Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00165
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00165
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries We do all kinds of job woik at this By If you need any job piintlng, we I I It Is piobablo that the Octagon Reading AMONG THE HOTELS. MIf

send to F. W. Bkehs, St. Augustine office. Give us a trial order. shall bo pleased to get a sluuo of it. I ISEENTHE Club will be re-oiganlzed at an j

Knd Topics of General Interest.Butoty Fla.Mr. early date.In .
]ou want a fine piece of liotrl prop- t
Divine service will bo held at St.Gabiiel's WARDROBES and oxtcnsi will renders road nd. Mrd and Hlino
writing ad vet Users, our on page, drop a [
and General Gossip In connection E. C. Caldwell, of City Point, Episcopal chuich, on Sunday on tables; lookers, bath tubs ? oblige us by mentioning the Advocatk to tho owner. Col. Aaron A. I>o- IHgrauw

Mrlth Blacayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, spent the holidays in town. morning at 11 and evening at 7.Mr. Uakd.nru & Wai.kkk.Mr. ? Oak Hill, Flu. t jMJUT"

Hbanana Hind and Halifax Rivers, Key Went Land Commissioner J. K. Ingraham and Mrs. F. M. Brown, prominent We beg-to acknowledge receipt of Wo have some fine viows of our I (H
all other Important Point* along:the has New Yorkers, are at the Inn, Palm E. L. Barnes, one of our Plymouth Canaveral East Coast hotels whUh will bo
ducks fiom the eto.
Aant been down In Dade county this six lino yesteiday, fl
: Coast of Florida. Brief mention ofHftntereatlngr |
Beach, vthero they usually spend the (Mass.) subscilbers has arrived ut .u
week. Club members, who have our best forwarded to any part of Canada or the M
Kvent* from Various Part* winter. Port .
thnnks for same. United States upon receipt of a two-cent sL |
HBf ,
the World) About People You Know Archdeacon B. T\ Brown has been vMr.
Mr. Thos. Taine of St. Lucie W. R. Knox left here Wednesday stamp to postage. f LW |
IMnnd Yon Don't Know Picked returned chef pay
People attending the Home Mission committee E. P, Pot genornl manager
| wp by Onr Society Killtor and a large st af fHftf at Orlando this week.By home on Monday after a pleasant for Ameilcus, (lit,, to placo his sun, of tho I. R. A L. W Pineapple Growott.' The Casino, Miami, of the Floilda mbH

Correspondent* soattsred along; the stay of a few days with Judge and Walter, in school.Mrs. Association, went to Davtona, yesteiday, Enat Coast Hotel System, is now open. P |

Vfeut Coast of Florida.K3T JERSEY COWS For Sale; Florld.iraised. Mrs. M. S. Jones, at Sunbeam.Bievard M. L. Coleman, of Wyckoff, N. to join his wife and family.J. Oen'l. Supt. C. B. Knott, of the Flor- (H
Write Fiunk i "
to Clarkson, Board of Publio .1. the callers at
County was pleasant
Jacksonville Fla. 4Supt. among A. Daughtiy (ool.), the shoemaker Ida East Coast Hotel System, pnsseil I H
If receive of Instruction had their usual this oflico .
you a sample copy monthly on Tuesday.Mr. whoso actions have been rather through here yesterdav, on his way to [ tHMiami.
lie Advocate it is Intimation that this week. The principal business
B an A. W. Buie, cf the I. R. & B.B. meeting Robt. Hanson arilved In town strange lately, wns sent off yesterd ly toa j HMr.
would give us pleasure to add your I. N. Co. has been business done, wo are ifnormod, was the after visit to his wife luiiiillo asylum In (Jeotglii. Ills father,
on a trip yesterdav, paying a Itoht. will be 1 M
Hnme to. our fast-increasing list of subHBrlbers. payment of bills.Mr. Murtay soon leaving (
to St. Augustine and Jacksonville this and atCumivcial. whornmo bote u few days accompanied
family ago,
It does not cost you three New Yoik fur St. Augustine, to get the f B
Hants per week (postage included) when week. S. N. Gladuin, after.spending Government Hull and Holler Inspectors him. Hotel Ponce do Leon In reudlness for | M
the holidiys with'his family and improving
Hnken by the year, and it can be sent to Mr. N". W. Battenfleld and wife, of the of his, residence Vogel and Sponoor vteiu passengeison Among the down-ilver people in the opening. | H
H/au in of the United States Delaware O. Kitday's appoarance southbound tiain.A town this week weie: Dr. (1. W. Holmes,
any part orMbanaUa were p without extra southbound train route to their City Point dipt. W. il Shaipo. Mmrpes;
en ;
expense.Ir 4th Hotel and the HPliza
on Tuesday.Capt. new lot of palmetto fibre is being our page Magnolia jjf
winter home at John Waller, Ankona; Dan E. Miller,
1 H
hotel ,
ht Augustine. They came
laid at the south end of Washington ,
l Titus of Mr. II. M. Flagler's Bay View Wm. Ticutler, Eau Gallic;
THE ADVOCATE, and other streots in that ; too late foi classification in this Issue. K HU.ioni
P. Collins, of Xew York, passed Rteam yacht Alicia, was a passenger onTuesday's avenuo vicinity. J. V. Wooten, Cooou; J. II. Sams,
tjoftl.50 per annum, in advance. through here Friday last on his toRockledge Piovost Lotus. ( loik Fied C. of Hotel X H
way southbound tiain, on his way The members of St, Gabriel's Guild Courtenay; C. D. King,
L X'fcl.OO* six months, to take cliaige of the telegiapb to Palm Beach, to take charge, as usual, will meet at tho residence of Mis. Roswell tobacco inTltiisvillo Point lami, has gono on a slioit visit to A HHavana.

M $2.00 per an. to foreign countries.m ollico for the I. O. T. Co.Hon. of the Poind ma's fleet of boats.Mr. Coleman this (Friday) afternoon. Why not t This stat t Is a undoubtedly fuctoiy a good We hopo he will have ns good m Hn
timo ami Guiaves. i H
notice ads. ten cents W. II. Newschafer, of New R. W. Rhodes has this week removed Judge M. S. Jones and exTreasurorA. distilbutlng point for tho establish men tof as Mauageis Stony ,
Eperiine JgET" on this are Yoik, and his ft lend, Mi. W. I'nylor, ofMoriistovm his office fiom the north side of T. Feaster have been spending a one, nnd tliete is not much doubt but The Floilda House, St. Aiigustlno, H H

page.JW N. J., were passengets onFiidiy's his stoie to the west end, which is a couple of days or so In Jacksonville this that It would prove a paying Investment under tho joint management of Messrs. * |

iNever fail to read our inside tiain for the New RockledgeHotel. better position for it. The work has week.B3PBOOKS. to anyone who has tho vnteipilso to take Skills nnd Palmer, opened for the seasou <' M

find pages.jYouwlll to inJtercat been very neatly done by Mr. J. T. Davis. the st heme In hand. tho firkt of the week. The hotel H
always something -
CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assoitment bus been thoroughly lenovatcd. !
you.iTTtf iy AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, all Among the plensant callers at our at Screven's Stoie k SB****
Drug ,
kinds, Plovet, jr., Plows, etc.. Axes, office on Saturday last were Attorneys Titusville.Mr. WHAT OTHERS THINK OF US.Tami'A Mannger Jos. P. Gi eaves has this week t M

* '.-' If you have a house, rooms or anything Hatchets, etc O. A. Worley and Gordon It. Broome, been entertaining his filend, Manager kHB

{ else to advertise, now is your time G. F. Paddison Co., Eau Gallie, Fla. of Miami, who were on their way toOiiando and Mrs. F. A. Moignn have Bay Hotki Geo. C. Uoldt, of the palatial Waldorf. I H
;< to' do it. Do not wait until the winter to attend to some law business.By given up housekeeping in tho Hall cottage AntDtia hotol, New Yolk, at hotel Al- )p season is over. Miss Myra Washington, of Jacksonville and are now comfortably ensconced Tampa, Fi.a., January 1, 1808. St. Augustine. IS H
> ''iMBlpS who lias been on a very enjoyable STEWED OYSTERS AND HOT at>Mrs. W. N. Hendry's. tmtian
visit to Miss Myra Williams of Rock Editor Iiher AduveaUi : Quite a largo delegation of tourists m B
at Gruber AGriggs'
PANTS 75c SHIRTS 25c hats Coffee Saturday
; eveiy
Lesley & Motlow aie having tho defective arrived at the Inn, Piilm Ileaoh Monday [D Hnight.
ifywCOo; chains, $1.00. Gardner & Walker. ledge, returned to the metiopolis on Denr Sir: reimlt me to congratulate ,
Sunday last.Mr iluo in tlieii building put In good Tltiisvillo and also the citizens of Florida The number of guests now ut til 1
Itt4 The attention of our readors in this order, so as to lesson the danger of Hie, in the Indian Rivkii Advocation this hostelry is said to bo much much ''JH M
| &t 1flT. W. J. Ragan, of Tiopic, was in and Mis. C. B. Merrill, Tropic, state is drawn to the new a*, of the In that instance, at least.Brevard having, journal that Is doing so much ; thnn at a eonospondlng period W Himt
to vrn. Monday. came to town on Saturday last, and Co. Mills UH
| up Claike Lumber Oiange near IndiiHtitallsm and real I season, which outlook is Indeed
after paying a visit to Mims, returned Palatka, Fla., on our 4th page. Thoir County Commissioners had for progress. for this W'' HMannger
fltfr. and Gibson of RoseMsdi ad mil able encouraging season.
Mrs. Quinn We thoir usual monthly meeting this week. have read with in.must your
home on Monday night's steamer. is N. S. Soabieoze
East Coast agent Dayton, -
{ gave us a short call on Monday. acknowledge a pleasant call.Mr. Fla.Mrs. The pioceedings of tho Iioaid will be edltot Inls on the National Fishery Congress Henry W. Merrill piwsed I l

3,' >XmHr. J. O. Walton has been spending published In our next Issue.Vlceprosldent which will assemble at Tampa on through Tltiisvillo, Monday, en route to 1 H
James M. Codman, president of A. W. Sweet and mother Mrs. UHh of the month. Flotilla's *
in Jacksonville and the present Miami, whuio he has guild to get his j H
//theTpjveek St. Auguatin J. R. Pariott of the
Canaveral Club, arrived heie from Boston Walker, returned to town last Sunday richest, beiltage are her water fauns; hotel the Royal Pulm In readiness for ; 1
| *. on Satuiday afternoon last, and next a pleasant stay at Eau Gallic, diir- F. E. C. Ry., has huen up in M line this their development 111 add millions the opening day, which will bo on H 1 l

WyS&ajor H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, morning boarded the club's steamer, en fiom the Xmas holidiys. Mrs. Sweet woek, having been suddenly called to youly to thoStato of Floilda. As an Wednesday next. Mr. Met till has been Ii lat

j"waa In town Monday, and gave ouf office route to the club-house at Chester lesumed her position in the Titusville that cold region by the sad news of the educational feature In this direction, every the Ctuwford House, White Moun's< l

la short call.jlTtAMr. Shoals. public school the following day.Mr. death of home his to-moi uncle.row.Mrs. Mr.. Patrott Is expected citl/.on of Mot Ida living near the tains, N. II., dining the past summer. l! |
lake river who can attend
II. M. Flagler will probably arrive' Reader, whether you are In this and Mrs. Gottlieb Muhlhauser ocean, a or should endeavor todo The Intel lor of the spacious and elognnt B
<| 1 the fact that the best hotels on this who have been sojonfiiug? for some so'nn next.VSpounty .
Wednesday Ulnclnnatians, weie on Doara sunday's many of our noilhotn subsciibors has B
nil water products of value to oxhlbitAt -
coast are advertised on our 7th page. southbound train on their way to weeks at Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, undergone moio adornment, nnd Messrs. fsTasB
Treasurer John Henry spent Just (urn to 7 and take a look at Inn wheie passed through Titusville, Tuesday, enloute this congtess. Patties seeking H
Beach J
page the Palm they expect Anderson A Price, the malingers, are V
friends business
of so.with atI Holds for -
a couple days or ads. to Palm Beach, to spend the balance now profitable
the to remain some time.Mr. working like Trojans to get everything jK HIn
well their attention to
Fqrt Pierce recently.r'r of tho winter at the Inn. may turn
Two prominent lumber merchants T. Jefferson Coolidge, a member water farming, tho products of same ate shlp-ahnpe for the opening day Jan. ( mTH
U-County Clerk A. A. Stewart left T. J. and T. L. Clarke of the Orange of Canaveral Club and vice-president of The steamer Delia, of the I. R. ifc B.B. not elTected by diouths nor frost.Wltli lotli. We understand the application 'V l

I here/' yesterday, for Bonaventure, toI Mills Lumber Co., were passengers for the Oregon Short Lino Railroad, of Boston I. N. Co., In command of Capt. J. S.Matheson bust wishes for the success of for rooms Is largely in excess of that at WHII

I view liis orange grove.K Fort Pierce on last Friday's train. They with a party of fi lends, passed left hero last Saturday night your journal, and that the citizens of this time list yeat, and the Indications yf Haie

$4-Mr. Jas. r. Goldsmith, of Rockledge, returned Sunday, saying they had sold through Titusville, Mondiy, in the Wagner for White City, to engage in the fielght- Florid t will fully appreciate Its magnificent that the popular Ounond will have ftt H

LjspWnVa short time in town with his )I their lumber yard at the latter place.Mr piivate car Idler, to Palm Beach. carrying business between that point worth for their betterment, I am, tho most btllllant and prospeious season ,, ". JE Hin
V family the first of the week. and Stuart, at which latter place she dear sir, Truly yours, Its history. Of couiso, a good doal of K"r' ST'bM
and Mrs. Henry Perkins, of The Titusville publio school, after will make connections with the St. Angustlpe. T. T, Whioht.A Hotel Ormond's success Is due to the H

$ Mr. G. S. Garvey.oneof Rockledge's Grand Rapids, Mich., aie among the allowing its scholars a two-weeks' vacation untiring success oMts genial managors. ftf l

prominent pineapple growers, was in"town jovial guests now sojourning at the Palmetto for the enjoyment of the Christmas
Mr. R. C. has bocn J. G. Bast, of the Indian l
Scrimgoour just Manager M
art of Monday and Tuesday. house, Daytona. They are regular and New Year's festivities, re-opened,
mounting for the members of Canaveral Jacksonville merchant writes us as River hotel, Titusville, by invitation of ItILH
!< them the
so at Eau Gallie, returned to2his city, and all are glad to see attendance and the children generally (man-of-war) bird, hooded morgnnsor balance account. It was my Internumto St. Augustine last evening to spend a 'iff 1

Winter Park home on Tuesday., again. well as ,the teachers, seem to have, duck, ruddy duck, purple galllneau, and remove my ad. from the Advocate few days at the ostrich farm ami head- SftviHipiarters
sail and launch as The birds look remarkably columns at the end of the your to cut of the Royal Ituckhoiinds Hunt M
W (JMinty Surveyor J. O. Fries, after The fine naphtha benefited somewhat by the brief, but two snipe. gft
,iaa absence of a week or so in DeLand E. M. G., owned by Capt. Ernest Good- pleasant period of suspension from their true to life, and reflect great credit down expenses; but having received a Club, at Courtenay, Merrltt's Island. T' l
tand Orlando,' has returned to town.J all, of Sanford, Me., left here at eleven studies.Capt.. on Mr, Scrlmgeour's skill as a taxidermist largo older from Key Wear, I wrdte and This unhiue resoit Is expected to beppen &, M
o'clock on Sunday morning last, for The Solon goose and frlgato bird ask oil the name of tho paper In which for tho reception and entertainment of !fj H

J Pf, .Jfiss Myra Williams, of Rockledge, Daytona, where Capt. Goodall's parents and Mrs. C. G. Longueuil and are very rare in this section. the buyer saw my ad. His reply was: Intho its members by the 1st of Feb. Doctor ftlH

Elaine up to town, Monday, and left next reside. On boaid were the owner and Miss Dawson, who have been enjoying pink paper of tho East Coast/ This Douglas a member of the club whe> > >mfl

gunornlng for Winter Park to attend Messrs. M. H. Fogg, C. P. Brown and the beautiful scenery around BirchwoodPittochry The Advocatk, Saturday afternoon is satisfactory to me; so please continue left for South Africa several weeks ago, m M

School.IK W. II. Go wen.Mr. Scotland, during the summer last, had the pleasuio of having in its my ad. for six months longer. Your will return early In March with a nun- v ST Bdred
Jacksonville the end sanctum for an hour or so the following rather but pink "Buck- f H
months, arrived in rates fire high, your or more ostriches. The JTJ
-Our colored barber, II. S. Mead or, and Mrs. Walter Goodyear, after ladles ; Mesdames Wm. M. Brown, L.A. "
of last week, and are now sojourning at paper service is good. hound* Inn," with all Its adjuncts, suoh Mlas
aokjunto himself a wife,. Wednesday spending a couple of weeks or so atRockledge the New Rockledge Hotel, Rockledge, Brady, J. O. Walton, It. W. Rhodes, When you wnnt good results, always dining booths, social, nitislo and dano- W MIng
Bkht. have life of blissful
May they a left for their New York home M. E. llenlon and Itoswell Coleman. Of
at which hostelry the captain has been a advortise In tho Advocatk.MATTINGS pavilions, bicyclo track, polo and bL" M
( jtantment.HHBOranges. on Monday. They own a deal of property guest duiing the past throe winter. course, such a bevy of sprightly matrons golf fields, tennis and hand-ball courts, *? B

were received in TitusvilleiHBUrday on Indian River, including orange The many fi lends of tho above party are did not necessitate very strenuous efforts WINDOW SHADES, with its Immense" shooting nnd fishing:

from the grove of Mr. Tom groves. Mr. and Mrs. Goodye.ir's numer- glad to see them on Indian River again. on our part to keep thorn entertained truoks, shoes; some at half pi Ice.Gakdnkk preserve, will bo it r.e-plun-uUra at- 3 F>'B
which our friends were glad to see them atRockledge (they are such adepts themselves), and % HHotol
MBBjers, Courtenay, were not atiHHnjured & Wai.krr.A traction for sportsmen. j ,
by the recent cold where they bad not been in Miss Louise Powe, after spending a our task (?) was, therefore, a light
snap.IHBTraffic about five years. few weeks at Rockledge, viewing her and, we might add, an' exceedingly Plsxa, Rockledge, whose advt It

Maniger J. P. Beckwith and fine orange grove, passed through here, pleasant one. We regret that these Vnluahle Opportunity. will be found on our 7th page, Is now fBreaily
Krlit Agent W. J. Jarvis, of the F. Senators Quay and Vest wore passengers Sunday last, en route to Aurora, N. Y., members of the fair set wero disappointed to receive guests. Mr. Peck, the Hii l

HH R'y., returned to the Ancient City, on list Saturday's northbound at which place she holds a very prominent In regaid to seeing the bicycle For sale In Daytona, the prettiest and manager, passed through Titusville. IPftH

HHerday, from a trip down the line.E train, on their way to Washington duties. to attend position as director in the art depart races, for"which purpose they repalicd, best tourist town on the East Coast of Sunday last, on his way home, and he EfVBB

E HtMrs. E. P. Porcher and three chil9Hh to Their senatoiial well They alter ment' of the college Miss Powe's numerous ostensibly, to our ollico, and hope that Florida, a handsome new house, furnished Informed an Advwoatk representative if H
MonH were both looking remarkably friends were much pleased to see the next time they come, they will not complete. Has never been occupied. that his hotel was doing a very fair busl- jy _

northbound of Cocoa, were train passengers their on toHona. a few weeks' sojourn on Indian River, her in Rockledge, where she has spent have to depend solely on such meagre Has nlno rooms and bath, hot and cold ness considering the time of the year. He MSJ

| on D. A. way Senator Quay told an Advocate representative so many pleasant years of her life, even entertainment as we have to offer. But water. Sanitary plumbing. Beautifully has made some changes In his office force H n (BVJ
visit to Mrs. Blodgett, he did not
on a that this occasion
on for so short a time. anyhow, ladies, como again bicycle located 200 feet from the banks of the this season. Mr. W. JI. Dewey, proprietor M

We beg to acknowledge, with thanks, catch a tarpon, and he partly attributed J. K. Clarke and his friend races or no bicycle races; you will always Halirax River. of tho Kensington hotel, Haibor f'
cool weather which Captain ,
HBlpt of nice calendar and copies it to the recent be welcome. toWii.ki.ssov Is assistant-manager: Miss I'M' B|
a very For further particulars, apply Springs,
drove his favorite fish out to Mr. John M. Kennedy, Jr., of Pittsburg,
He probably daughter U
Guide and Fruit Trade his )
Fruitman's & Pahkijisov, Dewey ( bright, young !>
fnal, from Mr. Mercandante, one ofI deeper water. Better luck next time, Pa., were among tlie Friday's jovial passengers southbound on MILLINERY trimmings. Gardner Jk W. Or* Daytona, Fl.i.MllS tho cashier and a most agreeable addi- i is SVJtlon
the pailor car on
I BK ew York subset ibers.SK Senator. train, en route to Rockledge, from which I. M. ANDKICHOf, to the office; Fred It. Emerick the !'

place they intended to start on a cruise For Sale Cheap for Cash. 1011 I street, N. W., room clerk, also manages a summer j jft-JBH
C.Hintz hotel the New Mackinac at Macklnao ( 7-'
D. ,
Take Notice.Surveyor's Washington, ,
Auction Sale Surveyors, on board the former's fine sail yacht Island Mich. Mr. Peck has added u 'f. .
HHbw Providencia. Mr. Kennedy may rest assured Full model launch, hull 24x0ft., oak to his hotel 1 W
stock ofHHjture theodolite with tripod, for that his cruise with Capt. Clarke Kngliio for Sale. number of improvements JBI
Hjpcludfng to dispose of the frame, white cedar planking, canopy top, them new naphtha
| | and other goods that I have onHHp sale, cheap. Cost $200; will sell for $"> on the Providencia will be a very enjoyable cusnions; an reauy to piaue engino. r < this launch season, which, among will add a greatly to the if!*)>

I will sell at publio auction theMfe cash. Apply to II. J. Tiffin, one. Captain Clarke's father owns price, address II., A 10-horso-powor Slnti englno for sale, pleasure of his guests. He has also pro- ?
balance of said stock to the higbIHBknd Courtenay, Fla. a beautiful winter home at Palm Beach. Care Advocate office. 1 **
in good condition; cheap for cash. vided a 'bus to take guests to the fish- I Sj* best bidder, for cash (unless For further particulars write toII. Ing grounds, and he says he is going to 1 *

rwjse agreed npon), at Cocoa, oni Sale. For Sale. Yacht For Sale. J. Smith, do all in his power to make his guests t .'
iBay', January 18, 18H8, commencing Fine Property For Rockledge, Fla.Do have an enjoyable time this season. v 9L
-iHHf a. m., and continuing until all
SB) are sold. beautiful Round bottom, light-draught centerboard 1 For sale, the auxiliary sloop yacht I H
O. K. Woon, agent, The Hector Melbourne Island property Florida, a is for cat boat, -iitL over all, 0ft. beam; Jupiter, the finest cruising boat now in You Want Any Stock 'tI The "Advocate." |
at ,
W>. 28, '97/ Cocoa Fla. place built about one year. Has a summer the South; 41ft. long, draft 3ft., 10fh.
Mf; sale. This is a very Indian River.place-The cabin. Price, $100.J. p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); has will take another carload'of milch The Imman'River Advocatk is on wflTJ
second to none on
Wiixiamsov, large cabin and stateroom, with running down the ale at the following news-stands, at five m 9BJ
hotel dwelling horses and other
a cows
vAfrapefruit Buds for Sale. comprises Micco. water. Yawl, silver, linen and everything ,
ouse, store and steamboat wharf; also complete now In commission. F. E. C. railroad about the 20th of January cents per copy : flfl HTitusville

hundred buds small Tangerine orange grove, banana will; sell for cash. ) 1808. Parties wishing to bur can Mrs. Emma Eaton. [ !
Hf0 grapefruit one a jyMERCHANTS.. HOTELS, FAMIlies Worth $5,000; $2,500
with rare ehrubbery, correspond with me at Gadsden, Ala.C. J. II. Screven. | ibVJ
'ikHVHd, 920 per 100. Also budded ortrees. and other fruits, Fruit and Vegetables Growers, Address, F. D. Huoiixs, St. Hotel Alcazar. HUT"
Heath. Augustine
well. A.
and artesian
tennis ground Fla.
R. A. IIabdkk, lawn etc., promptly supplied with help. Miami,
"iM[ Sebastian, Fla.wavl The buildings are all comparatively Address WM. Hcbeb, Employment

new, and the grounds are elegantly Improved. Agent, 30 Main st, Jacksonville. 3IF Farm Wanted* Farms "Wanted. As an advertising medium, no 1

Bone "Wanted. Good terms.I paper,pn the East Coast can beat th*

Apply to owner, J. B. Tkbbt, Send particulars and at once to 'Advocatk. Give us a trial advt., !
NEED Good Reliable and Small Florida fruit and truck farm.B. price
9| your bones and send them to the Southold, N. Y; YOU a Subscribe for L SunrAci, AftSOM H. RUSSELL, and be convinced of the pink paper'* | BJ

* 5TlUe Fertilizer Co., South JackJsrrBe -I Or to Mioi. S. Josbs,Titusville, Fla.; Widely-read the Advocate.Newspaper, Glendale, Ohio. Akron, Ohio. worth. | BVMJ

Fla. Will pay cash for them.'I or Jas. T. Hooo, Melbourne, Fla. HM'



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: WANT TO COME SOUTH.Paihebville ttlatw Trains Voj of '
r.M txiurtytnt.
I '
Those Dreadful Sores the A certain tciiuoltcachcr, whoso sraseof Wanted
O. It Is enoouraging to note preparations at once.
for most excellent winter train humor is devolijpod to a rvu rkabl* .

i fl | < They Correlnuori to Spread In Spite Jan. 2, 18iH. schedules on Florida railroads. Commencing rieatrwe, goes to the trouble -oocwiouallyof ,
Id next tho JaoUBoiivllle wruiug down for her own u sonittof
IH r I of Treatment but Now they are Editor Indian Hirer Adror.ate : on January -
' Tampa dc Key West Hallway the fuiiuiHHt answers which she finds
B ''* | Honied-A Wonderful Work. In reading popular pink I 20,000 Fresli Dried
your papor will put on an additional fsmt train for in her examination papers By especial pounds
] 3 "For many year it I have been great note you are giving away, free, views of Tamp.i, leaving Jacksouvllloat 1:20: J* favor I huve been ullowod to iue a few
KS I sufferer with varicose veins u one of mys the Est Coast hotels. PI tune send meona in., unci reaching Trfinpi for evening din Here they are:

5 limbs. My lout and limb became dread* a(for hlcli I enclose atamps), as I ner. This will be a soiid voHtlbulu train, "The stomach is the most diluted portion j
I could a part ofihu Florida Sprcial being added Saw Palmetto Berries
jH] fully swollen, When I stood op want to know more about the East Coast to it at'JackNonvillu. of the elementary canal
down the veins
tbe blood rushing
] all that Can tell about
of Florida. After spending one wlnjerthure This will make three solid trains "Hygene is you ,
this limb. One I accidentally bit myl "
t In eacli direction via lie Jacksonv that which is asked.
I am sick of our cold winters. through I -
l]mB it foot against noma object and a tore broke llr, Tampa A Key West Railway between "The doctrineof evolution began lbs. Half-dried Saw Palmetto Berri'L' i
H Yours truly 15,000
jf ,
J i out which conlinuod to spread and was Jacksonville and Tampa.An with the beginning of life and grew ,
Hj ' } exceedingly painful. I concluded IB A. M. Wkbsteb.Curcaoo ncUliiional train will reach Tltunville
higher and higher until it regenerated Will the nighcst Cash Price and purchase in shipments of 100-lb ML Imore.

Hr Hood's SarsaparJH.t. In a short time River steamer* dully for points on that slow that neither tbe monkey nor the oHsH \

Hj -, i those dreadful sores which had caused Jan. 3, 1808. liver, and twice a week wish' through man knew anything abont it Address, with samples, {. Ha

P H me so much sufTerliifr, bo/fan/ to beat. IL Editor Indian Hirer Adrornte: steamers to Palm Beach. "A germ is a name applied to a particular MELVILLE DRUG CO H& I
Hj kept on faithfully with Hood's SarsapaL subbactenal organism -
particle, tiny
Dear Sir Pleane send me some particulars Jackson ville3
1 rlllu, and in a short time my limb was which, when demonstrated, causes A\
of the East Coast also the name
I HF- ; SIZES.Tbe '
completely honied and the sores (rave meU disease.
H? no more pain. I cannot he too thankful .of a roliable real estate agent. I was "A germ is a tiny insect or bug sometimes

H, ft for the wonderful work Uood's Sarsapa* given one of your pink paiiers last.werk, average cigar ts from 4 to 8 Inches found in diseases or organs. That

B." ttj rillA, has done for me." MBS. A. E. but my son carried It off to New York. In length.A is why diseases are contagious It is so Magnolia Grocery....

H> 3l Oilbon, Martlsnd, Vermont.Hi The bitter cold weather Ice and snow cable, in nautical parlanoe, means small that it can be seu only with a

wo have been having this winter, makes 130 fathoms telescope U'hen it appVarslike the head H. A. HENRY, Proprietor.

HOOd'S Sparilia me long for the timn to come when I can The middle linger is from 8 to 4 of a pin, but it goeu flouting around into Wholesale and Retail Dealer In '

sell out and come to Indian Kiver. Inches in length. tbe atmosphere "
IBS" | Is the hest In fact the One True Blood Puriner.BBK have
"Habeas means you may
Cordially yours, The average height of the horse isabont corpus STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.***
| Hood's Pills cure all Uver Ills. 20cents.B E. T. Thomas. 14 hands. the head and 1 will take the body.
"Queen Elizabeth's reign was the
The average ear is from 2 to 3 reign of posterity Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

Scrofula is the advertisement of foul Inches in length.A "The germ theory of diseases is continually 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
,, | | BETWEEN MIAMI AND THE blood. Jt raiy be entirely dilven from demy a4mo. page is fi Inches long floating around in the air and Telephone No. 255.E. .

J-} BAHAMAS.BBj the system by the faithful use of Hood's by i\ inches wide.A is very dangerous, especially when the

Samaparilla, which thoroughly purities bos 33 by 15 and 84 inches deep amosphere is unwholesome "

the blood.Hood's. contains barrel of three bush "William Pitt, the second son of the
i JtV During the recent mooting of both a heaped Wi Chenbach, Manager. F. M. J3v/bst, Treasurer.
H ;ff; brandies of tho Legislature in Nassau, Pills are easy to take, easy to els. Earl of Chatham, premier of England,
Hk'' biliousness. 25cAn Tbe lion, thongh he stands no higher' entered life at a very early age, which
| tho late governor, Mir William F. JlaynesHS& operate, cure Indigestion,
i Smith, inter alia, delivered the following than a large mastiff, is from 0 to U feet office he held at a very early period in FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.

Hcf! apeech: umbrella covered with a.trans in length.Tbe life, the time professional when most men education.are just" ,

parent material has been Invented InEngland. regnlation length for lead pencils completing a
BBfi, !' Jfr. I'renldent and Honorable Gentlemen "A dowager is a widow without
l Tho holder is enabled to seo is 7 inches and three-eighths of an inch *' Post IRON and BHASS CASTINGS.Gpneral .
Rjf of the Legislative. Connrih joints. Syracuse
where ho Is going when he holds It before in thickness.A .
BB* j llr, and Gentlemen the Repairing Promptly & Accurately Done. J
fipeokrr / House his face. size in shoes is oner third of an inch.A A RooommendaUoD.

BBp J4 of Alterably.s Ma 13 shoe, made on an F last, is First Soabrette I've got to take

sm''i f'LY'i I have asked your attendance In SpoBBr HOW'S THIS fWe 14 J4 inches long.Tbe something for my nerves. Did you ever Iron Building Columns, jf &ttgbl
.r-f; elal Sossion in older to lay before you band of the man of average size try Billiger's' Bromides? fflsffiM NMOl3-= and Boxes in Stock.

BBJ W; / tho proposals of Mr. Henry ftorrisnn offer one hundred dollars reward is from 6 to 8 inches in length ; that of Second Soubrette It ain't as good atWazem's Sash Weights and Grate S aAu iJVL
the from 1 1 inches smaller HMH Hf r njj } Baw Mandrels of all Sizei
to The bromide
woman Catnip Com pound.
of Catairh that cannot be 4
| Flagler for establishing hotels in Nassau for liny case Bars
4 Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. The finest needles about inch people only nse small cuts over a Specialty. 3Caa 3 ii HlillL '
H < & of the highest class, and for supplying a cured by are an *< F I l dSUOiVri
BBB J. Ciibnky & Co., Toledo, O., in length. A needle for sewing with their testimonials, and the compound
Southern Steam Service the basis ofBBj
n on We the undersigned, have known F.J. coarse thread is from 114 to 2 inches inlength. folks will put your picture in doable -
',|' bis previous proposals which were laid Clienoy for tho last 15 years, and believe oolamu width. Cincinnati Enquirer. 3MCXXaXa a.
H;* | before the Legislature at its last session.BBjr him perfectly honorable in all Telephone 102. Office and Shops at.End of Viaduct In Riverside.
The Bengal tiger, thongh only 4 feet
business transactions financially
f Mr. Flagler's proposals are to purclinsoBBM' able to carry out any obligations made high, is from 8 to 9 foot in length. A Why lie Rebelled."You JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.OE3CAS. .
f the promises known as the Itoyal VlcBBT by this firm. specimen of this size will weigh 800pounds. were very devoted to her, and

m tori a Hotel at theappralHod value, to beBBJ W
--; |f aacertalnocl by two appraisers, one selectrTf Toledo, ( "No. One has to draw the line somewhere C dCCO.
IB XT7" l
ITEMS OF INTEREST. know, i let it when ,
? ed by each party; and, In case of differBK Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale yon pass t
druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's she promised to be a sister to me until DEALERS IK
| sneo, by an umpire; and to impiove and Catarrh Cure is taken Internally The volcanoes of'Vesuvius and Etna I learned whom she was going to mar

B l enlarge the premises.vE acting directly upon the blood ami are never both active-at the same time. ry. Then 1 kicked. I don't want him Fine "ircijaLtss txx.
Mr. Flagler also offers to build a new mucous surfaces of the system. Price, for brother-in-law. Post.At
The famous Uncas, Cooper's "last of a Chicago 417, ft 419 W. Kay St.,
BB'-i botel on, tho site of the present police "So per bottle. Sold by all druggists. the Mohicans, is buried in the suburbs

M-i j barraoks on terms stated In his offer, Testimonials free. of Norwich, Conn.A DISR-ravoo on Her Ilead. S M i JACKSONVILLE. \ FLA.iSei .

BBk"Jj which are substantially the same as those relio hunter stole the chair on She Well, Harry, yon promised mm > S tffil Z>> r K1CH WINES create good, rich r.ulWvyA. -
Italy gives the world outside her borders bonnet.He V.M! -tS* thy blood. Don't make tbe mistake itW
B. !| already laid before the Legislature.B which President MoKinley sat while reviewing new v t u9 bujing sour poor wine because It I,
>'; i The steam sorv'lco offered Is one for a 2,500,000,000 oranges;Spain, 14,00001)0,000 ,- the Grand Army parade in When? "- "=*>= MLlUUlhMS cheap It Is not. It has a nasty, UImt -
) ; Portugal, 80, greeable effect upon the system, whiles
Buffalo recently. i wine not and
BVfi weekly Bteam service to Miami throughBH jj= f&W s s good is really expensive
(10,000,000; Florida nearly as many asParaguay. disgrace rest on my head, and look at STtSSSi ATTTv& "SSE S* Rives you that pulled-together, sell2fslSS -
,! out tho year Willi two trips a week InBJ this object of a bat! Judy. : iffflltn, <5 t3s S. satisfied feeling.EBflKJ .
fc tho months of January ami April and ? IWK' \N An Knpors. 1 &%i&* ?r I'ilY 'Sl& SSsMEcH hua Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
BJiJCJS! years old, 2J per gallon.FW .
? 3S ai. JSaSSi In Towns will dol&itl&'jr
: 32.: ? Parties living Dry
vs! and Maroh In each year.H with Mr. Smith last evening. Did be Lord Rnowlittle (in London) Now, Z ,f*<* ,'*CSS, Yr> we" to order fram ns, as we can sue
[ The steamship 'offered for the winter would respectfully call the attention drive with oue hand? really er how many thousand miles El% $< $Qum4.. **&3m f them 80 per cent,on all orders.sU"S .

f aeason Is lto bo of exceptionally high of the Advocate readers to the Mae Oh, no He drove with his is it to New York city? ir&%?>- i"C-JSWmJj 3S S S*SL*? ** We Ctr will Always not open send new money accounts with orden.IrZtd unlem. I

BE S. f class, and is to maintain a spood of 14 toBH Hector Island property advt. on our first teeth. N w York Truth. G-reater New Yorker Well, to what J2r >"CtB ti KS. suitable Jacksonville reference Is (riven. I
page. The location of this valuable part of New York do yon refer? New 7 # rr m No Goods sent C.O.D to Dry Tonne. I
jf IS knots.H of Is excellent and 'Journal. Srr/nffjttftfa I,, \NfX" Agent for lndlanopolls Brewing Co., Hi
piece property one Household Necessities."In York \ Drewers and Ilottlers,Indianspolls, iDd. |H
f The summer steamer it is proposed that Is most desirable In
every respect; all the groceries now you con Hercules Malt Tonic,$2.25 per case; Clayton SlRnssell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4.B0 per case. Bj
"lf I should aiaintaln a minimum speed in orBJ while the estate comprises a good botel, self flour. "
buy rising
,<'fj dinary weather of twelve knots.H landing dwelling-house,and elegantly-improved, store and steamboat grounds, "Is there auy place where we can get ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. H

.11 The proposal is that tho contract Tangerine orange grove, etc, etc. This a self rising cook?" Chicago Record.Stie SAW AND PLANING MII.I.S, JACKS.ONVII.I.E YARD, IIPalatka

BRt should bo for ten years, and renewable would make a good Investment. NEAR & TAYLOR, Fla. K. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. fM"WILSON
BJ "l If it bus been satisfactorily performed InBJ. firoperty advt.ESPWe .Feels Hurt.It .

the first period for a further term of ten most always hurts at girl more 01 (Successors to John McAllister.) CYPRESS COMPANY I

H years more.BJ would esteem the favor if our less when ber best fellow calls with a Artesian Well Contractors ,
jcaders, when writing or calling upon two days' growth of whiskers on his ,
\ The of
rates passage money and the our advertisers to purchase merchandise, chin. Lawrence American Manufacturers of M
Hr { freight by Miami and thence by rail toBJ7 etc, would mention the Advocate.A EAU GALLIE, FLA.

New York are not to exceed the rates atBR IA
Lumber and Lath. *
Cypress Shingles
I : prosont paid under tho.oontract for the small dish of fine charcoal kept upon To Car* Coustlpatlon Forever. Educate Tour Ilowels With Cusearets. ,

BJ j sea service to New York.BJ a shelf of a dark closet or in the refrigerator Take Cusvarets Canilv Cuth&rtio. 10c or Bio. Candy rathnriti curs constipation forever.10c .
If G. C.C. fall to cure, druggists refund money. ,aSo. ItCC.C.fall,druggists refund memoy.B" .
-Hor Majesty has boon pleased to apHL and renewed every week, will large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, M

point Sir Gilbert;Carter, K. C. M. O., toBJ absorb nil odors and holp to koep things lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres 1mouldings

,' bo dovernor of the Bahamas and I have fresli nnd sweet.Th I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of of all patterns a specialty. |

BJ 'i-i been appointed the High Commissioner When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. MwTa

l\i s of Cyprus.BJ -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

My first ondeavors for the Colony weroBJ'

s. to establish a satisfactory Southern Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Il'cmt Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Granite DiL-nrsoir I

BJ ) | Steam Service and to open Nassau to the ware, doors, sash and blinds, and lliillilers' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream ,
BJ stream of visitors which yoarly visit freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosino oil stoves.garden tools,
plows nnd harrows, paints and oils, Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting Wholesale and Retail IH
Florida.Hj .
BJv. Astronomy of Lift. BBBnT'/'v'' SHI and barbed wire,
|j In now placing before the
you propoK When an attronoBBB' w'VBBBj' Harrison Bros* Iioadv Mixed 3aints.
} sal* which the present Session has been mer foretells the exBB vi* 3B BM I
BJ'' ' summoned to connider, I cannot but boPj.i act minute st which Hf 1jK SBfl Please Writ me for Prices. i respectfully solicit a portlon.of WINE & LIQUOR sis
wo planets will cross Bk J )ljf IL. &r>a your patronage. Mall Orders given ITouiot and Careful Attention, and inquiries for
Ueve that they must prove of bonetlt toBt7 each other, we know Bb TrvtSWlfli prices answered promptly,

| the Colony. It carried out they willBJ' here it no magic WXJjyMMwUm\m\ 3WC. 3E3. <3-3El.XJTFt 1 IJA,
bout It. The whole 3 7
bring tho Colony within twelve hours universe is governed tsfTF 11 i W nal Mhj West Palm Beach.'Fla. 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla, 11
H\3 of the railway system of Florida which laws. \ man who studies these laws of ,
B y'J I* connected with the call nature carefully and reduces them to a science
way systems ofy'l can count on exact results every time.A Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines. Havana 11
the neighboring Continent and in touch doctor knows that certain remedies Beans Peas Potatoes Etc.i ,

B:* I with the vast markets of the United fleet certain diseases. 11 .
Mexican and Florida
When a disease seems to have rio rested? Cigars.WniSKETS
BJ Mj States, while at the same time accommoBJ the doctors pronounce it incurable. All the

fi datloa of a kind equal to the very highest time Nature may have the remedy right at BEANS Green Tod: Earliest Valentine, Early Mohawk, Imp. Refugee; Kefugee
hand, but it will only be discovered by the
Bf A class of accommodation to be found In doctor who has studied longer and deeper 1000 to 1; Best of all, per bushel, $3.50.
B/ America will be secured for a large numBJ. than others into this particular disease. BEANS Wax Pod: Imp. Qolden Wax, Black Wax, Wardwell's Kidney "Wax, from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods. MKS

.;. ber of visitors In Nassau.BJ Consumption seemed for a long thne without Detroit Wax, Rust-proof Golden Wax, per bushel, |:),00. Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited. HIf
a remedy, until Dr. Pierce made his These are specially low prices. Intended to introduce my business on the East
;, There Is the further advantage that wonderful "Golden Medical Discovery 30 Coast, and are only good when order Is accompanied by this advertisement. Write you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references. M

BJxi these undertakings will bo maintained and years almost ago. unfailing It has proved to be for a marvelous for Market Gardeners' Wholesale Prices, or use Henderson's, Thorbum's Buists',
specific '
BJ from capital Introduced from without tion and alt forma of lung, bronchial consump and Landreth's, llurpee's, Johnson A Stokes', Gregory's, Livingston's or Ferry's.SST" |SSHWk.

B,*ij the colony, which Is already interested throat difficulties. All my seods are thoroughly,tested before I send them out. This offer J. HARKiSHKrMKR, Pres. II. E. IIarkisheimeb, Seoly & Treas. M
Its effects seem almost magical but Its operation good only on orders received before December 10th.
7,1 in similar undertakings on the adjacent is based upon simple natural laws.

BJ 1 coast, and which will thus bocoma also the It has bloodmakingglands tbe peculiar property to manufacture of enabling BURTON K. BARRS.Jacksonville Seedsman, ,Fla.GEORG The Elgin Butter Company bf .Florida. I

\m'I Interested In your continued welfare.PI healthy, red blood and pour it abundantly
into the circulation. This nourishing vital
ising enect is rapidly manifested in the ,
BJ''* When the scalp Is antrophied orshinyBJ lungs and bronchial tubes where it stops the MARX. -JOHN MARX.JVKIZJEZZZZL .
t. bald, no preparation will restore the wasting process and builds np healthy tissue. a3=L a. Clioose B
BJ"U hair; In all other eases, Hall's Hair IteBJl It is readily assimilated by stomachs which BROS.
are too weak to Migest cod liver oil, and it ,
newer will start .
growth.K is far superior to malt-extracts as a permanent : Wholesale Dealers InQxocexies Office and Cold Storage.110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLAR
and scientific flesh.builder in all

A New England woman has had the wasting diseases, IF'x-u.it axa.d. HPxa.a.ce.. Our 4 Crewn Butter Is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. H|

temerity to declare In Boston, that selfBs totd"Twenty-Bve me that I would years live ago but eight a short different thne dorlsr,that*I 131 aad ISS.Kaat Bay Street and 6 and 8Newnan Street, The butter handled by us Is the product of one of tbe largest and best Creameries |HJ

aatlsfled center of advanced ideas, that bad consumption and must die/* writes Geo, H. aretolacjsoxxxriJLlo. / in the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform in quality. ISKercbanta
Coop*, Kq,of Myers Valley, Pottawatomie Co.,
H ft the new woman is a freak, and ought to Ksns, "1 finally commenced taking Dr. Pierce's not receiving our quotations will do ns favor by writing for same. j B

| be ridieuled out of existence.H land Golden and that Medical among it baa lengthened Discovery tbe living,aad.say I have life am for still faith the on to teat lbs be.licve ONE, OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. jyWE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. Thla la positive. HTTUC

twcaty-Svemra,and I have so jaoch Altai in all ,
W The oak tree which stands In tbe midH of your meslcinea that I want an*of your die of the road mom seas* Medical advisers.'" are headquarter* for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas: Ba HTStr
V high leading from XcamH
Dr. HrrteV medlctat guaranteed geaeiae., We aloe*carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.- We waat
# fagton to Warwick Is said to mark the standard remedies throughout* are recognised the world.as your Orange*aad Vegetable*. Give a* a trial and yoa will be pkased. '

B S sea tie of England. ** "Mtaaaat Pellets" cars ceostiaaticss. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.o ADIOCATB doe j neit, c! aa Job Printittg.



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KoB M. Boast** WaltihS. OUIIM, George A. Fuller drove in his first

AHplBBIXS A GRAHAM, FOUND ON A MOSQUITO, IT SAVED raoe in H75 and has been lu tha sulky Manufacturers of

|H| ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, MARDIN'8 LIFE.Keltber ever Julia since.Coulter, 3:154. by Wilkes Hotel, Cottages and Furniture, Sarno Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber

SaaBf ick IIouks- From 10 to 12 a. m., Knife Nor Branding- Iron Wee) Boy, is the lateet acquisition of thaEuropeans. ,

f HL nd 2 to 4 p. m.KTtTU8ViLl.r t7aed on Tnat Raneh, aa the Owner Wh HOl'flll A DHKHSKD, |

Brevard Co., Florida.I Pretty Fair Shot and Always Kept In It is said that the Driving club ofh'ew Ornift Ilox Heads, J

I H). Bos, 108.Hrill Vraetlee."Them. York cleared $7,000 on its recent Fruit A Vegetable Cratee, |
U the courts state and fed
practice grand circuit mating Lumber delivered at liny psrt of Indian River |
En' tor examining and was pretty good shots, said on through bill of lailliifj. Anyone coutenidatIiiK n
facilities perfect
f eclal Bumps likes to race in front by himself
K tho old sheep raiser when the boys had bullilliiu on tbe KaotCoaM. would do well to
J land finished telling about When he is collared at the three- write for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on the !t
some glass ball J.,T. A K. W. ly miles south of I'alntka. SHntHiuim
ttflNOK shooting had done quarters, he seldom gets to the wire
S. JONES, they at the gun elnb i
first I lights, I'litnnin Co., Fin. |
tournament, "but folks nowadays don'tdo

9K ATTORNEYATLAW.C no abootin like they did m few years The new performer Miss Brown. AHomeSeekers

ago. There was Don Hardin now, who 8:30: by Brown, 8:184: is out of Dutch NATIONAL = -

HkviLIiE, BREVARD CO., FLA, run a sheep ranch in west Texas in Girl, 3:27i.: dam of Jennie K. 3.154 '

1881 ; beconld shoot""Pretty and Hattie K. 8:84 *, ji

, j Vnty Judge of Brevard County. good shot, was he?" asked Thomas Keating, tbe crack California i'Kxchnnging '

'" in- in 1 1 1 1 1 1..,m the boys, to draw the old man out. rein8man, Is threatew-d with consumption REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

KVPL.. GAULDEN, Well, he was a good, fair shot for and has boeu ordered by his physician
them times and locality. A Colt's 45 to winter in Arizona
was Dan's favorite. He Piopnty for Piopoity a | fj(
mM ATTpRNEY-AT-LAW, run about 8,000 One of the fastest weauling pact-rs
sheep and a good many cattle and ever seen in any stock farm is Uarou Specialty, bend DoHcrlptlon of what

HI Hwtll Florida practice, and In the all United the Courts States Courts.Hr. of the. State horses. The ranchers all marked tbe Hirsch at Maplehurst by Boron Wilkes, you have, and what Jem want. '

ears of their stock, each man in a different Wilkes.
dam BesHie Wilkes, Red
| O. Box, 238. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Hj by MALAIiAU, Indian Klver, KI.OKIDA.C. .
to distinguish their
| Money to Loan. 18fljVT way proper The laruest individual loss on a borne
ty. Dan's mark was a hole in the left CV CAUBOM., |
race is stud to be that of the Duko of t
ear and an nnderbit in tbe right and
Itcul EMtatt* ,
GOLDSMITH Westminster, who bet 180,1)1)0) to Agent
he never allowed a kn&e to be usod onbis
000 against Hermit in the ib67 Derby
fl H ranch. He marked animal
H himself with bis six shooter every and he Hermit wonGeorge The above out represents roughly HOTEL I>u NIL, at Siirno, Hrevunl Choice . r M1
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, E McKaig of Troy. O owner County, Florida, which Is only 1 of a mile south of the depot of Kim UullU", Fla., |
never made a mistake. It was a sight and about 200 miles Florida lias depot fitii Wines. ;
stallion Simmons, has south of Jacksonville, 011 the East Const U'y. ;
of the great
Hritusville, Florida.Hp to see him gallopiu across the prairie the mure Bcsme 13ouohill. poHtotth-o and telegraph ortlon. The hotel and soven cottages niu located on
on his mustang after a bunch of lambs purchased pacing ten actus of land fronting 011 tho K m O11IH0 Hlver, with view of 1mlinn Itlver on the HW'fe
or a round np of spring ralves, a-plaoin iJ.OSfc,. by Empire Wilkes, at a east, less than half a mile distant, and tho Atlantic Ocean 24 miles away, Is practically PP lil'llj' OnarnnteetJ Pure. |

CARY-ELWES, his marks with his 45 ard never vary ina reported price of $1,800 new buildings 00m pie ted In lMlil. The hotel and every ciUtugo Is furnished

sixteenth of an inch from where they William Feun s three heats In 2:07: 4*. and most of the futiiltuiu and linens have nevor been used. Two aiteHiau Pr'CC"' 1
rNOTARY' Ills., werothe wells, pipes and soweis 20 cisterns all connected, give ample miprily of the best # '!
TUBLIC, belonged. Dan marked more mavericks 8:09, 8:09, at Springfield, ; *' ivh1)!]) lUr li"l orteil 57rf
H than in fastest three ever trotted by a stallion of water. Tho property has only been used some two months by tlio fonnor owner uCv
STATE AT LARGE.H anybody else the country put gV Tokay Wine, J
John Oieen who died nnd the is owned Col, Aaron A l>
together. Lockhart's threo in 8 .09. 8.081 3:09at : propeity now by eOrauw from Italy. \
Typewriting, taxes paid for nonResidents of Jamaica, Queen's County, Now Yolk, vthoao address after
rents and accounts collected ''From practicin so runch Dan got tobe Hedrick, la., in 1U90, formerly ranked 100 feet
January 1st will be Oak Hill, Florida. There is a Inigo pavilion I
Btc, etc. Correspondence solicited. a first rate shot Her used to ride first square, cement Moor, cement walks, water woiks anil garden, llestof hunting and John B. Togni -

j Titusvlllo, Floiid.t.IHr along in his pasture and put his mark Judge Clark will herenftor expect fishing, fresh nnd salt water; sailing or yachting on Kim Oallio and Indian HI vers; Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Kust Hay St. |J JJACKSONV1I.LK

on the coyotes and jack rabbits just to Jockey Everett to ride up to the form oysters, sea bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is ready to open ns a hotel 4M'lioleaala

WEBB keep his hand in. It got so that nine displayed in the last race Everett was In one day's timo. Every convenience, with kitchen nnd dining room complete. FLOKIDA.

J- times out of ten when a man killed a on Pacemaker and was warned before Titles perfoct. Tho original cost to John Giocn was $H,000; now for sale cheap; and Itetall...... H

LwT deer with his Winchester be would find he went to the post to rido as if his life half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money lieie.Addiess .
ATTORNEY AT-LA W OAULD1C.V Titusvlllo Fin.Or .
1). L.
hole in its left nnd an nnderbit in its depended upon it After being knocked The Largest anc Most Com- ISplote
H Will in the Aaron A. DkGhauw Jamaica N. V.n .
j practice Courts of the 7th ,
J BC'ircutt.r right ear, and he'd always send Dan to his knees Pucemakor won a grand Establishment South. mGEO / y

over a quarter of venison when be got race.

Rjfolbourne, Florida.B it home. I seen Dan win a bet of |00 The Monk's beat in 2 0814 at Lexington CUI.ir I "OUTOOOKS," tho New Sporting Magazlno. S. HACKER & SON 11MANUKACTUKKUS

one day from a tenderfoot We was broke several records It was Invaluable to the salt water llshoimitn, the fiesh water UsherS ,

J O. FRIES, C. E.H ridin along the road and we seen the the fastest ever trotted in the Transylvania -ICte-E y man, the grouse, quail, snipe, vtomlcuck and lima Bliooter, the

ground a-humpin np where a mole was the fastest ever trotted by s 4yearold / ( i buy bird nnd wild fowl gumior, the big game hunter, the touilstjJ
COUNTY SURVEYOR.M hovin along out of sight under the gelding, the fastest trotted bya \_ / jZ wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Pilco.lOcts.W .

earth. Dan made bis proposition, the gelding this season and the fastest .Subscription $1.00 per year, Write for sample copy.n .

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. tenderfoot took him up, and Dan's old mark ever reached by a performer in bis cnRTS GKOLOUTRKL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor,

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for 45 went off a couple of times. We dngtbe first publio season. rtCJUIII a I Nl># 1 Madison Ave., Now Yoik, N, Y.

mole np, and there was tbe marks
B all kinds of
engineering woiks. DisB -
in bis ears right where they belonged.
All He Wants.
puted lines a specialty.j After awhile I don't think there was a
living thing on Dan's ranoh except biswife's CumsoTosla says he does not need .One Man Can Run This Steamboat

j Titusviixe, Brevard Co., Florida.H wires to telegraph with.Cawker .
that didn't have bis mark in its
No, all he wants is tbeearth.

eara"This Town Topics
OTEPHEN E. FOSTER, habit of Dan's got him out ofa .2 jf&S&M&tff'*

pretty bad scrape one time. Along What More Could I IoTOh '

H ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, about 1883, when free range commenoedgettin 1 vowed to ber I'd love her Or" Wi I

H scarce, tbe fence cntters got tocuttin With devotion deep and truel
Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, the wire fencos around the pastures fin my knees I fell ber re her Doors, Sash Blinds, IWI
H Jacksonville What more oould a follow do?
Florida.T and give the Bbeep men lots oftrouble. V

Dan's bud been cut half a And I beg Bed. beaeeched, implored her Moulding & Building Material. |

>OPE & CAMPBELL dozen times, and he was mad. One day In tha aweotest words I know
he'rode out without his gun and saw a JnHt to promise she would wed me Ofllce A Warr-rooms, King, opposlto j*
What more oould a fellow do- Canuoii Struct. "Uvj HCluirloston
,low down rustler named Tompkins

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, slicin his wires like fiddlestrings with But the silly girl refused me, S. C. 1
a pair of nippers. Tompkins got on bis Broke my heart, so fond and true.Bo '

A Jacksonville, Florida.BB horse and let out, and Dan rode back tobis What well more, now oould I love a another fellow dot CO -=-,-"* 'V ayy.*. MMHardware.
ranch and got his gnn. He struck Ban Franouro Examiner 2 Sash Weights, Cord and

out on Tompkins' trail and overhauled '
Wm. ScotT. Gordon R. Biioome. him about sundown in the little town MTACIIINICHV HANItl.KH FKOM 1'II.OT 1IOIHK. P5 1

jfl OCOTT & BROOME, that was the oonnty seat Dan shot him Those Who Kudiiro This steamboat Is .'17-rt. lonu,HM-ft. Imam, 2-rt. depth or hold; draws li liiclms of water, and
will run eliclit miles an hour. II1* naliln lis 11 feet, with rt. Imad room. Two fiilillnir Ixiils Mini S IA
quietly and was about to get a enp of Kalley,UxSlt. (anucicuiiiiiioiliitoslx orniidit iwrminii eiwMy, Hums either wood or Soul. Hnltahleror Window and Fancy Class ,
H ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, coffee and start back home when he The p.iins of rheumatism should bore- pleiiHiiro iiurmmeorllKlit rrelurhtor llnlilnit hiiHlnims. Wo will, diililloute for 1,200, or *16 .1
minded that a cuie for this disease maybe will alter to suit conditions, at prion* from ! 00 to S1 M (over Bank) was surprised by the sheriff's arrestinhim. found in Hood's Sarsaparilla. The KNOINKKItlNO CO.,

"Miami, Florida. You see, that was about tbe time expeilencQ of tliono who have taken 138 & HO East lluy St., Jackson vlllu, Fla>. *.iiKlii* r Contractors, Kto.Ornnge \lM4i BO YEARS' !''
the law and order gang got to raisin Hood's Sarsaparllla for rheumatism, and EXPERIENCE W]
Cain in the west and tryin to set down have been completely and permanently

,/ EOROE W. ALLEN, on promiscuous shootin and personal cured, prove the power of this medicine (Jrove unit Kos-iiloncu

liberty. They scared np a judge and a to rout and conquer this disonse. Hood's for Sale.A WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW jury somewere and held a kind of court Sarsaparllla is the One Ti uo Wood Purifier
bad and it neutralizes the acid which flne grove and gardon property ofP2
Key West, Florida.I right away to try Dan. Tompkins ciuses the aches and pains of rhematlsm. acres, fronting on the Indian Iliver
a lot of friends in town, among the hoss and extending back to tho road
it county
This is why absolutely euros
T'J1 Pract'ce In the United States thieves and free grussers, and they when liniments and other outwnrd applications at S liar pes about 13 miles south ofTltusvllle L HsV T'sOC MKI al
*nd State Courts. 9jun93H in the dozen and swore that known the Itrock 9WkmmWK* Dcaian* PUfXrFFTVv
come by fail to give permanent relief, as place; l 0 V. r OAf. iVDSi. 97<"M.Ahat > *c.
Co*vniaHT wJISAnvnne
hadn't been out of town for MX) bearing trees good bouse four !
rDRFn Tompkins lie sure to get Hood's.NoToBae ; / PEFFER'S NERVItiQI. bid senalng skateli and rteaorlptlon mar JMBeulnkl
a week, and that Dan's story about bisouttin rooms and kitchen; servants* house and aaoartaln oor opinion free whether aa .(!
> nououToifDENTIST. house. Price It aot* povTorfully arid ,iilr klf. Ciira* wlu'ri nnttittisi Invantluii la probahlf pifteiilable. roinmnnli'a. tst* #
the fence didn't go. Dan bad no packing $1,500.00. fnll, Ynunif cntm rotfatn >*- imintHMuli olaiun tlonaairletlroiinSitefitlal. Handbook on Patanta 5 Lmm
and it to look kind of for Fifty Cent*. Apply to runu veryoutlifui vlwor* Ab.olutvly Utmttrite4 sent free. Ulileet a an r for eoiiurliia;oalenu. t ft BSJPatanta
witnesses, began toCfttr*Nrrr oaiiB* !** Vlttaltlj* taken tbrnu b Munn>To. reoal** aV'VrBainitUU
for him. Tbey bad Tompkins Guaranteed tobacco habit otire, makes weak rtoiuii.Ns & OlIAIf AM, r funny men strong, blood pure. 60o,(1. All UruKVlsta. Attys. for owners, elf li r Fttlllnir HI *mot-rt W* , nix '"
laid ont on a table in tbe courtroom."Directly Titusvlllo Fla. ami 0ll *ftnt of #'/ a/m or tare at* aninttiMcrttitm Scientific Jfrncricdii. I
Ward oif tiiHAntir *ti<1 aonmiuiptloiHm
Dytona Florida.TD Dan went over and looked t ltt drajvirtnt tmpuHf**worthl< _,* >atitut o weakly, fanrast rlr. IK HMUNN
hm it vlttMn nernntor prnilu ltintntrjn ha* A hanilsoinel* llbiatrstad
you utino
and then besked AGENTS."The .
pretty sharp at Tompkins, WANTED .nit I'KKKRlt'M NCUVIv.OIK, orn of the deputies to go ont to a Notice of MuKter Hale. b currttttt In t >(pocket, i rtipiitd plnln wrnr*
one itr. *>t p r f ox. or 41 for Mv wlta A l" itlrtiVHltsn ,Bw'd- New York m
ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. little jewelry store across the street and Confederate Soldier In the Civil wim.piit e to ur llmtontl thtMnnmy & Coi* '' ;
Pfimvrlt frn .8o|t h*(tnunrlftUi.AtldrpntrKVVKU. Waahluston, D.C. & H
and l virtue of ilerren of fore llrauuh utt T t>U
Tbe >y a
bring a magnifying glass. deputy War," contains BIM) pages 12xl inches, UXDEIl and sale lasiilnK out of the riri-ult MUUlUALAtll'N, Chl H n IIIISoM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. went and got it, and Dan banded it totbe and over 1,1K( ) huge battle scenes, portraits Court In and Tor llrevard county, Florida,
judge* and asked bim to step down maps, etc. The greatest and largest wherein 8. J. Field Is roindalnnnt| and 11. .1, by .J# n. Bcrovcn, only,
Hardee, et. al. are defendants, I will sell at public
Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal and look at something a minute. There War Hook ever published, and the auction, In front of the court Iioimu door InTltusvllM JmrnW
was a mosquito with bis bill fast 'aTompkins'ear only one that does justice to the Confederate Florida, during the legal hours of
Diseases.Sanfoiid soldier and the cause he fought sale,on theF1IMT
and Dana'ked the judge Royal-tansy
for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell MONDAY IV JAVUARY, A I) 1HIIH, pillstwkw
Florida.Cl the
it with glass.
look at
to take a good this book on our new ami easy plan. the same being the 3rd day of said month, to KRVrKrAii HvL
The judge did so, and blest if that mosquito Many of the lady and gentlemen agents the Miches and bi-Ht bidder for rsah, the follow.inif marovRKV.,rallahle aiul anfarabat for mil*.
hole in its left and doscrlhed real estate, situated In Brevard aiga.rlva, aoanty or nnltiful
didn't have a who are. at woik are making from $.i0 to county, Florida, to-wlt 1 All that certain tract .Now oh an nnderbit in its right ear, as shore asI'm $200 per month. Veterans, sons and of real entate situate, lying and being in llrevard lnvlvurabiathHa orwans.. Ila.
sitting here. Everybody knew daughters of Veterans, and others interested county, Florida half, and to-witi The south or lot No. 11, ot a sul III tSallil 4il In Jalm
Dan's Snark, and the court was convinced are requested to send for a beautiful division of lot 1 of section twonty eight (2S), for plain partloular.wraf par.. Molil Sr liifal
rln buying seeds"economy ie WnV aKl that Tompkins must have been Illustrated descriptive circular (free) township twenty-six CM),south of range thlrtv- -K'wlil""" ff *B M K l t- 'W\\
fVvF extraves-anee'because tnecost Cbt a u, 1U.
Addiess Courier- seven ((37))east of a survey by It. II. llurrlinel,
o'oultlVHtloDwaatedonlnft VwffvtfM and terms to agents.
# rlorBee ls prowlin round bis ranch. It was what county surveyor,mude February lrd and With,
wd always largely exoeeds tbe original Uf W call circumstantial evidence Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville, Ky, ISW, and recorded In book "i" page 744, of the Sold by J. B. Screven, only.IMnritpple '
*>**of tbe best and dearest seeds to you would good and MEN' OU ilH
records of Hrevard county, Florida, eontains l
* l"u Tbe b"t always the Dan
MM 3 chenpeat. Pay a trine juore for wA and ten minntes 3 37H-IOO acres, or so much thereof aa may rcspunslbla YVt iaH

was on bis way home." Announcement.By be necessary,a.d to costs realise of suit the,amount etc.M. due tbe complainant Orange ami I cmoiiLniul established house in Florida. Salary Pi'l ai

I FERRY'S (I There was a little silence among tbe COMlflMITir, For Sale Clicnp.I 780 and expenses. Position permanent. tl Bal
boys, and then the one who bad broken special arrangement made with the
L"f4. 40 glass balls out of a possible 60 suggested Outdoors Publishing Company, of New stamped envelope. The National, Hlar rM

SEEDS that some lemonade be banded Tork, the proprietor of the Ai>vocatk, have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2D,0T hi'X aH

and alwayi get year money's worth. ffkAwiA around at his expense. Washington will, for the low price of $2.0!), send the Advertise in and land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below

KSL Five Always centa the per bent,paper(teed Annual everywhere.free. jm kwkO.M.FERRY K Star. Advocate and the monthly" Illustrated Eden, 40 of which being northeast AGENTS $23 to .' per week easy. fCtl l

a CO..Detroit.M>cLfHyi This magazine is an exceptional"Outdoors, opportunity for on year.and Subscribe for ## quarter of northeast quarter of section You work right around home. A brand laK. Bai
I You WM M
of without 18 township 38 south of 41 east; new thlnfr. Write to us quick
should be taken advantage ,
Reply.A W Bdone.
Jack Tar's It be <
will be siir >rlsed at how easily cat) J
as this special offer will hold good the other 40 is the northeast quarter (
i sailor was recently brought before for a ,short time only. To those who already the DAILY DAYTONIANOf of southeast quarter of section 3, Send us your address, anyway iMlTaaalit
bis wife, when mill be tii Interest to, Investigate. aal
a magistrate for beating receive the Advocate the magazine township 38, south of range 41 east. your ;B >'
YOUR FORTUNE the magistrate attempted to reach bis "Outdoors," will be sent for 75cents. The above land can be bought for $10 Write to-day. Address, 'People's, ,
iU.Vf bejitta. Tonr happiness la your atrenutb. heart by asking bim if be did not know Make all remittances to Clias.U. Daytona, Fla.Tbe per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, 3911 Market St., Philadelphia, ,P*. M M

lle.U and aaa brain Thraal la alwejra clear at real and and aealthyrvOmUHfH eaae.pTMufi' that his wife was the "weaker vessel." Walton, Tltusvllle, Florida.Doa't only Dally Paper between orange, lemon or lime growing.

"If she is, she ought not to carry so St. Augustine and Key West. Will be'sold In lots of 40 acres, for "V\7"/xxxtoc3.. 3MC ,xx |
!'"* * mankind la all head troubles.i m
Jack. London TitBits. Dally news despatches.Tbe cash. This land will soon be worth $50 H
much sail, replied to sell staple w
In section at once
33VL' Tha* awfwt * efCatarrll dieH every
sad Baaoks Tear lw j.To acre.
i.Ki. US? '""* Wonderfnl In Hay r eraod Tobarre Spit largest local circulation In Daytona per to C. II. Walton Awvocatk goods to dealers; no peddling; experience m H
quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag; and la read In between Apply Hmonth.
town line.
".*"' s a nr>M* 4 ear u. BrctsHaii la rraetlee."Do take. NoToBae every office to Robblns A. Graham Tltusvllle unnecessary; best side $73.00 a m
Not So netlo. full of life, nerve and visor : or ,
St, and West the M
pats eo., tiiosmxs,usv.V.a. a.WANTED tbe theory that man ,tbe wonder-worker, that makes weak men Angustine Key on tf Salary and expenses or large jE
you accept strong. All drags-lets.Wo or St. Curecuaraoteed. East Coast.Advertising. commission made. Address, with 3 cent W H
Is a free moral agent? Booklet and sample free. Address rates I Subscription: tamp for sealed partieu lars,Clifton Soap m Hnd
FAITHFUL MEN OR "Well, it may be all right in theory- Sterling Remedy Co, Chicago or New York. on application. I One Tear, $1; Six What do yon need in tbe beads way bill of Manufacturing Company, Clncinnatl H
note and letter
to travel for responsible) bat I've been married 80 yeara. Cbioago ...... I months, $J.00. envelopes heads, statements, tag*, cards,, etofWe Ohio. M

'ItSt Uhed hou" ,n >T rida. Salary Journal. The Advocat* U still giving away, Address'the) shall be glad to have a share of your

and expenses. Position permanent for a long Uxa* free, tobacco seed of the finest grade. work. We bare a first-class |ob department [Remember, the AovocAT*. .Titus. I f LUvllle
,i Reference. Enclose self-addressed Porcelain coins were Call and get some, .with instructions for DArrosuAj* PuBLisniiro Co. (Inc.), connected" with the Advocate, does all kinds of Job printing. Give I I Mas

Insurance stamped envelope.' -The) National, Star mrrent in Sianv > .* < Its cultivation. Daytona, TU.It and all we ask Is a thttre of your work. a share of your work.] I 1

Bldg., Chicago.

l H. INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE.-K prolific food supplies of the world. have accepted the Invitation, as, I assure Some few growers at Tropic managed MONEY And From ****
It would have been of their Pineapples
| Whatever of success attends the you a great pleasure to save a portion crop. .
to me to be with you.1'leana and oranges were uninjured, so
,! j A WIHir lOOXXAIi DIVOTID TO TUB DBVRLOrUKMT congress will be due in a 'large assure the City Council that Iam far as can be learned at present. It is
| or TI1M INDIAN HIV KB, LAKE.j measure to Governor filnxham, who preHaing with all my might the matter feared that guavas are killed. Mr. Treutler -
j j WORTH AHO BIHOA.VNC BA V BBOITOHS.I has always evinced an especial interest of lights for Indian River. I am to gathered orange blossoms off the
in this branch of industry, have another audience with the LightHouse Wilson grove, Tuesday, toat were not

| PDIIUSHIU EVKHY FRIDAY.I and who has spa.ed no pains to and I believe Hoard I during shall succeed.the present With week assurances , affected by tha cold. Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits)

bring this undertaking to a successful of high legard and esteem, Iam ,

CHAitLK* It. Wai/tow, Editor & rroprletor. issue. sincerely your friend Kout., W. Davis. Sail Making.I Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

? THE COLD WAVE. am prepared to make all kinds of for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to oil
M KM II Kit OF Eau Gallie.Capt. sails and do first-class woik below Chicago man
t THE FLOUIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, prices. Give me a tii.il. beast Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
The opening of the new year was Address II. Beneke, sailmaker,
I Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P.
A1T1IIATKI> WITH THKf marked by another gentle reminder Andiews and family, of Eden, Titusville, Fla.Sheriff's .
% j National Editorial Association.J that we are not dwellers "below the spent Jfew Year's Day here. ,

frost line," which mythical barrier The olcycle path Is not yet finished.It Sale.TTNBEH .
is said the trouble is at the Melbourne | E. McMURRAY Carri 6an(1(
has in the last decade made such S RSLTX
Jr l>lHC end of the ,
{, at t il ollluo or by writing.Cnork.eto. rapid stridea southwards. While job and by virtue of an exnrntlnn lnnuoil
| the cold has done considerable temporary Mrs. Valentine and the Misses Valentine 11 out of the County Court for Hrevanl county
of Tillman, weie guests at Hotel Florida, on the Uth day or Oetober,
.,may be made payable to Chablr* damage to the vegetable Granada New Year's 1807, In a certain pihiho tliercln landing, whirein -
Day. the Titusville Klnctrlo Ll ht Co. ia plaintiff
Waltoit, ami proprietor
t H. piililinbor harm is done
crops, no permanent and Duren & Feanter are defendants, I have
to the orange groves, nor are the The steamer ('ourtenay is expected to levied upon and will sell at public auction, in
leave West Palm Beach next Saturday. front of till Court House door at Titusville,
I Alilrenn all communication* to pineapple fields in this section hurt Her arrival here depends upon her success Florida,during the legal hours of sale, on the" Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, nand Carts, etc etc
) I INDIAN UIVKR ADVOCATK, to any serious extent. A few weeks in getting through the Lake Worth FIRST MOXDAY IX FEBRUARY, Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
canal. the same being the Ttb day of the month, and
$ > TrrnsviiXK, Florida. will replace the loss entailed by legal sales day, to the highest and best bidder - ... .
the cold weather, and if we ore not The Casino was a scene of mirth and for oaah, the following deso lbod real estate <
to-wit: Ilegin 210 feet west of the northeast
% visited by another cold apell later jollity, New Year's eve, on the occasion corner of the northwest quarter of section 4,
: Nuw Y nK Okkicb: in the when the isup of the annual bal masque. Professor township 22 south, range M east) thence run The New "'
j? Metropolitan Itulldlnfr, 1 MaillHon Ave.i on spring, sap Schuyler, of Indianola, furnished the south 240 feet,thence west 417 feet,thence north i *
in the trees, the effects of the music, and dancing was indulged In 'tilla IMufeetto the township line; thence east 417 .
feet to the point of beginning,containing 2 U-10
recent frost will soon be lost sight late hour.It acres,and being in the northeast quarter of the
|i U. 8. I>ei>urtnieiit of Agriculture of. On the whole, it is perhaps a Is northwest quarter of seotion 4, township 22 Door
rumorod that Mr. Harrison will south,range as east,the same having been lev- Selden Cypress Company
J Weather Hiircuu Jupiter, Fla. good thing to bo occasionally reminded take the Casino building down, shortly led npon as the property of Arthur T. Feaster.JOSEni .
that frost is a possibility and build cottages of tho lumber. The P. BROWN, ,
jf'j Tho following is a compnratlve slateSj which should be guarded against Casino should be owned by the. town Jan7-fet>4 Sheriff,Etc.
*' mentof temperature and rainfall for thoif authorities, but of course, the usual
: week end!agTuosd.iy, Jan. 4, 1K0H. as far as possible, otherwise we are plea of "do money" would ba put In. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
<$ I8U7-08 16 i-f! >7If apt to grow careless and overconfident
Our holiday visitors have
*- -* MATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.' and to rati to take the their respective homes. Kingan departed Hodg for and by virtue of an attachment and One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind
2K ((10 5 72 02 precautions for which recent experience son returning to his studies at Stetson UNDER issued out of the County Court

!'If" ;2 w fill ; Mrs. Deurauw is plaintiff nd Mary E. Titus is defendant
kg 31 T2 63 75 70 Sweet tp Titusville.We I have levied upon and will sell atpiiblio
T 1 02 :i 15 70 auction, 11 front of the court house door, And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
?l i 2 4;) :n 75 mr CANAVERAL CREEK. regret to announce the death ofMr at Titusville, lirevard county, Florida, during years In CypreBs) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the b
: / 3 63 31 75 70rf James Warren, brother of Mrs. the legal hours of sule,on the possible material and woikmanshlp at our hands. Our production will covet
Thomas Barbour, which occurred on FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 18118, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.20 Inchon
The committee appointed to investigate Christmas day,' at his home in New the same being the 7th dav of February, 181)8, to
\ ? Departure from normal rainfall for the the highest and best bidder, for cash, the following
:*Vf week: minus 0. fin Inches. Departure the probable cost and York. Deceased will be remembered by described lands of said defendant, lying
X'i' feasibility of dredging Banana many Eau Gallie people as an affable and being in Provanl county, Florida to-wlt:
from normal rainfall since January 1,
All the north-half of lot L of Titus Addition to
j> rain iihO..'1.1 inches.'Yf creek have made the following kindly gentleman, having visited the town ot Titusville; Also all lot 9 of block
Heavy frost on morning of Jan. 2nd which have here some two years since. He has been HI; all lots or block 18; nil of lot 8 or block 81;
computations, in poor health for a long time past. nlrof lots 7 8,9 and 10 of block 21), and all of
f% ami 3rd. Killing front this morning, kindly furnished to the Advocate lots 1, 2 and 3 of blork 30, and all lot six ((0) of
> (Jan. 4)); minimum temporaturo 35; very The thermometer went down to 28 block K,of the Town of Titusville, as per LeHuron's -
$$ destructive to vegetable* and pineapples.4f by Mr. Geo. M. Robhins : A channel Saturday night and Sunday night, as a map of said town.
J.V.. Cuonk, Observer.jl 3} feet deep at low water, 30 consequence our vegetable growers are JOSEPH P. BROWN,
IF feet wide at the bottom, with one now busy planting a new crop of beans. 7jan-4feb Sheriff Urevard County.Jr.LAi Town Lots Now on Sale !

to one and a half inch slope, will

THE STATE CAPITAL make an average cut of a foot and
a for ten miles about A HOTEL
qtiurter or ST. AUGUSTINE, TLA.
80,000 cubic A channel A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
1 yards.
If our state capital ia to be reT Most centrally located.. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic
] moved, and there ia every reason three feet deep will require (3} miles ocean. Splendid view from Its long and broad verandas. Kates, $2.00 per day and ,
%I why it should be, the roost suitable rf dredging of an average depth of upward; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

# and convenient city for its site will 9 inches, or about i'.O.OOO cubic A. S. PELL.

be Jackeojivilie, which is npw and yards. Allowing 10 cents per cubic
|tit always will be the commercial metropolis yard for the work of dredging, the CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

|| of Florida. Other cities cost of the first project would be HOTEL MAGNOLIA, sr. august,
about $8,000 and the second about In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
f'U will no doubt advance their claims The Hotel Magnolia isibeing renovated, and improved. Will open January

for the boa or, but they will And it $3,000.Il 10th. Kates,.$2.50 per day and upward.J Fruit and Vegetable Lands onIVJCiaxirii
now remains to be ascertained
"fj diillcult show in what
to respect J GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
'>v they can lead Jacksonville aa the what outside aid can be obtained j Hiver' axiicl Bay DBiscaxyne.

jj proper place for the convening ofu to put the project into execution, &y* Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

-| our legislatures and the promulga. and whether our people are ready Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
#*| i tion of our laws. Tho present cap.2U5 and willing to bear their share of CLARK LUMBER CO. ,

ital is altogether too far removed the expense.In ...

*iT from the centre of .the state, and

Tf we of South Florida seem almost Brittany there is aaid to prevail ORANGE MILLS, (Near Palatka) FLORIDA.Firstclass CHAS. RWELSHANS
'I to lose sight of our senators and a curious marriage custom.On ,
[ > representatives when they bury certain fete days the young ladies Building1 Material, true to dimensions, furnished as

j. I themselves ia the picturesque but are in red petticoats, with white A fine t trepresented. stock of Lumber can be forwarded to

<| distant city, which has nothing tot or yellow borders around them, any CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
f commend it as the capital of the The number of borders denotes the part of Florida at short notice.Wrlto ,

ii state, except perhaps its age, beau* portion the father is willing to give for prices,;or call upon our Seabreeze (Fla.) agent, ** HAIR AND LATH. **
1 ty and associations. A feeling ofki his daughter. Each white band
conservatism may induce some to denotes silver one hundred francs | N. S. DAYTON.Bbknard .

| regard the removal as undesirable, per annum ; each yellow band represents State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

| [ but in these latter Jays conserva. gold a thousand francs ayear. .
: 1 tlsm must giv way to utility, and Peteji J. Nevins. Old 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Hogan Street,

,",! | the numerous advantages that .BERNARD ABEL & CO. .JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

> I Jacksonville possesses over any The thanks of the Advocate are . .

jj other place, point to that city asI due Congressman R. W. Davis for

l the future capital of the peninsular a copy of the "Yearbook of the

state. /\ United States Department of Agriculture Commission Merchants Bicycle Ba aans... .

," for 1890. There are many ,

,: j THE NATIONAL FISHERY CONf interesting and instructive papers Corner Washington and Jay Streets, NEW YORK.FLOUIDA THE ELGIN \
included in the volume which contains / THE ENVOY
-f GRESS. nearly 700 and of PltODUOTS A SPECIALTY.
pages, one Is a good wheel. 7 %A
J JT I a good wheeL
i especial interest to Floridians on Refer to Irving National Hank, New York; to all Commercial j k.
} *' The Hon. T. T. Wright, in a let- the "Methods of" propagating the Florida Growers, whoso shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt Agencies reply; to The price is right. gU The price is right.Boys' .
;., J iter recently to hand referring to orange and other citrus fruits," by ''as to market pi ices, or any information in our line.

.' j .the National Fishery Congress, to Prof. Herbert J. Webber.We .

.-. be held in Tanipa on the ltttli inst.,
r..Vf ays : "Florida's richest heritage FEE & STEWART.
J T are her water farms, their develop. would respectfully call the .. Headquarters for and Girls' Bicycles $20.00 and upward. H
1 attention of the railway companies
meat will add millions yearly to
of the United States the
to fact

; ;!! a catienal the.State feature of Florida.in this As direction an edu-, that it would be very much to the Vehicles, Harness, Etc Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE, HCopleston's

'' I citizen of Florida living comfort of their patrons if an even The most complete stock of General Hardware, Stoves, Furniture, Crockery
.every near
temperature were kept in' the cars Rugs, Mattings, etc., to be found South of Jacksonville, and at Popular Prices
the ocean, a lake or river, who during cold weather. The practice Fine line of Enameled and Nickeled Copperware. Full line of Coffins and Caskets'

V' -can attend this fishery congress, which at present prevails of alternately Agents for Aermoter windmills. Planet Jr's., Angle lamps, Harrison's and Elko Dye Works. I
** hould endeavor to do so, and send Paints. jy-Remlt cash with order and save the discounts. Gentsciotiing
\ from their various sections all roasting and freezing the MELBOURNE
I unfortunate is
not conducive
> ( products of value to exhibit passenger
M itiJa congress. Parties seeking new at to health, and could easily i Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired, aiso ladies- dresses, mWe
be remedied by keeping a thermometer

/ ileitis for profitable business in.J .
guarantee our dye not to rub off
in the cars and making a point or fade. Trices moderate. Return -
a -duatries/Biay well turn their .
atten.tioa of maintaining the same temperature press paid on all work received by the Southern Express Co.E. .
to water farming the
; product aa nearly as possible during arun. ....
.of same are not effected
droutjbs nor frost." by We should like to see our local J, COPLESTONJ Prop,,

a; ,| All matters connected with, the railways lead in this matter.I ARMOUR'S TINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S 27 Newnan St., West Side, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fl

ilsblnr Industry will be considered I VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

M } { at the congress, nor will the in. LETTER OF THANKS.
B-; texests
B be forgotten; ia fact, it is intend. With reference to the invitation recently because they are the very highest standard of excellence. The Premier Flour of America. I

# cd to cover the field completely, soot by Titusville'a City Council
M | to our esteemed Congietwman, the Hon. For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
and to the for
pave way a friendly
Itobt. W, Davis, take pleamire in
interchange of ideas among the publishing his replyK which Is as follows; ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S Unexcelled I
f* nations, and to this end it ia Biscuit
? U.S., 1 1Wasiiixutox FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
posed at the close of the
congress Dec. 27th, 07, j
jg" to organize an International Fish* Judge Minor S. Jones, Tltu-vllle, Fla.: BLOOD, BONE AND TOTASH.

t ry Association, and it Js possible My dear Judge; I did not go home I For fl I IBread.
; ,hat < call will be issued for a ses- for a vacation, but took a short trip to Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can give ll HflJ mi
M'gCf lon >o be held at Paria during the New York with my family, and we have you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

j Xreat exposition of 1000. just returned to Washington, where I Use our Complete Brands
you will get the best
.,' \ From this it will be seen that found I wish your to esteemed thank you favor and beg awaiting that you roe. prUt; etc, furnished on application. We shall appreciate very a trial results.order.ARM'pUR Analyses, J ntflj E IRepresented1
Hj j this congress is of no small imporH will convey my thanks also to (he City Pastry.
tance, being unireraal in its scope, Council of Titusvllle, for their hospital-1
H *-od the beginning of the thorough fry ia Inviting ma to spend a few days In I & COMPANY,
Tltuaville, aa tha gnast of the city. If 11
| M- development of one of tbe most bad been ta Florida I should most gladly I FLA-1
; Jacksonville. Fla. bj P. M. BURST, JACKSONVILLE

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tba food par*. Melbourne.GltODK .
vhtllMIM oil (UllchMis.fetikiN .
I>E.-R tl Ktat and Loan*. FERTIL
Airrnttor .Ktna, London anil Liverpool and
IHolie.anil limwrinl Fire Insurance. Special >'
/ M m .Saro
attention paid u> tbe lnteroau of noure>lHOTFL .

Hinmte.l on a hinli bluff, over
looking the Indian
River. Flrxt-ruu* acconimodatlona -
,and rate, remwnahle.
*. ROBERTSON, Proprietor.

Huxiiar, Mr*. Chas J, K. Campbell Co., Mil
linery, Jxjtlmm, Pry Gondii, Lanie*' mic-, wers.
made and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renown .
ed Comets,etc.. embroidery ami colored silks.
souvenir spoons, stationery,etc.HOTFL .
All Aroun d For tlllssox*.

BELIKVl'E, MELBOURNE, FLA. Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED JT** Before buying the following Mateilals be snro and apply tous
Loiely River In a sholterad

iVbaolutely Pv.roROVAk erate situation rates.Superior accommodations. Mod hiH ANALYSIS: for pi Ices, mid ill prove to you wo can savo you money.

W. R. CAMI-HELL, Proprietor.
Moisture. 8 to 10A STEAMED BOXE, RAW BONE,
Ammonia to tl
Louis A. Lyman, returned to Rollins [ Available Kiinl(| to Sulphate l'liosidiorio of Ammonia.Acid .. 3(1 to 21Mo IIt BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, n

AKINd MH*CO.,MW V0 K. college, Winter Park, on Monday.Mrs. Kipial to Hone.I'liospliate. ot Lime. to II DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Potash KJII 5 to HIt
Kiteiingi Valkaila, was a pleasant K<|iial to Sulphate of Potash..,. to 10to SULPHATE OK AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
visitor to our town on Tuesday.Mr. EHhi Magnesia,Lime,Soda, etc. . y> 0EST" ,
Write for Special .
C. J. Hector died at his home in Pamphlet.JJ3T"
K.Georgiana. Ciescent City Thursday morning, at 5 COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.
5o'clock. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low o

28 Sunday morning.Vesey . M. Ely came up from Roseland to H prices.
upend New Year's D.iy with his

turns for Hall forty has dollars shipped worth and of received beans, friends here.Prof. many Pleas o Correspond with uh boforo being induced, to buy from Denlorn. Send for A

fore the cold came.Mr. Harry WIntels returned from Pamphlet.
Deland on Monday and

>ms. from and Mrs.Mrs.Flora Kingsley Wtttfeld have, in tented Sirs, opened on Tuesday.Mrs. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

tick's house, and are now occupying W. I. Metcalf returned homo ,
fm.Mis.. from Miami on Tuesday, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss May.Geo. J"ciclrson.TrIll DF'lorid.su'
Grace Iliscock left Monday, for ,
r new home, near Quitman, Ua,, tola Winters, Virgil Moon and Aldcn
her husband, who had driven a Hadley have returned from their cruise
\m from Lynnvllle, Oi, south on the good ship Sybil, and report Friday night, for the benefit of shelling morning, making purchases.Tho .
a delightful time.Mr. our streets. We learn that a nice little <
Mrs. Alice Fish went as far as Tituslla lealizod.Sebastian.. steamer St. Sebastian made a trip G. G. SPRINGER x
with her sister, to visit her mother, and Mis. Jas. T. Hogg and Miss sum was down the llvor this week, to deliver
B-8. Hall, who is very feeble. She is Eloise spent New Year's Day with Mrs. some of the hnavy freight airiving atTitusvllle.
Ith her daughter-in-law, Mis. Theda Hogg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. .
11.jWhlte. Qoode. Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
Master Rnbuin Otwell was seen In our

frost Tuesday morning. "Uncleughie" Vance Richmond, of Meadville, Pa., The temperature went down to 21 this town one day this week.Mrs. I

was up at 4 o'clock and had and Clarence Coggin, of San Francisco, tlmo. J. N. Chalker was calling on Mrs.W. A if
J (ires going among his pineapples, as ainse are two of the new pupils who entered Bisbee, one aftornjou this week. ICE
Miss Pearl Kennedy and Quinn Gibson
smoke is believed to keep "JackroHt" High school this week.Mr. %
returned from St. Augustine Saturday. Colds In section nl-
from getting in his woik success- and Mrs. John Goode and Mrs. are plentiful our ;
jjlly.gJIrs.. Coggin spent New Year's D.iy at Krcildoune Stanley Kitching made a trip up the most every one is sneezing.Messrs. .

Ida Nelson, of Miami, and her Inn, Rowland, the guests of Mr. road as far as New Smyrna this week. C. Creech and Sanders, of

pier, Mrs. Lun.i Ilalulin, of Melbourne, and Mrs. L. C. Mooie.Capt. The bean growers are hard at work Banyan, were up the early part ot this [Distilled Water

kme up Thursday, to visit their father Uohn McAllister, of Eau Gallie, re-planting. week, on business.

&d mother. Mr. and Mrs. Page. They brought down in his fast little boat the MIsb Edith Kitching left on Tuesday The recent heavy winds has lowered
fetinned home Monday, taking the Misses Benlah Wilson and Clara Landon for a visit to Stuart. the water in the Banana and Indian Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
children with them.J and Arthur Wilson, to call upon friends, River.
last Monday afternoon.Rev. Henry Copperthite and party aro'gator FACTORIES hi
W. D. Owens has been
supplying some Quite a number of ducks can bo Been
St. Johns marsh.
Irie pork to his neighbors this week. DuBose and his family, of Suwan hunting on on our rivers sinco the tecont cold spells. Cocoa and West Palm Bench.
Till is. always on time carrying the mail, nee, Tenn., are now spending the winter The cold wave killed banana plants
old or hot, wet or dry, calm or windy; among us, in their pretty home in South and.vegetables, but orange, lemon and Horace Sams, of Banyan, was transacting
Eels suie to get along all right, and Melbourne, much to the delight of their ffiiava trees nie all right; pines are businuns In Lotus, the eaily part of 14rri <
this week.Capt. .
gverybody appreciates his punctuality many friends here. doubtful.

|nd regularity. Among the Jarvis, of Cocoa, was In our burg CELERY AND CABBAGE PLANTSLAROR.HTOCKVCEMCRV /
many pleasant guests at
the of this week for
eaily soliciting
Oranges are not damaged at all. PinoIpples Hotel Carleton are Mrs. Kate Gillman, Courtenay.
H. Williams of Philadelphia.J. .
show the effects of the cold
on of Voungstown, O.; Mrs. V. Richmond,
the outer loaves in some localities In Meadville, Pa.; Mrs. Sprague, Washing Ragan, of Banyan, was In our burg PLANTS, I>waif, Golden Heart, Ooldon SelfBlaiiehlng -
Ipots. A. Z. Bruner's Held may be ton, D. C,; Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Bender, New Year's Day passed very quietly Tuesday.Messrs.. Olaut 1'iucliall, Whito Hume 2.75 per 1000CABUAOE
lightly damaged. R. B. Bnrchflel's N. Y. F. C. Hewitt lieie.St.. iMiccesslon Suretiead Flut Dutch Drumhead
Albany, ; Oswego, N.Y. Bruner ami Smith of Cocoa Karly
ingest plants are near Indian River, and .; Robert Biush, Osage, Iowa. Clair Nisbct, of Indt.inoli, wasIn Bench, were over this week, ,purchasing bummer .. . 3.75 per 1000
eem to be scarcely touched. II. K.Jughes' Also Know bull.CAULIFLOWER.
best plants are farther back The New Year's dance given by the town for a while last Sunday. crate material.Mrs. *4.0rtporl000ASl'ARAOItA.S v

rom the river, and show more signs ofhe Misses Allie and Mollle Nicholson and The cold blizzard that came upon us Thomas Greon nnd Miss Nettle Mammoth, Conovor's Colossal, and Palmetto 4.1)0) per 1000
leaves being fiozen. Dr. Chambers' Annie and Jessie Goode, at Educational list Saturday right killed everything in Fitzgerald called on Mrs. U. It. Stewait, Horse Radish Sets 1.00 per IXiL. (
Ine, large Held appears to have fared hall, List Saturday night, was a great the vegetable llne> but no damage wan of Brantley, one day this week.
ibout the same. Can't tell yet what the success. Among those present were: done to the orange groves. CAMERON, Seedsman,
will Mesdames Elizabeth Campbell, S. F.Gibbs Miss Annie Taylor arrived homo from
onsequences are damaged be upon badly the that fruit. Tonatoes R. W. Goode, Geo. Bell; Mr. and Major II. J. Tiffin spent last Monday Deland, where alio has been attending 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
were Mrs. Carter Snedeker, Mr. and Mis Chas in Cocou and Titusvllle. We aro Informed the Teachers' Institute.N. .
ruiting; young plants not so much. SiI
by him that the Royal Buckliounds -
Jeans aio not all killed yet. Truckers Metcalf; the Misses Lillie Robertson, Hunt Club will be opened on or L. Fort ariived back from Miami.Monday. .
Gladys Wells Sarah Eiscn Sousa Carter
rill plant again as soon as the ground Ho reports everything killed
about the 23th of this month.
ets warmed up. Jennie Miller, Annie Uazlehurst, Helen In that section by the rocent cold spell.Mrs. .
Miller and Maria J ones. Messrs. Chas.II. Quite a number of'' young peoplo attended The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
Stewart, Chas. and W. A. Campbell, the New Year's ball at Indianola Thos. Greon and Miss Fit7geiald
When in want of any kind of building T. C. Nicholson, B. A. Downey, Wilmer from our little town, among them the spent Wednesday in Cocoa nnd Kockledge. ,

literlal, In car loads or otherwise, the Ely, Richard Henley, Alexander Goode, Misses Mamie Harper Addle and CellieSams .

itiilders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine.'HI John Nicholson, bam Martin, Wm. M, and Me rs. S. B. Symmds, J. D.Sams The recent cold spell did considerable (LATE CHAPMAN A HUDLOW.)
be pleased to make a delivered Chaffee Stanford Wells E. D. Oslln
you F. L. Whitlock and Chas. T. Harper. damage in our section. Beans, tomatoes,
lice at your station. You have nogent's Prescott Wells, Chas. Oslln, T. Hibbs, They all report a very pleasant eggplants and all vegetables were frozen: South Jacksonville, Florida.
or middleman's commission tony. Eioest B. Taylo., Arthur M. Wilson, J.B. time.
the and trees escaped unhurt.
> Mills, Robert Biush.Micco.. oranges orange MANUFACTURER OF
The thermometer registered 'U .
The way of the poor trucker Is hard.J. .

West Palm Beach. Roseland.P. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples, Oranges, and

I>. CltAIIII keeps a flrat-claaa Baloon. Wine*,
Lorillard's yacht, Caiman, has been beera, whtxkiea, lirancty and rum, Imported
and ilomeatlo cigars,,tobaono and cigarette*. and Dealers In Kind of Raw Material
The school board met, Tuesday, as Sir. and Mrs. Jerome were calling onMis. anchoied In the Sebastian river for some Pries nf llipiorn from $1(HI to$.1 no per |{allon. Every *
isual.Courty. Ella Hauls last Tuesday.It time.Q. Prompt attention to telegraph and mail
orders. Term*Caah. Couoa,Via.J Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc. Also
court convened at Juno, Mon- looks as If somebody was having a"hot" Gibson has returned from St. Augustine 1>. LKAD1I, Agt.Rilantt ,
lay morning, with Judge Heyser on the time, judging by the flres wo see where he has been spending the Tlio 37VXxxi.otis XXard-Tlzrtos XIx touch. on the other side of the river. holidays.Messrs..
Tonr HftweU With Caacaret*. Ammonia ,4 to 8 per cent i
New Yea s Day here, was anything Smoke up, boys, "it's a long lane that W. Seely, Charleston, W. Va.; Candy Cutlmrtlc, euro conatlpatlon forever. Available rhoM. Acid. ,(I to 8 per cent f Por $2/5.00 per Ton.
Jut pleasant; a cold wind blew from the has no ash barrel;" although we have Judge Guthrie, Point Pleasant, W. Va.; lOo,iifio. If C C.C.full,drugtlata( refund money. Potash K O. 6 to 7 per cont )

lorth all day.Dr. been knocked out again, we are still "in and A. Alexander, Winstoad, W. Va., Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for

Jackson of Miami and the ring." have arrived for an extended visit to ...w. a. i>owill... Prices. Orders for 2 tons and unwinds for our brands will be delivered freo of ail
County toRoseland. railroad tho East Coast at untlt
freight charges to any depot on catalogue prices,
>upt. Merritt, of Lemon City, were visit Mrs. Kimball, who has been visiting LAND ATTORNEY
ing our little city, Tuesday, in attendance here for the past few months, returned and Mrs. J. Goode, of Melbourne, further notice,
on the school board.A to New York last week, being called and her sister, Mrs. Coggin, of San Francisco Tallahassee, Florida. it1I
on business.Lorillard's spent New Year's Day with Mrs.L. .
game of base ball was Indulged in, away C. Moore, at Ercildoune Plantation. Formerly Corresponding Secretary In
between the east and west side, on New houseboat Caiman passed the State Land Office and Bureau of Immigration. I
Year's Day, on the Poinciana grounds. here, Wednesday, on her way north, Saturday night we had frost, Sunday Status of lands in any section Fred'k. S. Morse ;
The score seems to have been pretty having been in the Sebastian river for night, ice, and Monday night more frost. of the state given as far as shown >< xrvrr
ell on one side. How about it boys? about two weeks.Capt. Vegetables are all killed and pineapples by the recoids of the State Land Office.
Vhen did you say another game would aro badly hurt. Some of the orange Abstracts, maps, plats and Meld notes
>e played? Canova and some other gentlemen trees were nipped a little. L. C. Moore's procured and furnished upon appllca-
from Lorillard's houseboat Caiman frost proof grove Is claimed to uphold tion Interests of non-resident property
The number of strange faces on our were calling on John Delaney last week. its reputation. Tbe Illrsch grove and holders a specialty, Taxes paid and re-
treets is an evidence tbat the tourists While here, they were shown over Mr.Delaney's that of Col. II. P. Rufiner are reported demptions made. arvrr, JDctclo Oo., FLOIirDiV.
re again with us. They arrive by every pineapple plantation.Micco as unhurt. D. Cain had shipped most

lain. The Palm Beach Inn, which has again been visited by a of his fruit apd thinks the remainder is
pcned on Xmas Day, is well patronized freeze, which has killed all vegetables all safe. THE JOHNSON LAW CO,
lready. The many small hotels and and badly injured tho pines that were not ,
rivate boarding bouses are also well Florida East Coast Railway Company,
covered the trees were not hurt
: orange
Subscriber, vour attention Is drawn
lied. in the feast, nor the pines that weie EST to the name-and-date slip pasted upon Electrical & Mechanical Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company,

Last Thursday eveningthe Knights of under cover. your paper or wrapper. If you are in Boston Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company."A .

Pythias gave an excellent entertainment arrears, please remit.
la their Castle nail. A musicale and Buy lumber and other building material ENGINEERS.Tbe .

beautifully lecture were decorated the features., and The did hall great was Co., St.direct Augustjne from ,the and Builders'save the lumberyard Supply Lotus.'Skeets Most Complete Electrical Supply Morsel flt for the gods,"
to the
occasion. The lecture by
man's commission.
In tbe State
Past Grand Chancellor Wm. Wilson De
Hart, was excellent, and was heartily cool wind.L. .all gone; could not stand the "and prices to snit the man."

enjoyed by an audience of about three Fort Pierce.
hundred. The Tnusicale waj well arlanged D. Hancock was in our burg Monday
and was a treat to all. last, after crate material.Mrs. .
The pineapple growers In this section "Coin Special" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon
Sunday night was the coldest in years. are.looking quite "blueTbe /' Thomas Green and Miss Nettle J sij
The thermometer Id places going down Fitzgerald were calling on Mrs. Dr.Capron .
as low as 29=, but everything being so public school is in suasion again, Monday afternoon. Manufactured byTHEG.
dry and such a strong wind blowing all after a holiday of two weeks.
Archie Chambers was seen In our
done.night, there was bo material damage Carpenters are busy at work remodeling town the early part of this week.G. .
Monday night was somewhat the store of A. Y. Hogg A Co. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
warmer, but no wind, consequently alieavy F. Ronald returned home, after ,
frost, which,baa completely"doneP Miss Ross, of Eden, spent a day in our spending Christmas with his parents at
a great truck farms. It is not town this week, visiting her friend, Miss .
many atDaytona. Va KaflBHwESB aVr Chicago and So. Orsaha. Florida branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.rrlces .
however too late for these to be replanted Laura Cole.Messrs. .
and reach market in good time yet. Davis and Dittmar have steamer. E. W. Spartan Capron was Monday.C. a passenger. ontbe on Lard, Canned Meats, Bacon, etc., furnished on application.

The pineapples have been badly hurt by bought out tbe Fort Pierce Lumber Co.We .
Tuesdays night's froat. The extent of wish them success.W. D. Provost transacted business InTitusvllle
lamage cannot just now be obtained. It Tuesday last.E. .
to be Ilankins left on New Year's JOB FBJXTTXXTGOF
hoped that it is not as bad as at W.
int thought. Day for Houston, Fla., to the regret of Ebersold, of Oceanus, was doing
his many friends at this place.Messrs. business with our mercbauta Wednes

Remember that the India* 'Kivra Ross, Thompson and KI day.Messrs. ALL KINDS it

4** doB *u kinds of job printing berly, of Conn., arrived here) on Tues Hart aad McMann, of Hartland IiMuUd at theADVOCATE .1
snort notice. Send tbem an order day's steamer, to spend the) winter. were in town Wednesday.Mrs. THE JOHNSON LAW CO., -

M be job convinced printing done.tbat It Is tbj>lace toe Quit* a pleasant danco was given last Dave Ramsey wm down Tuesday Jacksonville. Fla. PRINTING OFFICE. "*

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the Niece"of William ITWm Called V
So> el&e Tfcreae.

21 Several newspapers, in explaining to
(heir renders how Queen Viotoria oumeto can be raised at a profit, and Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

guooeeJ William IV, say it wm bearjse -
she wm bis niece. That is the) the yield enlarged, if properly
Yitrified and
truth, bat only half the troth, for Willi fertilized. Most fertilizers dodo Paving
Vim IV had nephews and other nieces.

George Ill's first, second, third and
not contain enough Telephone 202.J. .
fourth sons were respectively the Prince 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

sff Wales, afterward George IV, who K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
4ied childlene in 1830; Frederick, duke

tt York, who died in 1837, also without Potash.

children; William, duke of durance
who died William IV, Jane 20, Tolto ix TTatrJjrP on. J0xxxx DEtlvor.

1837, without lawful inane, and Edward Vegetables need plenty of potash
duke of Kent and Strathearnsrad

earl of Dublin, who died Jan. 33, at least 10% besides

1820, aged 03, tearing as the sole issue
of his marriage with Princess Victoria the phosphoric acid and nitro
This is Reserved
f Leiningen a baby daughter, now space

Sneen Victoria. The qneen succeeded gen.

IV not because aha was simply Write for our books which tell all about for the Time Table
liin niece, but beoanse she was the only fertilisers. They are free, new
ttbild of the brother next to him in the
order of succession.
93 Nrau St,,New York. of the F. E. C. Ry.
Had Qneen Victoria bad m brother Commencing Monday, December th, the steamers of the Indian River &
jflie would in all probability not have Day BUcayne Inland Navigation Co., Is appointed to sail as follows:

- been a personage of historical celebrity, Leave Titusvllle, Monday 0 > P- ">
abve in the contingency of suaceedinghint. THE DECORATIVE JAPANESE.Dem Arrive St. Lucie River Tuesday
' Her rights were those that devolved Leave ' ' ' Tuesday
on ber from ber father. At the Ways of lirnmir Ufa Among thoMikado's Arrive Titusvllle, Wednesday . . 8:00: a. m.
6:00: a. m.
time she succeeded to the throne her People. Leave Titusvllle,
8 ) m.LeaveReams .
'IIm Arrive Reams : p.
2ncles the Dukes of Cumberland, of Gardens excepted, there are no outward 0: i0 p. m.

and Cambridge were living, manifestations of the old poetry Arrive Titusvllle, Thursday 2 la"! m'
d younger brothers of ber father and Junior of Japanese life so remarkable as those Leave Titusvllle, 0:09Lp: ,.m'
to him in the line of succession inhe summer houses occupying all the pioturesque Arrive St. Lucie River .' yLeave"
( order named. The Duke of Cumberland sites cf the country. Wherever Friday

who bnoame king of Hanover onbe there is a view worth going to see yon Anlve Titusvllle, Saturday i>:0 * "
< death of William IV, was a man ofsTucb Will almost certainly find a summerhouse Making all Intermediate landings on signals. Connecting with J., T. fc Jv.W. .

despotic temper and principles built to command it, no matter U'y In both directions.Geo. .
(hat all England cherished the Princtess how wild or poor the district. F. Mii.es, A, W. Buik,
14 Victoria as standing between it Ton will find summer houses clinging Oen'l Manager. UP *

and his succession to the throne. He to sea cliffs over the thunder of

1S< bad lawful issue, aa had the Duke of breakers, nestling in shadows of gorges

Cambridge. over the roaring of rapids, strutted out MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

The Duke of Sussex, a most estimable over the precipice fronts like eagles'

man, married twice, but these unions nests at the verge of dead oraters, for
Florida New York
being repugnant to the provisions of the in Japan there will always be summer ,
fl royal marriago act, his children were guests wherever there is summer beauty, Philadelphia and Boston.
Ml' burred from the Hue of succession. travelers happy to pleaso their eyes From Brnnswlck, (via l'ort Jtoyal, 8. C.)to Ne* York.FA8SENOK11 .

From the revolution of 1688 rose the and rest their feet and to leave some SKKVICK.Vla'Fernamlina The Tropical Trunk Line.
P. C. & T. Ry. and Cumberland Routes
Jacobite party, made up of those who coppers in payment for tha privilege of Lv Jaoknonvllle 8.IS am: Lv. Ferimndlna 1.30 p nij ArUrtin
Supported the cause of James II, his the Vision aud the repose. wluic 8.30 p in. Daily exrept Sunday.
Sons and descendants. The picturesque The summer |house at whioh I am Via Kverett, all rail, F. C. & P. Ry. and So. Ry. Lv Jackaonnvllle Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.
ilmiwwlck >
4.U0 p in ; Ar T.3<> p in. I uily. I'anHungern
modern Jacobites do not recognize now staying is typical of the class, a allowed on board for supper I'lmrsdaya.FKOPOSKl JOSEPH PI. DURKEE, Receiver.
Queen Viotoria, despite the fact that skeleton structure of two stories, simply
ber succession is due to ber Stuart and strongly built after the manner ofpoasunts' ) SAILINGS! SOUTH Time Table In Effect Nov.'17,'97.. No. 78. No. 2C

blood, for she is a direct descendant of dwellings and at a cost of Lv.New York, Pier 21 K. R.,3:30p.: m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. No. No. 200 No. 21. NCK23 ....ArAr 7 30am 7 40 nil| Local
Elizabeth, daughter of James I, to perhaps $60. Timber is cheap here. On Friday, Oct. IB RIO ORANDKKri.lay ...Friday, Oct. 22 LocalMixed 1120p1130p 10 45 p 93ta944a 0 12a Lv JACKSONVILLF Orange Part 6 62 am640am 7 16 p p ml Mixed
Whose heirs the title to the throne'deVjolved the other side of Japan such building Oct.2-2 COLORADO Friday, Oct Pec'aMagnolia 7 09p m Tuesdn?
Friday, Oct.iW KIO (lltANlE ... .Friday, Nov, ft MoW'yand Thursd't
by the act of settlement on the could not be put up for $300. It Friday, Nov. H COLORADO ..Friday, Nov. 12 Fri 12 10 00aib'hni Green Cove Springs. .. 6 09 a inS 6 48pm & Sat
death of Anne. Boston Transcript.Deafneu stands on the edge of a lofty cliff and Friday, Nov. 12 RIO ORANDK ... Friday, Nov. 19 01p ' .Bontwick "
overlooks a little bay near ancient For goneral Information,steamers, trains, raten, etc., apply to any railroad agent or toCMAS. 11 ft9n ll5 a .... Palatka 00 a in 600pm534pm 2 35 pm
DAV1ES, Agent,2'0 W. Hay St.Jackaonville.H. 12 43p 1 49 a204a 11 18a . ...... Satnuma 4 28am 1 40pm
la Bohool 4 14am3S8am 6 24 1 05
Children. Moiuoseki. From ground floor to roof 11 2laII Pomona p ro pm
IL RAYMOND, General Southern A lJniimwlck, (3a.C. 1 14p '
6 10 12 28
The faot that myopia is frequent it is open on three sides, and on the II. MALLOKY,Ueneral Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 3112 liroadway,N. Y. 2 1 3KpI 4ftp "a 40 s..' 11 30a 92a ,.....Crescent Seville'City Junction. 8 40a m3t 4 66pm pm pm1115am
among school children is well known.It seaward side shelter from the sua and no p 822a3214a 12 22a DeLeon Springs <2am264a 4 25pra 10 27 a m
is not so well known that impairf wind is given by trees rooted in the 430 p 12 27pU40p Olenwood m236am 4 403 18 pm m 10 00 am935am
BeresfordArJ p
d hearing is also frequently met with. cliff below, but towering far above the 8 6 3S 10 p p 8 SI a300a 12 Blip .DeLand ( LvA.T 8 46 p m

The children thus alTeoted are often accused eaves enormous pines, with branches 480 p U 20a [ 12 4 26pm 20 a in
.Knterprise. '
of being lazy and inattentive, many feet in girth. Between the zigzugs 0 25 p61Sp 4 S3p OKpS TITl'BVILLE. ..'Hv 110 35 am1116am

when in reulity their ears are at fault. of those mighty limbs there are ... l'aola..,....

Helot shows that thase cases are quite glimpses of the sea and fishing sails 4 20p Mt.Sorrento.Dora
"I Common, are easily recognized, are generally (canvas or straw) flitting like white or 4 3fip Ar Tavares LvAr l 1 oo a in
it curable aud when cured a large yellow butterflies, and the far pale 4 4S a60S '1 2 p Sanforil Springs LvAltamnnte 1 35am 37pm210pm

number of obildren are transformed, soto thread line of the Hokl count, and Diasen's Winter Park
speak, both ''from a physical and amoral cone thrusting into the clear sky a 2 30p KlnnlmmeeAr Orlando 11 57 pm

standpoint. According to Weilf like some prodigious blue crystal, or, .'..Bartow Jo ...Lv
<) Stuttgurt, the proportion of schoolchildren looking directly down over the needle 1020 8 30 a 4 4 SUp 20p Lakeland BartowAr 6 9 18 B0 pmt j> m 12 7 45 22 am am

8I with impaired hearing is 85 foliage of younger pines, you soe the 2 dip Punta Gorda LvAr 1 2 2S p m740pm
per cent; according to Moure of Bordeaux wimpling of the bay and bathers laughing 9 85 a 5 20pS .. ...Tampa Hotel LvAr. 1115 a ro

I 17 per cent. Helot agrees with among the rocks, and children playing 10 3Sa| GOp .. .Tamra p..ort Bay Tampa Lv 70Upm 10 35aml....
ete and other aurists that the proporon with seaweed and shells. You view Mon and sal. 10 nop Lv.. Port Tampa Ar 2 30 p nfi9.10pm''Tim re.. and and Sat.Son.Wed. .

ftfl it 35 por cent, or one-fourth. All tho world as a fisbhawk views it, Tnes Wed and dfc Frlnay Bat. 3 0 OBp O0a Ar.Ar... .Key.Havana West Lv Lv 12 30 p ml Wed, and Bat.
{ho children in a class should be carefully though I presume with vastly different

examined, and these semideaf pupils sensation* After a swim it is delightful Tralna Dally,t and t Daily 32 Carry except Through Sunday.Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
will always be found among the to sleep here,' the sharp, sweet sea Indian River steamers (new line) leave Titusvllle Mondays anil Thursday* at 6 KK) p m, for
Cocoa, Rnckledge, Kau Gallie, Melbourne, Stuart (St. Lucie River) and intermediate Jioints ci
scholars. The of in hair. You
poor cause infirmity wind are furnished .
your Indian River. Returning, arrive at Titusvllle rfaursday and Saturday, connects with J., r. ia to be sought for nasopharyngeal with a bathing dress, sandals, a big W.train for Jacksonville and Tampa. i.i.in
Catarrh following measles, scarlatina, straw hat of curious shape to keep oil Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 9:12: a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 12:19: # "
Jacksonville at 9:12 a.m.
1:20: Ocala2l0p, Leesburg 3:65: Brooksvllle B:48 p. m. Train leaving
whooping cough, adeuoid vegetations, the sun, barley tea and cakes, a smoking arrives at Oakland 2:43a.m.: Laco itiee 6:40p.m.Tarpon Springs8:65p.m., Clearwater v.331.m. .
liypertropbiud tonsils, etc aud normal box and a pillow, and the price per ., St. W.Petersburg B. COFFIN 10:30: a.m., dally except Sunday. O. D. ACKERLY,
Conditions are to be restored by appropriate day of this entertainment is 3 cental General Superintendent.. General Passenger Agent
treatment Popular SoienceNews. The guest is expeoted to bring his own

food with him and to provide himself
with towels. Lafcadio Ueam In Atlantic
nambsrt's Generosity.
King Humbert's generosity in charitable Monthly. HOMESEEKERS

I petition worka bardly ia said ever to remains be fabulous.without A Tonloe. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES !

an answer. Hia majesty spontaneously Willie Pa, what's a tonic?
Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. in the
Who Home
gives presents to those persons to whom Pa It's something you take to brace The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers 1"ComincW are Seeking a
be does not wish to grant subsidies. you up.

These presents are generally of two Willie Well, what's teutonlo something "Algonquin "Cherokee "Seminole."
"Iroquois South should send to the undersigned
kinds a golden clock with the royal to brace you too muohf Harper'sBazar.

arms or a brooch set in diamonds. His North-Bound.
Jeweler supplies him each with
year Her Sweet Chavrlty. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. for a of the
400 clocks and 1,000 brooches. King From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. copy
Humbert never goes to the theater save When a man is so mean and cranky From Clf ARLKATON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
that nobody wants to have anything todo For hour of sailing soe"Clyde Lino" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.I .
Jn occasion of an official solemnity.no .
suys that he finds no pleasure in with him, his wife always Buys he I South-Bound. Florida East Coast Homeseeker."VVe
artificial life. has a peculiar disposition. New York .
Steamers are anpnlntod to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., aa follows 1ForCHAULKsroS.S.
'I play a park every day,'* he says, Press. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
"in the political and official comedy.Vlnt For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

\ can the other comedians teachmet" New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
Rome Letter. Ktvrvlxxtjr Suj So.Concureta .
W (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tbn United States.
<'and v CaUmrtic, the most wonerf -
Origin of m Name, 11I medk'ul iliwuvwv of tlie aire, |>lcasmt STEAMEKS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE" Apply to
and refrvftlunir to tho luste, net gently are appointed to sail as follows:
The origin of the name Fife is not.known. imlitawUvely >n kitlnejs. liver and liowcls, From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,
One historian tries to show 'leansinir the entire svst in, that it comes from the Celtic word eure litmiiaolio, lev*>r. lialillmil ntionunci FLOKIDA EAST COAST K'Y
bi ImixnHNs. Please buy ami a box ,
teach, a Pict, and means that the district Id
ofU.C.O to-.Iuv; 10, U.r.O.enn. Bo and
was inhabited by Picts, but that is guaranteed to cure by all druggists.WANTED St. Johns River Line.UK ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER .

obviously absurd, as Fife was not specially
the home of any of the Piotishnations. ( HARY LINK)

The tradition that finds greatest FAITHFUL MEN OR Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.

favor Is related by a monk, \shoatnres to travel for responsible The elegant Sidewheel Steamer
that the first known poHHenHor of established bouse iu Florida. Salary "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE & LANE MUSIC CO.Conover

the district which has since grown into $780 and expenses. Position permanent. CA1T. W. A. SHAW.Is .
the kingdom of Fife was one FifusDuffas Reference. Enclose self-addressed
a famous chieftain whose date stamped envelope. The National, Star appointed to sail as follows 1
ss lost in the mists of antlauitv. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Leaves Jacksonville, .- Sund lys, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 30 p. m.
Leaves Saaford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9.00 a. m.

Read down. Read up. Fischer Kingsbury Mnkiln
Leave S.30 p. m.S.4A Jacksonville. Arrive 2.00 a. m. ,
CANDY p. m. ....Palatka.... Leave 8 00 p. m. ,
3.00 a. m. .. Astor 2.30 p. m.
4.30 a. m.a. .St. Francis... 1.00 p. m.II .
1 CATHARTIC m. Beresford..Blue JO a. m. PIANOS
fW 4 ((1.00 a, m.s.w Springs. 11.00 a. m. .
Arrive a. m. .. ..Sanford.... 9 00 a. m.
9 2ft a. m. ...Enterprise.. 9.30 a. m.GenU .

Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno.L. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS.....

CURE CONSTIPATION. Howard. Superintendent, F. M.Ibohmosobk,J*.,Fla.Pass. Act. Lowest Prices Terms.
Foot Hogan St.- 204 West Bay St, ; Easy

O.EoartR, T. M W. H. Warbuxtos,O.T.P.A., W.H.HbitokkiMS,O.B.P.A. Write for Catalogues.MANIER.

P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents. ,
M 8 Bowllag Oreea, York.WK.. 1* So. Delaware Ave.,Philadelphia. 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.h .


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rriEAKS BECOMING SCARCE. titusvixm:.
Bay Dim* Mu n Men. feat Tfcoy An
Political Futnra Thar* Smim4 Almost Looking For a Startler."If .
THE FLORIDA Toe Uncertain.He freaks become any scarcer," said
is a man of forebodings. He has dime mnseum proprietor, a few days 9Hir I3& < TITUSVILLE.
the quality of cautiousness lu that exaggerated ago, "a good many of us will have togo
degree which' prevents men oat of the business. I never in my Indian River.Fla. .
last Coast Hotel from showing their abilities in achieve, life saw such a slump. Eight or ten
System .
meut because they feur to attempt."I years ago we could get all the freaks
had about made up my mind togo and ouriositiea we wanted real ones,
to Hawaii." he vus snying to an acquaintance. too, and no fakes. We've got agents J. a. BAST,
"I bail a first ruts opportunity souring the world for them, but they Manaoku.
And Other East Coast Hotels to locate there, but I studied the are as scarce" as strawberries at Christmas

matter up and""You time. All The Year.a .
don't mean to say that you're "I'll give you a pointer," said another
[Reached only by not going!"' man in the same line of business
"Yes. There are too many uncertainties and who was one of the party of throe. *
The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to MUnii. about it. The possibilities for embarrassing ''If yon can secure the freak I have in orti, few Railway minutes stand-
The Miami fc Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West. complications are too numerous. mind, yon can quit the business as rich ": -
Parlor car buffet service now running.JFor ." as Barney Barnato ever was. "
Schedule see G. "But there's no telling what yon "Why don't you grab it yourself?" thMHItltlTT
page may do in that field. Perhaps you maybe asked the first speaker.
3NTO"V\r OX33N elected to congress from there." ''Can't If I could, you'd never have
"That's what the friend who pffercdto heard of it""What
Key West hotel key west, aud(4 and eommerplttl upward; rates.special week); establish me in business said. But is it?" (Mcrlitt'M Island).
Leon H. Cllley, Managor you sea those islands are volcunio in "No, not 'what is it?' That's an old
their nature." The freak I've been looking foroan't
hotel biscayne, 3 and upward; special weekly and
Miami c.muuerctal rates.H. "Well, that's nothing against them.There's be locuted. I've tried for him and ITevixis'MKRR1TT
12. ItEMIS, Manager. no greater object of interest in know."
Palm Beach PALM BEAcn inn, Fred Sterht, Manager. nature than a volcano. I always did "Let's have it," said the other impatiently FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER.On .
think that this country ought to have a
Augustine hotel alcazak, Joseph P. O reaves, few more." "The veteran printer that didn't high pine land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No bettor Hunting and!
St. Manager.A. "Still, I don't like the idea of gev stiok type with Horace Greeley 1""I
Fishing in Florida.
CASINO SWIMMING POOL, .M.TAYLOR Manager ting into politics where things are so didn't think you were going to
very uncertain." spring a miracle on me," said the other Open from December to May, M. B. MA HON.itocKi.Kimi .
"You're not worried about the kind a* he ordered "three of a kind." New

of people they may send along to help York Commercial.A :.
Miami royal palm, Open January 12th. you represent that part of the country,
are yon? You'll find just as brainy men Vary Unltad family.
there as you ever met, you may take my The value attached by the poor, and
Palm Beach koyal poinciana, Open January 15th. word for it. And sapposa they shoulj even by those who are hot in the depths Hotel Indian Riyer

Tire ormond, Open January 15th. send somebody who isn't exactly up todate. of poverty, to decent surroundings in ,
Ormond It wouldn't be tbe first time theru family lifo is a very variable quantity.Dooent .

has been gas blown ont in Washington." lodging is not by auy means Fla.
St. AUgUStine-PONCE De LEON, Open January lth.JACKSONVILLE. !) "I was not thinking of anything of universally regarded asoneof the prime Rockledge,
that kind. Supposing I should be elected necessaries of life. Occasionally it is
Mogg yFlorlda-Bahamas Steamship Line, beginning January 17th. to congress from Hawaii You know relegated to quite a back seat 4
MIAMI TO NASSAU. New Steamship MIAMI. there is nothing more uncertain than avolcano. An instance was given before the
It would bo entirely possible commission of a family of seven persons
Send to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.C. that while I am here some of those volcanoes father, mother two grown np sons Tourist Season 15th 1st.
Jan'y to April
would be seized with an inspiration and three grown up daughters all living
B. .KNOTT, to become active, and as an incident in one room. With them this arrangement
General Superintendent Florid* East Coast Hotel System. to its operations blow my district was a matter of choice, not Best Fishing and Duck Shooting in the South. Tennis, Pool, Billiards, Bowling
all over the Paoifio ooeun. And then necessity, for they earned between them and Boating.
how would 1 look getting ont in the about a>? a week, more than 800 a Correspondence solicited. Address,
middle of tbe floor and trying to catch, year, and even from a slum landlord J. C. S. TIMBERLAKE, Rockledgo, Fla.
the speaker's eye and hollering for the they could no doubt have afforded to
Hotel Flacide rights of my constituents? No, sir. Ioun rent another room or two. Having
January, 1894In bear obscurity, but I can't stand aorewed down the item of rent to an in the he Art of the famous
the idea of being ridiculous." Washington irreducible minimum,"they determined PLAZA HOTEL indian river orange
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west
*ne block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Star. to have a thoroughly good time, and this country, rockledoe.
Superior Cuisine and Service.Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and Tom and Jerry."My is how the witness describes their proceedings
upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.Travelers' husband,"said Mrs. Innocent to : "In the evening they would the Hotel located amldstbeautlful| orange bearing groves. Plenty of
all go out to the rausio halls and to
her neighbor, "is going to shave himself
theaters. On Saturday afternoon they
oranges free to guests. Fast trains tun directly
after this. would take five tickets each for some
Hotel. < "Is that so?" said the neighbor. omnibus or conveyance that was going to hotel grounds. Do not miss thoIT
. Yea; he hasn't told me so yet, but Ifonnd into the country, and on Sunday they
a shaving mug in his ooat pocket would to Brighton and to other beauty of tho East Coast.
This hotel is under and has been renovated it home last go
now new management, thoroughly this morning. He brought placet It is comforting to reflect that
throughout. night, and bis friends Tom and Jerry united Slimmer Rosort, Arllngton hotel,
these Arcudian beings were a
Bus meets all Trains and Electrio Cars door. Bath and al
pass rooms it him for their names are onit
Conveniences on every floor. gave family and always took their pleasure Petoskey, Mich. 8. II. Manager. Y
Cincinnati Com'mercial
in gold letters.
well their Itis
together as as naps.
Tribune. ,
stated whether they took inlodgers.
Rates: American Plan, $2 to $2.50; European, 50o toll. Special by the week.MRS. From "The Housing of the ROCKLEDGE Gem of the Indian Riyer.

FINLEY, Proprletres.ST. A Sleep Inducer.Hioks English Poor," by tbe Bight Hon. Lord ,
Did yon hear a bent Macklin? Monkswell, in North American Review
AUGUSTINE. They called the Rev. -Dulley to his New Rockledgo Hotel will open Saturday, December 11, Home-like and attractive.
bedside last evening. Remedy For Kaoeu In Bating;. Flno shell ronds; horses to dilve; rowboats for fishing; fine Dulmlor
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wicks You don't mean to say he isin A hint to those who may thought launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to nil points of Interest. These and
The BUCKINGHAM Wide verand.ts, picturesque lawns. Home-like a dying condition? I sssly at some time or other indulge in other attractions make more variety thap Is often found In one pluco. Kates, $2.60to
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. Hicks Oh, no; only a bad oase of excess in eating. If tbia indiscretion is $:i. Special weekly rates until January 13. Correspondence solicited. Seud
NOW OPEN. U. HOWE, Proprietor. insomnia.Boston Transcript.mOld committed, especially in high seasoned for circulars. II. P. SHARES, Proprietor.
things with rich saudes, a draught ofoold
glass bottles, which are more or water, aoidulated with lemoujuioe
The Ocean Yiew Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. less useless, are now ground up and will take off the tense of weight NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .
employed as a substitute for sand in aC the stomach and assist tbe digestive
the preparation of mortar. by moderating the alimentary COTTAGE Rochledge Fla.
Under new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one process ,
block south of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old tea wall and fronts on the fermentation New York Ledger.
beautiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantlo Ocean, Anastasla Pleasantly located near the largo hotels. Largo airy rooms. flood Tabid. '
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special by the Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.00 per d. y; $7 to 10 per week. Will
week. Open all the year. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. J. J. WHITE, Proprietor.WK8T .
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M. W. EATMAN, Proprletof; Hotel

New Furniture and Fixtures throughout. *
Electric bells In every room. Fronting the Old ifl&'l
Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking tbe Jlay, WEST TALJI BEACH, FLORIDA.ThiHhotel .
with fine ocean view. All white help. Ratea Is'substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
$2.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates. the railway depot. Free 'buss to anil from trains. Boats attached to the hotel
Sample room.ORMOND. with fishing tackle on board for tho use of guests. Rates, fiom $2.00 per day and
upwards; special rates by the week or month.
OEOROE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .


Open for Winter Season of, 1808, Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing, fishing and THE HOTEL ORMOND. HOTEL BISCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. ,
SEISER & YININO, Proprietors.DAYTONA. Open on Jan. 15th.Andbrhon. NOW OPEN. Rales, $i per day and up. Special Weekly and

& Price, Managers. Commercial rates. II. E. BEMIS, Manager.Graham's .

n 100 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas.
The most complete office lo South Florida.

The Inn ? ? Fla. Hotel Large, light and airy dining-room.
Holly S ii Daytona, TABLE UNSURPASSED. itrat'' )-

Rates, $2.00 per day and upward. *
MIAMI, FLA. H. UKAHAM, Proprietor, -
Located on 'the beautiful Halifax.
The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any.In the city.O. .

HOWES, hpte: OO O-TaX-Tr,

Proprietor. ;* MianHMh MIAMI, FLORIDA.

Perfectly new hotel with all modern improvements. Located on park, oo
PALMETTO HOUSE, block from Hotel Royal Pnlm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay, Rates
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.

Situated on the banks of the Halifax
now open for the winter season.
River. Fine hunting and'fishing locality. SOUTHERNERS FAITHFUL MEN OR
Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. WANTED to travel for responsible
LEON DESPLAND, Prop.On VISITINO NEW YORK CITY will established house In Florida. Salary
reasonable $7H0 and expenses. Position permanent.
find good accommodations, at
Enclose self-addressed
at 71 Clinton Place.
prices, '
One door from Fifth Avenue, and close stamped envelope. The National, Stas
to Washington square. Very central. Insurance Uldg., Chicago.
Refer to editor of tbia paper.
the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. s .it'minu

Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all modern conveniences, electric

Plenty of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place for children. ei"3 8r

RATES: $2.50 to $3.00 per day; $13.50 to $18.00 per week. ALL KINDS

Engage roar rooms at once. '
AaMreM,' Ixaoaferf at the
office; *
BesWws, 71*.

MMa<*m ,#'



Bro., fancy groceries;. Miss" Jackie llicein Miss B. A. Bryant, of Jacksonville, [ Take. T Cttscarots Car* Conatlpatlon Candv Ciulmrtle.Forever.loo or mo.If J. P. LOVETT, AV. CARR. J,

( a stunning suit of gray bloomers), asks us to make a note of the fact that C. O.O. fall to cure,drugging refund money
representing the Eagle Clothing Store; she has changed her address from 1117
Miss Mabel Schuyler, representing T. T.Wetmoie Church and Newnan streets to 917 Oak (SiiCLenHoM to Duren & Feanter.)

Ice manufactuier. The other street, Riverside, Jacksonville.
liders and their representations wero as Kinds
follows Miss Dosia Swain Gardner fe Conductor II. E. Bugbeo, of the F.E. ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,

Walker, dry goods; Miss Kate rrltch- C. Ry., arrived in town yesterday, for Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Tour patronage Solicited
aid Mrs. II. W. Reynolds, millinery; the purpose of indulging in a little bird
Nellie Paddlsori Robblns & Qraham, shooting with some of his friends. Quail .LaTeyors. FLORIDA.
l.iw; Miss Anna Eaton O. F. Uuren, shooting is very fine in this section.

J3T" Rending notice ads. on this pnge meats; Miss Aleph MIms R. E. Mims, With the first of the new year the IN STATE AND
re live coats per line per week. jr."wagon maker, etc.; Miss Florence fishermen In Titusville and at other WILL PRACTICE
Vanlandingham Lovett & Carroll, groceries places along the East Coast resumed UNITED STATES COURTS.

Fancy Pineapple Slips & SuckerH ; Louise Brown Geo. B. Humph, their vocation of mullet-iisbing, and Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
jr., insurance agent; MIhs Kate Stewart auite a number of barrels of that much- Fruit

for Sale.Abbakas Star; Miss Clara Biown Advocate; demanded fish have been shipped from of Title Furnished" And Food Pioducts of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
Miss Leooa Knox W. R. Knox, paintei ; bore this week. ABSTRACTS Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively j
Egyptian Queen, Golden Miss Lucille Rice Losley & Motlow, the above line of We invite correspondence and solicit
goods. your your
The Titusville Ladies' Orchestra and Dade patronage
for Lands in Brevard
Queen, Porto Kico: Smooth Cayenne and wines and liquois; Ruth Woodward J.B .
Ked Spanish. Apply to ? Screven, druggist; Jeannetto Wilson composed of Mesdames R. W. Rhodes, Very truly, E. L. BRADT & BRO., Titusville, Fla.
Roswill Coleman and C. F. Williams
MAimocK A. Matthams, Gruber A Urlggs, confectionaries and Counties.
"Palm Beach Pinery," fruit; Annie Jones II. II. Dickey, groceries commenced practicing again this week,
Went Palm Beach, Fla.Faitcy ; Miss Leila Best S. D. Ueiger, and so, we presume, our townsfolk I3STSTTJKA3SrOE3.FIRE. .
insurance agent; Miss Iota Davis, F, T. may look forward, in the near future, toa have List f> .
We a large
repetition of the performances that *
Budge, hardware; Miss Mildred Woodward LIFE.
Pineapple Plants. W. M. Woodward, photographer. have afforded winters.them so much pleasure in of Lands owned by The "Old Hartford," Equitable Life
We to that lack previous
regret say and other well known Companies. Assurance Company
Hardy, rigorous, grown without shelter of space will not permit of our giving a
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakand detailed description of each. The parade OrttDgea and lemons. ourselves and clients. "ray Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, eto.
Jamaica IUpley plants for sale.K. was a good advertisement for those GEO. B. RUMPH, Jr.,
O. B. Tyndali., of our wide-awake business men who Notwithstanding the late cold snap, Price for unimproved Agent, Titusville, Florida,

Waveland, Fla. were represented. plenty of oranges and lemons are to be
lands $3 to $100
seen on the trees in Mr.*J. O. Walton's

Pineapple Land. A few of our residents met at the garden at this place. per acre: G. CAKY-ELWES,

Opera house, Titusville, New Year's Eve,
For sale, seven acros of pineapple land to dance the old year out and* the new Duck Shooting;. "
In the heart of the St. Lucie iilver pineapple year in; while at some of the private WE have a few Residence, Orange FIRE & LIFE .INSURANCE.
district. River front; one acre residences In town "Egg-nog" and other
ChaH. G. Weld of the crack
Tearing pines, and one year of attention parties were In order. shots Dr. of Canaveral Club, one, killed 105 ducks Qrove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe, Insurance Company, and tbi

(roe. For further. W.particulars Luck inquire ofW. on Wednesday. This is certainly a fine locations. Prices Reasonable. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.B3T" .
record for one day's shooting.
Itio ban Lucie, Fla. PROF. CORY'S BOATTROUBLE. IN Tour Business Solicited.

The Jupitcr-Jono Canal.
Offices :
Guarantee 112 per cent Interest. and MIAMI. -

A communication in the Times-Union The canal between Jupiter and Lake
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian and Citizen, Tuesday, says that William Worth was Inspected by Senator E.nN.Dimick .
and Bannn.i River; small cottage, 2 arteaian Holm at tempted to take Professor Cory's and Mr. George Lainhart, of East Coast Meat Market Losley & Motlowv
wells, 10IJ nice orange trees, 14,000cineapplo house-boat Wanderer through the canal Palm Beach, on Docember 24th, who
plants, shipped over 200 crates a short distance the creek. It was
certified that the Canal .Company had
Successors to )
H fast season; guavas, mangoos, Japan persimmons discovered that the naphtha was ,escaping fully complied with the state specifications. ( ,
and other fruits on place. Price and one of the men was sent to see This action was taken because F. DUREN", Agent.
Bams Gins and
and' Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Whiskies
$1,500. Address B, Advocate office.Titusville about it. Ho soon came on deck badly the Board of Trustees of the Internal Foreign ,
Fla.Jtare burned. A scene of wild excitement ensued. Improvement Fund did not consider itadvisablo i Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
In less than two minutes everyman to appoint an engineer to report
Chance. aboard, except the engineer, was in to them on the work, and the Canal p First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Tables.
water up to his neck, Helm taking the
it have
Company thought prudent to
Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
lead. In a few minutes they found that the of two prominent citizens
For sale, on Ilidgowood avenue, DaytoiirV the fire was not so bad, and all hands of Dade county to the fact.that the state ord
a very nice residence and improved crawled aboard, when the lire was soon requirements were fully complied with.It .
lot, in a doslrable location. House isaow extinguished. The boat was rounded to would be as well for yachtsmon and
rented, anil pays ten per cent net, and brought back to the wharf, and Mr. others to note that the canal is not yet BS3 L. E. DECKER
This is well worth your attention. Helm took the train back to West Palm open to the public, as it has not been accented ,
Address, F. L". A., Beach. Mike, an old employee of Professor by tho state. Steamers over(iOft.in .
Care Awvocatb office. Cory's, was badly burned about length are positively not permitted to -]::: Will keep constantly* on band a Full Supply of :::[-
the face and hands. Professor**Cory is pass through the canal without a special
having the boat ot care taken of him.He permit from the Canal Company. Titusville, Florida.Scott's .

Take Koto of. Thin. and will disfigured be disabled for life.for The several damage weeks to, CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER X XFor

For sale a comfortable home, situated the boat was slight. Birds and Animals Mounted
n the Halifax River, at Port Orange; '

largo and nicely laid out grounds; live In Itloom. In the best style. Address R. C.Scrlmgeour --
nlles south of Uaytona. Houso is large Roses taxidermist, Washington
Also Mouldings and Tamed Work Brick Lime Cement
and completely furnltfhed, Willi three avenue (corner of Main street), Titus ; ,
acres of land surrounding It, planted In Manager Boat, of the Indian River ville, Fla. ..Carbo-Digestive Compound..
vaiiety of fruit trees orange, grape, hotel. Is delighted with the fact that the and Crates of All Descriptions.HT'loxi.
etc Flno locality for fishing and huntbig. late cold snap spared the roses. They Orange Trees For Sale.
For further particulars address are again in full bloom, and guests of TIIE GREAT NERVE REMEDY. da.I .
Mits. Vuili.aumb, the hotel receive thelrdailycomplement.Tho
Daytona, Fla. Advocate ofllco has been fairly Five hundred choice 2-year-old budded simple and aggravated forms of
well supplied with roses this week. nurseiy'stock, Indian River variety. Dyspepsia, Nervous Exhaustion, Palpitation Jambs Pbitchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President'.
Inquire of Mrs. A. Becker, City Point, of the heart, loss of appetite. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.MIANRIVER .
Fla., or Jos. P. Brown, Titusville, Fla. Flatulency, Biliousness and kindred
In the Hand of the Fainter*.
troubles. This remedy stands without apeer.

WHOLESALE DKALKItAnheuserBusch All communications for this paper 'Endorsed by leading physicians. STATE. BANK
Supt. A. W. Bute has this week placed should be addressed "The Advocate, Price $1 per bottle; $5 per half-dozen. ,

Brewing Ass'n of the the steamer painters St.and Sebastian decorators in the, who hands are Titusville attention., Fla." This will Insure immediate Sold by FRED S. CIIAFFEE fe CO., (Incorporated under the Laws of the State'of Florida.)

making her look neat and trim for the Titusville, Fla.
Famous St. Louis Lagor Beer. tourist travel Tho Sebastian will probably Authorized capital, $100,000

Sold by Losley & Renaker, Titusville. leave Titusvifle for Lake Worth Paid up.capital, $26,000

Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral next Wednesday passing through the > MONEY TALKS Average deposits* $150,000

Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.ANFORD Jupiter-Juno canal. But and makes the
quality reliability envied
FLORIDA Death of C. J. Hector.Tho reputation of a business roan. If there Transacts a General Banking
is one thing above another that you want
good quality in, it is Whiskey, and everyone Business.
many Indian River and other in Florida knows our reputation for
Denis. Shea. friends of Mr. C. J. Hector will tegiet to keeping nothing but the highest grade at Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riier
. learn of his demise, whioh occurred yesterday the lowest prices.
at 0 a. m., at Crescent City, where Exchange sold on all foreign Countries.
he had but lately gone after a residence JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
of many years at Melbourne, of which DIRECTORS!
Menls Clothing from place ho was the founder. As stated ina Commission Meichants and dealers in jA .FRITCHARD,"W.I.BAIlNETTFreslclfntof (
previous-issue of the Advocate, deceased Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquors, the National Banket Jaeknonvllle), J.HDukkkk
was not expected to survive the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (Vioe-Freitident National Bank rJackiorivllle
dangerous illness from which he had ), and W. M. Brows.
Merchant Tailors.No. been suffering for some weeks past. Mr. Consignments of country produce COBBBSPOSDENT8.Seaboard .
I Oev..CiT solicited.A National Bank of New York and
Hector loaves a widow and two children, 2
National Bank of Jacksonville.
who have our sincere sympathy in their
sad bereavement.A .
.420 Broome St.,

NEW YORK. Fire Averted.

Corner Crosby St. What might have proved a serious conflagration FRESH MEATS. How Zs This I

last Sunday morning was .. .
averted in the nick of time. It
NEW YEAR'S DAY- happily
Kerosene Oil, in drums >. .15d. per gal.
that in & Motlow's saloon
seems defoctive Losley tlue caused the OF ALL KINDS. Gasoline) . . .15c. per gal.
The llloycle Paraula an Interacting Feature building a Cylinder oil for naphtha engines .. .. 90c.' per gal.At .
lath-work and studding in the southwest
of the Occ* lon. room on tho second, floor to catch We nave other things in

Saturday last, the first day ot the now fire, but before it had made much headway Chickens -Eggs & Fresh Fish.In Hardware Tinware Graniteware Stoves etc.
year, was a ploasnnt one In many respects it was discovered by Mr. C Bouk- ,
and was dnly observed in Tltusllle. night, and extlngueshed without much ,
The air was cool, but bracing, damage being done. There was a strong ( "Gruber & Griggs* store.) WILL E.. KNOX, Titusville, Fla similar prices.
*tul in the afternoon the townsfolk northwest wind blowing at the time, How do wa do it ? Send us an order and see.
turned out en m w to witness the and tliore is no telling what might not O. F. TADDISON & CO.,
bicycle parade which h.ul boon, arranged have happened to the other bnildlngs in Eau Gallie,. Fla
for the ocoasion. As usual, the bank the viciuity if the fire had not been noticed
and potttoflloo weio closed duiing tho lu time. Hardware Tinware
day, the latter, however, keeping open FOR SALE.- Home-Grown
half an hour at mall times. It was, alttsla S 4l Ca.e. ,
soirowful day for the Mr. Gobbler that
soaped annihilation at Christmas time. PINEAPPLE- SLIPS AND SDCKERS *
m The pniade, which was composed with Just as the train from Miami was Woodenware Stoves and Novelties Knives
entering the city, Sunday night, the 13ye.trold ,
one exception, of twenty-om of our Of the following Varieties :
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. II. C.Wvman .
fair ladies, representing the various
business houses In town, formed at of Dotiolt, Mich., died on it. Forks, Spoons, Etc Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden 'Queen, Ripley .Queen, ftnootl
the F. E. C. Uy. 'depot at about two The family had been visiting the East
o'clock. Proooeding down Julia street, Coast section, when one of the two Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish. *
tho turned the daughters became ill with dyBPntery. When la Jacksgnvllle do not fall to give call
procession to light and as a as we keep one of the biggest
Apply Florida Co.,
went along Palm street, then down Pine They had started back home with her. linos of the above goods in the city.F. ** Fla.
hpot, past the PreHbytetinn church, 1 to Their sad journey will be continued this West Talm Beach,
ItaWl Washington avenue, and along thoro to evening. The body of Miss Wyman was A. RENEKE, (Successor to J. L.Pitzer.)
Main street, and thenco'again to Paint sent Monday night, by Undertaker *
street, making the circuit or the town CUrk, to Detroit, Mich., being.accompanied 2J5 Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
soveral times until about 2:4at: which by Dr. Wyman and the remainder' United States Twine & Net Co.

Uroe it returned to the depot to bo of his family. The death was an extremoly SAMUEL B. MILX.KR. clabkjtck ,
sad one under the circumstances. Myxitn.SB.
photographed, and to meet the incoming KatablUhed 1841.
n trains, the many passengers on the Jacksonville Metropolis. 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
ears enjoying the novel spoctacle of
the parade imipenaaly. MILLER & CO Headquarters for All Kinds ofFISH
Old Father Time mltb his proverbial hour,-gla ss and *
scythe, representing the defunct year ofI8H7 Several New Yor\c\ houses have assured WHOLESALE
headed the parade, and was followed South Florida tobacco growers that NETS all.
by the new woman (Miss Oracle cigars made from Florida tobacco are COMMISSION FISH .
Iteed),* in bloomers, thus heralding a preferred by the trade. iTor two years DEALERS,
double event the new year and the new the Advocate has been .giving away
; she in turn being followed byie the finest kind of tobacco seed at its own No. 7, Fulton Fish Market. New Tork. .NET FIXINGS.All
balance pf the riders. All the costumes expense, with instructions for cultivating .
were good, while both the- attire and the only stipulation we require Special attention given to the sale of Porapano, Spanish*; .
of rider and the decoration of the wheel, Is that three one cent stamps be sent to Mackerel
n a number of instances, showed a great pay postage, and that the seed be planted Blue Fish, etc.RKrKBE our Cotton Oill Nets are made of the Celebrated "EAGLE BRAND" extra
4cal of taste and originality in their on the East Coast. We cannot possibly CEs-Fttlton.and Market National"Bankor any Wholesale Fish dealer In fine, Long Staple Cotton Twine our own brand, not sold elsewhere.
make-up, particularly those of Miss Reta send seed top laces all over this the United States."jy LINEN OILL NETS, of the beat thread obtainable.
Johnson, representing E. L. Brady A state, as our supply la running short. Stencils furnished on application. Extra quality steam tarred Cotton Hanging Lines. Patent'Stretched steata
tarred ManiU Rope. Oiled Clothing, oars, etc., eto. Write for prices.Ik .


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