Indian River advocate
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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 22, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00062
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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,,1. 13. No. N4. TITUSV.ILLE, FLA.,. FRIDAY' JAN. Q3, :1897. Price: 5cOCAL .

NEWS U- JOB PRINTING at this office. Read This Column
I songs of the day, at Chaffeo Jfc: CD's.A enough to look at the name-and-date slip Eagle; Clothing Store, Titusville-, is.

Topics of General Interest. -Judge J. S. Cochran and wife, of Ls cAL ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per pasted upon their paper or wrapper. U selling a finer line of these gonds at

-- the Ilaulover, were In town on Monday. Week, on this (front) page. BIG SHIPMENT of Men's Odd :Pantsat the date Is "IbOtl") or an earlier\ year greatly reduced prices. It will certain

t and General Gossip In connection Fisher's and neatly-appointed prices that will be sure to please- than that, It Is an Indication that you are ty pay you twiglve the Ebgte\ Clothing
new Indebted to us, and we should be gladto
Lake nOT SODA at Chaffee Co's. has just been received at Store a call, whenIn Tttmtviille.HOTtCn .
BUoajwe Bay Worth Indian
I boarding-house on Palm street, is now THE EAGLE have you renew ;your subscription
na and Halifax Klven, Key West open. See".dvt. on 8th page. Ct.OTHmf.G STOMK,

i,,11 Coast other of Important Florida. Point Brief mention alone the of -:Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager; Mrs. ::;rAs an advertising medium, no TltusvUle. Fla. -Mr. W. M. Brown came np from !: ,, :NOTES.WIIKKK .

Josle Wager; and Miss Eva Clapper spent paper on the East Coast can beat the ; Miami .
tine Bvents from Various Part -Mr. Goo M. Robbins
ADVOCATK. Give trial advt. spent day or
from us a
Saturday until Monday at Day 4 ,
> World t About People Yon Know tona. and be convinced of the pink paper's so in Jacksonville this week. Clias. A. Gardner, who haa been to stop., See list of hotels IIn
|People You Don't Know- Picked our 7th page.
Kick thJs week Is somewhat
worth. Mr. and Mrs Geo. very now
W. Morton 4)of
Editor ami .taf ftorre -Mr. R. W. ,
r Our Society a large Parsons, general passenger better.
Canaveral, were In town on Wednesday Wo now Ikavo opon In Tltusvilte two
>pondent. scattered along the agent of the Ward Steamship Line,
I Coast of Florida. of New Yolk, passed through Tltusvllle, IKAIXJUAUTKIIS for Singer sewing machines and Thursday -Miss Leila Anthony Is spending lotcls-tho Indian River nail Grand.

Monday, en route to Miami and Nassau. W. R. Knox, agent, Tltuuville. -Mr. G. G. Hammond, of Boston, Is oral days In town this week with. her View.
communications for this enjoying the at Canaveral parents.Mr.. S3T" Wo the
All paper Messrs. A. A. Stewart A. T. Feaster hunting; Club,. nro certainty getting
aid be addressed "TnK ADVOCATE, ; R. F. Hall and J. A.,Happersette, nEED blanks lOc. each; "'1.00 per 100, at havingarilved here on Tuesday.Mr. .'L. A. Brady has been Iniloois toil riste oit the East. Count of Florida' ;

risvllle, Fla." This will insure im.u attended the Grand Lodge of Freemasons the ADVOCATE office. J. 1>. Crabb, of Cocoa, has beenIn the past few days, owing to a spul! of I1nllt,lvt.will pay you to,give the ADVOCATK
attention. ilck an "
at Jacksonville this week. town a few days this week, attendingto ness.

-Rev. II. M. Goodell and Mr. and SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto his family, who have been on the sick -Tho many friends. of Mrs W. N, A bunked of smooth, beautiful oranges/
E. B. Williams & Co. wholesale 1st. nits tumpthiglyupon. the collator in the
Mrs. Chas. A. Gardner attended the Chaudoin, of LaGrange, will regret to ,
fruit and produce merchants, 65: South' learn that she Is quite sick. I'h12'.11IIICIt, true of assess tt> the gnests.
Endeavor convention at Melbourne -Mr. R. W. Guode, of l\lelbourllewho

the end of last week, returning advt.Broad street, Atlanta 5. 01See their has been attending court at Jacksonville -Tho nomination of Mr. J. C. Jones II. E.,, Boiuls. of the New

f home on Monday. on page for several weeks past, returned to Melbourne for postmaster of Titusvlllo was confirmed !Rockledge hotel Rocklt'dg
J -:Miss Llda M. Greaves of 'Nyack-on- on Wednesday.Mr. by the Senate on Monday hilt visitor to town tIC} Monday, when ho
ALf OF CREPE formed us his hotel doing
SHADES TISSUE was' a good
the-lIudBon.! has arrived at St. Augustine at' and Mra. .'. T. Budge boarded Wrockngo from tile Ill-fated filibustering business.Mr.I .
and will be the guest of her brother 10 cents yard, yesterday's train for Miami, also steamer Commodore Is being

lanager Joseph P. Greaves, of Hotel (:'UAFFEI'Tltusville: & CO'S Fla., :M\ r. J. O. Walton, who may go as far as washed ashore at Coronado Iwneli. S. II. Peck, tnnnitgor of Hotel

Alcazar, during the next two weeks. Nassau ore returning to town. Plaza, lloeklodgn. passed through here,
-Senator Matthew Quay expects to Monday. after paying n visit to Tampa,
'-:Mr. J. W. Ballantlne, Congressman -The Tltusville Tannin Extract Co. his
ADIES' MISSES & GENTS SHOES pay place at Sr. Lucio an extendedvisit Jacksonville and ht. AIIJtllslllle. Ho ro-
Capehart and Judge Graham, who are Is now In full working order, and nnout In the course of a few days lie
of all\ grades nnd the latest fashion nt \ + being good for tho
r pending the winter on Indian River, are The EAULK CLOTHING STORK fifteen men are employed at the. factory, will return norm In time for the inauguration Itookledgu. huol'sthis season.
great; sportsmen. They have just been which Is in charge of Mr. J.y, Miller, an at Washington next March.
pending; about a month in the woods Titusvlllo, Fla. expert In the manufacture of tannic acid Mr and Mrs !Homer Glllls "n.lI\1IKII
and on the prairies, and met with pretty from palmetto routs, etc. -Mr. II. J. Egger, who ban boon I (iillis arrived oa the vestibule train

good success deer hunting. BARBER SHOP, at the Indian River spending several weeks In Titusville Tuesday afternoon. Mr. tllllls In one of
Captain and Mrs.I C. F. Fischer have with his family, returned to Miami 1
hotel Tituaville does ilrst-class work. / on the managers of Hotel Ponco de Limn,
-Captain W. J. Jarvis, the affable and I guarantee satisfaction to all\ oustomois. opened their boarding/ house on Palm Monday, to get; things In readinessfor St. Augustine; Ho has been spending
; my
jolly general freight agent; of the Florida II. S. MEADOW /Street A cursory glance through the tho opening of the now grocerystore the siunmor at I'assnoonawny Inn, YUI'kOllfTlI
9 js- East Coast Railway, passed through TI. propr. house, Monday, showed us that everything of E. L. Brady &: Co. Maine, but his many Florida'
iusvllle, Saturday lust, en route to MI. ---- - - --- was neat, clean and 9rdeily, and it friends\ are pleased to welcome him back
Rouen ami. On Monday ha left on board the Is really "A home from home." -I\h' Geo. M. Robblnti loft help, yesterday -
TntNDIAN ... the Lund
steamer Biscayne on its initial trip tothe -Mr. J. W. Stowers' appointment for for Miami. Mis. Robbins, and, to of Flowers
RIVERDVOGATE Florida keys. postmaster at West Palm Bench was -Mr. and Mrs A. II. Smith and their little son, AC1coml'lInh.t' her husband as Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Roach,

recently confirmed by the senate for daughter, Mrs. Wells, passed through far: AM Eau Gallie wlicio she will visit opened on Saturday last, amid a blaze of
-The New York and Florida Limited another four years. Mr. Stowers has here, Wednesday, on their way from ;Mr. and Mrs.leo. Padillson until Mr. light and, decoration. This Is Its fourth

wlll be operated solid between New York held the position since the office was Enon, O., to Palm Beach. After a short Kobblns returns to Titusvlllo, which will season. The office start Is as follows:
and St. Augustine, and will be composed established there. visit they will leave for Rockledgo to probably be to-morrow.
I'' i, Fred Sterry, manager; Fred C. King,
c of dining, state room and drawing room spend the remainder of the season. Mr.
"I Cochrane after room ulork; O. J. McLaughlin, cushier
-Mr. Alex. spending -On morning next, the ;
Tuesday mat.tinge -
compartment cars; sleeping, library and and Mrs. Smith spent last winter ut the
ft receive of weeks at Canaveral Frank E. Allen, assistant cashier; II. A.
you a sample copy observation cars. The train made its a i couple of or so Plaza hotel. of Miss Alhlne Kwr and :Mr F. A.
DVOCATE, it la an intimation that tint trip this week and will run jlub-house, enjoying the hunting and Morgnn, bulk' of Tltiisvllln, will he oelubratiid Tallafoiro, front clerk; T. U, Ward, mull
ould give us pleasure to add your day Sunday. every fishing, left for his! home In Boston on -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. C. Heaton, of I at tho residence of Mrs. A. Hrady clerk; J. 11. llompstond, night clerk;
i to our fast-increasing list of subers. except Mond.iy. Mr. Cochrane told us he was Boston, are expected here to-morrow, en on Main street. Tho first northbound; Gilbert Farmtosh, private bookkeeper;

It does not cost you three -The flne-yawl-rlgged yacht Volusla greatly pleased with his visit, and had route to Canaveral Club. Mr. Ileaton train after the ceremony will curry tho J. E. Bullock, stenographer.Hotel .

i per week (postage; included) .when of New Smyrna, stopped at Tltusvllle a enjoyed himself very much. has taken unto himself a wife since he newly-married, 'le on their bridal, til p. Itoyal Palm, Miami, under the

n by the year, and it can be sent to couple of hours on Friday afternoon last. C. G. governorgeneralof last visited Indian River-but that will Both the ha ids and grnom-tm-hx aro well management of Mr. henry W. ;Merrill,
1.: in any part of the United States orda On board were the following, who gave -Mr,Bahama Warpolo Islands, ; whose not prevent him baJ.tllnthe/ !game AS of and f.ivuiably known on Indian River, threw open Its to tho traveling public on
without extra the ADVOCATE a pleasant call: J. B. the old. As a crack shot It Is said that Mr.
expense. residence Is in Nassau, passed trough Miss Kggcr being ono of our brightestand Saturday last, and our editor was uiiablx
$ 1.50 per annum, in advance. McKeown, W. Robb, II. Sams, E. Lowd Tltusvllle, Monday, en route home after\ Heaton nearly equals Dr. Weld. dimming young ladles, while Mr. to accept Mr. Meitlll's Invitation to bo

1.00 six months, .. and W. Abbott. They were on a cruise spending a few days In St. Augustine; -Mr. John Henry, who has boon actIng Morgan has charge of the abstract office 'present owing to touch of grippe..

{[92.00( per an. to foreign countries.Mr. ,. down Lake Indian Worth.River, and intended goingto with which city he was much pleased as deputy-clerk at thlsplaco for anion of tho Robbins Graham Co. In Titan The opening was an Informal one, but

Mr. Warpole Is a cousin of Sir Charles weeks past, owing to the Illness In vilj, about fifty peisons sat down to din-

t -Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of this Warpole, of England. County Clerk Stewart's family, left for ner, among them-Mr. II. M. Flagler/ ,
Mr. E. L. Brady returned to Miami the Fifth Annual Convention of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Ashley J, C. Suitor
place' at his home at Melbourne Beach on Hatur- Death of lUre Ml nix. ,
uesday. the; Missionary Jurisdiction of the Prot- -Mr'; W. Gordon Brown, of Kobe day last. We understand, that Mr Henry Prof. Chas 11. Cory and wife, Commodore

extant Episcopal church held at Tampa Sound, who has been In Ocala attendingthe Is an old hand at county clerk business F. I). HughoH./ The olllco staff of
Fischer's Cottage Palm street Is
on last week, was appointed one of the Woodrow-Martln wedding, panned Mr. Caspar M. Minis, who has been nil the Koyul Palm Is a good one, und III as
open. Everything neat, snug and examining chaplains for Florida, and through here, Tuesday, en route home. -The launch Nemo, owned and commanded Invalid for number of yon I'll past, tiled follows: Henry W. !Merrill\ manager: W

JmluCapt. alai a member of the committees on He reports having had a very enjoyabletime by Capt. E. M. Gondell, of ban- at his residence at Mlms early yesterday II. Orms, room clerk ; Duncan Campbell,
J. if. Smith spent a few days unfinished business finances and assessments I In Ooala. He now looks well In ford, }Ie., Is still cruising/ the lower morning/ Ills remains will be Interred caslilnr! ; W. II. Anderson, front clerk;

b his family in Jacksonville thisk. executive, clergy and relief fund, health, and weighs 2001b His Liverpool Indian River. On board are Dr. W. In the LaUrungo remotely at 3 o'clock und John Walsh, mall cluck,
'to.' friends would hardly recognize him Ferguson, of CambrldgeMaHM.; und N.T. this. afternoon Deceased leaves! a wlfo
Fogg; of Sanford, Me. One member of and live children-two girls and three The Hotel Indian River opened on the
to .;:.Mr. Chas. R. Oaillard, of St. August- -The Brevard County Commissioners -Mrs. W. II. McFarland, who bas this : T -
Jolly PRI'ty-\lr. A. CrlmmlnH boy -who havo our sympathy la their : scheduled time, l-'ilday, tho lAlh The
and the Florida
TIn. 9rpassed through here, Tuesday, en- have appointed the following Indian! been on a trip to has retained to Boston.A sad beioavomuut.HctWM'ii I II fact wait announced by tho stars and
to Miami. River residents to represent this countyat keys, returned to Titusville on Monday.She I that waved gaily from the center
she dues not like the lower end letter from Mr. AV. II. Peters of ------- stripes
the Good Heads Convention beheld says
|Mrs. and to Hag stall on top of tho hotel, and In tho
A. Feaster have
T. family of Florida and prefers to spend the remainder Brooklyn-who loft Pnytoiiii' a -oiiple of /
at Orlando on Tuesday, the 2nd dayof heckle Mlge find Tltuvllle. *- the Incandescent, \ about
i spending a few days in Osteen this evening lights/
liu hUM
of the season In Titusville., Her weeks ago-IIIIY" not soon the sun
C. Robinson Eden
February : A. ; E. the well Imioois shod
k. grounds, as its
husband and :Mr. are wending for over a week. JIlt bus hud enough of
B. Wager and C. II. Walton, Tltusvllle; Bradbury -- forth n radiance quite l boflttlng tile occasion. -
,,-Mr. T. J. O'Brien, a well known fish J. F. Woolen, Cocoa; and E. D. Oslin, their way back in Mr. Metailand's! snug northern wlntoiH, and has mado up Ms This hotel Is now entertaining a
hant of Fort Tierce, was In town awhile ; Melbourne. We hope some of those little yacht. mind to spend thorn on the East Const Our Rockledgo, correspondent! writes I number of guests, and U expecting a
of Florida hereafter Mr. Peters tolls follows:
i on Tuesday. named will be able to attend. us as
-Mrs. L. R. Decker has closed her party of sixty or more from Itoston,
the ADVOCATE that he hopes to be In M. F. Dwyer's steam yacht Silver i
-Mr. Geo. E. Male of Jensen boarding-house in North Tltusvllle, and Now Teak Philadelphia. on Fridayof
passed -The fine English yawl-rigged; ; yacht Daytona about the 1st of February.The and
King, Is being repaired put In order
left to her daughterand this week. )( Wubb the senior
Tltusvllle his on Tuesday join r. proprietor
ugh Monday, on way Lois, of Mystic, Conn., In command of for the between Rockleilgo and.
son-in-law Mr. awl Mrs. M. E. "Yellow Kid" schottlsche a run arrived several flays accompanied
few York for a few days. Captain Geo. Dewey, stopped at Tltus ago,
for short time Gruber, popular and well known residents copy of which wo have just received, Is Tltuitvllle, to connect with the ,J., T. A: by his wife Mr. Stetson Is
ville, Monday, a en routeto
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. A. Winana,, New Smyrna. On board were alsoMrs. of West Palm Beach. For many piece of music that without doubt Is K. W. R'y. This will doubtless prove duly Installed In the chief clerk's olllue,

ner residents of Eden are now so- Geo. Dewey and son and Mr. LIb- years Mrs. Decker has kept the best destined to become very popular, espec- quite a stimulus to tourist travel for a post to which ho Is no stranger, having
lug in the Aramidown cottage, on berd who from boarding-house In Tltusvllle, and many ially as the "Yullow Kid" U now the Itockledge. Your correspondent was before served hero In the sarno capacity.
were returning an extended -
ova street, St. Augustine, where cruise to the Bahama They of her old patrons will regretto learn the reigning fad and feature of the Illustrated told that the schedule, the details of Tho hotel orchestra of five pieces will
will spend the season. and which have not yet been fully settled,
were carrying back with them a good house is closed.Advertising. newspapers throughout arrive In a low days.
Mr. O. Cary-Elwes had charge of than < many curiosities, which were collected .... la telling the people the east. It U a very easy and pretty would begin Feb. lat, or as soon there-
and, after as possible. The far-famed Hotel Ponco de Leon,
piece In composed that well-
] River hotel, during the absence the Islands. The above jolly them what ,
among about things; telling things 10th
known music writer Charlie Baker St. Augustine, opened for Its season -
Manager; IXappersette, who spent i a party informed an ADVOCATE reporter look like, what they are good for, who at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon

days in Jacksonville this week, at- that they had had a very enjoyable trip. sells them and what they cost. Getting -The effect of the freeze; of two win SHIRT WAISTS.-On Thursday next with great pomp and ceremony.

Sing the Grand Lodge of Freemasons -The St. Augustine Tatler, under the business is merely a question of ters ago Is rapidly disappearing, especially the 2Hth Instant will arrive mud l he on Flags. were flying and /guns wero fired.

Ex-Gov. and Mrs. W. II. Gleason able editorship of Mrs. Anna M. Mar Advertising.:; It Is merely a question of IN this the case along the lino of the sale at the store of Julius Kline, Tltunvllle MfllIsrs. Romor Glllls and !Robert Murray

E Mr. W. n. II. Gleason of Eau Gallle,, cotte, is again before us, it having; made asking hard enough and long enough Florida East Coast Railway There are three hundred shirtwaists, all the managers of the hotel, received the
i pleasant visitors to town this week, its Initial bow to the general public on and often enongh; anlln the right way. today miles of pineapple Holds as thrifty entirely new, aai4 not two colors a Ike. people with their usual courtesy, whilea
y came to give testimony in the Hunt Saturday last. This la the fifth seasonof Sometimes:: takes a good while to find and nourishing BIt they were In the autumn They are the finest goods ever large corps of liveried servants wore

B, in which further testimony will be publication, and the ADVOCATE congratulates out the right way but there Is a right of '04. In many plantations where brought to Indian River, and should stationed at their respective posts Inside

en at Eau Gallle. We acknowledge a Mrs. Marcotte upon the unbounded way for everything.-Billboard Adver- common fruit was grown, choice plants be seen to be appreciated. Will be and outside this magnificent/ hotel. The

ant call from the above party. success of the Tatler-which l is tising. have been substituted, a direct gain to sold at M cents each, usual price being annual opening; of Hotel Ponce de Leon

The Rev. James Bolton who has generally conceded to be the leading and -The remains of the late Wm. Alex the growers, as the coot of producing the $l.2S: each. Is an Important event, and, a large number

friends on Indian River, still best society paper in Florida. A perusal Higgins, of the Cuban filibustering choice fruit Is no more, while the prices JULIUS KM.IK, Tltusvllle. of visitors and towspeople are alwaysin
ay at Cocoanut Grove. The, reIns of its pages proves to us that It is fullyup steamer Commodore, which foundered obtained for them Is multiplied several attendance, to view the beauties of

ntleman has been affiliated with rev.the to the standard former years, andIt off Port Orange, Sunday morning, Jan. 3, times. Orange groves that have been Accident at Miami./ the Interior. Messrs. Gillis & Murray
lethodlst Church for but lacks nothing in brightness and topics arrived at Salem, Mass, last Sunday. cultivated are tiourlshing..and some fruit have made themselves very popular since
now embraced the many years, I of general Interest. May continued success The funeral wa held at the undertakingrooms ripened in this city, while at Ormond and ; they undertook the management( of the
itb Congregational I be Its reward.Mr. and was attended by a. Urge along; the Indian River some was hip- While out carriage riding Wednesday I above hotel, and many northern visitorsto
which in
secures Mr. Bolton an I. ped. In St. Augustine shrubbery and afternoon, Miss Llllie Albury, of Key the ADVoCATE cilice have spoken In
crowd. those In attendance
meat and faithful worker. II. M. Flagler and Mr. and Mrs, Among were West who Is with George Curry and
the members of the Celtic Literary Society trees have almost replaced those des I very high terms of them. The office
I -The schooner I E. M. Ashley, also Mr. J. C. Salter, Oleanders 'family at Hotel Conolly, was thrown Ulllls will be In
E. C. L., i In of which Illgglns bad been a mem- troyed. are especially staff Is a good one. Mr.
mmand of Capt. John Simonson, withr. arrived in Titusville, from Dade County,, ber In South Boston. thrifty; the gorgeous bl"nonllthat from a buggy, receiving very painful In- charge of the front part of Hotel Ponco

Henry II. Dreyer as first mate, left in Mr. Flagler's private car, about three grows so luxuriantly Is now In bloom, juries. Miss Albury's companion was de Leon, while Mr. Murray will devote
ere, Friday last, on an extended cruise o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, and left for I and roses grown out of doors are as beau- Miss All ma which Dr. Jackson dressedthe his time to the culclne department. Mr.
the Florida keys and other places.r. Tampa at nine o'clock the same morn REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS, contain tiful as their sisters reared In hot houses wounds, are very painful. James 1C. Sangster will occupy the position
and Mrs. E. C. Lawrence, of Utica, ing, over the J: T. & K. W. Railway ing from five to fifteen yards, regular -St. Augustine Tatler, The accident Is deeply regretted, as Miss of room clerk; George W, Glbbn,
Vice-President J. K. Parrott and 15: cents yard will be offeredfor
Supt. price per Albury was a general favorite here. l
f. Y., who were on board, have charter- cashier; .1. 1C. Thurbe, assistant cllaler.
R. T. Goff also returned with the above sale at six cents yard. Do not
the yacht for a two or three months''' per H. W. Warner, night clerk; and D. C.
ilse. party to Tltusville, and left for St. Au- fall to call and see these bargains before WHITE CHIFFON, fifty-three Inches Fenn mull clerk.

gustine after the departure of Mr. Flag- they are all disposed of. wide, very pretty, neat and stylish, for Out of Sights
ler and party. They attended the opening JULIUS KLINE' Titusville. trimming ladles' dresses, former price -

Bones Wanted. dinner at Mr. Flagler's new palatial hotel $1.00 per yard but now selling at the Those 5-cent boxes of candy for the ,. -Divine service at E.iu Gallie on Sun

Royal Palm, at Miami. For Sale low price of 70 cents per yard. children at Cbaffee & Co's. day next, the 21th Inst., at 10:31): a. m.

Save your bones and send them to the Junes KLIXC, Titusville. and 7:30:: J 0). nt., by Archdeacon B. F.
One Hundred and of land
sixty acres
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- BIG DISCOUNT ON HATS and trimming Brown. There will also be services In
miles from Cocoanut Grove
M containing
onvllle, Fla. Will pay each for them. Mrs. Reynolds Titusville Fla. Now Is Your Chance the Titusville Episcopal church on Sunday
five-roomed house, 2,500 fruit
BIG DISCOUNT ON HATS and trim the 81st Inst., Mr. Brown Informs us.
trees; 2>tf acres In grape fruit and citrus mings. Mrs. Reynolds, Tltusville, Fla. To buy dolls and toys of all description

JENTS. CLOTHING In all the latest HIGH GRADE AND FASHIONABLE trees l.SOO pineapple plants, 1,300 ofwhich cheap, for cash. Mrs. H. W.. Reynolds

materials and fashions, are now for Ladles' Genta. and Children's shoes at will soon be In bearing. Will Mil Tltusvllle, has a few left over CORSETS, 1C. & (t.-Regular .1.0' ...-
sale at the price astonishingly: A big stockto cheap for cash. f'J.600:balance on time. Only ARE YOU SMOKING one of those from Xmas to dispose of. Including seta will be offered for sale on &1..n.IIf)

EAOLK CLOTHUTO' STORE select from atJULIn require. $750 cash; on time. fine pipes from Chaffee & Co's bureaus, washing seta, pianos, books, next, the :iHth' Instant, at 83 ceut

Tltusvllle, Fla. LU''a, Tltu vll1e. W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. Great I aren't they ? etc., etc. I JULIUS KLI3K, Tltu vl.l....



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' tT;, >1 l : j 2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JANUARY 22, 18 7.f --

!\, SOCIAL, OSTRACISM. Alderman F. Philips Is the fourth Hebrew -'' P.lati.g .........-/... Florida East Coast Railway ";

to hold the office of mayor
Merit EAU OALLIB:, Jan. 14, '07. London since the abolition of the Hebrew 'a little gum water and-ox gall are FOJUIKRLY TUB
; generally used, says The Art Interchaqgo. -
disabilities In England
Editor Advocate: Some colorists add a little carbonate Jacksonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway

Made and Merit Maintains theconfldenoe Of all the worst,Issues that are cateredto of soda to the water but this Time Table In Effect Ju..e 13tb. 1896. .

of the people la Hood' Saraapartlla. I f a and practised by an enlightened people Rheumatism Is a foe which gives no has a tendency to affect the colors. Rub

I medicinecure.youwhen sick; it It makes in this the waning of progresslve quarter. It torments its victim day and bing the surface with India rubber il I South Bound. North Bound. iI!

wonderful everywhere than beyond night. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies tbe also resorted to, and, again, many paint- lit
. cures ninteenth century social ostracism Is,, .
blood and the aches and of :No. .
\ I cures pains in STATIONS.N0''
F r'' i question that medicine poaaesnes merit.Made undoubtedly the arch-fiend of Us cata- rheumatism. I ers, after having dampened the print SUTION8. No8L _No3T._ 21O209 96 18. No.32. :: .;

i: ,j water simply lick the sarfuee of the ..I_111/1/ a 701II ........ .. ... Lv Mlami .. ... .. see a. m -" .. 6 analArt.
gory. Its cruel stamp-deep-dyed In photograph with the tongue and applY; JackMonvllle.. 10:11I: a11:11): II ........ .. InLemon City.... 1110 am' n 38a, t
I Augustine( . . .. . Lv l.'t Lau.l..rllale.. 11117 a 10" 24.1 'i
: I' shame-is forced Into the lives of Its Hood's Pills Are the best family cathar- Still 10311 a 7
is-wet 8t AIII.\'URtlne.
the color while the surface .11.11I: a. .. .... ... .. .. Lvl.l..ton.... .. .. 6112am"" 03sa njLwWPalmBeacb
victims, and places thereon a stigma tie and liver medicine. Centle, reliable, li to.coat the surface LvG.Palatka_ - 730am'.. ..
another .. \tIOa
\. I ArPalatka..I\IIOa ........ ...... ....
which no lengthy time can e'er efface sure. ,, of the photograph with a weak solution Lv 1'aiatka........? :IO Milo.._....... _.... .... ,_ LJen'LvW II JUIlter. ...... .. 8 t 06a9 am pm... ..12 4. I'
I It is an attribute. of bell and helllsbness of isinglass containing; a few drops of Ar San Maters ..-.. Oflp .... ... .. .... Lv Eden" .... ...... 1I04am" 812 32 J1, (
A-I, I : ;l I i That Is Just the truth about Hood'i Sari Ranjitiulnhji the ,Indian prince now; surface should Lv Ban Mateo ... 1000110.?..., .. ...... Lv Fort Pierce.... 1140am'" . 8. 1
We know It merit -a beacon for deceit, hypocracy, and a alcohoL In any case the il-----L. Keb....t 1 .. .... 1089 am.... .01'Lv
; ... / "
possesses Is
\ i I aparilla. with snobbishness and self- being educated in England, an expert I be damp from being soaked in water: Orn. .. .... 1071' ... .. ..... ...... ... Lv 1 to.elan 1144 am"
;G' i I. i because it cured, not once or: twice or a bicyclist. He has made forty-three century i .before applying colors.. A solution of: Lv Lv I>lIylinna.Oranowwmvnm: .. 1 III P .. ... .. .... .... ...... I1v Molbourne..... 1128 am...... ."" ,
I j hundred times, but in thousands and conceit. N ... 1110 1p .. .. .... .... ..".. Ran Oallle..htla 1133 am.. ... .
I' 4
, f runs to date.Buckingham's arable is used; also a solution of Lv ...... LvLv Reekletl ...... .;.. re
I thousand)* of cases. We know it cures, gum LvTltulVllle....., 2M P .... .... .... ge
1 I"" I I With pity do I look upon those unfortunates .f. ,.. .. .... 1211\1\ .....
the .... LvCestw pm. .
absolutely, permanently, when all others I ounces of Russian glue with lame LY'oclla..... .... a31 p ;.... ... .4.. ..... ..... .
.. ..... l.v Titusville. 12 fAI I' m .....
who are classed as its victims; in i 8 LY lids .. ... . .. '
We dissolved RcmkleclJI'C
''' 1\\ tail to do any good whatever. repeat Is quantity of white soap Lv New Smyrna... J 00 ..... ::,
ss I Dye for the Whiskers Lw Eau Gallle .... 408 P .. ... ....... ... pm. ?
and shame fills the marrow of my every a popular preparation In one bottle, and I pints of hot water to which is added 2 LvMelbollrne..... 41a I' ....."." ..... .. ".?. LVPort Orange. .... 222 I' u ...... ,.
I .. .. .. ... .... .... .. pm ..... .
I bone as I view those of my fellow beings colored evenly a' brown or black. Any ounces of powdered alum and ail ounce Lv lUlae and 5T P ... .. 410110 .. ..; LvOrmondDayt00a..1...... 2288 p : I

Hood'sSarsaparilla who engage in this God-forbidden practice. person can easily apply it at home. of ox llaU.WANTEDF. 06 I'P ..... .. 1118 a ....... lvE..tl.a .., 423 p m.... ... :.:::""
::' 1\\ P ..... .. teal a .,.... ArSR" Mateo .... 'iili "')p -...... -. -.
I' .... .... 801a ... .. LvBanMateo... 300pm.. ? :
Who Is unwise or false enough to dare It Is stated that Olive Schreiner and 311 p ........ .... ...... ..-P-I k a.......... 460 I'-'Ii" :
p .... .... 1130 a ... .... .. .. .
I Insinuate that so-called social custom Is her husband will visit Europe together MEN OR I.v Un ton 8 oU II ... ... II 08 a :::::: Lv 'alatka. 400p m ... ;..;:. n
Bt .::::----I: 1.
Vv Ft Laoderdale. 9811 I' ........ .1111 a...... Augustine 1110 p m :
J a safe warrant for such an act ? Is man before the year Is out. travel for responsible Lv Lemon City... 1020 P .....,.. 300 a ... ... Lv St AUJustine. 616 P m 9 ann.. p 1
.g l. I I I'I'J I I In the best-In'&cUhe One True Blood Purtfter.I' thus enabled to establish a custom established house In Floiida. Salary Arl\lIaml.... .... 1030 p ...... 326 a .., .. ArJacklonvllle. .. 6M p m 816a ::.. ''

"'r/ nauaealndlgeetton, I 780 and expenses. Position per'man- A. a W. BRANCH i
which is to act to
I' as a precedent Holy Jacksonwlllo .
,.' floods PHISbtllouauesas .2 oenta. Almost every ODe occasionlly wishes ent. Reference. Enclose self..addrelliled Trains 31, 82, 37. and 78 between '
I Writ ? God forbid. Star and Bt.Augustine, daily :NORTH 110UN1 ./.
\ The "National
that he was a twelve-year-old boy, so stamped envelope. -T .
f' I I ., '"Judge not, that ye be not Judged." lasurance Bldg., Chlcagu.Dayto"a Train 20tI between Miami and Fort Pierce STATIONS No 2 \--o
1 and that he could run away from home. dully except Montlay ----r- ---I
: t I Free Oht I unwise and unholy man, who does Ar New Bnyrna.. 123111' II aop :'" I. :
01 Bt. dally
r All other trains sOlltb Augustine Lake le..I..n 1'.1 asp 4 slip .
I profess a Cbvlst and Ills Christianity., except Sn.d ay. I.... Orange City l 1260p:i a MjI:1; ::: : Ji
;r Accepted, Masons Whom among you Is perfect P O. City Juno IMp '1':

"I It Is with a deep feeling of regret that .....<. .."..!... ..".'."..."!.".... SOUTH BOUND. -t. ,

v" t i I engage In this unpleasant subject; but BTATIONS. No 3 No.l No, XoJ-,
Indian Titusvllle duty urges me to the task of enlistingthe L. New Smyrna 2205p 9lOa : .

i t I I River/ y\ Fla. !' sympathy of my fellow men In this Sale & Transfer Stables. I.v" Orange Lake!!: HelenI City \301p Slop' 10/\lOa 1122a/ .? ,: : 'lj,I

Lodge No. 00 worthy cause. Oh I that we could be Livery Ar O. City Jl1ne. 8 cap it 30a .. .

,I Holds Its meetings the second and fourth Friday more generous and less discriminatingin Tl elle Time TableT shows the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart fn" GI.
r.L I i of each. month, at the Court house Titus-. the choice of our companions. Have THE FINEST TURNOUTS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. the urn er vl stations but their arrival or departure nt the times stated is not nmrnptcocl: nor dw '
hold Itself for delay or consequences arising: therefonn.F.
\ I the Co many responsible any any 1
I f i dleat7d30p.m.A. you ever felt the pangs incident to the ..:.:
I Business Trans O. WILLIAMS, Ant.:
\ \ T. Feaster, Worshipful Master.Oeo. making of an apology for introducing I Hauling, Carting, etc. Horses boarded and a General Livery TitUBVllle A ".t Gen'l Passenger Agent.
'.... I I j, 't 4 W. Hcoble, Senior Warden. I acted. Charges reasonable. All orders will receive prompt and careful atteo\lon. \\i
;,:. : I 1C. F. Hall, Junior Warden. among your circle of select few, a companion Fifty miles of roads for driving and riding.

r; I j I B. It. Wilson, Treasurer.J. who bad been ungenerously discriminated C. H. PELLICIER, Proprietor

8:: I [ Mendel Secretary. against by certain ones of Take. the .Yellow Hack, Third Avenue.
: M. 8. Sams, Senior( Deacon.J. that circle ? I have known such an Incident The Tropical Trunk Line.
I. J. A. Junior Deacon.
I i Happersette,
to have happened; and other similar -
ii' I' A. A. Stewart, T. II. 8andors stewards.II.

::)'(." :, I I.i A.. A.Froscher Geiger,, Tyler.Chaplain. the same occasions time,have had often the Introduction arisen when been, at THE PAINT STORE. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway,,

sustained said associate. would have added H. DUKKEE Receiver.
r DEPARTMENT.!I : : materially to the moral Intellect,, '

:; good etiquette and social prominence of SOUTH Time Table In Effect Deo. 20.'00. NORTH -
I : the community.I ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS, No.:"j | O-O--No.: 21. No.23 1'011.82. No. 78. I Xo. )>
:-::-: t marloop -8-:30a- Lv.... ...JACK80NVILLE..Ar 7 3O am 640pm\Uv4
t I Lodge: do not place myself before you as a ..... .. Mixed 966p 8 era ..... ....Orange Park.. ..... .... 6 62 am 6 12 p ml Mix
f"", TItiiavllle! Good Templar .. .... Mo W'y 943plOlOp 9 Ola ...... ... .... .Veorla.. ......... ..... 640am609am 6 04 p m Tiietdn .
---- revolutionist, but I aim to sustain a ......... and Frl ... ... ..' ...Majnollh.) ... ........... .. ..... Tilling\\ 1(3
I mandate which was handed 'X7a11 gapers .. ... . ...... 9 27 a ....Green Cove Springs. .... ... 6iapin &Sa!:
a' ., } :Mrs.: Wm. Woodward C. T.: Mr. Chan. ages ago .. .... .... .... ?. .. .. .. ....JtOBtWlCK. ......n ..... .. .. .. s'i''
Gardner, sec down to the whole world by One whose ....?.. io'drin: 1130p io'odn ? .... ..... .Palatka.;.... ,... ... 6ooS'iii 466pm429pm adapt ,
t' l Ii' I Meets Tuesday night at the doctrine Is adhered. to by all Christian ......... II IHn 1204a 10 42a ...... ......... flatsuma., ...,.... ...,. 428am414am 2zpt( :
>i' every Cold Water ]? ilit. .?. ? 11 46a 12 10 a labia ?...?,. .,.;'. Pomona..... .. .,...... 4171< m IMp.-,\
Presbyterian church. Public meeting nations, but violated by a host of so- Outside t .. .. ... 12 tap 12 30 a 11 07a ?......Crescent Cl ty Junction .. .... 868am888am 408pm i26pij12Mil ;
I ,, first Tuesday In the month. .. ..... 1 COp 12 66 a136a 112:111.: .... ........Seville............ ... 8 46 p m 4
: Edited REv II. GOODELL.. called Christiana. .... .... 230 p 11 Ma. .. ...., ?.DeLeon Springs....... ... '2 64 a m 21ftI'm' 1110.1'?
4qq I .: by I love race of people and honor I. E. BAIRD & CO. .... .... 2B8 p 2 IT.a200ft 11 OUp ...... .. ..... GlenwoodBeresford ......... ,.... 24Ham280am !'l
} : I my ... 400 p 12 17a12SBa ..? ........ .... .......... 808pm103a.,4
I The people fancy that they rule In this their achievements; but shame permeates ..:.. .... 430 p. ,,.... < .. lAr.( ....... pm... I
,..... .... DeLand ,... ...
........ 820 p .........11 SIMLvl' \f { Lv.. ........ .3121' 111 '' .' &
+ \ country but the fact Is, In many cases, my whole soul when I call to mind 52 West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .... .... ...... ........... $12 IWp44Dp: ....... ... ..Enterprise.---.. 11 18 am .. IVOdOai
,i''iI'! I the liquor dealers rule the law-making their custom of social ostracism. Can .. .. .... ..... .. ........ Ar ........TITl'SVILLK....... I''L'v t910aOl. .
I bodies, and the people pay the bills.\] In we not get some pleasure out of everyone Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.. :::::::: :::::::: ::::: : :: :::.:, ::.......Sorrento..Faola. ...:..:::::: ::: ::::: ::::: : LA

I I and .... .. ..... ....... 346(1. ..... ......Mt Dora......., ..... ... ..;... .... 645am..
I proof of this, Uonfort's Wine SpiritCircular and thus derive blessing which -------------- .... .. ....
1 .. .. .... ... .... . 4 alp Ar..Tavares... .. ... ..I v .. .. 4 6 30 a in "
., r / In speaking of the influence) of wifl counter-balance some of our other .... ... B20 p 300 a -1 OOp Ar.... .... .. .Snnforrt.............Lv 138am IlIlIam
.. ........ ,...... ....
.. .... ....... .Altamonte Springs.
1 I the National Retail Liquor-Dealers' Asa many !imperfections t NOW IS THE TIME */ ** ** ........ .. ..... .. ....... .......Winter Park. ..........?. .
........ .. ; .... 4-20 a 2 18p ..;.,..... ......Orlando.. .. ......... 12 08 p m 1205am1038am ... ',
i sedation says/ : G. W. JIA VS. ........ .... .... ...KlsDimmeeHartow ........ .... '
IJI!!; I I I "'Since the organization of the national TO Place Your Orders for ..... .. .... .... Ar............. Jo... ......Lv .. };
: ORANGE LEMON & GRAPE-Fruit Trees .... .... .. 860 a 422p ........ .. .,,..Lakeland ..,,....., ... 930pm708pm .'
t::r; j I. body, no objoctlonal measure has become "1 have boon a victim to terrible headaches ..... .. ..,. .....t114oa 4 4fip ., ,... ...... ... 1010 a m .
p' law at for Instance the ," writes C. F. Newman Dug Spur, ........ ........ IIl10p| ArPunta GortlS.Lv ... .... t11o0PmC530a I II
a Washington- Va. "and have found The Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions In freight for 00 days. .. ..... ........ SolAr. ... ..... ....Tampa .......... .Lv 380pm 926am.. d
"I I defeat. of the proposed Increase of the never anything to Take advantage of this generosity by placing orders with Geo. H. ..... ,. .. .... .... ... .Tama' Kay Hotel., .... ... ... .
I I relieve them so quickly as Ayers Tills. your Wright, ..... .. .... .... 0x-Oa 8 Kip: Ar. .. ...... Port Tampa .. .. .....Lva7lnpmc945am....
I beer tax ; the proposed Increase of the Since I began taking this medicine, the Orlando/ FJ;,., where you can get ..... .. MnnandThur.1 10 Ohp Lv. .. ...... Port.Tampa......,.. .Ar 230p m Thurs. and<1 Run.
t retail Hijuor-dunlcr's\ / tax from $::15! to $.">0; attacks have been lens frequent, till .... .... Tiles Friday.Weil 3 ()('p Ar...... ... ....Key West..... .. ....Lv 980 I' m Wed. and Sat ",
I they Strictly First-class Stock True to Nameand .... .. and Hnt. 6 OOa Ar . . ...Havana. .. ... .. Lv 1230pm Wed. and Sat
r I the defeat of the hICI'Oof\ the license have ceased altogether. I

I I'' foe In the Dlstilot of Columbia from MOO at Low Prices. Dally Daily except Sunday.
/ The (' Thing. Trains 21 and :C2: Carry Through Pullman Bullet Bleeping Cars.
I I ; !nr" Write for prices or call on Train 23, leaving: Jacksonville dAily at 8:00: a m., arrives. at Hawthorne at 11:08: Gaine>rll> f
prohibiting" :) 1:67: Ocala I2SO:( 1'. Lpottburir 0:44: Ilrooksville 7:20: p. m. Train leaving: Jacksonville at 8no: .B,
I any : Planting must be begun right, else no GEO. II. WRIGHT Orlando, Fla. arrives at Oakland 4:13: : a. m., Ij cr>"nheo 6:40: p.,m., Tarpon Springs 9.20 p. m., Clearwater I
I ., Bt. Petersburg; II :Ift p. m., dally except Sunday. ,
I IUHS, all of which can be iittrlhued to the amount of cultivation or fertilizer can W. B. COFFIN- Q. D. ACKERLY "J

work of tho national association" prevent the crop being a failure. The Oeneral Superintendent. General Passenger AiK"

I That tells 'In one paragraph who ls first step is the selection of the seed. Do BRICK BRICK .. .
BRICK ---- --------- -- ------ ------
I boss when It comes to dealing with tho not take any risks here. Get seeds that
you can depend upon-seeds that are fresh ':
I I liquor trafllo. When the National Con-, that have a reputation behind them. The florida (Central & peninsular gailroal'

7, I gruss surrenders to the bulldozing:: or the The most reliable seeds grown In this ,J

persuasive power of tho gin-mills! It country are Ferry's Seed Wherever .

I looks as If It was/ high time for good seeds arc. sown the name of D. M. Ferry East Coast Brick Co.
I r & Co., of Detroit, Mich., Is a guaranteeof Short Line between Florida and all :Nortl'ern Points. .tit 1
people to take the temperance question
I' quality and freshness. The greatest Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville. 1/1/
I I Into politics and settle It. care and strictest caution are exercised. Baltimore ., '
Jacksonville Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington .
,v At recent meeting of the Liquor In distribution the growing of, selection, packing and Florida.Are Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East. II",",
I G, League of Ohio one of the ofllcers delivered their seeds. Not Only .4
must they be fresh, but they. must be ANU FACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK AND Cincinnati!,. .
an address, from which the following HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor Everett :Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louiiville, 1.
true to On
f. I name. a par with the quality and Chicago. !
t Is extract of the. seeds U reaching points on the East Coast Will give very lowest prices.J. .
) I an :it Ferry's Seed Annual for Everett Birmingham, Holly Springs Memphis, Little Rock; Kansas City, St
t t. i i ". "The success of our business Is dependent eighteen ninety seven, the most comprehensible S. SMITH, Jr., Oen'l Manager, Louis, Chicago; Sioux City.Hlver .
and valued book of the kind I Pensacola New Orleans exlco Califonn\
largely upon the creation of Jacksonville Fla. Junction Mobile Texas \ f
for drink. Men who drink ever printed. Every planter, Urge and .. and the Pacific Coast. Effective Nov. 27 1896. t
I small should read and '
\ I get, digest this
.' t. i I. liquor like others, will die, and If there book before planting a single seed. It Is I SAW AND FLANINOMILL8 JACKSONVILLE YARD, eLeaar ville8:20 We w:York a. Kxpren,No.with 38 Through, leave Jj Pi...:

I i ; U no new appetite created our counters free to all who address the firm as above Pnlatkn Flu. :E. Bay_St., Foot of C..tbel'lne.WILSON TL&NTA, e u n. Sleeper for Savanna;. Columbia'!: WaohlnutMRalUmore I'

I t 1\1\ will be 'empty, as will be our collars i 0 a 8 x, s. ata. Eastern ,point Philadelphia Connect New for York Femandlo, '''\ ** ;\|.

: tJl 1 After men liuve grown anti their habit Road) Ayer's Almnnno which your drug. CYPRESS COMPANY w,,, o 0,. k, : kI"" Arrives Jacksonville 9:U: p. m. jljji i l)

.1 j I I havo formed they rarely ever change In ,gUt will gladly hand you, and note the O et OF t New York Vaat Mall No. 36. '"fifF '
I wonderful euros of rheumatism catarrh cp aco"r + Jacksonville m. for .,
Manufacturers of .f t a : p. daily A'lUmle/J\lI'
B this It will be therefore
regard. needful :
I scrofula, dyspepsia! eczema debility, N .AVANa1tl ern point and for Fernandina.. 'jonvllle
that work be> lono. humors and ?01 F 9:00 A. m. t..;
nilttiiionary sores, by the use' of Ayor's +9
it I:4 : among, tho boys, and I make the augRestlon Sarsaparilla, tho only Sarsaparilla admitted Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. # Ar ., 3., J Ashevllle Route. Through: Pullman Slecpi Coi'la< .:
7 3y Car service
for Cincinnati via jbla
\ the k4w r lavannlnbt
at World's Fair. P Fvx ,
:1 goutlotue'u, that nickels ex a tveK-I ,Ashevllle Hot Springs: tbrnng a i

r.:' l'emloolin treats to the boys now will\ A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings shingles, v tr .r a ; .o the Carolina Celebrated ArrIve.Mountain Cincinnati Country 7.13 a.of in-> 1 lit -

'I' 4 return In dollars U> your tills after the Coffee has boon raised snccossfully in lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress F ALA, 6 o.x e turning arrive Jacksonville 9:00: a m Y

appetite, him been fur mod. Above all Glrard county Ky., because Elder Jacob mouldings of all\ patterns a specialty J a.AOwN7 Q BCe '
DSOtN Ifnl
,. Only Lin Through the Bean
things create appetite NowLind. an old school Baptist When at home a .
minister write
us when
I prices; up our way come and see us. w t CoaatryooflMlydaiIeavelorldaunrene 1x15 ,. '

Could any stronger condemnation of declined to be moved by ridicule and B _ .__ __ ___. .__._ _. _. e OL n ..a for Lake City, Live Oak Madison,e..ontkv0close : ,! |
r Idb-
II the saloon bunlnoitN be put into language was determined to make it grow. Kay. v a. Tallahassee River Junction, 1'ensacola, 3 Cat'o '
OF New Orleans, and the outhwet, Mexico
I i hail this from the mouth of a saloon ,_ _. A fornla and the Parlrlo Coast. Carrie Si05Pa';:; .

advocate ? Moreover it Is official advice. Y F z I 0 0 1 ti Arrive Jacksonville'1:110: a. m.
Henry Nontraml/a York t '
'f r'k I retired HARRY MASON & CO. -
k given to men doing business In a state merchant, who died recently, 'l Leaven Jacksonville:111.. m. forStarke.HjJ'J
{I \ the laws of which make It n crime to was one of the mostnotcd| i ,a? tliorne, Silver Spring:, Ocala flamenllJ'iFOrl&-
e, conchologittta N :Key Wild wood, Leesbure
\ t give or sell liquor to any one under age in the world\ and leaves collection of ( tl (Orlando Lacoochee, Datle City, Plant 16
l II. MASON A CO. Jobbers in Flue Imported Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:M p.m.
To create ,
I an for
t appetite liquor starts shells of great value.Exposure lip of t1t. ; \ .{ -

'I the victim on his way to destruction, and W Buy Street FtORIO CENTRAL Florida Limited Leave Jsonvllle '.1",1'Clnl'lnnatiand 1'1''"'

: I yet a champion of the evil traffic advises to OLseiuxeDoes JACK O VILLE. Liquors and Cigars High and *>Af alaa, a little over 8:45: 24 p.hour m. Solid to (Cincinnati Ventlbule Train-via ;>'11CI"a :;"- ]

that this is dono because there Is money ENIhSULAR R.R. Atlanta.Chattanooga. Connect for Naa6tUksee |"
Lnulivllle, : and all point..oHb Iw
: in It. "Above all things, create appetite not necessarily mean the contraction Connections 't t. ,

l, I r' Above all things, we say, sup of disease provided! the system Grade Whiskies Etc. "aarr air a.n oa ,ILOa7DA. Kansan. City Line No. 30. For Macon" 'Cliex' ,41''> I
Is In a vigorous condition with the blood Innta. Hlrmlnnham Mem his, KannaiTbrouRh
the saloon. .. .. In 4
press all\ the In """' -* : Pullman Sleeper without change
\ I when organs action. -- hour to Kansas City The route I le via NaroAtlanta

t.I' There are two reasonable things ever'body readily In resisted such a condition and the ,disease contagion Is Whbklelmport. --and-DomelUc; Dells. R0c01c and Rye.. . .... .JacklOnvllle". Birmingham 00 Holly a m.s .Spring.,for Momphl Springfield, and Kana City. No. 39 ratur J

; should do: take good care of ono's can find no lodgment. Hood's germs lirandfea-I.nueatleapplepeach........blackberry..... and poach a..d bone,. . ,SffiEs! 'eo a. m.-Lea\'e Jacksonville for mnawlck by the Cumberland Route steamer and CU" .
I SarsaparIlla OlnHolbwd.OldTom. el . .... . ..... berlan115001111.4e10\ .
I: ,. health; and if lost regain It quickly, and Is the best medicine to build up the Rllm ..... .......... .. ... .. ..... ..... ...., ..". .. ''', ". .". ..... ........ ..lrom.I. fIperlital : Po m.-lacaiforRverett. CloeeconnectionforBrunswick. raa'l
\f to this everybody will And there WIneePort Sherry Catawba, Muscatel ... ., Shortest and gnickeeti'
la"1 ,
agree. system because It makes ; etc., from ... .$ dart P. M.-l.ocal for Tallahassee 1
I are a great multitude of people who pure, rich Clarets--Flnestilratl.I ; .... ,,:... .... :::::;;. .;;.. :::.frum$22spercaae: i I.nopergal 9'iO: P.M.-For Tampa andlntermediatepoint..Pullman.leepen. Jack8onviiie9.15a.nl.: '*a
; ; I agreed that for both Simmons are blood and pure blood Is the basis of Bottled -r.. .. .. ......... ..... ....... ..... .... .... ....... .. ... ...from '1.30 perdos. Through Sleepers. for via Asheville, l..v88 Arrire Jacksonville arrive>Acne.:. ?.
purposes good health. In cold weather It Is tills at '.48 p. m, :
Liver Regulator especially yf AH other FIDe Brands at equally Low Price 1.40 p.m.,antv. CIncinnati 7.1& a. m.
Is the beet
,. am troubled with helper.liver "I necessary to keep up the health Jugs and demijohn will be packed In boxes, when requested, without Steamer For Macon"Manatee"Atlanta, two Trains Da1t7. Leave Jacksonville 8x0: a. m.and 6:45 p.m. .
t. torpid and tone, because the body I la subject to coat. refunded extra from Tampa for Rraldentown and Manatee River polntB.
Money for .
nothing gives relief so quickly a* Slm- greater and liable dis "empties" when Mturned. Express Company wID 1'nlltaa SleepeR on all Night TraI..
exposure more to
f not take liquor C. O. D. Bend
won. Liver money with order to save delay and tro..ble. aIIeDd for Bet Indexed
r Regulator.-R. It. Township of
X.p Florida
Strange, ease Hood's Sarsaparilla. Is the safeguard 10 .
Send for Price
List call
Jake City, FlaT of upon MASON A CO., N. S. PENNINOTON
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Sessional Cards. FOR THE BABY'S USE. A Practical, Tllniitratlon* DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES ,I

Willie (reading-Pa) what is .a "prevaricating E
minion of Boelzehub? aence
STS A GRAHAM, Pa-A man who disagrees with you Citrus Trees at reduovd pilctw. Are !

FROM THE' ENGLISH. politically my sou.-Philadelphia' Rec: budded at the ground on -l-yenr-old
1t TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ord. Plot Ida Rough LellwII. utocka. y.CXX of has proven conclusively that

them are Tardily others are Pnrnou
IOUBS:-From 10 to 12 a. TO. Dainty Fabric. In Pleasing; Color*-Model better grapes and peaches,
Brown Ruby .
Ia an. English Sunday School. TuuKurtno, HomomwiHH' ,
and 2 to 4 p. m. Cote and Basket,. With Minute Direction "And what ia tho capital of Egypt?" Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, itOo. 1 THEPLANT and more of them, are produced

BVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. For Draping the) Bamo-Bedipreadand London." each, itt.25; per KM). when Potash i.
)t 108. Canopy of Silk. Boone's Eaily A. Mott's Wood, 0o. ; liberally ap-

r L.ice. In all the courts-state and fedLh' "Correct.New York Evening.Jour: each, $''0 per 100. plied. To insure a full crop of{

.Mice for examining and perfecto Nowadays the shop are full of charm- nal. Satsuma and Mandarin, 40o. each. .
U... lug fabrics of pleasing colors. Perhaps Lamb Orange, 1 5k>;, each. choicest quality use a fertilizer

I none of these attracts the mother' eye State of Ohio, City of Toledo, )l 8- Seedless Grape Fuult, AOo. each, $41) containing not less than 10%

. IRY-ELWES to the.ame extent as do the linens which Lucas County. J per 100. SYSTEM.Notice
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Also all of the varieties of peaches .
made In all aorta of colorings. '
1 are pretty
Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. that are known to be beat suited to this\ Actual Potash.
NOTARY PUBLIC, The hades of pink: are quite ideal. Cheney & Co., doing business in the Cityof :South Florida section, Including the

STATE AT LARGE. There are also .a beautiful green, .a bright Toledo, County and State aforesaid new Free Stone Orange pencil, that J

'Writing, taxes paid for non- canary yellow, a. sand colored linen and that said firm will pay the sum of rlglnated In Orange county, and l& the Orchards and vineyards treat-

rents and accounts. collected, and varieties of heliotrope and blue that ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each best peach yet out for this section, to Travelers. ed with Potash are
Correspondence solicited.lie lend themselves to all purposes. and every case of Catarrh that cannot be compara-
Florida. Naturally enough, moat mothers decide cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. tively free from, insects and

despite the long list t; of so called Frank J. Cheney. ORLANDO NURSERY, Prop' If disease.All
you contemplate! a trip to point plant .
Sworn to before and any
me subscribed ia
)K 8. JONES, new shades, that the hue known as Winter Haven Flax
this 6th of December North East PoUwh thcmnktof) !t.. .. .ctual, ..
my presence, day West or to Florida u hy -
of all.
"baby blue" is quite the prettiest A. D. 1800. fwnnunl on the IMM (mm im .h.11....... Stale*-I*
It certainly is admirably suited to the point, for reliable Information through old In a llttl bonk which we publinh) .ncl will gladly
LTTORNETATLAW.BREVARD : [seal] A. W. Oleason, ....".. to nay tuner\In Aaurlot who will writ fur It.
little people's frocks and has been sao.n. We Send it Free !
rates and
ILLE, CO., FLA Notary Public.Hall's convenient schedules, GERMAN.oN-KALI WORKS 5. New,York.f

I' Catarrh Cure is taken Internally write to the undersigned, who will
and acts directly on the blood and -TOWeak-
uy Judge of Brevard County. mucous -
all letters
promptly, and give
surfaces of the system. Send for

testimonials, free. you any necessary Information.The NATIONAL
>. L. DODSON, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.23rSold .
Routes offered via. the Plant Home-Seekers
: :: by Druggists, 75o.
DENTIST. System, the equipment and excellent

service, are unsurpassed by any line

Office over postoffice. WANTED to FAITHFUL travel for responsible MEN OR Rejoice With us in the Discovery. Through Sleepers are operated on all

established house In Floilda. Salary trains of this System Insuring Luxury
LE, FLOKIDA. Exchanging Property for Property a
(780 and expenses. Position perman-- When a man has suffered for
years Comfort and
convenience Send of what
every Description
ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed Specialty.
with a weakness that blights his life and
)1 stamped envelope. The National, Star robs him of all that really makes life Address you have, and what yen want.

aG. I MALABAR, Indian River,
\ II complete cure, why not possess the
e tics In all the Court 'of the State I moral courage to stop his downward Dlv. Pa ti. Agt., C. CARROLL!: ,
r and the United State Court Circuit Brevard County I course.
Court or C. If. HOWARD, City Pass Agto: Real Estate Agent.
,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Florida.C. We will send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY -
Money to Loan. 18 FREE, in plain package, the
THE: BABY'S BASEST.oemfully All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S VITAL

REEMAN HALL, employed as the decoration of I>. Flood RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a The Largest and Most Complete -

baby: cots and baskets. Charming illus James. E. Bowman vs. a*sheriff legal guarantee to permanently) cure Establishment South.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW trations are afforded in some nursery of Brevard county, and .,.. Lost Manhood Self-Abuse, Sexual Weakness -

c' & INSURANCE AGENT. Stments of English manufacture, but BO estate officio of admlniBtrator J. A.Tomajo Dwy-the Foreclosure of Emissions, Varicocele and all, unnatural stops forever drains.night Returns ; GEO. S. HACKER & SON

..,me simple any American mother can easily er doceaiuMl. E. L. Dwyer, Lion. ,
Florida. to former emaciated
her Biirvlvlnir husband, and appearances ROYALTANSY.PILLSNEwnleOOVERY.
presenting all the best and strong- duplicate them. Mr*. R. Hudnut and ol' ana.

L rance Companies. Is prepared One of these models is .a baby cot Fred Hudnnt F. Beal.UNDER her, .husband, and No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep MBVRRrAlLMLA

i lines to any amount, anywhere standing on white enameled mounts. tion. If we could not cure, we would .. new,enable and.(.rwllt for imp.prtMHtMl. .
r-8t Coast.E The baby blue linen employed in drape and. by. In virtue the of above a final entitled decree entice made, not send our medicine Free to try, i aziil, ,5. KWMttlv.Wow*.DMN MwnCjr by or or.rpainfulmtmatuntlon. O.00: *
swallows in wherein C. D. Flood and when satisfied. 1"1_ lnTlnormtM thMi !*..
with Is Write nriTMUi
ing it Is embroidered complainant pay to-day, as
James E. Newman aA sheriff etc., et. al., ..... eI ......WMB I Ml Msl 11... Name'
BAY, DADE COUNTY. white and blue flax the blues merging renmndenu,by the Honorable John 1) .oom.are, this may not appear again. ,Mp UfMt..t% in M p plain.r hoc mail bo mend.It. 4o Hunt Intemnfl

f. SWAN, from deep indigo to pale oiel, and it is Judge of said court and dated 28th day of Sep Address Western Medicine r' for ""* *10111.wrapper... |
tember, whereby I Special' Company d.1.gormldre..i ParVRRLVaOALAsa001AT1eN .
Further trimmed with blue and white 181161
? U. S. COMMISSIONER. Master !I the land hereinafter denorlbed; I, Cblc.v I Ill.
tary Public State at handmade pillow' lace manufactured of a* Special Master, a* aforesaid, will, on Monday Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich.
Large. I Sold by J. B. Scrovon only.
Selected flax thread. The curtains, the flounce THE FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY,A D 1897,
; Conveyances made. surrounding the hammock portion of the same being the first Monday In Februaryand
ndence solicited. Address: a le day, within the legal hour of e.a.ew.ew.
View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, the cot and the little cover correspond sale, In front of the court house door. at Titus- WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR .
it I. Office, Ewan's Landing. In style and bows of blue ribbon give a ville, in said county and state, sell for cash to to travel for responsible
the highest bidder therefor, the north-half of WINTERSimWSC
established house in Florida.
pretty finish, to all. The flounce has.a lot 3 and all of lot 4, of section !2I), Salary of
BGE W. ALLEN couple of rows of lace ;Just eased on. south of range 3tI Scot; said land lying anollbe. t780 and expenses. Position perman-- Manufacturers
ing in Brevard county Florida, or BO much ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed ontains no arsenic.H .
Corresponding with the baby cot described thereof as will be necessary to realize the
stamped envelope. The National Star
is a dainty basket, also mountedon amount ordered to be paid by said decree, and Insurance as 35 years success. Doors, Sash, Blinds,
1TTORNEY-AT-LAW the costs of said suit. Dldg. Chicago.
1. I s purely vegetable andL
.a white enamel standard and dedicated -
8' t, Florida. to the requirements of the young decaWSw. Special Master. eaves no bad effects.. Moulding and Building Material.

person' toilet. Like the cot this basket -What do you need In the way of L ast year producedT

to practice In the United States is draped with "baby blue" linen, also envelopes, note and letter heads, bill ho sands of testimonials. Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite
8jun95 embroidered with swallows and trim- Notice.In heads, statements, tags, cards, eta Cannon Street,
med with lace. Two inner corners are We shall be glad to have a share of your 0 ne 50 cent bottle

ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS A SON, fitted with pockets, the remaining two the Circuit Court In and for Brevard work. M ever fails Charleston S. C.

With plnou hions. The edge of the bas County, Florida: 1 n breaking? the chills.C ,

;'A TTORNEY T-LA W, ket la prettily finished with a ruche of -Isr CHANCERY. -The Walton Rapid Calking!!: Machine, all for Wintersmith's.

SONVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA. linen fulled on, and the flounce has, in Agur Wheeler, plaintiff, No. one, (5; No. two, $10.; No. throe, 915Tltusvllle ARTHUR PETER GO.. LouI UI.lr. Sash Weights, Cord and

L continue to practice In the courts accordance with the style of the cot a VB, 1 Fla. C I e..Y OsN.NAL.........a.gNYg........,..........
Seventh Judicial Circuit. Alls couple of rows of lace. The linen cover hi Minor* capacity 8. Jones a,.Administrator and in. Hardware.

before the United States and to lay on the top of the basket is embroidered with the will annexed -
Circuit Courts will receive the with birds to match the gen- of the estate nf Charles

1 attention of Mr. Alex St. eral get up of the set. T Minor Verbnke 8. Jones, deceased all. and; and In llllllto foreclose Window and Fancy Glass

..braras.F. When convenient to do so, both cot his capacity a.* Trustee forCharles Mortgage. FEg 1 T I7UNT FRUIT TREES
T Vcrlwke, do- A SPECIALTY.
and basket may be mounted on casters, reused, J. B. Terry mid 'V porn
which render their being moved about Clara Margaret! Verboke; / ---y
H. HOUGHTON, and J. H. Terry. and Clara r
with greater ease. A baby's set in linen Margaret Verbeke Individually % \ HIGHEST ROFIT AND PLEASURE Choice .

is .a pleasing change from the ordinary defendant. WHIT* TO Wines, Liquors
DENTIST. muslin and sateen arrangements. Moreover appearing by the affidavit of T>. I*. Oaul- QUALITY
IT don attorney complainant filed' In this t THE POMONA NURSERY and Cigars.
the linen Is far durable and Clara
more lie, that the defendant, Margaret
washes so well that it ia really an seep Verbeke, resides without the State of Florida, LOWEST; ICES ".CCLI""". FLORIDA.4t Uunruntoed Pure.
. Florida. and without the United States, and that she resides
I In England,at Home place unknown to afflant I1IB wilt tell you what to Blast, and Sold at reduced
and that there I* no person In the State ofFlorida FREIGHTPREPAID Ml BOW to pleat It. We have (k prices.Impnrt .
the service upon whom of a subpoena in stack a full Hue of everything needed liTHE .
g FRIES, C. E. would bind the ald Clara I Margaret Verbeke: ifIIiiJ .ilTi
defendant,end that said Clara Margaret Yen
beke I over the of And } >k..r Wine
age year Peeoh. Plume, Peen -. ..
COUNTY SURVEYOR. that the said J. 11. Terry reside without the MWbIC, eab Yo.e. ::our ..::. from Italy.
a state of Florida,and hi* residence and ;nostomce,
I and sub-dl vlded.'g address I* Bouthold, state of New York' and
legally surveyed THE POMONA
that there I* no person In the state of Florida O NURSERY John B. Togni
neatly done. Estimates fords the service upon of a Aubpmna, would bind thesaid BEAR ....,...... .,.,111I.. .
defendant, J. n. Terry and that laid J.B. Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Day BU,
of engineering works. DIs- Terry*over the age of twenty-one year
It I hi, therefore, ordered that the Bald. defend JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
ant, Clara Margaret Verheke do appear at the -- -- ---
Des a specialty.
clerk' office, at Titnsvllle, Brevard county, Wholesale end 11.111......
Florlili.: to answer demur or plead to the com-
Art, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Z plainant's said bill on or before the -

And it I I" further ordered that the said defendant -
SAB. ERNEST TAYLOR. J. B. Terry da appear at the clerk'. olllce, ..
t at Tltu8Vllle. Hrevard county, Florida,to answer Southern.Railway
:AR & TAYLOR, or demur before or plead to the COIDI' alnant'* said bill on Yt iI. .O

|(Succes8or to John McAllister.) I TUB: 20TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. MOT. .

o n And It I* further ordered that this notice be
Ian Well Contractors published in the IXDIAN Kivicn ADVOIJATK, a THE SHORTEST ROUTE. 111 I8"D.c1. III D.II'f.
newptper' published' In said, county, once each; ABSOLUTELY PEFF Ea R'S
week for eight consecutive week What !V@PJI! !
EAU CALL1E. FLA. Witness the Hon. John D. llroome. Judge of Is cots pu wartr?? cud du/rkl I
aid Court, at the Court-house at Tltunvllle, CK20VCJJI rrXLLKAN DRAWING BOOM OARS, DINING OAJUl" Other m.n reoov.rJouthfui, till. Ynond: muq.:'.alqI.. Ab..latelr rot' manhuo' leer..et..d I, old.
-.,.. Florida this 12th! day of December. I). 111111I. severe" Nerv.aee. Less Vltaaly.al .
; A.A.STEWART, Clerk THO&OT7OBTABX: OOAOHXS: VB8TIBULBD TBAIN8. If tlrlF/wlaur .l rawer.
GES & GODFREY D.O. tCe.r: ... ''e. ._..... Wa u.. DI..
C. R.Stewart, )
: (By arut:all ff fell nlf anil
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COT IN BABY BLUE LDtKif.nomicsl [Seal of Circuit Court) [Deolg 8w \ .tifm. Ward* o" wolhf.: .
r Investment. Another style of EAST WEST. thlwh 1.1..(drnnlit. (mp4HM. a. pr.SM.u ..' onlta.. .
Manufacturers of NORTH AD H*tii decorating.a cot; and basket II with pink 'nil rKHrBH'AMBUVK.tOM. of pond fur ISte .
linen embroidered with marguerites, Notice to Creditors. THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. : CIpeebox.ore. p'oee,1'eYwllhWApYe.ItlTewell.
low Pine Lumber ... .. to Our.er Me5Ld .a.
and this is quite as pretty: in its way. New York and Florida Limited ...,.".'.&... MitD1VL.ACS. .i,..VCI:_Add..111I III.
A pleasing spread for .a baby's bed !:creditors of the estate of Gideon Colqn- Washington and Southwestern Limited,
ROUGH DRESSED, may: be made of rose colored silk, the THE late of Brevard county administrator deceased" of Sold by J, D. Soreven, only.
will take notice that the And the United States Fast Mall.
ae Box Bead, I canopy of course, being of the same aid estate ha suggested the Insolvency of theme

Fruit *. material. Another dainty ;
Crate delicate
Wherefore said creditor, and all person OILY 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON.ONLY a0'VEARE'EXPINIENCE.
hber delivered at any part of Indian Hirer spread is of India mull powdered with having claim* against said estate will be required JACKSONVILLE TO NEW TORT .
ugh bill of lading. Anyone contemplatlildlne done in silk embrodiery to appear before me,on or before 27 HOURS
on toe Kaet Coat, would do well to forgetmenots ; THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1897 add 7MMbol TralM. oompnwid..f IA_Improved Pullman 8l l .plnr Oarl ud BoMI Dlata
ior price. The Sawmill I.situated on tbe floe,. ALICE: V.ABfVII. (Car' tbronih wllhoal. ohante. la Washington, Holllmar ,
Oft: K. W.By.,.S mile toutb of Palatka. and be file bar"wltb"' .me their said claim,or paymentwill PUllwlU*.. New York... the JU l. "

This IVib day of November 2505.MIN0.8.. "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
uma High Putnam co. Fla.
Jour.*. -
A Simple White Boop E.C. TVITDAI.I* County Judge, B-'M TMM baled Trftln from 3aoll.....vtJ1.to anninoftM via KvvrMt. AlUata and 0IuI--,,.

apple, Orange and Lemon Three large potatoes, 3 turnips, .a parsnip Administrator. noVJDto niySOwhra OILY 24 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO CINCINNATI. TRADE MARES.OSRIONE .

Land For Sale Cheap.ave and 3 white onions, all to be boiled ONLY 25 HOURS JAOC30NVILLC TO LOUISVILLE. ,
together until tender enough to rub .. tar W p nL'r Nl8Dlt'NiaG'd 1fw/
and k rti end dmSeTIIOf mmrM.
Anyone endinga> e
for sale 80 acres of pineappleon through .a colander. To the puree obtained eueay l.' ::h tk.r fto Inve.NOO'.

St. Lucie river, a few miles be- from these add .a seasoning of THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JAOI80NVILLE TO ST. LOUIS. a.op.ert.t.Old..eehey t.bla Ca.aenirNleeu for..ourInd pduult etNdlfumed..l

[Eden, 40 of which being northeast pepper celery salt and pinch of maoe, Wllboul ohaac. rW I BTW............Bfenta.hara and Doll Hprlai .. A__ _"mi.... otiaiie.gtwi.
pJbmb MUAA
ter of northeast quarter of section of fine white bread cxumb :r.J::
.a teacupful lb.,. a.vw t..e a flan *vovMlit ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS.
awnshlp 38, south of range 41 east; of milk. Stir over **ar4 MtUu(.lion wHh store ... AMERICAN
boiling '-11I0.
'" the
[other 40 is the northeast quarter and 1X pin" ann. Tbm *>M ..*.* b.o ctrlrQe.h.a hD.ON__.._ 80IEMTIFIO ,
the fire until this boils, and if too /.n,' a..d.wm man Mwntlsl. TH re .h ASHEVILLE ROTE-.n'OOSS'k"'S u"' daU7 Jwkw.vtfe M flana1//fdl inaMTBt. Uraw *lrl"ton' *
(southeast quarter of section 3, '?J2 Jlfc feii Jhs1'1FERRY'S *aa. tb' a..e...., vl. A evtw, tttr elk tie .w..."'_ ,._"' da11,1D
add little boiling water. onhe .... ,
ship 38, south of range 41 east. thick a tUOumBuuc! 11... uu pI"-
"LAND OF THE SKY. he above land can be bought for 910 SEED ANNUAL
Teal Ball. CO.
>acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, of beef suet S ounce of to fall ef InfnnMtlM far *mrd.i.i* cud piedelyldrferswMee r to r-. ........... deeply w ,...". --. eta. apPif Mka7 Ml Bruutwuv New erk.
nee, lemon or lime growing. Two ounce et ve. TIIOT*will b a b.tt.r UKMbM aazLwir ow I"ee..e.M a.
SIC uv..a.
Till be sold In lots of 40 acres, for teal, the! yolk of' .a raw and .a boiled sot.e..d torte DVT IWon. Free.. apal.f> .
O. M.r e m *Co.,Detroit.Nl.e.ED _:
(This land will soon to worth $50 egg a small onion pepper. sal*. mace, L. ramAV, l'Iod4a Faa At*.III Sy 8.t.l, J.okaxmTtlUjn. fui Nmetek

aen. nutmeg and lemon peel to the tatt 3 X. CULP. Y. .A.''l'UU, Ie JL UA1DWWZtRa. ; Wanted-An Idea 3 new .-nuett

pply to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE Beat them all well together. FIT. and / =iia ...WZI! :b. O'fi'b.. ... r.t Ir C:kc4N EJ\/-Jr.L lIe"" ....:-:
B; or to Bobbins A Graham. Tltus- in W"- I ...-
serve esdte4'vwlNtawead.:
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I INDIAN' RIVER ADVOCATE. 4'- as mayor of Portland Oregon, in mind readers. The Idea Intended to be $20 Reward.
s, .4 would conveyed Is for a second party to Intuitively CRATES !
July last, he said he accept -
know the mental and
personal condition -
I :: :: only one-half of the salary allowed of others. That part has been I will' pay the above reward to any
,' > VOTED TO THill DBVBbOPMBMT evidence will lead to
A WBBBLV .JOIJ. one Riving such as
him by law, which is $5,000 as demonstrated more partlculary by the
t Or TUB IMOIAN KIVBRi LAKBWOBTH the conviction of any person or persons For Best Crates at Lowest Prices, Write ]
considered it excessive. Pennoyer, late Prof. Tyndall, of London;who wasa for
AMD tlI CAVM BAY SECTIONS.PUBLISHED found cutting or removing/ the telegraph
"y since then, baa paid into the city leading: factor la that science. which poles wires, cables or fixtures of the TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES,
Another instance of hypnotism-
yn, EVERY FBIDAY.CHAS. treasury one-half of his salary, has been put to unminlakeable test recently Tltusville-Jupltor line, formerly owned ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,

which he declined to accept on the In Brooklyn, N. Y., to asceitalnif by the U. S.: government, and from LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.

H. WAtTOKiKilltor& Proprietor. ground that the duties of his office I Its effects should be recognized In law purtenances.whom I purchased said D.line L. OAULDKN.and all ap Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To
as a test of mental responsibility. Aftera
I MltMIUIiR OF were not worth the full amount, thorough; test by experts, they have Titusville, Dec. 30, 03. G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallic, Fla. Y
und directed that half of the other
reported In favor of a law fully recognizing -

+I' THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, $2.500 be given to relieve the needy IU force. It has been claimed by After a man passes fifty he can look --=:::
I'' I AFFIUATKD-WITU; TUB This no doubt Is a very benevolent some that there was no way to Rive hyp-
notism Infallible test which is not up the rood any time and see grave.
an Ship Your
action the of Mayor _
I, National Editorial Amoriation.pUomitlnuaiKe part' true. I can, by hypnotic suggestion' relieve Then be becomes serious. _
but we can "go him one
noyer, from stammering
a person any
'. I'' nf axlvta. must be made Jioronully better," for Mayor R. F. Hall- Impediment In speech instantly, and Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc.
\\ t t I'il at tills ofllee or by writing. like his predecessor, Mr. Wm. M. make them talk as easily as I can; and ,,

I. I Brown-receives no salary whatever many other things of Infallible proof. New 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. To the Reliable firm of -
be facts
these to ,
Assuming things
i j A for his services as chief magistrate how Is It accomplished. Blind Tom was
. I : INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, 6f Titusville. When Mr. unable to account for his musical talent. 1 A. O. GANDY & CO.,

'r 11:1 TmmvtLLB, FLORIDA. Brown took office he refused to accept Prof. Tyndall was unable to explain
1 remuneration whatever, through what power his agency was a Merchandise Brokers and
,, : any
made effective; and BO It Is with hypnotism.
I 1 !I'w and Mayor Hull is doing likewise. A mind reader can readily detect
I : Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHABLES
+ H. WALTON,publisher and proprietorIN the elements of a mind render, and a Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercban

. .... hypnotist can detect the elements of .
character for a hypnotist. 'All the booksI
I have read on the subject gives; no 00Stationary 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla

I the House of'Commons, Lon. From reliable accounts recently I practical explanation, as intuition can- REFERENCES:State Bank of Florida Baker&; Holmes, Raymond &; Knight, Southern fir: :
not be explained natural laws press Company: ,or any Railway Agent oi this city.WINE .
: I don, a bill has just been passed for published in the New York World, by B ,

;,, !, f I I the construction of a railway from we find that Egypt is now in a very MONT HAHDKE. -. -----.-
:' : Mombasa the east coast of
t on
> prosperous condition. At no pre
I t : Africa, to Uganda, a populous vious period, since Egypt beganto Sebastian.Good W. :B. DAWSON
: kingdom near the centre of the
II, have a name, has the "fellah"
Dark Continent. This railway is
I lived under a government so care morning I Have you used Wholesale and Retail
; to be narrow gauge, about 600 ful to protect his rights. For the "Pears" ?
j miles long, and its cost is estimated )
first time I in the history of the The schooner yacht E. C. L. passed

J I, to be a'hout$15OOOOOO.; At country, he is allowed to control here, Saturday, going south. and Marine 1H to 12<'1 H. P. The & LIQUOR MERCHANT i
all that of Saf Reliable, Economical and Durable
present freight to part Ht most ,
I the fruits of his labor. To-day, White of Sebas- ,
Fied: Trilby cottage, Power for Launches. Auxiliary: rower for !
Africa is carried by porters, and under British rule, every Egyptian tian, was In town this week. yachts, and huBtnusa I boat,and where stationary
ns it is a journey of several months lower is required.BENJ.
peasant knows exactly the amountof The here W. JER.OMK,
following traveling men
J I duration, the cost of carriage is taxes he has to pay, and when this week : Horace J. Charles, Major Sole Representative for Manufacturers In the 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.1.

f I some hundreds of dollars per ton. when Lovett, 0. R. Pitzer and J. Burkhelm State of Florida. ROOKLKDOE, FLA.
he has to them and that
t pay ; Jacksonville.C. iy; Catalogues and prices on application. Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana r
:; he has once paid the legal amount, ,
V* I You. need a good paper in your no official in all Egypt, great or V. Sherwood has launched his new '

!e' I I I .. town, do you not ? iYou, as a business small, has the power extort from, bout,.and she has sailed for the St. Lucle HOTEL MELBOURNE Mexican and Florida Cigars.

I I:, man, want a paper that you him one single cent beyond it. He river.W. ,
I show send to friends C. Braddock has shipped one crop FINE FANCY GR.OCERIES.
can or ."your knows, too, that he cannot at any
of beans and Is
I r.' 1 that it is credit the now replanting.
: feeling to moment be seized and dragged off WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. -I handle no Compound Goods

) I town you are located In. Now, as formerly, before the Britishers Sailing parties were quite numerous MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. m-r Price List upon application.\ Your Jug, Trade Solicited.If .
I what are you doing to help the took hold of to be made to last Sunday. We noticed several northern
: Egypt, wish to an account must give first-class city references,
craft cruising in the bay.J. Open all the year round. Good Fish you open you
medium here along ? jJuet give it work under constant! dread of the __ ________
I a moment's thought. A news whip, at any tusk suggested by the A. Key, of Oberlin, 0., entertainedour ing, Hunting and Yachting. Rates, n u

paper-like any other business caprice of the Khedive or some citizens at the schoolhouse, Friday $2.50 and upwards.
night' by giving a phonographic enter-
cannot be run without .
money. powerful pasha. Under such circumstances
tainment. MRs. C. J. ECTOB.
Lend it your aid with advertise Egypt has never-certainly Proprietress, New Fall Goods.
c -
I ments and job work.,, ?Let: us all not within a great many The forty-two U. S. M.crates, Capt.of Kroegel beans ,from broughtup the Established 188S. -

pull together, and circulate in years-been in such a prosperous Narrows on Tuesday.

f j: i t.own.money as we much have to as spend.possible It, what will condition.recent universal Notwithstanding decline in pricesof the circus Fritz manager Light; ought for; a to position apply ,to as some he, L. BARBOT & CO., An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept inj

{ j be to the best interests of.all. agricultural staples, the Egypt. with S. Kltching's horse, would make a "

Ii ian products and exports of cotton grand hit. General Commission. "General Stores:: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS,

l Ir farmers would compute the sugar, tobacco, wheat etc., The correspondent from this burg begs' rAN Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt In Ise j i ,..

losses they sustain .on account of have rapidly. increased, and are at to apologize for not coming out In Il8tweek'8 enenen. "c3 en CLOTHING I Etc, shipping. One can depend to get good value for hied! I
issue. Last week was the time a: "N
: bad roads, they would be more present much greater than at any for annual will :s: C -= :g., W money. We Sell to Dealers
I'(' ready to lend their support towards former time. English capital bas be our spree, so we hope we dt= dw ... ftI-: only. j i']
foigiven.The :g =- o d oD r":::
+ improving the roads In their been flowing into Egypt very largely cat-boats Widow and White Elephant .a F' s7w Some "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING, r Ml+

I'i' t county. That roads are rather! a and the annual increase in the made a trip to Blue Hole this CO Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out 'by

I heavy tax. : upon them, *many willalmit great staple product of allrlcul.turecotton'from week. Capt. Stanley says the oysters are 329 & 331 J Poydras St., solute.Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT "

I but until one examines the the average of fine in that part of the river. NEW ORLEANS, LA. POLLAK & CO. UII-Ab-Ihe

: subject carefully with pencil and 1884.89 to that of 1893.94, was The schooner Two Bachelors, Capt. ( Canal Bank. ,

paper in hand, he will not believe nearly one hundred per cent, where Brownrlgg, with a jolly party of tourists REFERENCE: { Metropolitan Bank. 32. 34 & 36 W. Bay St. ,

It : how much more profitable it,is to : by the cultivator was not only ableto aboard, stopped here last Friday night. ( Commercial Agencies.New

pay:a small tax: than to be sur pay his taxes more easily, but The party will cruise as far south as

rounded by bad roads all one's had more money left for his own Jupiter York JAMES PIUTCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President: =

r. j lifetime. So important is this needs than ever before. When Hy. Copperthlte, Capt. Merrill, Wm. Dental Parlors I C. Schuyler/ Cashier

.t: f j L roads first the McCov and S. F. Smith are staving with
: good question thatevery occupied Egypt
I Fred White at Trilby\ cottage for a few
r I a i' truck grower and, in tact, all our !A per cent. Egyptian debt securities days. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

residents should assist in 50 and
at not
: strongly were quoted the ,
Mis. W. B. Trescn, wife of our
I V getting It settled satisfactorily. long before the price had been as esteemed minister, was entertained by
t (IncorporatedVnder the Laws of the State of Florida.)
i low as 27. To-day it is a well Mis. S. Kitching while Mr. Tresca was .-
a.'I rx known fact that their quotation is attending to pastoral work on the upper Authorized capital, $1OOOOO J
IT is calculated that .$f :IOOOQOO r.
I river this week.
I worth of ostrich feathers are annually over 100, with a reduction of their Permanently Located.Nearly Paid up capital, $26,000 a

imported into the ''United originally stipulated interest. We notice a sign on the point at the opposite State Bank of Florida. Average deposits, $150,000
I mouth of the Sebastian river which At No. 11 1 East Bay Street. '
States. What a nien sum an enterprising reads : "No trespassing' allowed." It I
; Transacts a General Banking
man could make in the ,Tropic Is Apparently Front-proof. would!' be well to have another, which ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. '

ostrich-raising business in this should road t "No bathers allowed on Prices wIll be aa Follow tOold ..

t this point In undress. uniform." I Fillings: ........,..... ,......., ..S100&nn I' V Business
California It
country. seems, ic TUOPIC, FI.A., Jan. 18, '07. ,Other Fillings.... .. r.;... ... ."0 to 1.00 C J JJ
going extensively Into the business, Editor Advocate Capt. S. II. Merrill anfl Hy. Copper riatttn .., ........., .... ,.'."....,..'.., 8.00 to 10.W( J 'L Largest and Oldest Bank on the River rahExchange
thlte. of Full Sots(very bent),.,.... ........ 12.00 to 15.00
'\ i and already has :200 or more adult Washington, D. C., have returned -
"l birds In referring to the effects of the frost from their hunt on the St. Johns Irregularities corrected. Hold, on all Foreign Countries. 1,
I ; and recently, from one in the vicinity of Euu Oallle, your scribe marsh They report a splendid trip, go- Your patronage; solicited.
\ I farm of eight birds, over 2,000 In that locality makes the statement and any quantity of quail, snipe, deer, F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Mannger. DIRECTORS
/. I feathers were plucked, wlileh will that "even Tropic did not wholly escape alllgatoiM. eta. The Captain killed a Phone 671. Jacksonville, Fla. .PKITOHAKDW.M.BABSBTTVreellllltot (
t net a handsome return to the owner ," or words to that elfect. I wish nine-foot alligator, the hide of which he DURKBB the National(Vice-Presldent Hank ot Jacksonville National ), J.Hr 1

.; MUJ. II. J. Tillln, of Montreal to correct that statement, and to state, will have tanned and mounted. Jacksonville), and W. M. BROWN.
In turn that la
I Tropic true to Its name
Can., has fifteen ostriches at his and apparently, frost-proof. We see that the Fort Pierce correspondent J. S. JOHNSON CO. National CORESPONDENTS.Seaboard ; Bank of New. York and d
place, at Courtenoy, on Indian The blizzards of two years past, which of the Star speaks of some of ;o National Bank of Jack orTme. 20
I, \ River but we do not hear bound the entire state in icy bands, froze the up-river schools being boasted about. Manufacturers of -
very I our tfiuterfKt vegetation; but frost. propera What better could ;we boast of ? There 1"I".J"USVILLE: FLA.
much about them. \Ve feel
sure a deposit at minute Ice-crystals in placeof Is nothing that we ought to be more ....Fishing Supplies....
5 number of people would be inter. dow-such as has recently been observed proud of than our schools-the institutions

1 ested in knowing if the venture let In other localities, and In such of truth and knowledge. We have

t turning out a success, and hope places I* more or loss soon nearly every not near the population of either Cocoa
that it will be winter, has never, dining my experienceof or Fort Pierce, yet we have twenty-one MIAMI !
not long before -
,'. '; some fifteen' years here, visited I the place. scholars enrolled; and in Miss Ladye .
interesting talk on the subject will The presence of considerable bodies of Skipwith we have one of the brightest

bo received from the major. water diminishes frost powerfully, because and most competent teachers in the Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope,
i water, by lay, absorbs, und at state. Corks, Lends, Twines, Etc. Fishing' qit
e night, radiates or liberates much heat. The arrivals Tackle of every Description; Hooks, Town Lots ''a
AN at the Palm House this Now !
; interesting suggestion is Tropic U a strip of land but one hundred week are as follows : Horace J. Charles, Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers, Baits, etc. on Sale lea
.ti made by a correspondent of the and llfty yards wide, with a large liver .i. S. LeFlls" O. R. Pitzer, J. Burkheim, tV TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY.
on either, side-oast and west and
oJ New York -
Herald in London who upon
Major Lovett, Jacksonville J. A.
; Dodge,
nays that in England; when one hasa the! still, calm and. star-lit! night, such oame Ueverly.l\Ia"M.1 C. J. Hector Melbourne: Baltimore: Mel. g
Iron king loves best, a lieat-l.uleu: !Mr and Mra. L. Hewett A. E. KINGSLEY General
I, large number of letters or circulars mist rises from the IMMOIII of either river, haludiv, S. C.;i Agent For
I Fred White, Homeland; Mr. and Mrs.\ J. ,
tt', to mail at one time, he need silently steals across our slender strip of Freeman, Racine, WIs. J. A. ..J. II. MENSING..
; Keys
not be at the unnecessary trouble an favored efficient soil double and with blanket Us ,fellow which, forms Jack Obeilin, 0.; F. Addison, Washington, D. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.. =tie:

I of wading through the whole pile Frost and his tiny crystal darts are I C.; Kobt. Roberts, Mrs. W. B. Tiesca Wholesale and Retail

to affix stamps to each one of them powerless to penetrate. Sebastian. t,
d.. but may carry the matter to the G. F. E.MSKY.: -- ---F COMMISSION MERCHANT, BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

i I' poatolllce, get It weighed, pay the ----------- Congressman Cooper Present. A In all parts of the Town.

'ii :t postage on the "whole lot, and pass Singular Freaks In Drain Power. 11111 to ICxtermlunte Water -) Dealer In (- Carefully Selected

(. r it in. No postage; stamps are affixed Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
Hyacinths. Poultry, Butter Fruit
Eggs, Vegetable
i } postolllce" simply marks JENSEN: Jan. J9, '07. etc. Consignments solicited. 11an>li River and
them "paid, and. they are for- Prompt and honest returns guaranteed. Bay otaync.
Editor Adeocatu Representative Cooper of Fla., on Tues tr: Correspondence
warded to their destination.' : Market and Solicited from Actual Investors
The day, brought before the House Committee quotations stencils furnish- and Settlers
Herald's correspondent thinks this While the fundamental principles of on Rivers and Harbors a novel project .>l Oil application. Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
usage is worth Imitating in the phrenology are an established fact, recommended by the Chief of Engineers l. 9 Newnan St., ,
through physiological researches there of the War Department. The department
Unl States. considering that it are !many peculiarities, which seldom .1".11'1' ft.n Immedi"+tt, a......ro-- Phone 70S. JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
would be a convenience to busInessmen inn to ''demonstrate ana make people, prlatlon of $10,000 to conduct expert-"" Reference: State Bank of Florida.
though it could not be adopt sometlmei doubt their own eyes be- ments In clearing out the hyacinths FLORIDA CHILL AND FEVER
; I 1 ed without the sanction of con- cause there ,are many things that can from the St. Johns River, in Florida. TONIC.
only be demonstrated by facts or results This plant was Introduced Into the
I gress. Probably Senators Call and not rule Wood-A.: J.\San.: :
by as science only applies river
some years ago; for an ornament,
I t and Pasco and Congressman Coop to general principles and not to but has Every Bottle Warranted to Core
ex flourished
I so that It com- In every Motion at once to sell staple any Case of Chills &: Fever
1. '' t er will make a note of this. ceptions. One of the most forcible Illustrations pletely obstructs navigation above Palat- goods to dealer; no peddling; experience ,
JI\ wa the cue of Blind Ton, the ka for several
I'I miles. The army engineer unnecessary; best aide line. $75.00 a Or Money
I musician. He Intuitively comprehended think that the plants can be eatenmiaMed month. Salary and or large Refunded.
IT has been stated on good au. the whole system of rouble" while the average by means of a double-prowed commission made., Address,with 2 cent H. R.

: thorny that when ex-Governor student requires rears of study scow, which will tear them up, and tamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap THOMAS' ,
I i and teaching. Another mss Is what is carry machinery for crushing the plant and Cincinnati Chemist and
JVnnoyer enUsflsd upon his duties Manufacturing Company Druggist
called '
J 1t ": spiritualist or mow. properly M tbfT fhaJI be loaded on board. Ohio. La Vllla- Jacksonville, Fla.

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, B. Williams & Co. of God. lie has the power of touching, ASK the r.coverod

men the hearts have. of his hearers as only a few dyspeptics is,a/ nandvictims, bill ot t h.m..re"ri.1 of. G. G. SPRINGERManufacturer

\Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. how diseftted they
.,. Rockledge. eover..d health "n'l
fill spirit any !food Retailer and Shipper Of
ppolttei,they wi
65 South: Broad St., r ATLANTA GA.orcign you by taking 'KIM
Sheriff Brown down
was from Titus- ; .
MONS LlVKK K. :uu-
Dud IDomowtio ville Tuesday, transacting some official S I.ATOR.
; DETmits business.A ICE ANDIJistilled

. The Cheap**!. Purest .nd 8..t Family
big/ new, handsome flag Is floating Medicine In the World I
)'! "!:TABLES I FRUITS IOranges from a flag staff on the New Rockledge For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION Tnnn- .
this week. dice SICK lIKAUACHrfColic! .
M ring Beans. .. B.lIo".U.CkR//rltll, OUR STOMACH: .
uliflower.raCelery.\ Bananas, Miss Daisy Ilardee Is In charge of Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy f.warranted I... Water
J Fruit not to contain a single particle of
II. C. and souvenir stand
Eyer's news MBKCUKY, or any mineral submance, but I.
Lemons, Iomatoe In the Hotel Indian River

eta, Cabbage. Limes Peaches' r.t.'.'l'. The largest channel bass of the season winch containing PUUKL.Y tin IUwUa thrme Southern evidence VKGKTAUL.C Roots.has and placed Herbs, In Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

_uash, Pineapples, was caught by C. S. Chapln, Tuesday countries where Liver UUonnen most prevail
ew Potatoes, Strawberries, It tipptd tho scales at !)(>}-lbs. It will cure all l>l.
;g Plant, Grapes, Harry Eyer and Alfred Adams are out ment The of tiYMPTO.MS the Liver I and of Uver Howel Complaint. are a FACTORIESCocoa and West Palm Beach.
para us. Cocoanut on the St. John's prairie for several bitter or bAd taut in the month; Vain In the
ERENOES:-ThlrJ National Bank Atlanta Oa Oeo. E. Johnson deer and wild BackSide or Joints,often mistaken for Rheumatism
; Candy Mfir., Atlanta days, hunting turkey. Sour Stomach I...... of Appetite
; ; ;
rmour Packing Co., Atlanta,Ga. 6eo.1I1. -
; Taylor, W.8. Vunca.nio.: ., Atlanta,Ga. Bowel alternately costive and lax; Headache
Mrs. S. McChcsney and daughters, Los of Memury, with a painful sensiitlon 01
---- prominent people of Cincinnati, are at having. failed to do something' which ought to SEEDSGARDEN FIELDSEEDS.
City Point for the winter, guests of the have keen done) Debility; Low fiplrlfj, thick
from ostrich Faustina, last Sunday, to view the Hatter house Cough yellow: often amiouruiite' mistaken of tlio for bkm Conmimptlon.Sometiiiie and Ivyca., a dry
kioYAar.1y' Mrs. II. Banks and her son, James many. of these aymptoma( attend!
the disease, atothere very few but 'limo LIVER
Chas. T. Harper J. R. Harper, L. 31 Banks of Atlanta, who are located at i* generally. the sent of the disease) and ft not I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-
Harper and D. W. Gwaltney sailed across their City Point grove for the winter KciiuUlod In time, -rent suffering! wretched
to Faustina last DeHH and UCATrl will l oust.
Sunday. were visitors to Rookledge Monday.Rev. *following highly esteemed person.Pest
joY 10Tt class SEEDS in the State.-
Among the people who visited tile E. V. Blackman loft to virtue ot hlmmonn Uver ReiculntonUen. .
W. K. Holt, Pre Ua. S.W. k Rlo.1ev.J. :
ostrich farm at this. place last week attend the annual session of the M. E K. Polder, Prrry, Ui",.; Col. K. K. Spark( AI.bony -K&- SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering. elsewhere. All Seeds tested
were : Mrs. C. O. Blyth and sister l of Church Conference, which convenes (!"( C. Ma terBi> Sheriff Uibb Gee<< before sent out.
Indfanola; Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Mrs. W. I! this year at Tarpon Springs.S. Oa.t Iron. Alexander H. Stephen., and
"We have tented its virtue personally, L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
O. Paterson, Capt. C. J. Coggln, Cocoa liillouHne and
0NGP ; know that for Dvspepnia **
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Avrett, Miss Janl II. Peck proprietor of the Plaza, Throbbing Iloudauhe It i*the bent medicine the 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA

Snow, Quitman Ga. ; Mr. and Mrs. Veo- carried a merry party to Fairy Land, world ever*..w. We tried forty other remedies. .
in the hotel launch before Simmon U ver Regulator,but none Kavu -
Tuesday morning,
mitt, City Point. .
more than rulief but the Keenla : -
c temporary(
which has recently been put In thorough repair for the winter's service. AND MESHKNOKH: Macon, U. A
Roseland. MlNI'rACTURED ONLY: BY Fertilizer for Fruit.
Mrs. E. P. Porcher, who recently J. H. ZEILIN a CO., Philadelphia Pa. c.-
moved to their lovely new home in .

Messrs. Wells and Cocoa, Is, with her children, spendingthe
have been spending Smith about, tourists ten days, who week at the Plaza, owing; to the absence .--.-.- -'- -c_ --.'" : .. ..,. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
up of Mr. Porcher at down the Vero.HONEY
) IQWDER the Sebastian river, have started for the points .
lower river. Before! leaving, they sent rl ver. :Pr1oa: fIaB.Co Per ToJ:1.: :

[Absolutely pure. home a box of skins they had collected, An immense saddle of venison waR secured AND SWEET POTATOES FOR SALE. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........

Including a six-foot moccasin snake skin. by Manager Bemis, for the New Moisture[ . . . . . ? . .,. . .8 to 10) Per Cent.
ated for Its great leavening strength The first estimates Kockledge. The deer was killed by Honey, COcts. per gal. 5 gal. cans. ,
of the damage done
ilfhfulneiw. Admires the food attains by the recent frosts Chas. Cleveland, on the l Island, and Potatoes, $1.00( ) per owt., f. o. b. Ammonia..4o, to II" "

d all bramlH.form. of adulteration common top Nothing was seriously were hurt exaggerated.but weighed 122! !-ibs. Wild turkey also formsa Hunch or vineless yams, for seed, by Phosphoric Acid . . . . . .5 to 0" "

BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. tomatoes, and most of them are putting young part of the menu at this hotel. mail, 15o lb., 21b! for 25e! post paid Potash (Actual). . . .. . . . .II to 8" "

on a new growth, and will soon be all Mrs. Cnpehart and daughter, Miss 1.00 orders.per bush., f. o. b. ; cash with Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Moral\ l, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Done-

right. Graham and Miss Ellison, all of whom Dissolved I Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stoma and Sulphate of Potash.
Miami. Messrs.\ Copperthlte Merrill Smith have been registered at the Hooky Point II. T. GIFFOKO, Voro, Fla. rrr Write for directions for using and fHither piirtlculiuss; also ask for
and McCoy have left Sebastian ,for the house Sharpes, for some weeks, were in copy of "Kconomloal Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all For till

present, and are staying at Trilbycottage town Friday and Saturday.- Miss C pehal.t John Gifford, of Randolph, Vt., Is zor !Material, Cotton Seed Meal\ Tolmoco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices be-
In fore buying. We seek the trade direct
with enjoyed bicycle riding about the visiting town. growers
F. White.L. .
rs. Wm. M. Brown, E. L. Brady
shelled while here
jfonry Egger have returned from C. Moore lias returned from streets 'Mrs. J. C. Willsey was visiting Miss WILSON & TOOMER
lie. short trip to Jacksonville a Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, with her two Interesting Ruby Gilford one day this week.
bringing with
little to leave The Fertilizer House of Florida
I well worth a trip to Miami to see him additional help for his hotel, the ; her ones residence, expects II. T. Gifford has just dug five sweet ,
for in
yal Palm hotel, which now looks Ercildoune Inn. He was accompaniedas after Thursday visit with her Daytona brother, potatoes which weigh "I, 8))> 0, 10} and Jacksonville. Fla.
far as Melbourne by his wife her a pleasant 14 pounds respectively.
y. ents and Mr. Allen par S. II. Peck and family at the Plaza. -- ---
_e number of the members of the Campbell, Mrs. Blodgett expects to return for a Billie Smith, Dr. Johnnie, Billie Buster -
Press Association are expected Mrs. L. C. Moore l is staying In Melbourne visit of two weeks later in the season.J. and one other Seminole Indian were Fred'k.

I Thursday night, bound on a tripu with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. Page went out to Lake Poinnett In town last week, and killed two bears S. Morse

New Providence. They will Goode. from the New Rockledgo, Saturday Tuesday and three /Saturday, all on the xx
the steamer the same night, and Before property of 11. Gifford.Fort .
leaving, Mr. Campbell finished morning, and caught 44-lbs. of black
or Nassau early next morning shipping the orange crop from the Hirsch bass; and the same day C. L. Chapln secured REAZI:
ES TAT: : : : =
tpf our East Coast editors will en- .
grove, of which he l Is lessee. We under 51-lbs. Parties go out frequently! Pierce. ,
r sea trip, Including the ADVO-- stand Mr. Campbell will remain In Melbourne from the Plaza also and meet with

'i:"Jltor.araer" during the hotel season, assisting l equally good success. J.WXA.: II :nacho Oo., FLOE1.XJ.A.: : .

1[hTsteannlNa City of Monticello, of the his brother in Hotel Bulleview. II. J. Rossiter opened his We are glad to see Mr.\ John Hill ableto

an Steamship Line, arrived On r.hotolP'aplllocountflr be around( again. AGENT FOR LANDS OF
Tuesday, we witnessed a short in Paxton & Hatch s store this _
t nine o'clock Sunday morning, race between NImrod, a horse belonging week. Mr. Rossiter Is a real artist In Quite a number of vegetables leave

g several passengers. The boat to Col. D. P. Gibson, and the railroad his line, and the lovliost nooks and crannies here every morning.Mrs. Florida East Coast Railway Company,
mmivnd of Capt. R. H. Fleming, train. Owing to the watchfulness of of this wellas
the picturesque vicinity,, as
|i A. Lovelace, of Jacksonville as : A. Hall left li Florida Coast Lino Canal A Transportation Company,
engineer, the horse lives to race again. views. of the streets and buildings, Wednesday, on .
N The Monticello is well known and of immense catches of fish, are to be visit to friends up the river. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

["assau ksonville ten, from years which ago. Since point then she IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and found In his collection.A This town sent two delegates to Melbourne ..... .- -. .. .

been plying the waters of New Widely-read Newspaper. Subscribe for fire was raging in the dry saw grass to attend the Christian Endeavor

pick. The vessel Is 220 feet long the ADVOCATE. beyond the pond west of the railroad Convention.The The

beam, draws 7J- feet of water and track Sunday evening. The flames were Bev. W. C. Barnes held an Episcopal Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

la speed of 14 miles per hour. She Melbourne. In full view from the top of the hill .on service here, /Sunday evening, in ,
|ake the trip from Miami to Nas- Barton avenue. But for the water Intervening the church to
; Baptist a large congregation. '
2 hours. The Monticello has an ; there would have been grave; 333. JS U:JL>3LsO w C 4-on'1 :ML: .XI: .or.

ill, and registered tonnage of COO. I GOODE &; OOODE.-lUal Estate and Loan cause for apprehension owing to tile (LATE CHAPMAN A 8UULOW.)
lie the trip from Nassau to Cape Agent: for /Ktna, Ixmclon and Liverpool and prevailing drought.A The Fort Plerco hotel has quite num-
10 hour ni<>l>e, and, Imnarlal, Fire Insurance. Special her of guests at present, but It would South Jacksonville Florida.
attention paid to the interest* of non real, party of fifteen spent Wednesday at jet more than over were an ad. placedIn ,
dauU. I the ocean beach, making the trip aroundthe the ADVOCATE.Dr. MANUFACTURER OF =-
island In the launch Paul. Arrangements
|;If you need any job printing, we HOTEL CAULETON have been made by the New Rock- Platt has commenced work on his
A,pleased to get a share of it. Beautifully situated MELBOCRNK on a high|: bluff, FLA.overlooking ledge to have the hotel launch make fine residence. Uy-the-way, It looks aIt FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and.

tho Indian Uiver. Flmt-cliws acoom regular trips to Georgiana and connecton the doctor Is kept pretty busy at present ,

moilatlona,and..rate.. ROBERTSON raimnniihln., Proprietor. the east side of the Island with Mr. being called away day and night.
and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
Vegetables Every
8j, Banyan. V. Hall's naphtha. 1Iles rll. heath & Bramlcttof fJadsdon, ,

The Initial alligator hunt of the season Ala., whoso ad. was published In the
The Oooile Seed Tobacco Kanit
i- Cotton Meal Dnst Etc Also
Horse on Fountain IlelithtH; Melbourne, I.., was made last Thursday, and as the pink paper of the East Coast-the An- ,
l DS are suffering for the want of now open to the publlo. for term address. word "fall" is not In Mr. Eyer's vocabu- VOCATE-spent a few day. here. Our The TL mc.L :EEard.-TI.n.c: Dran.CL
MRS It. w. (b ODE. people were on the lookout for their carload -
lary, the party of about twenty returnedat of live stock and purchased Ammonia. . . . 4 to A per cent j
with their which many
iMamle Harper, of Courtenay, l Is noon !game, was goats. and cows. Available Phos. ..11 For: $2ff.OO Per Tou.
Found hiding for the winter In its den
|friends In Tropic and Banyan. Miss Florence Norwood, of Tltusville, onMerrill's Potash K 0.I to 7 per cent )
Island. The Is In
'gator now
was a pleasant at the Carleton The Fort Pierce Social Club gave n
guest Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write '
Snell, of Bovine, keeps our citl! hotel captivity, and would measure ten feet ball evenlnA large -
I supplied with pork and beef.r. last week. except for the unaccountable absence ofa Tuesday from Eden. /A most joyablo party 'rices.[ Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f ftfcl

Mr. and Mrs. King, also Miss Grace part of Its tail. Rockledge probably came up and we trust It will freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, untlf
r. Drosca preached an excellentt evening was spent, .
Further notice.DUREN.
Cummings, of Melbourne Beach have holds "patent" this peculiar modeof
the Brantley church last bun a on not be long before the club gives an-

nlng.Dellio. been spending some days in our town alligator hunting, in which both other. Special thanks is due L. Carle- .. -- .. '- .. -..- -- .. -
the past week. ladies and gentlemen participate. ton, II. Hanklns and C. Summerlln, the
Sams, Horace Sams and
hillock I all sailed up to Courtenayy Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff and daughter While out sailing Tuesday In C. L. able committee of the club. & FEASTER......

| returning Sunday. are again with us this winter. They are Hatch's little yacht, Nymphea., C. A.

very pleasantly located In the Carter Winter, at the New Rockledge, in pay. STORE has the GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and.
IcMlllan and children went to cottage on the bluff. Welcome back. Ing attention to his flshing lines, to the ,
illle on Sunday last to visit her Uncut display of goods along the East
neglect of the main sheet made a
J Mrs. John Houston, who is very Mr. Illlyard, of Platka, agent for the ful capslzal. the shoal ,waters of grace-the Coast Our assortment Is so large and Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery, Glass and Tinware.
Etna Fire Insurance Co. In varied that with Your Hollcltell.rl'ITUSVLI..E. ,, .
|eon elltlQn of the lungs. was our opposite shore lIe quietly sought the we can supply you patronage
town last week, doing business with the need. We make .
anything you a specialty FLORIDA.
side of the upturned boat and there
Scott, Fred Whltlock and Hors firm high ,
j, of Goode A Goode, and settling the of supplying yachting parties.
were out bird shooting Wed claims of Mr. Wear Malabar who remained, having even dampened bin .. .
eek, and succeeded fat bagging was recently burned out. He lost all be feet, until the hotel launch went out and PAXTON A HATCH, Rockledgo.U. --

umber. owned In the fire. effected a rescue. ZE3." Xj. ZBK-:: -IDScto :IBIESO-: ::

are now fat and in splendid An informal dance WAS given at the C. S. Chapln, who Is a choir leader In B. Department of Agriculture \

D. Last Friday we had an oys- Goode house on Thursday evening, at he Boston; New, gave Rockledge a much appreciated song service solo last at Weather Duron Jupiter, Flu. Groceries, Grain Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple Fancy Groceries Fruit
It, at which no less than ten which quite a number of
(were consumed.ADVOCATE ple our young pea Sunday evening.; At the same serviceG. And Food Products oY all kinds. Oraln, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
spent those a very pleasant evening. F. Griffin, of New York, varied -the The following Is a comparative statement Food and Wheat We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In
Among present were the Misses of and rainfall)) for the
Is as Interesting as Maude Powell LillIe Mamie usual programme by reading a poem temperature the above lino of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage- :-
Robertson Jan. 11)! 1HD7.
ending Tuesday
i Is truly an East Coast it composed by himself, after a visit to ,
paper; E. L. BRADY A BKO. Tltusvlllo Fla.
Irwin, Ida Powell, Annie Goode, Carrie -1 1)1- -18WJATE. Very truly, ,
xes to grind, and our merchants Fairy Land Dr. Wlttfeld's place on the "
Jard( Jessie Goode, Mrs. E. M. Campbell MAX. MIN. MAX. HIM. .
upport it with their ads. and Island. The lines, which demonstratesully --- ---- '--' -- -- --- --- }
Ions. Mrs. John Goode; Messrs.. Allen the poetic fancy of the author will 13: 71 M: 72: 6:1:
Campbell, Joe Mills, John Nicholson, A. be published in the ADVOCATE.A 14 75 M 71 67 THE DECANTER. J
kraillar whistle of steamer Juno J. bode, of Melbourne; !Ir. and Mrs.J. 13 77 S'l 73 (3

sod by our vegetable shippersk S. Broomhead and Masters Edward moonlight sailing party, complimentary 10 74 f fl 71 fIIJ!'
| she having been hauled oft for and Benjamin Broomhead, of Atlanta from Mr. Bemis was enjoyed 17 74 117 7a: (0
ys to put In some new machinery Oa1I1r.; John Ferguson, Covington; on Monday evening. The following is ;M M w 63: Losley <& Rexiaker:!: : ;.
tory to the rush of business. Ky.; Mrs. L. C. Moore, Koaeland Fla. party participated: Mr. and Mrs. DeoreU. 10 73 112 37 4l! ,

We noticed many strangers and many kfrs., Grumme. Mr. and, Mr.Mrs.and Chapln Mrs. Cassel, Mr., Miss and Total rainfall for the week: 0: Inches Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies,
visitors In town the Departure from normal rainfall) for the
pleasant our pa.tweek
Courtenay.Harper 'rick, and Chas. E. Frick, all guests of Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. -
as delegates to the Sixth Annual week: minus lUll Inches. Departure ,
the New Rockledge and Mrs. Breck
Convention of the VoluaU and Brevard ; from normal rainfall since January 1,
Mm. Chatfleld, Miss CbatUeld, and U. E.Deml. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
district Union of the Christian Endeavor minus 2.12 Inches.
.. and hotel trade I I. solicited. .nd careful attention given to mall J
transacted business In bell in Melbourne from January 15th to J. W. Caovg. Observer.An Family Prompt
|nd Cocoa last Thursday. tth. Much good work has been done Mr. Page, of Philadelphia, I. Indeed orders. Cash must accompany your order. LO3LEY A KENAKEH Tltusvllle, Fla.

lames LaRoche, who had been ill by these noble workers. Tour correspondent 'an enthusiastic sportsman. He has
while had the pleasure of meeting killed many duck since Ms arrival at Englishman's Inventor'*
ng passed
last away very some of them, and regret not having met the New Hockledge and bass, and trout Ilewnrd.
them all. Among those noticed were Innumerable. Ills daughter, Miss Lily, :teal!: Estate /

I Same and sister came up from Rn. II. M. Goodell, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. hold. the ladles' record for this place, -
I the end of last week. Gardner and Miss Florence Norwood, of having palled In three channel bass The sale of the Bramble rotary engine -
Tltusville; Miss Mlnne E. Neal, of De weighing respectively 2ttr 20)4 and 18bs. was completed this week by the 'VQIT .T s. I'fIOAIAlS:: : ,.
transacted business In
Land B. Hall In addition to number of Jeepyeye Inventor receiving letters of .
tiny ; Mr* Geo. City Point; a large .
last. JMI.a mI X>ado OO. If'lorid4a:
Mr. Hood, :Fort Pierce; Captain H. B. mailer fl.b. credit from the Bank of England from ; ,

W. Holmes, of Faustina, was Shaw, Ormond; Kev. Wm. Shaw, Temple the Allan syndicate for sic million and Dealer In choice land on Biscayne Day; Residence properties and farm lands
D Coart nay on 8aDda,., Mills. The Rtr. Mr. Mill bu been YOU CAW FIND the finest line of Flab- seven hundred thousand dollars. at :Miami Baena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of 20 acres Bay front

JulU Porcher and with aa leading Divine service for sever1 Ing Tackle ever brought to Indian property at Cocoannt Drove for $. ,OOO; Fine residence at Cocoanut Grove, $oOOO_
nephew were al 1 days and nights at the Congregational River at the Rockledge store. Do not Remember the ADVOCATE:, Tltus- LoU at Cocoannt Grove from $100 upward Eight acre of land at Buena Vista-.
t Boselawn on Sunday last. horcb. Much good I* sure to come fall to call and examine this fine stock. yUle, don all kind. of Job printing; Give for $n .oo. Business block In Miami, lot lOOs) O. with houses bringing rental of

I I Holmes.brought over a party from the earnest work of this noble man PAXTOS: A HATCH, Rockledgr. u. a share of your work.] '175 monthly, Insurance paid np for one year, for 3000.





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" "Saved My Life"A PHICE.
; 1%. Thra h.r Shark th. Ally of th. Stranger, the Mountain Crowd and aVery -

; SwordlUn. Odd Apology. Get the "In-
VETERAN'S An Opportunity to
Sharks' eggs/ are favorite treasure STORY. A. I sat on a three legged chair in dian River Advocate" and

trove for visiting scientists to study and "Several front of the little mountain hotel wait-
years ago while In Fort Florida Citizen Together
to carry away, says a San Francisco ex- ing for bedtime to roll around a crowdof
Snelling Minn., .1 caught a severe Reduced ;
at a Greatly
change. The curious horny envelope citizens came along leading a man
cold attended with ;
, that serves as an egg case la often pick a terrible cough, with a rope around his neck. After Kate. .s, yfe p

"" ed up by excursionists, who little dream that allowed me no rest day or joshing the group I queried of one of ...
.,. night The doctors after exhausting The Florida Citizen Is now one of the
that the odd dark brown, leathery the men who held the rope:
in the United s
pocket, drying in the sand, once held a their remedies, pronounced my "Are you going to hang that man?" States most complete, outside newspapers of the great metropolitancenters. /, ryy/f ,

I I lively little shark. Mother sharks only case hopeless say.' "Ws ar', stranger goin to string Its type are set entirely by

I ( lay at one time, two eggs apiece, and ing they could do no him op" be replied in a businesslike machinery, and its printing is done on t 'lrl I

I. "-I the long tendrillike processes at each more for me. At tone."What one of Hoe's large presses. Steam and

I I corner of the case catch on, as the egg this time a bottle of has he been doing-stealing electric power both are used, and tele-: .. 1 ?
i. : is> extruded, to sea mosses or corals at a bone?" graph wires are carried directly into the

ii: I t I the bottom of the sea and anchor it securely AVER'SCherry "Nope; he killed feller named Jenkins office. The best of material Is employedin

4 i i I I until the young shark is batched up :yen a spell ago." every department, and most of the
: I As ;Pectra1wu "Has he been tried and convicted members of the force are old and experienced -
l- and is ready to emerge. spiral
, 1"(01( I' j springs they also literally serve to rock sent to me by a I asked as we walked along. world is obtained:journalists.from The the news Associated of the ,1

F { \ the young shark in the cradle of the friend who urgedme "Sartin he has. We tried him ten Press and that of the State from repre- \ I

er : deep. A remarkable variety in the form to take It,which minutes ago and :rendered a verdict sentatives stationed In every Importanttown. I

r r. I,I I of this egg case is offered by the Port I If. I did. and soon after I was greatly agin him. Yes. he got the pnrtiest kind The greatest care Is taken to obtain

f., I i 'I Jackson shark found also on this coast, I II relieved, and in a short time was of a triaL correct reports and to avoid false I

a 1( I I whose egg case, instead of being foursquare completely cured. I have never bad "But don't you think" I persisted, and sensational rumors. Particulars of

'; I I t Is cone shaped, and in this respect much of a cough since that time "he should be tried in court by a judge low criminalities and other excluded.matter unfit In
and for household reading are
resembles the of the
'ua, / I: typical ohimmrold.r' egg capsule and I firmly believe Ayer's" Cherry "Couldn't be did, stranger; oouldn't politics the paper soundly Democratic down I COMFORT I TIME I LOW RATES '
Sharks: literally swarm in Monterey Pectoral saved my life. -W. H. possibly be did nohow," he said as he following the principles laid lend by SAFETY QUICK ,
\ I WARD, 8 Quimby Av.,Lowell,Mass.AYES'S Andrew Jackson, and refusing to
'i t I I I bay> the genuine man eater sometimes changed bands on the rope. 11'0' see, itself to temporary crazes and schemesfor Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

'.' I 'I I coming within half a mile of shore. The the jedge was off fiahin and our ole jail private advantage. The Daily Citizen The Fleet is composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche"
enormous basking shark occasionally full of holes, and so we had to tarn in Is believed to have a larger circulation -
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\-0:' I 'I ; \ makes havoc of the fish nets. Two years and do the job ourselves. Yes, be kill- than any other daily journal south (new), "Algonquin; "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminoh' .

I 'I I ago a specimen about 80 feet long was Cherry PectoralHighest ed Jenkins and must bang fur it." of Atlanta and east of New Orleans. North-Bound. "
l. I j skinned for the benefit Stanford's "What was the evidence in the case?" The subscription price of the Weekly .
Steamers to sail according to the tide.
I \ I' logical collection. This big fellow has Award at World's l'aIr.AYEA'S "The evidence was all right sir. He Citizen Is $1 a year and that of the From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, :Tuesdays TLurehn'f, ,''
a habit of lying at the surface of the goes off flshin with Jenkins and comes Daily Citizen $8. We will supply the From CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and FHdan '
I' I t water sunning himself; hence his name. PILLS Art lidigntlo aid NudiclM back alone and says that Jenkins got INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the the For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally paper, ,'J+
lost" Weekly Citizen together; for $2.00, or South-Bound. 1
( Seemingly inert, he will lie still sometimes RIVER ADVOCATE and the Dally
until boat almost into him "But wasn't he lost?" Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 28, East River New York, at 8 p. m., as. follow,
a ,
Citizen for $8.00. A specimen copy ,
Mondays Wednesdays and
then a flash, a plunge, and a hole in the knot: The knot was of the slipknot variety "Couldn't be. Too lazy to git lost, either the Dally or the Weekly Citizencan For ACKSONVIW,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridgr"Clyde's ")
1 I I t water tells where he has been. Though and the harder the oow pulled stranger; jest killed him far some reason be obtained by sending a postal cardto

.i. i I i so immense and powerful, he feeds on the tighter was the knot drawn. or other and hid the body He's as the office of the Citizen, Jacksonville,

t r the tiniest of prey, the infusoria. One The oow had been in her strange predicament good as owned up to it, and now yo' Florida. St. Johns River Line.
I of the most striking marvels that come. about 34 honia when found. fall back and don't; bother us no mo'. "

rrl 11,1, out of these shark eggs is the thrasher, At the approach of the rescuing party "But I protest The man doesn't (DE BABY LINE) {

t I 1 or fox shark. Half of his tall thf up- the almost laughed and when she was look"I i Have You Any Vegetables or The Elegaat Iron Sldewheel Steamer
I released turned and licked the hand was interrupted by footsteps and I For Sale ?
i : $ per lobe, has grown into a terrible engine Poultry CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
t of war. How such a half tail i. so that set her free and with a long drawn. voices calling in the rear, and several -

; t : developed is a problem in evolution. It "Moot" scampered off toward home.- men came up to say that Jenkins had Supt. C. B. Knott, of the Florida East W. A. SHAW.
Is appointed to sail as follows
/t"1 I' \1 I 1 is longer than his body and head to- Willimantio Journal. been found in the woods sleeping off a Coast Hotel System, requests that truck Leaves Jacksonville, 8:80: p m, Sundays Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palatki
; gether and bus tremendous muscular drunk. Of course that spoiled the case, and poultry men along the East Const Sanford Knteclrrlse and intermediate landings on the St. s River.
'I. power for he uses it to beat the life out and they were obliged to free the victim communicate with him during the season Leaves Sanford D.UOa. in., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.

::\,.'. : of bill prey, and that prey is the whale. REIN AND SPUR. but they looked so savage about it stating what they have for sale and
I I j I I have seen him J lifting that immense -- that I lost no time in getting back to quoting prices, as he has established a SOUTHBOUND.down. 8CHEDULE. NORTH Read JlUt:1i up: bRead

: flail of his like the gleaming arm of Alix's record looks safe until another the hotel and deciding it was a good purchasing department for vegetables Leave 8.80 p. m. ......................... ,Jackeonvlile........................ Arrive 8.30..1
!It ,I high out of the year. time to go to bed. The only apology poultry, eggs, etc. 8.46 p. m. ....................:.........Palatka........ ............... ,... Leave U.IOp.,.
'l some Cyclops, ocean 8.00.. m. ........... ... ...... .. A"tor. .. ....................... .... 8.00pD
i. I and bringing it down thwack after Mar >2:11> : has been in training all made to the stranger came from the I' 4.80.. m. .........................8t. FrancI8........................... I.SOL'
.; thwack on his victim with a thud and the man who had talked to me and he sal*: ,. S.30 .. m. ... ........,........... Beresford.......................... 12.00 moo
I 1 year.: it -Do you ever get chills and fever? I' 8.00 .. m..........................Blue Spring.......................... 11.30',1
: I a splash and uproar, the mere horror of Ornament is not entered in the Realization "Stranger, ; seems yo' didn't kill If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jacksonville Arrive 8.80 a. m.. ............... ...........Sanford........................... 000',1
? t" which ought to paralyze any whale. that onery critter of a Jenkins after all, .. 0.2 .. m.. .......... ................Enterprlll... ... ................... U.30..m
i: )' And unless the whale is thus rattled, for 1897.D..ld but yo' look jest like a man who'd steala Guarantees) Florida to cure Chill with &one Fever bottle.Tonic. .... ....... ............ ....Bo. Fla.Railroad Wbarf (Sanford)........ ....................12 60 paCen'l .

!., I I jOlt why he is fool enough to stay at Wilkes >9:23> :>> } has been sold mewl!, and if I was yo' I wouldn't
to Maine parties. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleJ.
around than
longer to
1 the surface and get battered to death is
: "
I. j a mystery. Grampuses are reported as A half mile track is to be built at git a drink and draw a long breath."- bitter

I I the thrasher'allies in this curious combat Charlottesvllle, Va., in 1897. New York Sunday World.: tonics Why when will you Grove's buy Tasteless nauseating Chill .A.LESLIE, Supt. Jico. L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt. F. IRONMONGER, JR., Fla..Past'Jlp

," and two or more sharks will work Rushville Maid the dam of Vitello, -- Tonic is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1 1Taro.
together, delivering alternate blows 1:10: died recently Rochester. What Father Bald. Your druggist is authorized to refund G. Eoorw, T.M., A.J COLB,General Passenger Agent M.H.CLYDE,A.T.J!

!)n; with something of the regularity of Chinese A horse show will be held at Cleveland the money in every case where it fails to 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK. I
\ 1 \ flailing beams. Between the worry- the latter part of next month. cure. Price, 60 cents. 23-10-97( WM. P. CLYDE A: CO., General Agent,
the and the 5 Bowline Green New Tork. It,. So. Delaware AT.,FMIadtlphU
ing by thrashing
,, grampuses
"''. General) Wilkes, 3:21: %, is now own
\ the sharks' tails the whale all
It, try gets
ed by R. L. MoMunarua of Calhoun Ky. I
f I. I broke and torn to bits the -FAITHFUL MEN -OR
'I up dyeing \-\TANTED
f,,. I. \I "sea a gouty gory red," like Eugene Pilot Medium leads all sires of new .ilh V V women to travel for responsible II

f : I I Fleld'.would-!if-I-daretpirate. In .ome 9:90: performers having seven to his : established house in Florida. Salary MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. ,:
i Waters the swordflsh is the thrasher credit $780 and expenses. Position permanent.
I \ self-addressed
I ,shark's reputed ally. The mile track at Dover N. II., haa stamped Reference.envelope.Enclose The National, Star Florida, New York, i
i been purchased by Frank Jones of Forts-
I I When Uoes Old Age Beglnf mouth. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Jan29,97 Philadelphia and Boston. 'I

1 I mention ago of course only in esteem The track at Readville Mans., will Sailing; from Brnnawlck, Ga., direct to New York. 1

,) r I I of it. When a hearty man tells be plowed up Bud covered with manure -Samples of "Palntofl": may be had PASSENGER SERVICE.

; I bis years, be is confessing not their bur- this fall. at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge.
Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "All
( dens but only their dignity. Strictly Trainer David McCloary, who drives RAIL" F. C. &; P.R. R. on Thursday only,4:00: p. in. Arriitlirunswlck
his soul's experiences, not the years, are Star Pointer 3:20): was formerly T:.JO p. m. fasBougera going at once on bow
bill age, and as for the body, if we come sistant steamer.
to Joe Iteu. Through oar without transfer Jacksonville to Brlln wlcl
to fine distinctions, we know well
I enough that it is only somewhere between Island Girl, 2:12k: by yllh""" RUBBER TAMPS WHY NOT HAVE YOU. PROPOSED SAILINGS I
I been booked Lv.New York Pier 21 E R,3:30.1. Brunswick
to be bred Island Wilkes, : < m (Standard Time.) Lv.
I I 8 and 7 years old in the oldest! of WORK DONE BY QUICK
I At 50 the soul has just moved into 2:132 next season. TKNIIILS1EALS CHCAPANOARELIABLIFIRM.STEELOIES.WA Friday Oct. 9.COLORADO. .Friday, Oft I
us. '
Friday, Oct. 16. .... ...Friday, Oct. 5
I its eighth new body, which is its oldest Celaya, 2:11J. has been campaign. BRASS ; > Friday Out, 23.COLORADO..................Friday.. Oct.

., I I nevertheless. Our very substitutes for ing since she wan a yearling. and keeps Willie Well SEALS. IBASSCHECKSvBIGGESTPLAN Friday Friday Oct.Nov.30 0....... ........................COLORADO.RIO ................... ...... ,..Friday.Friday,,N HOT of."'
flash and blood share the soul's honors. constantly Improving.Del now that you've come, f
I I'll have to for the doctor. For enerallnrormatlon. steamer*, tralnNlrato" etc.. apply to any railroad agent or to '
We would never for example that Norto made suppose go !
soy track record ,
a now STEEL A.P.MURPHY Agent, Fernnndlna F a. CHAS. DA VIEH"' Agent,220 W. Bay St.JackmonvlliH.
.. : Rear Admiral Tour des Indes is 77, except I in Stockton, Oa!., by pacing a first heat 'eathentone-Why, Willie? srwsprtEap Hl RAYMOND, General Southern Brunswick Oa.
I his cork leg whioh is scant 80 and in the 2:10: pace in 2:08.: Willie-Father says you always make annals. IN THE SOUTH C.H.MALLORY General Agent Pier 20, E.River, and 302 Broadway N. Y.

I his wig, which is only I 9. His body I Ii M. Beamer Blackburn, Ma, the him sick.-New York Sunday World. ,

I both natural and artificial is just the owner of President
Wilkes 2 :19%, is '
j' age of his stout old soul. Nor when Jio 83 old but still directs ---- ---
has dropped anchor at last in tbe havenwe ing of all the farm colts. ;
spell with two e'" shall we think of
f. I I Ii
It is said that the proprietors of the (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.
I his body as being any older than on the I line WHY ? ) m
running between Grant'sPass
the soul vacated it Atlantic
1" day ?
I Or., and Crescent City, Oal., recently Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise, ;
t Monthly.. ,_____________ purchased 60 head of horses in Ye, why do Bicyclists Become :

Her Tall In a Knot. the state of Washington at $4 per headErplinit. ,-I
A curious accident happened to a
: cow belonging to David Mathews of We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, she
I, muslo and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We closing on
Union the other day. The oow was "Patrick I was sorry to hear that you are
the stock of Pianos and to!
Organs at unheard-of low prices to make for a
missed at night and the next day a were arrested last week. What WitS the
line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Kingsbury Piano
search was made and the animal was charge against you? We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more than If,
found in a most peculiar situation. She "Sivin dollars and costs, sir." ask for them : .

wits fast by her tail to an alder bush. "I mean, what; were you charged Conover. style. K, wal................ ........f3BO Haines Bros., style 6, man......-.s*
,* The had evidently been swishing with when they brought before the .I .. S'e?...... ...................an! Schubert 16. .................. f''
I cow ;you .. J..b. ................ ... 2110 Malcolm Love wal.................... i.
+. her tall about, and the tail had been Justice?" 'I J." war.......,................. 300 Steinway eb .................... :* '
i thrown against the alder bush and become "Apple brandy, sor."Bloomington EATING u.. .u. M.b.................. 400 Everett, eb;..................' i'I"
K wal .... .....
? I .......... 323 Klngsbury style n \
twined around itln_ thefqrm_ a Pantagraph. McCammon.. style 22, wa1. 300 .i A .b..j........ ........... e
; Enthusiasts ? 22, 300 Knabe Grand ........... ...... *
; --- ".. J.wal .. .. ......... 278 Stuyvesant oh.. ................ .. '"
---- TIIEV note the ..........:......." 2110" war ....... ....;.. *
: quick response as the pedal Is touched, Haines. Bro, 6; .b.... 200 Newsby& Evans eb..'.... ..'..'. ..... ? ''t
'r the smoothness of motion as they glide along, the "." 8, eb ....... ...... 1115 Jas. M. Star eb..................,,... )II'' Y h
perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest 3. a>ak....................1ao Morrie, 1* j

: I' L The highest claim for other A strains, and then discover why we ask them to Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them polished, '1

I \ tobaccos is Just SEE THAT CURVE) I put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momeytr M
i" as No Swaying Frames.No funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack k .cI
good as Durham. Binding of Bearings.Art sonville; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. ,

I #, Every old smoker Catalogue eats In Stamps. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, "

.j a knows there i is none just KEATING WHEEL CO., Mlddletown, Ct. 24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ,"
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t v as good as p
F. W. BEERS Agent St. Augustine Fla.

ff II o :H: ..6.. s. :a L "C'" rz &; CO ..
Blackwell'sBULL ---- DEALERS IN -

BICYCLES.Best line in the State. Fine: ; W tiac is an.c:1: :L.1caUOrs.:; : .

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1 DURHAM 41T *: 419 W. B.78t.,

LUTHT $150.00. RICH WIXK9 create good, rich I*' j
: i Tobacco thy blood. Don't make the mlstal"i":/ '
i buying ,sour poor wine becauMcheap.

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i i FOWLER, $100, 7300. ) T It Is not. It ball a nasty anti[
greeable effect the system
I 1! I good wine. really upon not e.pen i'., '
You will iI'
find one coupon inside CLEVELAND, $100, $35.00. ,
O fl. gives you that pBed-together
I each two ounce bag.and twocou- satisfied feeling. (' .
I pons inside each lour ounce WESTFIELD $75.00, $60.00. Or- We make Specialty:of NorthUna ....v.
Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey
f'I bag of Blackweir.Durham.
to years old.sajso: per gallon. .
1 Buy ?. baA: f t b I. c*'Ie- Parties iHuga DryuTowmnscan. ..
united tobacco and read the well to order from *
\ d f co\lpoa-wbich l them 60 per cent.on all order ,.i
gives a list B. F. MANIER Jr. ..
of valuable presents and how ,,. _Jff: AIrMIld: money with 0 '
1 I we will not open new account* ;:
to get them. suitable Jacksonville reference I U +
Jacksonville 4.
Fla. / No Oood sent C.O.D. to Dry Tow'
I fl II a" AI Agent for Indianopoli Brew'1
With Freyer A: Bradley: Mnslo Co. Brewers and Bottlers Indian*!*'*
( ; Hercules Halt Ionic I3.2S per ease; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, M-M per can,.

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lls house, centrally and pleasantly located,'has been newly furnished; Is now
han ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home t-> tourists and .
ivellng public generally.) I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friends C. B. KNOTT, Gen'l Superintendent.ST. .
(East Coast to call and tee me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. _
*' __ ) TltuiiI"illc; FIO:1.id:
;I New hotel new furniture modern im The above hotel Is now open and In full running! order, and the table Is sup- Alcazar,

!!, E PALMS provements. Fronting on beautiful Lake plied with All the market adonis-such as game, fish, oysters, etc. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager.
1'-1 Worth. Now open for the winter of '08) ,A carriage meets All trains\ for the convenience of guests. A first-elaes laun- Open' November first tOMay that.
and '07. $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special dry attached to the hotel.

< the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. J. O. BAST, Proprietor. Casino, r

A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent.
Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Bathe

i r--sris House.. WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla. Ponce de Leon. '

0000.4. FLOEl.ZX>.4.. OILLIS *
located the Good Table. '.
Pleasantly near large hotels. Large airy rooms. Open MUltRAY1ManagerR.

SE PROXIMITY TO ROCKLEDGE.Rates Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.00 per day,; $7 to $10 per week.
:, $2.00 per day. Special rates by the week or month. J. .T. WHITE, Proprietor. '
Rooms only. Open during! February and March.
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SEAN BEACH: HOUSE.r rON NOW ,0PEN".c-: ........... OUMOND.,- The'Ormond. Ie .


poslte Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates New Rockledge Hotel.
ag to location of rooms. House open all the year. BEACH,

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

-- --- ::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: FRED STEURY, Manager' :,. '"' > t ':
Open January to April.! .10 ', I
OT= ::E3ELLE-v-o-E.,

>cmrne, Florida. Eock ledge, F orida.: ,,',. ". .,,'.,..:.,',',','.','........,'..,w.\ Palm Beach Inn, :, '\1 I'
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River.) ,
f H. E. BEMIS M'gr., Mohonk Lake, N. Y. FRED STERRY, Manager. ,,, ,'
,v r Open December to Nay t"j "
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N A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. ..1" ..
Palm Beach Casino '::: ,
Orange grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur ," '

passed. Prices moderate E. A. WATSON, Superintendent, $
Salt Water /Swimming Pool. Surf Bathing.
rnr- Send for Illustrated circulars. II. P. SHARES, Fishing from Ocean IMor.

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn.
Royal Palm, (
II. W. MERRILL, )[lu1I1ger.
The Plaza Hote1. On lilMcayuo flay Open January 1, 81)7.) ,

New York Office, 26 Broadway.

-ate ... Send to general ofllcoa\ St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.
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[minute from Railway Depot i near poatofflce,churches and school FlratlnM laundry In Opened
.Ion with hotel. Rates j e2.e4)to 93 00 per day j specialrate VY[ 1C.*VAMl by the'HKIjlj week,ormonth.k. rrOliriBvOr. Roekled;e. Flori la. The Hotel Placide J1891

Mrs. K. M. CAMPBELL, Manageress.IMINOLE
..ON" ZN"JZ.A.N": : : RIZTIi7R..
wln the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and went
one block from Bay: l<:iythlng entirely new. Elegantly: fiunlshod throughout.
HOTEL Large airy. rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. Superior Culxlne and Service. Bus moots all trains Term $:1,50/ per day and
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Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving. upwards. Special: rates by the week N. L. WARD, Proprietor.

S. H. PECK, Proprietor.Also __ _. _' ..-- ..... .... n_ ... ... _
--r. A. lIAPJ>I It.'iETTE..
All the Year.
.. Open Partner of The Mich. hotel
Managing Arlington Petoskey, a summer ,
with a capacity for 300 guests..Hotel. INDIAN: : : :RIVER: :: :aO't'EL'II:

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't'bis hotel U substantially built of brick,'and has every convenience. Close to ... Algonquin. .. ,ar. r Indian Rivor.Fin. '
'buss to and from trains. .
( ]way Depot. Free .i:
-" attached to the hotel, with fishing tackle on board, for the use of '

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1TE8 : From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special rates by the week or it _

1111111111111 \ \\ \\ \\\\ \' V \A\ + Open All The Yonr.

M. J. ROYCE, Manager.
Only a few tub U tea'
IEOKGE ZAPF, Proprietor. rail Idi bll 1 11 1 o i ; iai n n j il gum m en n '., walk from Railway stations
and Steamboat land
ti,. m Poaaaio yl v m ings.a .
4 On the hanks of then
OTEL COQUINA Plaza Hotel x far-tarn0d Indian River.

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., Open December 3rd.iRMONDBYTHESEA.
4- .

Most centrally located. Fronting the < 'a t
D. ,
Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic '
Ocean. Splendid view from its long and :

BATHING: AID DRIVING are broad Rates verandas.: $2.00 per day and upward. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to

Specialties at Ormond.or Special rates by the week. New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric Bells in every room.
First-class table 'board at reasonablerates. Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking: the Bay, with fine D Families.
Circulars, address, i Ocean View. All white help. Rates $2.00 per day and upward. Special: Weekly -
MRS. A. S. PELL. Rates. Sample Room. M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor,
JR & PINING, Managers, /Sr.' AUGUSTINE, FLA. Two Minutes Walk from Central



Zlorillard: : : 'V'illa.: .... .._n "" "'_ '' _' .. _

IE COLONNADES, .....Indlanola is on Merritts Island...... I '' St. George Street, Travelers' Hotel. ,'

lie Peninsula opposite Daytona.) Four Miles North of Rockledge. ST AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. M Is located in the center of the

LARGE, Sunny rooms, all looking on city, midway between the post- This Hotel is now under new management
office and Gates. Its ,
Indian River. Good home table. City surroundings

I hotel is delightfully situated; is Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, row- are exceedingly plcturesfjue and has been thoroughly renovated through-
I by steam; has Electric Lights, the grounds being unsurpassed -
fishing and hunting. Will meet .
ing, ,
r and Sea Baths, etc. It is the by any private hotel In
guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer 1 '
pleasant all-the-yeawound hotel s, r the city. out ,- -=-=_
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them to and from house free of charge. I
I East Coast Rates Terms:-$2.00 per day. Hu meets all Train, and Electric Cars pius door. Hath room and all
: $1.5Operday, M .
i.::$2.50 and $3.00 per day. $8.00 week. & Special Rate by the week. Convenience on every floor. ,
per t All the ear.-
$12.50: to $15.00 per week.C. pen.
Address:. Electric Bell, Hot and Cold Rates-Amerlcan Plan, $2 to $2.5O; European 6Oc. to $I.OO.
C. POST, Proprietor. O. W. SCflUTLER, -- Baths.., Special Rates by the Week.

Indlanola, Fla. Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietor.
Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. .
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ark Cottage Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. :SO'IEJL.': : CON'OZIZIY':: ,:: : .,

it t Palm Beach, Florida. Hotel Geneva, The Holly Inn : tDaytona. )--: Perfectly new hotel with MIAMI all modern, FLORIDA.Improvement", Located on park one

block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of BlMayne Bay. hates
Poinciana $2: per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
Hotel Royal ) .
pposite Cor. Forth aDd Cedar M*.
:E= or1da: _
..-)Jacksonvllle Fla.

ad on the Lake Front. Verandas Modern' Improvement, Baths, etc., on I The New Hotel Elliot L/" :
Every jfloor. Gas aad Electric Situated on the bank of the beautiful Halifax River, which Is unsurpassedfor ,
terlooking beautiful Lake Worth. Lights, Passenger Elevator. ,Artistically ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. '
and Elegantly! Fur- Boating and Fishing. JACKSOJmtLi:, FLA.
nished. ,'. V Cor. Bay and Bridge fits. ,
$2.00 to $3.00 day. '
: : per Good Bicycle Road Excellent Table. Carriage meet all train. Nearest hotel \>r five blocks to union depot. Rate*-Rooms 00, 730., 917 $1.S
Special rates by the Week. Bates per 1 Day from $2.00 to $100.VfMkly Rate From and $J per day; with board, $2, $:a.OO, $3 and $3.50 per day. Speclai rata by
at.! ...AppUmtlM.pceittl *- $2.50 per day. week or month and for large parties Overlooking $&. John River. Newly sad

}I. 3. YARBOROUGH, JIa&M for M....._. Special by week or DJODt))._ elegantly furnished; all modern Improvements; two blocks of union depot Clyde
I 8. 8. Wharf aDd po-toffle
Proprietor. ED. L. OWENS. Prop. O. g0wIfj19, 1'ropr. J, Eo T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and M..ger.



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; :I M" 1,1 I!, 8, INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 22, 1897. _

t : I''II'I past partaken of. ;..Mr.\ and Mrs. E. B. Wager and Mr. I MRS. CAROLINE WASHBURN ROCKWOOD
i I Ii Saturday evening, at a. Christian citizenship Chas II. Walton joined the party of THE ROBBINS1GRAHAM Cft
: j jI meeting Captain H. B. Shaw, of Florida editors who passed through I OF NEW VOKK
I i Ormond, a most practical address
here yesterday on their way to Nassau.
Illustrating certain points by a thrilling The editors Will leave Miami on Friday Solo Soprano & Choir Director
description\ of the recent wreck on our morning:, spend that night; and Saturday Paid Up Capital 2500000.

coast. In Nassau leaving,again for Miami Sunday : of the Memorial Church, St. Augustine
I I Sunday was a red-letter day, the eve- morning, and taking the F,< E. C. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We
I \ ning meeting,: -led by the Kev. William train, en route home, Monday morning, .
Shaw, of Temple Mills-on Missions, Will open a Studio In St. Augustine on
: followed .consecration service reachIng -- ---
by a session of eight
',,' For Sale] the climax. Eight young persons nr- GIVE TilE "ADVOCATE"; AN Feb.weeks 4th during for a special which she will\ receive have for sale a large list of careful

expressed desire. to become Christians ADVT. It is a Good Advertising Me- both male and female students In voice )!
Common and fancy pineapple plants. and lead a new life. dium for those who want.to increase placing development and proper use, selected Indian River Properties.
Forty acres to select from. Lemon and Miss Minnie E. Neal, of DeLnnd was their business. for drawing-room, church orators con- for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
elected and J. Agents
.' ether citrus trees president, Lyman, secretary cert and onera. Special attention givento If,I
F for the ensuing year. Dally les Canal and Transportation Co.
JAMES HOLMES, weak throats and lungs.
; 'i 1'1'' MONEY. We want to loan on first
Fla. The next meeting will be In January, rates. Public
Jensen, arranged at special
I 1' 1808 at New Smyrna.. real estate mortgages. Ten per cent sons vocal I
I speakers teachers, and all needing C3AIVAXJdAlXrDDSi.: : .
Misil free of all to lender D. L.
I Neale will be our delegate to the expenses Invited to corres-
and finish are
t i Land For! Sale. National Convention, next July, at San Gaulden?TI Titusville.' pond power with Mrs. Rockwood concerning Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville .TampaA., .Key. West Railway Com,

I ,' i Francisco. private and class Instruction terms and Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co,

t "j {' '' Lot at Myers Fla., and 80 acre of A resolution her expressing sympathy !n'r If you need extra copies of the hours without delay, as both time and and other Low Priced Lands.
i' ,land on Hawthorn Creek near Myers. with Cuba In struggle for freedom, ADVOCATE, you can get them at the number of pupils received must be
I j 1 was unanimously adopted.The drug store of Dr. Screven or at the limited. Address Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
I I W. S. THOMAS, Miami Fla.
kind attention and hospitality of
news stand of Mrs. Eaton, Titusville. MRS. ROCKWOOD, Titusville. Florida.
i the Melbourne people was lavish, and
t I contributed In no small degree to the 156\ Fifth Ave., New York
For Charter. pleasure of the visit. The meetings [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any
were all very helpful awakening new Job printing you need.]
t! '/ The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be purposes fresh enthusiasm and renewed FOB first class shoemaklng and repairing PAXTON & HATCH

I (''I!' chartered by the day, week or month; consecration, which will be taken home -Never fall to read our Inside pages.! call on J. A. Daugbtery, Washington mad '' :
,. I ''I I ,: anywhere between Ormond and Miami. and communicated to other workers. You will always find something: to interest avenue Titusville Fla. Shoes
I Good accommodations for ladies. For to order in fine style.
I On account of illness of our corresponding you. DEALERS IN !
i I I further paitloularsk write to secretary, Mr. C. A. Gardner the I -
I I j'l CAPT. GKO. Cook writer was requested to make this report -

I !; i I i ..._. _Titusville. Fla. II. M..GOODELL.. Fischer's Dry Goods Notions Gents i

i Cottage.Pa12rJ. ,

: il Millinery. Three Excursions to Jamaica.The : : SSP mtM. % %7 by; T1.'t'1.1s'V'1.J.J.e, F1i. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats Cap,]'

Plant Steamship Line Informs Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms good table, pure drinking ,

I I and DRESSMAKING. steamers the ADVOCATE Is appointed that one to sail of from their Port mail\! water.Rates: 2.00 per day; special rates by the CIIR.week F.or 'ISClIER month. Proprietor. Hardware, Crockery, Corn, Oats and Hay, High Grade fr 6cq't!

I, Tampa on February 12tb, March 4th and '
Ammunition and General
Merchandise if
i I March20th for Port Antonia, Jamaica; -.----. -- --.- -.----- -. conies, Fishing Tackle,
J ", leaving for Port Tampa February 10th,
J \ I i iI March nth and Match 27th. ; 1897 Model WheelsIn The St. Cycle Co. :El.Cos.x..EDG-EJ:: : FLA.. [
I I i Rates between Port Tampa and Port Stock : Augustine

: +Kr, t tI tR Antonia one way, $10; round trip, $70. Victor $100. .---

I ,' Port Tampa and Kingston; including Ic==-= dZ sI'ES.':: :
of wheels
I i I I I railway fare from P01.tntonla, one Wolff, $100.Rambler Has the best line .: 1
way, $42.50; round trip, $75. $80.
I "' d sundries in the state.
Crescent: $30 $15.a bdl11'1i' '.
I work 1-2 <::> ,
I j I r 'I Fine Yacht for Sale. Patee $60. Kinds of bicycle repair
: i $35. neatly done. ggs :
Naphtha launch for sae. In perfect Special = >-
ban the
I order; nearly new; BOft. long and Oft. boot bicycle roods la Fla.:: F. W. BEERS Prop. ==

wide; fitted with a 16-horse power engine .__ a--
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of the Gas Power & Engine; Co., a y =::1
New York. Main cabin is )lift. long; 1-2 I _.
I'," I 8ft. wide and Oft. 3in. head-room. Has P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER. Q s=;r) =
'. electric bells, and sleeping accommodation --- Q.t.f.2.
I. : Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction for six. Every convenience and .
Wholesale and Retail -
i : I guaranteed. fully equipped throughout. Speed nine

I / miles per hour. Cost $7,01)0) ; will sell Deaera.ln STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES!: Fruits and Vegetable; 1 Tj
I for $t,500.( orders solicited. TITUSVII.LK, Fu
j Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds
I I. Addict:,NAPIITHA LAUNCH, Carriage Wagon
I I TItusville, Fla. Care of ADVOCATE

't, 'I l i Titusville, Fla. and Material. The NewSelden c" .

I'. j.I : FOR SALE.if What They Think of Us. -- f
.. I II: .. ._ Carts Pleasure and Business Vehicles Hand etc. etc, Door flrg
Saddlery Carts ,
WEAVER, KANSAS, Jan. 13, '07. Dump Cypress Companji! '
I Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'I I, IF You Are Looting for a Bargain Editor Advocate

I The Clear View Pineapple Plantation Dear SIr-Your valuable and newsy :PALATKA hL 1. ;
ft pink paper of the East Coast of Florida
I I r is for sale, for less than one-half its actual Comes; to hand. every week as regurlar as Opened' October lat, 1800, turned the steam on to
L Lumber and Go
f value, as a whole or In lots to suit clock work. It Is anxiously looked for, Michigan Manufacturing

;I,- i purchasers Terms exceptionally ren.si and I am so pleased with It that I do not One of the Largest and Best' Equipped Door, Sash, i

i I I r, I< onable. Come and see property if possible know how I should do without It. MANUFACTURERS OF -

a"; I I; ," ., if not, address Populist Although, and I was am very in Kansas glad when, I am I not saw a and General Wood Working Plants in the United States

J'1' I HARRY,W. RICHARDS the ADVOCATE take such a bold and Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings Flooring
; Eden, Florida. strong stand for honest money-chamiloolng And with experienced management (covering a past experience of e:|

j. _. its cause with Buoh vim In a. free yean In'Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the I
I -- -- -- silver state like Florida. It wan, therefore Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. possible'material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will >'

h Methodist Church. a surprise to many that Titusville Doors Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials; Tanks Glass,<|
I had Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and
I i gone Republican for the first timeIn
I :; its history. Please find enclosed office.
The following the services held and
,. i money order for your paper. Awae ltd Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and) International ExpositH'
; I' to be held In the M. E. church this week
'fII" Yours truly, Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta 181)5.
On and
Thursday Friday, at 7 p. m., W. M. COOK.
t. I preaching by liov. C. A. Maunders, presiding
: I elder of the Jacksonville district
,, I also on Saturday at 10:1)0::) a. m. and 7 p. Change of Schedule. l
m., and Sunday at 11 n. m. and 7 p. m.
t'ommrmlon after the 11 o'clock sermon
On Tuesday last, the 10th inst. the
on Sunday, and the quaitorly collection.
i Quarterly conference on Saturday at new schedule of the Florida East Const PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
... went into effect.
1:!IO p. m, railway Four trainsa I
I r Sunday. school at 10 a. m., and Ep day each way are running between
I worth League at 3 p. m. Jacksonville and St. Augustine.; The I ,IfoawoI Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago\ "t
through south-bound train leaves I
preachers.Rev. Saunders You Is will one have of Florida's a treat best to Jacksonville at 10 a. m., arriving at i Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Flt>

iif. your mind and soul. Come, and hear rmond at 1:20: ; Titusville at 3:10: ;
I r' + for yourselves. llookledge at 4:10: ; West Palm Beach at Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.Now .
8:50(); Hotel Royal Poinciana at 0; Palm
; II Yours respectfully Doach Inn at 0:05: and Miami at 11:43. : P
l DR. BEer.r THE BEST for the Least rirte
;' The through northbound train leaves! LIQUORS .Money. "Us :for :Pr1oe8.
? Miami at 5 a. m., arriving at Jackson-
Building Lot For Sale. ville at 0:45: : p m. So soon after the
commencement of the new schedule as Jug Trad.e Solicitc1.;
: f I justness shall warrant a morning train Rye and Corn tier.gal;, !...._,. ........$ 1.50up/ Ironunl By, per gal. ............ coo is Your Chance
Lots 3, 8 and 11, block 10; lot 0, block will be put on from St. Augustine to Turn& Holland Gin.... ...,.... ..... 1.60 tip Californl Wines Catawba, Port,
x 17, Titusville.II. Miami, leaving; St. Augustine; at 8:43; Coifnuo Blackberry, Peach and Sherry Claret and Angelica. 1.(M)
: up
M. GUANNISB Orlando Fla. ; Apple Rrandio......... ...... l.Wup\ Bottled' veer,per> dos ..... ..... .
Ormond, 10:4J: : ; Titusville l2:08.Rockodge ; Sioux K\eperKnl................. 3.'IN) Imp.Slierrlen, per Ral......... 4.00toS.ou
; 12:55: ; Miami, 7:20.: The regular tnlilen( brown; Rye, per Bill. .. .. ._. 4.'IN) )m\l.\ Oporto. Port per gaL.4.u0toeiln) To Start Lemon GrIn
northbound train arrives at Titusville at Shawnee Rye, per gal. ............ 0.00 Imported GI1I8.I"'rgal..4.lIOt06.00 a Grape Fruit or Orange
TILE CHltlSTIAN KXDRAVOKCONVENTION. 1:25: p. in. Instead of 12:50: as heretofore. Fine Imported and Key West cigars: and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per 100 ,
'T I R and upwards. Bond money with all orders. All jugs Ifio. per gal. extra. order to encourage; and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Soutf:
y Will mall complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during they I
)% : '\ Something That was Needed.The when desired without extra chaige. Send for price list.J. 00 days make a reduction of fifty ((50)) per cent in freight rates on Nursery j
This district convention of dele-
was a
over its line to points south of Titusville. F
t t I Rites from the societies in Btevard and H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,
) Yolusla counties and was held at Mel- East Coast railway refrigerator JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
I. bourne January 15th to 18th. train; went Into service between Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. :':\\JI:

t There are 22 societies in the district and Miami Tuesday morning goIng Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit ST. AUGUSTINE, F '',,11
t. I 20 of which sent reports, showing that south with such perishable stores and wine trade. November 17, 1806. '"
: as a general thing the work is going forward as the merchants desire sending and returning -
slowly. There are live Junior Endeavor the next day with fruits', vegetalcs -
I societies. At the convention _)__, fish, etc._ The run will be made In TH.E /"
))1 I ail delegates were present representing one dry ii the south on Tuesdays ,
', 13 societies besides quite a number of Thursdays, Saturdays, and northward THE EDWARD STILING
ministers and members who were not Yom Miami alternate days.. This ex- FLORIDA CART Electrical and '
delegates cellent service was arranged by C. B. Machinery Suppli ;

,r; The weather was lovely-quiet, sunny Knott, superintendent of the Florida ,!
,; l' i J'' days and moonlight nights. Everybody East Coast Hotel system, and Traffic MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR
had a word of praise for Melbourne with Manager J. P. liockwith for the Florida
$ ( her broad avenues, nice lawns elegant East Const railway. High Grade' Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy MotorJ!
i t residences and fine views of liver and Generators. Warren Altrenator, IIornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse WllliaCo. ( .*
I btyou. ieVat2Ii SPECIALTIES' | E'ectrloFan' *.Sewing machine motor Dental motort.Clad.
Mnltipolar' Motors for
heaviest Improved'treet milvay"
a The president of the society-Mr. Ly- ment modern In design and work
-Among the prominent guests at the construction. Fully guaranteed and prices right.
J. j ; man-who had done a great deal of hard I Grand View hotel this week were Gov. F. BISHOP Manager. JACKSONVILLE"!.
work, and gotten up an unusually good Gleoaon and wife W. II. II. Gleason, of Salesroom SI West Fonytb St.,Repair Shop,2029 Main St.
I programme, was, unfortunately, sick, Eau Gallia\ ; Wni. B. Smith Miss\ W. '
J J :a j.< but was able to attend one or two of the Chatfield and L. F. Priest of Boston;
i I"" last sessions. 1\[. A. Hadley, Birmingham Eng ; D. D. GEORG MARX. JOHN MAC
'I I Friday evening there were five very In. Shepard mil
Rochester N. V., and
t teresting' papers on "The Knowledge" of J. Beardaley, of Bridgeport, Conn. The MARX: BHOWholesale :
"Faith In Christ
"Love to latter gentleman Is in 111 health, having a
Christ. Rev. Mr. Langdon, of DeLand, severe case of asthma. He is Dealers
accompanied In-
'I { preached On Saturday an elegant afternoon sermon.the Endeavor under treatment by a nurse,in and the was St.obliged Augustine to go Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. -=it -='1: Groceries: : Fruit and: ProdU': :

Pledge was duly
considered C.
uer speaking of the A. Oard- hospital for many weeks. His nurse FOR SALE BY 131 and 133 EM Bay: Street and 93 and .5 NeD Street
1 and Miss Florence we make, peaks very highly of that Institution, J'ao3 D."VUJ.e Florid
Norwood of valid and of the motherly kindness of the I

excuse matron. Thn Captain goes from here to EDWARD STILING...... . ........u........_
i Saturday afternoon the friends were Jrooksvllle, to the ONE OF THE OLDEST C
I try virtue of drier FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
I I ,'. conveyed In three sailboats across the air for his malady. He has been winterIng The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. also good
I ""''.e' river to Melbourne Beach where an op.onLty at DeLand for many hereto- I J::Okh-:: Garden Barrows
: + yean TO
'The duties WM of given to visit the ocean. fore. Mr. D. W. Barnes of Wington, N. 'I suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger tablea. GROWERS'Let Returns : us know what you have In the way of Fruit 1 and ant
j, f tees these important commit C., Is also a guest of the Grand View, suitable for Pineapple Plantation., tt-in. tread. Peaa. prompt and lure. We supply the best. Seed Potatoes
t were discussed, and us for our wholesale
a bountiful
,, \ I re looking up vegetable shipping. COCOA, Indian River, FLORIDA. MARX price list of groceries.

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