Title: Indian River advocate
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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 21, 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: VID00167
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of Biqycles and Sundries WHITE ENAMEL IRON BEDS, Window ,WINTER MILLINERY at greatly reduced If you wa it business In these days already many nrrv indulging in tho exciting

send to F. W. Bkkiw, St. Augustine shades, curtain poles,, cotton rates. Mis*. Rkvxoi.ds.Frrrniuniii' of koen com petition, you must k i people* game of go>f on the ntw golf links.
Fla. > know you have something to sell.Trl .
oC General Interest. mattresses that satisfaction.
id TopicH give The register ot tho Indian. River hotel,
Wardrobes, Safes. Gardner A Walker.Dr. Annual Meeting;.
at Titusville, h>w that more visitors
let? and General Gonelp In connection nATS AND TRIMMINGS, CHEAP ATMrs. |>|>e Mie I.lwtit Ki.ntl.tW. are passing through tho town and remaining

ith ltlaoarne Hay, Lak Worth, Indian, Rktnoliis'. L. T. "Daniel, of Cocoa, paid The sixty-ninth annual convocation of over f>>several days than at

innana and Halifax Rivera, Key Went Titusville a tlylng tiip yestsiday on professional the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted One of tho best-attended dances whnve any time since the Florida* Kast Coast
rid all other Important Points along the County Surveyor J. O. Fries Is professionally business.Mr. Mns'ons took place In Jacksonville this seen in Titusville In a long wbllo Railway was built. Tho d illy steamboat

ant Coant of Florida. Urlef mention ofutereatinr engaged at Sebastian* this week, ami was attended by delegates was that on Monday nlglit, when the servtco and the in rival and depaitnro of
Kvente from Varloua Partef week. Geo. W. Scobio left here, Wednesday representing nearly all the lodges (of Italian orchestra nlTorded sotno excellent six trains a daw has aturh to do with

| the World t About People You Know Mrs. T. W. Smith left here, Wednesday for Tampa, to attend tho Fisheries week.Prof. which there are 151)) in tho state. A musio for the session there this
rid People You Don't Know Picked for Cocoa, on a visit to her daughter Congress in most Interesting programme had been hoiiso wan almost 111 led with the merry arrival ami booking of i
jkp by Onr Society Editor and a large staff Mrs. W. Hindle. Chas. H. Cory, the woll-knowo arranged, mid was well ran led out, dancers nod spoetatois, and. the former guests as quite up to Ms expectation*.
Bf Corresponilenta acattered along the Boston naturalist, who is as usual at Tuesday afternoon being devoted to "Hipped tho light, fantastic" until about Spoitsmen atit nil pltMtsed with tho facilities

taut Coaat of Florida. The trade-boat Norma, Capt. John Palm Beach for tho winter, will give* a committee ami routine woik, Wednesday 12io:: a. in., and altogether it very enjoyable afforded fott shooting and llslilng.

McLean, wns undeigoing thorough cup to tho golf player making tho host to the annual election of otlleers, and evening was spent. Among those Among tho first-class resort hotels
If you receive a sample copy ofi overhauling on Nelson's ways this week.St. score at Palm 1 loach during tho season Thursday to other matters peculiar to present from n distance were Miss GertieIves tlui Ahvocatk
along East Const nn
i Advocate, it is an intimation that Gain lei's Guild will meet at the from Jan. 1st to Apilt 1st. the order. and Mr. Mert Ives, of rhllndelplilit; representative, has just hud the pleasmo -
would give ua pleasure to add your the from tho Mrs. M. L. Coleman of
residence of Sirs. U. W. Rhodes In Among masons present WyckolT, N. J. ;
The of the of visiting, none nio more deserving
mo to our fast-increasing list of subibers. North Titusville this after opening now Episcopal Indian Kiver (Titusvillr) Lodgo, No, HO, Mr. and Mrs. G. 1>. ltuin, of M. Johns, >
(Friday) church at Eau (Jailinwill take place of the miiny uh e things said alxmt
It does not cost you three noon. were A. A. Stewart, Jos. Mendel, Geo.M. N. It. ; Miss Hot a Johnson, of Sussex,
its per week (postage included) when on Sunday next, with services morning Itobblns, F. A. Lesley and Chas. II.Walton. Canada; tho Misses Florence, Ruth and them taau the New Kockledge hotel,
ken by the year, and it can be sent tou Mr. D. C. Caldwell, of City Point, and evening by Archdeacon B. F. Brown. Maiitlo Hardee, of Kockledge; Mr. II. It. which lias steadily won its way into the

In any part of the United States orinadi has come to Titusville to engage In the The corner stone for the Eden church Saunders, West Palm li without extra expense. ilshing business, in which venture wo was .laid last Monday by Aichdoacon others from LaGrange and elsewheie It kindly nmong fi lends mid acnuaintauevs -
Brown, To Kngng* In Tolmroo Culture.We who havo never been thero.
he will be successful.Mr.
trust whoso names our repoitor did not obtain.Nuplitlm .
The New liucklodgo Is a oor.y hotel-
THE ADVOCATE, Fred Kettle, St. Augustine's Mr. Albert Robert, formerly a prominent owned by Mr, II, P. Slimes, of Now
informed Mr.
$1.00 per annum, in advance. Times-Union A Citizen and most popular real estate agent are by O.Jlrown, one
mid
popular couespondent f.ikiiiu-lt for Halo. Haven, Conn. -not only pleasing
of valued Amantla subset ibers that
$1.00 six months * of Palm Beach has returned there after our ,
south last his ,
went Fiiday on picturesque In outline, but furnished init
the Gorman settlers who arrived In the
$2.00 per_an. to foreign countries. way to Palm Beach, Miami and Nassau. an extended in business absence much abroad to the,delight to le-en-of nolghboi hood of Oak, Hill last December, Naphtha launch, ftnft. long, 7ft. beam; manner that gives to It. an air of homelike
gage ami cabin titled with plate glass windows, comfort that appeal* In an effectual
The orange trees on Mr. W. T.Avera's his numerous filends. Wo wish him a havo already set out orange groves,
E3F"" Reading notice ads. are ten cents place at South Lake are In fine continuance of the success that has always are now preparing to engago in raising leather cushions, etc. ; Gas Kngiuo iv. way to those who have turned their

r line on this page.If condition, and were not hint in the least crowned his praiseworthy cIToits.Tho tobacco. The settlors, among wliunv are Power Co's. engine; will bo sold at n backs upon pleasant Northern homes in I
byttlre recent cold snap. The lako forms C. W. Luttor, Paul E. Wal.l, Wm. Xouring bargain, for rash. Apply toG order to take advantage of our Incomparable

a natural protection.Dr. St. Augustine Tatler is again R. Moran, J. It. PotthalT and F. .o. Jlt'srov, winter climate. The genial u
you have a house, rooms or anying out for tho Beason. It is full of interesting Bauer, are locatod at Slautor Crook, and Cocoa, Fla. manager of tho Now Rocklcdgo Is Mr, A.T. .

else to advertise, nowTls your time M. D. L. Dodson writes us from reading matter, which plainly shows aro much pleased with tho prospect of I,' I Treadwav, whllo Mr. Horace Shares
do it. Do not wait until the winter Plant City to the effect that he will bein its gonial editor Mrs. Anna M. Mar- things In general in that section. We seems to make a valuable assistant.On .

ison is over.Col. Titusville on Satin day, the 29th Inst., cot to1 is alive to the wants of tourists trust they will bo successful, and can assure AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiiiciik Wednesday afternoon, nmtd tho

to remain for a week on professional and ojhers. Wo congratulate tho above them that -they could not have to stop. Soo list of hotels on booming of eiiniion and patilotlo musio.by

D. L. Gaulden spent Sunday at business.Mr. lady upon the excellent get-up of the selected a hotter Held for. the seeno of our 7th page.Tho the band, tho Ponce ilo Leon, St. Augustine

atlytona. II. Copperthite, son and Mr.Wm. popular and bright Taller," and trust their operations than tho East Coa t ofFloiida. threw open Its gates, thus announcing
that she will receive tho very best of Ai vi>oatk Is now on fllo at all
E. L. Brady has been at MUmlvcral McCoy, who have been ,on a visit tho ruiidlnusit of this magnificent
tho best hotels In New York
days this week.Mr. to Sebastian, have returned to their ofsupport.. city. hostelry to accommodate guests for

home in Washington, much pleased with Ida M. nector, widow of the Arrival of the Yacht Awlaa.Mr. .- If yon want it lino ploeo of hoUl propel tho winter Kenson. Manager Robert
D. S. Hutchinson has been visit their trip to Indian River.Mrs. late'Mr. C. J. Hector, was in town a day ty', read ad. mi !lrd page, ami drop a -Murray has been busily engaged getting

s': Rockledge and Sebastian this week.We O. F. or so the end of last week, on her way to Hum to the owner, Col. Aaron A. Degraiww everything In road Incus for tills auspicious
Laney passed through McFarland
W. II. accompanied
beg to acknowledge, with many here her to Cordell Crescent City from Melbourne, where Oak Hill, Fla.JTfcT" oocanion, untl thoie U no need to
yesterday, on way by Mr. E. L. Bradbury, of Webbs Mills,
anks, reeeipt of some seeds from SenaS. Ga., where she will place her daughter she had been to seo the remains of her N. Y. ; Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. G. Kailavngn We havo sotno lino vlows of onr add that In, ns usual, It, was Thousands a btilllnnt offieoplo
husband laid In their last resting success every respect
Tasco.Attorney. Ethel at school. She stopped over at deceased and Mr. Ohas. Daugfitry, /.inesvllle, East Coast hotels, etc., which will be took advantage of the event to
Hector who "ourolllco
II. B. Saunders, of West Cocoa, en route, Wednesday night, with place. Mrs. call Informed gave us that O., aritvod here last 'Sunday In the forwarded to any part of Canada or the tlip bountiful giounds and tho
pleasant
ilm Beach, has been in town a day or Mrs. T. W. Smith. she would a continue running the Morrow yacht Awixa, from Jacksonville, to United States upon receipt of a two-cent Intel lor of the hotel, mid qnlto a largo

this week.Mr. On our inside pages will be. found House, at Crescent City, this season.Mrs. spend the winter cruising on Indian stamp to pay postago. list of guests registered'for tho season.Tho .
of
C. A. Robinson a prominent articles upon "Mr. Flagler anil Nassau," River. Mr. Kailavngn Is part owner Henry Melster Is the popular bftibor at olllco force will lie composed as follows
"The Religion of Marriage," by Lady George F. Miles gave a very the yacht with Mr. McF.iil.unl. Mrs. Hotel Pla/a, Rockludgo, ; .Ins. It, Sangster, room del k ; Geo.W. .
len
pineapple grower, spent a day orIn the week tor Mr. and Levi Bradbury, of Webbs Mills, M. V.,
Cook; "Celery Culture," by C. K. MoQuarrie pretty toa during Glbbs, rnshlrr; II. W. Warner, night
town this week.Mr. Mrs. Harry Abbott of Montreal asking arrived hero Monday, to spend several The Kvorelt hotel, Jacksonville
and other interesting reading opens cleik; J. F. Wilson, mail clerk; W. J.
tlnd Mrs. Jos. Zapf, of Sanford, matter.Vicerresldent. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Mr. II.P. weeks with Mrs. W. II. MoFailandj in on Monday next for tho season. Fleming, key clerk : Edward H. linker,

larded the St. Sebastian, Tuesday, en Ammidown and Mr. and Mrs. Mc South Titusville. All the hotels of both tho Florida East assistant room ulork, and It. King Glbbs,
ute to Palm Beach, on a visit.Messrs. J, R. Parrott and Lean to meet them. Her artistic cottago The Awlxa Is smart-looking sloop- and West Coast systems aro now assistant cashier, Miss Annie McCay
Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwlth, of the was unusually bright for the occasion.Mr. rigged boat, :i8ft. over all, 14tt. liin. the open will 1111 the poHltlon of housekeeper,
for
W. A., C. E. and E. B.'oodward F. E. C. Ky., went to Miami, Sunday, and Mrs. Miles are delightful entertainers beam, and draws 2ft sin water. She has season. which olllco she lias successfully lllledevor

of New Haven, Conn., arved for the purpose of enjoying the Miami's keeping opon house In a quiet four berths in cabin, (the transom In Two cars of help for the Palin Beach since the building of tho hotel, Tho

in town yesterday for a short stay. initial trip to Nassau, in company with but thoroughly enjoyablo fashion to cabin pulling out and making wide and Miami hotels of tho Florida East roar of the house will be In charge ofP.

Mr. O. Pierre Havens, the noted Mr. II. M. Flagler and others.Tho their friends at all times. St. Augustine berths), and two 111 forecastle, cabin Coast Hotel System wont south Tuesday, II. McCauley, steward, assisted by J.C. .

acksonville photographer, was a guest Misses Florence, Ruth and Tatler. trunk, 12ln. brass sidelights, and Is tlttod Tho Morrow House, Crescent City, Bunon. August Klaner will again
' Hotel Palm Miami this week.MV. 'three throughout with brans wire soreuns; the musio and direct the
of
Koyal Maude nardee, charming young will be found a most comfortable all-the* have chaigo
forward of the
II. J. Smith, one,of Rockledge's laities of Rockledge, were the guests of if en Initial Trip.Mr. cabin toilet room mahognny and galley and aro teak steps lend year pl.icu to'stop nt. Sue curd on 8thpage. orchestra.
;
eminent winter residents, lias been onAshing Miss Gertie Ives, at LaGrange, from down to tho cabin, llor keel Is of white Hotel l'laza, KoekloJge, Is a lino and

trip to New Smyrna Inlet this Saturday until Wednesday call from last.two We of II. M. Flagler's new steamship oak, and her frame of hackmatack, with Mr. Fred C. King, ro ni clerk of the Imposing building, pleasantly situated

cek. acknowledge ladies a pleasant also Mr. Bert Ives.We Miami made her first trip in the Florida- white cedar planking. On board are Hoyal Poinclanu, Is no\Tnt Palm 1 loach, mi the banks of Indian River. From Its

-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln and the young Bahamas service, Monday, on which throe galvanized irou water tanks, with after a delightful tripto Tampa, Havana fotiitli-story plnxza n beautiful view of

iss Hartwell, of Rockledge have boon have received the Initial number day, with a large list of passengers, she a capacity of throe barrels. The Awlxa and Key West.It river and shores enn be obtained. Tho

a trip to Eden Palm Beach, and Mill of the Daily Palm Beach News, and left Miami for Xassaii. Among the was formerly owned by Com. Colt, of largo, cheerful olllco rotunda 'and reception
this week.Captain Editors Dean are to be congratulated upon prominent people aboard were Mr. H. M.Flagler Hartford, Conn.', and Is said to bo a is snld that fully 100 people were in room, with Its lingo tiled tlreplace,
its general neat appearance.'This is president of the Florida East splendid sea boat and a fast sailer. 'She attendance at the opening reception and plate glass wlmlowg, llrussel-earpeted

J. M. Paine, of.Minneapolis, Its second season of publication. We Coast Railway and Florida East Coast was recently owue
nn.,' after visiting his family at their hope it will receive that patronage from Steamship Co.; Mr. J. R. Parrott, vice Brooks, of Stanford, Conn., and was purchased I.tUt Saturday night. Mr. Geo. C. Howe the new nrilval In a hospitable manner

oter home at Cocoa, left for Key West the merchants which it so richly de president and manager; Mr. R. W. Parsons from him by Mr, E. L. Bradbury, Is tho uiTablo proprietor. that leaves a kindly fooling In his heart,

a short visit.We assistant to the president; Mr. J.P. for tho present owners.Notice.. Hotel Riverside Is now open. reudy toreceivo as the Advocatk representative who
serves.Mr. Beckwlth, trafllo manager; Mr. O, li.Knott guests; lintel C'arleton lias a was there the (list of tho week can testify
have received from the United member of
Fetor J. Nevlns, a
of the to. The Is soother feature
general superintendent dining room
number of
goodly HotelItol'
alroady. It
guests
iites Co. Cincinnati O. ;
Printing ary commission firm of Bernard
the well-known .
Florida East Coast Hotel System Mr. of this hotel with Its high ceilings
; eviie Is also open to the public. ,
handsome calendar for 1898. Itw
Abel & Co., New York, after spending and Mrs. E. M. Ashley and Miss Fomroy, These hotels are located at Melbourne, and walls In soft, warm tints and fresco-
adorns the Advocate sanctam.Mr. with his friend Mr. Wm.II. .
a day or so of Lock port, N Y. The Miami arrived, Strayed, a small bay mare mulo, small Fl.t. V lugs, polished floors and bright' chandeliers
C. F. Olmstoad, a wellknownsident Peters, at Daytona, passed through at her destination the following .morning piece off end of one ear; last heard of ; full length windows, through bfil
Titusville Saturday last, en route to his Manager II. E. Bomls of Hotel lllscayne
of Fort Pierce, was a passenger after a very successful trip, and was near Titusville, going west. Stop said which run bo seen charming glimpses of
Wednesday's northbound train, on old home at Merritt for a short stay.Mr. tendered a welcome reception by the mule, notify me,*and I will pay expenses.R. Miami, Is treating his guests to a Bermuda lawns, tho beautiful orange
; way to Jacksonville and Savannah.Rev. . Nevlns, who Informed us he expected Nassau people. The voyage occupied A. HAliDKK. supply of luscious Indian itlver oranges, trees laden with fruit; waving palm troos
to go as far as Tampa and Key about thirteon hours an of from the grove of Mrs. K. A. Chatlleld, and scintillating waters. Tho tables are
average Sebastian Jan. 20 98.Kockledge .
F, L. Davis, who is spending West ere returning north, was heartily twenty miles per hour, which Is considered at Rockledge. This hostelry seems tobe supplied with every luxury the markets

o winter at Rockledge, left for New welcomed to Indian River by his many a good performance, as It was made a favorite stopping place for bridal afford. Propiietor M. H. Peck, who has

>ik, Monday, upon special business, friends.A against a heavy wjnd all the way. Ordinarily Indian Klver, couples, as already several have been a lino summer hotel at Petoskey, Mich.,

is expected home to-day or to-mor- the trip will be made In ten hours.It within Its welcome portals this season.Tho has been catering to the comforts of winter

7. FEW PATTERN DRESSES left. Yours is understood that the line will resort so long that he thoroughly
new Has one of the most attractive general Casino, St, Augustine, undoftho patrons
-Mr. D. P. Winne, of Broadway, New Saturday and Monday at 2!>Walker.per cent give a semi-weekly service between stores on tho East Coast. You can find able management of Mr. A. M. Taylor. understand* their wants and

>rk, sends us a very pretty calendar reduction. Gardner & Miami and Nassau tho entire year, and everything you need there. Kitting out In honor of this season's opening on gratifies them In every possible way;

r 18S.! A colored picture of the poet, Jrl-weekly during February and March, crulrtlng parties a specialty.Paxtox Tuesday night, gave what wns considered while Mr. Frodlc. Emerlck (summer manager
>bt. Burns, forms an attractive centreece. 23BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment which will doubtless prove of great assistance A Hatch, props.,, a most brilliant and successful of the New Mackinac, Macklnad

at Screven's Drug Store, to the Bahamas In building up dance, which was attended by about 7 Island, Mich.,) the obliging room clerk,

Titusville.Sintz. her commercial standing.Announcement.. A collation of several courses in his department, follows closely In Mr.Peck's .
-Major II. J. Tiffin came to town AVanted.'Send .
up Farms was served during tho ovonlng, which footsteps. The Plaza Is strictly afirstclass
steamer from Courtenay Saturday Knglue for Sale.A was f ronouncotl a most delightful one house, with electric bells, porcelain
t, and proceeded the day to New and at toAnsoX
same particulars price once by all who wore fortunate enough to bepresent. baths ami toilet rooms on every

*"leans, and probably Montreal, Canada, 10-horse-power Sintz engine for sale, In response to numerous requests, Dr.F. II. KimsELf., floor, card rooms, etc., and a cuisine
a short stay. In good condition; cheap for cash. has to visit Akron, Ohio.A unsurpassed.
H. Houghton promised
->Ir. Richard n. Morgan, of Boston, For further particulars write toII. Titusville on Saturday, 29th Inst., remaining The personnot of tho Plant System
hotel Ilellevlew Bullealr Is follows
10 has been enjoying a few days' sport J. Smith, until Tuesday, Feb. 1st. Valuable Opportunity. as : The "Advocate.'
F. 1 Whlttemore, room clerk and cashier
Fla.
th bis Kockledge,
friend, Dr. Chas. G. Weld, atwaveral I
N H. B. Barron front clerk W. C.
; ;
Clubhouse, left for Inter- FOSTER Is the only reliable kid glove.We For sale In Daytona, the prettiest and
Allen, night clerk; J. P. Prescott, steward The INDIAN UtvKR Advocatk Is on
chen, Wednesday, to spend a short Surveyors, Take Notice.Surveyor's have them: black, tan, suede. best touilst town on the Kant Coast of ; 3. 11. Pettengill, chef; Mrs. N. G. sale at the following news-stands, at five
tie ere returning north.cautlful Gardner, fe Wai.kkk. Florida, a handsome new house, furnished
< Putnam, housekeeper. This hostelry cents per copy iTttusvlllcj
theodolite, with tripod, for complete. Has never been ocoupled.lias opened for tho season on Wednesday, Mrs. Emma Eaton.
sale Cost $2H( >; will sell for $75cash. nine rooms and bath, hot and cold under the able W.A. B. Screven.
cheap. management of Mr. J.
| Home Sites at HockJedsre. Seed Cane for Sale, Cheap.A ;
J. Tirriy water. Sanitary plumbing. Beautifully
Apply to II. Barron St. Augustine Hotel Alcazar.I'alm f8
Courtenay, Fla. located 200 feet from the banks of the Beach The Inn.
few thousand sugar (seed) canes for Halifax Klver. Saturday night witnessed the opening Miami The Koyal Palm.
sale, at a low figure. Address For further particulars, apply toWir.Klxsox of the Hotel Indian Itlver. The electric
n. C. Eyer, dealer in real estate, RockJge Fine Property For Sale. W. II. MAXwrr.i., ot I'aiikixso.v, lights lent their old-time brilliancy to

Fla., has some very beautiful Titusville, Fla.jy Or Daytona, Fla.Mr the scene,' while large crowds on the Fine Yacht for Sale.

mes, lots and orange groves, on the *, I. M. Axdkbhox, piazzas and In the parlors enjoyed tin
inks of Indian River, lot sale, at a low The Hector Island property, a beautiful 1011 I street, N. W., well-rendered musio of the ladles orchestra. The yawl-rigged yacht, Seminole, CHft,
ce. Write or call upon him. place at Melbourne, Florida, is for MERCHANTS, HOTELS, FAMIlles. Washington, D. C. The people of. the place have long, 2Jft. Hln. beam, centre-board, flat
sale. This is a very desirable place Fruit and Vegetable Growers, looked forward to the coming of this bottom; draws 3a Inches; seven staterooms

second to none on Indian River. The etc., promptly supplied with help. orchestra with great expectation and large main saloon, galley, water
Grapefruit Suds for Sale. comprises a hotel, dwelling Address Wm. IlfUKit, Employment Yacht For Hale. pleasure. Best wishes to the Hotel Indian closets, covered deck; every modern convenience
steamboat wharf also Agent, 30 S. Main t, Jacksonville. *
ouse, store and ; River. and thoroughly equipped '
five hundred grapefruit buds, one small Tangerine orange grove, banana For kale, the auxiliary sloop yacht throughout; for sale at a sacrifice.
** old, $20 per 100. Also budded orgs a and other fruits, with rare shrubbery, For Sale. Jupiter, the finest cruising boat now in Hotel Ormond, of the .Florida East Address Geo. Husto.y,
trees. R. A. Habdee, tennis ground and artesian well. the South; 41ft. long, draft 3ft, 10h. + Coast Hotel System, Messrs. Anderson Sebastian, Fla. lawn The buildings are all comparatively p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); bas Price, managers, with Hying flags and ,

and the grounds are elegantly Iraproved. Round bottom, light-draught' centerboard large cabin and stateroom, with running cheerful musio, opened.Its doors to the

new, Good terms. cat boat, 32ft. over all, Oft. beam; water. Yawl, silver, linen and everything traveling public last Saturday/on which A* an advertising medium, no

Bones Wanted. to owner, J.B.Tebby, built about one year. Has summer complete; now In commission. day eighteen guests were received and paper on the East, Coast can beat thoAdtooatx.

Save Apply Southold, N. Y; cabin. Price, Worth $.1,000; will sell for$JS00 cash. made welcome. Everything Is now In Give us a trial advt.,
| your bones and send them to the Mihob S. Jojtes, Titusville, Fla.; $100.J.. WlLLIAHlOW, Address, F. I>. Ur/oncs, readiness for the numerous guests who nd be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack Or to Melbourne Fla. Mlcco. 31aml! FU. have engaged rooms for January, and .
>nville, Fl*. Will pay cash for them. or J as. T. Hogg, ,



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JANUARY 21



the organs and sexes of, both male and Economy la Buying Seeds. Steamboat Inspections.

Oil female, Ibis monster of a man and woman Magnolia Grocery....

Hov/Jliankfu/ combined, is the good 'Dean's conception Economy Is not paying less money for Captains Vogel and Spencer, Government
a thing that you expected to pay. True inspectors of vessels, returned to H. A. HENRY,
of God's highest effort' )n creation Propriety
economy Is good management, and about Jacksonville, Monday, from a trip of a 9
rain Was Maddening and Mop* whereas the merest tyro In eo ology the worst management a farmer can be week to various points along the East Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

would tell htm that such a being. Ifit guilty of Is to buy chenp seeds and thus Coast, where they went on official business.

Had .Been Abandoned "Wonder* ever existed, could rank only on a par cut the value of his crop in half orworse. ,; STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.**
ful Results of Purifying the Blood."A earthwoims A. stream cannot flow higher During their visit they inspected the *
with the androgynous snails and than Its source, and a crop cannot be steamers Alligator and Metamora atPalatka
Write call for Cash Trice List
very severe) pnln came In my left that crawl beneath our feet.. any better than Its seed. Keal seed economy ; the yacht Canaveral, the property or our -which will pleas? vo

knee, which grew worse and worse, and Such a grotesque tale might shavo done Is buying seeds that bear the stamp of the Cape Canaveral Club, and 102 Main and XI West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLa.

finally a noro broke t>ut above the fcneo.I in the Infancy of intelligence, but now It of a house that Is kmiwn to be reliable; the steamer 'Ilittie' at Titusville; the" Telephone No. 205.GEORO .
discharged a (rivst deal and the pain then the planter is absolutely sure that Alma and the steamer LBke Worth at
from my thljl down was maddening. can only excite a good-natured sroiie of he gets wliat.he wants and what he pays Lake Worth, and the steamers Susie B.

Largo, hard, purplu spots appeared on mylog. pity, except* on the countenance of aDean. for. In every part of the country' dealers and Biscayne at Miami. They also MARX. JOHN MARS.Wholesale .

I suUi-rod in IhU way tqr years, sell the absolutely reliable seeds ofI made an intermediate Inspection of the

and gnva up all hopo-uf ever beinj cured.My We learn tl> niUunf of marriage better ). M. Ferry & Co., of Detroit, Mich., steamer Courtney at Lake Woith.If .
which have given uniform results forM
wife was reading of a fesse Wee mine from poots, historians, and philosophers years. Ferry's illustrated \ieed annual Dealers In131 -

.cured by Hood's Harsnparlllfl, and she than from priests. The assistance of tllo for J80.S, containing information Don't run' any risks about health.

advised mo to try It. I began taking it philologists is nob to be dispised. These that no farmer or gardener can afford tohe Avoid coughs, colds, fevers, pneumonia

and wht'ri I had' ujed a few bolllos I'found tell us that the word comes from .the without, will be sent free to anyone and other similar ailments by keeping Hiid l :i Kant Kay Street and O and 8 Newnan Street, "
relief from my suffering. Oh, making application to tlie lrm. your blood rich and pure with Hood'sSarsaparilla. Jaolg.sojavill.0
Latin maritus, and this from Mars, and Florida,
how thankful I uui foi this relict t I am*
stronger than I have ever been iu my life.I that'Mars bad probably the same origin Nearly all women have good .hair,
the words and maid Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
am in the bent of health, have a good as English man though many are gray, and are bald.Hall's CITY.We
appetite and am a new man altogether." namely the very ancient verb to may; Hair Kenewer restores the natural do not purge, pain r3r gripe. All druggists .

J. P. Mooaa, Lisbon Falls, Maine.00J may-en, man; may-ed, maid; may-er, color, and, thickens the growth of the > I .. are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pcav

mar; mar-is, mars. Chaucer says: "He hatr. [Remember, the Advooatk, Titusville guaranteed genuine. Wealso carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
does all kinds of job printing. Give your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
I. which that hath no wif I hold him shenl ;
S pariUaIs your lungs are weak, avoid as much us a share of work.]
your MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE
,
FLA.
he llveth helpless and all desolat. The depress. ,
as possible everything that tends to
Uia bout In fact the One Truo Hl oi1 rurlflcr. idea that neither
original was man nor avoided
All excesses should be
Mood's Pills cure all liver 111*. 23 cents.MR. maid should live a full, manly 'and wo. Educate Tour Dowels With Cuncaretn.
and kept free from anxiety and mental Candy Cathartic, cure constipation foreier.10c .
manly life, except by being united. This and physical overwork. 'So. It C.C.C,fail,druggists refund money.ALKX .
The Reneke Hardware Co.
sentiment is as old as humanity, and existed

FLAGLER AND NASSAU.A long before Christianity or Judaism. .
There is only one way to farm successfully

Among the Komans, Mars was the glorified and that Is by practicing not only NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR.
recent Issue of the Nassau Guardian
man, and Venus the allexcellingwoman. good methods, but by avoiding debt, NEAR & TAYLOR

Buys: It was a poetic necessity, therefore paying as you go."Whut We carry a Full Line of Shelf Hardware
Both branches of the legislature waited 'that In thorn valor and beauty (Successors to John McAllister.) ,

upon Ills Excellency,! I ho Governor, atGovernmentHouse should be joined together, or, as Dryden Kverybody Knows, Artesian Well Contractors Graniteware Tinware & Woodenware
with thelr addresses wrote of another ,
couple :
in to the wttli Or ought to know, is that health and
reply speech which the
"Happy, happy, happy pair I EAU GALLIE
even life itself depends upon the condition FLA.
Governor opened tho session. None but tho brave, of the blood. Feeding, as it does, B3P Mechanics Tools a Specialty.

The following is tho address of the None but tho brave, all the organs of the body, it must' be
LcKlslative Council: None but tho brave deserves the fair I'' rich and pure in order to-give proper THINGS HAVE CHANGED.Don't 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E. .

May It ploiise your Excellency. Holinshod applies tl e word "vlr I potent" nourishment. Hood's Sarsaparilla'

We, Her Majesty's loyal and dutiful to a young lady to express that makes the blood pure, rich and nourUhing Time Works Wonders, and Herein
she was mnrtable, Truo marriage is the and In this way strengthens the Winchenbacii, Manager. F. M. Buust, Treasurer.
ubjocts, the Legislative Council of the nerves, creates an appetite, tones the This Fact Is ClearlyDemonstrated.
Jlahama Islands, thank your Excellency homo and haven of love. Its state is stomach and builds up the health. Hood's

for the speech with which you have tints bountifully described by Chaucer: Sarsaparilla wards off colds, pneumonia FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.
tho "ArvlmttiiH anil I>orli; ne his wlf, and fevers, which are prevalent at this *. few years ago r>r.
opened present session of the Legislature. "
In sovvritlno lillsso lotion forth hlrllf. time. Vincent anno to Florida
Never eft he was tlmr snfror hem betweiie, and began practice byadvertising.
He chnrlKhflil htra as though she were u imene, In less than IRON
and BRASS
When tho measures relating to the Anil sliu was to him trewe fur evermore. To Cure Conatlpatlon Forever. a week ho was the most CASTINGS.
Take Casuarets Candv Cathartic. lOo or fflto.If "talked about" uian in
proposed mall contrast via. Florida and Don, Jonson wrote : C. U. C. fall to cure,druggists refund money the H ate. Physicians General Hopairing Prorr ptlv & Accurately Done.
Mr. Flagler's proposals for the purchase "Marriage love's object Is, ,at whose bright were asked by their patients
what they thought
of the It. V. Hotel, and tho granting of He eyes lights his torches anil calls them his skies. WANTED a6eNTS."The about this l>r. Vincent.
certain lands by the colony to him, For her lie wings his slumlilnrs ami iloth fly Clinging to the teaching Iron Building Columns,' Shafting, Pulleys, Ilangen
To her white Iiohoiii as his sanctuary. of a decade nno, and
in the
Soldier Civil
'
whereon to erect a hotel are placed before Him makes him smile In sorrows, anil tlnthHtaml Confederate looking upon the newcomer and Boxes in Stock.
** War," contains 600 pages 12x10 inches, as a sort of an interloper Sash Weights and Grate
us, they will recoivo such consideration 'Twixt lilm and all wants with her silver and over 1,100 la.-ge battle scenes, portraits their reply was Saw Mandrels of all Sizes

as their groat Importance demands,. hand." maps,, etc. The greatest and largest always an advertiser the name, and: "liein you Bars a Specialty*

In the exent of tiro negotiations with [To be continued In our next issue.] War Book ever published, and the can't expect him to be much on that account." Furnished.
only one that does justice to the Confederate How wonderfully things have changed in a few
Mr. Flagler being brought to successful honest
Mhort months. To-ilay there is not an
conclusion and tiro benefits soldier and tlie cause he fought practitioner in the city but who will fay that
anticipated 'Iloys.1 Unckhoundu lliint Club.Col. for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell Jr. Vincent has certainly cured many of the *
by many of our people realized, this book on our new and easy plan. wont kinds of chronio cases. Hut it is not the Telephone 102. Offcce and Shops atkEnd of Viaduct in Eiverslde.

tho colony will owe your Excellency a II. J.'Tlfun, of the Florida Ostrich Many of the lady and gentlemen agents phynician Hume cures,who do where are euppoHed you will throughout to know of the all JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

debt of gratitude for the deep Interest Farm, started for Canada yesterday, to who are at work are making from *50 to city or State and you will hear of these cases.At ,
chaperone the advance guard of the $200 por month. Veterans, sons and the name time, Dr. Vincent does not claim to
you have taken in the matter.We others lie Infallible. He sometimes fails, but when he
Royal IJurkhoiinds Hunt Club their daughters of Veterans, and interested
on
does, the for
chances that there Is no hope
Her Majosty's dutiful and loyal journey to tho opening of the Inn and are requested o send for a beautiful the cane1, no matter are where he goes. In all cases O 3=3! u S IB 31'TT 3Jv subjects, the House of Assembly, of the dedication of the grounds, which takes illustrated descriptive circular (free) lie.asks but a fair and impartial trial. That isall. ,

Bahama Islands, bog to thank your place about Fob. 1st. Dr. Douglass, the and terms to agents. Address Courier- SPECIALTIES: DEALERS IN3FM.XL
president of the club will return about Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville, Ky.
'Whines
Excellency for the speech with which CATAIVRII and nil CHRONIC DISEASES of kUL the rftt of March with one hundrod more the Eve, Ear, None, Throat, Lungs,Heart, Stomach
you have been pleased to open the present ostrichos, which will be landed at Cape Liver, Ilowels, Kidneys, liladder, Nerves, 417, & 410 XV. Bay St.,
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon Hkln and Blood Chronic Ulcers (old sore leg),
sosslon of Canaveral in close ,
Assembly.We proximity to the Cancer, Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro, JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
appreciate tho value and importance farm. Land For Sale, Cheap.I rule anil Piles guaranteed cured without using ,
the knife. luieuinatimn, disease* peculiar to
to tho colony of tho proposals ofIfr. women and Private Diseases of both sexes, are RICH WINES create good, rlrh he N
Toimrco 8ilt| and Smoke Tour Lire Anir.To special attention.No thy blood. Don'* make the mistake ul
have for sale 80 acres of pineapplol.iDd given
Henry ,Morrison Flagler, of the buying sour poor wine bccaiixe it itcheap.
charge for consultation. Fees always reasonable.
United States, for establishing In Nassau ,quit full of tolinuuo eimlly bud forever, tie magnatlo on St. Lucie, river, a few miles below Special rates for in II treatment.DR. It is not. It has a nasty, liiu*
life, nervs and vigor, take Do-To- greeable elTect upon the e>stem, vhilMttoodwlneia
hotels of tho highest class,'and for supplying Duo, tbe wonder-worker, tnufc makes weak men Eden, 40 of which being northeast W. T. S. VINCENT; Specialist. really not eapenaive, and
strong. All druggists, BOo or II. Cure guaranteed. of northeast of section Mohawk Block, cor. Itay & Market Streets, gives you that pulled-together, Kit-
a Southern Steam Sorvtco on the Booklet and sample free. Address quarter quarter Jacksonville, Florida' satisfied feeling,
basis of his previous proposals, which Sterling bemody Co.. Cuiaago or New York.To 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 & 7 to8 p. m. BarWe make a Specialty of North Caw
liiio Mountain Daw Corn W liiskey, tlw*
northeast Sundays 3:30toS
the other 40 is the quarter p.m.only*
were laid before the Legislature at its years old, S2.B0 per gallon,
of southeast quarter of section 3, Parties living in Dry Towns will do
last session, and which after due consideration Prospective Te iliers IWo township 38, south of range 41 east. well to order from ua, as wo can mvi
were generally approved.We Tho abovo land can be bought for #10 "vV ,xx1ocaL; l TVExxiIn them 50 per cent, on all orders.tS .

thank your Excellency for the fuller are informed that the per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, every section at once to sell staple We will- Alway not open*send,new money accounts with order union*.

Information respecting tliose plans Btlc une examination orange, lemon or lime growing. goods to dealers; no peddling; experience suitable Jacksonville reference is Rlvra.No .
for canVlidatcs l aspiring to Will bo sold In lots of 40 acres, for unnecessary; best side.. line. 475.00 amonth. Uoods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towni.J .
with which your Excellency lias been teach in lirevard's public schools, will cash. This land will soon be worth |50 Salary and 'expenses or large Aprent for Indlaiioiiolis Brewing Hid.V Co..,
pleasod to favor tho House and be taken'ifrom Hughes" "Mistakes iu Brewers and Bottlers, Indiana polls.
beg to per acre. commission made. Address, with 2 cent
Hercules Malt Tonic, 2.28 per case j Clayton &iRussell.Wild (Sherry Bran Hy,#4.00 per ewe.
intimate that the bill for giving legal Teaching, published by C. W. Uardeen, Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap

effect to Mr. Flagler's proposals, will, Syracuse, N. V.; prico, 40 conts. office; or to Hobbins & Graham, Titus- and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati
villa tf
when laid before us, reoelve that-earnest Ohio. SAW'AND'PLANINGMILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
and careful consideration, which these Jt2T"We would esteem the favor if our f.leaders *Pnlatkat, Fla. E. Bay'St., TToot of Catherine.tC" .
when
writing or calling upon
important subjects demand. our-advertisers to purchase merchandise,
etc, would inention the Advocate. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
CLARK LUMBER CO. ,
THE RELIGION OF MARRIAGE ..

. Manufacturers of

> LAnVOOOK
What pn# does a hard-working mother of ORANGE MILLS, (Near Palatka) FLORIDA.Firstclass Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A >
Editor Indian liiver Advocate: i family receive for her labor at the end of a .
Tile subject of week ? The husband may Building Material, true to dimensions, furnished as'
marriage concerns every
one so nearly that"scarcely too much bring wages. home Some of-the his regular children represented. A lino stock of Lumber can be forwarded to any large stock of bry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

ean be written about It. Any fresh light may be old lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresmouldings
enough to earn part of Florida at'short notice. of all
patterns a
that can be thrown upon it Is of necessity theirs. But the specialty.
mother, what is When at home,, write us for prices; when our toay' come and see us.
up ,
a public benout. Tho Doan of Lich her pay for her Write for prices, or oall upon our Seabreeze (Fla.) agent,

field must have boon of this opinion days of toil and N. S. DAYTON.
When ho published his recent "Historyor often nights of

Marriage, Jewish and Christian, in relation anxiety she is ? either Well, W. B. DAWSON

to Divorce and certain Forbidden paid in love or I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of ,

Degrees." Whatever mo lit It may have she Isn't paid Wholesale and Retail

ais a church dignitary's plea for extremo at The all. majority -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4.lasswaro -

clerical views, as a history of marriage of mothers are ,

it has no value whatever. It does not - - perfectly Bed with satis-tfce (. Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Coat Goods, Stoves, Tinware Gran WINE d MERCHANT.II.
ovon tell us what marriage Is, and the simple If .i o.mpenne of loving appreciation. iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice 'cream LIQUOR .
Dean's notion of its any mother doesn't receive that much. freezers. Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools
religions aspect appears it s an awful pity.
It's plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
to bo conllnod to tho "indissolubility a sad thing when the mother comes and barbed .wire, '
of the bond down stele with overwork or worry, or be 1 19 West St.
and tho Bay Jacksonville Fla.
infamy of cause some little weakness or disease has Ilnrriwon Bros* Ready Mixed. Paints.Plonno ,
marrying a deceased wife's sister. He been neglected until it gets to be alarming. .

Bays of tho latter, "In tho eyes of the point.It should She never ought be to be allowed looked to after get to right this tlomof your patronage"Write Mail Orders me for lToiupt Prices and Careful. 1 Attention respectfully, and solicit imioirjeg a rorKlven for- Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana,

church such a marriage is Incestuous, away. She needs the help of common seme prices answered promptly

ami ai> Stato legislation can alter this cine medical will treatment cure everything.Of course A medicine no one tuedi-must IMC. 323. -3nLTJ333I2t, Mexican and Florida Cigars. .

character," but ho does not show why itis be speciallyadapved to its particular purpose. "West Palm. Beach FlaW.m.
thus. The indissoluble "ononoss" of ir the digestive organs or the liver are out -
of order Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
man and wife Is gravely based upon "tb* '"'.? ? t "d scientific remedy.Diserf WHISKEYS from $2.00 Ter Gallon Good*.
J. IIahhTisheimeb. Ires. upwards. I handleno Compound
locp significance of the mod* in which His Favoritt Prescription is specially E. IIarkisiieimck, Sec'y fc Trcas.
Evo devised for weaknesses and diseases of the J@T Trice List uporr application. Ybur Jug Trade Solicited.If .
was created" out of Adam's side.He womanly organs; and it is the most potent you wish to an account
refers to tho bolief of not a few of been remedy invented.for these troubles which has ever The Elgin Bntter Company of Florida. open you- must gtve first-class city references.

the Kabbia, that in tho first human being Where both these conditions exist these

man and woman were united together two'ho"medicines taken alternately constitute WHOLESALE ONLY Write for Wholesale Trices for Market Gardeners of.,
>
Kl>ly scientific of
and that course treatment,
they wero endowed with
which has been
tnarvelously successful
with
a separato existence only when the latter thousands of dyspeptic, debilitated and ISvLtter ars-d. Clieese

was formed, but so, nevertheless, as nervoua"I take women.great pleasure ia recommending Dr. RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS.

still to remain "one llesh." Ho quotes rierce-a Favorite Preacription., Golden Mistical Office and Cold Stotage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
IHKoveryand IfUM .' ,
Xuseblus writes Mrs. led law.
who said: "We must first rence. South 1
learn about man's nature, for that which Irouble waa female Hero. Grand weakntw.Isle kidney Co., Vt dlaeaae"My, Our 4 Crewn Butter Is being used by the best merchants throughout the State Selected and Grown especially lor Florida Tlanting.

we had originally Is not tho same which neuralgiatook eight ebstnee bottlea of or life Dr.aod Pierce'bad*flowing Favorite apella.Pre. The butter handled by us is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries' BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman Jacksonville, Fla.
,
ertotion. aevea bottlea of In the State of Illinois. It Is
we now have. Then it Ooldea Medical Dis. always uniform in quality.
was androgynous, f jrv. "? eveexmall vial* of PlleU.>.>Th These >>
la form and name a combination of both doctors did sol help me any. I could aiot aleep Merchants not receiving our quotations will do us a favor by prices are as low as the same seeds are sold by reputable Seedsmen'
male and Jlght nor day | auflTcred, everything before I writing foraame. New York, ThUadelphJa etc. and the in will'amount toconsiderable.
time and
female. raa to take br r-terc*s medicines. 'When T ]' 93" WE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This Is saving freight
TUU human hermaphrodite, Laving SK ?U ritii" ? lJ! V positive. .'

THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA. I
KT IN CASE 0FAFREEZE.Remember me:





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21. 1898.ofessional .



> Cards.Robbiks. CELERY CULTURE.DeFumak Northern product, there Is a splendid

profit, as demand is good and prices rule RARE HODGES & GODFREY
CHANCE !
high so'l hope will
; as many as possible
Waltbb 8.Graham. SntiNos, Fla., Jan. Ill, '08. uiako n crop of it, let their area be ever ,

INS A GRAHAM, Editor Indian Rivrr Advocate: so small* C. K. McQcakkik. Manufacturers of


ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW, that Now we that it has been demonstrated Hotel .Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla.The Yellow Pine Lumber
can fine
grow just as celery in Notice of Intention to Apply tor .
Hours: From 10to 12 a. m., the south as can be grown in the north ,
and 2 to 4 p. m.svillb Letters Patent. KOVOll DUKSSBD,
or west, there is no reason why we
Brevard Co., Florida. should not increase the Orange Bos Heads,
of
108.practice. acreage this is hereby Riven that the under-
in all the courts state and fed delicious vegetable one hundred percent NOTICE intend to apply to hi* Excellency, Fruit A Vegetable Crates.I.timtwr .
w. 1>. Bloxh *m,Oovornor of Klorlila, upon delivered at any part of Indian River
for
I facilities tot examining and perfect- this year at least and go on increasing the 21st tlay of Ketirit rv, A 1>. lrtiw, nr M Mwntliereaiur on thronirh bill of lading. Anjonu rontemplat.
I titles.IOK it yearly. It is a a* practicable, for I-eirem latent lug Imiliilng on the hast Coast,would do well to
very easy crop upon tup propound Charter of "Tho Koyal Hock- write fur price* The Kawmlll is sit listed on the
to make, but like every other crop there hounds Hunt Club" hereto attached.CHARTER. J T.* K. W.lty., miles south of Palatka.SiitsiimiilflirlitM .

S. JONES, is a right and a wrong way of going at It; liitiiniiico.Fln.NATIONAL. .
These Articles Wltnnsseth, That the undersigned
in Florida -
we can grow two crops of it
have associated kheinaeives together to
ATTOHNEYATLAW.IVILIiE yearly, a spring and a fall crop, and form a Corporation under the laws of Florida. =ss

BREVARD CO., FLA.iinty now when the planning of our spring ARTICLE 1.

crops Is in order let us discuss the The name of this Corporation Shalt be "The Home-Seekers
celery Ro al itufkhoumls "
Hunt
Club,
> and IU principal
Judge of Brevard County.L. crop a little. To make a good beginning place of Imxinesa wlll.be at Courtney, Brevard
County, Florida. REAL
ESTATE EXCHANGE.F.xchatiKtntf
we must exercise considerable care with .
ARTICLE 2.
OAULDEN", the seed bed, It ought, if possible, to boin The purpose of this Corporation is the entertaining

a sheltered situation, having a warm of guests and the members of this (Hub
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, with Induing, food, bunting, ttxtilng, Michtlng property for 1'iupetty aSpecialty.
southern exposure, ito dimensions and other nodal niniiaeiuenta, and to do all kinds Send ]>oHCiiption of what
practice In all the Courts of the State 'should be in accordance with the of farming, and the growing of all kinds ofempa
Ida, and the United States Courts. prospective and fruit n. and also Oat rich running, and you have, and wlmt you want.MALAliAK .
size of tho crop in view, for one ralHtnur of cattle and horses, and to acquire
Box, 238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. proierty| anil Improve It, ami to own and buy Indian Illvor FLORIDA.C. .
,
Money to Loan. 18 acie about twenty-ono thousand plants and sell lands. It may do all things neceasarv

would bo requisite, for this number of and proper for the purpose of conducting aaiil C. CAKHOLI.,
business, and ahull have all the power and privileges
GOLDSMITH plants tho seed bed should be at least grunted to such Corporations under the Ileal Kstale Agent.gipttjt .
Laws of tho State of Florida, which are necessary
six feet wide and fifty feet long. In preparing and proper for the purpones or its Incorporation.

this bed the ground should bo as abovo cut represents roughly! IIOTKL Oil NIL, at Sumo, llrevaid

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, level as possible, a frame of ten inch The ARTICLE 3. County, Florida, which is only { of a mllo south of tho depot of K.iu U.illle, Fl.i.,
amount of the capital stock Is hereby and about 2(10 miles south of Jacksonville the Klorlda Kast ll.is do Wino9, Liquors
on CoastK'y.
boards should surround it. After digging authorized to be Five Thousand Dollars, to be
rllle, Florida.JCARYELWES divided into shares of One Hundred Dollars pot, postofllco and telegraph otnoo. Tho hotel and seven oottugos nio located* on IBmyf and Cigars.jjill .
the soil thoroughly with either a each, and the said capital stock ahull be paid In ten acrea of land fronting on the Em Oalllo ltlver, with vbw of Indian River on the

folk or grubbing hoe, about fifteen and property be fully to-v.it paid: up The In the houaea following located described on the oust, Icbh than half a mile distant, and tho Atlantic Ocean 2} miles away. Is practically IliSJjjW Ouaranlfoil Pur*

pounds of acid phosphate and cottonseed luiiil of II. J, Tlllln, in soctlon 27. township, new buildings completed in 1SIHI. The hotel and every cottage Is furnished Sold nt rod need
eolith nuigu : l east, on Merritt's Inland, lirevard and most of tho furnituro and linens have never boon used. Two nrteHian prices

NOTARY PUBLIC meal, mixed, should be broadcastedon social county hall, Florida, to-wit. Casino on wharf, wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the best
piazza up irtment house, billiard hall I mporteilTokay
STATE AT LARGE.IpewrltinR it and well mixed in the soil. It and tiowpng alley, sulphur bath bonne, two of wato* Tho property has only boon used some two months by the former owner Wine

should be allowed to lie then for a week kitchens and two out-houaes, dog kennel and John Oioen, who died, and tlio property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A DoGrauw ,
taxes paid"for non- keepers house, stable and carriage house. The of Jamnloa New Votk whoso aiMicss' after from Italy.
or so to allow this fertilizer to incorporate capital stock inav be increased to fliHl.oooon or Queen's County, ,
({rats, rents and accounts collected, January 1st will bo Oak Hill Florida. There Is 100 feet
more, under Section 2118, Revised Statutes of a largo pavilion
itself into the soil. The seed should
etc. Coirespondence solicited, *lorida. square, cement floor, oemont walks, water works and garden. Host of hunting and John B. Togni ,

usvilie, Floilda.J. be soaked twenty-four hours before sowing ARTICLE 4. lishing, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Kuu Uallie and IndUn Jtlverst Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: East Hay St.,

and then the soil being well raked The term for which this Corporation shall ex oysters, sea bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole is ready to open as a hotel '

WEBB and made as smooth and free from ist Is 100 years. in one day's time. Kvery convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. JACKSONVII.LK, FLOK1DA.

[ ARTICLE 5. Titles perfect. Tho original cost to John (iroen was $18,000; now for salo cheap; Wholesale ami llelall ,
lumps as possible, the seed should be The business of this shall be
Corporation con half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here,
ducted by a President, and Secretary,and Treasurer
ATTORNEYATLAW mixed with Hour or corn meal and sown'as AddroHS'D. L. OAULDKN Titusvllle Fin.Or .
,
ami Hoard of Directors; provided, the The Largest and Most Complete
))1 practice in the Courts of the 7th evenly as possible all over tho bod, oltlues of Treasurer and Noorotary may be held Aaron A. DkOuauw, Jamaica, N. Y."
lit. liv the saino person. The Hoard of Directors Establishment South.GEO .
taking c.ire not to have it too thick in ahull,at a meeting to lie held Immediately after

urno, Florida.O. anyone placo and thin elsewheie. Two the annual stockholders meeting, elect from
HACKER & SON
among their member* a l'resldent. Treasurer, "OUTIIOOItS," tho Now SMirtlng Magazine. S.
ounces of seed will bo enough to now mid Secretary; and until the Hoard of Directors | ,
to be elected at the rlrst meeting of the stockholders fishing Invaluable to tho salt water llnliormiin, the fresh water Usher-
FRIES, C. E. the size of bed indicated. After sowing in the your IttHH, shall have ijiiulitUiil, C.II man, the grouse, ipiail, snipe, woodcock and ham shooter, thobaylilrd |
Walton ahull be President and II. .1. TllllnKhali wild fowl tho hunter tiro ton11stwhoolmnn
the seed rake it in tho soil very slightly be and gunner, big gamo ,
Secretary ami Treasurer and O. H.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.id (take care not to have it too deep or it Walton and II. J. Tlllln and D L. (laulden: shall photographer, boatman ami naturalist. I'rleo* lOcts,
constitute the first Hoard of Directors. The annual Subscription $1.00 per year.' Wrlto for sample copy,
legally surveyed and subdivided.ing will not grow), then tuimp the soil wel) meeting of tho stockholders shall be rlxeilby I
the by-luvs. CRTS GEO. LOTJTKKL LUCAS, Killtor and Proprietor,
with the feet, lowing it as smooth aspossible. RES I 1 Ave. Now Yotk N Y.
) neatly done. Estimates for ARTICLE 6. No. Madison :
Tho b d should be covered
inds of The higheabamnunt of Indebtedness or liability
: engineering .works. Dis- with cheeBe cloth or thin muslin as a to which -Corporation can at any time '
subject Itself Is(Jlon.otxi(Ml one hundred thousand
)
[ lines a specialty.sviixe slight protection against insects and very dollars. Ami tho Directors shall not mortgage

cold weather but when the plants get or create a Hen upon the sunk, franchises One Man Can Run This Steamboat
Brevard Co. ,
Florida.SPHEN or other property of the Corporation to secure
to growing good, this coveting should such indooteilnesa unless a majority of the stock
hold by the stockholders shall so direct said Directors. c
be removed during the day, and a week .
E. FOSTER, In witness whereof we haveto set nur names .
before it should be
transplanting entirely and subscribed .2o DO
seals with our bunds this the 4th

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW removed so as to harden them off.If day of January,A D.' lstm. ...iC. &=r 2.CO MANUFACTURERS OF

the plants Vapidly and look II, Walton, oue shnre, TlttisvUle, Florida, 3 CO .
ams 420 & 423, Gardner Building, grow very (Seal) Doors Sash Blinds
spindling they should be clipped with D. L. Oauldon,one share, Titusvllle, Florida -!- ,

hoNviLLE, Florida.tPE scissors to make thorn stocky. (Seal) c5a I'u
II.J Tlllln, forty-eight shares, Courtnev Florida. inc Moulding & Building Material.OH .
The first celeiy seed bod should bo ISeal] a>

& CAMPBELL, made not later than the middle of January State of Florhla County., I IIn 1Hrevard o o oo Warorontim. Kino;, opposite

and followed by another two weeks PC Cannon Struct. ,
person came before me, It..T Tlllln,to me
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, later; this will bring the plants ready well known as the person descrllied In and wlio o c 5"at Charleston S. C.
sinned, seslud and executed the foregoing charter
for transplanting early in April, and the for the incorporation of "Ilia Koyal llui'k- .5 ffj ,

sonville ready early in June at a time when hounds Hunt Club," und acknowledged that he
Florida.Scott. crop signed, sealed and executed the same for the Sash Weights Cord and
there is a good demand for it. When uses and purposes therein expressed. ,
Witness my hand and otfluial seal this(Ith day
Gohdox R*. Broome.OTT the plants are four to six inches in size of January, A. D. 1808. Hardware.

they are ready for transplanting, but before [Seal] TIIOS. It. SANDERS, MACIIINF.nV IIANDI.KH KKOM PILOT flOIJHK.

& BROOME, tho bed Justice of Peace, 14th Dlst. This stnamhnnt Is 3T-ft.long, UK-ft. Imam, 2-ft.depth of hold ) draws It Inches of water, and Window and Fancy Glass
taking out the plants will run eight miles an hour, lias cabin Uxll feet, with UH ft. Iiond riMiin. Two folding beds and to?
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW should be thoroughly watered, thus insuring State of Florida, I IIt galley,exs-ft. an accommodate six or eight persons easily, lliirua either wimiiI or coul. Hultalilo A SPECIALTY.BO .
re vard County. I IIn for pleasure purpose or light freight or tlshlng business. We Willi duplicate for SI 00, or
(over Bank a plentiful supply of soil adhering person came before mo C. It. Walton and will alter to suit coinlit loin, at prices from i'UKiuotn f Iaiki.MKHK1I.I.HTF.VK.N.S .

) to the roots when taken up. If a D. L. (laulden, to me well known as the persons KNOINKKItlNO CO., YEARS'

l. Florida.SORGE described in and who signed, sealed and executed 138 & 140 East Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Kiigliieera, Contractors, Kte, EXPERIENCE
third of the leaves are cut off at this the foregoing charter for the Incorporation
of "The Royal llu< khounils Hunt ( lub,
stage, tho plants will get to growing and acknowledged that they each algued, sealed

W. ALLEN, sooner than if not cut back. and executed the same .for the uses ami purposes
therein expressed.In
The land for celery should be the very witness whereof I have hereto set ray hand

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, best on the farm, it need not necessarily ami.1HU8.otltcial seal this the 4tb day of January, A.D. HOMESEEKERS"Who A

West, Florida. be low, swampy or mucky, but it is well [Seal] O. OARY-KLWKS, Marks CT',

Ill practice in the United States to avoid dry, sandy soils. A good loamy Notary Public.Citation. Trade Dcaian*

State Courts. 0jun05IR. soil, well filled with decayed vegetable tire Seeking a Home in the CopVniohts Ac.
Anyonefirtlng akstnh and ilaaorlptlon mar
is best and to a water
matter as near aaoartalii our opinion fras whathsrivantlon

F. H. HOUGHTON supply as possible, in case of a very dry Inssiit la prohalilr patnlitanla.Handbook Commlinloaqnlnk on l' l BUtaat -

I have found that with South should send to tho undersigned frim.tlonaMniitlyaoiillitantral. aiwnnr for mir1i]a palanI'attints .
t.pell, although tbrouaH Munn At Co. nootv* 96H
ri"l HE wife or next of Mrf of Iternard f!. Smith, takan
good cultivation and the proper tools todo I who dteil at Jensen, Hrevard County, FlorIda wilul nutfcu, without(iliarica. In tea
DENTIST.tona on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1SII7,
it with, this crop seldom suffers anil all others whom It may concern, are hereby for a of the Scientific HmericamA
much in a drought. Celery does well to notified that six weeks after the first publication copy bandanmalr llloatratsd w h.Ht. Larssst Hr.miiatlon .
Florida.JALPn follow almost any crop; my preference isto hereof, to-witi January 14th, 18VH, and of any artantlllfl lournal. Tarnis.il
to for administration on bis all .
their failure apply r ari four months, tU Hold bf Jiawsdaalars.MUNN
succeed a root crop turnips or potatoes. estate, I will appoint some creditor of Said
In preparing the soil it should be Smith, or other tit person, to administer, on bis Florida East Coast Homeseeker. & Co * New York

E. SMITH, M. D. well broken and put in a state of thorough estate in Florida. Hraouh Uflloa, &> t at.,Waahloaluo. V.C.

tilth.. Fertilizers at the rate of MINOR 8. JONES,
4We
from twelve to sixteen hundred pounds Janl4-febl8 County Judge,
V&gV& '
\\SAyMi TVryvvrii.'tHUHHC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, per acre should bo added a few weeks Titusvllle.Fla ,Jan. II,'9H.8herlfrK f ,

iialist In Genital Rectal before transplanting time. This fertilizer have lands for Fruit Orowlng, Trucking, Tobacco Crowing, and for STAMPS f WHY NOrHAVEtYC
Urinary an
,
should bo broadcasted and mixed Sale.UNDER Winter and Summer Homes. Climate tho healthiest in the United States, I
Diseases. thoroughly'with the soil. Celery stands

ford, Florida. in the vegetable kingdom something like and by virtue of an execution Issued Apply to IrMM.fuctbieL'VMiBICGEStP' s
what our Jersey cows stand in the animal she County Court for Hrevard county
[kingdom at the top; this means Florida, on the Uth day of October, JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

that its food must be of the very best, 1897, in a certain cause therein pending, wherein
the Titusvllle Electric Light Co. is plaintiff FLORIDA EAST COAST ll'Y,
therefore the plant food necessary to get anil Duren Feaster are defendants, I have i

celery to do its best must bo suitablo. levied upon and will sell at- public auction, in ST. AUaUSTI TE FLA.MANIER ..INTHE$
The soil for its growth must bo fertile, front of th* Court House door at Titusvllle, ,
Florida,during the legal hours of sale, on the
fertile soil Is when
and what I mean by ,
FIRST MOVDAV IN FEBRUARY,
It contains all the materials requisite for

the nutrition of the plant in the required the legal same sales being day, the t the 7th highest clay of and the month best bidder, and WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.

quantities, and in the proper form. In for cash, the following descibed real estate
other words a well balanced celery plant to-wit: Kegin 214 feet west of the northeast
the corner of the northwest quarter of section 4, ff LANE MUSIC CO.
food. Fertilizer to give us nearest township ft south, range ,lo east; thence run
approach to this would analyze four percent south 240 feet,thence went 417 feet,thence north
nitrogen, six per cent phosphoric 240feetto the township line; thence eaat 417
feet to the point of lieglnnlng, containing 3 3-10 t*
Crow paying becaase they're The
crops
acid and eight to ten potash. potash
acres, and being in the northeast quarter of the .
,fresh and always the beat. For should be in the form of sulphate, to northwest ipiarter of section 4. township 'tlsonth ! A/

sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes, give It the crisp, nutty flavor so much a range,1ft east, the same having risen lev What PEFFER'S tlERVJGOR Did,
of Arthur T. Feaster:
fetlck to Seeds and I characteristic of good celery. led upon aa the property IS act* nuworfiillr ami <|ul> kljr. Ouraa wlun alt
Ferrjr'e prosper. JOSEPH P. BROWN, Vonritf mun n tgali! loat manho Hli old;
131)8 Heed Annual free. Write for It. ] Sulphate of potash is also a rust pre Conoyer Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln man raooTar youiliful visor. ibauiuc iy Miinr*
Sheriff Etc.
ventive. In setting out the plants, the jan7'feb4 il il taCaraNtrfniiaii*,,, l iil I. llifi
Iatw t4 it y, N laHsljr KnlHlAM f.osS Paw v,
D. M. FERRY* CO.. Detroit. Mich.'OUR ground should be laid off In shallow furrows ItC.r .. i'sillns M wrr, YVaatla* Itls*
and half feet in this Notice of SheriffM Sale. >. ami o'l iffrt* "J It ahuM or ic mtt an.|
three a apart; Ward* Off Inaanlty and oonanniptlonIxm
furrow the plants should be set six or PIANOS t lot draaaist linpom a mn _tbbias si nbatitut* onou H
bafan* ill riaMw asr t r nroofc. lualafton har-
eight Inches apart. When they begin and by virtue of an attachment and t-KKrr.it-m skUviiiom, or M>n FORTUNE growing good, the soil should be slightly execution Issued out of the County Court ( an ba caniadprr. In vvat porkat. A'rspald plain wrap*
Ml par bosVVrtMaa or (o* *JI. wltn A
rains will in and for Hrevar I county, Florida, In acanse
Tour boaltb. TonrhapplnSM I* Tour strsnsUi.JPtba drawn up to them, but future 4aiHnR Im M Oars *r Haraail Ika
A.Dedrauw
therein wherein Aaron
depending CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS t rrea bold bvdrniotiaU.Addr a
health by iipnl
Head and ?
HdTIUMl elear
"Jonr mind and brain Halwar"at ram and aa do all the further hilling necessary Is plaintiff and Mary K. Tims Is defendant rcr/i
''ailMAVSJ M E.\THOI.IHIIALEB lalM nearly filling up this furrow, and care I have levied- upon and will sell at
o> t relief to mankind la all h e<1 troablaa.VRKII. mast bi taken to keep the soil from public auction, ll front of the court house door, Sold by J. D. Screven, only.Royaltansy .
Cultivation at Titusvllle, Brevard county, Florida, during Lowest Prices Terms.
Tkal awtwl aJarrfCatarrk dla."wrs going on the crown of the plant. the legal hours of sale, on the ; Easy
br Its m Wonderfnl In Har Fa raodbma. should
the period
IrBUr ONLY CVnMMMM'*. during growing FIRST MON'DAV Ut FEBRUARY, IsOS,
*'jaa an piiiu Dmataa,*aw *r often and thorough, using sweeps for
be the asm* being the Tth day of February,IMM, to pills
Mil. M mmu. H 4 tor |ha Ifcil. ITaa. times. In bleaching, the beat bidder, for cash, the following Write for Catalogues. *
cciHati eaie Co.. viscsasss,us.,o.a. a.TANTED the last few the highest and
most satisfactory method Is by means of described lands of aald defendant, lying EWDISOItVritT. HBTKKrAILflUA
and being la Hrevard county, Florida, to-wit i aaw.raUabla and aala railat for aap.
boards laid close dp to the plants, and Ail the nortb-half of lot I of Titus Addition to MANlER A LANK MUSIC COMPANY; MMd, aaasMlva, aeauty ar palafuliiuauraUoa.
drawing the soil up tothem. Titusvllle Also all lot of block .How aa l ova*%*
FAITHFUL 3IEN OR held there by the town ot ;
Jacksonville 71a.
24 East Street tbaaa
lavlaoralaa *
Day laalaa. eryaaa.
,
of block ail of lot* of block 311
No more should be bleached at a IS; all lots IS; war*wf Swa aM
women to travel for responsible earth ill of lota T S,A and 10 of block and all of par boa, a ail boa M. fcatd
fcblished house in Florida. Salary time than la necessary; never npor {ota I, *and 3 of block 30, and all lot six IS) of la pUla wrappar. Sand as lanpalor 1''
And expenses. Position pennaaReference. lay boards alongside to bleach when the block K,of the Town of Titusvllle, a* per LaBaron's partloalan.pcrrsiIscaiCAXXmIMJIATIOK S l li tdraaSMaoraoklrMS -

Enclose self-addressed dew is on, or on wet day; If 7 d*. map of said town- ktaaH "
out for trouble. If the crop is hurried JOSEPH F. BROWN, The ADYOGATE does neat clean Job
sped envelope. The National, Star look Printing. '
-
nraace Bldg., Chicago. and got on the market ahead of the TJao-4feb Sheriff Brevard County Sold by J. D. Screven, only.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21, 1898.



INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. +- THE WHOLE-SOULED LIAR. party was composed of Mm. King, tbe and further exposing himself to the SAVE MONEY And Bay From ****
Misses Hill, of Washington, Ga.; Misses weather in his then quite ill statetakingto
Anthony, Angevine and Mrs. M. E.GfuberjMessrs. bis bed the next day and never leaving
JOURNAL DKVOTSD TO TUB DBVKIr- The champion liar has been getting B. M. Potter, Wm. F. It until death relieved his suffering.
OF TUB INDIAN UIVBK, LA KBWOttTlI in his line work of late to an Armstrong, Jr., W. J. Cady, M. E. Griiiber. All that careful nursing and skillful
AMD IIWCAVN*BAT SECTION*. alarming extent. The elegantly- Gun. Anthony and brother and T.G. medical attention could do was done in
Ronald. his behalf Dr. Holmes making him
worded story of the sale of convicts seveial visits, .but to no avail. Good- Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
PUBLISHED -KVKBV FHIVAY. at West Palm Beach was fairly Eau Gallie. natured, manly and klDd-hearted, he Hay, Grit
good for 8)) starter, and the account made fiiends of all with whom he came
H. Waltow, Editor & Proprietor.MBMIIBK of the negroes held in slavery in contact. His had been a roving disposition Meal and Cotton Seed Meal. '
and he had seen and understood
by the bold, bad Seminolea, in the John Aspinwall is expected here soon.Arclxlencon .
life in a variety of phases, especially
OP cypress-shaded depths o"f the Everglades Brown will bold services western characteristics, making Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
was fascinating, if absurd. next Sunday in the new St. John's his conversation most interesting' and beast. Only sell f6r cash on.the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. man
FLORIDA PRES3 ASSOCIATION, The truth of tbe matter is, that Episcopal church.Orrld entertaining. He came here two years

AFFILIATK WITH TIIR our accomplished liars having nothing Eldred, of Carrollton, III., is ago to take charge to of his the father.pineapple Dr.J. Office:, 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLi,

National Editorial AmocUttion. new in the way of weather and family here for of the Mr.winter Maberry., stopping with tho plantation. 13. Hays belonging, of Carrollton, 111. Industrious

fish stories wherewith to exercise and hard-working, he sought to
nf n river, Tuesday, hiinging up the the Indian River section, to which he
at till*olDno >r liy writing. satisfy the modern craving for sensationalism ferry-boat in use at that place. had become much attached and in which &
have turned their attention he had gieat faith.' In his death the Wagon
Miss Etta has
Mapes been
,etc.,may lio made payable to Ciiaiilks to the fabrication of fancy few days here visiting Mrs. S.spending K. Watts a, community loses a good citizen and his BAKER,
4.ui puliltttlmr and proprietor fiction, which, while it is amusing ..leaving for Georglana Wednesday, morn fiiends a kind, brotheily companion.
The body wasbrought here Friday night Dealers in
1 is calculated
not
reading, to
prove ing.The for Intelroent, accompanied by Messrs.W. .
all oommunleatlonii to of benefit to the state. We have post office building is receiving a P. Santhaney, O. II. Hunt, W. L.Keefer Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasuie and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts A
INDIAN R1VKR ADVOCATE, long since emerged from the depths coat of paint. A tall flag-staff has also Herbert Enos and1 Addison Maberry. Bicycles, Sundries, etc. etc'' '
beon erected for the display of weather Squire Hodgson read the beautiful
of barbarism
Titubvillb, Florida. and lay some* claim
Maln-and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE
signal flags. FLA.
burial service of the Episcopal
to being in at least a fairly -civilized
church, in an earnest and impressive
Judge M. S. Jones, of Titnsville Dr.
condition and if these stories ;
manner, and we left him' mid the silent
Holme of Faustina
*, ; Dr. Ilughlett, of
are believed, as they probably are Cocoa,*nnd O. B. Floyd, of Jacksonville, shadows of the tall pines as they softly
by some of the more gullible members were noticed in town the past week.Rev. sang u requiem over tlio new-made grave.So The NewSelden
ends a young and useful life, and our
of the human will
race they
,
Outland, the newly-appointed earnest hope is that his spirit has found
give a b'ad name to a portion of the Methodist Episcopal Incumbent, will de peace In communion with that of the
universe of Which its citizens are liver his initial sermon here next Sunday young mother, whose memory he sotendeily Door

Justly proud. We shall have to In theevening.C. morning. .Service will also be held ,reveied. Cypress Companj;

add another to our list of products,
m and this time no very desirable one, C. Foster, of Logaosport, Ind., is a Fort Pierce.Mrs. .
guest at the Taylor house. Mr. Taylor
to-wit : the monumental liar and
the sooner this poisonous, product, come well equipped -for hunting and E, Davies and family left Monday Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
fishing and has purchased a smalHiouse- for St. Augustine.
following the example of Judas boat since arriving, upon which he will Walter B.isb and wife have moved to One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash
Iscariot, goes and hangs himself, cruise along Indian River. We bespeak their new residence. ,
the better it will be for the state! for him. an, enjoyable trip and great During the past week we have had
sport.We and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
We should have thought it was lovely weather warm and mild. ,
for were pained and shocked at the Miss Helen Bevill has returned from
hardly of the
.necessary one unlooked-for intelligence of the sudden And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eir,
great dailies to apply to the governor and untimely death of George W. Hays, a few months' visit on the west coast. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tlie tH-f)
rainfall for the work: 0.02 inches for a denial of such a palpably which occurred last Thursday moming, The tradeboat Merchant, Captain possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will coff
from normal rainfall fpr the absurd tissueof liesits fallity at Enos,'after a very short illness. Deceased Michael in command, was in port Mon Doors, Sash, Blinds, .Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass,t:
: minim 0. 78 InclioH. Depart uro
must have been was a young man, only 2!) years day.VV.
normal rainfall since January 1, apparent to the
of age, and apparently in robust health J. Tucker paid Cocoa a visit Monday
1.80 inches.J. meanest intelligence-; however, itis when he left here somo three months going up to see Dr. Ilughlett, with
W. Ciionk, Observer. possibly a good thing to let the since to, engage in winter gardening on a bad bono felon.'Prof. .
distant public know that our state the place owned by John McAllister at Allen held services in the Methodist MIAMI /
is Enos. .Last Christmas day ho planted church last Sunday to .
not quite so black as she is morning,* a
sailor has many curious su an acre of beans in a cold drenching rain, large congregation.Mrs. .
painted by ambitious and irresponsible
nnd from this time his
illness
handed down from time dates. .On Andrews left for St.
which neither the ad scribes of the pennyalineorder New Year's eve he attended an eotel tainment Monday, being sent for on account Augustine of
/ crossing the river in an open boat her husband's illness. Town Lots Now Sal

modern of steam tendency and electricity towards prac nor t on

Mr.
W. F. J.
McCokmick who

them have been is an able Idea to that displace.it is formerly resided at West ,Palm When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour

for a married woman to Beach, is the author .of an interesting A. E. KINGSLEY ? Agent For
article in the
a new ship. Hence, it is January number ,

the sailors who are to man difficulties of "Recreation, dangers," descriptive and pleasures oftbe he expects to get ; Mrs: Julia D. TuttljiTui.

A'H battleship "Kearsarge" are
with dire forebodings of dis-j attending an exploring and

ni with of regard the'Secretary to her future of ,the on sporting the Upper trip Mistassini.upon the waters We learn of CHOICE. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY 1In

that in the far
even northern rivers
having to perform chosen that function.a married of this continent our own familiar all parts of the Town. Carefully SelecteJ

pest, the mosquito, is even more in = Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
evidence than with tis. Mr. McCormick (HP This
U. S.Patriotic Almanac the
of which is embellished ,with river, we suffered says : "In greatly this part from of mosquitoes the !>Xiami River and Bay Biwc .yiie|

of George Washington
the familiar whichattacked us at every B3TCorresp ondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
legend "First stop, and all agreed they were fur
first in peace, first in the worse than had
any we encountered Main Office. Hotel Miami MIAMI
of hiscountrymen," is a in the mangrove swamps of Florida ,

issued by the National ," and this was in a part of the, .iiiiKlZ'li3iiii5llIijiiliiiJi'1'It ''
Money League. Resides world
where water in a pail was
a copy of the Constitu covered with a thin ooat of ice on is the best: also the cheapest, because it goes
the United States, it is full the morning 6f the 4th of July.So farthest. CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
useful information of
when the *
mosquito days
will set* the most pro we can comfort ourselves with come the Take no other; insist on getting the genuine

silverite to thinking reflection that we'are not alone in article. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEEJ
the premises upon which our trouble*, and that even the far For sale by leading dealers throughout the State. ,
is built are not wanting
north has
mosquitoes of Its own,
Moreover, 'it is im and finer specimens than ours. Bernard Aukl. ** HAIR AND LATH. *
from cover to cover with a Petek J. Nevins.

spirit of patriotism, which State Agent Iu & M. and Oils.o .
Paints
fail West .BERNARD
to improve the citizen Palm Beach. . ABEL & CO. .

all who study its pages. Old 'Phone 8, ) ( 13 Hogan Stn|

The Advocatk Is now on salo at the
FLORIDA.
JACKSONVILLE
bitterness that is felt in news stand in the Palm Beach Inn.- Commission Merchants ,

against the United States is J. II. Livingston, tho Justice'of peace
gaining more general ex- at this place, died very suddenly of pa ,
'* The haughty Don, who ing.ralysis of the heart, early Sunday morn Corner Washington and Jay Streets, - NEW VOKK. BABEL IBZEeoariHIIEIEeS,

left him but his arro FLORIDA lRODUCTS A SPECIALTY.
does not approve of having Paul C. Jones Is now our marshal, LARGEST DEALERS IN
of his country criticized vice Edward Graham, resigned. Mr. Refer to Irving National Bank, New York; to all Commercial Agencies to
Graham now has charge of J. E. Florida Growers whose ; ,
Vehicles
Ingrakam's shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt reply Harness,
by a nation which he
naphtha launch
Alice. as to roark'et prices, or any information in our line. '
is busying itself with af Our town lias been struck with electrio i Wagons, Bicycles,

that in no way concerns it. lights. Mr. Leo Russell is running a In the South.
altogether unnatural that line in front of all the principal business
houses FEE & STEWART. Headquarters 53 Correspondence Solicited. SABEL BROS.,
i< I should exist. Were electrio, which will bo furnished with . for
lights in a fow davs. This is '
put ourselves in tbe place of move in the right direction, and will be a Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVtt1-
we should most likely be a much-needed improvement, which may
with tho same sentiments ; lead to further developments in this line.

we like not the Spaniard Frank T. Budge, wife and three chil The most complete stock of General Hardware, Stoves, Furniture, Crockery
,
methods of carrying on dren, accompanied by Miss Kato Prltchard - Fine Rugs line, Mattings of Enameled, etc., to and bo found South of Jacksonville, and at Popular Prices. Copleston's Dye Works. cents' ciotung
J 4 is perhaps wrong to blame passed througU this place last week, Agents for Aerraoter windmills Nickeled' Copperware. Full line of Coffins and Caskets.
stopping here Planet Jr's., Angle
what Friday night, en route Paints. lamps, Harrison's and Elko
resenting appears to from Titusvillo to Miami, In Mr. Budge's K5T Kemlt cash with order and save the discounts. S SWe
((3 unnecessary interference naphtha launch. Mr. B's. family is a MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.r Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired, aiso ladiesdm
outsider. very charming one. They took tea with
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gruber
Friday even guarantee our dye not to rub off or fade. Prices moderate. Return j

calling for the rec ing.R.
of Cuban belligerency was B. Ratcliffo and wife left last JiRTILIZERS.e. press paid on all work received by the Southern Express Co.
Wednesday, for Cedar Keys, Mrs. Ratclillo's -
of '
much excitement in home. Mrs. It. will remain there '
of Representatives re while Mr, R. will proceed E. J. COPLESTON, Prop.,
It was brought up by Mr. n a fow days to Seattle, from whence he 27 Newnan FU|
of Missouri goes to tho Klondike. Mr. R. has made ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S St., West Side, JACKSONVILLE,
as
an his home here for about four years, dar
to the Diplomatic and ing which time ho has acted at manager VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

appropriation bill. The of tho West Palm Beach ice works. IVe Specially prepmed out of the *
of the chair are sorry to f/art with these estimable purest materials and recommended to growers,
of order, was tbe sustaining signal people. because they are the very highest standard of excellence. The Premier Flour of America]

The
11 appeal against such decision for the steamer occasion Eclipse, being chartered For other crops we have
on thegrounds that it was the wish took a pleasant party *
of tbe people that this question old-fashion on Saturday picnic, to Pitts'dinner Island was; where indulged an ARMOUR'S ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER. Unexcelled Biscuit

should be settled and that in under the
it was wide-spreading boughs of ARMOUR'S FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
the duty of members to over-ride a Urge rubber tree. A tour of tbe island
the petty rules of the house incases being made and a pleasant visit with BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
where the Mr. and Mrs. Pitts (who, by the* way, !
of For
duty represen are ever ready and on the alert to wel Compare our analyses with those of other and
tatives to their constituents called come visitors and to make it as pleasant any manufactures We can giveAnalyses .
other
for such for them as possible you Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials. i
over-riding. Upon the ), having come to
aatter only too short an end. A trip to the Use our Complete Brands
being to the in and
put vote the let you will get the best
and a sail down very results,
the
hair was sustained by a vote of Sanihardt's beautiful place lake to Wm. prices, etc, furnished on'application. We shall Bread Pasty.HCKS0H7ILLE .
152 to 114 with a walk appreciate a trial order,
and another chance toaecqgnlze over to the beach, and the homeward ,

tbe belligerency of tbe 5 trip was commenced, landing home St ARMOUR &
p. m. COMPANY.
Cuban Everyone voted
a
patriot* wffs lost. and good time
their willingness to go again. Tbe''

Jacksonville, Fla. Represented by F. BURST, M



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INDIAN RIVKR ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21, 1898.MS .




|gal *the food para, Melbourne.Efi .
whaUsoma mat d.llclou*.
.FERT LIZERS.

J? * > Ifndon and Liverpm.1 n.l
,and liuivrlal Firo Inmiraiice. Special .
attention paid to tha Interests o( nou real.H >T



? CAIU"TO\: :' MELBOURNK, FLAlookiiic

tlie In.llan River. Kirst-cla s accommodutiuna -
,aud raw*n-m.onal.le.
K. ROBERTSON. Proprietor.'W.l .
TO

'S17 TO MFXUOVRNK fall at tho
.Chan J, K. Campbell jfe Co., .Mil

liner nindB},and Notion-woven, l'n Dry
etc. embroidery and colored sllka.
AkiH souvenir npoons,Stationery,etc.HOTFL .
J\.l. Around HT'ortll.lHSor.

RELLKATE, MKLBOCRNE. KI.A. hiL4 Price $25.00.GUARANTEED 5JF Befoio buying tho following Mateilals bo suro ami apply tous
Lovely view of Indian UUer. In a sheltered
Mtuatlon Superior accommodations. Mod for prices nud v.o will to save
Absolutely Pure erate rates. ANALYSIS: provo you wo can you money.

W. R. CAMrriEIX,Proprietor.Mi ... . .1.* ... ....... .. 8 to 10II STEAMED BONK, RAW BONK,
Auimonla. to flM
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MEUIOfRNK, FLA., Kipial to Sulphate of Ammonia... to 2ft BLOOD AND BONE, ACID niOSPIIATK,
overlooking Imlnui River homelike accommodation Available l'honithoiio Acid ..'. Slo ll
ROVM.BAKIhO POWDIK 00., N1W YORK, and good hoard. Raton Jl.no perihivi.r Kqual to Bona I'boHphate of Lime.I'otanh 11 to 1J DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA,
J5IH1 to Sil.OU per week, accordinir to KJ l ... ,. S to IIA.
location of room. Special rate* to River Kipial t Sulphate of Potash to 10v SUI.niATE OK AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
people. CHAS.T. McHRIltE, Magnesia, Lime,Soda, etcEST" M to Bit

I'roprleti Write for Special Pamphlet.fcff TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, -1

Rockledge.are Will Parsons of Jacksonville COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIMT AND TOTASHES. -
in
was
town on business Tuesday. Special Mixtures compounded with mavhinery at very lowprices. 0in

glad to note that IT. P. Shares H .
n rapidly recoveilng from the atof Miss Ethel Topping, of Canada, arrived

grip he caught in New Haven, Hotel here Caileton.last week, and is a guest of Pleaso Correspond -with iih boforo .boinj? induced to buy 'from Dealer*. Send for


rangeraents are being made for a The scliooner Queen, Capt. McFadden, hi Pamphlet.

". plc-nlo on Saturday, at the pavil- arrived heie from the Bahamas, last
Fiidayj all board well. LITTLE
on BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
)u the river. It promises to bo a

; affair.e Sam T. Sanders, of Indianola, spent a ,
few days of the past week here the
Misses Fain of ,
Minneapolis, now '
eir beautiful home at Rockledge, guest of his friend, Alox. J. Goode.Mrs. Tciclzsorwill, DF'lorica-a,.

issued invitations for a reception Geo. W. Holmes and daughter,

'ednesday evening. Miss Mary Holmes, of City Point, passed

'. and Mrs. II. T. Winter and Mr.Mrs. through heie last Tuesday, on their way part of town for seven years, and were dee for n homo place. Bro. Louder hSs

C. A. Winter, of New Yoik, to Miami. surprised at the changes ruado for the the lumber. on the site for his now residence. G. G. SPRINGER

iow snugly ensconced at the New The Ladies' Guild, of the Episcopal better.

ledge hotel, Rockledge. church, met at tho residence of Mrs.W. The three McManara children, Roy Our orange, lemon nnd guava trees

r people have had several T. Wells, last Friday. They are preparing nnd Lucille Wethey, and Mabel Allen, were positively not hurt by tho recent Manufacturer Retailer and Of
young Shipper
to give another entertainment spent a very pleasant afternoon with cold spell. ,
t parties and danceB, which have
well attended much Eva and Nellie Owen, Monday, playing Paul and
aqd enjoyed soon.Mr. Kroegel Ivey Lawson aro
whist party given by Mrs. R. B.nes and Mrs. W. T. Wells, Mrs. Verginia croquet, parcheohl, "dollies, nnd other spending tho week at Paul's place, a few I

on Thursday evening, was voted Richmond and her mother, Mrs. games. miles below here.W. ICE ani

II to have been a great success. Sprague, left hero last Tuesday, for ntiip Things are coming out wonderfully A. Louder bushels > -
to Key West and points along the stnee tho cold weather. Beans planted grow forty-flvo
C, 4s in his of sweot
now new of
Eyer curiosity potatoes on n quarter an acre
Gulf Coast. They to be before Everything
expect goue just are coming up nicely.
i, where he Is doing quite a niceness of land here this season.
about two weeks.A is growing rapidly these bright,
already. Mr. Eyer will soon
days. "Uncle' Uughle" Our fishermen of tho
i the finest store of its kind in FlorIle stranger, spending a few-days here, warm sunshiny aro complaining Distilled Walter.
has tree in bloom. crabs, which In tho
one orange are vory plentiful
sells all kinds of sporting goods.Eyer soon joins tho merry throng of picnickers river and destroy their
nets.
is assisted by Miss Kate Eyer.te who go almost daily to Melbourne
New hotel Beach, to enjoy the Surf bathing. EST** Subscriber, your ttentlon is drawn Work Is being pushed on tho shell Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers;
Rockledge promises Last Saturday morning Capt. Frank to the namo-and-dato slip pasted upon road between Hardee's street, S. Ki tell ,
season to be as popular as of yore, Powell took a party of thiity over in the your paper or wrapper. If you are in ing's stole and the Palm Houso.Rev. FACTORIES
re have been large accessions during schooner J. F. T and when arrears, please remit.
past week, so that the hotel and all reported, a grand time they, returned asusual. .'M. II. Outland, our now minister, Cocoa and West Palm Beach.SEEDSField ;
inds held services and last
presents a very lively appear* morning evening
Among the number are Capt. and Miami. Sunday, to fair-sized congregations.

C. (J. liongueuil, formerly of Lon- Tuesday evening the sad news reached
Henry Copperthite nnd .and Wm.
England, but now of liirchwoouocbry here that E. F. Adams, who left this J. P. Lovett Sunday with McCoy boarded son tiala
Major spent Sunday morning's
Scotland who their place on Wednesday for Roseland had and Garden SEEDS.
by ,
unrig
his family in Miami.E. for their home In Washington, D. tIf \ i iit
kindness and.courtesy, add much been killed on the railroad track, by the

>e pleasure of the guesjts. Captain Nassau and Key West limited train, at L. Brady, one of Tlt'usvillo's popular you have not yet vlsitod Pelican
jueuil, who is too modest to claim 2:15: p. m., south of Roseland. His remains merchants, is In the city on a short Island this season, come to Sebastian

Snglish title of Baron, has a splendid were brought to Melbourne on visit.Mr.. and tak a trip over thoro. You will be Largest Seed House in the State.

te among the grand old hills of ScotIlis Wednesday afternoon, and kind frlonds Jacobs traveling for Messrs. Chas. well repaid for your tioublo. *
wife who been here took charge of the funoial he has ,
has only ,, as no
Blum & Co., of Jacksonville, was in the Miss Laura Durst, who has boon visiting
weeks, Is much pleased with In- family or relatives here. Special Vai lottos of Corn for Klor.UU Soods for Koddor crops.
city on business last week.Col. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitchlng, at
i River. She expects to visit Palm Melbourne people are preparing for Stuart, was here Saturday, on lipi way Send for Trice List
ch Miami West andes Wm Scott of the law firm of *
Key Tampa ,
the Chautauqua, and a larger crowd of to visit relatives at Orchid. Miss Durst
in Canada Scott & Broome of this city, paid a visit
ere returning to Eng- ,
people are expected than we had last wont down to Orchid, Sunday morning,
L. CAMERON Seedsman
,
She Is a charming lady.3ckledge to the Keys on legal business the first of
year. Friends from all along our coast with Capt. Stanley, In tho Widow.At .
the week.J. .
has assumed quite a gay should visit Melbourne during the Chautauqua business of 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.AlsoPaper
a meeting the. League
,
salesman for
LeFils traveling
will have In store feast ,
festive appearance, with its large as we a
ny of young people. On any fair afoon for all who can come. There are good Messrs. Benedict, Polfak Co., of last Thursday night, the following otllcers | Slioll Toucan Tioes, 1 to 2 years, ()htco stock, $12'per.l00.
Jacksonville was in the city last week, were 'elected : Abraham Foster,
,
and
the diives, bicycle paths and hotel boarding house accommoditions -
president; Miss G, M. Hardesty, vice-
in the Intcrests'of his firm.
Ion are crowded with them, the and special rates will bo given during president of deb. com.; Miss E. A.Kitrhlng .
lit garments of the young misses afing those ten days. See advts. in the Nicholas Schwab, of New Orleans, and vice-president literary and

a very picturesque spectacle. Soih Advocate, and wjite for rates to any traveling in the interest of Messrs. Chas.Bakron social com.; Stanley Kitchlngsecretary The
; Jacksonville. Fertilizer Co.
young life at Rockledge promises of the propiietois of tho hotels or to the A Co.. of Louisville, Ky., paid Arthur Kroegel, treasurer.
for the pleasure and gayety of the postmaster for information. Miami a visit last Saturday. ,

an. Among the number who have One of the most enjoyable affairs of Henry M. Flaglor arrived in Miami When In want of any kind of building 3E3. STT3DXOW
ad much to the life of the place, are Oon'l Managor.
the season was the card party given byMrs. last Sunday, and will remain a short material, in car loads or otherwiso, the ,
Shares and ,
Mark Allen
nee jr.
,
Chas. Gillman, on Thursday evening time. He visited Nassau on tho initial Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine,
se are Yale men, ana South Jacksonville
young people Jan. 13th, at Hotel Carleton. The trip of the new steamer Miami. will bo ploasod to make you a delivered Florida.
saturated with the Yale
rtily '
spirit, decorations in the parlors were beautiful prico at your station. You liavo noagent's
woe to the unfortunate man who In and The new steamer Miami ariived off
and the prizes were expensive or middleman's commission topay. MANUFACTURER OF
way reflects on the exploits of old dainty. After 10 o'clock delicious Ices, Cape Florida on last Sunday evening, '
i or her various fields of conflict, oripions bon-bons and cakes were served on from Jacksonville, and quite a number
the interests of fair Harvard. little tables covered with hand- of our citizens went out to meet her. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges .and
pretty ,
rash fellow J. I) CKA11II koepa a flrnt luHS Halnon. Wine*
day a young waved avard embroidered linen; violets being the favorite Quite a number of our people had the beers, whixkloa, brandy anil rum, Imported 0lA
flag at the station, and "thereiwed flower Were in the centre of each and domnntla rigam, toliarno and olKarnttoa.1'rlco .
pleasure of'vislttng the new steamship of liitiora from Vegetables and dealers In all kim of Raw Matoilal Cotton Seed Meal
S2.no
a mist and a weeping rain, and | to SS 00 per gallon. | ,
those Mr.
table. Among present were M lami on Monday last. She Is certainly Prompt aiutntlon to teluitraph and mail 5.1jk
was never the same again. and Mrs. W.V.. Barden, Mr. aud Mrs.W. a beauty and is perfect in every respect. orders, lerm* Cash. Coooa, Kin.J. Tobacco Dust, Kalnlt, etc. Also
T. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Powell, II. L'KAtlll, At.Krtorat | .
Courtenay.aj. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robortson, Mr. and Perez F. Huff, of Jacksonville, state
Mrs. Fred Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. agent for the Equitable Life Insurance
Co., of New York city, is In the city ona Vonr llowcta With CuHfiarata. 4 to 5 per cent
II. J. Tiffin left for New Orleans, Bender, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. GoodeJ pleasuro trip, and Is stopping at the Candy mtlmrttr, euro eonmlpntlon foraver. Available Pirns, Acid. . , Miss Lillian Robertson; Mesdames Elizabeth loo,SDo. If C.U C.full,druiiKlat*refund inonoy.
last
I I'utash
Saturday. K
Biscayne hotel. O, ,0 te 7 per cent
Campbell and Spragne; Messrs.F.
P. Allen has.pnrchased a new bl- C. Hewitt,'T. P. Bond, Thomas Durs- James Crenshaw, a popular knight of IilghoHt Commercial Valuo>Klven nur brands In the last Bulletin. Write for

e, in readiness for the new bicycle ton, Jas. T. Hogg, Robert Brush, Chas.II. the grip, who represents-W. P. Summer, ...w. a. I'owjll... Trices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will bo delivered frto if all

k.uite Stewart. wholesale butter and cheese houso of LAND ATTORNEY freight charges to any railroad depot on tho Kast Coast at catalogue prices, until
a party of our young people i Jacksonville, arrived in the city last further notice. *

e out horseback riding last Sunday Georgiana.Mr. Saturday, and was soliciting business Tallahassee, Florida. tIN

ling.Iss among our merchants.Tb'e In
Formerly Corresponding Secretary
Frances Sinclair, our charming McManara is much better.Dr dry-goods firm of Goodrich & the State Land Office and Bureau of Immigration.

jol irday.C.teacher. paid CoCoa a visit last Capron came up from Lotus Mon Bryan, of this city, sold out their Inter, Status of lands in any section FrecFk. S. Morse
ests last week to W. Moran. Mr. Goodlicli of the state given as far as shown XX-
Creech and B. D. Jernegan, ofyan day.Mrs. will continue In the employ of Mr. by the records of the State Land Office. ,
are doing carpenter woi k here Dell Munson returned homo from Moran and Mr. Bryan will cngagejn Abstracts, maps, plats and Held notes

"lajor Tiffin.be Daytona, last Friday. some new line of business In Miami.Messrs. procured and furnished upon application.
schooner Veteran sailed up tolsyille Miss Etta Mapes returned home from Interests of non-resident property 3;
last 'Sunday for a cargo ofk her visit to Melbourne, Wednesday.W. Chase & Harney are having house a holders a specialty. Taxes paid and redemptions
large and commodious packing
for the Hunt Club Inn.P. B. nainlln came up from Melbourne erected near the depot of the b. E. C.R'y. made. 3VTT-/\.3VgX; :Dci<3Lo Oo. -

Allen, E. W. LaRoche, Mrs. II. Monday, to see his fine orange ., and will soen be ready to pack all

Jenkins and Miss Kate LaRoche all grove.P. kinds of vegetables for the northern AGENT FOR LANDS OF -

iaactedbuslness in Cocoa last Friday.r. . C. Halnlln went to Miami on business markets. These gentlemen are workers, THE JOHNSON LAW CO., rFloilda

[ and Mrs. John McDonald, accomicd Thursday, expecting to be gone for and contemplate handling most of the Kast Coast Railway Comjony,
by their niece and nephew, all oflanola vegetables for shipment the coming sea
were viewing the ostriches some time. son. We wish them success In their Electrical & Mechanical Florida Coast Lino Canal & Transportation Company,

[ostriches here last Tuesday. Mrs. Merri wether left on Tuesday, for new venture. Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.
her home in4 Augusta, Ga., where she

will join her husband.Mr. Buy lumber and other building material 'ENGINEERS.

CCO. putting. We up they the and shed Archie or covering Chambers over'are theDoctor's Co., St.direct Augustine from ,the and Builders'save the lumberyard Supply The Host Complete Electrical Supply A Morsel fit for the gods "

Grant was in our town a few days man's commission. -* ,
ently.7e pineapple field. House 'in the State

noticed Charles Smith, of Grant, Sherman Singleton was over from Sebastian. "and prices to suit the man!" S"Coln
kittens he
iwn a few days ago. Horti, Saturday, bunting ;
Rats look out.Rev. .
found four. ,
Suite a of Brooklyntea! are ex-
party
Our beans are looking grand.
ted In our burg next week, I. B. Hawk left here Monday, on Fritz Light has been on the sick list 'SpecIal" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon
amuel Green received his new catit his way to attend the annual Conference, for the few days. /
be held at DeLand the latter part of past
last week, built by Paul KrcegeL atlastian. to
Miss Bessie Scum of Crescent City is
this week.A. Manufactured by.
visiting her sister at this place.Rev. .
J. K. Powell member of the L. Bruner brought Miss Nettie
r. a .
ird of Education of Greater New Sherlock over on Tuesday of last week, W. A. Louder Is preparing to I1?
build in the north end of town.
rk, was a visitor at our school one to have that bad finger lanced again, byDr. THEG.H. HAMMOND COMPANY
this week.lessrs. Chambers.ProfessorThessen. Stanley Kitchlng made a trip to Orchid ,
the Widow last.J. .
In patboat Sunday
S. Green and M. Delaney in1 a flint-class opticIan *
to start on a ornise, Thursday, go- has been here several days, and O. Fries, county surveyor, Is here, Chicago and So. Omaha. Florida branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

south, where they will visit all the fitted nearly every person that needed doing considerable work in his line.Mr. Trices on Lard, Canned Meats, Bacon, etc., furnished on application.

ncipal towns on the river.r. them with one or two pairs of good and Mrs. Wm. Braddock, from

> and Mrs. Powell, winter residents spectacles. the East side, were in town this week.MrLattlmer .

'licco, from Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived Is giving his fine a wealthy land buyer, Isin >

> last weejc, and will spend the winin steam Frank launch Kingman a thorough cleaning, and town, looking over orange groves, etc.S. JOB FRXXTTX1TGOF

their new cottage, will soon have her ready for the water. W. Green, of Micco, was In town
here will be a meeting held at John Then everybody wlU be Invited to Ukea Monday. He came down in his catboat.

)e1aney's house on Tuesday evening, ride, aa usual, we suppose.Dr. Will McCoy says the bass fishing is the ALL KINDS
r 1st., at 7 o'clock, to advance the wife finest he ever saw In the S batlan river.Capt. ZxeeuUd at theADVOCATE
k of opening ap the inlet at Gilbert's Wlttfeld and his good were TOE JOHNSOX LAW CO.,
Hardee baa donated
"Uncle and Auntie Hughee" R. A. a
. Every Inrlted.one Interested ia any way lallally last visiting Friday. They had not visited that large plot of ground to Rev. W. A. Lou- Jacksonville. 71a. PRINTING OFFJCE.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21. 1898.H .




A FAMOUS OLD MINER. Strawberries THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.




EDWARD 8CHIEFFELIN,,9 DISCOVERERS.Tt ONE OP.TOM38TONE carry better, and larger ber.ries Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, t


and larger crops are raised Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
Btvrlas or a Moat Typical WHtonPrepc Paying

or How *h* chJ.flr.lln Hr.tb. when liberally treated with

202.J. .
and Dlek aird Israeli It Bloh In Telephone
en 408 Weat Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

) TontMtvn* Onlek. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.TctlsLO .

The Paoiflo coast newspapers have Potash.

tgeen fall of stories, about Edward

Schleffelin, one 'of the discoverers of o. Tx-l3P or*. Ixxca.i 3a. ZEULvoxFarciot -.

the Tombstone minei, who was found
Heavy applications of the
tead in oabin in eastern Oregon. Ilia

*MnaiD' according to bia wish, now complete fertilizers, containing
Mat npou the top of a granite peak two

miles west of Tombitone, A. T. lie de- not less than io% actual Potash
aired, he aaid, "to bebnrled in the garb This space is Reserved

of a prospector, rny old pick and canoen should be used.
,
with me, and a monument anoh aa.prospectors

build when locating a mining Our books tell all about the subject. They INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY. for the new Time Table
BAY BISCAYNE
RIYER &
claim bnilt over niy grave and no are free to any farmer. INDIAN

ether monument or slab erected. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Commencing January 17th, 189H, the Steamers "St. Augustine" and "St.
of the F. E. C. Ry.
It seems to be generally felt throughout gj Numu St., New York. Sebnstian" will sail as follows:
the Pacifio coaat that thia plain, SOUTHBOUND "St. Augustine."

ignorant, kind hearted old pioneer and
between Tltusville
Leave Titusville, Mondays and Thursdays for all points
prospector, who had traveled many 3:30: p. m.
and SewalPs Point.
thousands of miles in search of new and Fridays .11:00: a. m.
a remained behind when the Arrive Sewall'a Point, Tuesdays
mines, has thus,unconsciously made his steamer returned to prospec> further. 'St. Sebastian" Leave Tltusville, Tuesdays and Fridays. . . 3:30: p. m.

Xiark upon.oar roaaanoe and hiatory. When he desired to return, be built one Arrive Palm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays 5:30: p. m.

That lonely granite cairn in the deaert, of the most remarkable little steam engines 'St. Auocstink" Leave Tltusville, Wednesdays and Saturdays 3:30: p. m.
lining npon the extreme point of a treeless ever seen on the coast. It was ' Cocoa, 0:13: p. m.

promontory, will long be pointed made from a few'pieces of pipe and Rocldedge, 0:30: p. m.

Out as the grave of one of the moat famous some old cans picked np about the deserted Arrive Eau Gallie, .10:30: p. m.Gko. .

of American prospectors.Ed Schieffelin camp, and his only NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian."

Schieffelln'a one great strike tools were a file and a pocket knife, Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays ; > ">
yiolded him fully a third of $1,000,000.At with for L4.JU p. ru."St. .
a stone a hammer. He put this Arrive Tltusville, Tuesdays and Fridays
various times in his adventurous rode little engine in the stern of a small Augustinb" Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays... .11 :J> m-
t i iJlIS career he plodded painstakingly, over rowboat left behind for bis use and Arrive Titusville, Wednesdays and Saturdays 12:30: p. m."ST. .

flie wildest portions of the Rooky mountains steamed 2,000 miles without an accident. Augustine" Leave Eau Gallic, Thursdays and Mondays 0:30 a. m.Rocklodge .

and Sierras, he visited Alaska, The outfit was afterward on exhibition 8:30: a.m.

Mexico, South America and South in San Francisco and excited the < Cocoa, 8:4,> aro-

Africa, but never again found such aaine. astonishment and indeed the profound Arrive Titusville, . . .12:30 p. m.A. .
When he died bia fortune
at4ne admiration of the best maohinista, who F. Miles W. Bdie,
time aaid to be over $500,000, had ,
in Sup't.
agreed aaying that Farciot's mechanical Gen'l Manager.
greatly decreased by reaaon of bad Investments
genius was of a very high order.
and costly expeditions. New Vork Poat.
The story of the finding of Tomb'tftone -

thut briefly famous Ariaonian'mining Old Roman Swords. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.HOW'S The Trunk Line

oity, has boon told in many Tropical
The Roman swords, before Cannes, ,
different ways, until it is fast becoming B. G. 336, were pointless and sharp on Florida, New York,

one of the most attractive of Pacific only one side. After Cnimto the short Philadelphia and Boston. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa

Coast myths. The limplo fucta are that Spanish sword, for cutting and thrusting From Brunswick, (via 1'ort Royal, 8. CI.,)to Xew York.PASSENOKH '
late in the seventies tho two SchiefTelin JOSEPH H. DURKE E, Receiver.
8KRVICK.
was adopted.
brothers and Dick Gird were prospecting Via Fornandlna, F. C. & P. Ry, and Cumberland Route: SOUTH NORTH-
sometimes together," sometimes Jacksonville ".10 am: Lv. Feruandina KM pa; AiLv No. No.201) No. 21. No.23I Time Table In Effect Nov.ST, 97.Lv NO.32. No. 78. No.a
.
lirumtwicK 1.30 p m. Daily exropt Sunday.t
separately, in various districts of Arizona THIS Via ,, all rail. F. C.& 1". Ry, and So. Ky.nvllle JacksonI'assengers- LocalMixed 1045 p ) 12a JACKSONVILLE ArArl 7 30 am 7 40 p m l i
and New Mexico. It. was a time 4.00 p m; Ar liruntwtrk 7.30 p m. Haily. It 20 p1130p 9 3 a Orange Park 6 52am 7 16 p ml Ulu
cf terrible Indian outbreaks, and the allowed on board forBupper Thursdays.Lv Mo W'y 944a10,00a PeoriaMagnolia 640am609am 7 00 ji ni TnenTaui
>
We offer one hundred dollars reward and Fri
Apaches were on the .warpath, killing for any cane of Catarrh thut cannot be 12 01 p . ...'.Green Cove Springs 6 48 p mi 4eoopmi
. .. BostwickPalatka
PROPOSED SAILINGS
lonely miners and prospectors, attacking cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. ' 5 00 a in 13!
11 5l> li 15 i o wr
Lv.Now York, Pier 21 E.R.,8:30p, m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick. a a '
the stage coaches and running off BatBuma 4 28am 634pm I*
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., 12 43p 14!) a204a 11 Ida
Oct. 15 RIO GRANDK ...Friday, Oct. 22 4 14 6 \
Friday, 11 2la Pomona t am 24pma
cattle. Ed Hchieflfelia finally wandered We the undersigned, have known F.J. Friday, Out.23 COLORADO ....Friday, Oct 20 1 1 4T 14p 11 3 a Crescept City Junction. ... 8 68am 5 10pm lllf
>
Into the neighborhood of a disputed Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe Friday, Oct. 2tt ..'. RIO GRANDE ...Friday, Nov. 5 2 3p p "2 40 a 11 Via Seville 3 40am302am 4 Btl p m1 HlIiBj
Claim, the Bronco where eight men him perfectly honorable in all Friday, Muv. 5 COLORADO . ..Friday, Nov. 13 400 p 3 22 a328a 12 22a DeLeon Springs 4 2n p mjiori
RIO GRANDE .. Nov. 19 IOOTil
Friday, Nov. 12 Friday 430 12 27p ... .Glenwoodlloreaf 2 Mam 4 1Spm
business pB10
bad been shot in various attempts to decide transactions and financially ord 2 35am 4 03 m t3!>S
3 SI 12 4(1( p
able to out made For general Information,steamers, trains, rates etc, apply to any railroad agent or toCHAS. p a300a ] '
its ownership, and was hired at $3a carry any obligations DAVLKS, Agent,220 W. Kay St.Jacksonville.II. 5 3.1 p 12 Bp() ,DeLand | 3 4 26pm 46pm
day to ait on a hilltop and look out by this firm. II. RAYMOND, General Southern Aeent, Hrunswlck, Ga.C. 4 80 p 12 20a F.nterprlseTITITSVILLE 12 a ml
''for Indians. One day, while hunting Toledo West, (fc. Truax, wholesale druggists, II. MALLOlt Y,General Agent, l'ler 20, River,and 3(12 llroadway,N. Y, fl25p61fip 14 5 53 0Hp]) Ar'.'.' FaolaSorrento. LvXv ((10 35 a 111'

up a atray horse, the hitherto unsuccessful W aiding, Kinnun A Marvin, wholesale ..
prospector stumbled into what was druggists, Toledo, O, 4 20p Mt. Dora 11 ISamlJinoain

'afterward called Tombstone Guloh and Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally 445a605a 4 1 35p 20p Ar.Ar... TavaresSanford 1 35am 2 37pm t >\
jfoaud some copper stained rock on what acting directly upon the blood and ..Altamonte Springs
became the Tough Nut mine/ This he'sent mucous surfaces of the system. Price, Winter Park
2 30p OrlandoKlsnlmmee 11 57 p m 219 pm
75o per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
to Gird for auassuy, and soon after
''sent ore from thu Lucky Cuss. When Testimonials froe. Ar.Ar.. Bartow Jo
8 30 a] 4 20p Lakeland 915pm 12 22 am745am
was begun, a thin vein inrunite 10 25 a 4 5lp Bartow 16 50 p mt |
widened, and promised immense Cultivating good land only, throwing 2 0ip ......Pun ta Oorda..i ... LvLv 225 p m740pm
'liohes. The claims were sold for very out all poor land, is n most effective 055 a 5 25p Ar.Ar..' Tampa Tampa Bay Hotel 1115 am;

large sums, and when the Apaohes were method of reducing the cost of production. 10 35 a 8 f>0p Port Tampa LvAr7 00 p m I035amlTbnrs.aail4ii
Mon and at. 10 0Oj) Lv. Port Tampa 330 pm |
tjriven out capitalists pouTod money inio iJimryUody Tues & Friday. 8 OCp Ar.Ar. Key West LvLv 930 pm Wed.and Sit.
: tha district. But the mines did not Wed and Sat. 8 00a Havana 12 30 p 111 Wed,anil Bit.
Say* 80.CascaretsCamlv .
Justify expeotntions. Tombstone was
Dally, t Daily except Sunday.
Cathartic, tho most wonderful
very far from being a second Gomstock. medical Harm Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
*rv of the
( ace
The unlucky Broncho never paid a dollar. peasant Indian River steamers (new line) leavs Titusville Mondays and Thursdays at 8 00 p 1
and rerresliuiK to the t.anle, art frentlyanil Lucie River) and intermediate J
Cocoa, Rookledce, Eau Oallie, Melbourne, Stuart, (St. poip
The BchieuTellu and Gird claims positively on kidneys, liver und bowels, Indian River. Returning, arrive at Tltusville Thursday and Saturday, connects with 1,i.W. .
yielded for a time but soon rim out, cleansing' the. entire evsti-m. dispel colds, train for Jacksonville and Tampa. /.had
cure lieadauiie, lever, lialdluttl constipation Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 9:12: a m.,arrives at Hawthorne at 12:19: "J1";'
and the oamp sunk into decay. and biiloimtioxs. Please buy and try u box 1:20, Ocala 2:10 r, Leesburg 3:65: Brooksvllle B:45 p. m. Train leaving Jackaonville at 1..
The first time I met SchiefTelin, that of (J. U. (J trwliiv; 10, sil. W) rents, riold and arrives at Oakland 2:43: a. m.,Ijironrbee e:40 p. m., Tarpon Springs 8:65: p. m., Clearwater -

most typioal of western prospectors, guaranteed to cure by all druggists.Do m St. Petersburg. B. COFFIN 10-30, a. m.'daily except Sunday.W. D. ACKERLY,

was about six years ago. After hearing General Superintendent. General Passenger!
spine of bis ploturesque prospector not live in a damp locality, In a
damp house or hi a house with damp or
yarns I told him about the various
foul collar or surroundings.NoTollao .
toeasnro expeditions to Coos island and

Die legends which bad oaused these exaStements. for fifty Cents. Jfh Southern

Ho'seized,npon the glitter-" Guaranteed tobaoco habit cure, malted weak +.
big tale of diamond nil ted swords, bags men strong, blood pure. BOo,II. All druggists.

Cf doubloons and bars of gold with the Railway

of a child and at onoe offered to
Advertise in and
lt out a schooner for the islands and toay

my expenses as well as give me a SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I
third of the treasure if I would go along Subscribe for #*#

to repeat the legend as often as desired.He Finest Cuisine and Service, Mo Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.Tbe M03T IIOELLENT SEaYIOE EVER OFFERED OUT 07 rLOSItl.NC .
had prospected for almost everything Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers : *

he aaid, except pirate treasures, m DAILY DAYTONIANOf "Comanche" and he wanted those diamond hilted ,

swords to "put in his parlor." Daytona, Fla.Tho North-Bound. *

I did not know at that time the story only Dally Taper between Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. PTJLLMAN. DBAWINO ROOM OARS, DINXNa CAB*
about his From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calliug at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. THOKOTJOHB-AKB COACHES VEBTIBULED TRAINS.
parlor. 'Having bought a St, Augustine and Key West. From CHARLESTON. 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
$7,000 house in the town of Alameda, Daily news despatches.Tho For hour of aailiiuc e "Clydo Llue" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.

he kept sovoral tons of quarts in one largest local circulation in Day South-Bound. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIHITED."

comer, on top of which his old prospecting tona, and is read in every town between Steamers are appointed to sail from Fler29, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows 1 golld train of V.stltral.d Pullmaa Drawls( Room .Compartment, Observstloa ,
tools, burro's saddle and camp St. Augustine and Key West, on the For CHARLESTON', 8. C Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dining Cars betweea St. Anguatlae and Mew York without change.
outfit reposed when not iu use. I never East Coast, For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED." .

hourd what his wife thought of this Advertising rates Subscription: New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) Tbrouifh Yestlsulsd Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars netweea Tampa and Ne* To*
unique furniture, but there is no doubt on application. One year, $1; Six (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) via JauksoavUla, Savannah and Columbia, without change.
that the diamond hilted swords would t months, $2.00.WANTED STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. YV. CLYDE" UNITED STATES PAST MAIL." *

have rested peacefully on the are appointed to sail as follows 1 Pullman and New Tor k
quarts Address theDaytonian From font of Hoean Street, JacksonviTHURSDAYS. life From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, Drawing-Room Boffet Sleep g Oars betweea JacksonvlUe
pile and it with sincere
was
regrets .
FRIDAYS.Clyde's Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville
,
Puui.isimnq Co. (Inc.), ,
thfltl acknowledged to him my entire Phlladelpn
Washington and
Baltimore
lack of faith in the picturesque Spanish Daytona, Fla. ,
legend of Coos island. St. Johns Hiver Line. 'CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." w

SchieuVliu's Alaska experiences have Solid TeatlDaled ral of Fulloiaa Drawtarltoom Sleeplas; Cars wad WrstClssj
long deserved a chronioler. He fitted FAITriFUL MEN OR ((1>K BART LINE) oughfar* OoaobM ruaalnf tturougb without chaage between Jacksonville "
out to travel for responsible Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanfortf, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River, BAti.
an exptnlition and
years ago prospected
over vast areas of that region.Ilia established house in Florida. Salary The elegant Sldewheel Steamer Also Through Pullman Sleeping Car* ta
$780 and
expenses. Position '
little steamboat ascended the brond Reference. Enclose sell-addressed permanent. CITY OF JACKSONVILLE/ Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle, Tbrouihtl'Threofhale

Yukon, and the party wintered in the stamped envelope. The National Star CAIT. W. A. SHAW.Is .
interior. One iuuii. siaoo dead. CharlesWi Insurance Illdg., Chicago. appointed,to sail as follows: LAND OF THE SKY."

Leaves Jacksonville, Bund lys,Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 30 p.m. srs to *too AtrUaU. BlrmuaBham, M.rashls aad Ksaaas City.ttaaeegaTlxraUvaU .
Leaves San ford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at .00 a. m. Aad to Oka and SLo I*. . .

SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. .
.ppWl
Read down. Read up. Ter detailed Informstlom as * rates, aoaedalas. le.pUg car reservatleas. sts1 1

CANDY Leave S.30 p. .....Jacksonville.l'alatka. Arrive 200
a. m.
81 p.SIM .... Leave 8.00
a. ... .. Astor 3.30 p.p. m.m. L. A. 8HIPM1N riortd* Pass. Ajl 919 "West Bay Strwt. Jaok oavUl .rJ- 1
X W CATHARTIC .30 a. ....St. Francis... .1.90 ,
< ... Br*ford... 11 JO p.a. m.m. J. U. GULP. vT.A.TTJRr S.H.HAiDWI J
8.00 a. 1 ...Blue ,
Arrive 8.10 a. m.l Stanford Springs..... 11.00 9 00 a. m.. / **"***! Pass. A t. Asst. '"*5AV >1
a. m.9J0 'Waaalagtea. .
1 Q 6.
9 2 a. m. Enterprise.. a. m.Gen'l Washlagtoi, O.
January 17, 1898.

Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jso. .


CURE CONSTIPATION .L. Hovisi), Superintendent F.M. AGENTS $25 to $50 per week easy.
Foot Hogan St. laoxMOHOsa.M West Bay Jr.St., Fla.Pass. Art. You work right around home.* A brand WANTEDFAITHFULJMA

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.THto.O.EooiwT.M. new thing. Write to us quick I You *'lorld

ALLDRUGGISTS .,* W.H..WARDCaT0rG.T.P.A, W.H.Hmdcbso.x, O.E.P.A. done.will be Send surprised at how address easily It can, bo established780and expenses.house .in F 1Uon nSr-nij* as
your anyway
5 BOWLINO OREEN, NKW YORK.' it will be to your interest to investigate. Reference. Enclose w0011 e""f T
The
J-M. P. CLYDE CO., Gon.rml A Write to-day. Address, "People's," stamped envelope. >
8 Bowline
Green,New York. 19 8o. lSeUw.re Ave. Insurance Bldg.f Chicago.
Philadelphia. ZM Market St., Philadelphia, Fa.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21. 1898.


East Coast Hotels..HOTELS.
TITUSVILLH.X3srzDZAu3sr .
NOVELTIES. STAGE GLINTS.


Dainty furnishings for the writing Theodore Bnbcock baa signM with zeiTTEiis hotel,,
Ch-ulea Frohmaa for "The TniUAph of
desk come in burned and carved leather.
OF THE the Philiatinoa. *.* &
knives have t' titusvilLe
Some of the new paper ; .
tfctf ,
Charles B Corbrano'a plan Mi"independent
silver blades, with hundles of polished
theater" in N born. V. Indian Itivox*.
stag
city has luseu abandoned.A .
ida East
Coast New cases for small articles in silver '
System rumor that the Kelcoy-hW! > M> Fin.
are covered with moire bilk and lined .....
company was soon to close is dtHUvOl by v .li
with sutin.
the company's representative*. J. G. BAST,
'd via Little powder bo >s containing tiny Wax Hold has retired frottt the *
ie only uuuie in gold, silver David MA 3 AG Kit.
powder pulls are up >
cast of "The. Hello of New Yofkv *ad
lorlda East Coast Railway from Jacksonville and steeL
to Ml.iml. .
has gone to Sou Francisco for it Vwt.Odell
Miami A Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West. Then* are some exceedingly nttractivotete Williams. Sheridan Clock,
>r car bullet service now running. u-tete sets, bowls ami vtibcs, in Japanese Ernest Hastings, Lauru liuitund LiUuvn"Truesdcll ''W iTjrrffrjiHT( t wtT"'rnifftnif";!' Tfw Vi'TiirrTTfl' *liTinpjr ijft mnTpfl, ,

3ule"sce page 0. porcelains. have been engaged ft?* "Tho *
The American Beauty roso and its _. ,''nnniitin,..,... tes
the Klondike.
Heart of
j| walk from R.illwny btations -
turaihh charming design for
foliage a Josnf Hofiiianu, the pianist VfhO *ppoared > and Stoiuiiliinit land*
,WeSt- # HOTEL KEr WEST, 11 ami commercial upwanl: rtttvn i>ppal| weekhaud the decoration of bmu of the now flat bero some years ago as (UA infttnt
Circular.
Loon It. Cllley, Manager ware. Jewelers' prodigy, will"return to play tin* tkNAwm w| 7 *>n tho bunks of* thoV.
li ROYAL PALM, with Thoodoro Thomas' orchestra far-fumed Indian Uivor.I .
II. W. MERUILL,
manager. ITEMS OF INTEREST.
HOTEL BISCAYNE, 93 anil upward;s|>prlaL weekly Henry E. Dney signet! Inst ivwsfc to
and cuumerrtttl rate*. Recent surveys show that over one- tour as a prestidlgitateur, undvf Edward I>IiiltlTT (Alcrritt's IsIiiimI).
It. B. 11K.MI.H, .
illAMI CASINO. A. WATSON, Sujit.Fjiki Manager.E. sixth of the state of Oregon, something L. Bloom's managemejit, W lug
over 10,000",000 acres, is covered with the paraphernalia of tho lato Fr-rd clBancroft. <

Beachpalm beach inn, > Stkiikv, Manager. dense forests.In .
the tiling of the delivery room ofChicago's Joaquin Miller, "thepoot of tnft $ <*'
lUgustine- hotel alcazar, Joseph Manager.p. Greaves, splendid new publio library ras, who has been in Ahub t IM A MKRU1TT, FLORIDA. t ON INDIAN RIVER"

CASINO SWIMMING POOD, A.M.TAYLOR Manager the Shakespere great ,dramatist's while in the name referenoo is spelled bootlon -- debut newspaper as an correspondent actor In "The, will Heart titk9{JC the bis On high plno'land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No bettor Hunting and
"
OI 3Z3 TX2>5rC3-S. it is spelled Shakespeare. Klondike. Fishing in Florida.
Beginning Nov. 1, 1899, Vienna will Olga Nethersolo,. whoso London W-
KQYAL wilV begin next month, hua twU requested Open from December to May. M. B. MAHON.KOCKI.KIH31 .
franchise son
Beach POJNCIANA, Open January 15th.Ond make its own gas. The 60 years' "
of the gas company there will expire to appear in "Denis befora
.THE ORMOND, Open January 15th.kUgUStinerONCE then. The city recently proposed to the Prlnoe and' Princess of Wah* atBandriughani :.

buy the works, bnt the corporation asked palace.Mrs. .
De LEON, Open January llth.y too high a price. Vienna then arranged Leslie Carter will appw in
to build a municipal plant and the company new play in New York early net M>ason. Hotel Indian River
__Florida-Bahamas Steamship Line, beginning January 17th. promptly capitulated.JPretty The character which rtiv Will ,ituiiim" lU")! ,

MIAMI TO NASSAU New Steamship MIAMI.io dresses of gingham are made originate will bo entirely different! ffow *
that of Maryland Calvert. 1
the General Offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.C. with plain skirts trimmed with a flounce Manager M.V.. Hanloy'a ootfjpfttty, Rockledge Fla.
of the material and edged with some of ,
B. KNOTT, the neat ready made trimmings that headed by Walter E. Perkins MMl J5va

General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.JACKSONVILLE. are so much liked. A bolero to wear Vincent, presenting II. A. Du QerfVjbM's"

with a vest of pique or other material farce, "Aly Wife's Step-HusbftUd, H M
closed The pieoe will bt rewritten.
recently.
New York
makes a dainty .costume.

Ledger.Burns'. Tourist Season Jan'y 15th to April 1st. tI

tel Flacide "fiJtim poems have been translated An K* n Thin*. tI I

into French, German, Italian, Dutch. "Yes, said the minister, "Atomy Best Fishing and Duck Shooting In tho South. Tennis, Pool, Billiards, Rowling
Flemish, Bohemian, Danish, Hungarian
weather keeps almost as many pftyple and Boating.
i center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west '
jcfromBay Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Russian and Swedish. way from cburoh as fine weatbe*. Correspondence solicited. Address, "
*
TIMBKRLAKE A WYATT Rock Fla.
Jor Cuisipe and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and "What do you mean? ledge, ,
Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.yelers' The fear that our kind acts may be Why, in fine weather they goon
received with ingratitude should never their bioyclea Nnggota, ( I
from performing'such aots. TVT I |7I TJAfPfT THKMIKART OF THE FAMOUS
deter ns

[ Hotel. IliA/iA. IIII I Ti I i INDrAN 1MVKR OUAN*(lK "l

COUNTRY, ROCKLEDOE.
. "West Coitftt Hotels.FLORIDA .

out.1 hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Hotel located amidst beautiful orange beailng groves. Plenty of* Vi

meets all Trains, and Electrlo Cars pass door. Bath rooms and alences oranges free to guests. Fnst'tralns tun dhectlytohotel

on every floor. Do not miss tho
| grounds.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
--GULF COAST HOTELS-
: American Plan, $2 to $2.50; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week.MRS. beauty of tho Kast Coast. *

FINLEY, Proprictrcs.ST. .
Summer Resort, Ailington hotel, R

AUGUSTINE. ON PetOHkey, Mlth. A H. PECK, Manager.ROCKLEDGE rU


Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. PLANT SYSTEM.
BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like Gem of the Indian River.
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. ,

NOW. OPEN. O. HOWE, Fropiiotor. Tampa, Fla.- TAMPA HAY HOTEL, Now Opn New Rockledgo Hotel will open Satinday, December II. Home-like and attractive.

4 ,1>. P. IIATUA'WAY,MnnuRer.Port'Tampa Flno shell roads; horses to dilvo; rowboats for lUhlng; lino Dalrulor

launch all connected with hotel excursions to all points of Interest. TheHo'atnl
Ocean View Hotel ST.*AUGUSTINEFLA. Fla.T,1E 1NN'J. Now Open. ; ;
other attractions make more variety than Is often found In ono place. Rates, $3.fi(>
II. MUUIJICK, Milliliter.
Her new and liberal management. Ilanilsomo and home-like; located one to ;(. Special weekly rates until Januaiy 'IS. Correspondence solicited. Send H
j>uth of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the Winter Park Fla.- the seminole, Open J. n. '? for circulars. II. P. SHAKES, Proprietor.
,
ill Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocoan, Anasjland < 1. K. DICK, Manafrer.
and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special by the NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .

|Open all the, year. F. HAYDEN, Manager, Ocala, Fla.Belleair .- THE OCALA' HOUSE, Now op

P. F. BUOWN, Maii K r. COTTAGE Rockleflge, Fla.

HOTEL ALGONQU.IN THE BELLEVIEW, Open J rt, 17,
Fla.- Pleasantly located near tjio largo hotels. Lnrgo airy rooms'. Good Table.J. .
W. A. BARRON, Manager. Pure llltered rain water. TerinH, $lftO per day; $7 to 10 per week. < .<
pWW M. W. EATMAN fetor
Propi ,
gouda hotel j 17. J. WHITE .
Punta Gorda Fla. the punta open > Propiletor.AVIJHT
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. F. II. AltnOTT, Manaidir. *

New Furniture and Fixtures IMIjM IIILVCir. :ui
throughout.Electrlo fort myers hotel, open jj ir.
bells In every room. Fronting the Old Fort Myers' Fla.the
Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Hay, K. H. A UDOTTfunnier.Kissimmee .
with flne ocean view. All white help. Rates Seminole Hotel !*
nowopm. *
(2.00 pet1 day and upward. Special weekly rates. Fla.thekissimmekhotel,
jgfelSife'*. Sample room. Xu K. BULLOCK, Munugor.

Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to rail* OPEN ALL THE YEAR. .' *

AZA HOTEL way or steamship rates, or sleeping car lines ind time cards.B. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.st .
W. WRENN, Passenger Tra'fflo Managor, This hotel Is substantially built of brick, anil has every convenience. Close to
centrally located. Fronting the* Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic the railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel,
I Splendid,view from its long and broad verandas. Rates, (2.00 per day and fc' Savannah, 0i>, with Hulling tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from fi.OO pea day and
Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. upwards; special rates by the week or month. '

A. S. PELL. ,. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .


TEL MAGNOLIA OHMOND. Simi

st.augustine.fia.

Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January HOTEL COQUINA, ormond-by-tiie-sea, fla. HOTEL BISCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA.

|Rates, 12.50 per day and upward, t Open for Winter Season of 1808, Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing, (Uliing <1 ,
GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Wheeling; Sea Food a Specialty. NOW OPEN. Rates, $4 per day and up. Spoclal Weekly and
SEISER & VINING,. Proprietor.a *
Commercial rates. II. E: BEMIS, Manager.Graham's .

DAYTONA.
150 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas.
a j-3 /
o a c S3c % The most complete lllco In South Florida.
...NEW YORK... Hotel Large, light and airy dining-room.

Holly Inn * Daytona Fla. a e 2 s 9S "TABLE UNSURPASSED.
'
BRE.VOORTHOUSE.W.5MIW0TQI. Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. "
So25Ss 1QUHWC. mm MIAMf, FLA. 8. GRAHAM, Proprietor. 4in

Located on the beautiful Halifax. ill i

Tin most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city. a. HOTZ coiroLXi-r -
j ,
ifOWES
O. ,

Proprietor, v s** c< MIAMI, FLORIDA.

Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one
[LMETTO HOUSE block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Dlscajbe Bay, Rates
%i per day and upward. Special rates by.week or month.Announcement. .
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

Bow open for the winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax .
5 Fine hunting and fishing locality.It SOUTHERNERS
of cuisine. Rates moderate.
accommodations and excellent
By special arrangement made with the
LEON DESPLAND, Prop. Outdoors Publishing Company, of New VISITINO NEW YORK CITY will.
York, the proprietor of the Advocate, R
Will, for tho low prlcoof $!.(*), send the find good accommodation*,,at reasonable ,
eil-gria AbvoCATK and the monthly illustrated prices, at 71 Clinton Place.
. magazine "Outdoors." for one year. One door from Fifth Avenue, and close
This Is an exceptional opportunity and to Washington square. Very central.
On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.e Should be taken advantage of Without Refer to editor of this paper.

airy and well-furnished rooms, wltlf air modern conveniences, electrlo ** > a Sa alUlte delay, as this special offer will hold good
time To those who already
for a> short only.
ells, etc.ty receive the Advocate the magazine FAITHFUL MIN OR ,
> of shade ouUIde hotel makes it a delightful place for children. "Outdoors," will be .sent for 73cents. WANTED to travel for responsible '

rES: $2.60 to *3.00 per day; $12.50 to $18.00 per week. Make all remittances to Chas.It. established house In Florida. "Salary 1
Walton, Tltusvllle, Florida. $780 and expenses. Position permaaent. -.?
g at
your rooms once. Address, ,, .Reference. Enclose selfaddressedl.stamped' .
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INDIA* RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 21, 1898.t .


H J. P. LOVETT.
on a pipe in front of the hotel, and a fine Killed by the Nim u Limited Train. Sir- All communications for this paper 8y
t photograph obtained by the successful should be addressed "Thk Advocate,

photographer, II. T. Kossetcr, of Bocklcdge. B. F. Adams, a resident fit Sebastian, Titusville, Fla." This will Insure immediate (Successor* to Duren & Feaster.) >
On Wednesday still another exprdition was killed by tho southbound Nassau ,attention.
wan undertaken by the samo express at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.Mr. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
party, with the happy addition of Mr. Adams was walking the railroad Itirri* and Vniiiinls Mounted AH ft
and Mrs. Jos. P. Keed, of Pittsburg, l'a. track from'Roseland to the former place, { and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your'
Throe big fellows wero captured, two of when lie was overtaken by the train and, Crockery, Qlass Patronage vl0ftt,| |
.
them by Mrs. Iieed, who is equally at being very deaf, lie could not bear it.He In the best style. Address R. C.Scrimgeour FLORIDA 1
home on a social occasion in the parlor was thrown about twenty feet, landing taxidermist, Washington ,
or on a sporting one on the rtver. Mrs. on his head', which broke his neck; avenue (corner of Main street), Titus
notice ads, this
BTjT" Heading on page Peed is fisherman and ville Fla.
an expert a great otherwise his body was not injured. The ,
re live cents per lino por week. favorite at the hotel. Her Hula daughter
.engine was reversed at the time be was
Bessie, is rare shot at, pool, 8till knocked off the track, but as it was To Core Constipation Forever. '
I'ancy Pineapple Slips & Suck* another drum-fish party started out onFrid.iy right oti a curve, at mile post 214, it was Take CiiHcarets Candy Cathartic, loo or2So.If Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers., Staple & Fancy Groceries
consisting of Mr. Wliito and too late to prevent the accident. The C. O. C. fall to cure,druguiHts rotund money. ,
era for Sale.Abbakas VVIlna Cole, of Grand Jtapldn, Mich., remains were interred In the cemetery And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal ,
3 whoso cottage has had such success here at Melbourne. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclukiwf
Egyptian Queen, Golden at Kocklcdge. Mr. White caught olio line of We invite correspondence and
ROBBINS & GRAHAM the above goods. your solicit your JZI
Queen Porto JCIco bmooth and
Cayenne
weighing (i.'i-lbs., which required half an
.lied Spanish. Apply toJUkdock Remember that the India* River Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Tltusviii j
Jk Matthams hour to land. Mr. White did rare work Advocate does all kinds of Job printing
with his rod in this monster.
capturing
at short notice. Send them an order
"Palm Beach,Pinery, One day lust week a gentleman caught ...Iin-wyors.
and be convinced that It Is the place to
Went Palm Beach Fla.
aS2-U>. bass, from the Plaza hotel dock. have job printing done.
The hunters have been kept busy the
past week. Mr. Reed brought in a string The Advocate Is still giving away, WILL FRACTICE IN STATE AND FIRE. LIFE.
Fancy l'ineapple Plant*. #
of 21 birds on Saturday. On one of their free, tobacco seed of the finest grade. UNITED 8TATES COURTS. The '01d nartford," # Equitable Life
without shelter hunts Mr. Harrison and Mr. Ilensolibaggod Call and get some, wltb instructions for and other well known Companies. Assurance
Hardy, vigorous, grown Comr,
Its cultivation
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakaud 130 birds, including 48 quail; and Bar* Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc

Jamaica Kipley plants for sale, on another brought home over 70 ducks, ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished GEO. B. RUMPIT, J .,
These
from the Banana river.
a
trip up
K. 0. B. TYNDALI., hunters report "the woods to be full ofthem. The MORROW HOUSE.... Agent, Titusville, Flon.We .
Waveland, Fla. Dade
Brevard and
." Surely life here at Rockledge for Lands in
passes like a djeam >'a thing of beauty CRESCENT CITV, FLA.

Sail Making.I and'a joy forever." Centrally located; convenient to the Counties. G. CARY-ELWES,
postofflce and steamboat landings. Special

of Schedule attention given to commercial travel
am prepared to make all kinds of Change Only first-class hotel In the city open all have" a large List FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
sails and do first-class woik below Chicago
the year. Rates, $ per day; special by
priooR. (Jlvo mo a trial. The J., T. & K. W. trains leave Tltusvillo the week. IDA M. HECTOR. of Lands owned by Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and
Address, IX. Bknkkr, Hail maker, at 1:10: p. m., arriving in Jacksonville
Titusville, Fla. at 7:40: p. m.; returning, leave Jacksonville Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.KIT" .
U:12: a. m., and arrive Titusvllleat ourselves and clients.
'J:2.: > p. m., connecting with Indian Your Business Solicited.
Outiriiiitce Iti per cent Intercut.Klevon Kiver steamers. This change went into Price for unimproved TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

effect on Tuesday last.A .
acres land, fronts on Indian
lands $3 to $100
change of schedule went Into effect
and Banana Kiver; small cottage, 2 arte-
fan wolls, 100 nice trees, 11,001) on the Floiida East Coast Railway, Mon
}>iueapplo plants, shipped orange 6ver 200cratesast day. Tbo sorvico now gives three through per acre.WE Losley <& Motlow
trains dailv between Jacksonville and ,
season; guavas, mangoes, Japan pernimmonn -
and other fruits on place. Price Miami, ami four trains between Jacksonville have a few. Residence, Orange
$1,100. Address It, Advocate office.Tltusvillo and St. Augustine. One of the (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
through trains to Miami will be kn'ownas Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
Fla.Jlure the Nassau and Key West limited, Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and
and will be an exceedingly fast train, locations. Prices Reasonable.
Cliunco. connecting with the ships at Miami for Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
theHo points. This train will leave Jacksonville
First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool TabJ
Tltusvillo
For sale at 7:40 a. in., arriving at TITUSVILLE
on Ridgewood avenue, Daytona Offices
:
a very nice residence and Improved at 12:08: p. n>. and Miami at 7:20: p.m. and MIAMI. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention civen to Jorders.
lot, In a desirable location. House Is ., and will carry the mail from Jackson Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,!
ville. There will also bo a train leaving
rented and
now ton
pays per cent net.
This is woll worth your attontlon. Jacksonville at 0:20a.: m., running
Coast Meat
East Market
Address, F. J... A., through to Miami, reaching' there at 11p.
Care Advocate office.Ttike . m., and Titusvllle at 2:53: P. m.Train.No. Ami. Ai'Will
78 leaves Miami at 6:00 a.m. .
., arriving at Tltusvillo at 2:08: p. n>. F. DUREN, Agent
Note of This. and Jacksonville at 7M5 p. hi. Train H. S. MEADOR, -]::: keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-

No, 74, which only goes as far as St.
Wellington Avenue,
For sale a comfortable home, situated Augustine, loaves Miami at 8:23: a. m.
on the Halifax Kiver, at Port Orange; and arrives here at 3:42: p. m. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE

large and nicely laid out grounds; live The new schedule of.the I. R. & B. B.I. .
miles south of Daytona. House Is largo N". Co. went into effect on Tuesday,
and complotely furnished, with three when the steamer St. Sebastian left hereon Drossod. txxx<3L Hotigli.

fcros of land surrounding It, planted ina the arrival of the J., T. & K. W. train
variety of fruit treos orange, grape, Tuesday afternoon, for Palm Beach and Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick Lime Cei
to. Fine locality for Hulling and hunt'ing. Intermediate points. As will be seen by FLA."or ,
For further particulars address referring to the time-table of the above llioto ICKKof I.1QUOH, OI'lC.fl.BIOItPHIMC and Crates of All Descriptions.Titaxs .
MltS. VUILLAUMK, steamboat company on page 0, this boat t Am:, TUBACl'U and lIUAKEflK HABIItt.
Daytona, Fla. leaves Tltusvillo Tuesdays and Fridays Adopted by tke C 0,Government.. rlllo, HTMorid
for Falm Beach, and tho St. Augustine For lufl.rM.llna atliliv.. lie.lry ln.tl.ulv, JftrkNwa.lll*,Vie.tion .
Sanitarium, Cor. i/sloa sad .
/ lloiraa St
on Mondays and Thursdays for So wall's Titusville, Florida.Lotus. .
JOSEPH ZAPF. Point; Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jambs Pkitchaed, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President;
Kail Gallic. Tho steamers connect with C. S. Schuyler; Cashier.

114 wholesale: i>ealkuAnheuserBusch the J., T. & K.' W. trains, and thin arrangement

Brewing Ass'n grout convenience must to necessarily the traveling prove pub of COHEN BROTHERS. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAH

lic. Too much cannot be said in praise

Famous St. Louis Lager Boor."Sold of the excellent service performed by the ..
St, Augustine and St. Sebastian, and not (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
by Losley Sc Ronaker Tltusvillo.
,
Manufacturer of Sod.i and Mineral to appointed take a trip boats by 'either down of the these beautiful well- Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville Fla. Authorized capital, $100,0.,

'Waters. Wholesale Liquor Doaler. Indian River, would be to miss a treat of Paid up capital, $25,0,

SANFORD, FLORIDA the most pleasant order. THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE STATE.To Average deposits, $150,0m.miSZlSteSW. ,

all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write for Samples.TVy .

It Our Mall Order Department; the most complete quick service: Transacts a General

Denis SheaMen's Orders filled same day as received. We pay express on all goods ordered of us to Business
Mrs. W. Bisbee called Mrs, Oreon the amount of ,
on $5.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies
Thursday last..J. the order. Bani the I
Largest and Oldest on
. D. Ennl spent Sunday with friends
Clothing from at Bonaventure.We Dress Goods and Silks Exchange Bold on oil Foreign Conotne

liitve had beautiful weather for
several days past Now Ready.COnEN DIRECTORS:

The post-office at Bonaventure has Address: jAS.PRlTOHAKD.W.B.BABMKTTiFW
Mercliant Tailors.No. bf the National Bank of JactoonvllltlDurkee
boon discontinued.C. BROTHERS, (VIce-FreBident fiatlonal

D. Provest made a business trip to Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville), and y. M. mto .
Cocoa on Tuestlay last.Messrs. Jacksonville-Florida. CORKESPONDEST9.

420 Broome St., Martin, of Banyan, were in ., ._jr '.J National Seaboard Bank National of Jacksonville.Bank of M> > ''
our midst, Saturday lost.
NEW YORK.
Corner Crosby St. The Misses Capron called at Norman- Spots on Old Sol's Face axrjus'viiLi-.aE:,. it-jc .
die, Friday afternoon last.Messrs. .
That makes it look like that of Fitzsimrnons -
Harper' and Parker were In after his' bout with Corbett
has
HUNTING ANQ FISHING our burg one day this week.Dr. been ,
attracting the attention of astronomers Ho-csr Is
ALONG THE EASTCOAST. Capron spent Saturday at Bonaventurel lately, but no more so than the Groceries This .
returning with the mall.J that woare selling at such surprising low

Jim Ilorndon killod a large Naylor, of Bonaventure, was In our prices. Kerosene Oil,,In drums. ... . . 15o. pergaL
few days ago, just as It was preparing panther to a burg the early part of this wsek.Dr. They won't last long better call Inearly. Gasoline 13c. per g

spring on him, at Sebastian. "E. W. Capron Is having his grove Cylinder oil for naphtha engines. .90c. per gal.We .
hood out and fertilized this week.E. have other things in
Messrs. Ben Soay and Frank Tyler JOHN" CLARK SON & CO.,
liave boon very successful the last-week, W. Trovost spent Saturday in Cocoa Hardware Tinware Graniteware Stoves elAt
atchlng blue fish outside the inlet, In roturnlng on the atoamer Spartan. Commission Merchants and dealers in ,
,
yielr naphtha launch. Fort Pierce cor. Misses Minis, of Bonaventure, wero Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquors, similar prices ,

Captain J. 11. Clow ami Elgin F. Curry, calling on friends in Lotus, Frid.iy last.E. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.J3T" How do we do it ? Send us an order and
of Palm Beach W. Provost and Miss Annie Taylcrlmulo Consignments of see.G. C0
caught thirtyeightsheopshead country produce F. PADDISON &
in two hours Saturday. Tho a pleasant call on Mrs. Green, Friday solicited. Eau Gallie,M
UMi weighed over two hundred pounds.M evening last.Dr. .
E.V.. Capron left for Santa Lucia
r. and Mrs. Fred Hudson, Mr. and river, Thursday, to examine his
Mrs. .las. A. Hudson, Mrs. Ida Smart, apple plantation.Mr. piuo- FOR SALE.... Home-Crown
ESTABLISHED .
18T3.w
Hy. nnd
CoppertUite son, Wm. McCoy,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Kltchlng and daughters Pngo, of Oeorglana, was supplying

and out Fritz on Light the beautiful spent List Sebastian Friday picnicing river.-, tho turkeys people this of week.J. Lotus. with fresh pork and 111. A. HOURS & CO.... PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS

Tho fishermen of the party caught 111 .. Lynn stopped at Lotus and dls-. Of the following Varieties :
iish, weighing from i to 1} pounds each.Trof. charged freight for our merchant the GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Abbala
early part of this week. Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen Golden Queen BIpley Queen, Sir
J. M. Lallln, of 'New York, had 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ,
,
a mullet-shooting match on the Banana The young vegetables in our section Cayenne Peinambnco and Red
We handle only the best and Spanish.
River a few days ago with Mr. Sherman aro looking and doing nicely, but a good most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of nav
rain would be beneficial.J. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal both Cft.J
Singleton, for a box of cigars. Tho river dark at wholesale. State bright and Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. .Florida Pineapple
mullet make jumps of from five to six N. Chalkor left, Monday, to attend Star Brand agents for Tygert-Allen.Fertilizer Co. West Palm Be M

times, about live to six feet high, and tho Grand Lodgo of Masons, which will I one. Nitrate Fertilizers flmla. Muriate Guaranteed of Potash Anaflyata, Sulphate, Orange tree, Kainlt.and Vegetable Theai Fertilizer l>nr nmmi
from eight to ton feet long and Prof. be held at Jacksonville. iU>erlor In the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Cata/ogae/ etc.f ree. ertl izer, nave no

Lnllln killed six and Singleton live out of Mrs. Green nnd Miss Fitzgerald spent
twelve shots. This was accomplished Wednesday in Titusville, returning on United States Twine & Net 0
while sailing on their yacht, and was the steamer Sobastian. SAMUEL B. MILLER.
-quite a novel shooting match. Prof. CLARENCE O. MILLER.S. .
The steamer Courtney Las Katabllahnl 1841.
resumed
Laitln, who is now In Titusville
was out
Suck shooting on Monday, and killed 30 her run on the Indian River, after being 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
overhauled
thoroughly
docks. While sitting in the blind, setting put in.Mr. and new boiler B MILLER & CO Headquarters for
out his docojs, a bald eagle soared All Kinds ofFISH
around, and at last swooped down on and Mrs. and at Us Fitzgerald and ,
one of his decoys. lie shot the eagle, Mr. Green spent some time visiting L.
which measured 6ft. from tip to tip ofwing. D. Hancock's beautiful orange grove at WHOLESALE NETS and all.
Brantley,
COMMISSION FISH .
FIN* SPORT AT ROCKLEDQR. L. E. Provost returned from Titusvilleon DEALERS
,
The guests o( the New Rockledge hotel the steamer Sebastian, Wednesday No. T, Fulton Fish Market New '
York.
ve had rare sport this past week in night, where he has been doing some *
their drum-fish expeditions. On Tues work for the I. R. A B. B. I. N. Co. .NET .FIX

day a party consisting of Mr. and Mm. The steamer Sebastian made her trial Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish .

Atattinson, and Benj. Clapp, of Boston, trip down as far as Jupiter, where she Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
and Bev. F. L. Davis H1 ur ttn ul Nets ar0 ad8 BRA>T
captured eight of to", Wt9B, aad ? of the Celebrated "EAGLE
these monsters, weighing "in toto" 21>rand, not sold elsewhere.
These fish were strung along States. GILL NETS, of the beat thread obtainable. ,
23T" Stencils furnished on application. H* 1aitJ'! * tarred Cotton Hanging Lines. Patent Stretcnw

tarred Rope, oiled Clothing, oars, etc., etc Write for prices.O .



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