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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00045
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NO.11. TITUSVIL.LE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1O, 1800. PRICE, Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS BICYCLES IN STOCK : Rambler, -Do you filter your drinking water ?. NOBBY AND NEAT new line of neckwear RHODES IS SHOWING a new and AMONG THE HOTELS.
Victor, Crescent, Cleveland Barnes, nt the Eagle Clothing Store. nobby lino of I ladles' shoes, button
General Interest. Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for -Saborosa Cigars, three years on sale; and polish, also In Oxford. -
nd Topics of prices and catalogues. try them. 7 4t Postmaster John C. Jones Is visiting Tilts EAOI.K CI.OTIUNO STORK. WIi ana to stop. See list of hotels on
friends at West Palm Beach.
our 7th
F. W; BEERS, -Archdeacon B. F. Brown left for pages

THE ADVOCATE, St. Augustine. Jupiter yesterday.Mr. -Why not smoke Fontella cigars CANAL FROM ST. JOHNS TO The ADVOCATE IK now on file at a11tho
$1.50 per annum, In advance. Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.: Sold everywhere. 7 4t best hotels In New York city.
h Robt. Motlow went to Cocoa, INDIAN RIVER. I
tl 00 six months, countries. Wednesday, to open a new saloon. -Major J. A. Enslow, of St Augustine, Tho Royal Victoria hotel Nassau, N.
I $2,00 per an. to foreign -For Dental Work go to Dr. Dodson. paid Cocoa a visit yesterday. 1'., will open Dec. 2ird.;
Note date of expiration printed upon -Attorney Cantino, who has been The last Florida Legislature authorized -
'ur or wrapper every week. Thisarecelpt -Eau Oallie items came too late for north nearly all the summer, returned to -Attorney A. J. Lewis of Fort Pierce, the Board of Trustees of the Internal Where to stop in TItusvlllo.\ Soo-ho. t
paper for your money. No need publication in this issue. Cocoa yesterday has week.been In town a 'couple of days this Improvement Fund to enter Into a t lInl boarding house atlvts., on 7th

r 01 to send receipt ,for subscription. -Prof. C. O. Jannoc. of Tibbals, was Judge D. L. Gaulden left for Eau contract for cutting canal from the St. paR.!
too date gives it to you. In town a day or so this week. Gallle yesterday, to attend to some law -Mr. Wm. R. Walker returned to Johns River to Indian River Wo aro Do you want to purchase a hotel AntI
business for Ex.MlyorVOl.. Treu er. town, Monday, after spending a few days Informed that it Is proposed to cut n cottages ? If you do, read ad. on 7th ...
notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ballantine are with his family at Melbouino. canal: from Lake Washington to some h
:a- Reading expected to arrive at City Point, from -New fall hats, in stiff, Alpine and point a few miles nbovo or below It. ago.
feline on this page. Somerville, N. J., to-morrow, Saturday. nil the new styles in crush ; prices lower -Mrs. A. McCormick, of Clinton, la., There has been question raised as to Illustrated folders of the fine East

|-Mr. S. Ames, of Stoneham, Mass., BOYS' TWO-PIECE long-pants than ever, at the Eagle Clothing Store. who owns an orange grove at Minis, has whether or not a canal cut In that section Coast hotels, etc., to be given away, freOy,_
military
gone to Laurel, Miss., for a while. tho
at ADVOOATIC office. Send two-cent
Monday. of the
would tho
ved in town on suits, caps to match, 75: cents, at the -Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West Injure navigation
smokers, smoke Fontella cigars, I Eagle Clothing Store. Palm Beach, was a passenger on Sun. -Have you seen that fine fSOO fountain St. Johns River, but ninny claim that It stamp to pay Ilolltn o. a i
Mr. John Walker has just had placed would not, and that: the cutting of a
Imerica'B best for 5 cents. 7 4tIFrank day's southbound train, on his way home Tho Seminole hotel, West Palm Beach,
-Mrs. N. Saunders, one of Eden'sprominent from a tripnorth.Mr. In his store ? Cool drinks galore, now. canal to Indian River would tako off tho has been leased by Mrs.' S. O. Burnham,
Louisiana, Titusville, is ready residents, has been enjoyinga excess of water, thus preventing the
of Connecticut and sho Is tho
Mr. and Ed. Sudlow who getting
Jo act as guide to hunters. visit to the county scat this week. E. O. Morgan, the well known -'' Mrs. spent ovcillow of certain marsh lands above ouso In fh'litcllsOl'tlor! for the winter
the summer In Key West, are now enjoying ,
In town ,
of
for Cocoa is about all -Mr. E. II. Foybrush and family of cattle owner, \sseujter: was that point.Mr. season.
saloons a visit to their home in South f'
[ Two Boston, who arrived at the Indian River yesterday, on his way home frsm Tampa, J. N. Whltner, of Sanford, will ixr-
ft can stand.Dr. hotel Monday afternoon, left next day where ho went to dispose of about 1,000 Jacksonville rlvo In a few days, and! join County Surveyor Mr. J. C. S. Tlmboilake, a former k

B. R. Wilson made a profession- for Canaveral, where they expect to head of cattle. -Mr.Alfred Peacock, of Cocoanut J. O. Files for the puiposoof |>iocccdlug manager tif Hotel Indian River, Rock-
[l visit to Sebastian yesterday. spend the better of the winter. I Grove, wants to buy Home Belgian hates to Lake Washington and vicinity ledge, Is now stopping| at Lakeland, Fla.
pact
-Mr. A. M. Mlchelson, a well-known .. and He hits bear at Mount Xubo( Ark. lu-
Board held sailed in John C. Peter- I about eight months old-one buck to Miirvey and give their opinion as ,
School They over Capt.
Brevard County of Jacksonville was ID town tho
attorney .
two does. to whether or not iv canal cut from Lake ring hummer.Mr.
son's .
sual monthly meeting this week. yacht.The from Monday until Wednesday, to represent -
-Col. I. E. Webster, of the 2nd Battalion Washington to tho 1':all Gnlllo river orlloiso T. M. Walker, private secretary of 9Gen'i
-Postmaster Sawtell, of Ilardeeville\ Eagle Clothing Store has a com- Mr. G. Muller, of the above city the, of the )Florida State Troopn, ur ('I"wk'UI1I<1 elTcct tile navigation M InllIJ"I'; (/'. B. Knott, of the F. E.

las in town a short while on Wednesday.Mr. plete new line of shirts in negligee: \ stiff in Bievard his Cocoa liquor Commissioners.WE petition, before. rived at the Indian River hotel, fiom of the /St. Johns River.TIlu.vllte C. Hotel System, has returned to St.VugiiNtlno i,

I and Mrs M. C. Salmon, of Rock- I bosoms, all in new fancy patterns with County Gainesville\ yesterday. Last night ho after upending the summer v
white bodies also the full shirt in
Idee- returned home, Sunday last, after terns. .pat-' HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of Inspected the Indian River Guards at the Horlitl Club. In Now York lilt wife accompanied
pending several months north. the best vegetable land on the East: armory. him south.

j[ here for Information -Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin, of New Coast for either rent or sale on easy -Among those who arrived at the ludlan A meeting of the above club was hold Messrs. Scoblo Llpplnoott have returned ,
-People writing Haven. Conn., were passengers on Sat- terms apply to Gleason Bros., Eau River hotel last .l Chan. Walton Ormond
till enclose a stamp to insure afcply. evening, ware! us.Dawsun on Tuesday: evening, from Hensonvlllo, N.
please. urday's southbound train, en route to Oallie, Fla.Archdeacon. Dwyatt Aiken, New York ; W. vlco-prettlilont, occupying the chair In Y., where they have been managing/ a ,

their orange grove and winter homo at B. F. Brown and wife, H. Mook, :Savannah:: ; "'. *l. Alexander, tho abtiuucu of Jet M. Robbins, protil Jrst-cla.ss house the past summer. As
I -The dickey birds tell the ADVOCATE Rockledge. As a rule, they are the tlrstto who have been visiting friends and relatives It. W. Cameron, Philadelphia; U. dent. After discussing various matters usual, they I will noon open Molroso Hallo
bells will ring at Eden croeg. arrive and last to leave Rockledgo for Jones Baltimore.Dr. to the and tho tho
bat wedding during the past two months in pertaining oiganlz.itlou: traveling public.
Do know the lady ? the noith. rending of tho minutes by Mr. Winston +
you Maryland: returned to Titusville on '
": S. Eden, of 1310 Bushwlck ave. Mr. Hurvey Tomllnson, chief of tho
-Capt. II. B. :Shaw:: of Ormond, pass- -Capt. Orlando Qnarterman, keeperof Friday afternoon, much benefitted in nue, Brooklyn, N. Y, is selling a w ell S. lirannlng, secretary tho momboisdecided perishable supply department of tho
another dance) In the
have
id through here, Wednesday, en route the Chester :Shoals:: House of Refuge, health by their vacation. % known yellow' fever preventl tlvo. His to Florida[ East; Coast. Hotel System\ has returned -
loath inspection of the Houses of was a pleasant caller at this office on and said to be the thing to Opera IIOUHO next Wednesday night at from New York
on an -Dr. and Mrs. D. J. DiBol, of New Cheap, just nluo o'clock to St.: Augustine
Refuge.: Monday. lIe said he never has seen so York, were passengers on Tuesday's prevent your taking yehow fever.! Write prompt. for tho winter. Mrs. Tomllnson and I
many thousands of wild duck as are now i southbound train, on their way to Cocoato him at the above address. 'Tievcntlou Miss Toinlinson accompanied him.
the marked-down prices on
-Notice
on the ponds and marshes in the neighborhood the winter. The doctor and Is better than cure" Iorlllnr Floating 1'1."....
laluin our windows, all wool cassimeres, of Banana River. spend Swimming In tho Indian River by
It$0,50, $7.50 and $8.00.EAGLE his genial wife are always gladly welcomed Judge John D. Long, to whom we guests of tho Indian River hotel, TItus
CLOTHING STORE. -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold on Indian River. referred in last week's ADVOCATE: ns After undergoing considerable repairs vlllo, has been largely: Indulged during 1

of Divine service at Jupiter on Sunday at -Mr. and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome, aftera having been appointed by the United in Jacksonville. Ploiro' LoiHIaid's ho past two weeks. Dr. Thomns Make
-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Merrill\ 10:30: o'clock\ a. m. and 7W:; p.m. ; at AllSaints visit of several months with relativesin \ States government diplomatic agent and! floating, palace, the Caiman was removed 1'orry, of tint U. S. Marino Service, and

Kansas City southbound, Mo., were train passengers' route onTuesday's ::: Waveland-Jensen on Sunday at 'New London and other places in C y- consul-genoral at Cairo, Egypt, linn to Now Smyrna: whore she has boon others May, tho water Is lu lino condition
[ en 11 o'clock a. m. ; at St. Paul's church, necticut, returned to their Rockledge been stopping at tho Windsor hotel, receiving the hoisting touches 111'l'flra.tory For bithlng. "
a their winter home at Tropic. evening service at 3:30: p. m. ; and Fort home on Tuesday, looking remarkablywell ;Jacksonville, for a day or two. Success to the arrival of Mr. LorI!

-Conductor J. B. Ilunnicut, of the Pierce, Monday, at 7:30: p. m. after their northern tour. to the Judge: In his now office which he party, who will, an usual, ply the waters Mr. John S. Bowen, former manager ,
of Indian! River and Lake Worth thli of Hotel I'lacldo, Jacksonville\ and HotelWlndeiiuie f
?. E. C. Railway, accompanied by his -Chas. Blum & Co., of Bay street, was appointed to without askingMr .
ifs, have gone to the mountains of Jacksonville whose ad will be found on -Captain Coster, manager of Canav. winter, for tho 'tuirpoHo of hunting;: and Chicago/ In writing! the
Carolina month's vacation. eral Club, and Mrs. B. Curtiss, the genial and Mrs. Kirk Munroc, who have f1 hln". Mr l Lorillard I an enthusiastic ADVOCATE this week, says: "1 havo
forth on a our second page!!; is now old selling\ delivered pure rye to and energetic housekeeper, will arrive been enjjylng a visit of a couple of sportsman, and always enjoys his visits j lust closed a dual\ for the Ilrown house,

-\Ve\ regret to learn that Capt. J. A. whiskey, seven years for here from Brooklyn, N. Y., in a coupleof months or HO with relatives and filemU to tho East Coast of Florida.A Inlnesvllle[ Kin., anti took possession on '
Lovelace is among those stricken with any part of Florida, express prepaid, days or 'so, to get the clubhouse in north, passed through Tltuavllle, Monday Mond'iy, I Ilio (Cth lust. Tho Iliown houseis
fine
ell ow fever at Miami. It was supposed $::3.W per gal. Have you tried this good order for the opening day. en route to their (beautiful winter tlirou-Blory (brick building electric
fit was an immune. It is to be hoped whiskey ? Read his ad. home at Cocoanut Grove Mr. Munroo Herliiim Offtinne.W. lights, boils! etc.-In fact, mUlteI'D littlo

will soon be around again. -Mis. O. L, Keene, whose well known -Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Merwin, jr., who is a well known and talented novelist. house, and tho largest and. best in tho
been visit to their n barber
have enjoying a respective
is 101 W. Bay street, M. Moody doing bllil.l1es" town. I think the prospects are very
store at :
-Mr. Geo. Scobie of this millinery andProvidence -j-Tho house-boat Rosa Marie Is
W. place, parents in Milford\ Conn., now \
has returned from New In thin town was arrostod by Slier- good for n commercial business. 1
Jacksonville prosperous
,as been spending a few days at West R. L, arrived in town, Wed. off Nelnou's ways, after having a new "
choice and \ and Mr. Howun U good hotel manager
York with one of the most Ill Jon. P. Brown on Monday night, a
pm Beach this week in the interest of nesday, en route to their pineapple plan mast and sails and other Improvements t
largest stock of millinery\ dress goods, lodged( In our county jail until next and the "pink paper of the EilltCUIllt"
She has also boon Inside
phe Florida Fish and Ice Co., of Jack- tation at Eden, where they have a host added. painted
in the state when he before wishes him In his
trimmings and: art goods ; morning, was brought every success
nvllle.E of friends. and out, and han undergone a thoroughoverhaul
also a tine line of fancy and other articles from stem to stern, under the Judge D. L. Gauldon, and charged with now venture. +
HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of suitable for presents. This Is an old -Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Jarvis, who superintendence of Prof. J. M Laflln, of shooting Into passenger train of the
the best vegetable land on the East and reliable store, and you should giveit have been on a trip to Macon and other New'York. Mr. Chas. F. Naothlng one [Florida nllt Coast Railway Cu., at Titus
Coast for either rent or sale on easy a call when in Jacksonville.We places, passed through here, Wednesday, of the owners, is expected to arrive,from ville, by Information filed by County In Favor of Indian Itlver.
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau the en route to their home at Key West. Attorney M. Goldsmith. -
all of friends on New York to-day.
Gable Fla. want our They were lookinemuch better In health 1'iUonor loadod ir'ulltv to the charge, Mr. J. W, Bnllnntlno, prominent ROll
East Coast to Know mat we appreciatehighly have than when they passed through Titus. -Capt. T. C. West, one of the L. and and was sentenced by the Court to pay a highly respected cltl/un of :Somorvlllo,
-Capt.
who A. J. Canova, of Rockledge, the generous patronage they ville a couple of weeks or so ago. N. Railway officials, of St. Louis, Mo., line of $225:! 00(and costs, or three month N. J., writes us us follows: "I havo decided
| has been spending the summer at bestowed upon us during the past year, In' who pwns the Hector Island property/: at at hard labor( In the j jail.: to make my home in Florida, as I 1'1 i
tchmont, N. Y. passed through here and trust that they will call'upon us on -Among the down-river people county
Melbourne, arrived in town on Tuesday am'OI'Y much In love with tho country, ,t
nTuesday's southbound train, on his the occasion of their visit to Jackson- town this week were: Messrs. R. N. Andrews -
and left for lat and
evening, next day the have arranged! my business afTalrnto '!
wj home. Gala Week We are Wooten Cocoa John II. NOTWITHSTANDING THE GREAT I'
ville during prepared J. F. ; ter place. The Captain, who !gave our do It." ij 1
to receive them; the latch stringis ; Same, Courtenay; John Houston, Eau advance Ip leather, wo are soiling our I
-We are showing the' strongest and office a pleasant call, has boon coming to Mr. llalliintlno, who I is a large carriage !
Co. 10 West John N. stock of men's shoes at old 'Ices.
best out. Florida Hardware Gallle; W. II. Sharpe, Sharpes; now pi
Indian River for and builder lu the
wearing line of boys' knee pants over twenty above city, has been coming ;
Bay street, Jacksonville\ Fla. Waller, Ankona; S. F. Glbbs, Melbourne; lie EAGLE C/.OTIIINU SroiiK.: 'r
>ails we ever handled at prices to surprise still has great faith In It. has had to Indian River regularly for many ;
the most economical. -Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Smith, Mrs. Van A. J. Lewis, W J. Tucker, Fort Pierce. his stock, household goods, etc, shippedto winters,' and owns 'a ,dual of property ',' i

RHODES, the CLOTHIER. Riper, Misses Bessie and Elsie Smith and CHILDREN'S 'REEFERS and Ladles', Melbourne, and he expects his wife Election!: at W tt I'ulm Uea h. along the East Coast. Ho Is a right f

-Claim C. and D. Smith, of Pompton Lakes, N. Capes and Jackets of the latest styles.A and daughter to arrive this week. Capt. Jovial gentleman, and the ADVOCATE, 't
'the F. E. Agent E. H. Zehnbauer, of J., arrived in Jacksonville, Friday last. big supply just received. Prices to Went said it was owlug to seeing an ad. The regular town election held Monday joins his numerous friends In tendering \'
tows C. Railway, "M. Augustine, was Mr. and Mrs. Smith and son, Don, stayed suit your pocket. Call ,and examine In the ADVOCATE, ,that he purchased the for the purpose of electing\ official the right hand of fellowship to himself
part of Monday and Tuesday, over In the metropolis until Monday them. fine piece of property owned by the lateJ. for the ensuing year paused oil quietly.The and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ballantine
attending killing of to matters connected with the but their three daughters and son, Clarence JULIUS KLINE, i C. Hector, which IH another proof of following: were the successful candidates and MUs Helen Ballantlno will make

cattle by the above company'swin passed through: here, Saturday last, Tltusvlllo, Fla. the value of the pink paper as an advertising : For Mayor, Wllmoot Whllldln' their headquarter at City Point.

on their way ,to their winter residenceand I medium. Readers will see other for Clerk, George S. Adams, for Marshal

j-Supt. E. A, Watson, of the Casino orange grove at Rockledge, where A ISnrgaln. bargains perusing our columns. P. C. Jones; for Aldermen, George L. For Sale.

Ural, passed through here, Saturday they are always gladly welcomed. Brnnnlng, Carl Schrebnlck: tVilllam
H en route to Jacksonville\ and Vlrflnla. Whidden J, B. Lauther. The question -
River ,
He For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian CO1II2N DUOS. The most desirable In the
property
informed editor that
our city Sewers Wanted. Florida fine residence, and the schoon of bonding the city for $5,000 was also
a
M bad put in ten days at the detention Seminole. House stands on also voted upon, and resulted; For center of Rocklmlgo, on Barton avenue;

camp ere leaving Miami. er-yacht overlooking Indian River and bonds 25; against bonds, II). As It requires consisting of five acres covered with I
of Jacksonville
point the
prominent One of sights ,
-Mrs. Essie Stagg, owner of the pleas- In order to supply the largo orders ; ha 1CS ft river front; 2 blocks northof one that well repay a visit, Is tho fine two-thirds voto tho bond Issue thrifty thereon.orange Apply trees to also two cottage Il

're yacht Tarpon, so well known all being received for the McFarland protection main part of town, on shell road call. store of Cohen Uron. on Bay street. At was defeated.A Wu. M, MKIIWIV, Milford, Conn. ;rAfter
along the Florida Coast, was married a i tents, we are forced to run our ed Palmetto avenue, contains 0 rooms this store you will find all the latest and A Nov. :20tli! Rockledge Fla.
r. ,
days ago. The happy event occurred factory day and night. Wanted, for and bath, sewered to the river, verandaon best novelties of the fashionable world. Good Opportunity. ... .
AHentowD, Pa. The groom was T. J. day crew, women who are capable of three aides, lust class sea wall and The fall and winter styles are (beautifulIn -
Lehman Mrs. Bachman owns a beautUul running sewing machines; for night crew, boat house; about U acre of ground; 7ft the extrpma; and, considering the Wanted.
kJ .111 ter home ln Tampa. Mrs. Stagg men who have had some experience orange trees, ::10 trees bearing, 25; boxesof richness of tho materials, moderate In Whllo In Jacksonville\ Gala Week, -- ,
to5 made a big' record at tarpon fishing, with sewing machines. Good pay to oranges last year. prieR to have the eyes tested and. glasses cor Experienced( party In stock raising
w a pleasant caller at the Auvo- quick workers: also men In the follow. Yacht In .V feet on keel, 22 feot beam, Also the sole! of curtains U wonderful; rectly fitted, call upon inn. Severe palm wuuli a partner with capital: to start a
rut office| : Cutting department, inches forward 14 Inches, low that It bobbine In this eyes and! head are often relieved loco i
a couple of winters ago. tog: dmuitmeniB draws aft 2J( the price in no brings cattle! ranch lu South Florida; bent
Iron department, d-woiklng depart 111) foot centerboard promenade deck all t lace, and nil the styles of window by wearing spccially-mado clauses.Du. cation In the state. Address,
ment, and a few practical men who understand around, cabined with 7 state rooms, large! dr*) nlng within the reach of all-and 1'. H. AiiMsruo.\o, W., care ADVOCATE,
To Sportsmen. Orange-GrOwing. to take charge galley, closets, store roomrefrhcefltor, what sets oil a room 110 much al a hand- M West I.nurlJackson'lIle.hay. street Titusville! Fla.

I! *m of the Installation of the Tents. Call or *to., and li completely furnished, and U some pair of curtain Cor ,--- -
'I prepared to act as guide for address the most convenient yacht in Florida There U. also a fine display of blanket, Sugar and nice IJarrcU

Zien., -either for deer, bear, duck, )1cFAIU.ANII FRUIT PROTECTION Co. waters. Will sell residence, yacht, etc., which look so good and tempting that A Heautlful Winter Homo Kinpty i

turkey or Hsh. Address, Fla at a big bargain. ono longs to get under them-especially For tale. Address, i

FRANK LOUISAXA, I Write for further particulars to now the cool weather hall commenced For sale very cheap, on east side of WAT.TEK: MOORE:,

Titusville\ Fla.. WANTED, a bus; must be In good' G. M. HUHTO.V, Tho price U the name an with all\ Cohen Hobo Hound, Indian River; opposite 8 George St., Charleston, S, 0.
shipe and at a reasonable price. 203 State street, Chicago, 111. Bro.f stuck of scotl/lil-so reasonable, tore, poitofllcettndexpreiinoMicej; ahout

Launch Sale. Address, II, and yet of the bent quality. 16 acre, alo<>< ft. river and Atlantic oceanfront THusvlllo Laundry.Mn. .
Sea Breeze p. o., Fla. To Let FurnUlied, Cohen Bro. have a floe display of ; seven rooms, bath and screened
1I8r t-Cla.1s ; table linen dinner napkins, towels, eta, Ground windmill -
running condition; a bar. verandah. Irrigated by Geo. Cook of Tltuivllle, I I. now '
lJv Vlrnen8ion'Wfeet: : overall; 32: Manalapan Cottage; ;} a most desirable which certainly are a marvel cheap- and large tank. Good wharf and ware. prepared to do laundry, work of
qualified everydescription.
Ill. eeli; tit feet beam; 28 Inches draft, WAN 1'ED-D1 a lady, thoroughly residence, situated most pleasantly DOM and rlcbneiu. All these thing : houio; also l-room bathhouse on ocean All work guaranteed.
&horse as teacher In a family. be to be appreciated. I beach / from residenes.l Coconnttt
position mint seen }mile
power Daimler motor; speed, beach and Lake Worth ,
>? between ocean ; Leave washing at G. ;y, Duren'scorner
an* M Jt8. B., Gala I your
Address Jacksonville during
'tnlle Visitors to and ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated .
an hour has large carry- bedrooms large dining room
;
ur Ga. contains 13 ; store opposite ADVOCATE office.
apaclty for Passengers or freight; Box 1. Smyrna, Cobb Co., and reception hall, kitchen and other Week should not mill the chanre of teeIng booklet, price, etc., to
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lilt !* and seated from stem to itr rn conveniences. Surf bathing and excel the handsomest store. In the metropolis ClIAB. R. SeiUKANTSO.T: ,

S7l.ef cushioned. Fittings: anchors and hunting; ten mile from of Florida. 321 Jackson Building, Wanted Sowing
*L a For a11\ complete and In The San Mateo Cigar, lent Palm fishing Beach and one mile from Hypo- Remember the address: Nashville\ Tenn.Dr. -

full particulars and price Lake Worth Address, Con tew BKO, Gentlemen1 Clothing neatlv repaired.
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ppiy letter toHobe All Pure Florida Tobacco. luxo, across J. Buowir, Agent..Hypoluxo e Day street, F. 1I. Houghton itlll remain a' Una. R. C. SciiiMoeovK.:

II. MACIIATTIE East Coast Grown, Fla. Jacksonville. West Palm Beach. Titusville, Fla.
Sound, Dade Co., Fla. Np better made; try thero.

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FACTS IN A FEW 'LfNES.( : ciiamberlalrTg; '- Pain,,Dalm' 'Curei'Others NEr: : CROW SEJeoS:: ::

Why Not Yoll.Mywife BLOOD S
The number of DnddhlsU U
to be 4 ,WO.ooo. computed 'bM been using!! Cbamb rl ll1"a For Fall and Winter Sowing.

Pain Balm, with good'results, for a Jame.houlder
In Italy O( .o00 people find employment that has pained her Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black
In raising 'silkworms.It for nine years. We have tried all kinds G 0 td ell .
la estimated that one crow will de- of medicines: and doctors 'without receiving TROUBLES Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida

I wo stroy 700,000 Injects every year. I any benefit from any of ,them. Rust Proof Oatl.I .
,6r7i Among birds the swan'live* to be the One day ,we saw an advertisement of

; 6lde t, In extreme caws reaching 200 this medicine' and thought 'of'trying; It,, Write for price list.
e which we did with'the best, of satisfac CUBED DY

reart I tion. She baa used only one bottle and / L. CAMERON. Seedsman
More than 8,000 persons are burled bet shoulder Is almost well.-ADOLPD B, B. B-Botaoc! Blood Balm

annually ID the paupers' cemeter1'DerUu. of L, MILLETT. Manchester\ N. II. For 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, Fl

I r sale by all druggists and medicine dealers for Bad Blood.

i jy I In the south within the last fire .

q yoc T months 117,000,000 of new capital hat A German periodical! declares that the GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARL

been Invested In cotton mills. rubber indpsfrf. 'In Ifexjco Cpntral TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE,
1VIARXBROS.
It Is calculated that the shareholder America! and( the Affi B ; 12jt- of the United Kingdom outnumber the I .
'. ol extinction, but expresses the I.I Wholesale Dealers In
railway 'about
employees by 40,000. bl6bdfitnprifeO is {ft thin?
Is ?
r j There are 88 silk plants In Pennsylvania belief that the Brazilian sources are your AND PRODUCE.

r Ia ATE jI I and the output of silk ribbon In inexhaustible Does your shin feel hot and swollen? GROCERIES, FRUIT "

I I the state has been doubled in three I nave you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula et

years. I Spain's Greatest Need. 131 and 133 East HftT Str Anti A And 8 Newuan Street,
.. ? Eating sores? Itching, burning,
It Is tmtllnflted that at the beginning! Mr. U. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t of the heW century England will have spends his winters at Aiken, S. (J. Weak
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''h WASHINGTON UETTER., bZtoOt11)0X1bj) > tons of coal still unused nerves had caused (severe pains in the scalp itch? Catarrh? All rundown? '

jJ and available. back of his hbadt On using Electric Malaria? Aching bones? Have you ORE" OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIT
.. Bitters AWevlCa's'' Blood and
)greatest
llltotirit1U CilGYake
For The most costly parliament In Eu-
him.II. contracted blood taint?
I Nerve ftmtfdy, all pain soon left hereditary or
br'eat W ll't-.. Sennlor Clark' New rope Is that of France. The senate bays this grand medicine Is what his We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pea
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'medical
jf Home-Con.nl Ilcdloe'n Cmne. and chamber of deputies cut up an- country needs. All America knows thatit Have they resisted treatment guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We 1fa

: ; nually $1,500,000.The cures liver and kidney troubles, puil- If you have any of the above blood your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will! bo pleased,

F Special Correspondence. average number of horses killed flea the blood, tones up the stomach,
troubles procure a bottle of B. B, B. i :MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FI>.
F. II. Newell, hydrogrnphcr of the In Spanish bullfights every year exceeds strengthens tho nerves, puts vim, vigor; I Sell to Dealers.
United States geological survey Is on 5,000 while from 1,000 to 1,200 and new life Into every muscle, nerve (Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directlyon Weonly:

: a trip west for the purpose of studyIng bulls are sacrificed. and ailing organ you of tho need body.It. If Every weak,bottle tiredor the poison and humor in the blood,

i, the plans of the organization formed During the fiscal year of 1807-8 the guaranteed, only CO cents. Sold by F. neutralizes and expels it, makes a per
for the purpose ot urging the gov United States "sold!! $29,000 worth of S. Chaffee, druggist.The Oa: .A.s. :s Lcr cS1: CODEALEK9 .
manent and heals B.
cure sore.
every
ernment to construct systems of storage typewriters It Mexico and $18,000 IN -
worth In Argentina.Of flan B. B. to the root of the trouble
free In San Francisco goes
1 reservoirs to hold flood waters for .
a.
Wines tx3i: < Xjilcmorj
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late there has been noticeable
the reclamation tu' ntld went. a of antitoxin to fufferers from diphtHerIa and cures after all other methods fail.

;' There Is an mormons mm of fertile increase of td rlsts' travel to Ireland. who could not afford to pay for it has Even such terrible blood diseases as i.417, A: 410 VT. Bay St.,
People are discovering it Is a fine place
land In the liniuln of the jrciicrul resulted as elsewhere, In halving the

government JACKSONVILLE "
and chronic rheumatism .
to i\po0d, a vacation.Kamchatka cancer, eating sores M FL
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death from that disease reducing It I ,
rate
,; + recent luv tlpitlonH showing I
may Boon become as are cured by using B. B. B. I .
thnt fully onc-tlilnl of the United to 11,11 per cent.
popular a resort as the Klondlke, as D
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic buildingup Bombarding Dewey
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States, exclusive of Alanka. tern- ;gold has been discovered there In

r occupied and at the disposal\ of con promising quantities. Used by British Soldiers In Africa the broken down constitution, stim- J" 'i % bra With good things Uncle Sam

j I gress. The average weekly wages of the Capt. C. G. Dennison is well knownall ulates the appetite, increases the vitality '' ..w' ? -: I preparing to do when he reach
this side of the
There
Chief Clerk' Metzer of the general men employed lu the cotton mills of over Africa as commander of the pond.
forces that captured the famous,rebel of the blood and gives 'a clear, be no "extra dry" sauterne,clan
Maine arc! $7.88, of the women $:o.CO
land office recently returned from an I,6
ot other that do'
date of Nov. 4 1897 Burgundy, ) any '
Oalishe. Under smooth skin free from blotches bumpsor i o
and of the children 273. s
txtent.lelllnKJll'ctlol1 tour and upon his from Vryburg. Bechuanalano", he writes: in his honor that will be put
return reported that million of acres There arc 1,170 paper and pulp millsin "Before starting on the last campaign I pimples. Give B. B. B. a tiial. For 7 r k X2.- higher! grade, or of more exquisi
the United States, producing annually 081 boquet than what you will andp71""a
were yet to be taken up-opon to entry bought; quantity of Chamberlain'sColic sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per '
1000.000 tons of paper and more Cholera and Dlanhooa Remedy, 4 our superior stock at all tim
and settlement. The utilization of this than COO.OOO tons of pulp, which I used myself when troubled with large bottle, (G large bottles (full treat- N"" a"r Our stock of fine wines, whish:

public hind and the iknelopment of the Paymasters and commissariat officials bowel complaint, and had given; to my ment) $5.: Trial bottle sent 'free to. and beers are unexcelled
j of the western half of the and in case it proved most I
resources men, every
? htaudstlll of the German army receive special beneficial." For sale"by all druggists sufferers. Write for a bottle and describe Old Gibson Rye Whiskey, delivered to any part of the State, expr
country are practically ul n training In examining the qualityof prepaid, for $3.20 per gallon.
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medicine dealers.A
owing to lack of ,means of conserving food supplied to the army. and your troubles, and we will give .

:water. A Gorman army officer estimates working; miner in a coal pit In Sep free medical advice. Address, Blood

( Within It are 'great resources lu minerals that lu,the century just closing'no fewer tember, 1800!) ; a master of arts of London alm.Co., 14G Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga.

' and] vast tracts furnishing excellent than JJO.OOO.CHX) men have been kill- University In June, 1890!) -that is the

; grazing for hundreds of thousands ed in war In civilized countries.The remarkable record of Thomas Rees, M. Medicine sent all charges prepaid. John B. Stetson University

of cattle and sheep. The great quest results of recent drillings in Borneo ,
A, who has just been appointed to a
; tion, of course, Is whether the work have caused many persons to think

K should be done by the general government that Borneo will prove.to bo the rich- professorship, at Breton College, one of Sparrow Carrier..

or by thq Individuals or communities est petroleum field In the world. the leading theological institutons In the A man in Georgia some. time ago DELAND, FLORIDA.

benefited. The, present luspcctlon The latest thing In company promot- principality.A caught some sparrows and trained
4 Is merely to secure data for a report them so that he can open their cage
| ing comes from Paris, where a dogs'
on which congress will have to cemetery has been floated with a capi- Night of Terror. and they will fly back again withoutany

act.It tal of $70,000. The promoters are la "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow other Inducement than the love of i "tY vV-: '

Is the belief at the hydrographer'soffice dies. ot the brave General, of Machias, Me., their home. This trainer watched the >3> \

that by the conservation of all There are In Boston 44,207 persons when the doctors said she could not live birds carefully and made up his mind *..%" >v/ t

water supplies It Is probable from 75- born In British America, Including Ontario till morning," writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, 'that sparrows could be trained to do "'. ?' 4

I. 000,000 to 100.000,000 acres ran he added Nova Scotia,' New Brunswick; who attended her that fearful night. the work of carrier pigeons and that,
to the wraith of the country and "All thought sue must soon die from as.they were smaller, they would be
I that when the vacant lands are re- Prince.. Edward Island and Newfoundland. pneumonia, but she begged for Dr.King's more valuable In case of war lIe gave
it had
claimed and Industry stimulated n population New Discoverysaying one of his sparrows to a friend who
,t The largest mass of pure rock salt more than once saved her life, and cured
was going distance
of 70.000,000( cnn easily find n of 150: miles and
In the world lies under the province of her of Consumption. After three small
told him to free
the bird
when he
employment and occupation had
profitable Oallcla, Hungary. It Is known to be doses she In the vast area of semiarid west. reached the end of his Journey and at
cured her. This
use completely mar-
G50: miles long, 20 broad and 250 feet In '
the
same time to
Montana velous medicine is guaranteed; to cure nil telegraph him whenhe ,
Clark of has definitely thickness
y Senator did so. The bird reached
Throat, Chest and Lung; Diseases. Only home and
'' settled ..tbc'question of his Washington The giraffe was thought to bo near went directly to Its
r>0o and $1.00. Trial bottle free at F. S. cage, making the
home, which has been the topic extinction, !but Major Maxse, a British' Chaftoe's drug store. Journey .In a little over an hour and a

1 s of much speculation, by purchasing explorer, has found great herds of half., For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Deg
the manslou known as "Stewart's east them along the Sobat river, a tributaryof He who goes no further than bare

c tle." This house Is Identified with the White Nile justice stops at tho beginning; of virtue.A October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
GOLD I is of no value when health is
the social history of Washington, nnd
Ill's last
Napoleon dwelling place in danger. What's of more value ?
was the first of the long list of preten' and the scene of his death, Camden Frightful Blunder
Pratt's upt -date tablets will break upa College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, coramodi
tlous homes now owned by the millionaires House, Chlselhurst. has been destroyed Will often cause a horrible Burn, Cut, cold in one day, and for constipationand
,, of the country. Senator Stewart and, with Its beautiful grounds] Is to Scald or Bruise. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve: biliousness and all malarial troubles, Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc.,

erected this house In the early seven- servo as a golf links. the best In the world, will kill the pain it has no equal. By mail prepaid for 23c Bining perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty 0

tics. lie occupied It with his family New York city annually pays $50 In and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Pratt Medicine Co., Station: B, Chicago, informatl
noted Fever Sores Ulcers Bolles Felons Corns 111. Send for "' trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full
for many years, and some of the gold. In one payment, to every blind l: sample.
functions of tho time were 'witnessedhere. \! person who has boon 11 year resident In add all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile Cureon Address. J. F. FORBES, President
For the Chinese legation earth. Only 25 cents a box; care
some years the metrojmUs and who has not beenan bold S. Master's Sale
F.
guaiauteed.; by ChatTee; ,
rented the house nUll from
of a city Institution during
occupant
diugglst.
4 their occupancy grew an episode which ; FOR
that time, $3.20.
? VIRTUE OF A DECREE
.
rs' almost threatened International complications UNDEitANDB
The best price ever paid In Berlin and halo tamied out of the
Circuit Court for Itrevarcl Count,Florida,
4 The Celestials abused the
for )property was for a corner measuring Ina cnui-e therein depending, wherein John J. Sent to us by Express, postof ice order or New York Exchange, we
mansion to such an extent that Senator two yards long anti two wide, for : P141 I Flannery,t81'Ylnlllt, And Iran n.EterettamlKoaiim send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
Stewart presented n claim against the L. Everett, his wife; Marian:. Russell
which a cigar dealer a few years ago and Alfred Russell,her Ini8l>anilnro| defendants.I FOUR FULL
Chinese government, and for InontberS" paid $l.MO and which ho sold the other I \ sell at public auction front ot the Court QUARTS '
.wordy wars were In progress between lk use door,at TUusvllle. Florida, during the
day for $12,000.Gambling : 1t'lI"alllollrs of sale, the
upon|
i,7 our state department and the foreign Of the Celebrated SevenYearOldCalhoun
; In France Is said to have FIRST ]MONDAY 1?T DECEMBER: A. D, 1899, '
otuce at Peking. Senator Clark
pro- to the blithest and bent bidder for cash, the
reached such proportions that the government
: loses to demolish the "castle," which L--- following described real estate of the defendants Pure WhiskWe <
has been woefully neglected of Into and has bcguu to study the quest situated In Hrevard COllllt)' (Florida to-wit. Rye
tion seriously. It Is estimated that All of theREK oftheNrKi* dalloftheS# of
la now dilapidated beyond repair, and the NEK of the MCU 1 and also the XH of the
half of the suicides In Paris are due to MC'X of the SEK.excepting, a parcel of/* acres oirt' a!ll I Iment
i to erect on the site a magnificent homo ship In PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents which will B !
I'V loBHi-s at the races. tip oildearrtIoed W. Jeiinlnpi holds a bond for .) When you get it anti test Jt if it U not satisfactory, return' It at 0 l'It 1.;\I'tE;:'
worthy of Its neighbors the marble an follows: t'ow<< mencing 16 rods tour S3,20 will bo cheerfully refuntle' *5,00 gooil i In the nnWeareclos.
palace of the !letters\ the stately home One of Uncle Sam's Alaskan Islands west of the section line on the bank of Ta\tor's at hand and can pive >a ( UIC1tER11E1IVEItYthaany: .. houses ti's ,
" of Wcstlnghouses, formerly owned can boast of the largest stamp mill In Creek, running south 629 feet thene west 4JO been dolne business this\ pity and at the game stand for aver 18 YEARS, and I if"r <
feet thence north to Taylor's Creek, following here
i I'ONSIIULITY AND HEfUTATION for merchant
honest dealing,we reler to any
by James (S, Itlulne, and l the pretentious the, world. It has 540 stamps) ami the meandering of said creek to the point of be the editor of this\ paper you
crushes quartz enough dally to give ginning.And.
residences of the Uoardmaus and al'resso1<\ to W. Harbin described aslollows SOLOMON & LEVI,
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Thomas Nelson 1'nge. $8,040 In gold, which the other mills : Commencingwhere the section line ... 1928 & 1030{ First AvenueBIRMINGHAM.
In the plant Increase to $1 .(IO. r' t ? THE between Seetinns3aod4crosses Talor's creek
The case of Ir 'IMward, Bedloe, ; and running: from south bank of said I'ret'kI p 0. Box No 33. AIXOTIC'EWe
I Statistics which have been collated 4n rods south, thence went 16 rode, thence north to
United States consul nt Canton, whorecently Wisconsin show cost of said Tin tor's creek, then along laid creek to the wines reached EXPRESS:
the
f" came to WUl>hhlgtou to answer average BEST .liolnt of beginning containing, less the exceptions pay Exprea.Charges! by "SOUTHERN :
raising wheat to bo &I cents a. bushel \\ noted a100\8 i tw acres in Section 4,township PANY, but to points on linen of other Express Companies' we prepay only to i>oinwSouthern
certain charges against his administration and the cost of corn 27 cents In both 35' ,south lUnge 40\ hast. Express Company transfers to said other Express Company .
Is now before the pre l- JOHN HENRY.
cases there Is Included Interest on the 'qi'jUStLE
l Special' Master.Executor's .
dent. Tub charges were Investigated
value of the laud, with the cost of implements f H. A.
iby officers of the Mate department, HODGES.
and horses added In. i ...
l and It Is said that the report shows \ UILDER Notice.T0TIC61a .
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that the consulftu the victim of his In llencenerte, W. "'1\.. the Beehive I Manufacturer of

6 Chinese Interpreter, Chung, In thQ matters store presents in red letters this rather \ hereby given to all whom It mayconcern ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber-
6r complained of sod that he was unique advertisemeuh'; healers in general AND .l\. that six months from this date
merchandise and country )produceof the undersigned\ present to lion.D.L. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Beads, Fruit and Vegetable (f1
KulllloHS of any otllclal misconduct laulden. County Judge ,of Hrevard county,
JThe. principal allegation against the every kind. Specialties cottlus, BLOOD \ .Florida,his float report,accounts and vouchers, Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or build
J. related ('askl'tlillud burial supplies; salt, bacon \ \\ together; with his petition for discharge!: a* executor any part Floilda, would do well to wiito for prices. The saw mills are oat I
consul to tho
t alleged Irrl'gulnrI of the last will and testament of Emily to i
of Chinese and lard; hides, furs and live foxes" Reynolds,deceased. Buffalo Bluff near Palatka, on the J.. T, K. W. Rv. Lumber dellveredtJ
Issue certificates, anti the
East ,
of the [ rl
evidence adduced by the department A process has been Invented and patented MAKER Date d at fort Merce, Florida,this 8th day of part Coast. Address: H. A. IIODGES,
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for whatever Irregularities occurred tabloids by a system of compression l. Executor Estate of Emily SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSO,VILLK TARn ,

"' In that respect. According to tho evidence It Is argued that not only'will there lie l., A. Reynolds, deceased. I-HUtk, Fla. E. Stay St., Foot<< of C thj
the Interpreter used a counter- loSs expense In exporting coffee In this 4 .' C. T.'McCarty,

felt veal of the consulate and forged form, but that the customer will N Attorney for Erwntor* jnnl6- ino WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

the signature of tho consul and also more certain of thus receiving for his ,
Notice.
GIVES STRENGTH TO THBSTOMACH
employed other fraudulent methods for use tho pure, unadulterated article.

tho issue of certificates to Chinese desiring French coal mines employ about 81,. Manufacturers of -

to come to the United States. 000 persons; other mines, 12,000; quarries VTOTICR 1\ of May.U A.hereby n 1900 given or M that soon on thereafter the 2Ut a day. I

Fearing discovery, Chung fled to Macao 0,000.. Of the miners 15 per cent PURITY TO Tim flaulden.can be County heard,I will eoflirerard apply to his County Honor D., for L. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath

r; and has BO far eluded capture. The are women and children. The averageof a anal settlement HIT vccnunts and approvalof ,
Chinese government Is said to be convinced working days Is 280; the average BLOOD my distribution of the assets of the Estate of sbi i'

' of the sole culpability of the work hours 04 and the dally wage from i. C.the Smith administratorship, deceased and of for said mv cbtate.W discharge. A large stock of Dry Cypresa flooring, ceiling, siding, moulding, l*|

;r Chinese Interpreter and to be willing average 73 cent. The production of LIEU TO TUB LUNGS. I. ALLEN. lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments.

to receive Consul Bedloe In his former coal and lignite last year was 32,439- Jensen,TU Stopt..lltb,1KW.Rubboi .Administrator mouldings of all patterns a specialty

official capacity 730< tons. & Graham,AU')'. for AdmlnUtrttor. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and s' "



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.. I and this Is early enough for him to realize these small points of. economy that WHAT A STRAIN IS. 1.shape oy tnis method' of esta"Mls7ilng LINES- HIS; WALLS-WITH LEGS, 'n..

THE FARMER'S FOWL a little profit money can he made: The thorough a strain for several generation back --- -

I I The first step, therefore, toward In- bred Is the farmer's fowl. She Is aprod'ucer Meaning of Term TKnt I. Often until he has produced good color In Clilraifo Veteran Turn Uncle flam'n
It Should For All Reasons De the ducing him to adopt thoroughbreds Is and a money maker, and she Lied In .'oultl''' Talk, penciling, striping and general shape Mooney to Novel V.to, 'I'

Thoroughbred through the Increase In the egg yield.If will stand good care and abuse equally The poullryman derive' pleasure In the greater part of the !Hock. In Henry Cut-tin, veteran of the civil

It Is with great pleasure that I hear he can see that for no.more expenseIn well She Is worthy of the tormer'and from the business: and adds dignity to fact, the Individuals are BO much allku war, living, on the Went Side, haH n .

every day of the Increasing demandfor teed and care he can obtain more often gets the latter, but her blood and It by carefully fostering and establish In these respects that close observers room In his residence that Impresses I

thoroughbreds on our great poultry eggs from each ben It Is a convincing ..breeding stand her in good stead and ing desirable features and qualities in recognize the name and pronounce all hits visitors an veritable chamber '

farms I really believe that even our argument that they are better. Once stamp her, through any and all condi- his favorite breed, making the sameprepotent them as such a man's stock, thus show of horrors\ This. I hi because Its most ,
tions, the best of our domestic fowl*.- Ing them worthy to bo styled ai a conspicuous decoration and ornament
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the trade
farmers are waking up to having bought or acquired by or In the blood thus
securing a
tact that a dunghill fowl Is a poor investment In any other way having obtained some Country Gentleman. strain. On the other hand, there are I* a row of human legs suspended' ou i
thoroughbreds, be must remember to greater certainty ,of their being transmitted those who claim and advertise partlcti tho walls and entirely circling this
It has been to
a long row
hoe, but we congratulate ourselves keep them separated from the rest of to the future progeny, and untila lar strains of fowls which are wholly room Mr. Curt In always laughs at a

that the may thoroughbred Is win- his flock. The safest way to do this Reclamation of Alkali Land. flock of fowls can bo produced which unworthy of It, and the stock producer tho fright of strangers at the first sightof

, nlng its with the most and to be free from all anxiety as to As a practical measure, Illlgard 'will show the Improved distinguishing( from the same, by Its Irregular breedIng this room and! then explain that
way Of even this Is preJudiced dueto contamination from his common fowlsIs urges the use of gypsum or sulphate of features claimed for It In a satisfactory Is a verification of the Injustice of tho legs are only artificial\ ones, and

the Improvement course In greatly different to get rid of the latter entirely and lime In the reclaiming of lands contain degree at least, sufficiently marked to the claim. Hocause a man has a flock thero'H nothing' to 'be afraid of. Then .'-

money breeds. ,our Such grand keep nothing but thoroughbreds. Many ing the black alkali or carbonate of be) recognized by) others who might be of fowls which Deem to fill his Idea In he tells them how the leg' came to bo 't

breeds making mistakes have been made by farmers soda, and at the same time be pointsout experienced with the )breed or variety several sections It Is no evidence of a there.

dottes as and our Plymouth Rocks attractive, Wyan- buying first class thoroughbred hens the necessity of thorough drainageIn ought to be Improved It should not receive carefully bred strain of fowls, a* be "You see," said Mr. Cm-tin. "In 18H ;
Brahmas
are and then letting them run at large with connection with the application of merit for being an established may have picked them up from several I was NO foolish n* to try to stop\ n ,,'
enough ikeptical.to fascinate even the most the rest of the flock. gypsum; otherwise the application will train for the palpable reason that yards on account of this ifhlfortnlty. cannon ball with my ,right leg Ofcourno .

the It Is' useless to announceto This is a fatal error. It Is the reverse do no good at all.'Winter. there would )be no assurance that other which, If bred together, would fall to wasn't one, two, three, alll l

what expert breeders of these varieties of what Is Intended, for it Improves ,, stock of the same breed would be Improved produce tho characteristics wanted.- the next thing I knew I was In n camp .
their good qualities are. On Hoirhonsea. Fanciers' Gazette. hospital with only one leg loft. That
the slightly his common fowls and In that direction by the use of
contrary, we depend on these The Illustration from The Country ended my soldiering Tho government
breeders ruins his thoroughbreds In one season stock from such supposed Improved '
to tell us of them. thoroughbreds must be kept pure. If Gentleman shows three hoghousesbuilt train or variety. Long island Duck Farm. had me ineitNiir'ed for an artificial leg: ;

farmer We hardly can expect the average a new male is desired for next year, he together of rails common 10 toot The following definition fully describe Long Island, N Y., I 18 famous AI a a* noon an I was nblo to bo about, and ",
to try experiments with fowls. breed rails-an arrangement within the financial what I producer of ducks. It contain many I came home to' Chicago
He must of course be of the same the meaning of the
has plenty of other work to do, farmer. Ai duck the "Well I discovered that I couldn't
and variety as the original stock, Barred reach of any ordinary term "strain" 'Is as applied to certain farms, Including most extensive ,
and it Is customary to leave the careof Plymouth Rocks must be kept always many houses as may be needed can be flocks of thoroughbred fowls-viz; One plant for the purpose in the wear tho kind of a leg tho government "

the hens to the good wife. It cqsts barred and not crossed by whiteor made Into row, thus saving rails. The family bred through many generationsby world. Several of the largest of thesej given owing to some reason connect
to more to feed a first class fowl thanIt correspondent who furnishes the plan ed with tho way my It'g'a.. amputate
faithful
buff, thinking that because they are a continuance of Its own
does to feed a dunghill, and the says further: ed and the only leg 1 can wear I I. this '
former all Plymouth Rocks It will do as well. blood, except when it becomes necessary .
will lay many more eggs than The houses are double rail pens, the wooden Mttutip that strap to tho
This will probably sound absurd to for well being of such family or
the latter. Does such a statement'' ap.Peal those on' the outside being 0 feet train LLY thigh It wu In 1805 when I got my
breeders of these varieties, but It has to Introduce HUfllclent foreign
to a farmer? Yes, It may, but he health; first leg. In 1HOO an express package
does been done frequently, and the farmers blood to maintain and strength,
not believe It to be a fact.. To brought mo another, I Rat down and :
hIm were perfectly Ignorant that they had after which breeding It out by drawingIt
a hen Is a hen, and she Is supposed wrote the war department that the
ed begun crossing In color. Of course It from the strain Itself. Thus In a
lay he discovers of to me and therefore :!
eggs. Occasionally leg were no use
does not materially decrease the value yard of fowls which have been bred
that one hen Is a better layer than not .to send them. They didn't
, of the breed, as far as the flock Is concerned strictly lu the family or strain a female
another, yet I doubt very much wheth- take a bit of notice of my letter, and
and It may not decrease the of blood foreign to the same may be
*f he The in 1SU7 another log I
ever stops to consider why. came wroto
l
egg yield, as all Plymouth Hocks are used by br'c'dlnll.iler to a male of the .
hardest w again to Washington told them 1 had
task Is to convince our farmer t ;
good layers, but it may degenerate Into original stock selected with a view to LR
friend that a hen costing $1.50 can three of their leg now that I couldn'tuse
careless crossing, which will soon reduce making or preserving the characteristics -
Possibly be any better than one costing CHKAF AKU COMFORTABLE. I and<<1 didn't want them to go on and .
established &r .
the thoroughbred to A dungbllL already as nearly as : AF47a
, W cents. This latter Is the price usu- Thoroughbreds when from good lay. square and those on the Inside 8 feet poMfllblo, If the progeny from this bankrupt tho government buying! mire
Lily thus leaving a space of 12 Incbhetwt"l'n leg*. ,
considered for square --
enough any -
high
hen Ing strains can be kept good layers Is filled mating! U satisfactory, two lines of the
the
e. p"owhlcb bUCK: KILLING 4T PXO5K. "They never noticed me. In 18C8 I
7 careful attention. The eggs same family cnn be started by breeding
only by
It Is straw and compacted. another leg. They began to get lu
with got
Great South
through: the laying; quality alonethoroughbred male of the to place are situated In
n of
for example tinpullet
from the \best layers- opt *
ot a The openings are to the south. The the around tho house, so then I'
the of Moriches.KaHtport way
village
that must try bay, near
, we thoKP, that lay first and continue the the otliur.! ttnil<<1 ,'Itl''rllll, after which
w or houses are 3 feet high at this started the labeling and dating of eachone
convince the farmer that It Is better pens : Speouk Hull We UllllOJlton.
should be preference tot select I u inuic! of the original/ stock to
fan j a dunghill. Eggs and plenty of longest- given side and 2!& feet high at the oppositeside mate with the, female There are 40 or more duck farms lu and hanging: them up on the wall!
sitting those! of others that lay progeny of the
over
. them, appeal to him. He can produce making a slant of 0 Inches on the last mating this Hcctlou of Suffolk county, and of my den. Thuy coino reaulal'Iy-onu :
chicken Inter and stop'earlier, Karly and good root The are covered with straw 1 each There'\ :'M there now, nn-l
and quite pen there are raised. on them annually butwiHn year.
a plump roaster In addition to the foregoing, It Is to ,
: food enough| for the market stall from layers will reproduce the same qualityIn and fodder several heavy poles being, 'J30.IXJO and 10.000 uuck The I guess I'll last long enough to see CO;I
be presumed that the .
thinmanner .tralnKIIIWHKl'1I
6 f h4 dunJhlll! and at but little cost for their pullets. A strain kept In put on for weights. In front of each 'one family or Illustration show the method of kill- or more If Undo Sum IIO811'tlct/ tired! 1
. feel nod much for years, with the care necessary house ID a rail pen In which the sow ( or more qualities In lug and bleeding employed on these Bending them."-Chicago Inter, Ocean.Drnwtug .
care. 1 doubt
very to keep them In good condition, greater excellence than other families ,
Whether and pigs exerclatf and eat Theserouses
It would pay the average strain or strains of the same bte('d, which (arias,
will develop a prolific laying .
. hraer to ( are cheaply constructed and are Co .clu.lon..
k b broiler raise what are known as first which will become of great value as warm; (comfortable- nIl eon 11lc'nt. may dlHtlogulHh them from the race In An American llovtaarant Wanted.A "18 she Iris third or his fourth wilor'"lust
of
'S.M and! It would take much money makers. Again there Is little Any farm I t hor.Jd:: think, has tbe general or that\ a greater part of tbt recent Issue of the Manila Time! bo his third, I guess. Any*

p the In order to put broIlers 00lDarklt value In a layer after her hen year. ready material of which these Inexpensive various Individual of the strain can declare that a restaurant In that city, way I beard her declare yesterdaythat

' chest early enough to catch the She \V1I11 lay her best I In pullet year and house are made. I never use thema be recognized by the same This U managed on the American system, she. hud no faith In the old saying

" Ua IncUbators price he would be obliged) to a little less In hen year.It second time If a summer Intervenes.lection. the grandobject for, carefully preserving "where one can get a decent meal that there' luck In odd nuiubon*."-
: I,.al December and set his eggs i* ear- Is In' this very point of age that '. the same, as otherwise It would without fear of b rlng sickened by a Chicago TliueIIerald.! 1 l

:5 fa* fertile and January. To oh1 farmers make great mistakes. It a ben If you noticed that a few of your operate a distinction without a difference mixture of file, cockroaches, oil and
eggs BO early means skillful she usually a waste of patience and care. other abomination and for
tad U considered a good layer bens did better a* layers last season, a reasona- .
'r Ill *aKvetloa."Economy
'tttsMfl i good thing, be said
out of the Binary rut of a la a certain line of breeding a
old disease. may to Tbe writer
until she dies. of age or and purchase a full blooded cockto an enterprising man. '
t tinIller and make him an expert. Betlkte Little do they stop to think that she li place wltb them. You will fliwl thai ,by carried on 110I to perpetuate a complains especially that tho,8lJanl.b to bill only daughter, "but did It never
.ggs under ahen Is more to his train cannot assert, but that occur to yon .that the young man whorailed
The we some
!: laying fewer and fewer eggs. all the pullets from this fleck will be proprietor of the eating bouse cannot could'tare'qxiita
.I t 1lonr.' and, beldeth% hen move feed that she requires would ket'ptlr.t a much better than the succeeding one breeder do aim at It we art well a- 'be made to understand or ...tl.fy tit.Awerlc last evening &II19u'cb
'h gag leaving earlier as by tnrnngU -
1 thel1na.t ral way and tit be tired. For example, one breeder baa desire 1D001"betore
which would a ln'lI tor A "square
ca class layer, This If the way to breed up a flock: of down!"Chicago Punt.
tUte they to become broody. HU cblcka sourc of considerable Income. It U In useful, birds.-Indiana. Farmer. bleu breeding (or a certain .color or beginning hi* dally work. -,
broiler age abo\1t Aug. 1.

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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1899.



--f INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE. 4AWBBKLY THE BOER-WAR. Indian 1 River' Real Estate Agenci c ffi


OnjH ALD rOTlD ;fO TUB D T tomiHT The Anglo-Boer war ii stilt forging ., DAKINO .
I o; IHB'IKWAH RIVCR, LAaa ahead, but the Philadelphia TITUSVILLE FLA. v

WORTH AID BtBOAYirX BAY'BGTIOXS. Times says_ that the ostentatious .
'" POWDER
I display! of naval power by Great ,p

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Britain at this time is clearly not SOLUTELY PURE YOU would do well If yon have property to sell and want It advertised: l
intended for effect In South Africa. z paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at In t tit
,
callUI H. WALTOH, Editor & Proprietor Transvaal and the Orange Free Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank: Contracts, and put your property before the public once
more U-ldany sales will probably be.made this winter by this Agency shy
State are safely inland, and no for n
.
Discontinuance of ftdvts. must be mad per Kfrrn MKIHO power eo Mtw-- yours. ,
tonally at thU,office or by writing. midable fleet would be required to : PINEAPPLE LANDS, near: railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10 nn.
1 protect,the.transports on the way -- -- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre. '

Check,etc.,may be made payable to CBAKI.MH. to Cape Town, or even to secure YELLOW FEVER. THE LICENSE CASES. Beautiful! tract, 120 acres; one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of t
WALTOM,publisher and proprietor. control of Delagoa Bay. The gath- Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will ftt tan
ering of battleships at Gibraltar is The much-talked-of] license cases have year and $2,000 next. Price $7,000. pay tt
Address all communications to not for immediate service. It is : Dr. Porter, the well known yellow at last been disposed of by all parties HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.

'INDIA. RIVER ADVOCATE, purely for diplomatic effect. fever expert positively states that concerned, being discharged in the Criminal One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville good'plneapplcs

, !t TITUSVIIIK, FLORIDA. This Is not the first time in recent there is not one case of yellow fever ] Court, Jacksonville, on Friday. the II. vegetables and oranges. Price, $ ro.oo. '
It. Thomas and E. J. Parker were
Florida outside
history that England has anywhere Key
first defendants called for trial.]
:, 17. S. Department of Agriculture found it advisable to mobilize the West and Miami, and that tourist L. A. Stewart, of DeLand, was Jude =

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, I Ja. fleet. More than once a grave crisis need have no fears about coming to bench, and Solicitor Christie prosecuted. Jas. ::8. :Sours
defend-
has been thus quietly averted. In this State.. In regard to Miami, A. M. Michelson represented the ,
and the
ants. The testimony,was taken
spite of all diplomatic we are informed that things in that
representations case given to the jury shortly after the
Tho following is a comparative state- it is well understood that con- town are beginning to look more noon recess,and the verdict discharging Hay:: Griretlxi.: Peed, Flour
and rainfall for the ;
Dent of temperature tinental Europe generally looks on encouraging, and that the fever is the defendants was returned In a few
week ending Tuesday, Nov. 7, 189f{ GRITS MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW
,
minutes. GARDEN
mild Dr. Porter
of a type.
-1809- -1898- the expansion of the English speak. very license of
MIN.MAX.. MIN. and his staff of experts are using Respecting the above case SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE
DATE. MAX. ing nations with a jealousy that Dr. II. It. Thomas, who was tried and TIME.
1 80 01 74 09 easily could be converted into active their utmost endeavors to preventthe not guilty, those who know the
proven
"' 2 81 79 03 COCS! 78 78 71 74 hostility. We felt this hostility spread of the disease outside the facts, could not see how it could terminate Agent for Gray Mineral] Ash, kills all kinds of insects.; Harmless] to man

4 3 75 79 72 at the opening of the Cubanwar Miami and quarantine is most rig. otherwise. Dr. Thomas, who l Is beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
the proprietor of the La Villa Pharmacy,
5 77 08 81 74 and it was only the demonstration idly enforced ; and as the winter Jacksonville, has been well and veryfav- Lowest cash prices. *

6 70 07 80 09 of our own and England's naval season is so far advanced! with orably] known to the ADVOCATE for a
7 77 71 70 72:. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
power, with the knowledgethat: probable frosts in 'various, places long time. lie is one of Jacksonville's FLA.
Total] rainfall for the week: 002. throughout Florida, there is a good staunch'and eneroretic aldermen-full of
would stand that
from normal rainfall for the England by us, =
Departure enterprise and push; and withal l is an
1 week: minus 0.38 Inches. Departurefrom saved us frone-the hostile Interven. prospect of stamping it out entirely honest and straightforward citizen of CHAS. N. WELSHANS

normal rainfall since January 1, tion of Europe. There may be now in a short time. The new cases the above city. We wish him every success ,
plus 5.08 Inches. no concerted purpose on the con- are but few In number at Miami, in business ventures.
0. J. DOIIEHTV, Observer. and Dr. Porter's Wednesday
tinent to harrass England in her report

U_ .. __., ._ ___ .. there is night : ORANGE PROTECTION.
but says
present undertaking, CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEI

y... "A STITCH In time BIIVCS nine," reason enough for England to show New cases 8 deaths: deaths, none; total ,
attention of that she is armed against it. caest! 105: ; total 5. From all accounts, the McFarland]
therefore draw the
p we Agent for Cabot's: Creosote Shingle Stains.
Where there is smQke there is On the night of October 31st the Fruit Protection Companj's new device .
our fishermen to the state of the
for the protection of trees l is meet-
in :Florida orange
railroad wharf, and our Town fire, and the report so persistentlysent quarantine season terminated ing with such a degree of success as to W- Write for Samples and Prices.
Council to that of the city wharf. from London and Paris that except for Miami and Key justify the belief that the near future

There seems to be plenty of lumber the great: powers will ask President West, and Dr. Porter notified the will see the business of orange growing Old 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Stree
y various of ro-establMied a new and rational
inspectors
the port sanitary upon
lying along the shore, waiting for McKinley to approach British
the State'Board of Health and the basis. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.McMurray .
Government in the interests of
someone to use it. .. d At first sight, the urorbsition to raise
peace may -have some foundation in public generally mat the active or orange trees by'means of artificial pro-

fact. There are many reasons out summer maritime quarantine sea tection is unlikely to appeal favorably to
IF you want to read crime fair- !) would close that the judgment of the practical who
"' side mere sentiments of hutuanitar-" son for Ib9: nightas grower
s /' minded and conscientious articles, the has long been accustomed to the crude & Baker
l which usual, except as against/:
iunism, by nations are seldom
and methods of culture -
bias haphazard
free from the Anglo- generally J
upon of Miami and! West.
influenced the ports Key
why European employed in this State. But whenit
Boer war cast your'eye along thex'
editorial ,columns of the Evening powers should perfer peace to war This placed the state's quarantine is remembered that the industry has 410, 412, 414, 4lG, 4113 Main St ,Jacksonville, Fin.
in the Transvaal. They know that status on the usual winter footing. ]long been carried on ip Italy under conditions -
Call Editor McNamee seems to so adverse to render artificial
is however surveilance as
There a -Headquarters for-
I the resultof, the hostilities now being
*" of sort absolute necessity
know what class of people the Boers protection some an -
travel from New Orleans and
waged must be the obliterationof over the practical character of the
are-as to progressiveness the two Dutch republics; the the recently infected Mississippitowns proposition made our orange glowers by Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

> Transvaal and Orange Free State, to prevent the importation'of Mr. McFarland's company will be appar- ,
DEER, duck and quail are lawful
household Aside from .
and the establishment in South goods. ent.If -
and Sundries.
the of southern Europe
marks for the hunter and large orange growers -
I
this there is
Africa of a British empire as largeas no quarantine super can bring their groves to maturityat
( numbers are brought into town
the East Indies and of almost vision, and people can come and go a cost of something like a $1,000 an "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelat
:, daily. If you are a non-resident of illimitable resources and possibilities. between Florida points and Mississippi acre; and, after running the gauntlet of
{;: Florida, do not, forget to get a $10 This. do and Louisiana without hin our tariff, .sell the Inferior fruit in this short notice.
W;: license to hunt, as it may proye they naturally not country at a handsome profit, there is no
i wish to see, and as they cannot well drance.A good reason why our own people, wjth/ '
more costly were to kill of
: you any intervene, either by force or by the relief hospital ]has been erectedin every advantage in the way of cheap HAMMOND'PACKING
ti:. the above without a legal permit. assumption of a friendliness which Miami, with funds furnished by lands, climate and a home market can- CO.
i.
would be the grossest hypocrisy Mr. Henry M. Flagter. The build- not again engage of success.In in .the business .with (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

i WE note that many residents in they,turn to the United States to'' ing is for the use of the indigentsick every any hope event, the outcome of the present OUR ,SPECIALTIES : .

".' town have put their sidewalks and get her to pick their cbesnuts from and is now in running order. experiment will be observed with In-
gardens in order. Others should the fire. The last issue of the Miami Me- terest by all concerned, and,we trust, by' "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacoi

follow suit, by cleaning the sidewalks There can be no doubt that if tropolis says : next spring to chronicle commensurate for this new with Invention "Coin Special" canned meats.

I of all grass and weeds and overtures in this direction are made "Dr. Porter, State Health Officer, the enterprise a success that has led to its Intro- "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

leveling the sidewalk eo that pedes- President McKinley: will positively was in receipt, Monday last, of a duction.-Jacksonville Evening Call. "Calumet" leaf lard.

trians will not have to take to thero'ad 'refuse to enact the role of go-be dispatch from J. R. Rarrott; stat- Homemade lard."Peerless"

fr after every little shower of tween. It is, at best, a thanklessone ing that he was authorized'by Mr. JAMAICA SORREL.Mrs. pure _

;. mite., A trim-looking town speaks and in the case of this war : Flagler'to call on him for any financial compound lard, sausages

well fur its inhabitants, and as our would be little short of impertinence. assistance be might need in F. A.V.. Shimer, a prominent and'an Packing House Products. Florida Branch: : JACKSONVILLE,,FLA.

a' winter visitors are beginning to arrive During the tension period Key West, 'Miami or any other part resident of DeLand, writes: "I have

} it behooves our people 'to prior to Spanish-American war, of Florida, to be used at the discretion tried now for two seasons to grow Jamaica -.
"take time by the forelock" and of Dr. Porter in the sorrel, but so far have failed to SAN'T
li and during the progress of the war present epidemic get any pods to test it. .have now WILLIAM CLARKE
: give their sidewalks and yards a itself, Great Britain stood strictly yellow fever which Miami lants, almost trees, of strong,rank .... PLUMBER.
\ neat appearance. As the Town neutral, and there wan no sugges- and Key West are now passing grown, but nothing more. It seems to
; J 1. Council looks after the roads surely which other sectionof expend itself ingrowth, and before thereis Fine Gas Fixtures
' tion from any capital\ in Europe through, or any the cold Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
fruit along come waves
; I 1"" it is not asking too much, for that she should approach the United the State may be called upon to and any-the end., Maybewe arc too far, lion Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets

u!: property owners to clean up their States with a view to avertingor pass through. This offer to Dr. north; or our soil may be too rich ? Will and Wash Stands. Copper vessels] of all kinds and

. sidewalks. ending hostilities. Such inter Porter is only another evidence some. experienced grower give us pointers. ,* t 4-t __ *>___..J
that Mr. heart is in the ." "e e cr p"'ono "'"IIUUtU.
ference, eVen from a nation that we Flagler's [As faras the ADVOCATE has heard, ..
JACKSONVILLE'S Gala Week is to regarded as most friendly to us, right place ; that, with all his mil. the cultivation of Jamaica sorrel a'ong' I
.
- be the grand event in :Florida. It would be promptly resented by the lions, has not lust sight of the fact the Eist Coast Is lather u MW industry; 37 Forsyth St. near Laura Jacksonville Florida

\ t ; is to take place from the 14th tot Government and people of the United that there are needy people in the but Mr. Saw tell, of Haiduevllle, Fla, ,
": the 17th of this month and world." whom we understand has been successful
many States, and such interferenceby
In cultivating this plant, may be able to
t, ; thousands of people from the country the United States in a quarrel give our leaders some useful infoimo FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

t ; will be present enjoy the rich that does not concern her would be THE New ,York Daily Hotel Re- lion with respect to tbu growing of Jamaica .

treat Jacksonville's in that Hiram Maxim soi'.re!).-El).]
enterprising of
regarded England as a piece porter says P. ,
I citizens will produce for their de gratuitous intermeddling' other a guest at the Stratford, and inven A writer to the Los Angeles Times Benedict Pollak & Co Wholesale House
r : "I recently] visited South Passade-
says ,
lectation. As previously referredto people's business. tor of the deadly machine gun, has Ulto see the new industry of growingand ,

in the ADVOCATE, Gala Week is Lord George Hamilton. ih refer been negotiating with the English selling Jamaica sorrel, for making Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Scree

: going to be a grand success, for ring to the above war said : "Our government in the interests of a preserves, jellies and jams., This plantis Cloth. Ducks and Georgia! Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton, In all nun

those energetic gentlemen who form ultimate victory ia certain, and party of rich New Yorkers who i new to the general public, though it hers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid t
t the committee, promise that the when the terms which we as victors wish to serve against the Boers in i has been cultivated in small plots here correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealer
for three To be sure that and hotels.
I two or years. corporations Anything usually kept in line w
by' storekeepers our
attractions will far eclipse those of will propose'to the vanquished are South Africa, they being willing to for have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal ti'eat,ment.

last year., Many hundreds of dol- known, foreign/ nations will see defray the expenses of their equip lug.
lars wor/h of prizes will be given, that the main cause which has ment. Their oiler has been politely and had them made into jelly by an experienced BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

and everybody is looking forwardto forced us to embark upon this.con- rejected by the British, go'ernment. jelly equal confectioner.to the best The red currant result wasa in 32, 31, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.

having a good time. Further diet is not a desire of pecuniary the judgment of all who have tasted it. -

e'. particulars respecting this grand profit, or of territorial] aggrandizement 1 believe it can be recommended as one
r' event will be found elsewhere in determination i of the best jelly-makers known, and thatIt 2IJE\VELED.
the but a to emancipate .- TilE project of sending CanadIan will become very popular as soon as WATCHES CLOCKS
Sr ADVOCATE. a vast territory, for the conn and. Australian contingents to Its virtues are recognized. Mr.. Starting h ,
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mon benefit of mankind, from an South Africa, to fight/: the Trans- l Is making good money in the cultivationof .
+, WITH the opening of the- Hotel ignoble and degrading tyranny" vital and Orange Free State, has this plant, and is regularly supplyingthe R- Jewelry Diamonds
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market at ten cents pound. e s e e t
{ Alcazar, St, Augustine, the tourist I evoked much patriotic enthusiasmin This city plant can be grown with per as little V ( 1 ,

season has virtually commenced on I the above colonies. Over 400 water Iany other plant tried in Southern f ti t l' Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents
the East Coast, and business on The Tampa Tribune says : "Lestwe Canadian mayors telegraphed the California, and there l is less trouble lOf

h Indian River is already beginning:; forget be it remembered that Canadian government to send a In preparing for jelly than any product
Great Britain called down conti used for that e." FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
to purpo
pick up. The P. E. C, Railway a contingent to South Africa and '. tSiIYE&RWFJd
trains passing south through Ti- nental Europe during our armed telegrams were received from thirty A SPECIALTY
Store
Palmetto Drug Daytona.
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tusvllle controversy with Spain and made
are fairly well crowded commanding officers of militia
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i ; with }passengers every dayv and, on nations anxious and 'eager to Inter. battalions, in Canada, offering the Drugs, medicines,chemicals] ,fine toilet Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way R. J. RILES,

the whole things in general are be. meddle in our quarrel, to "keep services of upward of 2,000 sharp soaps, brushes, combs perfumery and 225 W. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. FUI
ginning to look more hands oil'" Uncle Sam a'nlhis fancy toilet articles In great variety.
encouraging shooters for the Imperial service.
e for this winter. Tho ADVOCATE is children should not forget this act }[. HUSTON, propr. I ___ 1 1

receiving many letters of inquiry and should reciprocate right now .' c Every Home, School and Office should own

from Northern people who are on .O.. L. KEENE. ,, ____ Webster's International Dictionary

the eve of leaving for the East ON Tuesday, Nov; 14th, at 10:30 VSggSSV:" of ENGLISH Biography, Geography, FictIon etc___

Coast of Florida ; so our tradespeo a, m.,the Florida Good Roads Association DicrioxaKrSTANDARD AUTHORITY oi h. u. s.Supreme Court all the sSi Supreme
pIe and hotel keepers may still look will meet at the Board Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions S.uti commended. S.Government by State S"Hinting Office,nd ol nearly all tba FreswiceW SchoolhwkeWarmly sad
other Educator *"W dcllli 01 Schoob College
for a good business this season. of Trade rooms Jacksonville. A .lmOiI without number.COLLEGIATE _


i Our merchants should be up with number of prominent'speakers will Laces, Gloves] Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets. & Glossary of

,\ the times and let the people know address the meeting, and a large DiiCI'ISONARY Scow del and Phrasa.
'w rasAnewbookthelargest
they are still in business, remembering gathering of those interested Prompt attention paid to all orders. oftheabridgmentsofthelnternmtonal. aeissblevocabWt.WA1t
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, the old saying "that advertising good roads will be in order. Every. iliullrllled.ulary.complete h.deboil ODland adeQua.e elmotuic.. UU YCI'u....pq..and iI.wu1 '
is to business what steam is body who has the walfare of good This U one of the oldest] and most reliable houses lo Jacksonville.'- All the latest appcoduc i.a storehouse ot Yaluablo.AJorm& oA, w

to machinery: e grand propcll- roads at heart are earnestly requested ,Patterns. and Style.> ] Specimen faga tte. of both boob tent on application.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1899.
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Jensen. .
Georgiana.
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Gilmore-Is preparing to build Mrs the I' .FERTILIZERS. ;
n Owens
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residence on his river front.. Carter 5pent day with. Mr..
jteYnlce Wednesday.
/ . .
In town
; Insuranceofoesa Mr. Frye of "
tbeeintereet of his Bonaventure was over
eekDin visiting In this vicinity Friday evening. I\ .' ,.

West, Plttm- peach, F. W. Lyman and J. H. White were : I 13E
ot
; s. Bell, iCOSq
l1) enjoying
:
red 0.i John Saturday Cldhecy last of,Melbourne for the purpose, arrived of Ing. a pleasant drive Tuesday mom-. r ; .SPW To m(

0 on shed for Mr. Levett. A. L, Brnner wife and
pineapple little daughter
a ,
wilding V.; I. association will give Its first Beth Monday, and on Mrs a Chambers drove to Lotus, IiI q 'I- :

n The dance on Thanksgiving night We shopping expedition. .Z 1 n ap.pl o:o Groi7"s.reL.i.P1
Mrs.
not had a ball In so long that every- Flora Wlttfeld and Mrs. Dell _

are to get a chance,to Indulgethe Munson went to Titusvllle :t" .
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Saturday .
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ae i Is nxlous and on :' .: : .. .. ,w,:.. '.< :.
fantastic a large at- Important business "
light expecting to return .
Jndance is confidently expected. Tuesday. '. L 'All'Ar. ; u.nd.'Po''t11: or. r IiI
H : PrlCeo$26.00; Q3' Before buying the following Materials. be. sure and, apply j to
B, O'Donoghue, who, for several Mrs. Smith, Mrs. We they and Miss : .

1 was a photographer for then regu-; May Wittfeld went to Cocoa Saturday t. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. .
ea 10 Kansas, but who has been at on the Silver King, returning in. the I .
any Beach for the past twelve afternoon.Mrs. 1 1\lol ture..u..I....?.....................,,.....,., 8 I to 10 STEAMED' BONE RAW BONE ,
est palm : Ammonla..I. ........................ .... ................... to 6 a
tbS Is here making preparations for Blackman and daughter Mrs. [E-t Equal to Sulphate ofAmmonia..........'...................i.......:........... !90 to 25 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE
Sisbtng( headquarters. A thorough- :Maude : Available 1'bOil horlo Acid. .... .................. ...........'.................. 6 to II .
artist can make this point one Wagner, were out driving Monday Kqnal.Done rho8ihate. .m....................,............................ 11 tots DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE Ot SODA '
ygood the afternoon and called on Mrs. White I rotanhK20.... ...... ............. ..........;-./.a to II "." ..
\ profit as well as adding to attraojTenewofourburg. and Uncle Hughes. Equal to Sulp./... .......................".... 9 to to SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO ,
:i Magnolia, Lime, Soda, eto........................ ........................'... M to 60 STEMS, : : H

We are to have another dock. It is to spent Chas.Sunday Werning with, our Mr.genial mall at carrier Bona-, B : S3T- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, .

*built by the truck growers aad others venture. They made some Frye, COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :.
interested In shipments coming very pleasant Mixtures compounded with at low s
hO are calls during the evening.Mrs. j nrSpecIal machinery very 0
It, will be called
will H prices .
lantereedock l we understand, and Hughes w'\s calling on Mrs. Bower ; .
the end of the street ,leading and Miss Hattie, Thursday afternoon.It .
arm built, the at station, and a tram-way and was the first time she had been away t Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for

pat in operation for immediate use. from home in nearly eight months. Pamphlet. I.LJ '
hi i .
fa adding improvement to our

nnr,keep which would are imagine substantial that we and had lasting been; Fish Mrs., enjoyed Hall and a ride daughter with their, Mrs.nice Alice pony I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .

trough oone the freezes that seem to have and and cart Mrs.,'Hughes and were, Monday calling on afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Owen. (Q ,

lined and depopulated so much of
ther portions of Florida. This Is the Bower and daughter, Miss Battle, j :raokson.ville, Florid.: :

aost prosperous section in the state, so enjoyed a rest, Sunday, from postoflice --..-
iris we know. duties, with the hospitable family of 'I ,. .

J. 0. Fries, supervisor of public roads, Mr. and Mrs. Mime at lionaventure. I Melbourne. Sebastian. Another; Rig Tlmher Land Deal. I Professional Cards. i

sass down this past week for the purse The many friends of Mrs. Clara Halnlin _._ _

of viewing some roads that are will be sorry to learn that she has yellow Ninety-four thousand acres Is a. largo I' JICOROIC M. Ronnix! WALTEH 8. GRAHAM.nOUULVS .
ought to bo opened up. .Had we had fever at Miami. She contracted the dis- Frank Gautier Was In town this week. body of land. Deeds to that amount A
here during the ease while nursing a patient who had it. OOODE & OOODK.-Itcal Estate and Loan GRAHAM ,
[r. Fries many years yore tiled this week In the clerk's ofllco.Pho .
in't we have been paying heavy road She was formerly of this place.J. Al Globe cent,for and.AQua Imperial, London Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Special and Social at the M.. E. Church Saturday lands lie In Orange' nnd Oscoolnoountlos

axes and Retting no return for our mon- W. Bruner, wife and little daughter attention paid to' the Interests of nonresidentg. night. on the eastern boundary In ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

r we could by now have a shell\ road to went to Cocoa, Friday, with Mr. Munsonin S. Kltchlng called on friends in Rose- townships 23, 21, 25 and 2(1( in ranges OFFICIC llouiis:From 10 to 12 a. ul.,
titusville. If no other good bad been his sail boat. They visited with for the ADVOCATE land Tuesday :1)11): and .'<4. They ore rnllrond lands nnd and! 2 to 4 p': m.
done by the last Legislature, the passage Subscriptions wero deedort by Frank Q. Ill-own" trustee,
road law in connection friends and relatives until Saturday, the pink paper of the East Coast, will be R. G. Hardee made business trip to Tmmvit.Lic, Ilrovard Co., Florida.
to Edward J. Holland of Orlando And
present
of( our ,
when they returned home on the Silver Postofflco. r. o. iiox, 108.WlIIl'rRotico.
received at the Melbourne Jacksonville
the services of Mr. Fries Tuesday.
Holland U. Duke New
James of
lift securing by to ,
King. Little Winnie has gained seven ) Iu all the court*-state and. felt
a we that everything is done properly, pounds in weight in the three weeks she Messrs. Kroogel, Gibson and Ruffnor Jersey, and Benjamin N. Duke, of North era).
ras worth tbe expenditure. So long as has been living In Georgiana.. George Damond, of Malabar, pays fre- are out on a deer hunt in the back Carolina. Tho purchxso price was $42- HpocUl, facilities tor examining; and perfect-
Yr.[ Fries will\ consent to hold his present I quest visits to our town. country this week. 300 and the value of the stamps nttixolietl InK litnil titles.D .

position, the people of Brevard county Miss Ida Dodson, our school teacher, Messrs. Bender Robertson and Hogg to the deed was $42.50)-Valley Gazette.In .
There
Ihould seo that he keeps it, for in the his- gave the children a holiday on Friday, will be a yacht race here on the connection! with the above, it IN. rumored U. HOUOllTON'S
dryof public roads in this county it is going down to Banyan to visit her friend are enjoying quail hunting now. 25th Insl., open to all fish boats on In- that the F. E. C. Ry., will build n
the first time the people have had any who is teaching at that place. Master Delightful cool weather and not oqe dian River carrying lug sails. There rond from Oveldo to Titusvllle or some
assurance of getting the Improvementsthey Carl Wittfeld. drove down Friday morn- sick person In town. Truly this Is a will be two prizes; entrance fee, $1.00. point near by, so that they will get a FLOATING DENTAL) APARTMENTS- }

pay for. We make this assertion ing with his teacher, he returning the healthy spot. George Russell has just finished his "hnre%of the business from the above on tho (Dcntos)

advisedly same arternoon, but Miss Dodson remained Dr.' L. A. Peek took the Misses Rob- now S)-foot steel Hag pole. The pole Is laud, which la to bo fully cultivated!
over night and came up on the ertson, Annie Goode and Jessie Goodefor set In a bed of cement, and towers 75; Now at Palm Reach

{J We would esteem the favor If our steamer Saturday. a'trip to the Ocean Beach last week. feet and six inches above the ground. Tho Gem Barber &liop..

readers, when writing or calling upon Capt. George Phillips left here, last Messrs. Cozart and Contml ran a foot D.L.. GAULDEN,
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Friday, for Fort Pierce. George's many race Monday for an amount something
eta, would mention the ADVOCATE.Rockledge. job printing you need.] friends here miss his pleasant face and under fifty dollars. Cozart proved to Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing ATTORNEY-AT.L'AW, 4
will gladly welcome him back again.A be the fleetest on foot, so captured the etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with Will practice In all tho Courts of the State
prize. Electrical Baths attached. Everything 01 1"lurlclland the United, States Court.
West Palm Beach. sweet little baby girl came to the up-to-date. E. STEiNitArsKn, Prop. I. III1X,1l3II. TITUSVILLEFLA.
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walker last Capt. Bob. Hardee has finished the : 33:! West Bay St Jacksonville Money to Loan. IsM
week, and we hope she will remain In now county bridge; over the Sebastian
A. J. Canova arrived Tuesday from There Is quite a demand for winter Melbourne for a long time, 'and join the river, five miles southwest of here. The GOLDSMITH
Jew York. cottages. circle of pretty Melbourne girls. old one water.was swept away by the recent To Tho Deaf ,

Business Is improving down this way, Dr. Platt, of Fort Pierce, was in town, high -
Miss Elsie Smith left
DeLand, where she will, attend Tuesday Stetson; for and there is no sickness here. last 1'uesdayvisiting his family, who County Surveyor J. O. Fries was a A rich lady, cured of her deafness anti A.TORN i E Y-A T-LAW,

University. The pink paper of the East Coast is are enjoying Ife at Melbourne Beach for pleasant visitor bore this week. Mr. noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's Titusville, '- Florida. :
always a welcome visitor to Dade. awhile. The Doctor knows where to Fries is on an inspection tour of tho Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000) to his
G. N. Hatch and E. S. Williams left find one of the healthiest places on earthto county roads and now bridges which are Institute, so that deaf people unable tQ
last Friday, for a two weeks' sojourn on Several of our winter residents are expected send his family to. being built. procure tho Ear Drums may have thorn l j. WKUU;
the nest side. within the next couple of weeks. free Address No. 11.14: The Institute, .
Sample and Will Lonard
Mr. and Mrs 1. C. 'Moore came up In Harry wore
Mrs. C. W. Harrison is now the poses- 'J'o lI'lsts.are, beginning to arrive, and their launch, last Wednesday Mrs out !gunning: Tuesday for quail, and succeeded 780 Eighth Avenue, New York., N. Y.Impure ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, .

nr of a fine Sterling bicycle, and .we strange faces are daily seen on our Moore spent two days with her parents, in bagging a few. Harry says Will practice In the Courts of the 7th .
hope soon to see her added to the ranks streets. Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, then left for their dog would sot, anything from a water Is the cause of much i Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidents

of bicyclers.R. Supt. Ernest Allen, of the Palm Beach Washington and points north ,to spend roach to an elephant, excepting quail.. IIlcknells. Remedy this by getting a fine and rents and accounts collected. ,,;

F. Hatch came up from Lantana Casino, has been a busy man during the two or three months. Rev. W A. Lowder preached to a fnlr filter (from Claude Walton, l'ltu vl11e. Tltusvlllo, Florida. ;

the first of the week, and spent a few past summer. The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal sized congregation hero Sunday night. ,

days ID town before leaving for Ten- still going ahead. church will give an entertainment Ho- Prayer meeting Is held regularly every ,KKKVAJtn COUNTY THKASUItKH'S FI
are
Improvements T O. FRIES C. E.'
lessee, where he will spend his vacation. Two modern villas and a hotel extensionare tel Bellevue Friday evening,Nov. 17th, Thursday night; Sunday school every 8TATEAlY.N'A'. ,

George Gingras and wife (nee Miss among them. at 7'iO: p. m., a good program, also refreshments Sunday: morning at 10 o'clock. Nov. last, 181>1). COUNTY SURVEYOR. f,

Florence Hardee) are expected down Aaron citizen of served ; all for 30 cents each; Died, at Miami, last Saturday, Mrs. Italunoe cnuli on hand, Oct. lit, 1500.$1,20011
Learning a prominent children half Come and upend a Land legally surveyed and sub-divided.
bra Sew York about the first of December price. Susan Sherwood Mrs. Sherwood was a Amount received in Oct., IHirtt .;. If.. uw IMTotal
Cape May, N., J., has arrived hereto pleasant evening and help a good cause. done. "'
to pass the winter with their spend the winter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs August/ Park, |1,DUO 70 Mapping neatly Estimates for
parents. Mrs. Gingras' sister, Mrs. A car load of stock and household who were among the first settlers on LOM warrants ,paid, In Oct., 18IK, all kinds of engineering works. Disputed
Skelby, of Janesville, Wis., expects tome J. E. Ingraham of the Florida East !goods: arrived in town, Tuesday evening, Indian River. Relatives and friends have and delivered to County Communion.en linos a specialty.
land an.l School Hoard... ...,... ..... TOO It
Coast Railway department has sent our deepest sympathy "
south about Christmas time. from St. Louis, Mo" for Captain West,
Quite our mayor a handsome cash donation for who bought the Hector Island at this Our fishermen continue to set their Balance on hand Nov. 1st, 1&99.$1224112! TITUBVILLK:, Brovurd Co., FLOKIDA.
a numberof winter residents
our the town park fund.If last The Captain Is on his ,?
have returned in the week. Mr. place year. sells daily about 2 o'clock, heave anchors -
and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin past A. Wheeler way here now, from the north, and his ; trim sheets and bond north or AUOVB IIALANC'B IS IIKLD AS ror.r.oWIIDelllllltetlll.llIIlIan / FORGE W. ALLEN,

an. Julia Van Riper, Misses, Bessie and, you are In search of bargains, friends will be pleased to welcome him, southward; all. In racing trim, but they all | Canlner'l certltlcate River State,....Dunk......,f 1,217 M Lx

Elsie Smith and Clarence Smith came in read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. especially he brings his family with return early In the night with dry nets. Caa per safe,....... .........,. ... .. .. .. .. T BOTotul ATTORNEY-AT-L A W,

00 Saturday's train. On Sunday Mr. him. Tluiio IK something mysterious about ............. .... ...... .. ....,tlfttnlULANdK -- Key West Florida "
= tills the there fish but ,
and
Mrs. M. C. Salmon, arrived, after a ; boys say are no ,
delightful: summer spent in New Haven, Lotus. -Please mention the ADVOCATE when we think there must be some other :* llKrONOI: TO K/d:fie WHO A' POL. Will praotlco In the United States

Won Monday and writing advertisers. reason LOW) and '
Mr. Mrs. II.J. Smith State Courts OjunltoALPH
cod County Ravenna-flnneriil Fund..., ....| 41033
little son, Don, arrived from Jackn R. E. Mlms, of Bonaventure, was here ? ItoudBiid llrldjteKuml ........,. Ill
M> Ille, where they had been spending binding M) fill '
Fort Pierce. -If want good results will\
few' days. Monday you you '' ""11,1111" rrUonon Fund..... 413 /M T ) E. SMITH,1\\ ._
find AnvociATK nn excellent adver- Hue and Forfeiture fund. .... am 4'JHohoolFund :
Calvin Thigpen returned home from tising medium. II .. .........,.. ...,.. 7 IU
--Drink Key West, last Wednesday. John Saunders' Eden visit Mon- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
healthy. pure filtered water and keep paid a T- Total.... .. .... ..... .:. ........... $122402
See those fine filters for sale by A. M. Mathls called In to see his many day. Specialist In Jenito, Urinary nnd Rectal r I

Claude Walton, agent, 'fltusville.Banyan. friends on his way to City Point. Capt. Robertson left for Daytona White City. JOHN County HKNHV Treasurer.NOT Diseases. I

Otwell, Hopkins, and Tiner, all of Tuesday; : m Forsyth Street.

Bahia, were in town trading/this week. Capt. A. J. Lewis left for up the river We have plenty of rain. JO 13. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.DlC. .

Mr. and Mrs. Bruner and Mrs. Chambers Tuesday.Mrs. Everybody is busy planting, and this -

Sam. Childs is looking after his Infer- of Georgiana, spent Monday In our Rlcou and family, of Jensen, were year than will find before.a greater diversity of crops NOTICE I I. lnrelpVKlv/ that It lithe In tonl 0. H. PEETE,
ever t the Florida lfiiloii'Ttileinidi' | and
are visiting in town Tuesday. ,
Banyan this week. Tolo ( to to the iov-
berg.We CoimiHiiy' apply -
Messrs. hear the Courtenay will be put on Mr. Gautler whs In town last week. Julius Palm, of Chicago, who had purchased nnor of tine State or Klorld on the IfiUi day of EYE, EAR, NOSE nnd THROAT. I
McMillan and Verner are pick. the run from Cocoa to Eau Gallie soon. merchants. I n place here Home limo ago, arrived Ifcxieinlier, A. 1>. 18'JU, to alter and/ amend )ti
leg t few beans calling on our dinner, all foil)W.I r
this 608 Street
week. /Sunday evening. Cherry ,
There Is no justice in thin, for Captain lit. Jty adding. Section 2 to A rtlcl! .1. of laid. 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field are spending Nesbitt has taken her place during the Mrs. Lilly Lane and twins left for The citizens of White City wish to express charter to that the naiiiii will read ai f..howII Macon, Ga. r
stew dull Bovine Sunday to spend a few weeks. Section The capital clock of ml I Corporation ,
days at their place here. summer months, while business was ; their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved may lie .Increased| l to a nun not to exceed
now when the time has come thai he of fifth for and friends little G .
The The largest consignment parents o; rover 'I\MIIMIII.OO.) '
PP of high water has produced a good could make little profit, to be driven the season left'last week, about 150 bar. Barker, aged ten years, who died of Vnd. Amend Article) 10 that the name will W(. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. r te
alligators, and the hunters are Nesbitt has read a* follow t e
is unjust. Captain '
off
the 5th
haring( good very role being shipped. spinal troubles, hero on Inlt., ARTICLE,
success out on the prairie. given us a good service, and the peopleon and was burled on Monday All the aforesaid Block of 19.000.00 'beIng Graduate of Philadelphia College of
Bean seed are slow to arrive the Island ought to feel grateful to Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold fully 'paid up by the above de..
has had 211 ; soar divine service here Monday evening net crlhnd property the stockholder. of said 19,. Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations I
nut w bushels of new seed him. at 7)0.:) All are cordially invited.It Please write us whenever you fall to Mxb00' of*tock shall not U" porionally liable and promised. Huzcltlne mock, corner Day .
bushels t
due to arrive this week. receive the ADVOCATE. .old atlHlk! of ,S.ono.uo shall not bo ss.esaable 1
t Red: one Is getting In a patch as fast as -One of the anti-germ water filters was with the deepest rrgret thatwe for any. Amend purpoiifl and wliatnoev0r.rd. \ change Article. of the char. and. Laura St., JACKSONVILLE- FLA. : w
can be
had can be seen working at the ADVOCATE head of the death of Mrs. S. A. ter of laid Corporation *o a* to read u tol:nws i
*be Sherwood at Miami. She had left hero Roseland. AKTICLK VII. lCONTRACTOR
Misses Dodson office. See ad. on 4th page.Bahia. OUEHT McCARHEL,
and The of Indebtedness to which R
hllfhtel' amount
Ie \, itGeorgi only a few weeks previous and had
Ktfeld and Allen, na; burgh the laid Corporation can at any time auhjw t It-
*', warm friends In our who ,
Hardee many elf I I. ,:.WOIPOOOO, and the Corporation may
J S. Coats C. D. Provost, Rfantley; extend their heartfelt sympathies to the Very little truck U. being planted here mortgage/ and land, It* property and men other AND BUILDER, p
G.
W' n Kockledge; R. Livingston, bereaved husband and little ones. this year. prorty| ai U may purcaai* or construct to MI .I Churches specialty, Steam atone work
,foerson, Bovine; A. Parker, Mr. cure It* 11II1"IItedIl
(: | Mrs L. C. Moore is visiting In Wash- Which said alteration and amendment were
i \f(5ipneda5J-T- Eau allle delightful .
\ ; ; weather. adopted by the uimnlinou vow of all of line CONCORD AND rillTClIAUU;.,
We having ? C.
paid subscription D.
are -Have
Bibb ers, Tropic' and R. Otwell, you your Ington, ItlHklwll! re lit .aid 'orllOratiou| at a u'I1I1t1111C ,
were In Banyan during. the week. ; When you want the news of the East If not, p'oaso do so. H. B. Howard was here Tuesday, to seeS held at Tltuirllle,Florida, on the nth day of No- CHAIII.KSTO.V, So. CA.
vemtar 1 I Coast always read the ADVOCATE, O. Boone about some piling for the I'u"-
.eoclUlct< wedding took place' at the res I- aiuondlnir/ .ad, charter.rUJUJUA .
lr8' Jas. Bahia of Pineda's old residents Bovine. railroad. UNION TKr.EOItAl'ir AND gTEI'IIEX: E. FOSTER,
Livingston one
Jas. Turnage, lOnovfit TKLKI'HU.Mi!: COMl'ANY.rA'1Jio 4
75" first day of November, when Mr. recently passed through here, en II. B. Howard & Co., Intend to move
tton King and MlM Arabella Livingrs route to Tropic, where he will spend the Randolph Livingston Is carrying the their saw mill to this place. Messrs La- ArrOIlNEY-AT-LAW, "

-.e re. made one by an old "noto- winter.W. mall from Bovine to Savage. porte aDd Heccher have everything In I .DI-Q'V.Y Rooms -129 and 423: : Gardner Building r
{
oth1.U| blle, of Banyan. On Nov 8thU of passed '. readiness for the mlli!!!, >
Ouple will be united H, Henderson, Bovine Stewart cut one of his gngers I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
'In Eugene
marriage
_mle, lame Place; Mr. J. J. Hopkins through here, the first of the week, on nearly off, and It took considerable timeto I II, D. Ruffner and Q. Gibson have gone (J1() West flay St Jacksonville, I
with a load of alligator bunt. W. I'. Underwent U
to the altar Miss.Alice Living- his way to Banyan stop the blood. on a camp FINE
"too. railroad during :Alr.Olblon' I MICIIELSOy
The former skins. running the pump ,

''l h*H tmrwIl reside couple at are Babla domiciled; theM Married, at the residence of the bride'lmother and Mrs.Miss Lilly Ethel Lane Croghan and,charming of Fort Pierce twins, absence_ Wines Liquors and Cigars. A.M.

Banyan.H James W. King to Miss Arabel- ATTORNEY and "
are on a visit to her uncle and aunt, Mr. 53T" As an advertising medium, no :
la Livingstone, on Wednesday evening, ADbolll r.Jluaeh Extra Pale on Draught COUNSELLOltT.LA '
: and Mrs. B. J, Stewart. paper on theADVOCATE. EaU Coast can beat the
hHi i{u want to bu sell property Nov. 1st Hearty congratulations are :. Give us a trial adrt., Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally Criminal Law a Specialty. I
laditllIan River "you do, write thil extended to the happy couple.residence They on Little Brown Jug Water Filters f US and be convinced of the pink paper1. The best of Service and a pleanhnt quiet .

.ute.Wirer l eReal Estate Agency, Titus-. are occupying bill. the Converse and f:2.50 Claude Walton, agent. worth resort JOUN F. MU 'CII, SIgr. JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIDA.
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.Ii '", SUCCESSFUL VARIETIES OF WHEAT.A Florida Central t & Peninsular! Railro .


.,. 'EVERY:: who raises fruits, JlMBiW .' I.t!{(*.Grower lm"Kmtfrrrtmlm .. !.t.. For


vegetables, berries or T%\* ffiJter! Vrta.tfc of ,M halted
..
Tim, Table U Effect Jan. 11, 1899.
States
grain knows by experiencethe can well be put Into three distinct
class*!*. The white loft wheat

Importance ,of having a : are DJ Mt >ncpMfnltyYrovrn Oregon ire

and Washbijrtor) }, *nxf I Atb. I tfSjoa !fOAmFi'PO .
.
Urge percentage of xpja,.growihg region* .of the middle 'af 2 $ g f4ftp ,. I ; :t

latitude The semihard wheat are to "i 4Y
BSOa20a t Lv Tltnsvlll FBO A* j -
' be found between Oklahoma and Nebraska p II N ... .lIP L1r. at". Anlt11lKlo.. Ar ...... 10 BOa

In the and ...... 430pSMp ...... > .. . ,..."actl nvIUe..Ar ...... 900a.....
: Potash wept Canada and 00a1030ft ... 14IIP/ LT......t'ule...' ... ..... Site ..... 740n 91h
North ,Carolina ln t e east The.Very l :::::: 1i1lOf. r:::: /36k ...... Ar..Sernandl.s.,.Ar....,.. 7305 ....' 615p Vp ,lift
hard 'flinty grained winter wheats! ...... TOO' ...... ..... IIlp\ Ar..Everett..aAP ....,. 6BOa ...... b ";.
...... ..;... ...... U35aISIRp ..... Ar.... 8cnn: wtt*p.Lv."L ...... San ...... roil .1,10..
known as durums. are being successfully ..... .... ...d. .... 1116p Ar..Bavaimah. ...... 11&16 ...... 00p07p ....... ;;..
40 i his If the fertilizer grown In Texas. :..... ...... loop U36p820p .... 11B943M Ly.r..S&tagnab..l.Ar .,.... BWaBOOa 11411a 2 Mp .. .". ..
:;. .fertilisers. ,. ...... ...... 8d303V ... 1 M Ar.r WaS. C..I.V ...... -13IJa i244, .. ..?
:3here .I Iq an: ImnedIate.and I pressing, ...... ...... 304p438p ...." 242& II ..DentaaravBO ;;.... 8-0811 310a1215a ... "..
is too low in potash the demand In Oklahoma'and northwest .. ...... ...... ...... 9961 ...... liMa ..Angusta, Ga.. ..... ...." /6Jfa1035a ......., "..
I ...... ...... ...... ...... Columbia 8.C 1247a ..
harvest is sure to be small'and ern Texas as'well as In southern Illinois ...... ...... ...... .. ,.. ..... 11 211a. ::80". :::::: BOOp ::::.. ...... ............ ::::
I Indiana and southwestern Ken- ....... ...... ...... ... ;..... I40p UEbui N. C." ...... 805p1020p .. ... ..... ...
6t ...... ...... ...... a.p: ...... 800 N.C.: ...... ..:... '81'sa' .... ....
of inferior quality. -tacky, for a .eml1 rd red 'wheat thatis ir .. .. N.O. ...... .. ....
.
I ...... ".... ...... 10 lOp 1047k Salisbury 82flp ...... 64.1a .......
ot.a.)hardy, drought resistant character ...... ...... ......1127p.,1210p .,.... 720pizoon ...... Sana41S .... ....
Our books tell about the fenntsers ...... ...... ......123t....... 130p ". DanUle'va.U: ...... .&0...... / ,..... ....
proper tpgtwlll resist. ,, the orange leaf rust ...... .. ... .. scat ...... d 28p32Bp Richmond,V.. u ..... ...... 11 Mn ... ....
,' for all crops, and w/rwllf gladly send hens (TIredo rub'fgo vera). Wheat of this ...... ...... ...... 245a460a ...... Lyncbburg, Va, .. ; 3Mp ...... 2fiAp i ........ ...
/rtt to any farmer, class U perfectly to the roller I ...... ...... ...... ...... BS8p!! Cnarlottesville. "If..:::: step ..... 12 Zfc20p ,..... ....
adapted ...... .... ... ...... 7B6a ...... 906p1125p Washington .. ..?.It 15a ...... 9" ........ ....
OERHAN' mill process: : of, flourma pg, which: ..... ...... ...... 812a1138a. ...... ,< Baltimore 9 ... TMp522p ...... ...
KALI WORKS, has now been ...... ...... ...... ...... 3BGa823a Philadelphia :.;::. ...::: ...... ....
generally
93 Nassau St., N.w York. so adopted. by ... ....... .... ..., 203P.. New York ........] 25./ ........ 2 ....... ....
--_. ... .- -- millers: .- ...... ..... ..... 8 OOp .. .: Boor ".....Boston......" ...... 1 ...... BOOa ...... .......
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The Turkey Red, a semlhard wheat Tri-Weekly :Sailings 820a ;=. :.-.... .J... T45pBBp Lv .Jacksonville Ar ?.... ..... ..?.. ,
A CHICAGO ART STORY. now so exceedingly grown in Kansas, 1030a..... ;..... ...... lJ Ar.... Everett.... LT ...... ...... ...... e 910 t
l Is an exceedingly valuable j variety. 440p ...... ....... ...... S05a .... Atlanta.... ...... ...... .... .j iallCflp 51
The BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 720p ...... ...... ...... 02Sa730p '. ..Chattanooga.; to ............... .;.. O
The number of artists In Chicagowas Budapest no'w'grown in Michigan can .. .1................ ...... ...Cincinnati... ... .. ...... ...... J...... .
be very properly put In the same class. "
Increased recently by the arrivalof .
The varieties l of the durums, or (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. 84 make connection for Brunswick, arriving; Brunswick 11:38: a. m.
one from a distant city who during mqc- leaves Jacksonville 920 ,
i For New Orleans trail a. m. with through: sleenen
his leisure moments strolled about the aronl, wheats are less known. One va- The Finest in the Coastwise! ServiceThe riving new Orleans::40 a. m. O.Jy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New '
.. riety now grown In Texas is the Nicaragua Steamships leans 7 OS p. m.
down town streets seeing the sights. .
r hard. This Is classed as one of SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos.

Passing a store where a number of the very few rust proof wheats that .35 and 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clnclm,"
1F Clyde 'New England and Southern Lines.] Sleeper via Asheville.
paintings were displayed In the windows have been successfully grown in the Nos.33 and 34 carry through: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection tit
he stepped Inside to look about. south, where the rust almost Invariably Direct Service: Between 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman: Sleepers:! between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
and Havana Limited from
36 carries Cincinnati,Florida Jacksonville to Atlanta
Standing before a landscnpe, about 10 ruins the crop. It Is a heavily Jacksonville Boston Providence all Eastern Points Chattanooga: and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
l and All will be checked from Union Tickets will still be sold
& l>y 14 Inches In size, he assumed the bearded wheat and can be sown In central office 202 baggage Hogan: Street as well as at the Union Depot.depot: ticket office. at the city tlrt

i- manner of an admirer of art and Texas not only In October, but In (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) A. 8HIPMAN, A.G. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT,DIs.Pass.Agt., 202 W Bay

awaited the approach of the proprietor. the following February thus givingthe SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS : A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.L. .

The latter advanced smiling'and grower a double'\>julvantage In securing Southbound.................... .. ...................... ..... ..... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston
lie, a crop. So far as known the Northbound....,.......4,.............. .............,... from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonvllla
rubbing his hands. greeted the r ,.
k' old fashioned red bearded Mediter-

visitor cordially and said: ranean l Is still one among the most reliable Clyde's ''St. Johns River Line. .
"You arc nu admirer of paintings, I '
varieties for general cultivationIn
"
p see the southern states but intermixture BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 4 _
"Yes to was the reply.
some extent
with other varieties now rendersIt Jacksonville, Palatka Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. SouthernRailway
"That is a pretty bit of scenery, the
almost impossible to obtain a supply STEAMER .
dealer returned "that you are looking
for seeding purposes. It was by far "FKED'K DoDABY." ;
.at there, that little clump of green I
the most valuable of the great numberof CAPT. W. A. SHAW '
trees and the red house. It has a
varieties yet Imported and a variety Leave Jacksonville 3:30p.m., Sunday,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
about It. Don't
atmosphere
charming
\ : least subject to the attacks of the Leave Sanford 8:00 a. m Enterprise ,9,JO a. m., Monday s, Wednesdays and Friday
;you think? With the frame Just as it '

Ra Is, we are asking only $15 for 'JL That wheat Among weevil.the varieties that may very Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Excellent Service Out of Florida. ,

> ovor there Is a companion piece, same
tf. properly be classed with the medium W. ,H. WARBURTON T. P. A., .1'.1\I.IROoql\lONGERJR., Fla. Pass. Agt.,
size same frnuie. Now If you would hard red wheats which be B Howling OreunNewYork. 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville.! I NORTH EAST WEST.
like to buy the pair" he continued becoming can profit C. P. LOVELL Asst. Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. ,
4 I ably grown In nil the dent corn growing Jack onvllle. Fla. | Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
I very earnest, "we could let you regions, tbe Fultz which was% originated TIIKO. G. EGKK T. M., B Bowling Green, New York. -
Lave them for-let me see. Take them WBI. P L.YDE A CO., General Agents,
] In takes the lead.
", long: for $'!5." Pennsylvania K Bowline Gr n.New York. III rto. Delaware Ave.. Philadelphia. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CABS, THOBOTJCrHTAMI
1 Until the time the seed of this variety
"Well, it's evidently a fair price but
k .'
had become too much deteriorated by COACHES, VESTEBUXED TRAINS.
the fact Is'l d 'n't want to buy; 1 am
Intermixture with other varieties it was
.a painter myself. Florida East Coast Ry.
regarded by the wheat growers of the
"Oh you are an artist! smilingly re- United States much In the same lightas NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

F marked the dealer. "Well perhaps was the Wilson's Albany by the TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Through Vestlbuled Drawing-Room Sleeping Can between Tampa ad New Tsrk
you would like to do some painting for'U6 I via Jacksonville Savannah and Colombia,without'change. .
strawberry grower, the Concord by the
?" grape grower and the Baldwin or New SOUTH BOUND (Read Down NORTH BOUND (Read Up). "UNITED "
STATES
I don't know s'o. But FAST MAIL.
"Oh
a ; perhaps
ton Pippin by the apple orchardlst. tOONUEx

what"do you pay for a canvas like Another variety of wheat the Mealy, D5W STATIONS. Da J: F Dally m via Pullman,.avannah Dnwing and-Room Columbia.Bu1fet Sleeping Carl between JacbonvWe' and New Uri.

that? Indicating the small picture un- Leav..........,........,..... JackllODvllle ........................A rrlv. '1 BOp 106t .
der discussion. discovered I 1m 10 BOa Arrive...................... St Augustine .......................Leave 620p 94'615p ..
10 IJ a Leav........................ St.A.Ul'u.tin. ......................Arrlve 9401' Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville,
"Well replied the dealer, becoming of the seed division 'of the United 11108 .................. ........H"8ln s .... ............ .........Leave 1500p 904.617p1IT6sa .
confidential and stepping up close to States department of agriculture, Is an : rrive. .. ... .... .. .. .. .... l"al"ka .. ... . . .. .. ...Leave '"'i5 P 201.1I00a Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

his caller, "that I la a 'cheap painting other wheat of a similar character, but Leave .. .. ...... .. .. .. l'alak.. ,... .... .. ..,. ...... ..Arrive P spa Pullman Drawin. -Boom Sleeping Cars to Ifaeoa, Atlanta Chattanooga aid

i and if you can paint them fast you can which like the,Fultz I Is rapidly losing ..!!E Arrive...... .. .. ... ...... .... San Mateo. .. ....... ...... .Leave ._.. CinainnaU.
t make good money." ; .-Yi Leave .. .. ........ ...... .. .. Sam Mal80.... .. ... .. .. .... .Arrive 78bfliZ:
1 "Well, what do the many of its desirable qualities by berIng lIT1 fi1ii Leav......................... East PalalU .......................!ave T748p126dp Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to .
t you pay'asked mixed with other more, common : .. .........................Ormond......................... 7135755p
j artist Impatiently varieties. When the originator of it lOOp. ............. .....;......Daytona........ ................ em 8801 '701.Dbp Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
"For that size $ ............... ........PortOranR..... ........... .. ,... 820p 661.I26p _
we are paying 8 took it to the country mill the miller : IA8P ........................ NeW' Smyrna ........................ 800p 630. .
cents." refused to grind It account bf thextl'eme' 161p 222P .................... ...L. O.kHlll........ .................. II 22'p 1I0lia1IOp "LAND OF THE SKY."
v on 8011p ......................... TttufI>riUe .......................... 145p IIUa
hardness of the grain. This ...... 880p ......................... City Point ......................... 115p ......
Story of a 1'oiiolnr Drink has been well tested nt the ...... IIlIIIp ............................ Cocoa ........................... 1071 ...... Daily Limited Train. For Cincinnati via Everett..
Laurence W. Miller recently return. variety ...... 4 ......................... Rocklod< Ohio experiment station and is highly ...... l2p ......................... Eau Hallie ......................... 12&4 ......
ed from Cuba, tells this story of how apopular recommended. ...... 421p ......................... )lelboorne ......................... 12Up: ..... For 4eWJ1ed information U to ratel, aohedules, sleepinr oar raaervaI.ne, eta, am"
drink rcceiveu a'slUgUlur' .L. nameIn ...... 467p .......................... IWlloland ....................?. 1I41iA ...... any agent of the SOV1'BEJUr R.iIL1I'.AT 01' its oonIIecti.aa
Where the winter wheat was killed ...... 60lp ......................... Sebastian ........................ 1148a .. ...
a singular manner; "Mayor Hacardl the extreme cold weather last February ...... 662p: .......................... St. Lucie .......................... .. 10 Ma ......
of Santiago makes a very tine brand of by ...... IIlIlp ..................... Fort Pierce ......................... fo 11..w
In the, winter wheat growing 1141p ............ .......... .....EdOD... ........................ 10065 B. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 213 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla
r rum to which he has given his name countries In northern Ohio. Indiana l'io. .... .................... ....... JenllfJo........ .................. 1000. l'io.IOIJ J* ]M. OULP W Al
said Mr. Miller. "Not long ago a party : 4bep\ .............. ............Stuart.... ....................... gGk fM8 TURK; s- H- HAEDWIOI
and southern Michigan the Turkey a I 726p ........................ Robe Sound ........................ ". 9111& Da111''I Tr.ffiohingtoIIManger l5. (hn. Pa & Aast.aen.FaM ,
of Spaniards and Americans was gathered 'I'' Red wheat should be substituted for BlIp ," '........................ West Jupiter ........................ 9075a18p a Waahin ton,b.Q eta. 0a
together at the Cosmopolitan club .....,........ .....Wellt Palm Beach "................... If 8855 April 10, 1899.1IALLORY.
..
which Is the for the old the less l Hardy varieties.: llIIIp .. .................. ........Boynton........ .................. a
new name More and better work In the line of 84p .. ............ ........... D.Iray .......... ............ 767 ,
Anglo-American club. When the time 9 gyp ..................... Fort Lauderdale ....................... If 7 DIs7)p
1 Introducing improved: pedigreed seed of .. ......... .... ..?..Lemon City ........... ............ II
) ? came for a drink all around one of the the leading farm crops is a need of the '0 A.rrlve............... .......... .. }flaml .. .... .................:... 6155

y Spaniards ordered Uacardi rum and tour, since It will surely lead to a BETWEEN NEW S31VUNA AND 1 AloitiE L l' OT STEAMSHIP LINE.
Belters. The next man said 'So:; uilsmo,' ,
greatly Increased yield and thereby 0wSTATIONS.. No. :I8ii6 ap

which, being translated! means 'the promote the general prosperity of the 10 lOa 1'.......... .............. Now lrnyrn.t.!: ........ I' P
same; The Americans not knowingthe 1601,1121. ............................ Lake Helen.................. .........Lv. 1210p 440p Florida, New York,
farming community. That enterprising !p 11I11Ia ....................... .Oranl'e Cit', .......................... :. iii 424p -
Spanish names of their pet drinks wheat growers want better seed 4 11455 Ar......... .. .. ...Oran e CIO JODctlon....................... ., f Philadelphia and Boston.
all chimed In, 'Mlsuio.' Evidently the wheat Is shown by the fact that they All train. balw..,n New Smyrna and Orange City Junction ec.p/Sunday.IIKTWKKN From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
concoction pleased them for the next
frequently pay from ?3'to $5-a bushel l I : riTUSVIMiK AND MANKOKO. PASSENGER SERVICE.
day one of the Americans dropped in
for some presumably variety which NO.IIT I STATIONS.vOaLT. a To make'connections with steamers leave Jacksonvi!

with some companions and ordered l In too cases to be no better .........,......,.......,........'l'hu.rl11...............................Ar :l4p on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernandina and "Gov. Sanoro
four 'mlsuios.; It happened that the mauy proves ? 19a| .............*............................Mims........................................Lr 112. (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brnn.wlckG:30p.m. Pinnerroute.
than the ones heretofore grown. It '2651 ,.................................Oxteen.................................... N lift;* Or via all rail leaving: Jacksonville 8:20: a. in. (U-
same waiter was on duty, and he had has been well stated that "It Is the recognized slut M .........................Enterprise................................. list & P.). via Everett and Southern R'y. Passengers taking iu
Intelligence enough to know what the tOtta ............................. Enterprise Junction.80a' .............................. N 11:4* per aboard steamer that night.
I province of the experiment station :, 'Ar. .... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ..Han ford..... ... ....... ..s........... ......... 1100
Americans meant. Accordingly the
In each state to determine what All train betwwn Titimville and Saufurd Daily eiocpt: Sunday. PROPOSED SAILINGS
Bacardi and setters ;
rum was brought

and the waiter told the Joke to all his i itf' are varieties best adapted of the different to particular grain localities crops KEY WEST AND HAVANA., LY.New York Pier 21 E.R., 3:00p. m,., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brnniwlc!

;. friends. It spread with remarkable for If not Informed Friday Oct 27:................,.......... RIO GRANDE. .....,.......... .......Friday I S f.
In the
rapidity until now In state; they are 'Tim e vteauivr of the Florida Eat Coait SteauiHhip are: 4 to sail a* follow! Friday, \ov. 3....................... ... : "
every barkeeper on the subject others are, not Friday, ". 10.... ..... .............. COLORADO..F............. ...... II Y, II
k- Santiago knows what you arc after if 'to be" concludes the author of STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. Friday IT................ .. ......,....COU>RADO. ...... .....................FrlayW
likely
& you ask for a ''mlsmo. In fact, you I these valuable notes In Farm and Fire Friday 23...... ..... .,.,., ..-...RIO GRANDE .. ......,....... ........ FridayDec.

rarely ever hear Itaciml! rum and sel- and For general Information,steamers trains,rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to
Thnraday
side. Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key West;, Msndavi
tern spoken of In any other way now." .. Leave Key West.Mondays aud Tiiursdajs Arrive Havana Tuei days and BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville

New York Tribune lIan'eo.tlDII: aDd Storing: Hone HadUh. Fridays. H.H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.

t NORTHBOUND. C.H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River and 886 Broadway,N. Y.

It fa a weirkuown fact, even among Since horse radish makes Its best Leave Hivunt Tuesdays and FrlUnys: Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Friday

thoso who make no pretense of having growth during the cool autumn months Leave Key Wwt Tuesdays' ami Frid 'JII: Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturday -I
lt>i>arturta drum Miami will bo wane wan as possible niter arrival of train 83
their heads stored with geological and since It steadily Improves lu quality on mill, tll" ... If You Have Not

;" poletutologk-ul( lore, that the beasts after September, and since the roots TUo-w i'iiua 'X.. .tlilllhuw I lie limoi at whioh Iruluaud boat. may l>8 expected to arrl v.ami
and reptiles which existed lu the early If still In the ground are not injured depart from the nvveral alatl<>>.' und port, uut thuir arrival or departure at the Uiuuaitiuxl
is not guaranteed nor dues the Uompauy bold Itself r"lIltun.ilbl" for any delay or say
t ; ages of the workl were giants when by frost the digging Is usually deferred cou.'xiuouoes ariHiug therefrom. .
cvuipnml with the very largest rep until late fall, or at least until the For copy of local time card call at 2M West Bay btrwot. Jaoiuuuvillu, or adJ.rew

resvutatlvcs of the same typos which more tender crops are all attended to. J. P. BEOKWITU.: Trafflo Manager. AtllPUfltln8. J, D. RAHNEB, A. Q. JP. X8t Found What You Want

still survive. This fact bus recently For home use It l Is often left lu the ------- -' "

been strikingly Illustrated by a find ground all winter and pried up with a

I made at 1'oltlers where excavations pickax when needed. The! digging maybe For allome, suppose :you'take a'trip down and look at d'

.nre being made under the auspices of done with a spade. or upon a larger pLANT gYSTEM. Fruit and Garden Lands along theSettlers

he- OI'll'utalcadl'luy of Science. At scale with a plow.

that place a crocodile tooth was found The storing of the roots may be either East Coast .

which weighs almost seven pounds. in root cellars or lu pits. As a

,M. Gerard the professor In charge of general thing the pits are to be preferred If you are going anywhere, whether It bo to the

I. the working corps nays that there Uiio since the roots so stored retain i

doubt that the tooth formerly be their good appearance, their crlspLesa: North South East West, are flocking In but still there l is room. If )'ou 'il

longed to a gigantic crocodile and and their pungent flavor better than
,. that Northwest or Southwest. looking this way, drop a line to
thero U no possibility whatever tint i when stored In cellars. Wheu the roots

he has confounded< the tooth with that are trimmed for storage, the lateral Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM: of Railways and Steamship Lines with JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-president,

.: of the megalosaurus, as scientists branches are saved, trimmed and Tifton
some Mongoraery
Sanford Jacksonville Charleston ,
,
.. gateways at Port Tampa FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
.
: "Jut* hinted. burled or stored In and In root cellars,
DAILY SERVICE
t and various other points, with Its all the year round DOUBLE: ,
I' M. Gerard eaysi: "It Is a typical crocodile to be used the following season for the ST. AUGUSTINE. I'LLThe
and that all Information can be obtained promptly by addressing .
t Is the best route, .
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F tooth'And Is probably the largest production of a new crop Rays an authority -

1' specimen of the kind ever seen by mau.I on growing this,root or colling, on DlCAIB"does neat clean Job PrInting.

I r In my estimation It.Is. from tbe head F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent. ,

:.' of a reptile not. lets. tban OQ feet laleusth.St The silo seems to grow steadily In 133 Went Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., Time

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gOT LS-- 11-thc-yc rroundr A SIMPLE' FORCING HOUSE. Catarrh Cnn lie Cured lloba It Pny To Jlily Cheep FREE

By eradicating front the blood the A cheap remedy for coughs and colds "r
!. Wfcleh a Thrifty Faster X rOroW scrofulous UlnU which cause It Hood's Is all right, baryon want something that CONSULTATION
TITU8VJLLE. tVlnter Virrtbl. .. Sana: part IU cures'catarrh ,promptly" and will relieve and cure the more severe and
The growing of vegetables under permanently: because It strikes at the dangerous results -of throat and lung with onr home treatment. We are

glass In winter has become a, great root of the trouble trouble What shall\ you do? Go to a physicians, and you.Ret; the benefit ,
SZ 1'I7IA1 'RIVER IOTE=.t Industry In the vicinity of all oar The rich' pdre blood which tt moires, Warmer and more regular climate Yes, of our experience. No matter what ..;
northern cities, and the output of these circulating through the delicate passages If possible; It not possible for 'you, then
TITUSV1LLE houses of the mucous membrane, sooths and In either case take the only remedy that your trouble Is, how simple or how
finds a ready sale at remunera-
rebuilds the tissues giving,them a ten has been Introduced in all civilized countries hopeless, we can do you good, andif
-.- } INDIAN RIVER, uo.. .. ...... dency to health instead of disease, and with success In severe throat and wo can't we will honestly tell you
untlroately curing the affection. lung troubles, uJJoscheo's Gorman Syrup
FLORIDA.J. At the *o. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
same time Hood's Samaparllla It not only heals and stimulates
rr r !7. strengthens Invigorates and energizes tbo tissues destroy the germ disease, and hopeless people have been entirely
k ;r,. ;L the whole system and makes the debilitated but allays Inflammation, causes easy expectoration and permanently cured.by .4
; r'+ G. BAST, Pro p rletor. to B A victim of catarrh feel that new life gives a good nl ht's rest,
r a it\ has: been imparted. and cures thq< Do not dally with snuffs Inhalents Recommended
or many years by all druggists
.t Ft w The hotel fronts on the D/ \F other local apl'lIeltlonbut\ take Hood's In the world Sample bottles at J. OXYGEN
wide Sarsaparilla and cure catarrh absolutely P. Cooper's drug stern Cocoa, and FredS.
/ In width sweep), formed of bay((7 by miles the A, A and sutely removing the causes which Chalice's drug store, Tltusvllle, Fla.: Why not take heart again and Investigate

I ; Indian River, making it a 4 produce It.Mount this great principle. Wo have
f delightful summer re Remember that the INDIAN RivnnADVOCATK thousand of testimonials. Send for

u 1T uuui ..w n u nu i sort. Constant cool no.a. Kcnla, In British East Africa, docs all kinds of job printing book on home treatment, wonderful t i
'' breezes from the sea and has at last been climbed Mr. Mackln- at short notice Send them an order cures to the nick, etc., free. I
il bay. Flowing sulphur and be convinced that It Is the place to
+' u rs ,r springs. Special summer der, of Oxford University, Is the first have job printing done ,

rates. Fro. GGaot1ND man to reach tho top, which Is 18,000 DRS. STARKEY & PALEN j

feet above sea level. There Is more Catarrh In this section ,
PLAN AND KSO VIKW.: -- of the than all tho other discuses
country 1112 Glrnnl St., IMilln., Pn.Ot j
tire prices. As a rule, this departmentof That Throbbing llcndncbo put together, and until the last few years
'JACICSONYII..LE.Merritt's agriculture has been lett to the professional wan supposed to be incurable For a IT fob 000Virginia
trucker, the tarmer,contentIng Would quickly leave you, If you used great many years doctors pronounced It
himself with working his ground Dr. KlnJ t's< New Life I'll s. Thousands) local disease and prescribed local remedies
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during the spring and summer and allowing of sutTerers have proved their matchless and by constantly falling to cuio s
Hotel Rathbun OLD.... It to lie Idle during the long merit for blck and Nervous Headaches. with local treatment, ptonutinccd Incurable Homes
CAIU.KTOK. They make pure blood and strong nerves Scieuco has proven It to bo a ii
winter months, when fresh vegetables
and build up your health Easy to take; constitutional disease, and, thorcfoie 10-
bring the beat prices. One reason for Try them' only 2.1: cents iloncy back If quires constitutional treatment. Hall's -

this neglected opportunity Is undoubtedly not cured. Sold by F. S. ChalTeo, drug Catarrh Cure', manufactuiod by.. J. You learn all about Virginia Lands, :
FRONTING ST. JOIINS RIVER. the eipenslvoness of the strictlyup gist. ,Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
I Its
rcHnuiccM, product, mode of cultivation
house.
to date forcing constitutional cine on the market It Is \
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass Hut for a large class of seralhardy One of the new things at the Paris ex taken Internally In clones G mm ten dropsto prices\ etc., by leading the ,
the door. Family IJotel, home comforts, elevator and steam vegetables which find a ready market position will bean Aineiicnn exhibit of a a tenHpoonful. It nets directly on the Virginia harmer Send lOcts. ,;
heat. WIIl.op'en November 1st, 1899. American( plan.......,...
PLACIDE Mainst. Artsrsov.tteal. at fair prices, a simple and comparatively ,working!, model of n police station, with blood and mucous sin'faces of the system for 8' months suliHrilptlon' to tho :
lERltlTT'S''IIQTEL They offer one bundled dolluts for
European Plan only.Travelers' Inexpensive house will answer all details complete Tho signal system It fall to curo' Send for cL'cula'e nuycaxo Fanner Co., Empoila, Va.
every purpose and will grow succeeNfully especially will Interest the .
public and testimonials. Addict, .
lettuce, radishes, spinach, I
parsley F. J. GHENFA": : & CO., Toledo, O. "
I, Hotel.NetfMBS. t. I mint, violets and pansies, for all It will not bo a surprise to any who j S<>til by all drugglx, 75 cents, Cpl p,, Choice '
The of which there 1 I' large and growing are at all familiar with the good qualltltJlI Hall's Family Pills aid tho best.Marriage a; ,. Winos,Liquors
Cana emeatt i I
g winter demand .. all our cities and of Chamberlain's Cough ltomedy to va 'ru
larger towns. know that people cverywheio take pleasure T r and Cigars. -',
[ N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. The house planned and built by the In relating their experience In tho: P l1pcr. Publ.hlu BEl1 s '' + Guaranteed Pure*.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA writer (W. II. Burbank In Farm antF1rnsldc use of that splendid medicine and In '. t Tlinunaml* of aoJ.rIII4't'II In nelpirfrom. t
telling of the benefit 1 I db Sold at reduced
) Is about the simplest that can they have rt'CI.'IVerl'\ Wealthy mtrom Inlroxltio \
from it fi thin Formal unit 1'8"'UIII\1. 1UO sort I'I Prloe"jSr
of bad colds
It has cured of I '
rf&v
than Ad iron liidiui !
lov.xNxtS
be devised, being nothing more to Miitiplo copy
Electrio Lights, Electric Bells\ Baths, Complete Service. threatened attacks of pneumonia It hM '' QOCIALAhtEAICAYTaledothlo. r y I [ Imported<<
cold frame modified to be
a so as easy '
averted
and
of the children it has saved -- ty Tokny Wlne,<
THE BEST $?: .OP DAY HOTEL FLORIDA. !In all weather and I
i of access provided
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from attacks of croup and whooping a O reu O.Ig IISI' 't. IfAMPLE'coplcAot '' from Italy.
W 1 Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. with n email entrance house. cough. It: is a good medicine. For sale 1lnrnw'nre fret upon pllrltiforrotNowxpnpcrtenA r.lt', of ion for MHUIIIIO i
The house proper Is 00 feet long and by all druggists and medicine dealers I Toledo Adv Bureau, 14 St. Clair ! John B. Togni J
about 12 feet wide, with side walls'8 ,
HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Inches high. The entrance house Is - ---- Metiopolittui Saloon, 12-1: ,

Opposite St. James Hotel. 12 feet by 8 feet, with aide walls 3 NIC AREND'S JACKSONVILLE, .
feet hip, above the ground level. It
Convenient to all parts of the city commodious Wholt-milo and Retell.....
comfortable and
rooms, Is evident[ that these dimensions would
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant give no head room. So the entire floor DEPOT FOK ----------
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack of the entrance house Is excavated' to The Largest and

son vllle. MRS.: M. 0. FINLEY, Propr. a depth of three feet, and a ,walk two Bartholomay's Rochester Beer pleto Establlshmont
feet wide and throe feet deep Is dug
the whole length of the glass house. GEO. S. HACKER{

ST. AUGUSTINE. This leaves surface beds five feet wide Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ,
on each side of the walk. The top soil
may be,thrown on these beds and the MERCHANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M. 25 CENTS.nto I

PLAZA P HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. subsoil used for banking up the sides ,JI 1M: W, Bay St. Jacksonville! Florida ,
of the house. The digging should be 4 ? t

This hotel is now open: for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near done before the carpentry work Is ESTABLISHED 1880. ''I !

Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. begun., ,
Rooms, SOcts to $1.00 per day; .$1.50 to $G.OO per week.V. The ridgepole of the forcing house I', th
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. I It made of'2 by 3 Inch stuff, placed six Bond: Lumber Co. :,
feet above the middle of the sunken ,

path and held In place by rafters of Manufacturers of and Dealers In ,
JENSEN. the same stuff The rafters on the 1
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north side, as the house runs east and LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING w+ iR W ..
:
west.-are spaced three feet apart from +

il l Fresco Hotel JENSEN* FLORIDA.' where center the to center sashes are On placed the south, they side maybe Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing Wo; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangoand MANUFACTURED I r
Vegetable Crates. solicit cortospondetico. ,
REV ARD COUNTY
the width of the frames apart.
Even In so simple a house as this Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills\ at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Doors, Sash,

J. L. JENSEN Proprietor any of the vegetables or violets and DeLand and Tltusvllle.Tltusvlllo .
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pansies can be successfully grown in _._ Moulding & Building 1
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New IIouse best accommodations the East Coast table first-class and
; on ; winter with little or no artificial heat. Hoarding HOIINCN. ,
every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements If no heat Is used, shutters must be & i
In the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the'Inlet; Fish and Office A; Warerooms, King
made to protect the sashes during cold
Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. nights: Two or three small oil heaters MRS DEISNER'S' BOARDING HOUSE TITDBVH.LK, 'L\, Cannon Street, \

? Don't Fail to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian JUver.FOR. will obviate the need of using shut Charleston
ters. Board and room, $1.00 per day When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, ,
In the late spring; the fo-' lng house cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding IIOUBOH, {

SALE.Hotel is stripped and the beds cultivated hotels and families supplied Sash Weights,

this open air cultivation making it

witli Seven Cottages and 10I possible to use the soil In the beds BOUKNIGHT'S' BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLK' FLA., Hardbrarcr :}
for two seasons. ,

Acres of I and., The Illustrations will make the d >- Rood, airy )and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar/ per day, Window and t
scriptjon \plain The Brat figure/ shows Special rates by week or month.
the ground plan of the entrance house O. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor. A
and a section of the forcing house.

A A are the bcnls,, It the sunken path .

r .r ow as. and C the entrance house door, excavated cured out pain at inmnini"y
I to a level 1 with B. !There Is a OPIUM tloulHr* :

tfnor\ at K and another at I"'. The second 1'r ; kC foe DIIII.M, 1Q4 !

i 4 5 j '.. 'd w.,+ K. t ,: x., ,i'' figure In an, end view, 1> K V Is
the root of forcing house and O II I 1 pr
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the entrance'of forcing house 2 feet
>7V 4 Inches above it. The side elevaFio.S. -

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prollt and
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1 SDI tut,4 huy nuns but
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the Wru'adAuuurl,
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tlon Is shown In the third figure. Ala ,.... '
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forcing house, G 0 ground level andD
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r, Located at SARNO, three quarters of a mile south of EAU GALLIE, D level of sunken path and entrance The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
FLORIDA mile from the Louse aoor. DROPSY !t modler
on the Bau Gallia Elver, less than halt a who has been in the for three &
In such a house as this work should seventy years of age, infirmary years, many
I Indian River, and two and a half miles from the Ocean. The property bo begun the middle of September, bo- sufferer from indigestion and has been taking RIpans Tab 1..1..M|"'ro-Iblrtl.i cnllml>t,,ll. ut ,
is Florida East Coast a .
two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on'the fore the wibhes are put on. by sowing great ..1.1'.thl/ollI., red TIN OATS
I and half and finds them beneficial that he Is OB. B. II. OKEIH'I SUIS, Uoi K,
Buildings about
Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property. radish or lettuce ecru! or putting violetor ,ules a year a .. __
erected in 1896, and some of them have never been occupied, the original pansy roots In the IJt'dll. Thre or never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used Ina ::::::: = "C.

owner having died a few months after their completion. tour crops of radUhen may !Le grown testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto 50
The hotel for about two months prior to the owner's and then the beds planted with cucumbers
was
opened in the institution
second old
them. A gentleman same ,
for extia ,
uu crop. try
death, and has not been used since All the buildings were erected in or jtomatoeu

the most substantial manner and are now in excellent condition. The Te.... eighty-four years of age, has }had liver trouble for many years and
lu
bate) ) and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur- The land Alfalfa should be broken by the fat finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two 1

niture' has ever been used. There are two artesian wells, twenty cis- of September and harrowed smooth nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer 1

terns connected, with sewer etc. just before planting and the planting from Indigestion causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv :N
The the original owner $48,000 and will be sold at aactl9ce should be done early, say by last of "
cost
property 0
/ The the property, September, or sooner If seasons are ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they r f )
above
cut fairly represents
the seed In their The matron also states Anrnna wndlpv" a nkelrh end ( +
suitable for germinating say have pockets.
For particular apply to or address, always a package iwiwruui" our omnuiu. frc. \
*RA T. HA'l'Oil lion, I). L. GAULDEN WM. A. WAilKOCD, Farm and Ranch The object of har that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with Indigestion ,inVaiiUnn llnhmlfiollri bprahrbly,inttdoiillnl.pNtu'itoblo.. "... "" ''
smooth the land and also l/litiMl fur <<
for Owner rowing Is to tout '",0. luener
Caretaker on premises. Attorney for Owner, Agent ; and finds that the Uacit IbrouiJU Muuu ;
and of belching f ul ate
Eau Collie Florida. Titusvllle, Fla. Jamaica, >. Y.FineTob to destroy any seeds of weeds that causing pain paroxysms fl fla2 nutkx, wit bou "hH'"V, lu&I..

pay these are come always with numerous the fall on rains land and fertilised Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to have her S 1 letltln Rtu ;,

with barnyard manures. Use name used in a testimonial AJiawlwnielirUlMiilmM! Wirtlt, ,
S..ur..t.
1 Work Quickly xWediAT broadcast about 14 pounds t>f good, trSSrsD 1MM wet W N Qer.."Y RtTA1rl.tu. _W.........rd.. ta..Yr.rrlNtr, a.rr/r err r.1 M pr.1R. o.e.. I to. :" 1>ur niuntlti,IU aulJlyr :
more the seeds de chi nlwL .... ....,..... tT, ... ... r'. _lie t rl 'tiF.W'Y'
It are
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R wowed fective.seed or [..u.1;;..'ryl...... 't- ............+d"tr'rW aM..r c Y........-..-A trr-. --- Wow tW",,-OSeteroadr,ur6 Jf Ii&,lvwDwrwta J, ,!

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8 INDIAN filYER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1899.BENJ. .



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I A Frantz, acct contract 15. 6000 ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll &"ColdsmithGROCERIES
Frantz 14. .. 23 00 <

I PROCEEDINGS.The A PDlttmar, lumber. .... ... .... 074JEFultz. ,

---- road work ., ..... 400 FRUITS'and VEGETABLES of
W R lIardee, II ..., 400J << .La VV yorl.7..S All glad
Board of County Commissioners T Be Till, work on bridge .*. 1240J Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
t v met pursuant to adjournment. Present: P Brown, feeding prisoner, 21 00 Solicited
r ; f J..R. Walker, chairman; J. Mendel, J. J P Brown, criminal proceedings. 1305: WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Houston, Wm. II. Sharpe, and J. N. B R Wilson, 2 40
Waller; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. UNITED STATES COURTS..

Brown The ,following sheriff. business was transacted I The the first Board Tuesday adjourned in December.to meet againon -. E. :z:.,. :: :RaA:czck; :a O.


1" W./ JEROME. to-wit read: The and minutes confirmed.of last meetingwere JACKSONVILLE'SGALAWEEK.OffleUt Abstracts 'of Title Groceries Gralii. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Jn t

State Representative PENNSYLVANIA There appearing no objection to.the And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gron
road from townships 24 and 23 to Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing
report
IRON WORKS CO., for Program. November 14. IS,10,17. Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade excluively i
the above line of We invite correspondence and
gooda. your solicit
the declared
the Sale of GLOBE:: GAS ENGINES, Goodjears landing, same was your patron
Marine and Stationary. a public road. Managed by Executive Commute. Counties. Verytruly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TItusville I7,

. The County Treasurer made his month'ly TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. '
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE statement on the different funds of 10 a. m.-Parade of visiting Volunteer ---- -

GAS MACHINES Safest, .Cheat- the county for the month of October, Firemen and Jacksonville
Fire list ofowned
Department We have
cut and Best light for private dwell which was examined and approved.J ; exhibition by Jacksonville Fire a large Lesley <& :Motlow: (

.' ings and storCK.I Houston and J. N. Waller were appointed Department; $25' for volunteer company ,
a committee to destroy the war- most In uniform L A N' :OS
I For prices, catalogues and estimates, rants turned over by the treasurer according 10:30 having a. m.-Good men Roads Convention in parade.at (Successors to LOS LEY. RENAKER & CO.)

f address, to law the committee having
t' BENJ. W. JEROME ; Board of Trade rooms. 2 p. m.-Volunteer and clients. Price and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Gins
performed It duties was discharged. The Firemen's contest hose reel contest, by ourselves Foreign Rums and Whlsllf(

Kocklcdge, Fla.t tn treasurer hl. ronnrt also showing had a certificate that tin attached had MIA I first prize. $150. second prize, K7.1: crab for unimproved lands |3.00 to $100.00per Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. _
mntcli ldfu hiirepo''rtde race, first prize; $100 second prize, $50. ....
L by 8 p. m.-Trades display, prizes for band acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. *.* Billiard and Pool
The Anlienser-Biisch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumous posit in the Indian River State Bank. somest floats; first prize, $50, second Table
On motion the report of his honor, the prize, $25. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to'
St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer. County Judge, of licenses issued duringthe Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville nordors. !>
month of October, was examined andapproved. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. WE have a few Residence, Orange ,pi..
Bold by Mess.Louie? &: Motlow, Tltuivllle, Fla. 10 m.-Volunteer
a. Firemen's contest
By Mr.J. I).Crabb,Cocoa, Klft. ; and in de-
By Mr.W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. On petition of R. D. .Stewart, et al., hook and ladder content first prize, $75; Grove Pineapple Properties Protect Your
for a public road from Brooks north line second prize, $50; If only{ one company sirable locations. Prices Reasonable. INSURANCE. FIRE
...JOSEPH ZAPF. to the south end of section 17, township enters, prize $50; coupling contest, first property Against
20, range 37, the Board appointed' J. O. prize $15, second prize $10; consolationrace -

Wholesale Beer and Liquors Fries, 1'. A. McMillan and C. D. Provostto for teams not having won a prize, LXGElTLVJNG: : : ; : end: aYGLON s
; mark, view and lay out the same, and $9.5. 10:30 a. Convention of Mayors OFFICES f TITUSVILLE .
make their report first Tuesday in December. and Councilmen of Florida at City Coun- 1 and MIAMI. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lift
( West Bay Street, cil Chamber. 3 p. m.-Horse races at Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. On motion the road report for a public driving track under management of the Invest. Safe Deposit. & Surety Co;, Philadelphia, Pa. ,

t road from Jensen to Spruce Bluff was Jacksonville Driving Club; half-mile For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCUUYLER
accepted and approved, and notices or- clay track; 2:35: trot, prizes $200: ; i mile East Coast Meat MarketG. Titusville, Fla.

MAINHARD BROS. dered to be posted according to law. beats, running, prizes $75; % mile dash, .. ,
: On motion the road report from township Florida ponies, prizes $25.: 8 p. m.- -
DUREN
24 to the north lane of Morris placewas Fantastic parade, $50: prize for largestand F. Agent

t: accepted and approved and notices best costumed company in parade:
};; Cleaning and Dyeing ordered to be posted according to law. $25 for finest individual costume. Grand c: c:::> Supreme SATISFACT1
C. W. Crabb withdrew his applicationfor masquerade ball after parade. ..... _OOf. :

a license to 'sell wines, beers and TntrnsDAY, NOVEMBER 16. CI2c
,; Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing liquors in election district No. 4. ..:::..> P
10 Parade of and local .
a. m.- visiting
cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. On motion a permit was granted to W. military companies. 10:30-Convention paC=3 follows the.possession of one of our hand
JACKSONVILLE FLA. J. Tucker to sell wines, beers and liquorsin
of retail
merchants
of Florida at Boardof
some artistic and
efficient
election district No. 4. Oil Gas parlo)

t;', On motion'a permit was granted to R. 2:55: Trade; trot or rooms.pace (2p.m.local horses-Horse only laces, GO, stoves. Its substantial construction, It
Motlow to sell wines beers and S
liquorsIn
CANCER days In Jacksonville), prizes $100; 7.! will economy In the use of fuel its
j, CURED at HOME, i it election district No. 4. mile run, heats, prizes $50.; 2:22: trot or _. .caTitusville ..- efBcien
t The application of Gustav Muller to ==' c: dissemination of heat and
r; pace, prizes $200. 8 p. m.-Military easy managemen
XO KNIFI3, NO CAUSTIC. sell liquors was then taken up and a pro- sham battle with fire woiks. This will N tip
SlF TREATMENT PAINLESS. test filed by F. Woolen and certain citizens be brilliant and dazzling spectacle. makes it deservedly popular, as well as it
of Cocoa, also an Hllhl.ivit of Jno. J.1 Florida. 'f 4j11 low price.
, t.- Belleview Sanitarium, Canova that on' October 0, 1809! this applicant FRIDAY. NOVEMRRR ,17' --..---
BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. admitted to him that his application 10 a.'m.-Yacht races, first-;lass boats,

r': was f?r the benefit of one J. D. over 20' feet and under 30 feet, prizes George Peoples... JAB':. PRITCHARD & SON
Crabb, and that he had no interest in $135; second-class boats, 20 feet 'and under ,

f Grape Fruit I the matter, except to help) Mid Crabb out, prizes $55: ; third-class boats, skiffs, .Tinsniith.

as he was" 'a customer of said applicant yawls and whltehalls, prizes $10; entrance building OldOlbHon, next: : ? TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
who was a wholesale liquor dealer. There fees $10. $5 and $1 I, to be also door to Carruth-
and Orange Trees. was also filed In rebuttal, by applicant, distributed with prizes. 2 p. m.-Hoise ers' barber shop.WasblngtonAve.. FLA.
; ; an affidavit In which he denied Canova's races; 2:37 trot or pace, prizes $200! ; one TITUSVILLE,

statement, and an affidavit of Edgar Irvin mile run, prizes $7"; free for all, Hot or Tinsmithing, Roofing, Guttering LOST.
,i'i''I' as to a talk with Canova. The Board pace, prizes $300. 8 p. m.-Military ball and all kinds of repair work promptly .. .
Grafted and Budded also examined the application and ob- at armory. ,
served the erasure of J. D. Crabb's name Also numerous other amusements.. attended to. The profit and more, on SHOES.

t and the Insertion in there of the name of Under management of Gala ,Week Ex- .Work from down the River solicited. We offer several pairs, most men's
4 and 5 old Gustav Muller the several ecutive Committee.
on sour roots. over
year orango erasures.
$3.30, $4.00, and $.;).00, sizes 7, 7i
The Board also considered the fact that Gala Week railroad tickets will
Grafts t to 1 Inch diameter 4 0 feet go on
to
:I. well branched. varieties, Muller's application\ followed immediately sale next Monday, November 13, instead.. HAND MADE TANKS, and !9, now at. . . . ',' .
Thirty now a rejection of an application of J. of on Tuesday, as at first ordered, and
ready for d
The best trees In the State at .any by Mr' Michelson for the applicant, and militia in uniform will be allowed a rate HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS,

t price. Those wanting a really fine article Mr. Robbins for the protcstants, and considered of one cent a mllo., As good as the best and as cheap as the .Send us your orders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS
the matter It unanimously
'.;. should write for prices at once, and was cheapest. All warranted.
voted to reject the applicationof A Ticket Office To Be Improved. Machine made barrels for sale, but not Chas. A. Gardner
engage trees for fall and winter planting. said Gustav Muller, and it was so or- warranted. Titusville, Fla,

These dered. vOn The Times-Union and Citizen that TOM JOHNSON,
1I trees are undoubtedly the says
motion the bid of W. R. Knox to
the Florida East Coast ticket Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla.
best in'the state, address do the work advertised to be done at theCourt Railway JOHN R. WALKER
office, in Jacksonville is soon to be trans- ,
House, for the sum of $123!: 00 was

O. W. CONNER' accepted, and the work awarded to him. formed and into office.a beautiful Ticket and cosy Ford waiting is/ .John B. Mass:. Furniture
The Superintendent of Roads made room Agent n Ice Cream Parlor.
I have the moved
going to counter back
his monthly on the different roadsof
report
several feet All the old and Wholesale and Retail
Ocklawaha Nurseries. the county, which was examined and pictures Millinery _l Soda Water
photographs are to be removed from the ,
OKLAWAHA, . FLORIDA approved. walls, which will be repainted and varn Fruit Produce and Commission
A hunting permit was Issued by the
ished. A new set of cuibonettes by Dry Goods II. (Fount and bottles.)
fk Clerk of the Court to Edwin Vender, ,
Photographer Havens have been mounted :MERCHANT.Oranges .
( according to Chap. 4783, No. 125; Laws & Tobacco
in neat frames, and will be I used as H Cigars
of Florida, and the turned over to
'p': a" NEAR & TAYLOR the treasurer.On money wall decorations. The floor Is to be recovered Grapefruit, Lemons, Limes, Notions, etc.. : :

motion the following bills were with linoleum, comfortable rock- Pineapples, Bananas,. Grapes, Apples, i Confectionery, etc.

''Artesian WellCONTRACTORS audited and ordered to bo paid: ers room and, and potted everything plants will will be neat adorn, com the Cocoanuts, Walnuts, Pecans, and all "Star Building." i 'I ("at the old stand")
J Mendel, County Commissioner$ 0 40
and
Fruit Vegetables Nuts in season.
J R Walker II (100 I fortable and artistic. Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive promp

l W Sharpe .000! Also, by the barrel, fine and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.

f I i 'J Houston" 1320J For Sale -Fresh---- Annie Cider and Annie Vinegar.
,
f Ban Gallic Fla. N Waller, .4 25 40 ---- 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla ESTABLISHED 1876.'JVrcl. .
,
B Co S Bank, interest warrants 10 (id of '
IRS At Banyan Fla., five acres good Established 1885. i
Bank 055
t; T J Cook hutt, registration officer 10 41 crates vegetable of beans land; makes each from good 300 to(house 100 This is one of the most reliable houses .., .A.. :SO-creS: dz CO.

: P. L. TT Wetmore, ice . . ... :300A and dock price and terms year liberal; ; write in Jacksonville.
Turbyfill ;
. .
A Stewart, accountant. 15 00 B.
J. HILLIARD
D L Gaulden, County judge. . 25 00 8-12 Tropic, Fla., __ ,GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
" M Goldsmith 88 33 WM. KNAUER, ,
prosecuting att'y
Feed and Sale Stables
I :s. Livery,. A OAR A Ford News'adv, fish warden condemn. .proo, ., .. 27 40 00 00 For a1 -Ellcll.Watermelon Seed Wholesale dealer In 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

I have some of the finest horses and 0 II Walton, advertising bids 7 30 We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
J
, o II Walton . :200T The Eden melon Is a cross between the c.A. q" ID "ST Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed 'Meal, both bright and
j'; carriages, in this section of the country. A Johnson, wood for courtroom 2 00 Rattlesnake and Kolb Gem. Ships well. dark wholesale.. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co

I :' Call and see me. Reasonable rates.. R A Conkllng, ., 000 Favorite melon In Northern markets. Buy candy from the' Wholesale Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysli,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Fare Grout
D Cain . 000 Seed sold in any quanty.L. your Bone Nitrate Soda. Muriate of POtasbj Sulphate Potash Kalnlt etc. These fertilizers have n<
}. P. L. Turbyfill, Electric Light Co .. . . 1060 WILSON JR. Candy lIo se. Call or superior In the market and a convince. Send for Catalogue free _

.1 P Brown, feeding county dogs, 2 00 8p 10-17 Allendale, S. C. write for prices.
WaynesvlUe, North Carolina J P Brown, janitor .. ......... 500
8jan J P Brown, jailor . .," ... 3000J 1VnuCCorrespondence ed Address: GAY
;' P Brown com',' 0 00 '
waiting co ra _____ Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
1 J P Brown, condemnation proc. 5 70 \
! For Sftlo J Mendel, copying minutes.. ,.... BOO Is Invited from those JACKSONVILLE, FLA. BROTHERSGROCERS.

R A Dobbltt. . .. . .. .. 160 alone the ,coast having bees. for- sale.u_.
W R Knox, work In clerk's office. 60 Large or small quantities

At Daytona, Fla., five and ten !acre E L Brady, merchandise for jail: 110 SOUTUERX BEE!: Co., The Three Whvs. .
., lots choice vegetable and orange lands. J B Screven, stationery for board 1 20 10 tf Fort Pierce, Fla. V
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal F S Chaffee, medicine for pauper 2 65 We make a Special Feature of our

terms. Address, Pauper list . ; . . 100 00 WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
and His
1 i. COUKTLAND BUCKMAN, J Mendel, making road app'rm't. 3300J Hampton Cavalry.One with stale food, when you can Mail Order

I 22 Hogau st., Jacksonville, Fla. 0 Files, supt of road. . . 01 43 buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Department.,
i;, J P. Meudel, on account contract of the most popular books ever Is- i Food fresh every day at 25o> per Ib ; sent

of Oct 1. . ... 20000 sued In i this country Every: old soldier anywhere tOo extra. to pay freight
[ Fancy Pineapple Slips fold Suck- niSTUICT NO. 2. should have It. All historical scholars suffer from CHILLS! A FEVER Knowing how difficult It 'Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCEWKj
WHY CHEAP families nlieipromptly
can send, us their orders'with the of having them
tt ers for Sale E E Swlnllon, sect contract no 4 3500 will have jt. J. E. Fultz, Sprucebluff when you can get a bottle of and and assurance tory
) : carefully; we know the and will be
O II Sanders" "It 60 00 Fla., agent for Unwind county 8p Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed We carry the most'complete stock quality prices satllifd lu''
.' ---- of any Grocery House in East }< ,
Swinson work. 8.00 I
I' E E special to cure for 50o. many articles not
'j : Abbakaa, Egyptian and Golden Queen, usually found in other and smaller houses.
S J Norton, acct contract no 18 (1000
'
A Beautiful and Valuable Homo suffer from splitting HEAD-
:: Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Rod WHY nT- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
.: marnicr NO. 3. for Sale at Bargain, ACHE, when you can get a bot- -
Spanish. Apply to A 11 Carton road- work. . . 2: 00 tle of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will\
MADDOCK & MATTIIAMS
f
A Cleveland, ace t contract no 22: 6000 cure you In short order for lOo.
'Palm Beach finery, '\ At Mlcco. on Indian river Fla. E. A.
C B Sanders 11 50 00 consisting II. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. WADDELL
West Palm Boach Flo. .. .
. E E Swinson" 7 :HO 00 of 10} acres, a well built, two- LaVllla Pharmacy ,
I story house, 7 rooms a two-story store
T Robinson 1:123:!: ; Jacksonville, Fla. Miami City and Dade
County -
The Orlando Nurseries It J LaRoache 4< 10 5)f 00 building Sx32ft., handsome front lawn,
11 I J Stewart 0\ 30 00 shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock;

C B Sanders, road work..,'. . 2 00 2:1O budded orange, tangerine and grai>e- Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto Real Estate BureauA
Otter for November and December delivery DISTRICT NO. 4. fruit trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud1'; the name-and-date slip, panted'uponyour ,
. choice budded and
15,000
' orange l 500 young nursery stock; artesian well; paper or wrapper. If you are In
for bridge 4(101Hodgson (\
G F Paddlson lumber :
fruit trees are four old ,
grape ; years ; sour 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributedover arrears please remit.
hauling for bridge :3 33
orange stock. 5,0% sure bearing fig Bros place; 1 acre wood shed for pine- select list of-
G F Paddisou lumber for bridge 13 22
I trees, Peach, Plum, Pear aud Persimmontrees apples a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple -We want to draw the attention of
. ;
all leading and best varieties K Snedelln, post for bridge ., 4 00 :DUI :Bifi
plants; railroad station on west our numerous readers along the East ;} 4Clt.ync P1'OjC1'r3'v;
S F Gibbn bulld'g Goat Cr'k br'ga, MOOR )
: ) trees, Imported seed.
25,000 camphor
line of this place tramway running to Coast and throughout the state In
; general
: {
A Hardee Sebastian 1YJ 00 Lots antI
Everything Write for prices carried, to by first-class nursery, S F GIbbs, acct contract no 12. 20 00 river front on the east. This place to be to the advu. of the live and energetic City Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for investments. Prosphate

GEO. II. WitioiiT, G 0 Houston, building bridge :25! 0.) appreciated must be seen. The very businessmen who are bidding fora ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
handsomest place on the river. The share of in the columns
Bond Lumber Co 1'rubr for bridge 2() 47 your patronage For
,
General Manager Orlando Nurseries. Town of Melbourne i road tax. 00 6J land is of the beat hammock. Orange of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
trees nearly all In bearing now. of any particular line of goods, the pink ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
r.r Reading notice ads. on this page DISTRICT NO. B. Apply to D. L, GAULDEN, Atty"TltulVllle paper will\ tell you the best place to buy Fertilizers,. Chicago 111. Chicago, I"-

are five cents per line per week C 11 Rooke, acct contract .3'J. . 50 00 Fla. them Read the ads. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.










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