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: December 9, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00213
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT fcp-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc a nice assort WE ARE SELLING THE WOONSOCKet ANY ONE WHO IS IN NEED OF ANew AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiikkr .

In ladies' Oxfords In broken sizes, In men t at Screven's Drug Store, knee rubber boot at 92.60, the best Bicycle, 'will do well to correspond "
tan and black kid, which we are offering Tltusvllle. make of rubber gooda known to the with F. W. Beers, of St. Augustine. -
l Topics of General Interest.piosse below coat to close these odd sizes. trade. The Eagle Clothing Store, He has the largest stock of new to stop. See list of hotels on

These goods are the latest toes and NOVELTIES IN'BOY'S AND CHILDren's / Tltusvllle, Fla.RANOPITR models in the country at bottom prices. our 7th and 8th pages.

stylish goods. Sizes l's to 2's are very suits for Wheels sent out on Inspection. All The Advocate is now on file at all
Christmas In the
vestee
mention the Advooatk when numerous in the assortment. for the younger, and double, breasted JUTE MATTINGS kinds of Fishing Tackle kept in stock.Fk the best hotels In New York city.

ling advertisers.f The Eaole Clothino Stork, suits for the older boys; In the newest Furniture Store, Tltusvllle.Messrs. W. Bekiis,
Tltusvlllo. St. Augustine, Fla. The St. James hotel, Jacksonville,
Roodlng notice ads. are ten cents effects. Prices the lowest.
will for tho season the 17thInst.
The Eagle Clothino Store Mrs. J. D. Crabb and family left for open on
on this page.JudRe ,
line under
the management of Mr. J.R. .
HUNTING AND FISHING ON
attended court IRON BEDS, IRON CRIBS Tltusvlllo. Cocoa yesterday, on a visit to .Mr. Crabb.Mr .
I). L. Gaulden Campbell.In .
Furniture
Store, Tltusvllle. B. F. Walker the INDIAN RIVER.
this week.Mr. : representing
uno R. W. Goode and Jas. T.Hogg answer to persons writing for views
Heinz Pickle Co. of Baltimore Is in
,
J. 0. Walton Is expected here who have been In Jacksonville of Flagler hotels, we may say they hae
Geo. M. Bobbins town to Miami.Mra. .
Attorney to-day route
attended en and
bass
Largo numbers of trout cnvalli -
not arrived but them in
n Macon, Ga., today.KEB court at Juno this for about a week, returned to 'their yet, wn expect a
week.Capt. respective homes at Melbourne on Chas. K. Kenyon and baby left have been caught in Indian River few days from Supt. C. B. Knott.
ROCKERS; MORRIS Chairs and.Mrs.. here Friday last for DeLand where of late.
E. L. Magruder, Wednesday. ,' aMessrs. The St. George hotel St. Augustine
Fubsitubb Store, Tltusvlllo.Mr. formerly of Rook lodge, are now residing Misses Jackie and Lucilo Rice who they will probably remain a few weeks. W. II. MoFarland, It. W. will open for theeenaon, on the 20th Inst.,

Jaudon Browne, formerly TravjPassenger iu Columbus, Ga. have been In Jacksonville with their Senator Henry Galllard, of St. Augustine Rhodes and L. "A. Brady went quail This hotel Is well-kept, nnd is In the

Agentof the F. E. C. Read "A Fierce Snake Fight" on our father and mother for some time past, wns among yesterday's southbound shooting yeBterday, and returned with center of the city. Everything is first-

,|inow In Cleveland JO.Mr. 3rd page. The article on "Celery Culture" returned to Tltusvllle on Tuesday evening passengers, en route to Palm 00 birds. class, and the rates are #2.60 per day and

H. Watton, of Qlifton, brought will also be of interest. looking as if the metropolis had Beach.Mr. Congressman J. Cupeliart, of Point upwards. See ad. on our 8th page.Messrs. .

-ad of oranges to'town the first of Traveling Freight Agent John W. agreed with them. \V, II. peters and son have arrived Pleasant, Vn'., tho gentleman who killed J, M. and A. S- Lee, formerly .

week, for shipment north. Cannon, of the J., T. & K. W. Ky., was The Daytona Commonwealth Is before in Daytona from Brooklyn, N. Y.Mrs. two deer with ond shot, was deer stalking proprietors of Hotel Indian River, Rock-

left here Sunday Jn town a couple of days this week.Col. us under new management. It Is avery Peters will probably join him today on Saturday last, west of City Point, ledge, but latterly proprietors of Hotel
Judge JT. S. Jones when he killed one deer. On ..Mondayho
and or to-morrow; Lincoln Pittsburg, have dissolved partnership
neat sheet and deserves ,
Juno, Dade county, to open the Fall \V. G. Winans, after spending newsy Was agnin out on a hunt, when he and Mr. J. M. Lee Is now sole
from the
a of Circuit Court.Mr. a week or bo ut the Indian River hotel, every support' people of Vbluslacounty. The Bar of Dade county gave JudgoM. managed to secure a fine buck said tobo proprietor of this magnificent house.
D. Reeder of Lake at this place, left for his home at Eden .Mr. Chas, Spalding is thomanager. S. Jones a complimentary banquet at the largest killed on the East Coast
and arrived Mrs. In town last, Friday on Tuesday.Capt. We wish it every success.Mr. West Palm Beach on Tuesday evening, tblsseasou.On 8 ipt. A. M. Taylor, of the Casino, St.

r.Hlek., and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and which was largely attended.Mr. Augustine, has returned from the north,
ilng, to spend a few weeks. W. II. Sliarpe, of Sharpes, was Sunday last Mr. Chas. F, Nncthlng, where ho has been all the summer. Mrs.
family expected to leave Grand
In town a day or this week Rapids, E. L. Bradbury 'f Webbs Mills,
late so attending one of New York's biggost restaurant
Items came too for this Mich. this week for Atlanta short Taylor accompanied her husband to the
Banyan on a
the usual monthly meeting of the County Ni Y., arrived in Jacksonville, Wednesday. keepers; and Mr. VV. L. Mitchell, a well- '
k'l issue. Correspondence must visit to Mrs. Blodgett/s sister, Mrs.Dugard. Land of Flowers. They have been
Commissioners.Cn We he will be
:h this oflico not later than Wednesafternoon. From there they will go to the presume Indian River soon usual.Messrs. bagging . known coffee Importer, of the same city, around the Alcazar this week, greeting
game on as arrived in Tltusvllle for the of
their purposo their friends.In .
winter residence at Daytona.Mr. many
AMBER SETS, DAT-RACKS at the
of weeks' duck and
spending a couple
Randall of Boston
Eugene
Hints upon how to proteot your Furniture Store, Tltusvllle. Geo. Russell, son of the owner and W. II. Munn, of Holyoke, Mass.,; quail shooting. Mr, Naething, last winter giving tho list of the Flagler hotels

B grove will bo found on oufHocondIf Tour attention is called to the Ideal of the Sobastian & Clncinnatus Farms A passed through here yesterday, on their killed more ducks In throe weeks In last week's Advocate, a Key West

you are an orange grower, you Iiat Fastener ad. on page 8. It is a very Railway, spent a couplo of days or so In way to Melbourne, to spend the winter, than any hunter In Tltusvllle, In a corresponding reader has drawn our attention to the
uld read that article. usoful thing for ladles, for when one of town this week. Mr,, Russell Informs as usual.p uumber of weeks. On Monday fact that Hotel Koy West, under'' tho

County Commissioner J. N. Waller, these Is used, no pins are required for us that he is having the road, fixed up, tho above party started on 'their management of Mr. G. Butler Smith,
Inkona, lias been spending-few days hats or bonnets. Read the ad.Mrs. and that his lather expects to go on with The usual monthly meeting of Brevard's duck shooting expedition, and returned was omitted. We may say that Hotel
this week to atto the improvements in the spring.. County Commlsstoneis took place to the Indian River hotol with 0.1; Tuesday Key Went Is open all the year.
own having come up A. Becker, of Montreal, Can., this week but to
owing heavy
,
! his official duties.Mr. Julian Wilson, who has been attending pressure they brought in 27: Wednesday, 20; The Hotel Putnam, Palatka, opened
was among the passengers on Tuesday'ssouthbound o'n our space, the report is left over and yesterday, 211 making a total of l.'JD
the Saturday with fouiteen to
on register
J. Harper left here last week train, en route to City Georgia-Alabama College, until our next Issue, ducks killed in four days In the ponds ,,
Macon for several most of whom are regular boarders wbo-
Melbourne the Point for the winter. She stopped off mouths past, returned ,
to assume railway
erfst of Tltusvllle. They are again going
home on Tuesday. He was not Mr. II. C. of Ilobe Sound will spend tho winter there. The large
ncyfora time, the regular agent at Asheville, N. C, on the way south.Don't very Stokes, and
out to-day expeut to bag quite anumber.
flagpole wns raised and "OldGlory"
now
E. the sick list.If favorably Impressed with Macon, and was a pnsseuger on yesteiday's southbound ,
Cuwyor
being on forgot that the Neptune Twine suid he was glad to return to Tltusvllle, train, en route home. He had floats' from the top. The pole is

you have any guavas for sale, & Cord Mills, of Moodus, Conn., are where the sun was much warmer. just returned from a trip to Henderson'' 100 feet high, and floats a (lag 10x18 feet.
irock & Co. Jacksonville will supplying cotton seine and other twines, THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE IS
buy vllle, N. C, where ho expects to go next
Fruit and vegetable and Manager II. E. Bemlt formerly of the
n from you, paying the highest marprice. of superior quality, at a very reasonable growers summer, displaying a beautiful line of men's ,
Write them without delay if price. Write or send them a trial order. fish dealers throughout Florida are requested neokwear for the holiday trade; all New Rockledgo hotel, Rockledge; and
to read the ad. of M. Hirsch, Mr. AO.. Gundy, of Jacksonville, and BIsoayne hotel, Miami, Is In Nassau,
want to make .
now
money. Mr. W. J. Ilazlewood, one of our wholesale fruit and produce merchant, who was In town Wednesday, introducing tasty patterns.am looking after the Improvements and

Service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Brooklyn subscribers, after- enjoying afews Atlanta, which will be found on our 8thpage. a new brand of condensed milk, left renovation of the Royal Victoria hotel,
rch, TituBville, at 11 a. m. and 7:30uck days' duck shooting at the Haul- lie is said to be a very reliable on the steamer for various points' down Junes at DeLand. .which will bo ready to receive the traveling

p. m. Holy communion at the over, left for Miami and Cuba on Mon merchant, and has good references.. Indian River. He said he intended going public on the first day of January.

nlng service. Archdeacon B. F.wd day. as far as Miami. Rev. Sam Jonos will be at the Stetson
will Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntire, two Your attention Is called to the ad. of
officiate. Mr. F. T. Budge, of Miami, stopped of our valued Chicago subscribers, have Several Rockledge winter rosldents University on Deo. Id. He Is a grout the New Itockledge hotel, Rockledge, on

Miss Kittle McDonald, of Miami, over here a day or so with Capt. and arrived at the Colonnades, Seabreeze, are expected home this week, among pulpit orator and lecturer. Tho subject page 8. It Is one. of the most comfortable
r spending a couple of weeks or so In Mrs. James Prltchard, on his way home where they will remain for a while. Miss them; Mrs. E. A. Chatfield, O. W.Blakeslee of Mr. Jones' lecture is "Get there and houses on Indian River, and It has

Augustine, passed through here Satiy from a business trip to New York, where L. Ilaaconi, their niece, accompanies and family, of New Haven, stay there." an excellent reputation. You should
last, en route home, saying she he found some pretty bad weather. He them. Mr. and Mrs. Mclntire spend Conn. ; Mr. Clins. Devlin's son anil send for one of the Illustrated booklets

bad an enjoyable visit.Mr. left for Miami on Sunday.Mr. .- their winters on the East Coast, where daughter, of Pittsburg, Pa.; and others An Important I.aw.Sult. Issued by tills hotel or call at the Advocate

Frank E. Ilowe, of Montpelier, Richard Whitney and family, of they have many friends, are about to start for this pretty Indian office and got one. They are qulta

i a former newspaper editor, arrived Boston, were passengers on Monday's Mr. James B.'Bours, of Jacksonville, River resort., Major St. Clair Abrams, of Jacksonville neat.Mr..

n yesterday, and will leave form southbound train, en route to Rlvleni.Mr Is among tho progressive merchants, Mr. D. S. itutchlnsop, a former ; and Judge E. J. Forater, of Gainesville John S. Bowen, one of the most

Beach and Miami to-day, on a visit Whitney usually oomes south alone, whose business is fast assuming glgautioproportions. owner of the Indian River hotel, at this two well known followers of Black, popular managers Hotel Placldo, Jacksonville

tout a week, when he will' return toiivllle. but he found It rather lonesome, hence He deals, extensively Ingrain place, writes us oo the 5th Inst., that heexpeoted stone,' arrived In Tltusvllle a few days ever had, has given' up, the

be brought his family along this time.Mr. hay, feed, ga'rdon seeds, meal and to loave Trenton, N. J;, with a ago, for the purpose of arguing an ImFortant management of that hotel, and gone to

Mr. Wm, M. Merwln of Milford Randall Clifton, chief clerk in cotton seed meal, etc, and we believe It party of fifteen. In a private 'car, for suit In Chambers, before the White Springs, Fla., for a time to enjoy
would be the Jacksonville the This S. Jonos, the amount Involved
n., writes us that he will leave for the passenger department of the Southern to advantage of our readers on Oth. party a little hunting and take a muchneededrest.
ida throughout Florida and Georgia to give will settle In different places throughout being about #15,000. Mr. Itowen Informs the Advocate
Atlanta is of
to-day (Friday route to Railway, a young man
) en
,
him a trial order.Mrs. the state for the winter. Mr. Hutchinson that lie retired from the management of
ledge for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. ability who will surely rise to a higher
"la will come south on the steamer position in time. Ills genial characteristics Norton and little daughter, said he would be In New Smyrna Head This.On Hotel Placlde on Monday,
this week. We look
unclie.Mr. has made him a host of friends in Kate, and Miss Alice Stevens, of Atlanta, in Tltusvllle. may soon for him Manager J. O. Bast, of the Indian

E. M. Goodall, of Sanford Me. Atlanta and surrounding country.Mr. Ga., stopped over here from Tuesday .Friday last. Mr. VT. 11. McFarlandplaced River hotel, Tltusvllle, has had a large

>*down here with a party of friends, A. B, Turner, a well known and until Wednesday, en route to visit relatives ,a boat ad. in the Advocate, and pile of luscious oranges on his office'
["y. His mother and father prominent resident of Grand Rapids, at Courtenay. While In town they BABY CARRIAGES, Folding Screens two*days afterwards lie informed us that desk for some time past, and the guests
are at were the guests of Mrs. E. L. Brady and FUHNITUJtK STORE TltUSVille. he had received fourteen have been themselves
f"- Mr. Nelson la getting Mr. Mich., arrived In town on Sunday, to answors to itup helping to them
'''lis launch In readiness for bis spend the winter on Indian River, asusual. Miss Josephine Brady, who are well- to that time. The replies to the ad. without cost- This Is the only hotel we

' g.Mr.. He left for Eau Gallic, next day, known ndepts at entertaining friends. Married at LnOranga.On were received from various places between know of on the East Coast7 which la

giving our office a pleasant call ere leaving The above party were among the many Jacksonville and Miami. The giving away, free, oranges to guests.Mr .
and Mrs. Sayre, who are at preajWtlDg the afternoou train.I. who participated in the dance and "cakewalk" Advocate Is hard to beat as an advertising
on Geo. C. Howe's ad, will be found
night Mi1. Mose B. Metisger
Mrs. Thomas Barbour, of at the Opera house on Tuesday Monday medium. Try It.Canaveral .
"ley Cottage, Eau Gallle, are cousins .. It. Decker & CO., having sold out \lght. one of the Electrlo Light Co's. employes On our *th, page. As previously published
'' latter lady, and we learn that they their lumber business to the Bond Lumber at this place, wan married to Mrs.Chas. In the Advocate, he will have
Mb pleased with the above pretty Co., Mr. S. G. Vanlandlngham, of The oyster supper announced In Walne. The wedding took place Club.A three hotels this winter to look after-

"IrnlUn River town.i' this place, has been appointed manager. last week's AovooATB- took place at at the bride's parents, at LaGrange, the Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine; the
His son, Ernest, left here, Tuesday for the Opera house on Tuesday night. It nuptial knot being securely tied by Air.T. annonnoed In last, week's Advocate Holly Inn, Daytona, and the Hotel Hibiscus
? Ill'tcle80n&, '' >. 271) WashSt. Neoga, to occupy a position in the office was well attended, and about the sum of J. Cocksliutt. Canaveral club house, at Chester Palm Beaob, and he will conduct
., Mew York, would like to hear of the Bond Lumber Co.Mr $22.50 was taken in during the evoning, The bride looked quite pretty dressed Shoals, Is now open, and the members are these hotels In connection with the
ny one having oranges or v'egetto which goes towards buying presents to In pure white; while the groom looked looking for good sport this winter. Col.O. Buckingham. They are all elegantly
ship. There Is no firm In Now ; n. C. Morris, of tho Bond Lumber put on the Christmas tree for the children well |n the conventional black. I*. Horton, T. Watson Morrill and Mr.Robt. fitted up, and has every convenience.Mr. .

ootter rated or more reliable, Co., after spending a d.iy or so in of the Episcopal Sunday school. The bride and bridegroom did not goon C. Ileaton, of Boston, who arrived
'are heavy Importers of Cuban proIlley town, in the interest of his company, left During the evening the Indian River the usual honeymoon trip, but started in town last Friday afternoon, left Saturday James P. Vlning, the manager of
' l>ave a ti'ade that pays for Daytona on Saturday last, giving our band performed some very fine selections right Into housekeeping. We tender for their' olub house at ChestorShoals. the Colonnades, City Beautiful, and his

J PUces for fancy goods.u office a pleasant call ere leaving town.He of music, which were much appreciated congratulations to the happy pair, Mr. David Sears, of Boston, arrived wife, have been entertaining quite a
M STones paid Tltusvllle another visit on Monday by those present. A dance followed, and Monday, and immediately left for number of guests this week, who aro
. ;have Hnd Miss Annie returning home next day.Maior quite a number "tripped the light fan f the club house, to join the other members. pleased with their home-like surroung*
been
" * with on a visit of about II. B. Hersey formerly chief tastic" to the strains of Titusvllle's THE BEST HATS MADE FOR THE The yacht Golden Rule, In command ings. Mr. and Mrs. Vlnlng to the personal
" relatives and frleoda colored orchestra. During the money is the "Howard," every hat knowledge of the Advocate
evening
otCapt. Geo. Cook of Tltusvllle
river
J returned home] on Sat- of the Weather Bureau at Tltusvllle, but there was a "cake walk," which was guaranteed by the factory, for sale only has been chartered tills ,season by..the, always were popular with the traveling

r.' .,?!! *bl'in8in* wltn ' "> Mrs. lately of Sante Fe, New Mexico, Is nowv participated In by white folks only. at The Eagle Clothing Store, club members, the steamer >Canaveral public, and they made hosts of friends

..?0'Fort 75de' who hM bee1 on > stationed taken at Louisville since,Ky.his This return change from This caused considerable fun, and at Its Tltusvllle, Fla.Do being out of commission.' while managing Hotel Coquina, Ormond.
Pierce has place
for some time
conclusion, the judges Mrs. B. It. Wilson
'tli.' Jones wa8 mucl> Pleased to Santiago, Cuba, where he weut with the and A. Near awarded the cake to Hotel Aragon, Atlanta, Is now doing
home again. Rough Klders, duiing the war with the tallest man In the room Conductor you want tn buy or sell property BUREAUS, WASH-STANDS, WARDrobes. ad excellent business, under the management

Spain. W. B. Waddell. on Indian1 River ? If you do, write the Furniture Store, Tltusvllle.To of Mr. Geo. Collier, Jr., who Is receiving

"*K STOVES, OVEN3ftiixiTUBB Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dalian tine, of Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltusvllle many compliments from the

Store, Tltusyllle.coh Somerville, N. J., were passengers onTuesday's RUGS, DOOR MATS, Furniture Store.Wanted. Fla. See page 4. Charter The Sloop Yacht traveling public, which he fully deserves.An .
southbound train, en route Advocate lepresentative, who was
accompanied "Awlxa/* a recent guest of tho Aragon, says It Is a ,
Dining Uooms.tlfatul1' to Sharpes. They were by Wanted, Dourd,
Miss Helen Ballantlne, who did not visit remarkably fine hotel, and one of the
River last winter. Their For threo adults with I will charter my yacht to parties of best and most comfortable In the south.&fr. .
Indian many A good reliable captain for 40 foot ( private family
",* Maco. -. do not fall East Coast friends are always glad to Sloop Yacht "Awlxa." I am my going to taking few boarders) on finely situated not more than four, by the day, week ormonth. Collier has his own engines to supply '.
r, ? popolar dining rooms Is The Awlxa Is the most beautiful the power for the electrlo lights, and
see them here. Mr. Ballantlne an charter my yacht and want a man that place on Indian River, or further south,
*ie""on a at obtola aU th delicacies ardent hunter, and meets with much understands the coast of Florida. Will where plenty of fruits and vegetables and best equipped yachl on the Indian to run the machinery for the steam laundry
very reasonable prices.'Residence River. She cose over tiJDOO, and and large ice making plant, for manufacturing
success in bis hunting expeditions. engage on ommlssion or salary, re grown on the place. Good, substantial
was formerly owned by Commodore all the Ice required in the
home cooklo Address
W. II. McFARt.ASD ,plain giving
Austen, of the New York Yacht Club, hotel. The exhaust steam Is used foe
and BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES Tltusvllle, Fla. description, price, etc,
1-Ineapple
the hotel.
O. II. Parks.S and has every accommodation for a long heating There are also'connected
p'antatIon' For Sale.Cn Furniture Store, Tltusvllle. East Wall St., voyage; she la over 40 feet long, has headroom with this hotel large cold storage

Choice Store Property" for Sale, Norwalk, Conn. cabin, and Is suitable for a trip to rooms, snd spacious sample rooms, both
For Sale, Sew Furniture, Key West or Havana. She Is just the up and down town for the convenience>
"Lvt"un'-,0, <= i la and proper boat for a gentleman and wife. of traveling men; a fine wine'cellar,
With five acres good land two In WHITE CURTAIN POLES
,
Address W. II. McFahi.ako stocked with choice old wines and
very
At second-hand prices, in any quantities. pineapples; good building with tenement Fursitcke Stoke, Tltusvllle.Tltuavllle .
Tltusvllle, Fla. liquors; a large bakery, where they make
It. CAMPBELL
Wm.
over store; general, merchandise stock, all their own bread and and
pastry
*>">v and oat-nouses. Mod.h.h "Bellevue," delivery wagon, row and sail boat; other noticeable
n many things that make
*. e,n"'! -We toilet arrange. Melbourne, Fla.HUBER'S steamboat landing with warehouse: Laundry.Mrs. Wanted for Cash this hotel very popular and| h m> like.

W* !Ler 5e; boaMioas. and well established and only store in good Maoager Collier has a good assUtant in
EMFLOYMEXT AGENCY, community; store and postofflce outfit Geo. Cock, of Tltusvllle, Is now Fresh fruit and vegetables In small Mr. J. H. Dalton, formerly with Dodge

' *Cur.or!.t *lBWPf", Now 14 Laura street,' P. O. Box 362, complete; price low; title perfect. Address Srepared to do laundry work of every shipments; prompt returns., A Culteos, of the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and the owner, AU work guaranteed. J. A.. rtouajroT, lie la the ehlef clerk at* the
"Wauimt, female help famished and sent to all A. J. Olds, P. M., Leave your washing ac G. F. Duren's Cor. 1st and Poplar Sis.* Aragon, and Is the' right man In the
Eden, Fla. parts. Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla. oorner store, opposite Advocate office. Macon, Ga. right place.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATh. DECEMBER 9, 1898.HOOD'S .


GEOKG MARX. Jonx
lowing facts: The first thing to do Isto are not in a position to say positively now busy getting lumber on the ground

WUPONCalendar look to the that Mr. Kinney's grove would have been to completely cover twenty-five acres of

SUPPLY OP WOOD. killed to the ground, yet we believe his his grove, and hopes in this way to protect

During the summer and fall wood Is "streak of luck," like tbat of many another his trees from cold. The cover will Wholesale Dealers In

cut In 30-Inch lengths and piled to thoroughly man, came from his persistent lyird bo made In sections so that it can be
AND
dry. "The size of "the wood is work ill-tag. He has the trees and did rapidly put on when needed. It will also GROCERIES, FRUIT PRODUCE...

is a perfect beauty, what Is commonly called locomotive have the fruit when we were there, and be arranged so that fires can be made

patriotic, up-to-dato. wood/ The quantity being ten cords to that Is the best of evldcoce. We do not on the Inside and thus raise the temper 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

(Subject: the acre. This can be cut and piled near know of an orange tree In this part of ature. It is Mr. Stetson's idea thatjnthisway Jnoltsonvillo

American Girl" the grove at an expense of about $1.50 the state from which five boxes of fruit the orunge tn-e can be crowded 3loxlci
"An
per cord. Dining November part of this could be picked except those in his and a greater yield obtained from the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE

One of the handsomest pieces of color wood is hauled and piled between tho grove.Mr.Kinney's. grove, which will be a good Investment

work issued this Lithographed, trees in the row. This Is done so that is not the only case of on tho cost of putting up the shed. In
year. all kinds of Seed and
We for Eating
headquarters rotators
cultivation be canted without firing for the members of this Volusia county v.111 give two are and n
with border of army anil Davy emblems can on protection, as way guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed
embossed in gold. Louve your name moving the wood. About thirty sticks the Horticultural Society,"at their meeting dlffeient methods of protecting from your Oianges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be plcaBcd.B35 .

with your druggist and ask him to save are put In each pile. About tho 15th of in Jacksonville, will remember bow freezes and as the cost of each Is so widely MARX BROTHERS
Jacksonville
you a copy, or send (I cents In stamps for December a general preparation is made enthusiastically Rev. D. O. Davles talked different, the experiment will be anxlonnly We only Sell to Dealers. mOH

one to C. I. IIOOl) & CO., for firing by "laying the wood" for the about his plan of filing, and how his trees watched by the orange growing

Lowell, Mass. fires. This consists of three sticks, one were saved. The example sot by the people, and the results will furnish very

(Mention this pn|> r.) < on the ground with tho ends of the other good man Is being followed by those now Interesting matter. Agriculturist. i.3IB ZLj T7" 3iv Sc CoJ

two resting on it, and a supply of kindling la charge of the property. As to its suaoess

HcmcmberHood's between. It is essential that the we publish part of n letter from his Catarrh Cannot be Cured DEALERS IX

wood and kindling be propeily prepaiecl, daugh tor dated J uly 22nd: With local applications, as they cannot JFMja.7Cria3.os SwTKlH.

Sarsopnrllla in so that It can be easily filed when it isneeded. "Florida and her possibilities lay very each the seat of the disease. CatairhIs 41T, 410 XT.
and y St.,
America** Greatest Medicine One pile Is put iq the center of close to his heart. He bad great faith a blood or constitutional disease,
take Internal
for the Jtlootl and tlieIlent each square or one for each tree. It isan In her future, and (mpiessed us with the In order remedies.to cure it Hall's you Catarrh must Cure is JACKSONVILLE, . FU

tiiat Money; Can Buy.lleuce easy matter so far, but just belief that It would be a very bright one. taken Internally, and acts directly on the

tuko Only Hood's. -WUKN TO FlttlS His method of protection by fire was a blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Campaign Arguments

And how much to fire requires the exercising success, as Is demonstrated by the outcome Cure is not a quack medicine. It
prescribed by one of the best physicians Don't "go" here. Like
was tl
of considerable judgment. InDooember of the this On his five
grove year. for and Is a
In this country years, promise made In the rainbow
when the trees are dormant it aore grove there are at the present wilting regular prescription. It Is composed of ,
you can depend the
does not require near the amount of fire about 2,400 boxes. Mr. E, II. Mote, the best tonics known, combined with upon autances

to carry trees and fruit safely through of this place, Bays that father's ten acre the best blood purifiers, acting directly made that our goods a
on the mucous suifaces. The perfect good goods, properly aged, of fi
as it would in February or March, when tangerine grove Is the prettiest thing In combination of the two Ingredients isis est flavor, and highest quality,
tha sap is up or possidly the trees Inbloom. the county. We are prepared for firing what produces such wondeiful results We've

.' On the approach of a cold wave hould another freeze come thuvwlnter. In curing catarrh. Send for4 testimonials, something partlculai
free. K. J. Chenby & Co., Props., flue In Mount Vernon Whisk,
In December a careful watch Is kept on When filing the thermometer showed a ,
Toledo O. It's thirst
a quencher and
,
the thermometer, several of which should difference of 10 degrees between the 75o. lnvlgtator
Sold by druggists, price of first water, Bupremalmcellence
be hung in different parts of the grove. north fire line and the interior of the
and reasonable in
When tblrty-two degrees are reached, grove. Hiram S. Maxim, the well known Inventor price.

fires should be started, commencing with Very sincerely, is by birth an American, but

every fourth pile. Should the mercury Clara Owen Davis." went to live in England because he did

show signs of going lower, light the Twenty-four'bundred boxes of oranges not believe the American government The Post of Responsibility.

middle remaining piles and oontinue to this year will pay for a good deal of fir gave him sufficient, protection for bisInventions.

light other piles until your thermometers ing. It would seem that this is the most .

show that the temperature of the feasible plan for the protection of our
grove
Is above the .danger point. These fires orange trees. After the wood was once WANTKD-SKVKRAL manage TRUSTWORTHY our business Per In The men on the manavarhriritfP

should be kept going till the prepared there need. be no further expense their own and nearby counties. It Is mainly
mercury oflloe work oomlncted at home. Salary straight have a tremendous responsllilh
outside of the grove has reached u point unless a cold wave put In an ai f 000 a year and expenses definite, bnnande, no UllUgC
more,nci leva salary. Monthly *"8. References.Knolose resting upon them. They are 11ibralus
above danger. The next day should be pearance, then It could be used.Mr. selfl of the machine., We hold tli
spent lnreplenlshing[ and renewing woodpiles John B. Stetson, of DeLand, is E. Hess, Pres., Dept.M,Chicago. great
strictly to account for the result of every battWe
so as to be In readiness for the second
want to be considered In identically tl
FREEZE PROTECTION FOR night if it continues cold. In February
A. HODGES. light with respect to the'IlKKR you bhere.
GROVES. If new growth has started or ...
We want to be held personally i
March, firing should be commenced when MANUFACTURER OF
strictly responsible that It is the best ybu

The one thing that has been uppermost the The mercury amount Indicates and continuance forty-two of degrees. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... buy.Address.
In the minds of the grower, during firing
orange dependlog entirely on the position of ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
the past six months, Is protection
mercury throughout the grove. As to Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In ,
protection from the blighting effects of the any part of Florida, would do well to w.ire for pricts. The saw mills are located G. MULLER & CO.,

the cold waves that wander tills way at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Jacksonville, FlaAgts
during the winter months, and whioh COST Or PKOTECTIOJT.It part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.Massee for Acme Biewlng tiTHE

have blighted one of the foremost industries can be safely put at not over1$25 per Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
acre for the season. Of this amount $15is
few It6ms
of the United States. A
published now and then has brought out for Wood. The past winter had more

enquiries from all parts of the state for oold spells than tho winter of '04 and '05, Lumber Company.

further information, especially since it requiring nine different filing. If the . SOUTHERN FUEL & SDPPLY Conpj
wood Is all
has become generally known that Mr. U. prepared, one man, can tend

three acres during the night, requiring Manufacturers Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber.
Park Kinney, of Plerson, Volusia county, Long Flooring
so successfully carried bis grove and another man during the day to replenish Wood Coal Coke Brick; Lime Cement
tlie wood and get piles In readlaess for ,
fruit through last winter's cold. With Ceiling Laths Shingles etc. Wholesale only.
"Iking. There will
undoubtedly be ,
,the purposo in view of getting the facts people
to try firing the coming wluter but Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
in the case, the writer visited Mr. Kinney's Bridge Timbers, Car Sills, Framing, Kiln-dried Finishing Board, Plain Weatherboarding -
If they fail it will likely be because they
place last May.We
fortunately found Mr. Kinney at have failed in some particular to get everything Beveled Weatheiboarding. 408 WeBt Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2''|

home and after announcing the purpose In readiness or to start the fires Mills at Kerns, Dooly County, Ga.

of our visit Mr. Kinney applogetloally at the right time, or have enough wood Address: 447 Third Street, MACON, GA. J..K. MUNNERLYN, General Manafter.l

aid: "1 haven't much here but you are on band and close by. A failure in anyone
of these would be
disastrous. Mr.
welcome to see all I have.
After a short visit in the shade of his Kinney has certainly done a good work IF I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock ofr
for the future of the WHEN IN NEED OF.
orange Industry,
veranda we walked out among the tiees
and this is and while we hope there will be no further + HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

need of fire protection we trust that
WHAT WE SAW.

Orange trees twelve to fifteen feet high this method may be the salvation of Lumber Hardware and Paints Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,Gnt

loaded with ilpe fruit and showing but many groves, .should we be visited by t tew are, doors, sasb and blinds, and Builders* Hardware, water coolers, ice creafreezers.
vory little effects of the '04, blizzard, and another "scorcher." Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroeine oil stoves, garden tool

none of the '07 cold. The soars had been Wa have been asked many times since plows and barrows, paints and oils. Fruit Jars ad Jelly glasses, poultry netui

so completely covered up that only those our visit to Mr. Kinney If we really Or anything in the line of Building Material and barbed wire,

who are well acquainted with what the thought that his firing saved the grove, Harrison Bros* Beady Mixed. Paints.

cold did could tell that" the trees had orwas It a "streak of luck?" While we or House Furnishing goods Tinning or Please Write *ne for Prices. i respectfully ?'' ;
boon at all nlppod. Not only' were the tloniof yonr patronage. Mail orders given froiupt and Careful Atteution, and Inqumn
prices answered promptly.
trees loaded with ripe fruit of last year's Plumbing do not fail to write sue. ma. oiEVcnoisrt."West .
Most women approacTatbe ,
crop but green fruit of this year's growth.Orape .
critical Fit
period of
Beach
fruit still hung from the branches, motherhood for the first Palm ,

lime, lemon, kurnquat and citron troesin time with a sense of EDWARD STILI1TC
dread and
foreboding
bloom and fruit; tangerines hung in Lit the ruthless ,

large clusters, and many other signs to hand of
how that Old Boreas had been warded death snatch should them 'TnE BRICK STORE," Magnolia Grocery....

off in some'way, and that the citrus family way and leave OOOO-A., XxxcaLleixx Hlvox*, apTi/v.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
had been ablo to get through the the expectant

past winter without any serious damage. motherless.little darling But SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

All of this, of course, increased the delre no fortifies woman herself who l'ulatka, Fla. E. Hay St., Foot of Catherine.
*> to know more about the method of
with the pound.
strengthening Butterlne, 14cts. per
saving the trees.It power of Dr. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY Write v.111 please j
which
Pierce's Favorite Prescription or call for oar Cash Tiioe List,
so happened that the writer visited ,
need feel 102 Main and. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
33 West Streets
cold one Instant's misgiving Forsyth ,
this place Just after the 04 and about either herself Manufacturers of
found well or the prospective little one. Telephone No. 255.
Mr. Kinney pretty worn out This matchless "
Prescription will
give
from the work of firing and feeling discouraged her exactly the kind of healthy vitality' Lumber
and
over the outlook. He bad she needs and at the time she needs itmost. Cypress Shingles Lath. #
It will give elastic endurance to ,
saved some of his best trees but thought the entire delicate organism involved inmotherhood. EASY RIDING.
that to save a grove one need have an It will make the coming of A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

army of men at bis command. In a subsequent baby free from abaolutly pain.It .free from danger and nearly lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress All the time and speed whdn you

talk with him, he thought of will insure the baby's start In life by mouldings of all patterns a specialty. want It Is a great feature ofSy

advertising his place for sale and different imparting, through its influence upon the When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see lis.
mother, that sturdy infantile vigor which
plans were gone over. We mention gladdens a mother's heart. It is the only
this to show the different position he medicine which ean be implicitly relied

takes now after having the experience upon expressly for this designed purpose :by and an the educated only remedy ex.perienced . Yon Save Here are some Keating points for your consideration:

of two winters, one of which-was, as we physician to give perfect health can Money The Frame makes
and strength to the delicate, special organ, itSTRONG..
all know, very oold. He now says that ism of women.Mr. .

he not only does not want to sell, but Joseph Ramsey,of Williams.Colleton Co The Construction makes it
that If he waa 10 years younger be would ft. C, writes! "I have been using- your medicines DURABLE.
lor some time and am happy to aay that -
put out a ton aoro grove just as soon as they have done all that you claim for them, t toCHjilS.
think they have oo equal In the world. I would The Bearings give It
that there is
possible, believing more advise all
women hilo in a delicate state SPEED.The .
money to the man now who does protect to use Dr. rime's favorite Imcnpttoa. It ID. ZE3IESOT7-Of3'Z\'
shortens the time of hirth and makes the labor ,
Ills grove .than there- would be If there easier. My wife la the mother of fire children Double Roller Chain FLTUp
and she euff red atmoat death In the birth of MAKES IT
lad been no cold. The cost per aore to them until tr'a laat onei the time of birth waa LOTUS, FIsOXI TT>A,
protect the grove by fire is small compared short Favorite,and Prescription.labor eaay,from,' the use of__tor.Pierce'a hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

with the Increased prices received Dr. Pierre's Common Sense Medical Adviser FOR QUOTATIONS ON It has No Equal. 6-
from fruit, and he believes It is the small used to sell for $1.30, now it is free. Send for Catalogue.KEATING.

Kroner of three to five acres that will be ordinary It tells all disease about*. the Several home-treatment chapters are of crate Material. WHEEL COMPANY,

the most successful, as he will be able, devoted to the diseases of women. For a Seeds Fertilizers &

ia most cases with bis family alone, todo paper.covered copy tni *t one-cent Middletown, Conn.
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to
the firing and thus be Independent of the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
outside aid. Ia our conversation with tion, Baftalo. N. Y.t Cloth binding. 31stamps. Dealer la Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.Xaf .

hint on the subject we gleaned the fol obtained. In"Favorite any good'Prescription"medicine store.can be If you needa Stove write for prices. The ADYOGATE does neat, clean Job Printing.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 9. 18 8


professional Cards. THE FISHING INDUSTRY INM A FIERCE SNAKE

FLORIDA. FIGHT.A Spain's Greatest Need.Mi. .

ROBBIKS. WAI.TXB 8. OtUBAM. 11. P. Olivia, or Urtioulona Choice .
col respondent Bonds .Spain,
the
SJoBBINS A GRAHAM, to the following speuda his Inleis at Aiken, S. {}. Vi.k Wines, Liquors
New SMTiiVA, Fla., Deo. 6, 1S08.To Advocate for publication: nerves had caused seveiu pams In the
The following Is back of his . and Cigars,
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW tha an account of a snake head. On using Electio|
County Comminriotwri and Municipal fight witnessed Hltteis, Ammica's Guaranteed
by a hunter In Floiida greatest lilix>d and Pure.
rimes nouns i: From 10 to 12 a. m., Officers of the Incorporated citU't tin J "I was : Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him.
and 2 to 4 p. m.XrrcsviLLB towns of the Eaitem Section of Flortdh in testing near one of the lagoons lie says this grand medicine Is what his Old Sold at reduced
: South
FloiIda, one day about country needs. Running Sores pilcea
Brevard Co., Floiida.P noon, All America knows that
0. "*' 10*' The highest ambition of a public of after'a morning spent in hunting. It it cuies liver and kidney tumble, puri Imported

Will praotlos In U tha oourts state and fed ficer should be to merit approbation of was a clear, beautiful day, and, after fies the blood, tones up the stomach,' Tokay Win*,

"jLclal fnoilitlss for axsmlnlng and perfeotUgliwa those by whom he has been appointed or finishing a light luncheon, I had my at and strengthens new life the Into nerves, puts vim, -vigor Itching, Scratching from Italy,

titles. elected, and this only can be accomplished tention attracted by a slight movement and organ of the body.eveiy If musclevonerve weak, tlu-d John < B. Togni *

by application of the necessary in the uudeibrush about ton feet back ofme. or ailing you need -It. .Every bottle .

INOK S. JONES, time and thought requisite to the necessities I staitotl a little upon seeing nn S.guaianteed Chaffee only 50 cents. Sold ,by F. czema Metropolitan Saloon, 121 East Bay SU,

of the conditions for which be enormous diamond-backed rattlesnake druggist. JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.Wholesnlo .

ATTORNEYATLAW.riTPSVILLE has been appointed, whereby the best stietched out in tho sun* It bad evi f ami Itetail......

BREVARD CO, FLA interests of the public-may be temporarily dently been asleep and was just waking Admiral Dewey was at one time In

and permanently secuied.As up from its slumber. Before I could command of the historio old ship Constitution Blood Poison The Largest and Most Complete

County Judge of Brevard County. you aie awnre, after the closing of shoot, the appearance of a tine large of Revolutionary fame. It was Establishment South.GEO. .

the National Fishery, held at Tampa, blarksnako this time, made me hositate. back iu the sixties., frorfiielnc I.trSor tha following ytnDtnmst Falllnar

GAULDEX, Florida, January 10th to 24th, 1808, the It moiely raised Its head and immediate Hans Richter has taken the oath asan Hllrrof.llons. Pustules. (hi-oat.Nwollon tha and Joints fJliwra i|.f n tha<1a Kriii Nltln>- S. HACKER
,
D.L. appointments a Board of Fish Commissioners ly began to move, but the blacksnake honorary citizen of Vienna, accept Itvna l'alns. ato.Ulcers. llhauutatlsiu.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, became a necessity, in order stopped in Its jouruoy and looked stead ing the freedom, of the city, which was

Will nraotloe In all the Conrts of the State to properly consider the best methods to ily at her, as if measurlug Its strength. presented to him some time ago.Vour Scrofula

I of Florida,aud tha United States Courts.p preserve and protect tho fish and oyster The two then becamo very angry, and ,

0.Box,2M. TITUBVIIXE, FLA. industries with which our favored State their boad-liko eyes seemed to emit bnngrer Now Running Sore Eyes

Money te Loan. 18 of Florida has boen so bountifully provided sparks of fire.

as well as to see that the laws "For nearly a minute the two remained Is from the overworked condition of the Are eoiad bv

M. GOLDSMITH, passed In .relation thereto, should be in this attitude, the rattler colled liver and kidneys which are unable to BOTANIC DLOOP BALM (B. B. B.
ready to stilke expel impolitic* froln the blood. This %/t* Great Blood
properly enforoed. Also to attend to and the blacksnake with causes rheumatism. Hood's Remedy.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW other necessary duties coming within head quivering with suppressed emotion been wonderfully successful Sarsaparillahas in cur- Ill above
their jurisdiction. as it moved from side to ing this disease. It eased named diseasea are all due to dis
In accordance with side. Then the neutralizes the add irertns floating around in tlie bloud* These
the laws challenge seemed in the blood and permanently cures the icerma make their appearance on the body
to be at the
Tltmville, Florida.C made and provided, two appointments accepted, and aches and pains which other point of least resistance. I otlons and salvos
medicines
were made, that of myself the blacksnake suddenly darted in a fail to relieve. Hood's mayholp temporarily, but to effect a cure the

on May 6,1808, also Mr. John G. Ruge, curve toward the rattler, but the curve the best winter medicine because Sarsapaitlla it puri Is why poison H.must HIf. H be Iliitanio frot out UIimmI of the Halm b'ood cures,and that is MANUFACTURERS OF

J. WEBB, of Apalacblcola, Fla., some weeks later.Tho did not bring theMong trailing body fies, em Iclies and vitalizes the blood. Uuees. II.blofftl H. literally diseases drives) out tile of poison the blood(which pro- Doors Sash Blinds
It ,
third member of this Commission within reach of the deadly fangs. With gives help just where help Is needed. and body, leavlnu Hash as pure as,anew bones ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, has not at this date been rapid motions, the blacksnake It tones the stomach, stimulates the Is born this babe's kind,and leaves no bad after efteota.tha It Moulding &
appointed, begrfh to liver, and arouses and sustains the kid of a oure that counts, It cures to Building Material.
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th but will move aiound the stay cured
Circuit Taxes in all probability, ,be from the colled rattler invarioussized neys. It wards oft pneumonia, fevers,
rents and accounts paid for collected.Tltuavllle nonresidentsiod southern gulf coast of the state, thereby circles, now narrowing them bronchetls, eolds, ooughs and the grip. Scrofulous Hotanlo Poison of the ltlood. Office A Warerooins, King, opposite
and Blood Ralm (II. B. H ) cures all Scro Cannon Street.Charleston .
giving the majority to the west coast by now broadening them. The rattler fulous aud other poisonous conditions of tha
Florida.T virtue of its twisted Its body blood. In either sex or at any aire of life,
Increased sea-board area of slightly to keep Its eyes Mates Vrons The Jewelsre* Clrewlafw ter of how loupe standing, bow previously no mat nils- S. C.

approximately six hundred and seventy- upon the enemy, striking now and then Among treated, how obstinate,how neu-leotad, or now

0. FRIES, C. E. five miles to four hundred and seventy- as the curves brought the black reptile fall trade are new large earrings pearls prepared mounted for the as aoqulred.Sores, Bolls, Tumors. Sash Weights, Cord and

COUNTY SURVEYOR. five miles of the Eastern Coast of Florida close to it. But the blaoksnake was too flower bods, turquoises surrounded with Hotanlo Blood Batm (B. B.K.)cures all Sores,

making In all about eleven hundred quick In Its movements. Round and brilliants, solitaires and gold hoops ulcerations,Eruptions, Holla, Tumors and other Hardware.
external
land legally surveyed and sub-divided. and fifty miles of coast line for the entire round It flew until Its body seemed to with one large ruby, diamond or other Jf Your evidences of blood taint.
Clood
Happing neatly done. Estimates for state, or about one-half of the Atlantic lengthen out Into one circle of black. It stone snnk in the oenter. Specific lias a Taint* of Window and Fancy Class

kinds of engineering works. coast line of the United States. made me dizzy to watch the reptile, and Many of the latest watohes are small You should lose no time Poisoning In having It A SPECIALTY.BO .
Dis
er even thau out. Our
With this the rattler's head seemed heretofore, some being wonderful Bo tan I o ltlood
rated statement before us we cannot to sway un* Balm (H.H. B ) will do
lines a specialty.TBsviLLR hardly more than this for you speedily,
tiny charms In thorouirhly aud
easily as if affected size, Anally.
fall to note the available resouroes, In the same way by and no artiole in So long as tha virus remains. It will keep burrowing -
the
Brevard Co. which if the strange evolutions of its jeweler's (took Into tissue, nerve and musole, even Into YEARS'EXPERIENCE
; Florida."EOROE properly protected, will continue adversary. bows more varied and original designs. the bones, and you never know when
or now
to affoid a revenue for all time to The strikes of the rattler became more Jeweled buttons will violently It wlllltrenk forth. You may not think
undoubtedly be union of a sore on tha faoe,
a
W. ALLEN, come, but If neglected and left subject frequent, desperate, and less accurate, feature vof the new satin and silk the uloeratlng throat, but either cine pimply of them skin may or an be

to the depredations and encroachments and once or twice It neaily lost Its balance coats, mock gems and semiprecious ditions outcrop of far.inure dangerous Internal con

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of law-breaking persons, the 'natural after a vioious dive."But tones being used when gennine jewels Blood Should folson any one be afflloted with any atan of

lev West rights of the people will suffer, as well the blaoksnake never once chang are unattainable. Rheumatism, ,old Hcrofnla Cloers, Scrofulous and Sores.SwollinRS Tumors,,

Florida. as those who succeed us. In assuming ed his luetics. Swifter and swifter Its Mow that bracelets are becoming more Skin tarrh,Diseases Mercurial, Kidney Troubles, Krsema, Ca
Poison,
Will praotloe in the United States the position of one-of the Fish Commissioners lithe body seemed to move, until the ratler lender, two, three or more can be and broken down constitutions or Tetter any,other Soaldhead dlseaiw,
id
State Courts. are worn at onoe, caused by impure blood, B. 3 B. Uotanlo
OjunOSR. for the State of Florida, Ipeisonally waa unable to follow it with any degree llalra-wlll oure you after every other known Blood
of aoouraoy. Then Fascinating little brooches illustrate remade haa failed. Can be taken with
feel the which suddenly without perfect
responsibility
safety. It leaves
\ F. very possible variation of star circle no harmful results nor bad otlvaant
H. noUOUTON rests warning, there was a ,, after effects. II. II. B.ls the
upon me In my endeavor to meet change. The and insect. manent Blood only quick and per free. Oldest ajrency for aeourlnsipatents.

the approbation of those' whom I am black circle suddenly curved sharply toward Turquoise "pave" work is attractive test it In any ease.lliririeron Prairiclsts earth.sell One II B.bottle H.at will*1 tpteiti Patents natif taken, without throosn ehanra.alunn la the* Co. receive

serving, and in this Address the the oenter. The blacksnake had in heart per large bottle, or send direct to us and we will
DENTIST. request shaped lockets, small charms, ship to any twine, all oharu-ea prepaid, six larire Scientific American
co-operation of the Boards of County made a dive at Its dizzy adversary, and pins, etc does bottles on receipt of Sfl. Ilemenilier, II B. II. ,
Daytona, Commissioners of their when the two struggled together ina The Book not riUCE contain, mineral or vegetable poison A handsomely of Illustrated weakly, rarwest elroulatlon
Florida.fALPUE. respective counties dainty beaded border is niuoli any sclsntuio Journal, Tsrms, Ss a>
well heap a moment later, I could that used in finest fear I four months,(1. Sola by ell newsdaalsra.
as as the municipal officers of see silver tableware. "
SMITH the Incorporated cities within the area the blaoksnake bad the rattler by the 6L00D BALM CO. Atlanta, Ga. Co1"*, ,M*'"''' nw V,
M.D.rnrsiciAN } ,
throat In such flloe at a at*Washlocton,D,i ilA
of the territory I lepresent. Owing to a way that the poisonous Reflections of Machel r Verbatim.

and the non-appointment of the third Commissioner fangs were useless. In this position the The sage who said that a woman is *

In surgeon.peclallat and the enforced absence ofmy two twisted and squlimed around on the like (I wish those children would Palmetto Drug1 Store, Daytona. i r CyJEsA0MJ\ rmviAtUBBEfl \>\

Genital, Urinary an Rectal associate in the north, as well as the ground.until finally the lithe blacksnake leave my books alone I) TAMPS f WHV NOT HAV5 YOUf

Diseases. unoiganlzed condition of the Commission had wrapped Its body around the thick When marriage is a failure, it is because Drugs, medicines, ohemloals, fine toilet UMII I* WuRKOONE'lVCfUfCrd
Located at Placlde one of its adversary. Tighter and (Well, Maria, I think it's m soaps, brushes, eombs, perfumery and llelL.:. CHEAPANOARELWBll
Hotel at for until tighter fancy
present, reasons given, great mistake to give babies toilet artioles In great variety.
MK80.NVILLB the return of Mr. In the coils weie drawn while the jaws so much M. mi C FIRM.STCCHOirS.WAl
Florida.JR. Ruge December, I paregoric,) IIusToir, propr.A LA\La) SCALS.flrlASS CHECKS,
consider It my duty to anticipate a few seemed to be looked eternally into the Tbe love of a good woman is apreoicms >',< -'., i yl WRITCKSSUWIES

C. n. PEETE, of the essential features that will arise throat of the rattler. For nearly ten as (Well, that Smith baby Narrow Escape. BIGGEST PLAN
that minutes they rolled around In this teems to suit the Smiths ]
on occasion and ascertain the way, but I'll be Thankful
BTE, EAR, NOSEJand THROAT. wishes of those in harmony with our and then the struggle grew weaker until tanged if he'd suit me.) E. Hurt, of Oroton words ,written 8. D. by"Was Mrs.taken Ada IN THE SOUTH

State Executive, Gov. Bloxhsm, to the rattler stretched out as If dead. The The average husband thinks that with a bad cold which settled
568 Cherry Street, whose call the National Congress conqueror, however, did not loosen Its (Why, of course. They were married lungs j cough set In and Anally terminat on my
Fishery
hold on the throat until the body was three years before we were.) ed In consumption. Four doctors Indian Itlver A tlay Hlscajrne Inland Nsvm
Macon, Ga.MM. came Into existence, thereby promulgating quiet except for the wriggling of the Up When yon see a girl (Great heav me up, saying I could live but short(rave {gallon Company.

to the civilized world the of the tall. Then It let go, and after ens I Bobbie most 'nave fallen down time.. I gave myself np to my Saviour
McL. DANCY, D. D. L: maritime resources of the Stat* of Florida circling around the dead body several stairs!) determined If I could not stay with Commencing '
times it slunk ray Monday Oot. 10 08 the
away In the friends earth ,
Graduate and now'by organized effort endeavoring swamp. The prettiest girl in the oburch choir sent on I would meet ray ab steamer 8t. Augustine will leave Tltuavllle
of Philadelphia College of utilize fa not always the (All ones above. My husband waa ad Mondays and Wednesdays
to them, economically The 3-year-old Bob right, Maria, vised to get Dr. at 5:30
"Keon, class 1872. pacer Fitrilmmons have King's New Discovery p. m.; arrive at St. Luole
Perfect your own I River
operations and way We'II"see who'sright for Tuesday*
Groined. judiciously for the public good.. is sustaining the reputation of bla name Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I and Thursdays. Leave
in
the St. Lucie River
sake. long run.) New York gave It a trial
1 The Importance of the protection of the took In all eight bottles. Tuesdays and
Laura Truth. Thursdays arrive
; at
8t It has
Jacksomville oured me and
Fba.POTTON publiofisb and game Interests of the several saved and now, a well thank and Ood, 1 am Tltusvllle Wednesdays and Saturday*.

states is apparent, when It Is known woman." Tilal bottles free healthy
at F, 8.
that they are all protected by rigid laws Chaffee's di ug store. Regular size, 60o WANTrD-MKYERAI,TRUSTWORTHY Per

and competent Commissioners to secure Endorsed by.the Governor. and (I. Ouaranteod or price refunded. their own and nearby onnntlea.manage our It business Is mainly m

their enforcement. Should Florida, otlloo work ooniluuteil at noma. Salary straight
Wet Virginia's ehief magistrate two a year anil expenses definite, bonaAde,
possessing many times the natural advantages rtcomnunds P-ru-na, the National Catarrh The Lemonade more, no less salary. Monthly S70. Referenoea.nn
Mae
Remedy and Nerve Hepea Otherwise. Knolose self-sililresse Tonic stamped
of her sister states, allow her bert a. Hess envelope, Her
"Thirty days hath September," and ,rrest.,Dept.M, Chicago.
waters, her forests and her everglades tobe It is hoped that all will not be aa warm

depopulated of their native denizens? EPRESENTATIVE MEN as the first one. Pittsburg CbrotiioleTelegraph. BOLICtTORS WANTED EVERY

*VfOFT It Is hoped not for the sake of those of by Murat WHERE llalnteail for "TheHtory, commissioned of the 1'hillr.pines.by the. Oov-"

our children who are to live after us.It are slow to speak for publication.1 This la be A Week, eminent. aa OAlnlal Historian to the war Uepartmsnt. -
a Month The book
Seine Twines cause their or a Lifetime. waa written In
Is, therefore, desired as a preliminary influence it so great. Tha endorse The honeymoon Ban Franiisoo, on the PnolHo with army General camps Alerrltt at
A ment of Governors, Senators lusts with a oonpla to In the hospitals at -
Perfect STURGEON TWINE. to the subject before us, that the guarantees merit. Publlo and Congressmen long aa tbey con-sit alone together and In the Amerloan trenches HonolnlulnHonr at Maulla, In|the Rons InSargent ;-.
words
[ CABLE C0R08 vaiious officials In their respective localities such prominent of praise from not look bored. Atchison Olobe. the eamps with Atuinalil| ,on the deck of
and MACRAME.
officials
Olympla with ,
must bo based on positive Dewey and In the roar uf the
J-EMORY meet, and In such manner as they knowledge. The battle at the fall of Manila. Ijoannsa for
JOHNSON recognition which agents
o.. the catarrh Hrlmful of *
a as* Ms* Pe-ro-na remedy Curiosity, original pictures'When by
think best, tabulate their suggestions is govern.
MOODUS CONN.RY5 constantly receiving by men of national ment photographers on he> Spot. Large book.
relative to the necessities of their respective fame ia very gratifying. Among recent letters from el Ijow ven prices, prop, lllir all profits trashy unnftlolal frelirht paid. Credit

localities, for the Information of the persons of eminence is the following from Governor Outfit free. Address.V.T.Jiarber, H war o-y books.Hear

Fish Commission for the State of Florida Atkinson of West Virginia. The governor says: Insurants Bldjr., Chlosgo.

?? upon their organization at an eailydate. CharlistoX, West Vs., March 0,180. The postmaster at South Boston, II,
Owing to the lack of an The Pe-ru-na Mtdicme
appropriation Co., Columbus, O. S. Tread well, says that General
by the legislature for the benefit OesrrXkMEw: "I can recommend then Weyler,
your pro a man
young was In his
orthe Fish Commission, it becomes scription Fe-ru-na as tonic Its reputation for several, employ
months
as a cure for In 1873 at a salary
SEEDS necessary to utilize the present method been nsed catarrh is excellent, it having of $? a week. .
by number
of communication, which Is presumed a of people known to
me with tha
very beat results."
will seoure all necessary Information, Very truly.Gov. Tliat Tlironbtnjr Iferwlnclio
which should be received as soon aspossible.
O.Wt Anuxso* Would quickly leave vnu |f you used
; Dr. King's Jw Life PlllsJ
lnJuio "lw
V y on li It. Catarrh Is the Thousand*
Very truly yours, national disease. Not of sufferers hate proved their- matchless
an American family is free from merit for sick and
JT J.nnoalis it. nervous headaches.
bl frve. JOHN Y. DETWILEB,
y rr KII VAC* The search for relief and cure Is They make pure blood and
con strong
Fla. Fish Commissioner. stant. Experiments of all kinds are Farmer Iloeoorn Say, neighbor p r< and build up v>ur health. Easy to nerve take.*

continually made without result for kins, will you lend me a cow for Try them. Only 2.cents.. Money back

A,Frightful Blunder good. Ignorance) of.thai'cause* and week Farmer or so? If not rured. Sold by F, S. Chaffee,

Ll * nature of catarrh Is universal. Catarrh Perkins No, but I can lend draggist.
Cure-No Pay.vir Will often cause a horrible buva, ia elusive, persistent yon some milk. Will that do}
:
scald bruise. Bucklen's Anile*. penetrating. It
** *''I cut or may exist in' Farmer Iloeoorn SketoeJy. Pre Lieutenant Yates, of the Third
Lanark
8 druggists sell any organ of the got
the world will kill the
T Halve, the best In body. all tha
1' U riaTA ,f1 LESS,CniLL TONIC pain and promptly beal it. Cures old For this national malady there exists of them condensed milk I want, but some volunteers, the winner of the queen'sprize

ChL nd Qunn, > sores, fever sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, the national acientifle remedy Pe-ru-nsv cow it cornea city from.-boarders want to see the at Bistey, Is 4:1: yenrs of age, a tee nM
tasteless corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure which for forty years has been doing a New York Journal.Mrs. totaler, non-smoker and a cork mnu
on earth. Only Mctt. ** < " grand work. faotorer.
nauseating Gov. O. W Atxisbowef
0
tonics. Price, 80cIT guaranteed. Sold by F. 8. Chaffee, Wast Vksiala. Pe-m-na la the unflinching foe of They Wilt Say Is.

druggist. catarrh and overcomes it wherever Peck Henry, when I married Learn to sav "wo" when
**' hS! L _____ it a dealer
It is the
TRUSTWORTHY Peri"s Htr exist. prescription of Dr. Hartnaan, president of offer* yon something "Just
? ni iJU """aa* our business Hotel, Columbus, O., who gives the Surgical Mr, Peck There I'm place of Hood' as o-ood" In
l7w lossltTbyoHn" personal attention glad SarsaparlUa.
< m lnly Terence V. Fowderly, the commissioner without charge, to yoo've There can
I**"tpsniiL ,";?*. tary stralgnt ague genera*of Immigration, was mayor of Tolumlnona correspondence on the subject of catarrhal diseases. Dr. Uarte a- made A up your mind to admit it at last. be medicine no substitute* for Amsrioa's greatest
books on catarrh are mailed moment later the
ffUrasss?!?. "t fcs'araneaaEn- Scranton about 18 year* ago and wu on application. All druggists eell Pe-ru-na. him running down the neighbors saw
street
without -
then the Idol of the coal miners. Ask any draggist for s free Pe-rn-na Almanac for the year 1800. hi* hat. Chicago News. ache IIood's Pill* oure nausea, sick head
billlousnas
29 cents. and all liver Ills. Price)







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-f INDIAN RIYER ADYOCATE. 4iVHKLT There is said to be a school for Eau Gallie. do not use our fi tends for that kind of a

girls at Willlamston, S. C, in target.Theflieplace. Indian River Real Estate AgemTITUSVILLE

which one""subject Is taught at a seems to be the right
DZVZLOrHBHT -
TO TBJI
DBVOTED
JOURNAL Miss Annie Goode, of Melbourne, vis- thing at the right time, about novr. We
time until the book that
text
on
OF TH IKDIAM &IVBB UBIWOttTH fted than
friends mors
beie Sunday.It appreciate these comforts
AND BISOATXB B+V SaCTlOMS. subject is mastered. How would those living where artificial bent Is a FLA.
that in Brevard Is rumoied that we are tp have a during the lonjr, cold
system'work county constant necessity
Address all communlofctlons to masquerade ball New Years eve.Mrs. Is it
Wliy
? winters; here It Is a luxury.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and Miss Uaslehurst, of Melbourne that the greatest comfoits become commonplace YOU would do well if you have propeity to sell and want It
TlTOSVILLS, FLOBIDA.FVBLIBKID visited our town last Saturday.A through constant usage, so advertised In
The Third Annual Congress of that we seem to lose sight of them and paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at one
Mothers will meet at Washington arrived It.on Turner Monday's, of Grand train Rapids and is, Mich., they beoome to us simply s necessities, this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.jar .
EVERY FBIDAY.CMABLBH a guest and not at fiist such great blosslngs sales'will probably be made this winter
ft in February, but it is not stated of Hotel Uranada.Capt. as Many by this Agency. Whjyours.
for us to enjoy?
who will look after their babies Vogel and Capt. Spencer were .
H. WAl/roa, Editor & rroprlotor Is the lesson
and again
while they are away at the convert hefe Saturday inspecting the steamers Over over settler, when too PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to tin nn
learned by every new ORANGE add VEGETABLE LANDS, *2.00 to $20.00
tion. Spartan, Kathleen and Silver King, windbreaks herein per acie.
Discontinuance of adrU. must tie made personally latejtbat we must have Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile
ftm Mr. and Mrs. John and, in fact, everything north of
F. Smith
of Chicago order to grow trees;
and
writing. Gallic first-class for
At(hi*office or by ; oranges, pineapples vegetables. Price, $1,000
A woman scientist claims that arrived here last Saturday, and are does much betrer when protected ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, CO miles south of Titusvllle. Will pav si mm
and most particularly ,
once more occupying their comfortable from the wind,
and next. Price
$i,000 $7,000.
bo mad payable to Charles the coming woman will be bald* Ave.Mr. which seems to have year
Check,etc. may cottage on Highland the sea breeee, HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusvllle, from $5 to $25
per acre.
H. Waltow,publisher and proprietor headed. Well, married men have and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, of Chicago, a blasting effect upon influence.nearly all crops It is One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2T miles west of Titusvllle, cod
been patient and long-suffering, who occupied one of the Gilbert cottages fully exposed to Its replace the pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.
to
U. S. Department of Agriculture and it is only to be expected that, last season, arrived Monday and are either natural slow growths or expensive which would furnUh a
sooner or later, the worm will turn. stopping at Hotel Granada. good wind-break In most places by leaving
"Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. Engineer John Tompkins left here a good margin uncleared.

Dame Rumob it has been Sunday for Miami, where he wtll go on
The following i a comparative statement says the steamer Blscayne. Engineer Thompson
of temperature and rainfall for the definitely settled that President relieved blm.on the steamer Court
week ending Tuesday, Dee. 6,1898, McKinley will, in his annual mess* ney. THE STATE COLLEGE Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal ai
,
age to congress, recommend that Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kitchell, ,
the regular army be increased to two sons. We are sorry to state that
Fla. Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden
Lake City Seed
100,000 men, and that he will indorse only one was born alive. 'The mother arriving Fr

the recommendation of Secretary and surviving child are doing nicely. Offers to both sexes a good education

Long that three battleships along the lines of modern thought land all the time.

and twelve cruisers be built, and Waveland.Mr. activity.
Military and Industrlal for Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects
and be Scientific, Literary, Agent Gray ; Harmless to man
20,000 men 3,600 boys enlisted departments. Most complete beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forquotath
Total rainfall for tlie week: 2.05 Inches in.the navy.A Raoey has added, one more horse outfit of apparatus. Expenses "edto Lowest cash prices.
to his stables, said to be a fine traveler.' Telegraphy,
Departure from normal rainfall for the a minimum. Shorthand, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
mCHAS.
week: minus 0.39 inches. Departure matrimonial project, which The Chrlitmiia tree preparations are Book-keeping taught frbk.' ,
from normal rainfall since January 1, lead to important and favorable progressing iacely, and a pleasant time Send for a new catalogue to,
aslnus 18.29 Inches. may Is piomised to all.No .
Observer.An results to all concerned, is the W. F. lOCUH, President,
W. CitoNK
.1. ,
did not commit those N. WELSHANS
we
plan for the marriage of a son of sarcasms LAKE CITY, FLA. .
published In another paper recently, and ,
Don Carlos to the sister of the

article of interest to flsber- youthful king of Spain. This

men will be found on our 3rd page. would be the'easiest way to settle CEMENf BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTE
,
,
Bead it.Chacncey. the differences between the two THE MAPESMANURES. Season. 189899..
dynasties, and give something like
lasting peace to the country with They have been the Standard ** HAIR AND LATH. *
M. Dbvkw Is the
whom have been at
we war. 20
choice of the members of the legislatiire Fertilizers for State Agent L. & Ml Paints and. Oils.

from New York and Brook* years In Florida.My .
lyn for United States Senator. The proceedings of the eleventh Old 'Phone 8. )u* 13 nogaa Strc
annual meeting of the Florida
State Horticultural Society, held ... JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

The attention of our Town Council at Orlando in May, 1898, is now in
is called to the city wharf, book form. It is full of.useful and

which needs a few planks. A"stitch valuable Information on various

in time saves nine." subjects qf great interest' to farm/ Fertilizers re as sd aa Mapes. . .HAMMOND PACKING CO..,

era, who certainly should get acopy. They all .
qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence..The
The Philadelphia Saturday Even* The price is only $1, and
ing Post is added to our exchange copies of the report may be obtained Mapes put the money in the pockets of the growers. (Formeily The G. II. Hammond Co.)

list with pleasure. It is a 16-page of Mr, II. G. Hastings, secretary OUR SPECIALTIES :
illustrated paper, full of excellent Interlachen, Fla. Vegetables, Strawberries, Oiange and other Fruit Trees.

reading matter. Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco"Coin

Advertisers must remember that Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
The London Mail says that our before direct results can be obtained What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been
hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
offer to Spain of $20,000,000 as.an from an ad. It has got to do the Mapes Agent in Florida over Twenty Tears.I .
indemnity is an example of surprising the missionary work of educating leaf lard.
I have SOld Millions of Dnl'ars woith of their goods to Thousands of
the the
generosity on part of people to the factithat his Homemade lard."Peerless"
the United States Consumers all over Ihe State. Of iall'these thousands not one single consumer pure .
government. store is just as good, and just as
Great Britain is with us heait and reliable as bis better-known com has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. compound lard, sausages

soul in this matter.It petitors. And when you remember The best yields. The best keeping qualities. and all Packing House Products,

the reason why his competitors are The most reliable in drouths.
would not be amiss if a few better known is because- they ad* FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonrille, F FJ3T

more of our residents would cleanup vertlse to secure their reputation Always the best prices in all the markets.
Write us for quotations, and will be .
pleased.a
you
their sidewalks, which look any* and standing, and are still advertising
thing, but inviting. All weeds in order to hold this ground, Read the following. It covers all these points ; *

should be removed without delay, you can better understand the "Oiiangr Park, Fla., August 27th, 1808."MR. I JEWELED.

and our Town Council should com,* hard, up-hill work the missionary J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: WATCHES CLOCKS
pel property owners to attend to ads. have to do. .Look at Jack 'Dear Sir: I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many ,
this matter. sonville's live business men. Note years with Indiffeient success. You have often tiled to Induce me to use
how they advertise In the Advocate. Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they Diamond
cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson tome. Jewelry
Many of Brevard county's bust* They certainly deserve tobe I bad most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff ,
ness men say they do not believe patronized. has always sold at once at the highest maiket price. I was especially fortunate Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Preset
on watermelons. My crop wss all large and choice. Customers were waiting ,
in advertising; but they want a for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
good newspaper to help build up From various reports received at neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REFO]
the country. They are something the Advocate office, those who had cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offeilng them at from fire to
like the man who wanted bis Wife charge of the various departments ,, ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I Silverware A SPECIALTY.
had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes."Very .
connected with Jacksonville's
him dinner
to extra great
an good
get ,
Truly Tours, J. L. MOORE." Spectacles and Eyeglasses. RILES, I
Charges paid one R. J.
way.
but failed to furnish the cash orfood. event, undoubtedly deserve the
heartiest commendations. The metropolis ST" Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, pi Ice, analysis, and testimonials '225 W. Bay St., Jack80TVILLs, Fi
that will Interest you. A full stock always on band.T. .
of Florida should feel

Owing to the- difficulty and delay proud of the great success which 3arL. TrSTSIEJ-N", Agent,

in obtaining sufficient trans* attended the above jubilee, for never J'aols.sonxrlllo, JFJLex. WANTED !

ports, it is stated that the United before has so elaborate a pro

States army of occupation will not gramme of amusements been'' carried

be conveyed to Cuba in time to out in this state. Nothing CLARKE & DANIEL Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswa
take formal possession of the island was left undone that could add to ,

this month, aa originally intended ; the pleasure of the thousands that

but it is believed that New Year's visited Jacksonville, and all returned Dealers in all Kinds of Tallow and Alligator Skins.

Day will see all Cuba under the to their respective homes ,
flag of this country.An delighted with what they saw, and And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows :
the kind attention they received Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry Dry Flint Hides 15e.13o.. Otter Skins, good 3.00 to
Dry Salted Hides. . ,-i0 to
while in that go-ahead city. Otter Skins, poor.
exchange says : "There are Green Salted Hides. 08c.18c.. Coon Skins, good. ,. 20 to
subscribers at every postofllce in ,Gr-et: oto.i 055 ToplarSt., MACON, GA. Dry flint deer skins Coon Skins, poor. . 03 to05to
Dry Salted
the have deer skins. 15o.18o.. Goat skins.
countywho not paid up. EXPENSIVE LIVING.We White wool
prime Sheep skinsAlligator 10 to
How long you suppose a paper Black wool, prime .' ]6o. skins, 7-ft... 1.00
can run without money ? By the have" heard people talk CHESEBRO Borry wool, pilme 8o to 12o. e-ft.. 113
many BROTHERS Beeswax
way some folks pay up they must 23c. 8-ft.. 15
enthusiastically of the fortunes tobe XBlow 2oto03o. 4-ft.. 20
we can run indefinitely.Won't .
suppose made in Cuba, Porto Rico and Ginseng root, per lb .' .$2.00 ' 3-ft.- 13
you please send us the $1.50? Hawaii. They never to think WHOLESALE Young live alligators, l.Tc Jack0 '
stop to 20o each, Reference National bark, ?
It isn't much to but lot
you, a of of the cost of living in some of To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get itI
them would comfortable.make the" editor feel those places. Take the Hawaiian (JOMMISSON JTlSH JEALERS shipments guarantee, a just and libeial classification. Hoping to be favored witnj

mighty Islands, for instance, where' the I am, yours W. R.truly NICHOLAS, Jacksonville,riCLAItEXCK

cost of living Is rather discourag

Red Patriots Ii the title of a ing to poor Americans who may No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
work Just received at this office. A think of wending their steps therein a Samp'8'
SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Try
Sheephead
Pompano, Bluefisb, Red P. E. McMURRAYBAKER.
its
cursory glance through pages search of a fortune. Attorney-
show us that it is full of interesting General Smith, of Hawaii, says'living Snappers, Klngfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and CanTas-back Ducks. OUR $$25.00

reading matter anent the Seminole would average 30 per cent Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired.

Indians of Florida, and is higher than in California," where HORSE MMWAGO

credit to Its author, Mr. Chas. II. he spent two years. This is said

Cole, of Washington, D. C. It to be due to the fact that scarcely D. MILLKK. KMahllahmt IM1. MILLER LONGBOTHAM,

seems to us to be a true and exhaustive any' of the ordinary articles of Bicycled tund rils 8 8' Patent whee'8.' duW* > nd W***
history of Florida's redman American diet grow in Hawaii. e tc.

and is worthy a place in any Chickens (not old hens) sell for S.B. MILLER & CO. Main and Church Sts. JACKSONVILLE, FLA-

library in the United States. It is $15 a dozen, and eggs for COcts ,
full of thrilling incidents which dozen. The chickens imported.
per are WHOLESALE' *
cannot fail to please the reader. The largest steers grown WILLIAM CLARKE. Sanitary Plm

However, we have on* fault to And there do not weigh over 600 pounds. COMMISSION FISH DEALERS

the placing -of such costumes The fact that cattle do not develop Fine Gas Fixtures Roofing Sfc
upon Osceola and Billy Bowlegs.We is said to be due to the character No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York. Plumber and Gas Fitter, ,

have seen a hundred Seminole of pasturage, which is a Bermuda Iron work water elets <
attention the sale of and drain bath tubs
Indians, and never saw an ostrich grass sour and containing no nutrition. Special given to Pompano, Spanish pumps .pipe, ,

feather in their headgear, before. No cabbage is grown ion Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc. and wash
These REFERENCES: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer stands.
two pictures look like northern the islands, and the meat supply In th United States.8J" .

Indians. is in the hands of a trust. Stencils furnished on application. 37 Forsyth St, near Laura St,
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| mMelbourne.
abo it one year ago, but very llttle attention -
Key WestiTh was paid to it until a few weeks ago.
The deceased, while but twenty-six years
"f go, gave promise of considerable \. Around 3T'oxtilJLszo3C; ,
F. B. C. Ky. Co. Is about to open business ability. A year ago he entered hiEH Price $25.00.GUARANTEED rjy Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous

0OffioelnUavauaCuba. Into partnership with J. M. Mler, and
for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
W J. Jarvls, of the F. E. C. Railway, the Arm has been successful In the grocery ANALYSIS:

tmMog many friends here. business. Deceased was burled, Moisture..*.....,., ........*.......................,...... .......... ....,, 9 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Sunday, with military honors, he having Ammonia ...,., ..,>....... .,. ....,.* , ,.,, ft to AKqual
Our hotel and boarding houses are been a lieutenant In the St. Augustine to Sulphate of Ammonia................ 20 to 2ft BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
with winter visitors.lUnager Rifles. Available Phosphoric Aeld ft to 6Kqnal
aitfilllog up to Bone Phosphate of Lima '.... ,.., 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Smith has made himself quite Potash K3 O , ft to 6
Rio.Rea Equal to Sulphate of Potash.,1 >...,.. 8 to 10MagnesiaLimeSoda SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
he has been In charge oflotol ,
iopular since etc., .,!,..,... >..... M to 60t3T
Key West. EHhi TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED .MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Write for Special Pamphlet.83P" .
Is teaching school at Wil-
Is always read with
The Advocate COTTON SEED HULL ASnES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
joch Interest by Its subscribers In this dale.Mrs. Special Mixtures compounded with" machinery at very low o
. it gives lots of Bast Coast news.At . Miller Is teaching school at WaMrs. H prices.

a recent meeting of the KeyWestiuards Wa

they made arrangements to give Contractor E. Kuschel Is building the Please Correspond -vvith us before being induced, toPamphlet. buy" from Dealers. Send for
hair 11th annual masquerade ball at Larlu town hall at Jensen.Mrs. .
Monday, Jan. 2nd.
] on .
B. Austin, of Jensen, was on a
Our Town Councillors have granted visit to friends here.
lerroMon for the erection of a temporft LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
flagstaff over the graves of those who The Rea brothers have returned from n

lied on the warship Maine, In the city visiting friends In New Jersey./

ttnetery. Max von Oehlert, the German count, J"acissxi.vllle: DE loxi eu..

The F. E. C. Ry. steamer Miami was will tish with Geo. Rea this winter, for
he first to bring the news that the Britsh his health.F. .

itearaer, Thornier, laden with coal, W. Miller and W. Rea are assisting Mrs. Blsbee Monday.Messrs. Samples Mailed Free to youn Addres*.
,id run ashore on Elbow Reef, opposite James Andrews In covering part of his McAllister and
Worthngton application.
,
of vessels upon
A number sailing fine
Cey Largo. pineapple plantation.
of Eau Gallle, was In town Monday,
wrecking tugs at once left to render
iDt( .
GOODS A OOODK. Roal Estate and I-oan.
instance.A Agent for Etna, London and Liverpool and C. Thtgpln and family has been on the

large number of sub-marine mines Georgiana.Mr. Globe attention, and paid Imperial to the Fire Interests'Insurance.ot non Special residents. sick list, but are better at this writing.n. .COHEN BROTHERS.

mil other munitions recently arrived A, Curtis spent several days In Lotus
i re on board the Mallory steamer Nuett Curtis returned last week. He the guest of J. N. Cbalkor.Dr. . .

from New York, for the defense of has been stopping with Mr. Hiscock. WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE eall at the Chambers, ot Georgians, was making
nor island. She also brought 1,000 bar- liautar Mrs. Cliaa J. F. & Co., Millinery
Campbell IKKatabll.hmf
calls in Lotus and .
Saturday Sunday.Jas.
relief cement for the government, to beuwd The cold weather lias done us no damage Notions, lrr Goods, Ladies' readymade -
on Fort Taylor. In all, the Mallory here yet this winter. Everything Is and woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned Stanaland was a passenger'on Popular Dry Goods House
and colored silks,
Corsets etc. embroidery
will ( barrels oferaeat growing and flourishing finely. ,
steamers bring t,000 souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. 1 steamer Courtenay to City Point Saturday.

for the government.Miami. Miss May Houser, of Louisville, Ky., .

arrived last Friday and Is visiting her HOTEL BELLEVUE, MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelv Oranges and beans are being shipped
friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Owen. view of Indian River. In a sheltered dally and the growers are getting good JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
situation. Superior accommodations. Moderate returns.A. .
John W. Bruner, of Augusta, III.,
eame Monday, to spend the winter with rates.W.. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. ..Fost, of Moss Bluff, Fla., arrived
his brother and sister, Mrs. Hughes and in Lotus Tuesday.J. .
C. F. Sulzner Is pushing the work on
A. L. Bruner. He made the trip by
his new building. New Orleans, ne was a passenger on HOTEL RIVERSrDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., M. Ennis supplied the people of

F. T. Budge has returned home from the John K. Speed, which was driven overlooking and Indian jroor!Rlvert board.homelike Rates Sl.fiO accommodations ]>er Lotus with fresh beef on Tuesday,

Hi trip north. ashore and sank in the Mississippi river day or S0.00 to S7.00 per week, according: to The many friends of Miss Brown are The Goods
about seventy miles above New Orleans location of room. Hpeclal rates to River sorry to bear of her sickness. We all Largest Dry
Joe Zapf, of Jacksonville, has been people. CHAS.T. MoHRIKB,
during the storm of Nov. 23, at 3 o'clockin hope to see her up soon.
Proprietor.
of In .
ipcnding a couple days town.E.
the morning. No lives weie lost, and Gilmore Frlnk, of'Coqulna, was here
A. Waddell Is said to be doing a all,baggage saved. Mr. Brunei* spent Tuesday, Mr F. reported losing his Store in the State.on
rood real estate business, He is a bust'ler. the winter here six years ago and was so Van Lockwood arrived In town last big beana on the night of 6th by frost.Messrs. .
well pleased with the climate that he Tuesday, on a visit to his mother and
C. R. and O. A. Stewart, ofBonaventure
brother L. D. Lockwood.
was not satisfied to He ,
Mr. and Mrs Harry Tuttle are now stay away. called on the merchants
manufacturing jelly and marmalade from spent the summer with his sister, Mrs. Miss Annie Grie paid a visit to her Monday aud supplied themselves withcrates. -
Jamaica sorrel.The. Belle Burchfield, in Kansas.J. friend, Mrs. A. Botsford,',ln Eau Gallle, .

cake walk at the Hotel Miami, D. CKABB keeps a tint-tin*. Saloon. Wines, last Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Tlios. Green, Miss Black and
aturday evening, brought together a beers, wlil.kle.. brandy, and rum, Imported Andrew McAdams and daughter, Chas. D. Provost took passage on the now offering -Extraordinary Good
Urge number of our residents.Hon. and domestlo cigars, tolmeco ami cigarettes. Miss May, of Chicago, are now at Hotel St. Sebnstlan for Cocoa and Tltusviile,
Price or liquor* from f'i.mi to S3 00 per gallon. Carleton to spend the winter.C. Wednesday.
George W. Allen, Collector of Prompt. attention to telegraph and mall -n ..1 Values in Fashionable *
.
order* Terms Cash.itaptl Cocoa, Fla.J.
J. F. has lu fine
Customs, Key West Dr. Y. Porter Campbell a new
; Joseph D. CKABB, Ant. Remember that the Indian River
Slate Health Officer and wife have stock of Christmas goods, and all mail
Advocate doeB all kinds of Job printing '
been (pending a few days here.Dr. Malabar. orders always receive prompt attention. at short notice. Send them an order

J. H. Shaw and H. M. Shaw, of Sherman Snedeker arrived from Chicago and be convinced that It is the place to Silks Dress' Goods and

Washington, Pa., are among the arrivals Ned Miller went up to Melbourne last week and Is now visiting his have job printing done.. ,
father and mother at the Grandviewcottage. 1
who
will spend the winter here. They Tuesday.
ore glad to get away from the eold climate Tibbals. cl
Miss Flora McLeod visited Melbourne
of Pennsylvania. Mr. Chandler, of Artesla. was a pleasant
1. P. Beckwtth, general passenger and last Saturday. visitor to town last Tuesday. lie IsIn Miss Susie Summers spent Sunday Trimmings.
leilthtagent; It. W. Parsons, euperintendeut Miss Jennie Howell visited her father.Rev. the Interest of a telephone line from with Misses Jessie and Alma Miller, ofEden.

steamship lines; J< R. Parrott, C. L. Howell, of Tillman, the first Tltusviile to Fort Pierce. .

Hca president; and C. B. Knott, superintendent of the week.W. Rudolph Lyman and the Misses Martha E. B. Veronee, one of our popular pineapple U" All orders filled same day as received.

; all or the East Coast Railway W. Wiren's -new cottege Is well Johnson and Millet went to the growers, had a slight attack oflagrippe
m John Scheuren and daughter, of Key under way. It will be quite an addition pretty city of Dnytona to attend the last week, but we are pleased Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent; ,
"est, were recent aril vale in Miami. to our village, when completed.We Christian Endeavor Convention.Messrs. to see him out again.

The Miami-Havana service was Inau- are glad to learn that Mrs. Chas.Bolton . R. W. Goode and J. .T. nogg Will Luce spent Sunday at home with Address:

stated Sunday by the Florida East is, recovering her health rapidly left here.last Sunday for Jacksonville, bis mother. Messrs, Luce and Tracy, COHEN BROTHERS, ','
< Mt Steamship-Company? 'the steambipLlncolQ under the Influence of Cocoa's lovely where they have gone as jurors In the our popular painters, have a large contract
being put on the run. She scenery.Malabar's. United States court, and returned at Waveland. Popular Dry;Goods House,

ina itMlamlatU was due at o'clock Havana Sunday on Monday.w night,. bean crop Is Immense. Mr.Washburn Wednesday. The writer had such a good time at JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

> had a fair compliment of will.shlp over one hundred Mrs. II. S. Winters and son, Walter, our last sociable, and the receipts su encouraging
passengnrs.JA. crates from one-half acre. E. B. Arnold's arrived last Tuesday and are now pleasantly (which was #44.00,) I have
Korburg, Mrs. John Anderson bean patch is remarkably fine, located in one of Dr. Brown's cot been guessing when and where the next M. WISOKER'MANUFACTURER
"i Miss Johnson, of Brooklyn, N. Y., even for Malabar. tages. We are all delighted to have one will be. I would suggest that the
imved at Hallandale on Friday night, them return to Melbourne.Prof. gentlemen do not let us ladles have all
r. Jforburg Is the owner of a fine pineWle Miss Bellows, of nardeville, and Miss the credit, but that they join bands and OF
plantation there. He has been Kindrick, of Malabar, reviewed their Harry Winters, Miss Gladys give an oyster supper for the benefit of
Pending the summer In bis Northern normal days, In Cocoa last Saturday and Wells and the Messrs. Standford and Ob, any thing, Just so they invite us
"me. Mrs. Anderson is the wife of the compared school notes. Each was confident Prescott Wells returned home last Sunday ladles, and give me time to repair my Umbrellas and Parasols-
"Perintendent of the colony. that hers was "the school." from New York, much to the delight new hat or replace the feathers that was

Malabar Sunday school is making of their numerous friends here.A torn off by the limbs of trees which our

preparations for the usual Christmas very enjoyable tea was served byMrs. county commissioners allow to remain Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed.2d .
Subscriber, your attention Is drawn tree, and a beautiful program will begiven. L'.D. Lockwood last Friday afternoon hanging In our county road, which Is
>o the name-and-date slip pasted upon The people of Malabar know how to about twenty ladles, for the very destructive to hats and buggy tops; Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Jour paper or wrapper. If yon are Inrrears to ail woik together in a good cause, benefit of the Ladles' Guild Music was we just have to leave them borne. As
please remit.St. and push It forward to success.On furnished by Mrs. E. Campbell and Miss well as I remember, our representative
Robertson.We is a bachelor and Is not familiar with Bermuda Onion Seeds.
last Friday evening Capt. E. N. bats with feathers on them. I will be ..
Augustine.A Miller took a merry party up to Cocoa are pleased to learn that Melbourne easy on him this time, but hope 1 will be
in the Salina. The party consisted ofMrs. Is to have a rlrst-claas drutr store. John Invited to the oyster supper, for I always WHITE AND RED, genuine Tennerlffe stock, $3.50 per IN.
D. E. Miller and family. Misses Kin Beach, proprietor; F. C. Coo kiln jar, manager have an unlimited appetite for the delicious Texas Rust-proof Oats 60o. per bus.
new drick and Carroll. All report a delightful and Dr. Leon A. Peek will have bivalves.No .
concrete sidewalk Is being laid Florida i)0-day Oats 11.00 bus.
m>nt of the Sanchez voyage and n due appreciation of the charge of the prescription department. per
block, on King beauties of the twin cities of Cocoa and May success attend the new firm. settlement do I know of with the Georgia Rye. 1.30 per bus.

Rockledge. The heavy rain which' fell The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal same population, that the residents have Florida Rye 2.60 per bus.Fnll .
notk pi, ,nent u be, ,ald around failed to dampen tie as many advantages as here. Twice
* K Friday evening,
church met at the residence of Mrs. R.W. .
i each week have Stock of Field and Garden Seeds.
Alcazar raiment we two and
*ded. which was much spirits of the crowd (though their Goode last Monday, and made all merchandise grocery and general ,
was less fortunate). In the snug wagons one grocery
to grand dinner of
give a
cabin of the Salina, the party Indulged arrangements and moat wagon visit our houses. From L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
mH-i0 ? are now Wining to fill roast turkey, boiled ham, cranberry them order and have
we can goods delivered.
all the
toarrlv* rre8ldnt" *nd vsitors are in games and music, and enjoyed sauce, potato salad, jellies, cakes, pickles Once each day our special mail 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of life aboard ship. They returned
pleasures coffee, etc., at Hotel Bellevue, Friday
and carrier delivers and collects all mall for T
only
are
evening
Sunday night, Jan. 0,18!)!), from 5:30 a. nuto
U.Viem,2rS-, White arrived here to make a longer each family. In a few rods of our doors lava.CHAS. .
waiting an opportunity r 0 cts each children 25ots
7:30: p. ra. > ; we have most every kind of fish and
'""an cruise on Indian River. All are invited and a big time is sure.Roseland. .
River that
to York
from Jacksonville. oysters, are equal or Morris
Another river coves. On our soils wegrow, without R. TVSENV
colored soldier was brought [Send the Advocate an order for any shelter, pineapples of every known .
Im.inn' nntovta, ,, fw days ago Job printing you need.] . variety, and most every kind of tropical
II, f'V Morris, of the Tenth cavalry.yi and sub-tropical fruits. Our tables are (Successor to The J. R. Tysen Co., Established 1878)Tou )
"Ve De ,e" fr hootn, * now supplied daily with all kluds of vegetables
wld er Micco. Light frost, on Monday night, but nod of our own growing, and In no can SAVE OOOD MONEY by sending to me tor quotations on-

&>ienJn* '*Inter of the St. image done.L. section of country I know of, can tbeftrmers
Ri ,tta of meetiog Science was held Charles Smith, of Grant friends.Mrs. .was In town C. Moore has bought another Sintz deliver their products to transportation Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton .Seed Hulls and
week on
last calling with little and ,
|? ch"<> buildinjr on Monday and also a globe gas engine.P. as cost trouble ,
Cli.Dr r> Bird of Roseland, was visiting as can the farmers between Ft. Pierce
Wltt Webb, the *! J. ,
?killDbU0red a ,ec"-e, entitled, pre"The relatives and friends In this vicinity recently. Krogel, of Sebastian, was here on and Jensen, as the farms are so laid Feed of all Kinds
and After." Wednesday, to see about re-modeling a out that the.Florida- East Coast railway .

{ ' the weather has been launch for L. C. Moore. crosses every man's farm; and during the POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Ment and Bone, Gravel, Cracked
few days
jii'jn'lSanlhBJ![ et lnjc damth- For a Judge Guthrie and Attorney Alexander shipping season, with a few exceptions,
r Oe tim?' have be8" "pending quite cold, but not cold enough to harm of West Virginia, are the guests ofCol. ther deliver every man's crate material, Bone, etc., etc.WIIEAT .
% A h vllle, N. C, ha been vegetables, etc. H. D.Ruffner.Lotus.. and collect tbe products at bis packing RYE, Oraham Flour", whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereals,.
tab.! vU't' wlt>> Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miss Bernadette Delaney, -who has house, which Is always near the track.We Buckwheat, eta., Grits, Meat and Bacon.

""hosS:. w make n excellent host been visiting friends In Jacksonville, returned have here In the space of one mile, FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco-
opt W* T Spades, as usual, will borne a few days ago.Dr. three freight statrbns, one neat pavilion
flag station and side track; and on tbe Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.INSECTICIDES. .

H wT" Jri6MU ara *la pleased Powell and family, of Brooklyn, river two steamboat docks with a beautiful Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purpfe, Flour
iT Miss Juliala St. August N. T., are expected here next month, to M. Ennis spent several days at LaJ. drive on tbe river bank." Nowhere Sulpbur, Bl-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, ete. ,.
spend the winter in their new cottage.J. Grange last week.J. can sheet of water be found that will fc
BUILDING
MATERIALS. Brick Llnve, Cement Plaster Fire Brick Fire Slab .
*
afford
ItlDu\ h ">. popular young X Day, one of the Advocate, subscribers W. Scott and Ed. Porter, of Banyan, our beautiful tbe sportsman Indian more River.sport Is It than Ilalr, Shingles, Lath, ete.I *
I1L Is having a number any
w rlVcit7' dlBd In Glencoe, In Lotus Sunday.Mrs. .
">> o was
of trees planted In his wonder that an up-to-date class of people MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Witt ,f urnish you wlth
,on, contracted"Ja7moiplng the, of disease conUs grove at young this place.orange Green and Miss Black called on settle here and continue to come? freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.












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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 9, 1898.Potash. .



In three gallons of writer will be-' about

right.) If they are Inclined to grow The Tropical Trunk Line.

"leggy" thev should be clipped onoe or

twice with schsors to make them stocky.
Jacksonville Tampa. & Key West
But in clipping, one must be careful not Railway

to clip off the crown of the plant. When
JOSEPH H. DUEKEE, Receiver.s60Tir
the plants are about six inches high they .

are ready for transplanting, and in this =
Id Bffeet June 88, '
process they should be well shortened No. 201). NoTSl. No. 37, No lKIOlSi 98..Jit yo. 7s; j,'
of it bo "
must
T7NOUGH back and they will all the better. Loual 1040 n Lv..JACKSONVlLLEv 045pm
grow
Mixed n lopVi 030 aI0 Orange Park... ... OlSpuiB
'
-- contained in fertilizers, When setting out the plants, they should Tu. Til. Peoria ..
and Sat aVp 02aIU Magnolia..*....... 813 am Bl in
otherwise failure will surely bo placed eight to ten inches apart, well 11 4(1 p OIB Green i>v springs... '6 00 am BtSpm p

firmed in the ground, and carefully tended 2 48a 12 40 alB2a 11 00a ..Paiataa .. SOOaiu140am 00 p IQ
result. See that it is there. ,, Satsnma..h.
from that time on until they are .,, Pomona .,
Our books tell all about 4 4 a 11 sua ....Crescent City Junotlon 8 S3 pin
roady for blanching. If the season is
5 28 a68S 12 oiiprjaiip Seville 8 3 pm2BDpni
fertilizers. They are sent dry, constant stirring of the soil will a DeLeon Springs.......
Olenwood ...,.,
free to all farmers applying help them, and if the fertilizer has been "i'lop 2 40 aMa 1 Ol p ...Beresford.... .. 2 3Bp*m

liberal the oelery crop will not suffer 1 i piaip A }1.... DeLand ....... {Jj 2 Id p m2SBpm 36|
g 07 a
for them.CARMAN. very much even during a spell of drout. 438pDOOa 1 Upt48p .. .. .Orange City Juno....... 2 24 p m
,,.
Enterprise wAr 14Hpmiioaoaui
Proper care and judicious cultivation 4 Nip TITUSVILLK Lv
KALI WORKS, 8 4llp .....Mt. Dora.,
should be the celery grower's watchword
03 Nunu St.,N.w York. 4 OOp Tavares ,
from seed bed to shipping crate.C. 14Bp3Xlp Ar... Banford ...Lv 1 BOp m
4.1(1 . Orlando..., 12 01 p m18pm 12 10 pm IU|
K. M'Quabiiik.A 0 lu a 4S5|> 1..i...Lakeland.,. 10 25 pmS3Ba
637 anolo 5 20p Bartow..., 6 15pmS2Spn >mHOlOpiu
at 11 I0|. Ar Punta Gorda..Lv >
Polltlalan'. Indorsement."I SIM) p a (tope ,".. .....Tampa 7 37pmV 9 06am
TIM a ..Tampa Bay Hotel,,... '
never used to think cinch of these LOW RATES I 8 30 aTn. 4ni> Ar...... Port Tampa..Lv ob'p ni 83Sam> ]'
I
household hints," remarked Senator SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME ., ThurA SatSun.WedctFrl. 9 00|> La .Port Tampa ArAr. 2t0pm800pm Mon.ThurA Rat
t 2 00p .,....<.Key West Lv Sun.Wed i-ri. !
Borgbutn. "I it's because I failed
York.
guess No Transfer between Jacksonville and New ArHavana Lv
CULTURE.DkFuniak Finest Culalna and Service.
CELERY
.
to read them carefully and thonghtfnl"What The Fleet Is oomposed of the following Handsome New Steel Bteaiuers I"Comanche"

"Cherokee "Seminole." Dally, t Daily except Sunday. JTiTon.,Wed. and Frl.
Si'hi.nqh, Deo. 508.| "Algonquin "Iroquois Jauksonvlllai 9:12 arrives Gainesville 1:0B
has caused you to ohangayonr Train leaving a. m. p.m., Ocala 2:00 P- m., Lssttai
S:48: p. m., BrooksvilleO:6S: p. m.dally.
Editor Indian lllver Advucatti ,* mind?" North-Bound. Trains at and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Clnclnnsti anil 1W

The demand fur celery is increasing "One little paragraph, which shows Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. 'r"d and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open lor accommodation of Pangea i '
Prom JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), eunclay ae clay' nd ay Uniou Station,Jacksonville,at 9 p. m.
year by year in all our markets, and yet more knowledge of .serions affairs than rilARI KHTON B.C. Mondays, Wednesdays ana Fridays.yShmuofTailingTsee INDIAN KIVEB SERVICE.

the production of UW) delicious vegetable I wonld have given a household hlnter "ClydeLine" Scheduleor Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. Indian River Steamers leave TltnsvlUe 6 HW a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St Tnri.
credit for. It says that whitewashing SouthBound.Forfe and intermediate landings) returning, arrive Tltusville Wednesdays and Saturday onnL.! .
does not keep pace with the demand.It often assists materially In making the '1 "a, fr0,U"mor'&I VeUd ," 1Vay. with northlwund trains. i|
.y. M. COFFIN,
is difficult to understand why this T .n O. D. ACKERLT,
surroundings more healthful and com FoJjaci NVUXK.fKa.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde General Superintendent.Florida General Passenger spjW.
should be for celery growing is |just as "
fortable. Washington Star.
Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

easy as cabbage growing, If it Is properly " "" (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
conduoted and the right fertiliser* used.It All B KMitOi 'STEAMERS"

used to be considered that heavy, are appointed to sail as follows I From Lewis' Wharf,Boston, East Coast
Jacksonville,
From foot or Hogan Street, FKIDAYS.Clyde's Ry.TIMS
loamy soil was the only soil that would THURSDAYS. .

grow this vegetable to perfection, but I TABL* MO. 18, IN KTFKCT MAY 16, 1898.
have seen as good celery grown In] very St. Johns River tine.Jacksonville. .

aandy soli right here in the south as was the St.John's River. SOOTH BOUND (Read Dewai. NORTH BOUND 1R.S4CH,
.Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise. Fla.and Intermediate landings on
ever produced in the heavy soil of 'Kalamazoo The elegant Sldewheel Steamer 14Daily Ne8

Mich. Land for cetery should CITY OP JACKSONVILLE." ESu Dally STATIONS.

be prepared far in advance; of the time CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is T5v410p XsTa* *e* > e eeeeeee*.Jtvokvotk villa**, ...Ar Tttplup iesia
appointed to sail as follows i waua Ar<*siMsl si sti.Bts Aip| i.iiia ,,,,. ,...Lv Ida
for planting and the soli should bestirred Tuesdays and Thursdays 8 30 pm 10 86a LV ftt. AVftUattB
Leave Jacksonville, Sundays. SlBp ** a* e*s>r ae*sei > ...Ar
frequently, so as to get it into Leaves Banfonl Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays :00 a m 11 >OaTTHa "" i '"Cl? f11. .. L.TI >uta

the best possible oondttion. If this is SOUTH HOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH Read BOUND.up. IKpTtSp 10 45a L_ .. ,., . .. ..,,,. ..>r>l ttke :.. .... I-USDTHO las

done, the plant food will be available for Leave. Bead S.80 down.p. m. ,,. Jacksonville.Palatka. Arrive 3.00 a. m. SSOpSBwp TiOaTTaoa ti 'AlMAs.issssas. ,,..'.B Mat .! ..,.Lt Art es."iLT86i? 12 IS,
Leave 8.00 m. was -
the the latter is In .... p
plant as soon as put. 8.45 p. m. * 2JO m. u"**seeee>*ee ee i lu
,. .. Astor ) p. loop .......
8.00 a. m. ." * ee >*>**>**> .Orsioad. ,,! 8(top 71
its place in the field, or wherever Jit isto 4.30 a. m. ** ...St. Franols... 12.00 1.00 p.a, m.m. lp 1 Up .......Day tone...ee saee e 112*. arma
.1... ,.. Beresford ... tl Ittp18'.o .....Port ..
.
a. m. p Orange.
11.00 m. e*
grow.As ...... .Blue Springs. a. flip ....New Smyrnaie
6 00 a. m. < * !
/ a feeder celery comes {next JO ....Stanford .... o.oo a. ni.UJO 24n ,
gross Arrive 8 a. m. a. in.GenM >es>e e * **i t sn>y 1111 f*e *s* l p
its a. m .Enterprise. 8 0.P > sees TtUH"/iJlt> t IIIMIt(|, nap
to cabbage; but, unlike cabbage, It is at U'.p mrr .
>>* trotnfta ) il.leeeeaseX uajplaiso
the same time a very daloty plant, as regards Passenger and Ticket Office. 2Q4 W. Bay St..Jacksonville. .1' 8 4.1p ******a* / COCO .., ##. .,,
47p4.18p K4Kltll ,,
*->s s>#eeseee s. * the of its. food. Rank F. M. Ibowiwowoisb,Jr., Fla.Pass.Agt.
quality '
Jno.L. Howard*Superintendent *** > 11 45a
St. 204 West Bay-St. 4 2Hp ee>e i *'Drtarni
rank Foot Hoftan siss.tf s e** 1185.
will
coarse fertilization promote JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. 6 12p iMMMtlalBl
f *s8 vS ssi ' >% > Nltll.MIM 10 60a
coarse growth In the plant, and, on the H. warhurton.t. p. a., tiif.o. o. foeb, t. m., SOlp * ,,8t. Lnnl* Ba
BOWLbtO GRKKN, NKV7 YORK.WH SKJp > * ** ea.i Port Plro
'Other hand the the grade of fertilizer D 4Sp Knni
higher i ee e_ ls
V. CLYDB CO., General Agents, 6
r Philadelphia 6tp e iistvtBMnl* ,., sons
the higher the grade of the pro S Bowline Green. M.w.Tor*. M Delaware Ave., 7 06p .
tttsift i. otaAirt t ( S5.S21..
T8 p aes TXon# Monndl *> .
duct.A 7 Sip *e* **e* es)* TrVflA elQpltt>t>,,ty* ai 807.
commercial fertilizer that would 80p WtJrt Pttlnt
ea B4Wki s.ieei 78(1*
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. OOp eaeaaaa esa se e *eaaaLslsltOB..,* # esx.Site..
suit this plant on our sandy soils of the 44p 44t* ss>*t t ts..For( I B1ld ll*aSa * .
outb should analyze as follows: Seven 10 p ae . lslttOB CttT * 6 8)'..
Ar ... .Miami... Lt 180a
per cent phosphorlo acid, ten per cent Florida, New York, BKTWKKN MKW SMYRNA AND QRANOK CITY JUNCTION,

potash, aud three per cent nitrogen. The Philadelphia and Boston. HoT5SOSp nVTiTIoa BTATloTTaT

form of the potash used should be high- From Brnnawlek. (via Port Royal,S.C.,)to New York. cr: a* ...laeaeaeaa* H"J.H TrB .. .. ....LvTill.. 13$

grade sulphate; murlate of potash Is PASSENGER SERVICE.To 11 Ka *eae e a.ee ..Lak.H.l.n . > 4 06.
2Up U02p1210p
.
.Oranit.
Oltr
l'J29p 4 highly recommended by a goodjmany of make connection* with steamers leave Jacksonville Ion 8Jj, lAr.. ...OrangeCity Junction Up
connection with
Thiirwlsy at l :00p. m., via Kernandlna,close "
our moat prominent growers, but from "If I kin find another kind lady one Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandlna for Brunswick. All train.betw en N.w Smyrna and Srange City Juuotion bally esce pT5unday

practical expertenoe and considerable observation what has sons wid outgrown bioyoles, Supper Passengers will go bo at served onoe on immediately board Mallory on steamer leaving on Fernandlna.arrival atBruuswlck. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Ul

I And that the muriate) does roe name is Walker no longer." Scribner's. .
itf lrrJftSL5! """da Kaat Coast StMmahlp Oompsny laarw
not give the high, nutty flavor that first- Ji'J 5vKWJS Mo"'lV!' Wg2d'T B' Frtdav.aft.r arrival of train from Jaoa2iE2 -
class celery should have, while, on the HMd This Timely WarningGlrlal PROPOSED SAILINGS ? } !!& 2! 2! nSS ":r-yirU" Havana. Laav. K.y Wis Iu

other hand,the sulphate tends to give the An Atchison girl who a year ago drew Lv,New York, Pier 21 E. R.,8:00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick. > X22XX ;fXMTm d '" tvf,lala-l a t smtsIm

.. .................RIO GRANDE.... ..Friday, Deo. 0
In this flavor. Friday,Deo. 3.
highest possible perfection $50 a month for in cool offloa t
sitting
a Friday, ... ............STATU Or" TKXAS ..Friday, 10 l5. 7i-i !lI'iIS! w whleh trataaaad boat, maybe...THN.tedte.rrlv.aaltSwu.JT
Any one interested In this phase of and pretending to work and whoso Friday, ' 16... ..... RIO ORANDH .. Friday, S3 JAS2I5 1S5S! ; JM"U' bV tlMUr arrival or departure at th. lmSMt -
ua. ...STA1E OF TEXAS.. ..Friday, ' 30 hwaaT -nV hmU.ittwlf rswaoaaible any delay ar aaf
Friday
celery culture would be astonished were wages went on while she took a two M e.rig
weeks' vaoation la spending her time For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to 'Vrpi0i'?*t Unm umr* > * F atreet JaekKatvllle, or addreM
he to take the trouble, on visiting some A. P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. X.T.B crwiTH. Trams Koaaaw. ,
J. U. KAHNBB, A.S.P.A
of our markets In the large cities, to examine this snmmer In making bread In hot H.RAYMOND, General Southern.A gent, Brunswick,Ga. at. AagmsMsn,
kitchen, potting up fruit and doing other jC.JR.WALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20,JS.River,and 302 Broadway,N.T.,
the celery there exhibited, and
housework
without getting a cent ofwages.
find the difference* existing In the qualities What happened to cause ber so

of this product. Some of It would much sorrow* She resigned her position
Central and Peninsular Railroad.
look large and beautifully blanched, and last winter and got married. Atchison Florida

to all outward appearance the very aomeof Globe. mSStL. Southern

perfection, but on close examination Dlfllealt to PI, New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.

by breaking and'shredding the stalk, he Scheming Mother What objection Time Table in Effect July a. IMS.

would find It pithy and stringy sod with have ,you to that wealthy Mr. Light- jm Railway.M03T .

no snap to It when broken.' Celery of pate? SiftOOp J?8 NORTHERN POINTS.Lv. 3g ill

that description Is gr6wn with too much Beautiful Daughter He never talks <3 Haoop

nitrogen and too little potash; the size anything bnt nonsense. He seems to ..Jacksonville...ArLv 15a 0 2fip 94U .r...
think all women are fools. 4 np20p Yulee.. .....ArAr. 8 >a 8 4 p 8 8Ha30a
and appearance are all there; but it' ...Fernandlna...LvAr. TOtaT05a 7 0l>|) EXOELLBST 8ER7I0E OFFERED OUT OF FLORIOi.
lacks quality. Mother Von cannot find that fault T4op .,.. Everett ......ArAr 4ft|>
with Mr. Greatmlnd.Dangbter 8 40p ,., Brunswirk, ...LvAr. S4llp
There is in celery culture, as in, every .. .Savannah. t..Lv liana 4 47p NORTH EAST WEST.TnHOTJOH
He's a perfect bore always : Lv..Savannah .. ..ArAr. 4 40p .
other vegetable culture, a right and a talking about things I don't understand. o sip Fairfax, S. C.Lv 2 2lp
wrong way of going about It. And tobo New York Weekly. 10 4lip ' ..Denmark, SO 1 34l
..Auiiusta, Oa., 5 WlH1155a
successful, one has to bend all his energies Columbia, 8. CI. PTJI.I.arAN D3AWIN0 boom cars. Dmno CABS,

In the dlreotlon of the ' Spartanburg, SO" THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBTJLED TBAIN3. '
proper way.Slipshod Blindness In European Comntrle.. Aihovlllo, N. C.
careless methods will not doiu A series of statistical articles has appeared ' Charlotte, N. O. 0 2Ba
Salisbury, N. C. 8 17a
celery culture. The land must bepropared in one of the Russian medical Greensboro. I*. O 7 0Sa "VVASHINOTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED.
journals showing the number of blind Danville,Va. 8 Mia
and ,
time ahead the fertilizer
a long ' Richmond,Va. 200a jSS'JLVtS1 Drm fRm Sleeptng Car. b.tw.en Tamp, and N.w Tsrl,
applied at least a couple of months persons in the different countries ofEurope. Lynchburg, Va. 3 4'U15Ha ,tjaveonah and Columbia, without ehaate."UNITED .
Soma scientists and specialists, Charlottesville,
before planting. With tho new celery Washington 10 4.1aU2lp STATES FAST MAIL."
while not the of
donbtlug reliability Baltimore >
culture (or very closo planting) as heavy the figures or results thus given, regard Philadelphia 8 5ftp Pullman Drawing Room Baff.t Sleeping Cars betweaa J.okaoovlll.aad N.w Tiwa,
of fertilizer as the.soil New York 4 3Dp000a
an application
them as somewhat remarkable. Thus, ' Boston Embracing
can take care of Is recommended; at of 803,000 totally blind porsons in Europe Lynchburz, Charlottesville.Washington. .
i-v .Jaok4onvlllo Art .. 0 2t|>| 0.441 Baltimore and Philadelphia.Ctaota.a .
least fifteen hundred pounds per aero not less than 193,000 are in Russia i Ar.... Everett. n... Lv .,, 8 30a1 T3naS .

would bo required, and a ton would be that is to soy, one ont of every 600 ... Atlanta ... *' ) ll'Mp ? Wlfoom; 81" C.rs to M.eon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
Chattanooga.. ,
inhabitant ot that land is blind, an unfortunate ; lOOUp T30p coanMUoa for Loaisvtlle and the Morthwe.t.AUo .
till better. Two-thirds of this fertilizer ..Clnolnnatl .. u r ...I S.wia

should be broadcasted and mixed well Intho proportion, which, it Is believed Throuch Pullman Sleeping; Cars to
la nnequaled by any other country Nns.SSaml 31 mtkennnnnctlnn for Ilriinswlrk. arrtvlmr Rrunswlrk 4:30 p.m.and 8:40p.lrorespectively.
soil; then furrows should be laid off in the world. The proportion in For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9.48 a. in., with through sleepers, arriving Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Throujh th"LAND
about three feet apart and the balance [New Orleans 7:4i> .m. Only throuxb sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans
Franco, England, Germany, Italy and 6:82 p. m.
of the fertilizer soattered In the furrows; Spain is recorded aa a little less than SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. OP THE SKY."

then a furrow thrown from each side on* to every 1,000 of the population.Tho .88 aiid 38 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New*York and Jacksonville, and the.Cincinnati

over this w th a very small wing -plow, Russian physicians who compiled Sleeper Nos.vtaAahevillet 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In oonnectlon with

thus making a low bed about ten Inches these statistics attribute the great number S anil 13 and T ami 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.STo. .
Atlanta and Chattanooga. This la brought to
36 carries sleeper frous Jacksonville to
wide. The plants should be set in these of blind persons In Russia to the Jacksonville by No.33.
bad bygienio state of life to All will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the etty ticket
peasant baggage Fla
'1 l* '
furrows on each side of the bed. Celery office,202 Moiran Street,as well aa al the Union depot ticket orfiae.K. 4illrtAjr' <* Alt. Waai Bay Street Jacksonville.
planted In this Is far easier blanched the intense cold and to the glare of the W. CAMPBELL,Passenger Agent. J. K. MARSHALL,Ticket Agent, 902 W Bay St., cor. flEa?* W.A.TURX. 8. E. EASD1V&
way
son on tho snowto whioh the Russian Hogan,Jacksonville. WALTER GOLKHAN,Oeu'l Traveling Arent,Jacksonville.G. .
than if It were In single rows, because rustio Is so constantly subjected. M. HOLDKNT. P.A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. BfacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. a. Paaa a .b. safast *i .a.atlaa .
Wasaiaita A
*
the nearness of these low rows to each I , 1 1 1A

other saves a lot of trouble In the pro Pretty Ued Covering May i.i8a .

cess. A very popular covering to take, too FOR SALE. HomeCrownPINEAPPLE

place of the whit* spread, and in very ...
Celery seed In a great many Instances
good form, is of a soft dimity that Is selected
Is not reliable, and In making the seedbed AND SUCKERS
to match the colors of the room. SLIPS *
and sowing the seed, ample allowance Widths of this are sewed together to .

should be made for this by towing make the spread, and over the pillows Ol the following Varieties :

double the quantity, that Is required. daring tho day there are lauced slipcovers
ibbala Porto Rico Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smootn
After the plants have begun growing of the saw* material, decked Egyptian ,

well In the bed they should be treated With either a double ruffle going all Cayenne, Penambnco and Red Spanish.

once a week to a spraying with a solution around the pillow or else a single raffle Apply to' O. C MATTTIA.MS* Florida Pineapple Co.,

of Nitrate of Soda (about a handful edged with lac*. West r 4m Beach, FU.













H.JJ .ci



Aa AboIwI Historical Flg-nro That IsZTowKxtlnet
la Boa-land.

All through the present century ridicule

if not odium has attaohed to the

word potwnlloper, but it must not be

forgotten that the old potwalloper was

significant of moon that was important

in English bietory. The potwalloper

was an inhabitant of a town who pro* Tltuavlllo VoiXgo No IT meets every Tuamlayeveninir
vided and drpBsod his own meals. In T'iW In lt-eMit terian chimin, i'tiblloiiieetliiita
flint TiiemlHy In *juch month.C. .
other words, be was a freuiunn and .
A.OARDXER. O. W. BCOIIIK,
owned no lord. Bou't. c\ T.CHU1M .

Before the reformation, whon there

were publio kitchens attached to many 1IKH.

of the parish churohes, the potwalloper
took his food to the church kitchen to EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

Open for the Winter Senaon. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. dress it and eat it there, in order to Services 2nd ami 41 li Sundays In each
month, at 11 a. in. mid T:!<>)>. in. ttunduy school
Sea Food a Specialty. show his neighbors that he provided his every Sunday Rt 11.!!(> a. in. Evening I rnyer ac

MRS. M. VANCE, Propiletor.ORMOND own food and was not compelled to goto 9 Friday p. in.at on 10 Weilnoailuya.a. i.i.Archdeacon. Litany eervluu every

the fable of any lord or master for II. V. Drown, Iteotor.l'RKSIIYTKIUAN .

bis meals.

FLORIDA.On Later on In the sixteenth and seventeenth CHURCH.Bxrvloes .
centuries, when the possession of ever; Buhlmth at II a. m.nml 7.top.m.
the Halifax River, and one roile from the Sea; situated in a grove of the parliamentary franchise was beginning Hunt.Sunday Prnver Behind iiipetlnit at II 49 on a. Weilneedny m., (loo. W,evening ttoolile.
palms and live oaks. Inteiior furnished with baths and heated by hot to add to a man's social and economic at7.w: >. The ptiulloaie cordially invited to afc*
water. First-class in every respect.J3T tend our services.
Facilities for dilvlog, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. importance jn a town, those Rev. I. V.HOWARD, I'HHtor.BA1TI8T .
voted the
electors who on potwalloperfranohlse
Address: SCOBIE & LIPPINCOTT. established the custom of eating CHURCH.FreROhinft .

ARAGON. ATLANTA, GA. their meals occasionally in the every second and fourth Sunday*
IOTEL .. WEST street to make it known that they were morning and evening, l'rayer Meeting* every/
The Palace Hotel of the South.Amorloiin PALM BEACH. Wednesday evening at 7 00 o'clock. Sunday
and entitled
potwalloper* as such were Sohool every Hunda atU4Aa. in. Ainu
and European plana. We > preach
and Tourist cordially Invite the patronage of the best to tote at the parliamentary election*. ing first Sunday at LMIrange, All are cordially
Commercial, Business travel. Centrally located invited to attend.
only three blocks
from Union denot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke The existenoe of this old custom is E. N. Dell, Punter.
Seminole well described in several of the local
from trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled Hotel *
btsny hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, histories of Taunton. In the,Yorkshire METHODIST CHURCH.
((250 to li.fiO per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. boroughs the people,followed the same Regular services every first, third and roiirtra
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. OPEN ALL THE TEAR. custom, and whem (he potwalloper Rumluys at 11 a. m. and T-00 p. in. Sunday
moved front on* house to another ha setout School every Sunday at 10.00 a. m. Xpwortn.
League each Sunday at 8:30: p. m." l'rayer dm*.
WEST PALM
BEACH, FLORIDA. a table in the street and took* meal Inir every Thursday night at TlOO o'clock. The>

lie Holland ATLANTA, OA. This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to there to mark the taking possession of at Ladle S'00*'p.Aid ni. Everj Honletv body meets welcome every at Wednesday our church,
the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel his new abode. ervloea.
27-20 Auburn Avenue. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and Some of the early local historians of Rev. A. D. PENNEY, raator.
upwards; special rates by the week or month. the Yorkshire boroughs were in doubt

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.Mb GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. a* to how tnia custom originated and CATHOLIC CHURCH.

what it meant One of them suggested Services at 10 m. every Sunday, la mm
*. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, that it was Intended by the newcomer* oateohlsui Church building at p.,in.Ititv North. Tituaville. Cblldreavts
aa a mean* of making friend* among ,J, y. O'llOYLK, Rectors.MUNICIPAL. .
Kates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1620. their neighbor*. There is, however,

now no doubt that this eating of a meal
Hotel Connolly MIAMI in the street in the Yorkshire boroughs .
MACON OA. FLORIDA.
,
was for the some purpose aa the similar TOWN COUNCIL.
custom in Taunton. There, as stated byBe
MACON GA. Best $2.00 per day house In the city, Special rates by the wook.O. Foe, it was solely for the purpose of Dixon Mayor, W.i Adhemar K. Knox,Drady.Ino. It.| aldermen Walker, Minor t Jno. M.8.

EDGERTON HOUSE P. HUNTINGTON, asserting the right to vote. JnneK.clerk and.treasurer I., llruily I) ('atwenKort. S. Hohuyleri.lolin raarahal Henrys
Next to "Brown House." Propiletor.HOMESEEKERS The present generation know* of the and collectori M. *. dona*, Jr The council
potwalloper aa a venal voter who waa meet* first Tuesday in each month.

Faclnjr the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city. always ready to sell hi* vote, bnt in -
Street HOARD
OP
in pass the door. Choice rooms from 60c. to $1. Restaurant convenient. this respect he was no worse than a TRADE.
large proportion of the borough electors Meets every second VI edneaday nlffbtf In each,
Address Edgerton House, 4th St., Maoon, Ga.JACKSONVILLE. month at OOn'olnok In rooine over poRtofMoe.
of the eighteenth oeutory in .towns ludire M. 8.Jonex. president? Wru. 'M,. Drown,
where there were no pot wallopers, Iruamirer; J.O. llnat, lecretary, \

where the right to vote was uot'so generally
Who are r-eeking a Home In. the South should Bond to the undersigned for a enjoyed and where the franchise COUNTY OPF1CKIIS.

copy of theFlorida was in the haud* of burgage holders,
Hotel Flacide In those of freemen or in those of the SCHOOL BOARD.J. .

& ,,, aldermen. The only difference was that M. Dixon, TltunvllleJ R. N. Andrews,
East Coooaj 8. *'. Glliln, Melbourne,
Coast
In the Homeseeker.We it usually cost much less to buy the
center of the city Main
on
Street, the dividing line
between
ine Mock from Bay. Everything east and west vote of a potwalloper than that of aborgaga
Superior Cuisine and Service. entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. bolder or an alderman.Whon COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .
Bus
meets all tialns.
ip'ardg. Speolal rates by the week. JOHN S.Terms BOWEN$i.60 per day and the reform act was passed, the H, Sharpe, Sharpen, chairman t Joseph,
Proprietor. potwalloper* were not deprived of their Mendel, LaOrantcei J. R, Walker, lituavllle*
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing and Jno. Houaton, Kan Onllle;J.N. Waller,Ankona.
foi rotes., No additional potwalloper voters
ReMTUInr eeaalousare held nrat Monday in each,
Winter and Summer
Heff Homes, Climate the healthiest in th United States. were to be made, but the right to vote month.
* Travelers' Hotel. Apply was continued to those already in existenoe

. toJAS. and in many boroughs for a COUNTY OFFICIALS.
E. 1NGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, generation Or more after 1883 the pot Minor H. Jones, Tltnavllle, county Judge fD.
FELIX GARCIA, Propiletor walloper* went regularly to the polls. L. Oaulden, Tltnavllle, pruaeoutlnf attorney i.
JACKSONVILLE
FLA. FLORIDA A.A. Btewart, Tituaville, clerk circuit ooartj J.
EAST COAST R'T, First they went in company with the P.Wonten. Cocoa,, tax aaeeaanr) K. W.I Hall.
Electric 10 householders(then, after 1867, with Bharpea, tax collector) John Henry, TltuavlUe.
Lights Eleotrlo
Bells
Baths *
Complete Service. ST, AUGUSTINE FLA.MANIER treaaurer l J. H. Hams, CourUtnay, superintend
the household
suffragist* and the lodger ent publio Instruction| J. o. Prlea.Tituaville.
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. votera county surveyor) J,P.Drown,Tituaville, aherlff.

Take oar at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.KERETC Gradually, however; In, one borough
after another the potwalloper* died off.Pontefraot .
& LANE MUSIC CO. until a year or two sine* had aherlff.Homoepathic
one on its register, but now the raoa isextinct.
HOTEL Leisure Hour.Tlltoa'a .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Methodical Ufa* Dyspepsia Powders.i

Largest, best, and ooolest choice It seems so loner ago that the nam* of .
; rooms for
summer, tl.JSO, $2, $3, $3 weekly, Malcolm i i i i i ii
Love Theodore Til
p'ator, baths, bell service, eto. W. Fischer Manier & Lane ton was prominently before i
W. TIDD.lotel .
the publio and event* move *o rapidly Cure* Indigestion, 8ourn Stomach, Emotions
and new name* so swiftlyt bio* oat the '
Detailings, Piles,, Itching of
memory of the one* with which w*
PIANOS Skin Liver Troubles
Roselani have been familiar that one is Inclined palpitation
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On to think of the poet aa an extraordinary of tbe Heart, eta.Diiikctiojjs .

old man.'

your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres _beautlful lawn, bowling WATERLOO KIMBALL ORGANS' "I* Theodore Tllton alive now or : A powder before me land
V",tennis | .... "
court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland 'must be not? is a question which only on* man at bedtime. '
w to be in a of half a dozen well Informed
appreciated. group
If
come to Florida this winter
you call and
see us. The """"""
"*of Lowest Prices men who write for a living could
Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take ; Easy Terms. an'wer ',
at
car
station.
* rates, $2.00 Tran- the other day. Yet Mr. Tllton is Twenty Powders, 25 cents.
per day; Special weekly rates.Mbs. .
only 68 old in
Write for year* good health and
A. M. VAsnAAFTEN, Manager.ST. Catalogues.MANJER. working continuously. Depot:
The fact that be ha* lived in Europe
A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, for the past eight years ! ona of the '
AUGUSTINE. SAMUEL EDEli. M. D.
24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla, reason* why be 1* partially forgotten on ,
this side of the water. Mr. Til ton live* BROOKLYN, N". Y"
in Paris. A volume of
his complete
Algonquin Hotel. 1340 Bushwlck Avenue.
. poetical works ha* been issued recently
in London and ha* been well received. 1

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The poet's life in Pari* 1* methodioal
Refitted, newly furnished and under TRAYEL.YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE. and simple. He rise* at 4 a. m. the year COTTON ME t Hil

new management. Centrally located round and prepare* himself a raw egg
near all points of Interest. Large sample Georgia Southern and Florida and a bowl of coffee. By S he is seated
room for use of traveling men. Over Railway.Suwanee at hi* desk, where be work* steadily LINEN NETTING.
looking Plaza and Monuments. A full until 10. Then he atop* work for the ...
view of the ocean and rolling breakers River Route.V day. He has dinner at noon and supper
from the piazzas.. Baths, gas, electrlo at 7 p.' m. Eggs and milk form hi*
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. & evening meal. At 10 p. m. he tobed. Willi!
The Georgia Southern Florida Railway goes
*" comprise* part of the Tlfton Route
: $2.00 ,
to New York
Press.
$2J50 the week
day. Speolal rates by
per
and Is the most direct route all
"Pen all year. C. F. 1 COX, Proprietor.TITUSVILLE. to point* North, East and West, and operate* the
finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double daily, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon, Contagion. FISHING TACKLE.

Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, (and the Citizen* of ifargo, N. D., according
Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. to a correspondent of tbe Boston Transcript Superior quality Linen. Gill Netting?

For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., say that the divorce business made from Knox's Hootch'thread.
"2di.a.&t = write or call on give* tbem chance to become acquainted Sample* and estimates cheerfully furnished.
h 3XT7"ee3: hotel, HUGH H. RICHARDSON with some of tbe most cultivated Corks, Leads, Lines, eto.J. .
7 Uogan St., Gen. Agt., and interesting people of tbe east, and 8. JOI1NSON A CO.
Jacksonville.
it 1 ,
& 8 TITUSVILLE. Win. CHECKLEY SHAW, O. A. MACDONALD, a matter of frequenf reference that Manufacturers
Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt. Mrs. So-and-so of Boston spent last ,
INDIAN BIVER, winter here, and that Colonel X. of the 121 South St., BALTIMORE:, MD.

regular army 1* expected a*soon a* hostilities

FLORIDA.J. The Bee HiYe Dry Goods and Millinery Store There close.ia evidence of considerable contagion ..I BUT OR SELL... I

G. BAST, in this divorce habit. One woman Confederate
Bonds
Is one of the Best and Cheapest Houses In JactsoDYllle.. it ia related, came here to visit a Honey, ft
Manager. brother who was serving hi* three
months' of residence, and although she POSTAGE STAMPS.i .

LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS never thought -of divorce when she Largest stack In the world. Address
Open all the Year.
started
concluded that
while here and CIIAS. B. BARKER Atlanta Ga.
Silk Waists and SkirU of all description kept In stock and made to order. Afirstclass ince it could be done so conveniently, ,

Only a few minutes line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and a new line of Millinery to select be would shake off the burdensome tie*
from. Yon will find our Prices Right and Mall Order of matrimony. Many of tbe WANTED SEVTCRAI.TRUSTWOIITHY Per
walk from Railway stations promptly attended to. young people thl*ataca to minaK* oar busine**
*;M MM*''It ISLllrttH and steamboat land Write ns, or when In town give us a call, and you will be pleased* of the city, too, have come to think In their own ami nearby conntlaa.' It I* mainly '
ornea work conducted
that they ought to take advantage of al home, Helary straight
a
ings.On.. the banks of the Address J. WEISS, Proprietor, privilege close al band, for which persons moreunoayearandeJipeneee,no leae salary. Monthly definite 7 ,. Donaflda Reference, no-*.
.far-famed Indian River. 21 A. 23 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. from m distance pay so heavily. Knoloae aelf-aridreae bert JG. Haas,JrTesl.,Dept. ii,Chicago. \l



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INDIA* MVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 0, 1888.pEiMlER05Sf .



Courtenay.Th8 MRS. DEISHER'S B0ARDIS6TITUSVILLE HOUSE, ROBBINS St GRAHAM

FLA. (Suooeiwor to Lovetf&Carroll.)

A slight frost was noticed here, Monday
but no damage is reported.E. ....Iiaciryors.MILLINERY. GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All

P. Porcher ts having a fine lot of Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day.
iiM ffiwiiasit'a' young orange trees) set out on his place WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicit dTITUSVILLE

.
here. When In need of White and Rye Bread, UNITED STATES COURTS. FLOIIIDA.
Miss Beatrice Sanders and D. S. NIs- Pies, Cakes, etc, go to Mrs. Delsner'a
Anteuser-Busch Asso'ion.Fumotia bet, of Indinnola, were here, Sunday, City Bakery* Yachts, boarding houses,
.
Brewing
hotels and families
calling on friends.F. supplied.
ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
Bt,Loulit Keg and liottled Beer.iHoliI . L. Whltlock, J. D. Sams, W. F.LaRoche .

H by Moss. Lrmluy& Motlow; Titusvllle, Flu.IV and C T. Harper paid Titus- for Lands in Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries Fro
Mr 1>. C'rshli, Cim-iib, Flu. villa a short visit on Monday.J. ,
/ Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Fluroe, Fla. M. Watts and J. It. Harper, of ... Counties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Qm,
We the house Indian River
Food and Wheat. are only on
dealing
exclusive ,
Cairo where latter !
arrived here
Monday, i
...JOSEPH ZAPF... will make his homo fdr awhile. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your

and DRESSMAKING. have a large List Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusvllle nj"Losley
,
'Wholesale Beer and Liquors.XVcet Charles T. Harper and his sisters, the
Misses Nannie and Stella Ilaiper, wete Lands owned by
of
visiting fi lends in Jndlanolu on Sun

Bay Street, FLA. day. ourselves and clients. c& Motlow
JACKSONVILLE,
Among the young people who attended ,
the dance at lndlanola, last Friday
HENRY R.THOMAS J night, we noticed F. L. Whltlock, L.Pallerd Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.) j
M. S. Whaley, B. Sams, C. T.
Harper, and the Misses Addle Sams, lands $3 to $100 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and IMskles1
....LA YILLA PHARMACY. Madge Whltlock, Nannie and Stella
Harper. per acre.WE Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
all Kinds of
Keeps SHOOTING AFFRAY AT WEST FIrst-clasa Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Tables

Pars Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles.Trices JUPITER. have a few Residence, Orange Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and caruful attention given to mail

to suit, ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, Titusvllle I
In desirable
Grove and Pineapple Properties
On Saturday last a report was received
fiOl Adams St., cor. Madison,
at this office to the elfect that W. II. locations. Prices Reasouable.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Palmer had shot Ben II. Doster. The c3 CO.-
particulars, as far as we could learn,
-]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of
were as follows: Palmer called at the TITUSVILLE
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers stole of Doster, at West Jupiter, about Jfall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Offices : and MIAMI,

for Hale.Abbakas eight asked o'clock him to on retract Saturday an article morning published, and Guaranteed.Mrs. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER !

In the News about his selling army blankets. Helen W. Reynolds, DRESSED AND ROUGH.

Queen, Porto, Egyptian Kioo, Smooth Queen Cayenne, Golden and and.the Doster men refused were separated., a scuffle ensued Palmer, Titusvllle, Fla. East Coast Meat Market Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Content, Crates of all descriptions

Red Spanish. Apply toilADDOCK was about to leave the store, when Dos Ti"t-w.el.lo,
i& MATTIIAMS, ter said something to him. He turned F. DUREN, Agent.E3S .
"Palm Hoacu Pinery," quickly, and both commenced shooting.Doster Write Quick....
West Palm I3each, who fired two shots, the first missing, FREE SCHOLARSHIP. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier. '
the second striking Doster in the right
For Sale, breast, lodging under the shoulder blade. RAILROAD FARE PAID

Palmer then wired Sheriff Chllllngworthat Positions Guaranteed. p> INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM.
Ton thousand acres Turpentine Land, West Palm Bench, who arrived as soon
Un St. John's county, near transportation. as possible, and airested hiiu. Doctors Open all the Year to both Sexes.OA.ALA. .
Hood, Jackson and Broadwell also aril BUSINESS (Incorporated under the Laws of the Stateof Florida.
Sixteen Thousand acres in one body, ved, and did what the could for the COLLEGF, )
war Titusvllle, on Indian Itlver, well sufferer, whose hopes for recovery did Macon, Ga. ES Authorized capital, $100OOC
Umbered. not appear to be very favorable at that Paid
6=3Titusvllle up capital, $25,00(
COUHM.AHI) BUOKMAN, time. Later reports received at this office Never fall to read our inside
2X, llogan street, Bay he Is on the road to recovery.VIorlda You wilt always find something pages.to in Average deposits, $150,00(
Jacksonville Fla.
,
Volunteers. terest you. Florida.BJT" Transacts a General Banking


For Sale At n Great Bargain.A Eight oompanles of the First Florida Business.
Regiment were mustered out and paid
well-equipped, !-foot> Sharpie, recently oil at Tallahassee Saturday, by Paymaster The St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Mrs. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rife
Arrlck. It took about *l>
fully overhauled; everything ,000 to C. D. Ttler, Owner and Mg'r.
ready for cruising; cabin big enough for pay the men. By noon all of the companies {Exchange sold on all Foreign Countrm.D1RKCTOR9 .
four berths. It was piepared for a trip had roocived their money and discharge
Co Key West ami Cuba, the owner being papers, and worn In the city pay Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. ,In the very center of the city.Stilctly !
allod away from the state, it will be sold ing bills and bidding friends good-bye. first-class In" every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and upward. jAS.PaiTOnAttDw".B.BAUiKTTl'reilil( nof
at less than half the value. For particulars There was a wild scramble to the depot, Special weekly and season rates. Che National Bank ot Jacksonville),J.!
Duhkii (Vlce-freHiilent National Bank a
and the ticket office was besieged by
apply toJ. Jacksonville), and W. M. Known.
O. DUTWJLEH, hundreds, who were anxious to secure
Fla. their tickets and bo off 10 their homes. CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
New
Smyrna, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. National Bank of Pew York >n
The
This loaves ooly one. battalion In the Buckingham National Bank of Jacksonville.'XTIJTUfiiJVXJLJLiIS .
above regiment to be mustered out, viz., NOW OPEN. Wm. P. Kennky, Manager.
Reading notice ads. on this png the one In oamp at Iluntsville, Ala. DFI-A..
re five cents per line per week. Most of the soldier boys are delighted
DAYTONA
FLA.Ehxest.
over their discharge, and are glad the Holly Inn
1 war la over. TOW OPEK. L. Caswicll, Manager.
CHURCH Among those who have returned toTitusvllle
ALL SAINT'S
are the following: S. Perkins, PALM BEACH, FLA.
WAV ELAND.'On Fonda Iteed, Charles GalUard and Tom (New) Hotel Hibiscus
Decker. Open Deo. 24. Leon II. Cillky, Mg'r.OEORGEC. A SHAISP ICESIIXDEK

"Monday at 3 p. in., Archdeacon no WE, Proplletor. That Christmas is almost upon ua, will
It. F. Brown laid the corner stone of the To Open an Office In Havana. be the fine display of Holiday Goods thai
new churoh at Waveland with appropriate
Bervlcos. Tho corner stone contains General Freight Agent II. S. Kealthofer HOCKLKDOE.New we are showing In Shaving Sots, Tool
itlio prayer book, journal of the and Auditor Win. II. Chambers, Chests for mechanics, and toy tool cbost
and certain of the F. E. U. Ky., weie passengeis onon and Fane
missionary Jurisdiction for the boys, Cups, Saucers
documents of present date. The names Sunday's southbound train, en route Duiing the month of December will
to Havana, Cuba, where they said they Crockery. Our stock Is complete, and yoilJAS.
of the and archdeacon of
bishop ; names be
the building committee; of Mr. and Mrs.lUcey were going to open an office for their conducted In family style. Opened can find Christmas gifts galore, that ai

through whose earnest effoits company. Mr. Keatthofer said It was Rockledge Hotel regularly January 2nd. Shell roads, useful,and v.ill be appreciated by the reclplent
he
not that picked the cactus flower atRockledge
the enterprise was begun; also of the Hoises boats *
4>ulldorMr.. Bolls. recently referred to la the for Ashing, and Daimler
This 1* tho third corner stone laid by Advocate, It was Mr. C. II. Schatzman, launch; all for use of guests. Rates,
general agent of the Columbus, Hocking
Archdeacon Brown on the Indian River
within the last eighteen months Eau Valloy A Toledo Ry., of Cincinnati. *2.30 and 3 per day. Special weekly

Oallle and Eden having each a beautiful On Indian River. rates until January 15th. Send for

church. by The the Waveland first of February.churoh Is to beilnlshed House for Sale.A booklet. II. p. SHARES, Proprietor, PRITCHARD & SON,

Steps are being taken to erect St, good, substantial, well-finished, TSockledge, Fla.
Mnrtln's church, at Jupiter. At that nlue-room, two-story house for sale InTitusvllle. Pl.t\a.s 7Xlo,
point there are no services of any kind, Will sell cheap If sold soon, i i
except thoso of the Episoopal church. Inquire on the premises.
The archdeacon gives them two services ' M, D. L. Dodsok.AVunteri The "Ideal Hat Fastener."
on one Friday In eaoh month, but anournest
and faithful layman keeps up adunday and
school, attended by adults as Carpets Mattings Rugs
well as children, at which the evening Bicyclists will find it a Boon.No ,
service Is regularly said. Thus, hard as By a practical man, charge of orange
the times are In material things, the grove. Thoroughly understands the most useful and salable Invention out. hat pins required for hats or
igood work goes on. business In all Its blanches; has had 10 bonnets. THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
VlATOU. years experience.Addiess Great Inducements to agents. Quick soles and large profits. Send for Partic
R. W. Bcivrojr, ulars and cliculrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.. Fall Patterns received.
are
now being
Meriltt, Fla, JOT" Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.'The .

Jensen.Mr. Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .

Ilartstono, of Fort Pierce, has NEAR A.TAYLOR,
liciin hero for a few days. Insecticides and Powder Guns. E. CLARK,

Archdeacon Brown held divine service Artesian rWellCONTRACTORS 38 West Bay St.,

licie on last Sunday afternoon.As ., ; Jacksonville, Fla

the time Is drawing near for ahange xj Road the followlug from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Coast s

In the postal official here, welionr "Hvpoluxo, Fi.a., Nov,- 18, 1808."Jacksonville .
of two candidates In the field alleady Eau Gallle, Fla. "MR. C. R. TVSEN, ESTABLISHED 1875.Wm. .
and a lively canvas Is expected.On Fla. :

Dec. 21th a-grand Xmas tree for "Dear SlrjI' have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season A. BOURS <& CO....
the children is to bo given, under the THE MOST COMrt-ETK on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal It. There Is not a worm
auspices of, the Jensen Sunday school.It. to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I And land plaster is not required. It Is GRAIN .FERTILIZERS.
M. Ilebbort, our superintendent, Is Electrical Supply House the acting well oo.tom.itoes and eggplants. j. BROWN GARDEN SEEDS AND
busy collecting subscriptions for State.CO. 0 ,M (Chas R'
Ty8en Jacksonville
very fop
qiiotatioui. ) pamphlets and 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
the same, and means for the children totiave
a good time.On ..THE JOHNSON LAWIjXKGTIUCIANS .. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay-
Cora, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright M'ldarkat '
Monday the' ceremony of laying wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.n .

XUe took corner placo.stone Archdeacon of All Saints Brown church ofHcl.ated. Jacksonville. - Florida.In Chance of a Life Time r l?. nl.5l"! ,*7 na!? !,M, Analysis.Orange tnw and Ve tabt rertlllw>r.rar 0n

The stone was laid by Mrs. C. II.ltaoey superior la tbs market,and a trial will Marines. Send for C tloK e free.
and Inside was placed a prayer
'book, a copy of the Imdiax RivbhAdvocate

.and- a paper, containing Times-Union the names and Citizen of the .. ..A magnificent property will be sold at a. ...

founders. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Rscey, bywhom
this beautiful church Is being (Successor to B. Illrsch.)
erected for the benefit of the Inhabitants
of Jensen, Waveland, Hewalls Point, GENUINE BARGAIN. WHOLESALE
*>cuart, and St. Lucia River; and the
names of the building committee, composed FRUITS AND PRODUCED
of Mr. G. E. Male, Mr. C. II.Itacey .

and Dr. W. C. Sneden, were also About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, con
Inscribed above those
on Among
present we noticed Mr.paper.and Mrs. ltaoey, taining a comfortable sis room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Packing
.Mrs. Munson, Mrs. llarmer, Waveland; House In Brevard County. Fish and Game
Mrs. Ilebbort, Mr. and Mrs. Wollard, Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to.the Oysters ,
Mrs. Bell, Mr. G. E. Male, Mr. F. V.Tyadall Churches,Stores, etc., of both. ,
and Mr. Bell and staff, Mr. II.dUehards .
of Eden, accompanied the For further particulars, apply to 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, OA.

Archdeacon. It was an Impressive and Complete Supply'of E Uon, LaLande, WALTER GOODYEAR, 'aS0' '" Commercial Agendea the Capital City Bank, Hirb*
interesting ceremony and passed off Sampson and Dry cells for Gas Engine Dept.A.,3 to 7 W. 20th St, Paper Co., GaThe National Bank/A Kaiser A Bro.,Brunswick. G*'
veil. Ignition. Electric Light Supplies. New Tork, N. Y. ?.M -.ifrS / ,,?? on. &km a A TeUbnrg, Savann n.
Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.imrm' .









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