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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 14, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00166
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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15. DS"o.. QQ. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JAlSTTTAraY 14,, 1S98. IPric,. 5e.OCAL .



NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and SundiieB Mr. Conrtland Buckman, of Jacksonville WINTER MJLL1NERY at greatly reduced If you want business In these days to tho public Httmtt weokn.nnd tho nuntb

send to F. W. Bkkks, St. Augustine has been spending a day or soin rates. Mil!*. ltK1N.0I.I18.Mr. of keen competition, yon must let people <-r of early Ewlvals. Indicate that the

of General Interest.cly Fla. Daytona this week.Hon. know yon have somethiug to sell, season will b a. good one*. Tho. fore* of

Topic* L. F. Dudley, of New York, Frank Houston tins born pUcedin Mr. Richard H,. Morgan, of Boston, the Inn Is an follows: U om Cleik, Cleo.A. .
nATS AND TRIMMINGS, CHEAP AT here command of tho steamer St.. arrived here a visit to liCha P. Kelsoyuhlor; 3; W. Senrles;
nil General Gossip In connection passed through Wednesday, en Augustine yesterday, on \ Front Clerk H. K. TalUfeiro
th HUoayne Bay, Lake Worth, Iadlau, MlW. llKYSOlW'. route to Palm Bench arid Miami.Mrs. running between Titusville. andSewall'sPoint *. G. Weld, at Canaveral Clubhouse.Wo Clerk, W. 1).,rfVuonian. AJ well;known Night.,

.nana anil Halifax Blten, Key WmI V. Don glass am\ daughter and while Capt. U. J. Msrcter nro sorry toluarn that tho line) tho Inn la under tho management of Mr.Frod .
| all other Important Point* along the Father O'Boyle held Dlvino service Mr. John Osterley, of Rockledge, left will net as purser lu the place ot Mr. C.K. horse, Klondike, rweiitlv brought fm>iu hterry.We .
Oaillard who has been triuisfeitred
Mt Coast of Florid*. -Hrlef mention ofterestlng at Daytona on Sunday last. for Jacksonville and St. Auguatuio, ona to Brooklyn by Mr. W. II. Peters, Is iiiuitM-
the St. Sebastian.Mr. undemtand that Xltnngor .1, C, S.Ttmborlakot. .
"Events from Various Parts
Are you a hunter ? Head the banting few days' visit, Wednesday.Capt. the weather.
of Hotel ok-
Indian KlverlU
the World t About People Ton Know and and Mrs. Geo, Huston of Chicago >
8th
notes ,
Ashing
il People Yon Don't Know Picked ou page.Mr. T. W. Lund returned to town rut ii mod to their winter homo atCoeou The steamer Hit tie, In command ofCapt ledge, will shortly prusunt u gold modal

by Our Society Kdltor and a large staff Fred F. Taylor, of Rockledge, the first of the week from Jacksonville,, on Thursday njght last, so they II. B. Frotttbtirger, left hero yesterday to lh member of any ahootlng club ontho
Correspondents scattered along the was a pleasant visitor town this week. where he bad been spcmlldg the holidays. will soon bo cruising in. their tine morning fc r Daytona, whete she Florida East Coast making tho hast
We are pleased to see our mayor will bo thoroughly lenrtvnted, p epara- number cfipoint* In a onutcst to bo arranged
Coast of Florida.If scboonor-yncht Seminole which is
tut Mr. L. now
E. Brady went to Jacksonville ,
in town again.Mr. tory to being used us a pleasure hxvut ontho nt an caily date. It Is more tiian
Monday, on a business trip.EditorE. luting put in good trim nt Titnavillo. Wo Halifax river.In likely thnt, tho members of the Titus
you receive a sample copy of J. Warren Men 111, after a pleasant regret to learn Mrs. Huston U not well.Dri .
ville Melbourne audi Iudlunol.i clubs
Advocate:, it is an Intimation that D. Oslin, of Melbourne, stay of some weeks at Canaveral thn.drawlng for the chntnles* bicycle ,
J. Senrl Uurlbut wifi* find will take considerable I ale list in'tills
has been spending day In Jacksonville ,
a or so
to ndd brother T. Wattson last Messrs. Geo,
Jwould give us pleasure your Club with his Mr. Saturday night,
niece MIbs Ritta 'Murphy of event
ne to our fact-increasing list of subibers. this week. Merrill, returned home to liostou ou ,Mass. who.have been, Springtifld it. Itnmph, jr., and Flank Houston were

It docs not cost you tbree The ladies of St. Gabriel's Guild will Tuesday.ExMayor. left, for Rockledge stopping Wednesday. at the winners >f thowheel.. They resoldit Tho-bowling alloy in the CnsUio of tie
week Included) when Daytona, on to its first owner. Houston took Tampa liny hotel Is s popuUr as over
its per (postage meet this (Friday) afternoon at the residence II. J. Smith of Poinpton From there they will to
[en by the year, and it can be sent to of Mrs. J. V. Miller. Lakes who lias been, the Palm Beach Miami and Nassau. gi Rumpb's wheel,, anil Rumjih bought a this season, ami the place 1* constantly
N. J., spending They
11 In any part of the United States or now wheel for his own use. throagud with tho ])uoplo who-delight In
nada without extra expense. Readers both In and out of the state holidays with his family at Rockledge, are a very pleasant paity.Mr popular nmusemont. Tho billiard anil
should take note of the first-class hotels wont to Jacksonville, Wednesday, on a
L. R. Deoker left bore on ,Tuos- Xunhthis Launch tr Sale. pool rooms for hullo*, aiul geutlomtin,
THE ADVOCATE, advertised on our 4th and 7th pages.We business tilp.Mr. day, for Eden, where ho has tho contract also Wonted In tho-Casino, aro proving

in advance. now have a veterinary surgeon J. C. Salter, secretary to Mr.Flagler for bulldiug the Episcopal church, tosnpeiIntend Naphtha launch, .1'lft.' l $1.50 per" annum months, ' on the East Coast, Mr. W. 2. French informing and C. D. Bolre, stenographer, aud get the work of construction cabin fitted with plate glass windows, there Is no mono delightful place ofamusomont

$1.00 six countries. us.that he has located at Day arrived in S>t. Augustine yesterday, and well under way. The piers for leather cushions, etc. ; Gas Engine ot anywhuro than tho Casino.
12.00 per an. to foreign tona. registered at the Hotel Alcazar, Thoy the building were laid the first'of the Power t'o's. engine; will bo sold at a and It Is appreciated alike by tho guo ts

will spend tho greater part of the winter wcok. bargain, for cash. Apply toOko. of tho hotel and the people u( Tampa.Tho .
Mr. J. O. Walton has been spending
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Palm Beach.
r line on this a couple of days in Daytona this week at Mrs. M. E. Henlon, who has boon llVSt'ON, guests ot the New Bockledge nrekopt >
page.Rev. looking after his iuterests in the Daily Miss Gertie ami Mr, Bert Ives gavoa spending about two mouths in Titusville Cocoa, Fla.IF busy In tho pursuit / pleasure byMr

Daytonlan.Mrs. most enjoyable impromptu dance toa with her.daughter and son-in-law, Mr.nnd ,.Treiulway. the elllclent and stioco -
W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, 'party of their friends, last Filday Mrs. Roswell Coleman, loft on AMONG THE HOTELS.Whkhk ful proprietor of tho hotvi. The lauovli.
,n been attending the State Baptist Thos. Barbour, a former prominent night, at their parent's winter home atLaGrange. Wednesday, for hor home at Ramsey, N.J row boat* and: carriage* (which are nil

invention at Tampa this week.Mr. resident of Pateison, N. J., but Some of Tltusville's young She started homewards on Monday, to stop. See list of hotels on free for tho guests), have proved iv wonderful 4
now of New York, was among those on folks who wero invited went out in buggies but having left her valise behind in Titusville our 7th page. attraction to w tutor touilstH.

crchant- W.of Pittsburg Hespenheide Pa., ,a was prominent a pas* last Friday's ears, en route to Eau Gallic, and report a Jolly time.Mr. she had to r< turn taking the Cashier A. L. Mauli, of Hotel Alciiznr, Every fair day tho litnach may bo soon J;
where she has an elegant winter home. ,
southbound train at Minis.Mr. stealing over the water and the cturiagbs
has been IiusIuuhs to NewYork..
nger on Saturday's southbound train The pink paper follows her to the latter II. M. Flagler arrived at St. Augustine on a trip wending their tho trsos oft
Miami. and Mrs. C. Tatum Miss Eva Rend ml of tho Florida Gulf way among
place. from New York, ou Tuesday.He tho now tho road along the bunks of the liver.
will spend most of the Winter at his Tatum and the Misses E. nnd A. Urnebitz Coast Hotels (Plant System) on our Ithpatfo
Mrs. Dolos A. Blodgett has very Mr. E. F. Broderick and his charming cottage at Palm Beach. Mr. Flagler of Crescent Hill, Ky., m rived at'the of this Issue. The residents uf Itooklu'dgo are anxiously
books
nerously donated fifty choice too wite, of Savannah, (la., were among Titusville Indian River hotel Titusville awaiting the opening of tlie
and readingjni. will pass through to-day, accompanied or. Home of the best hotels along tho East
Daytona public library the jovial -newly-wedded couples our by Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ashley Tuesday, nnd boarded tho steamer St. Coast are advertised on our 7th pagu. Hotel Indian River ou Jan. 15th, ami

representative had the pleasure of meeting and MlssPomroy, of New York, on Sebastian, next day, en route to Palm Take a peep at them.Ma extend to It their bust wlshos for a satisfactory -.

Mrs. .(I. E. Bugboe and two children, recently in St. Augustine. They had their way to Palm Beach, and lie may Beaoh. Mr. Tatum, whoso party Is avery season. With tho lively hotnl
St. Augustine, were guests of the been visiting tho various Florida resorts, join tho steamship Miami on her initial jovial one, Is a member of the well in ire r D, P. Hathaway, of tho grounds lighted by electilolty, and tli smuslo

idlan River hotel, at this place, a day or and made many friends In the state. trip to Nassau.Messrs. known firm of Tatum, Embry A Co,, Tampa Hay hotel, reports a larger business of tho btdkos* orchestra, stealing j5m/

this week.Mr. Note change of ads. of F. A. Reneke, Hve stock commission merchants, of than was ever before known at this among tho pal met toes and over tlm
O. P. Havens Jacksonville'swellknown
Louisville rusoit In December, waters, It will oortalnly svem, as though
dealer in hardware tinware glassware Ky.
,
,
and
and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton photographer; and Clias. A.
uighter, .Miss Sylvia, of Canaveral, etc., on our 8th page; also L. Cameron, Clarke, a prominont funeral director, of, Miss Magdalene Schuyler, editor of Mr. Robert Murray, of Vermont, manager ono was wondering In some the fairy laixl.or of.
of
living over again one scenes
rived in town Sunday night, returning seedsman, Jacksonville, on page 5. Both the same olty, were passengers onWednesday's that fashionable and popular ladles' of Hotel Ponce urae next day.Mrs. of these enterprising merchants solicit a southbound train for Palm Journal, New Ideas, arrived here, St. Augustine, ills sister Mrs. GM. Knights,

share of our readers' patronage; try Beach and Miami. It Is a treat to see Wednesday, for the purpose of visiting Fletcher accompanied him.Managor Tho date for opening tho Maguolln

L. Vanceof Ormond, who them, and you will bo pleased with the friend Havens' jovial countenance 'downhere. her sister, Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, t Jos. P. Greaves, of Kt, Augustine hotel, nt Magnolia Springs, Fla., hn
ent to Palm Beach, Sunday last, on aisit result. Canaveral, for which place she left yes went to Jacksonville on Monday been fixed for tho 20th Inst. As already
to friends returned home
fter yesterday Capt. Ernest Good all's fine naphtha the recent arrivals at The terday. Miss Schuyler has not visited to meet his father and sister, who arrived announced In these column'this Unapropeityjiu
a very delightful trip. Among Tltnsvlllo in four ami has come boon purchased by Mr. CJ.D. .
and sail yacht Nemo, with Messrs. Fogg, Inn Palm Beach Mrs. and Miss years from New York that day,
The Bradstreet Co. have opened ft Go wen, Brown and the owner on board, nre south to take a much-needed rest, after Heavey, who first opened it to this
ranch office in Jacksonville, with Mr. arrived here from Daytona on Sunday Seymour and Mrs. Collins, of that ancient a severe illness of several wouks' duration The riaza hotel, a veritable gem, located iiubllu. Mr, Seavey Is a wellknowniiotel

C. Mercer in charge. .The entire state morning and left next day for various and picturesque cathedral city of ; on the hanks of the river, has man, and made bundled* of friend*
Salisbury, England. We are told they opened under very favorable conditions, while he held tho
ill be the responsible position
now handled from metropolis.Mr. far the St. Lucieriver.
points south, as as the world and A letter to the Advocate from Mr.W. .
been tour of
have ou a and with every promise of a very successful of mnnagur of Hotel Ponno A. L. Sterrett, the genial repreontatlve Capt. Goodall had been visiting after a stay of several weeks at Palm if. J. McCormick, who Is in Philadelphia season.Tho (Courtesies were on several

of the Florida Ilardware Co., his parents at Seabreeze.KF Beach, they will loave for home. Thoy says: "I am Just recovering from occasions tendered tho Advocate representative

''acksonville, was in town a day or so reently BOOKS CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment have, undoubtedly, had a pleasant time, a siege of pneumonia, nnd think I shall New Rockledge hotel, Roekledgo, by Mr. Seavey, and we want: ii
on his way south as far as Miami.Mr. ,at Scroven's Drug Store, as the sights afforded by such a trip are soon go back to the Canadian mountains is beginning to look quite gay with the our numerous northern and sou thorn
both numerous and unique.Mrs. to get the dry air. Last udvices from many gnosta sitting around the verandas.
and Mrs. Fred M. Hudson, of'ine Titusville, Lake Edward statu that it lias boon down Manager Tieadway knows how to mako readers to know whore he can be found.

Bluff, Ark., passed through Titusllle Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Raymond, of and Mrs. F. T. Budge and toftss below zero there this winter. I them fuel nt homo.Mr. Manager J. G. Bast, of tho Indian

Saturday last, on their way toobastian Dawson, N. D., arrived at Ormond on children, after a pleasant sojourn of several think the cold, dry air is much healthier W. F. Babbutt, managor of tho River hotel, Tltnsvlllo, on his return
to visit Mr. Hudson's father.Mr. Saturday last. Mr. Raymond is the editor weeks in town with Capt. and Mrs. than the dampness of this section. I news and cigar stantls ot the Florida from a visit to Col. H. J. Tiffin's ostrich
Pritchard lefton
of the Dawson Times James Monday evening have idea when I shall Indian frani and Buekliounds Inn on MorrltU
see
C. J. Conolly, a well-known repesentative and proprietor for their home at Miami, on board their no East Coast Hotel System, was a passenger
of the Stearns Bicycle Co., and a right jovial fellow withal. lie was launch. Miss Kate Pritchard River again possibly never." From Tuesday, from .St. Augustlnu to Island, brought ,wltli him some mammoth
ras in town part of Saturday and Sunay undecided whether to spend the winter naphtha them, this It would appear Mr. Will. McCormlck Miami and Palm Bench. ostrich eggs. They aro on exhibition
last, on his way to Miami, where heas in California or Florida, but he is in love sister of Mrs. Budge, accompanied does not expect to rot urn to Cocoanut at the olHoe of tho hotel, with
and will make a short stay at Miami ere The Casino at Palm Beach Is now of Florida.
relatives. a little (?) with the East Coast, where be Grove.Mr. open other curios ami specimens
returning to Titusville. Tho party expected daily and has already been very liberally of
several pleasant winters, fruit and Mowers. guests
Sportsmen
Capt. J. A. Lovelace, who occupied and has spent so came to the very Land of Flowers.Mr. to reach their destination about M. F. Dwyer, of Brooklyn, N.Y. patronized. The Casino Is In charge of the hotel have made good records Is.

position as purser op the MiamiNassauteamer tomorrow.Mrs. ., has been busily engaged since hi* arrival Captain Ernest Allen, who is a master quail shooting this week. dipt. II. K.liiighee .

Monticello last season, will per J. II. Bland, 6f Jacksonville, W. n. McFarland arrived in superintending the Improvements teachor In swimming. conductor on the K. E. C. Ry.,
oral similar duties Mr. fine to be a man of considerable ability on his large orange grove, which adjoins
on Flagler's seems the first of the from Jacksonville with a guide, killed 1M birds In thrcjB
town Hotel Ormond Ormund Ilotel Indian
for besides his honored the Hotel Indian River the Rock- ;
,
ew steamer Miami this winter.On and energy, says D Franklin
while Dr. ,
E.L.
where she left her husband and Mr. Rivor Roekledgo; and Hotel Royal days shooting;
,
lieutenant In the Florida ledge correspondent of Times-Union and
our inside pages will be found aul Naval position Reserve as, he is agent for a number Bradbury (of Webb's Mills N. Y.,) onboard Citizen. He has had 1,600 new trees setout Polnciana, Palm Beach, will open for Buck, of New York, with the wood same
of "Brevard Commlsioners' the yacht Awixa, which Is on Itsway'to guide, bagged 37 quail, besides
report County of first-class business houses, among making in the entire grove now over the season to-morrow (Saturday) Seo
Proceedings," "Call for the Titusville. Messrs. McFarland list ot hotels now on our 7th ducks and wood pigeons, in ono day.
them being the Riverside Mills, Augusta 8,000 trees. Mr. Dwyer has great confidence open pngo.Gen'I. breakfasts
rational New and Bradbury will meet with a hearty Manager Bast provides early
Congress. "Mr. Flagler's Ga.; Standard Asbestos Mfg. Co., In the orange industry of Florida, C. B. Knott of the Florida
,
teamship Miami 1* etc. etc.Mr. welcome from their many Indian River Supt. nnd ample luncheons for such guests,
Franklin, Pa.; Thornton N. Motley feCo. friends. Mr. and Mrs. McFarland expect and spares no expense or care to Improve East Coast Hotel System, returned and furnishes guides and trained dogs.Twentyilvo .

Burton G. Winton; of Addison ., New York, and others. Another to take possession of their new residence his property. Mr. Dwyer is accompanied Monday to Mt. Augustine, after a visit to deer and threo bear have

'ark, N, Y., who has been a guest of the new enterprise' he has entered into is the in South Titusville recently purchased by his daughter, Miss Camilla Dwyer Hotel Key West, Key West. Mr. Knottex been killed so far this season, In the

tolly Inn, Daytona, for some time past, sale of sash, doors, blinds, etc. Mr. of Dr. W. S. Graham on Mon? who Is an up-to-date girl In every serine poets to go to Nassau on the Miami's vicinity of Titusville, by one of thesaguides.
ias been having some good sport duck Bland was second choice for president noxt.Mr. she can row a boat with skill and ease, first trip. .
Tuesday
hooting bagging quite a number ..ofirds. of the Jacksonville Board ot Trade, and day or ride a wheel, Is an accomplished musician
> was beaten by only a few votes at a recent E. A. LMder, of Jacksonville, was speak French like a Patlslenne, There will bo a meeting of the Grand "
meeting. a passenger on Monday's northbound and can make a dress or trim a hat with Lodgo of freemasons in Jacksonville Tho "Advocate.
A. Tomllnson, of Scarboro, Eng., has i train. He has the contract for supplying the taste and style of a modiste. next week, and the attention of our

'rrivedatit. Augustine, on a visit tolis Yacht for Sale. the twenty-live-cent lunches which renders throughout the state Is drawn Tho Indian Riveh Advocate Is oh

brother, Harvey Tomllnson, of the Fine aro to be had on the K. E. C. Ry. trains, to tho advts. of Hotel Placide and thoTravelers' sale at tho following news-stands, at five
.
A Vuliiahlo Opportunity.
i'lorida East Coast Hotel whom hotel on our 7th
,
System pngo.
and manner in which they
lie The yawl-rigged yacht, Seminole, GHft. toe appetizing cents per copy :
had not seen for seventeen years. Mr.romlinson long, 22ft. Bin. beam,,centre-board, flat are put up, as well as their excellent For sae in Daytona, the prettiest and Hotel Colonnades, City Beautiful, Titusville Mrs. Km ma Eaton.

is staying at Ilotel Alcazar. bottom; draws $1 inches; seven staterooms quality, tempt all to partake of them, best tourist town on the East Coast of with Its electric lights, steam-heated J. II. Scr.ovon.St. .

JULIUS KLINE, Titusville, has large main salo'on, galley, water and reflect great credit on Mr. Elder.Wo Florida, a handsome new house, furnished rooms and every other convenience, is avery Augustlnu Hotel Alcazar.
just received one of the largest stocks closets, covered deck; every modern convenience have traveled considerably over the complete. Has never been occupied. pleasant hostelry to stop at. Maneger Palm Beach The Inti.

of shoes ever sent to the East Coast ofFlorida. and thoroughly equipped various railroad* in the United States, Has nine rooms and bath, hot and cold Ilnlgh does all he can to please his Miami The Royal Palm.Slntz .

They are of the latest stylest throughout; for sale at a sacrifice. but have never found- any lunches this(at water. Sanitary plumbing. Beautifully guests, who speak in high terms of him.

sizes, colors and toes. Come and see Address * Geo. Huston, the price. ) to equal those supplied by located '200 feet from tho banks of the Cards are the order of the evening atIlotel Knglno for Sale.'
Cocoa Fla.Surveyors'Take caterer.'Seed
these ,
rare bargains. Halifax River. Plaza, Rockledge, and somo exciting
For further particulars, apply to have bean Indulged In. sale.In
for
games A 10-horse-power Slntz engine .
for Sale .
Cane Cheap.A
Wilkinson.& Pa.hki.vsox
Auction Sale Notice.. The duplicate whist champions up to good condition; cheap for cash. '
Or Daytona, Fla.Mux. this time are Commodore Wright ami For further particulars write toII.
few thousand sugar (seed) canes for 1' M. Andekson, Colonel Peck while Mrs. Peck aud Mr.Girardeau .
Concluding stock of with for J, Smith,
to dispose of the Surveyor's theodolite, tripod,
Address 1014 I street N. W.
sale at a low figure. held the honors .
atpedro. Flo.l
furniture will sell for $75cash. Rockledge, .
and other goods that I have on sale, cheap. Costi! hand, I will sell at public auction the Apply to ft. J. Tiffin, Titusville, FU.jy popular gamo
entire balance of said stock to the highest Courtenay, Fla. .
For Hale Cheap for Cash. >o You Want Any Stock ?
and best bidder, for'cash (unless The Royal Victoria Ilotel, Nassau,
otherwise agreed, at Cocoa, on MERCHANTS. HOTELS, FAMIlles for the winter by Mr.S. .
upon), Full model launch Hull 28x0ft. oak was opened season I will take another carload of milch
Tuesday, January 18 18SJ8 commencing Property For Sale. Fruit and Vegetables Growers, S. Morton the Monday
Fine, frame white cedar proprietor, on cows, horses and other stock down the
it 10 a. m., and continuing until all etc., promptly supplied with help. planking, canopy top, last, he, with the members of bis F. K. C. railroad about the 20th of January -
cushions all to place For
joods are sold. Hector Island property, a beautiful Address WW. Ubber, Employment address; ready II. engine. staff, having arrived by the Niagara from 16!> Parties wishing to buy can

O. K. Wood, agent, The at Melbourne, Florida, is for Agent, 30 Main St., Jacksonville. 2 price, Care Advocate, ofllce. New York on that day. Mr. C. O. II. correspond with mo at Gadsden, Al .
Dec. 28, '97. Cocoa, Flaw place Is desirable place Smith occupies the same position which C. A. Heath.

second sale. This to none.a on very Indian River. The For Sale. he has filled in the office during past

Grapefruit Buds for Sale.FlT property comprises a hotel, dwelling Yacht For Sale. winters. Far mi and steamboat wharf; also Ladles' Orchestra for notel Indian
The
store
bouse, Round bottom light-draught centerboard
sale the
For auxiliary sloop yacht
hundred grapefruit buds, one a small Tangerine orange grove, banana cat boat, 22ft. over all, 0ft. beam J Jnpiter the, finest cruising boat now in River, Rockledge, will probably Send particulars and price at once toAnson
year old, $20 per 100. Also budded orange and other fruits, with rare ehrubbery, built about one year. Has a summer the South, 41ft. long, draft 3ft., 10* pass through here to-day or to-morrow H. Russell,
trees. K. a. Habdee, lawn tennia ground and artesian well. Price ; then look out for somo good musio at Akron, Ohio.Xf .
cabin.
nnder
Globe baa
h. engine ( cockpit
p.; );
$100.J.
all comparatively
Sebastian, FUuBones The buildings are WILLIAMSON, this hotel. The young ladles comprising
cabin and stateroom -with running
large
,
I and the grounds are elegantly improved. the orchestra are all graduates of
new, Mlcco. silver linen and medium no
waer. Yawl, everything Aa advertising ,
Good terms. the Boston Conservatory of Muslo and
,
.
Wanted. in commission. the East Coast beat the
now can
complete; paper on
Tebbt
J. B.
Apply to owner, Southold.N.Y, ;, YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Worth $5,000; will sell for $j,000 cash, will give the somo delightful performances Advocate. Give us a trial advt.,

Save your bones and send them to the Joses Titusville Fla.; Widely-read Newspaper, Subscript for Address, F. D. Huohes, during season. and be convinced of tho pink paper**
,
S. ,
Jk ?llT la Fertilizer Co., South JackouriHe Or to Mctoa Fla. the Advocate. Miami, Fla. The Inn at Palm Beach, has been open worth.
Melbourne
Fla. Will pay cash for tbom.- or JA3. T. Hooo, ,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JANUARV H. 1898.



be ported according to law. City Bs.utlfnl A Few Words front the North.Wkbbs .
BADY'C SMOOTH, > FAIR SKIN Magnolia.
The jury list for 1807 of 310 names Grocery....
was drawn to-day In open session..It Is a. little World of its own, and Is fast Mills, N. T., Jan. 1, *08.
Writes Letter assuming a win tor aspoct of life and gay-
A Grateful Mother this is ordered that $13.10 be Editor Advocate H. A. HENRY
appropriated sty, says the Seabreeze correspondent of : Proprietc
Tolls ell tjout Hor Trouble* when for J. A. Daughtry, who is afflicted with the Times-Union and Citizen. Cottages Dear Sir: Our son Mr. E. L. Bradbury Wholesale and Retail Dealer tn

Baby Croku out with Scrofula Sore*. a mental disease, to send him to hisfathei's are all occupied, and the Colonnades. Isfillingd is now In Jacksonville, waiting
daily an has as some for the1 arrival of Mr. McFarland. As soon
up guests "" AND FANCY
home In 5. STAPLE GROCERIES.
"At tho o e of two mouths, my baby Georgia.W. of the literary lights of the North. The as the latter gentleman arrives they intend i> **

began to luivo Mjrcs break out on his right J. Tucker, having made affidavit Casino, situated on the river bans', Is to sail for Titusville, In their yacht,
cheek. We used all tho external applications for a permit' to catch a manatee for brilliantly illuminated every evening, Arnixa, and will, I think, make your Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will peaej]

thi\t we could think or hear of, scientific purposes, it. was ordered that a And entertainments are carried on. The town their headquarters for the winter.I 102 Main and -33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE
FLA.
business, block* is finished &Dd 'the to be In Titusville with family
new hope my
all over on*
avail. The
to no sores spread permit be Issued to W. J. Tucker for Telephone No. 55.
merchandise for the general store is about Feb. 1st. Yoifrs very truly,
eldo of IiIm facWe consulted a physician
1dm to catch a manatee within tho limits
being moved In. An rc is being placed Levi Bradbctbt.
sndtrloil his medicine,and In a week of Brevard county.It in front of the building, and by degrees OEORG MARX. JOHN
MARX ]
the ioro wns gone. But to my surprise In the electric toward
lights are creeping
be Titus
was ordered that'the tieasurer (Remember, the Advocate,
two weeks niovo nnother scrofulous Jook- the ocean. Col. (L C. Post will deliver ft
Give
instructed to transfer one hundred dollars ville, does all kinds of job printing.
log sore apicmed on baby's arm. It lecture every Sunaay evening on mental share of work.]
us a your
grew woi sj and worse, and when he was from the F. & F. fund to the prison science, and has already given two, -Wholesale Dealers InALICX -

three months old, I began giving him ers' fund. which were well attended.

Hood's Sarsaparilla. I also took Hood's The following bills were audited and Eilaeare Tonr Bowels With fH cnr t G-iocGiics, STarcLlt sira-d. DEPxod.u.cei
Candy t'utliiirilc, euro constipation foieter.10s .
Sarsaparilla, and before the flrot bottle ordeied paid: Winter Trains ,Sfio. If C.O. C.fail, druiralsts refund money. 131 and 1.13 Knst. Itay Street and O nnd ft Newnaq Street,.

was (in 1h bed, tho sores were wetland have W II Sliarpe, County Com. 11 00J It is encouraging to note the preparations
never returned, lie Is now fouryearsold, '
for most excellent winter .train
It Walker, r? 00J
but he has never had any sign of those schedules Floridi railroads. Commencing NKAB. KKNEST TAYLOR.
Houston, . . 15 20J on > ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE fflWe
scrofulous sores since be was cured byHood's on January 16 next, the Jacksonville
Sarsaparilla, for which I feci very N Waller, .. . 27 40J Tampa fc Key West Hallway NEAR & TAYLOR,

grateful. My boy owes bis good health Mendel, . 8 40D will put on an additional fast train for (Successors to John McAUiater.) are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow p.J

and smooth, fair skin to tbl* prreat med L Oauldcn, pros, ntty 33 33S Tampa, leaving Jacksonville at 1:20: p.m. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Ilay, Grain and Feed. W
" ., and reachinji Tampa for evening din Artesian Well Contractors your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
icine. Mrs. S. 8. Wbotrn, Farming- J Norton, wo6d for jail 4 COJ
This will bo solid vestibule train ,
ner. a ,
MARX JACKSONVILLE
ton Delaware. Get Hood's.j BROTHERS, FLA.
only
F Wooten, bal. on Oivens sect. a part of the Florida Special being added
EAU GALLIE FLA.
,, are promiit, eflletnnt and for maps 110 00J to it at Jacksonville. ,
i'lH flOOU S I'lllS easy in offset. KB cents. P. Brown, fish warden . 40 00WT This will make three solid trains
through In each direction via the JackBonv THINGS HAVI? CHANGED.M .
"
Hayes, . 15 00J lie, Tampa A Key West Hallway between The Reneke Hardware Co.
P Screven, med. fdr piisoners. 110J Jacksonville and Tampa.An .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Time Works Wonders, and Herein .
P additional
Brown
janitor -SOU train will reach Titus

PROCEEDINGS.Titusviixk J P Brown, jailor 30 00M ville at 3 p. m., connecting with Indian This Fact is ClearlyDemonstrated.
River steamers for that
daily
S Jones, casement for B Hogg 75 00 points on .

Fl.A., Jan. 3, 1808. Electric Light 'company 12 37J steamers river,- and to. twice Palm a Beach.week with through A few years aco Dr. We carry a Full Line of Shelf Hardri

The Board of County CommjsHloners T Price, moving county safe. 15 00J Vincent came to Florida

mot last week puisiiiint to adjournment.Prosoot F Wooten, pub. Jury notice. 2 2.> The supposed grave of Eve is visited ami bCKun.practice In less than byadvertising. Graniteware Tinware & Woodenware,.

: W. II. Sliarpe, chairman; J.Mendul Oardner & Walker, desk for by over 40,000 pilgrims in each year. Itis a week be was the most ,
about" in
talked man
to be seen at Jeddah in
J. N. Waller J. R. Walker; J. treasurer's office 18 50I. a cemetery the 8 ate. rhyMcians
outside the city walls. The tomb la fifty were asked by their |>atientu Jry Mechanics Tools a Specialty.
Houston ; A. A. Stewart, cleik ; J. P.Urown . It S Bank, Interest for Deo. . 25 3(1J ( cubits long and twelve wide. The Arabs what they thought

sheriiY. P Brown, waiting on Board 8 00J entertain a belief that Eve was the tallest ahmit this Dr. Vincent.Cllnicinic 11
to the teaching 223 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E. .
The following business was transacted: Henry, corns, as treasurer. . 01 03J woman that ever lived. of a decade oao, and

Tho minutes of th last meeting were Monde), copying minutes 5 00A looklnp as; u a|>sort ontne of an newcomer Interloper

rend and conflrmod.Uond A Stewart, accountant . 15 00A What Everybody Known, ,the their fame reply: "HeIs was WiNCiiKNBACir, Manager. F. M. Burst, Treanj
always
pi'osenteil by S. F. Olbbs for justice Hadley, wood, clerk's office. . 1 00 Or ought to know, is that health and an advertiser,and you
of tho for the Ith district Ice for clerk's ofllce 1 05M even life itself depends upon the con ran't expect him to lie much on that account."
peace ( was How have hanged in a. few
dition of the blood. Feoding, as It docs, woiiilerrully things t FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS!
examined and approved by the Hoard.On S Jones, salary, fees Co. judge 111 08J all the organs of the body, it must be short practitioner months.in the Tax city lav there but vho ts not will an fay honest that

motion, it was ordered that the Henry, writing and paper for rich arid pure in order to give proper Or. Vincent has certainly cured many of the
petition of tho citizens of Precinct No. 1 Feaster's suit 5010M nourishment. Hood's Sarsapnrilla wont kinds of ehronio caaes. but tt is not the
physicians who are supposed to know of all IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
makes the blood
which was not finally disposed of at the S Jones, jr., making arrests**- 11 75J pure, lich and nourishing these cures. Go where you will throughout the
and In this way strengthens the city or state and you will hear of these rases.At .
last meeting of the Hoard, bo' leferred F Wooten, special servico. . 25 00 nerves, creates an appetite, tones the the same trine, Dr. Vincent does not claim tobe General Repairing Promptly & Accurately DonJ

back to tho petitioners for tho purpose Town of Tttusville, cleaning cesspool stomach and builds tip the health. Hood's does Infallible., the chances He are sometimes that there fails Is, but no hope when for lie

of stating each public-rond in Precinct 2 00 Sarsaparilla wards off colds, pneumonia the case, no matter where he goes. In all caeshe Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hang
and fevers which a ks but a fair and Impartial trial. That Isall.
No. 1 which they wish to have declared L Preston, pauper. . j. .. 10 00ItOO time. are prevalent at this and Boxes in Stock.

neighborhood roads; as upon the advice Mary Futch, SPECIALTIES: Sash Weights and Grate
CATAimil and nil CHRONIC DISEASES or
of the counsel of the Hoard they have no Chas Padgett, 10 00 To Cure Conatlpntlon Forever. the Eje,Ear, Nose,Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach Saw Mandrels of all S
right under the law Wm Anderson Take Cuscarets Candv Catlmrtlo. loo cr25e. Liver, ltowels. Kldnevs, Illadder, Nerves, Bars a Specialty.
to such 0 01)
pass a If C C. C. fall Furnished.77" .
to ours, druggists refund money. Skin unit Blood Chronio Ulcers (old sore leg),
weeping order. EDenham, ' ,. . 600 Cancer, Rupture, Stricture. Varicocele, Hydro,
cele and Pues guaranteed cured without using
The county treasurer mndo his monthly Sarah Bean, 10 00 WANTED AGENTS.Buckingham's the knife. Rheumatism, diseases |ieculiar to
for the month M Ilaydon women and Private Diseases of both sexes, are
report of December 4 00
; given special attention.No Telephone 102. Office and Shops atJEnd of Viaduct in Riven
also his monthly leporton tho F, and F L Eauf.d/a/ 4 00 'The Confederate Soldier in the Civil oharge for consultation. Fees always rea*.
Fund, which was examined and found J Lewis, 0 00 War," contains 500 pages 12xlt( inches, onahle. Special rates for tn il treatment.DR. JACKSONVILLE, iEVLOItlDA.OZEHZ .
and over 1,100 large battle scenes, portraits W. T. S. VINCENT, Specialist.
correct. J. Houston and J. N. Wallerweie Llzz.io Tucker, 8 00 maps, etc. The greatest and largest Mohawk Block, cor. Hay Market Streets,

appointed a committee to burn tho It Head, 10 00COO War Book ever published, and the Jacksonville, Florida.
warrants turned over by the treasurer, C McNeills, 7. only one that does justice to the Confederate Sundays Hours I 3:30 9 to to 12 S a.p.m.in.; 2 only.to 4 Sc 7 to 8 p. tn. S.. IB XTl L cSs. CO.

as per schedule; tho committee reported Anna Oore, 5 00 soldier and the cause ho fought DEALERS INJF"ixxo
for. 'Agents wanted everywhere to sell
ns having porformed their duties, II IIagan, ' v 0 00 this book on our now. and easy plan. "\ .xxt
askod to bo dischnrgod, which was accordingly M E Johnson, .5 00 Many of the lady and gentlemen agents every section at once to sell staple

done. Tho treasurer also exhibited J A Doughtry, lunatic, to send who aro at work are making from $.>0 to goods to dealers; no peddling; experience 417, & 410 Vv. Itay St.,

his bank nccount,, showing that him home 1310 $200 per month. Veterans, sons and unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 amonth. JACKSONVILLE, . FLJ
daughters of Veterans, and others interested Salary and or large
lie had all county funds on hand.On E C Cartwrlght, for Dec ifc Jan.W 1100 are requested to send 'for a beautiful commission made. Address expenses, with 2 cent RICH WINES create good, rich\\

motion, K. C. (Jartwright was II Sliarpe, road work 50(JO illustrated descriptive circular (free) stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap thy billing blood.sour Don't make wine the uecaiiM misubl n|

placed on tho pauper list for the months F T Budge, indue for biidgos. 3 3512fi and.terms to agents. Address Courier- and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati cheap. It is not.poor It lias a nasty. of December M S Sams road kH Journal Job PiintingCo., Louisville, Ky. Ohio. effect upon the sStein. l
and January, at #3 per woi () good wine is really not expensive, .

month.On A Conkling, ferryman . 4 00 gives you that pulled-togetber,
sat Isrleii feeling.
petition of W. N. Chaudoin ct. al., D Cain, ferryman 4 00 ESTABLISHED 1 7B.Wm. rJB We make I Specialty of Nortlmwiina

for a public road from Tlttisvtllo to the J F Bell, road work 85 00 Mountain Dew Corn V hlskey.tt*
years old, $i.60 per gallon. f
St. Johns liver, the Hoard appointed J P Brown, foeding prlsonors. 2100 A. BOURS Sc CO.... Parties living In J>ry Towni vll I
well to order from us as e cm ufl
A. J. Carter, O. Coward aud W. I). Simmons Tho Bonrd then adjourned to meet them 80 per cent, on all orders.ESTAlways .

to muk, view and lay out the best again tho first Monday In February. GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. > e will not open send new money accounts with on11V nut

route for sold road to run, and nniko suitable Jacksonville reference is piNo
their 0 East Hay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Goods sent C. 0.1> to Drv Tori
report on the ilrst Monday iu February Dye for the Whiskers isa
r
handle only the-best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay, Agent for Indlanopolis Hrevlng
1S08.Tho popular preparation In one bottle, and Corn, O.tts, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Orits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both blight and Brewers and Bottlers, Imliannpolw
petition of A. C. Dlttinar ct. al., colois evenly 11 brown or black. Any person daik at wholesale. State agents for Tygoi t-Allen,Fertilizer Co. Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.28 per case; Clayton &|Russell "Wild Cherry Brandy, $4.80 per case.
can easily apply it homo.Iff .
1 for a public road front orange tree, where Star Ilritnd Fertl'lzers nuarantced Analvsls, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pure Ground
Hone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potaiil), Kainit, eto. These fertilisers have no
the same crosses the public road at Foit superior in the market, and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free. SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAI5D,
> Pierce, and running to Five Mile creek, We would esteem the favor if our l'Hlatka.Flii. K. Bay St., Foot of Calher
.loaders when
writing or calling
tho Board appointed J. T. Hell I,. upon
L. our advertisers to
puu-lmse rooichandiso
Carlton and K. U. Raulerson to inai k, etc., would mention the Advocate. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

view and lay out the same, and report CLARK LUMBER CO. ,

"to this Board on tho first Monday in Manufacturers of

inFebruary. .

Siin petition of R. It. Sanders, et. nl., ORANGE MILLS, (Near Palatka) FLORIDA.Firstclass Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath..

for a neighborhood road, commencing ,,
at the southeast corner 'of* soiithea sfi* Building Material, true to dimensions, furnished as

quarter of the northeast quarter of sectioa represented.- fine stock of Lumber can be forwarded to A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, sblnj

> 10, township 21, south of range HO any lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. QTnmouldings
part of Florida at short notice.
east, to the bank of the Banana river, of all patterns a specialty.

at the old Hall road When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.V .
landing ; also beginning Write for prices, or call upon our Seabreeze (Flo ) agent,
at or near tho southeast corner The Bound*

of the land of II. J. THlln and center of ry Line. N. S. DAYTON.

old road In section 30, township 2:1: and When steps a younrfrlrl from W. B. DAWSON;

ending whore the old Tom Sanders road girlhood into womanhood % I Invite your Attention to nay Complete Stock of

connocts with tho public road at. T.Sanders' she enters Wholesale and Retail

tho Bonrd appointed M. S.Sams country.a new and A land strange of -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

W. R. Sanders and J. P. Sams to full promise and hope, yet

mark, view and lay out the same, nnd find of happiness hidden dangers.or misery Whether depends she largely will Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Gran WINE & LIQUOR MERCHAISei.

report on tho first Monday in February. upon the health and condition of the deli iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream
cate, special organism which is the freezers. Quick meal
Bond presented by J. Henry for notary and centre of her womanhood. source gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools
plows nnd harrows
and oils
ti Th paints Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry
nettinir
publio, which was examined and approved. e J'X" of yunH women are often Bnd barbed wire,
wrecked because of a mistaken sense of 1 19 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
modesty, which lead'* them to neglect the Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed ,
The county Judge made Ms monthly e* yer 7mptomsof feminine weakness. Paints.

roport for licenses Issued during the rnto These serious troubles chronic unless difficulties corrected which, develop become tlon.of your Please patronage, Mail- *Orders 0 1116 given for IToiupt Prices.ami Careful I Attention respectfully, and solicit inquiries a nor.for Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Ha.aa

month of December, which was oxaminod a dragging burden, ruining life's best prices answered promptly

and approved.It of opportunities happy wifehood and and blighting motherhood.all possibility 3VE. H2. C3-Xl.TJXl-bJ.lrC, Mexican and Florida Cigars,

was ordered that the road report ofF. Any woman suffering from these delicate West Palm

H. Bore, Chas. jftiber and'E. E. Swin- ef complaints lr Pierce's needi Favorite the health giving power Beach.Pla- JF'IIYIE Xr viVOY eROOERlE*

ton Is rejected on account of the heavy heals and strengthens the Prescription.womanly organs-It Wm. J. ITarkisheimkr WniSKEYS from $2.00 Ter Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Go
opposition before this stops weakening drains gives Pies. II. E. ITAnKisuEiMER
urged Board Intho ; vitality to Sec'y & Treas.
the nerve-centres, and restores perfect or 23" Frice List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If .
adoption of the report.J. ganic soundness and constitutional energy. you wish to open an account you must givefirst-class city references.
.Mendel rood It is the only medicine The Better
commissioner of dltrict devised for this pur. Elgin Company of Florida.
pose by a skilled sad experienced specialist
No. 1, made his semi-annual report in diseases of the feminine organism.Mrs. .

up to Doc. 31st, 1807, which was examined W. B. Duncan, of Arlington. Mo. writes WHOLESALE ONLY.Suutter Write for Wholesale. Trices for Market Gardeners of..
and approved by the Hoard, and 1 i7.Vd T" ''""rile Prescription i d

the vouchers filed for future references.It l-f.lw.ren,1"com'E, Vr2? '>15in- nJ'n* *y* Why Praise.rWh don't yon take my sLza/a. Ob.ese

was ordered that the road report ofeo. Sad ,tm Favorite" Prescriptionr d uh 0 ye.I told oW) RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS.

F. Ensey, It. B. Stewart and H. ,o ""I *1r'n, for month., .bout the Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

Casper, appointed by this Board as view.rs .
at the December meeting, to mark, Jft-Tttll 5 S ?.* " OTfcfc.fJHTA Our 4 Crewn Butter Is fceing used by the best merchants throughout the State. Selected and Grown especially for Florida Planting.

view and lay out a publio road from Mrs.jlf. iKW PJ* Uious. d.p ge Mas. tn The the butter State handled by ua Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman, Jacksonville, F'
of
Illinois. It Is
always uniform
E. Stephens' north" line to connect ?rfwkjJi ?. eo,5' Cowmoii Scum la quality.
These prices are as low as the same seeds are sold Seedsme*
by reputable
with the pubUo Jo d at,'Braotjsy; j, Merchants not receiving our,quotations will do us a favor by writing for sain '
*
to be ((10)) tea feet wide, and the'same la .' "ii,Ulr ?"/j'* t"* .r*' XomDr. fcrns sell' oxvrix*'rm trade, ixhi.' u p iiw New York, Philadelphia, etc, and the saving la time and freight 'will amount
considerable.
Thereby accepted, and notices ordered to .
THE ELGIN BTJTTEB CO. 'il 1t> ,: A iiKcJJ" >>
Or moiODJL. IN CASS OF A' FREEZE Remember me.I .




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 14. 18


Cards.p MR. FLAGLER'S

MIAMI.NEW STEAMSHIP HOW'S THISfWeoffer RARE CHANCE HODGES & GODFREY

Waxt
u. ytoauut* bB.Gaiaaii.3BINS one hundred dollars reward ,

GRAHAM, She Arrived at Jacksonville on Saturday for any cane of Catarrh that cannot be Manufacturers ofYellow.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, and Will To-Day Probably Reach Miami cured by. J.Hall's Ciiknkv Catarrh A Co.Cure.F. Toledo. O., Hotel Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla. Pine Lumber

or To-Morrow. We the undeisigned, have known F.J. .
From 10 ,
to 12
Hours: a. m.
ze ,
With Cheney for the last 15 and believe
4 flags and streamers flying and years,
and 2 to p. m.jrrrjsvTLUB HOUGH A DKESSKD
him
perfectly honorable in all ,
amid the
Brevard Co. Florida. blowing of whistles from river
business transactions and financially Orastffa Bam llvads.
|', ux, 108. craft and the mills, the new steamship able to carry out any obligations made
Fruit Jt Crates.
I practice In Ml the courts aUt and fed Miami, owned by Mr. H. M. Flagler, by this firm. Vegetable

rial facilities for examining and perfectad which is to ply between Miami and Nassau West A Truax, wholesale druggists, on Lumbar throtiKh delivered hill of lading.at any part Anyone of Indian contemplating River

titles.flNOtt steamed into Toledo, O.Waiding. building Jacksonville
on Saturday KInnan A Marvin, wholesale write for prirss. The Hawuiill la situated on the
S. JONEg, morning last, and tied up at the druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's J.. T. A K. W Ky., nillos south of I'ulatka.Sntauimt .

Clyde dock at the foot of Hogan street, Catarrh Cure is taken Internally HIkIUh, INitmuii co., Fla.

says the Jacksonville Metropolis. acting directly upon the blood and
ATTORNETATLAW.JSVILLE mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
Largo crowds gathered on the docks 75o per bottle. Sold .by all druggists. NATIONAL

BREVARD CO., FLA.. to greet the visitor, and as she glided Testimonials free. aA

gracefully through the water many gratifying Home-Seekers
County Judge of Brevard County.L. .
expressions were made about the life spent in the Rukh has been fit*
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
vessel, which is said to be the finest and tingly put an end to by a man-eating

GAULDENATTORNEYATLAW, fastest passenger steamer ever built for tiger, the victim being the senior officer

American waters. of the Bombay forest service, Mr. McGregor. Kxrhaugiag Property for Property aSpecialty.

The Miami is unquestionably a magnificent He was killed in the Kituara jungle Send Description of what

Sll practice, and In tbe all United the Courts States Courts.JO. of the. Btateirlda steamer. She is painted white, where his predecossor and other you have, ami what you want.MAXABAK .

Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. and acts gracefully in the water. She high officials not long ago were soverely
Indian River FLORIDA.C. .
,
Money to Loan. lg differs greatly fiom the familiar Clyde wounded by tigers.It .

steamers In construction. She Is not so C. CAKKOMj,

GOLDSMITH, high out of tho water, and more of her is said that President McKlnley Real Kbtato Agent.

cabins and decks are exposed, her main never walks with anyone unless that person 1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW deck being large and roomy and well is in his confidence, and in proof of The above cut represents roughly! HOTKIj I u NIX, at Sarno, Brevard Choice . .

protected. Her hurricane deck is so arranged the following remark of an Ohio man County, Florid.t, which Is only f o( a mllo south of the dopot of Eau Gallie, Fla., Wlnos. Liquors
whoknow8the president well is cltod. and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast K'y. lias do
usville, Florida.CARTELWES to make it a large promenade Said ho: "I'd rather walk with President pot, postoflice and telegraph olttoo. The hotel nnd seven cottages are located on . and Cigars,
with plenty of seating room, and all necessary ten aores of land fronting on the Eau Gallie IIIver, with view of Indian River on the
McKlnloy than be a member of his cabinet. east less than half mile distant and miles Is Guaranteed Pure.
accommodations.A ." a the AtlantU Ocean 2r away. practloally -
new buildings completed In 181)11.) The hotel and every coltngo la furnished Sold at reduced
FINE SEA BOAT. and most of the furniture and linens havo never been used. Two nrtestan prices

NOTARY PUBLIC, The Miami is in command of Captain No-To-Uac for Fifty Cents.Ouaranteid wells, pipes and sowers; 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the best ImH rto tobacco taatilt cure, make* weak of water. Tho has been usod two months bytlie former own*
STATE AT property some
LARGE. F. C. Miller who for several only Wine,
years was men strong, blood pure. 6Uo,II. All UruKumta.Announcement. .
er, John Green, who died, and the property is now owned by C'ol. Aaron A IoGrauw -
Typewriting, taxes paid for in the Red from Italy.
D. Line and
nongidents more recently in
rents and of Jamaica, Quoen's County, Now York, whose address .after
accounts
p., etc. Correspondence solicited.collected, command of the yacht Josephine, owned January 1st will be Oak Hill, Florida. Thero is a large pavilion 100 foot John B. Togni

Titusville, Florida.J. in Philadelphia. In speaking of the new square, cement lioor, cement walks, wator works and garden. Best of hunting and ,
steamer fishing, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Eau Gallie and Indian Ulvers; Metropolitan Saloon 121 East Ray St.
Captain Miller who is a very By special arrangement made with the ,
oysters, eon bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is roady to open as a hotel
genial old salt said that she eclipsed all Outdoors Publishing Company, of New JACKSONVILLE FLOKIDA.
WEBB, Tork the proprietor of the Advocate In one day's time. Every convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. ,
expectations a uJ he styled her a "Daisy"in Titles perfoct. The cost to John Oroon $4SHM( ) for sale cheap .
will, for the low price of $2.00, send the original was ; now ; Wholesale) a. d ltetall.. ...
ATTORNEYATLAWViIl every respect. "In passing Cape Advocate and the monthly illustrated half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here.Addiess .

Hatteras said Captain Miller "we had magazine "Outdoors," for one I). L. GAULDEN, Tltusvillo, Fla.Or The Largest and Most Complete
|\ practice in the Courts of the 7th year. Aarim A. DkGrauw, Jamaica, N. Y.
icult.blbourne. extiemoly rough weather for 20 hours, This is an exceptional opportunity and Establishment South.GEO .
should bo taken of without
advantage
Florida.O. and I never saw a vessel behave better.
.
delay, as this special offer will hold good S. HACKER & SON
She rode the seas like a duck, and not for a short time only. To those who already "OUTnOOKS," tho Now Sporting Magazlno. ,

FRIES C. E. once did she poke her nose under water, receive the Advocate the magazine FISHING Invaluable to the salt water fisherman, the fresh wator fisherman
,
although I fully expected her to do so. "Outdoors," will be sent for 75cents. the grouse, quail, snipe, woodcock nnd hare shootor, the
COUNTY Make all remittances to Clias.II. bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, tho big game hunter, the tourl t
SURVEYOR. The weather for the rest of the voyage Walton, Titusville, Florida.Don't wheelman, photographer, boatman nnd naturalist. Price lOots. 1$

Land legally was very pleasant. We did not drive Subscription $1.00 per year. Wrlto for sumplo copy.GEO. .
surveyed and sub-divided,
her engines, but under normal speed she SlsuRTS LOUTHEL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor,
apping neatly done. Estimates for developed 10 knots an hour, which is a Tobacco Spit and Smuts Tour Life Amy.To No. 1 Madison Avo., Now Yoik, N. V,
quit tobacoo anally and forever, ba magcetla.
kindsof engineering works. Disited splendid speed under the circumstances, full of Ufa, nerve and vigor, take No-lo-

lines a specialty.tusville as she is a new boat." Baa,the wonder-worker, that make* weak men
strong. All druggists,BOo or II. Cure guaranteed
Booklet and sample free Address .One Man Can Run This Steamboat
Brevard Co., Florida. ROSTERS OP THE OFFICERS.
Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or New York . ,
Besides Captain Miller, the Miami has

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, as officers: C. W. Delano, first officer; T.P. Orange Grovo iui l Itetdilcnco

Dallas, second officer; J. A. Lovelace, for Sale.A cU CO

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pu/ser; D. Chisholm, chief engineer; W.Chlsholm fine grove nnd garden property of MANUFACTURERS OP

Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, second engineer; A. Frink, 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River 3 (0 2.o Doors Sash Blinds
and extending back to the county road ,.
a cksosjvillk third engineer, and John McGloin, stew
Florida.OPE at Sharpes about 15 miles south ofTitusville
ard. She also cairies a crew of forty & Building.Material
8 | Moulding
known as the Brock place; ,.
) A CAMPBELL men. All the officers areattired in natty 500 bearing trees; good house, four
blue uniforms, with their rank and the rooms and kitchen; servants' house and p Ofllco A Wairroom*. Klnff, opposite

Flagler flag on their caps and arms.Mr packing house. Price, $4,500.00. oD 5" Cannon Mroot,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, R. A. Parsons, a trusted lieutenant Apply to Bobbins A Graham, < "g 5" Charleston, S. Q.

of Mr. Flagler's, is aboaid of the Miami, a Attys. for owners, oqMACHINKItY

Jacksonville, Florida.Vm. and he will' superintend the starting of Titusville, r la. Sash Weights Cord and

the new line>from Miami to Nassau. Mr, ,

Scott; 'Oobdon R. Broome.COTT Parsons is ajso a very pleasant gentleman Advertise in and Hardware.
IIANDI.KH FItOM 1'II.OT 1IOITHR.
& BROOME,, and he and Captain Miller spared This steamboat Is 37-rt. long,Ifift.. beam, 2-ft. depth of hold| draws Vi Incline of water, anil Window and Fancy Glass
no pains to show the reporter their vesrset. will run eight miles nn hour, tins oabln Well font, Willi IIH-ft. hn d-room. Two folding beds anil
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Subscribe for ### galley, 6xS-ft, Can aouoimiiodate six or eight persons easily. Horns either wood or ooul. Hult- A HVKOIAI/rY,
able for pleamire purpose or light freight or nslilng business. We wllli duplicate for, |,200, or
(over Bank) Another important person aboard the will alter to suit conditions, at priros from $ii kK( ) to 1JVK).

IlAV { Miami Is Mr. John Patterson, consulting the DAILY DAYTONIANOf MKllllir.I.HTKVKN1 KN !'NKKKINli CO., BO YEARS"
? Florida.EORGE 138 & 140 East Hay Bt.,Jacksonville, Flu. Knglneers, Contractors, Ktc. EXPERIENCE
engineer of the Cramps, the builders of

W. ALLEN, the boat. He is making the trip by invitation Daytona, Fla.

of Mr. Flagler, and be says that The only Dally Paper between

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, he has paid close attention to the machinery St. Augustine and Key West. HOMESEEKERS

and that he has never in his Dally news despatches. =
fey West, Florida. i
many years of experience seen machinery The largest local circulation In Daytona Trade Mark* '
Will practice In the United States work better than in the Miami. He will and is read In every town between OceiaNS i

md State Courts. 9jun95IDK St. Augustine-and Key West, on the . . CopyrightAe..
accompany the boat to Miami. East Coast.Advertising. Who arc Seeking a Home in the
There are also aboard about fifty officers nnl.isir Bsoertsln nnr oplnftn f """ "'," ,
rates I Subscription:
F# n* nQUOIITO? of the various East Coast hotels. on application. I One year, $1; Six South should send to tho undersigned tlnna strtotlr*. tfinsst onnfldanttal." or foM Handbook urtn oni palnts.PaMmusentfrs

They will remain here until to-morrow | months, $2.00. Patent* taksn through Hunn I/O. reoeitnmUU >
nolle*, without eharg*. In the
DENTIST.3aytona when they will leave for their destinations Address theDaytosian
American
by rail. Puni.isuitro Co. (Inc.), for a copy of the Scientific .
A panrtsomalrrilastratod wes l Ieuiatlon **-_*** tilt.
Florida.T Fla. of anr solaotulo 1 " J*mis.M a
DESCRIPTION OF THE VESSEL. Daytona, sdalers.RUBBER .
Bold br all
months ft.
year i four pew
The Miami was launched from the Q0aeiBro.dw..NeWi

ALPH E SMITH, M. D. Cramps' ship yard, in Philadelphia, on Sheriff* Sale.UNDER Florida East Coast Homeseeker. oe, tba r Bt*Washington. V.

October 36th. The vessel is a fine looking

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. craft. It is 210 feet long between anil by virtue of an execution Issued

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal perpendiculars, 40 foot beam, moulded, Florida the County, on the Court 11th for(lay Brevard of October county , We have lamia for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for TAMPS TWHYNOTHAVaJ
1897, In certain therein pending, where.In J WORKDQMt.aVjjO ;
includes a cause t
The ,
and 23 feet deep. machinery
Diseases.Svnfobd the Titusville Klectrlo Light Co. la plaintiff Winter and Summer Homen. Climate tbe healthiest In tbe United State*. tal.lLS CHEAP AND A RCM;
two vortical inverted, three cylinder and Duren & Feaater are defendants, 1 have
levied ujion and will sell at publio auction. In Apply to .
Florida. (
triple expansion engines, driving front of the Court House door at Titusville, bALL. SEALS IRAS
twin Bcrews. Steam is supplied by four Florida,during the legal hours of sale, on the JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commigsloner,
F1RBT MONDAY IX FEBRUARY,
single end return tube boilers. The collective
the name 4>etng the Tth day of the month, and FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y,
indicated horse power is about legal sale* day, to the hlgheHt anil heat bidder '
for cash, the following described real estate 'IN THC'SPUTH'
and the trial developed a ST. AUOTJSTXNE FLA.MANIER .
1,000, on trip to-wlts Begin 210 feet weal of tho northeoat ,
sustained sea speed of between 17 and 18 corner of the northwest quartor of aeution 4,
township 22 south, range BA east; thence'run
knots, or about 20 miles an hour. The south 210 feet,thence west 417 feet,thence north
24 feetto the township line) thence east 417 MEN MADE VIGOROUS
equipments of the vessel is of the best feet to tbe point of beginning,containing 'J 3-10 WEAK
material and workmanship. The vessel acres, and being in the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 4. township 22
has two decks and three tiers of staterooms south, rang* M east,the same having been levied & LANE MUSIC CO.
upon as the property of Arthur T. Keaster,
with a capacity of 120 first- JOSEril F. DKOWX,

class passengers. 'Some of the rooms are jan7-fel>4 Sheriff,Etc.

parlors nine feet square, and are 'furnished i car.

luxuriously. White mahogany and Notice of Sheriff')* Sale. What PEFFER'S HERVjGQR Dill

gold constitute the woodwork add deco It acts puwerluily and Ouli Sly. Curse when an
others fsfi. You nn man rosalit lost Bianh.sid i t/ld
ration.Tbe. anil by virtus of an attachment anil Conover Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln man recover youiliful visor. Ahmtlatrlr* r...i.i....iCurw
UNDER Issued out of the County Court sai .d Visxvlesrr Mrv< .r
.
dining room is amidships, and is M h l, KM.lon 1i.osiC we.
in anil for Hrevar I connty, Florida, In acadse
tiled throughout with rubber interlocking therein depending, wbereln Aaron A.DeOrauw M anil all tfrct. oS tlf mbutt or tx t* o .|
la plaintiff and Mary E. Titus Is defendant .tfcM, Wsnls oif Insanity end consumptions
tiling, corresponding with the trim I have lerled niion and will aell atpuhlle PIANOSCHICAGO l*>nr't l t drtli l t impuse a worthloss snhatliule onoscstis
auction, li front of the court house door, ruup.r. It ylwlils a r liTpr.ilH. Inslslon hay.
mings. A vaulted dome is the medium at TltusTllle, iireraril connty, Florida, during pall'indurr
YOUR FORTUNE of light during the day, and electricity the leiral hours of aale,on thonRST per bos. or f >r a}*, who *. T *'*'
J* '0o ne ltb. Yonr happiness la yoor straosUi. MONDAY Ut FEBRUARY, 181", rlttaa liasrasIM *n Osrs i>Ketun.1 tk
Keep the llsaU asd TkrMl clear and healthy furnishes light at night. There is no COTTAGE ORGANS Mann, pniphl freej ld by rtroysista.A.ldr--.
yyjnrmlmjanrt Drain I*aiwavs atreatandeese. the name being the Tth day of February,imm, to
5 HJ 41C M KJITHOI.I U AIiEK It lb* clashing of gongs or ringing of bells to the highest and best bidder, for cash, the following
5 *i? rsltaf to mankind la all head trvnDle*. described lamia of said defendant, lying Sold by J. M. 8creven,'only.Tbe .
.S.colD SOU THROAT, * announce meal time on the Miami. There and being In Hrevard county, Vlorlda, to-witi
JAKHH.appstrs by It.TkM mm s>Wonderful w wl dor InrOaMarrk Hav rsv rand dl are regular meal hours for these, and All tho north-half of lot I of Titus Addition to Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
Asthma tv-BIT-T 09II.V cruaHatAM'a.. the town ot Titusville; Also all lot of block
W!* Mt M m Si ip.Tii. SMS at* mU Br passengers, like guests in first-class 18; all lot a of block If); all of lot of block 31; Royal-tansy
II. t*anl*. hM 1r S mm nllll, trmm. all of Iota 7.x,9 and 10 of block 2 and all oflota pillsax
Write
cisHa.s oaie co., Vistula*. ., v.a. a.W hotels, can go Into the dining-room for I, 2 and 3 of block 30, and all tot si* (6) of for Catalogues.MAXIZR.
meals whenever they please. The block E,of the Town of Titusville, a* per LeBaron's > rDiMvr>rAiija.a .
their of said town. naw,rsUabls siMl sat*ralMC fovaap.pnsMd
f map A LANK MUSIC COMPANY, oss It saanty or f-l?'"'
FAITHFUL MEN OR kltcben'ls located well in the stern o. JOSEPH P. BROWN, bmmwuim.How assd y ov
East Street Jackaonvllle Fla. iBvle-orsSes IM. artrsas. *
34 Ba/ laJUe.
women to travel for responsible the vessel. TJan-tfeb Bherlff Brevard County. ,
"
tablished house In Florida. Salary The Miami left for her destination last asISi la a p.a olaJn bos wvaepsvv, s U e OSMid SI. I
730 and Position the 17th the will start Advocate 1* still giving away, stamps for partlaal***. SeM %r ICAZlai
expenses. permanent.
Thursday and on
free, tobacco aoed of the finest grade.
Reference. Enclose self-addressed 0 IATIOI< Cktaaas. 111.
her regular winter schedule from Miami Call and get some, with' Instructions for
stomped envelope. tThe National, Star Tbe ADYOCATE does neat clean Job Printing. "
cultivation. .
Insurance Bldg., Chicago. to Nassau. its Sold by J. B. Screven, only



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INDIAN BIVKR ADVOCATE, JANUAfcY 14, 1898.

*
H* INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. *- ty In finding material for an article. We Daytona, where he will remain a short Citation.rpUK SAYE MONEY And Boy From V SC*.? *jff
predict this meeting will lay Uib foundation season.
for an association that will be
The schooner Frlacees Is refitted
,_WEEKLY JOOttMAL DBVOTKD TO TUB D V LOFMICNT permanent and widespread In its work being
and put in readiness for a cruise to Key wife or next of kin of en rd C. Sin th,
Or TUB IN01AM RIVEH, LAKE ings. West. Her cabin las been enlarged and whodledatJ.nsen, llrevard < -
WORTH AJJD IHOAYW BaV OTI07 other improvements made, including Ida.on the IHtU day of February.A. .W
TOBACCO GROWERS' MEETING and all.there whom It "<*" *
new bulkheads, making her a very comfortable six weeks myj' the first f JtTKJ
notified that
i PUBLISH KD BVKRT FRIDAY.Cbaklks and sea-warthy craft.A tlnn M,fa hereof,inapply to-wt: for January admlnls.raUon 14th. J"on, ann his Grain, Hay, Feed, Garden Seeds, Flour,
On I8th and liHb
January next, of said
delightful little dance was given at t will appoint some creditor
H. Waltok, Kdltor & Proprietor.MKMIIKH the Florida State Tobacco Growers' the Grenada, Saturday evening last, the estate Smith,In or Florida.other fit person,to administer on his Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
Association will meet at Green, music being furnished by G. W. Schuyler MLNOR 8. JONES,
of Indianola. This is the first of a
Cove and tobacco
OF Springs, a exhibition series of Saturday evening dances to be Janl4-fel.l8 County Judge.Tltusville. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
W which is expected to be given at this pleasant hotel by ths young .Fla,Jan.11,"98. beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. t
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, the largest ever made of Florida people of Eau Gallie.
AKFILIATKI) WITH TUB tobacco, will be a feature of the Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLi.P. .

National Editorial A ntociation.DiHonntlnuanro occasion. Every tobucco grower, West Coast Hotels.
or intending tobufro grower, should

of ad An. mint be iniMle por- attend the meeting, ut which papers E. McMURRAI Carriage and
will be reud the furcmost FLQRIDAGULF
by
tonally at tills olllce or by writing. &
growers of the state, and if not already

Check,etc., may be made payable to CiiablbhH. member, nhould join the BAKER,
Walton,publiHlier and proprietor association, the membership fee of ---- COAST' HOTELS-- Materials,
which is only $1 per annum. The Dealers in

good that has already been accomplished
Address all communications to by the association is shown Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., J
INDIAN UIVKR ADVOCATE, Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
the fact that its
by through means
TlTVSVILLK, FLOKIDA.TfBW Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE
about 80 per cent of this year'scrop PLANT SYSTEM. FLA.
was in the hands of the buyers

York OrririeiI by November 1st, and paid for

1iff Metropolitan Itulldlng, 1 MadlHon Ave, in cash. Nor is tills all, much useful Tampa, Fla. TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open/ The NewSelden
information has been disseminated
D. P. IIATHA.WAY,Marnier.
V. 8. I>cparti ciit of Agriculture among the growers, und advice

Weather Iliircau Jupiter, Fla.. and instructions furnished hy Port Tampa, Fla.- THE INNJ. -, Now Open. Door ]
the secretury of the association, II. MCKDICK, Manager. Cypress Company
which have done much to increase V
The following is a comparative statement
THE SEMINOLE, Open Jan. 17.
of temperature and rainfall for the the acreage and insure the success Winter Park, Fla.-
week ending Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1808. of many crops which might otherwise A. K. DICK, Manager. *9Plinta
1808 18
MAX.71J MIN. MAX.SO 7DATK. MIN. have resulted in failure, on lie Ocala, Fla.Belleair .- THE OCALA HOUSE, Now Open. Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
(M 42 ( 61) count of Ignorance as to the best 1*. F. BROWN, Manager. *
5fl 54 BH 464.J methods of cultivation. The association One of the Largest and 'Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blii

7 70 01 (111 hopes to extend its sphere Fla.- THE BELLEVIEW, Open Jan, 17.

8 73 73 04 63 (10fl.1 4.1 40 of usefulness.this Benson, and when W. A. BARRON, Manager. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

11 10 71 71 01o:< 70 fill 41 47 for possible personal will visits make of arrangements practical tobacco Gorda' Fla.- THE PUNTA GORDA-IIOTEL, Open Jan. 17. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of club
T. H. ABBOTT, Manager. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the ber
Total rainfall for the week: 0.13 Inches growers among those to possible material and woikmanshlp at our hands. Our production will cove

Departure from normal rainfall for the whom the industry is new, and Fort Myers, Fla.Kissimmee .- TIIE FORT MTERS HOTEL, Open Jan. 17. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc
week: minus 0. 04 inches. Departure
from normal rainfall since January 1, will also issue bulletins from time F. H. ABBOTT, Manager.TnE .
minus 1.08 inches.J. to time which will bb distributed

W. Ckojtk, Observer. among the growers. Fla.- KISSIMMEE HOTEL, Now Open.
L. E. BULLOCK, Manager. MIAMI !

The New Governor of Iho liuhaiuH*. Send to ench manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to railway *

OUR CLIMATE. or steamship rates, or sleeping car lines ind time cards.B. .
Sir Gilbert T. Carter has seen much |
service on the West Count of Africa, and W. WRENN, Passengor Traffic Manager,
The spirit of exaggeration which now exchanges the InliotipUable climate | Savannah, Ga.Hov. Town Lots Now
permeates mankind find* no more of that part of the Jiiltish tfmplre for on
attractive subject upon which to the salubrious Bahamas. He entered

expatiate thun any somewhat tin- tlio navy of in I ho 1804 Colonlul, and was steamer appointed Sherbioat paymaster When Customer calls for '
a Wheat
usual meteoiological condition, Sierro Leone in August, 1870. He Spring Flour A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
such as ia bound to occur from served on the Gold Coast duilng a part ,
time to time. Thus the recent cold of the Ashanti campaign, was one of the
he to
weather-which heralded the incoming and commissioners stores left bohlnd for valuing by the the ordinance Dutch at expects get : Mrs. Julia D. Tuttli

of the' new yeur has been augmented the transfer of Elmlnii, and was appoint,
into a freeze of alarming ed.successively private secretary to the
proportions, and the final dissolution governor of the Leeward Islands in .Sep CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
of Florida ns the home ofsemitropical tember, 187.% collector of customs and
treasurer of the Uold Coast In. August, In all
of the
fruits is no doubt 187S); treasurer and postmaster for Gam parts Town. Carefully Selectee

confidently expected. While we do bia In October, 1881; administrator of Fruit and
not mean to'infer that the sudden Gambia, on its separation from Sierra Cgg* This Vegetable Lands on
Leone In November 1888 and
,
and governor
inopportune vagaries of the of Lagos in 181)0.) He rctlicd from Lagos ]>Xi ,iii Hiver a>ncl Bay Biscayne
weather do no damage would
nevertheless wo last year. _______________
impress upon our F" Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
more distant readers and friends Eau Gallie. '

the fact that the damage done is ofno Main Office, Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA,
vefy serious nature. In ,
one or S. F. Gove preached at the Bap ,
two months, at most, Florldlans tist church last Sunday.Geo. .

will have forgotten all about the W. Hays Is reported ,to bo very
cold snap, and all signs of the visitation ill at Orchid. Dr. Holmes is attending It Is the best: also the cheapest, because it goes
of frost will have disappeared. him.Mr. farthest. CHAS. N. WELSHA.NS,

It has been suggested that and Mrs. J. W. MoMann and fam
the climate is growing gradually ily, of Richmond, Mich., are located at Take no other; insist on getting the genuine

colder* and that in future we must llahia for the winter, article. i CEMENT BRICK LIME
SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
expect colder weather than we have W, K. Tombes has lidded two more For sale by leading dealers throughout the State.Bkknakd ,
been accustomed to in the boats to his fishingHoot. Fish are get
The usual reason assigned for past this ting plentiful again, hereabouts. #* HAIR AND LATH. **

change is the clearing of the "forest The weather since last Saturday has Aiiki,. Peteu J. Nkvins.
been of
primeval," but meteorological statistics and a summer-like straw hats not nature.being amiss.Shirtsleeves .BERNARD ABEL State Agent T & M. Paints and. Oils.o .

prove this idea to be fallacious Latest news from the steamer Courtney .. & CO. ..
; we would rather bo inclined reports her in tho East Coast canal, Old 'Phone 8, ) ( 13 Ilogan Street
to believe that cycles pf colder which she Is having gome dllllculty in JACKSONVILLE
.years and cycles of warmer years getting through. Commission Merchants FLORIDA.

come in regular rotation, and are Among the prominent visitors to town
probably the result of astronomical last week wore Messrs. Joseph LeFils, of ,
} I conditions ; that at present we are of Jacksonville St. Augustine.D. and. Goo. W. Zehnbauer, Corner Washington and Jay Streets, . . NEW YORK.

experiencing a cycle of cold, and JTLOUIDA PKODUGTS A SPECIALTY.
that when it is over another period S. Bryan, accompanied his son- LARGEST DEALERS IN
of warmer will follow.TAMPA'S Judge Milton Bryan, of Poland, on a Refer to Irving National Bank, New York; to all Commercial Agencies to
years prospective tour to Miami and Florida Growers whose ; Vehicles, Harness
vicinity, shipments wo sell. Send postal request for prompt reply ,
leaving here last Fiiday.Mrs. as to market prices, or any information in our line.

'FISH CONGRESS, Thomas Barbotir ariived last Fil Wagons, Bicycles,
day, and Is pleasantly located for the
1 < > la the South.2tT .

The very great interest which is banks winter of at the her Indian charming River cottage, on the FEE & STEWART.... Headquarters for Correspondence Solicited.v SABEL BROS.,

being evinced in the coming Fishery O. F. Hanna, of Columbus, Ohio, will Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE.Copleston's .
Congress which will open at aritvo next week at the Granada, to I f_. 3ID"s- f 3 3.
Tampa on Wednesday nest, is an spent tho winter with his wife and son, _.

earnest of the success that will attend at this over-pleasant resort.Capt. The most complete stock of General Hardware, Stoves, Furniture '
the elforts of the promoters Joo Mills has had his trim little Rugs, Mattings, etc., to be found South of Jacksonville, and at Popular, Crockery Prices' Dye Works. Gents'
of the enterprise. Sinco its inception yacht, llattle, repainted and refitted, Fine line of Enameled and Nickeled Copperware. Full line of Coffins and Caskets. clothing
several months and will make fast time on Ids frequent Agents for Aermoter windmills. Planet Jr's., Angle lamps, Harrison's and Elko
ago preparations between Paints.
trips here
and Melbourne. B_r Remit cash with order and the
save discounts.
have
make the visit been of going the forward delegates to, here Cashier early Branch Wednesday, of Melbourne, was MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. Cleaned Dyed and Repaired. Also ladiesdresses..
morning,
*ome of whom will come from distant tho boat for Coeoa. Mr. B. don't taking
states and some from foreign a four-mile walK In the early d.iwn.mind We guarantee our dye not to rub off or fade. Prices moderate. Return express

countries, not only of use from an The condition of tho board sidewalk FERTILIZERS paid on all work received by the Southern Express Co.E. .
industrial point of view, but also along Highland avenue, south of 0th st.,
one of pleasure. While Florida continues to get worse and worse; no J.
COPLESTON
effort Prop.,
will probably be more thoroughly being made to repair it.G. .

represented than* other states, it F. Paddlson fc Co. have completed ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S 27 Newnan St., West Side, JACKSONVILLE, FLA-
must be remembered that this a 160 foot building In their yard, con
congress necting with the planing mill, for the VIGETABEE FERTILIZER.
is not convened for the good storago of fine lumber and mouldings.
of Florida alone but is Specially prepared out of the purest materials and
intended roeommended to
to further the interests of the fish bo The held usual next Episcopal Sunday, but services will be will post not becauso they are the very highest standard of excellence. growers, The Premier Flour of America

ing Industry all over the world, poned until tho following Sunday, at
hence every section of the country which time tho new church will be For other crops we haveARMOUR'S

where the taking of fish or other ready.Dr. ORANGE TREE *
FERTILIZER. Unexcelled
water products is carried on as a and Mrs. Eugene Bralnerd will Biscuit
means of livelihood, should send soon occupy "the Olmstead cottage, on ARMOUR'S FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
the point at the mouth of Eau Gallie
delegates to the convention. The river, where they will bo at home to BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
Fishing Gazette, the most influen their many friends.A For

tial organ of the industry, says: number of persons visited the ocean Compare our analyses with those of.any other manufactures. We can give and

"The Fishery Congress which la to be beach last Sunday, sailing being delight you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
held on January 10th at ful, though the wind
Tampa, Fla., was somewhat Use
will undoubtedly be a great success. The light. Hook and line fishing is much in- our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analyses,
interest taken in It Is widespread. The dulged la and enjoyed In this weather.A prices, etc., furnished on>pplication. We shall appreciate a trial order. Bread Pastry.
that will be read Indicate the ,
gb standard of the write.*, the subject who B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
* flab and propagation belig almost Inexhaustible. was a guest of Hotel Granada the ARMOUR & COMPANY
past month and has spent the past two ,
Hence there *
s no difficul winters at Eau Gallie, left last week *
for
Jacksonville, Fla. Represented ty F, M. B0RSi\\ JACKSONVILLE, Hii -




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Melbourne.G .

anJ delicto**.
OOODK Ueal Estat* ami Loans. FERTILIZERS.
Anntfor.ft.tiu, London ami LUenmnl an t.loheaucl Immrlul firs Insurance. Siim ial M H M
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attentlou paid to tbe interest* ot nou rust-



HOTEL CARLETON-, MELBOURNE, FLA
Iteaiitlrullj Rituutrtl on a high Muff, o\er
L IF,1"' In River. First-claa* accoiuluoUutioiM -
,ami rata* reasonable.
K. ROHKIilfeUN, Proprietor. x>o


WHEN TOP GO TO MFLIUHTtVK Pall at the
llazanr, Mra.Chaa J. K. CampbWKt Co., Mllllnerj I'l' 1
Notion.men, Vmlernear rry UwhIh,,Ferris'Lailuia'Renonn-rea.lvmadaanil __2ijp.eLppl: ; ; " 0ro7eris

oil CorHpu,etc,embroiriury ami colored Milks,
AKlHAbaolutoly souvenir Kpuoni), Stationery,etc.HOTFL .
VIX LroxirLCi DF'ox-tJ.llsBoitr.

BELtCTTE. MELBOITIXF. FLA. hihi Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED VST" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
; >re minim River In a unaltered
situation Suiwrinr aceommoilatloni*. Slocl.erate for prices, and vto will to
Pure rates. ANALYSIS: provo you wo nn savo yon money.
W. R. CAMrTiKLL, l'roprletor
. '
Ammonia Moisture STEAMED BONK, RAW BONK,

HOTEL RlVIItSIDK, MELHOrHVK, FLA Kqnal to Sulphate of Ammonia .. .. t BLOOD AND BONE, At'IH rHOsPIIATK,
Available Acid
overlooking liuiiaii River hmut-ltk acootnniodationn Plioaphortii
ovl saxino kwoik eo.,new vona. anil good lioaui. Rates $150 ner Equal to Ronerhonphateof Lime .... DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA,
.
flavors* no to > oo pur week, apcordliiir to Votai.li KJ O
location of room. Sopcem! rale* to ltherpeople. Equal to Sulphate of Potaah ... SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
.
t'HAS.T McllRIDK.Proprietor.. Magnesia, Lime,Soda, ete.
Z3r Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

rest Palm Beach.lie Our young people have of COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
plenty sport *"* Mixtures compounded with machinery at low
Special
23 very
hunting fishing, sailing, base ball, tennis 0Narrows.
Advocate is now on sale at the Ben-bat Ling, rowing and a good time H prices.
s stand in the Palm Bench Inn.a. generally.

Ronald, of Lotus, ariived inn Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of City Point, Pleas Correspond "with lis boforo being induced toPamphlet. buy from Doulorn. Send for

Saturday night, and is the guest was in town on business last Tuesday, .
P. Anthony.s. also shaking hands with some of his

K. Clarice Arrived on the lake, many friends here. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

I ly, ia his fine yacht Providence, iting Hotel Bellevue is now open, rfml expects ,
gone to Eau Oallie to meet him a number of guests this season.

liis friend. We are all glad to have Their charges are model ate and it is a Taclcc3ri.s7ill ZE loxid-CL.
Clarke with us again.ipt. lovely spot to stop at.Mrs. ,

A, W. Cuie, of the new steam- Truett and Miss Sarah Eisen
t line, Is with us again, having aril spent from Thursday until Monday atErcildoiine day, repiesenting II. II. Williams Commission
batuiday night. The captain is Inn, Roseland, the guests ofMr. House, Philadelphia. G. G. SPRINGER
as jovial as ever, and says his boats and Mrs. I... C. Moore. 'X
Fred Hudson and wlfo, of Pino Bluff,
he down this way pretty soon now. Alexander Ooode left here last Friday Mr. Dawsons largo supply of bean Ark., are hero on a fow weeks' visit to
.
all for them.'nomas
are looking anxiously night, in his yacht Nylic, for a business seed was soon exhausted after the frost. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A.Hudson. .
Decker came up from Miami, trip to Menitt's Island, Rockledge, Cocoa More are coining not fiost, we hopo.An . - Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper OfC
ilty morning, and stopped over here and other points noith of Here.Mr. .
effort is being made to organize aChiistian Master Vernon Michael and friend,
iw days, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.iber . and Mrs. Wells invited the
W. T. a Endeavor Society among Mead, fiom Orchid, spent Sundny in
and his< mother, Mrs. L. II.sker. number of guests from Hotel Cailetonto Nariows people, and a meeting for that town, attending the Loiiguo in tho nftornoon. E
He is on his way to Eden tost join them in a trip to the beach last purpose is called for :t o'clock next Sunday %
L. it. Decker in putting up a Saturday. A very enjoyable time was evening, at the Woodley Bchool
piling at that place. spent by those who went.Rev. house, A largo attendance is hoped for. J. S. LeFils, representing Benedict,
Pollak A Co. arrived here Monday
,
jolly crowd of about fifteen young J. B. Ilavtk delivered a beautiful For some reason bean picking has boon night. W. T. Pnisons and W. V. Scott,
>ple, both ladles and gents, took adtage sermon last Sunday evening, at theM. E.Cbuicb entiiely suspended; Indeed, some people of Jacksonville, were here Tuesday, [Distilled. Waiter
> of the lovely moonlight Thurs- to a largo congieg.ition. Wo omitted to gather any of their first ciop,
night, and had a most delightful Mrs. Jan. A. Groves led the League
are pleased to learn that this able minister one Is so busy planting again. May
every
ycle ride up and down the lake oni hopes to remain with us for the coming their persistence and pluck be rewarded meeting last Sundty, and Miss Gertrude Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.FACTOllIKS I 4
east side and over the asphalt track year.Mr. by piopitlous- weather heto to make HauleRty will lead next Sunday. There
I he beach. .Every one voted a good and northern markets to was a business meeting Thursday night.W. .
le, and their readiness to go again atit and Mrs. J, II. McCoy, of Cloverd.ile good make ciops of
Lnnkester supeiIntendent
good prices.It II. ,
Ind. and their two charming *
,
opportunity. Sebastian Cincinnati Farms Ry. Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
the the ,
and
daughters, the M sses Gertrude Is with regret that wo report
The steamer Eclipse, formerly owned Bertha, ariived here last week, and will serious illness of U. W Hayes, who is paid a visit of inspection, TucBdny, to
Messrs. McClaln and Fowler, has spend the winter in J. II. Phillips' pretty stopping at Enos this winter. His father the beautiful orange groves at Rnsoland,
m sold to VV. II. Sanders, of Mangonia.is from and found that no damage had been
cottage on Straw bildgo avenue, much to Dr. Hayes, has boon sent for
is one of the fastest little steamers who Is done to either fi lilt or troes by tho cold
the lie
delight of their many filends, Illinois. In the meantime being
SEEDS-Field
the lake and is an excellent pleasure are glad to have them with us again. cared for by Mrs. Gould and Mrs. B.ilnos, snap of Jan. 2nd.M. and Garden SEEDS.

it. Messis. McClaln and Fowler, with They spent the winters of 18)4-i! )"> here. under the direction of Dr. Holmes, the II. Oittlaml and wife arrived hero,
lers, leave this week for Washington attending physician. His business is bet Tuesday night, from Punta Gorda. Mr.
The second session of the East Coast
tte, bound for Elondyke. Wcnder ifsy
ing efficiently looked after by Messrs. Outturn! lias just been appointed pastor
there will And to any our change balmy in air the of climate South Chautauqua fiom Feb. 20th v.ill to be March held 7th at, and Melbourne an interesting Hunt and Swathory. We hopo the gentleman of tho M. E. church (south) at this place.We Largest Seed House in tho Stale.
will soou recover. wish lilm every success in tills new
session it is sure to be. President
arlda?
Forbes, of the DeLand University, The entertainment of tho Narrows field of labor, Mrs. Outland Is quite an Special Varieties of Corn for Florida Soods for Fodder crops. V

and Rev. Mr. Little, lector of the Episcopal Library Association, which took place Invalid, being barely convnleseent fioma
When in want of any kind of building prolonged sickness. They will occupy Send for Pi ice List.L. .
Inclement
church, and Mrs. Dr. Uillen, ofDeLand New Year's night, in spite of
iterial in loads otherwise theillders'
car or the
will be with us. Mrs. Uillen weather, proved a satisfactory success parsonngo. %
Supply.Co., at St. Augustine, will have charge of the music, which socially, artistically and financially. The CAMERON, Seedsman,
11 be make delivered
to
pleased you a fact makes nil feel glad, as we know, society extends grateful thanks to Super, The new schedule of tho Southern 125 East
Ice at station. You have nocnt's Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.AlsolPapor .
your middleman's commission to fiom expetience last year, she makes a intendent Sams for the privilege of usltigtho Railway will be found on our Oth page.We .
or success of whatever she undertakes. school house at Wubasso on tha(and Shell Poacan Trees, 1 to 2 yonis, Olusteo stock, *12 per 100.
The officers are as follows: Mayor F. other like occasions. The society also acknowledge receipt of a copy
Fee, president; Rev. E. W. Butter, sccletary humbly apologizes to tho pink and other of the midwinter number of tho Lou
toRockledge. ; Prof. II. S. Wintcis, tieasurer. papers on the river for neglecting to Angelos Times. It is fully and woll
Directors: It. W. Ooode, W. T. Wells, send them complimentary tickets,,which Illustrated, nnd contains over 100 pages.J. .
J. II. Phillips, T. Chaffee, C. II. Stewait was an unintentional oversight of the The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. I*

' many friends of Horace Shaies and E. P. Bianch. committee having such matters in I). CRAW! knepa a flrxt-chuis Saloon Wines,
ill be gltd to know that he in slowly The remains of Mr. C. J. Hector ariived charge It is hoped that at the next boors, whiskies, brandy and rum. Imported ,
his meeting of the association every and doinvNtio eiican, tolnuieo and eiKarettiw.Prl .
it surely recovering from lecentnessand regular
hero fiom Crescent City last Saturday member will bo present as a number of < of liquors from (J IK) to 95 no per Kallnn. 33. StTlDTjOVe", Qon'l lVIaxiaeor.
,
that it will not be long here
evening, and was taken charge ofby Prompt attontlon to telegraph and mall
his friends may welcome him at the the members of the Melbourne Masonic important matteis will come up for discussion orders. Teruia Cash. Conoa, Flu.J. .
and settlement. U CHA11H, A t.Kalonate South Jacksonville, Florida.
jtel. Lodge, and conveyed to his old
The residents and guests of Rocklodge home at this place. On Sunday afternoon
lumber and other building matei MANUFACTURER OF A\
ere recently treated to a fine display of'eworks the remains were carried to the Buy Your llowela With fn.oareta. \
by the generosity of Mr.nlth. Episcopal church, of which ho was a ial direct from the Builders' Supply Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.lOo.HCo. .
The shore was lined with spectors member, and there a very impressive service Co., St. AuguBtino, and save the lumberyard If C.C.C fall,drUKKlatarufund money.mm FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
commission.
man's
while some witnessed the "allymwer" was conducted by Rev. Dr. DuBoso ,
from boats on the water. For and his brother Masons. A very large
11 three-quarters of an hour, there was number were present from East Melbourne Fort Pierce.W. Vegetables, and dealers in all kinds of Raw Mateilal, Cotton Seed Meal,

i incessant shooting of the bombs and Melbourne Beach, Tillman, Tobacco Dust Kainit etc. Also
,
ckets, which would explode with aower Malabar, and other points, showing in
of stars, while the Bet pieces one what high esteem he was held. Mr. Robinson spent Sunday here.Dr. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.'or V13.0 XPflXXXO-ULJSa IX .xc3L-TX3ei.o Hrg T-s<3 Vh
shore were especially fine as well.Kockledge Hector came to this place from Melbourne Piatt made a flying tilp upriver the th tCKKof IIQIOU, OP11V. IIOKPIIIM!
Australia, in October, 1878, and tOI'AI.IK, TIMUrtO and ( HllltF.rlk. IMHI1M. Ammonia 4 to 5 per cent iIt
was the scene of a very ronntlc and moved to Ciescent City in October, Sunday.We Adopted bftha tT.S Oovftrnmimt.r.r Avallablo Phos. Acid to H per cont [ Jor $25.00 I cr Ton.
wedding, Sunday evening. John 1807. He was the founder of this town, have been having some beautiful lnr.rw.llu..t'ltv.. S *I.J I..l1lul jMhavatllla,.VI*. Potash K O. to 7 per cent )
liking was the groom and Miss Henrita and his dying request was to bo buried weather lately.J. New Ktsltarlum, Tor. Ualoanad llogaa Ht*
Brown the bride; both oolored. The in Melbourne. During life he was known Highest Commercial Value given our brands In tho last Bulletin. Write for
Waller has been a pleasant visitor Pilrcs. Outers for 'i tons and upwards for brands will he delivered free ef all
remony occurred on the porch of Mr.ildwin'a along tbe East Coast for his kind and ...av. a. I'Owur.L... our
packing house, which was liberal acts. To his widow and her three in town the past two days.Mr. freight charges to any railroad depot on the Kast Coast at catalogue prices, until
rhted by suspended lanterns and decoded In town LAND ATTORNEY, further notice.
children we extend our deepest sympathy and Mrs. McCarty were
with palmetto leaves; gathered in in their sad loss.Georgiana.. Tuesday, visiting friends.Tho Tallahassee, Florida.
ont of the porch was a large number
' white friends, who witnessed thecereony yacht Nemo, belonging to E. W.Goodall Formerly Corresponding Secretary In iti
with considerable interest and Is anchored at the city dock.Mrs. the State Land Olllce and Bureau of Immigration.

easure. Rev. W. T. Kenton, the" colcd Ed. Davles and family are on a Status of lands in any suction Fred'k. S. Morse
of Cocoa united them inarriage. this of the state given as far as shown -x--x.
pastor, Mr. McManara is very sick. Dr. visit to the Misses Hanklns, of ,
After the had been by the records of the State Land Ofllce.
ceremony Chambers is giving him his best attention. place.
irformed, and congratulations received, Abstracts, maps, plats and Held notes
le of the young ladles sang a sacred Dan Bryant is relieving Section-master procured and furnished upon application. :re3.a.Xj estate ;
ng, entftled "Sowing and Reaping." Archie Chambers returned Monday, Andrews, who had to go to the hospital Intel est s of non-resident property ,
from bis extensive pineapple plantation, in St. Augustine. holders a specialty. Taxes paid and redemptlons '
iges.Cy More. Rockledge news on 1st and 8th at St. Lucie river.Mrs. The pineapples in this section were made. 3VEI_ 1VLI, ODado Oo., tp t t ->t tttv,

Lena Owens received the sad not damaged very much by tbe cold-
news of the death of her sister, Frances, just set back for a while.A AGENT FOR LANDS OF

If you need any job printing, we on Tuesday, in Louisville, Ky.Mrs. gloom was cast over this place Tuesday THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
ail be pleased to a share of it.
get
Wethey and Mrs. Wagner were by the sad news of the death ofMrs. Florida East Coast Railway Company,

calling on Mrs. Meriwether and Mrs. Reynolds, who passed away early Electrical & Mechanical Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company,

Courtenay. Hughes Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Tuesday morning, after a short illness. lioston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company,
The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon
and Mrs. Baldwin and "Uncle and
number
in the cemetery. Quite a ENGINEERS.
Auntie Hughes" enjoyed a very pleasant
Our truckers are busy planting beans gathered at the grave to pay their last
id potatoes.J. last.call at Dr. Wittfeld's on Thursday respects to the deceased, who was The Most Complete Electrical Supply "A Morsel fit for the gods "
greatly liked by every one. She leaves a ,
A. Haistens, of Banyan,was in town Mrs. Dell Munson is at Daytona, with husband and other relatives to mourn House in tbe State

vhile last Monday. her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Allen, her loss. They have our heartfelt sympathies "and prices to suit the man."

Dial Bros., of Cocoa, spent last Saturay whose New Year's present was a little in their bereavement.
night and part oX Sunday here.R. daughter. '

C. Creech and T. Ledbetter, of Banin Two of the Anthony brothers came up 22T"" Subscriber, your attention is drawn
are spending a few days in our little and stayed Friday night at their place to the name-and-date slip If pasted are upon in "Coin Special" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon
urg. here, going up to Hardeeville next day your paper or wrapper. you
.
to look after their orange grove. arrears, please remit.Sebastian.
Rev, E. E. Johnson,of Cocoa,preached Manufactured by i *
i a large congregation here last Sunday Thursday being a lovely day, Mr. and k;
ornlng and evening.D. Mrs. Owens, Mis. Meriwether, Eva and .
Nellie went in a row boat across Banana THEG.H. HAMMOND COMPANY
S. Nlsbet and the Misses Alice and river to Cocoa Beach, had a plc-nic dinner
tatrlce Sanders, of Indlanola, attended and returned the same day.We Paul Kroegel has completed and delivered ,
lurch here last Sunday.Mr. a new cat-boat for S. W. Greene,
can't tell yet to what extent the of Micco.P. Chicago and So. Omaha. Florida branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. J'
and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, of Cocoa, pineapples are in lured from the recent Prices on Lard, Canned Meats, Bacon, eta, furnished on application.
ent last Sunday here, the guests of Mr. cold but orange trees nor the fruit Lorillard and party passed here,
snap
"d Mrs. C. O. Blyth. were damaged at all in this neighbor In their fine houseboat Caiman, Tuesday,

The schooner Veteran, with II. II.inkins hood.A. southward bound.A .

captain, and M. Jernegan, first L. Bruner and family came over carload of lumber has just arrived JOB PRIUTHTGOF
te, brought in a cargo of shell for from Oceanus Sunday, bringing Mrs.Nettie from Howard Bros, mill for Messrs.
jor Tiffin on Tuesday. Sherlock, who had a very painful Hudson aad Lowder.

Major Tiffin paid Coeoa a islt last felon on her finger. Dr. Chambers skillfully Curd Sehreeder, of Stuart, took advantage ALL KINDS i ;
tteaday. whlka. there he purchased lanced It, and Mrs. fliseock kindly of the Sanday train and spent Ex Muted at thsADVOCATE
M> P*' > launcfc Adelia, which cared for her during the night, Mr.Bruner. few hours la town visiting friends.W. THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

pub will Ian.run In connection with the Dnnt and Auntie and family Hughes.stopping" with Munel Jarria, of Cocoa, was here Wedncs- Jacksonville. FI*. PRINTING OFFICE.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 14. 1898.ih .




CALL FOR THE NATIONAL The successful growers o! THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.

FISHERY CONGRESS.Executivk .


Mansion, 1 Oranges Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement,
,
Tallahassee, Fi.a. J ,


Editor Impressed Indian with River the Advocate Importance: of have found out that only by Yitrifled Paving 'and Sidewalk Brick. .


propagating and protecting the fish inh the liberal use of fertilizers containing

of the United States, and the Telephone 202,
waters 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
necessity of devising means and formulating io% and over of actual
General Manager.Tulto .
J, K. MUNNERLYN,
methods to save from total extinction

many varieties of valuable food

fish, we have deemed it proper to issue Potash

a call for a National Fishery CongrPSB, xTx ix> on Xxxdlena. Rivor.

to .assemble at Tampa, Florida, on the

10th day of January, 1808. can they raise large crops of

The National Fishery Commission, of *

the United States, will take a prominent well flavored, richly colored

part in the proceedings of this assembly.We This space is Reserved
fruit.We
respectfully request the governors .

of the various states of the Union, and have some special circulars and pamphlets for the new Time Table

tho Fishery Commissioners of the same, on this subject. They are free. Send


to which appoint should delegates command to the this earnest congress attention , for them. GERMAN KALI WORKS, INDIAN RIVER & BAV BISCAVNE ISLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY. I of the F. E. C. Ry.FROPOSK .

Nassau St.,Nsw York. -of the Indian River' &
9J 6th the steamers
of all good citizens of the United Commencing Monday, 'December ,
Co. is appointed to sail as follows:
Inland Navigation ,
States. In this interest we commend Bay Blscayne 6:00 p.m.
Tltusvllle Monday
the words of the Hon. T T. Wright, who Leave Arrive St. Lucie, River. . Tuesday

says: *'The water farms of the United White City.A Leave" Tuesday
8=0 "

States, ocean, lakes, and rivers are neg* ArrlvoTitusvllle, Wednesday am"
lected and but half developed. Let us number of our settlers complain of Leave Tltusvllle, V. 2:0 pm'
' S'
turn on the search light of science to reveal deer eating tbeir beans. # Arrive Leave Reams Reams,, : p' m'

their treasures and possibilities, Mrs. C. II. Rook has been ill for the Arrive Tltusvllle, Thursday ,. 8:00 a. m.,

' and hereby increase openings for new last weekh but is some Letter at present. Leave Tltusvllle, 6:00n p,-, n-
y
fields of labor, and a larger supply of Arrive St. Lucie River S FridayArrive
of Okalahoma
Robert N. Allen and wife, Leave" *
food for mankind." hero to make Tltusvllle Saturday .* ''Ji00 m'
nrrlyed Thursday, : ; -
Trusting that this congress will receive their future home.Capt. Making all Intermediate landings on signals. Connecting with J., T. fc k..

the consideration it deserves, and W. R'y in both directions.Geo. .
Duie.of thai. R. & B. B. I. N.Co. F. Milks A. W. Buie,
,
its deliberations beneficial to the
prove
visit last* Thursday and Gen'l Manager. *>"P *
citizens of the United States and the paid us a ,
left on the steamer Delia, Friday.r. .
world at largo,

(Signed) W. D. Bloxham, W. NilsHon, of Chicago, secretary
Governor of Florida. of the Florida Trl-zone Product Co., is MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.WANTED .

expected In White City, next week.C. .

FLORIDA STATE TOBACCO II. Rook made a trip to Jacksonville Florida, New York,
Philadelphia and Boston.

GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.tinsBN and St. Augustine, last week, on From Brunswick, (via Fort Royal, B. C.,)to New York.fabskngkk'servick. .
business for the Florida Trt-zone Product Trunk Line.
The
Covk SriUNun, Fla., Jan. 1, '08. Co. Via Fernamllna, F. C. & P. Ry, and Cumberland Route! Tropical
I.r Jacksonville 8.15 am: Lv. Fernandina 1.30 p ro; ArllruuswtcK
Jilver Advocate.
Editor Indian1
6.80 Daily exrept Sunday.
Dear Sir: .The next annual meeting Monthly Scliool Statement. Via Everett,all p rail m., F. C. & 1*. Ry, suit 8o. Ry. t.v Jacksonnvllle Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway
4 00 u in; Ar Brunswick 7.110 p m. Dully. Passengers
of the above association will be held atOreon allowed on board for supper Thursdays. JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.
Statement for the month ending the

Covo Springs, Jan. 18th and 10th, 4th day of Jan., 18118, for Bievtud SOUTH Table In Effect Nov.87,'07.TTAr. -NORTHNO.
Time
addition to meeting our SAILINGS< 32.T No. 78. I No. a|
1808. In our County, Fla. ,Brunswick. No. No. 20tt| No 21'lO No.2312a
decided Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:30p.: in., (Standard Time.) Lv Local < Lv. ....JACKSONVILLE 30 am 7 40 p m L l l
having
Executive Committee on
RECAPITULATION. Friday, Opt. 15 RIO GRANDE.. ...Friday, Oct. 22 Mixed p 9 36 a844a ...Orange Park 8 62 am 7 18 p m'' Mild I
a State Tobaocd Exhibition, and ask Total receipt's' during month. $734.42U.ilunce Friday, Oct.1M.... .....COLORADO ... Friday, Oct 29 MoWy U20pH30p I'eoria 6 40am 7 09 p m Tiimlii I
Friday,Oct.21* .. ... RIO GRANDE.. ..Friday, Nov. 5 and Fri .. ...Magnolia .>.... |Thur <>f
every member to exhibit from 5 to 10 in treasury. l.'M Friday, Nov. 5 t... ..COLORADO .. ....Friday, Nov. 12 12 01p 10 06aio ..Green Cove Springs.... 6 09 am 6 48 p m & 811 I
pounds of this year's* crop, for which ITEMIZRD ItKCEU'TS NOV., 18!>7.Iial. Friday, Nov. 12 . .RIO OIIANDK. .... Friday, Nov. 19 "" . ...BostwickPalatka. 239pill
olia ....? 6 00 am 600 pm
be for tho best of each For general Information, steamers, trains,rates, etc,apply to any railroad aeent or to 11 B9a l lS 4 6 p.PlllSpil
prizes will given in treasury last neiimt $10(101( .('HAS. DAVIKS,Agent,220 W.Hay St.Jacksonville.H. 12 4.lpi 141 a 11 10a Satsnma I, 28am 34pm

kind as per enclosed list. From tux collector, school levy # 41 51t II. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.C. 1 1 *14p 204a240a 11 11 2 30a a .Crescent,Pomona City Junction., 414am368am 6 6 24pm 10 p m 12 28piLii
All the railways of the state have > t> n 4i'07 7(4(1( .II.MALLORY,Oeneral Agent,Pier 20, E.River,and 362 Broadway,N.Y. 5p 11 92a Seville 3 40am 46 pm isii|
poll tax '!>7 SO 00 PP 322a328a 12 22a ...DeLeon Springs 802am264am 4 25pm 10 271:1:
undertaken to get up special exhibits, ' 'Oil. (100 430 p 12 27p GlenwoodBeresford 4 18pm403pm 10 001)9)

aud we have no hesitation in saying that, State treas., redemp'n of lands 71 tWSlato 6 10 p 3 61a300a "12 40i, 2 3Sam135am 3 4ft pm 9391 r
035 2 Blip Art
p irlLv
from present indications, this will be treas., one> mill tax BOO SOCo. 4 30 p 12 20a Lv ) .DeLand < [ 4 2fipm
tobacco Supt. examination foes 15 0i> 8 25 p nonpB53p *' Enterprise 12 29am
the largest exhibition of Florida Ar TITUSVILLEPaola 110 36 am
Also rec'il bill, in ex-lie.ts. hands
ever made. Every sample of tobacco on Oct, 1, '07, previously le- SorrentoMt.
Will bo criticised by exports; Its qualities but now mToiiutrd forty 4 20p Dora 11 15am

and defects pointed out to the grower in troas not Inchutud lu total '((10 5. ) 6 18p 449 ae 4 1 35p 20p Ar Sanford TavaresAr ..Lv.Lv.Lv 111 2 37 00 p a m210pm in 830*

order that they may Improve in their .Altamonte Springs.....
Total receipts $ 801 DO Winter Park
future crops. We therefore ask you to 05 a 2 30p OrlandoKlsslmmee 11 67 p m
.
ITEMIZED KXPlCNDirUllGS.Jno
favor with a sample of this
us your Bartow Jc .
73 00
year's II rams, Supt. salary 8 30 a 4 20p ..LakelandBartow 015pmt6B0p 12 22 am
crop.
J S Snowden, mem. board 400ii 1025 a 4 60p mt 7 46 am
Our meeting will be exceedingly interesting Dan K Miller, mem. board. J : MBOO> 2 Ollp Ar Punta OordaAr .Lv 228 pm
and of groat importance to <} F Paddison, reprs on brt'g.Hanev 8 65 a B25p6Wp Tampa Hotel ..Lviiv 7 40 p m 1115 a ni
Bay
tobacco growor. Addresses will Fur. Co, Nob. 4, 22it 31 2 10 35a Ar .Tampa Fort Tampa 700pm230pm !*1035aml...
very II Holmes, inter. Indobl'neHH 2 1)1CO ) Mon and eat. 10 OOp Lv ;Port Tampa .Ar Tliurs.and Ban.Wed. .
be given by the loading tobacco growers Jas Pritcliaiil,! US 11, int. iml'bt (.8 Tues& Friday. 3 00|> Ar ...KeyWeBtAr LvLv ., and Sat.
' of the state, and many subjects of vital Susie llrown, scrv. grad'g Coin. 2 00 Wed and Sat. 8 ooa Havana.. Wed and Sal.

interest to us all will bo discussed. We Ida Hates, 2 00 Dally, t Daily except Bunclay.
Anna Sweet, 2 00 Trains at and 32 Carry ThroiiRh. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. .
ask you as a spoclal favor to honor us Indian Rivor steamers(new line) leave Tltusvllle Mondays and Thursdays at 6:00: p m.li'ICocoa
with presonoe/and send us along a 8UMMAUV. ,RnrkledRe, E m Oallie,Melbourne,Stuart,(St. Lucie River) and Intermediate Jiointa |
your Teachers' salaries total $1217 r.o Indian River. Returning, arrive at Tltusvllle Chursday and Saturday, connects with .,T. I fW.
,
of tobacco. Our association and
sample your train for Jacksonville Tampa.
All other bills 107 71 Train 23, leaving Jacksonville delly at 8-12 a m.,arrives,at Hawthorne at 12:19: Galnerl'l'
for" all exhibits
holds itself responsible 1:20, Ocala 2:10: p. Xeesbnrn 3:55: Brooksville 6:45 p.m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 12 a,if
and guarantees their return to owoor by29th Total expenditures $ 144.) 24Kverylitxly arrives at Oakland 2:43: a. m., Laocwxliee e::40 p. m., Tarpon Springs 8:56: p. m., Clearwater -
m., St. Petersburg 10:30: a. m.,dally except Sunday.W. .
of January. "Exhibits will he carrled -, B. COFFIN. a. r>. ACKERLY, ,
freo all General Superintendent. General Passengsr iR>\
to and from meeting by Says So.Cascarets .

in the state.Do .
companies
transportation Candv Cathurtic, the most wonderful
not allow anything to interfere inedioul dlHomcry of tlie a te, pleasant
and lefri-Hlnnir to the taste, nut Rently
attendance. Members of tho
with your and positively on kidneys,liver and bowels, w 3 Southern
..association, on presentation of their certificates cleanaiuff the entira system, dispel colds,

of membership, will be entitlodto cure and biliousness.lieudoolie, fever Please, liabltuul buy and constipation try a box SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I.

a rate of one cent per mile distance of O. U. C to-dav; 10, SB. fill vents. Hold and Railway.

travelled to Green Cove Springs and 'return. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and Mew York. -

This is an unusual and remarkably The Fleet Is oompoeed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche"

cheap rato, and we ask you to show "
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon (now>, "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole.

your appreciation toy attondlng. La ml For Sale, Cheap.I MOST EXOELLENT SEXVIOB EVER OFPEBED OUT OP ILOIVOLNCRTH
Exhibits should be sent to T. J. Laud- North-Bound.

Drown Green Cove Fla., on or
Springs
,
Steamers are appointed to anil according to the tide. EAST WEST.TH
before January 15th. havo for sale 80 acres of pineapple From JACKSONVILLE, FLA,, (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. .
CHARLESTON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Very respectfully,- land on St. Lucie river, n few miles below From
For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston, daily papers.

IT. R. Duval, Vlco-PrettUlent. quarter of northeast quarter of section South-Bound. THOROUGHFARE OOA0HKS, VE8TIBTJXBD TKAINB.

V. II. MooriiK, VicePresident.M 13, township 33, south of range 41 east; Steamers are appointed to sail from IMor East River, New York,at S p. m., as follows: _________ tNBW
II. Cuiirts of Ex. Committee.
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
ForCHAlU.ESroNS.Cs,
J. II. J ohssos, Seorotary. tho other 40 Is the northeast quarter For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(;calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesday) and Fridays, YORK AND FLORIDA LIHITED."
of section 3
southeast
* T. J. Laud-Brown, of quarter Solid Iralo of VestUraled Pullman Drawing Room Compartment, Observation
Treas. & Ass't. Seo. township 38, south of range 41 east.Tho Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) Dlnlnc Care betweea fit. AUfvettne and New York without change."WASH1NO.TON .

acre.above It land Is suitable can be bought for pineapple for $10, (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."

Good tlmos havo come to those whomHood's per lemon or lime growing. STEAMERS "DELAWARE," ANT> "GEO. VV. CLYDE" Thryugh e tlbuled Dvawlsg-Room Sleeplag Cara betweea Tampa and New TorkvU
orange,
SarsaparlUn has cuicd of scrofula, Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for are appointed to sail as follows: JauksoavUle, Savaaaah and Columbia; wflhout change.
cntiirili. dyspepsia, rheumatism, weak cosh. This land will soon bo worth $50 From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonvi From Lewis' Wharf. Boston, UNITED STATES PAST MAIL."
FRIDAYS.Clyde's
nerves, or sumo other form of Impure per acre. T1IUKSDAV3. I Pullmaa Drawteg-Boora Buffet Bleeping Car* between Jacksonville and New Tort

blood Apply to C. n. Walton, Advocate Embracing: Lynchburg, Charlottesville,

Hood's Tills are) the only pills to tako ofllce;*or toTtobblns & Graham, Tttusvllle tf St. Johns River Line.DE Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia

with Hood's Sarsiip.irllla. Easy and yet CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

cllicient. ( HAKY LINE) S KiJjL"MtmIfd ,rte ?tftPmmm Dr wUg-Room Sleeping Care aad rs 01 sTl''
Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. SSfiC ruaalni ugk wltneui obaagw between JacksoavllU an*0UdAlio
Max Muller relates that Queen Victoria FAITHFUL MEN OR "
onee rem.trked to Tennyson that to travel for responsible The elegant Sidewheel Steamer *
she did not ml ml the stares from strangers established house In Florida. Salary "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," Through Pullman 5le ping Car. to

ho found so annoying: "No madam $780 and expenses. Position permanent. CAIT. W. A. SHAW.Is Cincinnati, via Columbia an. Asheville, Through t*
," the poet replied, "and if I could Reference. Enclose self-addressed
lap a sentinel wherever I liked 1 would stamped envelope. The National, Star. appointed to sail as follows: "LAND OF THE SKY."
not be troubled." Insurance llldg., Chicago. Leaves Jacksonville, Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 30 n. m.
Leaves Bauford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9.00 a. m.

soirrii bound. SCHEDULE.Jacksonville.. NORTH HOUND;
Read down.Leave Read up.

S 30 p. in8.4S ... lArrlve 2.00 a., m.
CANDY p. m. 1'alatUa Leave 8.00 p. m,
5 uo a. m. Astor 2.30 p. m,
4.30 a. m.a. St. Francis..... l oo p. m.It A ?PU 1N FIorld*Pm* *t. U West Bay Street, JaokioariUTU
r CATHARTIC ru. .... Beresford .... jo a. m.ll.oo t
\M 6 00 a. m. ....Blue Springs.... a. m. TUn? V. A. TURK, S.H.HABDWH
Arrive 8.30 a. m. HaniontEnterprise. 9 oo a. m. Manager, Ojn. Paaa. Agt As.*. Oea. Pass. Ai '
25 a. m. .... 930 a.m.Gen'l WeaoiagteaD. O. >Magtea.D.a AtUat*

January 17, 1808.
Passenger and.Tlcket Office, 204 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville.

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CURE CONSTIPATION Jno.L. ItowAso. Superintendent. F. M.lansvonOKB,JR.,Fla,Pass. Act. AGENTS 125 to $50 per week easy. FArYnmL mes
Foot Hogan St. 20 West Bay St, Ton work right around home. A brand Wanted
FLA.W. respo?
JACKSONVILLE. thln to travel for
Write to
n1 us quick t You
Tbco. 0. EoaiwT.M H.*WA snTOS, O. T.F.A., W.H. HtSDSOSOU,O.T.T. A.S will be surprised at how easily it can be established house In Florida.pern""

ALLDRUGGISTS BOWLINQ GREEN, NEW YORK. rj r011?; Snd us your address, anyway Reference.780 and expenses.Enoloso Position setf-wM
It will be to your Interest to inveatlfcate.
J P. CLYDK CO., G n F IAirente. "==1 Write to-day. Address, "People's" stamped envelope. The Katlonj Jaa'* ,
6 Bowllag OmN w York. i* go, Delaware Ave.,Philadelphia. 3M1 Market St, ThUadelphla, Insurance Bldg., Chicago.



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.EiX O TELS Reall lA alanriialUra. TITU8VIM.H.X2iTIDX .
. STAGE GLINTS.
The palm of journalistlo enterprise

OP TIIK William H Craii baa boon on the belongs to a Parisian journalist, though u3Sr DE3ITTEXe] ZEaCOTZEI-i,
he, poor felloe, jja "W n placed beyoad
33
stage years.Ernst the reach of v< rtdly honors by that
HosKart is to give a Shakespereou same enterprise M. Henri Martin was TITUSVILLE.
East Coast festival ut Munich uext tuuuuer editor in chief i>t 'f b Courrier d* Lyon
Florida System Detroit may Ket two m
place of the opora bouse that vu*buruod in hanging nuq liU been publishing articles Fla.J. .
George Alexander wilt shortly make on that itylijvct; vieweti from a scientific
teached only via a fine revival of Shakespeare's "HenryV. standpoint i'ttsuiuatod by his investigations O. BAST,
tlift journalist announced
The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. an article describing the seusatious of a Man iOKii.Opon .
Beerbohm Tree is going to Berlin
The Miami A Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.Tarlor this winter to> bet llaiulut uuil Falstatfin hanged man, iu cAlleVting tho data for
cur buffet seivice now running, EnKlihh which he met bs* detith He was found AH TImj Yenri,
|"or Schedule see page (J.ey J. dotid in his roou. hsUiging from a cord
Douglas Lloyd, now with "The Pioper -
and
passod over a hOok 11 the coiling
Caper, law been eugogod for "The
attached to a dotj collar around his neck. Only a few minutes
White Heather The facts had bV<> brought out in a suit walk from R.dlwny stations
[ West hotel key west, *anil 4 una cmmm-rrUl upwanl; ratoa.special weakly Adole Ritcbie h.is made a gouuine hit against au lnsufHACe company, in which and Steamboat land
Leon 11. Cilley, Manager in London ns a couiio opera muger. and the wife of thu journalist seeks to recover ings.
liami ROYAL TALM, will proceed to Paris to study for an 30,000 fritiC0, the amount of the On the banks of the
II.V..MERRILL. Manager. operatic career insurance policy l eld by her husband iutho far-famed Indian River.AIHICKITT .

IIOTEL BISCAYNE, and3 ami cminiprrlal upward;rate gperlal*. weekly Beryl Hope h.xs been engaged to play dofoudant <>ainp>vuy The company
H. K. liKMIS, Manager.E. the leading role, originated by (Catherine refumxl to pay o** the ground that ho iMt rrltt'N InIiiikI).
MIAMI CASINO. A. WATSON, Supt.Fued Grey, in "A Southern Romance. committed suiei The counsel for the
She will be featuredMrs. widow contend* thilt M Martin was
Palm Beach rALM beach inn, Stkkiiy, Manager. Fiske is planning her arrangement making experiiuOi t*on himself and that
of "Vanity Fair' for the stage. his death was sx idoutal. Newspaper
hotel alcazar, Joseph P. Greaves,
>t. Augustine- Manager.A. The play may be called"Bocky Sharp, dom. '
MKRRITT FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER.On .
CASINO SWIMMING POOL, M. TAYLOR Manager and consists of a prologue and four actaA A MetvoroA | %t I'tienomenou.A ,
new operetta and a one act mnsical few days aftc oha VioksburgMisa.) high pino land. Health, Comfoit nnd Sport. No better Hunting auii

opektin-os. farce, taid to be uliuuht completed, have Herald said in jocose way that there Fishing in Florida.
boon found among the possessions of would bo relief from yellow fovor an
Palm Beach ROYAL POINCIANA, Open January 1.1th.OrmOtld Franz von Suype, who died three years soon as J Fwnf arrived. Two days Open from December to May. M. II. MA I ION."lOCKlii .
ago later tho editor r cjoivod this letter:
TIIEORMOND, Open January 15th.St. The preparation for the debut in (Nl OKI SANS, Hops. 27.I : >GK.
America of thu Polish actress Alexandra see In your WliHH an Inquiry a.bout J
AUgUStine-roNCE De LEO*. Open January 10th. Viarda, at the Fifth Avenue theater. Front 1 am tho VIf of J Froat, anil.I'd llkuto
know what y
    Florlda"BaIiama8 New York, is, fast approaching completion >laa all jmrttos rooeorneil to addreaa ma atonoe Hotel Indian River
    Lino
    stearosldp beginning l"th.
    NaSSaU January
    It is intended that t>he shall be In rt>(janl tolift
    MIAMI TO NASSAU. New Steamship MIAMI. supported by an exceptionally line Mtia. Bi.iz*Fit out. ,
    American company The Vicksburft paper prints this letter
    Send to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.C. and adds: Fla.
    D. KNOTT, Pta fnwort* In explanation fit the matter referred Rockledge,
    Lover tells a good anecdote of an to in thu foregoing it may bo said that
    General Superintendent Florida East Coast Iiotel .
    System.JACKSONVILLE. Irishman giving the pnuwnnl at the the little article j i The Herald 'did uot
    battle of Fontonoy at the time Saxo refer to any indiVidUAl known as Front,
    was marshal."The but to a meteorolc tful plienomonon.I .

    Hotel Placid <* forget it,password" said the is colonel Sa e. to Now Pat don't >ya> t t Money.. Tourist Season Jan'y 15th to April'lst. .

    S 1MIIn "Faix and J will not Wasn't my father "Well, no oi cftO accuse me of marrying
    a miller?" for money Rest FlHhing and Duck Shooting In tho South. Tennis, Pool, IllllIanN, DowVIng -
    the center of the city, or/Main Street, the dividing lino between east and west "Who goes there?" c'riod the senttBel "But Mian Ala -woll baa monoy, has anil IKmting.
    as block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. after he arrived at the post. she not?" t'oriVHpondvnce solicited. Addiesw,
    Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all' tialns. Terms $2.50 per day nndapwards. Pat looked ns confident as pospiblo, "Yes, but only enough to pay oil mydebts. J. G. 8. TIMDERLAKK, Rockledgo, Fla.
    Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.Travelers' and in a sort of whispered howl replied, 1 call tbe.f marrying for love."

    "Bags, yer honor NngKets. Judv.XVUAj IN THE HEART OF THE FAMOUS i

    PLAZA HOTEL INDIAN RIVER ORANGE
    [ Hotel. 1 ,
    COUNTRY .ROCKLEDOE.
    . OVJ2X TO-MOICKOW (Sntunliij). ,
    -
    T3&VZ5PSg
    This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Hotel located air.i throughout.
    Bus meets all Trains, and Eloctrio Cars pass door. Bath rooms and a! oranges free'to guests. Fast tinins run directly (
    Conveniences on every floor.
    OPEN ALL THE YEAR. tohoto| ] grounds. Do not miss tho >

    Rates: American Plan, $2 to 12.50; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week.MRS. beauty of the East Coast.

    FINLEY, Proprietros.ST. .
    Summer Resort, Ailington hotel, *

    AUGUSTINE.HPVin PotoHkpy, Mich. S. II. PECK, Managor.R0CKLED6E .

    the Hotel Alcazar Alameda.I r
    DTTnyiMPlIJlM Opposite and
    IIH nll\jl\lIlUilillll vi tle verandas, picturesque lawns, Home-like Gem of the Indian River.
    and comfortable! Rates moderate, ,
    NOW OPEN. GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. 1 *2
    ffl* ** New Rockledgo Hotel will open Saturday, December 11, Home-like and attractive.

    Fi no shell roads} horsos to dilve; row boats for Ashing; line Daimler

    The Ocean View Hotel ST.IAUGUSTINE, FLA. HOTEL POINCIANA. launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to all points of Interost. These and
    other attractions muko more variety than Is often found In one plnre. Rates, fti.fiOto
    FiiF.n .Sr .
    HtV, Manager.OKMONI
    Under new nnd liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one $.1. Special weekly rates until January 15. Correspondence solicited. Send
    block south of Plaza; within seventy-flve feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the for circulars. II. 1*. SHARES, Proprietor.
    beautiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean, Anastasia >.
    Island/ind Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $i to $2.50 per day. Special by the
    week. Open air the year. F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .


    HOTEL ALGONQUIN COTTAGE : Rockledge, Fla.

    Pleasantly located near ihe lnrco hotels. Lnrgo airy rooms. Good Table.
    M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Pure illtoiud rain water. Teuns, l.fiO per day; |7 to 10 per week. '

    .1. J. WHITE, Propilotor.AVi.ST **.
    ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA."ew .

    > Furniture anil Fixtures throughout,
    : I'AlwM iiiacii.:
    Electrio bells In every room. Fronting the Old
    Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Day,
    with line ocean view. All white help. Rates
    f Sample 2.00 per room.clay and upward. Special weekly rates Seminole Hotel >


    OPEN ALL THE YEAR.WESTJ'ALM.

    PLAZA HOTEL DEACH.'FLORIDA. p rV
    ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. m
    Most centrally located. Frontipg the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic This hotel Is substantially built of brick, ami lias every convenience Close totho
    ocean. Splendid view from its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains, lloats attached to the hotel,
    upward; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. with Ashing tackle on boanl for tho use of guests. Rates, from f/J.OO per day and
    the week month.
    upwards; special rates by or
    A. S. PELL.
    THE IIOTEL pRAIOND. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .

    Anderson $ Pities, Managers.

    HOTEL MAGNOLIA st.augustine.flI. .
    i

    The Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SJCA, fLA.
    HOTEL BISCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA.NOWOPEN. .
    10th. Rates, $2.50 per day and upward.
    GEO. V. HOWE, Proprietor.DAYTONA. Open forVVinter Season of 1898, Dec. 15thWheeling. Fine sur' huthing, fishing and ,
    Sea Food a Specialty. Rates, 94 per day and up. Special Weekly and

    SEISER A VIKING, Proprietors. Commercial rates. H. E. REM IS, Manager.Graham's .

    .
    150 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas.Tho .
    ...NEW YORK... most complete ofllce In South FlorMa. -
    Large, light and airy diningroom.TA1JLE .
    The Holly Jnn * Daytona, Fla. His Hotel UNSURPASSED.

    ? ffss Rates, $2.S0 per day and upward.S. .
    MIAMI, FLA. GRAHAM, Proprietor.HOTEI .
    Located on the beautiful Halifax.

    The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city.O. |iiiJiiti COlTOLr

    HOWES, j

    Proprietor. MIAMI, FLORIDA.

    Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one''
    PALMETTO HOUSE | J35SS block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of liiscayne Ray. Rate*
    $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
    DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is .

    Situated the banks of the Halifax
    now open for the winter season. on
    River. Fine hunting and fishing locality. SOUTHERNERS FAITHFUL MEN OR
    Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. t WANTED to travel for responsible
    LEON DESPLAND, Prop. VISITINO NEW YORK CITY wlli established house In Florida. Salary
    find good accommodations, at reasonable $780 and expenses. Position permanent.
    Reference. Enclose self-addres 4
    prices, at 74 Clinton Place.
    One door from Fifth Avenue, and eloseto stamped envelope. The National, Star
    Washington square. Very central. Insurance lildg., Chicago.
    Refer to editor of this paper. *
    On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. inmm

    Large, airy and welt-furnished rooms, with all modern convenienses, elestxiclicnta.

    bells, etc. JOB PRHT111TGKxseeUd
    Plenty'of shade ouUide hotel makes It a delightful place for kildren.KATKSj III1Jfjil! !

    "' .50 to $3.00 per day; $U.W to $18.00 per week.'Xugajz OF ALL KINDS'tPItrtfTINO

    roar roe at oaee.
    .. .. at theADVOCATE
    AJslresa, | | ?
    sn ,rStahrVM, Fla. / 'OFFICE-



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    INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 14, 1898.J .


    English snlpo and two, deer. Tliey also Orange* In Tltusville. S3T" All communications for this paper J. T. LOVKTT. s- *' CARROLSuccesaors

    bad a snap shot at.a bear, but Uruln should be addressed "Thb Advocatb, .-..LOV < s
    managed to elude the Professor's bullet The orange trees in front of Mr. J.O. Tltusville, Fla." This will insure immediate
    and, we piesume, went on bis way rejoicing Walton's residence in South Tltusville attention.lMrrtrt ( to l>nreh & Feaster.)
    but at a 2.40 gait.In are In fine condition, having been
    very little damaged by the late cold GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds
    a four-days' hunt tho Copperthlte loaded with and Animals Monntet} ,
    party killed 01 quail, a deer and a coon, snap. They are oranges,
    at Stbiislian.Messrs. which were not frozen.Married.. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage holloitud,

    In the best style. AddresH R. C.Scrimgeour .
    T. P. Bond, E. S. Mender, taxidermist, Washington TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
    Fiank Uobertson and Itobt. Brush were avenue (corner of Main street), Tltusville
    /fading/ uotlco ds. on this page out on a bunt one day last week, and Wo, have received the following announcement Fla.To .
    iyv< nt* I'T lino per utjck.'F brought home :i5.quail, some snipe and of the nuptials of Miss

    other biids. They all enjoyed the sport Bryson, sister of Mr. Geo. Eugene Biy-

    v iMiienpplo Slips & Suck and Melbourne the quail section.Messrs. too,.which is good in tbe non York, the World Cuba: correspondent of tbe New Take C. C Cuscurets O.Core fall to Conatlpatlon cure Candv,drutticlbts Cutbtirtlc.Forever.rofuDd lOo money.or 25c.If Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fn

    ir* f r Sate.AVvw Camp and Willard, wbo recently r "Judge and Mrs, J. C. Bryson announce -, And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grout
    OoldonJu arrived in Tltusville from North the marriage of their daughter, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively
    / RKyPtUn Queen, Carolina, duck with Alma Eugenie, to Mr. Joseph L. Hollingswortb We invite correspondence and solicit
    oV i\rto Uico. (smooth Cayenne and went out shooting ROBBINS # GRAHAM ,the above line of goods. your your patronaj,
    Mr. Aitliur T. Feaster and killed .Mi Monday, December twenty-
    K 11/ 1 Apply toJ ducks in one day. Camp and Feaster seventh, Bartow, Florida, 1807." Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltusville, Pij,
    >IAj>i>o k Matthams,
    J The bride the
    also bagged 50 quail on another occasion, spont summer at the
    'Palm Beach Pinery, and Wllljrd and Stanley Jones secured Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, where she was *i.Iiaxeyors.
    West Palm Beach, Fla.kfkftcf 23 quail. very popular. We wish her and her insrsTTiEeifcToiH..

    husband every joy and happiness.On .
    This past week baa been an eventful WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FIRE. .
    pineapple Plants.&S one for the fishermen among the guests "
    Equitable LifeAssurance
    The "Old Hartford,
    Her First Trip. UNITED STATES COURTS.
    of the Now Hocklcdge. The fish have *
    v'RorouS' without shelter. and other well known Companies. Company
    foi
    grown been In a biting mood, and many fine
    Sftc th-loaveU Cayenne,1* Abbaka catches have been made. The record Under tbe new schedule of the I. K. tgn Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates. o.

    and UfaAlc* III ploy plants for sale. for the week was as follows: Jan. 4rb, & B. B. I, N. Co's. boats, tbe steamer ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished *
    v & C. B. Tyndall, 24 trout, oOlbs; Jan. Sth, 3.) trout 21bs; St. Sebastian, in command of Capt. J.II. Agent, TltuavUIe, Florida.LIFE. .
    Wavoland, Fla.SiUl Jan. Oth, 00 trout, OOlbs; Jan. 7tb* 30 Smith, left here, Wednesday afternoon for Lands In Brevard and Dads
    trout, 45lbs; Jan. 8th, 32 trout, 39Ibs. for'Jupiter, from which point passengers
    Judge Kewscbafer has been the expert were transferred to the HteamerDelln Counties. CARY-ELWES
    Making.I isherman of tbe hotel, having had considerable to be taken through the new canal G. ,
    In various of to Lake Worth. Among those on board
    experience parts
    I make all kind of the country. By his ready wit and were* Supt. A. W. Buie and Treasurer FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE.
    \ bftspitrcd to *
    genial he bas added greatly totho II. Oaillard, of the I. K. & B. B. I. N.Co. We have a large List
    bolow presence
    ail Y> flr t-clan woUc Chicago Gen'1. Pass. O. li.
    ; Agent Ackerly,
    ta o*. Olve roe a tilal.MJres pleasure Of the guests.Mors and Gen'l. Freight Agent Wood, of the of Lands owned by Representing the Liverpool fc London & Globe Insurance Company, and tltf
    \ li' Bk.vbkk, ijallmaker, J. T. &. K. W.
    K'y. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.$3F .
    Titusvllle, Fla. Trains for the Kiut Coast.
    ourselves and clients.
    Your Business Solicited.
    tw The late C. J. Hector.I'roteotlng .
    GuWltf4/ 1U per cent Intercut.Kk Commencing on the 17th Inst., there Price for unimproved TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Losloy .
    will be live and perhaps six passenger The remains of Mr. C. J. Hector, late
    \ Hiwi and yV( ft,t>t. ttivor; small cottage, 2 artesian over the Florida East Coast K'y., dally. City, passed through Tltusville .

    tf Urf, MM) toiceorantfe trees, 11,000JInC Saturday last, en route to Melbourne, per acre.WE c& Motlowv
    ) \| (;ly plAuls, shipped over 200 crates the Flah.S where deceased expressed a wish to beburied.
    V/Mw'*; sttiAvaa, mangoes, Japan por- His wife and Mr, C'has. T. McBride
    lm\\f\| flj| other fiuitson place. Pi Ice accompanied the remains to his have a few Residence, Orange (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.>
    ,*V A.*Uro n, Advooatk oflice.Tltusville County Surveyor Franklin Sheen, assisted old home. Mr. McBilde is an old and

    Fla.lt Capt. C.by D.Deputy-sheriff Blakeslee, M.has'staked R. Johns and out he tried friend of deceased attended, to whose wants Grove and Tlnoapple Properties In desirable Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies
    faithfully for over two
    ro Chance. Gilbert's Bar Inlet, according to the weeks, leaving bis business at Melbourne locations. Trices Reasonable. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.A .
    requirements of the law, prohibiting to go to Crescent City to do what he
    Ilshing within the one-mile limit.To possibly could for his suffering fi lend. TITUSVILLE First-class Line of Cigars* #** Billiard and Pool Tables

    F \ >V< ft" ttldgowood avenue, DayWi.'i Particulars referring to the buiial of Offices : and MIAMI. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to maorders.
    |\ vwy rilou residence and improved Prospective Te ihers ti deceased will be found in the Melbourne Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusville,FIaXi.
    lot, ''J A Mt) lruble location. House is items, on Sth page. Mrs. Hector is in
    now Ujttf( <|, n ate informed that
    / '(l worth your attention.A i quei East Coast Meat Market
    (
    l&W, J* A- In theory and practice, at tho i ..JutWe exami

    Care Auvocatk office.YHkW'Note nation for candidates aspiring to Mr. Dwjer Sell* Some Fine Run Horses.Mr. .R. ZDiEjCTSLiijiJEiM *
    teach in Brevard's publio schools, will *
    be taken from Hughes' "Mistakes in James R. Keene, of New York, DUREN, Agent. ]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[-
    I of This.Fo Teaching," published by C. W. Bardeen, has purchased from Mr. M. F. Dwyer,
    Syracuse, N. Y.; price, 40 cents.. his celebrated race horse, Ben Brush, for
    >v l\ltf n comfortable home, situated the sum of $2.\KI0.( Mr. Dwyer also recently t CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER IBrossod.
    ontlV I'if'ifaJt' Itlver, at Port Orange; Freemasons, Attention.'The sold Kingston to Mr. Keene for
    large j'M ftc0ly| laid out grounds; live $15,000. Both of these horses will probably
    mile* faytona. House Is large be shipped to England to compete .xxc3L XLousIi.
    and VjVpletoly fiiinlshod, with three Masonic Grand Lodge of Florida with English horses and those owned by
    aorerf jt In"*,! ftiicrouudlng It,"planted ina will meet in annual session In Jacksonville Mr. Pleiro Loiillard, which are now over *
    Also and Turned Work
    Brick Lime
    varujy fit fru't' troes orange, grape, on Tuesday next, the 18th Inst. there. Mr. Dwyer is spending the winter Mouldings ; Cemec
    fito. jiW boallty for ilshing and Uunting. The annual meeting and banquet, of very pleasantly with his daughter,
    j%* turthor particulars address Morocco Temple, Ancient Arabic Order Miss Camille, at Rockledge, where he and Crates of All Descriptions.Titusvillo .
    Atlta. Vuili.aumb, of Nobles of the Mystio Shrine, will take owns Hotel Indian River and a fine orange
    Day ton a, Fl.i.JO place in Jacksonville, on Friday) January grove; while Mr. Lorlllaid is cruising ZETMoziciaJlTI1E
    21st. in his palatial house-boat on Indian

    River. Titusvillo, Florida. Jambs Pbitchabd, President; W.*M. Brown, Vice-President:
    Card of Tliunki. C. S. Schuyler Cashier.
    t>H ZAPFV ,

    llOtlCSAtK 1HIALKHAnh Tbe undersigned hereby extends her
    si nceie thanks to fi lends for their sympathy COHEN BROTHERS. INDIAN RIVER STATE' BANK
    setBascii Brewing Ass'nMt and'kindness shown me during ,
    the illness and at the funeral of my beloved .
    < tf* $t. Louis Lager Beer.Sol4 husband, Con-nthwaite"John Hector (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of'Florida.

    fy 0sley Jfc Itunaker, Tltusville. of ;the especially Melbourne do I thank Masonlo the Lodge members for Popular Dry Goods House Jacksonville Fla. Authorized capital, $100,0001

    Manu t'er ot Soda, and Mineral their love and friendship manifested tous. Paid up papltal, $25,00Cj
    ,W*>tyV. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.SANlfytJ . Ida M. IIkctou Widow. (
    LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE STATE.To ..Average deposits, $150,00(1
    FLORIDA
    all who requost we will send Samples free of chaige. AVfrite for Samples."Try .
    Returned From a Crulrte.Capt. Transacts General Banting
    It Our Mall Order Department; the most complete quick service.

    Denis Shea. and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome, ofRockledge Orders filled same day as reoelved. We pay express on all goods ordered of us to Business,

    . after a delightful cruise In the amount of $5.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies
    their line naphtha yacht Sabrlna, have the V1UVI. Largest and Oldest Bank on tha Bit!
    returned home. Their boat is very nicely
    fitted up, so that wbonover this genial New In Dress Goods and Silks Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries
    lion's Clothing fromProliantTailors. couple feel disposed to take a trip on Spring Styles
    Indian River (and it goes without saying Now Ready. DIRECTORS I IJas.
    that the notion takes thorn often), they .Pbitchabd,W.B.BABNKTTPre( Mfot
    Address: the National Bank Jacksonville),J1XJRKEK -
    can live very comfortably on board.A o
    COHEN BROTHERS, (Vice-President r ation l Hsu
    Jacksonville), and W. M. Jluow.i.
    VI lllg CarloatI of Lumber, Popular Dry Goods House, CORBESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
    Jacksonville, Florida. National Bank of Nev 1 J
    National Bank of Jacksonville.'X .
    if P. 420 Broome St., On Tuesday L. R. Decker A Co., ofTltusville
    sent to Eden what they claim I'JTUS IIsL.XelE, 3F\L- .
    NEW YORK.EXC to be the largest caiload of lumber ever MONEY TALKS !
    CorY* M y St. shipped over the F. K. C. R'y. The
    weight of the lumber in question was But quality and'reliability makes the envied
    50.5H( ) and odd pounds, and the measurement reputation of a business man. If there How
    L NT SPORT ON THE about (10,01)0) feet. It will be used is one thing-above another that you want Is This 1
    In the construction of the new church at good quality In, it is Whiskey, and eyory
    AST COAST.MaAA that one in Florida knows our reputation for
    place. Kerosene Oil, in drums 15c. per gal.15c. .
    keeping nothing but the highest grade at Gasoline gal.00c. .
    '* Malonoy, of Key West, the lowest prices. per
    and Coining to the Emit Count.Mossrs. Cylinder oil for naphtha engines. pee gal.
    It/ty, of Fort Myers, aud other We have other in
    things
    gcntlcU fi Ijiid A most enjoyabto timo JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,

    while \V|VVent) tilp to the EvergUdcs, Raymond and Whltcomb, of Hardware Tinware etc
    shootly M abUudauoo ot gaino.Con'i Boston, have arranged for three tourists Commission Merchants and dealers in Graniteware StOYes
    Orecedes, Grain, Coal, Wines & ,
    parties to visit Florida and its palatial Liquors,
    jjt T li. C. Bugbee, of St. AnenstliHy At similar prices,
    hotels this winter. will arilved JACKSONVILLE .
    They in FLA.D3T
    ,
    *xi <|)|ail shooting with Mr.A. Jacksonville lUth llpw do we do It ? Send us an order and
    T. Fei\fV"p0 Friday and Saturday last, January and February Consignments of country produce see.G.
    and bfCAiAt Ilk birds. On Kith and 'J3rd. The first two will take solicited. F". PADDISON Jfc CO.
    Mond.iy, Fla
    In the Oklawah river and Eau Gallie,
    tho East
    ln coiJi// >y rlth Mr. R. W. Rhodes, 40
    quail \V .0 lagged.At Coast and Nassau. The third will goup
    the Oklawaha and thence to the West
    Jl/tiUl ilge. ome flno catches of fish Coast and Key West, returning via the FOR SALE. Hame-Grown
    have 1\S{ i ado, and we are told that East Coast. ...
    Judge W'/HCuaier, of tho New Rock-
    lodge,\\V| l>ikuii the record in the pl New Advertisements. FRESH MEATS. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS''
    catoriin Ho t\( this season. His cntch
    was tti U./lyo/ tUb, weighing altogother .. Of the following Varieties :
    ninety A( (li The following new Jacksonville ads.

    Tltti DV u an excellent headquarters will bo: found Win, In A.this Hours issue A of Co.the, Advocatb grain, OF ALL-KINDS. Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooi

    for liul h fa, us. after onjoying the shoot seeds, fertilizers, etc., Dr. W. F. S. Vincent Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanisn.
    ing In (f* Vmlty| which In Itself is ofno specialist for catarrh and chronic
    mo'r vr, every facility is afforded diseases of the human system, page 2; Chickens -Eggs & Fresh Fish.In Apply to G. C. MATTIUAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
    by boat me\jf w* railway, steamer ami sad- rillsbury tlour, page 4; Cohen liros., dry West Palm Beach, I
    tw
    iij jjft other parts of Indian River goods, page 8; the Keoley Institute,
    the
    in Flo MiSH Uutiilogand Ilshing section page 0. Our readers would certainly Unait ( Gruber & Griggs* store.) WILL E. KNOX, Titusvllle, FU.SAMUKL .
    v' to their Interest to consult tho Above
    AnnOy t\t\ % NevYoik hunters stopping cauls, as tho firms represented are thoroughly United States Twine & Net Co
    at the UVJl week \j\ift pr. I). Frankllng Buck and the state. Established 1841. CLARENCE O. MILLER.S. .
    Mr. VAiV'Jrift Buck, the former being
    accoro A<,l0
    with lata ffAAv f\h(f Apirlt Uto. of*Thoy Ashing have and made hunting some B. MILLER & CO Headquarters for All Kinds ofFISH

    good t\\( (isrl ls and bagged a great many The numerous aoplications for sample ,
    quail, y(UW "" English snlpo, but just copies of the Advocate Is an Indication WHOLESALE
    Mtlssecl Jvr. Manager Bast tells ustliey that people from other states are looking NETS and all
    t P lr record on TuosiUy when forward to the time when they can COMMISSION .
    they b\ft>J 0ver lorty qualUSpofjf become settlers on tbe East Coast ofFlorida. FISH DEALERS
    Many ask us for the names of ,
    \ A who have visited the East reliable real estate agents, and we recommend No. 7, Fulton Fish Market. New York.
    Coast U f l/Jrld/ of late, report the sport In that line Robbins A Gra .NET FIXINGS
    they j> l\fd M excellent. Among ham. Tltusville and Miami, whose card
    those \F* been Special attention given to the sale of Tompano .
    J. M.AUIo.. of New York, who baa been Klngsley (agent for Mrs. Tuttle), Miami, Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc. All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated "EAGLE BRAND" '
    stoppliyltb Mr. Sherman 8lngleton, card on page 4; Fredk. S. Morse, Miami References: Fulton and Mlrket
    National e
    Bank
    or any Wholesale Fish dealer ? ? ln-our own brald. n< t "oM l vrhece.
    n the'lj oii river, for a few days. page S; J. K. Ingraham, St. Augustine, the United States.33T in LINEX GILL NETS, of the best thread > <
    Betwe / tfxfiv they killed 323 ducks, 110 0 C. C. Carroll Malabar obtainable. .,,.
    page } page 3. Stencils furnished on application. tarred ManlU y ,te* tafr d
    Rope. Oiled Clothing, oar etc., etc Write for prices.



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