M.lao1'MOlCoER.JR., Fla, '
I Fran Cosima! baa received JACKSONVILLE, FLA. rio..Af''
Wagner "Olympia" has followedProctor's was that you put a match to it after- Tonic Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. 'I'TREO.
from the king of Wurtemburg the gold road retirement ward.-Truth. Your druggist is authorized to refund G.Eoonn T. M, A.J Cot, General PaB.enlterAltent.( M. H. CLYDE, ,f! '
medal of the Order of ,the Crown to company the money in every case where It falls to S BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK. ,,1,1TVM. iiH: I
Vaudeville attractions at first class P. CLYDE & CO., General Agent, "
mark the twentieth anniversary of the Inspiration. cure. Price, 50 cents. 23-10-07 5-
production of "Der Ring des NibelunZen" houses seem to be dethroned. S Bowling GreenNew York. 111 So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphi '.(

at Balreotb.I Aubrey Bonoicuult gave up hia stage f
I' career in Chicago one night, at least BO
MEN OR
I Since Prince Max of has "t X TTTANTED-FAITHFUL
: Saxony been he said. Two week\ later be was at VV women to travel for responsible 1IA.LLORYSTEA1ISHIP t
to St. Boniface in ] LINE.t
assigned Whitechttpo
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work
again in a New York theater. I established house in Florida. Salary
a great change has come over the congregation 11
$780 and expenses. Position permanent. 1
rich tuft hunters from the Reference. Enclose' self-addressed
West End out the Florida, New York, j
crowding poor among PRETTY TRIFLES. stamped envelope. The National Star

i whom the prince is trying to work. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2i>,07 Philadelphia and Boston,
There are dome exceedingly pretty
| ITEMS OF INTEREST. Canldon and iliutou china candlesticks C Sailing from Brunswick, Ga., direct to New York j \

in the nhopH.Silver. -Samples of "Paintoft" may be had PASSENGER SERVICE. { ,

: i Thirty-five million human beings die hut markers, on which to engrave at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge. Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "AI'f:

: every year.Statistics. the name are provided for men. RAIL'F.C.@P.R.R., onThurniayonly,4:00p.rn.: Arn"i,,"\
Brunswick 7:M I'. m. Passengers going at once on lion
show that the longest lived I Belt buckles of r.unsiun silver with Bteainer. '

people havo generally been those who I their varicolored enamel decorations" Ll/tT KA g a g. Through car without transfer Jacksonville to Bnin"'''

made breakfast the principal meal of are in grout demand. RUBBER ITAMPS WHY NOT HAVE YOU,' PROPOSE SAILINGS

tho day. A conspicuous feature in the leather WORK DONE BY: QUICKCHEAPANQARELIABL Lv.New York Pier 21 E.R.,3.30.d.: m, Standard Time.) Lv. Bnmmtii

I Belgium the most thickly settled goods department are bags, tl tlBRA55 Friday, Oct. 9.......... ..................COLORADO...............,...... ......Friday Oct
I purses Dick (Yale 97)-Come) on, Jack; Friday, Oct. 1616..RIO GRANDE............... .......... Friday <><'t.
country in Europe Is also tho most Intemperate belts ciirdciiBi'S and l kindred articles don't stand there all day watching that FIRM. STEEL DIES.WASEALS. > Friday, Oot, 23..............................COLORADO.... ................ ...Friday, ((
I according to Bonn's latest made of water snake skin. .MASS CHECKS Friday. Oct, HO.....,,.....,.,..,............RIO ORANDE....... ..... ...... .....Friday N",
compiled tables of statistics. brutal dog fight Friday, Nov. 6..... ........................COLORADO........ ........ ........ ...Friday >>or.
t Silver grape scissors and grape fingersare Jack Halfback (exoitedl-IIold) on, TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE
For Itenerallnf"rmatlon steamer trains rate. eta. apply to any railroad agent or to
Barely 63 per cent of the household. in order. The first suipH the fruit Dick ; wait a Jiffy I I'm getting an inspiration STEEL sraa4esima'p BIGGEST PLAN A.P. MURPHY Agent: 'ernandlnala.. Cf1AS. lSAVIES!I. Agent 220! W.Hay St.Jackaonvlljt
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; ors of London take. uioruiiig newspaper from the cluster tho second picks it up for a new college yelLNewYork .eA H. H. RAYMOND: General Southern Agent: ,Brunswick Ga.
". 69 per cent take either. morning and conveys it to the mouth of the luxurious Sunday World. 4M nYAg IN THE SOUTH C. H.lIIALI.OItY.General Agent>ler 20, E. River, and Broadway N. Y.

f or evening newspaper and 81 per cent person who puts it.

purchase ueithe% There is quite a fad at present for ., __ : '
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The' Chinese emperor has his dominion wearing a fine gold neck chuiii with a FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY;

acknowledged; over 4,318,000 single gem pendant. The gem, of
square miles of the earth's surface a be %
course, must large and fine. Some-
Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.
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territory one-fourth larger than that of times the pendant is composed of several I WHY ? '

the United States.A small stones and takes tho form of a Pianos and Musical !
baby a few months old was sold crescent, n heart or a poar.-Jewelers' Yen, why: do Bleyellits: Become Organs MerchandiserA

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for a shilling in tho presence of witnesses Circular.
I to a Lincolnshire pig dealer recently 1i CHANCE OF A LIFE-THtIE-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICI:'j jWe

The parents were wandering SILK. i purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sli(\> t
\ minstrels and glad to got rid of it. music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing '0 r

Queen Victoria buys all her coffee The product of Bilk in Connecticut in the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a Kline ..
1839 was five tons of raw silk. of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Plan,
from at Cannes. It came about
a
grocer We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200 more thanes
Russia ia ,
not large silk
When her a producer.
f''I in this way : majesty was at ask for them :

Grusso Homo years ago, she was struck The amount of the product in 1887 was Conover style K, wal.......................,'.350 Hainan Bros., style 6, mah.............. .f:
I by the excellence of the coffee and finding 900,000 pound!!, valued at 1,800,000. llKEAT'ING Keb... ............ ..... ya Sclmbart, 16 .... ........... .. .. ;
.. .. J.eb............. .... ... 21M o Malcolm Love, wal................... =
.I it had been bought at n local English An edict of the Emperor Tiberius forbade .. .1.wal........,............... aim Steinway eb.,... ...............
tradesman's shop silo promptly made Roman citizens to wear Meb, ..... ...................Mtj Everett, eb........ .........., I
any garments e ...... .. ........... .
'I K.wal .. >tea Klngabury atleB eb..............." "
\ him her purveyor. made in whole or in part of silk.BLACKWELL'S McCammon style 22,wal..... ..... .... ...... 300<< A eb...... .. ....... ?. IJ
Enthusiasts ? M,mah..... .. ........ 300 Knabe Orand ................... ; '
.' Twal....,................ J275 Stuyve ant eb................. I Ie
---- ------ --- --------- 7.e b...................... 2BO wal. .. .........? 9
THEY note the quick response as the pedal is touched, Haines Bros., .' B,eb..... ........ ....... 2110 Newany& Evans eb.......,........... 1..
the smoothness of motion as they glide along, the 8,eb. .......,........... 175 JM. M. Star, eb..... ..................... I:
perfect trueness of the flame under the hardest 3,mah................... .. Iso Morris, !1' p
I WANT strains, and then discover why we ask them to Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished *8:1:<. t

sDU SEE THAT CURVE I put ia thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory money 1fI'A!
IN No !Swaying' : Frames funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstructlon book and delivered f. O. b. J:* : tl
IAC ( No Binding of Bearings. sonvllle; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.

Art Catalogue 4ct In Stamp. FREYER A: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY,
24 E Street Jacksonville FU
Forsyth ,
, KEATING WHEEL CO., Mlddletown, Ct.

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1-4 r \ SEE? F. W. BEERS Agent St. Augustine, Fla. --

) i';. ..awgsDURHA : -JI CHAS:: e L 1T": :EM!: cSc CO .

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7v it DEALERS IN .

BICYCLES.Best line in the State. :-I.n.e: : : "'QVl.n.es'an.c1: : Ll.Q.Or: '

wp 417 410 W. Bay St.,
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: JACKSONVILLE, '. fL IttI

1 1 r Rye and Bonrbon Whiskies from i|
LUTnr, $150.00. to$3 JO per gallon.
Brandies from 11.75 to 13.75 per {pi (i

> I ql qlT.e FOWLER, $100, $75.00.: :.-We make Specialty of North&01*
liRa Mountain Dew Corn: Whiskey ]
\ I :yean old,$:JJSO per gallon.
CLEVELAND, $100 $ ;;.OO. 3 Cta. 3(
Jtiirs-I gal., 25oU,2 gal ,
: will find sae .*.... PURE lIO<'ta. a
.. ,, ...... .aefe two ..... MB. WESTFIELD, $75.00; 6000. Keg -a gL III 10 gal,$1.28; "

mad tw*_...........__ I'JiO. will ,. 4)
Partle living! In Dry Town ",
1'0. ..*M. .... of Dl&ok- well border from on. a* we can ,
_11.. Durham. B.,. C ... I WHISKEY them SO per cent on all) order. "Jff 4
I B. F. MANIER Jr. with orJr
aenj .
of tale celebrated toboeeoand Always: money oar
We will account
not open new =:J.
read tfce... '
po whfeh suitable Jacluonvllle referenc.IJT PTt
t .. a Hit.1 valuable p..... rh tglv. t5 It Jacksonville, Fla. No Agent. Goofla for tent Ia4lanopoll C.O. Brewing 0 ;J

,h ; -.. and BMW to C., U ... M' p Brewer and Bottler.Indlanapoli. '
err With Freyer; A Bradley Music Co. Hercules Malt Tonic, $3.23 per ease; Clayton &: Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, (420 per c+e.i >





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TONA HOUSE FOR'MERLY I 1.1.-I_ FLOX't.XX.A. .
( HOTEL S1>EXCE,) I

z A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.

hIs house, centrally and pleasantly located has been newly furnished; Is now GRAND \VIEW HOTEL
than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable borne to tourists and
veling public generally. I extend a hearty Invitation' to all my old friends C. B. KNOTT, Gen'I Superintendent.
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, 'e East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla.
-> '1"'iruNvlllc. I
AUGUSTINE,
I.
New hotel, new furniture, modern Im TIle above hotel la now open and In full running order, and Alcazar,
" SHE PALMS provements. Fronting on beautiful Lake plied with all the market affords-such ax game, fish, oysters, etc.
JOS. P. GREAVES
Now open for the winter of '0t) A carilago meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A Manager.
a7'U7. Open November first to)May flint.
,
2.UO to $ .OO per day Special dry attached to the hotel. .
by the week. Address "TIlE PALMS West
'Jites Palm Bench Fla. J. O. Casino,

A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent.
rh Swimming Tool. Russian and Turkish Baths
? arv-ls House. WHITE'S COTTAGE -
Ponce de Leon.

OOOCXA., FLOB..XX>.A... nil.LlS *: MURRAY, Managers. ,
Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. (' I
OSE PROXIMITY TO ROCKLEDGE. Open January to April.
Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50; per day; ; *7 to $10 l() per

Rates t $2.00 per day. Special rates by the week or month. J. T. WHITE, : Cordova, ) ..
Rooms only. Open dining February and, March.
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PAN :BEACH HOUSE. ,, .,;: y i:
..<" NOS'OPnN..... The Ormond, ; "" "I",. '

,ANDERSON A PRICE .
Managers.Open ;
ON TIlE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. "
December to April. '
p polite Daytona,'near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf batLln Rates New.Rockledge
log to location of rooms. ,House open all the year. .:\ BEACH,

I; Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. Royal Poinciana, ,I ,, '

-- --. _"- ::::ON INDIAN RIVEH::: FRED) STERRY, Manager.
HOTEL Open January to Apill.
EELLEJ""V"'C"EJ
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slbottrne, Florida. Rockledge, F orld.a.: _::" .. Palm Beach Inn, ,J '
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River.) Ij j
i II. E. BEMIS M'KT.: Mohonlc FRED STERRY: Manager. f
Open December to May
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A cozy winter residence, homo-like comforts, excellent table, ,

Orange glove In full beat'ing owned by the hotel. Hunting and Palm Beach Casino, ,,, f ,
: passed. Prices moderate. E. WATSON;(, Superintendent\ j .; 1 f }
Salt Water Swimming Pool Surf Bathing.'
:1 nr- Seud for lllustiated clieulars. II. P. SHAKES, Fishing from Ocean Pier. <
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Proprietor, New .t it'' ,*"

Royal Palm ,;'

II. W. MERRILL, Manager
I i I t Fly r The Plaza Hotel.. On Biscayne Bay. Open January 1, 18')7.!)

Yy New York Office 26 Broadway.

/ to general offices, /St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.:

-* ... 1- P5ji _.->.. 5r4J _s- l _,? .-.TJjrX" .- ... ,, -- -- -- .- -, -- -

e minute from Railway Depot;near jicMtofflc.eliiirrhm and school. First-clung laundry In Opened
'tion; with hotel. Rates i *-.BO to*3W( per day| Hi.eU n-ates bjr Midweek or moiith.Air's. Rool led I Hotel FlaeideJACK8ONVIIXK SEe -
W lt. ( 1'mprletnx, ge. January 1894
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K. M. CAMPBELL, MunuKeress.1MINOLE ,
KI.JHIDA.
.ON" JN".DJ.A..N": : : : B.JV'E1B.
the center of the city, on Main /Street, thu dividing line between east and went
block from B.iy. )Everything entirely now. Elegantly: furnished throughout.
HOTEL } Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modem Superior Cuisine and Service Bus meets nil trains Tmiim #:2.50 per day/ and
; ; Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, /Special rates by the week N. L. WARD, Proprietor.

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S. H. PECK, Proprietor. -- -- ---- ---- --- -- -- ---- -- -- -
J. A. IIAPPKRSETTE.: .
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'( Open All the Year.
Y Also Partner of The Mich.
I Managing Arlington, Fetoskey, ,
,1 RIVER IOTELi
with a capacity for 300 guests. ,
1 \7\7 osit ZPeiXxni: Beach, IT'lox-ldf: :
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TI' TITUSVILLE,

This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to ...Hotel ? z Indian 11 Ivor.Fla. .

Railway Depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. ropr.'Z .
FORMERLY LYNN'S HOTEL.jfSfZ& .
Boats attached to the hotel, with fishing tackle on board, for the use of -
J. A. HAPPKRSKTTrT
<* SSi
its.
_*TWW oonlqu_ T -. ,. i__< o MAXAUKII.
"PRATES : From! $2.00 per day: and upwards; Special rates by the week or -
ll l l l l 'l + wrv wf r' Open[ | All Tim Year.rlr .
Uth. 11111111\\\ \\ \\\ \ \\
M. J. BOYCE, Manager. -

[ GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor Vl + r,4P. ..f Ahl Only. 1IIIW in I nut OB'
I I J f nl II.uI h a' lie ui n n I a T 1A ? I
..,d l 1 i ,l uv, 164.e .rd/H1a I 1)i I] nYt.n nu. qi-dlu i walk from Railway stntlons -
and Steamboat l.uid-
IKs,
Y +
HOTEL X COQUINA | Y On the .banks of the
Plaza Hotel <- R- +leM, : .+ far-famed Indian River.

V Open December 3rd.

ORMONDBYTHESEAFLORIDA. 4- ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. w f tomSTANTON HOUSE

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Most centrally located. Fronting the < ... D.
Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic r B ? J. JONES, Proprietor.
Ocean. Splendid view from its long and s
? BATHING AND DRIVING are broad verandas.
Rates, : $2.00 per day and upward.. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog )
Specialties at Ormond.For Special rates by the week. New Furniture and( Fixtures Throughout. Electric .
First-class table board at reasonable Fronting the old! Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the g Families.
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address
Circulars, ,
rates Ocean View. All white help. Rates $2.00: per day and upward.
Mas. A. S. PELL. Rates. Sample Itoom. M. W. BATMAN, ]'
[SER &: VINING, Managers, J "'J'. Two 'Minutes Walk from Central

Depot.OIIA'.1'TANOOGA,
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lORMOND-BY-THE-SEA.
INDIANOLA
HOUSES TENN.

Lori.J.J.ard.yri.J.J.a__ -' -.---- ". .. -

HE COLONNADES '

......Indianola is on Herritts Island...... St. George Hotel. .*

the Peninsula opposite Dytona.) Four Miles North of Rockledge. ST.

Street Jacksonville, Fla.
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
Is located l In

4 LARGE, Sunny rooms, all looking on city, midway This Hotel is now under new management
Indian River Good home table. office and City ( ,
situated Is
hotel
als
Is delightfully
; iY..
jkted by steam; has Electric Lights, I'ure soft drinking water. Sailing: row- .; 4- 19 turesque soundings, the are and has been thoroughly renovated throughout -
.
Bplmr and Sea Baths, etc. It Is the ing, fishing and hunting. Will meet -, surpassed by any

tit pleasant all-the-year-round hotel guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer 0 :: I 1 r tho city. =--- .=-. *. ----_.
'' them to and from house free of charge. I ., -- -
the East Coast.
Rates: $t .60 per day i 6 Terms:-$2.00: Bun meet all Train. and Electric Cars puss dour. Bath room. and all
t ate8-f2.: O and 3.00 per day. on every ,Ioor.C .
$12.50: to $15.00 per week.C. $8.00 per week. y- +K Special Rates >pen..A.l.1: : tlio: "3Z" ,r. -

C. POST, Proprietor. Address G.: W. SCIIUYLER, ., M Baths.Electrld Bells, :-Rates American by the Plan Week., $2 to $2.60; European 6Oc. to $1.00.

Indianola, Fla. Mrs. FINLEY Proprietor.OTEI.r .
Mrs. J. V. Hernandez &
p- -" -
Park
Cottageest
Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. := : CON'QI.I .;


[ Palm Beach, Florida. Hotel Geneva The Holly Inn : MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvement Located on park one
from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Blscayne Bay Rate
I (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana) Cor. Fonythsail C..lr Htt., per day and upward. Special rates by week or mont .
: aytoza.a: : :E="' : .
-Jacksonvilie, Fla.

fated on the Lake Front. Verandas Modern Improvements ,Bath* etc on New Hotel Elliot t-/" .
Every rfoor. Ua and ElectricLight. ; Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which I ,
{overlooking beautiful Lake Worth: ., Passenger Elevator. Artistically -" ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
and Elegantly Fur for Boating and Fishing.
i: 2.00 to $3.00 per day. nished. .'. '.' Bay and Bridge 8t.., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
Good Bicycle Road Excellent Table.. Carriages meet all Nearest hotel by five block to unIon depot. Rate*-Room*{HT, 73 Special rates by the Week, Rates par Day from $2.00 to $3.00. From 91: per day; with board, ':J, $1.501.: $:.1 and .1.50: per day. Special rate. by
Wed.'....._AhlI.flfp.eW -... Kate*:- $2JO per day. or month and for large parties.: Overlooking St. John River. Newly a..
Jf. J. YARBOROUGff, ......,..1M'_. _r. Special by week or !: \ly furolshed.ail; modern Improvement; two block. of union ;'depot, Clyde
"j mootb.-- (_ "" Wharf and poatofflce.J. "
Proprietor. ED. L. OWENS, Prop. O. :ElOv: : E. T. BOWDEN Proprietor and :Manager..





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i 'i 8. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE_ JANUARY 8, 1697.ir ;ii'I s'


t peace for the 20th district, for $500/ was Highest of all in Leavening Power.m -Latest U.S. Gov't'ReportBaking '

I I' I 1 I: I rR examined No objections and approved appearing by the against lioard.the THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM c CO C CPaid )

J. Minor (1. L.
reporter M. Conklingand / I
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C. L. Howell for a publiC road from ;
j jI Tlllni.-iu station to the county road, the oVal Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
same is hereby declared a public load.
I No objections appearing against; the REAL ESTATE.
I !1 1I report Jf J Jlarrin, K. A. Hardee and Powder LAW, LOANS,
I f K. J. harden for a public road from Sebastian
river to Henry Krotherii' settlement -

For Sale, on motion road.the same Is hereby, declared S. LIJTEI.Y URE We have for sale a large list of careful!\
public l1
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\ Whereas received from --- -.-------------- ------ -- -- River Properties.
petitions wore i----------- selected Indian
j' Common and fanoy pineapple plants I 1
i t'' I Forty acres to seloct from. Lemon and i a number of citizens of Rockletlge com on Wednesday, the 20th instant: JudgeM. -The County School Board had their
ether citrus trees. plaining that the public road in that 8. Jones, Titusville; Chas. Douglie regular monthly :meeting* In town this Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lirw>

f '1: I JAMBH HOIMKH, vicinity had been obstructed, and pray ty Daytona; Hon. K. Hardee, Sebastian week. Canal and Transportation Co. :
Jensen, Fla. ing for the removal of the same, on motion ; Judge A. E. Heyser, Juno; J. E. ,
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I it was ordered that the matter bo Ingraham, St. Augustine/ ; G. T. Mc- $20 Itewnril. C.A.1V.A.L L..P1.1VDS.:
t I placed In the hands of Judge Jones to Donald, West Palm Beach.IF '
I Land For Sale. take steps to have the same legally re- Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway Compit f..
moved. I I will pay the above reward to any Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and. Investment Co., \.
I Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of On motion, it was ordered that the YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and : one giving such evidence as will lead to and other Low Priced Lands. ,'
landon Hawthoi Creek county treasurer be Instructed to trans- Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for the conviction of any person or persons
near Myers.
I fer two hundred dollars from the fine the ADVOCATE. found cutting or removing the telegraph Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties. ;y
'j I I t I' W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. and forfeiture. fund to the prisonersfund. poles, wires, cables or fixtures of the
I II shoemaking d Titusville-Juplter line, formerly owned Titusville. Florida.
I The county treasurer having made Ms FOB first repairingcall by the U. S. government, and from
I For Charter. quarterly report for the quarter ending on J. A. Daughtery, Washington whom I purchased said line and all ap
December! 31; also his monthly report on avenue, Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto purtenances. D. L. GAULDEN.
I I The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be the fine and forfeiture fund for the order in fine style. Titusville, Deo. 80, '06. PAXTON & HATCH
bartered by the day; week, or month; month of December, the same were examined -
I anywhere between Ormond and Miami and approved by the Board. J. "I ,
f' I Good accommodations for ladles. For Houston and K. D. Jloke were appointeda
further particulars, write to committee to destroy the warrants 1807 Model Wheel; The St. Go. DEALERS IN-
'1 CAPT. GKO. Cook, In Stock : Augustine Cycle
turned over by the treasurer as per
Tituavllle, Fla. schedule. The committee having performed Victor, $100 _' Goods Notions Gents A
[ their duty, asked to be discharged Dry
I Ph DII. Has the best line of wheels
,." I RANGE,LEMON and GRAPE FRUIT NtTRi which was accordingly done. ,
i ji O SERF STOCK: sad lluilwimit of leading Road commissioners of districts Nos. 1 Keating, $75, $tOO.
and sundries in the state. All
Tariettnn, Ini luillnu\ the famous Plne&jinle,
and 2 made their semi-annual
1 MartTarUIft", lemon Brown (Ortinire; Unlim having reports Crescent; $40, $75. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats Cap{
and Villa Kranna. Leimmni" ; March BeoillexHfometo an road commissioners of their
I Kinds of work
i I ,at the nM reliable, Magnolia NunierlenAm .. districts, were examined and approved Paten, $B0. bicycle repair ,
1 \. > can turn I...,. full line il" rates freight given to point south file. Special, $35. neatly done. Hardware, Crockery, Corn, Oats and Hay, High Grade Gr61 l
J. W. F. D.WAITE \lit.
f I. 110'16-''anO )Bellevlew, Fla. On motion, it was ordered that a list best blcyule Augustine road*has In 11'1.the.. F. W B E E R S. P roo. Ammunition and General Merchandise
of the following warrants be published, ceries Fishing Tackle ,
and If not called for will be destroyed: -.-- ,

J. B. Brown . ... . . . .$ 121' THE DECANTER. :: FT.s/V. i''
f i James H Chandler. . .t .. 125 ::EIOOEE.LEDG-EI.:

Milliner Frank Culpepper. . . . 50 -
: James Hudson . . . . 1 25
v I Ii It 8 Reynolds. ... . . . 1 :25! Lesley & Renaker ..=e=EY' dz YATE .,
i i r and DRESSMAKING T 1\1 Wilson . . . . . 1 25 r
: . .. .
: \ July Holland 300
A Mansfield. . . . . . 301)) Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,
On motion, the following bills were Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. cI':2: : c::>
1dQ
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audited and ordered paid: I .
A First-class Line of Cigars. sea> Billiard and Pool Tables. ;)
J K Walker, county com . .$ 400J i iII
Mendel, . . 0 40( Family and hotel trade is solicited Prompt and careful attention given to mall :: 3 ;;

t It ]) Hoke, .. 24 (UO orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY KENAKER, Tltusvlllo,Fla.. ..... .
J Houston. .. 13 20 ..= ,: I :IcII I\\ ,,--
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tI W II Sharpe .. I 0 00 -- J. I <' ,....:
:; : i.......". b\ I .....".
.T E Bowman, feeding co. dogs. 4 00 : I." ; II/- J p.
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I,: M\ Goldsmith, conviction fees .. 1000J P. E. McfflURRAY & BAKER., >... 1.1'\11.\, '111M' / .... -l'... ,u.'I'.a '
E Bowman, feud'g co. prls'ers, 2700 ;? .u : : )'
J .I E Bowman, jailor for 3 mos.,, 00 0*) Wholesale and Retail Ea __ ...._ -
H: J E Bowman, janitor.. .. .. 500
F J 1 E Bowman, waiting on co. com. 4 00 Dealers in STAPLE and FANCY .GROCERIES! Fruits and Vegetables. Yoi

C D Flood, wood for office . 1 00 orders solicited. TiTvaviLiLX:,. FLA.
A A Stewart rec'd tax sales '0t( 12 75 Carriage Wagon .
A A Stewart adv. tax sales 00 12 75

A A Stewart, accountant .. 15 00 The NewSelden "
Gardner Walker, mda. fur prla 5 10 and Material. ( ..

T J Cocknhutt, reg. officer . .. 1241J
Mail orders solicited Satisfaction J Hector, books for election 4 00J
guaranteed. I Mendel copy minutes .. .. 5 00
F S Chaflfee, med. for prisoners" 5 30 Dump Carts, Saddlery,, Pleasure and Business Vehicles. Hand Carts e'to., etc. Cypress Door Company;
T T Ice for elk's office 1 85
Wetmore
\ Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ft Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, B K Wilson, med. attention prism 2 Oil ,

r''"' Titusville, Fla. Mary Futch, pauper.. . . 000 :PALATIK.A. :F"L..A.: t i,'
Charity Padgett, . .. 1000 ,
Wm Anderson, . . .. 0 00 Opened let, 1898, turned the steam on to
lei 1897 Model! Globs Gasoline Engine. Sarah Bean, . . .. 1000 Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co. :
M . . .. 4 00 One e of theargestandBest Equipped Door Sash BliiJ
Chas Jacobson, . .. 10 00 ,
J J Eufalla, II . . 4 00 I MANUFACTURERS OF and General Wood Plants in the United States
( + .I Lewis, II .. .. 000 Working ,
J:. Anna Gore . . 5 00 Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Staff Sidings Flooring \
l7zle Tucker, . . 8 00 And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of elijbj t
II Heysers, . . 5 00 years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the be{
0
II Uiiwman .. . 0 00 Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will covm;
:" I II lardee, for Hood 20110( Doors Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Ilot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, ekjf
J Kline, blankets for prisoners. 7 50 Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill awl

I ;' O oL1 1\1\ S Jones county judge./ . .. R5 00A office.
t' T )Feaster com. as ticasurer 01) 75 Awarded Gold !Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
F T Budge, to court house 2 {05 Atlanta,Oa., 181W.
I rips Telephone (old line)): 5. Jacksonville Fla.
I I I Electric Light co . . . 800 ,
f' amttn Uoycl, cutting road . 22700G
Y I ,I F Paddlsim. timber for bridge 17 0(1( THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

.1 H Walker, road work.. . . 4 00 ,
i J Mendel, . 11 fiO
If It W libidos . . :100:
Town of Eau Gallle, halt of load PORK
tax . . . . . . 10 25: AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
J 1 Houston, road woik . . 5000
J ., Jo'> T Budge, material for load 1 60 t
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Stitloniirynnil Marina IK to lift:! H. 1 The + Hammond Ind.
i South Omaha Neb.
I : Aafest,must UolI..lJlo.licn..mlcal: l and Duralile H A Conkling forty man. . :208 ppasrxavrllu Chicago, Ill-j
I I rower. and for biinlnaiw Inunrhcm.. Auxiliary rower for 1)etn .. :2 C>0C Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager' Jacksonville, Fla.
yachts
boats and where
I power I..* required statlunury B Wager, printing; notices. . 360I i
:I' ItKNJ. W. JKUOMF, It Wilson cilm. prosecution 5 28 Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bellies.
I', Sole Ruprenentotlve for Manufuntureni In the J E Bowman. 28 70 ,
!.' I State of Florida., UoOKt.Kmiu, KI.A. F B Wright, ," 4 80 ""
I 1'V"<'''talulnee> and prices, on al'IlIoation.r A A Stewart! 1-40 THE BEST :LIQUORS for the Least Money. \7VrdLt: 'U.s Jor: :Jr:1oes.:

On motion, the Board appointed the
r: I following to Brevard
/ persons represent
FOR SALE. county at the Road Convention, to beheld J'U.K Trade l Solloltod.Rye ,
J at Orlando Feb. 2, 1 HilT C. H.
on : ... ........ .......,... Now is Your Chance
Walton E. B. Wager, J. F.. Wooten, E. nnd Corn ,>erlt"l.( IBOup/ Iroiimla) Rye, per gal .. 600
.
Tom fe' ; Holland"Glii.. .. .. ... 1.l1111111 Calirornl Wines lutawbi, Port
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D. Ohlln, C. A. Robinson. Coirnac.., Uluukberry, Pencil and Sherry,Claret and ... I
Anirellca 1 00
r \ On motion the Hoard adjourned to Apple Brandies....... .....,. lJ50up ttottlttil Jleer.perelo. .............$ 1.UO un I II
.y up
i IF You Are Looking for a Cheap Place tile first Monday in February. Blmlx Rye, per Kill.................... 3ixi' Ini|>. Sherries! per K*.......... ".00 tn See) ''
loliUm Crown .. *IHI Mirt ,... ... To Start
Rye 1(1\1. Imp. <> Tort Fruit
per iieral. .011
| to 600 a Lemon Grape Grog
; ..,. ...... or Orange
With a good house, In a desirable Shawnee Rye per gal tuo Iniiiurtud Oiiin |*rgal............110( to 8.00 ,
Floe Imported and Key Went cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50
"I' I ( location, on Indian RIver, In tho Pineapple linuiich of Fine 1'nclit. and upwards. Send money with all order All jugs Joe. per gal.per extra.100 In order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Soothe
;, Belt, all modern conveniences, on Will mall complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed Jrevard and Dade Counties, the Florida! East Coast Railway will, during the nejl
I
... I '' Rosy: Terms address, A beautiful English yawl-rigged yacht when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. 00 over days its,line make to a points reduction south of of fifty Titusville.((50)) per cent In freight rates on Nursery Stocf,

K. W., named the Provldencla, was launchedat J. H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St., '
West Palm Beach on the 2nd Instant. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
I I Caro ADVOCATE, She was built by that well known boat JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ;
i I I builder, A. T. Rose, for Captain James ST. AUGUSTINE FLA
r Titusville, Flu. Clark, and Is said to be the Uncut boat Jobber of all kinds of Liquors. Wines and Beers known to the sph.1tand November 17, 1800. !
ever built on Lake Worth. /She has wine trade.

I1nl:\'AUn COUNTY COl\nnS- every convenience, and Is beautifully
t.r it toil up. There U accommodation for THE
:&;; I : HIONI:UH' PROCEEDINGS.7'lrlrsVILLE six per on,. Recently an ADVOCATK representative -- JOHNSON LAW CO.,.

\r\ "'-, Jan. 4, 189;. ]'rov"I 'ncla. and made by an the inspection look of her of lines the THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART Electrical and
f
':},J I The Board of County Commissioners we have no doubt she will be a fast and Machinery Supplies',
boat. Her U. 10 her
tonnage
i 'met to ;
pursuant adjournment.' Present
i : length Is 4lf., and she WAS calked by MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR !
w W. II..
Sharpe| chairman I J; Mendel, J.
.'! l I K. Walker J. llonnton; A. A. Stewart Valton's patent cnlker. High/ Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors an'\
., / clerk; J. E. liowman. slierllT. The following -- --- Generators, Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams *j
) l business. was trnnnnctotl: Co. 8lwa.Xf.'l? SPECIALTIES' Electric Fan. Sewing machIne Dental Ii m J
... J The minute of last meeting were read Our New Sheriff. Clad i Multlpolnr Motor. for heaviest factory J work. Improved motors street railway motors e"la't" I
e., I and confirmed. went modem In design and conatnictioo. Bully guaranteed and prices right.

1 On motion, It was ordered that J. Sheriff J. P. Brown and family are F. BISHOP Manager. JACKSONVILLE FLA-
': Mendel\ be appointed a committee to now located In town, having come up Salesroom West Forejrth St.,Repair Shop,300 Main St.
l Have the roof of the coitrt-houae and the from City Point ft. few days ago.: Mr.
tops of the cells In the jail painted. Drown Is the newly-elected sheriff of
.r It. B. Holmes, M. S. Jones and Wm. ieevard county; and, from what, we can GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.MARX .
lllndle, appointed on noo. 8th to mark, learn, he bears an excellent reputation a.
view and lay out a public r'II"llroOl the lie will make a good officer, and we wish 'Ww-..' BROS.
: store of S. 8. Jones to northwest corner him every success In his new office. Mr. u W r "
I .f Wlnebergf's property. Is accepted and .1... E. B"WIIII'D-our late sheriff-has a Wholesale Dealers In-
I notices bit posted according to law. fine orange grove at Mime, which lie willow Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. ) 'P.t OzocerlesFaruLlt: : :
I I After hearing counsel In the matter of give all his attention to. anal Erod.:1.oe: .
( i 1 Clue: road from Jensen to Ankona, the FOR SALE BY 131 and lea East Bay Btret and *3 **d!M Nwn..Stnwt.
: ; I Von decided to lay the matter over for Je> 1 I the preMat, for further cunsidera Jou. :> ;
to the
Delegates Coast Defense
!i On motion, U wag ordered that a warrant EDWARD STILING..... .. ...
I for $:10 be drawn ID favor of K. A. Association. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
'., :, Hardee to send Geo. flood, a pauper, The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. ':' have alsoea: good
I back to his home In North Carolina. The Governor of Florida has ock of Bar. 1
; Tile Board drew the Jury Hit of 310 he following East Coast residents appointed as rows suitable for Track Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-1 n. tread; A size larger w70. GROWERS-Le&Returns and"f know what you have In the way of Fruit anddVr. .*.
suitable
for Plantations prompt ture. We supply the best
I names for the year 1897. delegates to attend the Coast Defense Pineapple fl-ln. tread. Pea. Write us for wholesale Seed
our
I Uond of O. llul for justice of the Association which will meet at Tampa COCOA Indian River FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS price lilt of groceries ,

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