Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00160
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00160
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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Vol. 11. No. 17. TITTJSVTLLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, DEC. 6, 189 M. Price, 5c. i4


LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully -Do not fall to read! all those small I -Mr. Geo. B. Rumph was In town Change of Schedule. The New Canal. '
ads on 5th page. resterday.
Topics of General Interest. THE EAGLE Cuvrmxa STORE In the
And ADVOCATE brick building, Titusville, -Mr. James Paine, of St. Lucle, has Postmaster S. F. Gibbs paid Titus- There was a change of schedule! on the Civil Engineer; G. Trevor Spencer' of

are the leading clothiers on the East been visiting relatives St. Augustine. vllle a visit yesterday. Florida East Coast K'y yesterday. Train St. A ugustlne; passed through here Monday .
leaves Jacksonville at 10 a. m., arrivesat *
do need In the of on his way to Dado county's new
What, note you and letter head way, bill. Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on -Mr, E. L Brady has been on a tripto There will be wedding' ( In town In Titusville I at 3SI: p. m. Going 1 north canal. Mr. Spencer Informs that It U.

envelopes dead statements, tags, cards, etc ? this and other pages, and do not fall West Palm Beach and Mnton this the very near future. train loaves West Palm Bench at ?:AO a. more than probable the canal will be
to them trial.
\Ve shall be glad to have a share of your week. Jensen article was crowded' out of m., arrives' Tllusvllle 1237: and Jacksonville 'finished by the end of thl month.A .

work. -County Clerk A. A. Stewart hast this week's Issue-being rather lengthy. at 0:15 p. m.It.'port .
:F- JOB PRINTING at this office.
been t spending 1day or so at Juno this Messrs. Simon Hamlwrsr and S. 11.I I Cheap Trip to Atlanta.The .

week. Ray spent a couple of days at Jensen of 1.1'n""M.

Advertise.Like :::r Advertisements on this (first] -Mr. E. L. Brady returned home Tues this week Florida Central and Peninsular

page are/ continued are ten cents from per week line to per week week unless day afternoon, after his trip to Jacksonvllle Wide-awake merchants should hustle The attention' of our readers Is drawn railroad has made a special rate of $7

a ship wlthont a rudder, otherwise ordered. Reading notices on and Atlanta. around and get their Christmas ads. In to the above report, which will be foundon for the round-trip{ from Jacksonville to

Like a kite without a tail, but I arrived In the ADVOCATE.Mrs. our :2nd page. Those whose names Atlanta on Wednesday, December llth,
any page the first, are five cents per i -Mrs. A. S. Thompson
which has been named Florida
Like a door without Its this list and who still as dayat
line and Is are not on are
hlnges\ Insertion. town from Atlanta on Monday,
Like bout and \ F. Turner, who owns a the exposition. Correspondingly low
a carrying on their business, are
with Mrs. Coleman.Dr. .
In the business, great; or little, stopping fine pineapple plantation at Eden, Is now that they are violating the law rates have been made from the various

That attempts to make Its way, WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on W. S. Graham Is expected home stopping at Ruxton, Md. points along the railroad line In the
Without advertising succor- our 7th page. from Philadelphia this afternoon' In -Mr. Chas. T. Verbeke, manager of - state This Is. an excellent chance to

Soon or late, 'twill go astray. company with Mrs. Graham and family. ,' Hotel du Nil, Sarno, arrived In town yes Tho Ocean Pier at Palm Iteacli. visit the exposition at a small expense.

Christmas and New Year are drawing A FINE line of boys' suits at Kline's. -Mr. J. J. Flannery, of Clifton, III' terday. lIe returns home to-day.

tear, and It will pay you to advertise around town again after his serious Illness Address all communications for publication The first pile for the Palm Beach pier llretaril School Hoard.

what you have for safe.Mr. much to the pleasure of his many "The ADVOCATE," Titusville, was driven I last week Two hundred
DEED blanks lOc. each
$3.00 100 at
; per ,
creosoted will be
Fla and seventy-six plies
This often saves much time
the ADVOCATE office. friends.We creosoted will The usual monthly mooting of the
driven and forty piles, not ,
Jas. Andrews, of Eden, spent are pleased to note that we are -Mr. A. C. Gardner Is expected homeon he used on the each proper. The piles above hoard. took plate' this week, when

Sunday with friends at Ormond. By The ADVOCATE may be had at enrolling a number of new subscribers Monday, having left New York by have been examined by Inspector Le- the following member were present:

Pineapple plants for sale by Geo. II. Screven's drug store and Mrs. Emma on the ADVOCATE subscription list, both the Clyde Line steamer last Monday.The seoln. Messrs. A. I.. Hatch, (chairman), John

Wright, Orlando. Read ad on our 5th Eaton's news stand, Be. per: copy. north and south. Rev. J. X. Mulford has received Henry, and I T. Johnson; with County
-Mr. Geo. F. Miles of the Supt. Jno. II SI'lIIlIln attendance The
page. manager a new bell for his fine Lake Worth Another 'V.'dllhlJ
East. Coast Line Canal and Transportation church principal business before the Board was
CALL and examine that fine line of Episcopal -Bethesda-by-the-sca.
T. E. Burns of Eau Gallie has
company, returned! toSt.. Augustine the payment of bills, which were closely'
been spending several days in town this be larllell'.tentll'found/ at Kline's.and children's shoes to from New YOlk on Tuesday -Mr. E. 11. Wager left for West Palm On Thursday last Mr. Geo. E. Coon scrutinized and the amount fully discussed ,

seek for Beach on Saturday last, returning to was married to Miss RiBs M. Moslcr at before ordered paid. j
-Mr. book-keeper
Henry Merry
town Monday noon. the residence of the bride's at
Commodore Clark: of Plttsburg, Pa., Beach parents
Hotel Poinclana and Palm
ANYTHING want In the line of woolen Royal
In having a fine residence erected at underwear you, you will do well by /giving Inn, has arrived from New York lIe -Mr. and Mrs. Kettle, of St. An gun- Jensen.known The the bride lower alill.tI'IHun Indian/ River are well and The Palm blench Inn

Palm Beach Kline a call before purchasing else will spend the winter at Palm Bench. tine, were visiting their parents at Hastings the ADVOCATE on and their friends

-Capt. Jas. Prltchard, after a pleasant where. the first part of the week. many On the ocean beach, will soon be open
-We are requested to state that Man\ wish them every prosperity and happiness \ -
trip to New York, returned home on ager Sharp, of Hotel Geneva, Jatkson- -This Is a good time to advertise as they journey through life.The for business---piobably on the I Wth( I list.

Wednesday afteinoon.Mrs. FOR first class shoemaking and repairing ville, will make a special rate residents Push your goods during the coming A big stalT of hands bus Ix-en cngage/d
call J. A. I) at Mr. Nollu's for wan time past, giving\ the plate a
on :uighterv,
C. C. CurtUs and little son, on Indian River, Lake Worth and Bis- festive season for all they aio worth.
old stand, Titusville, Fla.( I Elf Children.An thorough cleaning after getting rid of
tar), are visiting Mr. and Mrs George cayne Bay. -Mr. Grant O. Springer, of St Augustine thowoikmen. Gen'l. Supt. C B. Knott

Singleton, at Rockledge. -Mr. Wm. Trcutler, of Eau Gallie, Is said to have one of the neaUmt: and Manager: Fred Terry nassed: II throiiith.Titusville ,

-Captain Mercier, of Cocoa who has WE now have money to loan In sums to was before the County Commissioners and best-eqlppcd Ice factories on the entertainment will bo given at the Satinday: ;: last, on their l I way to ,I
suit an approved real estate security. for the of turningover East Coast at Cocoa. Doc, liltli Palm Bunch Inn for the of '
been on a trip to Key West, was In town on Monday, purpose Opera house Friday night purpose I
i couple of days this week. Send in your applications. Robbins A the Eau, Gallie bridge to the county. -The steamer Delia, on Lake Worth, entitled the Elf Chlldien. The 1'1'1)ICfI'"IIue hurrying things forward Mr. Harvey t
Graham Co. will bo nicely selortud, and Tomlinson, of New York, chief steward
M. S. xlo returned to has been undergoing considerable
and at St. Senator Quay, repairs -
Service morning evening,
improved faithful WUI k Is being done to make It asuccess of the Royal Point latin, and about forty
cold which
last week his Improves her
nibriel's Episcopal church ArclideaOD MoNEtWe want money to loan on first Washington while at St. ,Lucle says, but if his much. allle""Incovery Miss Bates-well known fur help for the Palm Beach Inn and Royal

", B F Brown will officiate.Mr. real estate moitgages. Ten per cent cough bad again It will not be longere ,: her success In three .ulterprises-will Poinclikiia, were on board. the Cline train
free of all expenses to lender (Sadden he gets to Indian River. -Mrs. Sackctt left here, yesterday, to have the little f\llkllln charge, and something I The furniture has arrived, and It Is rapIdly -
J. E. Lanouette left here jester- &" Sanders, Titusville and West Palm returns join her son, Sir Glen Strohm. Severalof nice may: be looked for. Prof and placed In the rooms. Mr. Knott

.' W Cronk, who has been granted leave many noticeable changes and her adieu. make It a success. Tim pioceed will (wars to be doing his. utmost to get the

'>f absence for ten days. Improvements since the last visit of an go towards furnishing such necessaries hotel opened by the above date.
our big stock of watches, -Mrs. B. F. Ylckery, of Jacksonville
called the ADVOCATE representative to that: comfortable for the school house-wood, music, etc.
Your attention is to new charms, ear-r' ."s, breastpins, necklaces arrived in town jostcrdty, afternoon, andwill
iri it Anthony Bros., on t+th page. They silver novelties and everything and popular hostelry upend few days: tilth her husband as are needed, there (wing no contingent CMiiHiinatUM 1'arin Laude.Our .

uill have a big stock of Christmas goods In the line for Christmas presents Is -Mr. Frank Woolen publisher of the at the Decker house fund to do this.

'h' sale at Chaffee & Co.'s drug store. the road. Call at Challee's Cocoa and Kockledge News was a -
now on pleasant
-Prof. and Mrs. Chas Ii. Cory and /Sebastian: correspondent, writingthe
-Miss Harriett Parkhill, general secetar drug/ store Anthony Bios. caller on tile ADVOCATE Tuesday. family have been snugly! ensconced In Opening of Canaveral Club: ADVIM'ATE: about the big drainage

> of the Women's Auxilliary of Frank is a popular young,: man, and we their cottage at Chester I-ihoal"-llellr house Imtne. says:
him In town.
vmtli Florida, will deliver an address atM To LIT, a fine brick stole an the AnvoCATV are always pleased to see Canaveral L-house-thls week Mr Bushiie.il, of Jacksonville, wa

Gabriel's Episcopal church, on Sunday black, Titusville. Excellent location -"You may know a live merchant by drawn here last week, representing a St. Louis
-Attention Is to the ad.
evening. Possession may be had at the way he advertises, and you seem to of J, W. Estes the / new Canaveral club house opened for the firm of drainage contractors. He expressed I
url'rille'itore King
once Apply to Robbins & Grahamor have one at the Eagle; Clothing /Store," winter season on Monday: and the event himself well pleased with this I
-Vice-President J. K. Parrott, Supt. C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE ottice, writes an ADVOCATE subscriber In Chic and Marine streets St. Augustine lie was marked by the arrival of live of the general appearance of the land west of
K. T Got and Gen'L Pass. Agent Joseph Titusville. ago. Nothing like letting/ people know has a fine displ.ty of dry goods, carpets, meinbei and well known residents Sehastlon, owned by Mr. Russell, and
Richardson of the Florida East CoastLine matting etc. See 4th of this Issue.
that you are In business and are anxiousto page of Boston as follows: Col. Chas said this canal would be a big under

have returned from their trip to OCR experience in the busine' s and our get the public's patronage.The -Mr. and Mrs. It. R. McCormick and I' Horton, Dr. Ch.ta. G. Weld, and taking.

Lake Worth credit established has enabled us to Mr. and Mrs. W, F. McCormick have left Messrs. Jas. M. Cod man, T. W. Men ill R. II. McWIlllams the firm of R.It. .
of Mr. A. S.
--Mrs. A. Becker, of Montreal, Cauada, put in a full line of the newest and genial countenance Philadelphia for Atlanta, to see the and Goo. Yon L. .Meyers who Is the well McWIlllams A Co., drllnRl1I011
passed through here Friday afternoon best jewelry I and silver novelties to be Loomis IK again seen In St. Augustine exposition. From there they will leave known speaker of the souse of rrpiesentatlvea tractors, of Chicago, was also here list
Cordova this but In
at the season, '
last, on her way to City Point. As usual had, on especialy good terms, and we not office of the Alcazar. Both the for their home at Cocoanut Grove of Massai'liusetU. 'I hey area week, looking over the swamp land
the Mil spend the winter on Indian propose our patrons to share our suc the and jnvIRIIrty. mid will tin doubt enjoy where tho l.rnjllls"llmprovt'mlllll. are to
Kiver cess. Will be for sale at Chaffee's manager-Mr. Joe P. Greaves- Mr. \ttorneyjas. T. Sanders, of West themselves hunting and I fishing us usual. be made, and the ('leu:innatii* farmlands
drug ltol'e. Anthony Bros. Loomis have a host of friends north and Palm Beach, passed through here Saturday Mr. Meyers will only remain about ID) : are situated.\ Mr. MclllUrns

-Mr, J. D. Crabb, who recently open. south. last en route to Tallahassee, wherehe days or .... Piof. Chas. II. Cory wan also think the soil of these swamp to ta of

ed i saloon at Cocoa, gave our office a -The rocky hill at the back of the informed an ADVOCATE reporter on hand at the opening. the richest quality-requiring no fertiliser

':all this week. lIe said he intended to Hotel Koval Poinciana: Palm Beach, is he had a case In court. lie Is expected .', ami at a very small eix'use
4+ut in putting down all lawlessness, -Always read the inside pages, which being blasted away, and A fine concrete home to-day or tomorrow ran lie brought to a high state of cult
Mil that he would his saloon In a TltiiHtllle Nodal Club
run vation.
contain Interesting news. walk will be laid between the two hotels.
manner that would meet with the approbation On the east side of the walk Is a row of -Mr. Dunhani Coxetter, who has W. W. Kussell ha returned to Cincinnati -
of the citizens of -Mr. David Sears, of Boston, another been acting as telegraph opurator at St.
law-abiding which to confer with his father, Mr. A. O.
and trees of this
cocoanut palm Improves Another enjoyable meeting
Is at Canaveral clubhouse weeks left for
1 ocua crack shot expected Lucle, for some past, St.
Russell, of the United State Printing.;
the appearance of things. last He Informed club took place on Tuesday night when
to-day or Augustine on Saturday I
-Rev. n. M. Goodell Informs us that he Intended the attendance was fl'r11C'NII, On this Co, a* to the lulling of the drainage
I Mayor A. F. Gaillard, treasurer of us lemaiuing In the
she of the : attempt was made to break into occasion members Welllllal'll't..llu bringa cuntrlU't.
lion. Lou J. Beauchamp, one and Ancient all the winter.
most entertaining and popular temperance I the residence of Mr. J. E. Ingraham, St. the East Coast Line Canal Transportation City photograph, taken at theli youngutKg" W. II. Lankester, who Is Mr Russell'
of St. Augustine, panned .
lecturers in the country, and T. B.Demaree. Augustine, early Monday morning company here Tuesday, on his to -The ft hoonei Manatee In command: /: 'llieso wete passed arroiinil foirecognition confidential friend and representative,
grand councillor of the Good -Mrs. Anna M Marcotte will soon West Palm Beach and other way points of Capt. Itenj. Hogg, after a thorough and those ti h. mud the remain' here during the latter: gentle
rem also of national overhaul Nelson's left Titus. best and received a prize were luau. absence. It I I. not likely that the
pial's, reputation commence to publish her lively and interesting south. Mr. L. Larson, Mr. J. E. Ingra- on ways, guesses
will visit Titusville on Saturday, 14th winter journal, The Tatler, at ham's chief clerk, accompanied him. ville Saturday last, for Cocoa: Eau; Gallic, tire II. ''. 'litns. Miss Anna Egger/: Dr. contract will be let much before January1st
mst' and deliver a course of lectures. Fort Pierce, and will\ sown leave for the Wilson and Biidiniit Piltrhanl. Dane- about which time Mr. Itusselles-
This win be a rare treat for all. Further St. Augustine.Dr. I -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cordero, of Jack. Bahamas lug and rurda were Indulged In until pects to return; It will, probably, l has

particulars later.St B. L Wills now holds the recordfor sonville, are In town, having arrived hereon midnight, when the members wended then made known-through the column
quail shooting/ lIe went out to La Tuesday from Daytona and New Mewlames II. Titus, If. T. Titus, tli ,lr way homewards, will pleased with of the ADVOCATE-a* to the date decided

Augustine should certainly take Grange on Tuesday and killed 47. Good Smyrna. Mr. Cordero, who Is repre- J. H. Cordero (of Jacksonville) Mrs. F. the evening' entertainment 'llie new upon for the commencement of operation

pattern by Titusville, and get her streets'leaned for you, Doc. senting the Georgia State Building sod ChafTee, and the Misses Lena Gardner, ch..tr4--C1"ml..1 of Mrs. Colemaii, upon these 112,1Mgacresof: swamp
up and sidewalks put In order. Loan Association, of Savannah-which Ida F. Bates, Jeaniietle Paddlson ..nd! Dr. Craven and Messrs.' Hall and D <'kerrendered land.
of passed
Armour Jupiter, ..
The condition the streets are In is any -Capt. Titusville, Saturday last, en he Informs us Is meeting with great; success Mildred yesterday/ caller I dome excellent music, which
thing but a credit to so nice a city as St. through Charleston and the Atlanta exposition -has $30OiiO, to loan at six per cent. on the ADVOCATE afternoon.Mr. was much appreciated by thime present. Da
Augustine; and the ADVOCATE calls the route to. See his ad. on 8th page of this issue W. L. Palmer, attoruey-nt-Uw,

Attention of Mayor Gaillard and the aldermen left for -Many of the friend. of Mrs. C. L. of Orlando, gave the ADVIM'AT* a pleasant On Monday, at Juno the grand Jury
that "Cleanli- B. F. Brown CIRCUIT C'OUHT.
to the old -Archdeacon
adage" Myers will be pleased to learn she Is on call <>u ..tIlI neu u next to Godliness. Daytona on Tuesday, for the purpose of the road to recovery, after a long and leaving for Dad county uheie he went Taltart for manslaughter, and J. B.

-Miss Rose Pierson Is quite an acqulUon assisting the Rev. C. W. Arnold In the serious illness Supt. Myers, of the to represent State' Attorney J. D. Beggs Circuit Court: adjourned at Titusville Thomas for vault with Intent to kilL

as a soprano, at Trinity Episcopal missionary services at Daytona and Southern Express Co.-whom an ADVOCATE at the Circuit Court. on Friday last, and Judge Brooine. Attorneys Taltart, ex-marshal of West Palm Beach,

hurcb, St Augustine They now have representative met In St August -Mrs. Win. M Tuahen ha closed her W. L. Palmereo.. M. RobLlns, shot and killed Jim Brady, a negro, about
Jgoodquolr composed of Miss Winnie Port Orange.Mr. ine on Sunday last-seemed quite over boarding house In Atlanta, and returnedto llowell Titus and other left for Juno on two months ago. Thomas while under

loung and Miss Plerson, sopranos; Miss Fred F. Taylor Mr. and Mrs joyed at the good; news respecting! his i St. Augustine this week Mrs. Wade Saturday rnlH'n. Mr. Palmerwent to the Influence of liquor, fired} the content

Boyoton, alto; Arthur Young, basso, C. L. Lockwood and C.: L. Lockwood: wife who is In New York.Messrs. i and Miss Teahen are also at the Columbia Dade county for the purpose of conductIng of a fun at Ab Wilder this summer, bet
Grand Rapids Mich. ; and Mr. and the state' affairs Judge JJettlts having fall strike hint, the Citlaen
cad f T Menoher, tenor. Mid Grace Jr., of Walter C. Brownrigg Cecil hotel\, ht George( strict, St Augustine III says
have ,
but Mrs. S. II Peck of Rockledge returned to trrenpondeut.
Mlraer makes organist, ,
tni, l a good overhauled as it on a delightful cruise down Indian River Brownrigg, J. C. Jones, F. II. Voucher, John McCormick, convicted of the In charging the grand Jury, Judge
should be ,
,rgan the The at- in their launch-enjoylog the tubing as and J. II. Jones., of Orlando, who left Capt. Tom Lacy, so long Identified murder of old man Dougheity, was seu- I Broome criticized the release of Louis
fcmUnce unsatisfactory to player. they went south. At Jupiter they left Titusville about six weeks ago, on a with the Coma Iud yard, expects to tenred to be hanged. The day ha not : Gitben, who wa fined $:-10> In the tires
C. M. Sturge
oj\1lvel to hear the Rev good the launch, and went on to Lake Worthto cruise down Indian River, Lake Worth leave fur (;onut Grove, liinrayne Bay, yet been set. McCormick took the sentence I ola Circuit court for assault upon T. J.
"' the a very fine address, wan very in the spend a couple of days ere returning and on the Atlantic ocean, as far as Hllls- where be has accepted a position with without a tremor. II. still O'Brien, committed here. It appear
morning, but rather slim to Kockledge. boro Iolet, la the yacht Belle, have returned the New York Yacht Club, located at tents his Innocence. A petition pro-I that the OceoU County Commissioner ,
"mag. to Orlando. The Belle now lies that place, and will\ have charge of their commutation of sentence I* said oft:: I In old Glthen' freedom for Irt: to J. C. j

Mr Gus P. Anthony-one of Tltus- _The ladies of the First Presbyterian In front of the Indian River hotel, Titus boats, repairing, ete. The club could preparation.The Lantbr. The Commissioners oj OsceoU

'u>: fc former popular young men-now church gave a reception church to their pastor, I yUle, and ls for sale. not have made a better selection. We trial of the negro Hall for the county claimed that they had been give

Ptogresslve and much-esteemed jewelry Uev. W. T. Veale, in th.which wa parlorslast one of Palm Beach correspondent wish him success In his new field of murder of Mike Shay wa postponed until permission to do so by the Dade County
Tuesday evening, labor. when the witnesses I for Commissioner. The judge In hi cbarg
"> "'hart at West Palm Beach, came up Monday next, *
affairs that happened I : "The rapidity with which LI D ton
w> town last visit to his the most pleasant says Miles the well known the defense will come before Judge to the grand jury, said that nothing
on Saturday on a week. The members of the congre- Is growing Is wonderful, considering the -Mr. Geo. F. ,
last hobbies ha be done but that the Conv
Geo. M. could
Gus'many Brooine. Attorney County
Monday. of the Florida East Coast Line
returning on turned out In full and were Joined town's tender age. Several merchants manager
gation defense. mlssloner should be reminded that
friends were very glad to see him fn the entertainment by a number of have erected buildings there and opened Canal and Transportation Co., will probably been appointed a* counsel for the such they
.again and wish him all the success heierve )' refreshments were branch stores. Some of the eolonUU become a Benedict at the end of _________ must not repeat an
for the enterprising manner In servedriduring evening.-Times-Un will also do a merchandise business. this month. This will surely break the The case of O'Brien vs. Zapf was to
Stitch be conducts his business. While Some manufacturing establishment will\ hearts of many of ft' Augustine' )'ounlClady TOPIC ATTENTION IS CALLED have been tried on Tuesday, but the attorney

("Wo Gus managed to get himself and dos ___ __ open later in the new town. The colonist visitors, with whom we understand I to the name-anti-dateilip pasted for Zapf moved for a continuance

'neel mixed up with a dog, but, like don't forget to puff on. are endeavoring to get a school, Mr. Mile, WM very popular. St. Augustine jy: } weekly upon the ADVOCATE or tinge
"v" vthlng else he does, he went into It WHEY at Cocoa, djJarSlI1Okett or a which they will no doubt do at the next paper wlU pleas* "keep this (/It fcf wrapper. If your subscription -The St will: woe

Sit' :' spirit and unbounded energy, and of Crabb's Edward.ctwlce 1t.J meeting of the County School Board" dark. ha expired, pleas remit. have a new building erected for lu iuu
ame out on top.


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ANNUAL REPORT OF LICENSES.State 152 L Wills . . . . physician. . . . . . II .. II .. II U 1000 loom! "

154 155 ID[ .E Nickel Howard Plate. .Show.. . .. 1 'pool' table: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : Jan.Mar. "" 18Qj.. .."U.. U. ."U. 1l2s 1187/ 1)2)41*II)1)4;!; .. I.

of Florida Brevard County. 160 F Paddlson . . [merchant. . . . ... . No' 181"14Jan. I 5 917 9))Ii'
157 F L Pierce. . . . . .. .. . . . . . 180.iFl'b. .. :, .UU 228 a/\:.! 41.

150 158 J M F S Bell Jone .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. lawyer. :. :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : Oct... ".. 1894 I .". .UII 1000 24133 1000 24* :) I\I.;

160 T E James . . . physician. . . . .. . II lOoo J l0o (J
Issued by Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of Bretard County, duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge for 161 Miss Julia Roberts . . . . . . . . . . .. ... .... .. U 30111* 3 OIl I)
the period beginning on the first day of October, 1804, and ending on the 30th day of September, 1X05. Presented to the 102; MrsCJ FCampbell. . II. U 54 U 178 1 17. .
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : II l89iDec. ;) .. .. U
Grand Jury for approval' No,. 25, 1S95.ico. IIJ!: Wm II Reeves . . . lawyer lay 417 4)1) '
I I ( leo B Humph . . . merchant. . . . . . . 180IOct. U 420'' 4:10: 'I-
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105WV .
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ri d T L ieenM 4To h.I'IUOr er.11 thus ftth.1ealers ., Total Tolll- IM) A W S N Thompson Hendry. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. bowling aiie;: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :l A Ir.. l0Oct4 ; .. .. 10(40 71\21\ lo9 7500 'It:, ., ",

ofLlcen.e I To Whom Granted I I I When. When.ct. for Uqnor I for I for i 167 Wethy &; Wagner . . merchants . . . . .., ISl4Jun. .44. .'I. ., "no
8tate. 'dealer.RUle .tate. county.Cr 1(18( Geo Cook . . . machine agent. . . . . .". 1811. ;) .. 833: a .i;( ; :'
.. ;
109 Atlantic Cst Real Est Ass'n.C . . . . . . . .. II 334 .
; 3.44 "
L 1) Diiwuon; . . . { [ 1!, 194 O 1, 180 "T3iii iT) 3 Oi i iI I 1 ,.0) .. .. .. "
170 real . . . . Jul. 2t0
C Carroll . . . estate agent. 24l((1
Oeo liltumph . .. . 15 0(: 15 00)) 60) .. .. .. 1 f'
2t; F Robertson . . . .1' :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : .. it itM .. 3 (04(4 3 0- 7 I. riO 171 T Wiggins . . . merchant. . : . . . . .. U ". .U. 70 I 7h
I u.
., 3 F Robertson . . . : .. .. & ()( I\W 2 M 172 F W Craven . . . dentist.. . . . . . . Jun. .. .. U .. 332 a 12..0 -
4 J V Mathers . . . ..1 .. .. .. 300):I 3044, 1 ito 173 Frank P Day. . . . .JIII. .. .. .. 2140 !1
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : "
I Feb.
//I it C Goods Co. .. .. .. II I 174 'Duren.l; Feaster . running hotel 1000)( 1000 '. I)
Budge Dry 10 OC I 10 W /6 01) .. .. ..
IIt Gardner; Son . . .. .. .. 10 Ml 10 044' 1)00 175 Howell Titus . . lawyer . . . Oct. 1000 14)0)) ) ", '.'

t 7 .I B Hcreven . . . : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : .. 10 Oil:4, 100)) 6 (IX) I, MIXOK ... JoNas:! County Judge of said county, do certify that the foregoing Is correct. Given under m\. ham
4 8ft Duren; Feaster . . .. .. .. 100.1]4 1 10 /5 (4)( ) and official seal of County Judge, this lirst) day of October, A. D. 1805.;
B Edelsteln . . . ., .. .. 10 on 4, 10 (04)I. 6 ((4) MINOR s.. JONES, County JudKi
10 ,11 Tur nacre. . . . 44 II II 3 (0 4 301J 1 Wl
11 E L UradyQ.-. . . . :: : : : : : : : : ; :: :; : : : : : :::: .. 15 00 4 15 00 760 SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT OF LICENSES ISSUED DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1805.; -
12 \v II Harris . . .. .. 10 (tO 10 00, /A 011 -
13 II J Brown . . . .. .. 3 (HI 4 300 160 A; Renaker. . . selling liquors, wines and beer. lOct. 1, l195 i.1 4 Or] 1, 180(i 4 500 00 :SOO-oo 2:4'', I 4).c ,
14 .Jullu.Kllne. . . .. .. .. .. 3 Oil I 300 i no 2 .. .. :2 pool tables . . . . . 60 OIJ 511)) 0)), IX
Iiit I'ace&; Doyle. . . . .. .. .. 10) (CIII])4 10 0)) 6110) ) 3 F T Budge: . : : : : : : : : : merchantdruggist. . . . . . . .. u u ... ... .. 00 2700 I: 'J)!
10 Blount; Anthony. . .. .. .. I 3 00 4 3 (K> 1 5)() 4 RPyles & Co. . . . .. . . . . . .. u .. h 00 3 ((4)) I 'I
.. .. .. .. .. ..
17 L C Oliver . . . .. '. ', 10 Oil]'4 10 (8)() 5 01) & Avera Grocery Co. . . .. . . . . . 00 300I 1 oj(
.. .. ..
p t 18 Jones & Parry . . . .. II 300 300 160 0 E L Brady. . . . .. . . . . . . IIII II 00 :> (440 I )' 7 .11
10 Kay *; Day. . . . . .. .. 10 OIl 4 10 00 6 OIl) 7 i B Screven . . . . . . . . . It 44 II IIII 6 (04)) 6 "'0 I',
20 Myerson Co. . . . .. 8 C Budge Dry Goods Co merchants II II II 12 00 12 (OficO
10 00]4 10 (M) 5 (HI) "
21 F T Budge . . . :: .. .. .. 15 00)'4 15 (IX) 76(1) 0 I.J A; Son. . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : .. .1 .... II .... 900 I'"
22: Avera Grocery Co. . .. .. 3 00 I 3 CMMX I roCl) 10 S Chaffee A; Co . . [druggist. . . . . . . II 1100 II no I IXI
I 23 Motlow; Wagoner. . : i : : : : .. .. $500: / ) 00) 250 (10) 11 f S Jones. . . . . l lawyer. . . . . . . 44 44 IIU .. 10 00 10003U ", ''WI)
:24 Motlow A; Wagoner. . 1 : .. .. .. 15 15 (00r )) 76() 12 [ HambergLosley . . merchant. . . . . . II .. .. 30 (MI) )) 4)0 1 i.no
25; Loiley A; Itenaker . . .. .. .. 600 >00 00 2111; 1M'' 13 .. .. .. .. . . . . .. .1 .. .. .. 15; 00, 151101I 1 ,0
:20 2 .. .. .. :\0 30 00 15 OIl 14 Meyerson A; Co : : : : : : : : : : .. . . . . . . .. u u .. .. 15 00 ) 00 7 '"
27 W J Williams. : : : : : : : : : d : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. 1000 I 10) (JO) 1\(10) 15 neo M Robblns . . . 1a .. .. .. u uu 10 (dO j ) 1000101J)1 '100
28 O II Voss . . . ..' ho :1 .. .. .. SOC I 500 2 r.o 10 W S Graham . . . ler : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: II .. .. u 10 00 ", ''Wi
29! J P McCall . . . .. ., .. .. 600'I' 6 00 2 r>o 17 .lames T Hogg . . . l and agent. . . . . .. U .. U .. .. uu 10) ((10) 10)) 00'' "> on)
3D' O I, Alexander. . . .. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. 10 (1CSOCK II I 10 OC /5 (III) 18 Thos J OeSteuben . l awyermerchants.. . . . . . . .. .. .. u .. 10 OIl)) 10 0I11 -.00
31 Indian River State bank. ., .. .. .. ) 4 :30 OC 15 (II')' 19 Florida Canning Co. . . . . . .. . .. .. u u .. 0 00 9001 4 Ml)
32 J W Y Stelfox. . .. .. .. 10 00 I 10 (X) 6 ((8)' 20 Mrs Frances Thels . . .. 44 .. 44 .. .. .. 3 (40) 3 0111 1 10
33 |J J Roberts . . . .. .. .. 300 I 300 1 50 21 .J 311 P Cooper . . . druggist. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : II II .4 .. .. 300")" 3001 ISO
34 Wright Bros . . . .. .. .. .. 3 011 4 301)) 1 50 22 Uoode &; Goode. . . l land agents . . . . . .. .. .. .. 10 00 10 00) 4)01ISO
353U Frank II Fee. . . . .. .. .. .. 1001']'4 loot 5 00) 23: Paxton Hatch . . merchants. . . . . . .. .. .. .. 15 (K) UOO
'; OWBonterChas . . . .. .. .. .. 10 00 4 1000 5 (INI) 24 [J M Sanders . . . U It 15: 00 15 001) 150
37 T McBride & Co. . .. .. .. .. 3 Ol 4 300 11)0) 25 W, L Hughlett . . . druggist. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : .. .. .. 600, 11001) .,0''

3S C J Hector . . . .. .. .. .. 10 (110 I 10 OIl 6(10 20 I. T Daniel . . . . dentist . . . . . . .. .. .. 10 00 10001a ) 00I
t 39 Gao F Paddlson . . .. .. .. .. 1001']'4 10 (Of 6 00)) 27 E C Johnson . . . merchant. . . . . . .. .. .. .. 3)40( OIl) I 110
40 A V Landing . . . .. .. .. .. 6 (10 4 500( 2 60) 28 Walter Kitching A; Co. . trade boat. . . . . . .. .. .. .. 1000 10 00' 500
41 W K Tombs. . . . .. .. .. 300 4 300 160 20\ WH Tancre. . . . merchant.! .. .. .. .. 300 300 I "ill I
I 42 M II Smith A Co. . . .. .. .. .. 3 (XI 4 300 1 50) 30 S S Jones . . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. 0 00 0011)) 4 ill

43 Hodgson Bros . . . .. .. .. .. 1000 4 10 00 500 31 T A Johnson. . . . .. .. . . . . . u .. 300 300 1 50
I I 44 II K Olinstead . . . .. .. .. .. /5 (K)4 50(4 2 50 32 L C Oliver . . . . .. . . ... . . . .. .. .. .. .. 300, 300 1 1.0.
II 45 Mrs C L Taylor. . . .. .. .. .. 301 I 3 01'') 150 33 \V J Tucker. . . . selling liquors, wines and beer. .. .. .. .. 500 00 5,,00 00 :23000TOO!;
I 40 State Bank of Eau Gallie. . .. .. .. .. 20 00 4 20011 10 00) 34 J & F M\ Tyler. . . . hotel . . . . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. 1000) 1000 ;
I 47 ,M KBeaMey. . . . .. .. .. .. 3 (X'I 3 0(1() 1740 35 Mrs C J F Campbell. . merchant. . . . . . .. .. .. 3 (00 300 1 iO
4* !John Asplnwall . . .. land .. .. .. .. 10 00( 4 1000 6 00)(I 30 Bergman & Storm. . . .. .. .. u 3 00)) 300 I MI
40 I" .. . .. .. .. .. 1000 4 10 CX) 600 37 Wm H Reeves. . . . l lawyer :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 00 1000 ;44 (444)

00I ., M Sanders . . . .. .. .. 15 CX'I 15 (III) 7 50' 38 C C Carroll. . . . l land agent . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 10 (1)) 1000J ) 00liO
I 61 E C JohiiNon . . . .. .. .. .. 6 00 6 00 2 50) 30 WC CBraddockWethy . . merchant. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 300 : 00)) I
C>2 Louts Cherry . . . .. .. .. .. 300 4 300 1 50 40 A; Wagner . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. 3 00 300) I 10
M Mrs Francis Thels . . .. .. .. 3 00'I 3 00 I 60)) 41 1 O W Bonter A; Co. . . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. 0 00 900) 4 MHOOl
M II M Hill . . . . .. .. .. 300 4 300( ) 150 42: SF Travis & Co. . . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. 12 00 1200 ''II
K Mrs. M E Hill . . . .. .. .. 300 3 00 1 60 43: S Kitchlng . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 11110( ) 6 00)3o ) :
60 J P Cooper. . . . : : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: .. .. .. .. 3 00 I 3418)) 1 50 44 F WMunson. . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 300 1 ViI ,
67 Brevard County State bank .. .. I 30 00 I 3000 15 (4)4)) 45 Jones: Edwards. . . .. . . . . . : .. .. .. 3 00) 3001 4 1'(1,(
60 Indian River Drug Co. . d i : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. 10 00 I 1000 5 01)) 40 I U T McCarty. . . . I l lawyer' . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 10 00 10 00 ''I'
00 W L lIoghlett . . . .. .. .. .. 10 00( 1000 6 00 47 i S II Symes . . .. . : .. .. .. .. .. .. 300 300 1'(1J I
61 I. T ));\IIlel. . . . . I. .. .. 10 00 I 10 (K> 5 00 48 Louis Cherry . . . I IB merchant: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. .. .. .. 300 300 J J..
Ii2 S S Jone . . . . .. .. 1000 1000 500 49 Pyles. . . . . 4 express agent.merchant. II U 44 .. .. .. 10 00 10 00)) ., I In'
63 John E Howard . . .. .. .. .. 600 XX) 00 250; (00) W'T A Watts. . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : II.. .. .. .. 1000 ., 1)1)
M S F Travis A: Co. . . .. .. .. .. 10 00 10 (X) 500) 61 I a[ H Uhlne . . . .. .. .. u .. .. 10) 00 ., 00I
05 Walter Kitchlne &; CoO . trade .1 .. .. .. 10 00, lo 00 1\011) 52 ]PH Fee. . . . . I . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : .. .. .. .. 0 00 I ,
00 K Wood, agent. .. . .. .. .. .. 501) 500 250 63 ]M R Smith & Co. . .. .. . . . . . . .. u .. 300 j 11.i .
)7M S J Field . . . . .. .. .. 300 300 1M MJ EStilingtl . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 15 00 10110 \(.
< IBerKman &; Storm. . . .. .. .. .. 1000 1000 500( 65 .. . . . . irms . . . . . . . u.. .. .. .. .. 1000 ) '10''
iO) Tyler. . . hotel : : : : : : : : : : : : :; : : : : .. .. .. 504) 500 250 MI 1 MHill . . . . nerchant. . . . . .. . .. .. u u .. u 3 00)) 1,1'I
70 T A JohnHon . .. . .. .. .. 301' 3(10 1M 57 (3 F Fischer . . . .. .. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 3 00 I '"
11 Florida Canning Co. . .. .. .. 1500 15(40( ( 71)4) 58 J 54 Freeman Hall. . . I awyer. . . . . . . u .. .. .. .. 1000 )() ., (Wi)
72 J D.. Crabb. . . . . : i : : : : .. .. .. .. 600 5000025000; 60CO F W Craven. . . . d lentist. . . . . . . .. II U .. .. .. 1000 JO ooi ",,00
73 .. . . |2 .. .. .. 30 3000 15(8)) ) ,iVhiteClty, Store. . . nerchant. . . . . . .. U U .. .. .. 9 001' 0 00 4 4,
74 S Kitchlng.. . . : : : : : Ugh'r .. .. .. I 500 I 500(J 254); ) lil J Julius Kline. . . .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 OOt 12 (001 J 11110 4
75 W J Tucker. . . . .. .. .. boo 50000250(4); ( )
7(1(\ .. .. 1 ;)( .. .. 15 1500) 750 MINOR S. JONES: County Judge of said county, do certify that the foregoing I U correct. Given under m> band

78 77 M,W Llchty, : : : : : ; ; ; : 4". .". .... .... 304)' 304)) 151)) and official seal of County Judge, this first day of October, A. D. IS!!;). I
: : 1008) 500(J
70! [T C Bass . . . .. .. 800 300 11\0 MINOR S. JONES, County Jmle.;

80 F M\ Cabot . . . .. 44 .. .. 30))) 3 ( 15))) ----__ __ __ __ _____ .
XI Good & HOK!:. . and : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. .. 1000 1000 J I 500 n
82 .las T. Hogg . . .. .. .. 1000 1000 500 J No More Good. on Approval.
83 Hatch &; l'aAton. . . .. .. .. .. 1000 1000 1III) Several large r"talllltores have put a Clyde Steamship Co.
84 T II Chambers. . . .. .. .. .. 10 ( ) 1000 I 504)( ) top to the practice of xoudiiig home
85; F C Cantlne . . . .. C .. .. ..
1000 1004)) 6(4))
I r Nl) .. .. JJ:: t: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. 10418)' 1000 504) goods the trade to customers for inspection" or, in New York, Charleston and Florida Lines
!87 II D Brown. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : II .. .. 14)00) 1000 I 5414)' term approval, aa they

88 |J L Jensen . . . . hotel .. .. .. .. 1000 1000 501) find that such articles are often used
MOIK iVm M Fee . .. . ;' .. .. .. .. 1044)(J 1004)) 50))) and then returned with the statement The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -
) Chas D Provost . . .. .. .. 300 300' 150 that they do not answer the purpose.A .
01 Melbourne State bank. . .. .. .. .. 20 011 20 011) 10 0))) woman.-- wall.. n_ _Vnnum__ .in_ .f.h-.5.t.uvu..u.... to sail as follows :
02; OScorleld. . . . [ : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. 1000 1008)) 500 f 1 circles lately ordered from a foremost Calling at Charleston S. C. Both Ways.
03 IJ J White . . . . hotel .. .. .. .. 504)) 5418 2514 house two dozen fairy lamp neat to her
04 !O II Stewart. ,. . . .. .. .. 1000 1000 I 54)4)' residence on approval Two (aTAI .. .. .. .. days afterward From New York. From JackCharleston '\ Inr
05on; Wm II Tancre . . . 300 300' 15))) she (14er2N.R.
dinner ) STEAMER aurk
S B .. 44 .. .. .. gave a party. Among /; \ew
Symmes. .
':: : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. .. .. 3044, 30)(I 150 the guests wan a member of the firm Tuesday, Nov.Fridaj 20, at 3.00 p m. IROqi'fHB. Senile Jtec. 1 a 44' :'
07 A J Olds . . 500 500 254) she 2s>. at 3.00: p m : : AIXiOXQl'lN.: Thursday;; 5: : I'.'S) : :
08 Geo J Mercler.C . . . 44 .. .. 10(84 1000 I 50))) i had so lately visited. The fairy Monday) Dec.Wednesday 2, at 3.00 p m. ..8EMINOLE: ) Sunday, .. *, at ,),." ,
00 T McCarty. . .. . . .. II.. .. 1000 1000 500 lamps were used with pleasing effecton "" 4. ,at, 3.00 pin. .t'DMANTHE.] Tuesday, .. 10, .1 11.110) ,
6, t 3.00 : I I'W'' "
12.IS.. '
100 H F Nichols . . . (' 44 .. 30)4)' 301) 11)4)) the table. sparkling among the flowers ]M&nlay .. 9, .' sec p p t1)EROKEE..Thursday u. . IRtMJI'OI .. Sunday .. al at 4)45' !
I 101 It L Brown . .'. . .. II" .. 34:8): ) 30)) 150 and greens (Ir shiuiug in shady ",.Inesday, .". 11. a' 3.00 p III AUtONIJUlX Tuesday .. 11..110" ,
11)2) John McLean. . . . trade 44 .4 44 44 10 OIl) 10 OIl I 51)4)) nooks about the dining room. Monday.Wednesday Friday 13 lo.1H,. at 3.00 3.00 p 111 ..SE.MINOI.EC'OMANC'HE.:] ) : Thursday,. .. 19, at) 1. 4 ,
103 Uleason Bros . . . and 44 .1 54 1000 1000 50))) Imagine the surprise of the merchant .:.: :: 3.110:: p p in 111 CHEROKEE) ... .Tuesday Hunday, :: :i: :: 40.141::4: :
J 104 E J Burns . . . . II 304)(I 304( 354)) the day after to receive the Friday, 1/11..1 : .oo pili. IKIKJIOIS. Thursday, .. :26.5)1..IW'I'
: 1(15( HllIIowar.1 . .. It .. .. .. lamps buck 1I1un. "la". .0. 2:1.: at S.'M p m. ALCHIlI'Ilunday.:' :' .. 29, si I..4
10(1 (I W'Holmes' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : l> : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. .. .. .. 1000 300 1000 300 54)4)1511))) note as a clerk that they informed did not him suit., with It a polite. Friday Me'l.iu.usy., .". :::111.1 l7. at JAN 3.00 p p in m ro.MANC'HE.8EM1.NOLE:] :: :: .. Tuesday Thursday. Jan... 31..t t. .1) 4)4''w ,

107 I'ark.l: Co. . . . . 44 It.. .. 1004)) 10(4)J 50)( )) is a positive Monday :30, us :'.00 p 111 CHEROKEE: : : . .Sunday, .. *. .tI.
10S A E Lytnan . . . 44 II.. .. 1004) 1004 5(8)) fact that the ntnnips of the burned
100 A L Hatch & Son . . 44 .. .. .. 1008) 1000 50)) candle and the greuiM drippings had
110 ThosE Richards. . . .. U .. .. 3(1) 300 150 not been removed.-Philadelphia Call Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line.For .
111 C A Webber . . . .. II .. .. the
10 (II'' 10 OIl( 500 present and until fuither notice, Steamer "YEMAS E};" is intendf
112 S K Watts . . . . .. 44 II .. .. 10 (IIJ 1000 500 I Effort to Abolish s Superstition. to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston 113 T E James . : . . tl II .. II .. 1001) 10 OIl 500 Wednesdays, and from Charleston
114 I) L Gaulden : . . lawyer. 44 44 44 44 10(8)( ) 1008) 6 OIl The French cutlers established in the Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection Is made at C'haileston with .1"'
115 'W S Graham . . . : : : : : : : : : :: : : :: : : : : :: : : : : : II .. II .. 1000 104) 504) town of Lougrai are determined to call Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida ]I" .
110 'O M Robblns . . . .1 .. II II II 44 100 1000 501) attention by every mean in their powerto Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.
117 Robblns .&: Graham . . land a .. II II II 1004 1004 500 I the absurdity of the superstition
118 Mrs I) Dulsner . . .. II.. .. 300 30 160 about presents of knives "cutting friend
119 It F Hall . . . . lawyer. 44 44 44 44 7004) 10(4 504) ship. The belief they allege no doubt St. Johns River
120m !J T lieynolds . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::: : : : : : : : : : : : II 44 II 44 10418) 1000 5(4)) with some: show of reason, is injurious Line.

: !Hall A Reynold . . 44 44 44 IIII 1001) 100 :500 to their trade. Among the wedding gift
122 [Jones: Edward . . 44 II 64
284) 281 1 41 For
123 WAIIallJ . . . . .. 44 4. 44 II 50)) 508) 260 for presented to a newly married couple, Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
I 125 P Coats . . . . .. II 44 44 IIIt 3003414 160 Instance, one never sue any knives,
I2t( A J J Richardson. . . 1 pool : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 44 It 44 1000 1004) 600 although metal articles of other kinds the St. Johns River.The .

t 127 A J Hippard . . . II 64 II 44 314 304 1/)() are never wanting. The Laugren cutlers
I 128 Mrs Emma Eaton. . . .. 44 .. IIII 301 301 11 50 have therefore begged the French min elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
12!) o F Fischer . . . .. .. II 44 300 3418 11 54)) liter of public works, M. Dupny-Dn- "
130 'TWMcCrearyLorlnllall . . . hotel : : : : : : : :: : :: : : : : : : : : : II It II III 420 424 210 tempi, to accept a little present of two 01.1y; of olK.sorxxrlllo,"
131 . . . . : : : : : : : : : : : 44 II ..4a 1000 1004 6 (III6J fancy knives and a pocketknife of fine CA1-T. 'tV. A. SHAW
13d; Edward Stiling . . 44 U 44
I 10(8) 1004 () workmanship. M. Dupuy-Dntemps has I* 5ppontsiitisaflfrowJiekouyitIeuesd1nd: .
Baturda .
!aa sl'ng II II .. II ) at 1:00 p. iu.. returniufUnford -
124 Greenbeck :":::. : : : : hotel II .. .. 10(8)504)) 100)5(1 2M 6(1 [ graciously the accepted the gift without Mondays and Thursdays at I;00 a. in.SCUEDCLE..

134 U Wilson. . ,. . . .. 4. 44 54 IIII 10418 104* 600 lending traditional penny or halfpenny 8OJ: O. 1',
135 WR Campbell. . . .. hotel "' IIII 378 378 18(1 in exchange with which the superstitions l'iORtJ""j':
13: i [selling .. II 44 ordinarily seek> to disguise as, ; iii .

137 US Reuben White City Carlton Store.Co. .. .. .. .::. .: :.... .'. | .II. II II .II. 300)4 22 378$ 10*378 4'O 28J' 6 1 189 OIl II6th ) the Letter.nature of such a transaction.-ParIs I 345)4.31 a.45 5.p.a. n ...- -...::-...:::-...:..-.'...; -... -.. :-....-..--.. .- ) : ::::: : : : -.-: D ,'

139 Ed. In Nelson . . . .. 44 44 II ) 3(4)) 154): s.3I 5. ..- .... .. ::.:. : ....! I.Hiiiiiiii? l
140) I' J Nevlns . . . . hotel : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :\ II.... IIII 37$ 378j 1 $1) LafaI.crirneonbeak 545 135 a. ... .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. ......... ... -. ..
J Johnson . .
141 Tread . . . IH .. II 3418) 341)4 1 /II) L pitching pennies 5 s_ ... . . . .. . ..
141; way A: Punderson. . hotel IIII 7541 75)) 375 considered gambling __
143& A S Lee . . . . 1 II .. 75(4 750 3760 Yeast Ye I Gen'l Passenger and Ticket .
believe Jacksonville
11 Ia. Office. 204
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Ill 'selling : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 44 4. 65 44 378 1 89 M. H. 'UDII: A. T. 11..
145& slirock.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : hotel 44 II II 44 1801] 7848 378 9..3 "Well. I see a New York dry good' IlIowtanlt ,trees sew Torll F' Isoaxoxoza: FIa.I Fsus. Art '
140 .. .. II M 44 tore ha two cologne fountain u at : : II We.t Bay 8t.. JaCk.SOflnt'Tszo.O.Eoers.T.M
selling : 37$ 1 ,,0 .
147 Thos J De Steuben' : : : : : : : : lawyer. II 44.4 ItII 583 583 378 :292 traction I BowlIng 6re.ew. \'ork. "'JIG. L. BOW4RD. FU. IT! Agt., ," ,

144 M D L DodliOl1 . . . dentist !;{ 44 ItII 30(8] 3004 604)I "Certainly. A. J Coie.Oenera) FaseengerAgent TOOt flops 8t.. Jackaony
149 U Germanores . . i book II 44S. 684 584 :201 Well, 'why do they allow them to C IIowtane) Green, S"W V0rk> J.A.Luus.Bup.rIntesdtsS': .. t
150 A A Taylor A Holmes Bros: 44 II throw a oentr"-Yooken States Foul )Iosa 8'. .k.4'I
-"J 684, 584 :20* up ) 1a C. )(sit. O. F. A.. U South .
151 J C Michael . .1 4444 4.NM 1eiawsrs YeDue.11aiJacJell.bla.It
. . .J 3044( 3 ( 50zcoioa man.: Wat. 1. CLIDE '
191 Titusvllla lectrlQ Light Co.''electric 44 ( 600 -.. Dalasr. As.. Fhiiad.lphl (0.. Gnu.l Ages I ).i..c GrM. Jiew .r..

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1I 1 ATTORNEYS T.LA, .cr" -- ,
A --
1V I. heavy feeders of Potash --

\V)., atlot'BH..'From 10 to 12 a. m., flow ........' ... Wee Roomed tn T. =-:- -=-- 'i Potash exerts marked influence ':
. 0 I and :2 to 4p.m.TinviLLi I a DPorfoct: : UPcLCGongror: Service.:
Olden Tlmlte Climate Roll and People ALL OVER.
i) the and .
,0an Drevard Co., Florida. on quality quantity
rrmlard .......'
A IItohool. .
o.JI<,a.I'''''. Teatbook vt hen lie tt'.. Confronted With Told F1area .' of the fruit. Florida soil Double wily "Trains.:
In all the court*-*UM and fed That Belonged to William P.... lie Harked 0....
, ,iII prtice
deficient in Pot
being largely
_ ,[ 1;...ta.. "'t't1Itle. lor examining and perfect.t I hate before me now two little books It was a revival meeting in one of the.
I I". colored churches in town in Louisiana ash a heavy of a Unexcelled
1aD a application Pullman
Money to Loan. which have been lent to me for a few Equipment. ** 42 -
The preacher called upon one and another fertilizer not less
days, and which I think, could hardly containing I
to ]>>nd in prayer, and Brother
j rSOK[ S. JONES, fail to interest any Pennsylvania ; so I Jones had peen praying for a couple of than 12% ofActual

1 ,. \ shall endeavor to describe them as wellas minutes, when an old man began to

j .' ATTORXEV-AT-LA\V. I can, M most people can never tee' shout and clap his hands and raise a Potashshould Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. Q '

ITrSVlLr.E, BREVARD co., FLA them, both of them being rare and one great disturbance. One of the deacons
1- II
1 being absolutely unique. went over to him and cautioned him to to Montgomery,
be made. The best
of Brevard
" i) County Judge County. The first of these is a small duodecimo keep quiet, and he restrained himself
" ., of nit more than 100 pager, though the for the next three or four minutes. Then groves in the state will bear II II II to Tifton.

, ,{ ,,1 i, OAPtoKi, J. T. BARDKIU, following title page might easily mislead Brother Wil;;ams was called upon, and testimony to these facts.
Notary.tULDEN. one to expect rather a larger volume he had scarcely begun when the old
Our panphten are nm clralara boom These trains
A SANDERS, : man rose up and shouted : lot special fartiliten,but are "I'I I wnrkt,containln : carry through Pullman Sleep- tiers ,
G. "An Historical and Geographical Account "Breaa de Lewd, but I can't hole myself |bee mcnrchit on ihe iul>j u of feniUiallnn,an, >
really helpful lo hrmen They sat tm fm to New York
are are
of the Province of Fenusilvania back when I bear Brudder Williams .b. snklae. Philadelphia,
nn nractlre In all the Conru of the But axis to be fur his sinful I" GERMAN KALI WORK. I
: and of West New Jersey In America; forgiven ways
: the United States Courts.p .
''I n.., drI t bt 91 Masse Si,N. York. Baltimore Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
" '.. .o.l\oa.I3II.: TIrtsvILLEFLA. the Richness of the Soil, tbe Sweetness He was cautioned again and sat down ,
: Money to Loan. 18 of the Situation, the Wholesomeness of and restrained hlmseli to an occasional"Amen ----

1 'qI 1 I the Air, the Navigable Rivers and Others I" but when Sinter Brown be St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and Ij t

loll t TOME REYNOLDS, the Prodigious Increase of Corn, the Ran to plead that all sinful white folks
: "'1 Flourishing Condition of the City of might turn from the error of their ways Chattanooga.The .

I ,0'1 A TTORSEY.A TL.V.. Philadelphia, With the Stately Build. the old man iroko loose and boiled over i inn.
; "II' lugs and Other Improvements There; One of the deacons took him by the arm

llutclilnmin Avenue, the Strange Creatures as Birds, Beasts, and led him outdoors and down the
:, ,''MI Fishes and Fowls, With the Several street a piece and Wall about to leave i

(jlf jusville\ Flot'id3.Hn1VELL Sorts of Minerals! Stones and Purging him, when Uncle Reuben asked :
'.0'ii) Waters Lately Discovered; the Natives, "Boy, what yo' dun fnwiu wilt me

'' TITUS Aborigines Their Language, Religion:( fur?"
.00 Law Customs, the First Planters "Too much noise, uncle," was the

.VTrORVEYATLAV.i he Dutch, Suedes and Eugliah, With reply."Doan'. Iilob.H.n. : ,.tiiet. <4 t,,111 h.\>. hlsrhlell40, e1hP ,.,
'jlXI TS h |i ,m '
< the Number of Inhabitants; as Alcoa I belong to dat church? nil lit .lanii HIHIJ8t fur rataliitfue. oto s
In !State' and Feili-ral (court land "
00II I n Touch Upon George Keith's New Religion "Yo' does. IIKM:: W. .IKKOMK: I
,Ilk" peilaity, Attorney fur Hoard of In His Second Change Since He "Is it ngiu le rules of do church to fVlllnii Aj.nt r.rSt.duh.usod, Imllati Hive, .Iyf, I a
ill( "Nut'muiesloneri, i and Oounty Solicitor. r Left the Quakers, With a Map of Both git excited an shout fur de blessed caUl.eof
10 f" 1I"a *4. T.ITITSV1LLE, FLA. "
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(00 Countries. By Gabriel Thomas Who
Resided There About Fifteen Years. "No, sah."
td0s K Freemm; Hall, Silas II. Wright' London : Printed and Sold by A. Baldwin "Does yo' find it nnywhar in de Bible The Largest and Most Complete

( I Atturney-at-Law, DeLand, "1\: at the Oxon Arms, in Warwick dat I can't shout fur de Bulvathun Establishment South.

00 WISWIIT, Lane, 1698. o' sinners?"

Hti.L He explains in the preface that, as "No, sah."
.0WI INSURANCE\ AGENTS, there never has boon a fair or full ao- "Don what yo' dun pull me out yere GEO S, HACKER & SON,

I ntimville, -----Florida. count of "Peuusilvania," he thinks fur"
the curious will be gratified with an "Kane we's got to draw de line, Uncle
Ueprewntlnu: the "Old Hartfoid," INN Port all the
tdA Llterpool & London A Globe, and all the ample description. He explains why Reuben. Tampa, open year.
has not been heard of it, predictsa "What line?
00 lulling, companies. Am prepared to more R
00 write (lines up to $20,0 O) in any part of thriving future and lays he "conld "De line on pew rent. Yo' il owln
Brevard county. say much in praise of that sweet tract dig church 'bout $3,000 pew rent Uncle
101I.0I I of land," but reserves it for the body of Reuben, an de disconcistency o' yo'r P
1Ia the book. standiu up an shoutiu looks co previousdat c The Plant Line.
Div ONE DAY, DVDE fouvn.EWAX '. Steamship
00 After this comes a small folded map de deacons bee coincided to disconnect -

'.0 J W. U., S. COMMISSIONER. very interesting and signed Philip Lea, yo' an run do risk 0' all de white
J, London. It "Ponnsilvania" folks heirs btfrlucd'! up with fiah an brim-

,SDu I Votary Public Mate at Large.Uncls as consisting of only four counties- stun !I" EoNt1IINlll'lolli.t :c.llu..hip) J-c i.vic.oTV"nl

Selected made. Chester and NewCastle He turned on his heels and entered
00 ; Conveyances Bucks, Philadelphia ,
.o, urresiondence| solicited. Addicss: with Virginia the west West tbe meeting house, and after gazing at in. he :-Oll.lu; l.n c MM.n 1

:,( \Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut drove, New Jersey on the east. Maryland on the building for two or three minutesin Manufacturers of
'.ou Office, Ewan's Landing. the south and Canada on the north. silence the old man slowly observed : Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa,

Some of the name ore rather surprising "Dat winds me up wid de Methodist Doors Sash l lUinds Key West and Havana.
,10p o PEOUGE w. ALLEN, For instance immediately lte relignu an drives me plumb into de ,,

oXI o vj Philadelphia, on the Delaware, is a arms o' do Biptis church. to owe 110,000 j Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

XIXI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dutch fort, and just back of that la a pew rent I"_Life.AbaenttnlndeoU. Moulding and Bonding Material. I

"0 place called Yacomaubhaghkinga. In D. W. WIIENN, Passenger Traffic Manager,
',((1 Kei[ West, Florida.Will our own state the chief places seem to Office and Wareroonm, King, OI>I>OHU|
',( be Haverford, Darby Plymouth, Ger- There have been great many stories I Savannah, On.
_(1I I practice In the United States mautown, West Town, Radnor, New. about absentminded men, whore one Cannon Street,
nlu o MI''! tate Courts. OjunOj; town and Lewiston. forgets his house address, another what
j' I business he is in, and where another Charleston] S. C.
.a, After the map 50 small pages are devoted has to refer to the mark on his handkerchief ,

0h D"' ". L WILLS, I to the description of Pennsylvania before he can remember his own The Florida Central & peninsular Railroad

from which we learn that, though name, eta There is a lawyer in Fort Sash Weights Cord and

PHYSICIAN .t bURGEON, the province is 800 miles in length by Atkinson, Wis., of tbe name of Rogers, ,
0i 180 in width, by far the K'I1atpart of I
who possessed a Jersey cow, which he
rl i Short Lino Itctucrn Florida nml nil Northern Point.
TtTlW'lLLE\ FLORIDA. it is still in the hands of the natives, used to drive morning and evening to Hardware

in n'K:-Ilutclilnson; Avenue, near who are "supposed by Scattered most! people Tribes to" and from the posture, a few blocks distant Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington Baltimore -
have been of the Ten
from his home. One morning as
Indian Kiver hotel.
The Dutch came and traded the one of his neighbors was passing along Window and Fancy GlassA Philadelphia, Now York, Boston and the East.

Swedes and Finns came and settled. and the street he Diet Mr. Rogers walking(

|"!ASPINWALL, finally\ William Penn came and founded in tbe middle of the rood his mind apparently si'iciAi/rY. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville\ Cincinnati, .
Philadelphia "a noble and beautiful engrossed with some weighty and Chicago. I

city, which contains above 2,000 houses question. The neighbor called out: Everett, Mlrmlnlmm| Holly Springs, MompliU, Little Rock, Kansas City, .St.
, fa\l.: ESTATE & INSURANCE. all inhabited and moat of them stately "Good morning Mr. Rogers I Whereare Louts, Chicago, Monx; City.Hlvcr .

and of brick-generally three stories you going?" Junction, I'unNAcnla, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California

Al OVLLIE, FLORIDA high after the mode in London. "Why," Buid Mr. Rogers in a surprised and the I'aclllo Coast iiftlv Nov 'I, IHJIrt.pc. I It r.

). "Moreover in this province are four "I'm driving the cow to In ..
way ra
the KJi ""vo-. MsNew l.naven Jack.mv111et 1:54 nuskd a..
viz. Cheater "y / z; .
r W CRAVEN great market towns- pasture. And be waved his baud to- ,+ : 1 a. tl::
and Lewis- r '. ui dilly, with 'III round Pullman Hletiiwra fur
S Germantown, New ward where the cow ought to have boon. + w I';veri.lt. ...Havanniih I'olun.lila, Hai.hliitl. llaltlniore -
DENTIST, town. "Well, where is the cow?" asked the t = I'h11aIlxlphlN::: '| | New York; Uuntuii sod all
laws for this author ++al.ro. rjmtrrii (xilnU :
the Poor W wW
Among friend."I ( and :a:sIA p. In.w. .
r TlTI'SVILLE, FlOIHDACri gives a synopsis of those also-perhaps Rflt'Ill forgot to let her out of the ... ..iiuiiiartiNviit <'ara In.Iween. M Angu.tlneand|
this "Thieves of all N a.v+. New Vork. IIulugcan to anil from \Vulilii|(-
the most striking is : "
east side Ilutchmnon! avenue near barn, answered Mr. Rogers humbly as t..n.
sorts are obliged to restoie fourfold he realized his position And he bad.-

Indian River Hotel. after they have been whipped and imprisoned : Chicago Post Healthmeans w"N? I I'll%, llnlr' L/nr ThrniiKh the ltoa..Ufl1IIUI i
, according to toe nature 01 ee / ef ('iMinlryiir. Mlilillw. MnrliU. l'eunrvd.uul !
r M miiiiu IUy, IM.raJw kM.nvlUe w.M> a, in
their crime and if they be not of abil- rreaeneo. of II I..d. tl'"' J'A 4 0 fur Uke. t Ity, IJva llak, Maillwui, Montliellii.
Florida Grown Trees. to restore fourfold they must begin Bald el ii T""'thwNnNItlrtlrJuurthmlbuw. .nl.aluhdtl, I
ity "It moment,
was a so much more than" :Nw lirleaiin, ami Hie wHitliwent. MeslKi. ('.11.
servitude till 'tis satiafieL"I the dentist "I was bathing quietly .'" :/' 1 wn f.rula.nd' tlie arlnu ISNUI t arrive Hleeiiere..
could give many more curious excerpts when the great, cavernous jaws of the you imagine-serious and .,"', r1 T A ;,,t? ?/ ArrlraiJwkwnrnLTWS.u1.: : : : : ; p I
FffiST-CLASS BUDDED r .. will content myself with one "
but fatal diseases result from
shark opened before me. iMvea.r..nvlll.IINt.. ; tn. IIIr ilIa.".,lIa.-
Seedless before passing on to the other book : "What did yon do?" asked one of the ailments ? r "" h thunte sliver 514,04g.' Ih sls I Omiwsrllle t'alar
Orange Grapefruit "The Christian children born here are trifling neglected.Don't : 5) hry, itlldwaw l enliurur; I Tavarva, AM>ika,
ladles. : r HrlMii.lo, IjiioiMliiw, l>aile <'Ity, laiit City. r
Grapefruit and Lemon Trees generally\ well favored and beautiful to "I took my forceps out of the pocketof play with Nature'sgreatest --. t'AY1eM"\ n re' "' Taniia. ArrleeJwkwuvllbI/aptu.. .
behold being in the general observed to bathing suit and pulled his teeth gift-health. 1 h r., M -
my e -;'.: & e
milder and more ten ,Ie < tin Innatl anil riorlila. Mnilte-l 1 I..av. Jark- ,
-FOR SALE.- be better natured, before he had a chance to seize me. It X S I r o e s d se.vlll.r4N il.. in H 0\1'!' \o 1 Florida grown. Our stock der hearted than those born in England was tbe quickest and neatest work I oat if yne of sorts are leslieF.weeds' ee "' < r' 5llttleover' to hoiira to 11m iiiuatl, via Mac on,.
tc"f\ Atlanta iettt.n..g'ounecti for >ahvllle.UMil '
'10 injured by freeze. Buy Florida ," did. "Tit-Bits and genet< illy .m .
ever ., ., 1 vlll ( bliaKu ami all imlnu Anna ami
allWIt trees; better trees and at less Tbe other book instill more rare. It Brown's have haiued no m appetite T eIloaurrunaL II went Arrive Jatkionvill* *.2ua: ni.
"bey than can be had outside of the is called A New Primer,or Methodical Sweat a....**. end cant work, ii j h _

Mat Call on or address, I Direction to Attain the True Spelling, Honest Attorney Candidly, Mr. heals Inltll..U.a._rau".. : I Molly Sprlugs| Honte j *t..rnul., Kanaai City,

GEO. n. vrmoiiT, Reading and Writing of English Where- Smith yon bad better compromise this Iron ble elrenctbenlncmediclne.whuk. it '.4 ,l -u n. IIIIJIKO MWXMI, Atlanta lave, lilrinlnKbaiu J.'ka.mnll. 1-un Holly|..Uprlngi m. via/ ,

Orlando, Fla. onto Are Added SomeThing. Necessary "- Brown Iron fellera. Memphle, rlnicflelil, Kses.'Itf HI MiU, tulrairo. Hd.m l Ity ,. without
: JoI IJ":31r:1'ITj::
and Useful Both For the Youth of This "Heyf Why bad I?" ( A few IMM rnaniie. to. KaiiMU City and:Ml Gel./ only one change. to Anise

lohn B Stetson University Province and Likewise, For Those Who Smith tCaUI6ITeD if yon beat him, tin cnre from-ben ike ltconee Ja.fI.III"rollC.1 kwHivllle 10;in a. m.for Tatlahaanee sad .later.uedlsu1nInt.. Arrive Js.."..... .
From Foreign Countries and Nations you're running yourself in court expense. Bitters very are doee-aMl I:no P. M.ror Tani|>a ami Interineillate*iMiluw. Pullman .1JMln.\ ArrlrsJw kwarlll.eaesdu.. I IKorMauon
F. D. P. ttfin *, ,Atlanta,two Intu.Iatlly.' _.Jsckworille, fJO.: u.audT-uup.: w.
Us. Dy
DeLand Florida. Come to Settle Among ttttk, and It'splcaaanl Ilillman 11I..I..ra| un all Night Train..
= Printed by William Bradford in New "Yes. but, tardy t Look whit I'm Ie te.... rr- "'nffur Heat Inilesad ToriMlilp ..a..f Florida to
York and sold by the Author in Pennsil- makin old Jones lose I Cleveland I.N. I.
lath Bates, Normal School, '
College, It CuresDy S. I'KNNINGTOV, A. O. MACDONELL.
'Uin) Art School and Connerrmtorjr ofM ..anIL"The Plain Dealer.
...Institution of Brit rank Faculty of printed book itself U a curious Traffic Manager. General Paaaenger Ag't
'tot> toachen Haven eleirant t buildings, .U and Liver
:"<"' 1>J *t am., lighted by etectnctty Hot little schoolbook and il so rare that it I))710(1 Jtewar, >glMP. p p Kidney
,\ 'old water bath Thoroughly eiinl|>|>ed U not mentioned by Alhbone, who was' Neuralgia, Trouble. m .. ,
,, I"1"1". lee .artiuent of fliyttuU Culture, this
Bad Blood
'",M llury UrlU Library of himself a Philadelphian. Bat par- The readers of this piper will to Constipation
C:: 'luuiw. li..ling room,with all l leadlnc. ticular copy is of especial and extraordinary pleased to learn that there U at least one Malaria, Nervous altmcnU
i"'al..nd and weekly paien.'Ch1 |
Tt"" : enuipneil daily chemical and |phy.lcaj interest because it has been dreaded disease that science hiss been WOITMO' compUInU.C .
'": rut .A |Ntrate tuil.llnir fi* Mu' 'lc amiu bound up with about 80 blank page. able to cure in all Its stages, and that U l only Ike gnetsr-It' .rYo.ndred
.l withsrtlnteof Mtalillnli I rvpuularice. which the author in most clear catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Cure I. the only llnee oej ike wf>pper. All: = are.ebMltetee -
DwwiulMf ....
ttwund term viwue upon On r... "" we
4'" Send for catalogue, giving full luforJOHX and beautiful maim-cript, has written poiitlve cure known to the medical fra will send set .. T4t8esWaa WerM.
w I quaint things' It was espeoUlly ternity. Catarrh being a constitutionaldiiwaae Fair View aa4 book-Ir_
r FORBL9. freilOent some very bound for William Penn with rtxjulre a constitutional treatment BROWN CHEMICAC CU BALTIMORE MO. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
1701 the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ,
the date on
bU initial acting directly upon the mucous
bearing ----.
I hBoEq cover and Inside is a book plate .surfaces of the system thereby destroying Patented la the United State., Great Britain and Canada,
\ the Penn arms and motto, and William the foundation of the disease, and giving CswWI.g M tre.rts.eeh"

Peiin. Esquire, Proprietor of Pensrlvania. the patient strength by building up the Bh -No. Ned, II wouldn't be Ju- IQ Usa by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.TnVsU.E .
I 1708. It U worthy ennttitution and assisting nature In unions for uj to marry vttil ttlff you
B 5SiEEI u e I the three different farms of spelling the ioing lu work. Tb. proprietors have hue had your salary locr 4aed.IJ .

DIme of the province msed by thaw two 10 much faith In Its Dugs *, (pleadingly) Ilot two can 11 Tnbaaper rU>nIDA.iMUAN .
offer One Hundred for
A and Penn him-eU. they
I different authors than one you know Nellie
that It fail to bend for
case cure
_Birmingham (England) Cm. PitUburg list toy) of testimonial Address, bh_YM, I know, that's what people

t 1, Dif patch. F. J. Caesar A Co., Toledo, O. ...,. AJ a matter of fact, they bT to.
c: s".w.tsau I :13-Sokl by all druftgUU, 7:*, HoiuerrllJ Journal



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-+ IIDIil RIYER ADYOCiTE. 4- useless! as far as shade (is con. which occurred last Monday. I IGflid lst Sunday as we toned It In Atlanta I
cerned but live-oaks and trees of Ws enjoyed} the honor of a very pleas a month ago. Bit the Frost King'
sat chat with the Senator during the | must have visited the nation's capital A BIG SlUluL

A W..LY.lOCaIUL D.YOT.D 1'0 Tee n.RL that sort, the whole length of trip. ne wu In an affable mood, and recently and pushed the mercury down .
0..111'. 01' tea "DIA" aly.a, LARIWORra Washington avenue, and another seemed pleased to converse. W. have I I to the twenties, for as we crossed the .
.lID 8IOCAI'II. RAT IBC'rlexa.Office from the F. E. Railway depot to met him on previous oeea.loaa-for years Potomac there was a fringe of spongy Ice
the Indian River hotel, would add la fact ever since he first became a along the edges of the stream, telling of
visitor to Indian River; but we are not cold weather which "had been" a few
Avenue Tltnsvlll Immensely to the beauty of the certain that In conversation with us he days before.
( : Washington ,
town, and could probably be obtained realized that he was talking to a news* Who can cross the historic Potomac The Store
Indian Hirer, Florida. at comparatively little cost. paper man De that an It may, there can without sober thoughts We were reminded *;I Surprise i;i

I be no objection to the publication of of the verses, so popular as a Iii
PUBLISHED EVERY "RID Y. such remarks u the Senator made on school boy recitation, which begin, "All ,
IT seems to us that a Literaryand questions of a public nature. quiet along the Potomac to-night, except
would be He does not see what material benefit a stray picket. Then, as the name
Debating society
will result to the Cubans by Congress of this river sounds In the brain, we St.
Blltor................... WALTRBB. OkiHAii.A. very desirable institution for Titus- granting the Insurgents belligerant think of the "Army of the Potomac"and I Augustine, FloridaHAS

.elate.Editor* Manager,CHAS. H.WALTON ville. There is no more pleasant rights. It may have some moral effect, Its commander, Geo. B. McClellanj:
method of spending an evening such a* Inspliing the patriots to new and looking out of: the window at the
ideas courage and hope, and It may also have mighty dome of the nations capital, i just been enlarged to more than double Its former capacity ? i
RubMrlptlon. than in exchanging upon a discouraging effect on Spain and result towering In grandeur over the housetops throughout, making It the largest as well as the bell", ?

I subjects of general InUrest. We In an Indirect way to some slight client of the city, we think of what might
Twelve month, .has often do not realize our extreme In Improving the chances of success of I have been If Gettysburg had gone the Goods and
Up-To-Date Dry Store
1.00 Clothing
Three"eta M ignorance upon many subjects until the revolution. The Senator does not other way; and then, looking at the 1 1i II III IIJ IIi IIt
we come to them, say that lie will oppose the granting of : river as it fades from sight, we think of
.1 argue upon
Single copy
I the Cubans suffered from
belligerent lights to but poor Oarfield how he
Strictly In "'''anee. or, again, we may have a perfect simply claims that the effect of such that fatal wound-his vitality slowly the State of Florida if not in the
knowledge of our subject, and yet, action by Congress has been over-esti 'ebbing away, those long, hot August ,
by our Inability through want of mated. He says he favors the purchase days; and how his physicians, In their

age The by above on. rat.HiiliKorlptlonn. Infinite the can payment oommenee fit poet anytime practice, to express ourselves as we of Cuba by the United States If Spain despair, charged their failure to restore It Is the Intention of the proprietor to keep the largest and best selected >>
during the year.hi.rontinnanee will accept any reasonable sum for the his sttength to the mlasm of the Potomac
wish, we may succumb to one byno ,Island. and its marshes, and moved him

i of drU. maRt be made personally means so well informed as ourselves In regard to the Nicaragua canal, Senator away tenderly to die at ElberoDbyS..aon Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Mattings, Rand I
at this office or by writing. in an argument in which we Quay s.iys he favors the project tile Jersey coast--lulled to sleep by

know we ought to hold the upper heartily. We claimed that the project the sad sea waves, and fanned by the FLOOR ART CLOTHS
r --
would be of special benefit to the south cooling breezes of the Atlantic.
MKMBKIM OF hand. Moreover, by speaking in and particularly to Florida and he admitted C..nervea la to meet In A day Or tWO.
1 THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, public a certain self-confidence is that while the south would be and-' the-- mlnjt"ir A are- filled with To be found In the State, and that every nook and corner of the East Toast ,II i

I ArriMATEI> WITH THE formed, which cannot but be beneficial greatly benefited by cutting the Immense people from all parts of the country enjoy the full purchasing power of their dollar, we have established a
those who ditch more so than the New England and some who have seats In the balls of the
National Editorial Attociation.Obeck especially to are i middle I I states, he was of the opinion thatIt nation's capital-and not the least among 3rn.il Order IDopiirtmciit.
I in any degree addicted to that par would be of far more value to the them our fellow traveller, Senator Quay,
ticularly unpleasant form of nero Pacific coast than any other portion of of Pennsylvania and Florida; but for
i ,etc.,may be made payable to "Graham vousness known as "stage fright. the country. He pointed out that the everyone who goes to serve his country, rlFi

A Walton," publisher" and proprietors.Address A gold-plated article can never, of great agricultural states of California, there are a score of hangers on, who
Oregon and Washington would be en- come along to help make up the menag
course, become pure gold, nor can abled to ship their products to the east erie.
all eommenlcatloni to the Proprietor
an inferior intellect ever be made and to Europe through the canal much C

perfect, but by furnishing in the cheaper than they are able to do at present Wanted-Hotel Management.
GRAHAM 4 WALTON, one case, and in the other by the via rail around the south end of the II ii
utrlciin rnntlnonfWA ailfrirpfttafl that
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, friction so to speak with intellects I the cutting of the"Nicaragua I canal might The management of small or medium-

TlTI'IVILLE, ruiETOA. either superior or even of the same make It desirable to extend the FloridaEast ; sized hotel In Florida Have had a life i
calibre. a brightness will ensue Coast railway to Key West and our I experience In the hotel business. Can
which be belief that If the project of cutting the bring first-class northern white help,
can scarcely distinguish.ed
canal was carried out it would result In very reasonable. Have had two years
THE Cramps put in a bid to from the real article. the building of a great city on the Island experience in managing Florida hotels

build three battle ships for Uncle of Key West. We also stated that we -last season on Indian River. Married,

Sam, the other day, and government had never given the matter of the rumor middle-aged and a hustler. One of
experts say the figures are THE CLAIMS OF BREVARD.While of early extentlon to Key West serious many references, editors of this paper.
said Address: T. W. McC'REARV,
consideration. Senator Quay he did
lower than the vessels couldbe
same not believe Key West would have a Hotel James, Ashtabula, Ohio.
built for in England. We must, several counties of our railroad. He believed that hr: of

therefore, conclude either that the state are advertising their advantages construction and maintenance would be I

Cramps have lost their head and and special attractions, and so great as to render the building of the DUE\'Ann COUNTY: COMMISSIONERS. y.piIL.

are going to get stuck, or else the offering inducements to bona fide road impracticable Before closing this .
subject, the Senator said that he bad
business of ship building II no settlers to make their homes with been given to understand that the reportof

longer one of America's infant industries them, Brevard, one of the most attractive the Nicaragua Canal commission The Board of County County Commissioners :RDERS:
which need protection.See has remained silent, when would be adverse, but could not posi met pursuant to adjournment on :!VI .

I II she should be in the van, with the \lelYllay that his information was reli Monday, when the following were pre-
able. If this report Is correct, It Is just Without exception, are harder to deal with than any others. Knowing tli i
I beautiful Indian River running the the reverse of what the Washington correspondents sent: Wm. II. Sharpe, chairman; John we make a specialty of filling them. Out-of-town people In want of something i
whole length of the her at have claimed in their letters Houston, J. Mendel, F. T. Budge, R. D.
THE: governor of Tennessee was county ; the above lines, who "want it quick," and want it right and want It cheap
rate partial from to the great daily papers. Hoke A. A. Stewart clerk and J. E. )
hissed by a Philadelphia audience, any immunity ; ; drop us a line. Address,
We congratulated the senator on
the other when he lecturing the severest cold that has ever BowmanlIheriff.
day, was
I great success of a month ago in the tight
on the war and giving his struck this section, her hospitable for the ci.ntrol of the Pennsylvania State On motion it was ordered that a war- J'"- -W. :IBS:: TIES:::

J hearers history, speaking justly citizens, her pretty little towns and Convention. and said we presumed the rant for JUT.Oo: ; on the special fund be I

and giving due praise to the bravery villages that adorn the banks of fight must have Imposed almost as greata Issued in favor of'Wm. Treutler, In pay Proprietor of the Store
mental strain upon him as the famous I Surprise
of both II del. Sectionalism her far-famed river. ment of the appropriation made on Nov ,
of 188S of which
I presidential campaign: 8, 1M04, for the construction of sub,
The of travel
stream and Immi-
it seems, is not yet entirely dead, he had charge when Harrison was elect stantial bridge across the Eau Gallie ST. AUGUSTINE, FL.
I and.plealle make a note that this gration at present flows past some ed. The senator said the fight. In his river.

incident happened in Philadelphia, of the fairest spots in the country, own state :ut fall was a more severe u On petition of J. T Grey, W. I. Keef-
than the national referredto
I the city of brotherly love, not in and goes swirling on to Dade and struggle, and the victory more fight decisive. In er and others for a change of public road JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BABSETT Vice-President,

one of those southern cities like Hlscayne Bay. Is it not possibleto the state campaign the great rides of running from Woodley to l Sebastian: riv- W. M. BROWN, Cashier.
er, ending at the homestead of E. True
I Columbia where, amid the ashes stem this tide and persuade immigrants Philadelphia and l'ittsburgand the rail- S 30 J 31, T 32, .. of r. 30 e., to be changed ,

of southern homes, if anywhere, and visitors to favor our road corporation of the state and were arrayed as follows: Deflect the road at the INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

there might be some excuse or pall I county with some small show ofInspection his opponents solidly against were many him of his among old point where it crosses the old Fort Cap- J
ron road, following that road to the
which cannot but be present
liation for the exhibition of such friends and lieutenants whom he
satisfactory upon county road In e. 19, t. 31, s. ofr. (Incorpoi'atecl under the Law of the State of Floiida.)
a feeling.MR. to ? What formerly relied. We told him that we 33 e., the Board appointed W. Jones,
country could be more pleasing to 'thought lie would l be glad to retire on C. Reams and F. C. Poppel to view, Authorized capital, $100,00 i
the hunter, the angler the health- hU excellent record-get out of politics mark and lay out said road and
KEEP, of Maine, has resumed and take life easy In future. lIe heaveda reporton Paid up capital, $25.00
same at the meeting of the Board the
seeker or the tourist 1 For the
his sceptre and poses once sigh and admitted the strain wa severe first Monday in January, 18Mi Average deposits, $300.00
hunter the woods abound in miail. iiiion his health but did not intimate -
the The bond of G. C. Elwes for
more as American '
great czar. notary
i while deer, bear, duck and that he was about to retire from
turkeyare public, after being duly examined the
Who can help admire the bluff i by
politics. On the line read his
within easy reach ; for the ang ; Board, was approved and accepted. Transacts a General Banto
outspoken manner of Mr. Heed. face correctly, he was mentally running _
Ier, the waters teem with fish of all Permit were granted to the following t
ever' some old scores which he hoped to
He tells
us candidly that the ,
present persons to repeating rifles Geo
sorts and sizes for the health. carry : Business
; pay; and while he l I. somewhat tiled of Marlin
will do he and Ed. J. Quimby.
I nothing
congress ;
politics and realizes that his health demands
seeker Itrevard is
way On motion, It was ordered that $2V be
for says things are in splendid shape the rest of Florida in its health. that he should macerate his indulgence appropriated, to be paid to the parties Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Rr],
a presidential campaign next in the excitement of political
building a road and bridge from White
restoring and for the
qualities, tights, it is quite evident he is going to
and that his does not it '
year party City to Indian River, said road and
tourist there is the take leant DIRECTORS
ever river at final
navigable one more grand plunge '
to transact bridge to be satisfactory to road t-
propose any com- JAe.parTCxaanW.HRA.XZ'rd'monof
for miles with before following the example of oibett < :
I towns and
miKsioners of District No. 5. the '
National lilt
business at this session he Hank of Juke.an
i ; sayatit villages lining its banks at con and retiring on his laurels. The senator Several bills were audited and orderedto t ,:,,, IUKKKK: (ViceTretidem Nation H.nUckumvllle >
would be too risky to do so ; it i U like a girl at a dance-time 2 a. m. be paid. ), >\'. B. LaAMAS inn w'
light make a bad break and mar distances. The home- She has promised herself that she was Known 1-
Its beautiful seeker, too, will find attractionsnot going home at midnight. She Is almost t CORREIIPOSDF.STIO
prospect for next 1 Seaboard National Hank of Nee \.1 I
breathless and beaU She r .
be ,
ts obtained in other coun- palpitating. \attonalBankofJackiorvllle )
year. He does not propose to takeall" knows that she ought to leave her feet "
ties. Here he ;
chances. We presume Mr. can live more cheap are to tired, but she must have just one NervousPeople r.l..I".I.-,1Hi: ''II...L FLA.
ly than in of the
Read know what he is doing ; many parts state. more waltz.
With but a small of
his has said "he'laU display energy ATLANTA IS IKTTI.NO ROASTED:

anyway right" bj fleeting party him speaker, be can raise nearly everything he Just now by almost everybody. They true and should realize cure that the for their only FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /
jieeds for himself and his all Ir oanbt'o
and the "band plays on." stock, say that the exposition in goodmuchbetter condition In having <
and he can make for himself a than they expected; but every-

beautiful and attractive home, such body who visit Atlanta or gets within Pure BloodBecause /" Land department
tive hundred miles of the place is "cusslug"
THE advisability of getting up abase as could not be excelled in anJ'part the Union the
depot of GUte
ball team was whispered a of the world.Organization (So where you will on the southern road, tissue. of the the health body of depends every organ and the X If )you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch,-General Farming, Fruli ',>,,"
short time ago on the streets, but and systematic' anywhere at Asheville Columbia, Char upon I I 1
purity of the blood. The whole hag,
world Trucking, or a Business Residence ,
lotte or lot
Lynchburg Danville St
anywhere between Auj.'umm
the does or even
suggestion not seem to method only are needed to put be- knows the standard_ blood___ nurlfiai laHood's
have been followed up, and the fore the people, who are every day who ashington; have missed, and their you connections.will find people To ------ And Miami.. Pall nn- n--. -A.loIrp--......-. .1...... .u..t"u.W' .n.t..I___"'.

project has apparently dropped In. seeking domes in the sunny south, say they are mad puts It very mildly. Special terms to actual settlers.
to oblivion. There is no possible the advantages that our county The depots at the points named are reekIng -

reason why we should not be ableto could afford them. A well written i with sulphurous fumes, and imprecations JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM Land CommissionsST.
of l Uted travelers
put a very respectable team into pamphlet, nicely illustrated and above the are
clanging of bells, and la some AUGUSTINE. F'I.\
the field ; one that could at any .judiciously distributed, would do cases almost above the scream of steam SarsaparillaAnd
rate make much whistle., Almost all trains from ---- ---- -- _
things interesting for to attract the attention of the ---- -- -- --
our neighbors along the river. Almost intending settlers while south are from one to three hours late. therefore it Is the only true and
a com-
Nobody blames the Southern road. reliable medicine for nervous people.
every town and village in the mittee of our most prominent citizens ls doing all In Its power, to make its reg-It It makes the blood pure and healthy, ASPHALT ROOF PAINTSGround

f state has its base ball team or might be formed, to meet at ular schedule, but it cannot perform impossibilities and thus cares nervousness, mskes I

teams, and Titustille should be in stated times aud discuss ways and and It Is impossible to get the nerves firm and strong,gives sweet

line with the rest. Such an institution means for increasing the prosperity Its trains started out of Atlanta on time. sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite, In Pure .
would afford exercise and of There is a constant jumble and blocade perfect digestion. U does all this, and Oil Agents Wanted.
our county. that Red Brown d
l at city; It I U a wretched affair, designed cures Scrofula Eczema an
or Salt Rheum
amuseuent and would engender a Nothing can .be lost and. a great for a one-horse country town. and all other blood diseases and highest Write for Samples
because .
healthy spirit of rivalry among its veal may oe gained t>y taking some They liars been talking about a new Grade

members. and it would no doubt such measures. Let us not hide Union depot tvilivhave, and some of these MakesPure Black Prices,
days Atlanta it; but she ought Asphaltum. Etc
be pOlllilWe to arrange match games our light under tie bushel, but have had it for the exposition. She will, BloodResults catalogue.

i with other towns at least once every demonstrate plainly to those who never need it again so badly for many FOR:
two w eks. wish to know what inducements years as she has In 1
llrevard can offer them in the event Everywhere, people wanted, to know aid. Thousands prove every of word we have IRON
that they make their homes 'about Florida orang6l-'bother, there fully establish voluntary the fact testimonials thatHood's and SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and Rail i
Iiuw that our principal streets amongher would t.e any to shin this year; and when

have lost their( semi-paetural appearance people.8iXATOU. told that there, will-be less than five per Saraparilla- road Buildings, Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
---- cent of what was a full crop, their lacelUpl"l'lIII ,
it will no doubt be in or
their without
surprimj any necessity Iron Work
der for the town council to consider QUAY irTCJ., I7TC. for word. Everybody; seem to of every Kind. .

what further improvementsare haws a good word for and sympathizes De Sure Cures Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Read:

necessary to>> make the town attractive [EDITORIAL ('OMWII"NXDEJIl'X: ). with The Florida.weather is delightful all along the to Get Hood Roofing, and all kinds of

not .QI1Jy; to visitors, but Leaving Tltusvill Unt Friday, we had route, but as we step out*.n the platformat "I taa eat better sleep better and Roofing:J : :: vThe
also to our house people. An are the pleaaure of recognizing Senator M. S. Lynchburg, Va., for a few minutes em better In every way since taking Supplies, raOM
sue of shade tree, not the cabbage Quay, of 1.I'Dn''lYanla' u a fellow' during a stop, there is a quality in the Hood's earsaparlUa." C. C. DAyla, Co.i
which lends eler. 11* wu en route from his traY-I air which reminds the nost phlegmatic Boa 828, fellna, 1[... Armitage Manuf'g
palmetto. only: a trope residence at St. Lucle to traveler that he Is not ia Florida; and yet Manufacturers of
leal and is i Hood's Pills eve oil nor Ills. Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
& eoMOpa.
to be
appetr.D.r"e place present at opening of (:oDgre. even la Washington, it was not nearly so 3200 to3300
Ion headache.tedUMtlaa 13* WUUanu.bUI1: An., Richmond Va.





f 1815.:1: :1

____ _ I

OF THANKSGIVING DAY AT LA I farce, entitled "Uncle's Will. The '
ADMIT = GKAXGK. characters, Florence Marigold, Chas. SCOTT'S G. G. SPRINGER < I
I Cashmore, and Mr. Botcher were ably x
represented by Mla Maggie Christensen -
While the ADVocATk correspondent and Meiwrs. Andrew Christensen CARBO-DIGESTIYE 6)
No Superiors from this section seems to have been I and Xlels Sorensen, all of which came In -
-- Manufacturer Retailer and Of
played out with the last gasp of the for a g'H>d round of applause, and U WAS Shipper I
ihell road, allow me to give you an idea I a caution to nee the boys mouths water COMPOUND.Positively
how Thanksgiving Day WM celebrated when Florence had to encourage the I
J d Acknowledge In our midst \\hile on the whole, we tvuhful Charley with a first salute. Next I ICE
were too poor to slaughter and partake pleee was "Taking the ('enlluThe, ANDDistilled
of the proverbial, turkey and pumpkinpie trials of the census-taker was clearly the one Remedy for

we, nevertheless, had quite a quantity demonstrated by T. Petersen as Mr. the Treatment of
\ No Equalss dished up to us of the same In Imag- Hoolittle during his visit to Mrs. Petti-
.) ination by our school children, as they, bone, who was Impersonated In the NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,
under the leadership of their excellent aMrst manner by Miss Kina Filpp After Simple and Aggravated forma of Water

teacher, Mrs. Comptou, gave plenty to thli followed recitations and songs by DYSPEPSIA )
s all those who felt interested enough to this school children, and Mlns Clara SoCimd AM
of visit the LaGrange school-house on .'Ii.d. : : rnnno be too highly plained for PALPITTION OK THE IIEAHT. Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers J
!3! nlilcent Display .\, night will testify. her |>ei',"ei\fretuc and patience In bringing .
They started their exercises by singing the little tots to the footlights with .i.- FACTORIES...... '
"Jesus, Lover of My Soul (quite inappropriate their IIl'Vl'ral! pieces thoroughly learned.It 1. Does your fond sour after rating f Are Cocoa and West Palm Beach.1IKUKK4
NEW In a non-sectarian school) is worthy of note that not one broke you easily confused and excited 11 Do : I'
which was, Indeed, well rendered, andsang down or had to be prompted. The final : yell get up In the morning tired and tin- _
with a vim. Then followed recitations was a one act farce railed "Box and' refreshed l, and with a bad taste In the

by every child, large or small, Cox" which! Is too well known generallyto mouth ? O:8: .EA.S. J3LUJMI: : t C O .
Our Store is now filled to which, In their condition, showed excel require further comment. Miss Sogaard I Is there a dull cloudy sensation, attended y
lent Judgment and untiring perseverance made a most excellent Mrs by disagreeable feeling In the -- IV -- -

in their teacher While It would be too llouncer, while Thoroald Petersen and head and e\i>.s ? PJ.n.o: 71nos and Liquors I
1 ie{ utmost with a Choice line tedious to mention each child's performance .1. C. Little left nothing to be desired asBox Are you In liable\ and restless ? .

It will not be amiss to say that the and Cox. After the entertainmenta Does your heart thump and cause you sot', sea A 31 t W. nay St..
praises of apples and pumpkins, as ad. ball waf given by tho club. Prof. P. to gasp for breath after climbing\ a Illght I
r Carefully Selected Bargainssues I juncts to Thanksgiving Day, as given by Jensens band furnished excellent music. of stairs ? JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. :
little Miss Froscher was more than well The grand march was led by Capt. J. S. Does It distress you to lie on the left ,i ito
Hve and Ilonrtinn hlsktas' front (1.75
Hide fHave
rendered; and If the little ones, as wellas Matherson, who was unanimously elected t3M iwr irall.mHraiKlltw
In, the older ones, carried out the resolutions I floor manager; and, although the you Impaired memory, dlmneaa : Innn II.75 to (.175,per gallon
as set forth by Thizzana Mendel floor proper was at times almost too of vision depression of mind and gloomy tY- We make s HwrU1ty| 'f V>rth ('sue
It would naturally make better men andwomen slippery for the Irrepressible captain he foreliodings I'TI..e link Mountain IX>w (orn W hlnkey. three
of all of us; while the excellent held his own to the end, and went home symptoms mean that you are year hut, 11M |wr gallon
Youths .lnn -l gal l.. a.'Ic..I gal,aVU, a l .
Mtl suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous gal. PURE
tilings rendered by May Feaster was, Indeed with the milk In the morning, singing a tfleta\ .
a treat. But what the battle of parody of his own composition to the Exhaustion. Ki-irs-5 pU, || : 10lal.; .. '1.2&; glibl.,
bunker Hill has to do with Thanksgiving tune of Ta, Ha, Ha, Boom De Ay. Nearly There U no other remedy extant that 11.70
luis done so much for this claim of troubles l'artll'l .living. In Dry Town will tin
Day, your correspondent does not every one stayed with him to the last,
tl know, although Its rendition by Meyers and all declared they had had a thor asScott's well thrni to fill:ortlitr|wr rant fawn on as all, omen an we. can save WHISKEY; I'

Boys Froscher showed that he was complete oughly enjoyable time. Garbo-Digestive 1-r Always Mini money with onlrn,
master of its purpose, and In fact he was We will; not on| new opinintu, unlesssnllaldeJackwtmrllle
almost perfect in its rendition. reference In ilven, f
'w ) No UornU tent C. n. I'. to Dry Towns' ,
While we must not forget other religious To Taxpayers of Titimillo. Compound,

songs interspersed through the exercises -
*! CLOTHING we have to make special mentionof If your case has resisted the usual
The tax books of the Town of Titus
methods of
treatment we are particularly
the songs, "My country, 'TIs of thee,
.. ..... .. ... and "Sailor pull for the shore rendered ville are now open; the assessments arc anxious to have you give this Coin pound
$27.00 Per Ton
.. .... .. ... by ten little midgets, under the leadership made, and everything is in readiness for a trial. *
the collection of
We guarantee relief In every case and
of Miss I). Hill, which showed taxes.L. 1
T. CoonKY, \ill
both patience and musical talent In their w cheerfully your money should
Gentlemen'sFurnishing leader while she must have devoted Collector.Everlthiog our remedy fail to produce the most
good deal Day of,time which on was her assay a complete of Thanksgiving historical .. Goes gratifying Please remember results that the appellation get a Complete High Grade FERTILIZER i

Patent Medicine does
rrtttme, from inception in bleak not apply toSCOTT'S "ocHEAL:
New England centuries ago, down to : CAH11O-D1GESTIVE t
the present time. At cost. Stock consists of shoes, do- COMPOUND.It .
mestics, gingham, lawns, outing flannels,
To bring this to a conclusion, all thereIs is a prescription put up by a leading "
of It, we poor folks of LaGrange had men's hats, and everything usually keptIn physician who has made stomach and Ammonia! .41,, to 31ti Per Cent

after all, a genuine Thanksgiving Day, a general store. Now, don't miss this nervous troubles' a specialty for years. Available Plxmphato Acid . . 4>, to J>'w" "

even If we had our turkey and pumpkinpie sale next Monday, Dec. Pth, sure. We court Investigation and earnestly Potash (Actual) . . (1\I to 8 "
Goods dished up to us by small hands, and SIMON IlAMBKito, Titusville. urge: all physicians to write us for the
In imagination formula of Scott's Carbo-Digestlve Compound Made exclusively from Nitrate of Soda, Cottonseed Meal, ltlo.nl, Hone, Acid
LAGUANGE. which we will mail on application Phosphate and Sulphate of Potash. No 01 doling malt\rlallllll..l. We also curry all
that they may satisfy themselves of agricultural( Prices Paid for1.
Highest dH' Its harmless character and excellent 53f-I Also large\ stock of II. J. Ilaker: Itro's. Complete Manure
ilS and CAPS Jensen. virtues.

A correspondent, in a recent issne of COMPOUNDIs The Fertilizer House of Florida
In the latest designs the ADVOCATE, writing In the Interest of all Kinds of CAME.CHAMBERLAIN. the most remarkable remedy thatscience

the Biscayne Bay country, Is at error in has nioduced. It has succeeleiwhere Jacksonville, Fla. }
& COl.E.Tel..ph..n.l
Intimating that the latter district was all other medicines have failed:

of Shapes alone in shipping tomatoes during the' 7. Jacksonville Fla. Sold by druggists everywhere, 1.00
month of 133 E. nay St.Tor bottle. Sent to address In
April, 1805. From this place, per any
both tomatoes and bean. were being America on receipt of price. MUCK LANDS
shipped as early as the middle of last SI\te- Don't forget that we cheerfully refund t
and Blocks. April. your money If results are not satisfac
tory. Order direct If your druggist does ,
The Gilbert's Bar Yacht club holds The yacht Belle; in good condition, not have It.Addrell. .
Its second monthly meeting at the club having just had a new bottom and been all orders to
house on Saturday, the 7th Inbt. Yacht overhauled. Gasoline stove on board, In two and half
races during the day and a dance In the also plates, cups, etc., and, In fact, most CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO. a aero tracts,
evening are amusements incident to of the things needed on such a boat for
these monthly meetings. The club was cruising. Will sell for 1150 cash For Topeka Kas. Canal.
Fronting on '
; organized some months ago; with eighteen full particulars concerning the boat, address Or For Sale by m 9, 0 o 0
SHOES members, embracing residents from Capt. P. Nelson, Tltusvlllo. If
I X{ Sewall's Point to Jensen. Others have you wish to purchase boat after learning Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusvllle Apply to i''

since joined, and the names of more will particulars apply to C. II. Walton, TI-

be introduced for membership at the tusville, Fla., at which place she may be Remember the AuvoeATK ALBERT W. ROBERT
( -
coming meeting. The club house, at seen, near the dock in front of the Indian
!Inks and once commodious and comfortable, Is River hotel. does all kinds of job printing jive West Palm Beach Fla. e
situated on the narrow beach between us a share of your work.]
---------- ------
X river and ocean, and Is provided with all
)oj the conveniences necessary to the com- For Sale-Cheap, 'Waritod-1l:: ; Man: ::
fort of the members, either for the stayof STEVENS BROS. & CO.
In every section at ones to sell staple
Valises a day or a week.
My entire stock of trunks, locks and dealers
goods ; no peddlmg! ; expcrlem, ,
The board of directors of the I. R. A: keys, and a small job printing outfit, for unnecessary, bust side line. 573.: ( a

L. W. P. O. association will hold a meeting less than it cost In New York. l'oliliell- month. Salary and expenses or largo; _______ __
at Jensen on the 10th Inst While lion given at once. commission ni.ulo. Address, with cent as STEVENS POTTERY, GA ,
this organization has necessarily remained L. D. GiiAHAu, stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap
less inactive for the Tltusville, Fla. and Cincinnati
more or Manufacturing Company,
And, in fact, every OF -
past year, its executive department is Ohio.
thing found in a first- fully alive to tbe situation, and the above Consult Jatiirs Mott
Well and Flue Sewer and Drain Stone Ware
i Irregular meeting is for the purpose of I Curbing Pipe Tile air
class Clothing Store.
considering the most expedient steps to JAS. V. BOFILL & CO. Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and
All of the prevailing be taken to again revive the general Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon I ,

styles in assortment interest and insure concert of action, in and grape; fruit trees, grape vines and Fruit and Produce Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
Marshal Nltl
view of a large crop of pine. anticipatedfor
complete, specially purchased the coming season. O"neralllanager JAMS MOTT I ':tr' Save your money by buying clone at Home, and from clever men.TIIK .
Porcber will bn in attendance. There Is Orlando, Fla. Commission Merchants ,
to meet the
now a disposition to adjourn the general -
known wants of this meeting, held in January of each year, Give U* Your Mall Order H. O. Ilex lOltt. -- 11KASONS
to a time not so far In advance of the KEFLUFNCI llanelMin ljuig,Ht. Linda! "
Community season. For obvious reason., Mop au.lth'ord..A (''>:: 4 hluiK. III.. ; <'Itl.en.t You Should Bay a Yost Writing Machine : c----
shipping ,, .. ,
and will Slant of I> ,1.1.| II N. II ('o..grrtIvshaiiking
For jewelry or repairing, they
this would probably be an advantageous A..'n, Jolin W. I.um.len Now Yurt
>> expedient. be promptly: attended to. Large line of I itj; J. C, smith Jt (:0., Ht |....111. Mo.; 1'':. I.. It has no Ribbon or Shift Key.
all kinds carried at West Palm Ueach. reU-num, It Oaliin. , ANTHONY know, t"'e, t1a.; Krultanil frixluca Tnule (nerikllr; It has Perfect andPermanent
Grand Clearance Sale C."o.'I'I..1'K. U<'I
iy* Our prices are of uniformly West Palm Beach. Alignment.
Mew' 1''(.... a 9-331 I'oydrM Htrect,

low grade; Our prices Of the Jensen store stock of goods For Salo or Hen t. Now OrlcmiiH, I.a.f Durability, Strength,
next Monday, at Simon Hamberg's TI. ;Cr-Ulwral Advance nuwle on ConilKnmentt. Erse of Operation,
never equaled; Our prices do tusville store. *
All of block 27, Titusvllle, Fla., knownas Convenience and licuuty

">ui' talking; Our prices canaot White City.The the Itanium property, (just east of Ice pO MAR & THOMAS 6-' of Work, that U found
factory. This is a very large block of ,
be copied by would-be competitors land, all fenced, having upon It a com- --- In no Other Tyi>ewriter.

White City Social and Dramatic fortable house, greenhouse, "windmill t.
; Oar prices make our business Club gave a performance Thursday evening piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other Tinners and Plumbers.
(Thanksgiving)) the proceeds of Improvements. Price, tl.OuO. Will rent ;ff Send for Catalogue to

which talks for itself. which will go: for a Christmas tree for subject to sale, at **.U) per month. FIELDER & MOWER
the school children. A large party came Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort Galvanized Iron Gutteringand ,
-t9EE- from Fort Pierce and St. Lucie and Pierce; or to Robbins A Graham, his Jonoral ....ulh.'. "(..t.

I helped to make up a crowded audience. attorneys, Tltusville,11w. YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers ollice and Tyj>ewrlterHupplie

I ff YOU SUPERIOR The first piece on the programme was a Tanks a Specialty fo all Machines .arbon |l'alJ4"t| Uibbons, Letter Files, Typewriter paler| Im-
WANT Fur Sale or Ilxcliange. iiresslon Uooks Write us for prices OH what von need.
ff: Estimates given on work, and ; FIKI.DKK & MOWER.

GOODS MARVELOUSLY Awarded Correspondence !Solicited. No. 0 Wall Street, Klmtiall Ilouae Atlanta 'ia
Uonors-World' Fair. One 6-year-old, three-quarter Jerseycow
Highest now dry; one 1-year-old steer. POMAR & THOMAS
.DR Want fresh cow, or will sell for cash. ,
CHEAP VISIT Address: KCILIX>I E 1st, I IItotleland. Titusvllle Florida.


mE '* Sale. New x Smyrna Livery

'''lEiBAIONfi TTM>CR and by virtue of a d.rn* of tonI
clmura one uU issued out of lb. circuit

EAGLE (November court,,for A wherein 11 Hravaril IMM,. thetiUintlHaail of ', -f* Stable, -..4- Pineapple Planters !

William II. Lsukwoutl and (ha,-

lute.leetwuid. are toe del"DdaDh.lw.U......u..., ; C. L. IMl IN, Proprietor.
public euitton la front of the men b din TAKE NOTICE 11
CLOTHING at TltiuvUle Florida during the tffui. bunn of i
ale. epos the ant Monday U January A Uiwe : I have control of a Choice Lot of -
,to the blKheat aad ht bldu>r for euh. tbefollowlnii -
dcetrtbed real eaute altualcd la tbeeoaaty !
and Mate .1 tkirlda, tull: Hacks Meet All Trains.
of Hretard I SuckersFOR
Cayenne # Pineapple )J
AU oT lot II ut bkrk 4. ar.rdlnic lu tbe plat of ,
POWDER tb.subdtvtakwof kite a: :U and 't ut tbe recorded 1
ijOUSE pIatuslb.vlllage.AEaslallu.sitwwtIs : Passengers and baggage transferred to SALE by the I 100, 1,000( 10,000 or SO.Oai. Special prices on Urge orders.I
eerUoB IS, luwnablu 17, th erf raace n
I InaI. all the and Coronado
of city,
MADE. eut,or ..motb tbereof ae ;te aulhcienl to parts guarantee them to be true to name, first-class plants and In god order
JTituSYillc MOST PERFECT ... tbe antuuni due tbe euu"IaI....silt Iteaeh. Call on me before perfecting ThOM contemplating planting can use money by calling on or corresponding
pal sad ......."sad alau tbe euete of prlO.ea.j, arrangement
with before
A AmmoariaAlumamyoNa dultamt. I \ JJ. .. OAVU> me purchasing.GEO.
Florida. *cln deot-jaol 1a-IaIIIM&er NEW 8KrnYA, TLORIDA. H. WRIGHT. Orlando FU



of tated ease,which a4 writ of attachment therein ALEX NEAR
An Important Office. In has been levied upon said property ha been levied upon said property of said 1RXE Mf
Suffered Eighteen Years said defendant In the above-suled cause defendant In the shrove stated ease, a* spears NEAR &
U appear by said levy endorsed on sal<1 by alai, levy endorsed: on Paid writ and by toe TAYLOR,.
and de.erli.tlnJudcment
Palo Departed and Sleep ea... To properly fill It* office and functions, writ and by the record of the notice of of record aidpnierty of tie noti..f'levied said spec levy recorded by theClerk (Successor to John McAlllstet

It I II important that the blood be pure said levy and description of said property of the Clrcult Court o] r '\rUl.1

1M Mr. hits A. Brown, of Covlmrton. Teen. When It Is In such a condition the body I IIII levied upon, recorded by the clerk (.f Florida, le the lien packy. slid you interested, Artesian Well Contract
and all
I almost sure to be healthy. A complaint the Circuit Court of Brevard county Michael F. liweer. persona
whore husband Las chart of the electrt hereby regnlred to appear In esid salt shove
light plant at that place, has been a (ret' at this time Is catarrh In some flf Florida, In lien book : And you, the laid are etated en the first: Mon.lay In Jsnuary, A. I. EAU CALLIE FLA

poises". net allmenU and speedy can Its various forms. A slight cold develops Michael F. Dwyer, and all person Interested iv" .;. being the ,11Itb day 0' a/d month, else
PERSONAL GOSSIP. best described herself the disease in the head. Dropping hereby required to appear In by default I will be taken against "smi::
an by u follows are the said Michael r, IWTr, and each, every
"for 14 yean I inffentd from nervous* of the corruption passing Into the lung said suit above stated, on the first Monday all persons Interested falltne to apar In said HODGES & GODFRE
John Robert has been the champion and Indirection. 1 tried every remedy ncommended bring on consumption The only way' In January A. D. 189d, being the 'ourt In aid canoe, and mh proceeillnn had
by family and friends, but i I blood said herein a* by law I* In such cases made and pro-
of to cure this disease Is to purify the month else judgment
English billiard for over 25 years.It could no relief at all Two yean ara, i Itb day of .II..d.'
The most obstinate cases of catarrh 11'11be\ taken against you, the I> Broome Manufacturers of
it Dr. while being treated 'by throe local pbvlDr by default Witness the Honorable John '
said that John Ball the
Clans, *. Barrel. Maley and Sherod; the] yield to the medicinal powers of Hood said Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every judge' .as also I A. A Stewart clerk I and the ea I

Presbyterian minister of New York lithe Sarsaparilla as If by magic/; simply be- and all persons Interested failing to appear of said Court at, the Florida courthouse, this, the lu IZth Tltu dayoReptemher lllnrerard i Yellow Pine

wealthiest clergyman in the world. cause It reaches the seat of the disease In said Court I I.\ said cause, and such ounty. A. 1) 8\16. Lutn

The first military order issued by i and by purifying and vitalizing the proceedings had therein. by law I Is In A. A. STEWART,

General Grant is in the posseesion 01 blood, removes the cause. Not only; such cases made and provided. Clerk Circuit Court, Boron DRESSED!

Colonel Dawson, late) quartermaster of does Hood Sarsaparilla do this but I It Witness the lion John D. Broome Brerard County, Fla. Orange Rox Head,
the Twenty-flrtt Illinois.CanoTM gives renewed vigor; to the whole system, Judge!, as also A. A. Stewart, clerk, MI nor 8. Jone*. [L8) trait *
It for health to the CourthouseIn VraeuhUtntLumber ,,.
making possible good the seal of said Court at John E. Hartridm, ,
del Castello, the Spanish Florida delivered at any part nt .
reign supreme. Titusville, Brevard County:, for 1'lalntlff bill India =
Attorneys of
premier, ii 05 yean old. He entered of September, A. V189j. i), C. on through building lading Anyone '"!"..
this, the 1lth: day 1If1'20 dec2o II>y C. R. Stewart, Ing on the Eaet Coset, wool,
journalism when he became of age and U The antique Japanese headdress con write for price Ry.V rolls mi 11 In vet," t
J.,T.* X. W south 'tkj
three later.ExSenator malei
politic STEWART
yean silted of an oblong box fastened on the A. A. ,

Jones of Iowa, who is 60 top of the head by means of a straj Minor S. Jones, Clk. Circuit Ct., Notice.In Satsuma Hlghts, Putnam co., i

jean old, hal Just undergone a raooem- which passed under the chin. John E. Hartridge; Brevard Co., Fla

fnl operation for the removal of a cataract Atty., for Plaintiffs. [L.S] the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial

from one of his eye. sep: O-decJO:! By C. K. Stewart, D. C. Circuit, Bievard County, Florida: W H, GLEASON & CO

Some specimens of mediaeval helmet*, w. \\lirhtmanandJohn "1 1O. ,
Joseph Nesbitt, once a mining king I
Chrlntophrr, copartI
worth 11,000.000, died the other day in at least, 11 pounds In weight are preserved Notice.In tern under the nan" and ATTORNEYS IN LAND CAS! ]
In the European museums style of Wlgbuuan and (Notice of Jn.tltu-
house nil rain
a Chicago lodging wa thrlitopher, > thin of by

due to gambling and morphine. Judlcla Plaintiff I Attachmentnrrw TITLES TO SPANISH (,}L\\
If... JCUA A. BROW the Circuit Court, Seventh T. ;

William A. Coffin, a well known Informed me that J had become dro meul [Job work cheaply, neatly and expedltlously District, Brevard County, Florida: Mlcha.l F. DW) J AMINED AND PERFLi I ED
landscape painter and art writer ha and that there little hope for me. 1 executed at the ADVOCATE: office, fendant.
tben decided to try Henry W. Caldwell the defendant In the
been appointed one of the judge in the Dr. Miles' Restorative Nenrlne Titusville. Circulars, hand bills, not and Charles C. 1 MICHAEL I F.1)WYER cause, ,and all persons Interested ABSTRACTS FURNISHED

Fine Art department of the Atlanta heads, letter heads, envelopes, statements ( focotf, copartners! will hereb) take notice that: the firm HII
exposition.l well on toward day darringnalthin under the name, Notice of InstI of Wlghtman and Christopher, the plaintitr snit In SURVEYS OBTAIN)
Ilghttannd etc. etc] commenced
tags, the shove. stated cause, have
of Suit
Stephen Hoyt of Lyndonville Vt. time I had a d ep, heavy pain In my firm and style of tntion by; In the t'Ircnlt <'ourt of the State of t lorida. Seventh
left tide, I toes moot tnternl, trulerd, but Caldwell A Scott, Attachment. Judl I < lal Circuit In and for Brevard toun- Defective Homestead Pn .JoIJ1I': '
ha* in his possession a collection of old afu-r taking one-half bottle of the J/rrmnt After the death of Nero thousands of Plaintiffs. } ty, by writ of attachment; against the land, Entries Corrected and Perfected\
coin. them 1 could ele-p all night just as well n level, goods and chattel of the said Michael -
being an English token of tenements Claims adjusted before
among In th
did The Aenxn I* the only remedy that citizens Rome put on caps VS. K. I>wer. a. 'erehd."t..m..d In the alcove 1 lh,
!guinea of 1795 and a shilling of 1366, rave me any relief whatever I am now their belief that the liberty of the republic Michael F. Dwyer, stated case which aid writ of attachment therein ment at Washington.
also a crown of 1726. well and strong, and } thank God twrvdauof Defendant. ha been levied upon said property of said Correspondence solicited.
my I Ufor Dr. title A rv M." was about to return. defendant In the above stated cause, as appear
The interest of the Rothschilds are MRS. JULIA A. BROWN. F. DWYER, the defend by said I :levy endorsed: on said writ and by therecord EAU CALLIE FLA.
MICHAEL the above entitled cause, of the notice of said levy and. d.rll'ti..n
represented in the goldfields of Johannesburg Dr Miles Nervine Is sold on a positive t recorded b
South Africa, by Hamilton (aarantee: that the fret bottle will bene5a The people believe what they read and all persons Interested, will hereby of of the property Circuit'levied Court upon of Brevard County, Florida,
All druggiata Mil U aUl,' bottles for 18. 0' about Hood's barsaparllla. They know that the firm of Caldwell anScott the said Michael F.>
take notice book and you
Smith Kentockian. lie In th.U." ;
receive itwlllbepent Pineapple Orange anil
an prepaid, on racet of Le
by lbe be.Mlles laedlcal One, Elkhart,price lad that it Is an honest medicine, and that It I the plaintiffs In the above state I>wyer, and all persons Interested, are hereby 1
anneal of Mated
salary 40000. That Is about suit In the CIrcuit required' to appear In said suit above on Land For Sale Chr
why commenced a
cures you have
Dr. cause, in A D 18JK, llngthe
Miles' Nervine the first Monday January
A. D. Clingman of Cornwallis, Or., Rate: get only Hood's. Court of the :State of Florida, Seventh six.h day of said month;, else Judgment by

died the other day at the age of 88. At Judicial Circuit In and for Brevarc, default will be taken against you, the said Michael I have for sale 80 acres of pine

hi* fnueral wa a ton 71, another 66, a Hood's Tills cure all liver Ills, rellevi County, by writ of attachment agalnitl .'. .Dy wer, and to each appear every in aid and Court all personsInterested In said land on St. Lucie river, a few milt

daughter 68 and a great cumber of Bow II Pays to IU 00twLI constipation and assist digestion. 25c.: the lands, tenements, goods and chattels cause, and failing such proceeding hail therein* bylaw low Eden, 40 of which being non:
and of the said Michael F. Dwyer as defendant Is In such case. made and \,rovldedWitness quarter of northeast quarter ""t *?
great-grandchildren. Uncle Allen Sparks whose heart D Broome.
I the above stated case, the Honorable John 18 township 38 south of
named In seal range 41
Herbert Spencer i II described as a I >eat. kindly for all living creature, Bulgarian bearskin caps are still frequently which, said writ of attachment therein:: of judge said, a Court* also at A A the. Stewart courthouse\ clerk. ,In and Titusville the the other 40 is the northeast\

plain, old fashioned Englishman of medium topped the other morning on his way seen In the dominions of Prince< has been levied upon said property of Brevard County, Florida, this, the Uth day of of southeast quarter of metio

stature, drooping shoulders, a I down town to stroke the nose of a poor, Ferdinand. said defendant in the above stated cause, Septeuilwr: A. D. 18US township 38, south of range 41 east

large head (now bald), light complexion forlorn old cab horse and feed it some as appears by said levy endorsed on sale A. A. STEWART Court. The above land can be bought d.,

soft gray eyes and curly gray side I of the lump of sugar he carried in his In the fifteenth century plumed hat writ and by the record of the notice ol Clerk prevail Circuit County, t'.la. per acre. It Is suitable for pine:

and throat whiskers. overcoat pocket. with wide brims became fashionable allover said levy and description of said property) orange, lemon or lime growing!
of the, Jones, [L8J
recorded by the clerk Minors
It ia interesting to learn that John While thus engaged! a young man of Europe. levied upon, of Brevard County, FlorIda John E. Hartridge, ill be sold in lots of 40 am

i Armstrong Chnnler proposed four time mach ping hat, high collar, patent \Circuit, In the Court lien book; and you, the slid Attorneys for UlntifTs. cash. This land will soon be wort)

to Amelia Rives before ahe consented to leather shoes and crooned trousers came Walton's. Rapid Calking Machine, Michael F. Dwver, and all poison Inter sep20-dec2U: By C. R Stewart D C. per acre.

become his wife, lie met her for the hurriedly along, looked at hi. watch W.00, $10.00, and $11 00 each. In us. ented, are hereby required to appear :In Apply to C. II Walton ,\''''.'

first time at a Newport ball and fell ar and said. to him by many of the principal boatbuilderin said suit above stated on the fiat Monday Notice.In office villa ; or to Robbins & Graham 1

dently love on the spot. "Cabby, are yon bnsyj"-Chicago the North. See pamphlets and test!)- in January, A. D. 18'M, being/; the

Tribune. monlals sixth day of said month, else judgmenl
lisa Not Hwang, the Chinese control by default will be taken against you, the the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Notice

i general in New York, who has aroused Too Poor said Michael F. Dwyer and each, every Circuit, Brevard County, Florida:

the antagonism of his fellow country Remember, the ADVOCATF:, Titus and all persons Interested failing to appear The American OrocerrLompanv

men, in a tremendous aristocrat lie I. villa, does all kinds of job printing. Give,< in said Court in said cause and such a I'orporatlonniiikr In the Circuit Court, Seventh ,lu

of lofty lineage and great wealth and i* us a share of your work.] proceedings had therein"a* by law Is In State of the{New Law Jersey of, the Notice of of Instltntlon Suit I by- Circuit, Brevard County }'lonliJHobert

lianghty and unapproachable. HI wife such cases made and provided. rialntiff Attachment, W. Slmms, 1

1 is a charming Ie woman. All pain banished by T>r. )ill,' Pain -nl.. Witness the Honorable John D. Y8. Plaintiff. I \otici 'nVS

Broome, Judge, as alto A. A. :Stewart Michael F. IJwyer.Defendant. .tutloii ,.' 'I
When Sir Walter Poott'i
grandson, German warriors from the fifth cen clerk, and the seal of said Court at the F. DWVfcR, the defendant In the Michael .'. Dwyer, Atticliiiiiu'
Mr Walter Scott, was born Queen Victoria Bievard Coun J
court-house In Titusville, MICHAFL. t cause, and all leru.ms Interested Defendant. J
telegraphed her congratulations to tnry to the tenth wore horns on their, ty Florida, this, the 12th: day of :Septem will hereby take notice that the ,
F. DW1LR the 1 I.
the Infant's mother and closed the dispatch oar/,. helmets ber, A. D. 18T! : American the alxive Grocery stated to,:corporation I: I,.the plaintiffIn :: a suit MICHAEL the above entitlit! 1

with the word, "He hall be The helmets the mediaeval bights A. A. STEWART i n the CI.-'lltrt: of the State of Florida Seventh and all persons interested. will I
knighted Sir Walter when he I II 21. e Clk. Circuit Ct, Judicial Circuit, in and fur Brevard loon
k always bore the color of the wearer'l Minor S. Jones, ty, by writ of attachment. against the land. take notice (.hat liobcrt W M mm
Young Mr. Scott is now 19 and is look. John E. Hartridge, Brevard Co., Ha. tenements, goi ls .ml'haltel. of the said MIehadl plaintiff In the above stated :iut'>.

Log forward to the fulfillment of) thequeen' mistress Attys for Pliintiffs [L.S>..1sep20dec20 ('. l>WNer, a* defendant named In the *Uivtated commenced a suit in the I It"t', ,

: < Uy C. R. Stewart D. C. case, which said writ of attachment therein of the State of Florid :Seventh ,ic
promise. The conical cap worn at the time of ha lee levied upon said .roirty of sail ,
defendant In the above stated cause, a* ai>|wan Circuit, In and for Brevanl i ,11I111
ftylvmnn hawyer. Alexander the Great Is still to be seen in by said levy endorsed on aid writ and by tlu I writ of attachment against tin J
Notice.In notice of said levy and dtMcrlption
record of the .
Sylvanus Sawyer, tho imentor of the Persia. of said property levied slim| recorded. by the, tenements, goods and i liitti I* "
a :lerk of the Circuit Court of Brevard County said Michael F Dwyer. n* dan
rifled cuunon. has died In Temple- The most cultivated minds are usual ; the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial lorida, In the lien book ; and you, the sail named In the above stated ,IM \
Mans. the of 73. From his and all Interested
ton, at age Michael 1)wver pentane ,
Iy the most patient moat clear, most District, Brevard county, loridaAlalnma : are hereby required to appear in said suit slat said writ: of attachment toners n4'
early boyhood says tho Springfield Republican rationally progressive most studious of [ Coal ,fated on the first Monday: In January, A DH'nt levied upon said propirts ,it -."' i o,
I be showed a strong mechanical I Notice of In- bring the sixth day of said month, elseiidginentliy ant in the above stated causes i> 'I|
in detail*-James Martineau. a corporation, default will be taken against
bent. In 1860 he invented a machine accuracy companY'l )0011 said endorsed iJHI i l ,tr
I a laws of the stltut I Ion of the said Michael t Dwyer. and each every by levy on
for splitting rattan In HUH he teHted suit by at- all person interested falling to ap" |>ear In said by the record of the notice ,>t tae'1
I offer wealth Lama
Harry- cannot you In Brazil there said to be 800 languages ,
are Court In said and > proceeding* hailherein said I
the model of his rifled The text bh : and description of propernupon
cunuon tachment.
i 'l.
I Marie ; my brains are all the fortune I and dialects spoken by the In VS. I a* by law in case made and 'I
recorded by the (leik, .s I <
ill thus described by C II Helton theowner Michael Dwyer, irwldedWitness. ,
of the shop in Teiuphtou where XM80H8. dians. Defendant. J the Honorable John D. cult Court of Bievard County, U
Marie-Oh, Harry, if yon are as badly judge, as also A. A: Stewart, clerk, and be":1 In the lien book and tin;alt
; you.
he finished the model : "The trial took F. DWYER, the defend- of said Court at the court-house In Titusville ,
off as that, I am afraid papa will MICHAEL I oi i eel F. Dwyer, and all person inter .
place lu ainwtdow a short distance from above entitled cause, and irevard (imntv, Florida, this, the 12th day
lever give his consent.Scrlbner'eMagmnua Not<'c. September, A. D. 18J5 are hereby required to appeal III i
bill homo. He had of ail interested, will hereby take
rigged a pair
up persons A A STEWART, suit above stated on the til' i) Mm
____ notice that the Alabama! Coal Company,
wheels taken from his father's huyoart, tin ut.
Clerk Circuit Court.Brevard January A. D. 18'Mi! being
Judicial Circuit ,
In Circuit 7th o the above
the I In
drawn it down the Rebated a corporation, plaintiff I,
mid thus had to bt
County, Fla. of said month, else judgment
Florida, Brevard county A. D. IX'15! stated his commenced a suit In .
meadow About a third of a mile away A little negro gamin passing along wm"n W. Snell the C Ircult cause court, of the :State of Florida, Minor. Jones, [LSJ will be taken against von tbt r.i i

lIe bad also rigged up a target compound flay struct yesterday morning saw a eA.Itnrt 7th Judicial circuit, in and for Bievard John E. Hartridge, Michael F Dwyer, and each -vei!

of heavy oak plonk from four to six stump of a cigar fall on the sidewalk A. raxmlraand ToraV Hill to cancel deed writ of attachment against Attorney for I'lainmff.sep2t all persons interested faihnj. ,1
('aniulre hl wile, I IWalliweW county, by
C ml
Inchon thick and about ten feet square. In front of a store. He made a second McOmlwIT andJ J the lands, tenements, goods and chattels By C. R. Stewart, O C. In said Court in said cause t h3' *

He got us all dowu about the gnu and base slide for it, and when ho had it appearing' by the sworn till if complaint of the said Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant proceedings had therein as

I then loaded it with about a pound of safely corralled beneath him he rolledhis lei::I In above caune that' .t ilifemlanU: ,, named the above stated cane, such cases made and provided ,1;,,1' l
Hurt A. amntrp anil (ura l1. ramulre, Sirwife Notice Witness the Honorabli
powder and though ounfldiut of hisown eye around the points of the compass anti Wallace W MtrtHulwr. are n the State < upon
invention he did not dare tro..tblmllelf > to see if another gamin had also clerk and the seal of said I ,ur
aril l ), .,sod that raid ilofeniUnu. hurt A above stated the ,
aid defendant in the cause In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
in its immediate nelftlihorhmid) seen the stump fall aminre anil t U eC.casulre rtnlili In Raima court-house In Titusville. Brr an
r of MlMinirl I : suJ Wallaie: \N, Mo- as appears by said levy endorsed on said Circuit, Brevard County, Florida:
Ity, State *
lint attached a fuse aevcrulfeet long, "Dot war In Cuba. ia making Mtvanos ty, Florida, this, the Uth:! des) III
Glides In Springeeld, Mann and that there lame writ and by the record of the notice of Charles \ooney and Frank .
lighted it-and then vtholttcrowd of ikace, an you can't take no cbjtucrs," |HTM>n In the Ktmi of Florida nervlre of a lid levy and description of said property 'Io.M..ey. co-partner under her, A. D. 18!):).

us ran like deer for about a quarter of a be remarked as be brushed off the ash .ul>po..na upon| wham would hind said defendants levied recorded by the clerk of the name, firm and Notice of Institution A. A. STEW Alit
It It therefore onlvreil that the defendant,, upon of
style Thomas Nuoiiey of suit
tulle. But nothing serious uvurrod. and blew away the sand and dust from Hurt A.Oa.11dresad'ereC.Casrulro. hi* wife, the Circuit court of Brevard county, S Sims. } Attachment. by MInorS. Jones, elk I inui tt

"When the expkMiou took place, theprojectile the coveted snipe. Going into the store andalla<-e W. MiOmlier lie required to "|>- Florida, In the lien book; And you, the Plaintiff, John E. Hartridge, Brevard I I
sail Mil ofoniplalut
and to t
ai rr
.war complainant vu;
went straight as a bullet to ho said to Charley Ellis \' on or before. the litb day of J.nullrYI aid Michael F. Dwyer, and all persons )icbael F. nwypr.l"r..n.iant.. Attys. for Plaintiff I, .

the mark, exploded he planned that "Buss, gimme. match, please, cab'" Isle or Mid bill will tw taken a* .." .. Interested, are hereby required to appearIn Ilep.' -doo !O Uy C. R Stewart 1 1'', 1

I it should, and tore mont of the target to "Matches are not here to give away, nnnplauiantallowed his aid iaiiM to piocued ex-parte with slid suit above stated on the lint ,. MICH ILL F. DW\EK the defendant In the 1V!

pieces. Thus successful was the first mt to sell." said Mr. Ellis, assuming a It I* furlsr I nlrred that a copy of this order Monday In January, A D 100, being the I. itatvd cause, and all leraxu Interested d
will hereby take notice that the arm
I... eaeh ..rvk fur font conwcuIve ith of said month else judgment by '.
pulilinlu-d once day t:
rifled cannon ball ever find in this or look of intense severity .....k.ln the IM IAV Rives AUMHATIC, a default will be taken against the I or t Thomas Nooney A: Son., the plaintiff In theabove Notice of Attachment.
you stated V.
cause, have commenced a suit inthe
other country A second discharge "Dey is, eh?" uewsayer> lulliah"d tu *. count).
any aid Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every I Circuit court of the State of Florida, *th
with the same precautions. not so "That' what they are. Witness the lion I>. Itnmme Judre of Judicial circuit In and for Brevard ,
by "
I : hnA clerk I and all Interested failing to county of th '
appear Court
: In the
aid court, a* well 8u>wart. there persons I writ of attachment against I the lanilatenements County t
! successful, it striking the target onkew, "Well how much i* dey er box? ref. and the seal. therwif. at the coot h"".. at in said court In said cause and such and chattel* said Michael F Florida, in and for Erevan! 'I Iii

for it took later experience to touch that "One cent." Titus, Ilk, the 3UI day of Augunt. A h ISJ6 proceedings had therein as by law I I. in I"ryer. a* defendant, named:In the above stated Clement tossing, b

this was the fault of the projectile and The gamin tilted the stump in one A. A *T>:WAHT. such cases made and provided. case been, .which said writ of attachment therein baa l'alnlltr.'OS. .

I that to secure the straight passage corner of hi* mouth, held to the band ofbi. Howell Titus, Clerk Circuit Court. Witness, the Honorable John D. I in levied the above npon suited said property cause of said defendant by said- } Attaciuuen. t
Emanuel Jose, I Iliefendant
: through the air 11 roost be of even thick i* pantaloon with one baud, ran the 15.11. for Coinl'l t (I. Bl] nOr.OXutl troome, Judge:; as also A. A. :Stewart, the levy notice endorsed of said on said writ and ; record of
levy of said
lies and evenly balanced Later after other band in his pocket and pulled clerk, and the seal of said court at the >n..>erty levied epos recorded by the clerk of TO Emanuel Jose, defendant, n, '' r t
house In Tltutville Brevanl l hi ircuit court of llrevard suit, and all other persons mtoreswYOU a
many experiments, it was adopted by urth a copper court couny : county, Florida 1 la
('('. the Hen; hook And you, the said Michael F notified thai writ
Florid the Uth day of are hereby
the war department as an improvement "Gimme a bos And be laid down gals Iiweeaud all |.wron* Interested, are hereby ha been issue,! igalii( <
of great value. cent A D $! : required to tpwar In said suit above stated onthe property attached V' wtw' u

D. the bas struck match lit In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART, first M:mday In January, A D litai, being the.5th mUll of Clemens l tssmg, amountingone ,*, I
got ,
slay i< aid month,else Judgment by default dollar and forty-five cent
I The Rontt ne* Ended. the stump so well that it poured forth District, Brevard County, Fla.AVillouRhbv MInor S. Jones, Clk Circuit Ct, will* taken against you, the said Michael Fwver you shall appear l-efore the son u "1 t
John E. Hartridpe Brevard Co. > and each every and all person Interested and plead demur to star J
and .bell'\eo
of emote and then the Adams
volume banding
th': ,. "ti 1
falling to ,
ap|>ear In said court In said herein I *t Clerk offl i
I yatcq -- box back to Mr. Ellis assumed a look of harlot W. Richardson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. [L.s.] cause and such proceeding hail therein a* by aunty and State, on the Rule lw. r'j
.. Intense severity and said : ami Charles K. Smith, sepJO-decJO" By C. R. :Stewart, D C. law U In such ease made and pun Ided A. D ls.+.t. lining the 3rd ua) '.'I>1 v' I t
under the Xotlce of Witness. the Honorable John I)_ Broom, fault will be entered against >
"Put dat box on de shell, an de nex'time co-partners ndge.. a* also A. A. Stewart clerk, and tbs seal and application will be niail m: 1E
of t tutlonAdamtvt
firm and nit I "
a gemmen come in hyar an as name, style ) Notice. (f ""IICAHlrt, ., th* court house In flnal judgment, and your |'n>l
i Richardson, of suit by this the T1tUnlllel to debt,
..., you fer a match you gin him one outeiiny l'l. otlff. attachment !RnptrevaMwroeraouotr,1t'kelda. listed this 30th day of Ortob t l''
#TC ).M tx I
f' bozo Florida Times-Union. VS In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART, A. A.

."I Michael F. Dwyer Circuit Brevard County, rlorlda: Minor a. Jones. clerk Circuit Court T VcCarty, ."n'' ;:; :
John .. Robbinat iiraham r
\ Lillian Bnrkhardt Dickson has bPt>neng.ged IMendant The B. B. Huhhard Company Hartridge Brevard Co AU' for Plaintiff I
by Steiner & Hahn for Mariearisen' F. DWYER, the defend- II Corporation a.- .Attorney for llalntiff. IL.B.lKP ]
'Z.1 j MICHAEL I der t he Law of the Bute .dei,la By c. R. Stewart, d. c.Administrator's !
company in "The Merry the above-entitled cause, of lortda Notice of Itunimrtalntlff I,.' ,
()antes.. and all persons Interested will hereby } Him of Hull by Have you seen it ? "el'I1" r
take notice that the firm of Adams Attachment Notice of Final Calking U-> I :
Louis Mann, the SvengaH of "The IlchaelF. the Walton Rapid
Gilbert-Yon led me on, and then who Richardson the plaintiffs in the above Ifeftndart.MICH Set tlemell t.NOTICE sail row boat ,'HI
and Clara or
World Lipinan. own a
Merry you
gi,.' u>e do marble heart You bav1 took stated cause, have commenced a suit In AEL F' I>WALR. the defendant lathe ,' '.frca it
Mendel UonioU 'cause he's a forriner, wa the laughing girl of "Incog, were the Circuit Court of the state of Florida entitled caiu. and all persons Inter. have one on band It "
recently married. Seventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Bre .>tediU hereby take notice that the 8. t. hrreb girl that QG Nareh 2nd. and It patented ,p Th.I ] .
deny U if you can. (Bitterly) Agnes, .a. Hubban Comiaay| a Corporation,the plaintiff hau "". coal to saver,
de rigid Shook Leo Ditrichsteln ha been engaged for yard county, by writ of attachment iff the abwe tabtd tales, baa OMnrnapnNl atilt .his Honor, Minor 8. Jnnet.:'fu.lj States, Great Britain, Ctn-ui
did of
giv' me "
why you .. and George K. Fortes- against the land, tenements, goods and In the Circuit tourt of the Mate ofniirMa, *",*". _.,. tot a discharge and wlndmg will Agues. (haughtily Oo thy way. A Stag Party, chattels "f> the said Michael\ F. Dwyer, 1 Knenta JudwUl Circuit, In and for Brevard reptob.dq :='tmloa' of the estate ot B.T. I few of the state rights .
ha also been secured to play the of hment the ,' to' J \
sell ayalnn
Gilbert Fitthurbert' or I'll lick my dorgfn cue defendant named In the above stated Ctouuty. by attar land, reasonable figure. Appl "
aa ,
butler In the same piece. tenenteata, good and chattel of the said Mica, L J. BVREK,
yon -Truth. case.whlch said writ attachment there ael r. L""yer M defendant, mined in the above .njanJ-9 Adni'r Kst,B. T. Tobe. tOIl, Tltutvllle. FU.I' 1,I




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--- --- - The Trunk Line. I
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Corduroy routing in for a great degree Tropical ;

of favor this year

There are no godets, or ripple] effect '
on the skirts of new short, dressy jack (I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. \

ets and coats.

HOLLOW MOUNTAINS. Scotch plaids in satin surah or silk JOSEPH II. DUIUCKi, lloceivor. I

'tog/1 1tt'c and wool are made into stylish waiststo
HM Brand New uln rt y
black skirts.
wear over --
ding Id_ 1 al !'''I'TI. C1HTII j.
tef'C.rat tot let a, rtitl 'F Separate waists are displayed in all .. Time Table Ia trt..t: AI', la, bA .
awes a Chicago man. IL I! t n. s S .I.\\: IR ( 'hitl.; I o I I n. .
:lug ever the importing houses and fancy dry ..r .... 'SMp'slh: .v. IAI"\\II'I.t'Ar. : Tnam einpnr' .
It need occasion no surprise to torrs in and attractive .. .. 11.11' SleY .. ..urces ( oe5pring5.' .. .. 1I1\1aln 411II1. ... ... .. ..
a, of the Windy goods greater more .. iSlitaIiIt'tInInY. ... .. .,1'alstka' .. . . .. 4waul iii a, 3F: pm I'
::11 that aD engineer forms cud varieties than ever .. ... 5095 IIMpI1OMa. ., "nUnRt"n. .. 1/14I.n 11II'1'h' Rapes ,

bas developed a scheme by which Very Jaunty little capos for evening .: : ilea 19nla 1922a 19Ms nnla.::" : :(. rieemitl9lyJnuctlon 5r llIe .. .. '. ::' : tit : ,,: 304 9LIpm pa: : I9Mpm Mapes5as : I !!

rojxwed to build single mountains have medics collars lined with feathers, .... .... .ila 196aa111ata..hrl.on I'1.rlnK. .. .. ,. 'I'In'ltlfl.1n" ,
at ihort notice .. .. t041. 13:1.: 121aa .. .. .... I..r..r.. .. . Ilia In INpm 1015ant
range and more showy of brocaded silks .3 i f
entire capon lilt's .19ai5AVI
11I Christensen is this engineer's in bright colors are trimmed with black : .. : : ii MIal. .1..I.an.I..I Ar.- :: :: : :: : :: rna.m, :: j
\lee C . 2405 ICitAr "nt..r.I. .. .. ..LY / I"' ", ,,, 'I lOan.
The Chicago mountain idea wasTed HOTEL ROYAL fur ... ... ..... 4laa r9ap\ .. .... C1rlan.'" .. .. .... .. 4" ... 11Mamt. ... .. . I

by the him summer lost July in ,Colorado when he, was and PO1NCIAMA PALM, UEA('H, LAKE AOUTII.. three-quarter Many of the coats new cloth have the jackets popular and "' :::: :::: :::: ..5105 4Mla II S(0 SnepAr.IAp!: .......:::.: ::: klminlmce.Itsruw Oonia.. ....:.:: : .l: iita'IIatpa sti'pa: .i'Mat..etoau::' ::::..:::: ISS I

irtUt home with him and made melon shaped sleeves and a vaudyke I ... .... ....... : )5 lool'Ar. .. .. .. T.'I' .. . 1.4.\1'. 5laainaes .... .. I
it .. a siAr. .. .Lv Itnpm 7rtnn. .
, pint of it Mr. ChriMeuneu.be- OPEN DURING THE INTER SEASON ACCOMMODATION FOR 1000. collar of mink or otter, with points : : :: : .. 4Ia _, A r : :: 1brtTsmqu.: .: Ii-: 71na m ::: :: ::: It I

'. estimator for Fraser & Chal- that reach to the waist. Mon all & Tnaandlri atslpmAr .. kevRat. . .LvIi)0'mA.I.anINat' .
::1. the big niannf acturers of miningftgn nYSRW.. MEKKILL, Manager New and pretty gimps the color of NMI an" !'at. ... .,. elitism Ar..:. 1I..na. Lv1IJwlpm, gld.andNst. I It
citizen of the United ----- silver
a -- the gown mixed with bronze or slits Nin LtJeeasarlleAr NIw1.YJw k.onrll.Ar
.-and a member of the American gold threads, many of them dotted with l.JacknarlleArisnp): $12altIA: : I'alstka I Ar 4t': t192upivuc.ttlv.I-Ar: elMtp Set. .-
Mechanical Engineers, is not effective but t :2tAr (Mean I.Y' 4.15 :rhIpAtPenMalta ly :/11'1'/ It wryArttrengrItle pISa
spangles, are
dot .-9' HOTEL D U E a"si'ArlairanRe I.Y' Ilia t2siAt lu..1 l.r l1UII': U 1711ArLake )i.I'nlx e2aa
N classed among the wild eyed vi- : N""IL trimmings for day drtw t>&. 4napArTili.iliel.vtba. !, it tilt Ar Inrylmia' I.rYNetp I5111AfraMoonsl.r: .aa' ,

ueiwho have been amusing the AND OOTTAGES Silk covered moreen petticoats are IIT:s LrJrka'n\1ieAr,feel II Ins CYde1'k..u,Ii'Ar 615p -8\ 1. J..k..Ar- eta) 1
112Mpiv 'anr..rd Arllnat 010 : '' Inlstka Ar 4trp t IUry.I.v I'.nr..r.1 Ar N44,.
He 10 many rear He is an engird SAn.NO, Indian ILivor, Tlorida.tnrated taking the place of heavily lined dress J4'II.y Monroe Artn4115" II ... .. ". .. ::1"1' ItipAt Paula iv. snit.'
high reputation, has perfect con04 skirts the outer skirt now being either :I : (hkland' Lv 11M' : II"I'I.y/ 1I.III..nlll..I.. I4" tM9.Ar/ ]511 It-r. I.v e4.v. I
on the Eau Oallle' River, overlooking the Indian River and the main line of therinrmauiit ,
on a'I'I"r ]Mnvn l.yftIJI\a; 1 Ovals Iv 124:11: allll.Ar Tsvsres 1..t owls
+ in his mountain scheme and is uiMt Kr High.,I,uw accommodation for IItle.t.; vrfect drainage, lark and nhpll unlined and simply] faced, or else silk : I..r 1., 111M" 1114/11' Ar "I..ral" hr tan,
plied with arguments and figures ton tr..k ins, stabling for rhllnll, !.lr"lnt.* and hot'amt ceclin ,. |lawn tennis .court annotlng r.III1't.IM"ta fV.r rowing and aall. or peroaline lined, with no stiffening 10 $t.I'toI.r.J. II :/ ,. .. I Y .s44w. IIwq.Ar IA..h'.1I" I.\ I5nlp ;I'
but ifror \ lo"'lllllhur blll'eto* I'""'' telegraph and M| re MI office In -
that it I is not only practicable, me hotel, Is ltlilnea" y (distance the Atlantic ocean, where Hurt bathlnir I may he In whatever as an interlining .
opportunity for the making ofnl c"lIlCt'tlln. Rates : 5RaU to H3O' per day. Furnished cottajrt, with every iuwKlt.Iv convrnlvnve, Dally t lIal1c"l.t Sunday
'II the Be contemplates a containing B .n,11 ronuia, CUM and $15.eperweek. Address: C T. >tUHKKK.: ]llanJ('''. Fashionable elderly women are this Trains 23 and W carry through lnllnian NurTet flleei.lnp cam Iwtwem N' work and Tanua I
fortunes.l with all modernnaieiices. .. !Harno. Florida season wearing plaids of large site, but Trains III anti :rJ.-TbroIlRhal'lIlh..allllllll..t, BlKcplnjcari: Iwlacen. ('Im.Innatl and Taniga I
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aura provided ------ --- -- in black, with broad bArs of black satin, w B. cornv n. ACRIIRI.Y, I
such as hotels, sauitari- (leneral ;I..telldflht. :ieneral I
satin crossed with velvet and lustrous | aaautror. Agent

,,pavilions, flats, stores, restaurants, HOTEL MELBOURNE HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY corded silks marked with inch wide ____ ___ h _
and stables, from which ajtant ,
bars of mauve, damson or dark gray

to. Christensen's revenue would mountains be derived.as they MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. THE GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT satin. Florida East Coast Railway !
built Homeseekers.lienyoucct Feather boas are as popular as ever,
pictured in the blue print, are Open all the year round. Good FishIng -
I there
I Stop at -__ and the latent novelty is made of tiny
4el 1 and are hollow. They are oov- Hunting and Yachting Rates,
the inside with steel plates, I $2.50 and upwards i tips sewed on to a ribbon not more than FoitMhKIA TlIKJacKsonvllle

1 oo and painted to imitate cave for. Proprietress, Mns L M GAUD. The Lemon City Hotel three-quartf of a yard long and finish

pd and the lower part of the wails ed at the ends with plaiting. of chiffon St. Augustine and Indian River Runway
JCM edged with a feather fringe or full ends
dud with thin layers of real rock. Time Table In Effect No*. 4th, 1HOA.
clusters and lines of meanest JACKSONVILLE'S FIREPROOF HOTEL At Lemon City, the termInus of the of black lace edge.-New York Post
-n are JlJJOTnL GENEVA. Hack Line, on Biscayne Biy; Airy l
lamps arranged on the ceilings jSiMtft011'u 'raryrh w "M''U.. rooms, comfortable beds, good table, South Bound North Bound.STATIONS. .
I if till to represent precious stones, I rallrttTteala". "OUllt terms reasonable.Cy DENOMINATIONAL NAMES.
\" '" \ !
I electric fountains, springs and wa- r i H11 t IMPROVEPtE11Ty.wT11, trc.011r : Good and _N"l, 87 2., I N1ATIlNN: ls..3'l'' 7A. I 21 4. _
till to make the caves complete. ,tm L 13lilt t I[vAY floo".CiA, ", (lfCTIII( neighborhood.flailing hunting the The Buddhists took their name from I.. Jsckanrille. ..' IIIMI a S40 .. ... .. W Yalu, nark rdi 11I1., ..... !
rr" Ass( t \ 1.1 .. .. It W. ... .. .
of the mountains ; ti19t9fz aF Ar NL Auguttle III III. .in' 'Ilt..r. 525 a ''' !
3a outsides are To<4U \ nlARTISTICALLY&ELEGANTLY .,.., D. M CONNOLLY, Prop. Buddha about 000 B C. Ar-1'alrtki:::::-::: 11:0 -- ,il.1 II..IItI""III". .. :IT. u.. '. 5
itd with steel plates, forming pock- FURNISHED: / French named a .. .. .. .. . :I..AI"'I.... .. .. seaam .
Lemon Dade The Huguenots were I.YI..t.I"'a' I
and sizes City, Co., FU. - .\ Ntuart. ...... .. .. ...
i i many different shapes from a French religious teacher named ArRa" Mate .. .. . .. I.Jrnwu. ... .. .. .10a"'I.
: ted and filled]] with soil, in which Special Features of Hotel Geneva : Elegance Hugh. I.! Nan alste.!.. :::I I :Olt hr Edtln: .. .. .. : : 11:13 a 1111, : '' :' : :::::: I
1 pine and fir trees, monnt A1\ "' ."" ... .. .1235 -- Iv Fort 1.\1.' .. 11/10' a m loaia ... .... iIn '
; Slowing ; comfort, and absolute cleanliness. The White Quakers, a Beet founded in ) t<, '.. t 1'1 1.1 MPilaurue I . 2$ t" lapIv
ihrnbbery and wild flowers. The Moderate rates. HOTEL COQUINA : iewNntvrna.: ::: ::: I: ;"Iin. .. "' : : : : :: .II $ : ::1 : :: :::::: :
cf '
iior of these pockets, as well as the 1840, took their name from the color I I.y TIIII..III. .. .. 2: :is 744 1. .. ..1 Lv'eaet. .... .... ,19 1:1: I I' III'i.: .
1 | --- their clothing Lvn-m. .. .. aOT I' SMIS .. .. I.VTiOUVille. .... \III' skip' ... ....
U tam m tides are clad with layers of 'BAT THE TEAR ROUND Ir Fan: 1I.lIle. .. .. 3 47 I II I :Ina .. ...I.Y 1\.w ltntyrn5... .' a lIlt I' i wry' '' ....
Li rocks of different shapes. The Jesuits, or, better "The Sooietjof I., M..IIMrllfi., .. 3/1:1/: lop In I'.)t..na. ,. .. .. .. .'A 11311 I"'I . .. ....
Jesus, was so called by Ignatius AC Fort 1'Ierre. .. awI I'j. II 4:10": Arllrmuod.,.... .. .. 2441''I' .. ... ...
of construction IsJlDUlar -.ORMOND :
scheme # BY.THE-SEA
general 4- I. SC. 7 lit.r. Afl ii ,
to that employed in skyLa Loyola, who died in 1634. Ar W Pain: Ib'a'h;;: ;:, :: : : : : :: :: : :: I.v Nan Metro Mstm :::: :: ::::.I.,'AL1pn.'I=?:

buildings, with the difference l FLORIDA: The Macedonians a sect of Christians A: 1 Slsiks. 441 m =
iawtw centuries led Macedonia HIsrka.::::::. ::: :::1 3MI :: m :
s Tli Christensen has planned one SMIIP rAMll1' in the early were by -- I s

i :tam 1.000 feet high and sur- OPP2QKlESOrBEACHrORAPLAUFl. tif""I s/1TRMA. ru"" the patriarch of Constantinople.The ] ArM I.. lit. A Auguallns."!C"."".' ::Tina:::: 6ai 6 01I'(tai I" .a. .... . .. .

atfd: It with a tower 500 feet highitot UND !11! SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are Cameronians, a Scottish sect, ArJacknmrlile. .. S lea .1111' ._

the caves are the modern cliff were called from their lender] Archibald

:lings! built like the Chicago high I _Special rates Feature, solid comfort.t_Coronado, no_ ostentation: Moderate -, Specialties at Ormond Cameron, who was put to death in 1688. A. & W. Branch.

"i lmg and divided into suitable flats i S3T" For Circulars address The PosHionist Fathers took their
good fishing, good cooking. 1I1'TII lhIINP. 1\\lIITIi IIIIVN".
furnished! with all modern improve-I
name from 8k Paul Francis, better --
i The stories form hotels IITATIIlSK. No 3 "' No' No H'rATHIS.. No a No 4 Ne.r \
I.. upper SEISER & VINING known as !bt:: Paul of tho Cross who
Managers -- -
I.I umtariums, and each story will founded this order in 1737. I. New A iYr ;a'lfll' 744ka/ .. .. IlCltr J".." nI'" Ti: l[::::

I besides elevator connection with IMPRESSIVE GLITTER. ORMOND- THE SEA The Trinitarians, or Friars of the I'Y: Oranwe lake Ratan t'Ity 3'h-I'24411::::1 91175 1' IA. .:. .. :: ICangel'Ity l.ks helm, IA 192115 14a : :.:: ::::.: t

. 1 pound an exit to a burro trail The Metallic Splendor of the Dlplomatle Holy Cross, were also called "The Ar O.tityJmm.' 11'I"4/Ia! / .. Ar Newmyrna 11"1' ::11'1' .. .
I winds: up and down the moun- Corp on New lear'. Mornin
Crotched Friars, because of the crows All train il..ll. Iwlwmn .knonvlllxmiid" Rt AiiKUitlneTrain .
Washington most picturesque feature embroidered on their robesPuxeyites !U and in, wiuth lOr rlt AiiKimtlne, dally exiti't rlumlajrTralni I
':..ere are 24 floors on the highest the diplomatic never gets in- HOTEL CARLETON am: and :lilY ilally ...r"I't Hnmlajr.
I'I corps of Dr between. New and ( Junction I
I :tin! Mr. Christensen are the followers Train. Hmyrna Orange Ity dally except. HunilayTl
planned by to action until the reception at the ,
I'h taion the next highest and lOon al- Pnsey, a reformer in the Church of Eng- i e>e Time Tablet shows the thus ahich train tnair tie *,|pM'tMi to arrive situ < iI'| art from:
White House on New Year's day, Jacksonville Florida. friends and followers the Mf il atatloim I lint their arrival' 'r.dcpsrm-, II I e tines statr4la" not gtt.rsntrrd: nor diesthe
kwst The low mountain contains though the individual members will be land. Pnsey's "are Company hold' Itself ri).I"'bl\l' for any drisy or any, eooseplenlra| arlnlnic thentortn.J .

abet of small caves, to be used formats seen out in society for a month or more also sometimes culled "Trnotariala. H. A IHOTT. JONKIMI lilt IIAKIIN4IN' I'
i stores and stables, and them before the recognized social season At Oono ito A convent is called from two Latin ve 1..I.I..nl. U..n'l l'a.Mllle" Auriil.
1 level with the base for a nata- the New Year's reception however the words, con and venire meaning "to

r a A complete water supply sys- diplomats come out strong, and the pro come together The inhabitants of a
h JNTides for the snbirrigation ofttteU of the foreign convent enjoy some degree of social life
cession of the members
I (, on the mountain sides in legations and embassies from the White >< Under New Management x -that is, they associate with each other. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

I 6, i !trees are planted and furnishes House to the home or hotel of the secretary The Mormons received this name from .

I ;aliprmgs) which unite in streams of state, where the diplomatic all the Year. the book of Mormon, which was claimed Made [for Sandy Soil Having 3 Inch Tread '
down into lake the base.tt Open -> ,
a at breakfast is served is one of the gala by Joseph Smith to be a revelation to

m Express. sights of the year. Many of the population Coolest and most pleasantly] located himself] They themselves reject the

of Washington stay up all night in hotel for the summer montlm. Thoroughly name and call thenicolvm "The ChnrrJi

tot BTua' Busiest Man. order to get a place on the White House refitted 1 and elegantly furnished tf the Latter Day Saints of Jesus

busiest man in Havana is not fence where they may seethe procession Elevator. All modern iinirovenitnU.UATth Christ-St. Louis Globu.Democrat

w 5u Campos, military dictator, as soon as it has been received and :;f:2,50 to *J50 per day. I
cold chap Jose something or oth- pass properly attended to by the president Special by the week and to Commercial II
ltee usefulness in life is of a Men I
the entire organization
1ul After this reception
but definite character His pro- foot for Only hotel that the electric cars pans TURF TOPICS.
and out on
Hues up puts to and from
Ix mil that of vicarious immanent
suffering -
the home of the secretary of state. As John Dickerson will train for Mal
for the editors who offend & LeVENE
the White House groundsin
they pass from colm Forbes nest season.
[foment raiment they are the
-b their gUttering Proprietors.
What has become of Fantasy and her "
same the press censor, especially in Washington and ,
Uons times like these, sees to itHIM worth coming miles to see. The lowliest threatened reduction of the record

Y but loyal stuff and news faClothe attache in the crowd will give cards ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Azote "has a leg," and the chances
Spanish side gets into the and spades to the mont showily dressed are that the great gelding's bout days

I a But now and then some bold drum major in the country and will win are punt ED"VV.A.R.D STXLXN"Grrho -,

:ealu m an insinuation or allu- out with eace. They have gold lace and COLUMBIA HOTEL The cry that the Electioneers] do not mnbor.. llai'tlvvai'o and Paint TOoalor.OOOO.A. .
Iea 'tLICb: 1 the censor skips. If, then, bullion strung all over them, while the stay is but faintly heard in the land

[toss be hauled up in court, as is aigrets, plumes, epaulets, cords, tassels Centrally Located on St. George this autumn. ., Indian: Xl.lxroi', 3T'IjOTl.X3D2FLORIDA \.
h Baly>
be doesn't go himself. Not and ribbons of any cue legation would Monroe Salisbury has not done as well
m*teed he telephones for Jose Such is the effect Street. .
stock a mUliDerYlitore. this season as in any of his former eastern
ptog: or other who generally may of this aggregation of beauty and Overlooking Old Fort Marion and I'ark, campaigns.
**! M a certain corner saloon. American crowd and a full view of the Ocean and BOAT WORKS
1 valor on the great James V Soott, joint owner of John r
breakers from the
t.'I. 'ou editor of El Pais? asks them without the gates that every rolling piazza
gathered the B. Gentry is one of the moat popular ,
in it utters at some time while turf.
'I.at lira- man owners on the trotting
replies Jose. procession is pawing, with contemptuous In France they regulate bone sale West Palm Beach Florida.

i {1-I !r Publish thlsr'l1Iy. emphasis, the remark of which the adventures occurs W, M TEAHEN, Proprietor by law, and a buyer has nine days to

u of teneit in the narrative :It
try his purchase and await development
( In jail" And off to Jail Chimmie Fadden.-Indianapolis
Gas, Electric Behind perfect system of disease.

. 1IIt.. Journal of Sanitary Sewerage A states that the Kentucky CQ 4tr bo
busy he is generallyhis I __ dispatch
114 7$:*Tito times but in more --- Association of Trotting Horse Breeders ==

doll leasons he occasionally O II. VOSb. cleared 115,000 on iu meeting recently = '-3

, tI I ,1Iie indijt to send him up for 15 or held in Leiington.Tb c:> ( ==

,N..... ""tead of 10. Jo e'. regular winnings of Baron Dillon and >
,' Asses for representing journal. INDIAN RIVER Bouncer at the Lexington meeting land "C -

I.r..I ,, )illj H a day them at the top of the list of winning cdEIJ= == :
". been several ld. of the
in the business 4'rear- year. 00

lao 11 a weU known character ine,1TaUer TITUSVILLE, Biagen gets oo official record credit O CX5S > c:::::::

l Wellman in Chicago for bis mile ''A 1:1I.t Bigby park, tx: -g
Baraki Indian IIIvor. Portland Me. Be', still eligible to .- '
...... CI:>> C'aen :
the S 90 elaM trotting.J. .
lzrr XaUMI' Fla. : ==
[, says "The American Msloolin Forbes Is haw. Nancy
1* to have his day at lastmanagers C")
ben of O. H. VOSS, Rinks, the es-qu""n. is a& last surely c;,;) -. CIc :>>
reoeiruthors. -
I am with foal by Anion, and if the producebe ; I
with good
h.'I Datlye supply a filly he ha already] announced his L
" ri Intention of breeding it to BiogenDorsemaa .- "
I I !V*Mitchell, recognized as one of 4s. far a Open All The Year. ,

l teguimate soubrette on therb. 4 __ Doubt haulud out and llopairml at tho lo\vo
s L :H methods are original, wills r GEMS OF THOUGHT.The llKUJ'o Prompt attention givon to Ol'dol'N.Estimators i

rr3s I*** Itar IA the late Kate Castle- _' S=' Only a few minutes'. earliest and oldest and longest given on all klndH of boatn.Agents'for .
"Crazy Patch." walk from Hallway stations
s l r ar ; f I and bteamboat land bas still the mastery of n*.-Oeorge the Celebrated

NOVELTIESt'ea "4$ N P o In,On.. tb. banks of the Eliot Oftentimes excusing' of a fault doth WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.

sets are in colonial and far-famod Indian Rher.UNDmrt. make the fault the won by the ..acaaeShakespeare .

tae designs, and with bright M1. A. T. ROSE.
: i 1 W M111.N1 C ]fl




pretty soon. Highest of all In Leavening Power.Latest U.S.Gov't ReportBaking
The boys at "Angel's Retreat" gave a

For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxlM; dinner party: to a few friends on Thanki
tonnage, 18 a7-100: ; In first-class cone giving Day; the boys are expert coot
tlon. New sails: head-room In ubln. Their chocolate cake Is "out of sight" OV l Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

Kent party or trade boat of her tire on Melbourne merchants should certainly!
the river Price, 40000. ApplyE. to put an ad In the ADVOCATE If they wlih LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE
C. B. Tyndall, WaveUnd: or Cap Increase their business. Hotel lice I Powder
Peter Nelson, Tituiville, Fla., where "he 1 en would also derive much benefit from
I may be Keen. *tf an ad In the pink paper. We have for sale a large list of care

I The Thanksgiving service at the Corgregatlonal ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties.
Notice of Dissolution. church was' well attended;
the Rev George Barnes a fine specie Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast

The partnership heretofore eitstli{ All of Melbourne has enjoyed the sent January, entitled "Our New Magazine," their home In Austria. Canal and Transportation (Jo.CANAL .

under the firm nameof Rlcou A RicharcIn of meetings he has been conducting a pantomime Mrs S. II. Thurston ha been 111 from
this Oth day of November, A. D. 180" ;;, here. Rev C. F. Blackburn Is expecting to pneumonia at the residence of her sot: LAN'DS.Florida .
I dissolved, by mutual conll nt.I to go the conference this month. We Mr. D. W. Thurston, Rosevllle, N. J.t Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway i c,,,
I Signed : Coronado Beach. hope he will be returned to his people but Is now convalescent She Is expwl Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment <.'o
K. n. Ricou. b re. Both the reverend gentleman and ed soon at Atlantic with her sister, Mn and other Low Priced Lands.

I W. F. RlCIIABDI his estimable wife are greatly esteemed J. P. Barton, of Zanesvllle\ O. a.tonoy: : 'to Loan .A.1"OVays on. HaiAt ;
I Fishing Is all the go at the bridge DOW, her by the whole community who wish From less than an acre of land here, UO Ten per cent, in turn to utt.
I and no matter how inexperienced IOU them well wherever they go. In MiCbas. .
bushels of are sight. Selected
egg plants Price List of Carefully Properties.
for Descriptive
be to have A Write
i Indianola. may you are The Thanksgiving: service at the M. E. Creech, the mall carrier for thl
i couple hundred from pounds New of Smyrna sheephead caught In two on. church was tparoely attended. Th place, Is the owner and producer of tbl. Titusville. Florida.
good people of Cocoa and vicinity evidently exhibIt Residents of this place are Indebted
Mr. J. O. Martin entertained a part morning; while a guest at Coronad read the president's and govern '' to him for giving: ; such a gennln
of friend at dinner, Tuesday. eaughr ten beauties\ an hour. or's proclamations; "Return thanks at advertisement as to the remarkable productlveness Examine Prices. Cn/
A special meeting of the Indlanot The sands have been strewn with i a dinner table" rather than at church- of the soil along the east sld Call and my

Social club wa called by the presides great many large boards or planks tha "for turkey" rather than "mercies." of the Banana river.
have most likely, come from \' lIICI.caught .
on Monday night, to make arrangement Cocoa Is waking up after a Rip Van
In the high winds of the last few
menti for the Christmas dance. days. They are soon appropriated by; Winkle nap. The ladies have organized Fort Pierce. SIMON HAMBERG

Ere this goo to press, Mr. J. D. Gr<- those who know a good thing when the a Village\ Improvement society, and with _
ther will hare taken unto himself a wlf< see It.Mn.. It combine a publio library, advancement Mr. Joe Fisher paid a flying visit to
Wednesday Dec. 4th, at St. Johns Epli... along the line of art education, and to Titusville\ last we k. (Successor to Oeo. B. Rumph.)
copal church Jacksonville, he mania Van Etler, who was for year procure, compile and file a history of the
Miss Jeanette Chapman. with the Windsor and Duval,of Jackson Indian River country. Merritt and Mr. A. J. Lewis Is at Juno, this week, TITUSY1LLE MELBOURME JENSEN WEST PALM BE
rllle, as housekeeper, has been secure* Rockledge Join In the good work. The attending court. ,
Fife of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is at for the winter
Capt. by the Coronado hotel organization wa effected by electing
the winter. He I. Mr. T. J. O'Brien Is at Palm BeacIlse. will be found a first-class stock ofGents' ----
for -
tyV. Bergman A'e feel assured that she 111'11prove\ i a S. W. Moore, president Mrs. W. Where
-Expecting his family and a party of reasure; there as she did wherever .he< O.[ Patterson, Cocoa vice-president; Mrs. this week, attending court.
Shoes Hats
Goods Fun
friends soon, who will spend the winter baa been. R. C. May Rockledge vice-president, The trade boat Norma Capt. McLean, Furnishing Goods Dry ,
at the Indlanola house. Cleveland here Wednesday
and Miss Merritt viceprelllarrived
Florida will'\ have a great many guest
The annual Thanksgiving ball wa' a care for this winter, from the looks o.hlngs. I dent; Miss Ellen Wilson, secretary; the The Rev. )Ir. White held services hen -- -S5S3 AND MILLINERY

well attended. Among the visiting ladle : It takes more than a freeze to treasurer and corresponding secretary last Sunday In the Methodist church. All at Lowest Cash Prices
were Mrs. Wilkinson's two charmln; keep people from our sunny land, when yet to be elected. Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs. Sy: GROCERIES AT MELBOURNE. !
daughters, the Misses Breeze\Magrude hey may spend most of the time out of Patterson and Mrs. Taylor were appointed Some fine egg plants were shipped A fine line of Mattings and Carpets at astonishingly prices. A few
and Daisy Ilardee, all \edge. ioors among the pines and flowers, In a committee on constitution, which from here recently by Messrs. F. Tyler Carriages below cost. Give me a trial-will treat you right all along the In
Is favorably itead of battling with blizzards and mop will be presented for adoption at the and H. Harvey. will at Titusville\ ; J. R. Walker at Melbourne. rkj: .
Mr. A. C. Storm very next meeting, on Friday, Deo. 6th, at the S. II. Ray serve you
Orleans and write itorms.' Mrs. Platt presented the doctor with I a and Geo. E. Coon at Jensen.
pressed with New residence of Mrs. A. A. Taylor. The Miller at West Palm Beach,
that, from a business point It compare Mr. Frank Sharp, of Hotel Geneva, are very enthusiastic, and much fine boy on Monday. We are glad to lay;
well with New York. Judging from the Jacksonville, will\ be down this week to ;cuds will be accomplished. Already both mother and child are doing nicely.

amount of business transacted there In i a tee how his Coronado hotel Is looking there Is talk of observance of Arbor Mrs. S. A. Bell and daughter, MIsi !
day, the hard tiroes, so far, have had Ye can promise him a peep at some of Day Lily, returned from their visit to Pain Fred S. Chaffee &
very little effect on the city. Nature's decorations on the walls of the Ueach, both very much recuperated It'

No Items from Indianola last week,not hotel, namely, sea oats, palmettos, holly, Roseland.health for their short stay
for want of material, but because Ye I etc., which are gracefully scattered herInd Barnes held Eplxcopa
The Rev W. C. {
Scribe being of a quiet and domestt seaside there inn, giving" an artistic effect to the< Miss C. Cain Is visiting relatives In services here last Sunday afternoon i.. FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE, F
turn of mind was entirely overcome by; Vero. Owing to the Inclemency of the weather Registered Pharmacist.
the Thanksgiving festivities and oblige fI I cannot resist quoting a few lines from there was a small attendance.
to retire far from the "madding crowd tureen Smith's hymn to the flowers : Strawberries are In blossom and potatoes A Complete Assortment of
to collect lil. thoughts and digest tbe are being dug. There was a festival Saturday evening
In the iweet-ncented plitaret, heavenly artist at the school-house aid of the Christmas .
j turkey. M lib whlib, thou i>amte.t \ature'a wideprea< No frost here but considerable worry tree for the children. We were -f# PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sid
What Is this! new freak on the of hall from the cold wave. out. dollar
fart H hat a dellirhtf ul lesson tbou linpartest.. glad to see so many Thirty !
j the president and secretary of the Of lure 10 all. Our railroad tank Is again In order, were collected. Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude.
close the club house at 3
Social club to --- --
ola --
Sot iineUiw an ye,flower, but It required several days' work. ---- --- -
the end of 24 l.inces, no matter who Slough made fur jilemure' ; and careful attention to all mail orders.
the hour Ixf "M.in, proud man,clothe llwiuiInK o'er nalil auU war, by day and night Mr. Denny, who, has been spending yWe give prompt
with a little brief authority, like an rruutevery auresyour sanction bids uie treu leveral days In Melbourne has returnedto $30 000
t angry ap ', phys such fantastic freak ure. hamlets delight. Erclldoune, bringing his wife with -o- = Yfe want your trade. Give us a 1
before high heaven as make angel; Were I.n Owl,In churchless hand remaining, d m. J
rr.r from all vole of teachers and illrlnei,
weep." My' soul would find In Bower. of thy ordalulnirIesuserw"n.sunnes. Mr. Amsden's launch, Daimler, hasbeen Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies Pelf

I Mrs. O. W. Schujlcr' gave a progrcsslvi laying In the Sebastian river for TO LOAN Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
euchre party, Monday night.! The spa several days, receiving a coat of varnish -
clou parlor was decorated with palm -The ADVOCATE don't coat you three

and evergippns. Ton games were played ;cnts per week, postage Included, whei Atlantic. On Titnsville Property at B.Groceries L. BR.A: :o"Z'"
Mr. Oeo. Nories won the first prize i aken by the year ,
large rut-gUns: hottlu of perfumery-am
J. U. Martin, Jr., the booby-a box of Prof. Cory's houseboat passed Atlantic /! 0 T oi' CCIlt.i Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertil
Lucie River.
sardines; and a very appropriate prize I I It St. Sunday I on her way to Canaveral Apply to J. B. CORDERO, ,
was too, for It Is Indeed a poor Karelin*' club house. the Attention of the People of Indian River to,my /block .or
I call
who can win nothing' but the booby Itoom 27, Indian River Hotel,
The guimts were sewed with dellcloui! Fishing Is quite lively now, especially S. II. Thnrston. the artist has been Titusville Fla. tuple Ac l jiney O-i-ooorien"" 1A!
t Ice cream and cake Prof. Ncbiiyltir all.11 in, the St. LuUe Ulver. busy painting, anti will not go north this
"*<>me of his pupils kindly furnishet We have been having some very re- icason. And Food
) music for those who wlslifd. to Unco. reshlng showers lately; just what our Mr. John Carson and son have nearly I 3f All Kinds. Also My Stock of

rockers want. Inished two neat cottages. One is for / Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed )I
I Canton's ,
Mr. John duigliter. ,
truckers have atarte.1lIh1pl'lng
Banyan.Mr !Some of our
Ground Food and Wheat.
and In a few days nearly all ol Mr. Irving Ingrabim writes that he rflhioors. h It E
viciecallin our farmuis will bo shipping vegetables, and his wife expect to upend some time I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in t
Snell and III
J. T. family ) close and will sell clobe. I invite your corrcBpomtt
it, Atlantic, and that their fine yacht, > I buy ,
on friend lu Banyan <>n Sunday after The Kev. Mr. Householder held divine he: Bristol will not remain Idle during JACKSONVILLE FLA youl patronage. Very truly ... .....
tcrnoon. tervlce In the M. E. church at Stu.tits on 33. L. Dn
the coming season. They are now at
Thanksgiving Day to a very large con-
The MUses Beanie and Laura Honotoi --I -
legation. ----- --
[ -- -
mere Uniting\ their winter, Mrs. Mc.Mil\ -
l Ian Ibis week. The Rev. Mr. Frlpp held divine servco -
I Mr. C. T. Harper and his slitter, Mix \he rain at Waveland he could l not on Sunday.get across Owing the rivet to :BEAR IN :MIND .. .. .. .. DUREN & FEASTE

Mattie, of Bonaventure, came down' tithe to htuarts to hold service at that pica'
ball and icmaiued over until ,Sun In the evening. -= THAT I AM NOT OUT OF BUSINESS.

day.We Now Is the time for Indian River and' Stock Choice Assortment of High Grade H.
are pleased to note that Mr. Francis Leggett

r Thurston has lecoverod from the attacl rood, and the ADVOCATE Is one of thee Wines Whiskies Brandies Cigars Tobacco Etc
of pneumonia, and hopes soon to letim t mediums on the East Coast to adeitUu ,
i to her sunny home at Allantlc-by-the in. Just try It. Fine Grocel i( He
Sea. Her sinter, Mrs. Barton, will no- :Mail Orders Filled Promptly
Mr. < W. bcobie, of Titusville, was
her. >eo.
company dllu here last week, looking after the .4.'t COCOA FLOf: IDA. Fruits' and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all
R. C. Creech shipped four barrels of IIlIh lmslne. lie came down In hi
v egg! plants to Chicago) taut week by tin' naphtha launch, andlnaile the run from Yours at Command,
j Southern Express Co., and the charge 'itusville In 17 hours. CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE -
were fO.tI.I! ( ; on them. The eight of tin .1- D. CT ,A. 3i3.
I four bbl. could not have been over 4U( ) rr Agents for Williams\ & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders

)lbs. How is that for charging ? Cocoa.This roost
Very Truly, 3DVLron. ct)
There a large attendance at tin
was The "DECANTER.9' -- ---- -
ball at Tropic last Friday evening. tall: cold accelerates peiloitilanin. >....
8. WILBIK Pratt. 8 O.
Melbourne Giant, Donaventure,
Uillie: .
I.otua, Brantley and Banyan were all *### Lesley & Renaker, PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO'
well lepreitented. The evening Wail cool There Is talk of organizing a home

and dancing was kept up until\ 12 o'clock ilnntrt'1 troup. _
Messrs. Robert Smith and I' A. Me( ;Mil
Ian furnished music for the occasion The La.
Everyone seemed to enjoy themsvlvei In the good cause. extern Whiskies: Lincoln County, Tenn., Sour Mash, Echo Springs, Edge Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed I

very much. pun Stranger our streets.are putting In an appearance water, Belle of Nelson, W. H. McBryer and A. Keller's Bourbon Whiskey. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring 40l10'> '
umber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tank "> i
.Melbourne.Mr. Mrs. S. O. Wade Is expected to return vstom.:: fvrxca. ""Wostorrv Ityos. and Scroll
made as called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings Turned
Oleander Point ,
her home at
to grove and brand of Wines Brandies, Rums, and Gins,
Also Domestic Foreign <'II!
oon.. IpeCilltj. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many year
Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout A flrst-cU line of Cigar,
Gilmore, of Jensen has been visiting The ringing of the numerous bicycle and Pool Tn b1os. 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the ;oo.and ]jj
In Melbourne for a week. tells make merry roiulo these lovely Billiard building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable tenO-
The Rev. W. C. Barnes has been al venings. :.r A well ,uPllIelllunch Counter, Meals, etc., to order. Oysters In season. he most satisfactor manner Call and see us before purchasing eUe wH'
Commodious apartments over our saloon: for \he accommodation of lodgers.Zf So
Jensen and Fort Pierce for a few days. The Veteran Is loading at the railroad Correspondence and Patronage
and careful attention
and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt
of Fort Pierce, was In town doek with a cargo of lumber, and wi 1 ,
FUTb -
Mr. Tyler, given to mall orders. LOSLEY & KEXAKt.it Titusville -- -- -
I last week visiting Mr. M. 0. Ellis. 1111 Thursday for Biscayne Bay.

Many strangers are seen on our streets,, Rev. Householder was In town last LUMBER j
altough the season Is scarcely opvn.Mrs. .eek and conducted service at the M. E.
Lurch on Friday evening.
Ely has had her cottage on Melbourne
re-painted. Mr. N. As yet there 1* not much stir among i
Downey had the contract.We our merchants about CbrUtmas. Old 8'e'eI --==- And House Building Mat.
anta is rheumatic la the pocket book :
hear rumors of a minstrel show

soon, all to local building talent a, town the proceeds ball. to hadevoted tbl.Miss year.Emma Dart wither spend her Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime Cement, Nail i iBUl'lders'

holiday vacation people ataitland. ever..tI.I:
Mr. Willis Campbell Is having the The school is progressing .Indian River I*very attractive at this point, .iiUniliJ ft hin u Th land.1a >|' rUM; Hardwa In fact: a complete stock of nirnol. !
Bellevue hotel nicely painted; the lawn ilrly under her efficient Instruction.The adapted to Flcesi.des and other Fruits,and I*iuaud al Aakona. just north ol th eolobratedloruuui In building a house. Estimate
tennis court, etc., are la perfect condition. liniv Th J., at A. & I. K hr ni.*through: th* pro|xrty, making ladies' Parsonage and Home Mlon *. ue.urlwusd. For particular,adilrw tM owner Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lakei
society will give an oyster supper AKTIU'K D PERKINS' Mw Cwt >
Charles McBride Is doing quit an extensive on Tuesday evening December 10th; in -- -- -. --- ----- -- - :::r Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.Warehouses I'
business In fresh meats, ham, rooten's store building, for the M. L'' at Titusville Eau Oallu tie i

sausage attentive.Mr. etc.. and Is always obliging and lurch and coffee.south;From price,6 35cU.' ,including m. until cake Xmas Presents Xmas Presents G. F. PADDISON, >Y1." !

invite{ OALUt-
all are served. All are EAU
re-gained -
O. B. Rumphhaa possession DON'T Buy, don't send off, until you see our $1,500
of his store at this place, and The singers have organlred themselves line of Jewelry and :Silver -
stock of fresh
new, up-to-date
will bring bis family her to>> reside. W* Into a choral society and are studying :Novelties. Ordered especially for TltusvllU and the Said the "Advocate" some of Jo|
are clad to welcome them. the cantata of "BaUbniar's council i bythe Xmas trad Will be on sal at C'baffee's Drug More, your
The "!lard Times" dance at the new laU O. F. Hoot. The has Titusville, Fla.

warehouse their was old' clones by and all\was; everyonewore happy donated and they the are use making of Its fine room progress.for their They use tMT//0Vr: BROS., Printing orders and you will be sail

We hope the boys will'\ "do some more also; have an entertainment on foot for j t