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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
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: October 6, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00075918:00040
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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NEWS BICYCLES IN STOCK : Rambler, ROOFING the Bond A lead IMncti for nattle."alul..
LOCAL IRONPIIALT Something -frtt. Frank E. Bond, of AMONG THE HOTELS.
Victor, Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write Lumber Co., spent a day or so In Jack. ,
of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff Tribune. Write for for particulars toTHOS. onvllle, this week. Our Bovine correspondent writes the -
id Topics prices and catalogues. C. ''Y ATT9 .fc Co., ADVOCATE as follows: Between Bovine
There is not of yellow VIIKUK to See list of hotels
F. W. BEERS, Jacksonville, Fla. a single case and Pineda within two weeks, there stop. on
fever on the whole mainland of Florida 7th
our
and General Go *lp In connection St. Augustine. have born thirty-one rattlesnake killed.Mr. pages
lel1 -that Is, outside the Island of Key West
ilk Bllea1ne May Lake Worth Indian Second-hand Yost typewriter, $23.00.Do ;; Plffuu killed twenty In one day, and The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
ana and Halifax lUveri Key: Went -One of the anti-germ water filters -Mr. Gun Anthony, who in visiting Mrs. Jackson killed one that measured the best hotels In New York city.
In other Important Points along the can bo seen working at the ADVOCATE datives in Washington; G.i.: expects to even feet In length.
nd all you want to buy some pet stock? Illustrated folders of the fine East
filce. See ad. 5th
of Florida. Brief mention of on page. return to West Palm Bench on Sunday.
Mt Coast Read ad. on this page. Coast hotels, etc., to bo given away, free,
nt re tlnf| Events from Various Parts -Miss Ethel -Mr. J. T. Ball, of Daytona, was in Mayor John B. Relllyjof Miami, who Tit 111 lite rulillo School. at the ADVOCATE office. Send two-cent
e( the World I About People You Knowd Coutant, of Oak Hill, town yesterday hall been visiting relatives in New Haven, lamp to pay postage. I
was a pleasant caller this office
Picked
at
Don't Know.- on
You
People Editor and a large staff Tuesday. -Mr. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, has Conn., arrived In Jacksonville on .Wednesday Tho above school will\ open on Monday
by Our Society: when] number of The coif grounds belonging to Hotel
p the been enjoying.a visit to the metropolis lornlng next, huge
scattered along
f Correspondents -Mr. A. A. Ford, fish warden, of St. this week. Roitdmaster E. Bon Carter of tho scholars Is oxpucU'd to be present. The irmond, Ormond are bolng cleaned! oft
alii Coast of Florida. Lucie, was in town a day or so the first principal thin Reunion will bo Mr. W n.IIs'own gain and will be In first-class conditionfor
hoursIn )
E.
de- F I C. Ry., after spending a few
-Several down
of river
the week. people are this wlntcrs's visitors.Hotel .
of Vend, Tenn., who will bo
town left for Ma home in St. Augustine -
tamed in town to the washouts
on
owing
ADVOCATE, -Mr. assisted by Mm, Eleanor Blight, of
THE R. F. Hyman, a popular com- yesterday
Alcazar
ho F. E. C. Railway.Mr St. Augustine, In being
N'allhvillc Tenn. while tho
1.50 annum, In advance. mercial traveler, of Ocala, was a visitorto ; kindergartendepartment polished In readiness for the
| per Miss Annie Bellows of Danburgh up openingicxt
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attended Mln
town on Tuesday.Mr. E. P. Blakewood, of Osteon, a so ably to by
months
11.00 six countries. former visitor to Titusvlllo, In assisting Ga., arrived in town yesterday, She will Ida U Bates for several years past, will month, with Manager Jos. I'.
$2.00 per an. to foreign W. C. Dobbins, of Atlanta, after Dr J. B. Screven in his drug store. gain touch school at Hardeeville, where bo in charge of Miss Bessie Bryan, an- (!reaves In charge: as heretofore.Mr. .

spending a day or so in town, left for she made many friends last,winter.Mrs. other Tennessee lady. .
notice ads. are ten centsr Sanford and other points.Mr. -Mr. C. C. Curtis, of this place, has Sidney Halgh will\ have charge of
:3=- Reading been on the sick list this week, and his Frank Forster and little tlaugher ,- Hotel Colonnades Seabreeze, until Mr.
line on this page. T. V. Moore, a prominent pineapple many friends are pleased to see him who have boon spending, the sum Coming 1eddings. ind Mrs. James 1'. Vining return from

Little Brown Jug Water Filters $1.25 grower, of Jensen, was In town around again. mer with relatives at Kankakeo, III., is Hotel Groylock, Wllllanintown, Mass.
part of Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. stopping at the Indian River hotel en
Claude Walton, agent. ,
dfl.50! The MRROS| Louise and Ilatllo Jones '
-No finer citrus nursery stock In route |}o Orchid. Hotel Coquina, Ormond, will open onanuary
People writing here for informationill Tom Decker has been spending Florida than that advertised on our 8th sisters of Mrs. Wm. Brown, of this place, 1st, 1IHN( ),. for tho winter sea-
please enclose a stamp to insure a several days in town, having come up page by O. W. Conner, Ocklawaha, Fla. -In consequence of tho non-arrival of ire to bn married this month-Miss son Mrs. Green-since her marriage--
ply. from St. Lucie the end of last_week. Write him for prices. the northbound train for two days, our lattle on the llth and Miss Louise 011or has relinquished management of the

-Mr. Geo. W. Scobie of the Florida strict( correspondence, on 5th page, about tho 'JOth. Both weddings are hotel, which will now be conducted by
M. S. Jones of this ,
Judge -Mrs. Hasklrm wife of Engineer Has-
-Circuit this
will be found rather meagre ,on occasion to10 pllvate, with reCl.'ptiollsafterWal'lllI,
Mr. J. A.
ace, has been holding court at Kissim- Fish and Ice Co., has been spending a kins, formerly of Titusville but now of and will take place.at tho homo of their Doatrom.

ee this week. day or so in Jacksonville this week. DeLand, is visiting Mrs. W. M. Woodward -Capt and Mrs. C. J. Coggln, of Cocoa parents, Captain) and Mrs. II. It. Jones, Work Is now, being done on Hotel

Master Georgo Scobie left here Mon- -Mr. W. II. McFarland, inventor of of this place. who have been spending several at New Hartford, Conn. Those young ('once do, Leon, St. Augustine, where
,
y for Rollins College, Winter Park, the orange protection scheme, of this Mr. J. B. Magrtider, of Sanford, arrived month l in Chicago, and other parts of ladles are well known In Titusvlllo and Uty-two nnddltlonal bath-rooms will be
here he will spend several months. place, paid a visit to Jacksonville on In Titusville, Tuesday, with a carload Illinois, arrived at the Indian River hotel, ilior places alone Indian River, and added. Hotel Cordova will also undergo

-Miss Daisy Ilardee, of Rockledge, Tuesday.No of fine Kentucky horses and mules, yesterday, en route home. their many lends i wish thorn every joy sunny Improvements before it Is opened
which he of before In advance. as a first-class apartment house
finer citrus stock In of disposed
been spending a week or two withrs. nursery many I .
:is -Mrs. Curtiss, who has boon spendng
E. n. Dimick, of West Palm Beach. Florida than that advertised on our 8th leaving town. : a couple of months or so In Asher I Mr Charles A. Miller has arrived at

-Master Marvin Pope, of West Palm I page by O. W. Conner, Ocklawaha, ,Fla. -Cashier Chas. II. Garthslde, of the vllle, N. C., returned home yesterday Yellow Fever Camp To Ho Cloned. St. Augustine from Now York, and will
Write him for
each stopped off here from Friday un- pricesMr. lank of Bay Biscayne, who is at presentIn She said the weather was quite cold in immediately prepare tho Argyle Hotel,

1 Saturday, en route to Stetson Univer- T. R. Puckett, late foreman of New York, is rejoicing over the arrival North Carolina, and she was glad to get On Sunday, Passed Assistant Surgeon on St. Goorgo street\ for opening. The
DeLand. the Star office, has taken chargn of. the of a 121 lb. girl, which his wife has back where, it Is warm. Smith wired tho Marino Hospital :Service hotel will bo run by Messrs. Miller:
ty, presented him with. Congratulations that tho conditions at tho detention Fallon and will bo conducted the
Cocoa and Rockledge News, at Cocoa, the Indian on
-No finer citrus nursery stock in vice F. W. Walton, resigned.Mis. are in order. -Among the the arrivals at camp at Dry Toitugait remain good, and American and European plans.
orida than that advettised on our 8th liver .hotel I, Titusville, yesterday, were hat holms notified tho Key Wont authorIties -
by 0. W. Conner, Ocklawaha, Fla. Fannie Gray, one of Titusville's -The Scrimgeour store, at the corner Jr.. and Mrs. Wm. Laoscu and daughter, that after this week the will Mr. Andrew U. Loo, assistant manager
age camp
rite him for prices.Mr. popular young ladies, left Friday for of Washington avenue and Main street, of Adrain, Mich. They are on their bo closed. Tho camp, which U for the of tho Mlllard Hotel, Omaha, Nob., formerly -
tart Drum, where she will\ teach the has been rented by a Mr. Crayford, of way to a point about two miles south of benefit of refugees from Key West will of Rockledgo, Fla., Is convalescing
[ W. J. Tucker, one of the well- public school during the coming term. Cleveland, 0., who will put in a first- Cocoanut Grove, where Mrs. Laench have been In operation four weeks and from rather serious illness, which
,
Down residents of Fort Pierce, spent a class line of ,groce les. We understand expects to derive much benefit to her necessitated his keeping to his bed for
that with this
duple of days or so in town the first of -Claude Walton raffled his Keating this new grocery store will open next health. She suffers very much from he authorities believe will have tho past two or three weekn. Andrew

Ie week.. bicycle last Saturday night in the Opera week. rheumatism, and will spend tho winteron week adequate opportunity should return to Indian River to keep
been given the Key Wont people to leave.
house, number 27 winning the wheel, it
!
-There are a few changes in the Mal- being the first number drawn out of the -Mr. L. B. Deesz, one of the most Biscayne Bay.OPENING. lioalthy. .

ory Steamship Line time table this box. Trez Feaster, of LaGrange, was popular conductors on the F. E. C. Ry., The DUitoii LR'a. Tho Mount Pleasant House, White'
onto, but the alterations came too later the lucky person. Is now enjoying himself visiting his wife, .OF STETSON Mountains, N. II., under tho management -
this issue. family and friends in Fulton, N. Y. of Mens. Anderson it Price, of
Hancock of I; -Capt. John Houston, of Eau Gallic; Tho train over the Tltusville-Enterprlse UNIVERSITY. The recent completion of the transfer Hotel Ormond, closed I this week after avery
-Mr. L. D. Brantley
School Board Officer S. F. Gibbs of the Dimtton Laud Co. Philadelphia
months branch is being well looked after by Mr. of all of ( successful season. Anderson &
!ter of or soa
the spending mountains a couple of North Carolina Melbourne, and County CommissionerJohn W. R. Copeland during Mr. Deosz's ) holdings in Florida, amounting to Price have large an enthusiastic\ following -
last well N. Waller of Ankona, were among vacation.Mr. On Tuesday last, the above university several million acres, to General Chariot wherever they go. Success to
turned home
on Saturday' the; pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE opened to the young men and women, Miller\ and Colonel F, W Huldocopor of them.
.eased with his Wm. M. Brown of this place
trip. office on Tuesday.The the first exercises of the day beginningat Washington, I). C., moans a great teal
-Capt Benj. Hogg and wife, of Fort Misses Aline and who has been north with his family during 0 o'clock a. m. All of the students to South Florida, and especially to Kinslmmoo Supt. C. B, Knott nays that the Florida

erce, have been spending a week or and-Claude Walton left here Daisy Monday Brady, the past two months"returned homeon gathered in tho largo fine chapel, and an which, being the[ centre of this East Coast Hotel System will open its

wo in Buffalo, N. Y., where they went DeLand., Monday afternoon, looking remarkably opening address was given by Prof. J. F, great Interest, and at the head of navlga- hotels as follows : St. Augustine-Hotel
'ter leaving North Carolina. Master for Stetson University, Mr. well in health, and werghlng more Forbes, president, who made a very able Lien, will bo much bonefltted by tho Im- Ponce de Leon, Jan. 10; Hotel Aloazar,
and Mrs. J. O. Walton who
accompanied than he ever did. lIe divided his time
November 1. Ol'lnontl-llotel Ormond
enj. accompanies his parents, speech. The next address was by Rev. provement and development of the pro-
will visit Atlanta and
them, probably New York Boston Saybrookand
between Mr. Hawk of DeLand of the January 15.: Palm Beach-Hotel RoyalI'olnclana
Have read the ad. of A. L. other cities in Georgia ere returning to Hartford. Ills wife and pastor rtj.Mr.
you New family Methodist Episcopal church. Then n Disston and his sister spent last January 15; Palm Beach Inn,
!atch this ? If Titusville.Mr.\ will\ return home a couple of weeks after
Rockledge, on page was the music being rendered winter pleasantly at Palm Beach, December2.'l.: laml-lIotel.Hoyall'alm,
hymn sung, very
ot, you should do so, for he has the the weddings of her sisters, the Misses 10. Nassau Hotel Colonial
E. R. Provost, Lotus, who has from a beautiful pipe organ, which whore their genial!; characterises made January ,
nest stock of trees, plants and flowersor Louise and Hattie which will take place January 10. Several of out northern
several months in Ashe-
been spending ami sounds grand, all those in attendance for them a host of friends
sale on the East Coast. vllle and Waynesville, N. C., passed about the 11th 20th of this month. joined In the singing. President Forbes reader have written us with regard to

-Miss Laura L. Sharp, of Nashville through here Saturday last en route -Rev. S. D. Paine, pastor of the Con) read the rules which are to be used during Fine Condition of Orange Tree ....1 ('1"" the opening dates of the above hotels.

Tenn., who has been visiting her friend, home. He said it got too cold for him gregational Church at West Palm Beach, this term, after which all were dismissed Apple Plants. Manager Chas A. Merrltt, proprietorof
Mrs. Joseph P. Brown, in town,for several In.the mountains, hence he returned to was a passenger on Friday's southbound: from tho chapel. Hotel Placlde and Hotel Rathbun,

days, left for City Point Saturday Indian River. train, en route home from Philadelphia! )[r. and Mrs. John B. Stetson were Jacksonville, and superintendent of the
afternoon. Miss Sharpe will again teach where he has been spending several and they an ADVOCATE Our Tlbbals correspondent says :
: -Mr. Wm. Hlndle, of Cocoa, was In present gave: rep- Florida East Coast Buffet Car Service,
m City Point, and her numerous friendsgave town a day or two the end of last week, weeks. Mr. Paine attended the encamp- resentative a cordial invitation to take n The continuous minK and warm weather has gone on a business trip to several
her a glad welcome upon her ar- for the purpose of settling up the estateof < ment of the Grand Armyof the Republic drive out to Mr. Stetson's fine orange during tho past' three week has been northern cities. Mr. Merritt informs the
beneficial to pineapple plants and
rival. his deceased mother-in-law, Mrs. F. A. In Philadelphia and visited his two grove. very ADVOCATE: that during his absence he
children Miss Grace and Ralph. Mrs. The total number of those who are at- orange trees In this vicinity,' and they
-The Misses Zandle and Kste Stewart Smith who resided Just west of Titus- will visit Mr Louis G. Rathbun, ownerof
Paine will remain in Philadelphia for a tending this college is tau! who seem have put on an enormous growth, and '
Hindle's friends tho Rathbun house Elmira, N. Y.,
and
Bessie Hall of Titusville and Annie ville. Mr. are always ,
condition of
in short time longer. His son, Ralph, ,Is very much pleased with tho largo num. tho present pineapple plantsare and Merritt's Rathbun hotel (formerly
!Stewart of left here pleased to see him town.
last for, Brantley, Saturday still\ on the staff of the PhiladelphiaPress. ber of teachers and the buildings, whichare favorable for a very early and heavy; tho Carleton), Jacksonville. As previously
St. Joseph's Academy, St. Augustine. -Master LeSeuer and Miss Lewlnna Miss Grace Paine, his daughter, constructed of brick and marble crop next season. Tho fall and winter announced In those columns Mr.
Mrs. A. A. Stewart and daughter Gaulden left here Monday for Stetson has just commenced her senior yoar at Those whom wo met, that are connected crop will be very small this year; tho Increase Uathbun' Jacksonville hotel Is under,

Ancient, Frankio, accompanied them to the University, DeLand. Mrs. Gaulden'andIrs. the Woman's College, In Baltimore. with tho college, are the following: in acreage In this vicinity will be going: considerable alterations from base-
Citye, returning here on Monday Stevens, who have rented a house Prof. J. F. Forbes Messrs much loss than In several years past, al
;
J. O. Walton of Titusville president ment to roof, and by tho time they are
-Capt. ,
In DeLand for several months, accom- W. A. Sharp, art teacher; O. P. Carson, our growers have devoted their time to completed visitor to the metropolis of
-Mrs. J. A. McDonald, of Miami, has panied them. The Judge remains in tured Fla., who small has ,been bird visiting on South here, Main cap secretary; W W. Fry, director of tho renewing old Holds and building slicds Florida will, hardly recognize It as the
rented a furnished house in St. Augustine town to look after his law practice. a grey business college; R. H. Tudor, assistantIn The old fields next year, If no cold wave old Carleton.
street, Saturday, in an odd way. The this winter will bo to tho standardand
for Rosa Instructor up
a month or two. She is accom- book-keeping: C. II. ,
Messrs.. John Houston, Eau Gallle; captain saw the bird alight; on an electric the will then Increase the The Now York Home Journal :
panied her daughter Miss Kitty Mr. In elocution and Mr. Maxwell, who hat /growers says
;
W. II. Sharpe, Sharpest; John N. WallerAnkona wire and then fall to the ground
and Mrs. J. B. Rellley's two children and light ; charge of the young rnens' donnltorj; and acreage to considerable extent. "Fred C. King, one of the most popular
S. V. Gibbs, Melbourne; N. R stunned. The wire was probably poorly .
two ; ; In tho business Is chief clerkat
room
men
Instructress in ,
nurses. The above have been Miss IIelen B. Harriman
party Andrews, Cocoa; John II. Sams, W. S. insulated at the point where the binalighted sail
stopping in Jacksonville for some time German and French. A Homo 'Tho States' this year He Is a bright
past. Sams, Courtenay; T. II. Sanders, Indian and consequently the little I The buildings of this Institution are for Sale at n Bargain, young man, quick to room arriving
ola; J. F. Wooten, Cocoa; and other creature got a slight shock.- The bird I beautifully situated being surrounded guests, even If they have not telegraphed
down-river residents wero in town this alive when it was last heard from.- -
WM and
ahead quick to estimate men quickat
and other ; ,
tropical -
Launch For Sole. week. Asheville, N. C. Citizen, 25th ult. The by young trees. orange groves At Mloco, on Indian river, Fla., con. repartee."

-Mr. L. A. Brady, of the firm of E. L. above beautiful bird died, and was pro The gymnasium Is one of the most stating of 10} acre, a well built, two- The.ADVOCATK may hero remark that

In first-class running condition; a bar- Brady fe Bro., of this place, who has lIented to Miss Laura Williams, a popu complete and best we have over seen in story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store Mr King ha been chief clerk of Mr. 11.

rain Dimensions: 30 feet overall; 32 been spending about six weeks in Boston lar young lady guest of the Ridgewood, Florida, no expense being spared to make building, lHx.T2ft., handsome front lawn, M. Flagler' palatial hotel, tho Royal '
feetkeclJf; \ feet beam; 28 Inches draft, and New York with his wife and family, who Intended having it mounted as an everything as fine an could he wished shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock j j2io Polnclana, Palm Beach, Fla., during the

aft;6-horlle power Daimler motor; speed, i returned hnqno on Monday'afternoon, ornament for her hat. budded orange, tangerine and grape past two seasons, and his numerous
tbout 8 miles an hour; has large carry- much henetitted by his outing Mr. fruit trees; 150 Hour trees, ready to bud ; friends will again have tho pleasure of

IDg capacity for passengers or freight; Brady and the children will return about To Kent Horse and Mulct For Sale.J MX young nursery stock; artesian well' welcoming/ him to Lake Worth the comIng -
Canopies, and seated from stem to stern, the first or second week in November 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distribute! winter During the past summer he
the i latter cushioned. Fittings: 'anchors over place; 1 acre wood shod for pine has been holding the responsible position

and cables all complete and in good: Trucking land on Indian River, oppo- B. Magruder, of Sanford, will bo In apple, ; a few hundred Porto Rico pine' of chief room clerk at the United State
order For full Particulars and price, A New Store. site Jensen; bearing cocoanut on prem Cocoa on Tuesday, Wednesday and apple plants; railroad station on welt lintel Saratoga Springs, where he Is In
apply by letter to !lass; safest spot; best land. Apply to Thursday next with a carload of slue line of this place; tramway running to weekly receipt of the ADVOCATE.Mr .

II. MACIIATTIE, Mr II. Spell has located a new store W. C. Siiedon, Waveland, Fla. Kentucky horses and mules for sale river front on the east. This place to bo
the editor of the
,4! appreciated must be seen. The ( Morris I Phillips,
Hobo Sound, Dade Co., Fla. in the building south of the J., T. very
where he is prepared to sell nursery handsomest place on tho river. The New York JIom Journal, In I a recent
K. W. Ry., utensils, soda water, cider Wanted Sewing, -No liner citrus stock In land Is of the bent hammock. Orange Issue of his journal pays the following

For Sale Cheap. stationery and other,drinks. lIe will repair your Florida than that advertised on our 8th trees nearly all in bearing now. compliment to Mr. Fred Starry, managerof

shoes In the latest style. Give him n Gentlemen'i Clothing neatly repaired page by 0. W. Conner, Ocklawaba, Fla Apply to 1), L. OAUI.DKK: Atty., the hotels at Hot Springs, Va., and
Furniture Mas. R. C. SCKIMOKOUK, Write him for prices. Titutvllle, Fla. the Royal! Poinciana and Inn, at Pains
bedroom of every kind, Oak Suites, call. Tituiville Fla. Beach! "Fred Sterry wlLItoa hler at the

Crockery' and Mattresses of 4 salesman Do You Want to Spend The State, Saratoga: Springs, years ago,
CUptrior' ? quality, chain etc- Low Prices Wanted. TltuavllIe WANTED-A $ and collector Winter In I onyAddress| ( Laundry. In llrevard county. Good }>OIII.! of a Mr. Hiram Tompkins, then of
W R. CAMPBELL, Experienced tp In stock raising tion tp right man. Apply at once. the firm of Tompkins, Gage & Perry.Mr. .
Proper Bellevue Hotel, Melbourne....Fla. wants a partner with capital to'start a }hl. Geo. Cook, of Tltuivllle, I is now Si.votii Mr( Co., If so, J. A. Gilbert, of 424 East 2nd Tompkins commended him to the

cattle ranch in South Florida; best loci prepared to do laundry work of every Jacksonville, Fla. St., Dayton, 0., can supply you with notice of Mr. Straus, president of the

let Stock cation In the state. Address, description. All work guaranteed. furnished cottages, situated at Eau GaHe Lakewood Hotel Company, and since
For Sale. W., care ADVOCATE, Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'aearner l'lantx Fla. The most beautiful location on then he baa been rising In hoteldom.
Fancy plKeons- Titusville Fla. tore, opposite ADVOCATE office. Trees, Flowers.! the whole Indian River and directly opposite lIe now has the Royal Poinciana and

Plrda' rabbits, Belgian, song and hares fancy cage the mouth of the Banana River, Inn, at Palm Beach, and I II also In com

; white, black and yellow rats, guinea fly. The San Mateo Cigar, Empty Sugar and Illce Earrel Now U the season for beautifying you the most famous fishing ground on the mand of the Virginia Hot Springs.
ID K m and fox all ; homes. Send and get a copy of pur new East Coast of Florida. For further par. Sterry worked his way up to the top by'
a nd all ; quirrel, gentle: oculars either to J. A. Gilbert sheer and merrlt there no
wa
issued.
s kbred.. Price nit free. All Pure Florida Tobacco, Tot sale. Address, catalogue Just apply ability ;
dddreu, Mas. E. II. AnMSTEoso, East Coast Grown WALTER MOORE ,, A. L. HATCH, Dayton 0., or to J. 'E. M., Hodgson, ot luck about It. He earned and well do-

Jacksonville, Fla. No better made; try them. 8 George St., Charleston, B. 0. Rockledge, Fla. Eau Gallle Fla. serve his present proudd position"







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A the best for bay on wet
830: pound, upon their carcaascft ) grass

Ao T Chicago will soon be practically" oaronly A flood Crltp Prod In .."Kea* (; Attract nandy:river but land dog, which fennel.Is a The failure Southern forevel''thlng For Fall and Winter Sowing.Finest .

ND.r market, and w&, know*what class 01 Ir* S'aesnRe'. ._
bermuda aid
Cultivator suggests
beeves Chicago demands.! It will take It la one thing to raise good crops stocks ot Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and lettuce, Black,
D and quite'another thing' to dlftpotse! of red top or herds grass, The latter will Golden m
Ael I IT all the Texas mesquite grass and Kansas thorn to' good'advaatage. Our'acientlflc make a good winter and early spring Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida<<
ISAL corn that Florida cattle consume on of and the bermuda will
can friend upend a great deal of time crop bay, Rust Proof Oats.
their Journey, by' relays. to Chicago to In telling how to Improve the soil .or grow on through the summer.
kit1R IN' make them even passable In these pens One bushel,,-of herd's grass seed per Write for price list.

of Western levlathlans; and even then acre, covered very lightly with brushor L. CAMERON, Seedsman
Rl tct they will only sell for 'canners." small toothed harrow any time ot ,

BUT the year. The bermuda roots should 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:
Why not fatten them right here, thus FLA.!
be put In In the spring. It will be well
saving the wear and tear of 4,000 miles' ATTON5CEIEOT to mow the dog fennel before bloomIng .

journey and the heavy freightage ? Save so as to get rid of It. The red GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARS

the rlcb'lertlllzt'o material to be groundand ; top will soon form a good sod even on

applied lo our truck farms; save ;: a mudhole or quagmire. IVI.A.R BaaS.

and tan the hides and manufacture shoes ',I. -' ,
t1)f CRISP ,
IH \ When we consldder the matter on all fRf : Dow to Draw Stone With n Chain.A Wholesale Dealers In
ErKT (91r! correspondent sends the Ohio
sides Incredible that Florida
It seems PROMPTLY
RCTUKNf Farmer'' a sketch showing how he GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
,.
will\ raise the cattle and send up north, ,
drags stone with a chain: Draw the
raise the feed, at least In part, and ship

up north; and then turn right round s 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 0 and Newnan Street,

and send money up there to purchase 1t. JaokSOn.y1.1.1o
1.or1cla
beef, to purchase fertilizers, to purchase ,

f shoes, and lot our hay-grasses rot on the -- l ONE. OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CII1

ground, our corn feed the weevils and

MONEY IN CATTLE RAISING. our cassava go: to waste for lack of a -

market.-Kisslmmee Gazette. 'We are headquarters for all.kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and ('ow Pen
guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We want

i..', A few days ago, according to a Stato your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial.and you will be pleased

exchango, a breeder In South Florida sold Wl e Hent
MARX
BROTHERS Jacksonville
Fit
A duck which faithfully stuck to $N'
about 1,000 head of cattle for *1 0,000. business during the summer. and laid 23T" We only Sell to ;Dealers.

We believe experienced stockmen In that several dozens of large fawn colored

section the State are pretty well agreed eggs complained that she wasn't CELERY CRATR OPEN.
ap-
how to 'letle .
secure new va They
that the capacity of the ranges averages preciated.
might well devote more time to telling DRAGGING HOCKS.
about one head to forty acres. This herd "See that hen over there" said the
John B Stetson
how to pack, advertise and sell first chain back O\'er'the stone well up to UniversityFor
x of cattle therefore the Income duck; "she hasn't laid as
represented many eggs ns class products. Scattered over the the doubletree, then pass the chain
I have nor as big, but she has .
from 40,000 acres, or 23: cents per b/ok country you will find men who have ; once around the stone, over the chainat

acre per year. But this would only be written about her and verses composed studied this matter of handling fine : the doubletree:and hook it behind.It '

one year out of three or four, as it takes In word her about honor while" nobody! saying a products. Many of them have devised will never come off. tFlorlda.

;} the steer that length of time to matureto "The me. original schemes for handling and sellIng -

a profitable slzo for butchering. Fro wise rooster trouble standing with you near.Is"that, said a and have in this way secured a. Brief Mention."Topping" For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins

you first class market. corn-I. e., cutting off the
these ranges under cattle RIO producing don't tell the public what you have Take celery, for example. This Is a stalk just above the ear after the grain October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
a revenue of ICBH than 10 cents per aero done. You lay an egg and waddle off .
crop that depends largely for Its suc- begins to harden-gives a much better

per year, which is getting down.to'a tur- of without mine saying a word but that sister cess upon the way It Is presented to fodder' than Is obtained by harvesting College, Academic, Normal, Art andiMusic Departments. Large, commodious
pentine level. The only, compensating never lays one without letting the customer. If sent to market in the whole stalk, but the labor InvolvedIs
everybody In the neighborhood know Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water,. etc, Insuring
feature In the situation Is that this rev- dirty packages, soiled and poorly trim- considerable, the yield of fodder

enue Is secured practically without labor. It. If you want to cut any Ice In this med, few people will pay even a fair light, and the Injury to the grain yieldis perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22

P Another circumstance that gives some community."-Boyce's you Hustler.must learn to .adverUse. price for It. When packed neatly, _well usually greater than' the value of trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full Information.

comfort Is that the Florida Is doingas trimmed, so that It presents, a, crisp the fodder secured. At the Mississippi -
range
J. F. FORBES
and neat appearance, there is alwaysan station Address. President.
well as most of those in the Far West, During the winter of 1807 Mr. James the removal of the tops durIng -
demand for this, ,
"" eager vegetable.We three seasons caused
Reed one of the leading citizens and an average
and better than some of them. In 1880
merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Va., have known farmers to bunch their I decrease of 20 per cent in the grain
the Government caused a live, stock survey struck his leg against cake of Ice In celery roughly'and send It to market In yield, Oa.AS.:: : :E3Lcr00. ,

td bo made of most of' the territorywest such a manner as,to bruise It severely. old strawberry crates, stained with "Paragrene" Is
a new insecticide DEALERS IN -
of the Mississippi, with a view of It became very much swollen and pained berry juice and,frequently,full,of dust. which has received commendationfrom -

determining Its capacities and its re4 him so badly that he could not walk Of course It never brings fair price': Fine: Wines: : and Liquors,
In
good the south
without the aid of crutches. He was very sources
Celery is a crop good enough to de-
quirements. Extensive
Inquiries were treated by physician, also used several mand a' special package for'shipping. as a substitute for paris green.. ,d 417,'& 419 W. Bay St.,

made among the stockmen, and the results kinds of liniment and two and a half With,the foregoing introduction The To keep,mice out of grain bins, box 'p '

wore tabulated and published In a gallons of whiskey in bathing it, but Rural New Yorker tells of a neat crate es and the like American Agriculturist JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

L,'.. bulky volume. From this we l learn that nothing Chamberlain's gave: any relief Pain until Balm.he began This for handling celery which can be made advises giving the Interior of these,a .. '
'' in the mentioned the in Tex using, wash of Rosendale cement. This will ; Bombarding Dewey
year ranges brought: almost a complete cure in a large enough to hold tworOws ofcel-, ,3e ,P ,. ,.
as wore carrying: one unit of stock (one week's time and he believes that had he ery packed with, the tops together In fill all the cracks and other openings, 'e' '! With good things Uncle Sam li

steer or five sheep) on 21.72 acres; New not used this remedy his log would have the center. The celery Is first washed preventing,the loss of small grain and f preparing, to dd when lie reaches

i I Mexico, one on 53.27 acres; California, had to be amputated. Pain Balm Is and bunched, then packed as shown (in making it Impossible for mice to get '.. 4( this side of the pond. There will

t r one on 33.03: acres; Arizona one on 122.25 unequaled sprains .bruises and rheuma the picture in a lining of clean white Into the granary., : r be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
tism. For sale by all Druggists and paper. An advertisement, printed on Burgundy, or any other that flow
acres. Nevada: was the lowest, carrying medicine dealers.A white paper, Is pasted on the under Slow to Make Savory Ilnih. a's -r :": In his honor that will be purer,

only ono unit of stock on 115 acres. side of the,top,,so that it shows when Cut up two pounds of the best end of ,u r '; higher grade, or of more exquisite

The ,'roll of Florida is 37,0:11,520: acres. smart Unlonville, Ho., cyclone insurance ,the crate is opened In the market or a neck of mutton, trim off the fat, put w 4 boquet than what you will find In

At one head to* forty acres, >this would agent took advantage of a lowerIng store.. When empty, the crate Is closed Into a saucepan and cover with cold ;, p' uua ? our Our stock superior of fine stock wines at all whiskies times

,support 048,288 head, which Is about cloud one evening last week and and shipped back for another load of water. When It bolls, skin it and add '1 IM. j and beers are unexcelled.,

double the number now In the State. wrote $7,000 worth of Insurance before celery. Simple things like,this make four onions, two carrots two' turnips ,... --

d!, But there Is favorable circumstance bed time. the difference between profit and loss. and one stick of celery, all finely cut Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years.old, delivered to any part of the State

not a ovo' made apparent. The One of the great secrets of success and salt and pepper to taste., Boil express prepaid, for $3.20.
ranges with a of southern peaches, gently 1% hours and thicken with
grower as
i of the Far Wost nearly all deteriorate under "I wish to express my thanks to the browned flour and little
The New Yorker tells, Is the care he a catchup.
t+ the pas tin'ago of cattle, and still inoiounder manufacturers of Chamberlain, Colic, has
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for liav- spent upon the package. lie buys '. ESTABLISHED 1880.
tho close grazing sheep, while in InK put on the market such a wonderful nothing but pure white baskets, re- Proclamation of Election,. For

j Florida, especially In the wlregrass reg- medicine," says W W. Massingill, of jecting all soiled or dark colored wood. -: '
Titusville.
of
The Town irImo.
+ ions of tho llatwoods, they Improve under Beaumont, Texas. There are many lie ,has a large red label, with just -.--;- --=:I ":"I,fKft- "'" Bond Lumber=[ Co.

, cattle through the gradual displacement thousands of mothers whose children ,
have been saved from attacks of dysentery "ELEOTIOJTfB"hereby; ordered tn ham e held at
lq; of the whegrass by Louisiana and and cholera Infantum who must also A.N Court House, on Monday the 23rd ol October Manufacturers of and Dealers in
-- ,1890,between the hours of 8 a. m. and I
Bermuda grasses. feel thankful. For sale by all druggistsand 6 p. m", to elect l I Irh* '
These arc distinctly better than the medicine dealers. A 5layor. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
A Marshall and Collector of Taxes, ,
wire whereas In tho west the valuable
t grass, A Clerk and Treasurer, -
grasses are moro or less destroyedby California produces about one-third of and An Assessor three Aldermen.of Taxes, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

stock, and replaced by the worthless the almonds consumed in the United ifElEttY The following. persons are appointed Judges of and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
Election! O. F. 1>ur n, C. R. Stewart, Goo W.
sqlrrel grass, weeds, etc To-day twenty States. i.. Scobie, and ja.Ooldsmith llrUYIeDtayor. Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
bM1 .
years after that survey was made, The tonnage of the merchant marineof \ Titusville,Sept.22, 189.Executor's. DeLand and Titusville.

probably the ranges of Florida would the four ]leading powers is as follows : -

compare favorably with' any wild pas- Great Britain, 8,)GOOOO, ;, United Statos, Notice.

1 "1; turcs west of tho Mississippi. 4,71 OOOOj; Germany, 1,550,000: ; Franco, 1 .- H. A. HODGES....

I But hero is tho point. By tho Introduction 021,000. NOTICE Is that hereby six given; months to all from whom this it may date :MANUFACTURER ,OF

t of Improved biooda, grading up -- the undersigned; will present to lion D.L.

{ tho Interior lonf.thorn.nll these Western Marriage ii said to be an equal partner Florida Oaulden.,his,County final report Judge accounts of lIrevard and vouchers county,, ..:Cypress and Yellow Pine LnJ11 I ibex...

ranges, even tho incredibly barren ones ship. But the kind of a one-sided partnership it! really CELERY CRATE CLOSED. together! with last hU petition will and for testament discharge of as Emil executor 1- tOUGll AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
of the
: of Nevada, have had their capacity practically .... is, can enough of it to attract attention, and A. Reynolds,deceased. IN t CP Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges: or building In

' s ; doubled, If not better than that. ': not be bet.express. after one season customers look for : lat d at Fort Pierce,Florida, this 8th day:of any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices The saw mills are locatedat
i'Ira ? ter this white package and red label as a June,A.t>.1809.. Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K.:W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any;
Meanwhile\ Florida remains the same, ed than in guarantee of uniform quality.A Executor K. S. REYNOLDS Estate of EmilyA. part of the East Coast., Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
unchanged and unimproved. When tho clean enough deceased.C. .
\ 11 \ that old neat package-Just Reynolds, -
South Florida stockmen assort that Cuba ti, 7/vy \ saying, "A difference from the ordinary packageto T. McCarty,
does not want fat beeves, that his ,stock i wife should attract att'ntion-wlll, In the long Attorney for Executor. juirt6-6mo SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD
I double her It will be mistake I>tUatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of CiitherlmWILSON "
is already large enough for that market, run, always pay. a ,

j'' wo aro forced to Inquire of him: If so, husband'sjoys and however, to pick out a package of this Master's Sale.
kind and then fill It with ordinary CYPRESS COMPANY
why did the Cubans, in their better days halve his sorrows,"
w goods. The man who does that will beworse by virtue of a final decree of ; ,
before the insurrection breed cattle That's what is expectedof
than Uforeclosure rendered"lIy the Hon. Minor 8.
off he was before, becauseIt
weighing 1,200 to 1,600 pounds! a wife, and the won .Jonell, .liulpe of the Circuit Court In andfor Manufacturers of -
der of the world is that will attract attention to poor goods! UreVard County; Florida,on the 8th day of
Tor contra; we know that the most Intelligent which'ought to sneak Into the market !'lentembeMSJO.: in a certain cause In chancery '
she comes so closely to Kate
Cubans despise tho cat-hammed expectation. For as a with as little parade as possible.A ffi Vcon "faluint: and<<1 court William l wherein O.Catherine Krink. # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath, *

cattle of :Florida and purchase them only rule from the time of as wlmlnlstra of the estateof 1 ,

because they are cheap and close at handIn drained marriage of onward strength, and her her body mind Is daily daily are Sod Kills Potato Scnb. master in chancery defendants the, sell for cash I to will the,M highest A large stock of Dry,Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings,, sbinglea
Alva Agee makes a very Interesting and best bidder on
their dlro extremity. And they especially burdened She lies the lath and pickets always on hand thus shipments. CypreSl
by cares. on potato note In the Ohio Farmer IIsays FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1899, \ assuring prompt
1i deprecate and and regret to seethe couch, her back aching, from female mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
and
Introduction of Florida cattle 18broedllljtstock trouble, and gets up and puts on a smiling : being tb. Oth day of the saM legal month hours, of sale'legal in When at home write for when and see us,
husband. "Another year's experience confirms!! sales day, between us prices; up our way, come
face her
to meet door in Titusville.
t Into that fertile of the court house
prodigally Marriage can only be an equal partner- my statement made a year ago In front the following: lan l lying ....- :::=
island, whore, In ante war times, both shin when the drains and strains of mar- The Farmer that one can control potato real estate, towithaAll the
CoinmenoDK "
cattle and swine were often so massivein ried life of the woman can be replacedby scab by the use of a rye sod If that In Hrevard on the west County bounds Florida of Ualanoy,to-wit:Avenue at a- FOR $ 3.20. .

their build that water would staud on the perfect health of the delicate Is done In the right way. This Is the tone running!: westerly 114 feet, more ore .
womanly organs. No woman need suf. fifth of two ", toT stone post being the Northwest cor !
of their backs year an experiment on and "U
i top fer with inflammation, ulceration, debilitating acres of land that had become so Infested Harry Ever,running thence DorthtTwe ty feet, to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange we
Do not want fat cattle, forsooth I What drains or female trouble. There'san with scab that a decent of thence }liIt14 feet more thence to twenty send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
questions does a starving rcconcentrado absolute cure for all these in DoctorPierce's crop bound.of Delanoy A ue South
potatoes could not be grown. Five feet to the place'Df begnning,and bounded oa FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
Favorite It makes
1 +, ask about condition? Florida breeders Prescription the South by lands of Kate and HarryEjr, on
life a pleasure, does away with morning successive crops of potatoes have been the East \eJanoy Avenue,and on the North
will\ learn that Cuba does
soon not require sickness, and makes the baby's advent grown in this land, turning a rye sod and 1Yeet b lands of O. K. Wood Lliile Wood Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-old

lean cattle The island will\ presently easy and almost painless, under each Slrlngand the seed useda his RrevaT'\wife and Addia Florida M. Wood, March and 21.J recorded 1891, In inlookH

bo filled up again, and then, even "I hid been a sufferer from uterine trouble for portion of the time baa not been ] COUllty.page 150. .
about three having two mUcarrUge la Calhoun'Pure WhiskeyWe
year OEO. 1\1 ROnmx3
if the native Cubans did not rule out our that time, and the doctor Mid 1 would have to wholly free from scab' and has been Special Master in Chancery, Rye
the go through an operation before I could give untreated with any solution to till the Solicitor for Complainant.
angular beeves, new rare of enter birth to children," write Mr. Blanche K.Kvaua I D,1*GACU>K(,
prising American,' English and German of h..... *, Lucerne Co., Fa., Box 41. germs, but the ('1'01'8 above the ship In rLAIX PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents '(which will avoid all can jD
When about to give up in despair I saw the advertlteinent average In smoothness. Tfee: Geed.last Notice. m nt.) When you get U and teat it. If It U not satisfactory, return it at OUR Exrz1SE:
i farmers pouring In there will. A certain of Dr. Pierce'. medicine and \ e close be cheerfully refunded. ThU WhlnkeyU\ M good lo t h M'eak r
1 would give it a trial a*a lat rnort. I spring, coming from northern Ohio a at hand and can jrlva you QWCKKUTDKLIVEKY than distant boUllee ,-
1 proportion of Florida's luascular cattle bought bottle of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre bad safe given that been doing IlloetJ.ln this and a* to ourVXSimCrrv :
a more scab than seemed but I*hereby on the 21t day city and at the same stand for over 15 YEARS ,
may, perhaps be wanted on the sugar acriptiott,and after taking it felt better than I eo far as examination of tne 'bills now NOTICE. A. D 1900, or a* loon thereafter u I AND luarUTATlON for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here
bad for After taking four and one-hall the editor of this
year will applr to his Honor 1) L.Gauldeu. paper.
k? and tobacco plantations to' feed the I bottles I gave birth to a bright) baby girl who U Indicates the crop will be all right. It can hard,Judas I of UreYlrd County, for
laborers upon; as the Romans fed decrepit I. *vow ltu four..."mouth old and bat not had a day of the rye can be turned during a hot a dual settlement of my tocount and approvalof SOLOMON &: LEVI,
WUtrlbutlon of the asset of the toute of 1028 &: 1930 First Avenue,
slaves; to their fish ponds. But, Favorite Prescription contains no spell In the spring. It makes tbe'soil a B.In C.y Smith, deceased, and for my dischargefrom KZL 1'. O. Box No. 33. 'DIIWINGIIAY. ALA.
depend upon it, the wideawake farmers :. alcohol, whisky; or other intoxicant. little acid, and that Is fatal to the scab .... the adiuinl.tratonhip of laid estate.
.. W. I. AUKS, -
Nothing e just as good. Refuse Two of that treatment .... J" II ...
terms. .
years
.. -w' Administrator.en NO'nVE
TPe
who are going to flock over there will pay llxpreu Charges: to all point. reached by 'BOUTHEKX EXrWSIt w
all substitutes. If for
you; go Dr practk&lly donned the field." .' ,en, Fla,8ept 8th.1888. ANY," but point oa line of other Expreu Compute, w* prepay only to polnu
not fool away their time with ",and. F/erce's/ get Dr. Pierce .. Robbins & drahaw.AttyS for Administrator. Southern Express Company transfers to laid pther Express Company.








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B.OtLLeAY.OBBLVS Adtantatte. II Po n* Extract CHURCH.Btrvlce .
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0101 9. ROIIIII GRAHAM .'''.>>011 Description by Dr. Wood' A .,I/.INI"' Rhode Island lady, ftAf(111 af/trlAl tik tf htr titjr, writtt tt !Sail and 4th Sunday' In each
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& In farm Poultry June 1 Ur. I*. T. Dr. llartma with J'e-ru-fra. month, al II a.. m, and 7 <0 p. m. Sunday school
t. of Mtrpraetital txptrunti every 8nml.T at I':311 a. III. Evening' prayer a'
Woods \describes portable scratchingroom spa I m. on \Vfilnendiirn.. Litany service. every
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ''s blewcd with sotr*' gocA rrlday at 10 a. m.Arehdeacnn.
house. The Illustrations and a
:-From 12 a. m., TROUBLES I tell 1'IANiTY' nmarltans. M rs. Llezle U. F. lluows, Rector.
HOUBS portion of description are here re-
ICE p10mto
t and 2 to 4 :M. Brewer, of 1WJ nigh

I Brevard Co., Florida. prod need: St., Westerly, R. I., is a VRG8IIYTKRIAX CHURCH,

TTC8viLLB, CUICF.D HY While In Rhode Island this spring he noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and moneyto Prrvtrf tvcry' S M%>iUl at I It a. m.and Tan pm.Aunla1 .
011'1,108 i rhool nt t" A, lco. W, Hrohle.Sniit ,
1I" practice In aU the oourttate and fed B B B.-Botanic saw a number of portable houses I- caring for the sick of Westerly. She has been for 1'rnyerlu'sting on n.t Wednesday evening

alp nal l facilities for examining and perfect- Blood Balm. which were In me on poultry plants In ,several years ono of 1'e-rn-na's strongest t7i.no.our The services publid, are cor.llally Invited to attend -

laud title*. that section. From these, with some friends, and under date of March 17, l8PS, she Hev..tolt N A Nt'OIiFS, ra tor.

t for Bad Blood additions and modifications, was developed Q writes tho following letter to Dr Hartman, -- -

Columbus O. the originator of Fe-ru-na:
U. UOUOIITON'S the portable scratching room 1\ ,- IIAlTlSTCIIUnCII.urconil! .

house, for which Mr. John W. Hill of J ( '_ Your welcome advice Is at hand, and my I'reachlaigerery. am! fourth Sundays
TRIAL I BOTTLE gratitude unbounded for tho privilege I morning and evening. Prayer Meeting every
FREE Lynn. Mass.. has kindly made us
DENTAL APARTMENTSon Wmlnemlay evening at TIN: \ o'clork, Sunday
of 1 rcnownephJ'slcian
FLOATING consultlngbo .
drawings and specifications. As will 1\ enjoy School every Snnditv, at II:.3 a, m. Also preach-
the (Dentos) ''' as yourself, always receiving such prompt lug nut Hund.-iT at lAUrange. All are Cordially
be noted In the accompanying cut this \ ,and satisfactory replies to my questions. Invited to attend.
Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? J::. X. HELL, l"ator.
I most Is that this
Now at Palm Beach.L. house Is built on runners and by And what amazes mo

Does your skin feel hot and swollen? hitching a horse to It and putting roll< j 'can lie done year after year, with unfailing
certainty free of charge. 1
METHODIST ClU'ItCH
GAULDEN, Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula era under the runner. It can bt' easily have learned thatyou have become'
moved about the farm. On level land Regular' l'rv"'I'III"l'r)' first, third and fourth
?. Eating sores? Itching, burning, to thousands and thousands oft Sunilujn! At It a. m, nod T.ix: ) i>. in. Sunday
A ATTORNEY -LAW, and with a pair of horses It could easily t- households tho same beneficent' Mehonl every Sunday nt H>;oo II, m Kpwnrtt
eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor be moved from place to place with. guide and adviser that you are lA'alrllll"III'h Hiimlny at 3MO 1 p. m. I'raver nip t-
I In all the Courts of the State t' lug every Tlinrmliiv night! at 1:00: o'I'IO'k. The
L Florida, and the United State Court scalp Itch Catarrh? All run down? out the aid of rollers. ( to my household. t* One great advantage of such a house 4' / "As for your free books, I read at 3'(e1\\) p. in, t\'r)IHllly wcloiune at our church
11.0 Bo:*,235TITCSVILLE, FLA. Malaria? Aching bones? Have you ri \ '-' i them and treasure their ervlee
to Loan. 18 Is that the fowls can have a run on trl: r l4 everyone
Money
e KCV. A. 1). PENXKY
choicest wisdom. I ,
.1. \: X contents as the
hereditary or contracted blood taint? fresh ground every year and the old I Pastor.
I have used I'O-ru-na in my family -- -- -
GOLDSMITH have they resisted medical treatment? runs can bo plowed and planted this Mrs LIZZIE :M. BUKWKB. for over four years. I find It sure CATHOLIC CHfRCH.Rervlre .

M. If you have any of the above ;blood rotation of crops and poultry proving cure for all catarrhal affections so common In this part of tho country. It at 10 A. III. every Sunday, In new
alike beneficial to the farmer, his cures a cold at once; there Is no cough medicine that can at all equal l'e-ru-na; Church building, North lltuavlllo. Children'

A rTOKNEY-AT-LAW, troubles procure a bottlo of B. B. B. crops and poultry.The as for la grippe there Is no other remedy that CI1nt all compare with Tc-ru-na. catechism at 3 |110 m.11ev.L,

(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts] directlyon portable scratching room houseIs I.notice in medical journals and from the testimony of my neighbors that the F, O'lUivtie:, Rector.

Florida. a shed roofed house built on runuers doctors seem quite unsuccessful In treating la grippe, especially in removingthe -
'itusville, the poison and humor in tho 'blood, and made! with or without n floor. A aftereffects la grippe. From personal observation In many cases I know MUNICIPAL.TOWN : .

neutralizes and that Pe-ru-na n sure specific for these cases. I am among tho lck a great ______'<0- __ .. __< _... __
expels it, makes a permanent square house 12 by 12 feet Is the size
Invalids with I'c-ru-na simply becauseI
In and have supplied ,
WEBB deal our city many
J. .
and heals recommended as It makes n convenient I have nevelmown It to fall to COUNCIL.Mayor
cure
1 every sore. B. am enthusiastic In my faith as to Us it-suits.
I roomy house and la n good size to that demoralized state of the human system : Adlienmr llrady; aldermen Jno.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, B. B. goes to the root of the trouble build being economical of lumber. quickly and permanently remove IXIxon, W. It. Knot, Jilt U. Walker, D.laulden .
which follows la grippe. ,.
( : I llrndyi t "" : John Henry
Will practice in the.Courts of the 7th and cures after all other methods fall. The house stands 7 feet 0 Inches high In cases of weaknesses peculiar to my sex I am sure that no other remedy can clerkabd treasurers <". H. Schuyler; nmrnha
of I'e-m-na. It meets all tho bad symptomsto I and. collector: M. S. Jones, jr The councl
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents Even such terrible blood from the top of the runners In front approach in good results the action
diseases
as meets nrat'fuesday In each month.
land rents and accounts collected. which females are subject. The irregularities and nervousness, the debilityand

cancer, eating sores and chronic 'rheumatism misery which fillet more or loss the women from girlhood change of

Titusville, Florida.I life, are one and all met and overcome by your excellent Fe-ru-na. I wish INDIAN: RIVER WARDS.
are cured by using B. B. B. could read book Health and Ileauty.'
lady in our city your Any
every young Drill at the' Armory, over county inll, every
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup one wishing to inquire of me further can do so by enlcoslng a stamp for reply. ruollday evening In the month, at o'clock.

I 0. FRIES, C. E. : B a It. t:. MlMH.Ja., Captuln.HOARD .
J tho broken down constitution, stim- ._-

COUNTY SURVEYOR. ulates the appetite, increases the vital. i and fllRt'stlve dfsord'tTH followed Ponl CORN FODDER OK TRADE

I try do not mind the cold not even the.
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided.( ity of the blood. and gives a clear, II I very very cold weather. If their ijuiir\ The Corn Shredder n. mi ItPin on be' Meets every aeeond Wedncmlny' night In each
I'roiirniuuie nt 1'rottrca.. month at 8.no: o'clock In rooinn IIv.rO"tClnll'e..
J Yapping neatly done. Estimates for smooth free..from blotches, bumpsor front JSlevctOon tore aiv dry and they are properly IVil habits hard to \II'l'Ilk111.. Judge M. H. JoneN. lr.lIhll'ntl| J, 1\[. Dixon,
Old are very treasurers; J, (I, li'uit, nccretary.
(all kinds of engineering works. Dis- pimples. Give B. B. B.a{ trial. For I Cold weather requires more food hill The farmer whoso father always pull
no more than the money expended for
puted lines a specialty. sale by drug stores everywhereJl[ per fuel!' would pay for ('fodder, and who IIIIH himself pulled C'OUNTV OKMCK11S.

iTrrcsviLLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. large bottle, G large bottles'full;|( .treatment is fodder for many years, will find some
( OLD I Is of value when health
} no
t trouble to make up his inliul,not to doDO SCHOOL HOARD.
) $:r. Trial bottle Bent) free to In danger What's of more value ?
1I ; thin year But If he Is farming for J. M. DUon, Tltimvllto! R. N. Andrews
sufferers. Write for a bottle) and describe I l Pi'att's up-to-date tablet will\ break upa Cooon j 8. "'. lllilm, Melbourne.
GEORGE W. ALLEN, cold In ono day, and for constipation profit It he wishes to J got the largest

your troubles, rand we will givofree I ;- -- -- .-.---. and biliousness and all malarial troubles, return for his year's work and money,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, medical advice (Address, Blood I 6 I It has no equal. Ity mail prepaid for 2.:.c. he will, at least try the experiment"! COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.!
I I Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, .T. R. Walker' Tituavlllfl, chairman Joseph

|Key West, Florida. Balm Co., UJ( Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. ._......__- ---J'-: -_-; 111. Send for sample.when shredding one crop or a part of oue Jno.MendelI.nUrange'Houston, Kim: (I lalllni.T.N.J. It. Walker Wafer lltnuvllfet,I Ankona.

Will practice In the United States Medicine sent all charges prepaid.AOENTB'WANTED.Fur I crop. Regular somluim are held first Monday\ In each

I and State Courts. 9jun05 I ,. 1Floor.A' I Tobacco .. 1tlpe. "How ,shall! we go about It?" Well, month ,

:. :.__":.-.- ==-:'_ The time when n plant Is rlpo and first of nil, when you get ready to pull
"The Life ahd fodder, just don't. Leave It there COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world'sgreatest J'a. ready to be cut Is a matter of Judgment jour
E. SMITH, RALPH hero fly Murat Hals toad, the lifelong 0. and! experience, says an authority days flauldon,
TltiiHVlllit comity judge; Mloldnmlth -
friend and admirer of the nation's idol.
Biggest and best book: over 600 pages, 8x10 < on tobacco culture. There Is a the ground. Put It In good stacks ( TltiiHvlllu, )>roH !cutlng attorney;

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Indies: nearly 10J pages half-tone illustrations. slight change In the color of the leaf, of' about r.0 to 1H( stalks and leave It A J4'., A.8tewnrtTllunrillo Woolen C'oooa, clerk circuit, I'ourtj; J..
Only $i CO. Knormoim demand. lilg coin mi9Hions. tax aitHttiwor; K: W. lull.TltiiHVlllo
Specialist in Genito, Urinary and Rectal Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write I n. perceptible In looking over a field of there to cure. :This will require from tax eullcetnrJohn! henry,Tltn"vllle,
quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor tobacco, which shows the experienced J. II. flllmlt, Coiirtnnay, nup rlntexl.
Diseases. Caxton lililjt., Chicago I four to six weeks. Then, If you have Jilt public tiiHtrnctloii ; J. 0. Fries Tltimvllle,
grower that It is ready to bo cut. your own shredder, haul It up andshred county surveyor; J. 1*. llrown, TltlllV lie, sheriff,

1-27 Forsyth Street. I When the leaf Is observed to change It.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. A Hat of the Season. I color from a rank green to a lighter The shredder will take out the ears
I
In 180S Russia had mercantile
Fashion the to adopt a ma-
seems on way .
shade of and
green yellow spots( appear -
and leave the shucks and cut the stalk,
strings much more generally than was It Is a certain Indication that the lino of 2,808 voHHeU, of which 0')4) wore
m3--"Fl fodder nUll shucks Into a line mans.
r\R. C. II. PEETE, deemed possible at the beginning of the constituents of the leaf have performed shredder! and wore propelled by sloam.
least If you do not own a you
During the spring, at ,
Reason. their duty and are going buck to and ,
four or live neighbors CItUcomblnu
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. wide strings of mechlin tulle, tied in a the stalk to be carried to the upper How's This !

big bow under the chin, will be extremely A y-w f -J'_-............... leaves or to be used for other purposes get oue.
who thratihed
fashionable. Whether they | '- Or the person your We offer one hundred dollars reward
5G8 Cherry Street, for the ItTRIMMED In the economy of the plant. small grain will find It to hs! Interestto for any CUHO of catarrh that cannot be
will be maintained summer
Another test of tills Is to fold the
Macon, Ga. get a shredder and go round his circuit cured by Unll's Caturih Cuio.
A$ % E' va& ".. ),'nt between the fingers, and It the again. It all depends on the farmers F. J, CIIKNKY & Co., Props.,
I leaf snaps( or retains a crease where it ; Toledo O.
The making their minds to gut ,
and 4 feet at the back. runners up
McL. DANCY, D. D. L. was folded It Is said to be ripe for the change by not pulling the We, the undersigned, have known F.
sV VM I.l should be made of 3 by 8 spruce, 18 ready J. Cheney for for tho last IS years, and

feet long and should be notched an Brief Mention. fodder and by cutting and saving their believe him perfectly honorable In all

Graduate of Philadelphia College of < fi Inch deep and 2 Inches wide to receive In the orange ,growing districts of cornstalks.Ity business transactions, and financially

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations the sills which should be 2 by 4. When the south Irrigation affords tho most effective doing so you nearly double the able to carryout any obligations made
will be five of value of corn crop. Analysis by their fit'in.WKST .
promised. Ilazcltine Block, corner Bay a floor Is used, there protection against frost, ,whileIn your
and Laura St. these beams placed 8 feet apart and shows that the talk and cob are as & THUAX, Wholesale Druggists: ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ( sections where this process cannotbe
rich in food as the fodder and shucks Toledo O.
set on the 2 Inch edge, the runner being
employed damp smudge tires properly W AI.1JINO KI.V.VAN MAUVIK Wholesale
notched to receive each beam. The This we have been lowing because we -
handled are best adapted to Toledo O.Hall's .
general DriiKjl8t
,
did not kuow the value and how to get
ends of the beams are cut an Inch deep
ROBERT McCAKREL, use, Bays the department of ag Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
and 3 Inches long to set (In runner. riculture. It. ally, acting diioctly upon' tho blood and

CONTRACTOR The top of the beam will) be 2 Inches The trouble in south with Now we know this. lot us keep up mucous surfaces of the system. Price
great the
AND BUILDER .
above top of runner when In position, onions Is that they mature so early it with the march of progress, Is the conclusion 7So. por bottlo. Sold by all druggists/
of this advice given by The testimonials ( .
Churches leaving 0 Inches between the bottom roc.HaU'
specialty. Steam stone works Is difficult to
them
keep through sum
of beam and the bottom of runner. i Southern!: Cultivator. Family I'll Is are tho best.
mer and autumn for winter use, when ,
CONCORD AND PRITCIIARD STS., fl The house will be better and strongerIf -
the demand Is greatest. After they are
built with floor and It Is worth the '
a ,
CHARLESTON, So. CA. stored they should be examined frequently :
additional cost. If no door Is to be 1
and rotten ones removed.According .
used the three Inner floor beams are II
to the Alabama station,
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, omitted. To stiffen the'bulldlng,: where y I I
Improving Moll by moans of potftsh fer iJ
there Is no floor corner brackets are I
I tlllzcrs tends to reduce cotton rust. 4
ATTOILNEY-AT-LAW, i u fd. made of 2 by 3''stuff and toe hilt ,
A Texas fanner reports that Hernuida ? 1
nailed to sill and runner.
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building will
postures curry one cow per
Thewindows m) are made to slide

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. from till center toward the runners (g), acre trout May to September., 1

thus throwing open almost the entire
1i
front, or tlu >liouse and practically converting UIHll)arck'lf Iron Nerve J (-q' i

It Into an open shed. The win Was tho result of his splendid health. ..r4 1 4{ 1 1J !

ry AID "' \k dows are: lilted with wire screens. A Indomitable will and tiemondous energyare i .

buying seed vi bslf window (b). as shown In the side not found where /stomach Liver! -
.'? "ecomimy I* t-xirav elevation will be found useful Kidneys and Bowels are out of onlor. all I I'ia t 1 r
to secure -
+' T'naiiiirr," li c>ia>etba cortNd "
of *ulii ration wanted ou interior If you want these qualities and the success -
i thorough airing of the bouse
1.1 e 'dl
always Jsrpiljr exceeds the they bring, use Dr. King's Now Life
orirln*! oust of the brut eeede to which should lie aired dally, This win. warhw
f tI l had. Thdbmit la always thecbiipvut Pills. They develop every power of
Icy a trifle uiora fur WITH KOSE8. dow Is also provided with avlre brain and body, Only 25 cents at F. 1 S.: __ -.-_..,.,_. .;:J".l ; ..
I is hardly safe to conjecture, the matter screen. It should bt at least 3 feet 3 Chaff eo'. drug store' "-- fW
a rERRYS: 'depending chiefly on the caprice of the Inches from the back of the bouse In I :i'" ;1 JN'f ;'"

: 5EED.c: ladies who lead the mode in secondary order to allow plenty of room for tin Nut .be Correct Thlnir.FnrnuTs -'.
,1 of this sort.
sad alwan get mone,'. questions sliding droppings( ( tionnl. have much to learn about
wort,ivnrTwber II. 11 fv9 con tone. paper M The illustration shews a fawn chip As shown in the U6or plan. a portion economy, according to Ti-xas Farm The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate
AlwRY" the
beat. n A 1>>,1'. II-..11"0.., Vt'l'vet'round the crown and strings to aria and Hunch, which101t'1i/ the ,fact that seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,
The partitions of
__ 1).11. Mick. roosting room.
.t" who 1 less
or
more
) match, while at the left side is ,a large matched spruce: shcnthed with "quilt." every runny" year,JtI'O'OII'UII every year( buy the wd at a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

bunch of white and pink roses. A few with a 4 Inch lead air space at the from 12 to $3 n lIul
of these pretty blossoms peep out from bark and 2 Inch at the sides The front he has a regular Hit of customers his should be used in .
under the uplifted brim, which is faced says never without them. He is willing that name
can Gave a burlap curtain on frame or who buy for planting every
\ A4. BO YEARS' with white chiffon and edged with the rooKtlng room can be shut off simply spring; just pens nt the time when every a testimonial, as it might be of use In persuading some other personto

j&m .- EXPERIENCE black velvet.. by hanging curtains of old carpet other farnii-rwants peas, and as a result try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, I t teighty.four

or burlap. These curtains are only are put up nt enormous prices. and
So pens of has had liver trouble for many years
1897 Rev used lu cold weather at nlgbt. and years age, ..
On the tenth of December, This Is only one of the many ways In
R. A. Don hoe, pastor M(, :t:. Church, when not In use should be booked up which farmers don't do the correct finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two ,

..', A South, Pt.cold Pleasant which was W Va.attended, contracted from a out of the ,way. tulu I :;. nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer '
severe -- --
: ; the beginning by violent coughing He e andwa.etey *bltlrum from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv-
'de of Prevention
The .
y t { T1pcsMnsas : "After resorting to number of PIIJ I\R .) al .linni with. Tabules and find them useful that they
says take the so
r Ii"t kept In the Two causes of disease of poultry are out i utin Ii..r | *f ousness. They
usually n
so-called 'specifics, llcuLir
b 1 f !nl > Ri-S
t n.aendblqfl COPYRIGHTS &c. house, to no purpose I purchased a bottleof dampness and drafts. Treat all dl.. I'f DR bM WUUI. LJ. | i CO.p always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states !
which In the ab.tract-by avoiding as .. a loH North I'rvnr ilLki
eases C
't")0' uprohebnr ppatentnbletleConmutdra.! Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, that she is Corty.fiveyears of age and at times suffers with indigestion
1 most cheerfully far Is artificial conditions. -
nyrooedonttel.llauAMnaonPnteldwI acted like a charm. as possible
a,, :. t.aon I ,,,!it areneyforaeeuringpatede..bl'QUlI'h Munn A Co. reweave recommend it to the public." For sale. I Reauiur, we are told spent much money Marriage Paper.SERi': C causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the
'
tl.e altnout cbllrve, lu the all Druggists and medicine dealers. In the poultry TboauiuU of advertisers to wlea have her .
by warming quarters from. Wealthy "alluol. loiruda Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to
S\JtUUflt. and got not a single additional egg to lion Formal $ad l'.r."nal. lUG wore
Rmerlcdl1e
ad. free to 1&4..... dsupie copy to name used in a testimonial. *" f
for It. And there loss. The
CIIILDwithiave was
su. ,' ',s,'' any echmuae "urn.1. Term* 13 alf many : ....... II,. '--
M U ri r 3/L d bysll neeedealer' icy at l leMi two-thirdeofalisyaptomeremov opt'I_. In tea outer air. were chilled and roap Great t Big MkiLnd BAMPLEooplesoflotal 1u ereD'NwMPl&pe" 'k...ursaeIewwtMreMrrwae. r.&A.ws.TO Broa York
btu {, V <-<\ TMtiraonUI and TEH DAYS Irtla'IUIID'f r*.. followed. Those, kepi |IQ lost vitality, MMiuloc Mot upon r_ los tor pu.use.Toledo I
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INDIAN RIVER ADVIH Al'L, OCTOBER 6 Ib\19\

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-f IHDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4- THE TRANSVAAL- TROUBLE. Indian River Real Estate AgenqT1TUSVILLE


For some years past President ,'
TO THE DCTVLOPMBNT : : -
JL WIIKLY: JOURSAL DITOTBD
of the Tranvaal, has had TLA.
Or TUB: INDIA* RIVER: LAK Kruger ,
WORTH AHDBMOAVKK: BAT JBCTIOK: *. things pretty well his own way and
he has amassed for
wonder a
PUBLISHED EVERY FR1OAT no YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in ivi!,
tune of over $25,000,000. At pre* paper, free of cost to you, Rnd. ut In the hands of live men, to write at once u
J ent, however, things look as if this Agency for Blank: Contracts, and put your property before the public,
CHARLES II. \V ALTO!!, KJItor & Proprietor. there was going to be a turning Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 23T" Many sales will probably bo made this winter by this Agency. \viy not

point point, for Dame Humor says IKW" ".."'" _It eo. ,,'"." tItI. yours. .
Discontinuance of ailrtx. must he made per Great Britain is going to fight the PINEAPPLE LANDS, noar railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 110.00,
onilly at till office or by writing OIIANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.1)0) per acre.
two countries at once--the Trans Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of V,
Checkoto., may !he made payable to CITARLB vaal and Orange Free State. It is I THE campaign of disease prevention SEEDLESS FRUIT. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000. '

B. WALTOX,pnliHBlmr and proprietor. stated that if war breaks out President inaugurated in England, has OIt.t\NGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville.\ Will pay $1.000hit)

Kruger will have more than taken another stride, in the announcement For the past twelve year* Messm. P. D.Jandon year and 2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
of Orlando, Titusvllle\ from>;.j to $2.) acre.
Address all communications to and in the I urn! Robert A. Mills, HAMMOCK LANDS, near per
ADVOCATE, fifty sons grandsons telegraphed from have been working out the horticultural Ono hundred and sixty acres, lake front 2J miles west of Titusville good tn
INDIAN RIVER : army to Mp him in the coming Sierra Leone by Major Donald problem of producing seedleH fruit. ID pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.:; )
TITUAVILLK I:, FLORIDA. lost cause. Under the Gladstone HOBS, of the Liverpool School of this they have evidently succeeded. Last

t administration about 2,000 troops I Tropical Medicine, that the malariabearing upring several peach trees which had net =

U. S. Department of Agriculture were Rent to Africa to whip 30,000 mosquito! [anopheles] fruit the forming, biit still fruit had barely a few blossoms viable, were with J" ::EJ :8. :SOU-eS.: ,

"Weather Hiircnu-Jupiter, Fin. Boers We know the result. Under i has been discovered there, and its operated on by their process. The formed
the Salisbury administration no breeding places located. A Lon fruit on these trees yielded pits of the
such mistake will be made, for the don medical expert tells us that regulation: size, while the peaches pro Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal an
Tho following is comparative state of Australia, Canada, of the duced from the late blooms mentioned ,
government this is one most important
and rainfall for the had small pits some of them '
extremely ;
of temperature
"" ment week ending Tuesday, :Sept.::! 10, ISO! New Zealand, .India and other elements in the success of'. the expedition completely abortive, and the flesh much Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arming Fresh
--1809MAX. -- --1808MAX. -- British possessions are anxious to as, although the species more delicious than those with large pits.
, DATE. MIf. Miff. send troops to the front to help the was known to bc'tbe guilty one in Hari the test been made late last fall or
: 13 00. 70 82! 74 mother country If she needs their India and Italy, one was by no early this spring': the result would no all the time
< 14 80 Tl 87 78 doubt have been entirely satisfactory: ,
15 fit 72 82 7.1 assistance. The British empire means'certain that it even existedin with no greater; show of seed than in'the Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills\ all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
10 8'J: 7.1: 85: 75 has a population of 400,000,000 Africa. The discovery of the pineapple or banana. Specimens of the beast. Agent,: for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry- Write for quotations.
17 84 7U 811 70 people ; of this number 40.-105.000 anopheles with spores of the malarial pits hi ...e been shown to a number ofpersons. Lowest cash prices.
01 72 87 70 in Asia A great many fruit trees of
18 are in Kurope; '308,300,000 in its stomach JACKSONVILLE
19{) 00 7t 8J\( 70 organism different varieties have been subjected Office: 124 \V. Bay street. FLA.
rainfall for tho wrckr 0.31.: 45,000,000 in Africa, including leaves the expedition to concentrate to the process in that vicinity. It is simply -
Total
from normal rainfall for the Egypt ; 7,100,000 in American colonies its energies upon the problem horticultural emasculation, and is as

Departure week: plus 3.00\ Inches. Departure and ,5,500,000 in Oceanica.So of its destruction by draining, or i easily "worked" as grafting.-. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
from normal rainfall since January 1, it will be seen that quite a few by poisoning with kerosene its! ,

minus 0.82Incll(1l1. fighters can be drawn from the breeding pools. This seems almost MISS ANTHONY UPON OUR
C. J. DOHKIITY, Observer.
above population.A certain to be merely a question of VOTING CONSTITUENCY.
the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEI.
majority"
-- -- -- large
---
the
We
--------- very time and ingenuity. hope ,

Do NOT forget to glance over our Uitlanders or aliens in the gold Liverpool School of Tropicall\Ied. DUNKIRK, N Y., Oct. 2,1S09.!) .

:(, advertising columns. The merchants fields of the Trnn@vuul 'repub1Jc are icine will do their utmost to exterminate Editor Indian River Advocate : Agent r for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

't. arc nil up-to-dnte men, and hostile to the Boera and eager to the pesky mosquito. ,
Miss Susan B. Anthony recently
attention. see the government overthrown or Write for Samples and Prices.
of Jf
the Ailing
they are worthy your gave a very able address before
brought under the complete control DUlliNG the coming winter the class of young men, in Central Presbyterian

THE weather of late, on Indian of Great Britain. That is because Hon. Thomas B. Reed, ex-Speaker Church, Rochester, N. Y., when Old 'Phone 8. }iV\ 13 Ilogan Street,

been delightful although they are people of British of the House of Representatives, she spoke in part as follows: JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.McMurray .
River, hns and of British and "The old maxim that the fountain can
blood most
we still keep to our summer clothes. whom we had the pleasure of meeting rise no higher than its head, is no truer
Strong, cool breezes from ocean American birth, and have little in at Palm Beach last season, will In the law of physics, than is the law of
it and common with tho Dutch farmers be a frequent contributor to the political ethics that the government can
make pleasant
nnd river and stock raisers of the South Saturday Evening Post of Philadelphia. be no higher or purer than the majority & Baker

comfortable.IlKAniin African .republic. They fee} that will of its constituents. Hence, If our city, ,
Mr. Reed's papers state or national government is not what
their position would be better and in the main deal with national the is not in securing
remedy
wish
throw the ADVOCATE we 41O 412 414 41G 418 Main St Jacksonville Fla.
do not comfortable ,
more .under a new order affairs, and will form a most important new officials, but new and largo numbers
awn)' after perusal, but show of things. and interesting contribution of real constituents other words,
And ask them to the higher; -: ondc.t.: "U.nr'tcrs For :-
it friends make source
to your Great Britain, no doubt, has a to the history of Americanpolitics.
"Is it: not fair to assume that men
subscribe for it ; or you might put hard job on her hands, for it is said Mr. Reed's first rticle, alone have done their very best to purify ]
a wrapper around it, and forward that the Germans in the Transvaal unlike those to follow, crosses the and elevate the voting constituency? At v{agon.Material Vehicles
the ADVOCATE to your northern or have organized ,a strong battalion Atlantic for its subject and tells any rate, I shall not charge them with )
southern friends. not having..triedto do so. Yet to-day
of volunteers to serve with the
how the procedure of French law after a century and a quarter, the exi's- nn.d: S-u.33.c3.rios.:
Boers. They are trained soldiers, and those involved ,
courts, especially tenco of new political parties constantly
THE' winter season is approach for the most part, and have been in the Dreyfus case, impresses appearing to put down bribery, corruption KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES.put on you wheels

ing, so it is high time you were advertising through'tho' rigid discipline of the an American lawyer. This paper, and all sorts of dishonesty in our at short notice.

your, stock of goods. No German array. The Dutch from entitled, Paris and French Justice, their government efforts. is proof of- the futility of

doubt you arc well aware that "ad the Netherlands and the Belgians will appear in' the Saturday Even "For example, to carry a certain point,

vertising Is 'to business what steam have raised another body of volunteers ing Post of October 7tb. the putting down of the Rebellion\ slav HAMMOND PACKING CO.

is to machinery-the grand pro to serve with the native forces ery was abolished. To perpetuate the -
All life of the Republican pat.tyand ensure (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
of the little Boer republic.
... pelling power. THE THIRD ANNUAL CARNIVAL at the election of General Grant, the blackman
these volunteers the Boers will be Macon, Ga., will be held on Oct. 10, was enfranchised. So, to secure tho OUR SPECIALTIES :

HAVING returned from a pleasure able to arm and equip in the best 11, 12;and 13. It is said that it moral betterment of the government, "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

trip of four weeks in the mountains manner ', besides, the Boers nro endeavoring will surpass last year's carnival and there must now be added a voting con "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" '
stituency to bring the political scale. .
of North Carolina, ye editor of the to enlist the sympathies will be a week of revelry that will "All men; native up and foreign born I
hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
AlVOCATE-who left Messrs. A. K, of the natives. But with all the put in the shade the carnivals of white and black, rich and poor, educated .

"Wilson and Claude C. Walton in power they can bring to bear, the Europe by Its brilliancy and orig and l ignorant, virtuous and vicious, out .. leaf lard.

charge-is again at his post, ready tremendous preponderance of num. inality. There will be more fine side tho state prisons, idiot and lunatic Homemade pure lard.
This
to attend to the wants, .et c., of his bers on the side of the British Empire features, more floats and more ; balance asyhtms,of are power already must voter come fiom now the:. "Peerless" compound lard sausages

numerous }patrons North and South. remains. There are 12,000,000 spectacular grandeur than was ever other half of the people. Where is'tho : and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
white men of military age behind seen in the United States, and there .. hope that women's voto will\ bring it?
Chamberlain-nnd only 30,000 back "A very small portion of the occupants
THE health of Dreyfus Is reported will be n continuous routul of '
of our police stations, poor houses jails
It is '
Paul monstrous
to bo ill)proyl ng. The opportunity of Kruger. a amusements for four days.Mr.! and prisons are'women. The vast ma WILLIAM Plumber
to again associate with his difference, and President Kruger Harry Kendall, by a vote of 3,274, jOI.ityf the members of churches, reform CLARKE. Sanitary ,

family, after five years of mental would do well to give this his earnest was alected King of the Lilliputian and literary societies and associations ....

and phJ'sicnllUlrldn is having a attention ere he enters administration into the Court, and Miss Miriam Noone, are three-fourths women. According of the members to statistics Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet
strife. The Gladstone ,
his the by a vote of 5,353. An
benelk'Ial eiFect upon spirits, queen, churches aro women and five-sixths of
C and will go n long ways towards is not in it on this occasion. ADVOCATE representative will probably our teachers are women. Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water closets"

removing the ills with. which he has accept an ,invitation to be "On the contrary the men who are ,

been tormented. DEWEV'S grand festivities In New present at this grand affair. run now tho voters government elect ollicials in tho to interests office who of and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

York city are now over, and thousands the material portion of the community, .
LATEST: reports to hand state that of people have returned home AT first sight ft looked i)s if the tho men cugacred! In the various mercantile 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

of delighted with what they saw. Now nomination of John" 11. :McLean for and business puisuits, including JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
there is not n single case yellow the ,
who engaged in liquol'tmffio
tho"e aro
fever on the mainland of Florida. some of the people want him nominated governor of Ohio by the Democrats .

It is strictly confined to Key West, ; for'president of the United was a line piece of political luck "Thus legislators and statesmen are FOR
and even in that city it is of a very States. Dcwey having been informed for the Prcrfideivt and his friend, powerless to bi ing about reforms and enforce STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

mild few deaths in that his name had been Murk Ilunna ; but the expected laws, bcc)uso they nro not responsible

proportion type, causing to the number who have connected ,with tho presidency, remarked personal opposition among the who would to tho vote women for their in the enforcement community if Benedict Pollak & ,Co. Wholesale House

been stricken with this dread disease. that it was very llutt ring, Democrats to Mr. McLean is not they had the paver to vote. ,
but those proposing tn thrust that, yet playing an important part in "If you put the ballot Into the hands
great honor upon him, did not know the campaign, while on the administration of the half that has in it three to ono of- Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Screen
.
at change the Cloth. Dncks and Uuorgla Checks and Cottonadon.! Coats; Cotton in all num-
tho best )people, you once ,
Admiral the
The
him. New
side there is the
appreciates
IT is very gratifying to us to note I as balance: of law abiding voters, or at least; bCI's, -!Jcts. pOI' doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to
how clean the of Titusvlllenro gratitude of his countrymen so York Tribune makes clear, n good biing balance: of tho bC<\lpli. The three correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. Wo only sull to dealt1"
streets I forcibly expressed In Now York, deal of disallVction.McFAiuAND's good women put into the scales with one corporation and hotels. Anything usually kept) by storekeepers in our line In
\being kept.: Many of our towns but he has no desire to become the good mall would certaluly bo a help( for have in .stock. Liberal terms und'libcral treatment.
people have made clean sweep of education to bring over to tile good side
target of, political venom during a tent'protecting BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
officials who
clct fearless
the weeks on the sidewalks in front enough to
of their property and wo hope to presidential campaign. In declining scheme bids I fair to be n grand success would enforce the law." 32, 81, 3G West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
to consider the tempting oilVrho Everything is now being got Yours, E. M. II.USK -
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see all tho others follow in their
shows himself to bo the intelligent tNin readiness in this town to
footsteps. Cleanliness is next to CAT50TS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE JOHN WALKER
and resourceful man who is make the tents for 'protecting the ,
Godliness ; so let tho good workgoon. I Stains-the best known wood preser
the idol of tho whole American and other citrus The
now orange trees. vat1'fuos\ C. WATTS & Co., Furniture
nation engine and machinery'ls all in pos Jacksonville, Fla.rDo Ice Cream Parlor.

ition, ready to start up. Success :
AQ UlNAI.1IO'S c 1gress the (liter drinking water ? Millinery Soda Water
says THE Gozette-Newp, of Daytonn, to. it. you your ,

Filipinos were afraid they could not says ; 4>Tho Orange Free State has .- --- -- -_. ---- -----
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trust the Americans. Just so. That decided to stand by Oora Kruger Dry Goods, ; (Fount and "Ie8-<

Is why they began n war that is i and his fighting Boers. It is a or'iJrircl.ons: : : ZFitcIfcL, ; Cigars & Tobacco

ascertain to result in tho complete pluck and brotherly thing to do, Notions e t C. ,- .

'subjugation of the natives, us will but where will it bo when the fuss JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, :: Confectionery, etc.

the coming war of Great BritaIn bo Is over? Tho experiences of LaIng's Grocers and Commission Merchants.DRAK "Star BuiMlng." ,". stand."
( a the old )
the Boers and those of the
over
Neck and the lIuJubl11111 in SIR We few price* below! ami whcli In neeU of the following articles I Iseiul
:- quota you a Give mo a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orden receive pronirnnd |
Orange Free State. Aguinaldo'scongress \ of Mall Or"",...
1881 can not bo (repented with the us your ord-rs. Wo make a specialty
had better be prepared for result of England's retiring again. PRICE LIST: careful attention. Tours for business, JNO. R. WALKEK.

the worst U\8tl'IcIlJr.l'orh1>l............ .... ........ 1 >&.2\: (1"1.1'otr..o, lcrlb. ................. .. .8, .10 ==
Whatever may bo the justice of the .. .. IIIIIChbl................... ..... 2.80 ArbueklcIICc.1rt'III'erlb.................. f .1 J4
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cause on cither side there can bo 1I lh. Suck................. ... 2.m: 1\.u.l>erlh. ESTABLISHED 1832.F" .
.. .......... ........... 1.: If.Il''l11p.lIIl1d.I'erlb.......... ......... ,It{!
Oldest
.QUITE a number of new subscribers but one result and that one will be 1IIoal. l'If<'r .. .................... l.tO I.url101'uroo1ltrlb ... .. ............'.... .UK : Fruit and Produce Commission House\ Chicago.
.. \\1l1'ut.. .. .........,...... ,1.211,1 >&'1 1'UIURtO<'II.3-1h.CUOII.erdnl ........... .00
have been added to our list during bad for the Boers. {'orll" ..........-..,....... l.nO 1'III 1'l'R'bt> .3-1 h.cau.. J'"r"01........... 1.00
the past three months, and they .. Oatil .. ........ ............ Jon >IO l"'aclI".,3-lb. eaulI, rer do'......... J.M
.. HrRn" .. ................. .IMI ('orn.2Ih.elln..erl1o......... ... ....... .110 T. D.
are still coming in. It is very gratifying W> appreciate your sympathy .. }O'.1 :l1<,al.J>er.u'k.. ... .............. .111I Jlakoll 1111111111.3-111,CUUII, lwr doz ......... 1,00 RANDALL & CO
.. .............
... ... .4.\
Jlrhtht V 8 !er.ack..,....... .. 1.1\\ I 1-1..110,11. I'et do. :
the
to us to know people appreciate for: tho ADVOCATE, but that will not 1"tal.'ertlllltr lIhll .........,.... ,.... 3.no 1-I,11.1IOfI.IulI..I'er.uck.......... ........... ..IM'lIay.I''r ,
our poor efForts-to make a pay us for getting out n good, live, cwt ................... .. ..... ,11.:11,1"111: )'or "mil"........................ .4
liCIt J) S 1I01llt> ................... .00 ('!'iW llrll,80da. I'rlb .. ................. .00 OO JMtrsSJO:: : :
paper worthy of them and the East East Coast paper. Send in your .. lIalUlI 1\I'erlh.................... .10 ('racJ.o".monol>erlb.................... .6W .,
some .. erlb. ................... W Gllljtt'r8I1RI'II, l'er lb....... ............... .(11I
Coast Florida. From f\h.lIhlt.I>
of of subscription "to keep the mill go- .. luce"erlb ................... ....... 1I, 'd O laL.'nSol\l..lll'rdo...................... ...,
Early Vegetables Melons Produce
our northern readers wo have received Ing." To it amounts to hard Oraonlale. Sllgar.J>erlb.................. 6 I''arllne. t"'rlt".........:................. .-&\ Fruits and Southern ,
you TootbllckTobilccol>er Ib................ .&1' l'ot&ah.l>erdo.:........................... ..0S"ud ,
some very Haltering words ly three cents per week, postage included P1.n.onppJ.os: n Spoo1.a.J."ty.
respecting the general appearance but in the it U. )'our ON"" annt We In\'lte corre pon aggregate
; ilc'l'nlMOS, .Tr'J[. Give as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Southern Ex
of the ADVOCATE and it is needless amounts to u good many dollars to 15, 17. \1.l3: South. Ocelln.JACKSO t.: .Yn.LE. FL.l, press CO.i; ilorida shippers on application. Also state remittances Chicago; } made in e"

to say wo appreciate them. us. tr SJlot cl\llh bu'en ut UI<1Ul,Fun, Wool and AlIIptor Sklnl.T lork Exchange, or eiprcss money orders on which there Is no exchange.;









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Jensen.r Georgiana.- ,1rE D TT LIZ E R S

I yellow fever south of us and Orotj.in: Ronald: was visiting Jlewrs. T1 1
Wethy and
(ncs and cyclones north location we are Wagner over Sunday .vr

,veil satlfied with our Miss Ida Dodson arrived Friday after-

Coon left on noon and opened her school Monday
beer studies In dentistry atoll e morning, '

college In Atlanta. Saturday' about daylight George Carter 1 SPECIAL rIiIczFCs 'm

, Of our growers are about round- s dog, Jack, started: a coon from
, their work of planting and generhauling down about their place and followed It .
their fields, all of which up until 1 It wa cast of Mrs Owen's place, :
\' exceedingly fine. where his "coonship" got:: tired and went .! .PineapPlT:
king
H[i] P1

V, Moore the has back planted of his a lot row next oftrees barking up palmetto; so loudly tree that to Charles rest. Jack Werntng kept .. o GrO\i\Ters..

on took a gun and went to see what he had
. railroad, and a nice rustic fence treed. Charlie shot the coon and took r.l
the front next to the river and him to Mrs. Owen's where he was .4.11 liround F01.ti.1i.zor; .

\' road; nothing like beautifying skinned lie was! an immense old fellow hiEH Price $25,00.GUARANTEED W- Before buying; tho following Materials be sure nod apply to f-1i

.dace -the largest one ever seen in this vicin
regret not petting$ in our article ity. : ANALYSIS: us for prices! and we will prove to you wo can save you money

t week, but Mr. Editor, you will\ i Mol tnl'tl. ....... ................. .. ... .. ........ . .., ..... ....... ..... B to 10 STEAMED: BONE RAW HONE
lber that a few weeks ago we drewr -If (In search Ammonia... ..... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .... .... ............. ...... B to ft ,
like' one will have you are of bargains, : }:'qn.lltaqutphatentAmmnnU..,. ... .............. ... ,.. .......... ........ .... 20 to 2S: BLOOD AND BONE{ ACID PHOSPHATE:
imagination, read tho ADVOCATE columns carefully. : Available . .. .. ............. ............................ S to ftK ,
,rho writes for a paper in a country ,iual, to nonel'holq'hateof} Lime...................,............. ,,...,...... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITUATE OF SODA
and portrayed a man with an Potash K2 O ......... .......................nu..s....,........ B to RFqualplSnlplteoflbta ,
of goods and chattels, : .........,...... ,.,. .. ... ..........,...,,,,... ... vtol SUII'IiATEOFAMMONIA( TOBACCO STEMS(
s amount to the LaGrange. dlagncslaLimeSulaetc.; ". ". ... .. ............., ..................... .......60 to 80 8
to offer public,
liately he proposed upon its appearance we \\ rrWrite for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED: : MEAL'( : :, HARDWOOD ASHES,

enced to receive letters from vapoints Plenty of Min and some wind. COTTON SEED HULL AS1IKS: KAIN1T: AND POTASHES.
of the compass, some enter- ;:3T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
.1. D.
Ennis returned from Moss Ulutl
against being exposed,
mild protest
last Hhi : prices.
, threatening us with severocrlmrosccution week, bringing fine pony with him.

attire, which under the a illustrous! late act Frank week T, A.or Johnson so, working has for been different in town people for a Please Correspond with tia before being induced to buy from Dealers. Sond for


of Jacksonville of his anti-cigarette stands; God-father bill- Henry Futch and Leo Coats havo each Pamphlet. fli

J:8lde acts: admonishing us to be good rented raise an onions.acre of land from Jim Ennisto LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

imself. Aside from the letters ,we | JIl

,card talk. This accounts for our Uncle Tom Johnson has been working ,,

tting in our last week's items. Wei in town for ten days days, helping build
take a day off and answer thesets tho F. E. C. Ky. warehouse.; :TaolsonTille., loxicLsu. :

, threats, etc. It cost us thirty-
J. P. Mendel also II. A. Carlilo aro ,
to -
stamps answer -- -- -- --
ants in postage
We have rceived a reply tot both pushing their road contracts, so wo
tiers. nnd each man do- will soon havo a good shell road from compass.: Each In'turn beat the other :Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, P. L. Tiirbyilll(
t tone of them, him In ,mindwe North Mints to Titusville. running; before the wind, and was In LABOR AND FEED. the 'pink paper of tho East Coast: will bo ,
our denial of having turn beaten, beating against the wind, at received at tho Melbourne Postofllco.
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wrote the article, has replied various stages of the game, HO that manyof The ninVrenoe In K.-..I'hiK 1.,1'.* or Feed and Sale Stables.
10 knows we meant him and noIse TOWN COUNCIL the experts who saw ho two boats bninll FlocU of Poultry. -Wo want to draw' tho' attention of Livery, .
MEETING.
and that he wants us to under- sail to-day are disinclined\ believe that our numerous readers along tho East

that ho insulted beyond redemp- there is a pin to chouse between them. There Is nhvays n protlt derived from Coast, and throughout tho state In genera I have sonic of tho finest horses and
What a guilty conscience some The regular: monthly meeting of the Both had their share of good and bad i small family clock, because! It has two to the ndvlfl. of the \live and energetic :

a must have.cpQALT Titusville Town Council took place at luck The Columbia had the better of principal\ advantages compared with business men who are bidding for currlagoH In this section of tho country.

I their rooms over tho postoftlce on Wednesday the shifting wind on the run down to the keeping of large numbers. The share of your patronage In tho columns Call and see lima Koasonablo rates.
ROOFING-Cheap and I evening, the following members the mark and boat the Shamrock two small tlock Is a possibility with nil but of tho ADVOCATK.! If you aro In needof

able. Quickly and easily put on. being present: .1. U. Walker (chairman), minutes and forty seconds; while on I' the luannfteineut of nevertil' hundred any }particular \ of goods, tho pink P. L. TurbyfillVaynesyille ,
I THOS. C. WATTS & Co., W: U. Knox, D. L. Gaulden E. L. Brady the beat home after Increasing her lead Cowls Is .another matter.. One advantage paper will\ tell you tho best place to buy

Jacksonville Fla. and J. M. Dixon; with C. S. Schuylcr, to over the mile at one time, the Shamrock : of having the sump flock Is that thorn. Koul tho ads. I \ North Carolinui.Sjan : .

clerk and treasurer; and M. S. Jones, Jr., over-hauled the Yankee and was a the Itl'Jlof labor Is eliminated, or, I
marshal and collector. quarter or a mile ahead when the time
Bovine. The minutes of last meeting: were road allowance expired. rather, It Is not estimated In tho cost Xotlcu To Contractor I

and approved ; several bills\ were audited After the Columbia had gotten a mile of a family !Hock, for the reason thatwhel'o : HAND MADE TANKS ,

and ordered paid; the reports of treasurer ahead, and the yachts were way over under only a dozen or more hens are
m Sncll has moved to Eau Gallic.srybody were examined and approved, and tick- the Jersey shore, the breeze again kept they are attended to \by any of the S EIARATE Limo Ilount of hums County wir.t C'otnmlitHlniiorH nu UKCKIVKH up to HV 12: HAND) MADE:

along the East Coast should ets were ordered to be printed for the half failed and the Shamrock drew members of the family, and but a towminutes o'clock noon, tho "rllt Tuesday In November, j'I I HONEY: +. AND SYKUP 11AKKELS,
tor tho rt II
I coming municipal election, gradllall.vahead. It was marvelous that the fowls hence the II I
are given ; LlgIder
for the pink 'ro build ho clollvrroitat. Botmn-!
ribe paper. a to As good as time best and as cheap as tho
I It was also resolved the delinquenttown in so light a. breeze, a boat could slip HO cost of labor cannot be estimated nor tale River, where thelr"nt Ferry IN lorntpil
,rses still seem to be dying. R. B. tax list for 1898! be publisne'd in swiftly through: the sea. After that the It Interfere in manner with f. njlth of Lighter; to IK 30 fi art has lost three, and now Eugeneart Florida Star during November, the sale Hiamrock was never headed but from does any depth\ 10 In'heal) bottom of \% \\y 0 lumber deck 1, ( mode bands for sale, but notwarranted
the occupations of those who take an iixfl :2 ImlkhiMiiU 2x11)1 KomlnUln 3 root .
\ hlh| ; .
bas lost his fast racer, Diamond. of property to take place the first Monday that time to tho finish the Columbia had But when 1'2 (lichen wider) coppor or n t'tiil rhi-otlni on the 1
Interest ono
In the !lock I TOM JOHNSON
in December. nothing but bad luck In addition to edges; of bottom :it vials of copper paint on t ,
vine has gone wet by a large major- After attending to other matters of her fast footing powers in the extremely ventures Into raising chicks by tile bottom ant, ulilcg and :grouUnf, pulnton I"'kll. Pioneer Cooperage, LnJ range, Fla.
for[ it still\ raining when these All Inn her to 1m IIrMt- h\ heart nnd nil
was < "" little
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and retains largo
Titusville minor importance the Hoard adjourneduntil \light air, every puff of tho capriciouswind hundreds a proportion \ fuxtunlneN with itnlvnnlzoil unlli I!
left i for -Tuesday.d Friday, the 13th inst. seemed to strike the Shamrock and to attain the adult stage the labor Toiicrupo and pnlnt thn outMldu of 'northouse UR-WATER '
Houston had a very enjoyable leave the Yankee boat practically bo- necessary becomes a moro Important\ : 'nlnt to ho of Whlto Ixiftd nnil Unllnc.1 Oil;I''' FILTER V
the body of the lioimo to be jmlntud white with :
\. at his house last week. A largo -If want good results will calmed. Edge as she would toward Item than tho food. The second advantage I rod trliiiniliign and the shades to bo' painted
you you
her of his friends were present. find every streak of wind, hho seemed unable In favor of tho small Hock Is !green
the AnyoCATE an excellent adver- to find it. The Shamrock gained foot by To place nlno new window Haoh In time Court- AND AVOID DANGER
s. B. J. Stewart has been spending tising medium. foot until sho overhauled tho Yankee, that the cost of tho food Is materially hotiMO room. New thrnHhhold nt Went door.
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reek with relatives Eau Gallic.nd \ crossed her bows and when tho time limit reduced 'by the utilization of the waste and To furnish repair| and new put ones In whore perfect nm-dcd.order, all blliidH, -__- h- -_ 0_ .. __ -__-__-_-_----_

Impure water Is the causo of much was up was fully a quarter of a mile material (rout the table. The birds arescavengers 'J'olilt new 1>ours at front nnil back entrance No Store House or Residence
Hotel poardlng
, order for sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine ahead. to a certain extent and assist to (AHm rt lletie. ,
the ADVOCATE an any To replace wlmlowt on lowrr floor whero nooil-!
,rinting you need.] filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. Taken altogether, there could not have In converting Into eggs! substances oil with flftino of those from the room shore should bo without the Antt-
been a more unsatisfactory! race and yet, that would be of no use, while the The Hoard roHorvoii to lt olt! the right; to reject

as a result of It, tho friends of the cup fCl'nVOlllel\ bo Insignificant/ If Intended any and all bide ,r. n. WALK Kit, Germ Water Filter,

Tibbals.m THE YACHT RACE. defender seem proud of tho showing she as a portion of the ration for a hundred Chairman Hoard of County CommlNnlonor: ,
made, and conlident that the cup is safe or more fowls. It Is the two advantages -
Tho ofHeial time-of the start was:
mentioned that permit one to
. made a business trip to TUESDAY Shamrock, 11:13:37: : : ;Columbia, 11:10:20: : IIHJ<:\'AHU COIfNTV TIII<:J\SHmt'/'I/ ,
Pierce, last Monday. The yachts Columbia and fthamrock Tho Shamrock had the Lust of tho start I make several dollars' pro lit \per hen HTA ':\ <;N'J'. ;,

crossed tho starting lino at 11.15J this seconds.WEDNESDAY.. with a small' (lock and allows only $1
rvices will be held next Sunday af- by forty-three Sept 11, 1K1H.
morning in tho midst of a great crowd of as 1 profit for each hcultlar b t :tact..
!x>n at usual hour in St. Paul's Epis- .
llnlunco rash on hand, Bopt. tilt, lsnJl)2n02!! ( (55
.1 I church. Choir meeting every steamers and sailing craft of every type Some uncertainty has prevailed as to Theme who have a large number of Amount received in Hopi, Isoo .., .... lUll M
and rig. The start was a good one, tho fowls and who keep strict accounts of --
rsday afternoon. Shamrock tho first to the course which will\ be sailed to-mor- Total . ...... ..... ... ... .. .. '2NRU1U
being get away, all expenses tint! that the cost of food %t Ii
; Florence Robinson of Eden tow by tho Columbia and the Shamrock. I.CHH warrants I In Hcpt., IHiKi\/ ,
M ant
spent the Columbia crossing the Jlno a few moments -
Tho matter settled however this varies but llttlo.from that required} for and del lye roil to nty CoinnilHHloii.;
rday last in this place calling\ on her later. was and ems and l4chuul board., .,,...,,.. ,... Illl1l41\!
friends before for Winter afternoon at tho meeting of tho regatta: : n small /Hock proportionately, they
f leaving At 10:13; the wind was almost duo
, Monday, where she will attend northeast blowing about 10 knots AI (committee which was hold at tho New estimate their profits by tho difference Balance! on hand Onto lt, lNUU.f,2iiO\ 71
York Yacht Clubhouse. After tho meetIngs between the cost of food and the receipts -
ns' College\ ; dining the fall and win- fired! The
11:12 the btarting: gun was
AMOVE n.H.AM'K If* "
IIK.I.n AH FOM.OWMI
arm Miss Robinson takes with her Shamrock crossed tho line at 11:15: and! Nicholson Kano announced timattomorrow's when In fact, tho value of the
Di-poHttnil lii Indian lover State Hunk,
!>cst wishes of her many' friends at went over tho lino with her jib topsail race would bo as on 'fuos- labor Is granter than the cost of the UK per, CttHhior'i cllnlllcnLe..1,21i227
leeward
windward
place and forestay set, breaking them out as day-fifteen miles to or food In many cases, which puts u different Cllllllll1 mife,.iM 41
and a beat back.: Wilier being clear and Bpaiklitig 1 Is no
il w Susie Summers left this place last she crossed, while tho Columbia broke It-scorns that tho agreement between flBpeut on tho ('utN'IH'lsOf Total .. ...$tziw"7l] It Is Well cistern water
proof or
day for Lake City, Fla., where she her big balloon topsail and spinnaker. Sir Thomas Lipton and lima Columbia'sowocrit course when tho owner performs! the JlALANQMI HKI.ONOI.Nd TO EACH FUHD AH FeL.tg that Is full pure.of typhoid fever and malarial
enter the Florida Agricultural Color Tho course was fifteen miles to leeward, relates that where It is impossible labor himself he receives/ tho price of ;; LOWft I be clear,

( a business course. Miss 8um.i and turn down the Jersey shore From to finish a contest within tho time that labor\ lu the receipts, but that doc>H County Ilotenuo ,. .. Fund.....,.>| 43377 genus In your may Inking perfectly} or cooking water'

will be greatly: missed by her, many time to time the following reports. were limit, tho same class of race must be not destroy! the fact that tho labor Itiiud and IIrld' Fund 425 muddy or cloudy } Readily cleanse It
Ids( but most especially by the young sent out: continued until a decision is reached. must bo paid for, as the owner amity be "" HiilldhiK\ Fiiinl. all lit from all oaith sand Insects slime
le At 11:52:; tho Shamrock Is leading by Feuding I'liMonrn Fund... 4:11I/11I: / : or
as she is jolly and takes an before tho two boats cau "
very Consequently, compelled to haerllleu lucrative ponl- I'Ineaud Forfoliuro funil. list M Is tie water use bad smelling or
In over a quarter of mile.. .... ........ you
part all entertainments, etc. meet on tho threo-U'K' bout, It will\ lie 8ehcoIFund .. Ml trouble clean
At 12:0.; the Shamrock was a half a tlon In Honii' other l.business in order to tasting V IH It too much to
bummers host of friends has the best wishes of milo In tho load: / necessary: to nettle tho capabilities: of tho give ,his tlockti- his entire alteuUou.Amot'lcau .- Total ... |I'IK) 71 out the cistern or well as olteii as should
in this two champions on tho etralght-away run
place. Vnsaille, :.V. J.-The Shamrock Is now of fi'tncn: knots. Uardeulug.The : Jons lll'.NKV, -- be ? Is tho drainage front house, stableor
leading the C'oluniliiii: by four minutes County Trenmircr, privy dangerously near your water
lave yon' paid your subscription ? and four seconds oil nl hbnd. At onetime In consequence of tho quickly-waning l'Itteon.lieturn.Spurtsmtn -+. supply, MO nn to m.'iko yon anxious P
't' i>'9aso do so. daylight nt this time of the year, the Have had or malaria In
typhoid your
almost becalmed: you
the Columbia was :
of the oldtn days will rejoice
committeelod.iy duieimined! Tako of tho election notice for
regatta, note lamlly lately ana realized that tho water
that crowded theCOl1l't
by the exclusion boats that tho start tihoiild bo outdo at 1U:4: :) to Ii'urn that the wild pigeons,
fWe would) esteem the favor If our O and took the wind out of her sails, limo town of TltiiHvlllu on our :lId! page UHwd may: bo rudponslble for It ? Then
.ers, when writing or oulllnq the Shamrock In the meantime rapidly a.. m., a difference of fifteen minutes which were BO i plentiful In former get a LITTMI 1 1I1 KO\VX) JUO FIIfEUat
upon
advertisers to purchase merchandise, drawing away fimm her. Either the windIs from tho- time previously fixed for the years, have returned! Tho American 1'leaso mention! Limo AnvocATK: when Us low popular price, and you art

" uuld mention the ADVOCATE.! moie favorable: for her or the Shamrock yachts going over the lino. passenger pigeons were spread all overtime wmlLilg, Ul\Ultl8CIH. sutra It will rc'inovo impuiltles.JriT"TI0y .

Is better handled. TIIUKHDAV.Reports that the race yesterday northwest: In the breeding HI-UKOU _.,--- | are very cheap, and will
cIa ell 1 say and Immense roostn, were common last tinmu When for information
Iifo
Tho Columbia hI8: suddenly n? was also called olfon account of it not Tlnf "Acl\'U'nh a Milting
Rockledge. her tactics and bus gained KO rapidly on hiring made within tho time limit. when they flew! In clouds which dark Time INDIAN KIVEU ALIVOCATK U on 'ideiiHU Inclose htamp. All orders -

the Shamrock that at 12U: the hitter euadtme. HUH at Union Tho birds\ have sale ac tho following nows-statmds, at live\ must bo accompanied by cash.

the Il'? ADVOCATE was pa.8110(1.; not been Hueii for 20 yearn, and even cents per copy i'l'LtusvlllwFred For particulars( apply) { to. tho agent,
c ling does all kinds of job Highland, :*. P,1.1:3.1.-Tiio:! Columbia A NEW PUBLICATION Bjjeclmen hunter: could not secure a ( 8. ChalToo.
WAT4TON'fitusvllloFiat,
I, U now a clean quarter of a mile made J, H,8r.I'UVNI, CLAUDE
single: : bird Time peoplo pigeon _
..
Taos. IIarilc ahead of tho Shamrock:: .
i Friday. returned from Ormond Long Branch, 1 p. m.-Tho two yachts) Mr. C. ..'. Hopkins', late proprietor of hunting ou;: of the principal sources! of -- -- -- -- -

nearing the tinning point. Tho the St. Augustine Herald, soliciting revenue !In thoae. duyH. They were
!
'r arc now
nail! h's. C. J, Coggin liaro re"fom Columbia Is about ten lengths ahead! ads for a souvenir pamphlet entitled (slaughtered) by the hundreds of pounds,

1'' \ their summer outing in the Both boats are beautifully handled. The "Florld.1; a tilp from Jacksonville to !but still urcmed! to Increase In num The Monarch .of Strength is

wind Is ten knots, and every moment Havana, Cuba, embracing .Jacksonville, her. They suddenly disappeared and
I iB4 St, Augustine, Palatka., Ormond, Day
Bullock arrived fioshenlng. to be extinct until their
hero from Baroatmday were supposed
.on and opened school on Highland, 1:10-Tho Columbia; turned tool,West New. Nassau Smyrna and, Titiisvillu Havana." Miami There, recent appearance, some thinking they
a-ay> nlOrllin tho stake boat a 1:3S: the Shamrock Key ,
had oil been killed and others lIaylng'the'lJnc1
later. Half ot will bo a publication of iIUOO, gratuitous
minutes
the 1' Gun dub medal contest last following has two been sailed. : distribution; copyrighted; artistic and gathered on tho eastern: shorelu 4I4LION

P' I fie I medals did not change the taco now crowd of pightseers and beautiful In finish; tho cuts will all bo great: numbers and had been driven i
k Tho biggest
CIHUIII!l Hatch again making the who over sailed down to half-tono, and no money will\ bo asked out and perished. Others claimed an
m (Class A and yachtsmen until the publication is complete.Wlmt hud them.
ff B. J. M. Sanders Sandy Hook, to witness tho attempt to Infectious disease destroyed
wrest from America tho yachting supremacy f It U a great mystery where they have

4 iulij<""'s'' the now proprietor of of the world returned to NowYork nllt'.,. MUM IIn",... been for bo many years, as they havo

JJ J'-> Mixer to whom the .<\10- crest-fallen and disappointed. Tho J. T. Litth'ton In Poultry Monthly not frequented their southern feeding

Le \ 'lit last week's issue, writes winds had proceeded too light and shifty says one of the causes of the unpopularity ground! during the winter for the COFFEE

taw will i scan. bo down to look after and the first of the International series: of lucks Is that to lm most profitable same k-ngttm'f time. The only possible -

Pension of ISO! between the two greatest;: racing they l must cither hare access to theory now is that they migrated; f

Q dl Slu"l).1 nn came up from 'Vest America machines ever degenerated produced\ by Into England drifting and a shallow pond or stream or they must to South A 111'1<'11. J It h:* hoped they 4 ,...--. b- ,.. t1
Beach )
I 'I'U Sunday. and will leave match and had to bfl declared olT because be fed more carefully than lu'iu. The may again become an numerous nil i" ...i.-"

hRdays ester for Lake City where ho neither, could reach the finish line in tho latter will do well on the farm If fed formerly. The pigeon Is a bird weigh- (AUSUl.UTKLY I'lJUU.) ;
till'' State Hut tho duck that has and bas Its strength comos from Its It Is all coffoo.
Agricultural Col- time alloted by tho rules. only grain. lug on an average 1% pound purity. puro
During the five and a half hdurs'\ sail no access to' water except what (Is In a very flue, highly flavored meat.CrookVtou .- freshly roasted Each and Is sold only In one-pound eealod l

''WI>!i'" luul niece I arrive! here re- the Shamrock was thrice ahead, and the drinking trough, must have soft (mlnn.) Time packagos. packacro Mills will make 40 cups. The packages -
IJfrom Is sealed at Is
tho that tho
nover
so aroma
\uw"anipbhire. They twice the Yankee boat showe tho way. food. Till mixing of the morningand !
) nl'OtoOtb weakened. It has a doilcloun flavor. Incomparable
tent T'-led' In the cottage on For the first ten minutes the Shamrock evening mash in troublesome, and IlullvJ ills Turkey. strength. It Is a luxury within tho roach of all.
'are eud of ", S. Williams' I place, led, then, for five minutes, the Columbha'sgraceful the average nmu will not do It. A. II, Turner Ju tho New York Trib- 1
1 1 '" bow showed ahead of the green farm Premium List In every package.
( with a view une Writes: "I was living on a ""
mac plylsettling 1 hero / boat; for forty-live minutes, followingthe Cut out your Lion's head and cot ,
several and made It a pointto
Shamrock, then for three hours the If we could Bwcep Intemperance out yearn ago valuable premiums froo. .
B01ou Columbia, and for the last hour and a of the country, there would bo hardly I raise an many turkeys as pouglhle] inn not fcr lion (Yffc lii hl.1 tonl. 's

indl want(' to buy Of sell property half it was the Shamrock that led the poverty enough .left to give healthy exercise but wan troubled 1 by foxy until I tried) If Grocer in.jr" 'ml praM III It* OD puiiw o.l e lyca",r141f'd.. tat flu aktoy .r' ;

iIlIUer.rerl'E. If you do, write the way. The breeze blew\ as high as twelve to the charitable Impulses.PtiilHps .- the exiK-riment of putting a airmail your -oi't.xs.ulHIIt\lUt., ',' .... "
; ,:
c:3E: co.. ;1I1. (
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t. Seeerago Agency, Titus- knots an hour, and a*\ low as three, and Brooks. lclghbell on each turkey'n'bwk, after ? .,
-t. s shifted about through three points of the which no fox would come nar them \ !!iR. .iliD_ u .,. tr.""! :::'";'T ;>:: "'M.r: : __ :...._ .
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6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE OCTOBER: 6, 1899.

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-WOMAN' AND FASHION. I SAJ Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad


Ofcn. *- In the Paris Cors.t-For Short

Vrtt Women-Smart Jacket

For Spring Time Table In Effect June 11, 1809.
A.ww
Potash. Lad rammer the proper form in Paris)

was the very small waist broad hip a. eA .

and fall bust. This year the full boat fll i i= $a M = g og;Q != KOKTIIERN'' POINTS. -M :4; =.::=r.=I; I IfcS' h I

TNOUGII of it must be still in evidence bat the hips are lacedIn .. :I H.tgj.icy.IS : .
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I- - ,:
,
41sA 1\\ 30a 1 41p Lv Tltusvilla FEC Ar. 3
/ flOp
*
"* contained In fertilizers, narrow. The corset designed to pro- ? 945a ... ... 6 20p Lv. Augustine Ar ...... 103f a I i MSX

dace this figure is made of heavy satin ...... -.820..145p Ly..Jack onvme..Ar ...... 9 OOa ..... .
otherwise failure will surely .. .. 620p .... .. 900a .".... 826pLat..Ynlee..Ar: ,..... 81Ad .. .. 65' tIfla! ..
specially woven. The favorite back Ii ..... BBOp7COp/ : e... 935..90p A r.,.F emanf II Da.....L y...... 7 ana ... ...
result. See that it !is there. ground ia a dark color traced with ...... ...... 1030a113Sa ...... 96on Ar.... ,Everett .....Ar ...... enna .. fll 16r 1r.j.: ."
ti .... ...... Ar.. Brunswick ..Lv...... B30aBOSa ... IIIOp ...
1'' Our books tell all about bright figures. Sapphire blue with pink .j. ... ..4... .... 11 !lOp Ar.. .Savannah. ...Lv ...... 641\a ..... jnop i. ..
carnations makes a charming pattern. 11 r .. Eck' ... ...... enop 12 Slip ..... 111191\ Lr, .. Savannah. .. .Ar ...... 11 4!'>a1 2601)!\ ) ....
fertilizers. They are tent The corset is trimmed with ? ..... ...... 933p 320p304p ...... 164adr.FairfaS.C..Lv.... .. none UM, '. .
elaborately .. .. ..... ..
242a .
... .. ..... 1030p; .DenmarkJ'O 30Ra1247a "
.. ... .. .. 6 Ma .' ...... .. 310al121Oa( .....
free to all farmers applyingfor .... .. 93. p .w. .. . e t
? .......:..... :..... 438p ....r. 43Ca ColuurblaS.C ....... .... ..liO-ta' ,.?..,
them. .... .. .. ... ....... ... ...... 112Ka Spartanburir.. 8 C .". ...... 6\ (Kip .. ? .. I .. a, ..'" ...
.. ... ...... ...... .. .... ...... 1 40p AI h et"tte'N' C. ...... 2 OBp1020p .... .. ". I. .
JJ ...... .... .. ...... 84Op........ 9 OOa C C. "!'" .. .. At6d I'i"..
.Ifliop ...... 10 47a Salllbul'.N.C. ...... 825 .. .... '
CARMAN:! KAU WORKS, 0 ...... ...... ..... HZTp ...... 1210p "Greensboro N.0" ...... T20p P' .. .. Ibanp, :! ."I":;I *
} .... ..... ... ..... ensll1ro'va. It' ... | ...
93 NUMB St.,N." York. .. .1230a. 130p .... .. 4n", .
...... ...... ... ... ecoa24Aa .. .... 625p Richmond,V. .....12non .. 'linn", ',....
.. ........... .. ...... 3 25p LynchburK Va. ..... SMp .. KMn) .
J .;:.. ............. 450a ...... B28p\ CI rlor"Illle. ...... 2 Iflp ? II.iaRttp: ,I""...
..,.......... ...... 7 Ma ...... 90Si) It .. ... .1ISa '.'.'..' ,
1120" r"
... ..... ...... 912a118Sa. ..... 112Sp Baltimore '.' ....... 942a720a f 7P. ..
c ..?. ................ ...... 26fi ", Philadelphia I I ....... .'... 'II!1 ..I....
...... .... .. .... .. 203p( ...... 623a ." New York ........121Sa800p .... 2finp00ai', ... ,....
...... ..... .. .... 900p..... ... 300ji '.Boston.....It ...... .. .... a I ,.I.!j I .""

f' 82fla ..... ...... ..... 74Bp Lv .Jacksonville Ar ..... ...... .... I'
WOMAN AND FASHION Tri.'V cckly Sailings. 1030a ...... ..:... ...... liMp Ar.... Everett.... Lv .,.... ...... ......1 .8 9101 I
440p ..... ..... ...... 605a\ 4... Atlanta.... ...... ...... .... .. ..
---- \ 720p :.... :..... ...... 925a730p ..Chattanooga. I. .....................1 I lljnp610p( s>
d. Afternoon Frock For Girl-Dreams From .... ...... ...... .... OJ ...Cincinnati... ...' .............. .. .. h.
the Hllllners-A Bat of the ) BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK .
; Season. ,; : GI' ) No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick ll:3Aa. m.
For New Orleans trail teaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with thrnnch lpeJ'l'n
riving New Orleans 7:40 a. m. (,..11) through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Xev,

The pretty little afternoon frock pic- ; (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) leans 10S: p. m. .
tared in the sketch is of pfile gray cash c BLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Vos.38 and 36 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the

j skirt mere; and with blouse a perfectly bodice Adorned plain circular in the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe Sleeper>"os.via 33 and Asheville.34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection Clnel

middle of the front with a fall plastron! I II II 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. f.
I No. 36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlant&
of pale gray silk tncked to simulate a Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 37.
yoke. Bordering either side of the plae- All baggage will be checked from Union Depot.icket will still be sold at the city! B
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office 202.! Hogan Street,us well as at the office.
New England and Southern Lines.
Clyde L. 8HIPAIAN. A. O. P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,DIs.Pass. Apt., 202 W Bare

L vi Direct Service Between A. O. MacDOXELL Gen Pass. Agent


& h I Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and "all Eastern Points.

.

: I (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Southern. '

iiffihI( / SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: .
LOOSE AT TUB: TOP.

.. .... ...,... ..... .... ... Itoston
narrow frills cf chiffon lace and ribbon Southbound.........n.." ... .., .... from Lewis 'Wharf

Northbound.......................... .. ............L..... from foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville Railway
and has two sets of laces-a; linen set -

and an elastic set, The former is intended r

for strength the latter for com

fort. The linen laces are put in at the Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

bottom of the corset and are strung up Excellent Service Out of Florida.

as far as the waist line bringing the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. '

tit' / r9, 1 I IJ4 corset as close together as it will come. Jacksonville,Palatka, !:Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH
There,they are met by the elastic set .
STEAMER
I which expand and contract with the '

movements the chest. The top is left "D. MUHGHISON,"

.' ,'. extremely loose to favor the toll busts. CA1T. w. A. SHAW.

1 ':'" Another feature of the corset is that it Leave Jacksonville 6:00 p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays. PULLMAN DRAWING}ROOM CARS, THOROUOHFAM

is\ stiffened entirely. with bones. Leave Sanford 5:00: a. m..Mondays Thursdays. COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS
a.: ,

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I .' For the Spring1. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.w. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.Through .

J The smart little jacket shown in Illustration -

is of fawn cloth simple but II. WARBUUTOV, T. P. A., i F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., Fla. Pass. Aet., via Jacksonville Vestlbnled Savannah Drawing-B and Colombia Sleeping without Cars Chang between. Tampa and New Tart
quite beautiful in cut and design. It 0 Howling Green,New York. 204 West Kay St., Jacksonville Fla. ,
D. P. LOVELL Asst. Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent.
opens in front with stylish revers ex Jacksonville Fla. | Foot lofran I St.,Jacksonville Fla. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
:
.. tending to the bust, and the little flat TIIEO. O. EGKIt T. 91., S Bowling Green New York.
H. \ WM. P LYDE & CO.. General Agents, Pullman Drawing"Room Bui'tei s ..plnr Can between Jacksonville andN.w Ttrk
"!! vest is faced with dark blue velvet enriched vl. IIILvannah: and Columbia.
:
.
1lJ IS[ Bowling Green,New York la So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
." with many rows of stitching in

I silk the tone of the cloth. An em piece- Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,

;II went of the cloth trims either side of Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia

the front simulating a yoke and long
'Florida East Coast Ry. Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car. to Matron Atlanta, Chattanooga ul
1 FOR A YOUNO GIRL. ClntslnaatL

trop Is a long pointed revers of lemon ;
TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to "
l colored silk bordered with cream lace ,

5; and edged with a plaited lemon silk SOUTH BOUND (Read Down NORTH BOUND (Read Up). t Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through thi

frill falling cn n gray frill. The collar ,

and cuffs match the revers and the belt t lioJIII D..lI,. No Da1l1 B STATIONS D..u.y Daly = "LAND OF THE SKY."
Irs m Et aep
is of darker gray ribbon.-Philadelphia -
L.ave........................ Jackaonville .;......................,Arrlve dip 1065.15p10WaArrive Dally IdmlUd Trains For Cincinnati via Enr.tt.
Ledger. ....................... 8t-AulI'u.tlne .......................Leave 8.1Op: 9/5s
20p 10 IJIa! Leave...................... St. Augustine ......................Arrive CI 16p 957p11loft
Dream From the Milliners. ", .................. .. .... .Hast In liS.... ............ ..........Leltve lloopp 904.BST Dbr
A handful of tulle, a nosegay'of flowers fiMii rrive..... .... .... .. .. .... Pallltka ..... . ... ... ....Leavfl 45Op5 iCUII> any. agent detailed ot the information 80D'1'JU JUllUlL1I'AT&I to rates er. its.cl1edu1es oolUlecUena., aleeplnl oar reservations, sta. apply M

: several yards of wire and the deft / flala .nave ... ... .. .... ... . Pallllk.. ... .. .. .. ... .... .Arrive jp "i 11M

handed milliner will twist a hat that .!!e: Arrive...... ..... ... ...... .... an MAteo. ... ..... ........ .... ... "Tiiiii:
up ... ... 700a Leave ... ...... .... .. ....... San Mateo.... .... .. ............ .. 7 R. W. HUNT Florida Pasa. Agt., 218 West Bay Street JaoksonTlllt, Eta
will admiration from all beholders.
provoke' 6 51)11 Leave........................ Ea t Palatka ........................ 6'::; ,8T 4 J. M. GULP IClJ
2 But the milliner makes use of 48p.12Mp ., ........................... Ormond ..........................Leave. 547p 113a W. A. TUBE, S. H. HARD
strange materials this season. Moss, for ............. ............Daytona. ......... ............ asap 701. 1'ra1lo Manager: Qen. Paso Agt. As.G Gen. Paw .1fi.,
Gasp 1 SIp ................ .......Pert range.... ........... .. .... 8t1p:! Sbla11ap Washington i.. a WuhlniOOU. b. a Atlanta h
i- instance is one of her favorite materialsfor : IMp ........................ New Smr.rua ........................ 8011'11 e ix.851p ..
crowns and brims. Then she piles 22: p ..:................. ...... Oak 11th........ .................. 22'4 1106& April to, 1899.1IALLORY.
ShOp b .......................Titusville......................... 145p 6b
pink rosebuds or purple hyacinths and ...... 1180p ......................... City Polni ......................... 1 Hip ......
clouds of tulle on the sides fastens velvet ...... 8811'11 ."................u....... Cocoa .................n.......... 107p ......
...... 841p ......................... R'klodge ......................... 100p ......
strings to tie under the chin and ...... .tlp: ............ann...... Ean Hallie ......................... 1288p.....
madam the customer is willing to ...... 42Jp. ........................tI\1bourn. ......................... l.124p:. ...... STEAMSHIP LINE.
p ...... 4117'11 w .......................... Roseland .......................... 1148& ......
barter her family jewels, if need be to w ...... 1I0lp ........,................. Sebastian .......................... ., 114 a .. ...
the love of hat. ...... 611lp: .......................... St. Lucie .......................... 1066& ......
possess a 1 ...... IIll1p .................. ....... Fort Plerco........................ OJ 104lJa ...... Florida, New York,
1' A very fetching directoire hat of .41p ............ .......... .....Eden .... ........................ .. 1006&l'io. Philadelphia and Boston
black straw rolls up well on each side II4Ilp .................... ....... Jftn n......... .................. N 10 00a ..rooo.1101I el'
Cll\np\ .............. ......... Stuart. ....................... II Ma) 2tJ8 + 1 From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
and is cut in the back allowing bit Dally 72flp ........................Aoiosbnn................,....... 11111& Daily PASSENGER SERVICE.
f: to full down on the hair. It is border : ; 7 BlIp ........................ West Jupiter .:...,,..........,...... 907. itr v" 1
r.:11. .............. .......Wetlt Palm .. v4 To make leave Tack80
Slop Beach .,,...........,,.. 88.1& lTTZ P connections with steamers .
ed with a band of white satin and tiniest 124a 881\p OJ ........ ... ....... ........ BoyDlon........ ... ............... OJ 8W1a10"21p:! i/ k on Thursdays at II:20 a. in., via Fernandina and "Govi ip:
ruchings of black tulle. Behind the 141& 84t1p OJ ............ ......... Delray .......... ............ 767a lOOt!) (Cumberland Ro and SMART JACKET AND HAT. 402a 387p It ............ .......... FortLauderdale ...................,,. OJ 707a 745p y.t route Or via all rail leaving!:Jacksonville 4:;:a O P, ul'I(
two wings are held by a jet buckle pointed strap extending to the edge of 61410 'Op ........ .... ......... Ll'ntoJ\Clt1' ........... ............ 62id 555p & P.), via Everest and Southern U'y. Arrive Urunswlclt i
by white ribbon streamers that may bo the jacket while a second emplacement 65a 10W f n Arrive......... .... ...... ... .. Miami: ................ .... ...... o ha 1\80p.\ p. m. Passengers carried about the throat. Three black 11Pa'11'1iISNL'V St'UN.ANf) OUAM.i: j11k: : JUNCT10.
trims the busqne at the back and is cut
feathers trim the crown and one of o. No. 8T."TIONS. ; PROPOSED SAILINGS

these encircles it qnd is drawn down In three sharp points. The empiece- D OIIp 10 I .......... .. ........... Nftw lIIyrna. ........................Arh2tip: 66UpaGp112la Lv.New York Pier 21 E.R., 8::001). m., (Standard Time.) Lv Bruni'I
wants, jacket edge and revers are all .. ... .. ................. ........
) ...... ....... .II1'keHelfln. IOp 44U. j
through one of the openings in the backto bordered with of stitching. The 11111'a' OJ .............. ......... Orange Clt,.. .......................... .L.I lOOn: 424pW Friday, July 28... ., ... . .. ... .....COLORADO....... ....,.. .. .... Friday
end on the hair. Under the rolling rows / 0Yp 1l45aAr. ......... .. ...Oran o City Janatton.................... 1166& .151! !'re ay, Aug. 4. .. .... ..... .... .. .. .. RIO GHANUB.,,......... .. .. .... 1'rlday: ,. .
sleeve has a little f alines at the top ands swept Friday 11. .. .... ..... . .. . ... .COLOKA1K ...... .. .. . .. .. Kriila.v.Friday .
brim is bunch of white Another All trains I"IW''II New bmyrua aUI range CiL unction Sunday. .... .. .. .. ; .. .. .
a roses. enriched with of stitching and Friday, 18 ... ..... .. ... .RIO GRANDE....... ..... .... .
rows
hat cf this shape is trimmed with HKTWKKN: nIU VIJI4": ,AM: SANKOKD.: Friday, U5! COLORADO Friday
the turned buck pointed cuffs are finish. -
limitation feathers, made of black and :NO.11, t-iTATlO? S. u.7ta .a For general information, steamers, trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent irw

'' white tulle. ed in the same manner. The buttons ) Lv.....................................TltllIIvllle..................... .............Ar 1 2X p BASIL GILL S. A.,220 W. Bay St Jacks n'UjH.
arranged pairs are of fine mother of 1 1:111 ........................................MIDI! .......................................Lv 112pS2ta .
A Hint to Short WaUted Women. pearl. OJ ......................................Otitl'8n...................................... 1157.a& H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
.& OJ ............................... .. .. .En ............................. 1111l.a C. H.MALLORY,General Pier 20, and Broadway, N",
Agent E. 88S
The woman whose figure is rather The stylish walking hat is of pale 9 tab OJ ............................ .El1terprl.w Junotion............'.................. 11'bs River
square than tapering requires fitting fawn straw trimmed with two white 9bunAr. .. . ... l\l\tOt.ll... . .. .. ..... ... .... ..... ......... OJ 11U.* -- --- ----
All li'aim tat..,-,'u 'l'Unllvllhlull JMtufortl Diitly eicopt Nun luy.
and blue velvet
rosctte.-
and trimmings with a running in at wings n big

the waist line with pointed effect and Philadelphia Ludjer.: (KEY WEST AND HAVANA. '

to accentuate this keep n broad look at aNSYT'If
the bhonlders by the addition of broad APHORISMS. The _II'IIIUIII'It the Florida East Coast Moauishlp Compauy are appointed to Bull M follow! :

collar, levers or thoulder caps. And STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND .
the belt-for she is bound to wear a Sloth makes all things difficult, but

belt in this day-should have a decided Industry all things: easy,-Franklin. : you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
Leave :Miami Sunday. and WeJuemisy; Arrive Key West Mondavs and Thursday
drop in front with a sharp pointed Auy man may make a mistake, but
*. Leave KeyV* i Muudayg and Thursdays; Arrive llavaua Tuesdaya and
elTcct.: Delts are now made a prominent alone but a fool will continue in It.- Fadaye': North, South, East, West,

frJ feature of a bodice and most of them Cicero. XOKTHBOUND.

differ in color and material from the Kindness in ourselves Is the honey Leave ITnvHn Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Key West Tuesdays, and ''Friday Northwest or Southwe

waist, but the short \vaintetl woman that blunts the sting! ot uukluduess In Leave Key AVvot Tucb'luys and\ Frid.ijMArrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays.
mUtt! always wear her belt in the same another.-Laudor. Departure) from Miami will be made boon us possible after arrival of train U Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship MOO* *!

coloring as the bodice if she wishes to on sailing ilny. gateways at Port Tampa Sanford Jacksonville Charleston :Mongomitund T'l:
little value to Its ,
Money has possessor Thet"> Time 'l'"bl..tlllhuW the times Bt which train+au give apparent length to her waist.- unless It also has value to depart from the several station and iwrt, but their arrival or departure at the time various other points, with its all the year round DOUDLE DA1LIs \ .ER
Mary Katharine: Howard in Woman's .tit !d is nut guaranteed nor duos thu Cwuipauy hold iuoU roKpousiulit fur any delay or any the best ,tndres-
b
route and that all
Stanford.Ingratitude )
others.-L. t n*>Hiu uovs arising therefrom. Information can be obtained promptly
Home Companion. Is the abridgement of all For copy of local time card call at :tt West Bay Stmut' Jacksonville, or addrewJ. or calling on
f. BKCKW1TU!: Traffic ){auaKer. J. D. RAHNER, A G. P. .L
baseness; a fault never found uuat- Ra. Auansttne.JOE COt13S
ITSta covert'il.ith the exquisite new F. M. -Jolly Division Passengei -\ ;
ended with other vlelousuess. ----......--.---- -- fI
flowers which are such perfect imitations JacksonvB. 'ue
We cannot think or act but the soul West Bay St., Astor Block,
as to seem teal, and others trim
of some who has passed before W. Passenger Traffic Savannah Ga.
med with feathers chiffon and ribbonare one PRINTING W/renn Manager,
-the dead never die-
points the way
pictured and described by Louise ,
Howard in The Ladies' Home Journal iulwer..
of the Our manners and customs go. for OF ALL KINDS
The hats themselves are new The ADVOCATE
does neat clean Job Printing.
straws and braids and are described so more In life than our qualities. The ,
that clever rd- price we pay for our civilization Is the Executed at theADVOCATE
clearly any woman may
produce them. tine three-UowgIL yet Impassible differentiation. of PRINTING OFFICE. .. Prices to Snit the Ti




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTODER 6, U99. 7UT

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JI { hS--bll-the-)ecarroluui. LIVE FARMING. Does It Pay To Jluy Cheap

+i )K A cheap remedy for coughs. And colds.

.Graae and Slack (ar..vlnat Conblaed I. all right, but yon want something that

TITUS VILLE. FtE p +o, Q EN "'Ub the Ordlimrr Hnatlne. will relieve and core the more severe and

"However small or However large dangerous results of throat and lung

your"farm. If you get '.your living out rouble. 'What shall you Io? Go to >

RIVER of It. I would advise the following vftrmcr and more regular climate? Yes,

N ZAN' HOTEL,, THE said,\".. I.. Foster In an addrOss beforea If possible; If not possible for you, thenIn
SILO.'
north.LouisianaVheu N*. tl '.-Word "."a... either case take the only remedy that
TITUSVILLE farmers' Institute In :
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1. "The f'rmlne10 called when of a baa been Introduced all civilized countries
Put or Slew Fllllnn-Lntf.t Fancies \ your cotton Is gathered run a "
reddish color, .1 In summer. with success In severe throat andlung
INDIAN RIVER, In Co,' .lnar. furrow In the top of the bed and planta
2. "Ixtrda of manors, since the conquestcalled troubles, "lloscheo's German Syrup -
FLORIDA. Fast or slow fllllnj: of the silo Is debated sprig of Ut'nmullabout every two barons." It not only beats and stimulates

but the only difference amountsto feet in the drill and step on It, Do this 8. The plural of "a fertile place In a the tissues to """boy the germ disease,

about this: With slow filling there Is on half your cotton land selecting the desert" but allays Inflammation causes easy expectoration

r"r 7 J. G. BAST, Proprietor more time allowed for the material to part that Is poorest and most washed 4. The Scottish or provincial English gives a good night's rest,
-, and, gullied. Save your she cattle If word for "about concerning, over md cures the patient Try osB' bottle,
r settle and one gets more material Into "
you have any, and If not try to get a aia Inllt. Recommended many years by all\ druggists -
the pits If he Is a week about It thanin "Easily Irritated." In the world. Sample bottles at J.
male of
few Get a good
anyway. you
The hotel fronts on the two days In Ohio we use the rapid 10[ Coopei's drug store, Tocoa, and Fred
beef breeds unless to
yi wide tho you prefer
of bay( miles
weep (7 No. 103.-F.nhrn. S. ChdlTeo's drug store, Tltunvllle Fl.i.
Where fills silos and ,
two
F In width), formed by the filling one go Into the milk and butter business
A river In Italy Ant nam.1
you may
'" "- Indian River, making It n can do so it Is a good plan to fill Into which Is a poor business unless It Is AJJ a 'Irttfr and hear mi when Making your Remember that the INDIAN RIVKRADVOCATK

delightful Hummer re one a half day and then the other. The close to market and you are willing to lame; does nil kinds of
job
Y i II i i m i IN4 uu = iw nerd Constant cool carrier of our machine carries over one work and study to make a good product Add mother, and thl* will a pMt proclaim. at short notice. Send them an printing order
e breezes
from! the sea and silo and throws Into No. 2, so by simply that will be sought after Save and be convinced that It Is the place to

,' bay. Flowing sulphur removing a Crap slide In the carrier your cotton seed and shucks and other No. 1DI.-'Illitdrn AnlmnU. have job printing done.
lme ,. p spiings. Special summer and feedyour 1. I took to the picnic a mrlon and a 1'141
of similar nature
rates. over No. 1, or replacing It, the silos can products n t. Hut on. tar tell I only heaved one alRh.I. .
stock on this poor land set In t think that U what I Unman lUvrr nil.t. No lllglit (o U lInC\4.
be alternated In filling without changing
Bermuda Let them run on It In the Just hear him pant II. ran after the ball.
the machines.lVe know of no tests day but them at night, so that a. It la wry comical from my point of view. Tho woman who I is lovely In face, form
pen
that place greater feeding value upon a 8. What I* In that bait Null and retain too. and temper will always have friends, but
JACKSONVILLE. you may gather the fertilizer for distribution 7. Art we Mlrctcd few for thl.'ap.'al thing one who would bo attractive must keep
slow rather than a fast filled sllnge. Ina
on your crops the following\ S. It muni be a very 1".tt11.lare In uprlnj. her health. If she Is weak, sickly and
fast filled silo there Is a greater show spring. Get you a few sheep, If not II, Why ihould you rebuff a loiter .n. my ilrart all run down, alto will bo nervous and
of after It has settled. To overcome 10. There accm to be (rural new author every ,
space over six or eight, and try to find n good Irritable. If she ,has constipation or
I III.
erritt's Hotel Rathburn OLD.... this loss of storage, some silos buck of some breed. You, of course, Hi year.* he rpaulrta to war aa well m yovit kidney trouble, her Impure) blood will

e CARI.KTON. are provided with a top rack some 8 have a sow or two; get you a good 12. What a very pretty badge l l Red white and cause plmplrs, blotches, skin eruptions

feet high, about the top of the silo and male. Your wife has chickens; get nthoroughbred Mu and wretched complexion. Electric
this rack Is filled\ and as the silage be- cock of variety 13. Where la my cap? I give away my hat. Hitters Is tho best medicine In the worldto
uouio
low It settles It finds Its place In a few U. Till rU/'M la morocco What dye think of regulate stomach, liver and kidneys
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. Wherever you have already any pasture that
days In the pit, which when settled lands whether woods 15. You'll and near the log oat, 1 think and bay. anti to purify the blood. It gives strong
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass will be brimming full.\ : OP'lor 1A. That pretty row will fade rre the clour of day. nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,

the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam How shall the silo be covered to pro. stick Itermuda about lu them. Spendall 17. lilt a new gourd dip or cup In rach pack. rich complexion. It will make a good-

beat Wi; open November 1st, 1SU!). American plan........... tect It from the air? Does It need any your spare time lu setting It out IS. Shovel kettle, pot and pan, why are you *o looking, chaunlng woman of a run-down
*
where you don't expect to cultivate. black invalid Only f.O cents at F. fc. Chaffee'sIrug
(fFRRITT'S IIO'A'Li: PLACIDE, Main St. A- ervov.l,38ap. cover at all more than the roof above break In Id. "Can It b* a robber?" In alarm ah* crl d. Store
to
When get ready up
European Plan only. you
denied 10. Thrre, behind that liunh, y* naughty children
It? Some silos now are even shut mental and
the spring just your hide.
this protection. Certain It Is, that no financial eyes, plant a good big gardena In the above are animal. twenty-*

Travelers'1 Hotel. New one now covers silage with plank, paper large potato patch, n good sized sor On. In each line| I think that I, plenty.No. FREECONSULTATION

r he and weights. The most simple ghum patch, one-third the balance of .
II Management cover, and extensively used' Is no cover
your land In 'ach of corn, oats and cot "
at all simply putting the litter about fitfl.-A roet'ii Ilona*.
ton, fertilizing each as for as you can wlth'our'home: treatment. We are.
as N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. the cutter upon top"of the silage, mak.Ing and yearly thereafter follow th rota WKNNAAAAAAAABCDD

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. It firm )by treading and leaving it, tlon practiced so successfully at thestation W physicians, and you get tho benefitof

allowing the top layer of a few Inches our experience. No matter what
at Calhoun. Divide E
your pastures N N
three or four, possibly six-to mold your trouble Is, how simple or how
Into two or more and alternate N 0 E
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service.
and rot and seal Itself away from the your stock from one to the other, so N 0 E hopeless) wo can do you 'good, find

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA air. A few (the third or fourth day that they will be eaten evenly all over M It U It 0 S PQTTTTTTTWO W If wo can't wo will honestly tell you

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. i after filling and some treading) and not too closely cropped. Start witha M O E so. Thousands of.tlrod, weary, sick

sprinkle 20 palls of water on the sur- few animals and add to the nerd M 0 E and hopeless people have been en-
u E
face of the silage and thus hasten the M y O U
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. molding and sealing. from Its Increase year by year till you L w O W w E tlrely and permanently curedby;

HOTEL OXFORD \ get the capacity of your pastures, but L 0 E
Opposite St. James Hotel. As good a plan as we know of Is to COMPOUND
be very sure not to overstock them. L It F
copy the last method and add to It a
F
Convenient to all parts of the city commodious comfortable and Every two or three years plow up L y '
rooms, bushel of oats raked into this warm L N H 0 OXYGENWhy
... homelike, and special efforts nlade to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas wet surface, and grow. a cover of oat and harrow In tho late winter your L LLL LLJ Jim inn lInn nmi aIn

ant stay. Rates v.ery reasonable. ,Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack roots mixed with the decayed silage. 'Bermuda pastures and you will find not take heart again and Investigate -
sonville. the laud much enriched and the growthof this home are contained the names
The growth will\ soon fall down and of six famous poet, all Americans except this great principle. Wo have
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. grass much more abundant
die, making a cover we have. never one. Can you spell them? thousands of testimonials. Send for
When your oats are harvested, you
seen excelled and so matted that It Is book on home treatment, wonderfulcures
will of course plant to. peas, which
easily taken off. Others put on wet, No. lOT Patriotic I'u..le.
ST. AUGUSTINE. after seed have been gathered for another to time sick, etc, free
old straw, and some use sawdust wet
year, may be pastured off, or better .
down, and yet others commence at cut for hay for winter. Your Bermuda f \ ? swopLt DRS. STARKEY & PALEJT
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA, once to feed from tho silo as soon as ,
In a year or two, at the furthest,
filled and hence need no cover. TTEI
near In the winter, on approach of should be giving ;you good cuttings of 1 1112 Olrnrd St., I'hlln., l-n.
This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, very hay than which I doubt If there Is any 11u, IXIZZLE
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. cold weather, It Is a good plan to put Ot IT feb 000Virginia
better. While\ 'your cattle are grazing E
Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. some boards over the silo and cover .
In one meadow, the other will probably -
with a halt ton of straw. This holdsIn M
D. SANCHEZ Manager.
large enough for tho
mower
the heat keeps out cold air, and grow TRS
or the pasture might be again: sub 'Homes
find in the
more germs warm sllago a
divided; or, If the outside range Is good
JENSEN. pretty good home to colonize In, and 0D
the stock might bo turned outside awl! TIn
then In cold weather the cows get a
the meadow saved for cutting. -
warm breakfast, Instead of now and

1 JFNSEN FLORIDA. then an Iced menu. But can we do this economically; Is You learn all about Virginia Lands,
Fresco Hotel. ,, there prollt In It? On a largo scale, I
John Gould discusses silo methods In Its resources, products, mode of cultivation

ill BREVARD COUNTY. the foregoing words In the Ohio Farmer doubt It; on a small scale, lu conJunction the above find two sayings quoted prices! etc., by reading the
with farming I rf
am
your sure
and also affirms that reports from from tho recent war.
It But let me sound this note of caution to Virginia Farmer. Send 10cts.
warn 1. Commodore Dewey's
J. L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR. all sections of the country this year
(IfeOO\ ) give to the silo greater prominence ing; Do not be In too big/ a hurry and Prince Henry of Germany.- for 3 months subscription tlio-

:New House; best accommodations on the East Const; table first-class and than ever. do not make a sweeping change. Stick 2. Lieutenant Hobsou's remark to Admiral Farmer Co., Empoila, Va.Choice.

every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements.In to cotton to a limited' extent. Sampson.To ..
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the center of tho famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Fish and find the answer start with a certain

Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate.Dou't Care of Brooder Ills Life Wan Saved letter In the panel and read from left to .

As soon as the chicks are out of the Mr. J. E Lilly prominent citizen of right, skipping two letters at a time, taking
Full to Stop at Jensen AVhen Visiting: Indian Iliver.Titusvillo time lines In order downward, commencing Winos,LJquor8
brooders and you are through using Hannibal, Mo., lately had wondorfn es1 .s
deliverance from frightful death. IntolllnA' again at the top and continuing and Cigars.
them for the season clean them up and
in thin until each of the 74 let.
manner
Hoarding Houses.MRS. of It ho "I taken with
: was
get them Into winter quarters out of says ters had been used.-Woman's Home Guaranteed Pure
Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumonia
the way. Don't put the brooder away Companion. Sold reduced
became hardened. I at
My Inngs was so
i. TITUSVILLE FLA. dirty and think you will clean Jt up In
DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE weak I couldn't oven sit up In bed No. U HH .Jlrlnnrnni. prices
the spring before you are ready for It. I to
Nothing helped mo. expected soot
Imported
1. A word five letters
of expressing
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies, I If you do. you won't have a brooder fit die of Consumption, when I hoard or strength of mind or body Tukny Wine,

cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, to use when you are ready for It. Dr. King's Now Discovery One bottle 2. A high building. from Italy.

hotels and families supplied. u oooooiiBOUKNIGHT'S When you are through using It for gave treat relief. I continued to tise It, 3. To shrink with fear

the season scrape It out thoroughlyand and now am well and strong. I cant 4. One who prepares for the future John B. Togni

wash It Inside and out with good say too much In Us prise" This mar. 6. A wlfu'M property, ,

BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FLA. hot soapsuds! to which a little kerosenehas velour medicine Is tho surest and (quick U. Not tin highest point Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.JACKSONVILLE .
pat cure In the world for all Thsoat and
been added use a scrubbing brush 7. 1'lIIllloYI'11: on the water,
Good, airy and comfortable rooms; Board and room, One Dollar per day. : ;' Lung Trouble. Regular sizes f>0 cents 8. A covered place lu a garden. FLORIDA
Special l rates by week or month. and get !It clean. Then go over It again and $1.00. Trill 1 bottle bottles free I\t 'Vltolel.de mid Itetull......

O. BOUKXIGHT, Proprietor. with clean, hot. soupy water and finish F. 8. Chaffoe's Drug Store; every bottle No. 1IMI.-Sliile Abbreviation.
= off with a cloth wiping the boards dry. guaranteed
1. The lamest religious state.
Tho Largest and Most Complete
Wash the hover felts If they are dirty -
T The Turnip ,Fit,.. 2. The most eirotlHth-nl.
NIC .Aa.END'S: and make the whole clean. If It Is a "The turnip (lea Is still alive and 3. The state.lor time untidy to go to. Establishment South.

hot air brooder remove the beater and shows this season that he has tastes 4. Father ot Itllll'l.

clean out the hot air chamber. You for all sorts of meat, although hen t>. The\ most maidenly GEO. S, HACKER & SORt,

DEPOT FORBartholomay's will be surprised to see what a tot of bane (IlyoHcyamus edger) Is his favorite U.I The most useful In haying time.

filth has found Its way In there.\ Turn food. The leaves of 7. The bent lu time of floods
young sugar -
the brooder down and brush the 8. Decimal! Mtatu.
Rochester Beer. upside corn he attacked this season, In 0. State of'umunliilimcnt.
sheet Iron five of soot To keep It from force, causing the young plants to 44d11I

rusting apply a thin coat of raw linseed grow slowly and tho outer ends of tho ThU and That i

Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars. oil to the Irou. Leave the brooder openIn leaven to turn brown. I used a dilu "Nornh," ale said to her new cook,
,
the sun and let It thoroughly dry tion of whale oil soap but found that "this salad tastes of kerosene" "Sure, I

ENCHANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 P. Jtf. 25 CENTS. before you put It away. Have all the frequent stilting of the soil every dayor mum an It was yernclf u tould mo to

130 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. parts In place and everything where\ two and ono or two visits\ a day and put He uu It."

you can lay your hands on It when brushing' them from tho leaves were of Don't blame tho big fat man for tak. fi

wanted. Clean up tllt.Iawll, and do the most service/ This Insect Is very lug no much room. It U only his weigh.

MESEEKERS not put It away with oil In It Wrap It fond of the tobacco leaves all through "I'm always getting, put out," said tho ...,....:
..... ...... .. caudle. "1 \have "
.w'" up lu newspaper to keep It free from the growing season, from the small a right to sputter 4' .'

dust. I If It Is a tin lamp scrape the plants In the bed until frost comes In "A clairvoyant laid ihe would show t 1

I blistered paint out of the water pan the fall. All plants of the\ night shade me some ghosts of the past." "Well, t ,,

Who for mate! It clean and dry, and then give this Insect is found what of Itr "I told her .I had come MANUFACTURERS OF
are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned a family, feeding on; r
there and planked down good to
the i pun u fresh treat of Home good wa and It Is almost JmposHlblo to grow tho money ;
COY of theFlorida find out whether! 1 had a ghost of a future Doors Sash Blinds :
ter proof pill lit; In a work put on a second eggplant In this neighborhood without ," ,

coat If you only attend to these using paris green freely," writes a Mis- '

\little things as you should you will BOurl gardener to Meehan's Monthly Kef to (h* Pacclcr. Moulding & Building Material

East Coast Homeseeker. have a good clean! brooder to one when No. 185.-Crossword: June.

needed tend you will also nave money A Coverlnir For Tree Wound.. No. 18J.-Chinaweu'( Heads' Puzzle; Office A: Warerooms, King, opposite '

Best of all covering for all ordinary Triangle Cannon Street.Charlcston ,
No. 187.-Double Acrostic Prlinols,
purposes for wounds and bare places
Mark Twain; finals, Tom Sawyer Cronswordu S. C.
We have for It Is Just AH ImportantThat on trees Is common linseed oil paint,
lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and : 1, Marmot. 2. Apollo 3. lie- ,
according to an Orange Judd Farmer
\\ enrich and deem. 4. Kansas.: B. Topeka 6. War-
"ter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tbA United States. the fall you as In the spring.purify your At bloodIn this) writer. It Is easiest of all In application I saw. 7, Aviary 8. Icicle. 0. Nearer. Sash Weights Cord and

time, owing to decaying vegetation a It lasts for years on the dead No. 1 .-Charadel Churn-dash. ,

Apply ;Jaw water level, and other causes, there' wood. It does not kill the tender barkor No. 180.-Historical Arlthmofrophi Hardware >

toJAS. are disease germs all about us, and a check Its growing. George Wa. lnrton. 1. Nairn. 2. Rare ,

E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, weak and debilitated system quickly I 8. Gala. 4. Shine, II. west 0. Ion*.

FLORIDA EAST COAST R% yields to attacks of malaria, fevers, etc. Volcanic J rUltlonHAre 7. Itlgbt. 8, Growing. 0. Green. 10. Window and Fancy Glass

By purifying and enriching your blood grand, but SkiD Eruptions rob Gown. 11. Than. 12. !thone, 13.

.._= __ _ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. with Hood's Sarsaparilla you may buildup life of joy Bucklen's Arnica halve cures Onega. 14. Three A 'SPEOIALTY.Inlmetto '

your system to resist these dangers them; also Old running and Fever Bores, No. lOO.-IUddle Thyme (time).

as well as coughs, colds, pneumonia and Ulcers, Dolls, Felons, Corns, wart No. 101-Klngs We Know 1. Think- Drug Store, Daytona. ?

Pinelob the grip which come with colder weather. Cuts Bruises Burns, Scalds, ChappellIIand i lag 2. Jerking 3. Shrinking. 4. Smoking. .\ ,

Work Quickly Executed To be on the safe side, take Hood's Chilblains. Bent Pile cure on 5. Squeaking 0. Shirking. 7. '.

Sarsaparllla now, and always be sure it earth. Drives out Pains and aches. Shaking. 8. Joking. 'D. Quaking 10. Drugs medicines, chemicals,fine toilet ;

Is Hood's and not something .lie represented Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Ranking 11 Seeking. 12. I' elda,. 1:;. soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery anti '

AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE. I to he "just as good." Sold by F. S. Chaffee, Crugglst Checking. fancy toilet articles M In, great HUSTON varIety, propr.

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: 8 hJiA1nVXU ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 6, 1899.

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READING TELEPHONE.Editor CHARACTER. BY TITUSVILLE-GUN CLUB.' A Shave anda Carroll
On Tuesday morning/ the members of Hair Cut. ,
the above club met at their grounds near GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Have a greatdeal to do with the general of All
Indian hirer Adfonatf KiM
s the ice factory for the purpose of shooting ,
Dear Sir-The telephone, that familiar for the medal. The weather was appearance of a gentleman. AtCARRUTHER'S Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited

: little box-llke Instrument we see attach. rather unpropitlous, heavy winds. preventing Barber Shop TITUSVILLE, .
ed lo a large number of office walls. is a good score. At the termina- FLORIDA.E. .
an invention that I is useful for various tion of the match the score was as follows TITUSVILLE

purposes.. We think of It simply as a : None but experienced workmen are em-
BENJ. V// JEROME. means of bringing our friends. who may First match-25 birds, for medal; ployed and perfect satisfaction guaran- :I:..,. :se.: A:O Y' dz :e Rp

bo hundreds of miles. away, actually Farmer, 13; Branntng, 11; ..Jones 10; teed. Give us a call.J. .
within speaking distance; of doing away Pritchard, 0; Brady 7. Farmer won the L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. Groceries, Grain. flay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries Fr

State Representative PENNSYLVANIA with the space that Intervenes and trans medal. o And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal i ,
n
IRON WORKS CO., for mitting the sound of their voices to our Second match-23; birds. ; Brannlng, KIT" As an advertising medium, no Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing ,i ro"
the Sale of GLOVE GAS ENGINES, listening ears. But no one-not even 11; Brady, 9; Farmer, S; Prltchard. 7; paper on the East Coast can beat the the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your exclusively 1
Marino and Stationary. the INDIAN RIVEK ADVOCATE-ever Jones,5. ADVOCATE., Give ntf a trial advt., Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville patron ';
thinks of the telephone as a method for and be convinced of the pink paper'. ,
Selling/ ent COLMAN ACETYLENE determining character. Yet It is amus- Store Work for POIItmastera. worth. -
.
GAS MACHINES. Safest Cheapest ing and quite Instructive to observe the -
and Host light for jnivate dwell- manners of different people as they use : :
& Motlow
ings and store the telephone.The Beginning on Monday and continuingfor / Lesley <

systematic man-the man who thirty-five days, all out-going mails ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,
For prices, catalogues: and estimated, likes to Me things run with some sys- are to be carefully weighed; by Florida (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
address the offices. The .
tem-usually consults the directory which I postmasters at mailing
15ENJ W. JEROME, always hangs in the weighing Is to be done in detail, according and Domestic
Itockledge Fla. one certain attitude! ,same rings place"Central"in assumes to the classification, and a separate ...IjcL'wyore.. Foreign Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams; Gins and hIstlp
up
precisely the same manner, and speaks mall record kept of letters; newspapers and WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. '
in precisely the bags.
same tones that he always -
';' The Anheuser-Bsscli Brewing Asso'ion. has and always will; for he tele- UNITED STATES COURTS. A First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tables,

phones as he does. everything else, "witha A NORTHEAST STORM. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given
Fumouo St. Louis Keg and Bottled (leer.I system." :\ to Int<;
orders. Cash must order. LOSLEY &
I accompany your MOTLOW,
Titusville
Bold by Mem.I/wtey &: Motlow, Tltusvlllo. Fla.Ity A large portly man with independent I Pb
Furnishedfor
Mr.J.D.Crahl, C "oa.. Fla. mien, and most likely smoking a 2ct. Early Sunday morning last quite a ABSTRACTS of Title
c By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Tierce, Fla. cigar, rings with cureless, do-all'I-please heavy rain wind struck Titusville, and
air; throws one foot over the other, on Monday it was accompanied by heavy Lands in Brevard and Dade INSURANCE Protect Your

...JOSEPH ZAPF... rests his left elbow: over the battery box, rain, which continued nearly all day FIRE
turns lila countenance half from and night until Wednesday noon, when Counties. property Against
away It ceased until about three oclock. It -.;
j Wholesale Beer and the Instrument, and without removing -
Liquors. LIGHTNING:: :: 4Lnd
OYOLONES.I
his cigar, speaks as If he were con vera- then commenced again, and rained In- .
West Ing with someone at his elbow. When a cessantly; but lightly; until 5:00: p. m, We have a large List represent all the leading Fire Insurance, Companies, and the Mutual Lift
I' Bay Street, man telephones thus you may be certain when it cleared up. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. that he is a cattle kinir or president The heavy wind and rain raised the of Lands owned by Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

-----.- of any extensive brewing company, or river considerably, the water coming For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S.. SCIIUYLER
someone to whom the yellow metal within a few inches of the wharves. Our ourselves and clients. ,
Titusville
comes easily, and who sewers were taxed to their utmost capacity FlaJust
as easily parts
THE A. P. FRIES DRUG CO. with it. You will very likely meet him and as they failed to carry off all the Price for unimprovedlands [ --
driving a team (is two) of fast horses on rain that fell, some of our streets were
Wholesale and Retail the boulevard. He never worries over almost impassable for a while. '
; trouble'; is everybody's friend, and sincerely Street Commissioner W. R. Knox wasa $3 to $100 l ecei-red
believes In everybody's honesty. busy man, trying to get the streets in

DRUGS 'and MEDICINES Ho Is jovial, generous and kind-hearted. order. per acre. .
The nervous person talks very rapidly The strong wind blew the rain throughevery I ---:..-
in a high key and crack or crevice and we are told ,
keeps moving, drum- WE have a few Residence, Orange
4 129 East Street ming with his fingers there was hardly a residence or store in
his
Bay or tapping toe
against the floor, as If he were In haste town that was perfectly dry on Wednes Grove and Pineapple) Properties In desirable A lot of Harness, Buggy Whips,

r JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. and impatient on account of the tardy' day morning. However, we are pleasedto locations.; Prices Reasonable.
of the note that no material damage was
response at the other
party end of
l J. D. O'HERN the line. It is amusing to see the exceedingly done to property In this town. -L. Collars, Collar Pads and Riding
polite man respond to the In consequence of washouts along the TITUSVILLE .
Manager. shrill ring with a hurried "hello," then Florida East Coast Railroad between,, OFFIcE>; ; 1 and MIAMI.
Titusville and New Smyrna the Jacksonville
suddenly smile and give a slight start, ; Whips
changing his tone from the gruff, bus train failed to arrive here on Wednesday ,
r, For Sale. the strenuous efforts of
iness-like pitch to ; but'by
one more mild. It
shows that he has been unexpectedly Gcn'l. Supt. R. T. Goff ,and RoadmasterE. East Coast Meat Market t
Ben Carter assisted big force of
by a
; 'At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre addressed by one of the fair sex and is
"lots choice vegetable and orange lands. seeking to apologize for his gruffness by men far, who this worked all night,in the track, ::r.4 ..S. J?: J'rOE3: :.. ..: :c cSs SON
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal .an added gentleness of demeanor. as as place, was put shape so G. F. 'DUREN, Agent
that the Jacksonville train arrived
terms. Address, An ambitious man will say "hello" in .
a quick tone the here yesterday on time. As the track is Titusville Florida.
COUKTLAND BtJCKMAX, syllables sharply de e o ,
Fla. fined and a decided badly damaged; between Titusville and s:>>
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, primary accent on _
the latter, with a rising inflection and Sebastian this train did not go any fur- ro; = .
sudden stop at the end. This Is a thorough ther south, but returned to Jacksonville C> s:>>
business yesterday afternoon. The work train FURNITURE
man, always occupied
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Nurseries. with his own affairs and caring went south yesterday; and will repair =tv ,
Semi-Tropical very the road-bed it it is s:>>
little about the affairs of others. lie as moves along; so -
very likely has money invested in many probable that the northbound train from DRY GOODS SHOES
: ORLANDO, FLA. different enterprises, and Is constantly Miami and intermediate points will go f, ; ,
forming schemes for adding to his through; to-day (Friday). cop
a SPECIALTIES rv :- ital. The lawyer displays his inherent cap. Some of our old settlers say this week's cI2-; 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.00
Boono's Early the earliest and best
rainfall was the heaviest since 1878. So c vrr '
curiosity by invariably greeting the "
person 6" ;
Early $10.30No
Orange. who addresses him high is the river that the waves were .; pTitusville
'l. over the wire
Aurantlutn Pomelo the best GRAPE dashing right over the Indian River hotel ( Second Hand Furniture.)
FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE with :, "Hello; who is this?" And im wharf ; .Florida.l' .
yesterday.
i TREES. mediately after the close of an InterestIng

Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also conversation he is apt to surpriseyou Hair Mattresses Mattings Blue Flame Stoves Shades tti,
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, by Inquiring about something en- -Coun"ty Supt. J. II. Sams and son ,
Grafted Roses and Scupernong Grape tirely foreign to that topic, merely for left for home this morning by sailboat. NEAR & TAYLOR
the of Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
n vines. purpos obtaining information ,
that he -The town registration books are now
may store away for future ref- 1
James Mott, erence. open and in charge of Mr. C. S. Schuyler, ; : Artesian WellCONTRACTORS

G Box 170. Orlando, Fla. The leisurely individual, whose busi-! Register if you have not done so. ; When in ,
JACKSONVILLE
i Jly28oct28. ness or financial affairs never require -The usual monthly meeting of Bra 1 THE CLYDE
much of his.time, because he is not vard County Commissioners was held c i t i j visit air
possessed of either,steps to the telephonewith this week. Report will be published in : f 'kI
Grape Fruit a blase manner slowly draws his our next issue. Eau Gallic, Fla. The finest SALOON in the South.
hand out of his trousers pocket and
rings. It Is a long, excruciating wall

' 1 and Orange Trees. emitted pained by expression the electric to bell the and countenance it bringsa Annual Brevarcl Report County of Licenses, Fla. for WM. KNAUER, The best liquors that money can to n nof ]

of anyone who may happen to be within -

ear-shot. Then with a visible effort he Correction.In Wholesale dealer in all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
Grafted and Budded lifts his voice a very little and laboriously .
aM drawls out the senseless sentences which the annual report of licenses pub CAN':: c 'Y., Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export Beer.
he pours into the transmitter.No lished in the ADVOCATE of Sept. 20th, -
two people are alike and it is the 1889, an error was made In license Nor
, : on 4 and 5 year old sour orange roots. ;
way they do things that makes them Buy your candy from the Whole-
Grafts t to 1 inch diameter, 4 to 0 foot, different. So, by observing: the different 33.No.. 33, granted to Fee & Stewart, mer- sale Candy House. Call or
well branched. Thirty varieties now modes In which different people perform chants, Oct. 1st, 1808, to Oct. 1st, 1889; GAY BROTHERSPalatka '
red,. for delivery the very little duties in life, we may state, $0.00; county; $4.00. Total.$1 .50. write for prices.
easily see their leading characteristics. No. 105, F. S. Chaffee, druggist Oct.
The best trees In the State at Address:
any Great Falls, TULA V. CHAIN. 1st, 1808 to Oct. 1st, 1899);( state, $0.00;
pries. Those wanting a really fine article Montana. county, $3.00. Total, $9.00. Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
should write for prices at onoo, andengago Florida. GROCER
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
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trees for fall and winter planting. Where to stop in Titusville. See hotel

Tlisso trees are undoubtedly the PROCEEDINGS OF SCHOOL and boarding house advts., on 7th We\ make a Special Feature of our

1'' best In the state, address, BOARD. page. The Three Whys
f -Drink pure filtered water and keep Mail Order
"-1 At the regular meeting of the above I healthy. See those fine filters for sale by DepartmentKnowing

i O. W. CONNER Board this week, the following memberswere Claude Walton, agent, Titusville. KILL YOUR MOCKING
present: R. N. Andrews, John W, WHY BIRD
Ocklawaha Nurseries. Dixon and S. F. Gibbs; also County with stale food, when you can how difficult 1 It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIE
Reading notice ads. this buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send till
Superintendent Jno. U. Sams. Among on page us their orders with the assurance of having them
e.. OKI.AWAHA, FLORIDA. other business, the Board transactedwas ire live cents per line per week. .Food fresh every day at 25c per Ib ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactor;
the payment of teachers' salaries anywhere lOc extra to pay freight; I We carry, the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and ,a.

amounting to $200.; and other bills to The Orlando Nurseries WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
To The Deaf amount to $251.41))-Total, $451.49. when you can get a bottle of SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
The County Treasurer leports receipts Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran-
for last month Offer for November and December de teed to cure for 50o.
to
amounting $74.86
A lich lady, cured of her deafness and ; wary
livery 15,000) choice budded and
rants paid, 1(74.00( orange suffer from a splitting HEAD-
UAitMA! in the head by Dr. Nicholson's WHY
Teachers grape fruit trees; are four years old; sour E. A.
appointed Wm. 1). Brown WA.DDELL
when
;. Artificial Ear Drums; gave $10,000 to his stock. ACHE you can get a bottle ; .
orange 5,000 sure bearing
fig
principal, Titusvlllo school; Miss Bessie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ,
Iu Ututo, so that deaf people unable to
trees Peach Plum
Pear and Persimmon
,
Bryan, primary department, Titusvlllo cure in short order for lOc.
si ; you
the Ear Drums have them
procure may Miss Maude llardee trees all leading and best varieties. Miami City and Dade County _
Lotus Miss Ella
"; ; II. R. THOMAS Chemist and
free. Address No. 1134, The Institute, 25,000; camphor Druggist.
seed.
treeR"lmpol'ted
I." 780 : Avenue New York Brown, Eden; Mr. John D. Tooter, So- La Villa Pharmacy,
Eighth N, Y.
Everything carried) by ilrst-class .
b.utlan; Miss Lucia C. Brown, Courtenay; nursery.Wiitofor Jacksonville, I la. Real
prices, to Estate
Miss Jimmie China Canaveral; MUs BureauA
I'iurey Pineapple Slips and Suckers ] Susie Gladwin, Banyan; Miss Alice San- GKO.: II. WRIGHT,
' ; for Sale. deis Dixon's; Miss Beatrice Sanders, In- General Manager Orlando: Nurseries. Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto
dlauola; Mrs. C. T McCarty, Aukona. the name-and-date slip pasted upon Select List of BAY BISCAYNE b
Ordered that repairs bo made at the your paper or wrapper. If you are in PROPERTY City Lots, Fruit and Yegetab

Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, discretion of the Supei'Intondent at Wave- W. M. MOODY'S arrears, please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grope Lands 0

., Port Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Rod land, Couitenay, Malabar and White
Spaatab. Apply toMADDOCIC City. BARBER AGENTS WANTED.For "The Life and I Wtet t Coast__.._
SHOP.Close Achievements of Admiral "
IHswey. the world's -
.
& MATTUAMS- That if necessary house be rented at For
greatest naval hero. Hy Murat Halsteail, the Correspondence, enclose
"Palm Beach Pinery," Fort. Pierce to accommodate a part of IIfe.long friend and admirer of the nation's idol. stamps. Agent for
West Palm Beach, Fla. the Fort Pierce school, and that an assistant Uiegegt,!:{ and best book; over hlustration. ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, '
,l teacher be employed for said Inches; nearly 100 pages halftone Fertilizers, Chicago, I1L Chicago, H
to Indian River Hotel, Titusville. Only (1SO.\ Enormous demand. Hit commis.
school; also that the furniture at Spruce sinus tutdtfree. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Lank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
Orange Groves anti Lauds. Bluff be transferred to Fort Pierce. A share of y patronage{ solicited. ulclt. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
Caxton Bldg.,Chicago.
The Board fixed the apportionmentof

The public Is invited to inspect the salaries' of teachers and ordered that --- HJrwtLED t +
yotrag orange grove of C. T. McCarty In the tight to reduce tho apportionment, ESTABLISHED 1878. CLOCKS
Sec, 6, 'I'p.| 34, H, 40, west of the rail. if It should appear that the revenue will t -.Y _.. BATCHES; / ,

on way ass about yellow 5 miles hickory north ridge.of The St. Lucle oldest I not Dustless be closely crayon collected.will be purchased, to \JVrn.: .A. :aO-cr: S t CO. 4w.M _l

tress IB It was set May, '1)8) while most be furnished at cost to the schools. a IS.a.JeWelry Diamonds]
of MMMU wero set In Feb., '00. They Mr. Wm. Stung was appointed supervisor ,
GRAIN GARDEN
apeak for themselves. I have plenty of Cocoa school, vice Jno. M, San __ ,, SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. &4
1Iland around them reasonable\ den, resigned. ySoottnlrs,, Wedding Rings and PreseflW&
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prkm anti terms. -. 6 East Bay Street ,JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We .

I C. T. Ankona McCAivrv Fla.Please ANY COLOR CHEAPER than PAINT handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay, FBB WITCH aid JEWELRY BEPJlffllASPECIALTr.
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I U Cabots Creosote Stains. Prices Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and Suva '
'l and particulars on application to dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. .

write us whenever you fall to THOS. Co'WATTS & Co., Star Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Ground
Hone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of ibuuh.5ulphats l"otaahl.Kalolt1 eto. TheM fertallsre bare Spectacles and Eyeltlauea.! Charges J. MLB.
s roc 4%e the ADVOCATE. Jacksonville, Fla.: superior in the market,and a trial will ooorluoe. Send Catalogue free. no paid oneway; B.
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