Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075918/00041
 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 13, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075918:00041
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Victor Crescent, Cleveland Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write America's best for ft cents. 7 4tDr. -
Stearns, Wolff Tribune. Welts for -
tad Topics of General Interest.let prices and catalogues. for particulars Tuos.to C. WATTS & Co., W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, was Mr. J. W. Bruner, of Georgian! and WIIKRK to stop. See list of hotel on

F. W. BEEns, Jacksonville Fla. in town yesterday.Mr. Mrs. Annie Dixon of Cocoa, were married our 7th pages./
at 3:< o'clock Wednesday Oct.
Oonslp In connection St. Augustine. and Mrs. E. W. hall p. ,
General are visiting
and 11, 181)0!) the nuptial knot having been The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
with Bl.c yne Itay, Lake Worth, Indian, Secondhand.Yost. typewriter $2: .OO. -Do you filter your drinking, water 1?>> their orange grove at Faustina this tied by Mr. John Henry at the residence tho best hotels In Now York city.
Hallfa Riven, Keyellt week.
B anaoa and Point along theE -Saborosa Cigars three years on sale; of Mr. C. Bouknlght Titusvlllo. Where to stop In Titusvlllo. See hotel
and$11 other Brief mention of -Read "Notice to Contractors on try them. 7 4t Judge D. L. Gaulden has returned The wedding was a very 'l"letone, and and boarding houso advts.
Florida. on
t Count of our, 2nd page. From DeLand where ho has been attending was quito surprise to their many
Interesting KvenU from Various Part -Please send in your down-river Items court Friend; only about half a dozen of their pago
of the World} About People You Know NEW GINGHAMS at Gardner's. not later than Wednesdays.Mrs. most Intimate friend wore Informed of Illustrated folders of tho fine East

and People Society Ton Editor Don't and Know a large- Picked staff -Why nQ.t. smoke Fontella cigars: ? J. E. Farmer of Somerset, Ky., us Little that she Miss U Mabel now the Reynolds potmosMor Informs of a the coming event. The groom Is one of Coast atthoADVooATicofllco.hotels, etc., to be given away, free,
by Our Gcorglana a most substantial cltl1.t'nll.and Send two-cent
up Sold who married 1few weeks
everywflere. was
ago beautiful
the 7 -Jt
scattered along new bicycle.
of Correspondent joined her husband in Tltusville\ on Tues- the bride U one of the most highly stamp to pay postage. e
East Coast of Florida. -Miss Stella Halo returned to Miami day evening. -Rev. II. Kelgwln preached at the esteemed and best respected women on
yesterday. Presbyterian church Titusville on Sunday Indian River, whoro she has lived the Tho San Juan hotel, Orlando, Fla.,
ADVOCATE -After a visit to places in New Jersey last. Next day he left for Delay greater[ part of her llfo. Sho has one under the management of Mr. Harry L.
THE -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Richardson and and New Yoik Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wet- blight little daughter Winnie of live 1I"cl1\au.\ will open for tho season tomorrow
$1.50 per annum in advance.. daughter of Jacksonville have been in more, of this place will leave for home. -Mrs. C. F. Hasklns, of DeLand, who summers and Mr. Bruner has a son and Saturday.
$1.00 six months.I. Macon all the week, enjoying the Carnival They have been on a visit to friends in has been been visiting Mrs. W. M. Woodward daughter both grown up to manhoodand Mrs S. tho
: to foreign countries. for a week or so, returned homo Brady genial wife of Mr.
$2.00 per an. Norwich and other parts of Connecticut.Mr. this womanhood. They arc making Sam Brady, of the Travelers hotel Jacksonville .

-No finer citrus nursery stock in John McAlister, of Eau Gallic, morning. homes for themselves In the North. left on tho steamer Iroquois.,
jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents Florida than that advertised on our 8th Is in Jacksonville, working on his patent -Mr. Chas. A. Gardner has, this week Mr. and Mrs. Briinor loft hero yesterday Wednesday last, for Boston on visit
page by O. W. Conner Ocklawaha Fla. furnished to Mr. W. S. Branulng golden for Cocoa en route to their beautiful to her
line on this page. engine, wnlch In a short time bids fair a parents, whom" she has not seen
per 3rd Write him for prices.Mr. to revolutionize the gasoline engine lIe oak dresser,, white enamel beds, wicker sunny, Southern homo at Gcorglana, for some years.
fall to look at our page
-Do rockers etc. where will remain permanently.
interest. W. D. Brown of is very persevering, and deserves every they
where you will find something: of Grassy Cove The ADVOCATK joins the numerousfriends The College Aims hotel, DoLand, Is
Tenn., arrived in town Saturday, and on success. -Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bowen form- of the happy couple In hoiuty having u now wing of over 100 rooms

at Gardner's. Monday he was duly installed as principal -Mr. J. Arlington Gilbert| 'a well- erly of Jacksonville are In town guestsof congratulations and best wishes for all added. Tho hotel U beautifully situated
NEW GOODS of Titusville public school. known and popular property owner at the Indian River hotel, where they expect the ImpplnoNH and contentment that I 1M on a ,'IllI. and U an Ideal place to spend

People writing here for informationwill -Mr. Chas. T. McCrory, of Whlgham, Eau Gallic, is again at his summer homeat to stay about a month. to IInd In limo "state of weddedlists" the winter. The hotel and( Its surround

please enclose a stamp to insure a Ga., who has been in town for a time, Dayton, O., after a visit of a month -Miss Annie Bellows, of Danbuigh, ) in till life. ings are owned by Mr. John II. Stetson,

reply. looking after his orange grove and other with friends in St, Paul, Minn. Ga., spent a couple of days at the Indian of 1'hlladulphla.

Judge M. S. Jones who has been property, left for home on Tuesday. -No finer citrus nursery stock In River hotel, Titusville, on her way, to SAD DROWNING CASE. Mr. anti Mrs John S. Bowen arrived

holding court, at Kissimmee, returnedhome ODD TROUSERS, of which we have a Florida than that advertised on our Rth Hardeeville where she arrived on Satin- hem, Tuesday fiom White Spring, Fla.,
on Friday night last. bicand varied stock assorted patterns, page by O. W. Conner, Ocklawaha Fla. day afternoon.Mr. whole they havo boon enjoying n visit of

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton after will be sold at a bal' nln. Call and see Write him for prices. E. A. Watson, a well-known On Tuesday, about well-known 4 o'clock and, Mr. Roh- several weeks Mr. Ilowen was former
ort Carlisle a
spending a few days in DeLand, left for them at the EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE -Mrs. W. R. Copeland wife of Conductor resident of Miami who has been upending respected resident of Minis, while crossing manager Hotel of Hotel Plaolde, Jacksonville;
Jacksonville\ and other places. Titusville, Fla. 4 Copeland of the Tltusvillo-San- a couple of month or so at his old! Six Mile Clock with Jerome and Wlnilemeic, Chicago; Atlantic
Bench hotel Sullivan's
-Mrs. M. E. English; who has been -A fine boy, that tipped the scales at ford branch of Florida East Coast Ry., home Tuesday In Virginia en route to passed the former through hel'll. Ties Pollster, was th'ownod. They wore, Hotel Miami Miami, and Island other, hotels.S. C.;

spending,: several mouths in Jacksonville 121b*., recently made his appearance at came up from Fort Pierce, Wednesday place. I 11 teem, out for the |purpose of "round- We acknowledge a pleasant call.
returned home on Saturday last. the home of Mrs. N. F. Garcia, Jackson. to spend a few days in town with her -Mrs. J. A. McDonald, Miss Kitty Ing a nnd while swimming
ville. Mother and child are doing well. husband McDonald; Mrs. J. B. Rcllly two child- their horses acioH the creek Mr. Car- The Travelers hotel, Jacksonville no-
-Father Boyle has been in town a BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS negligee: Shirts ren and two nurses, who have been enjoying litile'M saddle girth bioko throwing him cording to Its register: still keeps up its
Mr1 Wm. M. of this
few days after a lengthened absence. Ills Brown place, Hats and odd trousers a visit to Jacksonville and St. off his homo Into the water and ho ills- ,teputatlon. Thin hotel-which Is man
left here Monday for Miami to attend to Shoes Caps; ,
friends always glad to see him. aged by tho
are popular Mrs. N. F. Garcia
many Augustine passed through ontliuly
business connected with the Bank of Gent's hosiery etc., at the EAGLE ,: here yt'ster- appealed ,
day en route to their homo The )Foaster that the creekIs Is looked upon as one of tho best two-
-Mr. M. D. Bartleson of Jacksonville, Bay Biscayne, of which he is president. CLOTHING' STOKE, Titusville, Fla. at Miami boys report
dollar-a-day houses In the
about ten feet ileep and whllo crossing south. Dur
this week doing ,
in town day or so ,
was business a for his firm. -Editor T. J. Appleyard and son. of -Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White of Rock. -Mrs. Chas. Biikner and bright little It, the homo plunged forward ns If It ing the diy will bo found Mr. S. Brady,
good the Sanford Chronicle and Daily Key ledge, who have been spending several daughter, 'Gertrude, who have been sojourning had been jerked, and Mr. Curlilo could the affable assistant-manager, at his post
-Miss Sallie Hall:, one of the most West Herald, werein town a short while months at Frankfort Mich., are now In ( In Jacksonville for several not be seen. attending to tho olllco duties and the patrons
popular young ladies in Titusville has on Wednesday, on their way to Key Galisburg 111., where they will remain weeks past, were among Tuesday's southbound On Tuesday afternoon ,Jeromo Feaster of the hotel. At night I will be
been visiting her brother .at Faustinathis West. until the end of this month, when they passengers, on their way home to and others came into town and obtained found another pleasant gentleman, Mr.

week. will\ return to Indian River. Jupiter. a row boat, whloh was used In hunting R. E.. Coloord, the room clerk, who Is

NEW GOODS. We have just receiveda chant-Mr.of Jacksonville O. L. Keene,,has a prominent returned home mer- -There will be grand doings: in Jack- -Mall Agent J. A. Collins and little for the body. After considerable search always ready to consign the weary traveler

beautiful stock of fashionable Negligee \ from New York where he left Mrs. sonville next month. Watch for the pi'o- son, of this place, have been on a sailing Ing,''the remains wore recovered near the to n /good I room and a delightfully

Shirts, Boys' School Suits, hats Keene to purchaso her fall stock, which gramme of Gala Week In the ADVOCATE.The I blip down Indian )River this week, having spot whore ho disappeared about 11 clean nnd restful bod.

caps, etc., at the EAGLE CLOTHING will be choice and very fashionable Jacksonville merchants are an energetic taken a much-needed vacation. They o'clock, Tuesday night. I Mr. Chailos A. Merrltt, proprietor of
STORE, Titusville Fla. and go-ahead class of people, and are on board the house-boat Esme, and Deceased WAR an old settler, aged about Morrltt's Placldo hotel and Mcirl't'
-Mrs. Frank Forster and little daughter ,: they are contributing liberally towards are having a good time fishing. Mr i 4.1\, and his many friends deplore his slid\ Hotel Hath bun, Is expected home the
-Mrs. C. J. Coggin of Rockledge of Orchid who have been spendingthe the coming grand event. Collins may go as far as Fort Pierce. ending. The funeral took place at LaGrange end of this weak Mr. Merritt has been
and Miss Annie Bellows of Washington summer with relatives at Kankakee cemetery Wednesday afternoon,
Ga., were among the pleasant callers at 111., left here Saturday last, en route -Mrs. W. R. Anno of Bartow, was In -Capt C. F. Fischer has just returned at 4 o'clock alar number of his friends on the an east extensive and went. business hIp through
this office last Fiiday.No home. Owing to the washouts on the i town from Saturday until Sunday, when to Brooklyn N. Y., after having pilotedthe following the cortege' to the grave. the Placldo During has boon Mr. Merrltt'sabsence
where she still U. S. steam yacht Wapiti to Beaufort ably conducted
for : re
railroad she had to make another stopat she left Miami
finer citrus nursery stock In daughter Mrs. Julian N. C. He has accepted the position by Mr. T. F. Hunter, who Is a
Florida than that advertised on our 8th Cocoa. mains A. visiting Mrs. Anno Informs us as captain on the steam yacht Half MoonIn BITTEN BY A RATTLESNAKE. most pleasant and obliging gontleman,

page by O. W. Conner Ocklawaha,. Fla. -Mrs. Walter R. Watson and little that Carpenter.she will\ probably move to Miami the U. S.' Marine Hospital Service and ls well other of by the guests. There
Write him for prices. son, who have been stopping in Palatkafor become settler.Mr and will soon leave New York for Noo- are two gentlemen who assistedMr.
and a permanent
Master Alex. Carllle son of Mr. An-
time arrived at the Indian. vltas Cuba where she will Hunter that deserve special men
-Mr. J. A. Spruill union baggage some past, perform day )
the and Mrs. Geo. is!. Robbins of drew Carlile, of LaGrange was bitten tlon viz. Mr. F. R. clerk
agent for the F. E. C., F. C. & P. and River hotel, Friday last, for purposeof service. while Dale room ;
spending two or three weeks here. this place, who have been'spending several by a rattlesnake Tuesday, cuttingsome and Mr. Norman K. Upp! utowaid; bothof
Plant railways, Jacksonville is said to Mrs. Watson's friends are pleased to weeks In Philadelphia are now at I -Mrs. S. II. Happorsett and two child- palmetto I leaves, In front of the whom have made many filends during,
be the right man in the right place, as see her here again.Mr. the residence of Capt. and Mrs. R. P. who have been spending the summer LaGrange School-house. The snake bit the time they have born at tho I'laclde
he is extremely obliging and courteousto Paddlson, at Point Caswell, N. C., but with relatives Urbana, 0., New York, him just above tho shoe, and while a through their genial characterlHts.Wo .
the traveling public.Mr. G. Carey-Elwes a former well- will soon leave for Titusville. While Brooklyn and other places stopped over messenger wax sent to Titusvlllo for Dr.B. .
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Henry Burns, the well-known known and popular resident of Titus- away Mr. Robbins secured quite an Important with her parents-Mr. and Mrs: J. II. R. Wilson, Carllle had the presence of
and popular Florida passenger agent/ of ville who has been with the United law suit case, which Involves a Rollins-at Orlando, for two weeks, en mind to ont open the part bitten and want to draw the attention of
the Georgia Southern & Fonda Uy. Co., States Army in Cuba for several months, sum of about 10000. route home to West Palm Beach where allow It to blood freely. The palmettoi-H our numerous readers along the East
whose headquarters is in Jacksonville, will probably arrive here this or next the 'arrived Tuesday evening much to whore the snake lay concealed were sot Coast and throughout tho state In gen
las been in Macon this week attending week from Orlando to spend fortnight/ f-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Laesch and the delight of her husband. Mrs Happersett on fire and the rattlesnake was run out eral, to Limo advis. of the live and energetic
the Carnival and meeting his numerous or so at the Indian River hotel. :Mr. daughter prominent residents of Adrian, took }home with her a very tame and killed.\ business men who are bidding for
friends. Elwos has retired from the army. )[jch., who were guests of the Indian and amusing little monkey.Mr. Dr. Wilson was on the spot HS quickly share of your )putronago In tho columns
River hotel Tltusvllle, for a few days as possible to attend to the sufferer, and of tho A D vac AT K. If you are In needof
i THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE TI. left for their newly-purchased winter and Mrs John J. Hayden, after
-Attorney-General W. B. Lamar late I'el'orlllsay Cailllo |18 getttlng along any particular lino of goods, the pink
after enjoying a visit of a couple of tusville\ has the' largest and mont home south of Cocoanut.Grove on'Monday spending the summer at various places nicely, wltli strong hopes of recovery paper will toll: you the best place to buy
months or so at Asheville, Henderson- fashionable stock' of gents' clothing afternoon. We acknowledge a Iorth. paused through Titusvlllo Tues fiorn the bite. them. Road the ads.
ville and other places in North Carolina hats caps, etc., on the East Coast of pleasant call. day, on their way to their homo at
returned to Tallahassee Florida Cocoanut Grove. They were accompanied
on Monday,
much benefitted in health from his trip -Mr. Gus Anthony, of West Palm by one of Boston's charming young CHURCH NOTICES. A Beautiful and Valuable Home
who has been
Ed. Fitzgerald
to the mountains. -Mr. Beach who has been on a pleasure trip ladies-Miss Woodall. In conversation -
managing: : the editorial department 'of to New York the mountains of North with an ADVOCATE representative they TirtiHVlLLE-Rev. John A. Hughes: for Halo at n Harguln,

-The Brewery. 010 West Bay street the Key West Herald during the absenceof Carolina and Georgia/ passed through said they were glad to get away from will preach nt tho Piesbyterian church, -

Jacksonvjllo, managed by Mr. John F. Editor T.. J. Appleyard arrived in here Sunday, en route homo. Ills sister, the cold weather to get back In the beau. morning and evening on Sunday At Mlcco, on Indian river, Fla., consisting .
Munch, ; with Mr. Lawrence Canova as town Sunday and left next day for San-. Miss Leila, who has been spending the tlful sunshine of Bay lllscayne. of 10} acres, a well built two-
HI rile-
assIstant, is one of the most orderly and ford. Mr. Fitzgerald was among those summer JVashlngton and other places Gr.OIlOIANA-Tho pastor, A, C. houso 7
rooms a twostorYltorehlllldlnJ
respectable saloons the who have been stricken with yellow accompanied him south. field, will, D. V., preach next Sabbath story ;
in that part of In Georgia, WE HAVE ON HAND superb lino of and (, 8x32ft.: ., handsome,front lawn,
city. When in the metropolis, do not fever which ho says Is of a very mild -Rev. John A. Hughes, of this place Fall and Winter Fabrics for men's garments morning evening.SHIPPING shaded by palm trees; 1300 foot dock;
rail: in Sanford for .
to will a
(jive them a call as will find lIe stop which Include the'
type. most
you who has been spending about six weeks extensive 2.V budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit -
finest everything sold at the Brewery of the while. with his wife and family at Gildersleeve, line of merchant tailor cloths on CATTLE. trees; 1W) sour trees, ready to bud;

prices.quality, combined with reasonable -Mr. J. B. Parkinson a well-known Con D., Providence, R. I., and other this coast' Also odd trousers, hats, MX( young nursery stock; artesian well

resident of Daytona, who holds the responsible place: returned here on Tuesday accom.panted caps shoes, etc, Mr K. O, Morgan and his son-in-law 1,200:! feet galvanized pipe distributedover
position of superintendent of by his wife and three brightlook'ing EAGLE CLOTHING 8route.!: Mr. E. L. Fort Raiwongor, place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples
Launch For: Sale. public schools for Volusia county, stopped little sons. Mr. Hughes/ has rented Titusville, Fla. were In town a sort while ou Tuesday ; u few hundred Porto Rico pineapple .

over here from Monday until Tues the residence In South Tltuivllle, ownedby In convflraatlon'with an AUVOCATK representative plants; railroad station on west

In first-class running condition a bar- day en route to May town. to visit one Rev. Kidney Wilbur, who is enjoyinga they said they had just arrived line of this place; tramway running to
gain. Dimensions: 36 feet overall; ; 32 of his schools. He usually drives there visit north. A Beautiful Winter Homo fion Tampa, after shipping 800) river front on the east. This place to be.
keel from Daytona but he preferred getting head of cattle to Cuba. Misses appreciated must be seen. The very
9J, feet beam Morgan
; ; 28 inches draft. -Mr. II. S. Kealhofer general freight
aft there by train this time, owing to handsomest {,lace on the river. The
; horse power Daimler motor; speed, flat-woods being covered with water agent: of the F. E. C. Ky., of St. Augustine For sale very cheap on east lido of and Lesley and Mrs. Lesley and baby land I i. of the best hammock. Orange
8 the their to Fort Pierce from
rout miles an hour; has large carry was In town from Monday until Uobe Hound Indian River; oppositestore were on way ,
the recent heavy rain We acknowledge trees nearly all In bearing now.
from which had to drive across
place they
capacity for passengers or freight; call. Tuesday, and gave our ofllce a pleasant lulluIII"e and eXI'I'l'lIlotllco| : ; about Apply to D. L. QAULDKN, Atty.,
the Canopies, and seated from stem to stein, a pleasant call lie was: on his way south attending 1.1 acres lau ft. liver !amLAtlantlo oceanfront country for: sixty miles erA they could Tltusvllle Fla.Do .
latter cu hioned. Fittings: anchol'lIcab1 to business for his company. Mr*. : ; seven rooms bath and screened reach their home. ,
"W s all complete and lu g M>d A New Store. Kealhofer and children joined Mr. Keal- verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill On Tuesday evening eight carload of

inrTv.For' full particulars and price, hofer at Titiisville, Wednesday, and all and large tank. Good wharf and ware cattle arrived In Titusville lion Oteen, You Want to Spend The

to Mr. II. Spell has located a new' store left for Eau Gallic, to spend a day or house; alto 4-room bathhouse on ocean enroute to Cuba. Winter In Florida?

JI.1A.CIIATTtE. in the building south of the J., T. & two. beach }mile from residence Cocoanut
lobe Sound Dade Co., 'Ia. K. W. Ry., where he Is prepared to sell and ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated laeon Itanemlwn Adruoat.. -

stationery, utensils, soda water, cider To Kent, r booklet, price, etc., to If so, J. A, Gilbert, of 414: East 2nd

Fop Sale Cheap. and other drinks. He will repair your CIIAB R. SEUJKANTHON, MACON ClIAMIIKKH OK C'OMMEKCJC, St., Dayton, 0., can supply you with
TU1 Jackson furnished cottage situated at Eau Gallic .
him : Building, ,
Give a
latest style.
In the 11 .
hoes GA. 18iK
Trucking land on Indian River, opposite Nashville, Tend. MACON Fla The mOlt beautiful location on r
broom furniture of every kind Oak Suites call. Jensen; bearing cocoanut on premise Kdllur Indian River Advocate i the whole Indian River and directly opposite
Crockery and Mattresses of *; safest spot; best land. Apply to the mouth of the Banana River,
C15rlorquallty, chairs etc. Low prices. Wanted. W. C. Sneden, Waveland, Fla. l W.UIT&n-A good salesman and col. Dear Sir :-The Chamber Martin of Commerce the moat famous fishing ground on the .Ii{t
on y. Addre.s ; lector In Brevard county. Good po.l- through Prof. E. L. has East Coast of Florida. For further particular ;I
: Pro W. R. CAMPBELL, Experienced party In stock raising tloQ to right man. Apply at once elected you a non-resident member.. A apply either to J, A. Gilbert ;
p r Bellevue Hotel, Melbourne, Fla wants a partner with capital to start a Wanted Sewing.Gentlemen's SINOKH Mm. Co., cordial Invitation is extended to you to Dayton 0., or to J. E. M. Hodgson, of "
South Florida best loca- make Its rooms your headquarter whileIn "S
cattle ranch in ; Jacksonville, FJa. Eau Gallic, Fla. If
cation In the state. Address, Clothing neatly repaired. Macon attending the Third Annual
; *"""" *
Pet Stock For Sale. W. care ADVOCATE MRS. R. C. SCBIMOEOUB ( Carnival.

& TitOl1'll1eF1a. T11usyille: Fla. Treed. Want and Flower GEO. A. SMITH, Preldent. Tltusvllle Laundry. '
r bl! .ne1' igeons- son and fancy cage .: y GKO. KKTCIIUU, Secretary.No -

PIg.;'"' I...its black, Belgian I haro.,.)guinea The San Mateo Cigar, Empty Sugar and Rice Carrel Now I I. the season for beautifying your Mr. Geo. Cook, of Tltuivllle, II now I t
IDl and yellow.rat*; fly. home Send and get a copy of our new floor citrus nursery stock la prepared to do laundry work of every r
&lid 1 end, fox squirrels, all gentle Florida- Tobacco For sale Address catalogue. just lamed. Florida than that advertised on our 8th description. All work guaranteH.
AddrI bfit pure lPrice Hit free. All East Pure Coast Grown WALTER !MOORS A. L. HATCH, by O. W. Conner Ocklawaha, Fla. Leave your washing at G. F. ')uren'.

E. H.Jacksonville ARMSTRONG Fla. No better made; try them. 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. Rockledge, Fla. Write biro for price corner store opposite ADVOCATE office.r" \-

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e w second commissioner's district on th'e Vero. A Hindoo believing In the transmfgra' NEW CROP SEES: :
north and make the said north line'to .... of soul

R'Vf correspond with the north line of precinct Last week an old-saw mill shed at this 'i,I.Fate !noeecausi For Fall and Winter Sowing.

No. 2 to begin on southwest corner 4"ffi" .\EVw "> In destroyingmm ;
f: place burned. The fire melted the. telegraph <
fDl D"O of township 21 south, range 34 east, wires, and thin of course stopped / \ 'iw he even might a worm bt Finest stocks. of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden ;t&t

thence run east to southwest corner of all telegraphic communication south of r destroying the Valentino Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida
southeast J of southeast i of section 3.1
Sebastian. One of our residents notified boccupied Rust Proof Oats.
: township 21, range 85, thence north foreman Section 25: and also stoppedthe by an ances
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'r p ylSl mile,, thence east to northeast corner of southbound mall and told the engineer C4( coming tor. A traveler Write for price list.

''tt4IJ/1'f9 cl Jt I southeast I of southeast i of same section of the facts. The fire was supposedto ..;( the Brahmin npon L. CAMERON Seedsman,

I north to Indian River, thence east one have caught from a, fire made by a taking his vegetable .
mile, thence south | mile to townshipline meal, 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:>' ." .JOQOP tramp.
MAU/ A.re 1 told him it
aovec A P Ptt tic thence east on township to Atlan- J /--'- r. : impossible waf to --=

t J; ocean. Fort Pierce. avoid destruc GEORGE MARX. JOHN [ARX.1VI.AR.
r.:: Advertisement was made to receive tion of animal .
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f "- 'E"' -:;::' bids for the following work:' To build a x life aid, to
%- 'i-< lighter to be delivered at Sebastian river We have been baring Incessant heavy prove a it microscope focused BROS.,

where the ferry is at present located, rains since Monday accompanied by very on the Wholesale Dealers In

,T ry F ME bids to be received by the board until 12 high winds, which has raised the river a __ fruit the Brahmin .

I noon on the first Tuesday in November. good deal. Business has been at a standstill was eating. That pious person drew GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,, .
back horrified at the living forms he .
Length of lighter 30 feet, width 12 feet, for the past week. What did he do? Throw away the fruit?

depth 10 Inches, bottom of IJxO lumber, Mr. W. J. Tucker paid Titusville a visit Not he I He smashed the microscopeand 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,

deck 2x6, two bulkheads 2x10, band of several days last week. went on with his meal.
E rails three feet high, to have four staunch- There are people who are suffering J nckson.F: or1d.n.
to the recent Inclemency of the
Owing with weak lungs. They have an obsti-
Ions on each side, two coats of copper. weather, there was no school during the nate cough, are weak, emaciated, hope ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
paint on bottom and sides and two coats most of last week. less. They have been taught there's no ,

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of paint on deck, twelve-Inch. wide copperor hope for them. Some one puts into their -
5 Born, at the residence of )Ir. and Mrs.T. hands one of Dr. Pierce's books or advertisements and
kinds of Seed Potatoes
yellow metal sheeting on the edges of We are headquarters for all Eating and Cow Pear
PROCEEDINGS. bottom. All lumber to be of first-class: Bevlll, a fine girl, on the morning of and through this medium guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
September 30tb. they see healthy, happy men and women, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
heart and all with
pine fastenlnge gal- who declare that their lungs had been
The Board of County Commissioners vanized nails. The board reserves the Mr. Fee, of :Melbourne, Is putting upa weak,,they had'been racked by coughs, MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

met pursuant to adjournment. Present: right to reject all bids,-[Read the ad. windmill, at St. Lucie, for the Quay's. and had been emaciated, feeble, hopeless, nr- We only Sell to Dealers.
were positively and J
J. R. Walker, chairman; J. :Mendel, J. In 4th column, second page of the AD Adrianfiamploarrivedhome, this week, cured by Dr. Pierce's .Golden'permanently Medical -

Houston, Wm. IT. Sharpe, and J. N. VOCATE.] from North Carolina where he has beenon Discovery. These cures can be numbered

Waller; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. Ordered that In the case of tho petition a visit to his folk by scores of thousands: /

BroWn, sheriff, of citizens of Merritts Island for re- Are you sick? Will you throw asidethe John B Stetson University
advertisement, break the microscope,
t The following business was transacted duction of taxes for reasons stated, while On the tenthof, December, 1807, Rev. or will you make one effort for health? ,

to-wit: The minutes of last meeting the Board feels the equity of the prayer S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. Church, Write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, at Buffalo,

were read and confirmed. of the petition we cannot now, under South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contracted a N. Y. There is no charge for consulta- Demand Florida.
severe cold which was attended from ,
There not appearing any objections to the law, at this meeting reduce any valuation the beginning by violent coughing. lIe answer tion by, .letter.with fatherly You'll sympathy get a, prompt and .

the road its viewer! from Woodley to fixed by the assessor except on the says: "After resorting to a number of medical skill combihed. For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins

Fort Drum, via Klondike settlement, theN ground of errors in his assessment.Mrs. so-called 'specifics,' usually kept in the There is no alcohol or other stimulant

same was declared a public road. O. W. Brooks was placed on the house Chamberlain's, to no purpose Couch, I purchased Remedy a which bottleof In Golden Medical Discovery." October 3rd. Send for Catalogue;:

.No objections appearing to the road pauper list at $10 per month. noted like charm.: I mo cheerfully

'. from Smith's north line to south line of The supervisor of roads made his recommend it to the public." For sale In the heart of George Yanderbllt's College, Academic, Normal! Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious

s Brevard county, as viewed and laid out, monthly report for September, whichwas by all Druggists, and medicine dealer estate, near Asheville, l is a plot owned Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian .water, etc., Insuring .
the same was declared n public road. examined and approved.The by an old Negro, who lives there and
healthfulness heated by steam throughout faculty of 22
The bond of A, S. Dixon for contract tax books for 1809!)! were taken up Sebastian.The refuses to sell. He says be has been perfect ; buildings ;

21 for $78.50 was approved. Also that and examined; tlin same were found cor- bothered all his life by bad 'neighbors, trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing Information.

'$1,740. and a warrant Issued'to the tax collectorof twenty Inches Monday and Tuesday. not move. '

R' It was ordered that Lizzie Tucker's Brevard county to collect the taxes
Tramps set fire to the old mill ,shed: at C"a.AS.: R:: 3LiTJ3 E .cSc C C.
allowance bo again $ O.per month, as accordingly.The Notice To Contractors. : ,
Vero, Tuesday, and burned up all the
there was a very strong petition presented following bills were passed and DEALERS IN -
the blaze burned the
the Board' from the citizens of TitusTille ordered to be paid : property, ; telegraph BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
wire down. SEPARATE of County Commissioners up to 12 F1.n.e Wines aiid Ll.Q.u.ors: ,
k to that effect. W II Sharpe. county com'r, . .* 700 o'clock noon the first Tuesday November,

M The County Treasurer made his monthly I J Mendel,- "' ,. 440 Miss Madle Cason .left here, Saturday, for'To the build following a Lighter;:works to: be delivered.at Bebas- {17, ft 419 W. Bay St.,

s statement on the different funds of J R Walker, . 400 for Ojus, in Dadecounty, to teach schoolat talc River, where the present Ferry Is located. JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.
Length, of Lighter to be 30 feet width 12 feet .r ,
that point. Miss Cason will be great
F 1 tho county, which was examined and ap JN Waller, . ? 2340 depth Inches; bottom of IX by 8 lumber, deck
proved.. The Treasurer also had a certificate J Houston, . 13 20 ly missed in the Sunday school work. of 2x6; 2 bulkheads 2x16; Fendrallg 3 feet high;
inches wide; copper or n etal sheeting on the .., .. -- Bombarding Dewey
attached to his report showing A A Stewart, recording tax sale 0 64 Out of a fleet of about twenty:fish edges: of bottom. 2 coats of copper paint on 1 ,

4, his balances were on deposit at the Indian A A Stewart, clerk Co. Cpm'rs... 112 75 boats, only .tbree'were left afloat on the All bottom lun ber and to sides be first-class and 2 coats heart of paint pine ou and decks.all _a_ With good when -Sam is

River State bank. A A Stewart, accountant. 15 00 Wednesday after the heavy wind and fastenings: with galvanized nails. 4 ter- t, preparing'' to do he reaches
To and the outside of Courthouse. .
scrape paint : this side of the pond. There will
'i Petitions from C. W. Crabb,G. Muller, T.J Cockshutt, reglstjn? officer... 10 41 rain pf Monday and Tuesday. Paint to be of White Lead and Linseed Oil; "t i be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
the body of the house to be painted white with
% R. Motlow and W. J. Tucker, to sell D Cain, ferryman .,. ... . '.' G 00 School opened Monday'the 2nd ,,Inst, red trimmings and the shades to be painted Burgundy, or any other that flows

I", wines, beers and liquors in election) R Conkling ferryman. . . 600 with Professor Tetbam in charge. 'Prof. green.To. place. nine new window sash In the Court-' M+ in his honor that will\ be purer,

: district No. 4, were med with the A A Ford, fish warden . 40 00 Tetham' has been teaching In Florida house room. New threshhold at West door. 1- higher grade, or of more exquisite
/ To repair and put In perfect order all blinds y boquet than what you will find In
: Board, final action to be had on the same J Henry, Com. as Co treasurer. 71 55 schools for about 10 years, and we are and furnish new ones where needed.To F r; our superior stock at all times.

',: the, first Tuesday in Nov., 1809! at 2:30: J Henry, blanks for county judge 3 00 sure that he will please the people. to Courthouse.put new Doors at front and back entrance i.. *-, Our stock of fine wines, whiskies

l. p., m. TT.Wetmol.eloe. . ... . . 300 The yacht, Ladye Agnes, rode out the To replace windows on lower floor where need and beers are unexcelled.
ed from the above.
with of those
: The report of the County Judge for licenses D[ L Gaulden, county judge, 25: 00 storm, anchored near' the pier. Faber The Hoard reserves to ttsell the right to reject 23T Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State

; Issued during September was ap M Goldsmith, prosecuting att'y. 38'33 Bros., of City Point, In their cat any, and all bid. J. R. WALKER, express prepaid, for $3.20.,

t' proved.On Tltusvillo Electric Light Co. . 0 00 the Mystery, rode out the gale boat'l. Chairman Hoard of County vJoinmlsbioners,

;. petition of Geo. E. Coon, et al, for J Mendel, copying minutes . 5 00 .

a public road from Spruce Bluff to Jon. J P Brown, waiting on board. 4 00 During the winter of 1807\ Mr. James Proclamation of Election, For ESTABLISHED 1880.

? son, tho Board appointed H. A. Haidee, J P Brown, waiting on clrc't c'rt 4 00 Reed, one of the leading' citizens and The Town of Titusville.

l\ J. E. Fultz' and J. 6. Fries* to mark, J P Brown, jailor . . . 30 00 merchants, Clay, ,Clay Co., W. Va.,
struck his leg against a cake of Ice In :Bond Lumber Co.
?: view and lay out the same and make J P Brown, feeding county dogs. 2 00 such manner as to bruise It severely.I AN ELECTION Monday to be held at ,
Court House on the 23rd of lc
;\l their report to the Board In November JPB1'ownjanitor. . . B 00 It became very much swollen and pained tober, iwm!! ,between the hours of 8 a. m. and
1"',. J. Mciulol having been appointed at D L Gaulden, insanity 2 00 him so badly that he could not walk e p. m., to elect: Manufacturers of and Dealers In

': the last meeting of the Board to have J P Brown, f4 . 3119 without the aid of crutches. He was Marshall A ;Mayor. and, Collector of Taxes,
Created by physician, also used several A Clerk and Treasurer, LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
Homo work done tho Court-house "
on not J P Brown, . 1 60 kinds of liniment and two and aa- half An Assessor of Taxes, ,
being able to do so, ho referred the same J (} Bast, 't . 3 50 gallons of whiskey in[ bathing it, but and three Aldermen. ,

back to the Board, when tho following J R Walker, cot for jail . . 2 CO nothing/ gave any relief until he began Elections The following O. ....pursonsare Huron, O. R.appointed Stewart.Judges Geo. WScoble. of. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
', order using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This and Jas. Goldsmith clerk of election. and Vegetable Crates. Wo solicit correspondence.
was passed to advertise for bids ADVOCATE, publishing license list !0 S3 A.BRADY, Mayor. .
; for tho following work: A Froscher, coffin for pauper. 10 00 brought week's,: time almost and a he complete believes that cure had In he a Titusville Sept. 22,1809.Executor's!! Saw, Planing! and Shingle Mills DeLand at Bonds and Wills Titusville., on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

'k' To scrape and pnlnt the outside of F S Chance, medicine for paupers '7 45 not used this remedy his \\es! would have .

y I;, Court-house, paint to be white lead and B U'Wilson, attending pauper. 0 00 had to bo amputated. Pain Balm U Notice.TVTOTICK .

' ; linseed oil. The body of the house to Jerry Smith\ nursing pauper . 8 00 unequall'llspl.ltlna. braises and rheuma -
: tism. For sale by till Druggists and all whom It H. A. HODGES.
Is hereby given to
bo white with red may
trimmings blinds to .
; Downey, ? I 000) medicine dealers. l\. concern that six months from this date i ...
. ,'. be painted green; to place now window Pauper account . . 105' 00 the undersigned will present to lion n.J.. MANUFACTURER OF

Bash in the Couet-houso room, a new J y Woolen, four fifths commission Oanlilen.Florida Ills County final report Judge account"of Hrevard and vouchers county, and Yellow Pine Lumber
..Cypress ..
touellierwi'li hiM petition for tllioharjre
) threshold at tho west door to put in for 180!) executor
or.der ,as assessor . 705 52JF I of the )last will and testament of Emily
:, all window blinds, and put new ones Woolen, balance commission! A. Reynolds,deceased. ROUGH AND DRESSED Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
I where needed to doors Miss Bessie has Grant Dat. rt at Fort 'fierce Florida, this 8th day of : Any one contemplating shedding their'pineapples or or building in
i ; put put now at as assessor for 1807 . . 1)340 Hopkins gone to A. D. 1890.! oranges
where she has taken charge the June any part, of Florida, would do well to wt-ite for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
the front and back to publlo
; ro-placo: now windows J F Woolen, a rloult'l statistiCH.DS\ CO 75 R. 8. REYNOLDS,
school. We wish her success. Executor Estate: of Buffalo Bluff, nel'alatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
on lower lloor ,where needed, to J 0 )Frieseupeeinteudontof roads 58 20 A. Reynolds, deceased.Emily part of the East C ast. Address: II. A. HODGES; Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
uso sash from tho upper floor,. [Sea ad., J P Menaol, 1 part: payment of contract Our public school is again,: open, with C. T. McCarty t

"Notlco To Contractors," on this page.] 17, dist'letNo 1. , 800 00 Miss Sue Hopkins again us teacher. Attorney for Executor %. junt66moMaster's

On petition of C. M. Norton, et el., to J P Brown, feeding prisoners 20 00 Miss Jennie Miller has It'ne'to Eau: SAW AND n.ANIKU MILLS JACKSONVILLE- YA1SII
Gallic to take charge of the public 1'nlatka, Fla. K. Hay St., :Foot of Catherine.
change public road from township 21 J P Brown, cilmlnal prosecution. 2:!! 00 school. We know the little folks will Sale

and :25! i to Goodyoar's lane, tho Board appointed A A Stewart, 1 28DISTINCT bo well pleased with their new teacher. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
T, It. Sanders, A, 11. Carter and NO. 3. UNDER and by virtue of a final decree of
The Literary Club recently held Its rendered by the Hon. MilloI' S. ,
J. O. Fries to mark, view and lay out the A Cleveland, account contract 23 MOO meeting at the homo of Mrs. Frank Fee. lone .indue\ of the Circuit Court In and
for liravard }'Iorlda.oll the IItlt of Manufacturers
t County day of .
same and make their report ou tho first Town of Cocoa, proportion of road The deb.ito: by the Mesdames C. J. F. S"l'tl'lIIber.18J\1: In a certain cause in chancery -

,; Tuesday In, November. taxlWW. . ., 14881 Campbell and Frank Fee Mills 'fllPPOI' therein pending In said court, wherein Kate
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: and R. .A, Conkllug and the music Vrii.k Is romi'lalnunt and William Ii Frink Lumber
; on # Cypress and Lath. *{
: Permits wore granted the following It J Stewart, account contract 0, 85 00 the guitar by the Misses Llllle Robertson an Stewart administrator et al. are of defendants the estate will.as of Catherine special Shingles, i

persons to carry repeating rifles: J, L. I A S Dixon, payment contract 21. 40 50 Annie 1<:. Gooile, and the Messrs. master In chancery, well for cash to the highest

.,\ Lyman, A. A. Ford, J. 1>. Crabb, J, p. iNN Penny, assistance to surveyor 2 00 Joseph Conkling, S. A. Marten and and best bidder on the A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles: ,

Cooper, John M, Jouos, S. S. Jones W E Chandler, 4' 2 00 Claude Doaujeaq was good. FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER I 18U9, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress

The road report of J, O. Fries, N N. C L Stewart, road work '.. 85: 00 Died, on the 1st Instant, little Jenn, sales being day the,6th between day of the sail legal month hours, and of sale a legal in mouldings of all patterns a specialty.)

Penny and W. E. Chandler was received U K Mlms, account contract :24.. 100 001USTU1CT daughter of Mr and Mrs. Chas. '1'. Me- front of the court house door In Tltnsvllle When at home, write us for prices; when up our waY come and see us.
and and : Bilde. The family have our heiutfcl Nrevard County, all 'he followlde describedreal
: notices
i approved, ordered to be KO. 4, sympathy estate, to-wit All the following! land lying -- -- __n_ ____ -
pouted according to law, R A Hardno, contract 13, on acct :50> ,00SFGIbba The llttllo lone chair In lug Brevard on the west County bounds Florida of Dalunoy" to-wit:Avenue(olUl\1enc.at a
Ordered that N. Downey bo allowed \ II 12, II II SO 00 In the corner there stone post running) westerly 114 feet more or i FOR $3.20.
$!UX for caring for Ira S F Gibbs, repairing Eau Gallic 1*. empty all the day, less, to a stone post, being the Northwest cor'! .
Ciosby, n pauper bridge: . . . 15'04S For aa angel of light ner of a lot heretofore sold to Miss Kate andHarry
t Ordered) that. Came to earth Sunday night running thence North Twenty fees, Sent us will!
JCIry'Smith be allowed Ever 19 by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, we
F Gibbs, contract 30 . 4500 And took our iweet baby away .thence East!: 114 feet more or less, to the West send .
i' $3.00) for taking care of L. Eaufalla, a U A Conkling, l'oplll'lnferry./ . 4420 Hut the mlle of her face, I bounds Iielanoy: A\'enuet thence South twenty you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
G F PaddUou, lumber for bridge 5 30 The prattle and feet to the place of \ UII', and bounded on FOUR
\ pauper. / grace. lands of Kate and FULL QUARTSOf
I the South by Harry Eer,
On motion, the following assessmentswere FECfly, :3 cars shell . . 40& 50 A With IIlI heaven the BunstUiia iiiunt hit has gone from our home; the East: liv'Uolanoy Avenue, and on the North
Much and West !hv lands of U. K:. Wood. Liszie Wood
changed: A. Cox, section 0, town- DISTRICT NO. 5. fairer to gee his wife and Addla M. Wood and recorded in the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
Bevll & Nelson, contract 31 70 00 Since heaven hu got back Its own. Krevard County, Florida\ March 21st 1891. in
fchlp 37, range11, acres, 1, value $200, Dlttmar Davis, lumber, . 5 :32 Hook"I": page ISO.
changed) to $100; W. C. Ilaulorson, section The Board adjourned to meet again the The firm of William Shirley .t. Son, Special OEO.Master M. ROUHIXS.In Chancery. Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

i), township 30, range 41, acres 4, value first Tuesday In November whlqh.hasbeeu: In existence In Baltimorefor D,L.CUi'LDKX: Solicitor for Complainant

$,500, changed to MOO, J. M, Samuqla, 'over fifty years, Is about to be dissolved We Ship lu

;, section 28, township* \), rango 33, acres "I wish to express my thanks to the ,) Theaenlor member has been in Not Ice. men'.) when you PLAIN get It PACKAQES and test it. It no It mark 18 not to Satisfactory indicate contents return(it whIch a' OUR will EXPENSE avoid: !all dud)O

'I, 14, value fOOO, changed to $JOO. manufacturers of Chamberlains Colic, business<< qtv ono, street for sixty-five your We are$3.20 close will at be hand cheerfully and can give This l&LJVJihY is any *8.00 ogle In the W!market.n'u

, ,'I The tax collector was Instructed to Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy! for having years, and for forty-five years has occu. NOTICE Is herebr !given that on the 21st dav' been mining, business this \'h1 ant you at the QUICKER same stand for over U than YEARS litanl, and bouse.is to our RE8: .
put on the market such a wonderful A. D 1000 or as anon thereafter as I AND REI'UT ION: for honest I" w
I i; collect the 5-ndll tax on the property incommissioner' medicine," says W. W. Massluglll, of pied 'the same bultllng. 'The head salesman can be beard ...lI1a"l'ly to his Honor D. L. the editor of thl'I'apt'r. dealing we refer you to anymerchenthere
nanlden. County Jud e urevard County fora
I !! district No. 2. Beaumont, Texas There are many has been with the firm for 1-five anal settlement of HIT ccmint and approval SOLOMON & LEVI,
i Ordered that petition of T A, Robin. thousands of mothers children of IU distribution of the assets of the Estate of I,
years. 1028 & 1030 First Avenue
K. C. Smith, deceased and for ,
my discharge
ROD for a reduction of .taxes Jn, tho Jib' !have and been cholera saved infan'tum from, attacks who, of must dysentery also I 'The government of t Uruguay 'Is, aboutto from the adiululstraiorehip W.nf I.said ALLEN Itato. P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, AI! A.

district bo rejected.On feel thankful.' For sale by all druggists expend not; less than $13;lXoOOQOif Adiulnutrator. NOTICE-We '
I Jensen Fla sib IttXt.UubbuU pay Express charges to all points real'he.b1 "SOuT IERS EXPRESS-:
motion the Sept.
boundary Hue of the, and medicine dealers haibor Improvements at Mouteviedo. & Graham Atfji for Administrator. P.\XY Southern, but Express! to poiuteon Iou 4If other Express Companies. we prepay only to V"lIt"!' '
Company trautfe to laill other Express:: Cuwl'any.



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This cut represents the tent neatly .\ ; : :i : ):.: < '..':I, ,J :" leaving tho tent<< partly open, It
folded, at one side of the tree, similar to ',.. ;, 6 Confidence of restored ,:fit;;, shade the tree from the sun and proa -
fan. When folded in this position, it d'' capitalists ,,,.,;fi :' ; toots it from the wind at the same time,
allows) the tree to have the full benefit I allows time temperature to remain normal:
of the sun, dew, rain, etc,, and does not .., ( ;I whereas, If the tent entirely enveloped
obstruct the cultivation of the grove, or S : : the tree heat from the sun'II rays would
interfere with the gathering of the fruit 7 Work for the laborers, ';r' raise the temperature to such degree
Although the teqt In this position leaves .t' :". V \,, 'j as to suffocate the tree
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(See Fig 3.) thereby saving precious 8 Good old times, a peaceful mind. ;k
time, great: expense, and affords a sure, "
positive and practical protection. ----"--- __ .- __- _. __,_._. -., .
tI r
Fig. 3.SHOWING The McJTarlaiicl\ : Tent can be made any size. The Company agree, : ':.,..,\i,,: ; Fig. 4.

.. to sell a tent the height of your tree this year, and increase


iziii1: : the size each year as the tree gro"cvs. "

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\\ The McFarland Tents '

Protection Protection Protection %. fi ... .
: : 'f ; j

i\\ j,:; '! McFarland, McFarland, McFarland, ; will prove t to be th'' I

':;;; :', '; i Tents, Tents!, Tents, building of Fla. This 1

Prosperity, Prosperity,, Prosperity, ONE OP THE HI-JVES" ARMS till. i i\.|!

\ Freeze Freeze Freeze WOKKING ON AN AXIS. Tent the t reesJ JJ

These arms fold 1 and unfold on the \ !
name principle an a 1a 1y'e fan. There Is ;.' 1
I or or nothing complicated about them; pout- KAMi; PUO.U WHICH 'l'I'N'l' ,
or of order and
nothing to out ;
Uvely get
Til: TENT IN A through a more severe
although dimple In the fullest senile of IS KUgI'I':NDII).
I'KIE/K.: [Rl: Freeze Freeze the word, at the same U the *
no Freeze no no most practical and lm + timplt of the
and durable, not uuiilghUy,
LY 1'ItOTECTEIT1tLG1NT; >. Kltuple ;
and allows the tree ,
Invention not only ,1 -
Notice I the tent hangs from the center to have the full benefit of the moment's 'cold t than that t of f 1895 does not obstruct the working of the ..Q-
"' the crow joice, the radial arm (tent 5)) We can Raise Oranges in Florida I but affords protection at a grove.
\\UI kill!: on an ails, allowing the to notice. I.t I.
t open and clobe in- a few seconds; and .._, -- ,
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from :
the fact of the tent working from .
: the this how center heavy, on, cannot an axis blow, wind it, no down.matter lu. order with immediatel' in the grove, and remain, ready ,f.
p>) but little art| us
-l "ou""a! heat to protect the tree against. the your t to have tents t t adjusted t .,
f I severe freeze. ;I
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Indian River Real Estate



KENT or TUB INDUlf RIVER, LAKE McFarland's tent protection for TITUSVILLE FLA.
citrus trees appears to be meetingwith POWDER .

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.I much success, .for orders arc '
ABSOLUTELY 'PURE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised In
in It
flowing rapidly. was at one this!
paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at
CKAKLEII II. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor... time thought that orange culturein Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. once t 0
Florida was a thing of the past, more yjT Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why

Discontinuance or advt. must be made per but growers and others are requested a OVAL e""lIM_II ee.,er+Yee.L yours. not

tonally at this ofllce or by writing. to note, that under the above PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
culture will ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, 2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Check,etc., may be made payable to CHARLES again protection flourish, orange as of yore, and the persons, firm corporation violating the THE question of an antidote for Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of tan
first-class for .
Gallic oranges, pineapples vegetables. Trice $1,000.
and ;
H. WALTON,publUher proprietor. provisions of this section shall
will again be lined upon snake bite has received a good 14 50 miles south of Titusville.
growers' pockets ORANGE GROVE acres, Will $1
viction, be punished by a fine of not less pay ,((V)(>ft mil
Addren all Communications to with "the almighty dollar" than fifty dollars nor more than two hundred deal of attention from scientific year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000.
Everyone who owhs an orange dollars, or be Imprisoned In the Englishmen in India, where the HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25: per acre.
I INDIAN !grove should write Mr. McFarland, county jail at hard labor not more than number of deaths from serpent One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville, good for
TmmviLLi FLORIDA. and Price $550.00.;
; pineapples, vegetables oranges. ,
three months less than month.
nor one
t at Titusville. Fla., for particulars bites reaches a large figure every
SEC. 3. That no person shall hunt or
of his scheme. At present his fac- kill except on his own premises, anywild year. A case was recently recorded =

U. S. Department of Agriculture tory is at the old J., T. & K. W. turkey, quail or partridge: In any of the successful use of Cal- :T.c: s.Zvt:EJS :8. :80-o-eS:

Heather llurcau-Jupiter, Fla. R'y building, In Titusville, where part of this state, save only from the mette's serum. A man was bitten ,
first day of November until the flist day and would have diedso
machinists makers and most certainly
< tent sewers
.I Tho following is a comparative state others are busily employed gettingthe of except March upon any his year.own No enclosed person premises shall kill,, the report states-had not the Grain; Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and

ment of temperature and rainfall for the tents made. The continued more than four turkeys, and DO more serum been used. He had a well ,

week ending Tuesday, Oct. 10, ISO!}. disastrous freezes of the past few than twenty-five quails, and no party of developed case of columbrine poisoning -
-1809- -tone- winters have done considerableharm I two or more persons shall kill more than and it was found necessaryto Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh
HATE. MAX. NIK. MAX. MIN. six turkeys and no more than fifty quail.
4 81 73 85 76 to orange growers and the in any one day. And no person or persons resort to artificial respirationuntil
6 80 70 80 80 state in general, and people have firm corporation, association or the serum had had time to all the time.

G 85 75 85 70 began to realize the fact that 'something company shall sell, expose for sale, or take effect.
7 83 72 85 7i). needed to the have in his, her, their or its possessionIn Agent for Gray MineraFAsh, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
8 82 07 8: 79 was protect this state any wild turkey, quail or beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations
9 84 08\ 8 t 78 trees and save them from Complete partridges. save only from the t first day STORM INTERRUPTS COURT. Lowest cash prices. '

.10 83 07 84 72 annihilation. McFarland has come of November until the first day of Marchof Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
Total rainfall for the week: 5.07. to the rescue, and the grower who any year. No person shall entrap any The severity of the storm, the Hooded ,
normal rainfall for the does obtain his quail; except on his own enclosed prem
Departure from not patent tents, condition of the town and the interruption
week: plus 2.83 Inches. Departure stands in his own light ; for protec- ises. Any person or persons, corpora of traffic on the Sugar Belt Ry., and
association or CHAS. N..
from normal rainfall since January 1, company violating the main roads leading into town, causedby WELSHANS
tion I lemon lime the
plus 7.45: Inches. to orange, guavaor provisions of this section shall upon floods and damaged bridges completely ,
C. .1. DonKRTV, Observer. other trees in nearly every sec- conviction be punished by a fine not paralyzed the Circuit Court. It.was. ,
lees than $!jQ nor more than $100 be
tion of Florida has certainly become almost impossible to get witnesses material
a necessity of late years. To labor imprisoned not In than the county jail at hard to the cases. Judge Jones very CEMENT 'BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
WE presume most of UrevHrdcounty's the of the than more sixty days nor less wisely 'decided to bring the session to a ,
protect against ravages thirty days.
merchants that close, and continue all In which
are uwnre
cases a
all occupational license taxes for uncertain frosts, which pay Floridaan firm SEC.or 4.corporation That any who person shall or ship persons, I:I trial was to be had. The Judge was also Agent for( Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
occasional visit is in the any
a step moved to this decision by the plight: of
the and state for the deer hides or venison wild
county proceeding turkey, quailor
and tho farmers and stockmen whose families
direction therefore
expired on the 30th right WA partridge beyond the limits of the By Write for Samples and Prices.
year and and cattle
were suffering on
draw attention the ad. crops
to on county In which the killed
Hall your same was ,
ult? Tax Collector E. W. account of the floods and who detained
our 3rd page, which will give youa shall, upon conviction, be deemed guiltyof witnesses and Old 'Phone 8. lV\) 13 Hogan Street
whose office is in Titusville, is as jurors. Being a ,
prepared ( misdemeanor, and punished
few more particulars respectingthe as proscribed farmer and stockman himself, he was in
to attend to all applicationsfor t in Section 1 of this act. And any JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.-
above tent protecting scheme. a position to sympathize with them in
licenses for the current common earlier, scent or emnlovee of
year. their predicament. It was an act of
any such carrier, who shall receive for
kindness and humanity which will be
SETTLED BY ARBITRATION. carriage permit the carriage of any by
THE first four between the such deer hide, venison wild remembered gratefully our people.
i races i ______ turkey, His popularity on and off the bench, MeMurray & Baker
quail or partridge by said
Columbia and the Shamrock for common earlier during this his second session, was more
The Venezuela between across any line in this state
dispute county ,
the America's cup were called off, shall noticeable than ever. The, quiet and

the wind being so low that neither Venezuela and England has beenat prescribed, upon In conviction section: 1, of be this punished act, pro-as order prevailing not only in the Courtroom 410, 412, 414, 41C, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
last settled the decision but in and about the precincts of
by of vided
yacht could make the finish in the hunting parties may take their
the Court house bear evidenceto
time allowed. On Monday new the Anglo-Venezuelan boundary arbitration own game home with them in this state the strength of his emphatic bench and to the -: :ElondCJu.nr1ors: ; For :-
commission which has but not for sale.
sails were spread on the Columbia, sincere, respect felt by our people for
it found that her old sails been sitting in Purls for some time SEC. s;. That until January 1st, WOO, him.
as was It shall be unlawful for, any person to Wagon Material Vehicles
Notwithstanding the Whenever the eminent counsel engaged Harness Bicycles
Iast. unfriendliness
were too tall and narrow. With kill more than five deer during anyone ,
the ,
upon cases pending
": of France to England, Any ono the
this defect removed she is expected year. violating provisionof shall decide f date Judge Jones
the award was quite unanimous in this section shall be punished by a I upon end: Sundries."KELLY" .
to do better. We shall watch I will call a special term of the court. .
fine of $50 for each deer five kill-
favor of Great Britain. Some of over so His time will be free after the first weekin
I the result of the series with much .
ed, or Imprisoned In the SOLID
interest. Great Britain's claims, as to the less than sixty days. county jail not December. If the term is called at all RUBBERTIRES put on you wheelsat

interior and on the coast. were disallowed SEC. 6. That all non-residents of this It simmee will probably Gazette be in January.-Kis- short notice.

QUITE a good many residents of and her frontier will now state, before hunting for the purpose of

the East Coast are attending Stet start at the Wain! river. Of the killing any wild deer, turkey or quail in
any county of this state, shall apply to -One of the anti-germ water filters
son University, DeLand, this year. 60,000 square miles claimed by the clerk of the circuit courtof thecounty can be seen working at the ADVOCATE HAMMOND PACKING CO.

Even the ADVOCATE has sent one Venezuela, that country, the coin- the non-resident proposes to hunt in, office. See ad. on 5th page. (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.
student to the above excellent col- mission says, I is only entitled to 100 and upon the payment of $10 to the said )

lege during the past week. The miles, which is formed partly of clerk by the applicant, the clerk shall OUR SPECIALTIES :
issue a permit to hunt In said
doors of Stetson: University were marsh land near the river Barimu only as provided for in this act and county the cannot The as Little I hare Turkey.I often. said do "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

thrown open for the fifteenth year and portion in the interior, while same shall not be transferable, and no much for a very little turkey but I do "Coin Special" canned meats.
last week, as announced in our last Great Britain retains all the forest non-resident shall be allowed to hunt in ,
not think where has "Calumet"
one good strong hams and
any county In this state without first obtaining breakfast bacon.
which she
issue much the
te) delight of old country previously
said permit, which shall be parent stock: that It Is'l l'y hard to "Calumet"
only leaf lard.
and new pupils. This college is a claimed as her own. At onetime for one season. That all money collected keep the little ones hl'ulthy-not hardIn

credit to Florida, and is said to be the above dispute caused some tension as provided in this section shall be paid the sense of an Intricate work butIt Homemade pure lard.

equipped with as fine a faculty as between the United States and by the clerk to the county treasurer and Is work continually. No day must "Peerless" compound lard

any institution in this state. There Great Britain, which is now settled shall bo used for the purpose of paying go by without cleaning the roosting all Packing House Products. sausagesand
the of a warden for said Florida Branch' : JACKSONVILLE FLA.
expenses game house. I the floor every"morn ,
sweep -
must be something wrong with the beyond dispute by the power of ar :
county, upon a warrant issued by the
Ing whitewash It
once a week, and
boy or girl who attends Stetson bitration. It looks to us as. if Ven"- county commissioners of said county three
or/our times a week I dust with
and does ezuela was in the Provided. That in any county where
University not make successful wrong.
I Insect powder or use a lice paint once a WILLIAM
there is
no game warden then all money CLARKS Sanitary Plumber
headway for have
they collected as provided in this section week whichever is most convenient. .. ,
every opportunity to get a thorough THE GAME LAW. shall bo paid by the clerk to the county It I can keep turkeys: six weeks or two ...

education, so that they will be well treasurer for the use of the fine and forfeiture months. I feel they: will' live unless Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Steel

fitted for commercial or other As is well known the ADVOCATE fund. Anyone violating any of they have an accident. There must be ,
to "

business career.. Success to Stetson : readers, the recent Legislature of guilty the provisions of a misdemeanor of this section and upon shall conviction be nTcessiitlon halt and after of they care are from large start enoughto to fin. Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs/ water closets -

University.OF Florida enacted a law by which it.. shall be tined not over $100 or go out Into the wheatfields they are

makes the open season uniform ninety Imprisoned in the county jail not over no trouble except to see that they are and Wash Stands Copper vessels ,of all descriptions re-tinled.

late the ADVOCATE office has throughout the state, while the pre SEC.days.7. That information at home at night, yet one time neglectIng -
inundated with glowing' olfersj[ ] vious one provided a county optionas sufficient any to person convict giving another them may cause the loss of the entire 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

from northern papers, who tell us to the period beginning the for violatinguuv of the provisions of I this! flock. Our farm Is six miles distant JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: of the immense advantage of clubbing season. The old law seems to have act, shall be entitled to and sh.ill receive and I cannot have the benefit of
one half of tho Hue imposed and collected. the shiitterod wheat as I once did. My
their paper with ours. At i been a little confusing to strangersto Provided, the party giving such Information advice to all poultry raisers on large FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
present we are "paddling our own Florida. The new law forbids
give bond and secuilty for farms Is to stay on them. Do not let
canoe" without the assistance of the killing of game outside an en- maintenance of suit any one Induce you to think a small

any other paper, for the pink paper closure by visitor to this state SEC 8. That: all laws and partsof place Is better It has its advantages Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.

(it is holding its own before all comers. without the; payment of a licensetax pealed.laws in conllict herewith are hereby re but they are overbalanced by the dis \ ,

Now comes another excellent offer of $10, and as the season is SEC. 9. That this act shall go into effect ad'lIutugl'H.h's. II. G. Mackey: In Reliable Mosquito

; [?]lfrom the Jacksonville Times- now open for killing deer and immediately upon its approval by Poultry Journal. Cloth.' Ducks Netting and Georgia, made and Checks unmade and, Cottonades.fine mesh. Sandfiy Coats' Cotton Netting In and all Screen num-

Union and Citizen, asking us to ducks, we advise our northern and the goverpor.Approved. -Lout--the Stone. berg, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ODe8- Special attention, paid to
4th 1899.
run an eight inch ad gratuitously. southern sportsmen to obtain a license After some Improvements had been correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,

Although the Times-Union and ero they commence operation.As made In North Capitol street Washing corporations have in stock.and Liberal hotels. Anything! usually kept by storekeepers In our line we
terms and
Citizen is the best daily paper in the ADVOCATE has had several THE town registration books have ton It was discovered that the workmen liberal treatment.

Florida, we cannot possibly see our letters from its northern readers been open all the week. Have you had thoughtlessly made away BENEDICT' POLLAK & CO.,

way clear to run "dead head" ads respecting this new law, we thinkit registered? The books are in with the historic stone set in place by 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

in the ADVOCATE When we want advisable to give them some few charge of Mr C. S. Schuyler, at the George Washington at the time of the -

to advertise in the above daily, we pointers upon it. The following bank. original suievys to mars:: the n01.thel'Dboull

pay ; and we cannot meet our obligations is the full text of the law, and lie found llr)'but of the city. The stone cannot JOHN R. WALKER,

if the pink paper is to be sport men would do well to cut this USE CADOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE committee has been appointed Furniture
run "just for fun" It takes solid out and keep it by them for reference Stains. the-Tuos.best known WATTS wood& Co.preservative. tablet to mark l prepare the suitable spot, where pillar the or S Ice Cream parlm

cash to run the ADVOCATE : stone stood for so :
Jacksonville, Fla. many years. Millinery
"An act for the preservation of wild deer, __u __ Soda Water,
ON Monday, the 23rd inst, 'an birds and other game, and to prescribe ------ ..

election for town ,olllcers will beheld hunted the time and within which they may be Mc :!:'im.moris: cZ Fitch Dry Goods, (Fount and bottles.)
prescribing a penalty
at the Court house ,
any violation thereof: Cigars & Tobacco.
for the purpose of electing a may.or He It enacted by the legislature of the JACKSONVILLE{ FLORIDA Notions, etc. :. :

a marshal, and collector of State of Florida: Grocers and Commission : Confectionery, etc.
taxes and three aldermen. As far "SECTION 1. That it shall be unlaw- Merchants. "Star Bund,.6."
ful for any person or persons, excepting DEAR 8IR-We: few ("at the old stand.")
quote you a prloea below and whoa in need of the following artlcle,1
as do
we can see think
\. we not upon their own enclosed premises, to end UII your ord-r.. We make a specialty of Mall Orlle. Give moa call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail order receive promptand
there need be any change in the hunt, chase, kill or otherwise molest any PRICE LIST: careful attention. Yours for business WALKER.

officers. We have on several occasions wild deer in this state except during the Be.tFlourlerbbl..I', .... ... 9 ..211 GreenC'otree. per iD ................. .. .8, .10 "- JNO. R
attended the council meet.. months of October, November, Decem half bbl..... ............... .... 2.30 Arbuckles eoperib.........,.........I .12U
l>&Ib. Sack.. .............. ... .
ber and January of each S." Tea. l perlb ................. M
Ings, and consider that the men year; anyone *..' OrlU. her ..,.................. 1.20 lArdcompound,perib..................., 05 ESTABLISHED 18:>2.
violating this section shall be guilty of a .. Meal t. .... ......,.......... UO Ird.pure, >erlb ... .................... &X KB" Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission Douse 2
now holding the various offices, misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall Wheat ................ 1.25,140 Tomatoe.,3-lb.can., per dOl .. ........ 60 in Chicago.
have attended to their duties faith. be find for each deer killed not more Corn" ..,................. 1.00 I'eaches.S-lb.cans., l>erdo............ 1X0
( au .. .. .... ............ 15 eacbe..301b.can..perdo.......... IM\
fully ; have reduced our taxes, and than ono hunored dollars, or less than llran". .,............... M ('orn,I-Ib.cans, per doa..t........... .00
twenty-live dollars, or be imprisoned in .'oodMeal.l have the best interest of the townat the county Jail at hard labor not more might C 8 Meal, per sack........... IM Bardlnes per do. ................... .t5 CO.
heart The ADVOCATE therefore than Idu1Fertlllaer, :200-lba ................... 3.00 Bait'JOO-lbs., peruck.......,........,.... no
six months
or less than 3 months. hay percwt .. ..... .................... .8.1 Matches, per (fro' .. ...........,,....... .4ACrackerssoda
advises its readers to vote for the. "SEC. 2. That no person or persons, IbMt O 8 Bullies, per Ib..,..............,.. 08 per lb .. ,......... ....... .08
firm or corporation, shall sell, for ." llauis. per Ib ........ ..... .... i,. .10< C'racken.1emon.perlb.................... ,6M coMws:rssro
following retiring officers : A sale in his expose .4 Mbeuluen.perlb. ................... *K aingerSnaps>er Ib....... .............,. .1* ,
Brady Mayor D, L. Gaulden E. or her, or Its possession, for i Rloe.l>erlti ...........,.......,...,.. 5& e Octaeou Soap iwrdos..,.................. .is
; sale at any time any wild deer, venison Granulated Supr.rer Ib. ....,..,........ OH 1'earUne I..r doa..... ..................... 45 Early Vegetables Melons Fruits Produce.
L. Brady and J. R. Walker, alder. deer hide; and It shall be unlawful for Tootbplok Tobacco per lb................ .*' lotasb, per do*......:.....,............... .i5 Southern

men ; M. S. Jones, marshal and any person or persons, firm or corpora Send ui your order and make ui :your consignment' We invite correspondence. P1nca.PP1cs; 1*. Spcol.a1'ty.:
collector ; John Henry tlon to ship or transport any deer, venison McTIMMONS: t'lTCII.III. Give
C. S. ; or deer hide or hides In this state U', W. 29 South Ocean St.. Co.liS.reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express -
Schuyler, clerk and treasurer at time to be JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Florida Pperonappllction- New
any sold. Any / tate remittance made In
person .
rr8po&cash buyer of Hide,Fur,Wool aDd Alligator Skin York Exchange,
express money order on which there Is no exchange.

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Eau Gallie. Rockledge.


School has opened. > Green Coats, of LaGrange, was In

the nutwoods are flooded town Sunday. . .

it. Gleason left, Monday, for I J.L Bl Magruder, of Sanford Is here
rj. i. with a fine lot of horses and mules.Miss .

city. Is visiting friends at Maude Hardee left Sunday for PRICES

McIntyre week. Lotus, where she will teach the public :
; this school this winter. U)
Courtenay loft for West
each last Thursday. Mrs/W. H. McIntyre, of Eau Gallie, : -- TO :
was the guest of Mrs. H. S. Williams

Lee at school had twenty-one Monday. pupils In few days this week. a H[i] m. Pin.eappie @ @ GrO'\Ners. :

F. W. Walton, editor of the Gocoa and o.All .
Lr Harris, of Mlcco, will Rockledge News, after having transferred -

I Eau Gable school this winter. his business to T. R. Puckett, left r.l
last week for a month's sojourn in In- .A.ro'U.nCl:: 3oxtlllsEox: '
pom Carrier Turner's John branch hassresolvthe diana. hihi Price $26.00. rr Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to I.LJGUARANTEED

Jnto a creek, Now that the deer season is open, ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money.
Snell have moved hunting parties are constantly in evi-
!i of J. T. allow dence. Chas. Hatch, T. G. Ronald and Molntur.......................... .. R to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
,S"for the winter to E. Ammonia................ .... ...... a to A
! attend school. S. Williams left the first of the week E-I EqualtoSnpaeommnna......1................. 80 to 3A BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE
to for a short outing in the woods. A'I'allableJ'bOllphorlo' Aclil....... a to 6 ,
Spartan brought us four Kl\ualtollonel'bOllpbateot .................... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA
.teamer last Saturday Mrs. G. S. Singleton and children left PotahK2O...... S to 6 ,
nail from Cocoa, Tuesday for Lake City, where Will and F.qllaIt081111'hateot Potash...... ............................ to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS
ich enterprise we sincerely thank Miss Helen will enter school. Mrs. Sin- MagneMa,Lime Soda, ....>................... bon to 60 E-I
esbitt. gleton expects to remain In Lake City : Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Wynn has returned from hisr for the winter, and run a boarding house COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
trip to his old home In Rocky for students of the college. Mr. Singleton nr- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low I 0

N. c. and Is stopping at Tropic will remain in charge of the place H prices. : ,
ew' ilays before proceeding south. here. '

George Hanna expects to spend Ploaso Correspond withis boforo boing inducod to buy from Doulors. Send for
inter, at DeLand, where Master Banyan.
will\ attend Stetson University. Pamphlet. : I.LJ

riends here will miss them greatHoaston I Eugene Porter is-stopping with. friends LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

in fI1
to ,
has the contract robe .

county bridge across Horse Our school is
progressing finely with '
about four miles north of here- twenty-one pupils enrolled. aoksoJl.: ville., Florid.a.I : .
was damaged in last week'si
John Hastings arrived from Ojus
on --- -
Saturday and reports that country some- I
i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ensey, what moist. Melbourne. Sebastian. Tibbals. Bahia.
n'day: Oct. 9th, at their home, at
Fla. a fine baby boy. Dr. Peek K. C. Creech is expected home this -

attendance and reports his pa- week. His many friends will bo glad to 24 Inches of rain fell during the storm Professor Jannoch and wifo spent Snt- R. N.. MlniH and daughter, Miss: ( OcrI -
doing nicely. see him home again. GOODE A: OOODE.-Heal Rotate and Loan period. irday In Ankonn, as tho guest of '. trudo were MUCH in this place last Fildny.
Agent for ,1Ctna London and Liverpool ,
week's storm did little damage Flank LaRoche and family and Miss Globe and Imperial Fire Instiranre. Special Paul Kroe alls laid up with malarial ml Mrs. JonnlngH. I Miss Clara Otwell left last week for

tcept washing out places on the Madge Whitlock stopped In for a few attention. paid to the Interests of nourecldcntg. fever, but we hope ho will be out shortly. James Andrews spent Wednesday In I Lake City, where she will attend college.
rade streets, and along the rail-\ hours this week. They are having an Fort Pleico, looking after the interest
From Tuesday until Sunday we outing in the sloop Water Lilly.A The water in tho river Is higher; ; than and Improvements on his property at Tho storm which passed over this
and were shut off from the Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, our oldest residents can over remember that pluco. section lastvnk was the most severe
storm passed over this section the pink paper of the East Coast, will be It being.W. rain storm/ this country has known for
entirely. last week, which lasted fifty hours. All\! received at the Melbourne Postofllce. W. O. illmore, lay render of St. Paul's several years,' It did\ considerable dam-
re glad to see our old friend and low lands and wharves were submerged.No A. Louder went to Eau Gallic\ on Episcopal church, held services last :Sunday ; ago, especially' \ to low bottom lands, time
townsman, Uncle David Bryan such rain has fallen here since 1878, in Monday, to purchase lumber for J. A. to a !largo and appreciative congre force of limo water coming In from tho
Hardee of Sebastian was
I on us Saturday evening.; Uncle when many cattle were drowned on the I. Hudson. gation. back country washing the loose noil all
looks and than prairies in this country. Boats that were town Monday Is of out Into tho river, Ono house was reported -
brighter younger Our school in full blast, with one Alfred\ Cox, of Eden, amid W. O. Oil-
Ind speaks In glowing terms of his pulled out were filled to overflowing in Mrs. M. P. Plaits left last Monday for the best teachers on tho East Coast In flume, of Jensen, spent hut :Sunday:; In to have been washed In, also a
IJ city, Miami. the twelve hours' rain; seed beds were her home at Fort Pierce. charge. : this place, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. greater part of tho railroad track backof
i destroyed, and wharves were washed hero.
iied, at the residence of the bride's I away. The water is falling; slowly, but Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Rosoland Is visitIng Most of our yacht exports are In favorof T. Waters
Is Pineda on Sept. 25th, Miss Idato all low her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John tho Shamrock and think sho is the
grounds ace" too wet' to work and Some very handsome Almkka pineap- -Take note of the election notice for-
> Mr.J. J. Finley. Mr. and Mrs. will be for a month. Goode. winning boat. ple were shipped from W. II. linn'Is' tho town of Tltusvlllo on our 2nd page. .
J left for White City, where they Four houses wore rented In out: town plantation to New York; they averaged
lake well wishes Some beans are being planted to catch :Mr. Route and wife and Miss Smith
their home. The extend welcome 18 to the crato. Drink filtered water and keep
week. We pure
the past arrived thc first train after the storm
tfiends with them. the early dollar, but the few that survived on ,
| go healthy.; See those tine filters for sale by
the storm are being devoured by to the new-comers. Sunday evening. 1>r. C. P. Plaits, of Fort Pierce, puld Claudo! Walton
-; Bertha Scott left last week for the grasshoppers. Wonder what will be Madame Oslin and Mrs. C? .is. Oslin Revs. Lane and Louder have boon hold his sister, Mis. Houghton, a short cull ,

t'ity, where she will attend school the next draw-back to the truck grower. moved here from Melbourne Beach, Sat- Ing night services hero at the Methodist last Tuesday; como again, Doctor, when
(State Agricultural College. Miss We are in sympathy with the City Point urday; Editor Oslin Is happy. church for tho past week. you can stay longer. -If you want good results, you will
\Wends will miss her greatly atJocial truckers, but we do not think that the find the ADVOCATE an excellent .advertising
gatherings, her presence and articles written by them will deter many Miss Helen Miller returned home last Work on tho Inlet has been stoppedfor Art Saogor, Florlo Haymoro and Mr m medium.

|l lishments> being always appl'ePaddlson from trying their fortune in beans. Num- Saturday from her summer vacation In a few days. It Is expected that a and Mrs. Jennings, of Ankona, wore
' bers of new-comers will try their luck, the north. We are pleased to see her dredge will be put at work. 'Waters callers looking so well. on Sunday last. Tho INDIAN RIVKU ADVOCATR Is on
and bitter experience is all that will
and Frank Shore
Grid The hog; question Is being discussed
a posse to" go down and help teach them that they have only struck Mrs. Frank R. Horton left Monday, for quite freely lere. It Is expected that n I Mrs. Haughton, sister of Dr. C. P. silo at tho following news-stands, at five

lebastian inlet. The party, about the rock that so many of us have found Tibbals, where she will\ make her future test case will\ conio'oil shortly at Titus Plaits, of Ft. Pierce, arrived here last cents per copy :
r in number, left here Wednesday, across the channel of success. We believe home. Her many friends' will miss her vlllo. Monday from Melbourne her late homo. Tltusvlllo" Fred S. Chaffco.
[week on the steamer Kathleen that Neighbor Booth is on the right pleasant company. Mr. Haughton after spending a few daysin J..B. Scrovon.
Jerked three whole days together line-organize. Put a good man in Jack- Misses Kitchen and Hardesty'lert this this place has decided to make this
lirties from Melbourne Grant and sonville, and let him arrange to have Miss Amy Kitching, of Sebastian, was week to attend college at Lake City. It i his future homo, and he and wife are now

lian, In all about seventy-five, men, cipher telegrams from all centers; let the visiting friends in town last for Sunday.Lake She looks as though all our charming young cosily located In ono of tho cottages on l\ L. Turbyiill,
|e inlet remains unopened. Dredg- East Coast truckers ship to him by left on the evening train City, ladles were going to leave us. Boaulah plantation. Wo always welcome

llbe required to do the work. freight, and in nine cases out of ten he where she will enter college. new settlers, as the more tho nicnlcr.
will place our produce In a better market The C. E. Society will give an Ice Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Stuart. Our people along tho river have boon
the world loves lover and who
J a than in Carleton Saturday
we possibly can our haphazzardway. cream social at Hotel ;
patiently awaiting the results of tho now
(interested when wedding bells
are Invited attend
1 The event of the week the night. Everyone is to ; load law and management of same, with I have some of the finest, horses and
was Ice cream and cake, 15,cents. A literaryand O. K. Wood improving his house the hope that good results would bo.had
L'eof Mrs. M. A. :StClairand; Prof ,
: musical program will be rendered.A carriages in this section of tho country.
lire" Damon, late of Tampa. The Georgiana.Mrs. Mrs. Glutsch has been quite 111, but Is nnd wo feel that with the past experIence -
hny took place Mornday morning, meeting was held at Mrs. C. J. F, rapidly recovering. : tho parties to whom the contracts Call and BOO mo Reasonable rates

bd inst., at the residence of the Campbell's on Tuesday evening, October I wore lot, will give us the best possible
'15I'lre', Hodgson tying the knot, Owen and daughters spentSundaywith 10th, to consult about the Melbourne Will Ray has gone to Palm Beach to results, and at earliest. possible moment, P. L. Turbyfill,
bleb and Regatta; Fund. Those present were : work on the additions to tho hotel as a trip on our public road In this vicin
f a sumptuous wedding..brekas ; Mrs. Carter family. ( .
served, the bride and groomIng Mesdames E. M. Campbell, R. W. Ooode, Robert McPherson has been spending ity will bo sulHcient proof to them of the WayncHvlllo, North Carolina.

the hearty congratulations of Misses Eva and Nellie Owen on their S. F. Gibbs, C. J. F. Campbell, the MissesL. several weeks with his daughter: Mrs necessity of early attention jan

needs for a long and prosperousd way to school here last Friday morning Robertson and J. Goode, Dr. L. Pock, Ruth Wright! at Oak Hill. .
lift and all the that almost ran over a small\! alligator In the Messrs. A. E. Campbell, and S. Martin. [Send the ADVOOATK an order for any
P. Mr. and Mrs. Damon will\ con-go road. J. W. Bruner captured him and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell was nominated O. O. Ponploton has returned from his. Job[ printing! _you. need.] HAND MADE TANKS
reside here.profound carried him away and put him where he president and secretary; Mrs. E. M. trip to Philadelphia, where ho attended I -----
won't frighten young ladies soon again. Campbell, treasurer. The club decidedto the Grand Army Re-Union. I Jl37-We would esteem the favor If our HAND MADE

i sorrow we announce Uncle Ilughie was cruising around hold their tlrst entertainment at the Another baby girl has come to brighten ; readers, when writing or calling upon HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS,
I dim of Calvin L. Ives, at his home Carleton hotel which has been kindly the home our advertisers to purchase merchandise, As tho host and tho
IM Saturday; in his new boat, going as far of Mr. and Mrs. Harry,. good as as cheap an
''veral Rapids, Mich., on Tuesday last. Dr. Wittfeld's. He found the doctor loaned for their use, on All Hallow E'en. Dyor. The parents can ask no more etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. cheapest. All warranted.

|We years past Mr. Ives and his and his good wife as jolly, pleasant and Tuesday, Oct. 31st, at 70:: p. in.; entrance than that she be as lovuablo as little Machine made barrels for sale, but not,
| family have been regular win-. 23; cents children 10 cents. The '
Mdentg hospitable as ever; it is one place where Florence. Roseland. warranted
of our town, having; purr entertainment will consist of program TOM JOHNSON
likes to ,
I the Mell-ir place and given his everybody go. followed by ,amusements suitable for Theio are few busier men on our river Pioneer Fla.
Cooperage LaGrange:
l\1 attention to the young orange; One of the Dixon cottages at Oceanuswas that evening.. We hope all our friends than Mr. Drake, who has delivered ,
Mis. L. C. Mooro returned Melbourne
|"i u in, in which he took great pride. burned last Thursday. Ong report In the neighborhood will unite with u, fattv pine" posts to our pineapple; growers from -

Mwaiin poor health all last win- stilted that: it was the one on the bluff; to make this evening pleasant one and by the tlioiiHandx. By-tho-way. tho Tuesday
|l Ihas been under his physician's another was that It was the .tWO-lItul'y financial success. The regatta: will\ beheld work of shedding Ktlll goes on, and tho Thti'obildgC'Hon tho county road northof FILTER YOUR WATERAND

f ersloee leaving here last spring house opposite Mrs Annie Dixou's cot at Melbourne during the chautau- pineapple growers" are happy on accountof hero are washed away

f I'es was a constant reader of the tage. The fire was accidental, as some yea session In March, WOO, and It is our the line condition of plants.: .
ATE, his state of health was never i of the Dixon 1 boys were over there at the intention that It shall equal any that The Merchant made Its monthly tripto Mr. II. 1C.': Wideman who camo up AVOID DANGER.
d to in these columns although Indian River, This from Miami a short time ugo! to stl\yon --- -- --
has ever been held on our dock last week. Although well ; ... .
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odsbave known time.We McCormick: place, left :Sunday for
rlleveral months is the llrsc of series to be '
I hat had a little more rain than usual entertainment stocked and prices reasonable, our people -
the Fla.
end Lccsburg, No Store Hotel House Res-
Nevertheless was rapidly approach I last week, more than eighteen Inches In given for raising money for the prizes. believe first In patronizing the home Boarding or

tomes the tidings of his three days, and over eleven Inches of f store, so long as it deals: fairly with us, Plenty of rain from Monday morning; ,
to idence should be without the Anti-
\eartfelt as a severe blow, that fell in three hours Wednesday morn- Impure water Is the cause of much and supplies our wants; so the Merchant the 2nd, Wednesday evening, the -th( :
reavAoI 'sympathy going out to Ing. There was'a lake In Mr Owens' sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine seems to do little more than supply the about :10 Inched of rain fell, floats filled
and Germ Water Filter
cow, daughter In their grove three feet deep, which extended filter from Claude Walton, Tltusvllle.\ store. and sank; Tuesday night from ruin. ,

Item along back of the Bruner Bros house, After five months pleasantly pent in The rain raised the Sebastaln: river to
which began Monday morn- rnnning over between the two houses; Maine/and New Uampuhlre, Mrs. John. the saino level reached during the gale a
;vCT ned until\ Wednesday of it soon disappeared. The water in In- Fort Pierce. Danforth has returned home. Mr. Dan- tow yeiiis ago. A very strong cuiitntwan hi

< considerable damage, in dian River Is higher than ever known forth l Is making Improvements that add running out and in dealing away I
E'lty. The water was never before it is all around Mr. Hiscock'shouse much driftwood from the railroad. bridge
; D. II. Sample left Wednesday for Se- to the many attractions of Camp one II
h'flb88high: being tdocktlroad from one to two feet deep. There bastian. Danforth. Indeed It would be hard to of }Ir. Bonne's men, Mr.[ T, M. i3trick-
iirin!? of ahe railroad has been but little damage done hereso find a more delightful resting place to land had a very narrow escape from
+houts.bed was damaged In places far. The water from the St. John's We are having some nice weather after one seeking quiet Mr. Danforth has drowning. lie lost his hold\ and was

and Platform were carried liver came through the tlat-woods on the the storm. had a wide experience in camp life. swept away. lie called out that he

ter fish houses were threatened west side of Indian River, doing much Granville Burke is on a visit to his would swim anhore. Mr G, F, Hall ..

t ,Covering the n0'8l' ti8 damage to the railroad consequentlythere many friends here -If you are In search of' bargains, started after him on a raft made of two I f \ : --" -'
8t were no mall trains from Tuesday timers Strickland hud be- i
heavy bridge ,
ales:: l sleuth act read the ADVOCATE columns I t .
its from the east and ; until Satuday. Our faithful and reliable A. M. Sample arrived home Sunday carefully coine exhausted and was kinking$ for the I .\\11

b were overturned and swamped mall carrier was at his post of duty. R. B. evening from his visit tt his home. third time and Hall dropped his pole, !l ""I'' ''J I'fl': I .

1 ffrmndnrack8\ delitroyed. The Holmes came from Cocoa and told Chas. Surveyor fries was In town Lotus.The ran tho length of the raft and made a III iii I i I'I'' :.1
County id
steamer, Silver King Warning that the mail train would be at inspecting our roads.W leap, that considering the place he made :\. l II. I I' iii, dl,
'k rsiag from her Monday trip, hadcarrying the Y at Rockledge In M( minutes; he Monday, It from, wan wonderful He struck the ..:
rain that l Water clear and
aaaing blown away, got the mall bag at Coquina, jumpedInto J, Tucker, accompanied by S. storm pasno< over us water head first and swimming. Although being sparkling Is no
last I III
pkestack week left all the low land under proof It Well cistern
or water
w Rock- pure. '1
tilt. She was com.a his row-boat and rowed up to Jones, arrived in town Sunday evening. quite distance from the sinking
that Is full of
u'lay to water. typhoid fever and malarial
b until morning; reaching ledge In 22 minutes, crrried the mail Mrs. Lane has opened a dancing class man ho succeeded In catching his body be perfectly clear.
aaiy disabled condition, back to the train, exchanged mail, car here and so far has been very succesnf Truckers aro putting In a few fall and swam back to the raft with It. By germ In may dunking or cooking .water ," 1
ried It back to Rockledge, rowed down beam on their highest land; each one the time others had reached him he had /
muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It 7,
a lau paid your subscription ? to Coquina, then across to Georgiana, Reports from the back country say the has a little above water. gotten the body on to the raft and was from all earth, sand, insects or slime 'e

e do ao. arriving on nearly the regular; time. The farmers were drowned out and will haveto Doing without mall for four days made rolling/ water out of It, showing that a. Is the water you use bad smelling or

water from the St. John's could down be seen replant. all anxious to $get It; to see the damage well as presence of mind and bravery, he tasting ? It It too much trouble to clean '
and heard from here, pouring over was also possessed of considerable muscle
Bovine. like raina- The Rev. Mr. Allen held a done elsewhere by the storm. out the cistern or well as often. shouldbe
Indian River prayer
the rocks Into as an unconscious man Is no easy
? Is the drainage from house stable k
ture Ntagaraa. The water was from meeting at the Methodist church last Another white family In expected In thing to lift on, to a raft In deep water. ,
or dangerously water
1,., fourteen to eighteen Inches deep around Sunday evening.Mr. Lotus MOOD to spend the winter. They Mr Hall was quite modest about the privy make near your '
supply 10 as to anxious
day brou8ht the first mall M'ss Hattie succeeded In will the Thlgpia cottage ou rescue and went drift. you
night Mr. Bower's. Hill left Wednesday In hU yacht occupy on clearing away Have you had typhoid or malaria In f
1' of last week. capturing a fine black bass as bo was for the St. Lucle river to find a winter Banana river, wood as It saving people was part of the family lately and realized that the water your

'iferV8 working out hs! tra'ellnaround/ through the yard, and location for bit bee apiary. A. N. Tyler, of Tampa, who own a job. Mr Strickland was able to work used may be responsible for It ? Then
other fish were caught the next Another of
are looking fine. qute a number of had of till day. the men, a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTERat air
Most of The fishermen here are making up for place here, has part place get a
I i while the water was so high. Mr. bcrugK was carried down stream on
ii Ifl.fJ.lfto Savage In a boat one the docks are under water, but there lost time by making/ some line catches, cleared, and I.! here ready to plant. He some drift timber, and when about J ofa Its low will popular price, and you are
ni barrels of fish leaving here Tuesday started to build a small house on Tues safe It remove Impurities.
Of(If mjja Bovine and tnree- have been no heavy winds yet and not sixty mile down stream thought be would
a on land on the other many of them.have been washed away. morning.. day. swim ashore. He had a narrow escape BJT'They are very cheap, and will
Charles Singleton, of LaGrange; It as lie was quite exhausted when be last a life-time. When writing for In. ,
br of homes sell IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and down and ha rented two acre of land reached chore. formation please Inclose stamp Alt orders '
continues John -Do want to buy or propertyon
hor Wednesday ;CItufus Indian you River If you do, write the durable. Quickly and easily put on. on the Dr. Capron place, and I is hard at must be accompanied by cash. :

awe.d Fed Bethel, Stew. Indian River Iteal Estate'Agency, Tltusvllle Tuos. C.. WATTS & Co., work clearing it oil preparatory to plant Please mention the AHVOCATK when For full particulars, apply to the agent '.
011 Mondayand Jacksonville Fla. Ing fall beans. writing advertisers. '
Fla. See page 4. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusvllle, Fla.i''V .


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and flavor of fruits large owners of forest mane empiu a
.' ,I Florida Central & Peninsular
COLOR number of men as a fire patrol, and y RailI

quality and ap, often an extra crew of watchers Is

hired during the dangerously dry ea.

pearance of vegetables,, Sons In the same way many lumber

weight and plumpness of grain, companies which own logging rail Time Table In Effeet Jane 11, 1899.

roads employ a man to follow the

are all produced by PotasJ1.Potash trains and put out any fires that may .. = .
started. .:. g .
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:; = NORTHERN POL'fI'B. 5! -r'Ay iS
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The foregoing ia extracted from a S 7N S. i3Ma-L Kg d II;!
t circular by GIfford Pln hot, forester of "y
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83Ua- Lv Titusville FEC A.r. 3 00p -
the United States department of agri Il4l\a ... .. 8201' Lv. St.Anguutine ,Ar ..... 103011
culture. The yearbook of 1899 will ...... 430p ... ... 820a ..... 148p Lv.Jaeksonviller..Ar ...... oOOa ,. .... T
? .. ... 11201' .... .. oOOa .. .., 8tip Lv..1'nlee..Ar .. ... 81sa .. .. X12esop
consist of a resume of the achievements : .... var" ., .. .. 00111' Ar..Femandlna..Lv ..... 'I3Oa ..., 6Mp',; .
of this country' In every branch :: :::: loop .....loaoa...... OMp Ar..Everett..Ar ...... 8l1Oa.. .. lItftp'q ),
properly combined with Phosphoric ., ... ... .. .... .... .. 1131111..... ..... Ar..BrunswickLv ..... 30a ... .
of science relating to agriculture and ...... .... ...... 12271- .. ... ttllOp A6...Savannah. ...1.. ...... 641\11 .... :400j1 ...
I will be prepared with a view to its 60011238p ......1169& L..Savannah..Ar ....I. 11011& 11"111 26s'' .
Acid and Nitrogen, and :::::: :::::: 93.11' 220p ...... Ib4aAr. Falrfax. C..LY ...... 1I0fIa Aria 12Ma: ::".
special distribution at Paris expo- ..... 242& .....
.. .. ..,..1030p 3MI' :: .Denmark'IO N 308a10a)2Ina;
: ( liberally applied, will improve lilt Ion. The division of forestry will .....: ... ... .:.... 9381) ...... Bbba .. .... .: ... 1I2Oa .....
contribute short of .... ...... ...... 438p ...... 436& Columbia, S.C II ......124ia........1103..a ...:
soil and increase a history forestryin ...... ...... .... .. .. ... ...... 1128a "BPsrtanburgSC" 8001) .... .. ...... .. .
F every yield the United States and also an account .. .. .. 1401) tI Asheville'N. C. :::::: .."..
,...,: :....: ....:. 8401)960 "Charlotte NC. II .:..:: 1020.. ... .
t of the efforts of private land. 81\a!\ ....:.
and quality of any crop. 4S ...... ...... .....10101' .... .. 8a sburi N.d.II ....... I' .. .....1 641Ia..
owners to apply the principles for ...... ...... ......1127p ....., 1210a ."Oreensboro. N..O" ...... 72np .. .. .......
estry. An Impression widely prevails ;..... ...... ..... 1236& ,..... lOOp Danville Va. ...... eo.p .... .. 4111a......
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which ...... ..... :.. .. SCI ...... 621\p RI c h mon d'V.a. ..... J2 lIOn .. liMp..
tell how to buy and use, fertilizer with abroad thai little or nothing has been ...... ...... ...... 241\a..... 828p "LpnchbnrgVa.: ".. .,...., ... ., 21511p ..:::
and done In the United States in the way ...... ...... ...... 4150a..... 62sp "Charlottesville' ...... 2181)/ ) :.. .. :&.......
greatest economy profit. .. .... ...... ...... TMa ...... ,011'I' Waahington ." ... 1111\1I .. .... 9211p
of forestry. This Impression Mr. ..... ..... ...... 9121 .....1 .: Baltimore .: .,.... 942a .. ... 11511p ::::::
om nAN KALI WORKS, Flncbot thinks, the' yearbook 'ought to ... .. ..... ...... 1138a .. .... 2ea: Philadelphia II.. ...,. 72na ... .. 117.j> ....
03 NMMII St., New York. ...... ...... ...... 20Ip: ...... 8 23a New York ...... 12 JI\II .... .. 2M.......
-- -- . remove, and, In seeking information ....... .............. 900p.... ... 300p "......B 011 to n. .....II ........ 1001' .. .... b820 ooa.....::
regarding such forest work as has been
k ::-.... .:=. ..... 7 4bp L. .Jacksonville Ar .,.... ...... ......
described he earnestly Invites corre- Tri-'V cckly Sailings 1000a..... ...... ...... 988pAr..Everett..Lv... ..... ...... ... .. ; 8 91h
; spondence from those who have done 440p .0... ...... ..,.., 1I011a .... Atlanta.... ...... ...... ......
720p :..... ...... ...... 9211a ..Chattanoo a.. .. ..................... 111gt730p
any work along the lines/ of forestry. ...... ...... ...... .. .... II ...Clnclnnat ... II ... ................ .Blot....)

Working Night and Day. No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 11 At a. m.
For New Orleans, trair leaves Jacksonville 930 a. m.,.wlth through tteeivn
The busiest and mightiest little thing rivIng New Orleans 7:40: a. m. G.Jy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from v,

that ever was made is Dr. King's New (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) leans 7!2S p. m. BLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .

FARM FORESTRY.Tree Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated .38 and 38 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and
the Ctw
globule of health, that changes weak- Sleeper via Asheville.
----. ness into strength, listlessness into en. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe iVon. 33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connect!
Planting In the Norihenit, the brain-fag into mental 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
Nest and the Pine Ileltn. ergy, power. Theyare 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlinh
wonderful in building up the health. Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
Wherever the planter has chosen his Only 25c per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, All !; will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the citr l
trees with intelligence and so succeeded druggistProfessional office,202 Hogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office. '
Clyde NeW England and Southern Lines.] L. A.SHII'MAN, A. O. P.A. F.C.; WRIGHT, Dis.Pass. Agt., 202 W &,
In producing a useful plantation, .
Gen Pasi. ,
h, thero boa been the real spirit of for Gards.U Direct Service Between ipa:

estry.In the spruce lands of the northeast, Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
for example, many lumbermen have TJOBBINS & GRAHAM .
,. come to HIM that by 1 leaving the small (Calling. at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
trees standing they can return for a ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, I SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: : Southern.Railway

second crop earlier than would! otherwise OFFICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Southbound..... ...:................ ........................ ..... .......from Lewis Wharf, 'Boston .

be possible! and that this plan and 2 to 4 p. m. Northbound...,......................... .......,.......... from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville :

pays. In many cases they are leaving TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. -
the spruce which measure's' less than P. O. Box, 108.

10 luchos In dlu1I'tl'I': and In others eral.Will practice all thwcniirtu- ntar and fed Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

that which mcittmres less than 12 Special facilities for examining and perfect. Excellent Service Out of Florida.

i inches, because the trees under these UK land titles.IIOUQIITON'S. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

', sizes can be harvested with greater
Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.:John's River. NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH
i, profit It they are left a few years to on. .
gain a larger growth. t Similar workhas STEAMER

been done In other sections of the FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS MURO1IISON,"

United States as, for Instance In the CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
, southern pine belt, where repeated on the (Denton) Leave Jacksonville B M p.m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays. PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, THOROUGHFARECOACHES

crops of long loaf pine !have bwn cut Now at Palm Beach Leave rianfordfliOO/ :. a. !Mondays and Thursdays. VESTEBTJLED TRAINS.

from .the same tract.

By tar' the greater amount of such OAULDEN Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. NEW YORK' AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
-work has, however, been done by D.L. ,
Through Vestibnled Drawing-Room Sleeping Care between Tampa and New Ti
Farmers and other owners of small ATTORNEY-A T-LA W, -WARBURTON, T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER; : JR., Fla. Pass. ARt.: via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without change.
: ; tracts of woodland. Very many farmers 6 Bowling Green,New York. I 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .
rt. have made a practice of thinning Will practice in all the Courts of the State C. P. LOVELL, Asst.Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
u Florida, and the United States Courts. Jacksonville, Fla. | Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. ,
\ their wood lots with care, first removing TIIEO. G. EGKK; T. M., B Bowling Green, New York.W1I. .
1,1) Box, 235. TITUSVILLE FLA. Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and HIT Ii
t the dead, dying or unpromisingtrees pi LYDE CO., General Agent, via Savannah and Columbia. 1
and then letting the remainder Money Loan. 18 8 Bowling Green.New York' 12 So. Delaware Are., Philadelphia. ,

I stand In order to utilize the growth of 1_|I i Embracing Lynchburg;, Charlottesrllle,

the trees and to obtain continually. NI.GO:'DSMITH, Washington, Baltimore and Phlladelpb!

from the wood lot 'firewood and other .

; material for the farm and occasionally A n\KNEY-AT-LA\V, Florida East Coast Ry. C1nclnnatl.ThroUih Pullman i Drawing-Boom Sleeping Carl to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanoop

r'+ 4 a crop of' larger trees for the market.
Other farmers, again, devote a number Titusville, .. Florida. TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Pullman Sleeping Cars to
;fit, of acres to the production of hard
Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville Through
wood sprouts for fuel. They cut over SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). ,
tho laud every 25; or 30 years' and calculate 1'J. WEUB, NoM '
dly NO'l8DaUT "LAND OF "
: that from one-half to one cord Ex IU Dally Ex 111Ip

of wood Is produced annually by this TTORNEY.A T-LA W, "i2 a Leave........................ Jacksonville ............. ..........Arrive Sop 1065a. Dally Limited Train For Cincinnati vIa ETeretfc
system of forestry Will 10 BOa Arrive....................... St.AUll'UstiDe ............\...........Leave 8:1Op: V.....
practice in the Courts of the 7th 10 ma Leave....................... St.Augustine .......................Arrive 816p V 40.
; Tree planting on waste places on Circuit.. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand 11 lea ......... .... ... ........ Hastings. .. .. ...... .... .........Leave 686p V04ap For detailed information
the farm Is yet another kind of forest rents and accounts collected. 6..6 tI1i rrive... .... .... .... ... .. .... PaJ/l.tka.. .. . . . .. ...Leave 41iOp any agent of the S01J''l'HmJUllUILW..Y as to rates or Its ichednles connections Bleeping oar reservations, tt*, a

ry which has been practiced.! Work of Titusville Florida.T .8 4/lp 11 00a Leave . ...... .. .... Palatka... ... . ... .. ..,.. ..,Arrive b 4U, '"i1
s this character\ Is now widespread, and ;i ...... Arrive...... .. ... ...... .... tan Matuo. .. ....... .. .......Leave ...... "'J"'iji;
-aIK much of It has been accomplished. In '100a Leave ..... .,.... ... ... .... San Mateo ..... ... ,.. ..... ... .....Arrive '1116,, R. W. HUNT Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street, JacksonTlll,

i O. FRIES, C. K Iby rl&la Leav........................ East PaJatk& ........................Leave 6/Op: l8a J. M. GULP W. A. TtJfik 8 H. HARD WI
1 :New England there\ are numerous instances J 7 4Sp 1260p ., ...............,........,. Ormond .......................... U 47p 'I13a .
1 of planting white pine on COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land 7 Sip 1000p ............. .............. Daytona ........ ..;............. It 88/1p '101al06p Traffic Manager u. G u. Pass. Agt. Aut. GeD.PAUuU
IISp ................ ..,....Port Orange .... ........... .. .... 826p 861al2tlp Waahlngton, O. Washington b. C.
wasto places with excellent results, and sub-divided. Il\5p\ If ....................... New Smr.rna .. ..........;......... It 'lOOp 800a161p April 10 1899.
and in Massachusetts the planting of legally surveyed 222p If ................... ...... Oak Htll........ .................. tn"'p! ,
Mapping done. Estimates for / 80up ......................... Titusville......................... 14I\p\ aa5.8up
larch has proved highly satisfactory neatly ..,... 8 MOp ..........................CityPoint......................... .. 1p......
.. Many farmers have found profitableto all kinds of works. DIsputed ...... 86p! If ................ ........................ ... l07p ......
engineering: ...u. 841p .................u.fl.Rocklndge......................... 104p ......
plant locust and red cedar for fence ...... 412p .................. ....... EauGallie ..n.n..... imp ...... MALLORY LINE.
;; posts, and In more than one case tho lines a specialty ...... 421p ..........u............ )ielbourne ......................... .. 1224p..... STEAMSHIP
s .. .. ...... 467p w .......................... Roseland ......................... 114ta! ......
} cultivation of black walnut has 'fITU8VILT.E. Brovard Co., FLOKIDA. ...... 6(11p .. ....."................... Sebastian .......................... .. 1148& .. ...
I, &, brought large returns. In the central ...... 86:0 .......................... St. Lucie......................... ." 1065a ...... Florida
...... 816p .................. ...... Fort Pierce ......................... It 10 Jn. ...... New York,
west the fast growing catalpa and the W, ALLEN, 641p ............ .......... .....Eden... ........................ 10 O a. Philadelphia and Bost|
ailanthus have produced remarkable GEORGE a 114-lp ...........................Jensen......... .................. a 10oo.Tvo" 1 "4
In the hands of JOg ClIIUp .. ....... ....... ............. Stuart..., ....................... VIIOa 208 From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
results In short periods ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ally 126p ........................ Robe Sound ........................ 910 Daily f PASSENGER SERVICE.To .
l private gro''ers.A rTU: 11111p ........................ West Jupiter...................... VO'Ia Er:: ; i
A distinct branch of tree planting Is Key West Florida slap .... .............. .......'Ve.t Palm Beach ............"....... A83aIllip:: make connections with steamers, leave JwH
f 114a! IIIIIIp ........ .......... ........Boynton....... .................. 8l6a102ep k on Thursdays at H:20 a. m., via Fernandina and"Go'Pl*
practiced in tho treeless states of the Will practice in the United States 149ft 8411p ........,... .......... .....Delray............... ............ .. 7o.1oo2p402.987p (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 0:30: l
west. There in addition to the uses to ".. ,....................Fort Lauderdale..................... .. 707.745p614a .J) t route. Or via all rail, lenvlne Jacksonville : oa.m l
and State Courts Ojun93) / 1020p ........ .... .........l.fImonCitl'........... ............ ii A21a/ 565a1Ul4n & 1'). via Everett and Southern R'y. Passengers takJ
which their wood Is put, trees have Arrlve...... ... .... ..... ......Miami..................... .....: AIOa 680p per aboard steamer that night.

1. proved of great value in the form of E. SMITH 31. D. BETWEEN NN:1V :IYHN.\ AND OHAl\t enJu.se'l'ION..

windbreaks, In these casesthe best RALPH No. 8 o 1 STATIONS. No. 2.; o.tlUbpi3itrs I PROPOSED SAILINGSLv.

results hlhgen<'l'ully been obtained Lor......... ... ........" 'ewStnyrna .......................Art bp 8631)86op112la .New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:00p.: m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Bin
AND SURGEON II .. lIelen .................. .........Lv 1:1:
from the catalpa, maple, PHYSICIAN ...............a.... ... LAke lOp 440\ ,
osago orange, 4021)11 ma .. ............. ......... Orange City........................... 121JOn 424p Friday, Sept 29.. .. ............. ........., LAMP'ASAS ". .... Frld|
I. elm, box elder, Norway spruce Scotch Specialist in Genlto, Urinary and Rectal 406 11.lIa Ar.......... .' .. ...Orallge City Junction.................... 11 6.a 41.p Friday, Oct 6.... ......... .. .. ... ... COLORADO ?....::: .. ., pedal
pine' and! others' according to differing All trains between New and City Junction Daily except Sunday.llKTWf Friday<< 13...... .... ... ............RIO GRANDE:.. .. ...... .. Fnl
? Diseases bmyrna range !. .: ttUlav\ 'jo.. .... ... .. ... ....... ......COLORADO.. ... .
4,, local conditions. KN n ID VILIjK AND: ANKOUI
There Is yet another use to which r>7 Forsyth Street. No.1l1 I STATIONS.IAu. :> No.Ii For general Information, steamers. trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent,.fack oi<'|

tree planting has been put. Along the JACKSONVILLE .. .. FLORIDA: &tv......,................n..u.Tituavine.....................................Ar l5p: BASIL GILL, S. A.,220 W Hay St
banks of have been set fJ ...,................................. .1>111111.......................................1.. II\: H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Brunswick, Ga.
sh'eaulstrtes Ii ................................... .Osteen ................................... 1I117a Agent
: to tlx the fast erodingsoil I amid to prevent al" ..............................' .....Enterprise................,................... II 11Jta: C. MALLORY,General Agent. Pier 20, E. River, and 383 Broadway. X Y.
cultivated TT\U. 0, II. PEETE, ........... .... ..... .Enterplise Junot0n.....n................0U... 11I1a, __ _
and ___ _
s, the Increasing'floods( on lOOa Ar .. ... ... ..n.. .. .u.. .. .. .. ...'Rnford... .. .. ......... ...... ...... ...... ... 1100. u._ ___
h11181111's, which have begun to AU train botevn Titusvillo and Sanford Daily except Sunday
from 1he washing of ruin trees ,
have been made to do good service in 663 Cherry Street, I KEY WEST AND HAVANA. PLANT S1STLi J JIf I

chocking the excessive surface drainage
I and saving tho fertile soil. Macon, Ga. Tiie Monmui of the )i'iuiida Kant Count btoaun hip Company are upjxjLuttd to t 11I111/111 follow!

t t.. The protection of woodlands from STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND -

fire forms ouu of the most Important W M. McL. DANCY, D. D. I.. .you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

branches of tOl'l'Stl.'hlch hlvo.el'l1. Leave Miami Sunday and 'NVednemlnyb; Arrive Key West Mondays and ThurvdfljH. *

f. practiced the United States!: Indeed,, Graduate of Philadelphia College ofSurgeon Liuve Kty Nest Mointuya and Thursdays; Arrive llttvaim l'uv lt du\' and North South East West
without such protection any efforts to 1'r.diii)".. ,
class 1S72. Perfect operations NOl TllDOUND.I.t'"ve .
timber with 1'Iew to Voproductlou -
cut South
Hazeltlno Block Northwest
promised corner Bay or
I. or to plant new forests are IlavYn'1'uesdvy. smut Fridays: Arrive Key West Tuesdays and FrMaya!
and I.aurlSt.., JACKSONVILLE, FLA, Leave t"I't ,, Miami and
useless Various moaidurea to guard Key Turniiaj-K and Frid Arrive \\Viliu-hti.iys Saturdays.: :
l)ttrturfrum Miami will be made boon aa ponaiblo alter arrival o( train dS Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways. and Steamship U'j
been adoptedIn
,' against forest tires have on 1,11111:' data.'Phnse'uae'i'a. om
In OBEUT McCAUREL gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mon i
localities For ,
; R nhow the limei at which lrum*aud boats I may Ut rxpwtmltoarrivttau.l nd O.\lL 5
the Atlantic pine belt many forest depart from the wveral elation and port, Uu their arrival or departure at the tlmei !! various other points, with Its all the year round DOUBLEs 11.1
stated U not guaranteed nor duel the Company hold iuolf ledpuiutbla for any delay or the best lIy
of uuy route and that information obtained
be prompt"
owners burn oft the upper layer CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ton'...gneuces arising therefrom. can
.. ,,leaves and\ needles In tho early springlu For cop of local time card call at ;:SW$ west Bay Strict: Jau.uiiuvU10, or addr >*i or calling on

order to prevent tho spread of tire Churches aspeclalty. Steam stone works J.P. BECKWITII. Traffic Manager J. U RAHNKK, A. Q. P. .... ItF. passengQ1A' ;
8t Angnxtine M. Jolly, Division ( 7 t
later In the watou. -
t- -- -- JUCkSOU'111'B.
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In Michigan/ lumbermen have en- CONCORD AND rilllCHAUU STS., 133 West Bay St., Astor Block, !

leaue to lessen tho danger from flro CHAUI.KSTON So. CA.STEPHEN JOB: PRINTING W. Wrenn1 Passenger Tiaffio Manager, Savannah: t'a.
by lopping and burning the brush left ,
The cutting of tire
after lumbering.
strips along railroads! and even within I ALL ,

1' the forest Itself, has been used as a ATTOUNEY-AT.LA\V, .' OF KINDS, The. ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing,
precaution against Ores. But a com
mon and II'cry effective way to guard Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building' Executed I" at theADVOCATE Suit (tM '
UPS? Prices to i
ugalust&; tire Is careful watching, Many. JACKSONVILLE, FLA, PRINTING- OFFICE. '.' .. .-'. :" '


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=== BLOOD Otter, FmU of !<. Author, Wko .. Yes, August Flower-still has the largest : CONSULTATION
sale of medicine In the civilized\
r TirUSVlLLE. Still t.UInc In r-njthUeep.le. any
Some of the nabobs .of the present world. Your mothers and grandmothers with\ our home treatment. We are

day advertising world who think they never thought$ of using anything else for physicians, and you get the benefit

IAN' RIVER HOTEL TROUBLES ate "the only pebble on the beach" Indigestion or Bllliousncss. Doctors of our experience. No matter what
were scarce,, and they seldom heard of
' '' T1TUSVILLE ought to take a trip down to Tough- Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or your trouble Is, how simple or how

11: krepsle and listen to the advertising Heart failure, etc. They used August hopeless we can do you good, and

l INDIAN RIVER, CUUF.D Ill narratives an old man there may relate Flower to clean out the system and stop If we can't we will honestly tell you
to them. And the old man can fermentation of undigested food,regulate
FLORIDA. B, B. B..Botanic( Blood Balm. ubstantlate his narratives with facts tho action of the liver stimulate the so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
hopeless have
and action, people been entirely -
and proofs and Is not a mere yarn nervous organic of the system
for Bad Blood. spinner, like many of his degenerate and that is all they took when feelIng and permanently cured.by
dull)) and bad with headaches and
J. G. MAST Proprietor. successors. Ills name is De LInton
other aches. You only need a few doses COMPOUND
e.J Wing, and years ago he won for himself of Green's August Flower In liquid formto
the title of "progenitor of liberal make satisfied there Is nothing OXYGEN
J A The hotel fronts on the TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE his vsteuslve advertising you
advertising" by serious the matter with Sample
.ti .. you.
e,+' wldeavl' of bay((7 miles of famous brand of flour of bottles at J. 1'. Cooper's drug store at Why nortako heart again and invcs.
( ; In width
fl pp, g ui. "u ILN i i i mi Indian Klvcr), formed by the which he was the proprietor, the Ju- Cocoa, and F. S. ChafTeo's drug store atTltusvl1le. tlgate this ,great: principle. We have'
dui making It a Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? Fla.Remember .
delightful summer re linn mills Hour. thousands of testimonials. Send for

von ? bi 4 .yin m ,nm s winu a ia, sort. Constant cool Docs your skin feel hot and swollen!? It is said that at one time he was hook on home treatment, wonderful

A }' breezes from the sea and Have you pimples? Eruptions\ ? Srofula worth'$,IUUI>nOl>u), but lost his fortune that tho INDIAX RIVER cures to the sick, etc, free
Il bay. Flowing: sulphur partly by speculation In buying news ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job printing
.a t t i m x'' 0 springs. Special summer ? Eating sores? Itching, burning papers.' at short notice. Send them an order

:r I h rates. eczema? Bolls? Scaly eruptions?. Skin One of Mr. Wing's greatest advertising and be convinced that It is the place to DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,.
have job printing done.
feats was the insertion In the
or scalp Itch? Cltarrh11 run down!? London Times, much to the surprise of 1112 Glrnrtl St., IMillu., li.Ot .

Malaria? Aching 'bones? Have you the slow going Britons of a full page Deafness Cannot lie Curedby IT fob OnoVirginia
hereditary or contracted blood taint? advertisement of his famous brand of local applications, as they cannot
Have flour. It was claimed as a. Joke that reach the diseased'! portion of the oar
they resisted medical treatment? Mr. Wing, who alone had the secret There is only ono way to cure Deafness,

Hotel Rathburn OLD.... If you have any of the above :blood and the'patent for the manufacture of I.. and that is by constitutional remedies. Homes

CAIU.ETOS. troubles procure a bottle of B. n, B. the Julian mills flour, introduced In i Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition *
the Ingredients! moistening of alcohol of tho mucous lining of the )';us-
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directlyon and bops that gave a pu.ngency1IOn tachian Tube. When tills tube gets Inflamed -f--

the poison and humor in the ]blood, which many family was mildly ox you )11\1'0"' r\lmbllnJlllound or Im You learn 1\1Iabollt Virginia: Lands,
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. perfect hearing, and when It is entirety
neutralizes and expels it, makes a pef- hllarated every morning, at breakfast closed Deafness is the result" and unless Its resources, products, mode of cultivation
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass and he had an n part of his businessaccounts the Inflammation can ho taken out and places, etc, by leading: the
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and'steam manent cure and heals every sore. B. a letter from Lord Palmer this tube restored to lie normal condit

heat. Will open November 1st, 1809.! American planRKITT'S ........... B. B. goes to the root of the trouble ston, prime minister of England, In ion heating will\ be destioyed forever; for Virginia Farmer .send Wets
3 months
HOTEL PLACIDE, lain St After Novlteon. .. which the latter expresses the thanks nine cases out of ton me canned by catarrh subscription to the
Plan and cures after all other methods fall. '
European only.Travelers' of Queen Victoria 1 and her ministry for which is nothing but an limned Farmer Co., lIIl'lJlll\] \ ".

Even such tenlblo blood diseases as bags of his Hour, because, ns tho min condition of tho mucous surfaces.We .

New ister Raid, of Its elevating effects! at will give Ono Hundred Dollars for
cancer, eating sores and chronic rheu-
I. Hotel. each meal. any case of Deafness (canned by catarrh) Choice .

Management matism are cured by using B. B. B. In the advertisement In the London that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarth was'i Wlnos,Liquors
Cuio. Send for circulars, free.F. .y
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic buildingup Times Mr. Wing had such striking
J. CHENEY CO.' Toledo, O. ; Cigars,
N. F. GARCIA Proprietress. the broken down constitution, stimulates lines as these: ".Tnllnn mills sec the p"*Sold by Druggists,: 7*>c. I I'I I JI II Guaranteed Pure

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. queen;j" "I'almerston! sets his Julian Hall's Family 1'1111are tho best.Si .
the appetite increases the vital-
cakes early and saves England's honor Sold at reduced

ity' of the blood .and gives a clear, by reason of the daring spirit they In. I 'I'Itu.llftr.d VltUrotlon CNBC. l I ,y price
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. fuse In him." In the middle of the rat
smooth skin, free from t blotches) bumpsor A parliamentary return shows that
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA.Take 'page was a woodcut most terrible during 181)8 0,131 experiments 'were fi Tnknjr Wine,
pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For London Times of from
car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Innovation for the ;performed under licenses In England Italy.
sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per Mr. Wing seated between the qut't'n'an(1 and Scotland on llvug) animals.

large bottle, G large bottles (full treatment Lord I'nlmerston who, are both Of these 7,040 were In the nature of John B. Togni,

)TEL OXFORD' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite ) $3.:; Trial bottle sent free to begging him to come to England and Inoculations or hypodermic injections, Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Bay SU.JACKSONVILLE .
St. James Hotel. live at Windsor. To this Mr. Wing responds :'which are the only experiments performed .

I sufferers. Write for a bottle and do- "I am an American sovereign, without anaesthetics, while of FLORIDA.
Convenient to all parts, of the city commodious rooms, comfortable and greater than the British crown." Wholesale end Itrtnll......
scribe troubles and will ,tho remaining 1,011, 1,008 were without
your we give
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant i, One of Mr. Wing's greatest enter complete anaesthesia --- .
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- free medical advice. Address Blood the celcbrn- pain having
prises was during great
vllle. been maintained from the commence- The Largest and Most Complete
Ion Balm Co. l Mitchell( St. Atlanta tlon of 1858) over the Atlantic cable. '
MRS. M. O. FINLEY Tropr. Oa. ment of the experiment until the animal Establishment South.
turned out In '
Albany great procession
Medicine sent all charges prepaid.AGENTS'WANTED.For was killed.
at the head of which was the great I In Ireland there 303
I were experiments GEO. S. HACKER & SOR
wagon of D. L. Wing, made entirely of
ST. AUGUSTINE. of which 111) were on dogs, 1 on .
"The Life and flour barrels. Sixteen flour barrels, a rat, 15 on mice, 11 on guinea pigs,
Achievement of Admiral Dewey. the world's served as, wheels, and thousands of 145 ou rabbits and 12 birds. Theso
hero. By Murat llalgtead, the life on
LAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. long friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. barrel staves formed an awning over are Hiild to have been "on the whole .
Biggest and beat book'; over 1 500 ages, 8x10 the body of the .wagon, on which CO
Indies; nearly 10J paces\half-tone Illustrations. ,free from, pain or only moderately
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near Only $1 i.ao/ Enormoim demand. Hip commissions. young ladles in bakers' dress were conducting painful."-London Mall\

Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. quick.. Outfit The oininion free. Chance Company of a lifetime, 3rd Write Floor a mimic bakery of tho Julian

Rooms, oOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. Caxton lililir", Chicago cakes. Thousands of Albanians were

D. SANCHEZ, Manager. gratuitously served with bread that lied Hot From the Gun

day from the Julian mills flour, and at Was the ball that hit Q. B. Steadman, I

Storing Squnilie! For Winter."I the home of nearly every poor family of Newark, !Mich. In the Civil War. It
JENSEN. prefer to leave the Mjunfilu's where in the ward In which Mr. Wing lived( caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment

they have grown mull n light frost has were left that night a barrel of flour helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's

killed the leaves," hays' an Iowa correspondent and n )photograph\ of Wing and Queen'lctorla.AllJuI1Y' Arnica.Salvo cured him. Cures Cuts,

JENSEN, FLORIDA of Orange! JwM Farmer. "Select \ Press and Knicker BrulsuM, Bums, Bolls\ Felons, Corns .
1 Fresco Hotel l lJ. If possible, a good, dry dny, go bocker. kin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on cai'tli. MANUFACTURERS OF
BREVARD COUNTY. through the patch and sever the 25:>> cts. a box Cure guaranteed Sold by

squashes from the vines without cutting What Scrofula Is. F. S, Chaffeo, druggist, Doors, Sash Blinds,

i L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR.New or breaking them. Then place Scrofula disease ns old antiquity
some hay or straw In the bottom of It has been handed down for generations Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona
:! House; best accommodations on the East Coast; table first-class and the. ungorior; : wheelbarrow, and place and Is the same today. as In early times.. Moulding & Building Material.

every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements.In each squash carefully In the same, It Is emphatically; )) a disease of the blood Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet
the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Fish and handling them like eggs, no as not to and the only way to cure It Is by purifying soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and Ofllco A; Warerooms, King, opposite

Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. bruise. Take them to a dry, cool shedor the blood. That is just what Hood's fancy toilet articles In great: variety. Cannon 8tfllet.Charleston .

n't Fail to Stop at Jensen AVIieii Visiting Indian llivcr. upper room nnd there leiivo ,them Sarsaparilla/; does In every, case where It M HUSTON, propr.. .
is given n faithful trial. It. eradicate
as long safe from ,
as freezing. After
impurities from the blood, and cures
Titusville Boarding Houses. this they should be taken to a dry, cool the sores, boils, pimples and all forms of ", : Marriage Paper. : et
cellar or pit and laid, not over two skin diseases duo to scrofula taints In i v lapel.unt. Sash Weights Cord and
5f"'irJ. ,
deep, one deep preferred on shelves the bl od. Hood's Siirsapaillla has won tion formal mid I'erixuml., 100 wort

IS SI DEISNER'S BOARDING. HOUSE, 'l'lTUSYILIE, the lowest of which should not be less the grateful praise of vast uumbois of M i:"a3a- ad freo loU'lltw.AMERICAN eatupiecopy,Toledo, Ohio>aSOCIAL ;' Hardware.

than one foot from the bottom of the people by its grand and complete cures. ,
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, cellar. The cooler they ran be kept Don't allow scrofula to develop In your nrcnt Rijc' "Mi, "t. 8AMPLEonplellof IO( Window
rakes Hotels, etc, go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, without freezing the lUtt..l.;" blond. Cure It at once by taking 1100(1'8aaraaparlI18. ,'ml Mnuni4ip..ent I I.IH.II ull rvrtljit llJton'ntNowHpllpen of llof'ir ixmiinin' and Fancy Glass

and! families supplied. rlliedo Adv liurcuu, '4 bt, ClaIr$t.,To'edo, Ugh A SPECIALTY.

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Itruve Men ,"'all|
Victims stomach, liver And kidneytroubles cured Whliker.! home Bikltf with

Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. AS well as women, and all fuel D PI U M out sIn Hook of p rtlcuUr -
; pent
Special the results loss of appetite\ poisons\ In rOEC.
rates by week or month -IIt'nft: DH It, M WOOL LI Y CO..
O. BOUKXIGJlT i ,'Proprietor. the blood, hnckarhfl: nervousness, bend- ., ..... .. u'\ice. 104 North Prjror 8Wwer
,== ache and tired, listless run-dnwn feeling
-= But there U no.need to feel like that.

Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind.
NIC ABEND'SDEPOT Ue say: "Electric Bitters are just the
> thing for a man when he U all run down
and don't care whether ho lives or dies.It fERRYSStEfEDS :
FOR did mole to give me new strength and

good appetite than any thine I could take.I ; .
can now cat anything and have a new
artliolomay's Rochester Beer. lease on life" Only 50 cents at V, S.

ChatToo' dl'ug stoic. Every bottle guar. JI .UmU.ytumiuO--tlit-lrr n>
,, anteed. :rua > uvury ymr aa Uiu ae .t.!.t.uP
I I ar 1 r'l' ,Ili Il c k + ; .nut to U) ruliK.
Fine and boat tor ulv ,
Wines, Liquors Cigars. I lii Ituilinuin
: r. Nverywbxrx, >It r u'nq
RCHAXTS lAUNCH 12 to21. M. 25 CENTS. :INo. IO.V HIirM llhoniliolil.i'Ks / ,I/Nr M.II MIW.y. Npllh II

130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. : 1..1 junto. :2. Conformed! to //' no ii on rMk tmvlntf-Huy Infra I'rrrl'a.Iwo
rules of rlclil. 3. l 1IIIUlJfII.l 4. To delay. { I la'klW+alAnnnnll.frrtl.U. | .
--= M. .HillDROPSY A l/1UNlr.14
5. To take unlawfully. Aid.
Down: 1, A letter. -'. An ahbrevlation. -
OMESEEKERS a, A nerivM. 4. })ry. C. Narrow -.

.... .. .... ways. 0. Dest'i-ted. 7. A dlocexe u. An ;"-.u___._ ____.__.__..:... ___ ____.=-::
abbreviation. l D. A letter.- The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate, CUIID with nletabl.U""ocll .

Wb Q arc Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for a seventy years of age, who fcas been in the infirmary for three years, many thouiand_ Har cured c....

Millions Given Away.It sufferer from Indigestion and has been taking Ripans Tab. called liopvloiM. In tie
cony! 01 tholorida a great (.,. digest two-lhl r is certainly gratifying to the public ...1. TxHtlmonlalii and TEH DATS treatment tree.
and half and finds them beneficial that he is
ules about a year a so DK.H.H. GREiK'J SOUS, boa K,Atlanta, ,
to know of one concern in the land who
are not afl aid to be generous to the suffering never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used ina ==--: % -ou.----

East Coast Homeseeker. 1>1'. King's and needy.New Discovery The proprietors for Consumption of testimonial, as it might be 9f use in persuading some other personto BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE ,

Coughs and Colds, have given; away try them. A second old gentleman In the same institution .

over ten million trial bottles of this great of has had liver trouble for and l
t* medicine; and have the satisfaction of eighty-four years age, many years T \

hai. lands for Fruit Growing| Trucking Tobacco Growing and for knowing; it has absolutely cured thous.ands finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two .iIt.

and of hopeless cases Asthma, Bronchitis nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer
Homes Climate the healthiest in the United States. Hoarseness and all diseases of the .
Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely Cur. from Indigestion, causing headache depression of spirits and nerv MARKS
to ed by It. Call on F. B. Chaffee and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 4 &e. ''5'i
JAS. E. INGRAHAM Tanta Commissioner, 600 and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states Anyone.nrttnij' .kctrh and dr.crtldlna|/ ,umr. .i1
1 lUMWUim oar (>|"'liiu>ii H> .'
refunded. '
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, price that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with JndJgcs. iin'iiilliin. ur'ollr.mU<'III." !.e probably, 'II.et.muh'nl.menlrx Ilaiiilboofcuri<< !I'alvnla- '" rc:;
\U. u"
AUGUSTINE FLA. ,..... tJidxrt l aiiui'tt 5tu.-uri.nt INIMHU., _
ST. arid of and finds that the 'I'IIL '
GOLD !III of no value when health li tion, causing pain paroxysms belcfclng, 1'iiiunu taken turuuvbtptrM lluiiu A to: 'OIv..I U. '4- :
In danger, What's of more pPratt' have her nut Ie., without clmrio; lu the ,
Tabules are good indeed and Is perfectly willing to
,to-dato tablet* will break very rl\au.
up up Scieniific I ntn
ille :, a cold In one day, and for constipationand name used in a testimonial. i ; -
JobWork QiiIkyIxicitod biliousness and all malarial troubles, ""ANfEDt-A_ .1..111 tact W1'PA'$.a .ul..I b..ea, ,......... .... .............ara Orw A hnnrti, inn ly> 111t.ret! '"n/ iitiUo'>ij I'Mlrthl.w.nkj. y" 1'Icr.x.,1 nr:<" '
It has no equal By mail prepaid for :25p. ,1101. II""'....j'Jt H.r.... ..11M ..-.,..uN ..+.r. a.aa.euN HI"A...w,....-c..'.III ;; .,rL 5o14 nrau seWsl.l, '
"-.... ..... '" -7 4"'t.. hM lit...... -..J.o. Ni ffIiiWi; : '
I'ratt Medicine Co., Station U, Chicago ru ilia,$4d- r l.a I ..vwae4.4 ... Ii u..,ry_)raw is,wr IN& ; Ca 3816roadwsy' New York 1 :,

AT TUE ADVOCATE OFFICE. 111 Send for ample. Iliautb,,'111<*. .b r !bU: Wa..bWIIH.II, U.C: .I)

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xl a 1 .I / AN INTERESTING LETTER ABOUT THE-WASHOUTS A Shave anda Carroll c'&' Goldsmith

The first through southbound train Hair Cut.
since the storm came In over the Florida I GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
Have a great deal to do with the general: KiI>
:Mr. E. A. Waddell, a prominent real- East Coast. Railway last Sunday after-
I estate dealer of Miami, who is at present 'noon, about 4 o'clock, and the north I appearance of a gentleman. At Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited

in New York follows writes us., among other bound passed Titusville, about 5:30 p. I CARRUTHER'S' Barber Shop TITUSVILLE, FLQIUDA
things, af : m., the same day. :Superintendent R. T ,

KdUor Indian River Advocate : Golf states that the tracks were washed* TITUSVILLE, '
all the away from Rockledge to Alicia, None but experienced workmen are employed E. 11Jr J :seAD: :: ** :a
I would have been In Miami a week or below Fort Pierce. The rainfall there, and perfect satisfaction guaran ,

I. JE;OlV1E.," more ago: but my brother John A. Waddell he says, was the heaviest that has ever teed. Give us a call. Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy !
whom you know, is very low. lie been known, the official record showing J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. Groceries f
rr State Representative PENNSYLVANIA has been given up by six of the very best eleven Inches In one day, and eighteen I And Food Products of all kinds., Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,r'
doctors; so you can readily understandour inches In the lowest estimate for the Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing {
" IRON WOttKS CO., for anxiety. I am helping, when I can, three days that the storm raged. One )pAs an advertising medium, no the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit exclusively!
the Sale of GLOBI: GAS ENGINES, on the.East Coast can beat the yourpatroo
with business and have been paper
and very man said that the rain filled a barrel 3J Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltu8\'lIIe
Marine Give trial advt.
Stationary. ADVOCATE. us a .
of Massachusetts
busy through; parts feet deep in an open field. The tracks
and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
northern and northwestern New York -
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE were washed out in sections which had
. p GAS MACHINES.\ Safest, Cheap besides Canada.! As well as attending to never been touched before and the -
those sections In person, I have had rain storm was a record breaker, according A Mot1o* "
dwell quite a heavy correspondence with manyIn : to the evidence of one of the Lesley /
the Western States.I 'oldest residents of that section. As soon ROBBINS &: GRAHAM
For prices, catalogues and estimates, believe my efforts will be cause of as the damage was reported, Supt. Goff, (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
1 address, many going to the East Coast of Florida ordered one hundred men from the Pablo
BEKJ. W. JEROME, that never have gone before, and if I division down to the scene, and he per ...3Lj VW yOV&mmm Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and WhIst
could devote more of my time in this sonally superintended the All
Rockledge, Fla. way, I firmly believe I could bring abouta of the washouts have been filled [in and : Bottled Beers, Ales, and Stont. ---- _
fairly good showing.I the trains are now running[ through WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
The Annenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'lon. shall be at 84 Warren street for some north and south. Supt. Got Is said to UNITED STATES COURTS. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table

days yet. With best wishes to all my have worked night; and day, trying to Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given
Fumous St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer friends, I am E., W.yours WADDELL.truly, get the road bed in order.To orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville to It

i Bold by MfiM.Loftier& Motlow, Tltusvllle, Fla. ABSTRACTS of Title Famished
Hy Mr.J. I).Crabb,Conoa, Fla. Exhibit at Demand. =
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort 1'lerce, Fla. EDITOR GARDNER KILLED.
for Lands in Brevard and Dade INSURANCE Protect Your

' ...JOSEPH ZAPF... Mr. W. II. McFarland left here, this Property Against FIR!
A telegram from West Palm Beach, morning, for DeLand,wnere he will show Counties
:Monday, says: C. M. Gardner, editor his orange tree protector. A large crowd LIGHTNING: Arne: C1YCILON S
Wholesale Beer end Liquors. and publisher of Our Sunny' Land, of is expected to be present to inspect this
Miami, was shot and killed in this city, excellent invention for the protection of We have a large List I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual ]Li!
West Bay Street, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by Marcus citrus and other trees. Prof. Varn is Insurance Company., Am also] Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Frank, manager of the Boston Store. also expected to be present, to show his of Lands owned by Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

Mr. Gardner came here on the early device lor f"To same purpole. For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCUUTLER,
morning train to spend the day. He ourselves and clients. TItusville, Fit
passed Frank's store and became involved -
MAINARD BROS., In a controversy with young Frank Examine the Bridges. Price for unimprovedlands
over the publication of an article which
appeared in Our Sunny Land concerning; County Surveyor J. O. Fries left here,
Cleaning and Dyeing Franck's mother. The conversation grew; I Saturday last,for various[ points throughout $3 to $100 Just Received
heated and resulted In strong words. the county, to examine and report
Finally Frank fired the shot which resulted upon the Injury done to the bridges by per acre.
Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing in Gardner's death. Frank was the late heavy floods. .

cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. immediately arrested and placed in, jail. Mr. Fries returned here yesterday, and WE'have a few Residence, Orange
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The Coroner's jury rendered a verdict in says the county will be put to an expenseof A lot of Harness
accordance with the above facts and about $400 owing to, the late heavy I Grove and Pineapple 'Properties In desIrable Buggy Whips,

k 1 recommended that Frank be held for a rains, for three bridges were swept away locations. Prices Reasonable. r
For Sale. higher court. The remains of Gardnerwere and damage done to others.
shipped to Miami. Collars, Collar Pads and Riding

At Daytona, Fla., five and ten.acre Lout or Cattle and Hog Fr6m High Water. OFFICES TITUSVILLE
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. Reading notice ads. on this. page and MIAMI.
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal Whips.
terms. Address, are live cents per line per week. Our Bovine correspondent says :
A grand sight Is to look over the

22 Hogan COUKTtAND St., Jacksonville BUCKMAX,, Fla. MR. STETSON'S SOUTHERN prairie water: as;far just as the the eye tallest can see trees, nothingbut can be East Coast Meat Market

HOME.A seen. The water is higher than at any J-.As. JEI'J'OS.AED: : & SO
time since 1878. The loss of cattle is G. F. DUREN, Agent.

: Nurseries. recent visit to DeLand by an ADVOCATE estimated at five hundred head, whichare
Semi-Tropical Titusville Florida.
representative showed us that Mr. floating: everywhere,and over a thousand S -. S1 ,
hopfs can be seen floating. The .
John B. Stetson's residence is about 1} _.
ORLANDO, FLA. miles from town. It is an ideal Florida high water surely wiped out everythingon 00 ,::;a..

'SPECIALTIES :- home, with an air of ease and great comfort the prairie. 2. FURNITURE
Boone's Early-the. earliest and best about it, and is lighted throughoutby LS wpa I ,
;Early Orange. electricity. This beautiful southern Notice. =

Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPE home Is in charge of a very delightful -- DRY GOODS SHOE
FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE and intelligent couple, Mr. and Mrs. Indian River Lodge No. DO, F. & A. ,
TREES. Walker, who remain all the year round, I M., will meet this (Friday) evening,
Garry a full line of Citrus trees, also ill,., and' Mrs. Stetson only residing In October 13th, to hold a regular communi- _. tot r} 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.00
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, Florida.a few months during the year. cation. Members will' take due notice = -c>, .
::;a. 1" a "
Grafted Roses and Scupernong Grape Mr. Stetson's chateau stands on a thereof and govern themselves accord c, d tih O $1C
vines. beautiful knoll, in an inclosed park of ingly. Visiting members are 'cordially (No Second Hand Furniture.)
James Mott, 100 acres of delightful rolling land and invited to attend. Titusville ,Florida.

Box 170. Orlando, Fla. Is surrounded with a well-kept lawn, By order of M. M. J. MENDEL, Blue
jly28oct28. cement walks, flowers shrubs, ornamental Secretary. Hair Mattresses, Mattings, Flame Stoves, Shades, elj
I parks ((10 which are gigantic I alligators

I ), shade trees, different kinds of ; HEAR & TAYLOR Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla
shade trees, etc., etc. Mr. Stetson has Remittance to Counties. ,

; Grape Fruit spared no expense In trying defy Jack
Frost, for he has under cover about four State Treasurer Whltfleld] hasj-emitted Artesian, WellCONTRACTORS
acres of young'pineapple] plants, which I to the following East Coast counties When in JACKSONVILLE
and Orange Trees. look the pink of perfection, and promises I their pro rata share of the funds ensuing s L1 THE CLYDE
to yield a golden return for the care and from the sale and redemption of tax-sale Visit 1D:1r:
attention bestowed upon them. certificates during the month of Septem i1
We also noticed about thirty acres of ber, as follows : :! Eau Gallic, Fla The finest SALOON in the South.

I Grafted 'and Buddedon orange trees under cover of an,immense Brevard ... .. . ..' .$ 2067
structure, loft high, and built of heart. Dade. .. . ... . . .... 505 b
pine lumber, ,which is of considerable Duval: . . . . 1,40109 The best liquors that money canof
4 and'I 5 year old sour orange roots. strength. The young trees under this Monroe... ... ... ... ... 25118: WM. KNAUER,
't Grafts t to inch diameter, 4 to 0 feet, partial shade shows a deep, rich, olive St. John's. .' . . . 3001
well branched. Thirty varieties now color. Both the pineapple plants and Volusia .. .,. ., ... '". . '. 29 08 Wholesale dealer inCAN' all the favorite brands constantly on hand.

for orange trees sre watered by means of Merchants' Lunch from 11 a., m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export BeeBROTHERSL'
ready delivery. pipes laid under the shedding. When Senator Quay Arrives. ID "ST.
The best trees in the State at any turned on, there is a great pressure of
water, which falls like rain on the trees
price. Those wanting a really fine ar- and plants. Senator Matt. S. Quay and Congressman Buy your.candy from the Wholesale -

ticlo should write for prices at once,'and Mr. Stetson informed us that he intends Amos CummIng, of New York, to- Candy llouse. Call or '
engage trees! for fall and winter planting. purchasing several thousand frost. gether with a party of friends, passed GAY
proof tents, which will not only protecthis through Titusville, Monday afternoon, write for prices.
: These trees are undoubtedly the citrus trees in time of need, but en route to the winter home of Senator Address:

best in the state, address, other tender tropical trees nnd plants.Mr. Quay, St. Lucio, where they will remain
r. Stevens, Mr. Stetson's manager, for some time. The party was in the Corner of Madison and\ Adams Sts., Palatka Florida. GROCER
seems attend to things with considerable Pullman car Atlanta. This is the car JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ..
O. W. CONNER executive ability, and to judge: from the that Admiral Dewey and his party occupied .

general appearance of the surroundings, from New York to Washington. We make a Special Feature of our
Ocklawaha Nurseries. he is just the man for the place. The Senator is always a welcome visItor
to Indian River, and we hope he will The Three Whys.
ii. .
OKIJAWAIIA, FLORIDA. meet with much success hauling in tar Mail Order Departmenj
Bourn of Trade Meeting: of .
pon, as yore. ,

The usual monthly meeting of the TI- WHY KILL YOUR MOCKINGBIRD:
, W. M. MOODY'SBARBER tusville Board of Trade was held In their Little Brown Jug Water Filters $1.25and : with stale food, when you can Knowing how difficult it is [in some localities to get GOOD OROCKN:
j rooms over the Postofllce onWednesday $2.50 Claude Walton, agent. buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having tliemfl! ;
Food fresh -5o Ib promptly and carefully; and we know the and will\ be satisfa'ti t
every day at per ; sent quality prices
business of
SHOP.Close evening. was no
-If are a hunter read the new t
you We and
transacted. law 4th anywhere lOo extra to pay fieight. carry most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida,
.. game on page. WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.

-Will\ our correspondents please write when you can get a bottle of 1D:1r: SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
to Indian River Hotel, Titusville. A Social-Dance. as plainly and distinctly as possible? Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
We received some correspondence from
to cure for 50c.
A share of patronage solicited. Titusville Social Club gave; one of St. Augustine this week that three of
,.. your their enjoyable weekly dances on Wed. our staff failed to decipher, WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD- A. WADDELL]
nesday night which was fairly well at- ACHE, when you can get a bottle .
To The Deaf tended, considering the number of peo- of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will
ple who are out of town Notice. cure you in short order for lOc. Miami City and Dade County -

'A rich lady, cured of her deafness and II R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.
\ noiMd In the head by Dr. Nicholson's Went FUlilng. Business concerns or persons who may La Villa Pharmacy,
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his have entered Into arrangements with one Jacksonville, Fla. Real Estate Bureai
Institute, so that deaf people unable to Z. (1. Dunn for an advertisement in a
'is;< procure the Ear Drums may have them Mesdames J.as Pritchard,. and F, T. proposed book to bo called "The Shipper' Subscriber, your attention is drawnto
Budge and the Misses Kate Itrhard and
1 lice. Address No. 1134 The Institute and receivers Guide should sendto
t 780 Eighth Avenue, New, York, N. V. I, Stella vllle wharf Hale on were Wednesday fishing from afternoon the Titus and Mr. J. P. Beckwith'l'rafllo, Manager:; your the paper natne-aud-date or wtapper.( slip If(pasted you are upon in A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and YM

,t hauled in 25 yellow tails trout and other Florida, Fla.East, their Const contract Railway with, St.Dunn Augustine anda arrears, pitta** remit. Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove LanWest'

,- Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers fish, which they canted home In great copy of the advertisement which was Coast
triumph on strings. AGENTS WANTED.For "The Life and ___
to have been published. Any communications _
Achievements of the world's
Ii on this subject addressed to Mr. reateat naval A.dlDlralUewey\{Halatead the For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
TItusville 1'ubllo School.. Beckwith will receive prompt attention.. re-long friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. ARMOUR & CO. WIND MILLS]
.' f'- Abbakas Egyptian and Biggest and beat book; over 600 pages, Silo AIRMOTER chlal,0j
Golden Queen Inches! nearly 100 page halftone Illustrations.' Fertilizers, Chicago, 111.
Porto Rico, Smooth: Cayenne and hailSpaniah. Tltusvlllo's school Only $ demand. Dig commissions. .
public ,
Apply tot opened on Please write us whenever you fall to Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
Monday with Mr. W. D, Brown
" morning receive the ADVOCATE. nulCK. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor
MADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, of Grassy Cove, Tenn., In charge; while Caxtou; Vldg.,Chicago. '\
"Palm Beach Pinery," Mra. Eleanor Bright was present as as. .
i. West Palm Beach, Fla. sistant. The attendance on the opening: -- IIJtWELEO' CLOCK!
day wall not large, only about sixty putting ESTABLISHED 1875. WATCHES ;
The Orlando Nurseries In an appearance.On ,

Wednesday, Miss Bessie Bryan, of \JVrn.: :SO-C-eS: az CO.
& Clarkeivllle, Tenn.. arrived here, and is ,tai .ira.
Offer for November and December deIlver,1 i1Wee.eeJoWelry 1 1iSonoenirs
in charge of the kindergarten depart.
,000 choice budded and ,
orange ment, a position held for several winters GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
fruit trees are fouryears old
orange grape stock. ;6,030: sure bearing; sour fig by Mlw Ida R. Bates, who decided not Wedding Rings and Pr
to return to Florida this
trees, Peaoh, Plum, Fear and Persimmon season. 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
trees, ,Aall leading *nd best varieties.I .
; ChEAPER" W. handle only the beat and most reliable Seeds A complete stock'of" E & JEWELRY REP
i. j' 25,000 camphor trees; Imported seed. ANY ; than PAINT, Hay FIHE< 'ffATCH.iad ,
Everything carried by first-class nursery. I is Cabots' Creosote Stains Prices Corn Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both, bright and tSIIYER t
dark at wholesale. State agents for Trgert-Allen Fertilizer Co. SPECIALTY.
Write for prices, to and particulars on application to A t
QEO. II. WIUOHT, Taos, C. WATTS & Co., Star Brand 1 Fertiliser Guaranteed Analysts Orange tree and Vegetable TerttlUer,Pure Ground
Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash.Sulphate Potash Kalnlt eto. These fertilisers have no Spectacle and EyegUwe. Charge paid onVway. BJ- Rl1p25
General Manager Orlando Nurseries. Jacksonville\ Fla. superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free. 1*


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