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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00112
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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CAL NEWS Iteiul Tills Coliiniii Carefully. -Mr. and Mrs. Damon, of Bedford, N. Supt. Bule and wife and Mr. Chas -Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Flngler are ex- Brown, of Melbourne, mother. Mr. Chas:

"t.1 II.[ were In town Wednesday.Mr. C. Kenyon were In Jacksonville this peeled In St. Augustine to-motrow and Iralnerd, of Yalkaria, baby, and Mr. C.

opica of General t : (ZJf- Advertisements on this ( week. will occupy their residence, "Klrksldo. I.. Brainard nurse, made a happy fam.

page are ten cents per line per week(8nt1 W. M Bacheller, of Hamilton, -Dr. W. P. Moon, of City Point, was -Mr. Chas II. Davis, assistant manager ly; Mr. It P. Peebles" mask Mrs. R. P'rebles -
0.! Johnson
visitor .
are continued from week to week unless was a to town on Wednesday.The In town Wednesday, and gave the ADVO- ; and Mr. C. G. Bonlfare, room mask; Miss Susie of

otherwise 1 ordered. Reading notices on sloop Robinson Crusoe, 'apt. I. ATK a short call. clerk, has been kept bllllilyenjtl\j.et\ Iclhourne, mask; MUs Edith Valentine,

any page but the first, are five cents per D. Hlscork, is now on I.ake"ol'th, -Mr. W. A. Wood prominent and past week, attending\ to the numerous' of Tlllman, mask; Mrs. Dr. Brown of
TERfE a
Nelbt'lIrne. mask; iliac Robinson! of Meloiirno -
line each Insertion. ready for charter.
guests at the Royal Polnclana hotel
ell-known of Boston Is
r merchant mask; Mr.John McAllstormask;
;cr i. d,y WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on -Mrs. M. L Coleman and Mrs. Colt Bending 1 the Inter at the Royal Polnana. Divine service on Sunday: next, flthnst ilrs. A, W. Goode, of Melbourne, Span-

our 7th page man, jr., were pleasant callers at the (Feast of the Epiphany) at St. sh lady Mr. A. It Hodgson, devil; Mrs.

ADVOCATE office on Wednesday.There -Master Claude Walton, who has labrlel's church, Tltusvtlie, at 11 a. m. A. It Hodgson, mask; Dose Allie MehoVon -
Is
THE Store
Eagle Clothing In offering all- were about 200 guests at the been seriously 111 during the past two Itnl' 7SW:: p. nw. Celebration of Holy peasant girl; Mr. Lee Faber, of City
great bargains gentlemen's
CommunIon at the morning service. Point, Cavalier; Mr. S. 1\. Walls lon "
wool nnderwear. Royal Puinilana on Sunday Taut, and the weeks, Is a little better to-day, although ,
,ining-ruum had quite an animated ap- till very low -Mrs. II. L. Clary and Miss (i. F. horctniin; Miss llfrtha Rlsohert: Mel
hquar GET your carpets, etc., from II. E. Clark icarance.Minn. Linn, who have been attendingthetneet- bourns, mask; Hr. t'. W. Stewart, Mclourne -
38 West Bay street, Jacksonville. -Mr. Carlllo, one of the proprietors mask; Mr. W. II. II. Gleason,
,, M II Ransom and Mies 1.11n.. of the AI Kicsilo hotel, Jensen, returned Inj of school\ h'acherll, at Oilando: re- mask; Miss Mollie[ Nicholson, Swls

STOP at the City Barber Shop-white Bates left here, the first of the week, to home on Tuesday, after spending a few turned to TUus\llle on the belated train peasant girl; Mr. John NlrhoNoii, tramp;
barbers. P. W. Thompson, manager. attend the Jacksonville.Mr. bout three o'tUxk this moinlng
State Teachers' Convention d\yaln: tr. W. K. Tombos, mask; Mr. Henry

r -Deed blanks lOc. each; $1.00 per at Urlando. T. Howard Knight has sold his Notwithstanding the freeze, theVDVOCATE Jasper of Tropic> mask; Mrs GlllioitofInnyan \

100, at ADVOCATE orhce.jy -'apt. W. D. "Watson of Jackson- fine place at Roscland to Mr[ I.a 'rent'eMOOI'l'l will pay all Its bills\ promptly\ Mrs Hodgson, Mrs. Nicholson
villa and In of who will make several upon presentation. We trust those whore and a number of others whoso namoscould
The ADVOCATE be had atDr. spent Tuesday Wednesday Chicago,
'Altr may \ do likewise and
Indebted to will bo lei\rned
us not were present
town, und our office a pleasant call Improvements on It.
:bcrcven's drug store and Mrs. Emma gave bus start the New Year with "a clean Mr. and Mr*. F:: G. Vlvell spared) 110 I

Eaton's news stand, 5c. per copy. ere leaving. -Mr. IT. J. Tiffin of Conrtenay, spent bill of health." pains In making the ball the success that

i Go TO Dunbar, the tailor, Main street" -Miss Susie Gladwln, who has been the holiday at tile Palmetto house, Lieut-Col. A. I.. Keller a wealthy It was; at mip|>cr each guest received"usa I

Titusville, for a nice fitting suit CleanIng pending the holidays in town with her Daytona, returning home on Wednesday officer In the British and member souvenir a prettily tinted scent pouch

and repairing done in fiist-class style. invents, returned to Rollins college, morning's steamer 6f the "swell" Raleigh army Club, Waterloo The order of dance was very tasty, each f I

owu-river trade l'ellpectfu1l1101lclted. Winter Park, on Wednesday.The -Mr. F. G. Clark, who has been "I enl- place, London, who Is on a pleasure trip lumber being accompanied with" mi appropriate

e parlor of the Uoyal PoincIana lug the holiday with his father and hrough the states, gave the ADVOOATK poetical selection.masked\ It I Is utvIcrstood
another
that ball will
Now Is the time to buy a first-class overcoat was made lively on Saturday afternoon brother at the gave usa office a short call, Wednesday, on his be befoie lenten
-- ; we are clearing them out at let by the recitations, lectures etc., of pleasant rail, Wednesday, on his ter way to Tampa Bay hotel. The culgnol given season.

and Mrs. C, I* Hobbs bave're- cost. Eagle Clothing Store, Titusville.We Miss GUI bier and Messrs. W. (I. Brown turn to Atlauta. tad been stopping' at St. Augustine and

Id I to town from their visit to Lake and F. II. Clark. -Capt. Joe Smith, who has been Cockledge, but spent| most of his time lit Melbourne.Qlllte .
want money to loan on first real the Royal Polnciana, where he said he
T e see that subscription pending the Christmas holiday with
state mortgages. Ten per cent free of your had had time. On his with several cliildien
a very enjoyable 1\ party, ,
llr. Coleman, of Boston, arrived in the read "l$9. his family In Jacksonville, returned to
all lender. Gaulden & Sanders year
expenses to Allyauhsctibers: return to London he will not fall to tell arrived on Wednesday: evening from the
last his to Canaver- to the ADVOCATE are town Friday last
J Friday on way Titusville\ and West Palm Beach
ils friends of the beauties of the East north west
fcbhouRe.O.\ Florida. "tfIr expected to pay their' subscription in -Civil Engineer O. T. Spencer, of the Coast of Florida, and also of the many

Ira. S. Dulkeley, who has been need fine fashionable and tulvance East Coast Canal Co., tins returned from nice people he met dining his trip Mayor Treiitler and Capt Carey, of
.
.
visitors
ing the summer north, returned to well you made suit very of clothes, remember Major Hanbury, of the Corps of Engineers his pleasure trip to England: and looks through the state*.. .iiu Gallic,. wme pleasant ou1Vemlnesday. '

uurne on Friday last. passed through here, Wednesday remarkably well after It.Tltunl1le .
that Julius Kline, Titusville, will\ sell Mr. Henry M. Flagler, whom the
on his way to make a government 'apt. Rose has hi* lionl-bullding shop
kfr, W F. Sharp who has beenjdmg it to you cheap for cash. Public School re-opens on State of Texas wants to get within" Its
lie to keel htlil and
survey on Biscayne Bay. expect ip, and has already the
Monday morning next, 7th Inst. at the Indictment under the
,
a week at the Royal Poluclana, COME and see ,the nice new line of return to St. Augustine next week. uilsdiction on an frame up for a lino \launch
rnedto New York this week. crockery ware we have on hand. Darren isual hour. All scholar are requested nil-trust law of the state, was at hit
& Feaster Titusville Fla. -\I! I'll. Anna M. Marcotte, editor of to be there In good time, and thus stait olllce In the Standard Oil Company's Mr. and Mrs S. F. Glblm wont south

Mrs. Sweet, who has been spending the St. Augustine Tatler, the well-known the new year In proper shape.Mr. building at Broadway. New Yoik, ihurs- m Tuesday to attend the fruit growers

holidays with her mother in North -For the finest and freshest fish and society paper, who has been spending a Harlan K. Bolton of Chicago day, and was too busy to discuss tho convention, and to visit friends
,
M-llle returned to Eau Gallie on call at Smith's restaurant rail- the Polnciana has
oysters few Royal re- news that Gov. Mitchell of Florida
: : who has born spending a week or so at The lesldonees of Mr. Powell
lay, road wharf, Titusville. Now open. turned home the first of the week. honored the requisition of Gov. Hogg of Perry
-tf the Royal Polnclana, left for the Stetson and Rev. W. C. Barnes are being rapidly
Mr, A. W. Frltot, of Jacksonville, -The firm of Blount Anthony has; Jnlverslty, DeLand, on Monday, whole Texas. In answer to Imiulilo* a* tnl 'ushed forward to a completion.

j at the Royal Poinciana the first of WE have just received a car of lineNewYorkStateliishpotatoes been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. he will spend the winter. what course he purposed to pursue 111he
matter he tint out kU W.Ii. Mr. J. I). delivered hi second
(week, with a party of gentlemen and are Blount having purchased the interest of secretary, Hayne *
Atlanta. with seed -Col. A. A. Degrauw of JI mlclN.: Buardsley, who said: "In the first lecture on the "Sandwich Islands" on
i will
to The business
P.
prepared supply growers Mr. G. Anthony.
Titusville.\ Y., in writing us this week, says: "Find place, Mi Haglurl I..* a resident of New Wednesday evening, to a full house. at
Duren Feaster
JMr, C, II. Walton spent from Friday mtatoes. & be carried on by Mr. BlountMlsn heck endowed for another year's sub- York, not of FI"l'hl.He. has, however,

|I Monday at the Royal Polnclana, Jl'LIl'S KLIXE still has a fine stock of Annie Paddison! and MUs Jo. criptlon to the ADVOCATE. It always a place at St Augustine, and he Intend Major C. E:. Graves, of Melbournu

i Beach, as the guest of Mr. II. W. goods on hand, especially,pants, shoes, KImball, her friend, returned to Stet does me good to read a real live paper to go there with his faulty just as soon Cast loach: Melbourne,[ and Mr. were and In Mrs.town Dulkeloy for New1'par's of

il, the manager.W hats, etc.HOUSE son University, DeLand, Saturday morn like youis." all his business will pvrinlt. That will ,
last to complete their course of be time next month No date has Day.
| with thanks lug some
acknowledge, -Miss Harriett Watton, sister of Mr.
Vpt Moroccohoundctbook for rent on riverfront, between studies, having spent the holidays very yet been fixed; It his custom sometime Mr. Sudlow, of Chapman & Sudlow,
of nice
a IL Watton of Clifton, arrived here from
very residences of Mr. S. F. Gray and Mr. pleasantly In town with Capt. and Mrs. to go early, sometimes late, but ho will\ South Jaiksonvllle, arrived Monday
from Silas B.
Mr. Wright, he north, Tuesday, on a visit to her
trance agent, of DeLand, as a New Woodward. Apply to Robbing A Gra-* f:l. P. Paddison. brother. She was accompanied by her always go In January lie "will\ not evening and took a trip to the east sldu.le .

Ir* present ham. -Vice-presIdent J. It. Parrott. Supt. nephew. They left Titusville In a sailboat change his plans this year. When went to Jensen Tuesday night to
THE "Gold" and "Silver" shirts are asked If It wa Mr. Flagler a Intention to attend the pineapple) glowers' meeting.
for Clifton.
} it. T. Golf, Gen'l. Pass. Agent Joseph Wednesday,
llr, and Mrs J. II. Smith, Mr. and cslstanest the lequlslllon, Mr.
made In all of upon
L Schnapp, Geo. Schnapp, E. perfect bosom fitting For,sale only at the styles Eagle Richardson, Mr. Goo. F. Miles, General -Col. and Mrs. Rice and family, of ieaidsley[ said: "Mr. Flagler!: will, only The railway company are building
Freight Agent W. J. Jarvls and Mr. G. three houses on the south Hide of the
app. and W. It Smith, of Peeks.klll, Store Titusville.\ Philadelphia, arrived at Rocklcdge last ask the l.rotlJctlolll\ntlllghta due to the
Clothing hero Wed the section
T. passed through creek. Ono Is house for
n arrived In town Tuesday night onr Spcncri, week, to spend the winter. The colonel humblest citizen." 'Ihe counsel of the a
way down the river. A FINE assortment of evaporated nesday, on their way to Palm Beach and pent part last winter at the same Standard Oil Company said that If Mr. boss; another for the men, and the

ruits-equal to any in town- at Duren other points on the East Coast >lace. lao I I. Mrs. Rico's first] visit to flagler were arrested when he reached thin) for storage of goods, ete.
-Mr. C. B. Knott of St.'ustine's \ .
( ,hotels manager asks the & Feaster'i: Titusville, Fla. -Cant. J. R. Anthony who has been Indian River and she arrive .just In Florida he would probably apply lu the Mr.[ I. Ingraham and bits charmingwife

\OCATE to palatial annouce that, the Ponce SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy.Just IpenlIngtlie; Christmas and New Year's time to join U"II in the freeze. United State District Court for a writ have arrived. Ou Monday Mr. In-

[ .eon hotel will the lath Inst. the boat for a cruising party of lolidays with his sons, left !here, Tues of haloes corpus, pending the arguing: ofwhich graham went over to hi* great; pineapple
lead open on three four. Model hull 8xlt and day, for Adele, Ga. While In Titusville. -Mr. W. Howard, editor of the At. he would: be admitted to tall plantation to see thj damage. lie t I..
of the 17th, as previously an- or lanta
Journal Gov.
need decked A bargain for the next Mr. Anthony made many friends, and accompanied bv cheerful over his loss, and I say they are
in this over.
| paper.Mr. few Address Samuel Welch, they will be pleased to again give him a Bullock, E. 1' Chambeilaln, J. L. Riley, lot so badly hurt a* he expected
J. E. Pace, a large orange grower days. hearty greeting on his return next sum IL 11. Cabonlss, T. B. Neal, and E. I' ciiuitcii risTiviTiiH.: :
Titusville, Fla. The Bullevlew opened on tho 1st ItahOIlI.ltable
I packer of Sanford assigned on Black, members of the Atlanta Exposition
mer.
to loan first! committee, spent a few days at doors, and I I III bound to IK a
Tuesday morning to Thomas E. \Vil- -We now want money on New Year' night will lie remembered
Loans net -Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tomlinson and the Royal Polnciana the end of last success. The building wa finely Illu-
|; and Messrs. Pace itDoyle, of Titus- mortgages on real estate. by the good people of Potsdam a* a most roundun.ll.reHl'ntell
to leave here ml'l ted from the tower to the
Monday
daughter :
l<' assigned to the Indian River Statek endeis ten per cent free of all expenses. expect announcedin week. enjoyable occasion for social Intercourse
for Ormond. A* previously a fine appearance) on the
yesterday. Mr. Doyle informs usIt Interest paid seml-annually. Absolute the ADVOCATE were being -Mr. LaRue P. Ely went to Sebastian }[everybody: was pleased, and the supper arrival I of the train.
the liabilities about and safety. Bobbins & Graham Co., Titus rooms cake and Ice
are f8,000, and Friday night last, to hold an Inquest on was excellent with its
1 assets about the same amount. ville, Fla. 12tf built the: restaurant for Mr. Tomlinson at the above family place.over the body of )IrY.. O. Jacobs, of that cream. The church was beautifully decorated The freeze did a great dual of damage
:
moderate place who was found dead In !lied on with evergreens. Supper' was hate, ano iinmt of the pineapple ou the
We thank our many friends along FOR latest styles In photography, Everything U now ready at Ormond, so ,
lust Deceased who" followed by select music, lead by 1\I1. west side of the river! are badly hurt or
and of Thursday night ,
East Coast for their many express prices guarantee satisfactory Mr. Tomlinson 11'11I'ack\ up all his the
8 of good will for the prospel'ltyofADvOCATE work, go to the "Itag Studio" Laura and goods to-morrow and ship then to that wa 30 year of age and a native of Ruth Mcl'heison. killed. One of the oldest grower on
I between ADVOCATE building I'hlladelphla, died from heart disease. Mr. Henry Stypmann read "Will the east Hide remarked ou Tuesday after
during the coming year; Julia Streets, dace. lie will still run the Titusville\
[
Coast Titusville lib body was brought to Melbourne on New Year come to night. Mr. CarlSchrooler noon that the plant were not nearly no
I also for the many kind invitations and East depot, restaurant. By-the-way, this restaur-
I from all Monday, and Interred In the cemetery at next recited "Die Wat lit am badly hurt all they first thought. Tb.crol' .
nils and parties from various points.regret View work solicited points on ateur has been chief steward on Mr. 11.
:
and Mis Edith recIt- for the coming season will be veryshort
that place lie was looking Rheln; Hitching /
| that pressure of business will Indian River. M. Flagler'; yacht Alicia for a long time, comparatively
ed with fine effect "The bursting the Guava on tuo mainland are, we
lude our attending them all. SAMUEL WFI.CII. and our northern readers and friends well on Thursday afternoon; and, ,
good treat- we are Informed, was at the station, dyke. The fish pond was the attractionof believe, mostly killed to the ground
(The following U the list of Masonic Foil SALE:-000 acres on the peninsular may depend these upon restaurants.receiving talking to some of the passengers on the the evening. Several cakes, left over, Souse queer freaks are seen where guavaa
j ers elected to serve in Indian River south of Cape Canaveral; as flue or- ment at train; that day. were sold by auction, the highest fetch- are killed. Place that have been knownfor

Bae J No. 00 during the ensuing year. ange, pineapple and vegetable land as -The Times-Union correspondent at Ing $:J. Altogether were raised for lower and tropical plant are dcso-
|H Ray, worshipful master; B. ItVton can be found In the state; no frost, West Palm Beach says: "Wednesday -Mr. II. I' Dye, owner of Hotel Lake the benefit of the pastor. The entertainment late enough-nut even a geranium I I.

senior warden; A. T. Feaster, no malaria. Address, J. G. Hall, night fishermen here caught out of the Worth, accompanied by his daughter, close with singing the doxology It.ft. The trucker are busy re-planting,

iior warden; J. Mendel, secretary; J. Titusville, Fla. 21-St lake a HI pounds pompano, which I wasexhibited Miss Ruby! came up to town Wednesday ( in concert. and will soon have beau In market
and left for Jacksonville and St
1 Dixon, treasurer; A. A. Stewart 'n the rotunda: of the hotel the night, again.

A Cleveland, stewards; G. W. bco- AXOTIinil 1IAL-MASQUK AT next day, as the largest of that specie Augustine reporter that yesterday the freeze Mr.had Dye not told Injured our HALL AT EAU GA i.LIH.

i'on.senior deacon; F. A. Losley, junior EAU GALL1r. ever seen. The following night one til* cocoanut trees; that the pineappleshad ))0 YOU nmu: SlHl)?
and
weighing even 23 pound measuring
not been damaged as much as it wa -
) 29 inches long and 14 Inches wide, was Without question the most enjoyable
Bas Louise Bolton, one of Chicago's'wing also supposed, and that a deal of the orange social function yet held In our town wa ST. Al'nwriSK, Dee. 31, 1804.HJitort .
This
wa placed exhibition
of the weather on -
captured.
the
to Inclemency
ladle who last
young spent Owing crop on Indian River he thought wouldbe ball at the Casino last
Iter at St. Augustine and Oruiond, and the consequent Inability of a alongside the 14 pounder and a saved. On Sunday\ Mr t ragln Informed the masquerade A J cot ate

re she wa quite a favorite, will great many of our out-of-town friend to 21 founder, the average size of the u* that he believed all hi* beautiful Monday evening, The threatening from From authenlo retorts It 1* found that
weather prevented attending
no a month or two at the Royal Poina be present at our last masquerade ball, spec leu. No one ha ever and seen then one here cacti! and other I'lanta-wbich hi Cocoa and other point many on the river the fruit and vegetable\ ) crop of the entlia
this winter. She I III and to pressing requests, we have larger than 0 pounds, rarely all
accompanied many bad been collecting for years from nevertheless the ball wa comfortably state ha been seriously Injured by the .
ery talented and bright lady-Mr*. decided to repeat our entertainment of An angel fish was caught here." las parts of the world-had been killed; buMr filled, and about thirty couple danced extreme cold weather on the 28th and

It rude Uurlbut who has traveled New Year's Eve In every particular on spring which weighed 0} pound.It Dye think he will cave several of the old year out and the new year In, to iiUlh Inst. The management of the J.,

>uarably. MU Bolton' father, who evening before the 19th of this jnonth I la only just to the ADVOCATE them. the merry strain of Prof. Kr04lger'amUIII" St. A. fc I. It railway, in sympathy with

onnected' with" Chicago' Board of The positive date will be announcedlater. readers to explain that If our editorial -The marriage of Mr. Robert P, Many neat and attractive costume the grower, and realizing that the hoes

le 1* also one of the party, but ha AH holding Invitations consider to our appear to be written In a disjointed or Kettle to Miss Agnes Jesse Robertnonto were noticed. Mr. M. F. Mount both to the grower and to the railroad

I> confined to his room a week or so, New Year' ball will please invited jerky style this week, It I* because our which the ADVOCATE received an In- personified hot weather; Mr. J. L. Harrison company, I la very great and that the
'I" to an Injury to his side, which he themselves most cordially new Dr. W. 8. Graham was presented In
editor vltatlon-came off before a brilliant assemblage clown; Mr. Ernest Taylor, Indian quickest recovery from this Ion lies a
deemed
lived( while out sailing.\ This party Invitations being unnecessary. with a very fine boy on New Year1 at the Cathedral, St. Augustine chief; )Ir. A. Near. Frenchman; Mis new crop of vegetable, hence, to partially

ict* to finish the winter season infuroia Respectfully, morning. It I* needles to say he I la on Thursday night last, the bridesmaid Jessie Goode, of Melbourne made a bewitching meet the contingency, this company

CASIXO 3IANAOEMENT. highly pleased with his lively and substantial being the Misses Grace Howst baby; Mr, Alex Goode, clown: will furnish vegetable seed (to a reasonable e.1

Dr. C. F. Lansing, of Eau Gallie, Eau Gallie, Fla., Jan. 3, 1805.Mr. New Year' gift. We sty sub and Lily Mia I FannieJoyce Miss Aoule Goode, Fairy queen; Ml** extent free to such>> of its patron
1 sac convicted term stantial because the young man tip the made a:charming{ maid of honor Bebeau. of Melbourne. was a charming as re to avail thomwlve of this

kh. at the present scale at something over ten pound Mr. B.-G.:-Rendle acted a* best man. Gypsy;' Mr. Gilbert, of Banyan, Mother offer, who will please furnish the under.signed .

United State court of selling .. )I. E. Gruber and Master Still a* the doctor had been the happy After. the ceremony-which was per Hubbard; Miss Gilbert, Japanese lady; with Information a* to location

j"'t at that place wIthout a govern- Charles Gruber were pleasant callers at recipient of two boy previously we formed by Father Mahr-the happy paIr Mr. Harry Hodgson, Cardinal Masaln; acreage and kind of seed deslrvd.

Cense: was fined $J50 by Judge I this office yesterday. think he would not have objected to a and about thirty friends, sat down to a Mr*. W. J. labeU. American Flag; Mr It I la necessary that request for teed
present of a nice little girl on this occasion mask Mr Hodg be sent In In order that the
'I and Imprisonment for one month _Mr. D. S. Hutchinson was shoot I nga sumptuous upper at the home of the W. J. Nlsbltt ; Klngan promptly,
and Mrs. clown Miss Florence Hodgson, Glr- variety and quantity required may bo
i ii) this week and brought back bride' mother. On Friday Mr son, ;
Dr.
,
before the day or so
Leasing appeared birds principally robbins. have you seen it f Seen what Why Kettle left on a abort honeymoon trip to ton girl; Mia Bessie Hotlgsoo, 10th century ordered without delay.
f t Friday morning and asked that the over 100 the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If the Royal Polnclana Palm Beach, returning maiden; Mr. T. K. Bum, China W. J. JAUVI,

'uonroent be suspended for the presa -Mr Sherman Singleton, who has you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to home on Monday. Mrs., Kettle man; Miss Maud Tailor, Japanese lady; General Freight AIC Dt.

| he U In health. TbM been spending a few day on Lake have one on hand. It Is great labor told our city editor that she enjoyed the Mr., U, l'addlllon.I'unchlnello; Miss Kennedy

very poor Worth, returned to town on Monday. saver, and I* patented In the UnIted trip to Lake Worth very much, aai Japanese lady Mr*. J. IL Smith, For ItentA

*. granted to his request the doctor of the heavy preurupon State, Great Britain, Canada etc. A hoped to pay that favored spot another Red Riding Hood; xr. J. H. Smith,
In
-2 the tine Dr. consequence .
,! pay at once. this week we have been few of the state right will be sold at a visit at some future day. They arrivedat Uaehs Sam; Mia Belle Lansing. Snowdrop
-Z formerly lived at Winter Park, our space A. A. Ford courtier: Mr, cottage at Melbourne Beach ffc
I "M In to omit several local item reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton the Royal PolncUna just In time t.o ,*; Mr.
-> Citizen.the drag business there.F1 .- compelled and correspondence. Titusville, Fla. e take part In the ball. J, E. II. Hodgson, It.d Domino; Dr. quire of II, Whiting Melbourne Beach.'TIS .













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te rich In historical reminiscence: with its I Iwo? .AND. BRANCH, ,:| Notice.- W. : :

I bright, snappy, "brcey" newspaperIts the poison in your biooa, < Judicial CIr a.EARIRI1
: I1 In Circuit Court of the 7th
pretty churches, its wide-awake merchant however it may bay i I cult of Florida, In and for Brevard

, *, its splendidly equipped and well! come or whatever shape County IJtchon.,1I1e

//1 kept hotel Our next suburb north 6 f it may be taking, U St. Augustine 1

New Smyrna I I. the Spruce Creek settlement cleared away by Dr. Indian River Railway Co., I Staple and. Fancy GxocGileJFrcults : :

noted for its picturesque scenery. Tierce's Golden Med vs.William f

, s bluff., glistening silver streams; broad ical Discovery. It's a Murray. ) .

:;... I Il' i Turnbull bay, rich la fat slimy bivalve, remedy that rouses every TO William Murray and all other claim 1ler.IOnll
'i Interested In or having
I ; grove and garden The water of organ into healthful upon the northwest quarter of the Fresh ices 3easo

Spruce Creek lead off from Ponce Park, action, purifies and' enriches northwest quarter of section 21, township :

;} to which place they *. surely return the blood, and tf> south range 38 east in lire-

Our western suburb I.I Port Orange; atone through it cleanses and yard county Fla.

time port of considerable Impor invigorates the whole YOU are hereby notified to be and appear O-llt-Bd.gr Flour: a Special
Salt rhenm In the Circuit court of the State of
i I ,
system.
arch I. Gil !n. tance to the scattering settlement along Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Florida for Urevard county, at the clerk
the East Coast. Its boast now I I. its first Monday -
I office In Titus lllc, the
Only a Scar Remains hotel and tourist Accommodation, Its [ Moils" CarbunclesEnlarged ,.f|'| In January A. I)upon. 18W. toshow what
Glands and Steamship Co
have In the move described Clyde
groves, Its pretty fleet Railing craft, its :i, Interest you
;/i Scrofula Cured-Blood Purified b) the worst Scrofulous land and to show why a part of it de-
popular State Senator and last but by
Sores and lIt'rlbetl In filed by the com
& Hood's lar.aparllla.fi Swelling, a petition
no mean least, Lige Mack, the Colum. In this In the clerk'a office .
cause
and plalnant
C. I. Hood A Co.,Lowell, MM,t"ilb are perfectly per
; bus of the settlement As a matter-of In Titiisvllle on the 20th day of November
if.\. with pleasure UuU I lend a testimonialconcerning mancntly cured by it
: what Uoo
f'.t' for tnj daughter. It ta a wonderful medicIne water. bearing their commerce come for the use of the complainant as aright
". Spring medicines or sarsaparillas railroad else be fOI'everbarred
of-wav for Its ; or
and I cannot recommend It too !
tft.> : who U fourteen years old, has been bllijr. Sarah and go by our door. Our northern suburbs the "Discov In that behalf. Af'

't Afflicted With Scrofula are Da.tonland Ormond will ery works ('quallyn lI : Ordered at the clerk's office at Titus-

'ft" their culture and refinement their ably at all Reasons. All thc villo, this :20th day of November A. D.
ever sines she was on*year old. For live year
m the hat had a running lore on on. aide ol her edited paper, school and churches i year round and in all 1804. ---, .f.IiM

'l.t.:.: face. We tried every remedy rrcommendeil, but They are all popular tourist resort a. cases, it is guarantee, A. A. STEWART, i-y My ** z: !' ii
nothing dl l her any flood until vt* commenced Clerk of Circuit Court,
:ti. ueingllood'.Sarsapurllla.i Mymarrieddaughteradvised ; the East Coast or any other coast or tec as no other blood medicine : ._
.b i' m.to use Hood's Sariaparliu. becameHood'sH'XJtires Robbins" A Graham
tlon boasts. Nestled near the northern is. If it ever bill

r: ;) I terminus of the celebrated Turnbull to benefit or cure, you Attorneys for Compl't New York, Charleston and Florida LiiiJ(

M hammock, which I I. strikingly rich In the have your money bad I Seal Circuit I l

It bad cured her of djripepila. She had bees I accumulated of untold You only forthe, nov23-jan4 1 Court. J r
vegetable decay
pay
h r'T troubled with that complaint line childhood, I The magnificent Steamships of this Line are a!
? and centuries all the ornamental good you get
: since her cure she has never been without i a they grow

I r', s bottle commenced ol Hood Riving. Hartaparllla It to Sarah In about the home.one year We : and beautifying plants, shrubs and tree, Isn't it safe to- say that no other Not ice. pointed to sail as follows : .

: '1 ago, and It hu conquered the running tore, exogenous and endogenous, plm-coga blood purifier can be "just at Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
}: In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit
?
It Only a Scar Remaining moue or cryptogamou, Indigenous to good Brevard (.TAIIPA.aD TISE.I l
IV-'j a*a trace of the dreadful disease Previous to the clime and aoiL succulent If it were, wouldn't it be sold aol of Florida, In and for From New Tork From Jarkin
They -
grow
County: Pier 29, E. K.) STEAMER Inrlcia.
taking the medicine her \
eyesight was affected
but now she can see perfectly. In connection vegetables In endless varieties; with Jacksonville St. Augustine & ") Wed tlsda.IIeO... atsnopm. YE IA .:F..Tlle8lay. Jan. lat is.,
if. with hoods Harsapnrllla we have used Hood I Friday, !2s, at 3.30 p m .... Ai.iuNQI'IN..Thurnley: 3, at ,&,
1--, Vegetable Mils, and And them the best" Ilk*. rake, hook, net and phantom they By its mild, !soothing cleansing Indian River Railway Co., Monday, 31, at 300 p m.. .BRMlOI.E.Sumlay, 8, at 12.*,
'._ MAHIA GmrriN Xeula, Illinois. f seek the bed of the toothsome mollux and healing properties Dr. Sage'. VS. f Wednesday, Jan.. 2, at 300pm: .IWKflOIS... Tuesday, :: 8, at is
( Robert Ayers et alTO J Friday, 4, at 300 p m: ;*< HHSOkrE....:.Thursday, 10", at 4u,,
Hood'e Pills cur nausea, lick headache, culling the quiet oyster and raking the Catarrh Remedy perfectly and per Monday, .. T, at 300 p m.... ..YKMASSth. ..,Sunday, .. 11: at <.11II1 i in
: Robert Ayers Wm Northern and Pur Wednesday, I' 9, at see p in,. .ALOOMJl: ....Tuesday, at &.01,
ys: Indigestion, biliousness. BolJ trail the sober clam the
.b &u of they ensnare Catarrh in the Heat
,
druggists.MOCIKTIKft ; manently cures nell II. Chesser and all other person Friday, II, at 800 p m...,.. SEMIVH.K: ,".. Thursday, 17, at inn,,
.t. festive mullet and lure the sportive Interested In or having claims upon Monday, .. 14, at 306 p lu.......*IRl>qt OIS.... .. Sunday 10, at 1231Wedne.day.
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-- -- -- ----- lu, at 3 00pm CUKROKhK: Tuesday, K, at \.31,
S trout, and thus supply the board of the southwest quarter of the northeast Friday 18, at 30341 m..YEMA81E., .Thursday, 24, at 4n,
'J ETC. their princely hostehle I am told golden fruit, Ita popular resorts, Its interesting quarter of section 85, township 32. Monday, 'I 21, at 3.00 p m. ..AI..IIOXQl1IXN.. Sunday 27, at 6.31.|
south 39 east Brevard Wednesday, H 2J, at 3.00pm.. ...8E IIXOU';.. .. ...Tuesday, 99, at ;.wJ
< Free and their accommodation, large a* they are, vegetation, the winding among range county, Friday, 25, at 300pm.. ..IRtt( l'0I8 ...Thursday, 81, at i.ai i
Islands and banks of Florida. Monday, 88, at 3110 P mCHERIKEE.i..Sunday: Feb. 3, at IMiiJB ,
are now, with the season fairly opening, mangrove oyster YOU are hereby notified to be and appear Wednesday, 30, at 3.00 p In..5YEMA88EE.Tuesday, at l.'J i

Accepted \ Masons about taxed. A* might be supposed the the Halifax and Hlllsboro rivers, the I In the Circuit court of the State of s For New York Direct.

r beautiful Halifax, without which these flight of so many strange water fowls Florida for Brevard county at the clerk'

f3 advantage would not obtain start that take wing upon the approach of a office In Titusvllle upon the first Monday Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines.
In A. D. 1805 to show what
eJ. vessel the Inlet house January ,
racy from our very doors and return with! Mosquito light ,
p' Indian : TltnlVllIe I almost to the cloud the Interest you have In the above described Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia, calling at Charleston, 8. C.,
towering pleasing !
the of luna'a rise and ;
{ River Fla.JI' regularity letting land, and to show why a part of it described bound. The fast freight Steamships "Delaware" and "w Injah" arc appointed to sail as (o1l,

i Lodge, Nc.OO 'Being the center, :the hub the pivotal view of old ocean and breakers a* In petition filed by the com FROM PHILADELPHIA.Wednesday STEAMSHIP. .
ride the swells the plalnant in this in the clerk'a office FROM JACKSONVILLE DIRE..WINTAn.
point of to much grandeur, such activity you by Inlet the ar- cause
In Tltusville on the 20th day of Novem December 22th. ,. .. .Sunday, December
C' Holds It* meeting the necnnd and fnnrth Frl. and BO much>f Intrinsic worth, tifical! canals connecting the Hillsbor her A. D. 1804, should not be taken for Saturday, December 29th. ..BOW DEN.. Sunday, January

r't earn jop.month m. at the Court ImuM,Tltu Ponce Park naturally hold her head and the Lagoon, the Lagoon and the the use of the complainant M a rlgbt-of Saturday, January 5th .. WINY All.. Sunday, 1

J. MENDEL: 8. U. II*T M. aloft and strides the majestic world with Indian turtle and other shell mound.. way for ltd railroad; or else be forever Saturday, 12th. ..DOWDEN.. ,Sunday, "

8eo. W. lofty meln. It would be too great a tax where the Seminole brave and squaw I In barred In that behalf. Saturday, 19th. ..WINYAH.....Sunday, "

t' .. on your column to attempt; In tills con. ye olden times had their oyster venison Ordered at the clerk'a office at Titus Saturday, 20th. ..BOWDEN.. ,Sunday, February
KMQKTS OF rTTIUAft. vllle, this 20th day of November A. D.
nectiOn a cursory sketch even<< of Ponce and turkey roasts and stews and shoo
Seminole Lodge,No.3*,Mid tie meeting atI" 1804.
the Court house, the Brut (our Thursday evenIng Park, the hub; but I hope la subsequent their moccasins to the piping notes of A. A. STEWART St. Johns River Line.
1' *of each month at..'cluck".sn. the cane flute and to the plunk thunk
time to give your thousands of pink Clerk Circuit Court.

: paper reader a few point and fact relative thud, of a raw-hide stretched over'gourd a Robbins & Graham For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points
:
INDIAN RIVER 4JUAXD8.Prill to our well-known resort. ; Mosquito lagoon, with It. flutterIng Attorneys for Compl't. the St. Johns River.The .

at the Armory, over aunty jail, ducks and mullet and the
.. every jumping ,
The piscatorial season was opened ( Seal Circuit I l
.l\ end and 4th Tuesday evening In the month,ate
\
o'clock. tills week by Mr. Owen, of the United Indian River with Its expanse of water, nov23-jan493. 1 Court.. ) Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamers
tl,. A.T. FCAeixa,Captain.CHURCHKfl. to of the that
State Ills first day of still fishing he say nothing craft you "OXTY OF .T11C7 i1'' O1rVILL ,rr

-- ---- might speak In passing, as Miss Harra Notice.In .
caught nearly fifty and 4e the second CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
' den would say and "J. P." Is full of Information .
" : day he succeeded In taking a large number Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir.
;.Jr relative to the East Coast, and ssrRl2D'S De3I3.'YFaCAPT.
J with the the cult of In and
;". EPISCOPAL CHCDCH.krvloe : troll among number Florida for Brevancounty

:.. the tit and Srd ftudays la eaeh being a gamey tarpon of sufficient activity will Interest the patron of his line. : T. W. LUND, JR.

\' 3 rl month Ilundarathao at 11 and T!38 p.m. Suada y sohoo and proportion to make his cap- I never saw a "bloomer" until recentlyand Jacksonville, St. Augustine Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday,at 3 JO p.m..and from flu!
every : p. m. Evening: wajwr at A Indian River
'. I p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany serrlo* every ture very Interelt lg. Mrs. Hasty, of: as there are doubtless! other croakers Railway dally except Sunday,at 9 M a.m.

I', Friday at It a. m.REV.: B. r. BJMWK, Rector,, the Park, skilled in taxidermy, will like myself along the Insular outskirts of: Company VS. } BOl"HedBOD.Re 8CUEDl'LL I NURTH BOl7,

mount It and add It to .lier Interestingcollection Florida, who have read much and know A. V. A. Wlnans et. al. Leave Read ap

, .I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. of bird and fishe little of this modern to us, costume for TO and A.W.V. G.A. Winans Wlnans J. D. Van Dema "" .3 330p.m 45 oo p.a. m.m. :::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jacksonville...I'alatka.Astor.......::::::::::::::::::::::::: arrive Ixave.. ::i
and all other ..
: Service every Sabbath,at II a m. and I Mr. Butt Pacettl ha gone down the our dear female bicyclist, I herewith persons 4.3(1 a. m. .................. .......St Franct....................... .... 1.30.
1 Rabbath.cho.datCwl a. in, Christian Lndoavor give as brief and true a description amy Interested In or having claim 6.30 a. m. ............ ... ....... J1el't'Atord........ ................... .. 12.(11I

, Wednesday meeting at at T p.'30 m. p.All m are, cordtallvisltml' sewing with East a Coast pleasant Inland water of three In his sloop and limited, crippled vocabulary will ad. south upon lot 3, 41 section east 32 Brevard, township 36( Arrive" S-30 oo a.a. m.m. :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Btus1.ringsn.. ..Ban ford ....:::::::::::::::::::::::: .. : I : :

party men range county, 8211 .......... .... ............ .
to attend. KIT: W. T. >EALB, Pastor.METHODIST four dogs, from Philadelphia. mlt: This bloomer dress is a pair of Florida. a. m. .Enterprise.General .................. .... 11.30.

I regret to report that at a recent trousers, very baggy In the neighborhood YOU are hereby notified to be and ap Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W Bay St., Jacksonvl:
CRURCEt.t of the garter full and flouncy where our In the Circuit court of the M. H.CLVDX A.T.M., F.M.IROIIJI01OOIR.Ja.: ,FU.rass.Agt,

t, Service at Tltusvllle every first and third l meeting of the Society of Terrestrial men tote our artillery and pocket book State of Florida for Brevard county at 0 Bowling Omen New York. M West Bay Jacksonville,
lalibath at II a. m. and f 1'. m.| Ostss .ee.nd the clerk'a office In
1 Repose Grand IIIgh Muck-a-Muck Chas Tltusvllle, upon the Taco O.Longs: T.M., Jso. L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't
,
Agt.
Sahlwth at Ira in.and I tu ; Mima, fourth and ample where we strike a match.
Rabhath at II a. m. and f'p. in.) I.at Irani:*, Jones In the chair "Bert" was suspended first Monday In January A. D. 1805, to Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogsn St.,Jacksonville,
fourth HabUath at 3 p. m. E'rayer meeting every Like the costume of the Germain they; show what interest you have In the above A.J COLE Passenger Agent J,A. LESLIE Superintendent
: for six
Thursday night at Tltusvllle, at vial eVIm. months, It having been ; are cut-lo and behold t-somewhat below described land, and to show a part 1 bowline Green New York. Foot Hopsn 8t.,Jacksonville

W.II.8TtIX."tR.: l'utor.: shown that he has been engaged In actual the throat abbreviated ala decollettt of It described in a petition film by the D. D. C. MIXK, O. F. A., 12 Sooth Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.WH. .

labor for some time past. complainant In this cause In the clerk' P. CLYDE CO., General Agents
at the southern extiemlty with drawing office In Titusvllle the 20th
on of It So. .
day Delaware
Philadelphia.
BAPTIST CHURCH. The of the house 5 Bowline Green New To |
keeper light here
strings there and around the waist to November A. D. 1804, should not betaken

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a, m. report a large number of sailing crafts keep out the mice. It Is not put on over for the use of the complainant asa

naphtha and steam launches coming In the head other which right-of-way for its railroad; or else be'
as garment I Savannah
Florida & Western
forever barred In that behalf.
the Railway
CATHOLIC CHURCH. inlet now. The majority of them have forgotten how to spell, buttes pulled ,
Services at 10 a, m.every Sunday, In hall over are handsome and are equipped and Ordered at the clerk' office at Tltus
b Indian River SUM Bauk. Children'catechisms on a* one doe a stocking, so I am told. ,,11Ie. this 20th day of November A. D.
s t p, ui. furnished In luxuriant style Everything ",
RiV.J.F. 0'BuYI.K Rector. The ADVOCATE-the popular pinkpaperseems 1804. Vnycl.-o""Ptt Shol.-t Linc.
points to a season of unprecldenU A. A. STEWART,
to be read and

& Y. M. C. A. ed and prosperity other sections and activity may well, on look the coast with all along this section of the appreciated East Coast bobbins A Graham Clerk of Circuit Court -;. Six Through Fast Express Trains Daily. +

j The regular' Sunday afternoon prajer meeting picked[ up a copy at the Ocean (House, Attorneys for Compl't.
of they. H. C. A. will be held jealous eye at our achievement The
Sunday Florida
every Savannah 4 Western
t New Smyrna recently and remarked to Railway U the direct and
afternoon at 3:M p. m.. at the Presbyterian i Seal Circuit 1 l most popular 1
church autll further notice.Ponce CoL and Mrs. Wm. II. Booster are still the and nov23
genial obliging Mrs. Sams, proprietress -jan4 J Court. I to and from _
located at New Smyrna, where the colonel of this well-known hostelry:

Is receiving treatment from Smyrna's "You read the In Circuit FZJOR22: : rA
Park. ADVOCATE here I see Court, lire*ar l County --

promising and prominent young physic .'Yes," she said, "It I I. the best paper on Florida. ,
Dr. Bouchelle. And Is the Only Through Car Line
Ai the rural :an. Col. licenser con- the East Coast according to mv was of to all Principal PointsNorth.

reporter sometimes ob- traded an unusually severe case of the thinking; I told Mr. Pierre Lorillard: to Rubbins A Graham Co. East and WPC
-t
ervea "Having saw nothing In you valuable grippe or kindred affection In New York "Ii. I --__ __ "" ...... "" .
a few day ago, and he said If that were Rowtuaii
pink from this Ju. K.
paper resort the u sherilt
Hlllsborough river I tend on city early In the fall, and for a while hi. the case he would send for It, and he did and ..x"mclo'ullnl.tral''r } Its CHASCkBT.of Train for Savannah Thomasville, Charleston New Orleans Monta ler
you a few situation the estate of Louis llo Louisville Chicago
was critical but hi* friend If the Richmond Washington Philadelphia and NYork lea
Item. hoping the so. ADVOCATE'S associate-editor deceased et. al. Jacksonville ,
-a* ADVOCATE ha here and at at 1:30 a. m.
R admirer this Smyrna are now hopeful of with hi. urbanity and chivalry would A.rFIDAYIT having been mad by Go* M Trains far Macon Atlanta
many will Chattanooga
up way-they his early restoration to his wonted Igor bobbins laaattorMy for the eouiplaiuant, the West Nashville Cincinnati, Chicago a:
escape the waste paper banket." get out of his office a little more and and duly filed with m",that affiant believes leave Jacksonville at 1ao a. m.. and 1:00: p. m.
lie will return to racettl hotel soon, and visit us, there Is no telling the number that Au sets Pus Sylvia Play Herbert llo, 1-.,. Trains for Sannnah, Charleston Richmond, Washington II
Ponce Park U well known-I* a sort when he does the wary fish will know It of and rival lUamn Via and A. Ask live In <'hlcajto. 111. New<< York leave Jacksonville 3:20: p. m. Philadelphia
subscribers
he IVUnon
might secure this at Spencer| Nebraska and
of hub, with several thriving suburban and hide out up : that. tbtir, I* no person In the slats of Florida. For time card, maps, etc., call on local agent., or address

village and resorts, via, New feiuyrna, The many friend of Mrs. L. G. String. way. such service defendanta asubiiotna,and that upon arrant whom believes mould bind that K. G. FLEMIXO, Supt W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen. Pass Ac'.. ,

Coronado, Port Orange Daytona and fellow will be glad to learn that she Is BliCK-DNAUtHT) Us cures CousupMio. 8 der,'lvU and llo that ll all"rbert th* llo and 1'erclval Flo are un- Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville FU
other
Ornionil. Taking our government lighthouse (gradually Improving and that hope of ..... )-..year uf ag*. defendant araovcr ---- -
a* a New York has 1,300 union custom Sow,tb" *foN,1t'*..r<1 ""|.tbat TOO.Augusta -
centre we run our first radius her ultimate Is
recovery or poke south a few mile to Coronado She I I. with her sister, at Starke Fla. tailors, Ask and Kaswu Peterson,a|>|..ar to the bill A of -* JOe: y: PRI1TTI1TC
' complaint, |B this .
1 Here annually hundred. of Buffalo (N. Y.) ha an Iron trades' fame upon Uw fourth day of *
pe<.ple- We are Informed that Mr. J. P. February A. It. nee, being the lint Monday In
the
tome with "that tired feeling counciL 'S"dm."rd.?of h" court It Ie
tome Turner, of El Dora, will run a launch, further ...."" that title order be published
.,
, with palpitation of the cardiac apparatus of naphtha motor, from Tltusvllle to IT seem hardly possible, but never- Rivas h.ADVOCATE Ia.; TltusvlU aa way b* In the IXDIAI OF ALL KINDS AT THE "ADVOCATE"
OFFICE.
other with other ailment to which Ormond, beginning soon. The boat 4* the Ie.. It I* true, that on an average four consecutive weeks once a week fur

flesh U heir-come to disport themselves I every fifty-fifth person you meet wear Ordered at the rtork's offlat
in the exhilarating from the shops ot Oliver Roe, which : W. L. Douglas Shoe Did you ever this 13th day of Do *iubr A. I). 1 Tttusvllle.H. Fla.'
brlney breaker
to nsures fine workmanship and a thing of realize what an Immense undertaking It A.A. STEWART: ,
drive
or wheel the asphalt-like beach, to I|, beauty. If.... mistake not, Supt. Bute I. to supply one article of wearing ap- Bobbins* Graham Clerk Circuit Court
gather sheila, look and talk love etc. It parel to over one million! people Attorneys for Coml.I' teal Citron
remarked In our bearing, not long ago, dec-4i-jaull |I I
I. to this j Court. t-
place that IThe i
Manager Sharp of S
r
I that this Is one of the most interesting RUBBER
Coronado hotel I I.
attracting attention A.
FROSCHER
and attractive runs la the state Ponce *0 00
Globe lWJICK
M a winter aa well a* a summer resort Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia 0
Undertaker 'CIE y
I Park and suburban towns again con- & Embalmer.TITVCVILLE :. t .
Craving the quaint bridge over the netted BRA55srEEl rjM.sTcnoiEs.vVAxBICGESTPUN
by water with the metropolis of FLORIDA
,Ilillaboro river-whkh river of \he Indian River I That's A full of .ud Manufartumr* of th* mmt rrftt, Rallabl
country good. supply Coffins, LcmMHttfeal Lannrh Motor In to Cycles
baa the Ponce Park vWintty a* It oour"1 Think of the attractions along the route. Caskets on hand. Funerals aft: 1eJnI1 to ghee inn every Ce.tart.rises and seselsuwt to 100 *No snarkuL crank

,rJng sad UrmJoAtlng printw'e The celebrated edred. All orders promptly executed Sac I m
Turnbull IIE-
hammock full at reasonable J. W. JEROME heal 0 arw la btaiap lu>ru.p-fs
,the Interesting village (>f XII' ..... ou the west, with Its treasures. of paw or until prices. Orders by tel. R"1hMAtsnt. eirsyvi waq. IN THE SOUTH IU atraU4 Catalofu of Boyt a .
pwMptly attended to. C_+el+t acrd pt W e eo a"llaaapa!1t. LneM, FIa. cuts,a 6itorting Goads.f..rydssaipufOHar.lOYEllltatEOt.WaBU4<>a-j I I









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.. JANUARY 4. ISOX. .


KvKBtrr. TRIM. J.O' .IIII.: F.
DriiC'lt K Hd.

EVERETT & CO. --l I "Look here," sold the: proprletcr of In Clirult r..int I

the lunch exiublitkinent, "this coin ha cull of r'l<>rhli
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(FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. + + r..liJ- I "
a hole in it. county: I
-- .: "Well" replied Meandering illla, Jacksonville NX I
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and Retail Dealers In -
bolesale "no had the doughnut ye sold me." it Indian lilitr I

RIVER ------ And ha strode haughtily ou.-Washngtou t'y }
NDIAN
GJIiELESS.The Star. '
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f OYSTERS TURTLE &: Young Man With the Itnwny heard As lU-Uiff Mar Appropriate TO Edward Edward Cecil..\' l l :
and the '..,n.. He flared.DA and all other >
Managing. Editor (through the idlephoneW've | : :
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GAME was a yot,n- man, with a downy having clalm* u
got to send a mail to do tar of the I
beard who had i tome off an evening :
and Dealers Supplied. train.: Instead .>f going out with other up those forest firm Can yon vpaiv 17' township 21)

Is passengers, he hunted np the special offlcer parks? Itrcvard / .
CH HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla. and said: City Editor-Dont yon think we'd \JOU are ;
otter send Waters?-Chicago Tribune. pear In the
'
"I little
want a Information When State of Florida

I was coming in a man sat down beside Strict .r..u... the clerk's office
rofessional Cards. me in the snx,kii"g car and took out first Monday In
"That grinder left ont ft -
I portion
three cards and togan to thxow'etaaboutlike organ show what
!I X. ROBBISS. WALTI GBABAM. this (>ne was nn ace, and of the tune. above described'
&BINS A GRAHAM, he said he'd bet ma $3 I cotldn't pick "That's all right We're even The" a part of It de
dime I him had hole in it
a -
out that card after he'd thrown 'em gave by the c all }
Washington Star.Boomerang.. eik's office In I
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, around. It was a ,:rune WUI1 it?

g: HOUR!!:From 10 to 12 a. rn., "Of course It was!" repliid the offi us be y taken of :November for the .

and 2to4p.m. cer. "He was a three card monte man, The Persistent Snitor-I neither ss a rlghiH>f.way ; !

USVILLE:, Brevard Co., Florida. and you ought to have known better rink, smoke nor play cards. be forever barred
os.108.practice. than to put up your money. Bow much The Dear Girl-Do yon think I'm go Ordered the
I In all the court*. -state and fed did you lose?" ville, this 20th
lug to marry a freaU-Llfe.
aDd "Oh, I didn't bed l I bet him three 1801.!
for rteot
;fat facilities examining p -
d titles. times and made $16. All wanted to No Coward. A. A.
Money to Loan. know was what they call thf'gnme.' I'll
j X
write the name down lofowl forget it'hrce Hobbles A
ORGE W. MORTON card nionU I leet Ten the follow Attorneys

did somethii;g ell. U- pulled out ?
NOTARY PUBLIC, three little cup and*a pea and mixed nov2J.jan4 |J }

rwood," .' Canaveral '. Florida. 'em all up and waited to bet me I

onveyanclng carefully executed. couldn't find the pea. ,Id thtt a game?" \
"Certainly it's a gune-| imble rig.
C, moitgages Satisfaction etc., ging. You ought to teoye read of it in In Circuit Court

blanks on hand. the papers years age Yo4 lost about cui.: of }' ,

t20.; I suppose?" : county:

"Lose $201! Oh, ncl I but him twice acknoirvllle, St. )
INOR S. JONES, and won$10.I'ltwn hat down under Indian River I

the other game. Let'sing. o. Thimble rig- VS. }
ATTORNEYATLAW.fUSVILLE ; Rather odd liais!, isn't it? Don'tto C!. II. Price and J

BREVARD CO., FLA what a thimble 1 to do with it a ''to C II. Price

i No use to ask who 1m ted it or when. other persona I
bounty Judge of Brevard County. The fellow seemed to t greatly disconr- claims upon a ) I
as follows: ('
aged about something nt he got out a 4- mile post on

OACLDM: J. T. BAKDKM pack of carda and me if I could tton 11, "

Notary. play poke-poke" east, run thence
AULDEN A; SANDERS.ATTORNEYSAT.LAW., You mean poker?: Ethel-Cousin Lou, is Colonel Eras east to Indian
"PerhapI I do. Is t t a game?" er a brave soldier? river a distance : : : : :

"hhould remark I d you play poker Cousin Lou-Oh, I guess he isn't 570 feet, thence

till practice In all the ConrM of the State with him?" afraid of the smell of powder I section, thence
Florida: and the United State ConrM. "I suppose I didt gave me some Ethel-No; I guess not, for I saw his ure; Brevard

\ O. Box,238. TIiraVILLE FLA. cards, took some hlmlZ: and then laid nose against your face last night- yOU are hereby
Money to Loan. 18 hA'd bet $3 on his hd. 1 said I'd bet Brooklyn Life. pear In the : :

tlO on mine, and win he said t13 I Florida for
ITOWELL TITUS, office In Titusvllle
laid'20. Then ho fl down hill cards
Treatment.'This day in January A. )
called me a fool and I1t into the next
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Interest have
remarked tho poet blithely you
car. land, and to
In State and Federal courts. Lam "I consider a gem.
rractlce bet?
les a specialty. Attorney for Board of "And he gave up t ht "Uncut," muttered the editor after a .crlbett In nat1ft;: II :
"Oh, yes; gave it up. >lainant 1 1
[mty Commissioners and County Solicitor. "And you won $" f him in all?" cursory glance and reached for his blue in TltuKvllle on l \

0.110X84. TITU8VILLE FLA. "Yee. $"5. See? J ,,,3. That last penciL-Detroit Tribune. bur A. D. 1804,
game was poker eh ueer name, but the use of the (
Amateur Maritime Law
FREEMAN HALL 1 it'l aU rig I'U put it down way for its ;
suppose
Land'lwauWhen !'
two boats are in barred In that
under the others. Th, cakes three card I t
danger of collision, which one steers off Ordered at the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and You
poker.
thimble rlggi
monte,
and gets out of the way? vllle, tills 20th
about it, ar u? .
FLOKIDAI are lUre
Tl'IIVILLE, Yachtsman':' The one that's last ISU4.
for Fire and Accident Incur "Of OOUl'86. painted.-Good News.To A. A. : '
Agency "Well that'l all ht, except about
lice In the best and strongest com- .
the money. Do you h any orphan asy.luml Ho Sure,
Itlell.I tobbins
in this town 0 r?' ; \
Danks-lIere'l fashion item.
a
queer
"Three or four." It; "Baggy kneed trousers are com- Attorneys 1
says, I
DADE COUNTY
CAYYE BAY, I hunt them
j l
"Yel, very glad up ing to the front. '
W EWAN between 'em iov23-an4| |
and divide the m
Where else could
Rivers they come?
U. S. COMMISSIONER. That will be right, 't m" Chicago Tribune.A .
Notary Public State at Large. I The officer star y him and made .f"v\

J Lands Selected; Conveyances made. no reply, and the ng man with a Matter Obeervatlon. : }I
lorrespondence solicited. Address: beard and duke expression
dOWDY Mike (beating the carpet)-What's In Circuit Court
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove lifted his grip IU dod:
up
that spot there that's so worn? cult of Florida
Office Ewan's Landing. "
,
"Throo card mo thimble rigging
l\lary-Oh. that must have been justin county:
and poker. I've go m down and will front of the missis' mirror)-Life. acksonvllle, St.

EORGE W. ALLEN try to commit the ea to memory. Indian River .
inteU oe and courtesy How It Warn.Barklus }
Officer
your VS.
: : ::
: ; :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, are to be comme d. Farewell 1"- says he has found cigarette W. II. I

Detroit Free Pre8L smoking very beneficiaL""He TO W. II. Powell I '
: : : :
ey West, Florida. has. lie owns a factory."- Interested in :::
Wear a Tr. Washington Star.Coorteey. fractional :
Will practice In the United State "Willie Wilhln u looks awfully range 38 east, : \ : II

Lid State Courts. 9jun05 weary and fagged. IB Sweden.The YOU are hereby :

"Deab boy, he' n on a terrible Swedes are a quiet, taciturn peo pear In the ;

..twain""What ple. There is no jostling even among :, Florid for
11. B. L. WILLS
doing? the lower classes. When a train leaves office In : !

"nil man wu y, and he had to a platform or a Steamboat a pier the day in January A. :

PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON decide for himself at tie to wear." lookers on lift their hate to the departing Interest land,anti you show have ,

FLORIDA -Chicago Inter n8TAG passengers and bow to them, a com- In a petition filed \ J : | I I
lTUSVILLE I
pliment which is returned by the pasengers. his cAUse In the

OFFICE:-Hutchlnson Avenue near LINTS. You are expected to lift your ville on the 20th (
llie Indian River hotel. hat to the shabbiest person yon meet in 1804, should not I \

Richard Man8fi is negotiating for the street, and to enter a shop office or the complainant

a long lease of n. 'an'd theater, New bank with the hat on is considered a bad railroad ; or elite

OIIN ASPINWALL, York. breach of good manners. In retiring behalf.

Professor Her n, the conjurer, from a restaurant yon are esnnoted to Ordered at the
and Manager G W. Lederer have bow to the occupants. Bowing .d hat plebe, this 20th
REAL ESTATE &: INSURANCE.AU that the people 1804. }
at last settled am ly all their differences. lifting are so common A. A. I J
seam to move around more slowly than i |
elsewhere in order to observe the courtesies.
: GALLIE, FLORIDA John T. Hell tI Irish comedian Journal Robbins .t |
.
Popular
will not star thl MOD, but will stay

at home to writ rags and get a good Railroad Building la Coni.. !
J ;1 t l lnov2:1 ; : !
F.J.. KENNARD ARCHITECT piece for next yt' After going about half the distance : -jan" {1 I :

ORLANDO. FLORIDA.. In aU probal' ..Mrs Langtry will between Corte and Vlszavona the evidences ;
take Lillian Ru 1"m time al Abbey's of the construction of the inter. \ '

firing Correspondence artistic work invited combined from with those flrst-de- theater New 4- The engagement mediate sections of the railroad became : :: \ :"' :

will begin on.N apparent The laborers on the eicava- In Circuit Court : I
:
class professional service. : : ;: ::
Robert Downing'sproduction and in the
Fifteen years experience (ills in Floe The arena ( n time for the bridges heavy cult of I
ida). Best of reference to local and of e Gladiator" II an cuts were, many of them, women young county:
northern clients. apl2 -oct28 exact reproduct 4 Jerome' celebrated girls and boys and all. including the Jacksonville fet : .
painting of t ladiatorlal combat men carried the dirt and stone ont in Indian hirer }1

RUE P ELY James G. BI Patrick Egan and baskets on their heads. By this slow, vs. :
LA Admiral Ghe are Impersonated In toilsome method is all this work done, Lillian G.

REAL ESTATE FIRE, LIFE AND "Old Glory Dew play by Charles and it appeared to me that the work TO Lillian G. I I : I|
,
interminable but I told all other '
T. Vincent, wi A Brady has I'roduoed. would be was
ACCIDENT INSURANCE.Notary that the contractors were under heavy ing claims upon
Public for the State at Large. bonds to complete the road in the time ship 25 south
full Information a*to Government and State It requires electrical apParatus county Fla.
and that It would
for
contracted certainly
land "
which
0 he Earth, In
are
to produce
MEi BOC&VE. FLA.fcwEATSJRADEMARKs. be accomplished,-Charles fl. YOU
the American elty company 11 play. in the
Adams in Century \
other State of Florida
I ing than II I b7 any organIzation "
the clerk's office
on too Rapid Tnualt to AIIe&.rJa.I first Monday In } '
I Thomas Ca will build a theater hear that a respectable north conn show what

in New York will be situated on try merchant has invented a means for above described | '

Broadway will. completed getting to Australia in II hours i part of It I ;

Fort1.BOOODd It be means so simple that I fancy it must the complainant : ;:

] I by May I, 18': have occurred to a good many people al clerk's of office In : I'; : \ ot
COPYRIGHTS. day November
that Nat C. that
It I. wort f Dote ready Every one knows the world
CANt I ORTA1H A 'ATEITf rora known failure in round its axis In >4 boors be taken for the ,
Godwin baa a spins on once ,
as a right-of-way ; :: : ::
pIL'araA", ('r.. .ba...rbo"": &?$zx,. : h" life, and low. played In more whence it is clear that, if yon hang be forever barred .

VZ:' fSZ=' A ifclfcVStK'iruatioai :; pieces and m: non productions than yourself up somewhere and wait In IS Ordered at the :
:
fnleeie and how to.b.w.ta.s..otrr. .
eoneenuoa.. Al.oaeatai.uS01: atorhan. baa probably other actor of today. boon Australia will be under your feet, Ibis 20th
kal and Htwius hook sent t... and will have ifs ;: :
only to down in :
step :
.
P ", Uken throwh Maud A Co. reeerre Fred c. 'W 1 manages more light you '
!"'--II.&h. 'a..ul.. A..rlr..,antt does other man order to be comfortably them The good A. A. | ;
.
't 10.. an .....10& eld.iy ..,...&b. .bile WI'". opera Fingers any
-._ to ..... ia.omr T .. .....104>4 in thew There are to be 80 merchant proposes to send passengers up :
c. w W..ly 1aetddcwg a I anr=Oabur W ages in th b Roy company n in In well appointed balloon when they Bobbins
terry ia_a rear. I*..tW enp'<:*ami t'.-. people of Deaudet In "ClioqueUe" will wait until Australia comes round.It .
auild.y u wonn&w..mbeau.
ewuTVxo .bnea:; support 'The Fencing liaster. U an admirable scheme.-Pall Mall
and
1' at iIM-. u eolura and photoe-raphe. of new
r.; wmb ""'" .--.idooQ to tbam lbs .. Budget t I 1
AodnMuAl _ _- novtt-janJ J "
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' RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 4, 1895. _

a. ....
..
,. --- W. D. DAlll'fETT'
I JAMES PBITCBAIID, Prellident; Vlce-Preeldent.,
well the total of lots to a much T1IK POIXCIANA HALL W. M. DROWIf, Calhler,
accewfMe sum
under -
r the Southern Count, easily
1 -f+> INDIAN RIPER ADYOCATE +- the cover of heavy guns, and a place higher figure. Less than half of the -

on the route between all parts of the orange crop of the atate had been shipped And SuiiiptuoiH! SUI'lu'r. RIVER STATE

a "IIIIIILY JoeaRAL:RVOTRD:::: TO 11111 etrarorsaatortasrROURCIrsa our Vest commerce Indies and will the seek United In: case States of war.that of ,the and U remainder II 1ieved U fully dentroyed three-fouitl All I The opening ball of the above palatial INDIAN I BAN K

far south a* and at on Friday night last WI '1j
ADy look
the United f'tAt.e. vegetable garden an hotel place
of
I The government casino recently Incorporated nnder the Law*of the State of Florida.)
Lake and all pineapple planta and handsome (
LARRwo.IwsCTloabt should footer the barlmr of Key V.art, Worth, the new
I fortify It, and make a fair naval station tone, are badly blighted. All vegetable erected, and It wa generally pronounced j Authorized capital, $
o'clock
I there, that could at least dock ships and !grower, except in rare Instance, will\ a grand .ncccs About *:&> ioooor:
to steamer." have to re-plant their entire Held p. m. the casino presented a brilliant ""' Paid up capital, $25
l .................... WAATEB. OKAHUAooclaM make ordlnal'1l't'l.aln The mlmlmum temperature at Jacksonville irene, with about 200 fair women and (\CV, oc,
_. -Editor4 Manager; ,OUA H.WalTO If the Nicaragua: canal l is con wa 14; at Tltuavllle and Tampa, gallant men greeting each other in eager :: Average deposits $30ooc! :(

II II structcd, then Key West would be 18, and West Palm Beach, 2;;. Biscayne I expectation of the hour when the dawo- -

convenient to the line of travel b... Day ha not yet been heard from; but If I Ing would begin. Transacts General
f between after this, the gay: and happy -.., a Bub
e I Office: Washington Avenue, Tltuvlll tween the Pacific ocean and the the proportionate temperature {shortly -
I Titntvllle and Lakeoith hold good! throng commenced the grand march, andIt
Indian River, Florida. great cities of our own Atlantic between the latter and Bay Illicayn, certainly presented a fairy-like acene- Easiness

coast and those! of Europe The the residents on the shore of that most the well\ modulated light throwing a bewitching }
in the beautiful sheet of water at Lemon City, over the whole casino;
PUBLISH fcvmr r HI DAT. Key West people are moving glamor a LargestaDdOdestBanloDtttE! |
matter In a business-like way, and Miami and Cocoanut Grove, probably while from the orchestra of sixteen Bit
I shivered with the mercury at :J8 or :29.' piece, under the direction of ProfcoMigtionico
their efforts should be crowned the occ.ixlt strain of mUllle c. DIRECTORS,
"GcahJii Cel talnl1 the float king! on came sweet:
.
(! Check,etc.may he riots payable to with success. of his recent. unexpected visit to Florid, floating through the air. The. costumes JAi.PRitcnARWR.RARR! :
t" Walton," tiiilillnher and proprietorsRnbMTlptlnn. sail in to of loralitie but swept Indeed beautiful, and iif the National (lank, i Jaiktn 'I'tf'l'
,
t What has been '! regard WAil no respecter ] of the 1 idles were l l
Itl'RKU"I'eI're .
"
-
" Key West applies, to a certain extent the whole peninsula with bill! Icy breath. the diamond ornament Rhone forth In t- lacknonTllle: ( ), W. B.'pnt GRAHAM Xat. ltd t.:,l

{", Twelve months, |IJftlx .11II Canav On Indian River, not lea than 75; jar all their: brilliancy. The programme jiROWX.
I s, 100Three to the harbor at Cape cent. of the orange crop I is lout, and veg; wan a* follow: -.... ..... CORREFPOcDEv.n T'
';. t JMfllngl eral. The latter point is more I In table growers have already realized that. I'lilnrlan :MIRli.mico 1 '' :- "seaboard National, Hank of :w roil
Royal
. !Ey .6 the direct Hne of travel betweenall they 111'11have\ to re-plant, and have goneto r.raml\\ilts :March .' lice's Sighs: : Henna National Bank of Jacknocyllle:

e'' enpy strictly I U ail nnoe.I the West Indies and SoulAmerica work with a will. IVIka .Tint-*-Unit..,. .tlt. tl".nUn Tolsnl r "I'.l"'tTS"\rILY-E: ]3"LA.: .

, than West. ship Great damage ha been done to pin Lanieruraery::: Arabian Kh>'fchu>mes. ...iheder ___ __ _. ._ ___ _____ u
I ... The ahoy rate Include the payment of part.I Key Any apple throughout the entire belt, certainly lIehottlocbe Haiti! ., _.. .. .. .. .. .......". ... .. ..
I f. teeny!: n.. HIIIHH'rlpttnnt can commence anytime bound from South America or any a* far south a*, and including IXTeKMIWIOt.
i during the year.Iriwintlnnanm ...,.., .toiiiil Unma.: .... ,Fahrl a<'
of the West India islands, except Lake Worth; but the beat. authorities 1-olka Portland fanre ... ......". .. .. ....Felecte.l11'sits THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
. nf ailvt. mist liwmode J*r. the west-half of Cuba, would have we have been able to Interview on the Linger Ixiniti-r, Lot "." Jon.. ,
tonally at this <>m<,e or liy writing. subject believe It will\ be impossible, fora Two-step" .. "I,!l lrtv Hell.. ..Songs
.I to steer several hundred miles west determine the I'elka..1aCIngnaintsins .ValdtenteIjiiirert Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread.
to
week or ten day,
.
F .and enter .....1'nlversfty ,...... :\10088 ,
MKMKEIIfl OF ward out of its course actual damage done. The coming crop Hfiiiw sweet Iloiua. I
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION J', the Straits of Florida In order to will\ hardly exceed at best 30 per cent. of
U.
West while It could continue the usual crop, possibly not over 15 percent The grand march wa led by Mr.
.. ArriLlATKW WITH TUB: reach Key but no one care to venture an W, Merrill and Mrs. J. A. McDonald

t Xatlonil Jldttonal itMritdiJn.I on Its northerly course and opinion; a* to damage: done the plant At. twelve o'clock all repaired to the

touch at Cape CanR\'eral.f/l'ry (con, Comparing till freeze with 1880 a* to handsome dining-room, where a most

Address all ooinnmnlratlom to tile 1'""one- venlently. A glance at .A map of damage done pineapple plantations, the rherche supper *as gervtd to the guest, r
I that T. the spread and service eliciting very: flattering -
I
tau, the western hemisphere will convlnce writer recollect distinctly Capt.
r of the few comment from those present.
, Klcliards, of Eden, one
I' one of the truth of whatwe Merrill left nothing undone
\UAMAWALTOX, any pineapple grower of that day, shipped Indeed, Host
: claim. Cape Canaveral is apart a good many crate In the tummer of that. would tend to the pleasure of the

I ; INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, of the Florida mainland, aC. 180.! We have no Idea how many, anti, evening,and was most untiring In tryingto

I I Tt.1111VIL6R, FIMsIDA. cessible readily by rail from the according to our recollection, while his make all his guest feel at ease and at
plant were a* a rule stunted and badly! home. In tills he wa ably assisted by
coal mines of Alabama. Communication Messrs. C. H. Davis
l Interrupted, few plants were killed. Of his right-hand men-
UNCLE SAM'S tax collector will could not be cut oil. Coal course It I III claimed the freeze of De'M and C. U. Boniface.

BOon be around to interview yo and all kinds of supplies, as well and 30, 181M! was more severe than About one o'clock a. m.-supper bee. FOR SALE BY -

and kings, to ia as troops and ammunition, could that of 18MO; but we have been through over-.the guest returned to the ballroom
pineapple EDVV'.A.B.D
: :
orange both and believe the difference I I. hardly and continued the dancing until STILXN"G,
Into their annual Income. be delivered at Canaveral from any o'clock when all dijiersud -
quire appreciable. The temperature In 18W neatly three a. m., The Umber Hardware
and Paint Dealer.
,
lie will certainly expect to .fln< part of the country, and at anytime may have been about a degree higher to their respective room and

I lots of men on Indian River whoa while a few first-class ship than that of 181)4, but the former lasted homes. OOOOJL, Xn.d.l.a.n.E'1.I.: : : : : 'Ver, FLonXDA
of could lay in wait In twice a*long. Among those from Indian River who
than
4,000 an
incomes more
are ip enemy
The freeze of 1804 ha passed Into attended the ball and supper were Mr
year, and thus subject to the income the vicinity: of Key West .and Intercept history and our people have met with a and Mr. S. II. I'eck, Mr*. A. Decker, ad House

tax. We strongly suspect any supplies intended for Revere blow, but when they read of the Mr. M. F. Dwyer, Miss Dwyer, Miss Lumber Building Materials 4

there was more method than madness -' the Island city. Canaveral is also destitution In Nebraska, of death by Lula Dwyer, Chas. Dwyer, Fred Dwyer, ,

in the course adopted by -out much nearer the Bahamas and freezing appeal for and aid starvation which come, of the from piteous that Mite Kockledge Prendergast; Capt. and and Mr A*,. 8.H. Lee E. isewal, all of, *** {ash, Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement Nails aniBuilders'
British ,
Eden correspondent. We believe( Bermuda, which are pos. far western state to the Bunny south, our of Se-wall' Point; Mr. and Mr. C. II. *

be has written his articles with i q sessions. people must realize that, In spite of its Raoey., of Mount Elizabeth; Messrs. W. Hrdware

view of submitting a ,plausabl$ We must not be understood awaking phenomenal freeze, our section 1* a favored Gordon Brown and Lyndon Blake, of

tory to the federal tax .collects{ little of the claims of Key one. An associated press despatch Robe bound; and C. H. Walton, of TI- Sized Fuming} and Kiln-dried Lumber
,,la speaking of the suffering In tusvllle. The extremely cold weather a Specialty.
when he visits Eden and wants to< Vest at the same time we wouldbe
; Western Nebraska say: "People are we had on Friday afternoon prevented 1 G. F. PADDISON
make: It appear that pineapple cull remiss In our duty if we per. leaving covered wagon by thousands many.of our river residents from attend- -

vture is not such a moDey.maklnj laltted the light of Canaveral to be rather than face starvation and freeze to tug tlie ball. i TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALLIE, Fit
business his guileless and .mor hkl under a bushel. death." ,How different In Florida. Our Mr.; ''O. R. W. Artnes acted a* master
as
river are full.ef fish, and wood with of ceremonies, and he was assisted by
"candid neighbors would have us Key West and Canaveral are game; In a few week the vegetable field Mes r*. F. II. Clark and W. Gordon I "

iRelieve. ':. nearly 400 miles apart; each l.11alh. will\ be producing again. Our peoplecan Brown. 711i

\ own peculiar advantages as a live-there U no danger of freezing t "ORMOND

TITISVILLE has always keen.con stnagetic point, and as a location or have starving to economize to death., and It for Is true a time we dispense will. TilE WAIt BETWEEN CHINA ,

show Alf for a dry dock one need not Inter. AND JAPAN,
..i;iBJJered a good town. with maay of the luxuries and
traveling companies which ,have i fere with the other. Canaveral ,11 i comfort to which we have been accustomed

r Tklted the place in the past met almost as far away from Key' West but. there will be no destitution; Hoax: SOUND, FLA., Dec. 25, '9-&. Between he Great Ocean Beach and the Broad,
audience and asitlhe latter point is from (Pensac6la we aball not lack the necessaries of life. Ijjpical Salt Lagoon the Halifax.
;with fairly good : It I II gratifying to recall the fact that Editor Advocate:

made some money, but recently we ; but Canaveral is on the At.; the seasons of 1887 and 1888 were very Dear Sir:-The following extract from OPEN Deceber 15th to April 25th $5.00 PER DAY
in the line of
I bye had too many shown :Time lanfic coast, more good one for the whole state. Titusvllle ,
late letter from brother-in-law
travel from South America, and its' and Indian Kiver bad their creates a my ,
and &ECIAL
,toI'ohard our people cannot gi.toithem : Colonel Scbuell service {We jar RATES Per Week in
all hence the two ,com position/ about midway between Increase of population during the year Chinese January and April.No .
following the freeze. It may be salt hai-wel, may Interest many of your read- place In tlSouth offers such
Port Royal and Key West gives i ia It: attraction for a Winter Home Ormoci
which bere dart, a*
pafliea appeared that this was due to the fact that the J., era. Colonel Schuell ha been military Cottage Lou alll
.week lost money. Our people .had very desirable geographical pos. T. & K.: W. Ry. Co. tapped the India prices.
most of their funds 'in buying ition as a coaling station and .bag River country during the month of the Instructor, latterly director,of the school
jspeut ANDERSN .
of supplies. If the government great freeze of 18$& It I II also true the for gunnery for the Chinese artiller & PRICE Manager, Hotel Ormond,
and what
;Christmas presents, its del J., 8>t. A. 4 I. Ry.'Co. ha recently been for neatly quarter of a century. Ormond, Volusia County, Southern Floridi
to out long -
they.tad left went to the circus mean carry extended down the East. Coast, and It I II the of the Hotel CoqulnM to 3.50 day-Private.
WUhlng compliment per Board $10 to
l of coast defences, Ke you $12 per week.
Our town cannot stand more than layedpolicy, ; certain Mr. Flagler will prove a friend Inneed.

two..or three shows per month West and Canaveral, by virtue of Ill effort la promoting emigration season, -
I the line: of his rood will I be Your faithfully,
theinlocation are each entitled to' on re-
When at the rate of two ,
they come
favorable consideration and large''' doubled. U. MACHATTIK. Facts Wrth Notice !! Xotlce.pREDITORS .
or three per week, they are bourn Uy-ttie-way, transportation companies

to loMrtnoney, and may get atran appropriations.The will be Ainung the greatest loser by the ,
tied ; ,that would beery unfortunate people of Key West have freeze. They will be short on freight WEMIAKWElOct 22, '04. l : baving LeRatee.claims distributees or demands, and agates aj
organized and are pushing theirprojectmith during 180.5 about 50,000 boxes of oran- been I CHUte of It. T. Yoh. are u :
"I have in low sine
here spirits
for Sufficient.
ha.venot ;es and a* many crate of pineapple, u:year; /from:;'W to" n'le :
but r.n
and Jacksonville ia by no rneani energy, we but they will undoubtedly strive to the war began to go BO contrary for the meet, I.. :March let>,l'lratlon of adverti*
iaue! or the will M
good. organized ; it is true a few of make this up by Increased Immigration, Chinese. It. 1* exactly known what I Pleaded in bar of their bemanda same All penis

us haveilong; urged the claims or by passenger traffic and heavier tonnageby have always foreseen and foretold; but DEVOTED EXCUYELY TO REPAIRING Owing,once said to the estate Ire required to wake pa'wlllla
'
undersigned
Canaveral persistently, but the t Incoming freight till now It has come U dreadful. Think
KEY' WEST AND CANAVERALCOMPARED. There 1 I. no line crying: over "spll L J. BYRER,
people in general should manifest milk letla be and doing. An ; I have been working here for that Thirty years' p tical experience qual- Uobblns A Graham Administrator

their interest in the project. In able ;writer says: up"It ,U not. the man twenty-four years in shaping them clocks ifies the and assertli jewelwill that be your watches, Att'ys for Adm'r. tan-&- lComnilssloiier's
promptly and
union and In numbers there it: who U knocked down who
never sue and adapting a little foreign: discipline to skillfully repaired living price by the
The people of Key West are making strength The people of Duva coeds; but the one who, when he 1* them, and to see It all cast to the wind undersigned. '.
; knocked down, get up again quickly); tl Sale.UDER .
; a energetic effort to county have only secured govern Registered sands of repaired
very procure and U ready for another knock-down, at the slightest blow! Of course I have
an appropriation of f 1,000,0Xfor )>> meat aid.improve the St. Johns' and he cannot be kept down." Our always worked under protest, but there register watches since AJ 1804: and we still and by virtue

the construction of a dry dock bar by united and persistent effort: people should be inspired with a like I. little consolation to be derived from which date many baclr prtnent ears.patrons These names are, n.Jaft] of of Hravard an order county mails. ere h

in their harbor. Key West often Three of Key West realize that I spirit. that. It appears almost, at present, to living testlmonlaof mutual satisfac cash cluing'front( proUt to the i"the"d* I will bidder sell. \iVU1

alt excellent location for a dry their only hope of success is by be discreditable to be In the Chinese*er, ion a* to skill. !Straws' show which ., Ilortdm In of the court "M door a' T"1.

,dock and coaling station. There similar measure, and the people : TUB': OKMONl, vice at. all urnlnlied.way the winds t..." Best reference the fteSSh25ru? 'dU'Lnf February| the'legal,A D hour ISIS of the ale/olio! "

la one in course of construction at of Indian River should manifest a "The Chinese have to be beaten In orderto W. t'. BRANXIXO B.ing V: Yohe':decried> belonging: O'*"' The to the Ub tat r tl
,
Port Royal lUll! another is con irdy interest ;.ia the Canaveral This Hostelry to have 35 Horse. I be taught. Everyone who know Titusville south the n?XEETlu"lrof"S11011 18*owS.hipa:
Fla.BEULAHCOTTAGE .
Passenger Wagon and Tall onwlning; io! acre., ttanortheast
templated at the mouth of the project : ) China In the least know that. The e...-half or the quarter nf .redo. 11

lIUeLtsIppl. But Key West hal There is no royal road to secure Coaches I' ships left over from the last fight, havIng I acres towuehip; and 21 the' south t-r r the east, containing i d

advantages/ to recommend it aa a government appropriations; they A gentleman writing the ADVOCATE been repaired at Port Arthur te,of th. esat.hqal of southwest I"n ,gnsebit ."...
returned -
21, lOuth renge t tsar'' iO .......
location which Are superior to come only as a result of united andpersUtent rom that popular and well-known re- ( In Containing .
two and sing all three
day ago, wait further tracts 1:10: acres, and II&u.1I4
either Port lloyal.or New Orleans, effort. Shall we sit ort-Ormoud-aay : orders here. The In Jirnard county, lorld. I
Japanese ship make
lying as it does at.the northern en- idly down and allow our claims to Me*.n. Anderson i Price, the managers = ROBERT TENTlJUkD
of The Ormond are making, more heir regular visits to this coast, and to. Robbins & Graham,
trance to the Gulf) >f :Mexico and] be[ overlooked ? CommlwlonnAtfys
,
than ever, a great feature of their drive day eight ships have been seen at the ladiiltlvcr for Adm'r. JutftMblaster's
EDEN -
if the place was strongly fortifiedit around beautiful Ormond and (iu the proraontorie FLA.
would Le valuable beach, and will have thirty-five hone
as a stragetic -
Till: }'IUmZBWhich "The
Japanese strike terror into the
10 their livery this season. Their lx-
point ; but as the Straits of Florida horse eleven-passenger wagon ha al. 'Chinese, and that I* really what they Quiet place, apg the Pineapple Sale.

are 75 miles wide between Key visited Florid Ut Friday and ready been out. with tome joUy parties, want This, from such Insignificant Fields, to spend av week Hunting, virtue

West and Cuba, the ships of our Saturday nJfbt came with but little and on Tb.ura.lay they expect to tendsixhome and despised nation a* they hold themto Fishing and Boatit UNDER! .and and by ,:of egfo a decree"'( f:1
enemies which might with to enter warning, and yet the mercury managed a> tally-ho. coach to the Toms sale i of the Cir
the Gulf could keep close to the tu get down to a point lower than any ka: where It. will be met by a party on be, must surely do good to the Chi ;,- Open Janty isth 1895. ean .Court therein for wherein llreyard t Dwight count, In W.C Tuttle'hani..iissl l la f

before registered iiue the Tltiuville the steam launch. ness In the end. It seems to be the JA> piaiosnt ana Battle E. BUYrto defendant. I >i
coast pf Cuba and would be out of Weather Uurvau- r any other signal The beauty of Ormond' hammock J best way of having the conceit knocked > ANDREWS, loot in public Tltiuville.auction In front of the court h .-

range pf any guns which might be office for that .atufl-waa eitahlUhed. and beach drive I* not out of them. 4 i Manager. tebruarr.AD lee,' during on the the are legal Mnmiai beurt 3

placed at Key \Vest ten times over. The temperature way probably, lower late weather uopleaaautne; and, with TITUSnLLJ FlyiE.I'(1' &ale' to "**.." and ta., bld The Isolated last Friday night than at any time before he return of the normal Florida temperature "The Chinese will not believe that : I of
position pf Key) West I fendant tawlti J'rIo&
In 50 jean, or aioee till freeze uf IRIS: the tourist will find the drive their enemies have not lost arfnglethlp; lion W, In township ThewTbh.23 e. ol Ira 1.
south
is an objection to it as a base of on which occaalon tradition and the old- and the amuaemeaU of Orraond all that eluding aHthe range 38 out
blat
I, for one, do believe It. The JapanM The accretion In front of said t+ta
supplies. In other, word, Itlouhl eat Inhabitant tell u. the mercury went he I* expecting following ls rainfall e ltate.j cribefdtbw six .from of land d u
be blockaded and means of .communication down to ten degrees above cero at. Jacksonville The orchestra for The Ormond ha arrived > are a splendid, well-disciplined and ment week of temperatund for.the one d'f; : '::.uQl"sled,.t.4
cut otto Still we would and that the few bt>arloltorangetree. and the houae I* now gay for the patriotic people. They have worked for ending Wedn.y, Jan. 2nd 951890. : said isnd aiM. Ruben Eases recorded It

which existed at that time were IIOIUOD. years, while the Chinese have done nothing .- -iso;.- Theme land W t:'aid eeeWning. .:. t
like to see a dry dock constructedat frozen to the ground and split open Inconvenient Special l Inducement are being .fferedt but buy arm and not learned how DATa: MAX. Iii, MAX. 'blrt7 n. less iiiyi l'tiOGa
; &crea.lIDd anIIn-.1
Key West for notwithstandingthe size for fence rails and that Orraond for those MIJf being at ;
ho wish
; w to build to use them. Ever since 27 6-4 Mi3 Bight, ta 8re.ard county,Florida.D. .
objections mentioned, it has he St. John's River was frozen over atl'alatka and enjoy Inter cottage*, either ia the they let Capt. 28 70 w I -i3 as GACLDEN.
points Jo iu favor which are and a band of Indian crossed tillage or on the peninsular between the anggw away the navy ha remained at 29 W M 34 JanHebi 8.-1&1 fUler
18
many Hi the Ice, etc., eta river and the ocean. a Uudttill; it has even fallen back Into 30 8:1: 84 M
presented by a no less authority in Ceuorta in the dally paper of Jack The ADVocATe reader and friwuU1U umber. And now cone more 31 'IT 6-1 66 21t
such matters as the lau Admiral toavUJe from all part of the Ute tndi- certainly have an enjoyable time If buyingof 1 66 67 30
ate that the destruction visit Ormond ships, building of new forU, and buvK sa Sloop For Sale.
Porter who said in a letter writtenin WM general they this winter, for we aad J 63 b3i S
throughout the peninsula, only (em. have two rint-claat hotel* The Ormoad gun arms. I consider It crinilal 39
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for Irene
1890t peretll. proportion to latitude. and that end Cuqulna-which are managed by a* to Induce the Chinese to buy a Total rainfall for desk:: 0.11 lnehea. sale, sloop 40ftxl5;
"Key: W,*t, eventually, no doubt will the a"l'8lCateloaa In round number to genial and well-informed gentlemen u single thing III the meantime-they will Departures from IkJI rainfall for the tonnage, 18 27-100; In Ursula** condo\
be useless. There I week : minus O. lIh"L tlon. New., sells,...* "..aA .. .his.
help :
lie ,,' no for the h.
strongly f""UIkot' ltU\ the beet means lorltU U about. 3OUOOOU. Indirect can be found anywhere In Florida. De 'ore -' -vM4rmu in v uJ
of preventing the entrance of a hostile eiult of the frwxe, such a. low on Chinese at present even If tbe-i- p frolD normal ralnfat Ja;; r;J 1st'' ne.t ere or trade boat of her size ::2

force Into the harbor. This will nuke ext. year's crop and discouraging HWU Printing of all kind done at the Japanese out of Pekln. To do this I I minus 0,10 I the i il l'rIce00.00.. Apply ,

It one of UK .tort feMfews of re'wg M i, \HI |1lUI1IlfntJ) tad inveetawetr, sway .\OVOC4TE oflUr. e will take ten time a* many men a* the JiO\"afTE, 1 Peter Eo C. D. Tyndall, Waveland, or Ct

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Lotus. number brought were down the the following house. :Among Dr. Alcre the Canaveral.Mrs. Eden.Miss I Ii COCOA ICE WORKS

new and Miss Ella Carlin
f you had a correspondent a ; Charles Carlin and Frances 11. Arnold spent a few ,
\\k I stopped, but as I haveanything Miss Lewis; Dr. Broadwell and wife; Mr Henry \\l1son Is visiting her i days with some of her friends at the ,
I since, I will' give you I Shaw and Miss\ Ola Kyle; Mr. and Mrs daughter In Titusvllle. Royal Polnciana during last week Coooa FFlorlc1n. i
freeze: We awoke King Mr. Dr. J. J. Finn was the guest of Mr ,
; Henry Carlin and Miss We
morning and found about half Edith are pleased to announce this week
of ice In the water-bucket, and Carlin; Mr. Graham King and Miss Norma and Mrs. E. J. Burns on Christmas Day that limit.ih cottage Is going to be opened NOW XN OPTi1It11TION.:

out, found everything froze up.f Carlin; ){ea.ra. Grant, Mitchell'! The mercury fell to 2(1( degrees Friday as A boarding\ house for anyone G. G. .JIIXG'JD-'l.
ice along the river made ust Ross, DuBois Clarke night last-three degrees lower than' the who desires. to spend a few quiet weeks .
Rice
skating. Where the water and Broome. freeze of 1880. amongst the pineapple fields; also for

ralnst' the shore along the river M.rlr.e'. R. M. Benham the first transient. guests. Manufacturer ---
WINE nY
eUOUI foe r..I. cli....... reports snow
shed up, It was frozen In sheets of the season at his northern borne, and The entertainment' given by the Sunday ICE & DISTILLED WATER
e to four Inches thick. Beans the skating was as good as could bo ..x.rected. School at the school-house on Xmaseve ,
4toes went to the ground like a all
Coronado Beach.Mr. was pronounced by as a genuine
ck; orange trees, wild mango, success, everyone attending receiving a ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
ngo and pineapples are curingke I The Christmas tree and dance at Arte- remembrance from old Chris Cringle.
fodder In the field; cabbageall Sharp a half.dozen others went In : sla on Christmas Eve was reported to be The children did great credit to themsvhes Refrigerators, Ice Cheats, Freexers and Water Coolers.
killed, some will yet live : bathing Christmas Day. a success. Those who went had a very' ", showing how well\ the committee'

small, but the large Is as flat A party from Glencoe pleasant time. lilting tho arrangements In hand did Lake Worth Ice Works
cake. People will' \ commence spent Sunday their
work
on the beach, gathering shells. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hood and .Mr. and ,
as soon as Monday, those who Mrs. O. de need, though seed! beans are Mrs Hopkins and Mrs. Lewis, of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ueo W. Morton, Briarwood Tho recent freeze here did very much\ .'
damage to next season's It has PALM HKACir ] .LA.
Our merchants have Helen In crop
tere. or. are the Hopkins cottage for 1, on Christmas Day. ,
bushels fort another ten bean the means of bringing all\ Into a
r express, twenty : diys' stay. _
parties here. There were aboutIn F M. Wilson, 2nd assistant lighthouse closer touch with each other bv puttingall
< beans here, just coming Into On Saturday morning the steam-like keeper, Cape C'aniveral, when on watch \ upon the same level, and showing
also some tomatoes just bear. clouds hovering over the ocean were very Friday night/ heard several report likea how will\ history repeats| Itstlf. The
; all were killed to the ground. :: dense for hours-in fact, the sky was gun, and In the morning/ he found that same was done in 1SWI, and the country HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
..'oranges here did not freeze, not clear all day. the cold weather hid broken two of the came out of It with greater strides than
ng soft all through the cold' There have been some good pictures brackets which support the upper deckof ever, so we must all look forward to the
line of the adjoining neighbors) taken of the Interior of the hotel, show the tower. next seven or eight/ years us living morepiOKptrous MANUFACTURED DY -
did not freeze. ing the decorations and changes made than ever.

since list summei. Miss I... O. Robinson gave a progress-
was a Christmas tree at Mrs
t Daytona. Ive-t'inlire her Eden liltmts lastMondey & Sudlow
to :
'8 Tuesday evening, given by hern Prof. Sharp was busy a day or two last party the old Chapman
Henry. Mrs. Williams and week, making water-color drawings of evening, wauhlng lent ,
oDtld worked like Trojans to the sea and beach, for use In the sum Gorton's Xew Orleans minstrels will out and the new year In. Everyone: reported -

; a success, and they certainly did, mer exhibition at the Stetson University bo In Daytona on the :21st. an enjoyable the Hdles'UrnI'IIM.and. MiyCiosbywon Mr. South Jacksonville Florida.
old; all the children having a at DeLand.Mr. prize,
A delightful I ball was given In the Junes Andrew s secured the gentlemen's,
sent and a poke of candy on the
Carpenter and visited the the booby prize failing to Mr. E. J. For
ode it very Interesting for the party opera house, Xew Year's night. Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples
coast on Saturday. From here they .Shattmk, he thereby being the brunt ,
lies.5t. went to Lake Worth, and hope to returnto The First Methodist church Is being for a considerable amount of jesting,
Coronado January 1st. They were handsomely refitted and lepaijcd. which he took In his. genial, good:,-
pleased with tiuud -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
the
Lucie River. very coast, especially way
Mr. R. A. Waters, of the Bicycle Hospital
as terior.it was warmer here than in the In- has gone to Chicago on a business Dealers In all\ kind of Raw Material: such an Snip. Potash, Kalnlt, (often
Indianola.We Sued Meal, Nitrate IIf Ivxln, etc, rtc.
If. B. Howard has been driving On Friday last, when the thermometer trip.The Hone ground and steamed In the factory In three different print.
freeze has done tremendousamount
filing In the river. registered 34 degrees at DeLand, it was of damage here, and a the aisle the AnxKAtr: A happy and ty* bend for 1'amplilct and 1'rUes.'

I are very plentiful In this river, only 44 at Coronado Beach; but during owners are very blue. grove prosperous New leal.Mr. .. -
liters are having a good time. the night the Frost King must have In- and )(r. Shnnpp and family, of
vaded the coast, as some of the vines In The Xoss Jollity\ company played to a
Pinksklll ;N. Y will\ the
ftnd Mrs W. D. Edwards have re- front of the hotel were killed. It is evident very fair house here Monday night, and occupy Dayton -
J. W. Y.
[ to their beautiful home at Wave- however, that It was nothing like gave universal satisfaction. cottage. Stelfox
cold it Mrs. J. R. Blot tinder the skilful ,
as as was in the Interior.On care
Rev. D. A. Blackburn, who has
spent ,
J, Olds has been having some the 28th there was a party of ten several weeks at the Palmetto house, returned of Dr. Schofield, Is rapidly recovering
timbers driven at his wharf on In- from the hotel who went In bathing In to Charleston on Friday. from severe Illness HARDWARE

vcr. the surf, and afterwards had lots of fun Madam Rumor there Is to bea The weather has been very cold for 4 4
(understand that there were several racing up and down the beach in their fashionable wedding says at the soon Palmetto the last few days. Ice formed In exposed I ,

family parties in this section on bathing suits. There were some snap house. The contracting parties are well places last Friday night.

mas Day, all of whom had a joviale shots be taken by a photographer that will known society people of Daytona.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Peekskill'! ;X. Eau Chain, FloJ:1d.a.
a source of great fun to those among Y. arrived Wednesday. have
the crowd. Niven, of Montclair, N. Y., who They Cook Stoves Oil and Wood Ilpnters .
Baldwin for the Tool
number taken the cottage Farming Poultry Vetting, Ammunition
are quite of fishermen has been the at the
spending holidays Tin and Galvanized Sheet Hand and Hound\ Iron Galvanized
The the winter. ,
hotel
at
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party on Christmas
il I along the shores of this river Palmetto house with his Tlllwue\
family, re Boat Material, \I boat good. and cast nets, Palntu, Linseed Oils, Hard
night was a very enjoyable one. After
1 report doing a very fair business turned New York on Friday. MIMI Elisabeth Beymen and Mr. A. E.
some good quartet singing by members Storm were married by Rev. R. X. An- Oil Finish, etc. Galvanized Kn i>"aok iSpiayers, $-1.(K).

of the Sharp family, Prof. Sharp, of De of Cocoa at 10 to and solicited
drews, on Saturday a m. Always pleased quote prices, correspondence
has been lot of
e quite a vegeghlpped Land, and "Clerk" Rob-each with a
The to reach catarrh Is ) after the weeding breakfast
this season from St. Lucle flute-and Mrs. W. A. at the way through Immediately . .
Sharp -- - -
left their bridal for Orlando
the blood. Hood's barsaparllla, by purifying they on trip
and had it not been for the freeze
piano, gave a selection that was well
blood and other
the removes the cause of places.
ild have shipped a deal more. rendered. Dancing then began, and
the disease, and permanently cures The fancy-dress ball at the club-house Florida Fruit
with occasional
eland Sunday School gave alas songs In between, was catarrh. Take onlyllood'l.llood'i Exchange.
Christmas night was well attendedand
tree that will long be remem- kept up until 10.30: when refreshments on
around here, seeing it -Is the first were served and dancing resumed. The quite a brilliant affair. About fifty
guests who came in from New Pills act easily, yet promptlyand couples participated In the grand march,
The carriages ..... ..
energetic way everything was An Ineoge.raten Hnin AMorUtlon of Ormim Dr n for marketing' riiiruU Frail to the licit
ted by Supt. Young, and the ass Smyrna left at 1130: all seemingly effectively, on the liver\ and bowels. which was' led by Miss Martin and Mr. J. -*lp. .h.ntaareAt'TIlOItIZMt t Al'ITAI., *:..i, so kindly given by the ladles, pleased with the evening's amusement. 25o. T. !banders. IX MATERIAL-The Exchange !I. fully vroiurail to supply I"'... net |>sr on order.
Writ f.r price ll.t unit terms.
Those staying at the hotel kept It up
serve special note and praise. A -I OtHCKIW iOKO. -
pains was taken by the ladles to until midnight. K FAinilANKH, I're.lilcnt.: I). (JKFKM.FAK, fleepresident.AI.I'ERTM.IVEstt.n'IMgr.andTreas | .
Cf. ITl'KN :K, B reUrjr.IHKHTOKH .
1 the Christmas tree a credit tend A World's Tribute.America - which It certainly was. After Gallie. ITstl. HIIUlNiraemintjPi I John .hy.n, Inki county lly <'rut hr, (Hjic county i l>. Jiwilnf,
t'gents had been distributed, cake Eau J. II.VlMMl, MIy.l county| A.. Hrm.ly. Stressed county j F. (I. 8iii|..on, (', V. Hlllver. M.rlo.
county! John M llry nOMnulcounty HUnlon, Putnam county M. B. Mureuisa, 81,
flee were plentifully dispensed by John county| (:. F. A, Hlelliy.; Volimln J.'I Irving h Idles.\ There wa' a large attend- all r"rnmiH>nil"ni!. to the HorliU' Mu. l:.oh.ii((", J.<.kwmville, Us. fttcnclU,
>nd all were well pleased. The river was full of frozen fish last with full Bucking and tliliing| | In.uuctlo", furnl.hon on si|>lluttl n. Uc7iu rt
Saturday morning.

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Juno. Capt. W. B. Watson, of the East Coast
Line was In town Monday.

Dr. reached home from Jacksonville RAY & DAY
Lansing
| Hitching spent last Saturday at last Friday, and has been con *

fined to his bed ever since, but Is stead

aln Dye was up from Lake Worth'ht Improving. $

( last week. Little Celia, the four-year-old daughterof FLORIDA.
IIr Metcalf force of printers took Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Converse, of TITUSYILLE
Bahla, who has been ill with fever several _
ay in sight-seeing on Christmas days past, died Tuesday afternoon, 'c'C .
the fever having gone to the brain. \J.

Temple and Mr. Bobo Dean were Rev. W. C. Barnes will administer holy % ,;

he lake on a pleasure trip one day communion at the Episcopal service next i # "tJ, Triumph b b1A Hardware
'ck Sunday morning at 10.30: o'clock, at the .
.
Casino. Communicants of otherdenomi- 4' 4i
franklin Horton has changed his nations will be welcomed. 'U, ..a.t ,

rs from the Lake View hotel toP Sheriff Bowman, Mr. Joseph Rogers t 1 <
Cain's. and Mr. Howell Titus came down Mon- c 3
afternoon and spent New Years C-c.TTLE:
Uighsmith and It. J. Chilling- day day shooting ,same in the prairie backof f J cv -

spent a day down at West Palm town. The sheriff brought his two

one day last week. tine dogs along. 11J AGENTS FOR Baumgard & Bick's Celebrated Reliance

body got around their oil-stoves The Misses Jeannette and Annie Pad-
the severe cold weather here the dison, of Titusvllle, vUited their brother, s I Cutlery, Richardson Saws and Tools ; Joe Dawson Hammock
last week, accom-
Paddinon
,art of last week Mr. G. F. ,

|G. H. Broome spent Christmas at panied Boston,by and Mill Mr. II.Josephine J. Anthony Kimball,of Titus, of .. Hoes ; White Mountain Co/s White Mountain Cream Freezers

'fe Saving station and attended -
ville.Mr.
wid ball given by the station boys J. W. Powell, of Woody, Illinois I :
arrived last week with his family, and ., :tI.' .:
F.
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iteamer Lake Worth took a partyut they have settled down in town with .. .., !" f C.E. F. CLARK
sixty tourists down to West the intention of making it their future ,
Beach from Juno one night retrain home. Mr. Powell Is Interested in pine- .,. H. ,
apple culture on the peninsular, opposite r
Eau Gallic. Jacksonville.FURNITURE
on the J. & L. W. R'y mates J. : .
The steamer St. Lucie bursted three Leads the Nations in
trips to Juno now, owing to the northboundtrip
of her steam valves on her
'cd! travel on the Indian River her
last Sunday. She stopped at
1'1. wharf here until the damage was repaired the March of Progress.Among and CARPETS.

(liailes Pierce of Lantana passed giving her passengers an opportunity
and look
to come ashore over our
'b Juno en route for his home at town. Miss O. F. Ljnn, of Tropic, was the wonders of the World's Columbian Fair the -
la Charles wu in TitusvilVe the among the passengers. Wholesale and Retail. ---.;.. ::: -=---

I J taut week on business connected Captain English while bringing the grandest was the exhibit of American products. The Ex.

lit> steamers which are to be run steamer Ibis from Lake Worth to ;Sew We have made special effort Ibis Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for the
hibition in this lesson of the grandeurand
.lake this winter. Smyrna on Tuesday last, met with a was, respect, an object
accident. that which happenedto East Count Buyers.
''in.t mas evening about 5 o'clock similar the St. Lucie, three of her steam valves glory of the Republic. Among the exhibits from the

'III Caving crew began receivingmat blowing out. After her repairing Wednesday damage, United States no article of its class stood so high as OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
and getting all In readiness she proceeded on way

l> grand ball at the station that morning. BT ty Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return mait

After the usual formalities were Jack Frost came to town last Friday Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder.The .
.'t'',ugh with night, and made sad havoo among the Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
everybody embledI
I Ite:: boat room, which had been our many town.pretty He flower even gardeds visited throughout Tropic, a Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at __ u __ -r

IP nd decorated for the occasion he wa supposed to have BO
dl business at all, and destroyed the entire Washington, backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition,
partook of most bountiful
a
". and Dancing commenced at eight marketing.bean crop, which Seed beans was: about were at ready a premium for- i found it strongest in leavening power, peerless in its purity Lots in West Palm Beach !

soon all were tripping the Monday morning. and beyond comparison in uniform excellence

"wtMtio music.to The the harmonious festivities strains lasted moving Judging In from Paddison's the busy yard way, there lumber must Is Agent for the Lands in Dade County of ""x-

..; Jut midnight, when all sought be considerable building going on somewhere Received Highest AwardAt

:. 'iective homes, having spent a along the East toast. Work was Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co.

'|.lot-llsl:! tf ul evening. Thanks to the commenced new building Wednesday close to the morning J., bt. A.on* L a the World's Fair. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
> of the I
station boys and Cap' R. railroad station, to be occupied by

'olio..... flemlton The music, Allen was, Joyner famished and office.Mr. John Repairs Asplnwall art being, as a mad real on estate Mr.Asplnwall's The award is a matter of official record. Lake Worth Land Trust # New Riwr Land Trust.

.::1"DI' Broadwell and wife enter- paratory tolls house occupancy across thy by creek the family pre- Nothing: could settle so decisively the Immeasureable Worth :IFroportlGs.:: I i

.-.uekU for half an hour with .hkh will arrive very soon.yg superiority of Dr. Price's over all other powders as the Lab Worth .*.... f.r .b. Wvnpuoi LaMlun Glob l......... (..

v at* music comic, and selection Mr. Johnson, which JOB rWXTI> at tWt C>.... great honor bestowed at Chicago. _,. Notary PubHc ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm BMof\. f'IIa.







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ti INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 4, 1895.
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I j"IICI: TO OUR HEADERS. ALEX REAR. ?. .rtty
.
Notice.In fl'
armed with rods and transformed into I I

r I, college birchen. No doubt some senti Judicial The AW.OCATK will present to all its NEAR & TAYLOr

mentalists will protest against the birch Circuit Court of the Seventh (Successor to Join.1 ":
Brersrd who call for same -'te':
Circuit of Florida, In and for readers _
: as a humiliation to the dignity of the

r ,\ university "man." When however, a County : "Song of Indian River," with music.' Artesian Well CeatrlcIrsoret ;.

i man Is not a man, but schoolboy, com Jacksonville Indian )River Railway Aneo.tlne Co.,&: Postage one cent each. EAU

: I mon sense suggests that he should be '-II. j} Hints on Pineapple Culture a 16- CALLiE FLT
treated as a schoolboy.-London Truth. M. B. iMHitel
each.
ABOUT THE WEASEL TO M B. Ifcnlel' and all other persons lnt"ie.t page pamphlet. Postage one cent TITUSYILLE BAKERll
d In or claim, upon tne* t* of. "Summer and Winter Homes In FlorIda (
A OrMwfol LltlU (;,...t...., Full of sap GEMS OF THOUGHT.A southeast .uaartet of action) 17, anti northeast illustrations.
20
northeast quarter of peril's with 20 small .
a
seer, RhrewdaM* Md (;".11,. quarter township 34,south range 40 east, In BrevarJ J JI map c. F. FISCHER Prop
man's conduct is an unspoken ser t Fla. Postage one cent eath.
The weasel one of the prettiest and county,

most graceful creatures that can be mon.The Yor:.are circuit hereby court notified of the to State b. of"Fr.fr\r\ In "Game Haunts of Florida's East Cakes, Pies A Confectionery 1 S

imagined. It lire la all cool countries gulden age is not behind but before llreyaro aunty, at th. clerk oftic. In Titnyvllle Coast," a pamphlet of 10 pages. Post- All order In our line pronjJ

and makes lu home in hollow tree, In ns. upon th. first Monday la arln'\ age one cent.Pamphlets.
Ise to show what interest you attended to.
stone heap or in any convenient hole A happy fireside is better than a big ai-Tv.described land and to show why a port of and maps of the'East: Coastof
when it can find belter. bank account. it described In s petition filed by the cornplain
otrlc. In TitusvilLonthe Florida.
canMln the clerk
In thin -
ant FORWIHES
It i* no larger thai a good sized rat, Pith day of November. A D 1514, to'rtiose seek- ---
Of all combats the sorest is to conquer Give lots of Information
but ban longer log It has a long, lithe, bould not b. taken for th. railroad.complainant
[ ourselves. a*a riKht-of.wa for Its ( or eLM be lag homes In Florida. and SP
slender body, long neck and dainty 11$ forever baITed In that behalf.
tie bead, with small, smooth, sleek hair The honest man never stops to inquire Ordered at the clerk offlc at TltniTtlle tills Send stamps to pay posing

of a brown color on iu back and white if honesty pays. Mil day of November,A 1> 1IIt. All tbe above are free.

below. It ha long whiskers on iU none Though them hast never so many counselors Tired Weak Nervous A. A. STEWART, *# BEE11S, to J

and a very short talL Its weapon are yet do not forsake the counsel of Bobbins *: Graham Clerk Circuit CourtAttyfortomplt
I Seth nircnlt I InffrXVJD4 W H HARTLEY CIGARS:
iU strong claw and sharp teeth, whichIt by own soul Could Not I I Court I| Err

knows how to use ao well that many A man who, puts off his enjoymenttoo Sleep. OF THE FINEST QlALITl]
larger animals lire in constant terror of Watchmaker & Jeweler
long will find it mislaid by the time ..Notice.IB GO TO
it The weasel itself has very few ene he goes to get it Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston (
inlet Even the birds of Idaho, says: "I was all ran down, Lesley & Renal
powerful
prey, Modesty is to merit what shading is weak, nervous and irritable Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit POSTOFFICE BUILDING,

which are ever on the alert for rabbits to a figure in a picture. It makes it overwork I suffered from r 'lsuft.lgue : of Florida, In and for Brevard New Florida. Families Supplied

and other small game, rarely swoop land out in strong relief. mental depression etc. 1 be- County: Smyrna,
down on the weasel, for, although they -: :- r T Our Lmlgings and LWill
came so weak and nervous that I A
The wealth of is the number of Jacksonville, St. Augustine ::
a man
be Ready by Oct. 1. l
can easily carry it away in their strong could not I would tired Situate
sleep, arise Co.
talons, it often proves very troublesome things which he loves and blesses, which discouraged and blue. 1 began taking Indian River VS.Railway } Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty side Washlngten ave., between J.]
be Is loved and blessed by. Kt.W. depot and Ai>\oc'AT? bloctl
booty. A hunter once noticed a hawk, I Mary Elizabeth Jennings and 3- Mail Orders Promptly Attended
high in the air, which was flapping its No true work since the world beganwas i Dr. Miles' Nervineand Wm. S. Norwood.TO to. Give me a trial. Seventeen years

wings violently and apparently great ever wanted; no true life since the I now everything is changed. I Mary Elizabeth Jennings and WilLiam experience In the Elgin and Waltham ORLANDO NURSERI

trouble. Suddenly it darted and fell to world began has ever failed. sleep soundly I feel bright, active b. Norwood and all other persons watch factories. ,

the earth almost at the hunter's feet, It Is not so much the being exempt and ambitlpus. I can do more In one Interested In or having;claims upon the JAS. MOTT

where it lay gapping and dying, whilea from faults as the having overcome day now than I used to do In a week. west half of the southeast quarter of pro!

tiny weasel sprang from the heap of them that is an advantage to ns. For this great good I give Dr. Miles' section 33, township 32 south range 30 t = 0, L. ALEXANDER. *4 OltLANDO I-'LA.
Restorative Nervine the sole credit. Brevard county. Fla.
east
feathers and scampered away to hide itself ,
Man and wife are like a pair of scis-
: in the stone wall near by. On YOU are hereby notified to be and ap Orange Trees,
Ion so long as they are together, but I It Cures.
of
In the Circuit court of the State Lemon Trees
ciamiuicg the bird the hunter found pear
that its throat was torn to pieces by theweaeel'e they become daggers as soon as they are Dr Miles' Nerrlne Is sold on positive Florida for Brevard county, at the clerk's Corner Drug Store. Grape Fruit Tree
diirnnltod.-Popular Magazine.THE Entrant** that the flrst buttle will benefit. office In Tltusvllle upon the first Monday Smooth and Abakkj
teeth. The little : Cayenne ?
sharp creature All drtJllllrla..1I "aUI.( bottle for K. or ID A. D. 1805, to show what
although unable to from the It will be sent. receipt of price January Florida. apple Suckers.
,
escape FASHION PLATE. by the Dr Mlle Medical Co, Elkbart, lad. Interest you have In the above described Titusville, .
powerful grip of the hawk, had twisted land.and to show why a part of it described Pears, Peach and Persimmon '|
itself until it could reach the hawk's Entire costumes will this winter be
in a petition filed by the complainant Niagara Grape Vines.We .
throat, when it easily inflicted a deadly made of Persian lamb and other varie- In this cause In the clerk's officein Drags Medicines Etc
Scuttle, Wash.ls to have a labor tem ,
wound. ties of furBlack Tltosvllle on the 20th day of November
ple. 1894 should not be taken for Lead In a General Line of II taStocM
The defenseless hares and rabbits are A* D. ,
wine color and golden brown Of all Kinds
bitterly persecuted by the weasel, which velvets will be in great demand for fall Tarentum, Penn, has a co-operative the use of the complainant else as be a right-of-forever; # # # >
firings them and with wonderful way for Its railroad; or
upon glass shop.
instinct knows exactly where to fasten end winter millinery. barred in that behalf. Fine Stationery, Toilet Articles, Etc. Fruit I Lem'
its sharp teeth. The unfortunate hare Clover blossoms are particularly f ashonable Ordered at the clerk's office at Titus- Grape
lust now, and the new makes MeFlREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak N.eaThe ville, this 20th day of November A. D. ,
may scamper away asjant as it can, but

its poor enemy little animal clings lo mast its soon nock fall, and, faint the productions.are wonc\erfullmproTements on the old use of Iron In building Is dtaplac- 1804. A. A.Clerk STEWART of Circuit, Court.' THE J. S. JOHNSON CO. HART'S LATE ORAN[;

and dying, from Ions of blood. Black and white striped ribbons are fug bricklayers.

Rate and mice, squirrels, moles, frogs much used to make rosettes and bows Providence (R. I.) hackmen and ex- Robbins t Graham .. Manufacturers -
And birds of all kinds are hunted by the with upstanding ends, these being exeusively pressmen have a union. Attorneys for- uompi t. We are now booking
weasel and it may often be seen twist. employed to trim turbans and I Seal Circuit I InovJ3in4 l NETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc. for Fall and Winter Delivery. nth|

ing itself in and ont of stone heaps or French toques. The Paint of Rheumatism 1 I Court. j prices

walls in tho vicinity of barnyards, whereit The Cleopatra colon in bronze, tawny ... -' -): ALL KINDS (:-

watches for chickens, doves and other brown, golden tan, chestnut, Havana, According to the best authorities, orlg- :Notice.In Nets and Seines Made to Order Our Stock is of the Finest in
domestic fowls. a rich russet brown and all the deep mate In a morbid condition of the blood.

If taken very young, weasels may be fruit and nasturtium dyes will be in high Lactic acid, caused by the decomposition Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Plain and Fancy FUhlhg Tackle, especially Write for Prices antI Dcscriptie I

tamed, and a whole army of oats will vogue this autumn season. of the jtlatlnoiu and albuminous tissues, Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard for Florida Trade. W. W. IIAWKI & SOP
rruIateS with the blood and attacks
not free a house so quickly of rats and One of the new sleeves dress toilets ( County : for Fishermen's Supplies
on the fibrous tissues, particularly In the Depot GEORGETOWN, FLOP::|
mice as will one little weasel Pussy the "Florentine" model Jacksonville Bt Augustine &
is tight from and thus local
joints causes the manifestations I
Indian River Railway to, 121 South Street,
must sit patiently by the rat's hole and ho wrist! to several inches above the of the disease. The back and \"S. }

wait until the mischievous beast ventures Ibow. The upper part is a very deep, boulders are the parts usually affectedby R. B. Holme*,et.al. pr004-03 Baltimore. Md. HODGES & GODFManufaoturers !

forth, but where a rat can go the nil puff banded at the lower edge.A rheumatism; and the joints at the TO R. II. Holmes, A A. Taylor Interested and James In orhaving
Holme.and all other person
'weasel can follow. Weasels and ferretsare meet, ankles I Uips and wrists are almometitnes > claim upon two strips of land In the of
often kept on board of ships and arepotted I attacked. Thousands peo- south part of lot 5, Reotlon 2M. township 24, FRUIT VEGETABLESAND
NEVADA JOKE. have found ) Hood south range 36 east, Hrevard County Fla..
by the tailors, for a ship with aWl pie s> Sanaparllla.posltlye a ,
and for rheumatism. are hereby notified to be and appear In Llllnf
permanent cure
YOU Yellow PineBOt'GH
as passenger is free from rata Dow a Wag rUyrd It on no Innocent VI*. { circuit court of the State of Florida for
It has had remarkable -
There are many pretty stories told of Itlng B..r .u..... successn Irevard county, at the clerk office In Titus- -
curing the most severe cases The vine upon the drat Monday In January, A I)
tame weasels and of the affection they Nothing can be more interesting inn secret of Its success lies in the fact that what interest you han 10 the al1098 *, DRESSED,
monlfoMt toward those who fQr Wrilied land and to how why a part of It t PRODUCE *x
care ordinary way thai the fate of practial It attacks at once the cause of the disease described In a petition filed by the complainant Orange Ron Heads,
them. A lady who received a presentof jokers. (shooter and sportsmen genrally by neutralizing the lactic acid and In tile cause In the clerk office In Titu.vllle on Fruit air Vegetable
a very small and very young weasel ( will appreciate the latest from purifying the blood, as well as strength- tbe 31th day of November A 1> WU4, hould not TAKEN INExchange .
Iw taken for the n'e of the complainant a* a Lumber delivered at any part 'r Into
fed it with milk, which it drank from Eureka, Nev Dent on lauding game, a ming every function of the body. rlicht-of war for I lIe railroad; or else be forever on through bill of ladlnR Anyone v>-
her hand. The little creature became so visitor held forth in his hotel with regard barred In that behalf For Df building: on tbe bast G **t would
attached to iu mistress that whenever Ordered at the clerk office at TUiuville this write for price The Sawmill 1*.IIIJIIII'
..
; to his ability to bring quail to Not lee. f WSatsMnia .
20th day of November A l> 1*>*. J.,T & K W. RJ. S mile* south >
the called it would instantly appear earth. Among the audience wan a wag A. A STEWART, WHISKEYWANKLYN
from whatever corner in which it was who being himself desirous LI concerned take nix month Illghts,Pntiiiim
a sport was A after date hereof I 'J'I.ta:: :final account Robbins&: Graham Clerk Circuit Court
curled up and would climb all over her of testing the foreigner's ability as a u ailinlnlKtralrtx of the estate of Howard Att v* for Compl't. I Seal Circuit I
like a squirrel It never bit her and shot. W. Maine, with the Honorable Minor 8. June*, noT t-jan4 I I Court I I IJsotlce. SANDERS
would with her cat and often ( : of said county, and pray for my YD U. M.
play dog "We do not shoot quail, said he, final discharge from the ailminialmrix of laid

riding around on their backs, but it 'we bag them, and if you want to go ..ute. .

never injured them. Its curiosity out you may do so tonight and see better CEAUA: 8. MAINE, & CO. Dealer in

forded iU mistress much amusement. If fun than any gun can furnish." This Oct. 18,ll1W. AilmlnlHtratrix In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ,
...
she opened a box or trunk, Master Accordingly the sol disant gamester .tJlHH..6m Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard ,Jacksonville Fla. DRY GOODS 11IO

Weasel would raise himself on his hind journeyed out from a small hotel in County ,

legs and make an effort to peep inside. Nevada to see the extraordinary plan by Notice. Ja<'kann..llle,8t. Augustine & *)
This little is much hunted Indian River Railway (0., 1 Indian Fibre AND'
creature which quail could be "bagged" at night- \8 f River Palmetto

by man, and large numbers are caught time: The party walked two miles into .i'-, LL taw iers.ma 01 Nell having C lune. Ute claim of llrrvird acalnut county the e. J. A gexton J Choice Groccrif

in traps it being a general impression the hills and arranged a trap by laying lereaneii. are notified to preset them duly i TO J.A.Sexton, and all other person interested -} x Mattress Co HTittiHville -
south half of
elation the
authenticated to the undersigned to Minor in or having upon| -
that they do moro harm than good, but down 80 of candle in V or ,
pieces shape. southwest of section township 32,
H Jmitt, K"'| .attorney,at Tu..mtt.I'Ia.,with. quarter dao .
although a weasel may now and then Into this," they explained, "we drive :ID the time i'rex.rilied by law.or this notice will south range&east, in : t U. Florida.Our Hay Corn Mapes' Ferll
l*e|>l ail Ht in, bar of their I and all hereby notified to b. and In ,
carry off chicken from the farmyard it the quail, and one of us holds a sack at Indebted to saw estate recovery are; required person. to YOU are circuit court of the Slate of Florida appear for Mattresses are made from &-oz.

does much more good by freeing barns the end of the V, into which the quailrun. make Immediate |*)'uient to in. or laid attorney Brevard county at the clerk office la Titus- ticking tilled with clear palmetto fibre, FINE PATENT FLOUR.
and cornfields of mice and other small ." By a previous arrangement an villa,upon the first Monday in January, A 1IxOft > and fared with superfine fibre made from
Thi:lath day of November 1M'Ji.CHARLES. to how what Interest you have In the
destructive animals.-Troy Press.llMtrt commenced who the cabbage palm. This fibre ie made
argument was as to above deeirilied land and to bow why a part of Oooo/x FJ.or1COMPOUND
should have the honor of holding the C K>1'IR, It described In a petition filed by the coin Iain- by t Gieen's patented process, which
m\3o-8w Administrator. ant In this I uu.en the clerk office In Titus- makes
it and elastic.
tough curly It
of a Seventeenth Century Hero, sack and securing the birds while the yulednthe5th day of November, A 11 1HU4 '
The Gazette da Lausanne announces remainder did the hard work of boating should not be taken for the use of the complainant ; will not break up, mat down nor get OXY
Sheriffs Sale u a rll/ht-.f-wa for it* railroad; or el... be dusty, like moss or ezceUlor. The fibre
that In tho church at Aubonne the tomb them toward the
hap forever barred iu tbat behalf will not draw dampness and get mustynor
which according to the Latin inscription Whoa the point was apparently Ordered at the clerk office at Tltnirllle, this mildew; this being an advantage in

on the memorial stone contains the tIed, one of the party said; "No, this is U\IllER attachment and by and virtue execution of a certain Issued writ of of 20th day of November A 1> 11.A a damp and warm climate-always re- Restores strength. quiets thi I
out .
heart of the famous French naval commander I not fair. Mr. de is our guest, and the County Court for Krevard county. la a A. STEWART maining sweet and clean. The workmanship and expels disease. (
Abraham du Queuie, was formally as such is entitled to hold the sack." certain cane therein deluding, wherelcHodKei Robblna Graham Clerk Circuit Court Is guaranteed first-class In Proof, the most convincing II
A rey > free to all who suffe ._ Call and
opened In the presence of the authorities Generously enough, to the boasting Alteredefendautl hav. levied upon and will I I Court I every respectBriided *
and a small silver box was sportsman was given the honor of bolding soh to the highest and beat bidder for cash In seams, double-stitched and or write for further informaticsof

found in a cavity hollowed out of the i i a bag bound at the mouth to a hoop front Florida of, the court the Bnt noun Monday. door at la Tituivllle t el nury. : well tufted top and bottom. 200 pages sent free. (":

rock. The tax was opened and found to so as to catch the birds. All the others A 1) IMA, the: following prop. tbuhle Mattress,welghtB01l/ >*.f-ftto4,6, fUll) Home or office treatment
ert,of the defendant, to-wlt: Fifteen hundrediharee Single )Mattress 2,8, to a '............ 3.23 Mo.
contain a human heart incased in It>ad. left to boat up quail For three hours of the capital stock of the tloriui Co. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit BmtclU 81e iiuul to Order free.Drs.

A record of the discovery was drawn up the visitor faithfully held that sack, and mopohun Immigration AuoclatMin. a corporation of Florida, In and for Brevard Call on or address, Starker:& laU

by a notary, and the box was then re I when tho last caudle burned ont he under at White the U City i of, said Florida share., with being headuuarten fully. county: I. R. P. F. MATTBESS Co. 1529 Arch StreetFhiladeiptaUNIVERSITY

placed. pending iU removal to Dieppe, found himself in the midst of a lonely paid Jacksonville, St. AugustineIndian Box U2. Titusvllle, Fla.

the municipality of which town hail valley, which was full of deserted shafts JAMES E. BOWMAN, River Railway Co.< I IJfotiee.
desire have Bobbin& Orahain Sheriff Brevard Co Vt } The ADVOCATE Is one of the best advertising OF THE SiSCWANEE. ,
expressed a to the relic, Pn and other dangerous holes two miles
Att'ye for llaintlff ]an4febl.Notice. S. II. Harris. mediums on the East Coast.
Qnesne having boon born at the Norman I from any house and surrounded by a

seaport la 1010. The commander, who darkness which resembles a stack of TO S. II Harris and all other persons -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three TESUnder

died In 1688 was the hero of the defense black cata, When he arrived at this Interested in or having claims upon cents per week, postage Included, when the *

of Bordeaux against the English hotel and found that his oohnuters had northwest quarter of the southwest taken by the year. southern Dioceses Joint cont of th 1\'
quarter of section 3, township 32 south
And Spaniards 1650 He also won a been there enjoying the joke for hours, In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial range 39 east, Brevard county, Fla. -When you go to Jacksonville stop Episcopal Church. ..
.
brilliant victory over the famous Dutch he simply went to bed and wept He Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard at the Carleton hotel. Under Its Situated half-way bets .
YOU are hereby notified to be and present .
admiral, De Ruyter in 1676. Although sold his gun next morning and left for County : pear In the Circuit court of the State sp-of management you will be pleased and Chattanooga on the J'

known to history as Admiral du Queuie, California a state where be says Jarkminvllle.India Kiv.r rUiUajrlu.Aqgiwline, 1 Florida for Brevard county at the clerk'soffice Plateau, 2,150 feet above '> \
be never enjoyed the title officially, his "people would not do such a thing.Sate ." '-a- } In Tltusvllle, upon the first Monday -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine. I healthful and picturesque '
profession of the Protestant faith having Francisco Callflrallve John B.lTetbrook,et al. j in January A. D. 181.to show Jfo, one, *5; N'o. two, $10; No. three.fl I The work of the univer>'11 "

prevented his attaining flag rank. TO John R W..tbro..k.Jan *. WMtbronk.. andtines what Interest you have in the above described Tttusvllle, Fla.POSITIONS. e through the summer mon ->..
w. and .
W..tlln..k. all other | ron InWrested tl: ;-
la or having ..Ial.... up"n the north land and to show why a part of long vacation is given in
torch 11...... For Brit" I'.a........... Cold IteJh. ea'l quarter of lbs uort e>t quarter of seetlia it described In a petition filed by the The Lent Term B (ln* Mat tS fl
I People who have A, township I y.,south nag Jt eut, Bre complainant In this in the GUARANTEED The offers *
am glad to have received from an nervous prostration, yard county, ilk. cause clerk'soffice University
Oxford cordial headaches the blues or who In TitunvtUe on the 20th day of structlon in the following :-d
man a indorsement of dyspepsia, -\lot: are hereby notified In be and yIwo la seder r.uoubl. coudidom.I Our raga 55 *
my suggetttion for the use of the birch take cold easily, who are subject to irritability J. the Teed court of UM Hute of I forld* for November A. D. 1WM, should not betaken tatalogu.eta eaplai why we sea afford k pap which are all well equip' ;'
in the who lead lives Breverl -.th; :: at the l'lerks" oiBe in for tbe use of the complainant asa organized : ,
university on the persons of undergraduates sedentary TitucirUie, eat Monday In January,A. Draughon' Practical Business College t
given to "ragging" and who need their wiu about them all the IMW6t< sbow what Inural you have In the right-of-way for lu railroad; or else be ACADEMIC, TIIEOLO _*
similar follies. I learn from this I time, and who are not making the progress above dMcrihwl land, and to bw a hy a part of I forever barred in that behalf. NASHVILLE, TCNN. ( Writ lor uulof J I CAL LAW ENGINE .ifA
correspondent
it oXnrlbed In a pctitiua Slat by the complainant Book S ..
Ordered at the clerk's office at Titus.rifle I&.Dhtf' ertk wl, "'. .w. ac.T.I.. g'
that corporal punishment ws they dlllft.hould get addicted to In this emu** in the clxrk oftio in Titovllle *- Cp tpead mar nosey ia the Uureu ol special business court f
the cold bath habit on th* lash day of Noveuticr. A It taM_ I this 20th day of November A. D. halt : and is provided far
of the wise It is the Economy
one not Buumii.
institutions founded at only 1\r: taimUo.thaa "
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should not b.takea tot the use of the ..... 180*. Cousin u *
Oxford by Alfred the Ureat the Solo cleansing, but curative stimulating, ant u a righty for lu railroad; ... e.I'i&i.'j''j' A. A. STEWART w... t.....i.......1Ac ..,?! M 12 b1 weeks our. mabd by tae not Intending to study for > ,
mon of our royal line-and I am favorably encouraging and invigorating. It II forever barred la that behalf MpU*. II tuc GOO ........ paac, .r a. Sewanee Grammar School j rrfl .,
brain Ordered at U*clerk oak. at TUiuviU. this Clerk of Circuit Court. tad as' urns. CII.... Boeee. w. bass for this and for other t'JUffr'
impressed by the suggestion which brightening nerve soothing, blood 30th: day of November,A U III\*. Robbins Jt Graham, ..( books **(>Kullr a4apte4 to for business. For special: PWr-1;
my correspondent goes ou to walethat' quickening and the best treatment ever A. A. ITE11"A8T.RobblDl HOME STUDY. further Information sddita -'
Lbs college bnrkars taken for the complexion: aDd Attorneys for Compl't. Seat ** < J
having few or no digestion t Graba.erk Circuit Court 2. *r* BUI Writ*** ud expWs. S*
uefu functions, to perform should. e disposition.-New York World. Atfy for Cow|>l.'. Oeal Circuit 1 i ij i i Seal Circuit I eaacie'tour ... N. B We par, rub Las.11 sa LAWTON W1GI.d.".
( book-ksspsra YIc 'h8Men .rfc
aotl.Jse4 Hvur i aev-Jd-jan4 1 Court. I : r1 uacb.r. <
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATF. JANUARY 4. 1895. ,




Notice.- J UO'JL'liM'iS..---- --- :-- --- -
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of the Seventh Judicial 1 The Trunk
Court Tropical Line.

; .of Florida, In and for Brevard GRAND VIEW HOTEL I!r oleoly'teo .liotix.; f'l',:rr7 1-


lit.Railway Anftnstln Co.) ,Rvier } I Titusville, Florida. I '!tl1 mJ ,q 'irtwron Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

.
\8 now being thoroughly repaired and *..-
r.llumMr,et al. overhauled for the winter travel. Rates .... ;. .-: PoorHealth JOSEPH II. DUHKEK llecoivur.THK
P. flnmner and Jame. L. Kennedy. *2.00 to *2.50 per day. peclal rates by -;# : :- .
herpereonelntee te4In or hatinglot week or month WCSl FLORIDA KOI'TliritN HAM.MOAI> (
m 4, Motion a, township 3A.out6ant .1'1.. ... /I t'>'ON 4... INDIAN: KM HI: HTFAMIIOA1' ('II "'.\ ''II"f! IU It. CAHLt:, O.nf'rol1\lonAII.r.1 I It
Brevard F4. ,
county JNO. I*, Me CALL, Pioprletor JIIITKK ANn LAKE UOKTIt KAU. )
I hereby notlfled lie and appear In -- _
nit court of the Bute of Florida for Special Features! at ('ol''nado-O\I.[ --itrtTli-: :--'oll"hr--
i ont,. at the clerk offloe In Tltus- crate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation Vo. l\. ,-\,.. HA-.-\". ClK ----- I'.:rr....' Noy. 19, "' .. aas. '.: :Ti.-1x"-" : ti
the first Monday In January A O Siml imlly I l>allv I I .
: HOTEL 11&117 .
what Interest you have In the MELBOURNE I !good fishing, good Cooking. Write -- "
,1 Clued w l..n.l.I and to show why a part of for terms! M) p \ s't0s.I 7. .Iv.Alhatl. \II.U:.. .. .. .. rI71'1. '" ""i'II'I'r' i j .
I In a petition filed by the cnimlaln means so much more than 13.11' I'' 5045 .. ,. .. Ar.. .. 1I..nltl 11.rk.... I.\'I lI3a': 1IIIIn.: tlllpm:
: I Is H p S'Ia ..Ar llagnolsh.r I, ,. .I.e s41sw .
'And
clerk office In n
iseln the Tltiisk
MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. serious( and 11it i21\111'1 : ..9895 At :::.Irernlme ;sir r. i: :: : : i.r: Attam :: :
of A i) imagine [ 2topm h19pet
Jiith day Noremlwr 1(H, -
you ..,. .. .. .. .
f fur the use of the complain to 1Ia.p 1 1..1101" .. .. .. I.v "'a", I"'", w \
Ll lie t-nf taKen,way for IM railroad( or else be Open all the year round Good 1 tlsh- I Pr'DAYTONA {Jouse # fatal diseases result from 1141- : :InM n 7a: :: :::: AArt. : 1.n ttrrille.. .I :' 34.5 :ua:1 4ItTpto
In that behalf log, Iflmting and Hues Ilua 307I' .Ar :: .::. :::::. :. : S13am :::( Ia9pm: :
fred Yachting! ., .. .. . .. .
trifling ailments awau a 4etp II 42a: Ar. le'Ltrru .rlnlta.' I.rl I :asm I1l13a", 1la.'I'W:
kt the clerk office at Titnsvllle this $M: .50 and upwards. neglected. 4Mp UIM: |. Ar.\I..r..r.I., .. I.v, 316sut II .M5mu II
52stq
[ November, ALMS:*. I'ropiletreM M R'I. I. M. n A IIJ ; Don't with Nature's 4 hip 1PI' .. . .. .. '' .
A. A. STEWART, n.OIUDA.COMFORTABLE play ,: .: : : simp: :: Hits j :.,. I.v I. .h'l.and .I Ar :::. :::: i itasm: ; : :,

| Graham, Clerk Circuit CourtrotCbmpl't. + + and HOME.LIKE. greatest gift-health. 4era aias 4MpHI p IiMt.12lJp .. .. .8C At ....IrsngecityJnnctlon..I. Sanlor.l. .. :: :.:: ::! 285n.Itrelan Is'5Ul': : IC 411.m, IU3I

I Seal Circuit I The Park : ... ... ... .. .. . . .. *
I Court I I Cottage Situated on the Nest II yes sr*fetus 1 tIl121. Ar. "' .r.rl. .. .." .. .. .
hank of the out ol ton, at At ..... { .. ... .. Ixi. aRTeamAi [
we. !
Halifax River, In beautiful grove of and generertty.* : : : :':-J: 7flop >::. :: \ 31 ira --T" :v : :Ir: : : :
Notice.it WEST FARM I5F.\CH, LAO palmetto trees; one mile from the At. Brown'sIron k.+. ., t K p40Np .. Ar Iyl.. ::::

HOWES, 1'1I01'1IIETOR. antic and within ea distanceof I and have cant no appetite wotk, . .1114tp -- Ar. :--lInth..l.ntl..I.: : -. II4osn, a
:: paces
[i Court of the Seventh Judicial A the churches and of amusement begin it onreiak.Ina : .: :::. snip 5151l2a1s: : tltPS t.:1 .. .. .UalnenJlle.... .. I Ar.l:::. : : :. :''/'losSenII9I.m I : :
Located on the Lake Front railroad gootllh't'ry stable Is attached to the the"'OIIt rella . .. .. . . .. .. 123'ntISulm
of Florida, la and for Drevard near isle trenrlhenlnK flu"I' 1"1' Ar r.1. .. ... .. .v .. . .. '''al..alln
house, from whicl order I : .. ... .. ... .. .. .. ..
depot and ferry hndings First- guests can medicine.which I. 741p t 3 M panp Ar. .1.reeburg. .. i.r.... .. .. .1 aamsrnthtAiatu

Tie i St. Augustine &: "I class in all Its Pl'olntmentll.HOTEL teams]U..ttestl at a moment; : to *::1 notice Iwr day, <12 to $13 Brown*. A few iron bottles kilter . : :: t I9t1p: :: deal; It ho :p: Ar.Ar. : :::.. :::::.Jeutl'rl.tn.Rr.oknrilte.:::::::: :. tar I.r1.: :::. :: :: :: I H4 dlresnl,uIP5taht: taaAsnl

litter Railway Co., 1 per week M. llo.ul.Rooms core..benefit t Ifl-a el3i -- ,""': . . "lIrl."I" ... .. .. .. I11SApu1 914 .iu. .. .,.,
\1 r comet fromoeIM Sofia S4Kp 2"11' Ar .. .. .. .1\1.,"n"' ''''", ,, ,, t.vl lltwpw/ 41am.. .. ....
l'allluler, et al. Jlaiimlerson I Bitters very A3Cs I Te2p/ 337p Ar .......\lart..wJIII..tlnn..... ., I.v IU"'lI': TlI6a" ... .. ....
and the $ew Haven Open Nov. 5th 5V, 73c and *1.00 per person w.'f llim ffmrttrtk 129n. 1"1' 1/1'1': ____ Ar ...:. .. ::.:.--r.: 'T." . .::_:: ..I.v !o., I' III emsm':! '.. .. .. .. ..
company, and all other |lemons Infin Open all the Uest I end It aplcaunl . ... trooa H2O' pt Lr.. .. . .. "liartnw . . Arl4tIlII'lIIm'I' ''' ... .
or having claims upon the south to May 1st. year Day, Corner la like. . tlitmm17041' .. .. .. .. .. .' .. .. .. .. l.vtI1lfl1.'t"4IIalll .. ....
jnrterof the northeast quarter of sec- Cedar Street.Jncklaonville 40'1110"' Ar" .I''n'"nr.I' .. I.rtl "'nn.telns m!, .
[township :29, South range JO east, In i -
county, 11 la Florida. It Cures ally eictt| Pnnday. | Hunilav onty.Tnhu7.1and32carve .

re hereby unfilled to be ant appear In ; thmuith fiillmiin bnflcttcrpen) daily lrl.rrn :Sew, fork end I lort
Ircuit court of the State of Florida for ,..THE TRAVELERS.... Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Tamps| connmtlnir. at 1i,rt Tain).a on M tndttv*. lhur '1ars sod Hnlunlnv lor Kry \\rst aid
Kjr 1 county, at the clerk. office In Troubles Havana ", .I1Aal.n..arr71hr"IIjIII'Ullm", lullet tlMiIng rice lelwrrn New lock
upon) the first Monday In January EUROPEAN Neuralgia, an.I Fort Tain)'a. ,
to show what Interest you have In the _\ Constipation, Bad Blood
i,rllwd land and to how why a part of Only 5 minutes walk from all railroad .
'din a petition tiled by the ceimlaln Malaria, Nervous ailments
: depots and steamboat
cause In the clerk. office In Tltus- 4 landings; and all Women's
j)0 20th day: of November, A D 1894 street cars pass the hotel. complaints.
bt lie taken for the use of the compUInLhtof : Hcstaurant Gel only the genuine ha craned red
> .way for lu railroad; or else be per day.C. first-dass In all its ap llnea on the wr.pper.| All other are lub
rred In that behalf pointments. atltute: On receipt of two n..l.mps we
Jl. Tt'NOTZ will send; set of Ten Beautiful World'
1, at the clerk'. office at. Tltusvllle, this dfaneaer. All Ut'g'111ar'ul14 3.. cents. Fair views and book-Ire*. r.ey
f f November A 1J 111\"
These rates! under present Manager BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO. ,.
{& Graham, A A.Clerk STEWART Circuit, Court Hotel Ponce de Leon will open Jan. 16, '95 have been established and sustained by .w

for Cotni 11. I Seal Circuit I the liberal patronage of the State and '
I I Tourist INDIAN III\ FK 8TKAMCK8; arelggolntedtoawrft'rmlhefcllnwingrole.( t ;
4 I Court | patrons. The height of Using Dull.d
I..... Tltusvllle T im a m. Mondnvii H eilnes.lays and frld"vi for 1t'kl.llte. hell'onrne in.t
Notice. CARLETON D. C ANDRESS, Proprietor. due way Tltusvllle"n.limits. a{p teturningleav.Melfonrneatt, m. .(M a. III.. Tueulrys, ThunilH}* and PulurUt|

Ixtave Tltusvllle I for Jupiter M m lap \\ npsdnvsand trlda I >. at Dp. m due Jn| I lt r 4p. m
Jacksonville Florida. ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. fn1lo lnirdi y:connen log with:.1. .t I. v K.y for I'alni llvai and other III' take Worth:
:uit Court of the Seventh Judicial Returning, leave Juj,Iter Tuesdays, Thnnday.and Saturdays t p. mt( due Titusville 3 p. m fol
lowing dsy
tit of Florida in and for Bievard

ty : Cor Bay A; Market Bti., Opposite Voetofflce w, n. rorriv.Gen W.: ii IIFNIIAMtii A w in IK,
COLUMBIA HOTEL RutJT. AK. W. n',. |'t. Morlila Honthrrn R'y. Hint: In.:I. River; 1I11t. ('0. ,
tile St AugustineHirer &: } ) (t. l>. ACKKULlenoral!: Passenger Agent, Jaiksi,tile, )'la. '
Railway Co., ------ ---
VS } Under New Management. *
P t. feck Centrally Located on St. George

I'.k. and all other Interested Jacksonville
persons i refitted Street.
aringclaims upon lot :and 3, section Thoroughly renovated, and newly
whip :2fi, south range 36 east, Brerard Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park
I and elegantly furnished. All I i

iliai hereby notlfled to be and appear In -:] Modern Improvements [:.--- and a full view of the Ocean and St. Augustine
> Circuit court of the State of Florida for -I
yard county, at the Clerk office Ine -, rolling breakers from the piazzas.
Miss Beacon Ii that Mr. Jowler intoreeting
the first In 1 '
upon Monday January,
to show what Interest you have in the Coolest and Finest LocationIn ? & Indian RiverRailway.
Ascribed land and to show why a part orbed Jacksonville. Miss Lakeside No he sits the
; on
I In petition filed by the complain W M TEAHEN
hi*cause In the clerks office in Titus- Proprietor, far end of the sofa and talks.-Life.
the 2Uth of November, A
day D 1HM,
art be taken for the use of the complain'ghtof TERMS.:-$2.50 to $3.60 per day. .

: .way for Its railroad; or elM be Gas Electric Bells and A Favorable alp ou i Tim. Table In Effect Nov. ISth, IMO4.
rates Commercial
arced In that behalf.d Special to Men. perfect system He was snob a reputable looking man

f of at November the clerk, A office D 10114.at Tituivllle, this CRAPO& LeVENE, of Sanitary Sewerage.Indianola that when he came into the bnsiiiess The All Rail Line to Lake Worth.

A. A. STEWART man's office on Jefferson avenue he excited : -
Proprietors.fORMOHDHHESEA South Bound. North Bound.
I & Graham, Clerk Circuit CourtS no tiuploion whatever.

S for Compl't. Seal Circuit I # House # "I beg your pardon" he said to the No.V) u N"M No. Nu. Nu. No.
{ i J II. _._T3 71: 24.I TO.
Court
head
of the house "but I have been -
x HOTEL x COQUINA I.v JacksonvilleArttt .,. .IS4ta" .r, .- tll pp) Iv W Pamhearb -Tii .,
reading an article on the ft.nanclallitu- AugustineIvfft 121t.m . 11:JU p 24am . .. .. .....

Fort Pierce. Location at ion, and I want some" additional information Lv Haitlnin. Auirustlne. .... .: I'/M 1440( p p : : : : ; :: ::: :: : : :.:.: .: .. ., .,, ,, ,
Healthy on East Bank of from .
you. ArKast lalatkaArHan ,. .


|ilonday R. B. .IloVe, of Jensen, was I in FLORIDA. +' REACIIED Indian BY River STEAMBOAT, Florida.FROM a with reporter'for"What an is idea this Is It that?some The" inquired article his financial visitor the states journal"It merchant might thai be a, Ar I.l'.latks CrFsiTl'slatka"Arorinoncl. Han ilki MatMtLv Matco.. _. :I! | .: ';.;:. '. I LvRIviera..7 1 1 8f! :! .111 m mu.us...i"H. .:::[:,i:::



-'- healthy demand for money is a favorable m ,
Day and her son arrived from TITUSVILLE AND COCOA. Ar 194ytona., . . In ,.. ...
)rum last Sunday. Her is sign. Is that correct in this city a* Ar lnrtoranm. .. .... :amp\ .. .. .. Lv MHlHiiirneIvHamo .... 1104 a.., . .. .. ...
son OPEN DEC 1st well as In the eastern cities?" ArNewntvrna. .. slap .. .. II II ml.
ously ill, and we trust he may In fact" and ArOak11111: : ::: ::: aat.p: I:v Rau(1.111eIIIi? : mu.: : : : : : : : ::::::.:
Honse New and Comfortable "Quite so. the mcr ArTltiiavllleLv .... .. 400 p 1..ltn"kl.dtr..lIl1Oa... .. . ..........
[ speedy recovery chant was about to go off in a disaertatiou TltusvllleArClty .. .. .. ..?.. 4:111(1: IvdmiaLvClty ..... .. .. Ilia pm. ... .... ...... ....

blocks and family left for Tampa SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are All Rooms Face the River. on a subject he considers himself I Ar('.e.s feint.....: ::::..: :.:: 4Allp loop: | : I lolntArTltusvlll....::::: U 1140 10 p p in in : : : :: :: :: :;;;;;::::

master of when the visitor interposed. A r Rot.k.led.ire. .. .. .....BlAp .. ... I.vTltusvi11e..I m p in .. . ..........
ursday We were sorry to see Specialties at Ormond. "Excuse me he said "one Ar.&ullal1le.: { ... .... ,. 64/1/ p .'' '' '.' I.v Oak 14116I SI p m ..... .. ..........
to and trust shall Pure, Soft Water more A r Harnn .... 64H I' .. .. ... .... I.v New HinyrnaLv ... imp\ in.... . ..........
we soon have question. I'm in good health and bun ArMeil..rne.. .. .. . .11/141'/ ... .. .. ortllran"e.| .. 11I1.m..... ...... ....
pclc on this rJTFor Circulars, address, Terms:-$8.00 week. For Ar H l astlanAr ( Ott I.V Daytona, a 111 .
coast monthlyrates u
per Could let p >
gry yon me have a quarterto Ht I.iiHaArFortllerc.: :: :::: .:.::: Tatp : : : :::: :: :: Irltrmond.::.:::: ass P p m : ::. :: : ::::::::::
get a meal with?" and the merchantwas ., ... .... .. ... .. .. .
T. Bevlll address ran P .. Ar Fast lalatkaArHan ... 4U5/ pm. .. ...
1'10. and
n. Pendleton ar- SEISER & YINING Ar AnkonaArrden ..... .... / .. .. ...
Managers
taken T/I4I'
that ho .
so by surprise jump. '' Mateo Tin P ,.....,,
n i a team from Avon Park, Sunday 1 G. W. SCHUYLER, ...... .... .. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. LvlIsaalseo.I10.mu. : in
ed op and fired his visitor without a A r Jensen, .. .
spend Christmas at home. Their ORMOND- THE SEA. Indianola, Fla. word of apology.-Detroit Free Frees A r Stuart .. : ... AT I :: 4 31mprim :: .. .. ,
ArAlldaArUome L ; : : : >. I v I;alatka a41 :>
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for
Avon Park are great. -- -- ------ --- *. ... :: .5atp. LrFistisimltks.. pm..
DUg-nto. Ar llolie Hound .. .. ..., ... .. .. l.y'.UnIC..20. p m .. ..........
londay night there was a Christ. The doomed shuddered Ar W. Juplt .. ..... ... ? Ar lit. AUICu tlntl. 4 /M p ni . .. .....
see In the Methodist church It man as they ArIUvl.ra.... ....... .. : ., , IvHt. Augustln.. 1110..01.\ .. ... ... TOOam
adjusted the noosa Al W f.hu ll.a< h .. .. ArJarksonyllb. .. 615 pm" .. 810 a...
Ihden with presents for young and "My family, be faltered, "is one of

'here were some very pretty reel- the oldest and most recpected. Do not CONNECTIONS Via. A. A: W. BHANC1I.

by the little ones, and everybody HOTEL -- tell them"-
IIIJUTIlIOUNO. NORTH IIOL II.
cd a present Among the peoplet tits head sank upon his breast. -- -
-That at the very lant"- STATION. No. SJNo. I HTAT10N8LvTamia No. No 4L"
were a number from Ten Mile i
and Tears rained from his eyes. New Hniyma. >'"Ti'la' :-:-:-:. .... .. .. ... .. ... .... ..
Fort Drum. -:" "I wore a cravat I didn't tie I.V Uk llrlenLv .lftVIIOIIla. .. . Orlamlo .. ... ..T .... .. .,. ...
my Clnnjl'. ('Ity.... ... 4lip: 10 S7a Wlnterlrk, ... .. : ..... ......
|>l I. after a few days' illness, Mr. R.lie self." I Ar0ranae'ItyJulm.! .. 4 3011''10 V*. .. .. llanf.ord....... .. .. ......

It I Is with great regret we Royal PoincianaNOW An instant later he swung into eter .. Hanford 1t.l.snd.a.: :. :. : S I0i'|Mew letg) ..v Orang.Cltyjutw.III11/1M1p IwUndI ; 44rp liiit:. ........ ..

Jilt) this painful Incident which nity.-Detroit Tribune. .. Winter lark e nips 2'm, Ar Orange: ('tty.. HOt.. 4&.11. .. .... .
ItrlandoT .... .... Slap a nil 1 .. .. A r Lake Helen. .... 11:11.: aIn .... ..
ined Christmas evening. The de Jllldly Ifulnoatlnf.He .. ma .. .. .. alip a41p. .. .... Ar m1rn.U06a S45p .. ..... .

ll I leaves three children and his said to the man who occupied two

, all unprovided for. The afflicted OPEN. seats in the railroad car: Train II, T3. TII and 71 ran dally tietween Jai.kiontlll. and 8t Anguitlo
Train south of Ht. AuitUBtUii run dally I .
I MrMtHnnday
"Are butcher?
ate .
a .
our heartfelt sympathies in you Train 23 and Iwtwtwn Jai and N est I aim Reach and trains 34 and Boo betweenJarksonvllki 1
'reat bereavement "No, I'm not," snapped the man. and Ht Augustine will be priest. m service la January.
"Do I look like a butcher This Thn.Tsble she.* the times al hkli train may IweipMUdtoarrl I*. and del-art from
ACCOMMODATION: : One Thousand. the rrersl.tetktus, hut their.rdvsi'me I departure at the tlnw itated I* guaranlMHT, nor do*.
l ICS. "Well no, but I'll bet you know the tuui; |.any hold Itself repon..lbl. .. fur any delay vr any conMiquenre arising therefunnJOSKfll .
OMUCHT tea for D.peplla. how to drew a hog. "Hamilton (Out.) ItlCHAHUftOI.Clen ,

Palm Beach, Florida. News '1 I'KMMBcer Affenl.

f riTKIl Jo.t the Other "' -- -
ISLAND IIOTEL.n .7.
Husband-My dear, I am afraid I FAST zX vW.: .

Indian Riser and Co can't get that new bonnet you wanted. VIA

Wife (suspiciously. )-Have been
I you
association\ an English syndl- -
--- playing poker with that Mr. ChippedHnabaudNo

,ected with Greeley Rollins; D. B MA TIIESOY. ; he has boon playing Southern Railway Company

't 'I 1 this city Intend putting up a with me.-Detroit Free Pr IIL

1 ipiter' Island, across from the INDIAN RIVER MOTEL/,

'a here the Flagler railroad A Tonne Y..u_ Western System.

I he Indian River, below the Ernie's Mother (to Ernie, who has

The TITUSVILLE been a little impudent to his father)-
river I is about
'. a quarter But don't you know that your father i* Leave JackStnrllle. . 7Xp.m. 7;(k) a. m.

wide at that point, and the as- Indian the mainstay of the family? Arrive Macon. . . 1:1i a. m. 4.10 p. PI.
Rivor.
will establish a steam ferry Ernie-Yes; Just bet he is, andthe Arrive Atlanta. .. . 7M a. m. 7:00 p. m.
I : -111 be a comfortMe one, to Fla. too.you Truth. Arrive Chattanllojta. . . lO! p. m. 4:13: a. m.
'bas'": spanker Leave Chattanooga.. . .. . 7O! p. m. 7:00: a. m.
123,000 and aoeommoda00
with Arrive .. . 7O!
: f .. CluelnnaU. 70; a. m. p. m.
!" = La .....bl..war..
or 123 pen.> ..-Fla Cltl- D. D. MATUEbOK, Arrive Chlcago . . . 6:30 p. m. 6:4. a. m.

PKOPJUETOB.: "She is a great favorite with themala Arrive Cleveland .. .. Silo p. m. 8:15: a. m.

. tel meatloned above will not be sex.r."Why." Arrive Toledo . 4:00: p. m. 7:2 a. m.

I :, Indian River but .1 i j w slim Lea,. Chattinooaa. . 6M p. m. 7151: .. m.
on Jupiter Open>> All The Year.
un r, I i doesn't she marry?" ArriveKnoxvlile . . 10:00: p, m. 10M a. m.
'! south of Jupiter Narrows, "Her numerous engagements prevent Arrive Washington . O.aQ: J', m. 4:41: ; a. m.
II head of Hobe Seund, opposite her."-New York Press. Arrive New York 1 6:6:1: a. m. 10:66: a. m.

01:1011 where the J., St. A. 4; L B. + Only if few minutes'
: '!lchel lIobe walk from Railway stations IoU...... Train leaving Jacksonville at 7 p. m. Is Vtwtlbuled from end to end, sod yarns
i, SOUM. Jupiter b."xtJ'n t J and bteamboai land- )Munneyfatt What in the world are through solid to Cincinnati ,Ia. the beautiful Queen A: Crescent IJwuW. TMs H
< !
from
Gilberts Bar or Santa Ing. the favorite route to all East Tennessee and Georgia Kesorts. .,
I t you pulling up that grass for, Patrick?
n the For further Information write call
north inlet or on
to Jupiter On the banks ,
of the Newly Hired Pat Maerly oomplyin/
I h.-En. or ADVOCATE.] far-famed Indian River wid 4e wands av yes solgn to kape off! J. C. REAM Tray. .'.... Ape1,134 W, Bay It. Jarkn>;"IIU, Flan

de C. II. HUDSON, bcml >lanas-. M. A. 'Il'IIK..4t 1'\0.\ A. .
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A INDIAN RIVEI ADVOCATE JANUARY 4, 189S.) .



1\1 i if }KQX )0 'J.' 'THE ROBBINS & GRAHAr C I IPaid CI


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1 Up Capital $26,000.00.


LAW LOANS, HEAL, ESTATE.We .
Accept None of the Pretended Substitutes ,


have for sale a large list of caref,
I sincerely<
Coast
the East
FOR men along
I hope Investments will\ return him an selected Indian River Properties

I Baking J equivalent If Mr. Hauler for; the had money gone expended.to Texas In. I' Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast

I stead of coming to this state to invest Canal and Transportation Co.
his millions, It would have been lust the
RoyalBECAUSE thing to nave sent for him a It Hogg, a. CANAL LA1VDS.florida .
Powder we have lots of use for such citizens. Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Rritw) e
Indian River Loan and
Yours etc. . Lands. Dlsston Comma other Low Priced Lands. Investment Co.'

H on.oy to Loan Ll-otr .ys on. XXn
Seaside CottageAt At Ten per cent, in turn to mil.

Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Pro trtie..
+ inferior'and cheaper made baking preparations are Melbourne jjb; Is now ready for 'Titusville. Florida.

wholesale at a price so much lower than ROYAL, some guests.

grocers are urging consumers to buy them in place of the ROYAL A llnrgaln.

sale four head of cattle. P. O,
For ,
at the same reat'pylee.. box 8, Waveland, Fla. Carpets.The =

t i4 If you desire to try any of the pretended- substitutes for ROYAL Itooins to Kent. .

BAKING POWDER bear in mind that they are all made from cheaper Apply at Rice House, corner of Main

and inferior ingredients, and are not so great in leavening strengthnor and Hopkins streets, Tltu.vl1e.21ed\ J.' Fall Styles are All

of equal money value. Pay the price of the ROYAL BAKING Dissolution of rartnershlp.

POWDER for the ROYAL only. The law firm of mutual Hall A: Reynolds consent, also has Such as Moquetts, Brussels, Tapestrys and Ingrains,, ]
been dissolved by
It is still more important, however, that ROYAL BAKING POWDERis the Wright Insurance The insurance firm of Hall business, Reynolds will\ be A: or without Borders. This is the largest and best sells\

> purer and more wholesome and makes better, finer, and more carded on by the firm of Hall &: Wright. Stock of Carpets Mattings Rugs Shades Oil Cloths
Titnsvllle\ Fla., Dec. 17th, 1814.For ,

healthful food than any other baking powder or preparation. Furniture Coverings to be found South,

J xchnnge.We .
yjT" Write for Samples and Priced.

,- have a desirable place in North H. E. CLARK,

ROYAL 6AKINO. POWDER ....1or. WAIL St.,NEw YORK.k.VA1 1 east valuable Georgia hardwood, well ,watered which we containing will\ ex- 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville! F FJ,

kt1 yrl fur J / l k Rk/i j(; change for orange grove or pineapplelands

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OIHTUAllY.-AV. O. JACOIIS.Our the morning of the ;Roth; reached 28, and 0011000 vs..liit. FLAG- Biios., Titusville\ Fla. PACE & DOYLE _. *
1 with the above exception is lower than
iSebastlan correspondent rites us any point reached since ISM. LEIt.FtttsrlaA For Sale.A .
as follows: The mean temperature for the 20th Titiusvilley FloridHay
Mr. W. O. Jacobs died at his home at was 26 degrees or 0 degrees lower than FLA., Jan. 103.: house of 14 rooms and outhousesand
FebnMlan on the night of the 27th lilt, killing\ frost The damage: caused bv well located lot In North Titusville\ ;
this cold wave can hardly be estimated; Editor Adrncnte: Grain Feed Cotton Seed MealFERTILIZERS
after Possession
shortly retiring to rest He was suitable boarding/ house.
but Is needless
It to that the loss to
suffering from heart disease. and had the and say I am glad: to note the position the can be given at once. Price J750. Ap- ,
fruit will\ be
several hemuirhagcs: during! the last vegetable crops enormous ADVOCATE takes in reference to the ply to :
three months and repeatedly expressed to say nothing of the damage to deportation of Mr. Henry M. Flaglcr to Rounrn A: GHAIUM Co., ,
the opinion that he would die the orange trees and pineapple plants Texas, the of Its Titusville\ Florida.
suddenly. which at cannot be determined. upon requisition governor 17 tf Orange Boxes Pineapple Bean and Tomato Crates
Ills friends and relatives were promptly present I for some presumed violation of its ,
to and the 20th the
informed of his decease and telegraphed Up Including mean laws, for trial there. It would seem
the request that the remains should be temperature was above the average;the I that the public sentiment of different Basket Carriers and Fruit Growers' Sipf!1
accumulated of
Joteued III the nearest churchyard\ : ; *., excess temperature for states has not crystalized into laws with LAGER BEER
the
month about and
It was decided to move the body to Melbourne equalling two one- any degree of uniformity upon this sub- AGENTS FOR -
half the normal
there l being no regular burial degrees per day above ; |ort ,
but the five last In the month show Warnell Veneered Pine Orange Box Sides and Biadley's and Tliompwl}
days
ground at Sebastian.Deceased Legislation, upon anti-trust nionopo Edwards' Standard Fertilizers.We I
below Make it 25c
and Mr. O. J. Hanlee had an average the deficiency the of 20 degrees lies, as well as trades-unions and other Recipe to handle nothing but strictly first-clans material and will\ be pleased i j
been living together In the same house normal greatest deficiency combinations of labeling/ classes in this order. We
your are, Very respectfully,
and, upon Mr. Hardee going tt\ hi* room being S3 degrees on the 20th. or in other countries, seem to be directed J. B. TOTTEX, Orlando Florida.
to call deceased to Iceaktasthefuuud Total rainfall was 0.08 Inches which to prevent the conflicting Interests PACE & DOYLE
Jacobs dead In bed. III two Inches below the aveiage. Rain from oppressing each other as either
Sale.
The late Mr. W. O. Jacobs was muchbeloved fell on five different days, ranging froma one may do If not restrained by law. ShcriffM
trace of precipitation to SO hundredth E. =J. BRA:c Y.
a for hilt kind and genial: disposition Capital aggregated In vast quantities ,
and his. death has left quite a blank of an Inch. Greatest and leant rainfallfor II able to perform a given result for less UNDER and liy: virtue of executions liwueil

amongst: his circle of fi'lends at tabastlon this, 0.08 month In 18S8 since, and station 0.0:1: In was 1880.established expen e. The tendency to combine IsncsUtable hi two the causes County therein nurt Ucwixlinc of] llrevard(, between county Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertili]
and on Indian River. A few days befoi among men of wealth. It W'm. M.Brown as plaintiff mill C. X. Mini ssitofvnilunt ,
rainfall for this month for 8 : ; .
: Ids decease: he fualilloll for Average can return larger dividends, and with and U C.I"liver M |>Uintiff and C. N
,M the for the disti let. justice years, 2.07 Inches; average number of the same expenditure, than smaller enterprises Minis u defendant, I have levied upon and holmedoor will I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
pence Bell! at imlillc auction In front of the court
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The funeral took place on Monday rainy days for same period I There of the lame n.ituio. Naturally at TlttiDvllle, IToridaonthe. fourth day of Stnplo Ac JT'imey GrocCI..icfoot, l'+rAnd :
afternoon, the liev. W. C. Barnes officiating. \ were :20! clear days 9) partly cloudy, and this combination is met by organizations February A D HUH,between the hour of 11 a.m.
2 cloudiness and 2 m.,to the highest and test bidder for
a
cloudy days. Average on of labor.I p. Food ProductsOf
Several lends of the deceased ,
c..h.the following dum-rlbed real estate to-wlt:
scale of 0 to 10, :2.5.Total
accompanied the lenulns suit attendedthe am a believer in organization in The south 110 yard of the wmthcaHt quarter of All Kinds. Also My Stuck of
wind movement 8502 miles, oran both much the northwest quarter of section S, containing
funeral.TITUSI'ILLI. t Instances. There Is not in
average:; velocity of 11.5 miles per 11)sere; the outhwnit quarter of the lIonth..tqllarter Grain Bran Cotton Seed Me 1
hour. 1'revailiug direction northwest, this world' tint does not have to be con I of the northeast quarter of section W, lIar ,
tended for. 10 also commencing at theouthea
or 37 cent of the total directions obsered. containing. aim; of the Ground Food and Wheat.I .
: MirrrxmoLou1CAK per Mr. Flagler has come, saw, and conquered t corner of the southwest quarter
Highest velocity 3(1( east, on the in tbefinancial world. Not northeast quarter of section M,thence run north am the only house .n Indian River dealing exclusively the above lit
NUIIAUI"OU: 12th. There were two foggy days during one SNjardH,thence veatzra yards,thence south 11M Ooods. I buy close and will\ sell close. Invite correspondence and
dollar of his mauy millions does him any i yards,thence taut 273 yanU to the place of beginninit your
I ICI'\UUU: 1 HU". the mouth. good until It is in course of distribution i iltaln. ,containing6aim. All being In township your patronage. Very traly
J. E. LAMU'ETTE I am thankful that he came to I' lorlda.:/l."th.. range! :36"....t.ln llrevard county, 312.MotloOT L. nn..AD1':
Observer. this Instead of and .
The mean temperature for Decemberwas state Texas that JAMES 1WWMAX
01.8, whli Is very nearly the aver There is more Catarrh in this section many of his millions have found their' Itolildnsd:. Graham, Sheriff.
into the of honest :
way pockets laboring AU', for'I'lalnUITA jan4-febl & :
age temperature for this month for the of the country than all other diseases WagonS
past eight years. put together and until the last few years --- -
Highest temperature 81, on the 12th; was supposed to incurable.. For a RETAIL AGENTS FOR
low cut 18.3: on the ifttth; and which I I. number of yeais doctors pionounced It J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.
also the. lowest ever recorded at this a local disease,and prescribed local remedies ,
station Highest temperature' previously and by constantly failing to cine' PURE SOUR MASH WHISKS
recorders for this month tI.' In 180J. with \local treatment pronounced It In -
Absolute range of temperature for the curable. Science has proven catarrh to I
month, CJ.5: degrees which In greater by be a constitutional disease D'ld. therefore ALL KINDS OF
6,6 I degrees: than ever before recorded) at requires constitutional trelttment.HaU'1 RICK
this station. The ...t fe fp' ,." B I ::; Whets
mean temperature Catarrh Cure manufactured by .If -' : : Spirits: Beers, Etc]
was 05 and above on 14& days and the F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo Ohio, Is the
maximum and above ,
: wan iO on 23 days.A only constitutional cure on the market ,
most disastrous cold wave paused It Is taken internally In doses from 10
over this section on the 28 and 21, ex- drops to a tcnspoonful. It nets directly Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc. DUREN&FEASTEGROCERIES
ceeding: severity the great: freeze of on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
ItiNl Oi the inoiuing of the Sflith\ the system. They offer one hundred dollars AGENTS FOR :- Wifl always give very lowest prices
minimum temperature fell to 18.5 degrees for any case It falls to cure. Send for ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga., I and prompt shipment I
w hich Is the lowest ever recorded circulars and testimonials. Address COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta Ga., Give us your orders and we guarantee -
lit this station or at Sanford, before the F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo O. THE CAROLINA UROWX TONE CO. satisfaction. OF ALL KINDS Francis H Leggett & I
Weather llureau office was moved to 53Sold by Druggist, 75c.McElree'a OFFICE : WAREHOUSE :
this
place. 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
In IVMJ\ the lowest temperature recoaled -
Telephone *M4. Telephone (83. Fine Groceries.Fruits
at Sanford was 21 degrees, and Wine of Carduland .
from records made by private\ parties at THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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this: which pUc,doubtless the lowest point correct reached,and agrees wasih for sale by the following merchants in and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all l t

nearly with the difference lit the
very Titusville\ : O. I. Alexander. A :Beautiful Selection
temperatures recorded at Sanford and' CROCKERY,.GLASS AND TI W _
this place this year It Is doubtful if, J.D.Screven. ARE.
any authentic record will\ show as low a --- or -- r: Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Tour orders elicited
temperature In this section as that accompanying Dissolution of Pnrtllt'l'tihill.
the cold wave just passed.On :ggc Very Truly SDliron e3 Fenster
the 21UU the temperature remained Notice Is hereby give that the firm of
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below freezing until about noon when It of lilount: Anthony,dealers In wagons, O
slowly rose, and from :3 to 7 p. m. registering etc., and repairing! business, Titusville, ( : : "THE LITTLE BROWN JOG.
a uniform temperature of 34.& Fla., has beeu dissolved by mutual con < dy
It fell again\ during the night and on I sent :yelTEETH1NG Old Kentucky


-!.-. -f RYE OR BOURBON. qr

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ONFI:
GALLON: Delivered
PERIOD. -tz: In healed Case, (no marks) at your PURl
depot freight prepaid,
STERLING x BELT x BUCKLES x AND x ZARINOS On Receipt of $3
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h a child's life u en
... At ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. All business Strictly Confiden.
titan disorders
@J so many tial. Address

1m -t. dent to it. It would be a 1ggrava-1 -- WANKLYN
& CO.
11 @J to have children cut : ,
Jacksonville Fla
r&J less suffering. By LU1VIBER-!

i with theGail [t1 -- -- -

i' / / Borden RICUARD. GOODE. JAMES T BOGS I

-- -1 d k. I Eagle Brand We are making special prices on Lumber, Florida Notary Pnblto*hvrjpe 1 '


I 1 Condensed Milk this result is I Lath and Shingles, in car lots, toall points Sooth on the Real Estate Exchanfjy

i t 1 .. \ within reach of mothers.Years J J.? St. A. &: I. R. R'J. For M particulars AddressBUILDERS' : Write ut for descriptive

of experience prove its value. price listPOSTOFFICE ,

SUPPLY CO., -
BOX 160.--
[Qi illllim. Drawer 13 St. Augustine Fla
Ct. MELBOURNE. Brevard Co., FLA.

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