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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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1.9. No. 23 T'ITUSVILLE, F-LA.- F'HIDA.Y' JAN. 11 1895 Price, 5c.

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OCAL NEWS Heart This Column Carefully. OYSTERS served In every style by Chef :3" Please see that yonr suWrlptlons I (fcy The ADVOCATE: be had at I S.' F. Glbbs, of Melbourne, has Pj Pjbeen

I Monre, at Loeley & Renakers. paid, and that the year reads "1393." I Dr. oreven's' drug store mAr Mrs Kmma: In town a couple of days this week. ,

I Topics of General Interest.and ty: Advertisements on this (first) LOVERS of Boston Brown Bread and All subscribers to the ADVOCATE are Eaton's news stand, fio per copy. : -Mr. I.. R. Decker has nearly com- II"I l

page are ten cents per line per week and Graham Bread will always find themat expected to pay their subscription in -The Duchess of Castalucla passed ileted[ the work to his house, just southof
continued from week to week unless adrnnre.Mr. .
are the Indian River hotel lie has made
General Gossip In connection otherwise ordered. notices on Hlppard's.COME through here, Tuesday, on her way to
Reading II. of Clifton In Hotel Indian River quite a neat Job of It.
Walton was Pockledgo.
Indian River and Lake> Worth ....> any page but the first, are five cents per and see the nice new line of ,
during pMt week. Brief mention of line each Insertion. crockery ware we have on hand. Duren town Tuesday.Mr. -Mr. D. S. Hutchtnson has had the Commodore F. D. Hughes has gone r

resting ]Event from Various Farti I & Feaster, Titusville, Fla. John Waller, of Ankona, was In plasterers at work this week, plastering: Cocoanut Grove, Biscayne Bay, where II
he lies ordered the ADVOCATE to bo for- !
it World About People Ton Know town a couple of days this week. the south side of the Indian River hotel. I
people Ton Don't Know rickedT WIIFRE to stop. See list of hotels on JuLire KLINE has a large stock of pants warded.

Our society Editor. our 4th and 7th pages on hand, which he will dispose of -Read the new time-table of the -Mr. J. I. Turnige is now the possessor -Mis. C. I. fragln and maid, of II

cheap, for cash. Call and examine Tlagler railway, on our 7th page. of a Rambler: wheel which he Philadelphia, passed through here on I
them. purchased this week of Mr. A. S. Thomp-
( {kVeilnesday. on their to their winter
The advertiser who curtails his advertising Lawyer F. C. Cantlne, of Cocoa, way
V ATF expenditure too much in dull HOUSE for rent on river front, between spent a few In town on Tuesday. lon, who Is the agent heio.Thousands home at I'alm Bench, which Mr. Crigln:

( times Is likely to find the dulncss has residences of Mr. S. F. Gray and Mr. of robblns liar,' IlI'rll has mien preparing for them.
liLRA -Cocoanuthours Grovo, Dade county, onMsonyno
Woodward. to Robbins & Gra shot In this netghboihood within the
come to stay. Apply has liven made -Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger of
Bay a
:
money
esti ham. order office mut week or two. They are fat and Jacksonville, passed through Wed

I CALL at Lesley A Renaker's the best IT H no use to buy flour, lard and baking lump, and are quite an addition to our lesday. on their way to the hl'rel Poln-
TSfD There was a meeting of our county tables. claim, Palm Beach.: They will return to
meal on earth for 23; cents. powder, pay a poor cook to spoilIt
commissioners and school board this
ijftJT2R when Hlppard makes the best, Conductor G. I'. Nichols o hall been In the metropolis to-morrow (Saturday" ).

GET your carpets, etc., from II. E. Clark healthiest and: purest bread In the : week. charge of the Tltunllle. l\nfortl train -The Indian River Stcaiul>oat Co.'.

38 West Bay street, Jacksonville. state so cheap. -Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Whlteley, of during the absence of Conducb.rShier- steamer, St. Augustine, was 1.I\t.C'.lon:

-- STOP at the City Barber Shop-white BI\"CLF.-neW: and second-hand louKler, Colorado, were In town a short man Singleton, who has rt'Celvctllt'ayeof ho run between, Tltnsvlllo and Mel-

barbers. P. W. Thompson, manager. sale and for rent. I have the agency while Monday. absence for awhile Mnirno this week, while the steamer

I r -Deed blanks lOc. each; 3.00 per for the Columbia, Sterling Wllhelmes Indian River has Wen teeming with Messrs.. A. I... Hatch and John White was undergoing repairs.Mr. I''

100, at ADVOCATE office. (Readings) and Crescent; also a few dead fish this week-killed by late freere. Henry, members of Brevard school Goo. Natimaii and son, of Lancaster

fir'r dll wheels to rent, ladles' and gentle They are, however, mostly cattish. board, were In town this week, nttondng Pa., arrived In town on Tuesday
--e want money to loan on first real men's. Will soil wheels to to their duties. County Supt, J. H.
responsible
night. Mr. Naunian U a brother of Mr.
Miss G. F. Linn who has been visiting
state Ten cent free of -
mortgages. per parties on easy terms, or very reasonable hams was also present. C. H. Nauman, of the lUulovcr. He
iVLIITISE I her sister Mrs. at La
1 all expenses to lender. Gauldcn & San- Clary, Grange
for cash. Write call A. S.
or on left for :
F.nteiprlso Wvdnesdiy
returned to last. Traveling Passenger Agent JaiulonJrowne morning.
hl ders, Titusville and West Palm Beach, Thompson Office at the Avera Gro- Tropic on Saturday
of the Flagler Railway, Is to l>o r'
Florida tf -Mr. and Mrs. Irving Injjraham, after
cery CO.'lltore, Titusville, Fla. -The creditors of the late firm of
married the Seth Inst. ADVOCATE
on the -
,spending a few days *t Melbourne loft
-For the finest and freshest fish and Pact A: Doyle, Titiisvllln, would do well ,
Is Informed! that he Is now In Urv- '
for the Royal Polnclana! Palm (Heath
oysters call at Smith's restaurant, rail- -Mr. J. S. SemmenR, of Kansas City, 2nd to! peruse of the this assignee's Issue. notice on our I and, making preparations for the wed klr. Ingiaham Is Interested In a largo 1
road wharf Titusville. page
Xowopen. Mo., was In town ycsteiday.The I ding. pineapple plantation at East Melbourne.Mr. .

eu addition to Solicitor -How many of our readers still write -Contractor F.V.. Boers Is like awillo'thewisp anllllIrIl.
County S. It. Peck of Rock'
WE have just received a car of fine 1804? We receive lots of letters from for ho Is here there and
I Howell Titus' residence Is completed.Mr ledge, have IH.II.'Iun a trip to Onnond,
New York State Irish and people| who have forgotten the fact that
potatoes, are everywhere, up and down the r'laglcr and
St.' Jacksonville thinweek.
prepared to supply growers with seed L. C. Oliver, the lumber merchant this Is the year "18I! .>." superintending. the building of Aiifiustltio. They took their !bicycles along
UIGHT ALONG.n 1
is still lots of lumber
flaxen & Feaster Titusville. shipping up
potatoes. -Mr. G G. Springer, proprietor of stations platforms, restaurant, wareiCallway and had a very enjoyable time while
and down Indian notwithstanding
trade Is flush and with a rush ALL kinds of fish, game, steak, chops, the late freeze.It River, the; Cocoa and West Palm Beach Ito houses, soctlon-houses, etc.

Urge orders to you come, etc., served by Monroe, at Lesley & factories, passed through here, Tuesday, -The J., T. A K. W. Railway (::0. has away.The Washington post says that In
(>u'll find it wise to advertise, Kenaker's.A is stated that l,108lbs. of king on his way to Lake Worth. been making an extension of their line Inclining to surrender Mr. H. M. Flaglor.llovoinor

nd keep things on the "hum." FINE assortment of evaporated and blue fish were caught In the surf, -Capt. O. S. Porter, formerly of Palm front DcLiind Junction to RorcNiont ( Mitchell has simply decltlt..1that

don't close the door east of the Royal Poiudana\ Palm Beach, We understand the grading IN completed ho will not assist Governor 1 In
en trade Is poor ; fruits-equal to any in town- at Duren Beach, Is still buying lots and Improving Hogg
the rule Is still the same: & Feaster's, Titustille, Fla. In two hours, Saturday last. I lU property in the picturesque ton of and they are now waiting for the ties 111.* effort to make an exhibition of bargain -

|>u'll find It wise to advertise," -Col. C. P. Cooper, of Jacksonville, Daytona, where ho and his family are and Iron. counter demagogy

nd thereby win fresh fame. SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy.Just father of Congressman Chas. M. Cooper, permanently[ located.Mr. -We are asked to state, for the benrH Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold

the boat for a cruising party of died Wednesday night at his home In of those who have for seed to Divine servloeon Sunday, the lath: Inst,
applied .
i ed 'tis true what'er you do, three or four. Model hull, 8x10, and E P. Porcher, agent of the Indian
his is the safest plan, decked over. A bargain for the next the above city, aged 67 year. River Orange Growers' association\ the J., St A. A I. R. Hallway Co., thai at Cocoa, at 10:30: a. in., and at Morrltt

fm'll find It wise to advertise," few days. Address, Samuel Welch, -Get your seats early, for the "A mil the Indian River and Lake Woith1'lneapple the same has Ixxm ordered by telegraph, at 3 p.m. Rev. F C. Buyliss: will hold
Divine service lath \lust. at
and that It will he forwarded to Sunday, ,
lead the Groweis' applicants
r: then you van. Tltusvlllo, Fla. Pretzel company" which performs tonight association, spent a
HEKUT MORRILL WARREN. and to-morrow night. It Is said to day or so In St. Augustine this week. as soon as It arrives In St. Augus Courtenay, at 10:30: in. No afternoon

THE best cup of coffee on earth, served be one of the best on the road. tine. or evening service
by Monroe at Lesley & Renaker's, -Mr. W. II. Parkin, of West; Palm
Mr. Roswell Coleman
acted
Titusville. -Work on the new Episcopal church, Beach, who recently went to New York -Frank Foster, of Orchid, and Orlando as con-
"A Pretzel" at the house ductor on the J. T. A K. W. train
opera have Quartei"ni.in, of Canaveral, have Ry. ,
between Palm Beach and Lake Worth, to an operation performed for can-
ight and to-morrow night. FOR SALE-New three-room cottage In Is progressing satisfactorily. It Is, we cer of the stomache, has returned home. .been appointed notary publics for the running between Tltusvlllo and .Hanford' ,

(Rev Ira D. Sankey, the well-known South Titusville, with front and back believe, to be a 110,000( edifice, and the We are sorry to learn that the medical State at largo. Both gentlemen ,are Tuesday morning, Conductor Singleton

igelist, was at Palm Beach the first porch; brick foundation, flue and fire- Rev. J. N. Mulford Is to be the rector. fraternity decided not to perform an highly respected citizens, entire wot thy having asked to be ren"vt'tllor) a short
he week. place. Also lot, 50xK Cost f .">0. operation, as they considered Mr. Park- (the honor thus conferred upon them by time, NO that he may look after his place

For terms, address Samuel Welch, -Quite a heavy white fog obscured In'. case a hopeless one. Ills excellency which was Injured by the late fioero.
[The steamer Canaveral was detained box 04 Titusville, Fla. Photograph all the sailing and steam craft on Indian
-It Is more than probable) that two
'itusville from Tuesday until Wednes- forwarded on requestWe River, Sunday morning Had It been -We understand Robbins A Graham -Mr. John Green; of Sarno left here, .
trains each will bo
the
owing to a break-down. heavily Intermixed with coal smoke, It have the Decker house, In North Titus- Monday, for New York, for the purpose way put on Flag-
want to loan on first of purchasing the furniture for his hntt'Iand heir Railway about the 20th lust. One of
now
money would have given our lesldents an Idea ville, for sale very cheap. This appears
The Ormond hotel has Issued some mortgages on real estate. Loans net of what a London fog Is In November.A to us to be an excellent opportunity for cottages, which he expects atol before these trains will make the trip from
It illustrated pamphlets this season, lenders ten per cent free of all expenses. anyone who needs a nice private residence on :20th Fob He 1 Informed Jacksonville to West Palm 1 lunch In nino

I wing the beauties of that popular Interest paid seml-anntially. Absolute communication to the ADVOCATE: or for the purpose of keeping leaving that he would have room for liours. An extra train each way will also

Irt. safety. Robbins & Graham Co., Titus from Mr. II. M. rlagler, asking us to hoarders. In addition to this fine house about JOO guests. bo put on the J., T., A K. W. Rail

of West Vira ville, Fla. 12tf change the address of his paper to St. of fourteen rooms a fine lot with way about the same time which Is,
ongressman Capehart, goes -Rev. R. R. Jones wife and child\ of however much later than last
,
Is said to have paid 1,000 an acrea FOR SALE:-COO acres on the peninsular Augustine, proves that It will not be It. This residence Is well located, and tfashvllle, Tenn., arrived at the Indian year.

tract of land between Lake Worth south of Cape Canaveral; as fine or- long before he is again on a trip down is a good snap for somebody River hotel l on Saturday last, _for the -1 he cold wave which according to

I Palm Beach. ange, pineapple and vegetable land as the East Coast -The Pensacola Chamber of Commerce of spending a couple of weeks the United States signal office schedulo

j-Mr, Robt. C. Heaton, who has been can be found In the state; no frost, -rMr. J. E. Andrews, of Eden, paid at a recent meeting, passed the purpose. They are friends of Miss M. was to have cnvolopod this section last

biding several weeks at Canaveral no malaria. Address, J. G. Hall, Titusville a visit on Tuesday, and informed following resolution : "Resolved, Thatwe II. Ransom and uncle and aunt to Miss Wednesday! night and yesterday, did not

house, left here, Tuesday, for his Titusville, Fla. 213tII' us that the pineapples were not congratulate Governor Mitchell upon Katie ). Cormack We acknowledge a come to hand; but a nice rain came

he In so badly Injured as was supposed. Someof his refusal to grant the requisition of pleasant call from Mr. Jones along: Instead. :This Is probably just
Boston.
decent stew
want fry ,
YOU a oyster will still be what was neudal l and I if the cold wave
do not fail to call the pineapple growers Governor Hogg, of Texas, to remove a -The Flagler Railway has just Issued
in
J-Mr. Leopold Furchgott, the well or any style, able to ship a good crates next I which the Washington authorities started
many citizen of the United States from Florida -
Lunch Room Main neat and handsome Illustrated
I wn Jacksonville clothing merchant at Hlppard's on I a very out for this section was diverted In
Tituaville.NoTWITRSTANDINO. summer to Texas In the person of II. M. folder-map, which not only gives a description -
another
1 for Melbourne yesterday and will, street : direction we shall not complain.
of the of Engineers Flagler, and deprive him of his liberty, of the various places along the
Major Ilanbury, Corps We are not solllih In a matter of this
ably stop off at Titusville to-day. I the freeze Julius
: St. Augustine, who recently contrary to the spirit and the law of our East: Coast of Florida! but contains excellent kind, and! have already received a liberal
is still all "
1 The Brevard Abstract of Title comfy Kline, Titusville, selling examined the Santa Lucia Inlet, Indian free Institutions. engravings of the various. hotels allowance of low temperature
at held last Saturday kinds of clothing at a great sacrifice.Don't the War Gen'. l'au. Richardson! I.a ls
a meeting rail and his stock of River, reported to DepartmentIn -It Is a good sign of a town's prosperity Truly Agent
fall
lured a dividend of ten per cent for to see favor of its Improvement The Improvement and standing when Improvements live man. Call and get one of these -Mr, Jerome Twlchell, president and

I year ending Dec. 1st, last. Same is shoes, hats, umbrellas Cash down, neckwear tells and of this excellent outlet to the still go on In spite ,of hard times The folders at the ADVOCATE office; or send general manager of the Kansas City
duringthe
table on demand. underwear. Atlantic ocean will, probably, bt InsertedIn sidewalk on Y/a hngton! avenue U being one cent to pay hostage on same Metal Roofing and Corrugating company,
bard times.
present of Kansas City, Mo., In writing us yesterday
and
Vibe the next River Harbor bilL
Dally Tribune, of Westerly, R.Jiyt continued from Mr. E. B. Wager's corner -Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tomllnson and : "Kindly deliver ,
says paper
that Cape Canaveral was named BEULAH COTTAGE, EDEN, Indian River, -Mrs. Howell Titus had A narrow escape lot to Clerk A. A. Stewart land; also Miss Tomllnson left here for Ormond on until further notice, at Tltusvllla my coat-

the Spaniards from the abundance of Fla., will open its doors on Jan. 15th from injury on Monday. She was shell ls being laid In front of Ma Crabtil, Saturday last, much to the regret of I office, as I expect to leave next Wednesday

>ers in that vicinity. The name to anyone who wishes to spend a day, riding a rather spirited horse and when Main street; on the northwest cornerof their friends. Mr. Tomllnson has taken to spend a few months on Indian

uns Land of the Rose Tree." a few days or _weeks In this, locality, about a mile or two south of Titusville. Washington ave.; In front of Capt A. charge of the Ormond restaurant on the River, but will not have my family with

made famous by the great; pineapple the saddle slipped off, throwing her to W. Bute's lot In North Titusville; on Flagler Railway; and, as the trains do me this time. I have noticed with much
Mrs E W. DIckson and the Misses side.
U fields which surround It on every the ground. The horse made for home, Palm street and at other places In town. not stop at Titusville as heretofore the anxiety the despatches with regard to

> Bates and M. II. Ransom were The hou Itself stands upon the high but was captured by Marshal Henry We hope to see every property owner In restaurant at this place has been closet the late freeze In Florida, and particularly -
Leant callers at the ADVOCATE office the beautiful Indian
: bluff, overlooking Titus,who returned In the direction from Titusville abide by the town ordinance, Messrs. D. J. O'Reilly and Jo. Ksplnoza one In which It stated that the mercury
wday, for the purpose of paying their River. It has large, airy rooms; Is which the horse came, where he found which calls for a sidewalk of brick, stone accompanied the above party Ormond. reached IX degrees at Titusville. I
fmal subscription to the pink well ventilated, and all modern con- of width
paper. or shell a of eight feet
Mrs. Titus-none the worse for her mishap I have had no definite news yet but sin
veniences, such as bath-room, water- i -The to come off on ,
-Mr. bicycle race
Dick
Gladwin after .
spending -The Chicago Times : "Acurious cerely trust It not have been as
waterworks etc. and Is lighted says may
the 13tb lost betweentwo
closets next
holidays In town with his parents, I mixture of German and Irish Tuesday : severe as reported.
with Congressman C. A. Swanson and
limed to the State col- throughout gas. of Tltusvllle's I experts for the championship
|e Lake City Agricultural last to Beautiful walks along the bank of the wife, who spent part of their honeymoon comedy and drama lIon at the Empirethis of Tlusvllle will, no doubt, be -General Floyd King! a prominent resident
Monday morning ,
where Thos. J.
nplete the of studies be is tak- river. at the Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach; and week Keogh Is presenting witnessed with Interest by lovers of the ( of New York, and Mr. J. T. Moy-
course Boats at hand for those who love the who gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant call 'A Pretzel' and It Is meeting wheel In town. The distance will be tan, of Pennsylvania ave., Washington,
on their way homewards, are now snugly with a hearty reception. There Is so whom the
water. about four miles. Considerable debating D. C., we met at Royal puin-
-The ADVOCATE: subscription list Is Large flocks of ducks on the river, and ensconced in their beautiful home, and In much merriment that no one cares about Is going on as to who will prove the win- clans, a couple of weeks ., arrived

|I .imblng up. Among the latest subhbers deer within a few miles In the woods the whirl society,N street, Watlngton, the plot, and a packed house yesterday ner, one of the competitors not having Titusville on Wednesday, and left yesterday -
l is Mr. Pierre Lorillard of the D. C. where we heard from them this seemed to like the peformance. The
for the hunter. previously. ridden In any races held here. for Jacksonville and other pluses on
Lee-boat Caiman. Mr. Lorillard and Plenty of fish In the river for the fishermen week. Both the bride and bridegroomare scenic effects are Howard good and Charles I Keogh l The race Is to be between Messrs. II. C.: their way home. While on Lake Worth

>') who spent last winter In the south and within a few miles of the I members of old and well-known and Bernice as Cline Claxidusand Budge and A. S. Thompson, and will they chartered the schooner Clara Pierce

I'ranee, expect to make their head- fishing grounds of that wonderful kingof southern families-Mrs. Swanson (MC Frederica" Vanderhelut, proved able come off In the afternoon anti made II trip to Biscayne Bay. At

pter* at !Sebastian for a while. the game fish-the tarpon. Miss Ellzebeth Dean Lyons) having been fun makers. Lemon City they saw very little effects

The Ormond Gazette that Or- Large roomy parlor, with musical instruments one of the former popular belies of Atlanta -Our postmaster, Mr. W. S. Norwood, -Mr. Pierre Lorillard's palatial houseboat of the freeze, and both large and small\
launches
co is still says for the musician. A good Ga. We regret we cannot accept It seems, was not forgotten In the distribution Caiman, Itabltjoboatt) tomatoes were growing vigorously, and
beautiful, its attractions student. A good table their Invitation to visit them-owing to row-boats, etc., which have been at the all
lain library for the of New years gifts for on Sunday they had ripe tomatoes on the table
I that charming the and the tourist walks will well supplied with fish, oysters and the distance from Titusville.In morning last his wife presented him Haulover about a fortnight stopped at the time they were there On their return
driven
many lovely Titusville a short while, on
I for all Come and see. Those with the scales Monday they permission to the authorities -
M leisure: game a line baby girl tipping I gave
still here The board
to please. ahead address writing us from Fitchburg, Mass., their way down Indian River. On

l lIe tas wishing to engage rooms at sixteen pounds. This Is an unusual to place on board Lettle DIckson. anegro.
robbed us of very little besides Lock Box 76, Edea, Fla. Mr. George Raymond says: "We are the Caiman were Mr. Lorillard and a .. who killed John.ton.anothlr ,
fruit weight for newly-born baby, and W. S. Josephine
f The Ormond visitor and citl much pleased with the Interest the party of ladles gentlemen, who were
::sn still lUtes 2.50; per day. Special rates by Is justly proud of It, as can be seen from colored woman st a ball at West
the this with all kinds of
[ sing praises of as month. ADVOCATE: takes In the early construction well supplied impiomen's
week and Palm Beach Christmas Eve. Saw
the on
his countenance. to
> before the beaming Up
"
\ "Fair Ormond. of a harbor of refutre. at CanaveraLNo for the destruction of fish aol
above date our editor-Dr. Graham- escaped to Biscayne Bay, and when cap
other proposed public rk-wIUiOl The Caiman-which I* elegantly
Mor Handbury has reported very claimed the biggest baby In town, but game. tured she was dressed in man's attire,
much enhance all the Industrial furnished unique
Interests throughout quite a
\ Tatty! upon the project for Improv- THE JIASQUEICAIIILALL our postmaster has "put him In the and was aocom;"'oled by a negro. They
of the state. Soon after Its completionIt craft and Is said to be the finest and
: Smite: ,
Lucia schooner
Inlet and recommends AT EAU GALLIEWill shade" this week. were just about to board the
destined become the comfortable house-boat In the
to most
of for making a principal Emily B.. for Key West when Dep
''appropriation survey and$3,000 estimate of the portal for the exports and Imports of the Have you seen it t Seen what f Why United States. )Ir. Lorillard had her uty-sheriff Carney made the arrest Both

*> work. This Item will no be held on Wednesday evening greater portion of the state. It will also! the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If built at Wilmington DeL, In 1WU, and are now lodged In Dade county jail at

. llbc U Inserted In the next river and Grand march at 830: exert a potent Influence) In filling the you own a sail or row boat, don't fall to her dimensions that time-the ADVOCATE Juno, to await their trial at the next

r t Ot LlL! The hu also oclock.aThoosse who had Invitations to eastern and central portions of the state have one on band It Is great labor Is Informed-were: Length, 157.lift; term of Circuit Court General King
major examI'
I .J the C"harbor at Canaveral and Is i the New Years ball will consider themselves with a class of settlers who will be producers saver, and Is patented In the United breadth :24.6ft Since that time, bow. 'and Mr. Moylan had a very enjoyable
,- pro2 to the 10th. because production will be moreprofitable States Great Britain Canada etc. A ever, she has been considerably enlarged
; his most cordiailylnYited time the and law
report, but It has not yet been on trip, got an Insight
I I''i lie Is Respectfully.CAUXO from having more direct and few of the state rights will be sold at a and Improved In many ways. Mr. Lorillard
now down yachting
T,'ta7! into the needs on Biscayne Bay, MAVAGEMB3T. cheaper transportation to the marketsof reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal- I became a subscriber to the ADVOCATE

i "'.:a' famous section. and possibilities EAV GALLII, Jan. 9, 18150. the world." ton, TltusTllle, Fla. s : ere leaving for down the river I Lo"af N,,., Conu'hu4 oa dtll P gf.



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q Coronado Beach. reported an enjoyable evening. The following W H. HARBI

programme was rendered:

1.-Quartette, "I am the child of a..!

1 Miss Kate Sprtnger, of Atlanta, assistant king" by Miss Mary Tnten, Miss Vlda !I I
superintendent of public schools at
and Rufus Tuten.
King, Addle King i
that city, has been visiting at the Coron Recitation, "Cnristmt Gifts" Addle Staple and. Fancy G-zoceri: : ;
ado. Miss several week
Sprenger spent Kink I

i h.re but spring and Is a general favorite 3.-Recitation, "The gingham dog and II PUT TO FLIGHTall II I I

with everyone calico cat," Frank Tuten. the peculiar troubles that i
I -
'. j Prof Sharp of the university at De 4.-Quartette. "The Angels are loo' beset a woman. The only :Fresh: Fruits: laa. SeascJ
i
iI I Land, Las been making some sketch Ing on me," Miss Mary Tuten, Miss "Ida for themis

I and getting some material together at King Addle King and Rufus King. guaranteed remedy
,
Coronado, which will be worked up Into 6.-Recitation, "For he Is a jolly good Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-

rw pictures and shown at some future exhlbitlons. : fellow" Miss Vlda King. scription. For women suffering O-ilt-Ed.gr Floes: a SpecialClydeSteamShip

6.-Recitation, "Those poor Chinese," from any chronic -

Mr. Walter J. feprenger, pne of the Master Rufus Tuten. complaint" or weakness ; for

chief clerks of the department of the 7.-Song by al1.S.Recltatlon who run-down and Co

Jf. X. CheuvronlLeonard Interior, Washington, Is visiting hili "The Yuletide Bells," women are

Mo. ,Ire's parents at the Coronado, and Miss Mary Tuten.9.Recitation I overworked ; for women expecting .

1 greatly enjoying the delightful our "The Dollies Bazaar," to become mothers,

i j. In Agony rounding. and the jolly sports constantly Myrtle King.10.Quartette. and for mothers who are

1 going on. "America," Miss Vida nursing and exhausted ; at the

t' 15 Years With Salt Rheum The porch In front of the hotel is now King, Miss Mary Tuten Addle King and change from girlhood to wo-

-- I a perfect little conservatory; the fernery Rufus Tuten. manhood and later at the
Hood' Sartaparllla Cave a Perfect 'In simply beautiful Manager Sharp ha All the children did well, but we must ;
"
+ Cure. I a hobby for such things, and has displayed II especially mention the way little Myrtle critical change of life -- i it F'

"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, MMI: I great taste In the display 01 I King spoke her piece. She is only six is a medicine that safely and

I "Hood's bad eczema ftanaparllla In tnj left li an leg eieellent for fifteen medicine.,tar.. curios-strange thing waahnd op by years old, but she spoke distinctly and 'certainly builds up, strength.

Fart of the time roy leg was on* matt ol saitbi, the tide. ; with all the expression the piece required ens regulates and cures.
and about k corruption would gather Rufus Tuten also spoke "Tho ,
ender the .r'U.b Scabs would I slough ofl I Surf bathing, fishing and shell gathering Chinese" remarkably well, and was If it doesn't if it even failsto New York, Charleston and Florida Lin
poor
The Itching and Burning are not the only forms of amusement have
benefit
loudly I applauded. The singing was a or cure you
sensation made m. suffer Indescribable agonic to be found by the sea shore when
I spent a great deal of money for different remedies I a jolly party of holiday seekers, all benton credit to so small a place as Artesia. your money back. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are
but did not Ret relief About a I The Christmas tree was prettily lighted
trading physicians advtaed me to take Hood sflareaparllla (getting. much fun and variety a. pointed to sail as follows :

'. 1 did 10 and bare taken are bow possible out of their short vacation, put with candles and simply bent under What you are sure of, if you nee Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways
and useful
the load of gifts.
'Cures their heads together and cogitate a. pretty Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy,is either (STAXDABDTIMKI
I you will see by the following. Everything passed off pleasantly, and a perfect and permanent cure for From New York, STEAMER From lark. ...
(i'iet29K.R.) florid
after the had been distributed by
tie*. Now all the sores, scabs and pain have The next evening after our arrival at gifts your Catarrh no matter how bad Wednesday, Dec. Ml, at 3.00 pm. \EMA8SIFAIHOVjl; .: Tuesday, Jan i, u II
vanished and I am enjoying perfect health ;I Coronado Beach we were greeted with a Messrs. King and Tuten, the 1I"holeparty your case may be, or 1300 in CAsh. Friday, a 2*, at S.TO p m... IN.. Thuraday .... .1. II U
think ll00d'.lIaaaparlll" I I. second to none and adjourned to the residence! of Mr. S. n. ;Monday It 31, at 3.oo p in. .SE\i1N1LF.Sunday; .. f.. It t.
fllly rwomnwnd It to all suffering hllmanlt,." I lrett'ltiff breeze from the ocean, and The proprietors of the medicine edneaday, Jan 2. at 300 p m ..IHollt'OI.. Tuesday, -. It IJ
L.; CiirvVKuiT Leonard Tuten where dancing was the order the Friday, 4. a' 300 m !l'HEROKEE..Thunday, 111.11
M. Mlaaourt. promise to the if p .. u
being a little too windy for sketching, pay you money, ;Monday, It T, a' 3no p m ... ..YEMASSEE.Snndayy; 13. It P
Hood'C Pill art easily, yet promptly and and just a trifle too cold for a surf bath. rest of the evening, the music being furnished they can't cure you. Wednesday,. .. 0, a'' 8.00 pm.ALHOS.III .. .Tuesday, .... 15. I' II
Mr. M. P. Wolfe. Refresh Friday, 11, at 3.00 p m..... $IIE\I\Sol.; ... .Thursday, 1.11.. .
efficiently the liver aud bowels. 24cHOCU.TUS by ..
we were somewhat at a loss what to do ;Monday II 14, at 3.06 p m........IROIII.OIII. .. Sunday, 20, It t1 ;
nents were served at 11 p. m. Wednesday, lei, at 3.no p m. CHEROKEE Tuesday, 2'1,It IJ !
first. Not for long however, for one of: II .... .. ..
Fl ETC. our party (none other than ourart teacher All the visitors from Canaveral left on given. I have reserved for the last 01 ;Monday, It 21, at 3.00 p m. ..AIHOS.IlVIN.... Sunday, ... :r..1I1l
Christmas Day saying they had enjoyed Wednesday, 23, at 8.00 p m... .8KMINOIK.IROQt. .Tuesday, 119,II :'
I might just as well tell you now) mv Christmas at Georgiana the mention Friday, 2ft, at 3.no p m .. .. OIS ... .Thursday, .. 31,11 U
Free and conceived: the brilliant Idea of rigging upa themselves immensely This was their! of the part of the "Odd club of seven," Monday, "" 28, at 3.no p m..CHEltIlKEE.'lIndAy. J'eh." a. armWeanediay
30, at 3.00 p In..a YEMASSEE..Tueeday, 4 .tlJ
sail on the old wagon, and taking a first visit to Artesia, and we hope they played In the very happy beginning and C For New York Direct.
Accepted \ Masons will do us the same honor again In the
ride with the wind. The suggestion was ending of our Christmas. Miss Mary

hailed with joy by the reat of us, and near future. Clement, the daughter of {Y. P.Clement, and Jacksonville Lines
Philadelphia
The Artesia school is a small one, but
the boys set about preparations at once. N. Y., who seldom fails to pay India
IDIlIan TltulVllle A piece of old carpet readily answered It has some bright children In It, and as River a visit with his wife and family Weekly service between JSckoonvlile! and Philadelphia' calling at Oarlerton, 8 fround. .'
much ambition and as the aver- The fast freight Steamships "Delaware" and "w Injah" are pointed to tail u fc
River Fie the purpose of a sail. This.... nailedto energy annually, Is one of a club of seven
Lodge No. 00 school has of the FROM PHILADELPHIA. STEAMSHIP. FROM JACXSO-NVIUmr
day.
a long pole and fixed to the centre 01 age large present They are so fortunate In the amount 01
Wednesday, December 22th. ., WINY AIl.. Sunday December
the wagon, being held In place by rope pocket: money they have, that they conceived -
ll'iM IU meeting the second and fonrth Frl Try Bl*CK-DS AUGHT tafor D.pepli&o Saturday, December 29th. .BOWDEN. .Sunday, January
day of each month, at the Court famine,Titus- ', attached to the lower corners of the car the Idea of making other children Saturday, January 6th .. WINY All.. Sunday "

vtrie.atTjnu. MtxnrL,. ui.J. 8. II. RA1'I. pet. When everything was completed, happy with It, rather than gratify their Saturday, 12th. ..BOWDEN.. Sunday "
Mm W. MKMQIIT8 I about half-avdozen choice spirits tumbled CHRISTMAS AT GEOKGIANA : own desires; or, better said, they wlshe Saturday, 19th. ...WmyAII..Sunda, "
I Saturday 20th ..BOWDEN.. .
.Sunday February
I Into the wagon, led off byl'rol. and to get the very largest quantity or bushels ,

OF PYTHIASRemlnole Master Rob. Sharp, who sat In front and Three or four years ago I attended the of pleasure for their money possible

l/odge,No.3n.bohie I IU meetings at I took charge of the steering gear.Vb at closing exercises of a short term of our All being clever girls and chips of the St. Johns lliver Line.For .
the Court bonne, the ant fmirThunHlay eren
lain of earn month,at I o'clock p. m. Immediately followed is beyond my Georgiana school, looked after managed old block they, after due deliberation,

feeble powers of description. Picture to and superintended by the Rev. Mr. Ills- sent one of their seven boxes to the Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points

INDIA RIVER OUARIM. yourselves a huge thing-neither a boat cock's little jewel of daughter Kate. J children of Georgiana. Could they have the St. Johns River.

Itrlll at the Armory, over county Jail every nor precisely a vehicle-spinning alongIn ) have been connected, directly and Indirectly been here Christmas night, the dividend

tnd and 4th. rueixlay evening In the month,atao'cl."k. the gloamings at a terrific rate, accompanied with such exhibitions for forty of pleasure that would have been declared The Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamers

; A.T FKASTKR,Captain.CHUKCUKH. by sounds that made the years and truly think Katie's efforts to the club would have astonished "OXTY 037 JAOBLSOlf:' V..LLE,.

very night hideous, for we all yelled and : were crowned with "a neater cut, and .hem.
CAPT. W. A. SIIA W
,
howled like so many demons. How we : tinerfitting'Ilue received showing,

flew I On we rushed, with the sea roar- than I had ever witnessed. The very Mert_'s WINE Of ClUDUl for(.. .l. di....... 'ILD'IL DcEJAB.Y,rr

EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ing and the wind shrieking in our ears, young and limited number of scholars CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR.

ttrvlce. the lit and 3rd Sundays In each whilst always beside us, like a phantom she bad for material to work with, considered Three teamsters were candidates for
Month,at II m. andlJAp. m. 8unda,school Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, daily except Saturday, at 3 JO p.m.and tire*
with the
At that time
:very Sunday at 1=JO p, m n I ship silently glided our reflection In exception sheriff In San Francisco. daily o Sunday,at 9-OOa.m.SOUTH .
p. in on Wednesdays. Litany servicenevery; of a few scholars almost grown
the smooth, wet sand. Suddenly a form
Friday at 10 a. m. The monthly rate of wages of masonsIn BOl"NI SCHEDtLK.: .NORTH
KIT B r. BaowM -the little ones could be counted on Read down. Roil
Rector. was seen In the distance, and as we approached '
London Is In Mew York
fingers. At the present time we 141.50; $72; p. m. .... ....... ..Jacksonville... .... ... .
It nearer someone called out your but food and rent Is in .... ....... .. ... ......
very cheap England p m Palatka ...
PRESBYTERIAN CIURCH.Bwvlc "the hermit," and so It proved to be. have quite too many for one teacher, for a. m. ....:.: ....... .... Astor.... ... ... .... .. ..
I s. m. :. ... :::::....... .St, Francis. ... .. .:: .... .. ,
the of she receives. Ii
amount :;
Babliath, 11 and ,
at
*every a tnrUtlan:m 700p.m.ablathaeh..datV' : On he came, leisurely trundling his little pay a. m : : Bemford ; ;; : :: 1
$ a m, En.lerCOT Workmen in Russia have commenced .
meeting at .JO p. m.. meeting hand-cart along, when all of a sudden he Not so many families from afar have a.a. m m ............. ...... Sanford .... .... .. .. .. .. .
attend.Wednesday at T REV p' in: \V.All T.ELr are conllsllynviteJ,I Paatiir stopped short; down went the eartoRnd moved in, but at Georgiana we breathe agitating for a reduction of the hours a. m, ..Eoterprfae.. .
of labor.In .
rushed our hermit as fast as his 'orty-one or two grains of oxygen: to the
away General
cubic foot and the the districts of France six Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., JacksirM
legs would him. Once he stopped seemingly warms country ,
carry .
METHODIST CHURCHffctrvlrea ; H.CLVDI ATM., F.M IBOKMOSOBB,Ja., Fla.l'lln.Ajt.S .
at Tltnavlll every first and third! -to gain breath I suppose-and looked blood of the young married people, and ty-seven per cent of the agricultural Bowling Green,New York 88 West Bay St.JscksseTaco.

BeJiliath at II a.m and T p. in; lateen, aeoomlHahbath back; but, seeing that we were fast gain- love Is crowned, etc. But I am digress- laborers are idle O. EOOEB,T. M., Jam L.HOWIBD,FU Fr't Agt..
at II a. m. ana7; i.. m, Mimi I fourth
: him he turned his heel Ing. Five hundred families of Pullman t Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.Jack*"*I IA
Sabbath at II a. m. and } p. m, laGrange, Ing oa on again unemployed .
fourth Halilialh at r.yer meeting every and for dear life. Poor mant TIt.ulVl11e-lnc1uding the ADVOCATE will form tax J COLE Passenger Agent J. A.Lwui,Superintendent,
: Tltuavile 1 : ran no a single : colonynear
Thursday I night at at t M o'clock.w. Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.Jactae"
H.I\TEIlIIU'EIl. I wonder he scared. He have should have chartered the Indian River Mobile Ala.
must
1"0' was D. D. C. MrvK:, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, rhlladelj,hla.WM. .
thought us some phantom bark from Steamboat Co.'s steamers, and spent -The tallest man on record was a P. CLYDE *: CO., General Agents, .
BAPTIST CHtRCH another world, or at least some monster I Christmas night at Georgiana. All iritisher named Furnam, who measured 19 So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia 0 Bowling Creen.> .''

I bearing down upon him. The return Christmas trees and school exhibitions 1ft. 61ns, and weighed 3.7 pounds
Sunday School Sunday at 10 a. m.
every lie died In London
trip was hardly as triumphant, for, ol are a complete success, but Mrs. Sulll1'an' in 1421, aged 0-1
)ears. A blow from his fist was equalto Savannali
I
CATHOLIC rilURCHrVrvloM course, the wind was against us, and the was more than this; It was novel; a kick from a horse.Assignee's. Florida & Western RaiIwiJ

at 10 a. m every Sunilay, In hall over wagon, now stripped of Its sail, had to It was a surprise, and could not be appreciated -
Indian Klver Htale Hank. Children catechliuiMI be hauled back by the boys, most ol unless you had eyes to see andean

p. m. REV.J. F. Born, Rector.Y. whom were already pretty stiff from the to hear AH the next day I heard Xotlce. 'Wn.ycioM. Sho..t Lino.

bumping and shaking they had just received not only the usual praise, but mothers -
M. C. A. but I, being the only lady present and fathers of children showed plainly To alf and singular the creditors of the <;- Six Through Fast Express Trains Daily -
firm of Pace &; Doyle, of Tltu.ville,
ThemjularSunday afternoon prater meeting was privileged to keep my seat. hey were truly glad they had been so Florida
of the V. M. C. A, will. lie held every Humlay fortunate their choice : The Savannah, Florida &: Western Railway the direct and most pop**
In of teacher.
You be sure It was appreciated for a
afternoon at 3 IO p. m., at the nabterlan may \rOV are hereby noticed that the aboveJL -
church jutll further not".e.Fort the bumping I received on the floor ol Every scholar, without a hitch or named firm baa made an awlgnnient of all to and from _
of IU real and >eraunal
|
property (
that cart shan't forget In a hurry; besides fault stepped to the rostrum and acquitted such aa U exempt. by law from forced aale except) to
the uo.U-niirne. an,I seek of FS.IORII:: : -
you aa live witbn
,
him herself .
three dreary miles of sand lay or admirably Not the State of rlurlila. are required within sixty ,
Pierce.Mr. between us and Coronado hotel. So very child can promise a Webster or data to ale with in. swore .tatcmenta of your And Is the
Only Pair
reeioettvsciaiu1s against the firm of lace sit Through Car Line to all Principal
there are times when It Is a good thingto Clay, or a Mrs. Scott Slddons; but those 1"le. and such of you aa live without the Beat

It. Urov.n'i father, Orlando, leon be the weaker vessel. who lacked in oratorical powers made II are montb.required. to Sic such statements within four North, East and "\Vest.Train .

vUlt here. I good the lack with an hate modesty of WM M BROWN

Ip..,. aLACK-DaAU' tea cu... Con.tip.lion. peech, which will serve them well anil-febl .A..I,nee. Louisville for Savannah, Tbomasvl1\e, Charleston i, New Orleans MD! !:
Mr. Uavlta U building a Louie on hU ; Chicago, Rlchmood, Washington, Philadelphia and New lock
when older. Eddie Page and Cecil Barnett Jacksonville at 7:30.. m.

property Elg"r Tow n. are the two large boys, almost In John B. Stetson Trains for Macon 1' Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville Cincinnati ''h: '
A great number of turtle and fish Artesia.Duck University the Welt leave Jacksonville ,
fact young men. To these two boy.Mra. at 73 a m, and 7:00 p. m. '

r were caught during the freeie-floating Sullivan withes to express her DeLaiul Florida New Trains York,for leave Savannah Jacksonville, Charleston 3:20 Richmond 1 Washington, rbiladc '

around. shooting on Banana river, this hanks They have done much by their For time cards, maps, etc, call 1'.01 on local, agents, or address

Mr. W. T. Haibln return thanks loran winter, is very good, and the Artesia gentlemanly conduct, during the term For both b'b:: and Conservator b R. G. FLEMING, Supt.fcavannah. ., W. M. DAVIDSON Ger !rasa 4;
Academy ,
Invitatlou (aent through the ADVOCATe residents grace their dinner table with passed, to aid her In governing the Mule. An institution of ant rank Faculty o/of Ga. Jacksonv

office) to attend the ball at theRoyal duck every day. younger boys. Possibly they hardly heated twenty tea<'bcra. Seven elegant buildinea, ;:
by steam. '
electricity Ilnt
Polnclana on the 28th ult., and Mr. King and family Miss Luba De realized how very important a factor and cold water c.tedTr.' I equipped
... their good conduct has and how nrrnnaaiuiu. Department of &
\'er'lOrr) he was unable to attend.Mr. proven, Ith M.liun for Lo ultl1'i
Uogary, Mr. W. E. Chandler and Mr. youn
many bead and heart aches It has saved e.aa.ulumse. feuding room, with all
John HeUiertngton lost his entire 'no.' Nelson, all of Artesia, spent XMas ana: and Wiling
their teacher. Throughy II'I'e" pauera
,, ., an/
garden by the late freeze with the Day aboard Mr. King's newly-rigged :
_.. exception i It possibly would Impose on boraturiea. Separate building for Music
.1IBRUL.J of some cabbage. Three cratesof schooner The Lumber City. A fine din- your I An 8cboola. with anl.ta 0' eaubltahed pSS2
space to speak of all the good things, tion J5 ehy?. Second term opens December
beans froze In his house served board and all returned :n,
lie Is replanting ner was on lot. Send"" eataJocue. CiVlnl full tutu,
but
mention must be made of knee-high to
Go ahead, John; if at tint home that evening very much pleased patine JOHN F _c.--
FORBES .
>llie Owens. She said ID an Inimitable President.aueelN
you dout succeed, try, try, try again. In the way the day was spent
child way, "Though our pockets are not
The rerent freeze has made us thinkwe The school entertainment and Christmas always flush, the cheeks children: are." } JOB: PRINTING

were in the north. The damage tree; was held In Lower Artesia A round of applause followed that quite I ?

done here 1 suppose Is the same. other school.house oa Christmas Eve The Tightened her To Rev. Mr. HUcock

.places; pineapples are not all killed, audIt attendance was very good. CoL and Georgians, we owe a debt of everlasting I 1swASti OF ALL KINDS AT THE "ADYOCATE" OFFICE

nothing further happens will I think, Mrs. Hogan and Miss bheffler from Up- obligation. Though an old man, and a ,

bear a partial crop towards next fall XT Artekla; Cap and Mn.N. N. Penny, man with many core., he alone deserves

All truck gardens are dead, but most of i he Misses Koae and Fannie Penny, MUsTorfuoe the credit for our model school building.

them are going ahead soul replanting.The I Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. B nham, Surely others helped, but no special STEEL 5,,,,,,

damage done cannot be fully etl- Master Harry Venhant and Mr. Will Pra- praise Is cWMrviag or expected. To j"'a Y/0a4 1

mated yet I 101 lout of Canaveral were present, and Rev. Mr Hlncock special thanks are













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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, TAVttmv 11, icoe. '


R.BVIBRT. TBOI.3.0'Ba'KI'. t
TO BE A BRAKEMAN. tightly rrovohUr.A .

j. EVERETT CO. colored man living on Onion creek Georgiana
I want to be
Doggonel a lirakctna. bear Austin who had contracted a debt FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS

(FORT PIERCE, EORIDA + If gt bangio over the edge of a flat ear. some year' ago with one of our merchants Eighteen hundred and ninety-four hasleft

Train cola'bout twtntjr-flr milo'n hoar, came to town yesterday and us a farewell kill and cold, It
ole ale and Retail Dealers In Llckln the dog fennel 'k>n,the trackTbat' called upon his old credhdt."Didn'l WAS Indeed. a one- I Is7A.Irc ItN c3 x mrn 0 QC II.
*what a brake man doe. Some have almost los'their
Vplane' to me dat if Iaettled ,
yon
NDIAN RIVER breath, and find U difficult to FOUNDERS.
I want to be a brakeman up dat account yon would give get MACHINISTS.
I ling! me a discount said the darky to the ia again, no sudden and unexpected was RON and BRASS STEAM: and
OYSTERS TURTLE & Makin the bon fit off the platform, merchant that cold kins left upon their life as the NAPIITIIA
Cnaaln the drarman If Ihcikldi If bet. CASTINGS, _
ENGINES
"Yea I did Sam said the old' year died The 27th and -
Holler 'Back 'er a length," and the engineer say so, away especially
BUILDING :
GAME hat toThat's merchant "If you are ready to settle the 28th, of December, 1SM, COLUMNS A f : and GENERAL REPAIR

a brakeman for gel TOur bill now, I will make a good discount will never be forgotten by those alto SPECIALTY. IXGACCURATELYDOn:

S and Dealers Supplied. Nocondactor for me,just a brakeman ," and the merchant waited for have and must suffer If not the lose ofall
Br hen I the colored Individual to out his Pulleys, Hanger and ost'lIln stock; Saw Mandlls of all sites furnished Architect
HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla. Can make a oooplln on dead ran. pooketbook. pull I things, yet the lose of their present ural work; Marine and Stationary Boilers repaired; Special attention; given to
Ilat iprlng bottom pant'n braid on his fruit crop, with the many good things Marine Work,
clothe, "Well, sir, I hasn't got de money
rofessional Cards. Carrie a lantern al night'n cap over his just now but I thought I'd oome In said fruit harvest would bring them, Office and Shops at end of Viaduct Riverside

earsThat's ad get de discount right now for Iain't and came without warning;, like a thuner -
a brakeman I'll tell gel _. __ ____ ___ __ __ JACKSONVILLE, PLA.
i ROBBISS. WALTCB 8. OBABAK. gwint hab no use for it after de -lapp out of a clear sky. It certainly

|BINS A GRAHAM, I want to be a brakeman ircu* hab left town."-Texa* Sifting I was a novelty as well as a calamity tothe

Stand In with Ueemlnwnllrl the agent and praton, n. Felt Sees- I East Coast; however Is a mis.take THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

A TTORNEYS-A T.LA W, Olt to tom tverr ntghl'n nee.the ahow. that any should sink down In hopo
Know the number of the train,chaw tr-
s HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., backer- (II IIi essnens or despair, as the like may never Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada
and 2 to 4 p. m. n.'. a regular one, yon betl 'I YS 1 occur again in the state for many geno

ITSVILLK, Drevard Co., Florida. 'X I want to be head brakeman rations to come. Charleston stood for in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.

J ,x, 108. OoUleetTwlstln more than 200 years and then had an
practice la aU the court*-*tat* and fed I 'er hard nmoke rolling round ,.. ---
earthquake, and have another
Country people Rtoppln work 10 look. may never
TITUSVILLE
Jal facilities for examining and perfecta Girl warln at r* all the way to Peru. for the neat 200 jeara. The state of FLORIDA.

titles Money to Loan. I'll be one too, com da,. :Maine, In 181(1( suffered from cold and
-Chicago Record.
frost to the extent that no food crop of

IOKGE w MORTON, NEW CURE FOR kind could be raised since
DIPHTHERIA. Any yet 1770. He Who Asks

Timidly iiiii5
NOTARY PUBLIC up to date, or up to the beginning of
'
European Ilonpltal Prartlrlnff a Method of
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805, the like has not happened to that
Blood Inoculation "Your
Irwood' ," .' Canavefal, '. Florida. money or your life! state ___
save the one now referred to.
So many thousands of children are 'Be gobs, all ther money about me ill U
Inveyanclng carefully executed. annually carried off by diphtheria the pint, an me bite is in ther hands ov Minnesota, In 180:2: not only suffered G> Courts Denial.

k, mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., sufferings caused by the disease are elf ther loife insurance, so shoot away, an from Indian raids, the like of which It
agonizing and the remedies hitherto good luck to "-Life. never suffered before and Buffered
blanks on hand. at yea. never Therefore we are most Positive In our statement. We want to 1It'1l011
the disposal of the medical profession so since, but had cold' weather and frost a

inadequate that the news of the introduction A rMetroged Idol. more or less severe during the whole PIANO ORGAN

1x01; S. JONES, into the Berlin and London hOll.pitals Just as the fire broke out in Hayues summer of that year, and In particular or

of a uew and efficacious cure for big millinery store at Wabash avenue Not neighbor nor second-cousin
your
localities 1 let everything In the line of jour nor anjhody but Just )'011. W.
ATTOnXETATLAW.JsVILLE this fell malady cannot be regarded and Madison street yesterday afternoona tick you to buy of UK, 1 because wo offer yon a strictly one-juice trade on the last
otherwise than as a matter of public in. pretty young woman got off a Wabash food crops, which meant great deal, as Mniio niul Organ In the woild.
BREVARD
CO., FLAunty crest avenue car. .n almost nix months winter of unparelellod The Celebrated CONOVER. j.I

i> Judge of Bievaid County. Very little has been heard about this{ She was bound, with her escort, fora severity lay before them, and The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS

remedy, owing to the fact that the disingnlshed call on the North Side. nothing In hand to buy the necessaries The Beautiful SCHUBERT I

04ULDJll'I:' J. T. 8AHDERA: bacteriologists engaged in The great plate glass window on the of life for their families or the proper The Popular CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS.

|Notary. its discovery have been unwilling to Madison street side was broken out just i keeping of their tock; jet, It Is the only flT" Long time, easy terms, lowest prices. Write for catalogue or eall and t

IULDEX & SANDERS, subject themselves to the same disadvantage as the couple left the car. Engines event of the kind connected with tho examine our Immense ah'k.Jr..L.NI"I .
as Dr. Koch, whose cure for were rushing furiously up to the building -
history of that mucb.l'rU l'el'OUI state. ATTO RNE VS-AT-LA W, consumption has been unjustly pro- and a great crowd was gathering ,,
|l practice I In all the Courts of the State claimed a failure merely because it The young man was evidently anxious Such, indeed, seems to be the freaks of TACKSONVIL.T.,1. rLO111DA.
l>rl:la, and the United States Court.. was published to the world prematurelyand to hurry away but his fair companion nature along this line, that such things

Box,235. TITC8VILLE, FLA. before it was ready for medical ap refused to go."Therel" may occur once or twice In the history

Money to Loan. 18 plication. The new cure briefly speakjug she was heard to say as of any tate or nation and never occur NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING :-. --- :

is one of inoculation with this the glass fell and left exposed all the Again, or so seldom occur that such

fOMTELL TITUS, di11'erence-that, instead of injecting fashionable hats and bonnets in the vents are forgotten before another THE FINEST NURSERY STOCKFor
the into the show window "there that
ATTORXET-AT-LAW. ; poison system of the patient you see lappens. There arc those now living
one injects the blood of an animal black straw, with the white ostrich
here this coast who date back 20or ( the Whole
a specialty. Attorney for Board oIty weak culture of the diphtheria bacteria iron coming down to get it Monday 30 years, and know of no event just Country. Included New varieties In lint that which promise well and old varieties that have proven a
success
are our give
Commissioners, and County Solicitor. I the virus of the latter being, how morning. Now I am going to see like the present one; 1880 wan a most elf, or only plant tented varieties., AVo Lend you l a,rliHiirn and offer to expeilment the' largest for lint)our and

] 110X84. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ever, of so weak a character that it does whether or not it is ruined by this miserable trying year because of tho cold, but It1'all lost complete collection ever offered 1 by any one Nursery of I'vnches, Jl\pRlIl'lulIIlI,

not affect the animal with the malady, fire." not like the present It did consld-l Japan Persimmons Orapes, figs, Mulberries, Southern Apples, (pears, Apricots,

FREEMAN HALL, but merely renders it immune thereto. The blaze grew hotter and hotter. arable damage" almost everywhere, yet It 'runes, Purans, Walnut, Chestnuts, Almonds, Hardy Orange and Lemons, ornamental
I Repeated experiments made of late< frightened guests rushed out from came with less severity and with less trees, vines, shrulis, etc, and last but not least, hosts, of which we have
A TTORYEY.A T.LA W, have shown that a few drops of blood neighboring hotels in their underclothes.More over 73 varieties, all out-d..or grown, and most kinds Crafted and budded. Our I
damage to the people of the East: Coast
new Catalogue describing detail kind
and
from a horse or any other animal thus 'engines came rushing up. The every variety of fruits and roses ault-
i SVILLF, FLORIDA rendered immune injected into a human crowd grew larger and more noisy. A The two events coming 7 or 8 years able /lIutl.elnllalltlllA'/ Is now ready and will IKS mailed free on application.

'ency for Fire and Accident InHur being suffering from diphtheriaare policeman tried to drive the young woman apart, and the latter more severe than Wholesale mill Itrtoll.' 1'OMONA \VnUI.t"I.: : M'HHKltllS.IAHLKNNV : .

In tho best and strongest comes sufficient to arrest and cure the dis back to a place of safety, but she the former seems to break the hearts "f linker. < .>.tl.OltlKA.". ,V. ... iItIFFIer! I'roi. e
-
ease. Of course it is too soon as yet to stood firm.Finally. some The peat cold of 18.W: was the' -- ---- -- ,- ,

quote the statistics of the few hundred a stream of water, impelled only one for more than 100 year, dating IDrugti VI

'.\\'VE BAY, DADE COUNTV of cures which have been effected in by 150 pounds pressure, struck the devoted back In the history of Florida, If not for Facts Worth Notice !IA .

W EWAN, Berlin and London by this treatment, hat full in the face. It was :'>00 years, and why should the East Patent Medicines
U. S. COMMISSIONER. which is to be fully discussed in all its hurled, ostrich plumes and all into a
Coast be despondent Some, no doubt.
Public State complicated scientific- aspects at the puddle of black, dirty water.
Notary at
ands Selected; Conveyances Large made. forthcoming international congress of "Now," laid the girl, with a sob, will be Inclined to be, regardless of the Hint to tbe Wise Is Sufficient. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

lespondence solicited. Address: hygiene in September at Budapest But "now I am ready to gol"-Chicago history of similar events occurring so

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, whatever the ultimate result of its application hall seldom here or elMe"bt-re. In 18IU, bo DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO REPAIRING Kept constantly on hand at

Office, Ewan's Landing it has at least one advantage cause of the Indian raids In Minnesotaand
over all other forms of inoculation hitherto What Worried Him. the cold of that year, some left all J. B. Scroven's
An old, bedridden fisherman at a Thirty years' practical experience (nullifies
discovered that the matter
-namely,
and (lied back to other state and took
EORGE W. ALLEN, injected into the of the patient fashionable watering place was frequently the assertion that your watches ))nuu HTOKI:.
is free from system and visited during his last Illness poverty and want rather than return, clocks and jewelry will 1 Ira promptly allliIIklllfully I
poison consequently
and left fair fortune behind them repaired at living prices by the Also the latest Newspapers I'eilodl-
A TTORYE1-.A T. A W, harmless.-New York Tribune.A by a kind hearted clergyman who wore a ,
one of those close fitting clerical vent which went to others loss ilfdrrvlnlT. Do umlurklirncd.Itcgistered. call, etc

West, Florida. Vnlqne ITescrlptlon For the Liter which fasten behind. not lone heart, but let hope take a deeper thousands of repaired r
watches since A. I). 1WU, and we still
till practice In the United States A young clerk whose sedentary hf The clergyman saw the near approach root in the future of the East Coast register! many prominentlustrous names, W, H, GLEASON & CO,

I State Courts. and lack of exercise have left him with a of death one day in the man's face and Let It also be understood that such which ale back !25 years TheMe are
:
OjuoOVK asked if his mind was perfectly at ease. ATTOItNKYH IN LAND CASKS.!
sluggish liver and all the evil couseqnences events have a moral lesson for all good Ivln, testimonials of mutual satisfaction -
thereof visited a well known "Oh aye, I'm a' richt, came the as to skill "Straws show which
men, and ought to have for all men, but the winds blow." Best reference TITLES TO SPANISII
B. L. WILLS, physician recently and was advised to feeble reply. way GRANTS EX-
regulate his diet to the utmost plainness "You are sure there Is nothing Iron. alas, most men throw this benefit away, uinlshed. AMIXEII AND 1'KKFECTEI.

nod to take horseback exercise daily. bling you? Do not be afraid to tell me." seeing only the present material good a. W. C. C. BUANNINO,

PHYSICIAN SURGEON, The young man frankly told the doctor The old man seemed to hesitate, and the chief object of life. They are now Tltusvllle, FU. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS -

sVILLE, FLORIDA. that he could not afford to keep or to at length with a faint return of animation living regardless of the life that In to OBTAINED.

hire a horse. The doctor asked him said: come; and to such, when they give up Printing of all kinds done at the Defective
>FFICE Hutchlnson office.In Homestead and Preemption
ADvocATe
:- Avenue near :
"Weel there' that
just ante thing
where he was employed and was told
their
Indian River hotel. earthly hope, they have nothing Entries Corrected and Perfected.
that he was a clerk in a certain i troubles me, but I dinna like to speak
corporation left but a dark future--even despair CUIms adjusted before the Department *
which is housed in o't"
an enormous at Washington.
the the moral of such
To writer part
building on Broadway, and that his "Believe me, I am most anxious to Correspondence solicited.
>!irASPIXWALL, comfort ," replied the clergyman lessons Is not the least of the benefits toe
office was on the tenth floor. you
Quoth the doctor: "That'i just the "Tell me what It is that troubles )'on. to > derived from the same material good, EAU GALLIE FLA.

maL thing. You don't need to hire a horse. "Wool, sir it'* just like this," said but not the greatest good or benefit.

ESTATE & INSURANCE. Walk briskly down the 10 flights of the old man eagerly. "I canna for the ,, Such a calamity should teach men every.

stain three times a day, and it will do !. life o' me mak'.oot boo ye manage tae i where to have treasures where cold and FAIRVIEW PINERY.
I r . intae that waestooat.toTIt.Dita.. I PoorHealth .
ALLIE get
FLORIDA your liver just as much good as if you frost never come; never hurt. It seems

were jolted" on horseback during anhour's Almost, bat Mat Quite. from present reports that the cold at

J" KENNARD, ARCHITECT, The ride.gentleman1 friends will probably She-I think it .U a gross libel on our this place has been less severe than for CHOICE

5 appreciate after they have read this tux to say that women are always thinking miles south of Georgiana. While It may Plants

ORLANDO, FLORIDA. why he persists in walking down stair of dress. become consolation to know this, yet Pineapple *

correspondence invited from those deg at a good gait instead of taking the ele lie-I think so ton There is a time the writer rejoice not In the calamity of

in;:( artistic work, combined with tirs- vator. The doctor added that no exoer when woman put drat almost entirely other place or localities. All have suffered means so much more than FOR SALE.

,*> professional service. else WM more gently stimulating than on ODe a1ck a loan, more or less, and one locality and
fifteen She-WbeD.U that, you imagine-serious Smooth Cayenne Golden
six In Flora
years experience ( walking down stain and nothing more extend
should
be to
}), Best of reference to local and severe than walking up stairs.-N w He-When abo COM in bathing. ready sympathy fatal diseases result from Queen!
I them clients. New York World to all oilier In their present loss Lake -
apl28oct.A York Mail and Abbaka Plants a Specialty.
Express.A Worth and West I'alm Beach have had trifling ailments neglected..

UUE P ELY Shower vt Feather. DU t t-....nt..< MUM* ....,.. the cold from one to two degrees more Don't play with Nature's I*. N ritlCi, Orlando, Tin.I' .
I <>. llo. ."9. octt.tf
"Yea said die tri*** of the
The eminent surgeon Sir Astle I t eveie than here at Georglana, on Mer. greatest gift-health. ___ ___ _u_ __ ___
4U ..
barber stop WM a good bar
ESTATE FIRE LIFE AND was fond of a practical joke. wry ritts Island.
Cooper her bat.w. I.*** t. 14 MA r*. ne if yu art( we.t
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. On one occasion he ascended the chnrc cIWD't Illi...., tots Ld.ets.II (Crowded out of our taut Issue.] eat of(.sorts....11' ... W. L. DOUGLAS
s Mary Public for the State at Large tower of village in Norfolk, taking What M a. W Brown's. .""0..,
mfurmatlon a* to Government and State I with him one of his mother' pillows BO .ppeU" S3 SHOE liTHE *IV.IT .
11)')
$J 00 Reward .
''l- and the wind blow directly to MI1 forges Se ay to a baldheaded csa't .work, ro" A KINO. /
finding
MELBOURNE, FLA. I ciwtaowr that kU ...., Md"
II I II I the feathers next until town be he bad let emptied off handful the p11-(jf today. "-W.*....*... Star The readers of this paper will Le Iron I ble log tbs 1t''llhn.ooa ruts.. rslscaatcAMCtLL..A P.
.... 43s9rlgtlAlfilfunutl4
this -- ---- pleased to learn that there I Is at least one m.dld".I.bIC. M'
local ported
low. The paper .3.V
POUCr.3:
dreaded disease that science Is able t to SOLO.
Iltndvnon ha
shower" of feathers and 3lanager David secured ter*. A few bot- ,
I i "remarkable for cure In all Its stages, and that)II catarrh tie* car-btnent '
a verdict 9X000 damage* against /1-xviArKllwiMfll.
1c offered various conjecture toaoooun' Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cones (ran the .
e for it, and the account was copied Into Charles Cogblaa fur the litters failureto cure now known to the medical frate Bitters 1. w very.'t'rotdiI ttaat ffurtttik '2IIYI BOY3'SCHXLSHCIIl.wnlaa
at the Dnqneana theater
other papers and wan probably reotiT i appear ally Catarrh being a constitutional std 11's '
uEATSTRADEMARK$ ed as a perfectly natural occurrence.Kote .- PitUburg. during the first week in disease, requires a constitutional frost- pleasant take t 3.'l!" 2.14L HC
COPYRJGHTS. and Queries. March last meat Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken I Internally ItsiONO Ol\.,

!' 1.1 ORTA'NA PATENT $ roes I Helen Danvray' starring tour will acting directly upon the blood It Cures /0 ATAI E ..
.
t 'i; and as Ioneu opaloe,writ. t. j Right IMs*. begin on Sept 8 at A. M. Pplmer's thea and mucous surface of the system, .
; .,. .. .
t...;. '*..fa the patent .,:' :Cne.n.unia.anlr.ar.' Right doing i* a very simple thing. bettor a season of two weeks which thereby destroying the foundation of Dyspepela Kidney and Uvcr Over da iwuo.l wpbTussr thee

4u T' 't. 'tit'''alr wioeerornt tldtlal.P.1..A..II.. and....bow....so of ob.IDe i but right doing is not always an easy may be extended. William Gill baa the disease, and giving" the the constitution patient Neuralgia Trouble, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes

:m.er.t fn.. Ay.tra..Mbe.w..rbsn. A straight line ill the shorten farcical for strength by building up Constipation, Dd Blood All ho..
tt thing. nearly completed a comedy and assisting nature In doing Its work. our* art equally MtUfactory
metro
4 ihroo l Y.ns A Co. Hain 1 line possible between any two give her. It will be called "That Sister of MalarIa, Nervous allmeauWomea' Tby |1v* .". beat value tor the. MM7i .
t:.W:C's tnl.al.tb.....1...... A.erlr... ..... matter it wouldbe The proprietors have so much faith lu T" .....1 c..... ..... I. .t,..sad fit.n. .
1-253 widen "'. ..the pets..wan. I point, yet as a practical Hi* Its curative powers, that they offer One compUlaU.C we.rlsg.wlltlos '
:t:: .e1* T-.eMT.n.atotlyUtatrJM.1..6)fartsnyt .,ior Ibs spl i>di4 napw.ti I easier to draw a dozen crooked l line Hundred Dollar for any case that 1& sell! ik.' gesels ;k> ei ">>atl<* .ork in offhand draw. UM lfc. !. All otken are.vaMtivtM. -
I'' : oL an*.saeatiSe u tile than one straight one fall to cure Send for list of testmonl. es weave. sdiwLiitwwva.4supplyyesswins"tiCEO.
The French U
Congo region covert vldbyP"
350 .
*en.x.yc..au.q "* enp.es sent tree. Uar.eti i ellw* e tUiiiMw* row .
iiufYJ, "eMuTkTery* aiuiW enataia*t= I living, but who of n* can walk in that square Address, F. J. CIIKXET CO., Tub P""U/ View. ud book-lr... B. RUMPH
> T otunpbouvrapfe* estimated at T,000,000, but there are
, itV"h p l u.enabliii-Vsridw*iosboo UeML do, O.tyS&hl. CROWN CHEMICAL co. AUTIMORC. Ma
, iffTVt**! way withontjiravering only 800 European in that number. .
g'"u.o ):Yuma pail. Souioo.aT. bj druggist, St, ; Tltusvllle, FlorIda











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4. INDIAN ,RTVKB ADVOCATE, JANUARY 11, 1895.f :).
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President; W. B. BARRETT, Vice-Preideat \
IHDIAH RIYER ADVOCATE. +- paid his town taxes, and that his 'coins that they shall be of full fault. JAMES PKITCHAKD, w, M. BBOWS,Cashier.

I land has been sold fur the stat! value, In order to be a legal tender Governor Mitchell made the following
I rwataLT -
l and county taxes. An ignorant i that is, that a silver dollar shall statement to a Citizen reporter a few RIVER STATE BAM
'. .. lOUIt"AL OI1'OTIO TO Till DEVIL colored man, who owns a house I have in it enough silver when it days ago In explanation of his conduct: INDIANIncorporated

1 oIIVTOTTHIINOtAattEILIDLAaawnata .ICT'OIl. and lot in town, has paid,his town issues from the mint to,be equal in I II "1 was absent la Tampa *hen the application .

I taxes regular for the past sere I value to a gold dollar. i iI for requisition reached TallfiMee. *. ( under the Laws of the State of Florida)

but when be tried 1 to make a I At silver has been subject to I WM informed, by telegraph Authorized capital
fears I II by General Lang, my private secretary, $1 OOOC
i Etttor.................... WAitta 8. OaABAM. on his place few weeks ago, i great fluctuations of recent years, of the arrival: of the papers, and that Paid up capital, (
A.anc&W-1ActorS Manager, Cms H.WAi.ro he found his property had beet I owing to its treatment by the great I II they were In due form. lie asked me if $25OQ:
sold for taxes, due the state and I commercial nations, it might not I had any Innlrnotions with reference .n, Average deposits, $300OQ:
county for seven years in .ue t's. I be practicable for the Congress to I thereto, and replied that I had honored none:
the was
\ Office. : Washington Avenue, Tltuvll ion. It cost him half as much as ; fix the ratio for any -glren period, and whereupon a warrant l requisition ued. --.H ; Transacts a General Bantu

Indian River, Florida. his property was worth to redeem but this power might be delegatedto I "On my return to the capitol t carefully .

the back taxes and costs and 1 secure a commission, lit even to the examined the papers, and found that ; Business.

PUBLISHED EVERY 1RIDAT.f a qult-claim ked from a party treasury department, with power I they complied of In the every act respect of with the. :1A

who held a tax deed on his "llIce. to fix the ratio according to the requirement such Mell. Congress reguUting Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Fi,

'This poor man supposed, when be market rules, and to alter it as the I "The copy of the Indictment appendedto
Cberk ett',maybe matte pa,aM to"Orafcara his the rollecto the show that a cer
paid taxes to town market warranted. With the mints i requisition on J DIRECTORS
A Walton" fiiitilinhrrt and prnprkaws. that he had paid everything that l4pen to the free coinage of a legal) tain day; In McLendon county Texan, JAS.rnrrcnARr>,V.H.HARM I MT?"
anhscrlpt .... Mr Fla ltr and other parties: therein of the National Hank nf Jacks !
was due. tender silver dollar at a ratio even .a I
UrRaxa TiceiTe.ldental
( j
named entered,Into a conspiracy aiuinst L
.
.
Twelve Stx month" -II lo M Many well educated residents rother > as high as the present.market rate, trade. An affidavit also accompaniedthe ( :-4-- __ UKOWS Tackunnville W. 8. GRAHAM tc.t ICORRErOXDP 1

Three .M states who own property 1 In the metal would have gained the irquixltion, mating hat Mr Flagler : "-
Slngl ropy, .. .I Florida suppose the tu receipt chief attribute of money, I. e., the was a fugitive from justice from the 5' 1se -u b Seaboard National Bank of \, n
fled said National.
State of Texas, and had from Bank of Jacksonville :
Strictly In ail ranee. they get from the county collect power to pay debts, and a substantial "
state.
rl .I. 1.TS"\rILT: : E F LA.
is all that due and enhancement in value could .
M The alH>ve rates Include the payment nf f..M- they are never be "Subsequently Mr. Flagler filed in this ,
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: :r':5.:: .o* Hiilmcrlptioni: can cnmm nc any dream their land has been sold for looked for. The ratio could then office an affidavit Mating that he had -- -
g the Jrrar town taxes, until a search of their be altered to the new market rate, never In his life been In the State of -
9 1I1."ntlnuanrfl l nf advts.mnrthemade per-, title is made. and the dollars would Texas, and that I he had never had anbusiness THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
Mnially at thin uHlce or by .rIUng. heavy get at I transaction whatever in Raid
The law should be changed so once into the melting pot for re- state. At this stage of the proceeding, ,

Mr.MHLRI OF that all taxes could be paM to the coinage, to the profit of their hold and a* Mr. Fiiglcr requested a hearinir, Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.aa ,

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, county collector, and he could ers, and with a loss to DO man. By I deemed It my duty to give him such
hearing, and revoke tbe warrant already
AFFILIATED WITH T1IK: hand over all moneys due the sew this tentative process a just! and .
Issued w lilch WM done. It I I. my Intention
1 \nat Editiinnl ..",.,('i.ltioR. erul towns monthly, or oftener, if steady ratio for the coinage of the to set aiUvforthe: healing of the
deemed necessary. This would metals would soon be reached, safe. I cane, of which Mr Flagler and the Mate

Address all commanleattoni the ITujrlto nbolifh the office of town collector, ly, honorably, And with !loss to of Texan: shall! \ have.due: notice.. __
: "1C b". teen said that the requisition
>i, cave the town more or lees ex. none. As other commercial nations -
In this case should not have been Issued
OR.VIIAM A WALTOV, (pence", and relieve tax payers ..f a: adopted our course towards because !Mr. Flagler wan never in the
i great deal of trouble. It would 1 be, the metal, a ratio approximatingthat State of Texas, and could not hate committed i
INDIAN MYFR AmOCATE, a great convenience even to those' of the old standard of 16 to 1 _the otlense ,charged the Indict.

TiTtKviLue, FLOUDA who are well posted In these matters would be approached. Thus the ment. But this I Is not correct, becauseI
had information that
no Mr. Flagler
._ -- -- Lf all tax paying c
(>CB orange growers -@ajr their tended to at one time and at one system! a large supply of the trary, there was evidence before me at
om often the the time that he had been in said state.
properties are Just as gwod ag ever e. Very county money of ultimate redemption
They merely skipped a dividend I hooks and town books are sot openat what has been likened to the broadening It hunt was up not Mr.the Flagler duty,of and the ascertain executive from to FOR SALE BY -

this year; that U all ,tbe same time, and the taxpayer of the base of the tower- him whether or not the charge was true. ED'VV.A.R.D ST7TT.JOXTQ-:: :::: I

instead of being able to pay I would have been attained. If it were the duty of the executiveto The Lumber. Hardware and Paint Dealer.
alt-his taxes at once, can only pay With a safe and acceptable cur hunt up parties for whom requisition
PINEAPPLE and orange: grower his stale and county taxes, and a rency thus provided, it might not are asked and to ask them whether or GOGCXA., Xxi.ca.lcin. River: Fr.o.t.XDA:: :
who have been anxiously exatnln not they are guilty the crime of which
month or two afterwards has to be amiss to permit state bank issues they are charged, there would be but
fug their plantation to .determinethe look up his deeds or mesaocand for Ibcal uses. These notes few, or none, of such fugitives arrested."
effect of the re ent freeze, report Lumber and Honse Building Materials
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that the in evt '''have andl/pay the town collector. The, to be secured as far as they mightbe The Florida Citizen say, editorially: ,
poets
state, county and town taxe: without taking too ,much from
"On the 20th of December Governor
they rtuiTered invaded the this worst territory.defeat There sine should all be payable to one office! the security of depositors. The Hogg of Texas represented to Governor Sash Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement, Nails ul i iBuilders' d
use of these notes would be to prevent Mitchell that Mr. II.- M. Flacler! WM a -
tare believed to be BO rvivors. fugitive from Texas justice, and asked Hard
for while the volume are
THE CURRENCY QUESTION.Newlthat stringency; that he should be arrested in order that ,
: of national notes should adJust
he might be tried M a director of the
lEACH COUNTY MUST PAY: ITS j itself to national demands, as Standard Oil Company. Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty

I the Carlile plan for replacing the ebb and flow of the tide, yet as "Governor Mitchell, M now appear, G. F. PADDISON
OWN COSTS-SO SAYSTHE at that -
government note i sue time had reason to think that
"
in tides there are eddies,:flowing in
SUPREME COURT. with
the opposition of so large a seetioi I :Bow of currency, conditions only paper were correct In form, he

The Supreme court filed, .o* last of the democratic party, that it i fl'' Locally active, may make moneys allowed a warrant to be issued. _r.
'Saturday, an opinion whtah! hart not likely to become a party naeas. am or redundant at different Flagler then Informed the governor that Open Nov. 8thto I
he
had never been within the border of let.
f lb en asked for by Governor.Mitch. ure, alternative U presented o( places, without regard to the gen the Lone titer taU or had relation with May

allies to when the amendments to adoptl..,g-escne combination of tb< eral conditions in the country at anyone In ,the slate, and requested a .

the constitution, adopted at the measures !for the reformatiom of, Large, unless there are local banks hearing; whereupon the governor revoked '

OcUber election, became ,opera. our finsooial system advanced by' ef' issue to respond to local needs. the warrant.
"Governor ilitciell to n* to
southern ADd! appear
tire. western congressmen, A* these notes would not be a legal have acted moat.conscientiously throughout $3f3.
It is held that the eolUtthutloaal or of letting the opportunity alip tender, and would have only a loaslicirculation the whole affair. Believing that
by of putting into legislation Mr. Flagler had been In Texas and $ 0
amendment providing that the anything we see no reason- / consequently -
casts in all criminal eases In whiclthetJefendant favorable to the south or able oblectlon to them. that he niht have violated
the law* of that c commonwealth he
is insolent ,or acquitted west. Wit-em the republican party The objection to the old state granted the order lor hi* arrest; ,but per day.C. .
shall be paid the, assumes coitrol on the 4th of bank notes that had afterward satisfied C
by counties was, they a being that reasonable 23. Ic? OTT, lten.n.r.
.where the crime is committed, March text, no financial schema wide circulation through necessity, doubt existed aa to Mr. Flagler' presence I
opposed by Wall street will have in TexM at any time, he promptly -
and not by the state, as heretofore there being no better but
currency
'
revoked his action. A few have Hotel Ponce de Leon will Jan 16 95
chance. person
open
even a fighting I
This is ,
a very important matter: with a national currency 'in .use as criticised the governor but we think
for Jlrward county, for ,we will Among bills now pending, one well,'these state issues could not I that a more careful consideration of the :
have to-<
recent: Jit nice trial, which runs up; redeemable 'in gold be retired in source of danger and distrust tothe.eountry's I been unjust, and we are satisfied that 3

into thousands of dollara. favor of notes redeemable in srov business, while they the will\ great heartily mass commend of the people him of for Florida his t4.!. Th "ORMOND.JJDetween
ernment 3 eent bonds of low
The -.Supreme court bolds :that per would serve a useful purpose at course."

the amendment went into effect on denominations, strikes us as harIng home.All. The CItizen Is a hearty friend of Mr. I

Oetober.bd. the date it was rati many strong points. The gov these schemes have been advanced Flagler, and It, no doubt, voice the sentiments -

fled by the people, although the eminent uldifco longer be under .by democrats, and it is tobe of every Impartial friend of the the Great Ocean Beach and the Broad,

resolution-submitting the amendment necessity of keeping a large gold hoped that ere the session closes great developer of the East Coast. GOT- Tropical Salt Lagoon, tho Halifax.

to the people provided :that reserve, and the treasury would a aafe, (practical and harmonious ernor Mitchell was wrong in granting

the costs"shall be paid by the cease to be the prey of speculators plan my
counties where the crime is committed Whenever the I notes began to be the statute book. error M soon u the fact were laid before

under such regulation as redundant through shrinkage in him. So the incident ends. SPECIAL RATES Per Week in January anti .1pril.

shall be prescribed by law. ,Of trade, instead of leading to upecu No place in the
Vft wander if the man w-o is to South offers such attractions for a Winter Home as Ormono
course, no regulations can be prescribed lotion putting :the exchanges act as 'Income tax gatherer will ROLL OF IlOXOlt FOIl DCCIMDIU Cottage Lots at all prices.
against us and resulting in the loss
law
by until the next legislature have the cheek to make his rounds issu.
meet and of our gold, the redundant notes ANDERSON & PRICE.
many lawyerswere throughout South Florida, now Managers, Hotel Ormond,
of the that ,the would be invested in these 3 per I Ormond Volusia
opinion
that Jack Frost has levied about! Edith Brannlng, Isaac Lindsay, Katie County Southern FlondLDo
cent bonds and thus retired from
amendment would not become op. all the tariff tbe people can stand. Stewart William \\eihe, Frank Webber, Not Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
erative until h regulations were circulation. When the currency i Alice Sparkman. \\illiam\ lirannlncr
proscribed by law. But the Supreme bt'ganlta be contracted the bonds Claude WaltonI I Osban,-La-Suer ...

court has spoken, and while would again be exchanged for government SOUTH FLORIDA ruined P Why, Gaulden Flora Fulton, Bertha Oliver,
the legal tender DOte less your heart, no. The blue Gratia haling, Ida Revels, Winnie Shultz, ij
payment of costs in the liar-
Laura Revels, Mamie Kay, France .
dee trial will make a big hole in Elasticity -after afety the akin, bright sun, and balmy Mamie Jones Millie Flood, Cecelia Hanson HOTEL

our county finances, we presume most essential feature of a good breezes that make life delightful Willink, Frank Oliver Sammie Cleveland "fit ,

there Is nothing te be done but to currency system, would thus be wenty.fice days out of every Ernest Futch, and John Lindsay.

submit The state has already secured. The notes would circulate month, are in themselves enoughto

paid the costs of the Hardee trial on a par with gold as long as make this section a desirable TITU8VILLU WEATJIEIt UE- tl
the bonds into which placA to live, and as for destruction
but will no doubt collect them back they would POUT. "
from be confertable, would command of crops once in nine yean, that is Royal PoincianaNOW
war county, or at least try to, The following is I a :
comparative
gold at With the something very liable to happen statement -
and in all probability no fight will par. treasury re- of temperature and rainfall for the
be made. hewed from the dangers with whichour nywhere. .No, we are not dii- weekending Wednesday, Jan. 9th, "to.: Ii

present system surround it, couraged. -1894.- -18 5.- ,_
there is but little doubt .
of
DATE "
government MAX. 101 IN. MAX. MIX. II'
SIMPLIFY TAX PAYING. 3 per cent bonds always commanding THE WA11KANT ron All- 8 67 40 11 an OPEN .

gold from abroad At par. REST OF 31 It. FLAGLElt, 4 70 51 60 63 ',. ,
The next legislature should It would be immaterial whether 5 73 59 62 55 ACCOMMODATION
passa
6 *0 61 w : One -
law 5.J: Thousand.
simplifying the payment of the national bank notes, which are Which caused so much comment overall 7 81 68 72 53 r:
taxes. Many owners of property already secured by government the country recently it cow turns 8 7d 62 70 Cl Kate: *4 per day and upward NOW OPENPalm .

In Florida are nonresidents, and bonds, were retired or not. This out was not leaned under a mliappreieo I 0 W 62 78 80
are put to no end of trouble ia pay. could be left to the banks them- lon by Governor Mitchell Perhaps Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 inches. Beach, FloridaHKXRT .

ing their taxes. leI Vel. In view of hi* excellency's! explanation, Departure week : minus from 052 normal Inches.rainfall for the W. MERRIII, Manager.
There Departure
should be no town tax With A safe and elastic 'note It Is from
only fair for the ADVOCATC: to ad. normal rainfall since January lit-
collector; the olllce should be issue for national circulation pro- mit that U may have Uo a little birth minus 0.08 Inches. '

abolished. All municipal taxes vided, the government might well<< I' In IU comment on the a alr. It seems J. E. LASOCKTTB -------- -----
could Just as well be collected by resume its function, 4lee enjoinedby an affidavit accompanied tbe requisition Observer. -

is the county tax collector when he the constitution of coining pallen, in which it WM stated trader The average Japanese god U 60 feet I An electric road will soon be built 'between

collecting the state and county money-1. e., gold and silver-in oath that "Mr. Flagler WM a fugitive hfih.A. New York and Philadelphia CO

taxes This would be much less order that we may be provided from justice from the State of Teas, A 110AC1I F..XTJ=UUS.\TOU. light l1IBpen&1on bridge was built compete especially for local biuines

complicated than at present. Inmost with an international currency. aDd had fled from that Uta." TU M Niagara falla in 1848 and alton'
of the states all taxes W. do favor the of The housewife who ha seen ant and in 1834. removed 300 Rapid Calking MaehiW, [
are not coinage alight was false, but Governor Mitch had payable at one office; but the owner silver dollar, nor do we think reason V> believe the stateaeat was not initiator with contempt every kind of an exter 1inter'. chain. u*>d in by many of the principal boat-buHJa
might measuring
of a lot f in Titusvilie. or that constitution would try the 1aad, was Invited Iin the North. See and te.*
any our permit true; and a* soon as Mr. Flagler satisfied following which The Journal of Chem 111 Edmund Gunter montage pamphlet I
other incorporated town in Flor it, for that instrument not only en. his excellency that he was not a fugitive istry u-i U InfallibU: Put two pounds inI 04. eMcElree 4
ida, pay his town taxes to the town the that it 01 from three to four quart of Over s.a per cent of
joins the
aDd
upon government had not fled from Texas, that he hadnever WUna.ater populattoo of
collector and goes away happy hall it shall j I and a* soon a* It disslovet Philadelphia lift in houses ;
that
coin but
money been la said state, the warrant WM a4 while very hot apply with a brush ODe family having but Wine of Carduland
thinking that .is all there is e.ch.
to do regulate the value thereof. We ouled. Tb fault seems to bar been to ever1apot, Joint or crack where the THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT V* ,
and is startled to find out several understand this to mean that it verrnU are likely to appear. Use It The Japanese lave a bettor
the for
Ola part of tU Authorities of Trxu. on scleatino sale bv the it
}ears afterwards that bt lad only 'hall so regulate the metal In our It wan the "burl; Hogg" who wt a' pantry doors shrives, fcueboaid and OD kitehf other knowledge DatianalIt1 of eartbqU, 6I than any TUusnile following merchant f

: O. Alexander.. fJ

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GREEN CHHISTMAS. those who were prevented from attend weekly There Is a freshness wlUln a time like this that our Merciful '

ing by the severity of the weather and about Jpell:: '. editorial and Father, who had cared for him so tenderly

'following from the pen of Mrs. other causes, as well as by the desire of local pages that Interests one and all. and showered *> many blessings upon COCOA ICE I WORKS\

K, Welles, of Boston, who owns affair those who were present, to repeat the Even the advertisements are attractiveand him through a long and eventful life, ,
River It will on next Wednesday, January 10th. gotten up differently. That the saw best to call him from his earthly
Indian
rtyon no All who received Invitations to the pre. pink paper Is slso read by northern people pilgrimage and labors.. In obedience to OOOO F1.orl.da.: i
be of Interest to those who met dons ball will consider themselves invited is evident, from the fact that recently this summons, he lay down to rest witha I

H elles while In Titusvllle and Eau will without further Invitation. Dancing a letter was received by your correspondent faith beautiful In Its loving, trust In NOW 3N OI'L7It11TION.
commence at 830: and only those from a person In M. Louis, his precious Saviour, Our Lard Jesus

; uplanhlng-the air redo- floor rearing masks will be allowed on the Michigan, In reference to an Item In the Christ Mar we trust and believe that G. G. 1'1LIi G'I. .
.iintalns blackbird's before supper. notes from this pUre. The pink paper the Lamb's Book of Life has been opened .
If A trill. A
pine. The should be called "EnatCoast Advocate and before the of Clod!
seat Manufacturer
house-boat, Buckeye with Its judgment/ -
with a girl swinging In attendant -
fe drws, an launch, Clifton for It really takes la all the Interestingand he has heard the welcome, glorious verdict -
under a trellis of arrived at Eau
doorway boughs weighted yellowe with Oallie, from Hobe Sound, last Monday most Important news of the Indian, "Well done, good and faithful sercant ICE: & DiSTrijiJE WA'T'ER
orange lillsboro[ and H.tlifax river towns enter thou Into the of
fruit for a background, where afternoon, having on board Mr. T. A. as joy thy
!pray; moss swayed to and froantum Snider, of Cincinnati, and as guests )Ir. well as Lake Worth and Biscayne Bay. Ixml. ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
and Mrs. J. E. Snider It was the pleasure of some of your
of
Toronto
hammocks from the Canada -
great On Wednesday the 2nd W. A. elser
,
and committee to hare known Mr. Dale for
their sons, Me- rn. Harvey and Esq., of I'hll"tlelphhreturned to the jy Refrigerators, Ice (bests, Frrexcrs anti Water Coolers.
the and to have been
Lre will be strawberries on the lUrtley Snider; )Ir. and Mrs. harry L. past tight; years,
Coronado hotel
bringing with him his
I 4 table this morning, and a sandI Feeler, of New York; Miss Margaret friends Professor / tht'.lt'lItl'n. Intimately asso 'IUd: with him in the
t Shcpniil the
Gibson work of Sabbath tichool and churchIn Lake
of Cincinnati : Worth Ice Works
for dinner with ; Bias Hannio
I F'lorida'sturkey, ; Brown ist, and Dr.lley, lath of Atlanta. Tltustlllolien dear old
of Newport our pasor : ,,
Ky. Miss Minnie(
in "White then ;
sail Wings
a on They came to have an evening of music,
I Bow'rim, of Toronto, Canada MissMahtl ( the 15ev. John Koy, preached his
the evening, on phosphorescent ; at the of )Ir. elwr.. who had
request
first In this and
Snider organizedthe
sermon city
MIIIII Polly Snider and Mr. Ed. PALM lltiACH I FLA.
stayed at the hotel before and
truly a first PrcsbMrittn church of Tituslllc ,
Snider, of Cincinnati -
irre will be no stockings hung O. The party will
up plendld treat those
was then
prellt'lIlThe Dale
\ Brother active and
I remain in this for was an
vicinity week
for there a or two
Jliristma are no chimneys doctor! was prevailed: to give
to allow the upon ; interested helper In the work, lending
gentlemen to In
Ltb Snow lorida. One; man no sleighing says he,saw for snow there duck shooting on the Banana Indulge river, after some did Shtkespvailtn In fine : As recitations for whichhe lilt support bv kin presence, counsel! and
the
which they will visit. stlo. professor, purse to the building up of the Master's HIGH GRADE
Ormond. FERTILIZERS
inter; It came in on the top of a he proved to lie a master" In the art of cause In our Ix'.iutifiil little city on the !!

it car from the north. I elocution. His rendering of a piece "On banks of the Indian JlVt'f. Ills iltliful-

I the long line of freight sweeps by, board the Revenge," from Tennvson; ness In attendance: upon Sabbath: Itool
Juno.
ri II charged with fragrance.; These I and "Sam Welles valentine," could not and church IIt'rvll'I's1l'ai 11l"H'I'rblI.! and MANUFACTURED BY ---
ipmenta for the north-crates and have boon surpamicd. Mr. W. J. Springer
nis example in this respect has Win an
i of oranges and lemons and grape. I The of Washington, sing a* did his sister -
weather Is now beautiful and Inspiration to many In Iliis school, and
[with a sprinkling of pineapples A pleasant. Miss Kate Springer, AtHnta, who will ever commend ilstlf to those who Chapman & Sudlow
I carload of violets-field violets In received great appluise.' : The Sharp treasure his as onv worthy of ,
nuinory
Iber'! Another of roses for Washn Mr. J. F. Highsmith spent a day on family, with tlute, violin and piano: performances emulation He also had served the

the lake recently. songs and recitations, sustained 1'. S. Government, as. employee In the South Jacksonville, Florida.
I land of the mysterious Influence Uncle "Dud" their reputation as entertainers, mall .
Fields Is down with a department, over tWl'nly-tive )ear
I Gulf stream I Nature, thou art and at midnight the party broke '
up ,
cold
and han
severe a sore hand. ( es of IolitlealadminlstratIoncanteand
list that thus makes an arlsto- greatly delighted, and all three of the For
went, but his faithful discharge of Oranges Vegetables and
ff one state and a beggar of another. I Moonlight nights in Juno once more. gentlemen promising the next dxy to his duties as a public sonant aotunil Pineapples.
hr prude Berkshire is grime at this I Why not /get up a beach party ? send their families to Coronado. him horn molestation. Quiet and unol

pij, under her mantle of snow,; Mr. W. I. Metcalf and in tuiKlve In his intiineis. friendly and! ---
son were
smiles with air -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas.
( Florida a dreamy Juno drew (:-
recently, on business. sympathetic in his nature, he to

rig her perfumes like and the scattering siren that she hers Mr. :John J. of Fort Pierce. himself mnny filends who esteemed him Dealers: all kind of Haw Material(: such ni Snip. Potash, Kalnlt, Callow,
recklessly, Haley, Riviera, was at ,
and who miss his cheer- Seed Meal
the highly, friendly, Nitrate of Sonia! etc, 'to.
Bcl- court house
ow will a Henry George or a Saturday last
ful /greeting and pleasant ways. Bone 'ground and steamed In the factory In three different gilsts.C2P .
|-uljl18tthiS ? Mr. J. Capt. Saunders left for Eden last Tues I it resolved this Sabbath
live in Florid all could W. Burnett, of Riviera, was in Therefore, by Send! for Pamphlets and Pi'lies.
not
I -
m:ty attendance at the lodge last Saturday. day. School, that In the death of Brother .
I they would-and the Gulf stream i
Dale the school has lost one of Its most --
:
Messrs. Nelson A Miles have Into
lit Get Geo. Edwlck gone
run up to our beloved Beikbut to play that "NewYear" the business faithful workers, the church an exemplary -
woos the siren who glow at on the guitar for you-It is oyster and dl'v..tl'clllll'mbt'r, and the state

Ijiroacb, while all the world turns I Immense. Mr. Howso, of Lake Worth, paid this a worthy citizen, that these resolutions J. W. Y. Stelfox

fnire. and Ilgh'Florida -' I Mr. Hans Peter Larsen was at the town a flying visit last Monday.The be set upon the records of the Sabbath :,,

4 fair Florida P tIthe court house several days of the past Temperance Guild held their School. Also a copy lie sent to his fam-

height of the summer solstice, week. meeting last Saturday evening. Quitea ily, and the town papers IHJ requested to
f eath may have too much of fervor, number attended. publish the same.Itcspcctfully HARDWARE
jever hay hidden In her hem; but Flocks of ducks can bo seen daily in submitted by your com- } 4.-
flows this and BO sends out the every direction on the famous Lake Mrs. Webster, of Eden, has been hereon mittee: !
Worth now. a few days' visit to Mrs. baunders. UKV. W. T. VKAIK. .
g, balsamic odors of her woods, and 'I
our nostril with the red bay and Mr. Snider and a friend of his from She left for home Tuesday Mn. Oro. B. HUMPH.MKS. =ai. O-allio, IFlorid

lenimmon. You remind her of the Hobe Sound were pleasant callers at Miss Lily Bell left here, Wednesday, E. S. WILKY.

,i of her swamps, but she laughs Juno Saturday last. for White City on a visit to her sister, Cook Stoves, 011 and: Wood Heateis: Farming Tools Poultry Netting, Ar.-
oints to her silver and crystals niunitlon, Tin and Tinware. I ialvantzod Sheet Band and hound
: Iron Ualvanlux
you The Jupiter & Lake Worth train Mrs. Merriwether, of that place. THE rilKHZn AT IHSCAYNi: ;
where gazing down Into theirs brought over number Boat Material, Hopes and all\moat goods and cast nets, Paints, Linseed Oils, HaniOP
quite of tourists
s, dazzled by the gleaming jewelsr the past week. a The young pines are not damaged to HAY. Finish, etc Galvanized: Knapsack: Sprayers, $,&'00.
bosom, you are fascinated and any extent here, but it Is too early to
Always pleased to and
solicited
K. Always and ever alluring you, Wash Jenkins spent a day down on give an opinion as to the damage doneto quote prices, correspondence

[you give yourself up to her, and the lake, In the vicinity of. West Palm the older ones Our Biscayne Bay correspondent down says the: ,. .. .. ... .. .
"The cold Injured slightly to ----- ---- -- ---- -- -
n her dreams, and lull your achingnto Beach, one day last week.
Messrs. W. and J. Oeddes Killed few tomato
Chapman ground. very or egg/
blissfulness within her lotus
? Mr. Nelson E. Cowles, of Hobe Sound, went fishing at the Inlet last Sunday, 'Ianu. Lowest rating 27 degrees. InJury
attended the usual monthly meeting of and In a few hours landed seventy-five not near as extensive an In 1S80. Florida Fruit Exchange.

Harmonla Lodge on Saturday last. pounds of sheephead. How ID that for We have great reason to bo thankful.

St. Lucie River. good tItJtSOLUTIONS Fish were chilled so as to become dorm-
There was a drummer in town a few
days ago representing the popular grocers ant, and the younger cocoanuts on the An Incorporated Horn AuorUIInn of Onuipd nrnwcra for marketing Florida mill to tin In*
trees are dropping. The trees have all Ul/tl> CATUAU .:N>,IX .
) weather Is just delightful, at pres.freeze of Jacksonville, the C. B. Rogers'Co. OP ltior.'CTTO survived; in fact, have hardly changed IIOX MATJRUr.-Th.: exchange ,. fully prenarwl to supply IKJIM and paper| on onler.
write for
W. K. I>ALK.It their color. No frost, but Intensely cold prloe lint natwmi. -. nrritERH: : >-
Mr James Causey has got his old nnrthwest wind. All the citrus fruit on OEO.: n FAIRKANKSYreaident D' ORPFM ) {'irepre.l.tAIJtrot'rM.lvl'wrsn'IMgr.and7ree. .
that had short time
:
s we a violin tuned up, and we boys will have Is sad to to this the trees Is uninjured, and the most ; | .. M. 1'. TI'ItaKitiewretsry.:
as i not done much damage in our duty announce 1.lIIt-roK.-U": K. r.'lrh. ., .
very have nk Alarhns ooiinly; K O. Hill, llnulford muntri Dr. F 1::
fruit
lion, only to the vegetables. some music again during these dull even- Sabbath School that it has pleased our highly tropical trees escaped. Vrstt. !itIttatmmnntyJehnyahaulakeeauatylly'ruteher; Orange county: _. r,
Heavenly Father to remove from our a.It.'M..dloner. comity! A. Ilnuly, llrrvr. l county f.O. fUuiw>.., C. V. Iltltyer. Mri._
W. Kltching's house Is Ings.Capt. county, John M Hryun. leuwtlseneutyt I ; W. K. HUiiUm, llitnsm county) M. H. Momiuui.. tU.
new near- midst our brother and co-worker in this Notice has been received at this office : j
Smith itlelt 'I
came up from Hypo- Johns county; e' r A y, Vt.Imub l county; Irving kirk, folk county.Aililnw. .
bmpletlon of the outside carpenter luxo Beach in his schooner last Monday school, Mr. W. E. Iale. He had reachedan that, owing to the late freeze, the .. si I corrv j>on L and it will not take long to finish morning, to attend to some business at age past the three-score years and South Florida Fair Association meetIng with full packing and thlipln Inntrui tluni, furnliheil on appllcatlttn| UecTuiart
side work. the ten, and those infirmities which age at Orlando, has been postponed until
countYleat. ,
-- -- ----- ----- ---
t re Ire quite a number of pleasure brings to us were coming upon him. It March 10th.
and yachts owned northern We are exceedingly glad to inform our
by
Junoites that Judge A. E. is
ri, on this river and thes Heyser .
already, RAY & .
DAY "
are having a fine time hunting rapidly gaining strength, and will, no ... a=
"thing. doubt, be with us all again In a short ,


noticed a very fine house going up time.Mr.
Emanuel Peterson and
family
a San Lucie and after are
Inquiring
rued it was Mr. Kea'i, who bought/ now quartered at the Lake View hotel, -- -- -- = =-==.: TITUSYILLE FLORIDA.Hardware
and when Mr. Wash Jenkins moves .
there last winter. His willre ,
family down to West Palm Beach to Into the
go
shortly, and will their the Standard
occupy Planting
f csldeace for the winter. hotel business, Mrs. Peterson will run
the Lake View

i were glad to see Mr. O. 1:, Wood
Mr E. Lee Juno's school teacher
,
returned
U us again, since the freeze, look. .. .
liter from Bay Biscayne the latter ",
his fine
pineapple plantation,
T I he expected to find in a very bad part of the past week, and re-opened his '. I All hail Columbus! Behold the
school last
again Monday with
a good
Lion, but to his it
surprise, was
M badly damaged as he had ex.II. attendance. Mr. Lee spent his Christ great navigator as he lands. The ,
mae and New Year down on the bay.
perils of the deep arc past. The

Coronado Beach. clouds of fear have vanished. OuTLEE JC -.
Eau Gallie.
The of has ended.
night gloom
AGENTS FOR & Dick's Celebrated Reliance
0 L. Gaulden of Tltuiville Mrs. Auslin has returned to the Baker In the heavens the sun of success Banmgard
was
,
f tor to our town last Thursday. cottage Lake Helen.A after. spending a few days in shines resplendent. Morning has Cutlery. Richardson Saws and Tools ; Joe Dawson Hammock

C i Indian River

St. Augustine Steamboat, has taken Comp'ysei the 500 pound party bear of hunters a few miles recently from killed Coronado a- dawned. Hoes ; White Mountain Co.'s White Mountain Cream Freezers.

)t the steamer White-an excel- last week. Imperiously the banner of
xutotUution.Jo .
I -
Flagler steamer will I Surf bathing Is almost as much of a haughty Spain greets the day
Courtenay re-
: feature at Coronado now as it was during
her old run from Cocoa to Eau the summer. light. Upon its fluttering foldsare F.
.J this I F. CLARK
week, the steamer Delia to c.E.
daily trips from Cocoa to Court Ladies and getlemen seem to enjoy inscribed the destinies of a E. .
the use of the Bowling alley at the hotel.The
I alley Is far enough away from the new world. Its gleaming surface
'
Join Green
master of Sarno, left hotel to prevent the noise of the bowling Ja.cksonville.
,ew York last Monday, to complete being a disturbing element. marks a long advance In the evo. J. :
purchasing of furniture and furnish-
tor his new hotel and cottages, Many of the visitors from New Smyrna lution of the human race. It

1 1'' h* expects to have ready for the i drive over nowadays, and when they
of
tells
K,< about Feb. 20th learn from experience how muck wanner a story prophecy unparalleled FURNITURE and CARPETS.

Kiu Gallle Base Ball Club, Billie it Is on, doubtless the beach than they will It Is be In over the Interior to of developement unap.

'aptain, will play the Melbourne proached in the fullness of recorded
Ball flub, Jan. 17th, for the cham- ,
stay.The Wholesale and Retail n --- ---
rip >f Uretard county Little Wil- Chicago; excursionists, who came time. It crowns with

'mbes' pitcher; Joe Smith, first up from Lake Worth to Coronado on
f Mount, umpire for home Tuesday, were delighted with the beach, triumph the efforts of genius. We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for thft
I and four of them who went In surf bathIng -

W Beers, of the Flagler Railin said the water here was much warmer The World's Fair contained no finer statue of the great Kant' Coast )Jurer .
than it Is In the eastern/ watering

lpree town of workmen on Thursday.building He plat-has places in summer. discoverer than this colossal figure. It commanded from its OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.1Ir .

;1 lI.d i station at various places be- One night during last summer the traveling pedestal the eastern entrance to the Administration build-
'I '(mond and West Palm Beach, I agent, of the J., St. A. A: I. K. j : Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return maL

; .., -uion of which keeps him con- railway lost a ten dollar bill outside the Ing. The majesty of its dimensions the vigc. and aggressiveness
Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
Our
found the
the more. hotel in the dark,-which was
and the artistic finish of its com
the hotel of its expression
next day by one of the boys at ,
( E
I and i Bowden wife, and and Mr.wife D., Mr.C. Drake G. II. and lady returned from Washington to the owner.lost On a five Saturdaya dollar position made it admired as a genuine sculptural triumph.

rite *U of Southampton, L. L, are bill In the hammock, on her way from

'j.1 at hem" brought,the and Hotel their Granada.guns and dogs The New early Smyrna.the boys were The next out looking morning for quite it, Another Standard Proudly Displayedat Lots in West Palm Beach .

,), are having fine sport and on her plate at the breakfast table
Mr. and Mn. White leave for was the lost five dollars Whether it la the Fair wu that ol

a few days I rigging up a sail wagon to run before the Agent for the Lands in Dade County of -.wFlorida

: sl' dance and card party was wv- wind om the 'beach, or hunting lost PowderA

( ."..J Casino last Friday evening. I money, those boys are wide awake. Dr. Prlce'sCream Baking Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co.

3.& management have very kind. They comtlnue their studies yet they

:: sreo..*? the,use the of balance their hall of on the Satnlngs sea1 -- find gathering time for Tare lots collection of adventures of sheila., and are Standard of Excellence for Forty Years.It Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co,

ti'1 k" evening' of social Intercourse, When the mail Is distributed at Coronado -
Lake Worth Land Trust New Rim Land
",all our citizens are Invited. on Fridays, there Is always an eagerness was the standard of unequalled strength, perfect TrijsL
our town will also be welcome of the East
,gatherings. Coast to-fhe see ADVOCATE.the pink paper It only shows purity and wholesome results. The award to Dr. Price' ol Late Worth: Properties: : t i *,

seas attending the New Year what pluck and enterprise can be accomplished highest honors at the Fair furnishes conclusive evidence of Lake Worth Aft for tM U..r..1 Leaden Globe lammac C*.
.: has instead of the tame news found '
Induced the
tccede to the ItnportuniUes tuan- the "patent Insldes" of most Florida its supenority over all other baking powders. Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT; West Palm Beach. Fla.



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i 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 11, 1893.WOND2R3 .


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M Notice. nine TO OUR IAUIKS. ALEX KIAR. anti: ) '\ "
AlvTnfisrri. TEe mission schooner +

brought dysentery diphtheria, measles take notice NEAR & TAYLOR
month"
six
rnnrrroml that all its
will present! to
and influenza, and now comM the new VI fjr;ur date I henwif 1 w III flle my final a-coiinailnilnl The ADVOCATK (Successor to John MCAI
that many of the miserable survivors a. tratrl of the saute rf Howard readers who call for same- :,
W. :Maine, with the llunnrahle :Minor ". J..nnmintT .
(about 70)) have been attacked with malignant (. Judge of s.id ennnty, and pay for my:; "Song of Indian River," with music Artesian Well Contract
typhoid, to which 19 persons i final: ,imsclurgsformtime I: admlnliitrairU I ft salt cent each. h

"I' ______ __ Gazette.have already succumbed.-Hawaiian wtate. CEALIA B. MA1XE, Postage"Hints one on Pineapple Culture," a 10- iTnovM EAU GALLIE. FLA,

!t '4 OF CRATER MOUNTAIN. This Ot. Is, 11196. AilmlnUtratrlx. page pamphlet Postage one cent each. TITUSVILLE
octI9-W- BAKER;
?
and Winter Homes In Florida
A Drectiot Into the Wonderful Interior A IfCobbleGraager.. R..I_ "Summer .
tlnd ..Ir..... A with 20 small\ illustrations
M
r told me the other Notice.CREDiTOtn ; a map C. F. FISCHER, Propri.

Crater mountain Is 1 one of the Uma- day he got an elegant snit for only $8. Postage one cent each.

tills Indians' great spook depots from I Stone Great Boott I I didn't know he I regattea:-;dlotrllmtees, and all "Game Haunts of Florida's East Cakes, Pies & Confectionery a Sptcfc(

nncient time Bncks that are now white was married.Clothier and Furnisher .,' claim or demands against Coast," a pamphlet of 10 rage Postage I
with the hoary front of many winter the enttte of Il. T. \ohe, are reqnlrwl to All orders in our line prnmp:
nivwnt! their claim to the undersigned', within one ceut.ramphletl. attended I
recollect hanging in the trees tightly CHICAGO to.
PROVERBS. one jrear from expiration of this advertisement and of the East Coast
strapped to their caning boards while I I. e, March Int. 1596 or the same will' lie maps I

their mother roamed the forests in Fortune teller talk to long ears. owing pleaded said In .bar estate of .their.. required demands.to make. All payment persona of Florida. FORWINES I

search of game for the lords of creationor Don't take tips from flattery' tongue. at once to the undersigned Give lots of information to those seek

wood for the tepee and from infancy The beat fighter wear the fewest .fHEART I. J. BTRER Ing homes In Floilda. and SPIRIll

love to relate how the Great Spirit spoka feather Rohhlna & Graham Administrator Send stamps to pay postage.All .
to them with the awful voice of terrific Att'ys for Adm'r. Jan4-marl
Much of the future Is in the schoolteacher' DISEASE! the above are free BEERS
thunder in the bowels of the earth. II H'= ,

Many are the stories and legend of In. hand Flattering l No Appetite Could Not Notice.

dian lore told of Crater mountain.One The cutter is not to blame for the fit Sleep Wind oo 5tonuch. W H HARTLEY, CIGARS: ETCOF I

of the favorite one Is told of a of a borrowed coat
the estate
IL claims against
tiersnn* having : THE FINEST QUALITY
great war between the fchoshones and Don't cheapen yourself by tendering "For a long time I bad a terrible A of Nell (lime, late of Ilrevard dully Watchmaker & Jeweler ,

Umatillas When the Umatilla had unsolicited advice. pain at my heart, which fluttered al. athentlcatmltothe deceased, are notified nnrieniiirned to present or them to Minor, I 00 TO I

conquered their foe, they proceeded to Some mighty good climbing has been mo Incessantly.. I had no appetite 8.Jone. IM\, .ttorney..t Tlnuvllle,I la.,within Lesley & Renaker
BULDING
POSTOFFICK
slaughter old and regard 1 of would be com the time >recrllied liy law or this notice will
young done in cowhide boots. andedeitupInbed and lie pleaded /, bar of their recovery, and all:' person
Ono beautiful Shoshone belch gas : Florida. Families Supplied.
lieS maiden Indebted to said estate are requtred tomake Now Smyrna
seeing that death was Inevitable from More than one man has fallen from from my stomach until I thought Immediate payment to me or said at-
the force of his own blow. that every minute would be my last. torney. -: :- py-Our I.ocl'IIII"s nnd I.UII
tier pursuing foe, plunged headlong In. There was a feelllng of oppression This jsth day of Xovemtier, tAA4.CIIARUS. Will be Ready by Oct. I. SlmninQ! "?
to the burning crater and iustantly the Some folks are like rocking chain, about my heart and i was afraid to I COOPER Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty side Washington ave., between I ?.J

volcanic eruption coaxed, much to the full of motion without progress draw a full breath. I could not sweep nov3n-8w Administrator. Attended I:. W..depot and ADVOCATE Mock
Order
consternation of her who a room without &y :Mall Promptly
pursuers, on resting. My bus i
the following day found on looking A Clown's Testis Death. band Induced me to try to. Give me a trial. Seventeen year
Sheriff's Sale.UXI'I.R experience in the Elgin and Waltham ORLANDO NURSERY
down the chasm of inky darkness, a roftpIeiKieut Anguste, the great French clown, Dr. Miles'\ Heart watch factories. ,
light with the form of the whose reputation was European has Cureand ,
and by virtue of a certain writ of '
JAS. MOTT
Shoshone; maiden in the midst of the come by his death in a circus at Dresden am happy to say it has cured ,.. and execution issued out of pi op:

Apparition. They told it to their dusky under circumstances peculiarly dramatic me. I now have a splendid appetite I certain tbe County Court therein fur Hravanl county whereinllodprn In a 0 L ALEXANDER. r: ORLANDO, FLA.

warriors, and to this day Crater mountain fie was making one of his usual and sleep well Its effect was truly ft caune Ootl'rey are dcienmiiug plalntllT| and I'. U.Myera ,

Is looked upon with reverence from ants do carpo, amid the applause of marvelous" : defendant I have levied upon and will Orange Trees,

ail Indian point of view. 1'ie crowd when with an awkwardness MBS. HARRY E. BTARR. PotUvlUe, ps.Dr. I .front..11". the of the hlicheKt court and hoiiM 1 liet bidder d,">r at for Tltimllle cash In, Store. Lemon Trees,
Corner
The following 1 Is from the diary of that wa irresistibly comic, he fell fIe Miles Heart Cure Is sold on a poeltlve I tlorlda, spun the ant Monday In telimary, Drug Grape Fruit Tree

the lIon. J. A. Wright: "Crater mountain not only fell, but on the ground indulged nartntee" drv..I.taeelllt.U1.that the first bottle. l ttlee will for beneflt.IS. or erty A I>of lcn5 the, the:defendant following, to-wlt dew. rlmmlpersonal: fifteen hundred: pro: |>- Smooth Cayenne and Abakka t?:

is located Rome 11 mile from the in contortion that delighted his Itwill beernt pryn ld. on receipt of price share of the I capital stork of the Maids I (oeiiioHilltan Florida. apple Suckers
bj the Dr. Miles Medical Co, Eikhart Titusville. .
lad. Immigration Aoclati, s -
coniorapald.
of the Month Ride public, and, to all simulated |
Cornucopia crown
on ,
camp ti.n under the laws Finrida. with 'headuar fears, Peach and Persimmon Tm
of tho range, whose cap are tipped with death lying rigid and motionless in themiddle ten at White City. 'f said: shares being fully I
Vines
Niagara Grape
eternal mow. Many chasms and flsnnrc Of the arena It was the supremeart Drags Medicines Etc.
JAMES: E. BOWMAN
(rave in the mlHty past cleft the mountains of clownery and was recognized Rolililn A firahain Sheriff Brevurd Co ,

and left them in tho most fantastic rewarded by the applause of an intelligent AXOTJII UAI..IUASlUB AT Alt')'. for I'lalntllTs. jan -febl.Commllllloller'1I \Ve Lend In a General Line of Ninnj

tftiaX s. Vegetation censes to grow audience. They had seen him do I3AU OALLIH. i # # # Of all Kinds. Stork.

after a certain helghf is reached! and this kind of thing before, but never HOwell

close under the base of one of the great However as he remained motionless Sale.UimElt Fine Stationery Toilet Articles Etc. Fruit
Owing to the Inclemency of the wealh Grape LemdHARH
jx>aks is the famous extinct volcano. a groom went up to him amid found er and the consequent inability of a ,

Ashes and lava are found in grout pro- that again and for the last time he had great many of our out-of-town friends to ; "and'hy Judge virtue of Ilrevard an order cminty made, exercising by-

fusion and in inch indescribable masses deceived his public. The vertical column be present at our last masquerade ball, pMliate jurlHdlLtlon, I will sell at

that it makes the ascent one of peril wan broken and tho man was deud He and to many pressing requests, we have pulillo. In outcry front of to the the .hlichet;,.,rt houxe and best door bidder at Titunvlllr. forcash THE J. S. JOHNSON CO. LATE ORANGES,

and great difficulty.; However once at was known as a French clown but his decided to repeat our entertainment of lorMa, .lurlnif! the legal hour of sale, on

the top, a potk down into the black name was William Bridge. It Is not New Year' Eve in every particular on the fourth day of (elinmrv, A I> lt*'>A, tlw follow- r Manufacturers _
evening before the 10th of this month. ngilpM riled = :belonging to the rotate of We order In advu I
; are now booking
athomlcss abyss supplies the most inort easy to create an entirely new circus H. T yobs to-wlt; The aouthhalfofth

>id mind with all the sensationalism clown and poor Anguste did that- The positive date will be announced ., northwest quarter. of nectlon IS,townnhlp 21, NETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc. for Fall and Winter Delivery atr i
later. All holding Invitations to our uiith range 35 east containing 20 airen; the ,
necessary for a lifetime. A favoritemUUM'WQnt Part Letter. New Year's ball will please consider east-half of the northeast iiiarter| of aectlon 11: trices.
was to throw rake down I towninlii 21, aoiith ranee J-l east containing XOairtn -): ALL RINDS (:=
Jicniselvcs imrlted
most
cordially new ; and the cant-half of the noiitliKent quarter
nnd listen to the *ound* a* they struckon Swiss Retaliation.Since Invitations being deemed unnecessary. of the northeast quarter of section 11.: township Our Stock is of the Finest in (Mill
Nets and Seines Made to Order
the projecting Hide of the dark chimney the famous Meline tariff of 1892 :!: 21, Miuth range 34 east, containing JO' arms, '
Respectfully, leI In all three l.0 and situated
trart ,
until the sounds died away leaving became the law in France the commercial CASINO MAfiOFMEvr. I" llrevard mg county, tlorlda acre Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle especially Write for mites and Description

nothing but for the mystified explorerto relations between that country and for Florida Trade.
Eau Qallle Fla., Jan. 3, 1M::>. ROBERT rEVTLA\r W. W. HAWKINS & SOX
geese it had reached tho bottom. Switzerland have been the cause of .. RahhinatOnham; Commtmiloner. '
Many have been the stories circulatedof much vexation oil both sides The Swiss AU')'. for Adm'r. JantfelitMinster's Depot for Fishermen's Supplies GEORGETOWN Fuimiu.

the wonderful cavern that extended are determined to retaliate by every C.i.sOFCARDUIaTonic, for W_ ...o. 121 South Stl'eet.prOlllJ.j ,

from the side of the great chimney. A means in their power. The latest enactment Sale. \! Baltimore. Md. HODGES & GODFRil
stout cable w a* ,provided and a basket of tho federal government is directed :The government of Brazil has abolIshed -

swung from a pulley. The Hon. Joueph, against the French newspapers the bonus, which it has been payIng I
\[>LR and virtue of decree of fore-
Jf'th' camera and notebook was carefully some of which have a considerable circulation the steamship companies for bring- U liMiire and: by tale Imued out a of the (.ircultourt I FRUIT VEGETABLESAND Manufacture; of

loWWeeJ oino 378 feet when ho noticed in French Switzerland. Hitherto (' for Ilrevard county In (.han..lo. : ,
lug over Immigrants. therein,herein W.Tuttle la I
cauxe Dwight comil -
- an aperture in the Hide of the these papers have been dispatched in ilnant and Mattie h Blair I hi defendant, I will Yellow Pine Lumber r

chimney, and by signals agreed upon a bundles by the trains. The moment the .,'II at public U'U"D In front of time court reuse -
The New Year .h.,.
In Titusville on the Unit Monday In
halt was called in his downward career, new law is put in operation they willno rebmarvAD lifti during the legal hour of ROUGH DRESSED

and he crawled through a cleft in the longer bo permitted to enter the mile, to the highest and bent bidder for cash, t *! PRODUCE *t
the following crUied of the defendant Orange Horn: iretuls,
property
Finds Hood's Sarsaparilla leading!
In this Each must tdeT
great chimney and the work of explo country way. copy ,- weKt-half lot 4, of section -
small fete of 1 centime., It i true everything in tho way of medicines In ."', In a Including Fhllt ft Vegetable Crtl*
ration la'gan. The first light that wet hill pay a towmthl uIh'f: oor t. TAKEN INExchange
"l'dJoxcellInlC '
nutouifhud most that a centime is only about a fifth of a three important| particulars, namely I all' the l accretion lot*. Lumber delivered at any part ot Iniliu h'on .
was a stupendous
gaze looel's! harsapaiilU has however from the land above ilescrllwd 1 thrnneh Mil of lading. Anyone outer"*
chamber, from whoso mighty dome half penny but tho new tax will proo 1. The largest Bale In the world. It lots mix and morn of block 2K, and lot ForWHISKEY log building! on the tact Coast,world: low>
hung stalactite of great beauty which tically raise the price of French half me and twelve of block 2'J of the lUb-dtvlidon of write for tirloes The Kawinlll in situatelatJ. -
I accomplishes o..l by ., T. & K W Rj.,9 miles south if I UtLi:
va enhanced by the light of the candle penny papers to a penny and of penny 2. The greatest cures in the world look 0, on page 74s, of Ilrevard CUllnl,10..

and fairly struck terror to hi* heart i papers to 8 halfpence. A very large It has The*land, thirtv-one to Iw old acre,containing, and Iwing lee at. the Canaveral exreplon Satsuma ]lights, Putnam coFl

n* the flickering candle seemed to possess number of French papers nowadays be- 3. The largest Laboratory in the Bight In Ilrevard county lorlda.

tho power of some unseen hand long to the first category, and of theseit woild. D. UflAlLPFX.
that made million of the brilliant stalactite will be soon the price is to be exactly What more can be said ? Hood's Sarsaparilla jan(-febl Special Master. YBWANKLYN J. H. SANDERS I

dance in resplendent beauty. A doubled: -London News has merit; is peculiar to itself, ,
and most of all, Hood's! Sarsaparilla -
owl blinked at the astonished & CO. Dealer in
great snowy Sherif Sale.UM -
cures If you are sick, it Is the medicine I
Joseph An Aged, III10lat..r'Voul.lr.. ,
for you to take.

The explorer groped his way to tho Phebe Irwin a spinster of 65 years >tR and by virtue of execution limned i, Jacksonville, Fla' DRY GOODS NOTIONS

far: cud of the chamber where ho brings suit against the Rev. Christopher DO YOU 'ini SI:I:n'l of the (_ounty (ourt fOf Hravard county ,
In two call therein between
thought he heard Bound of falling Lazenburg, a superannuated Methodist depending I
vm. M. Brown aa )plaintiff and C. N. blimp aalefendant i
v water nor wo ho mistaken for 80 years of age, for a sung sum for and U C: Oliver a* plaintiff and C. N. Indian River Palmetto Fibre AND
ST. Aeeu'STI>E, 1>t'O. 31,1804.! :Mini a* defendant, I have levied upon and willell
himself haM
squeezing through on opl'nlng.be affections. Lazouburg
blighted
at public auction In front of the court house Choice Groceries
found himself in another chamber of preached in various portions of this Idilon AJrocatt. I.M.r at Tltuivllle, Florida, on the fourth day ofFrhnary i -} Mattress Co.
I A U ixm between the hour of 11 .. I HFlorida.-
mm
with stream of hot sulphur and is known in the
great beauty, a state widely con ,
I From aut hen Ie reports it Is found that and i p. in to the highest and best bidder for
water running Into tho earth. Tho ference. Plaintiff an'1'IIln her petitionthat the fruit and vegetable crop of the entire cash, the following; dmcribed I real estate, to-wlt; i Titumevillo' Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilize

incrustation from the sulphur water I I defendant sought her hand III marriage state has been IIl'rloullylnjuretl by the the The northwest.mnmthtloyardaofthe.mnmtlmeaat:quarter of .section 8, quarter containing; of I Our :Mattresses are made from 8-oz. ,

had transformed the cavern into a ; that his suit was accepted and extreme cold weather on the 28th and 10 a<'re'*'; the .mauthweatquarter of the MMitheast ticking, filled Ith clear palmetto fibre,
coral liku substance and left it in inch I the day for the nuptial set The rev.erend ,1>th inst. The management of the J., quarter of the northeast' quarter of section 211.I I I and faced with superfine fibre made from FINE PATENT FLOUR
containing 10 at re ; also commencing at the
fantastic hhaptit. He found in the gentleman however had occa St. A. & I. II. railway, in sympathy with outheast comer of the southwest quarter! of the !I the cabbage palm. This fibre is made c Qoof. F1or1d8

water some lively little lizards and I lon to make a trip to Paris before the the growers, and realizing that the loss northeast quarter of aem tlon :rim, thence run north by Green's patented process, which
i
and thc railroad W* yards, thenv west 2711 yanli, thenre wroth SS I
both to the to
""mfrogs that change color on tho time appointed for thc wedding, and I growers )ards thence east 27 3 yard to of be- makes It tough, curly and elastic. It I
I company, is very great, and that the ginnhngemmtainiug6wme.; All being:: In I will not break mat down
slightest provocation and\ two largo ; when ho returned his affection for the township up nor get COMPOUND OXYGEN
I quickest recovery from this loss lies in anew :/1 .....Ih. rangu:J5 east, Iu lirevard county dusty, like moss or excelsior. The ftbie
rat, who eyed the explorer with had cooled off
a
enrionity I plaintiff considerably i crop of vegetables, hence, to partially t lorlda. I will not draw dampness and
that eeetutd to bode no good, and ho wished to disregard his solemn meet the contingency: this company JAMES E. BOWMAN, i nor mildew this being get musty
; an
advantage In
cod ho longed for his little gun.-lIaker promise. The line to be pursued by the will furnish vegetable seed (to a reasonable Rmhhlna & Onhaw Sherltt.Atfya a damp and warm cllmate-alwa's re- Restores strength quiets the oerr

l ity (Or. Democrat_ I defense ha not yet been nadpablio, extent) free to such of Its patron for 1'Ulntltf janl-febl : maining sweet and clean. The work- and expels disease.

but it will probably be misplaced confidence as may desire to avail themselves of this nanshlp is guaranteed first-class in Proof the most convincing, i I. ''*ff
AVrll Plsrlpllned Man. on the part of the defendant otter, who 1: n the undersigned III Circuit Court Hretnnl Cuuntj every respect. free to all who suffer Call and tY t
Information J:
Army discipline i* supposed to be Ottumwa (Ia. ) Dispatch I with 1 as to location, Florida. llralcled seams, double-stitched and or write for further informationof
very strict indeed, and order must bo I acreage and kind of seed desired. well tuffed top and bottom. 200 pages sent free.

obeyed swiftly and The best I i It is that requests for seed Home office 4,0111-
silently llard \ViuUr IIIC" In Main necessary Double :Mattress, weight O-lbII..1t to i, 8, (4.00 or -- treatment.
disciplined soldier ever in the Russian be sent In rroml'ty! in older that the Robbln & 'Graham. Co. Single Mattress, X,8, to a .. .... ... .... 3 A ion free.
Those who study omens say another required be \ 8.Jaa Sizes made to order.
variety an.
lived in 1777. He wa stationed I may Call:
army asexnfllrlmAdmluis.therllTnuw
before the door of the long cold winter filled with blustering ordered without delay. uul } 111 C\UsnKY: on or address, I>rs. Starkey & Palon,

palace during a storms, 1* ahead. The goose bone i* R J. JAKVIH, of the estate of Louie elm, I. R. P. F. :MATTBEM Co. 1529 Arch Street rhiladelri' f
heavy flood, when the ,
deceased,
alVFIinVMT Box
ewpretsa, BOOing et 142.
nearly all white, and snow, they say, General Freight Agent Titusville, Fla.
front her balcony that the water bail I : having been nmamk' by Irto. M
will lie the from in December
;
early
on ground
reached the sentinel, called to him attorney fur the complainant, The ADVOCATE
to until April or later. Corn husks ..nR"'S WINS Or CMDUI for Weak N.rv... and duly Sled with me, that ablaut believes is one of the best advertising UNIVERSITY OF THE SOD8
retire. This the soldier fused to do that Augusta Ito ( .
than thick. The niaUe Sylvia llo Herbert Ho I'er- mediums on the East Coast
and when the empress asked him if he are more usually : ik1.-u and: A Ask live In C'hita % 111
has put on an extra overcoat to protectitself I'etersou at t |*ncer, Nelinwka,anmi;j -The ADVOCATE: don't cost three SE\V'ANEE. TE '
knew who the need medicine to you
If
wa the man repliedadrrnatiTely you a good purify that there U nn perm In the state of t'loriilaervkeof
from the sore temperature to come. and buildup cents per week, postage Included when
Although he knew hl'rInaJl..ty. your blood give nerve strength aaubpwna upon whom would bind
Woodchucks and chipmunks are alreadyfat entire cjntem, take Hood' San u.mh.irfendanMand" .. that atttant Iwlieves that taken by the year. e Under the Joint control '>' ;'
he would not leave his poet until kill and their fur i dense your 8)h Ia rim. llerlienl'io and ferclval, / 1'10.... un Southern Dioceses of the !''-("'
enough to kaparllla It sickness by makIng A\ hen
-
his corporal relieved him. The prevent der and that all the' other defendant are over you go to Jacksonville stop
Episcopal
and fine and soft They too predict pure blood.Hood' twenty-one yean uf age at the Carleton hotel. Under its Church.Situated *
water increased until it reached thesentinel' !Now' therefore,it Is ordered,that you,Aucutta present half-way between >>>
cold weather and will seek winter )
knee The empress lent sey- quarter Ilo. Sylvia lie Herbert llo, 1'\-.11'1", A. management, you will be pleahed. md Chattanooga, on the CUJlIif'J! ;
early. Finally the price of coal i* Pill tick headache Ask and lUsiuii IVterson, appear to tbe bill ofcomplaint .
Ml cure nausea, Plateau
messages to him, but he refused to -The Walton 2,150 feet above sea -"
In this cause, upon the fisnrth Rapid :
should settle all day of Calking Machine.
be7 hur Finally the wa compelled advancing and that indigestion and biliousness. 33c. .'..bruary A. 1>. lit*, bemg the ant 1I1""lIIy In No. one, t..; No tWO'$10'XothPOSITIONS lealthfxl and picturesque local 3
ti.: summon the corporal, who was found douitsln the mind of the average man the month ."d. rule day of thin court it .u Titusville. I'la. ; -. '.1 The work of the university = i
further directwl that U.I* onler be .
have published
whether we're to
to ,-
as going
asleep and he wa obliged to swim to saywinter Russia demands shorter hour with a* little delay. aa m.v I* in the IMHAX .hroughthe summer months
relieve the hone this year.-Lewiston Journal. Kivis AIIVIK AH of Tltusville.oncoa .... for long vacation Is given in the wim
private who by that There are 0,000 union longshoremen.There four consecutive week The '*,
time had only hi* head above water and I Ordered. at the clerk' office GUARANTEED Lent Term B.al.a March 14
at Titusville I la.,
would composedly have suffered himself ODDS AND ENDS. being no law against the sale of this IJth day of lvu>b.r A. 1. !*u. The University offers courn" fstructlon '

10 be drowned rather than disobey ordure I horse-meat In Chicago the daughter of A. STEWART, Esuszst&s "mssv* page In the following dep: '=tj''
A Parisian book collector has 700 volumes wby.5 which are all well eta
while obeying his sovereign. horse for that market It assuming large: Robbins & Graham Clerk" Circuit Court. equipped
I'hil proportion .... I ,
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__ tall NASHVILLE, UNH.. C Write foe catalaa ) ACADEMIC. THEOT-nfilCAl

lI&.r, 1.I'I'-1ra I..... j: Man has never seen the inside of some Book klllpf' $hetbasd, Panmasthlp tri Tel. CAL LA\\, ENGINEER.' i

The PiUutiru island are having bad of the Egyptian pyramid since they A. FROSCHER Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia C!ahploWI; .pad..se..,,..ut...has.y fa bait(b.\be'kurear B"01,,.at.. A special business course
t itutw nowadays. Eighteen mouth ago a were first built, so far as known. Undertaker & Embalmer, Colla"abook kseepmn5 h'4YI...b bJ our ....hod Economy Is provided for < : .' I

IIu'tyot: American Seventh Day Adventuis Fishhooks are precisely the same In TITI'BS"ILLE. run iii'*. Manufacturer the old piaa, I I kw.,, E00 ::.: 1!weeks t':: Sewanee not Intending to study for a dct: 1 1
exploited the and mat Perfect, Reliable .anon Grammar School prepxr'for
Society Paumntn ; onto .. BonDX.
shape today* they were SO centuries and fcMMHnftal: match Motor la en, tI. Crw a It... *
A full supply of Coffins: Cases and tbe market roaotty this and for Unlvert v l
and In their prepared look other
group schooner 4& .....
the Pit- and eo"Umwt to :No Yp.ciallr & 10 ,
co. crank "
i in the
eairu, viaiUxl the lonely little island ago. The only difference' material Caskets on hand. Funerals attended If W urVw'sfart" HOME STUDY. for business. For special pamj--".- I

and converted Uw Then they were made of toonse dekirvd. All orders promptly executed IIE U. W. JEROME: Sons es gO days lriai. Writs sod further information, address I
as
ca.4 people from "hard now they are made of steeL at reasonable prke. Oaten by telegram Betting Ageait. "your was..." N. B.-.we; pay s5. eaak fu exphis as vaeaadmro B. LAAVTOX AVIGGIXS U I

Qaritltl&9" Into Sleuth Par w or mail j>".nij,>tly attended to. Catalegbes and price M applfeatfeol; : 1'1&. tl.kti ere as boek-k..p.c..wire, rep n so j peoWd.e phorc at tasel.c Y.: 'Vice-Cbancellor Sewane? l 'I

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 11, 1895 1



[CKE AND HONEY I :3OCOTHJIL.S.: : THE PIONEER 1)A1)} ]t. -
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=" The Tropical Trunk Line.

RAGING EXPEDITION OF ONE GRAND VIEW HOTEL OOWMDO STORY OF THE FIRST NEWSPAPER ISSUED -

N IN THE WINTER OF 1863. 'farre IN CALIFORNIA.
1/ Tltusvllle Florida.Is (Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway..

Knew the C.antq.sd AUo Ilamaitare now being thoroughly repaired and Am Old rhllatlrlphlan U M the Malnnprinf JOSEPH II. DUlllvii Receiver.TUP .
overhauled for the winter travel Rates ,
For BU Little DlolI' Worked *2.00 to $2,50 of 1U larly Lit*-Rlcclnc Cp a r'.ott'n.ln
per day. special rates by "1.0111""ot'TIIF.R RAILROAD ro, iIXOIAN
:!. Joe Who W a* "C.pn"Then Liked week or month. Orval 1'lftI..oU'A Member of RUt.1t MTtAMHIIAI: OMIANl ., ( It. 8.CAIIEEOrnersiMsnagrr.p: .
JlllTMl AND LAKE UOKTII \II\V\\ )I.
i Chick* Done Drown.t JNO P. Me CALL, Proprietor. the O..I.h..lllt.<< Honored In Mont'r'".
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Special Features at ( oronado Mod t'
[ was a wretched night back in crate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation :- The only living member of the orlgi ?ii':-8I\.,'NI. Tln>.. Talilo In ffwt: :\..., 10'11-I. ..
," said Uncle Joe. good fishing good cooking. Write nal staff of the first newspaper ever ea: Hun Hally I tatty I "a1l1 I ...11, I ha )10.
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icle Joe'i stories of the war wen HOTEL MELBOURNE for term. printed in California resides about five "M-I"I I'r r ,lift a : : ,17 .4KSU\\ I.LF6..Ar mom 7mpM. "iiV j.m
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fIlAahl
513; p i up Manot Ar ; I5'cc: 'UIIIU
to be looked forward to and re- mile from the city of Monterey, in tho in top ., . a .. .. .tr. )1..1I".IF."I'rlnll1'.I.. 841'a" .>41. ... "

hem He had serred during the MELBOURNE l Indian River FLORIDA. Carmel vnlltv Isis name in Swan sad 11 14 *Wp P imp I40p arcs ., ... ::::: nl ..: .. :::: I::! : t : ::::1 Seopne: : :' SUptu.

as a commissioned offl Iii palmetto {House .. him "Pioneer" Swan, U4Jini 3IHp .. ..Ar. . """" I.w'' ., ... I ..I' ... '01'1.1..
dknew Open all the year round r'if.h.Inlt # "ar 7one'noo him and partly braaune : aiff p: m ee/nas: I.I2samltaas: :::: :: : : akjn:
whereof he poke, hanna ooh IWtM 4 7p: .Al.:: :::: : :: ::.i ,.i.. : :: : : : I
Hunting; andacbtlnjj! he deserves tin tills Few men al'l1lu. 4241'| | Ar.... ... 1I"'r.I.. .I.. 21esa, III111.h' 11. ...
icellent memory and an inimitably f2.50 and upward ton.otins at fitt'; but "}'1oUl'l'r" is still 4MI |> ; Al I ... .. .. . .. ., 55m.
lorons way of telling the adventures Proprietress, MB. I. :\1. fUnn DAYTONA, FLORIDA. and clear in his and notentirely : :: : ::: M |. I :;:: .... I.r .1.-- 1 as.:::: ::. : :: : : .
bright memory .llIa:1 4:14. : .. Ar .. ..(I"'It..1I1.I..n..lI..n.' .. I.. Ioc.a .... Icte5 m''
jmself and his men. + 4 COMFORTABLE and HOME-LINE. l without ambition. If you mV _4111'a _5t,, p :..:.:.:.:.: Ar. asulnrd..I.! IaraMllossn.._ toss. ..
[it was in Missouri in the winter of him he will tf'l1rou, with evident rtl. .. ... Ar.. ....TIIhM1lLlrk: .... ... ICY. .
Situated
The Park on theest Hank of the : iiaij : : aimlMiniAi
that I
cold night the offl :
on a raw about Cottage, Halifax River, In a beautiful grove of ish, about sun highly lute resting luter I it T on p't hI4.1._:: :: ylt leora1.r. '. i -
midnight
prepared
[of the day palmetto trees; one mile from the At- vl.,1of his! reportorial duys. \; | tarp Ar :: Tar.rr. :: : ,_ ._ ,: Ife41'm : .
lake with halt a dozen of the guard, REST PALM: REACH, FLA. I IO. hntlo and within eiwv walking distance The small ginning of this firstnewspa 4 p .. .. ileedca..,. ... ir. .. ,.:, Ifeeslnr2' I par

it is called the 'grand the round, or of, HOWLS, ..j PROPRIETOR of the churches and places of amIl8'nwnt. \ wr in California arc qnito rnrions : :: :::: M 4imp: > :|. |' Ira": .. .. ..II"hl.'I1I..1 IAr.::: ::: :' :12spn4sspi.::: : I: :::

e plainly speaking visiting A good livery atible in attached to the a* related by Hwiui: Tho original ... .. .:1 I nnp |/ \r . . ..t\o..I.. . .. ... .. ..v.I ..'. ... ..1 .41111." 'lssspur
soldiers doing picket duty at their Located on the Lake Front near rill- house from whicl: guests can order imported from Spain ly Juno .... T4Dp Ar.. ,. ... ..I."I"If. .. .. ..1.e .. .. .., 'ahl.ollral".
We were on short ra i teams at a monu nt's notice" pressn .. .. "MI. i Ar. ... .. ,1rmtart.m .. ... ..I. .. .. .. .... 54nalateasa.e545I' .
Tout poets road depot and ferry hndmga First- h }'ljt11l'rmtht' sixth p( vtrtmrof Call for .. .. t \ Ar. .. 11'.111..1.. . ,. amnMsssso.
itcs i 0
; :-$: > to M 11''r day f 12 tofU
of :
is I and every man us, officer or class In all Its appointmentsBEULAH wcik | nice under Mnxtcnii rules Figutroti, I' Ar.. .. .. trrlauo.. .. .. .. 1..jfij l 51asin. .. .. ..
ate, longed for a good, square meal per M. hose whose term IIf oftloo expires In Irt'M, ems e4 I' \r ...... .KI""""',''''.. .. .... .. 1..111 nil., III 54Jstn .... .

>race him up against the raw, damp Rooms SOc., Tic: and |1.00 imported the press with the intention of I 12 ran, I 7 94.1p M |> srp 5aep< :: I Ar Ac..Jtnrtuw.1twtlnn.::: . T.nqs. t. .:..:'::.'.J.v I.hecP2p._: 5mpur: ::::1 a:5'50 ies.l: : : :: :. : :
Iness of tho night As I was about COTTAGE all the per('1)l'r"on.Ol'en printing liii II":c.i: r<'i*>rt",. llm gnU.r- -----.7:: :: i C705fS.1'I,, : i p i itUKini -- .. : :-:-::.Inirtw.: : -:::-' :::-Ar t 4lki |<-inI i' jft rho, .
spring Into my saddle a low voice at >earcst Bay ointrtedir natorlal however, \tanbritfaiid .. .. .. I 7 Mip I .. .. .. .. .1reans. ,. .. . .T 2:11\1': inT C Cit0ti. .. ....
Street.rlltclceaonrillo (career < . . . .,
said romp" 1'11'1' Ar. .' !I .1. I oil p inllT _/ .!!' '
shoulder : stormy, and he n< \er found time to ('01. ::: :' :'::':':':'':
'Cap'n how would a supper of chick Floi'idn. led his nui* 'rinl! ranch loss. print his t l>'allyrxiPtHun taste?' Train I XI an I % cores through I'tillman InfTit. slreprrs illTania I Huron New \'erh sat pore
and honey ....THE TRAVELERS. report, 110 tho mn< hino was coiiHiinied cmn tlner at INirt Tampa) on Mon.1ry':: ., Thnn lavnHavana sod ;$anrrdsrs fur bey heat end' t
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'I swung hastily around and beheld to a torl'I'IM.1111 the old cimrttl which Train M an.I ;" almi carry thn.unli Ilillnian lulltt .1..1.1"11| ears I Ictwerl :New \ntt-
iiiX, Iniliaii River, 1 I.A. a"II'I.t Tain .a.
lIe was a fellow called )
speaker EUROPE PLAN. was tho Mexican 8ollltrnf. barracks in
g, one of our most valuable spies, Only I'i minutes walk from all railroad Monterty There it lay, together with
1 in some respects a mighty clever Quiet place, among the Pineapple depots and stenmlioit landings; and all a keg of ink, covtri'd pith rubbish and 1r
[low, but In-oh, well, I'll let it go Fields, to spend a few weeks Hunting, street cars pins the hotel. nndistntbt, until 1840Thi f
that his moral nature had Fishing and Uoitlng |Q| 1:1-
saying Restaurant flrst-cligs In all its appointments !* was the year when Colton became
er been overdeveloped. lie was art RATES:-$2.50 per day; special rates alcalde, and with the clmrnottristio ,

thickset man, with twinklingk by the week or month. All KiKiilar Meals 35 cents. American reHtlet
eyes and otherwise the most! thor :: Open January 16th 1895. These rates under pretttnt Maniporhive to stir thiiiKK nn In the *U".py old town. 9 ,.,. -..
ghl; Impassive face I ever looked JAMES ANDREWS, been established and sustained by The first tiling that he did \MM to com'
a It was said of him that he wouldp Manager. the liberal patronage of the State and ml'lIt'UIlU invtwtigutlon of all tho gore
into the butternut suit of the rebel l Tourist patrons. ernment Among this. INDIAN 11HFK HTI<:AMI'IM arc s14s.Inte.l)'| to |"rf.inn, the follnwInK semi. ,
property property lj>a\TllniiTlll Tina. m, St...,, ..\.. "''mlnrn.Uttan. ,11'rl Uva for Rs..kledg.. :Melbourne awl
d 1 make himself much at home in I). C ANDREWS, Proprietor was tho cnitrtel I, and here ho found t7"Tl'."""lU*. .K'"irn'n't' 'I..**. )IIIII""ne.t' MI.. in. Tiitwiliijrii. Thumlayi and I Patur.Uji ,
)'. army He was hail fellow wellt HOTEL CARLETQN the old props. Being man of library :II', m..
> with all the men and came back toe tastes and some exprriunro, he decidedto Irate Tinii.\lllefi.r.lii|.Itcr.. M.in.lajn..N'rlne.data.nd I FrllMnat dp. m' tine JnpltrcOp. m.
ST. AUGUSTINE fnlloaingdsrConner'. Inir Kith .1.11 I I. V> It.j rur ,'.1",, Hfai'h anil tillmr. I"nlnta on lots! \\ ...nh.lU'tivrnlhit .
Union lines possessed of the most Jacksonville Florida. FLORIDA. start a mwvpnptr and utilize his discovery tests Jii|,Ili-r Tm-..,la).. T..u..I.y.. and Katnnlayt p, m due 'lutes'III. 3 |', in. (tO-
valuable information. He had erpe- '. Pint, he selected a partner, lowing clay, ,

anced thrilling adventures and was a Robert Seiuple, and then begot' a search W. II. COFFIN w. II DFMIAM A. W. III'IIHen :. .
of Intrepid Cor Bay &: Market 8ti, Opposite I'o.toftlce/; COLUMBIA HOTEL materials. There ""I.t.| J., T. K. W-.It'", supt.| Flurlds Homhrrn It:y Bill't, Inil Itltrr8llt. Ca- .
courage.
an for the requisite were ". H AiKMUY: nK r Agent: Jaiknon Ills, lla I
i 'Cap'n, he repeated as he stood be- ink and ,, but the ingenuity of the .
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|de me that oold night, 'how would a >*Ic Under New Management. i Centrally Located on St. George pair was",, taxed to restore the rules l and I

pper of chicken and honey taste?' leads, which had become separated from Jacksonville
'Excellent, Lang, excellent,' I relied Thoroughly renovated refitted and new- Street. the press and lost during its years of ,

thinking of our limited supply ly and elegantly furnished. All Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park, idleness.In .
smoked meat and.hard tack. 'Hare Colton's diary there is a description St. Augustine:
-:] Modern Improvements. [:- and a full view of the Ocean and c
u some? of the paper Under the date of
'No, but I might get some, I reckon, .*w. -; rolling breakers from the piazzas Aug. 16, 184K he writes: "Today the '

I looked round a bit,' he drawled, laxly Coolest and Finest LocationIn first newspaper ever published in Call / & Indian River

kicking up clay'with the toe of hit Jacksonville. fornia made its appearanooe. The honor j

I saw immediately that he meantgo W M TEAHEN, Proprietor if such it may be, of writing the Railway. C

out of camp, find a farmhouse and TERMS.-*2.50 to $3.50 per day. prospectus falls to me. It is. to be issued

elp himself. Such i I things are not UDeard every Saturday and is published by T...... T.bu In Effect Nor. IIIIh, 11194.
of In the army. Special rates to Commercial Men. Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system Semple & Colton.

'Nonsense! ,Lang,' said L 'You CRAPO & LeVENE of Sanitary Sewerage. "Little did I think when I rclin. The All Rail Line to Lake Worth.

ould be killed sure if you went. The quashed the editorship of The North : -
Proprietors. South Bound. North Bound
Ickets are on extra sharp lookout to- American, in Philadelphia, that my

ight, and It'. altogether too dangerous' *; Indianola House # next feat in this line would be off here SII.::1.11 No. I I. Nil 311 No. 37 ,No.'0 I N..3M IN.,. no ii.at. .w_ I

'on would never come back alive. in California. .v.lackome,. 111. .. Ta'.IO'M. Ht.o p la I.41n Ikiwh T.:, "'Silas. .
"With that I sprang Into my saddle HOTEL COQUINA "My partner Semple, is an emigrant Arlet. A"IIU.II" 54eUIsn, Dill' sis' I.. Rirlera. .. .,.. . 24. n. .
I.e St. Ansusttu. 12m I.v W.Juptiter . ... .. ...
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md rode away followed by my men. from Kentucky: who stand. 6 feet 8 I:, Ilsstinga..... .: 12 ce :p: I.r: Sound.::: : : : : : = : m m.:
"We were gone two or three hours.Ing Healthy Location on East Bank of inches in his stockings He wears a Ar r.nt 1..1.lk.. 1955 p I.. II...".. .... .... 13 a no. .
the round of the pickets, and buckskin dress, a foxskin cap, is true Arl'allwtk., -- -- Lr LvAhrla. .... ... .. ... .5. m. .
,, Mtusrt u.Ac
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n.more I was miserable,chilled ride to the I had bone seldom and hun tak- -40RMOND.BYTHESEA,4FLORIDA. Indian River Florida. quick with his at the rifle type, ready case.with his pen and 1.r L. sac San t'aleitka., Mate's Mats.:,J :i W p s : : I.r., E.1xn iili,:::: :- .::::: 19 1 m .. ,..

and my'men likewise. AM I rode "He created the materials of our office Lr roil I.r Fort m .

toward camp the glow of a bonfire REACHED BY STEAMBOAT FROM out of a chaos of a small concern which Ar Arlrnnond.Daytona::: :::: .. sot 225 p p .::: .. I.v I.e: let Sebmtlan.I f.urla.::::::.::: :: :: : .:: o YPe Is : m m : .

n a remote corner caught my eye, and TITUSVILLE AND COCOA. Jose Figueroa intended to use in print. ArPrt. Orange. .. .. .... 1M I' .... .... In M'eIloane .... .. ... .. ..".I IN a III .
turned horse ArNewSnwru. ., .. .. 3 to I' .... I.r Mein', .. 1 II a m .
Immediately my weary OPEN DEC. 1st ing official reports Artaknul.r : ::: aaltp 1.5: Km.lIa111.; :.:: .. :::: :11asm :
ward it Before the crackling heap "The press is old enough to be pro ArTIlute. .. 4\f I' I.. .C.M.kl..IC.. ..... .... 1 //10. no. .
at Lang calmly frying chicken, while Honse New and Comfortable. served curiosity. The mice had Arf'lt, 1'.lnt. .. .. .. .. /Mp Inl'.e.os..... .... ...... .. ....necpm. .
as a
Arl'.av.. .. .. .. .. 411fl. I.vl'IryPolnt. .. .. .. .. ialnpm.Arl.n'klede .
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8t his side reposed a hive of honey He burrowed in the balls, there were no ITlnu.tile
ooked up and smiled grimly. SURF BATHING AND DRIYING Are All Rooms Face the River rules nor leads, and the typos were ArFAS docile.: ::::.. .... :tI: ;, . Lrlak: lull. :: :::: :::::: :: :... I31 Impse.p n. :

'Supper's most ready cap'n,' hed Specialties at Ormond. Pure, Soft Water.Termllts.OO rusty and all In pi It was only by Ar ",7.'n.. .. .. :::::.. ::.a : : .. .. .. :... Lr I.VRowsuyrna I.rt ler.ngs.: ::: :::::: :.:::: 211 IWpm.pml.:: : :', :
touching his apology for a cap. scouring that the letters could bo made A' IItohullan.. ... .... .. sacs. I' . .... .... Inlay.ma. .. ... ... .. .,, aispm.a t
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Ar St '''' 23111' OIl
'Make yourselves to home, gentlemen., cr: For Circulars address per week. For monthly to show their faces. With a jackknife Ar .....l.urle..1.5.. .. : rasa: 1..I.lk.,. ... .. ./ eta p IIIi
'Lang said I sternly 'didn't I tell addressG. we cut a piece of tin into lends and .. .. .. -
[you not to,go?' SEISER & VIKING Managers rates, rules. Luckily we found with the proxs ; .. .. .. ., ,. 1E-HI

'No, cap'n,' he replied as he con- W. SCHUYLER, part of a keg of iiik and now came the i g././,. : :.:. let !yp .. ..... .:,... ,.: m2/; : ::. :--::.

tinued to out up the plump fowl in hia ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. Indianola Fla. main scratch for paper. Nono could be ( . ... .. .... .. .
hand; 'you didn't say I couldn't go, although found, except what I. used to envelopthe Ar 11u1.e S.nd. .. .... 551 p . 5.5 Iluting.. ...... ... ... 4 .
ArW. J..I.I"'r.... .. .... 8111I1' .. .Aclet. AIIII'.Un........... / P m .
if I remember correctly you tobacco used by the natives. A Ar KI.I..'. .. .. .... .. 83 I' . I.. fll. A"lI'u.tln. iOa 1M. S.spm 73opAc
didn't exactly advise it on the score of D. B MATHESOY.UNDEX'I. coaster which was lying in the bay hada W Palm Ilesehl, .. 1t 41 p . ArJack."III.... s RK. IOW. 11.1 p III a 45 p.
its being dangerous, but a man What'i small amount on board which we pro _

led the life I have ain't goin to let a INDIAN RIVER HOTEL, cured. The sheets were a trifle larger CONNECTIONS Via. A. 4 W BRANCH
little thing like that stop him when than foolxcnp. A crowd was waiting
he's hungry' and he held toward 016 when the first sheet was thrown from I'OtTIIIIIJtNII. NORTH BOUND.KTATIUSl4. .

the plump leg of a chicken nicely '': TITUSVILLE the press. There was a good deal of ex NC. a No. I STATIONS No. No, 4Lr

browned. O citement. Never was a bank run upon New $ -a-:1fI'! a 4Y. --:-: I.r Tampa .. . 3/1a .... .. ..
I '. 'Lang' said I, 'tell me how you: Indian Rivor.U harder, not, however, by people with I.. Inks \n.Irn4.. 4lop1ntin .. .. 11,1.".., .... .... Sits .. ......
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I.. UranK.'II .. 42ep1Ca7.: . Wh'I.'k. 1IIIa: .
. did if -_ Flu. paper to get specie, but just the reverse 1I..I.II'J..no... 4aptot'' ... .. ? Sanford.. ....... 10 .. .. ...
'No very great matter' he replied .r The paper wan first printed half in .. 11e1..I..... .. 11515. 1"0" ... IWpMmfor.1.
x . Ilop I.. lltonll'. ('11, JUlY!., 1111/I./ .. .... ...
to
half in
proceeding with culinary art. 'When :::; English and Spanish aooom Nlnterl'srk. 504' A' Oronge'Icy.. II sees ..... .. -
you'd gone, I walks along quiet to the B, MATHESsON, modate the Monterey public. Another H'IA""o . .. S M.. 217..1 17e. Ar r..k.II..I..n. .. .. II ao.: .1111.1. ......
outpost and finds a picket walkin up rHOPKIETOH. difficulty the original proprietors had to .. TAWI'a. ... ,. 54tp .. ... ArNceSmyrua.... U CI6a .. .

and down like he owned the earth, so I overcome in setting the type for the
flops down on stomach alongside a English portion of the paper was the All train, rtally IatweenJuk..mrllleaodSi.Augu.tlue.: :
my Open All The Year. Train south uf Ht Aiiiruiitln run I t Humlay,
fence. Buia a dark night, M it is, Mr lack of the letter "W, aa the Spanish 1'rain 31 retries llillTet I art>r ('ar knmrlllsd in Wot I'alm IU'.,'b.
Picket comes along and don't suspect type did not contain It. A "W" was Train 3A carrle fullnian lluffet Hlw|..IIIK( car *n mut from New \tirk to Ht Aiiicu>tiii ,.
Train n carrlo Pullman HlM-i ln< and lJlnlnif ran es route tram New York to HI Augustlar.I'a..rngen
that fence so of much as harborin amouse. few minutes'walk constructed by nning two "Vs. In | i>n train 31 and 71 bar. Twenty Inutmi fur lllnnrr at (Irinoud Jnnrtlon.
Only a 1847 the was moved to San Till TlmwTable.hnws. I tlw tlinnat vblib train may IxcipMtwl. t"arrl sad drart| turn*
Minute he gets half a rod away I u May, paper
;, r from Railway stations tli* Mivcral ttatlon. but lhelr.rrlv.lr over that fence I goes lightninlikeand and hteamboat landIngs Francisco, where it was published for the Company hold Itmlf ces|'euslbl.l fur any delay. "r any cun'equene'es. arlaliiK thenformJOMCI .
takes a scoot into some woods close if many years under the Dame of The Alta 'II IIAItllMIV,
by and then goes about my business. On the banks of the California. U.n'l I'Mtmrngrr Agrnt.TI3VO3. .

Go on, said I, with my month full 4'far-famed Indian River Since ending his newspaper career
of chicken and honey "Pioneer" Swan has been a rancher in :Ji': .A.ST : > .

"Lang continued: 'You see, I know NI7W 1\L N.A.GEIKENT. a small way in Carmel valley lie has VIA
this -- - visitors although his location is
country mighty well, so I makes ----- -- many ,
tracks for a farmhouse close by where somewhat remote, and he is very deaf
they keeps plenty of chickens. When I Improving NOVELTIES.A On his quarterly vMU to Monterey he I Southern Railway Company.
"Are satisfied with your son'sprogress is the recipient of oonnidera-
opens the gate to go in, along comes a you skull of bricrwood with silrercroasbones invariably
dog. Well, cap'n, that's the only dog I in his mnsicT"Father for ornament, is a smoker'sfancy ble attention, and his runty old hat
ever met with that I couldn't either Perfectly. No one has with its staring inscription of "Pioneer Western System. ---
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scare or make friends with. No, sir, moved out of the flat the last two days. 1843, make him known to eaofarners
that dog wouldn't take no stock in .Chicago Inter Ocean. The vine wreathed claret jags in en' who, but for this, would see nothing In
anTed glass and silver gilt are the mOlt old Leave Jaekaon.llIe. . . 'fOO p. m. 'fOO a. m.
bluffs andbys him except a healthy looking man.
so I oat revolver
whips my fl..ty of Tin- attractive things of their sort -San Francisco CalLEmllanaMl.c. Arrive Macon . . 4dS: a. m. 4:20 I', m,
him out. At that up goes a window Arrive Atlanta. .. 'f:3. a. m. 'fW p. m.
and a man begins to yell to find Graceful silver tete-a-tete coffee and Arrive Chattanooga. 1:20: p. m. 443: a. ro,

out who's there. "Put your head inside berry sets festooned with garlands bespeak Leave ChattanOOJa.! . . 'f.lO: p, m. 703 a. 01,
that window and keep it there, or I'll the hospitality of piazza and ar There are many little embarrassments Arrive CincInnati. . . 'fW a. m. 'f:20 p. m.

knock it off for you," says L "Now bors. encountered by the professional stroller Arrive Chicago/ . . . 6:10:: 1', rn. 6:4. a. m.
Jim.II I continue, "you Just watch Large spoons of silver gilt have stem for which there seems to be no law, either Arrive Clenland. . 6180 p. m. 6u a. m.
that of compensation or amelioration.For Arrive Toledo 4:00: p. m. 1:16: .. m.
window and if the fellow sticks of rained work inclosing plaques of enamel
his bead out don't wait to be oeremo- l work. These spoons hare broken instance take the meeting of the Leave Chattanooga: ISM: p, m. 1:00: a. m. e

nlouslike, but Just fire. I'm goin to edge of metal and enamel half way same person over and over again on an Arrive Kuonllle . . 10jlj; p. lm 10:116: a. m.
let some chicken and honey. Course around, leaving the working dads sharp. afternoon's travel First time yon are Arrive Washington . D-&O p. m. 4:4:1: : a. m.
y Jf at the encounter and find Arrive Sew York 6 54 a. m. 10M a. m.
there overjoyed
wasn't no Jim along but that Belt pin* are among the novelties.
fellow in the house had to be kept out won't These are enlarged bibpina intended to plenty to talk about. Fifteen minutes Train leaving Jacksonville at 7 p m. Is Yestlbuled from end to end amt run
of the way; so, being a dark night IJast First Coster-Well, if yew "" effect a better woo between the back later you meet again and the interviews through solid to Cincinnati yla. the beautiful Queen A: Crescent Route This U
bluffed him about there being more bAck., IIwon'tbackf
than Just me around. You bet he keeps lee thM? covered with raised work or occasionally grasp bauds for the third time and don'tknow For further Information write or call on

". head inside and I goes to the chicken Second CoBter-Orl rite, 'Arry. orl are set with tiny turquoise*.- what in "Sam Hill" to talk about. J. C. REAM Tra. I.M*. A...M, IM W. Hay. U.. Ja koB.IIU. Fla.C. .

house and helps myself to some plump rita DaD"'urrt yerself Only artcr Jewelers' Circular. The next time!.yon meet you bow coldly If. IIII>M>V, Ors'T Mana(.r. W, A. TCRK"O, 1'. A-

y uagfrers' and takja beehive Jew wid the patper.-Judy. C. A. Bt>'tOTEB, A. O. P. A.















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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 11, 1835.\



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I JEIOELERS i -

Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
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L ROYAL : SDfoVitlE LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE

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Baking 64 For tent We have for sale a large list of carefy''

r selected Indian River Properties,

Powder A cottage at Melbourne Beach. Inquire Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coa t L
of II. Whiting, Melbourne Ueach. '
pure.'y / <; The Canal and Transportation Co.
Absolutely LA1VDS.Florida
tfJ" official CANAL .
re Seaside CottageAt Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway 1'0
0 port shows Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co?
Melbourne Beach Is now ready for and other Low Priced Lands.

I e :" Royal Baking guests. Money: ; I+oun .L ..1WLtYs on. XJnn:

Powder chemical At Ten per cent, in sums to tuft.
4c: Koonis to Rent. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
; .. ly pure, yielding 160
Apply at Rice House, comer of Main Titusville. Florida.
o cubic inches of leaven-
1'- Tltusvflle. 213 ,
and Hopkins streets,
Y'a'i '-' '" Ing gas per ounce of powder

A.. t-. e which was greatly !inV Dissolution of Partnership.

..I. "\. --I excess of all others and more Notice Is hereby given that the firm of Carpets. fi #

& ,dealers wagons,
than cent. above the of Blount Anthony
V 40 per average. etc., and repairing business, Titusvtlle,
Fla., has been dissolved by mutual eon

.""A.T / Hence makes Royal the lightest Baking, sweetest Powder sent Stock of Shoes 224My /> The Fall Styles; are All I l

and most wholesome food. .

Such as Moqnetts Brussels Tapestrys and Ingrains t
\ Is first-class now. I have Rumph'f ,
# ROYAL iAKIWJ POWDtft 00.,106 WALL ST.,
NtW-TOftK. $2.00 and $:.1.50 shoes mad to order
and every pair warranted. I guarantee or without Borders This is the largest and best seleci!.
and If can buy for
goods prices. you
less, I will refund your money I Stock of Carpets Mattings Rugs Shades Oil Cloths
GEO. B. RCMPH. ,
. LOCAL NEWS. -The Misses! )[. II. Ransom and Ida removes. They are well elevated In the
I R. Bates, who have been attending the air, and caught the cold below as well Furniture Coverings to be found South.
State Teachers' convention, returned as above. Dissolution of Partnership.
ContlnUfil from l"t Page.Mr. home on Friday.Do "Moreover, they have very slight recuperative j Write for Samples and Prices.
fail powers, far removed as they are The law firm of Hall & Reynolds has H. E. CLARK,
not to attend the play at the
I.. C. Oliver has been from
spending mother earth. been dissolved by mutual consent, also
couple of days at New Smyrna and I Opera night, as house this to-night Is and said to-morrow to be "From this class there will be 10 to 15 the Insurance firm of Hall. Reynolds A 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
Ujjtona tills week I of the best In company the state one per cent of the plants saved. What they I Wright The Insurance business will be
-Mr. E. H. Wells, traveling will do In the way of fruit this season Is, carried on by the firm of Hall & Wright
agent of the Southern Railway passenger, passed -Mr. J. D. Forsyth room-clerk of, at this writing, an absolutely unknown Titusville Fla., Dee. 17th, 1894.
Hotel Indian quantity. We have dissected of PACE & DOYLE
through here, yesterday, on his to Rlverl Rockledge, was in many A
Rocklcdge way town Tuesday, and gave the ADVOCATE them, and the fruit bud and stem in the ,
a pleasant call.Governor extreme lower heart Is In a very doubt- For Exchange.We .
Archdeacon B. F. Brown left here, ful condition.
Tuesday for I damage: the freeze had done to his orange Issued a requisition on Florida for Mr. II. year is thus reduced to a low figure, have a desirable place in North-
grove.A M. Flagler, though that gentleman has while the ultimate outcome as to the east Georgia, well watered containing Hay Grain Feed Cotton Seed Meal alI
never committed a crime nor been in plants themselves Is as already outlined.It valuable hardwoods, which we will exchange ,
resident of Atlanta writes the ArOCATK >- Texas. Governor Mitchell refused to III too early yet for generalizations, for orange grove or pineapple ,
- \ that Mrs. McFadden, of Mel- allow the requisition-Baptist Witness. but careful data is being prepared which lands. Write us.AJITHONY 33 3FL TIH. I Zi 33 DR. S ,
liourne, Is having her trial this week -Mrs. Valentine, of Tillman, was In will be of value for future guidance BROS., Titusville, Fla.
She I
has been
lllckcn.Mrs.. widely known as Mrs. town Monday and Tuesday, and gave "1:10: far as present appearances go, the Orange Boxes, Pineapple, Bean and Tomato Crates, i
red spider Is annihilated. This is
our office a short Call She says her no
A. S. Thompson and little girl, grove, like others, suffered badly In the small item of compensation." FurnitureWas Basket Carriers and Fruit Growers' Suppll II
of Ameilcus, (la., arrived In town on late freeze. Mrs. Valentine stopped
Wednesday afternoon to join her hus over with Mrs W. II. Gleason, Eau Oal- never so cheap as now. I am AGENTS FOR -
band here. They are residing in North lie, a day or so on her way home. IIICKHX AND McFADUEX. over-stocked In consequence of the disastrous -
Titusville.Mr. freeze curtailing the demand, Warnell Veneered Pine Orange Box Sides and Bradley's and Thompson c
-Mr. L. II. Brace, of Chicago, entertained I They Want $2OOOO Damages.Wednesday's and will sell at disastrous, hard-time Edwards' Standard Fertilizers.
0. E. T. Darnel, of Plymouth a party of eight friends with an I Atlanta Constitution >rfces. Carpets, mattings, rugs, etc., We handle nothing but strictly first-class material and will be pleased to (|
reforcing -
Mae, thrived In town yesterday, au.UI'cctl oyster supper, supplied by Chef Monroe, Included. See 35x70 reversible your order. We are, Very respectfully,
to Mrs. McFadden and the man my rug
at d\:, Renaker's
,
to spend the winter on the EastCoast. Lesley Saturday evening
Jicken for only $1.25. PACE & DOYLE.
formerly of Melbourne, Indian
ast. The which excellent
Mr. Harnet has spent several spread- was an River GEO. B. RUMPH.
:
Inters one-was enlivened by an orchestra says
at Daytona, and has made several
< tilps on Indian River furnished by Prof. Delano and son, of "Attorney Robinson stated Monday I H.Groceries L. ::e .hD
that
New York. suits would be filed by Mrs. M. E. For Sale. .,
ThoK. J. Keogh, the German dialect Ik ken and her supposed husband Sloop

comedian, will appear with his companyat against the Eads-Neel) company, and For sale, sloop Irene 40ftzl5ft; Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
irricTs OF TIIU FREEZE yesterday they were handed to the clerkof ,
the'opera house, Tltusvilte, tonightand the court. tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condi- ,
to-morrow night. Mr. Keogh Is a OX PINEAPPLES. "Ilicken supreme sues for $10,000 damages Jind tion. New sails; head-room In cabin I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
general favorite wherever he goes, and Jest party or trade\ boat of her size on
you should not fail to see this popular his wife wants the same amount. They the river. Price, $400.00. Apply to Stfiplo Ac I 'ii-iioy 3rrocerie, JTVuitj
that the
tttar actor. Opinion of an expert as to damage allege warrants against them .
K. C. II. Waveland
,
lone the pineapple fields In the Fort were groundless and that the proscution Tymlall or Capt. And Food Products |t
1I1\1\ Ellen It. Dow den, of Louisville, ball been malicious. Peter Nelson, TUnsville, Fla., where she :
-- Pierce, Ankona and Eden neighborhoods. They claim that Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Ky, Is spending the winter in town with: We believe the figures are as definite as they have demanded trial several times, may be seen *tf
her sister and ImHhvr-ln-law I ; Rev and i can bo made at this time. They are prepared but that the state refused to- permit the Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal>,
Mrs B. A. (lcl l'r. Minn Dowdon Is desirous by an expeiieucctl and successful cases to be heard
of forming a claws for piano or grower : "lioth Illcken and his wife are still In Ground F.od and Wheat.I .
organ: playing, and those wishing to take "After the lapse of 12: days since the jail, though Mrs. Illcken has stated that LAGER BEER am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: In the above tin:
lessons w ill please notify her. freeze the situation Is more hopeful than she would get out at once. There Is Goods. I buy close, aDd will sell close. I invite your correspondence and IOn
we thought It would be. They have nothing between Mrs. McF.xMon and her your patronage. Very truly
-We acknowledge, with thanks, receipt been the subject of careful study and freedom except the signing of a bond for I Recipe to Make it 25c.I. 33. L. 33H..AJDY.
of The Mar Almanac and Canadian observation by us from day to day withthe $500" -- ---- _
Hook for 1805: from Mr. Wm. WIlson
Year
following conclusions. Time may This will be further news for our Indian -
of Montreal, Canada. It Is a bookof B. Orlando
yet modify some of these conclusions River readers. TOTTEN Florida.
and contains vast amount IMIotlowWagoner.
ISO pages, a ,
slightly, but not to any great extent
valuable Information various sub
of on ; -- ---------
of__ __ ...... Of the young plants I set in the summerand
1.,1. unnMelllll'l." fall of 181)4. (and which we estimate RETAIL AGENTS FOR
P. Ilotsal and F. W. Jessett, at 23: per cent of the total number of J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.
employees Mr. 11. K. Clark, the well- lllanll| ), 80 per cent of the hearts or buds ,
known carpet manufacturer, of Bay are untouched, and while the leaves are DEALERS INBo PURE SOUR MASH WHISKEY
street, Jacksonville, have been engaged whitened, that will disappear In a few -
a day or two this week re-iUting the Indian months. Of the other :20 per cent most
River Steamboat Co.'s steamer bt.Sili.iKtlan of the hearts are soft and decaying, but ir LT ALL KINDS OF
with new carpet and matting, they will 'rattoon' from below the surface "\t 4e .'.1'I.... :t. Wins
"which makes her look very neat Inside. of the ground, and In a year from 1 iY Saints, Beers, Etc
Mr. Clark Is doing quite a.la : now will have overtaken the others. It x>
business I on this coast, a dar : follows that to this class of plants there ,

advertising his wares pays him well ls little permanent Injury. The class of Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc. pUREW&FEXEBI
!ice! his ad. on 8th page. that were set In 1803 and would
Gave borne fruit this season for the first AGENTS: FOR :- Will\ always give very lowest prices ,
Mr. Jas. F. Andrews, an ADVOCATE time, Is estimated at about 25 per cent ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ox, and prompt shipments.
nitwtriber from Eden, was in town a of the entire number of plants. These COLLINS BUICK CO., Atlanta, Oa., I Give us your orders and we guarantee -
'mplc of days this week, purchasing have an immediate connection with the THE CAROLINA BROWN SsTONE CO. satisfaction. '
various articles of furniture and other ground. They are dense and cover the 1 OFFICE GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & C Ci'!
things for the Beulah Cottage, Eden, ground well, and protect theirown lower WAREHOUSE
which he will\ open to the general public foliage. This class of plants would have 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block. .
on the 15th Inst. Although he closely produced 70 to 85 per cent of fruit this Ttlr.hou. eat. Telephone 883. Fine Groceries.Fruits
perused the ADVOCATE columns, he season, and were looking unusually well. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
could not find the ndvt.of a single dealer At the best they will give :SO to 60 percent ---- ----
in furniture on Indian River, and while of fruit, and Its size, quality, etc., and Vegetables Florida & Western kilt
Meats of all
:
m our office we gave him the names of: remains for the future to tell. They
merchants who could lp Andrews may or may not have good crowns and A :Beautiful Selection
\h::
what he needed. Mr. slips They will undoubtedly sucker CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. _
spent quite a deal of money while In and 'rattoou' well. This Is the historyand O371
town. Due good customer sometimes habit of such plants similarly effected. :rAgents for Williams &:; Clark Fertilizer Co. Tour orders solicited.Very .
pats for a whole year's advertising, and _
still our merchants are slow to observe "The remaining SO per cent of all b o Truly, aurora W Fenster,
this fact; but they should Indelibly 1m the plants Is composed of old fields that g
'ress upon their mind that "adverthllngII have fruited 1, 2, 3, 4 or more times. ( .4 "THE LITTLE BROW JUG"
what steam Is to Dl\ClIIuery-the I I Their suckers are removed from the cn
grand propelling power." ground connection by that number of >
I I Old
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r";,, ;0 .... 'w ,--.- T'V7.' .. .. "" -a -f RYE OR BOURBON.

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NATURAL FLAVOR =
4z ONE GALLON: Delivered
=Z:
p, without that scalded milk taste: .Iso light pure <. :ejm color III depot Seated freight Case,prepaid(no marks, ) at your p

)P uniform consistency and ptriect: l.ixpmg quality These ore STERLING BELT :x: BUCKLES AND ZARINOS, On Receipt of $3

the characteristics ofBORDER'S At ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. Ul.All Address business Strictly Confiden-

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t l R 'S PEERLESS DRANDEVAPORATED L DIB E R I! V WANKLYN&Jacksonville, Fla.CO,


t RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T UOGG.

I': g'r. -- CREAM We Notary Futile A IwunnSAf
are making special prices on Lumber

Jsvr,.. llPcr This result has: not before been Florida Real

I- U co i accomplished n the production oft Lath and Shingles, in car lots, toall points Sonth on the Estate Exchange e,

any other brand. Try it J,, St. A. &: I. R. R'y. For< M particulars, AddressBUILDERS'
ty Write
F : CV THC NEW YORK CONDENSED MILK CO. M fIX descriptive price list

ton SALE BY AIL LEADING GROCERS. SUPPLY CO.
. . Drawer 13 POSTOFFICE BOX IOO. _
+ st. Augustine
Fla MELBOURNE
Brevard
Co., FLA.










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