Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00004
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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| LOCAL NEWS, B3F 'BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUOUSTINE, Judge/ D. Iv dauldcn and wife left FLORIDA REMEMBERED. AMONG THE HOTELS.

at Screven's Drug Store, Fla., has tho largest line of Bicyclesand here Wednesday, on 1tI'lp to Till nun.
Titusvillo.Mrs. -
Sundries In the State. Write him
id Topics of General Interest. for prices on new 00 models. Baked sand-hill crane is one of the The River and Harbors bill has been WIIKUR to stop. See list of hotels on

W. B. Waddell and her little luxuries Prof. Chas B. Cory, of Boston, favorably reported, and, as evidence our 7th and 8th pages *
has been upplIng,: his friends with that Congressmen Davis and Sparkmanhave
Jet,. and General Gossip In connection daughter, Mary, went to Ostccn yester- War With the FilipinosIs lately, at the Inn, Palm Beach. How been watchful of tho Interests of Tho ADVOCATE U now on file at all
|lth Bleoayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, day for a short vis't.'{ tho best hotels In Now York city.
about the bear steak, Professor ? their stale, Florida gets about one
Banana and Halifax Hirers, Key West -Miss Ives, of LaGrange, left here nothing to the war we are making twelfth of the entire amount appro Manager Mast! of tho Indian River
fid all other Important Points along the yesterday, on a visit to the Misses and shall make for next 30 days on -Oov. W. D. Bloxham has appointed priated. hotel, Titusville, continue to increase .
last Coast of Florida Brief mention of Hardee at Rockledge.We Ladies Felt and Black straw hats. Capt. C. R. Stewart, of the Indian River Tho wholo state coast lino and all Its his winter guest list. Tho rare duck
nteretlng Events from Various Tarts GARDNER & W ALKEU. Guards, as a delegate to attend the Military (
Important rivers have been generously shooting around Tltimvlllo\ Is In Itself agrout
are to learn that Mr. F. E. Convention to be held In Tampa
.' the World About People You Knowd sorry .
; attraction
Bond treated. St. Johns river gets' ftU.VXK: : ); to sportsmen. During: ,
of the Bond next week.
People You Don't Know-Picked Lumber Co., is quite John Houston Informs that Indian thu flpgslons of tho
ill at his home DeLand.Mr. -Capt. us \ River, $5,000;; Key West harbor, Circuit Court, just
>by Our Society Editor and a large staff at there will be no taxes levied at Eau -Mr. E. F. Cooley, of I..anlllnllc'h.(\ ., $:!,OOOj; St.: Johns river, Orange Mill closed, the hotel was filled with gucsU.

I Correspondents scattered along the J. B. Conrad, a prominent lum- Gallie for tho year 1807. Tax payers Is expected here to-day or to-morrow. fiat, $1\: ,(000. Messrs. Anderson it Price of tho
|alt Coast of Florida. ber merchant, of Glenwood, was in town will not regret this decision of EAU Capt. Nelson was giving Mr. Cooley's Colonel W, II. H. Bcnyatml his an- Ortnond, have been :: broad i

part of Wednesday and Thursday. Gallic's aldermen., launch a trial trip yesterday. She has nual report to the government, estimates\ smilo this week for wearing have a been
just been fitted with that $ nOilO) ( will bo needed guests ;:
for tho
THE ADVOCATE, -Correspondence from any point be- The schooner Queen, In command of new engines. of the work Indian com- steadily arriving, and the hotel season I I. ,
pletion River
$1.50/) per annum, In advance. tween Jacksonville and Key West must Capt. McFadden, of Melbourne, baa been -Miss P. Howes, of Oak Hill, was the For tho on of Lucle Inlet now fairly open. Many old friends of
$1.00 six months, '. reach the ADVOCATE office not later than lying off the City wharf several days guest of Mrs. I... C. Branning, of this the colonel Improvement has submitted St.tho Ormond have returned for tho winter, E
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Wednesday afternocfn.were this week. She has a large load of curiosities place, from Wednesday until Thursday, estimate following and noto numerous changes and Im ,
on board from the Bahamas.Dr. when she left for Cocoa. She will : j t l'rovcmentsln8Ide and outside the hotel. ;
Misses Emma and Ruth Hardee, here Channel 1 8 feet deep.. .. . .$ IGOO
Reading notice ads. are ten cents two of Rockledge's popular youn ladles, F. H. Houghton will\ soon leave probably return tomorrow.Mr. I Channel 10 foot deep . .. .. 230: WO The Palm, Welt Palm noneh, situated

> line on this page. were in town a short while on Wednes- for a cruise south, and will make no Bonj. W. Jerome, of Rocklcdgo, Channel 12 feet deep 481,000 on Lake Worth, la another popular hotel
day, having made the trip on the stops until he reaches Lake Worth. Dr. was in town a day or so the end of last The annual cost of maintenance will for tourists. It la I well fitted and furnished J
I OKE the famous Gladiola Cigar; all steamer. and Mrs. Hdughton will probably be week, attending: to some law matters, In .1 bo about $2,000: for dredging and $3,000 throughout, and has electric .: ,

Sealers. 2251Mr. -There joined by their con, Frank, in a few days, which Mr. Philip Walter, of Jacksonville for repair of breakwater at St. Lucio lights, bolls, baths, etc. Those who stop ;
Chas. McBride, of Melbourne, the house was a very enjoyable dance at as they expecting him to arrive from \ wan interested. It was settled to Inlet. at this cozy hotel are much pleased with,
\ been in town a couple of days or sos opera TitusvIHe, on Wednesday the north. the satisfaction of Mr. Jerome. the management, and speak In high
when the dancers
night merry terms of the treatment receive.
i week. tripped the "light fantastic" until the -Conductor C. F. Camp, of Asheville\ -Don't forget when shipping to New Undergoing Repairs. Read ad. on 7th they .
Under the head of "Household Ac- "wee sma' hours." N. C., and Mr. C. R. Willard, of Spartan- York, to divide your shipments with pago. ,H I

nts" will be found something of rout -Mr. Pierre Titus who burg, S. C., two popular railroad men, A. G. Hutcheson t Co., 279 Washington Prof. Chas. B. Cory' cozy houseboat, Hotel Miami-Miami, Bay Btsoayno, I III
to women, on our 3rd page. from Havana, recently returned made their headquarters at the Indian street. By dividing your shipments you the Wanderer, has been undergoing a open for tho reception of /guests, under ..'
speaks very disparaging River hotel, Titusville, to enjoy the fine can always be sure of knownlng when this week tho able management' of Mr. John S.
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Merrick Miss terms of that city. He returned thorough overhauling proparatory
duck shooting in this section. In three you got proper prices. Thoy don't ask to Prof. and Bowen, formerly of Hotel Wlndermore, I
Cory family going on
irrick and Miss Mabel Merrick, of New had here quite ill, and says he has days shooting they killed over 400 bird for all of your shipments, as they do not a cruise. She has boon moored to tho Chicago; and Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville. .

ghton,Pa., are again at Hotel Ormond.Mr. ,enough of Cuba. -equal to the best record thus far made fear competition. Delmore cottage landing, Palm Bench. The proprietor Is Sir. A. R. 11\

W. A. Snider, of Columbus, 0., -Col. G. A. Crocker, of Ankona, arrived this season. They left for their respect Messrs. W. J. Hazlewood, of Brook- Thompson. This hotel ls well kept and Iii

\ been enjoying himself in Dade coun- in town Monday, and now occupiesa tlve homes yesterday.On lyn, N. Y.; William Ellsworth of New favorably spoken ,of by tourists who '
[ this week. He comes south position in the offices of the Indian Civil Appointment havo stopped! there. Tlio many Improvement -
every our 8th page; will bo found the York, and J. Ross Valentine, of Wood. iI
River & and change at this hotel havo 1. ,
ter.Contractor'. Bay Biscayne Inland NavigationCo. ad. of Mr. E. A. Waddell, one of DaliecOUDty'S bridge, N. J., were In town, Wednesday, ;:
., at this place, as assistant to General Governor W. D. Bloxham has made been noticed In former Issues of, tho
'J. A. McDonald cameer well-known and reliable real estate on their return from the Ilaulover, whore ,
to Miami from Nassau, the first of Agent Chas. Davies. dealers. lIe has all kinds of prop they had been having good sport duck the following appointments: ''.,
to sell in Dade and of Mr. Ellsworth who Is O. A Worley, of Miami, to be justiceof "Tho Florida" Is the of of
6 week, to look after the shipment of Congressman Kobt. W. Davis has erty county; any shooting. a large name one
&re material.Mr. our thanks for a printed copy of a letter our northern readers, who are thinking coffee broker, returnedto New York, the pea a for District 0, Dado county. St. Augustine's popular stopping place
from the Acting Secretary of War and of Anvestln In any kind of property en but Messrs. Hazlewood and Valentine M. S. Sams, of Courtonay, to bo no- for tourists, and its ml. will bo found

Chas. Davies, general agent of Chief Engineer, relating to the obstruc- Biscayne Bay, should write him at MI- left for Havana, where they ordered the tary public for the State at largo. where all other East Coast hotel ads.

I. R. & B. B. Steamboat Co., spent tion of navigable waters of the South by ami. Mr. Waddell has sold quite a lot ADVOCATE to follow them. Mr. Valentine should bo-on our 7th pago. This
day in Jacksonville, where his wife the Water hyacinth.If of land for truck farming of late. In a wealthy fire-brick manufacturer, Fish'Law. house Is well-known to tho traveling

400 while Mr. and Mr. J. T. Sklles Its
employing nearly men; proprietor
when Judge R. M. Call of Jacksonville
des.We want a good cocktail ,
acknowledge receipt of the Inl- you has been at the Hazlewood Is one of New York's biggest Notice Is hereby given that I will Introduce places an ad. In the ADVOOATK
in West Palm do fall presiding judge
are Beach not whp
you tobacco brokers. This is Mr. Hazle- to let tourists and others know that his
a bill In tho next legislature of
J number of Kohn Furchgott & Co.'spnthly
Circuit Court in of M. S.
to drop into the Seminole bar where place Judge
wood's second to Cuba this winter. placo I Is still\ and that he is bid.
magazine which contains a feweresting trip Florida, enacting a law regulating tho open,
Jones this term ended his
will find during partly
Mr. Charles to ,
you Zapf equal He the of Cuba. in de- for share of .
ding a public
little stories. labors when he boarded the says people are a taking of food fish with seines and nets '" tronage.Tho
the occasion. He can make a Wednesday,
you up plorable condition.We In the waters of Brevard county. Florida Is a thorough modern hotel,
Mr. Chas. A. Merrill of drink "lit for ye gods." steamer St. Sebastian, on a trip down
manager with elevator steam heat olcctriobolld
Indian River as far south as St. Lucio recently had the pleasure of ,
i F. E. C. R'y Buffet Service took a baths etc.
-The initial number of the Daily Representative.lloud ,
Miami with the Jacksonville river. He will\ return here today to fin mooting Dr. Arthur N. Curtis, of St.
p to last. Palm Beach News is to hand at this ish the court-business, and leave for Louis, Mo.,' who Is making a tour of the Tho Semlnolo hotel, West Palm Beach, e
on :Sunday:
office. It is published by the editors Jacksonville to-morrow. The judge; I IR East Coast. lIe is much pleased with Law. under the management' of Mr. Goo. j

-Mr. Herman H. Hlrsch, special agent and proprietors, Messrs. Bobo and Joel well spoken of in Titusville, where he this section of Florida, and Is so charmed Zap, has been put in Unit-clans condition

j the British-America Assurance Co, A. Dean, and is a very blight and newsy has many warm friends. with the climate and scenery that he Intends Notice Is hereby given that'' I will Introduce for tho winter season. It has been .
Atlanta Ga. was in town Monday journal, which the ADVOCATE wishes the winter The renovated
-The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray spending here. a bill In the next legislature of thoroughly throughout; now '
1 Tuesday, on his way south.Mr. every success. bishop of the Southern Jurisdiction of, doctor has a very large practice In St. Florida, enacting a road law for the carrots, new furniture, baths, lavatories

II. M. Flagler, who is now stopg -Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and her son Florida, was the guest of Archdeaconand Louis, and was completely run down county of Brevard, giving to said county gas havo been put In. New
at Palm Beach, is making an effort LeSeuer, and daughter, Miss Erwlnnn, Mrs. B. F. Brown from Saturday through his laborious duties; so came certain rights and privileges/ authorizingthe I smoking and reading', rooms havo also 1
S have the British, warships, now at arrived in Titusville, from DeLand, on until Sunday when ho left for Cocoa and south for change of air and to recup levy of special 'road tax In each boon added. This hotel Is built\ of brick,

ssau, come to Palm Beach for a short Saturday last, much to tha pleasure of other points south. The bishop had erate. He sa\s he has derived much commissioners' district, and providingthe and stands at tho corner of Narcissus and
Judge Gaulden. On Monday LeSeuer only one candidate for confirmation on benefit to his health in the short time he process by which such tax will bo .. Banyan avenues, and overlooks Lake
y. and Erwlnna returned to DeLand'whorothey this occasion Mrs. E. B. Wager. Ills ha been south and feels quite jubilantover levied and expended, also. providing the Worth. It will accommodate: about 100 ,j
-Mr. ,W. H. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. are students-at the Stetson Univer of the fact. Dr. Curtis Is accompaniedby manner of exercising the right/ of eminent guests Mr John P. McKonna: Is chief
sermon masterpiece
has rented the Langworthy cottage was a oratory, friend Mr. W. Davis who is clerk at this hotel.IIUKVAUl .
sity. Mrs. Gaulden remained hero. and the large congregation listened with a an domain In opening roads.
[ Daytona. beach for his mother and / ardent fisherman, and both these gen IlENUV L. PABKKIt, I
attention to it.
ther; who were expected to arrive -Editor and Proprietor Chas. F. Larz- wrapt tlemen have been having good sport at Representative.Church .
|ls week. elere, of the Daily Hotel Reporter, New -Mr. and Mrs. John H. McCooey, Fort Pierce this week-hauling in the ) COUNTY TIIEASUIIIat'SSTATEMENT.
York, and Messrs. Randall and Allen prominent and well-knowp residents of finny tribe. .
--Sheriff Jos. P. Brown went to Cocoa were in tpwn a couple of days or so the Notices. !
.N. callers
Brooklyn were pleasant
(cdnesday. where he was sent by the first of the week. Mr Larzelere Informed : the ADVOCATE, Saturday afternoon. Writing us a few days ago from January 184)0.llalance ,

pirt to take charge of the effects of an ADVOCATE reporter that they ju were on their, to visit Mr. and Clinton, West Va., Mr. J. J. Jacob, a Thee will\ bo services at Eau Gnllle cash on hand, Doc net, 1HW.! ... 9 >M ** I
Irrien Nail old -resident who died They way resident of that, and Amount received in JJooembor, 18UH..... B23! 'M A
an were on a cruise south as far as Palm Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin and Mr. and prominent place, a Episcopal churoh on Sunday morningand -

( Tuesday morning. Beach and Miami.Mr. Mrs. Tom F. Nevins, of the same city, well-known winter visitor to Titusville, evening. Archdeacon, B. F. Brown Total ,................ ... .,..........Sl,078 U >
says: "Kindly give me first-class rate will officiate Less warrants paid In December, 18U8\
Mr. A. B. Turner of Grand Rapids, who are spending; the winter at Merritt.
D. L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, to Havana and return from Tltusvllle and dollvered to County Commission
Bch., after spending some weeks at Eau who was recently in town, has a line or- Mr and Mrs. McCooey, after a short for a party of six or eight., A party often Itev. A. Penney will preach morningand ere and Hohiwl Hoard... ......,...... MT 49
illle, is now stopping at Hotel Plaza, near Judge M. S. Jones' .isitat, the above place, left for Hotel evening at the. Methodist church,
ange grove twelve will leave Wheeling Went
or i Valance mull on hanil Jan. lit, 18UU..,1 iOl 44AIIOVK
fickledge. lie spent from Saturday grove, west of Fort Pierce. He has ten Royal l Poinciana, Palm! Beach Va., about theUth of February, for Jack. Sunday, the 20th Inst. Holy communionwill -

|til Wednesday In Titusville. acres under cultivation, with'1,000 trees -We' acknowledge receipt of two Bonville, Titusvllle and other points, be administered, Immediately after IIAI.AXCM H HILDA* KOI.LOWHt

State's Attorney J. D. Beggs, of already planted. Some of his orange \illustrated London papers-"Madame" where they will leave their hunting outfits the morning service. All 'uro cordially Deposited In llrevard County State hank

lando, after spending eleven days in trees are 15 Inches In diameter, and are and the "London Musical Courier," until their return from Cuba. We invited to, bo present. Cub a* per In safe Cashier's: and t'er6/ncate..154'25 fliown to County CommlsRlonors .

Iwn, attending Circuit Court, left for loaded with fruit. Many of his trees which contain several flattering noticesof have had a very disagreeable winter, and .,..., ....., .,..,..........., 7715
Mr. Beggs is a were uninjured by Florida's big freeze. Miss Edith Martin, of Boston, the large Hakes of snow are now falling. -
me Wednesday. On Their Tour.
on Wedding
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[ascientious and painstaking attorney, Mr. Alderman also owns another groveat well-known young harpist, who was a There are hundreds of cases of grippe Total ... ... .. n. -$2.7144IIALANCES

in the Feaster trial.rMrs. Mims. visitor to Titusville several winters and deaths here I receive and
j was plainly seen ago many .
Mr. and Mm. H. M. D. Montmallln, of IICLOMOINO TO FACIE rU.D AI roL.I.OWII
and whoHO mother owns a line orange read the pink paper every week, and am
U. R. Jones, mother of Mrs. Palatka, were recently met by an Anvo. ,
We Do Not ControlAll grove at Sharpes. "Madame" publishes thus kept In touch with my friend and
fm. M. Brown, of New Hartford, Coun., CATE!!: representative on their wedding County llevenue-Oeneral Fund.....?... TTKoailmd
of Miss Martin the East I
large photograph Coast.
a : acquaintances along: ..
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in Titusville. !1I's. tour down tho East Coa t. They were liridgeYund
[shortly expected the blankets in town, but we have standing by her harp, which shows both note from the ADVOCATE what Naelhlnll, church II HnllcJtiiK Fund,..............t.. ..v.. :33 BS
bnes winters married at the 1'a-
visited this place a few Presbyterian and Forfeiture Kund. .,;7.. IHKwdlntf
off to great advantage. She received Rhodes Brady McFarland, Pritchard
low ,
io made some we are offering at very prices. latka last week the Jtov Thomas P.
and the many friends she then by Trimmer Kund ....".. JU 6a
an ovation at her debut In London Waddell Motlow and other crack shots
Jan. 24th to Feb. quite ,
Reduced prices from and after the wedding HlnkluifKuiidl t Not ..... :MHiwolal
II 1 be glad to welcome her again. Hay, reception,
4th Inclusive. where she'recently performed. We hopeto have boon doing; also Bradbury, at I FundActive Fund..., 1 w
\ which took placo at the residence of the ;
GARDNER & W ALKEJC. again see Mrs. and Miss Martin in Miami". Bohool Fund u.n........ ... 7W
bride's parents, they left for tho East
For Sale Cheap. Tltuttvillo at some future time., Coast, returning home the first of the Total....., .0... ,,i2 iH '

For Sale Cheap. Don't week. The bride U one of Palatka' -.
:Cruising sloop "Why Not," length 25tot Wharf and Shedding: Lumber. well-known and popular young: ladles, I shall publish, a monthly statement similar to
this each month I'
13 beam; draft 18 Inches. Roomy Buy a Hat, gentlemen; until you have heretofore known a* Miss Susie L. Dunn. JOHN HicsBV,
jbin, bunks and water tanks. Laying Party boat, partly furnished, schooner
the latent We of of the County Treasurer.
The Gifford mill Is now In operation seen ours. They are receipt some
Neilson 7 tons burden. Boat is at West ,
Titusville In charge Capt rigged,
AddressN. and I can furnish rough lumber at low i GARDNER & WALKER. wedding cake.
{ whom apply for particulars. Jupiter. R. FITZHUUH, prices and low freight rates.G. I Go and See Thin Placo if You 1/

Ktupty Fish Barrels for Sale. West Jupiter, Fla. F. Eau P ADDISON Gallie,, Fla. Itockledge, Indian I River, I Wanted, a Local Agent Want-a llargaln. jj

Has one of the most attractive! and. Two thousand dollars buys tho Hector 1 jj
[Address WALTER A. MOORE, Wanted At every shipping point on the Indian i
For Sale, best-stocked stores on the East Coast of Island property-a beautiful place on ;J
8 George :St.: Charleston, :S.: C. River to represent a tlrt-cla HtUburg
Florida. You can find everything you commission bouie. the Indian River, at Melbourne Fla.,
understands need there. Fitting out cruising patties consisting of a hotel and dwellinghouse,
A that thoroughly
man At Lotus, on Merritts Island, Fla., 10 Box 240
Macon Dining Kooms. i orange groves-budding, etc., at my acres, all cleared and planted with a specialty. Miami, Fla. steamboat wharf small tangerine orange
i place at Eldora. Give full particulars, orange trees, pineapple and all kind of Gco. N. HATCH, I'ropr. $grove and fine grape-fruit, all now 'ID full

When visiting Macon, Ga., do not fall size of family, wages required. Must be tropical fruit; artesian! well, piped, 600 for bearing; also lino banana and other
Eggs Hutching.
f call at Isaac's popular dining rooms; sober, steady man. Apply to feet; large modern houses with ballrooms "Sam Perkins IK l>yelug," artesian fruit; ,line lawn tennis court and fiDe
here you can obtain all the delicacies AARON A. DEOBAUW, ; nearly new well, and the whole place piped.)

1 the season at very reasonable prices. (By letter,) Oak Hill, Fla. Apply, or write to Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed White Plymouth exclusively, This place was held by the former owner,

-- MBS. THOMAS GREEN, and repaired. Dyeing In all Its branches.Old a* white a* snow, yellow leg and beak; C. J. Hector, at 10,000, but the present
Lotus, Fla. clothing made to look equal to new. bay eye; the best winter-layers; the owner will sell for 2000. This Is one
fine Pineapple Fine Lunches. of the finest Indian River
Residence and All orders by mall or express promptly best for table use; the handsomest fowl. places on

Plantation For Sale. -- attended to. Prices low. Work good. Guaranteed true to name, strictly fresh, Make offer to

If you need a good chop, steak or anything Choice Store Property for Sale,, Satisfaction guaranteed. and to arrive In bet order. JAMBA PAI.MKII: owner, ,,i iPutcbogue

1A most beautifully-located villa and else in the eating line, do not fall, HAM PERKiNS, Cleaner and Dyer, Address, II. FBIKDLANDKII, L. I. t/j
to the With five acre good land, two In Interlacheu, Fla. Or his care taker on the place,
iantation- overlooking from a high when in St. Augustine, to go Tltmvllle, Fla. r
luff-the picturesque Indian River; inpe Cathedral Place Lunch St Oyster Rooms, pineapple; good building with tenement 10 years In Sanford, Fla. CUAHMCS A. ELLEBUBOCK,
Melbourne Fla.
centre of the pineapple section; large close to the po toffice. over store; general merchandise stock, To Fishermen and Sportmnen. 1 ,
bemy buildings and out-houses. Mod- delivery wagon row and sail boat; I
Visitors to
St. Augustine. 1---
steamboat with .
landing warehouse
rn conveniences Inside toilet\ arrange- ,
lents, baths, sewerage; ; boat-house ander For Sale, New Furniture, well established and only store In good the E. V. Hall, of Cocoa, ha a 30-foot '
; lawn shrubbery, dowers and 15 community; store and postoffice outfit Will find that carriages of JohnInlo launch and rowboats on the Upper St.> Mr. Oeo. Cock, of Titusville, Is now
Prea in beat, quality pineapple Fur- At second-hand prices, In any quanti- complete; price low; title perfect. Address meet all train Partle taken for John river, near Cocoa and Rockledge. prepared to do laundry work of every

per particular .f ties. ,Wu. R. CAMPBELL, the owner, drive Write or ask for Every convenience for fishing parties.Best description. All work guaranteed.
W. G. WISAXS, "Bellevue," A. J. OLDS, P. M., JOHN IBVIJC, of fishing; reasonable term*. Writeor Leave your washing at O. F. Dureu'a
.' '' -'.. 'Eden'Fla. !f Melbourne, Fla.' "' ,. .,.Wa,eland, Brerard Co., Fla. St. Augustine, Fla. call upon the owner at Cocoa. I corner tore, opposite ADVOCATE: office




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f \' i I (erl. Applying the fertilizer after the His Life Wiw Saved. No night to UgllncM.The GEORO UARX. JOHN MARX:

j'I I America's Greatest first plowing, and harrowing It Into the Mr. J. E. Lilly a prominent citizen of woman who U lovely in face, form. 1VIA.B BROS.Wholesale
soil U the plan most recommended, and Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful and temper will always have friends, but .
I 'Ir Medicine i is deliverance from a frightful death. In one who would be attractive'/must keep ; Dealers In t
11 falling a severe drought in early summerIs telling of It he says: "I was taken with her health. If she Is weak, sickly and I
I }l' Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one that will give the best results typhoid fever, that ran Into pneumonia.My all run down, she will be nervous and GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
the has constipation or
upon the whole. lungs; became hardened. I was so Irritable If. ,
I ;' Which absolutely The quality and quantity of the fertilizer weak I couldn't even sit up In bed. kidney trouble, her Impure blood will

/ir. Cures every form of calls for a very careful study of Nothing helped me. I expected soon to cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptionsand Electiic. 131 and 133 Eat Bay Street and 0 and 8 Newiian Street,
:. die of consumption, when I beard of Dr. a wretched complexion.
i Impure blood, from this part of the work, since the grape I I. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave Hitters is the best medicine In the world Jackson: n1o, F1.0r1c1
very easily Influenced by the fertilizer great relief. I continued to use it, and to regulate: stomach, liver and kidneys
f"i The pimple on your used. Care should be taken that an ex- and now am well and strong, I can't say and to purify the blood. It gives strong ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIll
marvel. smooth, velvety
of fertilizer is not too much In Its praise. This nerves, bright; eyes, ,,
nitrogenous applied
;i." Face to the great cess lout medicine Is the surest and quickest skin, rich complexion. It will make a
otherwise it would Induce a rapid world all throat and lung woman of a run-down invalid.
cure In the for charming
all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and
:;" Scrofula sore which and Imperfect growth of wood, which! trouble. Regular sizes fiOc. and $1.00. Only 50 cents at .F. S. Chaffee's drug guaranteed We are genuine.headquarters We for also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed Cow We I'tr:,

1{' Drains your system; renders the vine more subject to attacksof Trial store;bottles every bottle free at guaranteed.F. S. Chalice's, drug. ; store. your Oranges! and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

'l: f of /1 fungous diseases. Where an agent deposits his princi MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.ur .
Thousands people
A good to furnish nitrogen is by
way with In his the principal We only Sell to Dealers.
To remove mildew, rub the fabric pal's money own name,
.'i Testify that Hood'sSarsaparilla growing leguminous crops (cow peas and salt, scrape some chalk and rut it alsoon is not liable for the overdraft of
crimson clover, for example), between
\\t the stain. Lay the article on the such agent.
cures the grape rows. grass, and as It dries wet it a little. OS: .A.S. E3 L VM:: & co. |
h ScrofulaSalt Rheum, An Ideal! grape fertilizer for a full bearIng How's This ,
r vineyard should analyze about 8 per IJlxinarck's Iron Nerve DEALERS INr- -

: Dyspepsia, Malaria, cent phosphoric acid and 10 per' cent ; FJ.n.e':: Wines: and. Liquors:
Was the result of his health.
splendid Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ,
,f: Catarrh, Rheumatism potash. The phosphate should be high Indomitable will and trerrfcndous energy; to any case of Catarrh that cannot be 417. & 410 \T. Bay St.,
That TiredtIt' grade acidulated rock phosphate. The are not found where stomach, liver, kid cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
9 And potash used should be the highest grade neys and bowels are out of order. If you J. CHENEY & Co., Props. Toledo, O.' JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA,
Feeling Remember this of sulphate obtainable. If this grade of want these qualities and the success We the undersighed; have known F. J. lI a _
they bring;, use Dr. King's; New Life Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
p And get Hood'sAnd fertilizer Is used at the rate of half a ton Pills. They develop every power of him perfectly honorable in all business During the Coming Year

.'. only Hood's. per acre It cannot fall to give satisfaction, brain and body. transactions, and financially able to carry L 1809,
r-- both as to quality and quantity, all other out any obligations made by their firm.
conditions- to seasons, etc., being When yeast begins to sour, add two West & Truax, Wholesale druggists. i; Will be enjoyed when Beauty
i >': favorable. teaspoonfuls of sugar to each cup of Toledo. O. p passes the cheering bumper oil
yeast and let it stand awhile before Waiding:, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale good old Wines, Whiskies anil
Any one who wants an object lesson Toledo O.
using. druggists, ,
ECy in results of vineyard fertilization can Hall's Catarrh Cure Is,taken Internally l I, Brandies, or warming Rum punch,!

'! .gH6.l 'uI get the same by a visit to any of our If Irritable, out of sorts, depressed Inspirits acting directly upon the blood and when made from our velvety, pun
H large city markets during the grape sea- have a dull headache, take a few mucous surfaces of the system. Price, and high grade Lewis 18G6 ll'hi
doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine "So per bottle. Sold by all druggists. = key.
and ho will be much astonished
son very for relief. Testimonials free.
quick "Fill the bumper fair
ro'4rF,4A at the lessons he will get there and the Every drop we sprinkle
O'er the brow of care
i difference that exists both In N
ih appearance 4"N Smooths away a wrinkle."
f and qualities of grapes of same va- -

ib ft.I rjetles, all caused by different .modes i.1 I A HAPPY HOME ATc -
and qualities of fertilizers used. The
.I .i..4 careful observer will find some baskets CHRISTMAS : "TJDPS."

VWINTERWOR whose contents look fairly well, but on Or at any other season of the year, l is a The word tip means different things)
examination will turn out to be soft and boon to every one, and we are selling lumber -
will enable the of i in different place: In a barber chair
+ at such prices as man
with thick skin and
a leatherly \\
moderate means to hang up his stocking 1 restaurant it is "a gratuity" given for!
always the first to decay. That kind of
under bill own chimney by next year. i extra good service. Another kind of i|
grape had been produced from an Inferior Builders and contractors will find our pricesfor ( oil
That's bit
; tip l is a "straight tip. a
grade of fertilizer. Other baskets Lumber and Shingles very low, and of
to ali outward appearance resemble, the the best quality, inducements that 'are beyond friendly advice, and that's what we an!
G4' ; competition. giving you when we tell you to try on I
others but i ii
on close examination will be ;
BUILDERS"SUPPLY CO., fW beer. If you are in the business, sell it:I
found to be of a superior quality 4 S.
very M'c C St. Augustine, Fla. if you are not, drink it. It is made from
having a fine vinous flavor;that all good
the purest materials, and we guarantee|
grapes have, skin smooth, thin and In '
: ji: it to be perfectly pure.
tough, good shippers and good keepers, .
$ IN THE VINEYARD all resulting from a high grade fertilizer. : NYa.a.7..

As already said, the grape l Is the most' ESTABLISHED 1880.

particular of our fruits as to Its plant Address, '
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS! FLA., food, and the progressive vineyardists Bond Lumber Co \ "G. MULLER & CO.,

Jan. :20, 1800. will bear that In mind when the proper Jacksonville, Fla.

e Editor Indian River Advocate ; time comes and'act accordingly and Inso Manufacturer of' and Dealers in Agts for. Acme Brewing Co,j

4 f The owners of vineyards In the southern doing he will have his reward in Acme Brewing Co:, Macon, Ga.

states will find the months of January superior quality and greater quantity LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING; SIDING CEILING
and February the most favorable for fruit in Its season. A good deal of the ,

the main preparation for the next crop, results of proper; fertilization, however, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing/ ; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange: Magnolia Grocery....
i such as trimming, pruning, fertilizing depend on the after treatment up to the and Vegetable Ci' ttes. We: solicit correspondence. ,

', and plowing, but for setting out new time the grapes are ,about half grown. Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Wholesale and Retail!Dealer .in
!' vines the latter part of February or midI The soil should be well stirred after DeLand and ,Titusville.

} dIe of March Is the best time.' I' every heavy rain and the last two or STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. _
f In an established vineyard If the crop three times should be wllh sweeps on '

of the previous year has been a heavyone the cultivator_instead of shovels, thus H. A. HODGES.... Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

there l Is sure to be good deal of simply scraping the' surface and keeping MANUFACTURER OF Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please yoi|

out dead wood to do and after clear of the root feeders that then and FLA.
trimming get 102 Main :33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE,
that l Is attended to, .the pruning proper so near the surface. )yhen''the fruit Is ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Li mbei'... Telephone No. 255.Photo .

is next In order. Some men prefer to do two-thirds grown all cultivation should ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

the plowing before pruning, but I think cease and the vineyard allowed to remain Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
the best way is to trim and prune flint that way until! next winter. any part of Florida, would do well to wilte for prices. The saw mills are locatedat Go
t and burn up all the rubbish caused 0. K. McQUARRIE. Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Supply
; part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. .
thereby, and after that fertilizing and ,
plowing. I don't need to refer here to GOI.Dll,I Is of no value when health Is .
the particular methods of pruning In In danger. What's of more value ? V AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK Cfl.l
Pr'att's up-to date tablets will break upa We Carry the BOYDELL BROS. PAINTS. >
r vogue In different'parts of our country, cold in one day, and for constipationand ..
because everyone has got to use a good biliousness and all malarial troubles, only house in Florida devoting its time to the |
deal of hard common sense to guide him, It has no equal. By mail prepaid for 2.:>c. Have sold out all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh KODAKS.The l .
lot Pratt Medicine Co., Station::) B, Chicago,
the which ho works
system on tbo
111. Send::) for sample. ofLumber SPECIALTY::) -Developing and Printing.
ever so well defined; this with the enormous Supply

number of the different varieties Empty salt may Give us a Trial. No trouble to answer questions.
bags used for
in cultivation renders a hard and fast steaming Indian puddings and then used Hardware and Paints 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
-'* lino in grape pruning an impossible thing for dishcloths.
to follow Another obstacle to any delit ,

pt nlto of plan tho in vine pruning, some Is having tho form their'of training vinoyards -- Every woman should know- Or anything in the line of Building Mate MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO

that there in a great home
i trolllsed with wire others ? I
prnfeiring medical book that tells ial or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or
c to have a post to each vine and I all about the reproductive .

t training it on that, and each different ( P I> of women physiology, rand all Plumbing, do not fail to write
''s method of training the vino making the about the bome.treatment .

pruning different as well. >'If diseases pecu of EDWARD STILIETG Malcolm. Love, Fischer, Manier & Lan |

I have tried both of tho ways of training liar to the sex.: ,
the vine, and after a number of years /1 This book con. "THE BRICK STORE,"
s \twins 1008 pages PIANOS.WATERLOO
experience I find the single post to a and over 700 il.Ilustrations. COC0, :Jn.d.1.an.Et.1.:: V'cr" Tmr. A.. .
vine system tho best for this section, It I
and one vtsry strong point in Its favor 1,
l with me Is the facilities It gives for thor- '.a' SAW ANn PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE! YARD ; KIMBALL OKGANS....
Medical Adviaer. 1'ulatka. Flu. E. Hay St., Foot of Catherine.
ough cultivation in being able to cultivate It used
or plow both ways, a thing you cannot to cost $1.50. Over seven hundred thou. WILSON CYPRESS Lowest Prices Terms.
do when wire is used. sand people purchased it at that price and COMPANY ; Easy'
1,300,000 people now
own copies of it. ,
The most Important work of the whole For a limited time copies will .be given
Manufacturers of ST Write for
away Catalogues.
year, however, is the fertilization, and a This great book contains the names, ad.
1 question that often arises among horti dresses, photographs and experiences of MANIER & LANE MUSIC COMPANY,
culturists Is, "Should fertilizing or plow. hundreds of women who were once hope. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *
lest invalid, but who have
been ,
1'' restored 24 Forsyth Street Jacksonville FK
InS be done first in the vineyard?" And to robust womanly health by the use of Dr.

L i this is another point on which experts velous Pierce'i medicine Favorite acts Prescription This mar.. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings shingles,

differ, and It is like the pruning question organs distinctly directly feminine.on_ It the makes delicate lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress EASY RIDING

best solved by Individual exper- them strong, healthy, vigorous, virile and mouldings of all patterns a specialty., ,

I 1 ience. Some prefer broadcasting the hood.elastic. It It banishes fits for wifehood the usual and suffering mother of When at home, write' us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. All tho time and speed when you
fertilizer and plowing it under with an the expectant months and, make baby's want it is a great feature of
advent east and almost painless. It robs .1
ordinary turning plow This method
finds universal favor when the vineyardis robust motherhood health of of its the perils.little newcomer It insures and the,a The aEioyoie.: ..
located soil bountiful supply of nature's nourishment. H 0 ME SEEKERS
on heavy but where the
It transforms weak, sickly, nervous inva. ..... .. .... .... .
!' soil l is sandy or gravelly, or both, the lids into healthy, happy wives and mothers. i Here are some Keating points for your consideration:_
fertilizer Is best applied after the first For a paper.covered copy of Dr. Pierce' or- -

plowing and mixed !in the soil with one-cent Common stamps Sense ,Medical to cover Adviser cost of, mailing send 21 Who are Seeking a Home I In the South should send to the undersigned for a The Frame makes it STRONG.

either cultivator or harrow There are only, to World's Dispensary Medical AMO- copy of theFlorida
advantages however In both ciation\ Buffalo Y. For elegant French The Construction makes it
ways, all \ ,
31 stamps
1 t depending a good deal on the season bo- Miss Edith C.ln, of Clinton Allegheny Co. I East Coast DURABLE.The .
u Ing a favorable one or not. In the former Pa"and,.am writes I SnltrelycuredFavorite"After two years of Prescription suffering.: I Homeseeker. Bearings give ItSPEED.

plan the fertilizer Is put deep in the soil with now been troubled .
i female weak new for some time and also
and the root feeders get It when there lei with a troublesome drain ou the system. but The Double Roller Chain
now I am happy and well.". We have lands for Fruit GrowingTrucking
sure to be Tobacco Growing and
always moisture
enough todissolve ""' FLY.
cases of constipation and torpid liver Winter and Suramei nones. Climate the healthiest In the United States. '
it into plant food. But on the no remedy equal to Dr. Pierce'i Pleasant Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
other hand, when the root feeders areaway PellcU. They regulate and invigorate the Apply to -

I, f from near the surface of the soil One stomach little,liver Pellet and bowels.is a gentle They laxative:never fail aDd JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Send for Catalogue. !It has N Equal. 8'-
and lack the warm sun and air'given! by two*.a mMA cthrtitThey never gripe. ,
I cultivation, the quality of the fruit suf. An upon dealer will not tugs substitute FLORIDA EAST COAST., 'R'T,4 KEATING WHEEL COMPANY
ST. .
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professional Cards. of articles by what I had paid In the HORSES AND DRIVERS. FOR .

i" ia'U I know almost to a dollar ",hl&l.lt $ 3.2O. .

G. .. ROBBEI WALTBB S.GRA HAM.JBBINS Doils costs to support me for A year at my St.' claps at Lewistou. Me. 4i Sent to us by Expressosto/five: / order or New York we will
A GRAHAM, present late of living, and just where I wore !{ ounce semi CHARGES: PREPAID
hoes you by Express, _
forward in this race'Now
9OldRonnin could out down my expenses If I found i

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,' such a course necessary. it is Mid that the stallion Morey FOUR FULL QUARTS Ii

ICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Another bit of advice I have to offer. supposed to be by Slander, is in reality Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
Sores Amber :I :18, by Alcycne.
and 2 to 4 p. m. Take a receipt or written paper of some ) I

rrrtrsviLLE, Brevard Co., Florida. kind to show that money has been spent The trotter Lentolnn, 3:15: by Pao- Calhoun ,
I BOX 108. Itching loins, has a boil on his hind l leg that Pure Rye. WhiskeyWe
ScratchingEczema make The
time a purchase.
In aU the every you :
[11 practice court*- ut and fed has bothered him all summer.
splendid of big stores
our pro-
clad facilities for examining and perfect- system When he took bill record of 3:13: "" at ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate cnntrnt. (which will avnlit' all com.
and titles. tides such a paper with each purchase, the: reoet t meeting at Toledo the pacer ment.lvn yon get It and test It, If It In. not satisfactory return It at Ot'lt KXI'K.N.SE: : and ,
but there are other places where your |J SO will he cheerfully rrfumlwl. Thin Whiskey I* an \aml) as anyO( RIMM, !* In the market.
many Pendulum moved like clockwork.The We are ('I"".. at hand and ran !give yon t'ICKKIl DKI.IVKUY: than distant lioune We have
L. GAULDEN careless women get nothing for the California Dr. i turn ilnlnir business in this cifr and\ at the name!stand for over in YEARS, and a* to our KKH-
S-ycnr-old Fnuuxs I'OXSIllli.ITV\ AM KKl'UTATION for honest tailing\ wo refer you to any merchant here or to
I money they pay. They settle house rent 2:1Sjy, by Iran Alto, has gone lame the editor of this. jmiwr.

ATTORNE-Y-AT-LAW, bills and pay room rent without taking n and may not start again this year. I SOLOMON & LEVI: r

hi practice In all the Courts of the State Blood Poison receipt, and by great good luck have 'no In commenting on Sllvanw Y's per IOL'8{ :! A HUM: First Avenue,

orlda; and the United States Courts. trouble. Occasionally a case comes up formance at Charter Oak park a horseman P. O. Box No. M.: BIRMINGHAM ALA

3. Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. where receipt would save lots of said that tho bay filly scored at
Prodllt'lnr till fol1owtnr ymptomll Fl1lnp "UTH'JoI-Wel'"Y Express Charges to all 1 point reached 1>y "SOUTItERY KXl'IlKSrt COM-:
Money to Loan. 18 tlon U.lr.SoreThrOl't. I'uatulea ,"' oll.n(Hand'.Krill" trouble and money, and then they be- least! 17 quarters during the raeo. I'ANY" hut to point on lines of other Express Companies. we prepay, only to point where
cud L'1..r. of the "Skin Southern : transfer
tx\'rf'.llIll1l'any to said other
Stiffneaa Done 1'alnt or, etc.Ulcers the. Joint.. UheUl11au.w, come more careful. And, again, keep In a recent letter to a friend in Pen \ Express Company
GOLDSMITH, those receipts until the law says that the' dleton. Or., Frank Fc zier said, "If '"

Scrofula bills could not be collected by dishonest Chehalis did not wear hopples, I could .
get $20,000 for him.' But he wears can Save !
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, or careless persons. They can bo put them. You1 Money i

away in big envelopes, marked with the
EyesAre Last season the gray pacing gelding
and will take but -
Isville, Florida.J. proper year, really up Dullmont, 2 :09'4 i, placed the track record -.. -- -

cored by little room. If an occasion camo up of New Plata ., at 2l5.:

BOTANIO BLOOD BALM (B. B. 0. when one of these bits of paper was This season, at the iocent *races, he cut By So3O.c3.lix8: :. : : to; -

WEBB, The Great Blood Remtd'. needed to prove one's honesty all the it to 2:lSJi.

A ATTORNEY LMV trouble of keeping the lot would be more In the third heat of the 3 :26 trot at C23A6:: : :::0. JeOvOS:: .,

Th above named diseases are all due to diseased than made up to you. Sirch occasionsare the, Kenton ((0.) meeting Walter B,
germs floating around In the blood. These
[ill practice in the Courts of the 7th !perms make their appearance; on the body at the more common than you may think. owned by William Bryant Fredericks- LOTUS r=aor: .rna
Suit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsrents point of least resistance. Lotions and salves town, 0., fell and broke his neck. The ,
may help temporarily, but to effect the
and accounts collected. cure
[ poison must be !got out of the blood, and that Is Volcanic EruptionsAre gelding had won the first two heats. FOR QUOTATIONS ON
grille, Florida. why H. M. II.-Botanic Blood Halm cures. The of
It. 11. literally. drives the poison h pro grand but skin eruptions rob life performance Searchlight at
duce blood fllnnaHpiit nut: nf thA bond Imnn* Rigby park is still more noteworthywhen
and body, leaving the i fle llanrea8' of joy: Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
i 0. FRIES, C. E. born babe's and leaves no bad alter elTects.anew Its them; also old, running and fever sores, his trip from Cleveland) to Port- Seeds Fertilizers &: Crate Material-

this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to ulcers, boils felons, corns, warts cuts land, back to Dubuqno, Ia., and again
cured. .... .
stay back to Boston is taken into consideration. ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR.nd bruises, burns scalds, chapped hands,
Scrofulous Poison of the Mlood. chilblains best pile cure on oarth. .

legally surveyed and sub-divided. Botanic and Blood other Balm*poisonous(B. II. B.conditions) cures all of Scrofulous the Drives out pains and aches. Only 25cts.; The black stallion DerN orto, 3:08: is Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions

ping neatly done. Estimates forkInds blood of,how In either long sex standing or at any, how age previously of life no matter mistreated a Chaflce box. ,Cure druggist.A guaranteed.. Sold by F. S. a big success as a gnideless wonder, and :B3T". If you need a Stove write for prices.

of how obstinate how neglected, or how Sent. 11 paced a mile at Independence. .
engineering works. Dis1 --------------------------
acquired. Or., in 2 : H.4i which equals the world's

1 lines a specialty. Sores, Bolts, Tumors. New England girl was not allowedto record, made.by the late Marion Mills, A SUDDEN CHANfeE. 'Choice Ies

Botanic Blood Balm (B. ]t.B.)cures all Sores marry until she could bake a loaf of at this style of going.-Horseman. Winos Liquors
SVILLE, Brevard Co. FLORID Ulcerations, ,
Eruptions noils.Tumors and other slices t r
external evidences of blood taint. ",j bread and cut it in smooth, even What Caused the Thermometer to DropIn and Cigars ,

If Your Blood Has a Taint of while it was still warm, a century ago. FRILLS OF FASHION. Mr. lloitobnrn'i OfHo. a'

JORGE W. ALLEN, Specific Poisoning The weather wall very warm, and Mr. Guaranteed Pure r

You should llo.e no time In having It out. Our Women's complexions depend for Cyrano ia one of the newest calora. Ikia Roxtoburn was very fat. Consequently Sold at reduced

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonderful Botanic Blood Balm (H. B.B.)will do beauty upon Digestion. Dr. M. A. Sim- a rich ruby and becoming alike tc Mr. Roxtoburn was not happy. lie sat prices
his for and .
long as you the speedily virus remains thoroughly it; will keep finally.So burrowing mons Liver Medicine regulates the stomach dark and fair. in his luxuriously furnished private ImportedTokny

[West, Florida; into tirsue, nerve arid muscle, even Into liver and kidneys and secures the Grace loving Frenchwomen declare office mopping the perspiration from Wine,

Jll practice in the United States the violently bones it, and will you break never forth.know You may when not or think how Blessings of good digestion. that the'fad for flounced skirts has gone his brow and abusing tho weather bu from Italy

tate Courts. Ojun95LLPH : much of a sore on the fare, a pimply skin or an too far and that have roan. He knew very well that losing
ulcerating throat, but either one of them may be There were no manufactures in this they never approved his temper would not tend to make him John B. Togni
he outcrop of far more dangerous internal con- of the fashion. ,
ditions. country, and every housewife raised her cooler, but he lost his temper just the
E.'SMITH, M. D. Should any one be afflicted with any stage of In spite of elicits to abolish them the Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.,
flax and made her linen aame.
a century -
Blood Scrofula, Scrofulous ,
Poison Swellings
full waists continue of
drooping Rome
Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores, Tumors ; ngo.; Presently the door opened Softly, and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
?HYSICIAN AND SURGEON Skin Diseases, Kidney Troubles Eczema, Catarrh the finest imported models having thin the head clerk entered. "Good morning \Vlaule..le mul.ltplall... .....
Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Scaldliead, running almost
style to an extreme.
broken down constitutions or any other disease Mr. Roxtoburu bo said with an .
ialist ---------
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal caused by impure blood B. B.B.-Botanic Blood Artificial Albumen. Food. The popularity of velvet for wraps apologetic cough.
Diseases. talm-will cure you after every other known Wise heads are still wagging over the and this winter is The Largest and Most Complete -
already as-
reinedC has failed. Can be taken with perfect gowns "Well what Is it? growled his em
Located at Placide Hotel safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad report from Vienna of the discovery sured. This will be good news for it ia ployer. "Don't waste my time in souse Establishment South.
after elYocts. 11.'II. le.Is the and
only quick per by Professor Lilienfcld of a method of fabric that ia universally becoming. '
will a lean greetings. What do want?
manent Blood 1'urifler on earth. One battle you GEO. S. 'HACKER &
SONVILLE, FLORIDA. est It In any case. Druggists: sell B B. B. at $1per producing albumen from the products Parisian manufacturers are turning "I merely wished to ask," repliedthe SONS .
large bottle, or !send direct to us and we will of coal tar. The chemists tell us that ,
hip to any point, all charges. I'repahl.llix large out epaulets with fringes hanging to the clerk timidly "if you thought it
C. II. PEETE, bottles on receipt of 85. Remember, B. B. B. albumen is the indispensable'- propertyin waist! and deep flounces of fringe are was hot enough" .
does not contain mineral or vegetable poison animal food that makes ns eat it, I" Mr. Rox
look FREE.BLOOD being woven to hang from the knees to "Hot enough interrupted
E, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. so the deduction has been drawn thatif the hem of the skirt.A toburn. "What do yon moan? Hot

BALM CO, AtlantaGa. we can get our albumen from coal dainty tea jacket Is made of accordion enough! Can't you nee I'm on the vergeof ,il II II.I IIP
5C8 tar will not have to eat meat.
Cherry Street we
plaited liberty silk, which falls prostration? How dare you bother mo
That sort of deduction better adapted with such fool questions? such
Macon Ga. unconfined back and front from a Another I
to make attractive headlines to a Cable
from will
square shirred yoke of the fame material impertinence you conjt you
HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS.: dispatch,than to carry conviction to I .I.Ir
The sleeves reach your place.
M. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. plaited onlyto
the soul of there
a man so was the elbow. "I beg your pardon, sir" ventured

Accounts in every household should hardly need of the warning whioh has the trembling clerk when his employer
|aduate Philadelphia;: College of followed the original news that while Striped piques with miniature flowers '
for breath. "I afraidI +
be regularly kept not an omission of the paused to gasp am wrw
con, class 1872. Perfect operationsIsed. Dr. Lilieufeld has doubtless made a between the stripes are being largely did not make meaning quite clear.I .
smallest article being permitted. They employed for single and double breasted
valuable chemical the
discovery usefulness
Hazeltine Block, corner Bay only wanted to ask if you thought the
should be balanced at least every month; of artificial albumen as food is vests, as well as for those showing no
aura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.rgiIllaHomes. heat was great enough to make it ueoca- MANUFACTURERS OF
at the end of every week is better saysa still to be tdetermined. Harper's opening, to be worn with tailor made nary to start the electric fans in the

correspondent in an exchange. Some Weekly. gowns. Vests! are also fashioned of ban- clerks' office." Doors Sash Blinds
dana baudk-jrohiefa, the effect being
methodical women fix on stated sums to "Start the electric fans)" exclaimed

be appropriated for different purposes rest Way Out of It. striking under a dark coat. Mr. Roxtoburn. "What on earth' do Moulding & Building Material

household clothes, education of chil- He-Who in that ugly looking girl The ordinary foulard nearly covered you want of funs on a nice cool day like

dren; and ,pin money, for the last Bum is standing at the side of the poet? with a white design has been extremely this? Do you think I am going to pay OfHco & Warerooms King, opposite

little inci She-Sir, I want you to understandthat fashionable this season but .for early my money for electricity just because a Cannon Street.Charleston .
to cover many
Lands necessary she is sister. autumn wear satin foulard in the moat lot of headed clerks like to neo the I
u learn all about Virginia my nap S.
| dentals, like car fare, the purchase of a tints with small whiteor Q. ;
exquisite new ,
j mode of cul- I He-Von misunderstand me. I mean wheels go round. Go back to your ,
resources, products, magazine, charity contributions or club the girl to the left of the post. cream designs, ia taking its plaoa work Legers and don't bother me again

|ation, prlcea/etc.! by reading the dues. Whatever the appropriation, it is :She:; -That is also one of my Bisters. The satin foulard ia far richer looking milena you have something of importance Sash Weights, Cord and

|rgnia Farmer. Send lOcts. never exceeded. Want of arrangementmeans lie-Allow me to congratulate you than the other and wears twice as well. to tell me."-New York" World.

3 months subscription to the loss -of time which can never be on having the meanest looking lot of -New York Sun. Hardware.

mer Co., Emporia, Va. regained.; Order and punctuality are relatives I have over seen in all my
life.-New York Journal. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Window and Fancy GlassA
/great economists of time, and cannot be HAD NO FEAR.

too highly estimated. I cannot give unvarying SPECIAI/PY.
The finest shops in a Chinese city are H. Kn w III. Man and WM Sure the Bor *- t
circumstances deal
rules as
11E those devoted to the sale of cofflna. .t WM Safe
largely with every woman's life, and the BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Australian rabbit skiuaaro being converted Geraldine Montague wan a decided
size: of one's income is an important factor lithe aud gazelle
t ECULIAR into sealskina for the American blond graceful ap a
J But I can give general rules which market. fair tiH a lily Her lover was tall, dark

832. will be of advantage to all. and handsome.It .
DI Pet in London chamois
dogs wear
for the mistress ofa was a dreamy afternoon in June A
It is necessary
shoes when in! the house to protect pol
ITTONIFT when they left the furmlinuHO whero
household to be informed of the prices ished floors from scratches.

and goodness of all articles In commonuse Catarrh is an they were stopping to troll through
SEINE TWINES. Eight churches have stood on the site sweet scented fields. Emerging from a TRADE MARKS
and of the best places and limes to Amtrkall disease
i9wkkZ of St. Paul's cathedral, London. The field dotted with daisies, they paused DESIGNS
PERFECT STURGEON TWINE purchase. She should know the com- Mrs.Greger,Uagby, first one was built in the year 223. near a cliff overlooking the sea. Aa the r w w COPYRIGHTS Ac.Anyon .
II .
f4 ndlnf a ketch antS description may
Tex.says: "I'c-runa
ABLE CORDS AND MACRAME parative prices of provisions, that she ,j The average number of horses killed clung tenderly to hiia-,heir figures appeared quickly MoorUIn our oplniun fr... w b ether oliivimtlnn
I _h'r' hasdonesomuchgoodfor II proh lily Communlm-:
a Dow. MM. may be able to substitute those time are ) in Spanish bullfights every year exceeds like delioutel/ carved cameos tlollutrloUoonnaent r.atentabl. on" tciitt
EMORY JOHNSON, OWN. T me that I am able tildes for iwleiil*.
ttff. securing
most reasonable when they will\ answeras \ .It work." 6,000, while from 1,000 to 1,200 bulls against the clear azure sky, ant Pateutl taken throe uo.. 4 Co. naive
MOODUS, CONN. This \' \ ,I to do my own are sacrificed. "DarlinK '" ho wbtopored. .,..,Ca4 notUt, without charge, la the t ;
well as more costly ones. ap-
..." \i'I. Mr.JacobOriffln,Elmer, love!I" she murmured.
.. "My Scientific Jlmcrican
plies to cases of small families which are When packing away light silk gowns, '
..in r.p. often encumbered with unnecessary It. \' Mich.,writes: "I was very do not use white tissue paper for it ia There, high above the moaning wave, handsomely lllnitntt wMklr. J.a r..t tlr. '

? +.,.,.+ rsravv pieces of meat under the impressionthat fi \\'t. 'nervous work.have and taken unable several to bleached by chloride of lime and will they lingered until the blazing orb of dilution ol,month any olonilflo,ft Journali fxwidMlvn.Co" T rnn,tit a. I'I'A

,;uL.Y spoil the color of the silk. day oust a glow over the western hills.
A big yield of both it is cheaper to buy that way. Now, bottles of I'e-ru-na and They were happy-supremely happy, MVNN j ""' New J York i
when the family am entirely well." Cornets must not be worn by Russian Branc )a r<2t r BU Washington .
;j 1 ro.t u.id satisfaction there is no cheapness women schools for that day they had plighted troth. f
attending high
1 3 wiii result if you plant wearies of that kind of meat long before Esther. Luther, Frank- young When tbe lovers returned to the !
universities and music and art schools, .
it is consumed, is there? A smaller portion .If. iy linsville, N. C., says: "I according to a recent decree of the new farmhouse, they neparated. Geraldine COTTON AND

'E 5 eeds' at a higher price would be better, took your Pe-ru-na for minister of education. They_ are to be Bought her father's apartment and with
'tP deafneba can bear now as face radiant with joy told him of her
ceased to be appreciatedit
because when It could." encouraged to wear the national costume. -
well I '
as ever
Thi-y ore always the heit. became waste. LINEN NETTING
; Do m be
>\l tute-buy none but rVrry'i.l I do not Intend this little talk to ...... eneMich.writest: "1 bad Paper floors for dwelling houses are bleaaiugi" said the venerable father to

|'\ role the w bjr seed all dMlara.Anouml-Wrlto free. for taken by housekeepers alone, but by .. If la grippe and it left me coming into use in Germany. They are tbe confiding child

D.M.FERRY CO.Drtrolt.Mlch.IDIAN women wherever they may be. The unmarried \:',. with a terrible cough. I formed of several thickneaaea of stout "But, papa," the exclaimed, aa her

woman 'who earns every dollar took Pe-ru-na and was paper dampened, pasted and rolled. face suddenly clouded, "I fear he may

which keeps her body and soul In proper cured." They have no crevices or joints to harbor discover our secret; that you are not a

condition has Just as much to do with t Mrs. E. Guest Kearney, the dust feet. or 'vermin and are yielding to retired banker, but only a retired police FISHING TACKLE, f.

the keeping of account as. her married Buffalo Co., Neb., writes: mau on half pay."
% .,
RIVER 'STEAMERS. I would not believe that until 5.., "I took your I'e-ru-na for Uoaausl W.f.,. "Pubawl. I Fear not my daughter," Superior quality Linen GUI Netting

sister R'' 'e h catarrh and can say that A well known farmer of Weston aid the sage and knowing parent wade from Knox's Scotch thread.
when I was persuaded '
I.N.Co. three years ago, I' i\ I am now entirely curedof Hills Spalding England has it "He'll discover nothing. Did you not and estimates furn-
*Dce of Schedule of I. It. B. B. months. It was distasteful near Samples cheerfully
to try it for six it." tell me thut he Is the chief of a detective -
is stated, undertaken an extraordinary trued Corks, Leads, Lines, etc
at first, this jotting down every little 11. Walter Brady Cascade task for of $5,000. Ho has bureau?"-Up to Date.
1890 A wager
and after Monday, Jan. 2, thread but I did It J. I'. JOHNSON & CO.,
r steamer Sebaatlan, In command of four cents I spent for q: \\ Ark., says: I had agreed confine himself to his bedroom Manufacturers 1

I. Frank Houston will leave TitusMondaYI because I promised to make a faithful :r \\ running ears. It was.so for a period of seven years. lie has embarked In App Tin*. ,
at 4:00: In much less time ''l When the red I.l on the apple 121 South St., BALTIMORE, :MD.
I excluded his
[ and Wednesdays trial of the plan. t offensive myself upon voluntary imprison And the appU'a on the tree. I
(., for St. Lucle river landings and than the allotted six month I became from all society After ment in good health and spirits. The When MyrUlla with her basket

mediate points, returning to Titus devoted to account book, and I must I had borne it fourteen dti.t are managing the business for VUng* a saucy glance at CM Palmetto Drug Store Daytona. .

[Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving my been instrumental years I read Dr Hartmsn's book called their father, who is a middle aged man. AlLth joy of all the ,,*.IOU :1
I about confess that It Ripen In a rosy ,!I... medicines chemicals fine toiletsoaps '
noon. Drug., ,
Life.: I took seventeendollars' farm of 200 acres The
'The Ills of renting some ,
fearoer St. Augustine In command expenditures down to proper hfliithj red 1* on the apple brushes, combs, perfumery and
keeping my ,
worth of his remedies and challenger of tbe i is a wealthyand the tree.
MB wager And the appU'a on ,
TitusI "
apt. Geo. J. Mercier, leaves llmlta. It has been of other value to eccentric Lincolnshire gentleman. .'. York Ilwar&I fancy toilet articles In great variety ; .
cured. ,
Tuesdays and Thursdays, returning entirely M, HUSTOS !
me, for It enabled me to guage the price .. propr. .
pdayt and fiatiudsy -" 1


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retired to consider their verdict. and it Is your duty to return a verdict I I days after the same has been col'ectedor
I IIDI1H RIVER ADVOCATE 4-. the Jury < him shall be prima facie Real
-f At 0 o'clock the Judge sent word to the of not guilty. received by Indian River Ag1TITUSVILLE
Jury to ascertain if they were likely to The Indictment in this case contains evidence of the conversion to ones own
shortly. They lent word to the five counts. The first and fourth counts use, or the withholding with intent to
1 j A WISELY JOCMAL DCVOTKD TO .TH Dna&- Judge agree that they would not agree for an charge a conversion $11,582.23 by de- convert to ones own use, the moneys so
or MI XT or Tae MDUM ittv LABBWOBTH hour; so the court took a recess for an fendapt of the funds of Brevard county, withheld; provided that you find from FLA.
AID BIMATXC BAT IBOTIOHI.PUBLISHED hour. coming to his hands as county treasurer. the evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt, .,
that the first count that there has been such withhold i
At 7:30: p. m. the Judge ordered the The difference being any
EVERY FRIDAY. court opened, and sent for the Jury. charges the conversion to have been ing. This prima facie proof may be rebutted '
They came Into court, and to the surprise fraudulent, and the fourth charges It in by other testimony In the case. YOU would do well if you have; property to sell and want it advertised In ft

CMABLM II. WALTOH, Editor & Proprietor. of those present, they stated they the words of the act of 1807. Embezzlement is defined as the fraud paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at Obct
could not agree. The Judge thereupon The second count charges fraudulent ulent appropriation of property to his this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
sent them back again. use by defendant of part of the funds of own use by a person to whom it has
be made this winter this
will by
of entrusted. This crime was not gy Many probably Agency. Wh" ,
I At 8SJO: p. m. the jury asked to see the Brevard county as treasurer $11,682.23.The been
Gov. W. D. BLOXHAM has invited Judge who ordered them Into court, but third count charges; that defend known at common law, but is purely '

the governors of all the states to they not come until thirty minutes ant willfully withheld $11,582.2. of the statutory. The fraudulent 1 III to be determined yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and rivet, per acre $2.00 to 110.00.
end practical military men to at. later. When they came Into court the funds of Brevard county, coming\ to his from the evidence, beyond a ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

tend the National Military Conven- foreman, Mr. W. C. Braddock, handed hands as county treasurer, so as to be- reasonable doubt. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of
the Judge a paper, which proved to be a come a defaulter. The act of 1807 provides that any state, i and vegetables. Price
Gallle first..clasllfor pineapples $1,000
tion be held at Tampa next ; oranges
t to read to Befoie convict on the 2nd and municipal officer who shall
request for the judge to over you can county or ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, SO miles south of Titusville. Will $1
month, for the purpose of discuss. them a charge to the Jury, handed to 3rd counts In the Indictment, the evi- concert to his own Use, or who shall and $2,000 next. Puce, $7,000. pay ,000 ti I

-Inn-- nnrl---- ,- -formulating- methods for .'the fudge by defendant's counsel_ for dence must show beyond a reasonable withhold with intent to. .convert. .to .his. year HAMMOCK LANDS. near Titusville from $;) to $2.; per acre.
reorganizing the present defective that purpose. He also read to them doubt that before June :3rd, 1897, the de- own use, any money belonging 10 me One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 21 miles west of Titusville,
We part of the state's charge to the Jury, fendant, as county treasurer of Brevard state or county, whose duty requires vegetables and Price, $:;;-10.00. good
Militia hope pineapples, oranges.
State systems. which was handed to the judge for the county,Ylollda, did fraudulently use a him to receive said public money, shall,
the various governors will give same purpose. certain portion of the funds of Brevard In every such act, be deemed guilty of
it practical aid to Gov. Bloxham in The Jury then retired and came 'into county' In his hand as such treasurer; embezzlement of the money so converted i

this important matter. court at 0tO::\ p. m. with a verdict: of finding from the evidence what amountwas or withheld. Then follows the quota ::r A E B. :so-o-es:
"Not guilty." so fraudulently used. tion from said act above.
To say that those who heard the verdict Before you cat) convict on the third : The court charges you as to the fourth'
were surprised. Is putting It in Its count, you must find from the evidence, and fifth counts, that subsequent to
WE have met a great many peo mildest form. To use a vulgarism, they beyond a reasonable doubt, that the de-, June 3, 1897\ It was unlawful for any Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal ac
pIe who are anxious to go to'"Ha were simply "knocked off their feet." fendant, as county treasurer of Brevard officer, mentioned In the act, to convert ,,
vana and other places in Cuba ; Defendant was ably represented by county, did, prior to the :3rd day of June, i to his own use or withhold with intent
but, from various accounts, we Col. Frank Pope, of Jacksonville, and 1807, willfully withhold from an officerof to so convert any of the public money, Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving f Fn'
in M. Goldsmith, of tills place: while Bievard c6unty, authorized to demandand I and if the evidence shows the existence !
find that Havana is a unhealthy
II very State's Attorney J. D. Beggs and Major leccivo same, some particular por- of either of those facts, beyond a reason
condition, that there is St. Clair Abrams prosecuted. The court tion of the funds of Brevard county in able doubt, under the' act of 1807, the all the time.
considerable yellow fever and small and county commissioners did all in Ill's hands as treasurer of same, under officer is guilty of embezzlement, and

pox in the city, and that many their power to bring in a conviction, but such circumstances as constitutes the de- should be convicted' on the fourth or Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to mal
deaths take place daily. In ad- the jury was too much for them. fendant a defaulter. Unless the evi- fifth counts, as the proof may'warrant. beast. Agent; for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotatiw
The following are the names and ad dence does show all the.above facts, to +j If you find the defendant guilty of Lowest cash
dition to this, it is stated that dresses of the jury: Foreman_ VV. C, your satisfaction beyond a reasonable either the fourth or fifth counts, you prices.
!, many Americans in Havana are I Braddock,Sebastian; O. B. Hall,Sharpcs; (doubt, you must find the defendant not should specify In your verdict the Office!: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE,, FLi

I starving for want of food. Mr. A. Dyal, Cocoa; E.Spearman, City Point; guilty. amount. of which. you find him not guilty
James E. 'rate of Baltimore, who E. C. Walker, Woodley: A. M. Sample, The fifth count charges; the defendantwith 01-- emoezziemenu- '- '
Fort Pierce. It will bo observed that withholding $11,582.23 of the funds ,,. If you find him guilty under the first .
ra has been spending several weeks i in I not one Titusville resident was on the of Brevard county, that came to his second or third counts, you say simply CHAS. N. WELSHANS

Havana, tells a Very deplorabletale I Jury. hands as county treasurer, with, intentto under the first, second or third counts, ,
of the state of affairs, and In the republics south of here, it Is convert to his own use. 1 I'rba j! as the case may be.I .
1 strongly advises people to stay the rule (when the president wants to evidence in this case must show ]f I I If you acquit him, you say, we, the
retire from official business) to have a to your satisfaction; beyond a reasonable jury, find the defendant not guilty.I .
away from Cuba. lIe says, among little revolution, which enables him too doubt, that the defendant is guilty of hand a form \of verdict which you' CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASM
other things : -People who go t take the treasury under his arm and one of the offences charged in one of the may use In the event you find him guiltyor
Havana or anywhere in Cuba from skip to Paris somewhere. else; but in counts, and that the offence was com- not guilty, as a form for your verdict.
this country with the hope of bettering Brevard county that does not seem mitted within two years before the find- All the charges given you by the court, HAIR AND LATH **
necessary. All one has to do Is to swear ing of the indictment In this case; andas at request of defendant and the state,
their condition, either have that you are Innocent of taking the to the 1st, 2nd and 3td counts, that and on its own motion, are to be read State Agent L. & M.: Paints and Oils.
; no idea of the condition of affairsor money with the Intention of stealing it, the offence was committed between the and considered together. .

no sense. There is no work, no and the jury will do the rest. 18th day of January, 1807, and June 2, ;;; R. M. CALL,. Judge. Old 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Stm
no society, no health, no We have known John Henry, our present 1807, and as to 4th and 6th counts, that i I I .
treasurer, for a number of years, and the offence was committed subsequent! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
enjoyment, and very little respect have the greatest respect for him; but to June 3, 18P7, before he can be convicted With reference to the above case, the
s for authority. My advice to FlorIdians we think, In justice to the taxpayers of of any offence. Jacksonville Metropolis of Monday says:
who contemplate a trip to the county, he should consent to be tied The act of 1897,: approved June 3rd, "F>-'V. Pope, the well known attorneyof
Havana, either for business invest- to the county safe, and be allowed out which law applies to the 4th and 6th this city, returned home Saturday
for exercise,' say, one hour a day, in counts in the indictment provides as night from Titnsville, Fla., where be had .HAMMOND PACKING CL(
ment or sightseeing" is to stay charge of Sheriff Brown or his deputy. follows: The failure, neglect, omissionor been attending circuit court Mr. Pope .
where they are. Since the verdict was rendered In the refusal of any such officer to pay over and M. Goldsmith, of Titusville, were
t '. Feaster trial, every other man we meetIs or deliver to any official or person authorized the attorneys for the defendant in the
1I hunting for a'' position as treasurer.At or having the right by law to (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

I TRIAL OF A. T. FEASTER. the next election John Henry will receive the same, tor more than thirty [Continued: on 8th page.] .
have, at the lowest estimate, 2,000 op- -- OUR SPECIALTIES :
ponents. .
Ex-County Treasurer Arthur T. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco

Feaster, who-was charged with embezzling THE!: .FOLLOWING IS JUDOS' CALL'S Old Saws ?___ -, "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
Brevard funds to
the amount of $11,582.23, was tried In the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit No New Insurance Gas, and 'Quick Meal Oil STOVES. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

before Judge R. M. Call, at the of Florida, Bcevard County: leaf lard. .

Circuit Court, held in Titusville, The State of Florida, ) They give Satisfaction Iron :'Beds and Cribs,. Homemade Jard.
; last week. The case ended on Sat- VS. > Embezzlement.

urday night, when the jury brought Arthur Feaster. J Furniture Porcelain Chamber Sets. "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

,t in a verdict of"not guilty," muchto Gentlemen of the Jury-You have all Packing House Products.
the astonishment of nearly everyone now heard the evidence In the case, and

,, present Judge Call andState's the argument of counsel; It remains for write The FURNITURE STORE, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville n\\
the court to give you In charge the law ,
Attorney J. D. Beggs were governing this, to which you are to ap- TITUSVILLE FLA, "
;- most untiring in their efforts to enlighten ply the evidence you have heard, In ascertaining Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.

Mhi the jury upon their duties whether or not you will find
to their country and Brevard the defendant guilty or not guilty as
charged in the indictment. Your function
i county ; and a perusal of the is solely to decide upon the evidence THE MAPES' .Season 1898-99. a o'r'b A FAMILY JAUNT
judge's charge will give our read. before you; the issues of fact In the case. ; )r
ers some idea of the case which It is tho duty of the court to decide issues They have been the Stan In one of our canopy top phaetons of or to K
can be enioyed for length
of law and instruct what is the .. rays any
t, was left to their unbiased ( ?) decision. law governing the case, and you it Is from dard Fertilizers for 20 without weariness. You can get m.

.. Now, what do our readers the court alone you take the law. You In solid comfort in one than in any other
think of such under the years Florida. r f hide on the market. For the horse
a jury the
are empowered to try Issues of fact i
circumstances jhe evidence admitted ANIIRES r 4'rl I that loves speed, a runabout or as light
? The judge plainlytold upon by the s '
H- i' can be constructed. well-made and stros
court as relevant and material and
them upon .
in his charge that it waR this evidence alone are you to try this he will find here at bed-rock prices.P. .
unlawful for olllcer
ahy to convertto defendant. You the sole
are judges of
his own use, or withhold with the testimony, the weight of same, and
intent to so convert any of _tliopuoiic credibility of the witnesses; and this refers Main &_ Church Sts.,
money ; ana tnat any onicera to the books, etc.. admitted by the My Fertilizers Are as good as Mapes. JACKSONVILLE, F'
court as well as oral testimony of witnesses i
of the state or county who fol. In reaching your conclusion as They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence. State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
lowed this course is guilty of em to what weight and credibility you will sp.w.C C... i
+ bezzlement. The jury took a epl- give any testimony, you should consider The MapeS put the money In the pockets of the growers.
the manner of a witness the stand
emn obligation to return a verdictin on .

accordance with the evidence. his matters opportunity testified for about observation the of the Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange: and other Fruit Trees. ...
,, regularity or
,+$ Did they do so ? We leave our singularity of books and papers admitted Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco etc. The Belvedere. Opposite Postoflk*

i readers to judge, while ,we draw a ; whether the testimony as judged .
veil over this last in the by, the lessons of common sense and What Want
act drama. yOU
z tho general experience of men Is reasonable Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been Imported and Domestic

or unreasonable; interest, if any, the Mapes Agent in Florida over Twenty Years.
the witness have in the result in the
EMBEZZLEMENT OF BRE- matter testified may to. In fact, all the circumstances I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS

.'. VARD COUNTY FUNDS. time of observation 0"tIle witness of matters, both testified at the Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con- ,

sumer has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. .
1 Trial of E1.Tr aurer to and when giving\ his testimony; and ,
Feaater-\'ertllct l. orAcclultt under the solemn obligation of your The best yields. The best Wine Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch no'm, 12 to 202octs. ::! P.
r oaths as jurois place such weight and qualities. ( Steaks, chops, game and oysters In season served after 12 noon.
The trial of Arthur T. Feaster ex- credibility to the evidence before The most reliable in drouths. ,
t, county treasurer of Brevard you, TTV. ., ., 'UF.TrA. !. TF,
which -- -
l com as, alter a calm, fair, and Impartial survey -- -- ---
a y o'clock menced last Thursday afternoon at 2:30: you believe it is entitled to, and Always the best prices in all the markets. Jacksonville,
was continued on Friday, before form your verdict from such testimony
Judge t. M. Call, with State's
Attorney believe
as be
you true.
I J. D. Read the following. It covers all these points
in :
Beggs attendance. The defend. Gentlemen
of the
jury, the law casts
t ant was of charged with embezzling the upon every defendant as a cloak the presumption "OitAXGK PARK, FLA., August 27th, 18 8. CHESEBRO BROTHERS *!
Bum 111,582.23! :J the
t property of the of innocence "MR.
county.The and retains it J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla:
over him throughout the entire prosecution "Dear Sir:-I have been raisins
following witnesses vegetables the Jacksonville market
were called by and many
at each of and
step same, to
the State: A. A. Stewart, clerk circuit each material ingredient years with Indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me to use WHOLESALE _
4 court John necessary to Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it I
; Henry, county treasurer make the as always thought they
; particular
; E. W, Hall, county tax collector; C. S. til the state has, by competent charged evidence, un cost too much. This yoaf?I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to COMMISSON
} hchuyler, cashier Indian River State I proved to satisfaction 'me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff FISH JEALBESNo.
bank; J. Mendel, clerk to the county reasonable doubt,'each and a has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially for'tun.
; commissioners, and John H. Sams, Ingredient to make every ate watermelons.. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait
i t school superintendent. crime charged.necessary To out the ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my 1 Fulton Wholesale
overcome this Fish Market New York.
The defense the presumption neighbors did, and always sold boatload at I ,
put on stand Rev W. and establish his my once. got twelve to eighteen
+ N. Chaudoln, of LaGrange, who stated not sufficient to furnish a mere' guilt preponderance It is. cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to SPECIALTIES:Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish,
that ten cents and I
Mr Feaster had am sure I shall profit hereafter
always borne by experience this
a of evidence my year. I
good character; and John R. Walker, guilt nor to prove a tending more probability to prove his of had splendid. success, also, with Irish potatoes. Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.'

who stated that the defendant had bornea his guilt, but proof of his guilt to the "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
good character
this trouble. up to the beginning of exclusion of, or beyond a reasonable Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and testimonials -
Mr. doubt, Indispensibfe. The burden of that will Interest you. A full stock always on hand.
Feaster gave evidence In his CLARENCE R.
own such proof Is the MILLKK.
upon state, and it Is MILLER LOXOBOIBA
behalf, and stated that ho J. rt. orsrsiaiNr
not the :
for the account evidence Introduced upon the trial .A.gCn1i: E.tabU.lled 1841.
shortage but admitted and to it alone you are to look for such J '

.+ manner account that be In bad lie which admitted been ho very bad In kept careless his statement his in bank the charged proof. Keeping with the this solemn In mind duty, as in jurors hand, t..olt.i3Qnvi11O: F1.a. S. B. MILLER & CO.

+ to the you must>oarefully, Impartially, and conscientiously
county commissioners, he had put i consider WILLIAM CLARKE ,
down the balance which ho thought compare Sanitary Plumber
had 'In the bank, without he weigh all the testimony and I If, after dong WHOLESALE: _
taking the -
find that -
you understand-
his trouble statement to ascertain. On one occasion log, Judgment and reason are aatlbfied Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter COMMISSION
showed a balance of between and convinced by it to the extent of have Roofing, Sheet FISH DEALERS,
f8.U1.I0 and
$9,000, when he bad

the ter g bank counsel only in as summing many hundreds.up to the Feas Jury ing to true a a,moral then full, firm the certainty charge and abiding that has been the conviction charge is, Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water clos No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.

admitted that be had lost the money In the exclusion of reasonable proved to ets and Wash Special attention given to the bale of
any Stands
doubt Pompano Spanish
some unaccountable way, but that he and it Is your duty to convict If the Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned. Mackerel
was innocent of embezzlement. DIne Fish, etc. ,
At 3:10: o'clock on Saturday afternoon evidence has not been does proved not do at this required, then the by crime law 37 Forsyth.St., near Laura St., REFER CES-Fulton, and Market national Dank o> auv WJwlesal..Fi&h dL
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St. Augustine- .FERTILIZERS.I I :

ROYAl 0. II. Shepard, of Englewood: N. J., .
who has been a winter resident of St. .

Augustine for many years. Is In town. .

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Abercrombie, R. F.
Fiske and C. F. Ayer, of Boston, were '

{ Baking Powder among the Ponce; the de recent Leon.prominent arrivals at i 1 SPECIAL PRICES m

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood, of London, : -TC-
Made from pure arrived a few days ago: en route to their
of winter home at Toco! Junction. Mr. Ill .

cream-tartar. and Florida Mrs for Wood about fourteen have been years.coming to ; ..mix: eapple @o. @ GrO\ATers..

Safeguards the food Mr. and Mrs C. I. Cragin, of Phila- r.l
delphia, spent a few days at the Ponce .4.11 .4.ro"U.21d. For't1.1:1zor.:

against alum. de Leon before proceeding to their beau- H PrIce $2'5.00. nr- Before buying the following Materials he lure and apply to
tiful winter home on the east side of
Lake Worth. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: u. for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you monl'Y.EI .

Alum baking powders are the greatest John Gait, of Newburgh: N. T., one l\loI8ture.................................... ..........,........ .......... ...... "to 10 STEAMED BONE, RA1V BONE
menaces to health of the pracnt day. of the leading slate manufacturers 'of Ammonia. ....................... .... .........n.....,., a to tI ,
this EqualtosulpbateotAmmonla.............................................s..20to2s BLOOD AND BONE ACID 1'1l0SI'HA'fE
country, has been visiting the city, Available Phosphoric Acid..,.....................................,............ a to tI "
or/a AKiNO<< rowan> co.,are'IOIIIC. a guest at the Ponce de Leon. Mr. Gait Equaltofonel'hosphateof Lme........................................... ... It to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
was accompanied by his wife and they Potash K2 0....................... ............................'.............. S to tI ,
---- the Equal to 8ulphate or I'owb.................... .......................... ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OJ AMMONIA r TOBACCO STEM
are on East.Coast for the winter. F. 1I1ajtlle81a, Lime,Soda, eto...............................................,....... M to 110 18, E-I
Key West. our St. Augustine hotel p-" WrIte. for Special. Pamphlet. ,
keepers are showing their good sense by COTTON SEIm nULL ASHES: KAINIT AND l'OTAMns.:
East advertising",In "the pink paper of the 1irr Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
Coast. Those whose ads. are not
Quite a number of marriages have yet inserted, should send them on with- H i prices .
|cen taking place In our city of late. out delay. What is the matter with the w

Miss Susie Rain has collected $2.21 for Flagler hotels this season? Please Correspond with us before being induced tt1: buy from Denle1'8. Sond for

[lie Maine monumeut fund during the Frank B. Genovar, mayor of this city, Pamphlet. Pi
st month.At who, with his son, Stanley, went to Cuba H

the residence of the bride's mother, several weeks ago, has decided to make LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE .COs
Irs. Taylor, Mr. Archibald Taylor and Havana his future home In which city ,
he has already embarked in business.
lisa Mamie Taylor were married on .
uesday. Mr. Genovar's family will go to Cuba
-later-.-- in-- the winter.. J""ackson.vi11o, Flor1d.a.: i
_ Mr. John II. Sullivan and Miss Sarah
i(. Roberts were recently married at the Miss I.ula1tl. Greaves, of Tom River, -

|Parsonage hurch by Rev.of the Charles First Congregational. Frazer. N.Greaves J., ,sister of the of Hotel Manager Alcazar Joseph, is hereon P. Melbourne. Ing. short season I I president, Capt. WXII and the
fund bo used In
a visit. Mr. Greaves went to Jacksonville Bishop W. C. Gray preached to an anpreciatlve -'' Mrs. Wm. II. McIntyre returned Sun- to building a bicycle
Mr. Lycurgus J. Wiggins and Mrs. to meet his sister, who has made congregation an excellent day last, from a week's pleasant sojourn road, between hero and Melbourne, Is-

harlatte Read were married on Monday herself quite popular during the few GOODE A OOODE.=:Real Estate and Loan sermon last Sunday,night at St. Mark's at Daytona.E. rapidly Increasing.An .
light at the residence of Mr. Charles n. seasons she has visited St. Augustine.Miss Agent for Anna, London and Liverpool and church. entertainment, under the auspice
|letcher, Rev. II. II. Sturgis, of the Bap- Greaves is quite a professor at Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special.resi A. M(, Stewart has completed a newbulldlnjZ' of the Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's
the interest non
attention to
paid Quarterly meeting was conducted at to be used meat market
as a
st church, officiating. bowling, and no doubt she will keep Guild will be at Eureka hall next
up dents. .. given
the church last Sabbath and the
her usual M. E. i on the site of the old one.
Mr. Wilson Cleare and Miss Caroline record this season. sacrament at the morning service by I Thursday evening. The programme Includes -
ohnson were married on Sunday after- Work on the steamer Silver King' Is music, tableaux and (drama the
MELBOURNE call at the Presiding Elder Saunders. Rev. Penneywas
oon. Mr. Cleare is the head clerk of -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon Bazaar, Mrs. Chas J. F. Campbell *: Co., Millinery present, he and his wife and little being pushed rapidly, and she will he scenery and stage setting being under
arfunkle's department store, and Miss Indian River? If you do write the Notions Dry Goods, Ladles'Renowned readymade daughter; being: the guests of lIon. II. S. ready for business In about a week's the direction of W. B. Gilbert, the well-
and woven Underwear,Ferris' time. known scenic artist The will
Johnson is a young lady of Key L.rgo. Indian River Real Estate Agen'cy, Titus- Corsets etc.,embroidery and colored silks Williams and wife, of Rockledge. proceeds
bo devoted the church fund.
The county school board has been re- ville, Fla. See page 4. souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. Berrlen Nail! an old resident of Cocoa, The usual morning and evening service -

brganized, and Dr. J.V. Harris reelectedhalrman. died on Tuesday morning at his house, will be held at St. John's church

The board has worked hard White City.Work HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA., and was burled on Wednesday at 10 a.m., next Sunday. Archdeacon Brown ofllclating. Micco.
> bring the schools up to a good standg overlooking Indian River: homelike accommodations the service taking place at the M. E. -
and their efforts have been In a greatnature and good board. Rates $1.66 per to church, Wm. Hatter conducting' the :Mr. and Mrs A. C, Sayre, who arc Miss Bernadetto Delaney was visiting
will begin on the town hall soon day or 96.00 to $7.00 per week according
successful.The as the shipping season is location of room. Special rates to River service. Mr. Nail was 07\ years old and spending the winter at Walden cottage, II'Icl1d81u Roseland last week.It .
sloop Little Nell which ,over. people. CHAS.T. McMRIUE had been a resident of tho county for a guests ofMrs., Barbour, left last Tuesday -
was reminds of home when
Ized with demijohns of The Blevins' truckers will soon begin Proprietor.L. number ot years. He had been a hard for a short visit to West Palm us we leo V
lends from the lath ward Brooklyn
board building their tobacco warehouse. The worker all his life, and for the last six I Beach. our
Aguardiente time
on some arrive
ago tobacco is looking fine. months his health has been failing only ,
been returned to her owner by orderf arrived the Carletonlast ; to the failure of Board of
pas P. Kenney at Owing our '
during the last two weeks had he been Dr. J. K Powell and wife of Brooklyn
| the treasury department. The aguar- R- C. Miles, of New York, is here Saturday evening for the season.F. tho Aldermen (resident and non-rosldont) to ,
confined his bed. La have
to grippe got arrived and situated
are pleasantly
diente is still unclaimed, and will be soldy prospecting for a truck farm, and says meet and appoint a collector of taxes. J
the customs authorities. L. Moore, of Washington, was a hold on him; and other complications, In their cottage on the river front.
he is very well pleased with the country. the town taxes for the year 1807 cannot
pleasant guest at Hotel Carleton' last with a broken down system at his age, I '
Mayor\ Bartleson has offered several D. Austin of Jensen, spent Saturdayand Friday. carried him off. I now be collected. Louis JIaN) mother and daughter
and Miss II. Cook of arrived
ewards for the arrest and conviction of Sunday in White City,"and was sur- Messrs. J, E. M. Hodgson and A. R.Hodgson Brooklyn
otpads, vagrants and persons acting in prised to see oui fine crop of vegetables.E. Mrs. A. L. Brush is having fine sport arc delegates from St. John'n last Tuesday evening and are pleasantly
\ suspicious manner after dark by loiterg hauling In trout (and fourteen poundersat Banyan.This to the Episcopal convocation at Mel located In a cottage overlooking the river.

around private residences, etc.; alsoor Gustafson has begun planting or- that.) bourne. Several: other members of St We are looking forward to the arrival

the arrest of those who shoot ott any ange and grapefruit trees, and expects 0.V.. Bonter's new house is nearing John's are,also In attendance. of a party of friends from the St Goorgo
to have five acres in citrus trees before Is a genuine, old Indian River
|ind of firearms after dark. completion, and makes a fine showing on hotel, Brooklyn, and we know that they
March 1st.Preparations. winter. Plenty of rain and no cold to The' schooner Olga of Brownsville
will become Interested In
At a recent meeting of the Knights of are being made to plant i the bluff. damage: anything, but If it keeps on, Texas (formerly the Bristol), took a spin citizens.J. our enterprising -

onor, held at their lodgeroom, on Si- fifty In grapefruit before the sea Bishop Grey and a number of ministers what will our low ground farmers do? down the river Monday morning, for the

onton street the following officers son is acres over by a number of our vegetable arrived Tuesday evening to attend the Several of our citizens are talking of purpose of testing her engines, which S. Day's cottage la looking quite .
ere installed: Richard Pinder, dictator; convocation. complete satisfaction. She will attractive with Its new coat of paint,
growers. going to Cuba later on. All right, boy, gave
harles A. Roberts, reporter; D. J. but sail as soon as her rigging is completed. and wo are now patiently waiting for the
Chas. Stewart and Dr. leave a few dollars In Uncle Sam'sdomain /
ethel, financial reporter; Simon Kemp, The road and bridge to the railway arecompleted James T. Hogg, fall arrival of that esteemed gentleman and
to back on In case of a pinch.
easurer; Harry M. Clintock, chaplain;; and we are moving our cropto L. A. Peek returned home last Saturdayfrom 'The good-roads' club is reported to be family, as they are always welcome

A. Ileltman, guide; Arthur Crusoe the new station, which is a great savIng Jacksonville.Mrs. Our school Is progressing finely. Several flourishing, under the direction of Its guests In our midst.Insecticides .

uardian; William Russell, sentinel; Dr. of time to the growers. L. C. Moore came up from Rose- scholars here are ready for high, n__ _._
aloney, Phil Henson and Simon Kemp, land last Monday to visit her parents, school. Miss Jones by her untiring -- -
us tees. Mr. and Mrs. John Goode. energy has endeared herself to both
Remember that pupils and patrons, and all hope to have
and Powder Guns.
ADVOCATE does all kinds of job' printingat Rev. W. C. Barnes pretty launch Joan her with us again next winter
Miami. short notice. Send them an order is again in Melbourne, after being awayto
and be convinced that it is tho place to Eau Galllo for some time.T. 'Beans, beans' beans. Some crates do

have job printing done.Georgiana.. well, while some others barely pay ,ex
J. O. Walton, representing the ADVOCATE Mesmer has had men at work on penses. Shipping as we do on quota Road the following/ from Mr. Brown, HO well known on the East Coast :

of Titusville, has been spending a I the river front hauling away the heapsof tions four days old Is like throwing dice: "IIvi-OLUXo, FLA., Nov. 18, 1898.
few days In our busy city, in the inter- moss that the waves washed ashore. can't tell whq Is to win. I finally believe "MR. C. R. TYSEN,

|sts of the pink paper. Mr. Abernethy and two daughter, a'good man in Jacksonville could MAcKsojivifcLK, FLA :

II. W. Graham and Albert F. Burette Mrs. White returned home from Daytona Misses Bessie and Mary, are pleasantly solve the problem by being in communication "Dear Sir: -I have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season
L, I). Lockwood's with the world by wire Ho
of Bristol, Conn., recently arriver Friday. She had a very pleasantvisit located at Mrs. pretty could then on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal It. There Is not a wormto
ship by or steam as
ere on board the yacht Sarcasm, Capt. with her sons and family. home. he thought best when express the- beans were be seen. l'ut on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is not required. It Is

Isaac Burnette in command. The trip Miss May Black, of Lotus, was call- Rev Mr. Mulford, of Lake Worth wanted in quantities to send the demand acting well on tomatoes ana eggplants. J. BROWN"

own was a very rough one, and the Ing on Mrs. Wagner Sunday afternoon; came up last Tuesday to attend the con and not scud in car lots, as that would Write to mo (Cling. It. Tyson, Jacksonville) for immpliletn and
arty was happy to reach their journey'sCapt. also C. D. Provost was calling at A. L. vocation. His friends were delighted to smash any market at this season. It quotations.M. .

| Bruner's. meet him once more. really looks like something will have lobo

C. II. McKinstry, of Key West, Misses Bessie and Lillie Carter, Cora Mrs. Mathew and Mrs. Tanner, of At. done on this line sooner or later

'ho has charge of the government work Munson, Dr. Holmes and J. W. Bruner lanta, Ga., arrived in town last Thursday WISOKER (
h the Island City, recently came over to and others made a pleasant trip to Co evening, and are pleasantly located A few doses of Dr. Simmons Liver ,)

cot Mrs. McKinstry, who was awaiting coa Monday with Mr. Peck, in his launch. at the Snedeker cottage. They are delighted Medicine will do more for a weak stomach -
bis arrival at the Hotel Royal Palm. with our pretty little town. MANUFACTURER OF. -
than of
Bifter spending a few days here and at Messrs. Lindeiberry' Ulrich, Page: a prolonged course' any
Palm Beach they I left for Key West. Munson and Hughes returned Saturday Miss Annie Goode returned home Sat. other medicine.
night from Titubville, where they had urday, after spending three' weeks at Umbrellas and Parasols.Repairing
The late rains have been a great bene- been summoned to attend court as jurors.Mr. Sharpen with the family of Dr. Holmes, .
jit to the vegetable 'crops through this and one week at Indlanola, the guest of Font Pierce.
|ntire section. Shipments are increasing Peck went in his launch Sunday lion W. R. Sanders' family She reports .
daily. The prices received so far after Dr. Holmes, to attend Mrs. Mun- most enjoyable visit. and Recovering Neatly Done, All work Guaranteed.
pave been very'satisfactory to the growrs. son, who was suffering with la grippe Some good showers fell In this vicinity Branch : 311& W. Bay st. 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of the left lung. She Is Last Monday evening Mrs. Moses, sister last Tuesday.
As tho amounts of shipments in- and congestion .. ..
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Jrease, prices keep steadily going up. now improving and getting along nicely. to Dr., accompanied T. Howaid l the Knight Misses, of Muriel Philadelphia A good many of our citizens! were up ,
John Richie, of Boston, Mass., and and :Mildred Knight, also Matter Thomas In Titusville as juryirien.Messrs. Bermuda Onion Seeds.

Seorge P, Gilman, of Waverly, Mass., Tibbals. Knight; to this place, where the childrenare J. S. Bell and A. Cook returned I '
Iccently arrived here on the sloop Awixa now enjoying a visit with their from Titusville last Sunday WHITE AND ''RED, genuine Tenneriffe stock, $2.50 per lb.

|the f Titusville, Capt. Wm. H. McFarland. !Iss Tula Paihara, Wavelaml's efficient grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode Mrs Lummus left last Saturday for Texas Rust-proof Oats . . .. . . . . 60o, per bus.

jere,gentlemen when they.spent proceeded a part on of their the way day row were school the teacher guests,of and Mr Capt.and Mrs.S. Car-J. of Mr.Albany and Mrs.New,C.York Bylngton arrived and here child last, Miami on a vUlt to her daughter Florida 00-day/ Oats. '.. . . . . ,$1.00 per bus

louthward. They will visit the many T. Waters last Sunday.: Friday evening, and ,are the guests of Messrs. J. B. Merl wether and J. Lane Georgia Rye . . . . ... . 1.50 per bus.

leys between here and Key West, then report Hotel Carleton. Mrs..Byington is a sister have gone on a hunting and farming ex Florida Rye .. , , .,. , . 2.t0perbus.
|he Island City, after which they will re- Some of our pineapple growers recently for of Mrs. W. ''. Well This is their pedition In the back country.
urn to Titusville. getting very fancy Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds
pineapples shipped to Messrs. A. G. first visit to our town, and we trust they Mr*. I1art tone, accompanied by Mr. ,

Married, on Wednesday night, Jan. Hutchinson & Co., of New York. will like it HO well that they will decideto Rawlins, went to Jensen last week to L. CAMERON Seedsman
J8tb, at 8 o'clock, Miss Rattle E. Jef make It their winter home. play for the dance at the Al Fresco ,
ords to Gulbrandson both of Mr. and Mrs. James Peabody, of 125 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
John .
the late arrivals at the Hotel ,
0. after spending a few Among Capt. A. J. Lewis and W T. Harbin
anaveral. The happy pair were madene Zanesvllle weeks with, their, son, E. E. Peabody, returned Carleton we notice tho following: W. M I. were unable to attend the Episcopal con- __.. _.__no ._... .. ._. .. __ =

if Miami.at the residence The bride of J. is S. the Frederick eldest, to :St: Augustine last Friday, Hoyt, Chicago; :M. D. Bartleson, Jack vention at Melbourne, as both were quite E.labUal..J 1670.csa .
sonville F. L. Moore Washington Levi
much to the regret of their many friends. ; ; sick
laughter Capt. S. L. Jeffords, who Kenney, Palatka; J. Woodruff and wife,
sided at Canaveral, for many years, Mrs R. D. Hoke and sister, Miss Salem, 0.; A. E. Holdt, Atlanta, Ga.; II. Goss Tucker, accompanied by his sister E. TYSENJ
put is now stopping at this place. She Shultz, of Jensen, Mrs. E. A. Ireland andA. C. Simpson, New York; E. S. Bylngton, Miss Stella, and friend, Mild Sum
M very estimable young lady; and her Cox, of Eden, were pleasant callers wife, child and maid, Albany, N. Y.; F. mer Hanking attended the ball at Jensen

usband is an upright and honest man on several of our ladies last Monday. N. Denny, Buffalo, N. Y,; L. F. Church, last week.Lorillard's (Successor to The J. It. Tyson Co., Established 1878))
fho has many friends along. the East Come again, neighbors, the door latch Savannah. Ga.; U. M. Caster, Bathmore, houseboat has been anchored -
oast. always bangs outside for our neighbors. Ind.; W. II. Tabener, Chicago; U. Stephens off St. Lucie for the last few You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on

Among the many guests whom an Speaking of our pineapples, they were and wife, Titusville, Pa.; E. A. days. She left Monday for the St. Lucie
ADVOCATE representative found stopping never better. They have made a won Mann, Boston; Geo. P. Humph, Miami. river Grain Hay Rice Meal, Straw Cotton Seed Halls and
at Hotel Miami this week was derful growth during, the past two Professor John Dunn, of Michigan,
rank Kuehne, of St. Louis, Mo. lIe is months, and have fully up made for lost Cocoa.' preached a' fine sermon last /Sunday
Feed of all Kinds
J and is about drouth of last
retired produce merchant, time during the great morning to a large congregation In the __
|o start for Havana, Cuba, where he summer, and I believe nearly 50 per cent. church. '
fill join somA f i lends, E. C. Bennett, of of our fruiting pines are now showing Strangers and tourist are plentiful on Baptist \ POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked

Kew York; and Charles Anderson, of bloom, which means an early crop this our street Bone, etc., etc. *

fbiladelphla, who started some days ago season. From this time on our northern Eau Gallie. WHEAT RYE Graham Flour whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Cereals
|>tom Pensacola. The object of these friends and tourists can see the pine- The No Name club met last Saturday ,
f cntlemen in visiting Cuba is to enter apple In all its beauty. As a lover of night at Miss Julia Roberts' and Its next Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon.

Into the cultivation of coffee and to dlsjiibnte flowers and plants I have yet to see a meeting will be at R. J. Packe's. The rainfall Monday and Tuesday was FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kainlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

produce raised In the western more beautiful and dainty flower than S. F. Travis & Co., are getting the very heavy In this locality, Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.
of the United States. Mr. Kuebne blushing (as our grower terms It) or the round for additional I
fart lumber
the on an
INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green Blue Stone London Purple Flour
Melbourne ,
Miss Helen Miller of now ,
Cuba which spread ,
|nd friends expect to .remain in blooming pineapple plant, wareroom needed by his axtemtlve busi
}bout a fortnight out IU beautiful green, prickly leaves M ness. has charge of the school at Bovine. Sulphur, sulphide of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc.

If to say, don't touch my beautiful Bean growers are doing very little BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slab, '
bloom or fruit; and we growers iorae- J, C. Shaw was the busiest man about owing to low prices. Hair Shingles Lath etc.I .
If gloomy and nervous, and looking on In saying don't touch, town Monday and Tuesday electing shipping just now, ,
|he dark side of things, take a few dosesf times especially join when them they are nice and yellow lumber and material for F. J. Wooten's Hon. A. B. Turner left here Sunday, MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with

Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, and good. barn and stable and S, F. Travis' build. for Rockledge, where he will spend a freight rates to your,place. JACKSONVILLE
[ad the gloom will disappear. prices J'LA.'j



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}!f I.: and flavor of fruits -regiment Hn would have killed yon i If The Tropical Trunk Line

I he could. Cobardes (cowards)!" heI Florida East Coast RY.

.1 COLOR quality and .appearance I growled at the gaping people] who were ,

timidly peering from various retreats. TIME TABLE NO. 17, IN EFFECT JAN. 17, 18W.
i1 of vegetables, "These two American children are heroes Jacksonville, Tampa & Key Railway,

; and of grain and you-caraLaos (tame bnffa SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).

'i weight plumpness toes) /I" And with that expression of 78INo74NoOONo88N 01 JOSEPH H. DUBKEE, Receiver

I:I arc all produced by Potash.Potash contempt the worst that can be applied D N:90'Hz No Daily fib Usfly STATIONS N 1..pally'DaIlY Ex m' EDall1 OUT_
Ex Ex _
'I'I to a Philippine native, be twisted one 120p"i'b "74(; ....:::::A; 1200i1( "'jjp 8005 SOUTH In Effect Jan. I, '00. 32. .
Slop Ly..JackltOnvill. NO. No. 78.
; So.23 I
in his 209ryo. No.
t powerful hand prisoner's long .. ... ......Lv I lIK1a 206p 700); No. 21. I i
...... .
.oop 22OjJ 10lOa 840& Ar. lit.AuiuRtlne. .
: .. .. ...... 0665 i h l p *920a Lv..JACKSONVILLE.- 30 a m -1.0 p m ....... -- :
hair and marched him off to cool his sine......... ..Ar ?
.06jJ..108l\a 845aI.v.St.Au ... ... 9l3s........Orange Park........ 62am 714pm646pm .... ..
f excitement in the guardhouse. ,, _.11 lOa .. Ar..."..... ...... lUltlofJ".J v ,...;_.. ...... 1133pYaoh'a. .. .. ........Peoria.,..... .... ...... .......... ........ '... .. ",
... :;:::: IT1! Ar. ... --PelAiira.0 "
.......... 613am
) ..........Magnolia ... "
.. .. . ... .....Ar .. .. ... : '" .
. .1041\8 1I0000Ly.-.Palatkll -- y: .....Green Corp Spring.... 600am 640pm... .. .
Preserving Corp. .. :::::: :::::: II'4 P Ar. ..........tlan M :.Lv :::::: :::::: .....7 1210 .... .. .Paiatita........ .... 900am364am 065pmBOtpm ... ... 24oi. .
.. ... .. ... 8 06a s 065 LY...........San Mateo.. .. ....... .Ar .'... ....; ... 1055... ...?.. ? Batsuma............ n.u..... ..... ........I..... ..
combined with Phosphoric The conservation of the human corpse T77y :;: : rr1Gitb" L..E iit Pa1atk-Lv :..:,. :::::. .n..ur. ........r... Pomona..*.......... ... ....... ....... .. ..... ....
I properly appears to have been brought to a pitchof lIQDp ...... 102p 1040a .............,.Ormond.............. ....,. ..... 41121p :::::::: :::::: : i !i ....Crescent CJLyJllnctton... ..... .,.\ ii '"
I in ] which ...... 115plOSOa" ............ .. Daytona. ........... II ...... ...... 41J9a 05 2 IS a ............Seville ........... 330am 460pm...... ,. 11yat
and a
; t! Acid and Nitrogen, perfection Italy Egyptian ...... .... l27p 10 lIRa It ...........Port Oranrre...... .. II I ...rr. ...a. ...... 14 ......DeLeon Springs...... 246am. 4 16 pin....... .
professors of the art never in their most liMp .,.... ItIOpl1ll1a .It ........... New Sm'rna.......... It 741t.. ...... ?..'... 410. ..5..20ft.... ..246a:.... 1'Ona..,.........Glenwood .......... ...... ...*.*.... .. .,II0IOp...... .
liberally applied will improve ambitions moments could] have dreamedof. ..... 2111p It ;.............OakHIIl............. ...... ..:... .818a 3 07 a ..........lieresford... .... .. 2 22 a'in 356pm..,... 141 .
1244x...... 254pi700p ...........Titusvilla ........... ...... ...... 7250. Lv.r. 340pm416pm .,. 1 1'
.... .. ..
; increase There is, to begin with nothing ... .. ...... 8281' .. .. It ............. Cit Poinb............ ".. ...... ...... ..... ... L v} ....,. en....... (Ar ... ...... .. .". .. j" ...
every soil and yield leathery about the of the ..,... 88lp1241p It ............ CoI'oa ........... ...... ....... ...... 620 a "317' .....Orange City Juno...... 210 am 345pm ..... .". """"
appearance 'I845 ..... 84J\p12Mp .. ............RocklsdRe............. ".. ...... ...... 1246 T08 a a ..... ..Enterprise ....... .......... 320pm ..... aft
and quality of any crop. subject when dealt with by an artist ...... ..u.. 4Zip 1801' .. ......... ....EauUallie............ .. ...... ...... ...... :::::.:: ::::::.: Ar .;;..TITUSVILLE..... Lv ........ 4130pm .....: : .I'.:::::::
...... It .............Melbourne... ........, : ..... ...... ..... .. ... .. ...... .. .
like Dr. Elfisio Manini of Naples. And ..... 4116p 188p II ...... ..... ........ I' ..........:>It. Dora... ...... : .. ......, ,/.......
.... .. ...RotteJand ............ .... .... t. .
{t .. ..... 701p ... ........Tavares ...tAr. ........ .... ... .. .. ..... .
Write and get Free our pamphlets which he does not incise nor does he inject.lIe It ....... aMtlan.. .......... It .... ...... .. ..._ "
..... ...... II .. ....8e1> "soo. 3'M' .1 ....... San ford.........Lv HOa'rn 320pm I'
tell how to buy and use fertilizers with simply submits his subject to a .. ..... 1118p ... ..............St. Lucie............ 1n ...... ....... a a 35p24'2p: ., ........>..Orlando.....,. .... 1201p.m 215pm .713pt452a ..., ;
and series of baths in the composition a 498 ...... 620p. 80/\p/ .. .......Fort Pierce........... "" ,........ ..........1210..... ........ 700 a 4 25p ..,........Lakeland... .. ..... 918 P m 1210 p m ... ::..
profit. liquid .. .. ..
a ..
.. ..
greatest economy ...... ...... 648p ....... .. ......Eden."n" ..'.....liartow. ........... 6 15pm 620am1033pm I... "
4 ... ..
.. ,. ........ 040 a 60p ...
of which is such as effectually toprevent ..u.. ..... 6581\... It ..............JeDfI8n .... .. ... .n. I. n
QEI nAN KALI WORKS, .. .......... :. ............ 957 ...... . ...... ...... 710 a 10MpAr..PuntaGorda..Lv 325pm737pm I.. ...
...... .. .. 703p .. ..... ...... 10 00
..... a in .
decomposition to the end of .Stuart ...... :::::::: 817 a 530p ..".. Tampa ,..,..:
II ........... 112I ,
.. m
....... ... af..N
I'' 93 Nassau it., New York. .No2b 785p.. '" ..... .. .:.. .. .. ..Tampa Bay Hotel... .. .... ... .... ...... ....
the ..... O 12a ...... ..... "
anatomical .
time. For purposes, ..L.] Dalll 7i11p ....v. ...... West Jupiter. ? .IDally. ........ 86SaMon.Thur. 620pAr..1'ortTampa..rr.Lve700pm 1020am ,........
body be made to regain all its .... .. Exu 825p .. ..Ar ........ WelltPalm Beach...?. 881ial12liaExlu.......10Op Sat. 9 OOp LA.......Port Tampa.......Ar 200pmThur.f\un.&Tuts ......*
may 4685 1 *8on 84J\p 806pLv..........Palm flach Inn. .......Ar 8 15ai11O $lrp ...... .1000pd08 :::.:::: Tues.Frl&funWed.Sat&Mon 3 OOp Ar........Key West........Lv 700pm Wed.8at.&Mon.l: '?.. .:'
I primary freshness. Let the treatment, / IIIOp """". Royal Poinciana ....... 8 lOa 11 00 OlOp...... 956p ..... .. 6 OOa Ar.. .......Havana... ......Lv 1230pm Wed.Sat.AMon. ...' ;
be carried to further and the 0855 85 p 1I2Op ....... West Palm Beach ..... Are '10 I 600p ...... 916 p
a stage
A TACKLE IN TIME. ..... > !. ......... ... .. ........... 787 ......] ...... ..:..
subject attains the density aa well as .... .100I1a11l29l .. .........t. :.. ...Delray.. .. ......... 72, ..... .... ..... a Dally t Daily except Sunday. S fon., Wl'd.and Fri.
A. Young Amrrlcnn Football I'layer the consistency, of marble. A final ... .?. .. ..........Fort Lautll'rdal........ II 48 ..... 584p......... ... Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20: a. m. .arrives Gainesville 1:38: p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., Leesbnrj
.. .. .. 10111&1 987p...... ..........Lemon Cltl........... 6 ... .. 3:5n: II. m.. dally
Too Muoty For a Mad Filipino. process will restore to this deathless 810. / 720p. II .. .. ,......Mlaml. ..... .. ..Ly 600a 811II ...... Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tanim'

1 ChnrleH] Bryant Howard contributes a marble the softness the flexibility and BETWEEN NEW 811YltNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. I\nl1lool\l sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passengers a!

loiiHouallo story, under. the title of "A even the complexion it possessed when No. II No I STATIONS I:4: : No. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.INDIAN. RIVER SERVICE.

'Tackle' In Time to St. Nicholas. alive.-Argonaut 'Ti'2 P 811ILYI"...... ... .......... New IImyrna:: :'. ............... ......, .Ar 111.1& i 00p40llp Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4m: \ p. m., Mondays, Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thnn.
Mr. Howard tells of two young football l137a ...........................LakeHeleD ................. .........Lv 1026& 454p417P days for St. Lucie Kiveiand intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusville Wednesday
$ 061a ........,.............. .Orange City. .......1................. 1014& 488p Thursda s, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon. )(,
players who were with their father a Colonel Ilenrr'a Career. 420p100oaAr... ....... .. .. ...Orange City Junl'tlon.... .... .. .......... 10 lOa BOp W. B. COFFIN. G. D. ACKERLY
sea captain in the Philippines. Colonel] ] Henry, the self confessed All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunda,.. General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent

r Suddenly: amid a clatter of wheels on Dreyfus forger was the son of humble

4t l the rough pavement and the bewildering parents,. his father having been a small Key West Havana and Nassau. -

? babel of Spaniards, natives and farmer at Ponzy. Enlisting in a foot ,
WEST. The steamship "City of Key West" of the Florida East Coast Steamship -i::
noticed ]louder in his from' KEY Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad
,4 Chinamen the boys a regiment 1803 promotion Company leavei Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays after arrival
sound up the street which increased as the ranks was rapid. lIe went throughthe train from Jacksonville about 11:00 p. m., arriving at Key Went next day noon.
2:00: standard time Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving -
Leave Key West p. m. ( ) on Tuesdays
it to shouts and yells of ex- Franco-German! and was twice
approached war Miami next morning in time to connect with north bound train..
citemeut or fear. The people stopped captured but escaped on each occasion.
nnd turned their heads. Somebody Brave and resourceful he was a favor HAVANA The Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company Time Table In Effect Jan. 10, 1800.
leave Miami for Havana on and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackson-
f shouted Uno loco (a madman) !I" and ite with' his superiors, and when it' Tille. about 11:00 p. m., Sundae avana at 8:00p. m. Mondays and Thursdays
Lear Havana Tuesday and Fridays at 10bO a. m. (Hiundard: time), arriving Mlarn
at that everybody began dodging into came to selecting officers for the Algerian -,
Wednesdays and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train. .
= s..g ;
doorways and fleeing around corners, a* expedition fn 1882 he was among NASSAU. Bervicefor: the winter season. begins January 10'lSlW. Proposed sailings.. :s. ; NORTIERN P01NTS. qti: : ,::rZ .;
follows:! = =rZ Zvi ;(JIS: ; :: ;; R :;; R's.A ;:
if posfossed by n deadly terror. those sent out. lIe was twice wounded d A 'CI A 'CI d A A A !

"What is it?" exclaimed Jack In an engagement with the rebels. FROM MIAMI. FRO NA ::1IAU. !. 3135 2208p Lv. Titusville Ar. -r 2Mji 2jji-;:

"Blessed if I know, said Harry. Tuesdays and Fridays, January 10. to Feb Wednesdays and Saturdays January 11 2 Mp 2 oo,. 11005 63l\p Lv St. Augustine Ar 2201' 1030& 1030a
the I Let's 4. to February 4. (t-'i: 345a 430p... 8OOa121op 80opLv.Jacksonville..Ar loop 00a..92.'p 965a 95p430a
"Some row up street guess. In That Itt Mondays ruury Wednesdays and Fridays Feb Tuesdays,,Thursdays; and Saturdays, Feb- 620p...... 842a ...... 84Hp Lv..Yulee..Ar: .t.,.. 81Sa.... 831p 806a 916p
wait and neo what father does. 7 to April' IIl1Op : .... 9208 .. .... 940pAr..Fernandlna..Lv.. ... 730& ...... 700p 730a 7eop
f Little Edward-Papa, why do they ruary B to March 31. ruary alOa 6110a.....
208pl012pAr..Everett..Arl0Ma 645p 630a
And then they saw a strange eight, call those funny looking, two wheeled Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays April 5 to 8451'715p..1010a.t. 1159a 31p.. Ar.,. Brunewick..Lv 9111a 64/1a/ ...... 1 OIip .... .. .74.p745a .,...
;a half naked villainous looking J'Jli.pino" .. April 28. April 29. :.... ..... .:;:.1\208 349p1159pAr..Savannah.Lv 322& ,45a...... f47p ? ....
(native) tearing along the side carriages hansoms Steamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 4:00 p. m. of days advertised arriving at .. .. 6OOpi1&o/ 3/17p/ 12 O'la Lv... .Savannah. .. .Ar 9Ha 508aii45a 440p...... .....,
Papa-I think it's because it takes destination next morning. ....1...,' 923p1201n 536p 205aArFairfax. 8. O..Lv .36a 50oa 6 ana 2111' .. .. .....,
walk toward where their father stood Connections made at Nassau with Ward Line Steamers to and from Santiago and .::. .: ....:: 10451' IMp 6Hp una" ..Denmark, S C 6l-Sa 308& 310a ...... ......
some han'some balancing on the part of Ga.. .,.. .... .. .... ....
1 flourishing in one hand.a, soldier's belt Ctenfnegos, Cuba on certain dates. ...... ..... 93l\p 11311p 61\5a Augusta .
the drivers to keep from tipping the ...... :::::: ...... 4Mp 13111' 44/1a/ Columbia. B. C. 640a 1241a ...... ...... .
.( with a heavy buckle-a very serviceable horses in the air. These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected tf arrive and .... .. .. ... ...... ? ... .. ....I125a "Spartanburg.SC" ...... lloop ...... ...... ..
weapon in accustomed handj-while up -Chicago News.An depart from the several stations and ports, but _their arrival or departure) I't.the. times ...... ..:... ...... .. .... .... 1401' Asheville. C. .. .,.... 20llp ...... ..... .
him and stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company holl.ltselI" responsible for any delay or any ...... ...... .. 8151'11341' 900a Charlotte, N. C. 3 44a f0 ...... ..
the people made way for right Easy Gu. coBseqnencns arising therefrom. ... .. ,... 9t5p1242al047a" Salisbury. N. C. 238a 8 ..........
left in mad haute, tumbling over one For copy of local time card call at 228 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or address :::: ::...: ..... 104:11' 11\7a1210p "Greenaboro.N.CIt 12.aa ... .... ..
When a woman said the philosopher : : .. ...,. 301a Danville Va' .. 1200a .. ...,
with shrieks and of J. P. BECKWITH Traffic Manager. J. D. RAHNEB A. G. P. A. .. .. .1\611' IanI' 130p.. .
another screams ."says that abe really believes she St. Angnatine.r .. .... : ..... .. ._.. 8tOa ... .. 625p ;. Rlcbmond. :: .. .... .. ... ..
fear. Evidently he was a soldier from anative ;. .. .... ...... ..I... Il13a 4111a 325p Lynchburg. Va.. 11261' ...... ."...
regiment who had been sentenced Is getting stout and her husband retorts .... ._ .. .... ...... 33.'a545a! 528p Charlottesville. 845p 2 20p..9. ...... ... .
:F that it is because she eats too much anddoesu't .. .... .... .. ... ... 642a 901Ga 9051 II Washington; II. 111101' : ... ......
I! to punishment for some misdemeanor ....... ..... ..... 8OOait05aIi25p". Baltimore 4371> . ... ..'
and having managed to do enough work is safe to .. ... .... .. 1015a I'Jllp 2611 Philadelphia 2'6p ... .,.........
I escape presume that the honeymoon has ceasedto ....:: :::. .. .. .124:11' 3Gap 6231New York .,.... ...
was endeavoring to reach the native be."Metropolitan. .. .... ..... .... 8 Sop 11 OOp 300p "......Boston......" ...... 6 .... .. .....
of the town. lIe was pursuedat
quarter 345. ...... ...... .. ... 8001' Lv .Jacksonvillo. Ar ,..... ...... ?.... 865p 954610a
some. distance by a native corporaland Kot Too Severe. .. .... .... .. .. ... 10121' Ar.... Everett...;Lv...... ..?.. ...... 630a HOp
several soldiers and guardias (native 3SOp......... ..... .. .... l120a .... Atlanta... .. ...... .... ...... iosnp12
Mrs. Blinks-A Berlin editor has 840p ...... .. .... .. .... 930a .Chattanoojla.. ,. ....... ...... ...... 610p 64h
policemen), whose shouts of "Oui- been sent to prison' for three months for 745a .. .... ....:. ... flop ...Clnclnnatl... II .. .. .. .... ...... .. .. 800pNo"
dadol/ Para (Look outl/ Stop him) /I" printing a joke about Emperor Wil
30, 38 and 34 make connection for Brunswick,arriving Brunswick and 8:15
6' Added to the general uproar. 7:45,11.20 a m : n m
liam. Don't you think that outrageous Ns espectlvely.: For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9:20: a. m., with through sleepers, al'rlv
Tho boys saw their father turn quickly Mr. Blinks (thoughtfully)-Well, I- 4 nit Mew Orleans:40 a. 01. Only through; sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Or-

nnd glance toward them, while the don't-know. it IAAJ leans 6:40 p. m.
Perhaps was a pun.- SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
w old Spaniard shot into a doorway with
New York Weekly. I 'so e Nos. 31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited running between St. Augustine Jacksomlll
tt amazing swiftness. Then the captain and New York. A solid vestibule train, consisting of composite dining and drawing rooms;
i faced the native again and swung his sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.
Nos.35 and 3H Fast Mail between New York and
Sleepers Jacksonville and the iClnclnnafl
thick bamboo cane aloft. Down it oame Notice.In CI Sleeper via Asheville.Nos. .
with all the strength of his powerful .37 and 38 carry through: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with
8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
whack I and the belt and stick ,
arm- -
No. 30 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
went whirling away in the air while the Circuit Court in and for Brovard : Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.33. These trains also handle

the runaway, after a stagger, changedhis County, Florida: the St.Louis (via Louisville) and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between those
-IN ClIANCEHY. Fs ,, 1N cities and Jacksonville.
course slightly nnd! came flying 1 Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers betwi en Jacksonville and Cincinnati;: No. 30 opens alI t tp
across the street toward the two boys. Aaron A. DeOrauw, 1 I 9 m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers.All .
VS. : will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
They heard their father give a warning Norman R. Johnstone and >> Bill to Foreclose office baggage Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office.' .
shout. Harry instinctively sprang in bill wife Esther Jobnstone I Mortgage t L. A. SHIPMAN A. G. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT. Die Pass. Agt.; 202 W Bay St.

'a front of 'Jack and not knowing just appearing et. al.by the affidavit) of D.L.flaulden, A. O. MacDONELL Gen Pass. Agent.
what was the matter but feeling that IT attorney for the complainant In this cause,
that the defendants, Norman R. Johnstons
the to be somehow
man ought stopped ,
and his wife Esther Johnstone, are nonresiilntira I-
he to do it in his lit Miu QrarA f\t 1Tlr\rljl<* 1 o PA linfH nmAitUVllbBlIl
proceeded own way. tUO OltO \JL i1 1MI IUU| asp Ml V IfUbll UVC* f 1
Stooping quickly, with bent head and the age of twenty-one years, and that there Is no 1JT' t'fr"", ,'} YIJ{ z4D-
person In the State of Florida service of a subspoem -
outstretched right arm, as the man came upon whom would bind the said defend ;:

rushing up be "tackled" him aroundhis ants stone, Norman and that R.the Johnstone Bald Norman and R.Esther Johnstone John- COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I II SouthernRailway.

brawny waist as he had tackled and Kstlmr Juhnntone reside at and their address .
i is Metallo Art Co., No. 103 Bishop street, .
N; many an opponent on the football field Andenton. Glasgow England said affiant la Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

MI at home and almost expected to hear Informed and believes. It Is theretore ordered The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche"

the familiar roar of applause from the that the defendants, Norman ]t. Johnstone and "
) Cherokee
1 Algonquin Iroquois;
his wife Esther Johnstone he required to appear : ,
4d( spectators as ho and the "Filipino"came 5ndanswereongdalnant'e bill of complaint on
down with a crash'and a whirl of the Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
and SIXTH I)VY OF MARCH A D 1899 Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. _
arms legs rolling over across .the From JACKSONVILLE l< (calling at Charleston), Thursdays.From .
hard sidewalk till they brought up with or complainant Bald bill will allowed be taken to as proceed confessed ex-parte, and with the CHARLESTON 8. C.'LA.t, . Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.For NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH

: i a prodigious thump against the build. sold CHUHO. hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dully papers. .
( It U further ordered that this order be published SouthBound.Steamers .
the native
ing, struggling atop but in'
each week for eight consecutive
once :
are appointed to sail from Pier 2V, East River New York, at 3 p. in., as follows t
eli another minute Juc had hurled him. weeks In the INDIAN KIVCH ADVOCATE a newspaper
published at Titusvlllu, Krevard l county For CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays Wednesday and Fridays.ForJACKSONVlLLKVLA.callingatCharleston PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CARS,
self atop of him involuntarily shout. Florida. ( ), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
ing "Heidi" as soon as he could catch Witness the Hon Minor S. Jones Judge| of Clyde Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
his breath. said court as well at the seal of sald1 court, at (Calling at Chailoston S. U., both ways)
1 the court house at Titusvllle this December17th
At this point a "referee" turned up 1WW.dec2308 "STEAMERS" "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.LIMITED." j

I I* in tho shape of the big native corporal A. A, STEWART, are appointed to sail as follows t
From foot of Hogan; Street Jacksonville From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited. Dining Library, Compartment Drawing;Roam 1
who promptly grabbed the deserter and [Seal ] Clerk ClrculoCourt.Citation. THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.. and Observation! Cars between St.: Augustine aud Now York

"yanked" him to his feet holding -

y him wihiug and hissing in a grasp Clyde's St. Johns lliver Line. WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."

1 of iron. Through Vetttibulrd Drawing-Room Sleeping Care between Tampa and New York,

I1 "Buen muchachos (good boys) !" Jacksonville, }Palatka Sanford, Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without change.
| next of kin of Joe Lena who died =The elegant Bldewheel Steamer
said the great brown faced soldier. "Iu. THE in Krevard county "'Iorlllallout "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.
Oct. 18th lt111l1, and all others whom it tray "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. .
t gleees (English) !I" concern are hereby untitled that six weeks after CAIT W, A. SHAW, Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New York.
d j "No amigo; Americanos," answ red the first publication hereof, to-wit i December Is appointed to sail a.* follows i

Captain Hale who had now arrived on :lard A I) 18UM on, and his their estate failure, I will to appoint apply for Geo.administration Leave Jacksonville .. . .. .. Sunday, Tuesdays and. Thursdays 3:30 pillLeavosS.&nfurll Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville

the spot still minus his stick N. Hatch or some creditor of said estate of Joe M.iudays Wednesdays and Fridays 0:00: a 111 Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.

"Por supuesto (of course)," grunted Lenon or other tit person to administer on hU SOUTH 1I0UND. SCHEDULE i\uUl'U HOUN!).
j estate In Florida. Read down. head
the ]. "I up. Pllt.aa Dra.wlng-Ro Sleeping Cars to flacon Atlanta. Chattanooga ClncinwA
.t corpora might ibpve known it, D. L. QAULDEN, Leave S.30 I'. w. ............ .............Jloksonvllle.: ... ......... ...,........ Arrive 2.00 a. m. Louisville Birmingham. Kansas City and &.. Louis.
seuor. This is the worst man in the Titusvllle, Fla., County Judge It 8,43 p. rn. ..... ... .......... .Palatka.... .. .... .... ,....... ... Leave 11.00 P. 111.
:33dec98IMALLORY II 3.00 a. w. .... .......... ........ .. Astllr... .... .... .. .. .... ...... .... 2.30 p. 111.II Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Deo. 10th, 1898. 4,39 a. tu. .... ........ .... .......St. Frani....... .....,.... .... II 1.00 p. 111.It .
s. nt. ... .... .... ... ..... .. !lleresford....... ... .... ........ II 12.00 a. au. Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
l" 8.00 a. In.......... ....' .........,. .. ............,.......... II 11.00 a. w.
Arrive 11.30 a. in............... ...........Sanford ..... ........ ......... .... II 11.00 a. W. .
i' STEAMSHIP LINE. It 9l11: a. 11\. .... ...... .... ..... .......Enterprise .... .... ........ ...... .... .t 11.30 a. w. LAND OF- THE SKY."

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. D.mbl>> Dally Li sited Train For Cincinnati via Everett.

Florida, Now York,
1'J Philadelphia and Boston. W, II. W WARBUUTOV T. V. A., P, M. IRONMONGER: JR., Fla. i'ass. Aet.: schedules sleeping
B Howling: Green.New York. 204 West Hay St., .''ac"sonvllle.l'Ja. For detailed information a. to car reservations eta, 110,11"
From Brnn.wlokdiruvttONeWYork. C. V. LOVKLL Asst. Fla. Supt.. JOHN. L HOWARD, Superintendent. any MM of tAt HODTHEHN RAILWAY or It. connections;
; Jacksonville.: Fla. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
N PA8SENOKW SKKVICE. TIIEO O, EGEll T. :AT., 5 Howling Green New York.
To make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonvilleon W>I. r. CLYDE CO., General Agents( B. W.. HUNT Florida P.... Agt, 318 West Bay Street JackionTUl, h,A'
Tliurmiay at \I::00 p. m., via fernaudlna 1\1\I1"Ooy. Safloni" 5 Bowline Green New.York. l,. Ho. Uelaware Ave.. Pblla".lpbla.
(Cumberland Route). Arrive l route. Or. via all rail le whig Jarknouville 4:40: p. ui. (Ii'. C.
A I'), via Everett and Southern H'y Arrive Itruuswick 8:15 1IaIlalIr.. 0.a. Pas.. Agt. A.... Oen. Paso Li1..
i t t FOR SALE. Home-Grown wallagtea. D. O. Washington b. c. ..MIu't41J.nuary ..
p. m. Passengers on arrival, go directly aboard steamer. ... 17. 1800.

_Lv. New York Pier 21 E. K., 3:00p. In.PROPOSED, (Standard SAILINGS Time. LT. Brunswick S PINEAPPLE: SLIPS AND SUCKERS d

Friday, Jan.'III..RIO GRANDE .......... .. .. . .. .Frltlay Jan.3T
Friday! :8T."- .. .. . .. .. .COLORADO .Friday, Feb. S Of the following Varieties
Friday, Feb. 3.,.UK) HUNDK .. ...... .... .. ..........Frlday.It 10 : ? JOB .PEtINTINC:
Friday > ... 1 COLORADO .. ....... .. .......,.,..Friday l II Abbata Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden
Friday, 17.RIO OKANDK..... !... ...........rrlday, 24 Queen Ripley Queen, Smooth

For general Information, steamers, trains rates eto., apply to any railroad agent or to Cayenne Ptnuntaco and Red Spanish. OF ALL KINDS
A. t>. MU R1'l1Yl Agent,24014: ilay St.Jacksonville.n Executed'at
.i R.R-'VMOND General Southern Ajt.n'.llrun.wlck.Q" Apply to O. 0. MA.TTIIA.ilS. Florida Pineapple Co.,

n. n. MALLUKY,G..ralA'.lIt.l.lttr :20, K. hirer, ana:SM lual1war.: X, Y. West Palm Beach, Fla. ADVOOATE PRINTING OFFICE.



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RIVER ADVOCifri, JAtfuXttY 27, 1880.. .. 1

HOTELS- -All4ne-ycar-r6und. notuS, August'ine.( MKKIUTT (Merritt's Inland).

F ATLANTA HOTEL HIBISCUS' Palm Beach, XTevins' Hiverview. .

GA. A New Hotel, on tbe sane tide of Lake Worth and very near the Royal

HOLLY INN Daytona On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport No better Hunting and
Fishing In Florida.

Facing$ the beautiful Halifax River; finest bicycle roads In the State. Open from January 15th, 1800. M I. B. MAIION".
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Opposite Alcazar, Ponco de Leon add Casino, and among the date palms.
WM. P. KENNEY, Manager.

ty15 Send for booklet., CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Seminole Hotel *! ;!f


J r Algonquin Hotel. OPEN ALL THE YEAR


King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. This hotel (Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience ('|1.,1'0 to
Refitted the railway depot. 1 Free' 'buss to and from trains. )Boats attached to the hotel.
y newly furnished and under
H t with fishing tackle on board for tho use of guests. lutes; hum $2.00: per cl.iy ami
new : located
management. Centrally
: 1 upwards; special;! rates by tho week or month
I near all points of Interest. Largo sample GEORGE ZAPF
room for use of traveling men. Overlooking -
I r I h Plaza and Monuments. A full
ra view of the ocean nnd rolling breakers
) from tho piazzas Baths, gas, electric The Palms 1 l nKAiif

,,4 bells and P perfect system of sewerage.Rates I.:; A first-class hotel, sltiulvd; on beautiful Lake

: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by tho week. J North,oppoxlto Royal Poiticlitun. J.ll'I'll1cllltht: ,
n Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. electric bells, baths, etc. $:2, $2.50: / and $.J per day. 'l'l'rIIJI! rates' by \\cok.
The l'alms'Vest Palm+ Beach, Fla. .

The Palace Hotel of the South. C. D. TYLKK, Owner and Mg'r. '-- .'-- --,-_ ,

\American and European plan We cordially Invite the' patronage( of the best
nmerclal, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of the city. Hotel Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. '.

i ttrains.Union depot Every, at modern highest ImprQvement point In city known and away to from science.all noise Cuisine, dirt am unexcelled)smoke Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and upward ,

)y betel in the South. Fee Bus meets all tr< in8Ilate8, American plan, Special weekly and season rates. Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by tho week.
o I to $-1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. O. P. I1UNTINUTON, ,

GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Proprietor.
Near the City G tes. St. George Street.

ie Holland ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL MIAMI MIAMI, li I""yne flay, FLA.
27-29 Auburn Avenue. Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day. ,
Special rates by the week or season.
LOCKWOOD A TEAIIEN, Proprietors. Pleasure grounds, extending five hundred feet to 1'lveri; boating and fishing '
|Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. eight hundred feet veranda.

A. R. THOMPSON, Propr. JOHN S. 110WEN;
MRS. F. A.

[Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1C29. Capacity 2.,(). Rates reduced from $1& to $2 and -- --
Alarge well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving the
$3 per day. com Fr* henloK Up For.
forts and service without the cost of the more expensive ones. Elevator, Homcepathic
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or personal "Among the many directions given :
investigation may sav9 you much. Open until may. for cleansing and renovating one seldom I

Du. T. A. WORRALL, Manager.; J. T. SKILES, Prop'r. finds anything regarding furs. Furriers
ie Sweetwater Park Hotel t I LITHIA SPRINGS, GA. keep all such trade secrets strictly, but Dyspepsia Powders.
,, MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL occasionally there ia A Innkago, and I
AND GROUNDS IN THE STATE. PALATKA.;; am able to send you the result of one," -
(Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A writes a correspondent in The Ladies'Homo
I commodious modern hotel Cures Indigestion) Sour Stomach, Emotions
high-grade ; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Journal. "Dark furs as seal),
i unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithla Spring and Its health Graham Hotel Belching, Piles, Itching'of ,
PALATKA FLORIDA. miuk and black marten, are
I ,.
Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and Skin, LIver.Tioiiblcs, Pulplta-
!under the with flue cedar or mahogany sawdust,
same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. '
|Write for Illustrated Booklet JAMES E. HICKEY which is kept in stock by furriers. The lion of the Heart, etc.
Lithla Springs, Ga., The only Brick Hotel in town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year garment is ripped free from the lining -

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives for outdoor round. Service strictly first-class. and the fur laid on a table with the hair nI1lKc.'TIONII-A powder before meals
every facility sport. Rates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or.month, and to families.
up. Then tho sawdust, l is robbed .in the and at bedtime.
MRS. M. L. BAJINHART, hair and neither strength norsepdnstspared
JACKSONVILLE.: Proprlet ress.ORlIOND during the process. When finished ,-.

shako the fur lightly over the table Twenty I'owders, 25 cents.

IE ST. JAMES.JACKSONVILLE: FLA. and save the sawdust that drops out. -
) \ Dec. 18, 18JS.! 'Then'put upon'the table one or two
feather pillows their usual muslin Depot:
The i St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. slips, and these lay the furs, hair
inning in 1800, the St. James has increased in size and added to its appolnt- down this upon time and bent thoroughly SAMUEL EDEN, M. D.,
Its with Increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. I
(The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, Open for the Winter! Season. Fine Surf Bathing,. Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. with a switch until, the, sawdust is out BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Qg the St. James Paik. M. 'VANCE, Propilotor. and the far a* clean. as a I pin. Keep law Hush wick Avenue.
Baggage checked to all points. moving tbe pillows, as the for most ,
fits music, as in the past seasons; will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- I have a soft support while beaten.
tra, and ,will be of the high grade. This house, as In the past, is under the MELROSE HALL ORMOND FLORIDA.On White furs' are cleaned with white JSc.'Jlmlll1g' the Year
agement of 'J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and cornmeal! applied as the sawdust is on With pure, rich, healthy blood, which
ure of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph, the darker varieties.. If white furs are bo had ,
may by taking Hood's -
/ Harsapaillla
j the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a of
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated grove by hot only slightly soiled, they may be cleaned you will not need to fear attacks of
water. First-class In every respect. with magnesia in email cubes that pneumonia, bronchitis, feveis, colds or i
rr Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. is well rubbed in and then thoroughly the grip. A few bottles of thin great I
j JACKSONVILLE, FLA. dusted out. toulo and blood purifier, taken now, will
otel Placlde Address: SCOBIE.& LIPPINCOTT. Ll your .best protection against spring h

New Management. Lobster Attractively Served. humors, bolls, eruptions, that tired feeling .
TITUSVILLE. Remove the meat from tho tail and and serious Illness, to which a weak t

[Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. I claws of two lobsters in whole pieces by and debilitated system Is especially liable
[Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all tialns. Ample Sample Room accom- XH::TIDIIfcT: :: : :RIVER: : : :: :HOTELI: cutting the shells carefully around the eradicates In early spring from tho Hood's blood all Sarsapaillla scrofula: t I
modations for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. ; ... edges so as to keep the shells in perfect taints \
tones [
ant stomach
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE .1iJJ- !'> shells and strengthens t tI
{ .c. shape. Wipe tho carefully
-,.{ : _t;; TITUSVILLE euro dyspepsia, rheumatism, catnuli -
WILSON & CO.Travelers' '.7... -t.., ,- ..:,:; : : ,,. arrange on a bed of lettuce, having the nnd every ailment canned or promoted
": : "< '. f- INDIAN RIVER by Impure or depleted blood.
; : 'ff'; i
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: ; -' f. : : ; I
New lM-ri: :;': _,.; .=.=:'- / ', ,J'\.t" ; FLORIDA .

Hotel - Management -.olE :: -
--- < .fJ." G. BAST, To* Sword! Foil, Idiplrr. or UaY. net Con..

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '. Manager. teat for WftOO.oo.. j

TAMPA, I-'IA., Jan. IS, ]Jtl3.!!) I
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service.
Open all the Year Kditor Indian Hirer Adtorati! t
Dear Sir-I heiowllh challenge Mr.
g.n r v r a r ---- i
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at tho Travelers. Sam. Perkins of Tltusvlllu, Indian River,
hunaflmG liimlhmrum!' I ,all, .n m Only ate minutes recently of Ihe) Fist Florida Regiment, to ,
walk from Hallway stations I/HISTKIt) SALAD. combat with sword, foil, rapier, bayonetor
and steamboat; land- shells in the center and tho meat around any other kind of weapon of ,defense '
otel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA Ints.: tL xn. Servo with French or mayonnaise for any sum of money not to exceed tho I
On tho banks of thy sum of $500.00: tho match to take placeIn
far-famed Indian River.IIOCKMSDGK. dressing. The vivid color of tho shells, February or Maich.

[On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowlings in pleasing contrast with the delicate This challenge Is also open to all
----- leaven of with
heart ettaco, together
In the United States.
Roseland comers
tennis court grounds and other amusements. .
croquet the yellow of the mayonnaise, put on Yours sincerely,
t'o Florida this winter call and see us. The
to ,
I be appreciated. If come
you in ornamental stars, makes this a very J. A. McOiriitK.
i of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River: Take car at station. Tran- During the month of December will showy dish, says the Boston Cooking -

t: rates, $2.00 per day; Special weekly rates. be conducted in family style. Opened School Magazine in presenting the out The above renowned English sword- {"
MRS. A. M. VANHAAFTEN, Manager. who It said be tho
man, to hero of a
New Rockledge Hotel regularly January 2nd. Shell roads, Not Enough. hundred hard-fought battles, will soon ;,
Horses, boats for fishing, and Daimler She (loftily))-If I washed dishes for give. exhibitions of his wonderful skillat
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. / a man, it might make him look upoo'me Titusville and other towns along the
TEL OXFORD launch all for of Rates
'Opposite St. James Hotel. ; guests. ,
J v as a servant East Coast, Along with being an expert -
$2.50) and $.1 per day. Special weekly He-Oh, no. You'd have to break swordsman, Major McGuIre Is a very
Convenient of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and clever actor and with the assistance of
to alll parts On Indian River rates until January 15th. Send for them to do that.-Brooklyn Life.
all who at the Oxford a pleas-
homelike, and special effbrts made to give his partner, Harry Archer, makes a great
ant stay.. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- booklet. ]I. P. SUAItES, Proprietor, Mother's Iland. hit In bis act entitled, "The Soldier and

nVllle' Roc Fla.ROCKLEDGEPlaza Duar mother'. hind*-no oft, *o dimpled sod the Coon." In a great broadsword con-
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. I tledge, aofulr; test In New Haven, open to'all-comers;,
Her liundu whew flnger run *o gentl/through Connecticub or any other state In America -
: my hair; for tho championship of the world
ST. AUGUSTINE. Hotel. llvr hand tht, oh, *o often-*ooth< my aching the Major won In 27 seconds, the stake
brow being 1 ) .
smooth out the wrinkles that advsr.ttlei en $15,000.Tony

YOU EAT ORANGES all their dow. Fair, Cochran, Ga., writes: From
HOTEL MAGNOLIA DO ? Do you want to see them In glory-on Dear mother's hand thai point the way to
the trees In full grove form ? Do you want to pick them ? Then go to Kock- realm* above. my experience with Xellln'i Regulatorand
ledge on the Indian River. The beautiful new Plaza Hotel Is tile hotel. Come Bur band untiring In performing sot of love; Black Uraught, I cannot compare )
and you will be pleased. Fishing, sailing, driving, duck banting, and shoot- liar band that rescue and rapport me ere I them with Dr. M, A. Simmons Liver-
ST. AUGUSTINE. ing alligators, all make up amusement for you while there. The table, service tall Medicine, one package of which did
this season. and social evenings. at the Plaza have become famous. For the best our flee baud *o eager to twist! ,bat, oh, *o imalll more good for wife's chronic liver trouble*
$1 u 000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings than two doctor. who charged fifty
rates are reasonable. S. H. PECK Manager.
; ,
Hot and Cold Water Bath; on each floor; Dear mothor's hand that labor for me ev'ry dollars for their services
also hydraulic Maths added to several suites and heating Arrangements rrr See Mr. ChrUtlancy, representative, at Windsor hotel., regarding rooms and day,
Private this making this rates. ,Her hand that shield roe from the thorn that
added season,
are a few of the Improvements hotels In the hedge my way, Dry powdered whiting, put thlcftfy> ;
well equipped
popular I I houseof the most Her bund that prow me fondly to her loving
over an oil stain on a wood floor and left
br .tAnJ
|b Write for booklet.PALBIFK. "a
& lUacI>O'VEI4J4. ,BOCKLEDGE, FLA. tail my w.rlec1lorm to peaceful reel for 12 hours, will absorb all the grease.

Dear\ mother's band are worthy of a prlnoe' to those
The largest, leading'and best located hotel at'tbl.. beautiful resort all*. SiCCICBII persevere.If .

AZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 75 Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75 Rooms at $3.60 per day; 75 Rooms at $1.00 per No word amt..In. pralae to mother' band can be you and take persistently Hood's,SnnwparWa according to faithfully directions

day Special Weekly Rate I love doar mother' band, adore her hands you may depend upon cure when
This hotel I. for ROOMS ON Y. It II l centrally located, Dear The only hotel at Rockledge with 'steam-beated halls and sleeping rooms. and yet cure I U possible.
Postoftlce Dank now and own Cathedral. Electric light plant elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine and No band. on earth can spank like moth,'. -
tG.OO week. errice. Naphtha ,launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES baud. I'll bet. Hoood's Pills are to take, to>
Rooms, rocts to $1.00 per day; $1.50)( to per -Mew York Tratk. easy easy
Y. D SANCHEZ, anager. S. PROSKEY operate. Cure Indigestion, sick hoadache.1I4DiAI4 .

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twin-screw, schooner rigged, Sweetheartthe I s. VT :eOLL--:
: ,EMBEZZLEMENT Russell schooner, Elinor the Vat ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,

VARD COUNTY FUNDS. Ilamm schooner, Sunshine, with sloop (Successor to Lovett&: Carroll.) I

j and cats galore. FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All tj
[Continued from 4th page.] The caucus held Fridaynight, nomt ...=acLwyorsu. ;
nated Dr. II. D. Brown for mayor; C. M.
'f.case Feaster of the ,State charged of Florida with vs.embezzllnjt.I1,182.2J Arthur Bingham, jr., assessor; ,Geo. F, Smith,I Crockery, Glass and Tinware. ', Your patronage Solicited
Peck treasurer Geo,. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND .
F. T.
: from the state while county collector; ; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
of Brevard county. The case II. Ludwig, school trustee. A petitionis I
treasurer before the being circulated to have Capt. II. F, UNITED STATES COURTS.
I' was the most (important one
court for many years and Saturday:! Douglass'the assessorshlp name placed Those on the present ticket expressed foi r ,- E. :S AC :a O
JEROME the Jury, after being out seven
1 BENJ. W night
their disapproval of the hydro
; guilty.hours, returned, with a verdict of not carbon light for, illumination. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, [J,

I i Stato Representative JUON WORKS I'ENNSl'IrVANI.1 CO., for "Mr. Pope says tbat Feaster declaredall Lands in Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, G J
did take the
that ho not
the Sale of GLOHK GAS ENGINES, the time Waveland. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive],1
j I MI'lnonIl: Stationary.t : money, but his books showed the Bhort-I- Counties, the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol
which he could not
J age, < are some very sore Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville
lie proved a good character, and because PIt
\ COLMAN( ACETYLENE in of being vaccinated.
>cuing\\ Agent,: arms consequence : i
11 I GAS MACHINES.; Safest:! Cheapest he could not tell what became of the Well, there, should be comfort in the We have List ---
I and Hest light for private dwell money, as a natural consequence many though that the object spught is thoroughly a large
ho had taken it
ings and .stores. and persons were thought indignant of the verdict ren accomplished. of.Lands owned by Lesley <& MotlowvSuccessors

o For prices, catalogues and estimates,, dered. We note that appropriations have
/ address, "The treasurer had deposited the public been made for several rivers and inletsof ourselves and clients. ( to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
It,, IH SJ. W. JEROME, money In the Indian River State Bank the state, and it seems a pity that ao

at Titusville and did all of his financialbusiness easily a developed harbor as the Santa Price for unimprovedlands and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rams Gins and
Rocklcdge, Fla. through that bank, Mr. Pope Lucia Inlet should be utterly overlooked Foreign ; Whl

nays. Ills sureties became uneasy, and and other less favorable inlets for iin Bottled Beers Ales and Stont ---
The Anhenser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion. yesterday after the trial and verdict, Mr. provement get appropriations; simply $3 to $100 -

Robbing, one of Feaster's bondsmen, con. because some one with A "pull" ha A First-class Line of Cigars. s*. Billiard and Pool Table
of the bank his "little Well at least acre.WE .
: Lout and Bottled Deer. cluded an examination ground axe. per
Fnmoiu St. Keg
books, deposits, checks, etc., and Feas our inlet has not been made worser, anJIt Fatally and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given!: to Jorders.
Bold! by Menu.I/slcy Motlow, Tltnsvllle, Fla.Dy ter's books, and discovered that while seems more capable of taking care of Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville r]1
Mr. J. I). ('rahh. Corna, Fla. have a few Residence, Orange
I By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla.' Feaster had credited himself with all itself than the others, anyway. -
received he had not that in desirable
money paid that Grove and Pineapple Properties
Everything runs so smoothly news
.JOSEPH ZAPF. out, and In one or two payments as much
.. is hard to discover. Where every one locations. Prices Reasonable.
!) had been out his order
ns $ ,000 paid
attends to his own affairs and there are
r I In the bank but notcredltedon Feaster's '
Wholesale Beer and Liquors. ,, no unusual occurrences, as is the caseIn KITCHEN UTENSILS,
books in which the shortage
:: own ; was most beautiful Indian { TITUSVILLE '
places along our OFFICE8' {
first discovered, and suit instituted by and stoves and
MIAMI. Cooking ranges Blue Flail
River, it is not to supply the !
West Bay Street, the state material for an editor easy to get out a very -- -- --- ---- :;;u..if fJ :I fi.t:1f'VA.. have::o- variety that will..... suit .nit... ."It...
"Mr. said this morning that he
4' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. breezy newspaper., Our city friends, and tastes of the housekeeper, and
waa..__ more than gratified _at. his client tint we i
it, being,: either legally or morally guilty, as with nil and the varied works amusements to read ,about occupations MILLINERY.rand selling them almost for a song. Our'I
THOMAS \.)> the of Brevard or the State of new ,
HENRY R. County are apt to think the best paper that can 1 r t. agateware, galvanized and painted!
Florida would lost the
ex-treasurer. nothing through be published in our thinly settled distrlcts h shows new shapes'and improvements|

jr ,,,.IA VILLA PHARMACY "Feaster has many acquaintances in very tame and commonplace by DRESSMAKING. our new line of tinware and crockery lit
when in it be
Jacksonville, who have manifested much ; comparison, reality may 4limited. Our fine Mascot cooking stc
better edited than the Y
really more news-
; Keeps all Kinds of
Interest in his case. Alex.: St. Clair.
and Willard steel is just what
favored range
Abrams, of this city, and States' Attor- city publications. i ;
Pare and Toilet Articles. .
Drags Fancy need for
1 ney Beggs, of Orlando, prosecuted, and cooking.

1g Prices to snit.iti Judge R. M. Call, of this city, presided."
In reply to the above, may say that no ,
801 Adams St.,,cor. Madison, evidence to substantiate the above was

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. brought into court on Monday, duringthe TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
trial of the bondsmen; and as proof JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,

that Mr. Pope has made a mistake, the
p i Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers court has obtained judgment against the Board and Room One j Dollar Per Day
bondsmen, and Arthur T. Feaster Is still u.s'V.I.1.1.e: : ; F1.a.
for Sale.
(Indebted to Brevard county In the sum
() of $11,582.23. When in need of White and Rye Bread,

( Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's .
.. _
+ Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, AI r
Bed Spanish. Apply to TUE SUITS AGAINST THE DONDSM N. hotels and families supplied. it.'.,
S 1 and
MADDOCK MATT AM8, On Monday Jan. 23rd, the civil suits Carpets Mattings Kugs

'Palm Beach Pinery, against the bondsmen in the Feaster Write Quick.... ,
+ Palm Beach Fla.
West matter were begun. State's Attorney

Beggs, assisted by Judge: D. L. Gaulden, FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP. Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST! PRICES
prosecuted, and Mr.\ Geo. M. Bobbins Guaranteed. .
For Sale, defended Gto. W.: Scobie, Charles K/ :

Kenyon, F. A. Losley, N. N. Penny, and RAILROAD FARE PAID. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, ,,Fall Patterns are now being received

Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, M. :S.: Sams. Positions Guaranteed. Titusville, Fla.
in St.: John's county, near transportation. The Jury empanelled to try these suits '9 '""-" M B WH and
; were: C. F. Latham, Oak Lodge, foreman Open all the Year to' both Sexes. Awnings Linoleums, a Specialty.

Sixteen Thousand acres in one body, ; Chas. McBride, Melbourne; Eugene -
near Titusville, on Indian River, well A. M. Stewart, Bovine; W. P. Arnold GA'-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, East Coast Meat MarketG. H. E. CLARK,
G. L. Macon Ga.
timbered. Malabar; Lynch. Rockledge,
COUBTLAND BOOKMAN, and A. Alford Hall, Fort Pierce (a decided -' F. DUREN 38 West Bay St.,

liiI ( 22, Hogan street, I, improvement compared, with the THE MOST COMPLETE Agent Jacksonville F1
Jacksonville.Fla. last jury.) == ,
1 The tint case tried'' was that of the Electrical Supply House staters:.e <=>
State of Florida vs. Charless K. Ken- _.
l lllrtls and Animals Mounted yon, who was on the bond at the time oo ESTABLISHED 1875.
of Feaster's suspension by the governor. -o. .

In tM 5 best taxidermist, style Address Washingtonavenue R. C. favor The jury of the rendered state, that a verdict being of the$2,000 amountof ) in ELECTRICIANS, ;) wb; \ /rJl.: .A.. :SO-o-eS.: col

Scrlmgeour, -
(corner of Main street),' Titus- Kenyon'sliability.The I Jacksonville Florida. -
above decision the \
1 suits
against the following; who are "let In"for .- ,
the sums against their named: Geo. _.
a 'arr Reading notice ads. on this page W. Scobie, Titusville, $2,000; N. N. = -C/3 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

are live cents per line per week. Penny, Nathan, $1,000; and M." S. :Sams: r C handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hi!

Courtenay, $1,000. Titusville Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright i
The state took a non-suit in the Florida.
dark at
EXCURSION TO HAVANA. wholesale. State agents for Tygerf.Allen Fertilizer Co.
case, who is on the second bond for .
Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis; ,
Orange tree and Vegetable -
: The Havana excursion of Jacksonville $1,000. .M Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt, etc. FertilizerrurehG/ w I
The state having failed to serve Mrs. Q? superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue tree.1W. .
merchants, tendered them by invitationof E. Titus with her
Mary a summons, case NEAR & TAYLOR
the Florida East Coast railway, passed was not tried. Judgments were obtained ,

through Titusville, Sunday, afternoon. against the following, who have allowed k
The party, which was in charge of judgment by default to be entered Artesian WellCONTRACTORS IRSO: : -
George C. Floyd, had a special parlor car against them: Andrew Froscher, $2,000; ra'r .
devoted to its use and coinfoit. On ar- A. J. Carter J. A. Carlile
$1,000; $2- !
to B.
la ( Hirsch.)
rival at Miami tney boarded the steamer
000; W. N. Chaudoin, $1,000; C. T. Mc. I
Lincoln for Havana, where they arrived Crory, and Arthur T.' Feaster
$2,000; ,
d Monday afternoon. $11,535.115.; !' ? .2 Eau Gallie, Fla -
) An ADVOCATE: representative boarded Mr.! Feaster had to furnish new bonds ,
the train at Titusville, and noted quitea each time he was elected. Some of these
number of Jacksonville's prominent FRUITS AND PRODUCE/
merchants ,and representatives, among bondsmen are on the first and second Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for -Please mention the ADVOCATE when
y9 bond. Below is a list of those who were advertisers.
marine writing
them being: Wm. A, Hours, J. B. Hours, on his bond at the time of his gas engine ignition.

k T. W. Dunk, W. P. Sumner, Frank :, Geo. W; Scobio) $2,000;suspension N., N. ,
o Nooney, II. Drew, J; D. Holmes, D. E. Penny, $1,000M.; S. Same:: $1,000; Andrew -
Cooper, S. K. Rile, L. C. Canova, C. W. Froscher, $2.000: : A. J. Carter, ANDREW LOSLEY. Fish Oysters and Game

Bartleson, Leopold Furcbgott, Church $1,000; J. A. Carhle, $2,000; W. N. ... ,
Anderson, C. Benedict, Harry Mason, T,
$1,000; C. T. McCrory, $2-:
D.Frank Gibbons, W. B. Dawson, E.. Bean, 000; Mary E. Titus, $1,000; L. T. Coody, WATCHMAKER and JEWELER 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.
Gray, T. V. Porter, J. It Porter, $1,000; Chas.: K. Kenyon, $2,0X:! :)
Geo. T. Christie, Charles R. Tyson, Sable The A REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies,: the Capital City Bank, Kirsch
:Bros., C. T. Doty, A. A. Uodemann E. ejectment suit of R. R.' McCpr- Paper Co., Atlanta Ga. The
mick D. P. Gibson tried Titusville Florida. ; National Bank, A Kaiser & Bro., Brunswick, Ga.;|
vs. was and
Simltlnsand ,
IIausman, J. A. Canova R. G. verdict rendered Guckenhimer & Sons, Herman & Kay ton, Eckman & Vetsburg, Savannah, G)|
F. J. Hyde, and others. In the of for plaintiff.Raulerson (CHAFFEE'S DRUG STORE.) A. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
case Morgan vs.
They will probably return to-morrow, Having,: been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories in
r Saturday, after spending,: throe or four was referred to L. C. Massey, Esq. This Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and cleanIng -
days in Havana. Mr. Fred Kettle ofSt. was a dispute regarding a check and a connected with
watches clocks
breach of contract.TheF. jewelry, etc. If you want a good job donesend ,
J with' '
Augustine, went the above me work.
your '
v party to represent Florida's popular E. C. R'y Co. vs. Alexander L "
dally. -the Times-Union and Citizen. Ormond, appeal; the decision which was ac: The "Ideal! Hat! Fastener! !
given In favor of plaintiff, A. Ormond, i
in the county court, was rovert>ed. This Ef A. WADDELL 4ID, ,
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER (own ma. suit will have to be tried again in the Bicyclists will find it a Bi!|
c. chine. county court. Geo. M. Robblns is
) Experienced Bookkeeper, for Miami City and Dade County _
Teacher Miss the F. E. (J. R'y Co., and W. I. Metcalf
Chaperon Quinn, Palm The most useful and salable, invention out. No hat pins required for hall'
+1 Beach and F. J. Webb for Ormond. bonnets.

The court adjourned until to-day. Real Estate Bureau. Great Inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for pad]

Courtenay.. ulars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., '
Daytona. 23?- Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.Chance .

10:30.J.Preaching: next, Sunday morning at Judge Stewart-, of DeLand, was in : A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable

I B. Harper has boon on the kick list town last week. Tracts of all sizes for Iiwstments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on

? for the past week The ADVOCATE is an excellent adver West Coast._ __
'1 Dr. Symmes' tising medium for the whole East Coast. of a Life Time !
; patients are increasing/ For Correspondence, enclose "
for the past month. Thursday night the ladles of the Congregational stamps. Agent for
church gave a supper In ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTEU WIND MILLS
Messrs. Lapham and Sweeney, of In- the Opera house, the ,Ilrst church supper Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111.

( diauola, were In town awhile last Friday this 1101\1>00. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. .A magnificent will be sold at a
I The schooner. Thistle, Capt. Jim E. jf, Conrad la to put up a brick ,
Hunter, was In port awhile last week. store next to the Peck block. The room
will be 110 feet deep, and the building 21JEWELEO.
Marion Whaley's horse
capsized his _
as near lire proof as can be made. WATCHES
road cart while out driving last :Sunday CLOCKS
No damage reported.: Mrs Win Atwood and Mr, Geo. H. GENUINE BARGAIN. I
1 Clark were delegates from the Palmetto
The Misses Nannie and Stella Harper Club to the Annual State:: Meeting of the
!o Lucia Hunt and Chas T Harper paid Federation of Womens' Clubs, held in Mil Jewelry Diamonds

Indianola a visit last Sunday.Col. Jacksonville. About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River.

J, G, last and party, of Titusvllle At, a called meeting held in the armory Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents. talnlng a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Pal
Sunday\ were calling In town awhile last last night, Mr. Smith explained the log S, House in Brevard County.
Come again Mr. R. when youtan't Carson hydro-oaibon light; read state, Situated about
stay BO long. ments and testimonials from various .--& FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING Churches midway between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to
? Stores etc.
w Sportsmen coming to Indian River, places, etc. No action was taken by the BOW+ *. of both.

Banting a little sport, should not fall to citizens. A SPECIALTY For further particulars, apply to

r wit duck Courtenay and deer in, where abundance.we have quail, The yachting season is fairly on. The ,Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway.. R J, RILES, WALTER GOODYEAR, .
fleet in the harbor '
includes the Burgoyne I
225 W. Bay St., jACKSOJrmuc:, FLA. ,.
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