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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 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: UF00075918:00046
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS NOTWITHSTANDING THE GREAT RHODES IS SHOWING a new and BOYS' TWO-PIECE long-pants military HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS. ::1

advance in leather, we are eel ing our nobby line of ladies' shoes, button suits, rap to match, 75 cents, at the THE EAST COAST. -

Topics of General Interest.Mttj new stock of men's shoes at old prices and polish, also in Oxford. EAgle Clothing Store. .
Do
want to
And EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOHK.': you purchase a. hotel and

ii.inii.il f i -rapt, and Mrs. II. Marcotte are againIn D. B. Pritchard and tho Misses Kate cottages P If you do, read ad. on 7th }

and General Gossip In connection -For Dental Work go to Dr. Dodson.! -Do you filter your drinking water ? St. Augustine, after spending tho Pritchnrd and Sallie Hall went us far as page. ;
\ \Vortb.lndlan, summer north. Aurantia, Wednesday, bird shooting, and Mr. John S. Bowen Is now In full
with Bl.c yne Bay Went Judge M. S. Jones is holding court -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins was attending returned with twenty-one quail.Large charge. of the Brown house Gainesville.
nireri, Key ,
eseena. and Halifax at DeLand this week. court at DeLand this week. Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of this place, Reed ad on 7th '
and all other Important; PoInU along the has purchased the residence recently occupied bags; of quail and duck are being pngo i

Jut Coast; of Florida. Brief mention of -Mr. C. L. Lampe, of New York, wasa -Mr. J. T. Price, of this place, has by Mr. B. B. Pyles. dally made In the neighborhood of Titus Tho Argyle hotel, St. Augustine, has 'j

InterettlngEvents from Various Part caller at this office on Wednesday started a fish camp at Fort Pierce. vllle; whllo occasionally a deer, boar and opened for tho season.: This hotel l la

World About; People You Know tjnlto a number East Coast people wild turkey Is brought Into town. situated on :St. :J
of the I -New fall hats, in stiff, Alphino and HOBBY and NEAT new line of neckwear George street
have been the Gala Week festivities
:
ud People Ton Don't and Know a large- Picked Mff all the new styles In crush; prices lower at the Eagle Clothing Stoie. in Jacksonville enjoying$ this week Our Roscland correspondent says ;: Illustrated folders of the fine East ', t
Editor
,-by Ont Society Mattered along the than over, at the Eagle Clothing Store. -Take note of the ad. of R. E. Mima, Q. Gibson Is again In charge of the Coast hotels, etc., to be given away free ,1:
of Correspondent -Dr. T. B. Perry, of the United States railroad having returned from his at the ADVOCATE Senltwo-c'nt -
,
pump office
Florida. -We are pleased to note that Mr. jr., dealer in wagons, carts, etc., on our
Bwt Count of diaries Gardner, who has been on the Hh page. Marine Service, still remains in town, ,week's hunt. Ho was successful in got. stamp to pay postage. .
purchasing! supplies for the detention ting ono door "
sick list for a week or two, is now recov Supt 0. B. Knott of tho F. E. C.
-Capt. J. II. Smith is down at St. camp at Miami. Hotel
THE ADVOCATE, ering. Lucie, where he expects to go Into the Recently, Mr. R. M. Boggs, proprietorof IYlllomVatl: passenger; on Wcdncsnosdiw -
$1.50 per annum, in advance. -The weather here during the past fish business.Mr. -Mr. J. D. Crabb, wife and two children Hotel Oxford, Avon-by-tho-Soa, N. J., 'n south bound train, en route to

$1.00 six months, '" two weeks has been delightful, although returned to Titusville, from Cocoa, landed a tarpon) six feet long$ weighing Palm Beach to make an inspection of
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries.The some claim it has been a little too warm and Mrs. J. O. Walton have Sunday last. Mr. Crabb has boon In : 12,')1l11i. Tho fish was caught: at tho Indian Mr. "'ln lcl"a hotels. '
been enjoying the Gala Week festivities Jacksonville this week. Fort Pierce
,: River Inlet, opposite ,
RIVER ADVOCATE is on ((800 in the shade) for November.Rev. Tho Clarendon: Inn Seabreeze ].'1.\. Is
INDIAN in Jacksonville this week. Miss Laura Houston of Eau Gallic and is said to bo a beautiful specimen of :
the following news-stands, at five J. N. Mulford and wife of fast nearing: commotion. Tho heating,: :;;
sate at the sliver king.
been this week her
-The local bicycle riders are prcparng has in town visiting: U ,
apparatus now being Installed and
tests Titusville-Fred per copy : S. Chaffee. Troy, N. Y.on, were Wednesday's among the southbound many pas- to have some good races on Thanksgiving friend, Miss Jackie Rico. She returned Capt. W. A..Coster, tho genial manager Mr GUI w 1II'lIlIulol\vo for Now York to .J

1& J. B. Screven. sengers train. They were on their way to Palm Day. open to all riders in Brevard home yesterday. ; of Canaveral Club, and Mrs. B. Cur. purchase fuinllure for I the! Clarendon.TIioHot : : \ ,
1
I Note date of expiration printed upon Beach for the winter. county. -A French opera troupe, numbering Lisa, the housekeeper, arrival In townSntuio ..l \lUtlibun, Jacksonville will '

paper or wrapper every week. This Ontario WE HAVE nt Delray (Linton), some of about !5K) pmiple, panned through Titusvltlc >y last' 11tho advance guard to open for biiHlncH November 't2.* ,, Mr.I
Roswell of
jonr Mr. Walter Iu iciulitie for the
gut everything opening
needfor the East \ afternoon route to
No land
receipt for your money. the bos vegetable on Sunday en Charles Couch has the manuoreincnt of.
to Canada, arrived in town on Saturday: : of tho clubhouse which will take "
send for subscription.The Coast for either rent or sale on easy Havana, Cuba. '
receipt the
to Placldo with Messrs. 1).
H. Butler
us and left, next day, for Eau HLllie. on a \place about tho (list o* December, when :
date gives it to you. month's visit to his sister, Mrs. W. J. Gallic terms. Fla.Senator Apply. to Gleason Bros., Eau -Capt. Abc ,Ilildrcth, of Columbus, Col. Chas. h Ilorton Mr. T. Watson Mur W G. Morgan( and N. C. Upp as assistants.

Ncsbitt. 0., is again at Indianola to upend tin' IIll and other members are expected\ .

f- Reading notice ads. are ten centsper of and Mrs..E. N. Dimick and winter. (He Is looking smarter and) from lhnaton.Messrs J. II. Dalton! 11'11bo\ tho chief clerk at
WE HAVE at Delray (Linton) some
this Mr. Ernest allen, superintendent of thePalm younger than over ,
page.
line on
the best vegetable; land on the East Herman Nacthlng and Geo. C.LuebbtMH the Hath hu n, .Jnokeoon vllle, I this winter.
those\
, -The Erl King makes a trip to and Coast for either rent or sale on easy who attended Bench Casino the Gala, were Week among festivitiesIn -MemlnmcH Bowman and Carlile have two \prominent residents Mr. Dalton U well known thoie, Ildas

from Canaveral every Tuesday.Mr. terms. Apply to Gleason Ih'os., Eau this week. started dressmaking: establishment In New York City, nnIved here, Monday,, at one time chief clerk at the Windsor ;'

Nauman.'of the Haul- Giiliie, Fla.Messrs. Jacksonville the Wc! son cottage, at the rear of the and at once boarded the houseboat and is at. )resent clerk at tho Aragon

, Char II. -Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, who have ADVOCATE oflice. ItoHc Marie, In command of Piof. J, M hotel, Atlanta.Mr. .
this
over, was in town, a couple of days A. K. Wilson and Ernest been enjoying a visit of a few months Lnllin, for the purpose of cruising uji ). Rathoun
week. of the ADVOCATE and Mr. Robert Kettle, tho well known St. G. of F.lmlrlN.. Y., a
Vanlandingham, with relatives in Illinois wore passengers Augustine correspondent of the 'Fl nice. and down Indian nmi Bunnna rivets, and owner of the Hotel Rathbun at Elmlrn '
writing here for information Star staffs, respectively, spent Sundayin on :Saturday's train, on theh'way having good time generally hunting
-People a
and had delightful Union and Citizen, I passed through here,, ; and also of tho Ilathbun Hotel In Jacksonville
will please enclose a stamp to insure a Cocoa time., report having a homo,to Rockledge for the winter. Wednesday, on his way to Palm lleuoli. I and fishing. Their boat Is welt stocked \ arrived In the latter city on

reply. -Mrs. L. C. Schuyler, of Brooklyn, with all the good thlngn necessary tu Saturday: and I Is being cntol'tnlnclll\t, tho
of Waveland has -Capt. R. P. Paddison, of Point Gas- her sister Mrs. -We acknowledge receipt of a very sustain life, and they will, no doubt, be Hotel Placldo,
-Dr. W. C. Sneden, N. Y., accompanied by ,
well N. C. has the thanks of the ADVOCATE useful pamphlet from Congressman/ Hohl.W. well paid for their trip to Indian Ulver, x
been enjoying a visit to New York this Livingston, Is now stopping at Richmond )II'. S, II Perk
who
: for a present of a box of beautiful Va. The above ladies sisters Davis, of Washington, entitled On Tuesday they started) on their cruise,, so successfully

leek. lowers from his garden. They now of Captain, W. A. Coster guest are of the "Cultivation+ of Cigar-Leaf Tobacco In giving; the ADVOCATE otlloo a pleasant: managed Hotel Arlington, Potoskey,
of Sebastian Florida." cull Mich., during the summer, will\ probably
-Mr. Stanley Kitching, assist in adorning this office. ore suiting.
Indian River hotel at this place.
i arrive\
of and Wed at Rocklodge today or t.morrow'Lo
in Tuesday
was town part -The Eagle Clothing Store has a complete -Miss Anuie Puddlson, of Point Cas- -Wo are showing the strongest and Tho fishermen pt Titusvillo do 'nul! get:( the Plaza hotel In loadinoss

nesday. new line of shirts in negligee, stiff well, N. C. arrived in town Saturday best wearing. line of boys' knee |pants! confine themselves to tho capture of fish tho opening.

-Thanks are tendered Mr. A. Cox, bosoms, all in new fancy patterns with night last, ,on a visit to her sister, Mi8. suits we ever handled at prices to sun alone, for Mr. Jess Tucker brought In B
of( Eden, for a present of a box of fine white bodies; also the full shirt in Geo. M. Robbins with whom she will prime the most ocomonlcal. fine bear ar well M a cargo: of fish on hotel Oxford, St. James square, Jacksonville .
RHODES tho Ci.oTiiucn. in still ,a popular stopping place
pineapples. Tuesday. The boar was seen at daybreak \ \ )
patterns. all winter. Miss Annie-who was a
stop
from UUl'DlIIlI\mmuck for tho traveling$ public. It U under tho
-What has become of our Daytona, -Miss Maynle Gray has moved her former resident of Titusville gladly -Mrs. Willis\ M, Myers and two child- to swimming the oast shore of Indian River. able management TIbbals Eden Jensen and Stuart corresponden the welcomed here by her friends. who have been In Havana for sometime across
dressmaking establishment from many ren, Mr. Tucker and his partner went for U about to \pay Jacksonville u visit, (do not ,-

ts. Wesson! cottage on Julia street to the -Mr. II. Jennings, of Harrisburg, Pa., past, stopped over here a slioil with an anchor, which they broke; a forget i ho Oxford
left her Wednesday small house owned by Mr. Fred F. Tay who has been visit of about while, Friday last, on their way to Cocoa: overboard
-Sheriff Jos. P, Brown enjoying a hatchet, which wont and/ wan Mrs. Mnlmn who )has '
visit Mary
River hotel. on a to Mis.' Myers parents, Mr no successfully !
Indian
make arrestor lor, near the five months with relatives at Ankona knife fastened the
for Sebastian, to an and Mrs. R. N. Andrews. lost, and pocket on conducted tho Rlvervlew! hotel S
( assault -Conductor L. B. Deesz has, this spent from Friday until Tuesday In end of an oar, The boar weighed about ''Morrltr'\ Indian\; Ulver, owned by T. F.

-Claim G. J. Zehnbauer,' of week, been in charge of the train running town. lIe owns a line piece of property -Capt and Mrs. Benj Hogg and son,,, 400 pounds, and many of our resident, Nevi nil, of Brooklyn, for the last throe

the F. E. C.Agent Railway, was in town part between Titusville and Jacksonville\ In the former city, and came up with the who have been In North Carolina! Buffalo have been enjoying bear steak this week seasons, has decided not to take charge
Conductor Vogt has been placedon view of purchasing the residence and N. Y., and other places for sonic i'
Tuesday and Wednesday while The St. Augustine Rooml says thai of It tliU winter It will\ bo conducted
the through train to Fort Lauderdale: pineapple plantation of Colonel W G. II mouths past, arrived In Titusvllle\ or and Win. Mai kle have by J. Wilkinson
suecccdod
Mayor Boyoo
Judge D. L. Gaulden has been in Winans, at Eden. Wednesday afternoon Tlity will soon
Jacksonville a couple of days or so this -Have you seen those fine and newly. leave for Fort Pierce. In capturing tho boar and cub The following I Is to bo tho tart of Hotel .
sold Moore & -Mr. Oeo. II. Foote, a prominent citi\ which have so long caused "L. I" talk
by
patented suspenders, Ormond Ormond tho coming
week fes season
and the Gala Week ;
enjoyed
tivities. Washington, Jacksonville ? They are zen of Cleveland, 0., who owns a fine -Father O'Boyle left bore, Tuesday,, on Anastasia Island. They wont out Anderson iVs Prlre, managers; William II. "

said to be the only absolutely-perfect winter home and small orange grove at for Hoc kludge. to visit Mr Chas. Devlin,, Monday night resolved to bag the gameor Chetiloy steward; 8. B.iPetUmglll, chef

-Never fail to read every page in the and practicable suspender on the market Daytona, arrived in town, Tuesday McFarland for of Plttsburg( Pa., who Is seriously \Ill 'at siicilflco their mimosa true sports,. Miss 1A.[ Clarke housekeeper\ ; L. II.; ?j

ADVOCATE. You'wdil always find inter- ; are simple and durable, and are well the purpose of inspecting the his winter residence. Miss Devlin paused The cub weighed 18 pounds, and Mayor Bingham/ room clerk, A. I. Crpamor,

wing local news, especially pn pages 2, worth your attention. fruit protection tents Mr. Foote was through hero, Saturday last, on hoi Boj'co told us Just how It lusted. Notwithstanding cashier; 1>. J, Prudean', book-koeper; U.
1,5 and 8. / quite pleased with what he saw, and Mr. way fo Rockledgo, to attend to the wants this aggravating mission G. Marvin night clerk Samuel Smith) ;
-Miss Carrie R. Humphries, a bright MoFarland may look forward to more of her fatherThoTravelers', bo still lives (the mayor: ). The mother ; ,
< -Mrs. Robt. Motlow, and family, whoM young lady from Columbus, 0., stoppedover orders for tents. of the cub\ wall u 00-pound specimen of head porter

e been spending several months with at the Indian River hotel, at this Information Company hunger: and Impudence) It. J. Oliver l 1M Mr. H Whlttlesey) SoaiU, cashier of
relatives In Tennessee returned home on until Saturday, enroute -Mrs. Eleanor Bright, who was re will publish "The Taller of Society:! In .
from Friday Palm
place, cutting up nnd rapidly selling every vestige the Inn ]leech, writes the ADVOCATE
Friday afternoon last. to Indianola, to join her parents, cently appointed assistant teacher ofTltueville's Florida, and will conduct it as a high of the animal that he Is now to bo found at the'r'ravutera '
public school, left for her class weekly during the coming season,
that
who residents of picturesque Information Bureau No 1711
are
i -Notice the marked-down prices on Island. home In Nashville, Tenn., on Tuesday, Tbe first number will appear Decembvi Our Georglana correspondent say: ,

wits In our windows, all wool casr.1 meres,, little town on Merritts Her place is now Oiled by her sister, 24th, 18)0!) and Mrs. Anna M. Marcollo,, J. W. Bruner and Mr. Cannatta tookan Chesuut remain street for, Philadelphia about nix where when he r,

$8.50, $7.50 and $8.00.EAOLE -Captain and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of( Miss Margaret Hunt, also of Nashville. of fat Augustine, is to bo the editor, early start Saturday morning, and he will will\ louvo for Lake\ Worth.: weeks Tho Inn
CLOTHING STORE. Rockledge, are now stopping at their Mrs. Brlght'a health was not very good went to the Thousand Islands duck

-Mr. M. S. Sams and son, F. W Sams, Brantley place on Merritts Island, where when she arrived' here; and as she did Commodore F D. Hughes writes w hooting. They returned with a fine will open on Saturday, Doe 23rd.
from New York that he would leave foi
Courtenay were recent .vinitors to they are getting their launch in order not get strong as quickly as she anticipated load of ducks. Ducks are here III much The demand for accommodations at

town| having, mide the trip to and fromlusvllJe for the winter season, and attending to she decided to return home. St. Augustine, few Monday, and after stop- greater/ numbers this winter, and good the Homestead hotel, )Hot Springs Va. ,
in their the shipping of their oranges, some of ping there a days, expected u sport I is In store for huntws. managed by Mr, Fred Kterry, of hotel h
yacht. and for market.Mr. leave for Fort Pierce and other polnti Polnclnna Palm Beach theopening
which are sweet ready A New Murthal. On Saturday night a disturbance WM Royal since
-nave you read that fine'work upon known bicycle along Indian River. Since the above heard) among Eva and Nellie Owon'i of the fall season, ban been very
the well
Hampton and His Cavalry 1" It should F. W. Beers, was In type the Commodore and wlf bantam chickens at Goorglana. Upon largo. On Sunday week tho Homestead
will leave
*In every southern home. Write to J. dealer, of :St. Augustine, month Mayor A. D. Penney, of Titusvllle, hat passed through Titusvillo, WednesdAY Investigation a very large, old polecatwas had under lU roof the largest( number of

*. Fultz, Sprucebluff, Fla., if you need for Havana about ice the first of and next to sell bicycles appointed C. Bouknight marshal, vice afternoon, en route to Fort Pierce tc discovered In the coop. As pulling guests since the opening of tho house
one, to establish an plant do some fishing.
M. S. Jones, Jr., resigned delicate Chas
him too matter
and machinery. During his absence out WM a Hotel Algonquin, St. Augustine, U

-Mrs. L. A. Brady and family, who Mr. Beers' St. Augustine business Wernlng shut him up In the coop, when now open and ready to receive gueit

eve been visiting relatives in Boston will be in charge of Mr. Geo. W Ellis.- Cohen IJro.s. Dry Goods )(OIlHC. A IJargBln. -whew J-tho whole neighborhood; WRI It hiss boon painted, papered nowly carpeted "

for a few months, returned home Satur-: A letter to the ADVOCATE, from Mr. made aware of the fact that a ikunk wan and thoroughly ro-fnrnUlied from

l'kDlght. Mr. Brady went .as far as Beers, this morning, says he has sold For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River,, present, and In a manner not to bo attlo to ground floor. Manager/\ Hayden
It will\) bo well worth the attention of doubted lees time than It takes to toll.
to meet them. out to Mr. Ellis. Florida, a fine residence, and the schoon has certainly made considerable improvement
the ADVOCATE readers throughout the But he had killed two of the little pets.
er-yacht Semlnole.' House stands on at tho Algonquin, and he I la
-Col. F. R. May, one of the oldest 1Yalntetl state to write or give the above dry prominent point overlooking Indian River expecting quite a rush of tourists to his

States tnreiing passenger agents in the United Sewers goods house on Bay street, Jacksonville, ; ha 105 ft river front; 2 blocks north To Let, FnrnUlied, house this winter.
who is a traveling delegate of the call. Their business methods are well
a -, of main part of town, on hell road call.
ptnnsylvania Railway, is a guest of the In order to supply the large$ order known, for it is one of their fundamental ed Palmetto avenue, contains U rooms Cottage- a most desirable The celebrated Pino Forest Inn, at
Manalapan
?* George hotel, St. Augustine, where being received for the McFarland pro- principles' to sell to all customers wool and bath, cowered to the liver, veranda residence situated; mOlt pleasantly\ Summoivllle, H. C., will bo managed
will remain all the forced to our for cotton. during the coming winter season by !\II'. .'
winter. tection tents, we are run for wool and cotton They on three sides, flint class sea wall and between beach and Lake Worth
1 and night. Wanted, for have the largest stock of dry goods In ocean ; W, D. JamoMon, of Now York. This
factory day about 1} of ground 7.1:
boat house; acres ; contain U 1 41lroomlt large dining room
House to Rent. day crew, women who are capable of the' state, and when ordering by mail orange trees, HO: tree bearing, 23: : buxom and reception hall, kitchen\ and other fine property I* owned by Capt. F. W.
Charleston who has
: running sewing machines; for night crew, from any part of Florida customers are of last year conveniences. Surf bathing and excel Wagoner, of ex.
[Lf house in Titus- who have had some experience strongly advised to order their good orantten ( feet keel 22 feet beam nended a largo urn of money In (Improving
to rent men Yacht IH till on : lent fishing And bunting\ ; ten miles from 101". One of
from time to &
Excellent Good tu the the place
/ location. Apply lof with sewing machines. pay sent by express, express company drawn aft 2'J Inches, forward 14 Inches I'alm Beach and one mile from Hypo-
:_ Mll8. C. F. FlHCHEB, quick workers; also men in Iho .following being responsible for tons. In making 1)1) foot cenl.rb'Harol! promenade deck all luxo, across Lake Worth. Address, thug recent Improvement of ornamental I I. the building
design
1 i Titusvllle, Fla.I ; departments: Cutting department,, selections, always make a lent( and nee- around, cabinet l with 7state rooms, large; J. BROWN, Auent.Hypolnxo of the a lawn sun near parlor the hotel. The Pine Forest on
woud-woiking department and choice as the goods orderedndy
Iron department, galley, closet, store room, refrigerator, Fla
who understand meantime been sold out. Inn will open on Thanksgiving Day,
and a few practical men have, In the Ho. and U completely furnished, and lathe
I To Sportsmen. Orange-Growing:, to take chargeof COHC.V Hn<>8., most convenient yacht In Florida Kninty Sugar utid IMcu Barrels Nov 30.

it i aria the Installation of the Tents. Call 01 Jacksonville\ Fla. waters Will sell residence, yacht, etc., The minority stockholder <<< t the WIU |

prepared to act as guide for address at 'a big bargain. For sale. Address- lOllllhby Bunch a large real
CH qal "" -either for deer bear, duck, McFAULAJto FRUIT PROTECTION Co. Write for further particulate toG W AJTEn MOOIIK.: estate concern, recent" petitioned Judge;:

\ turkey or fish Address, Tit lI vllIe, Fla For Sale. M. Hurrox, 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. Martin of the.Court of Law and Chau-

FRANK LOUISANA. 203( State street, Chicago, III. cerT at Norfolk Na., to enjoin thomajority
Titusvllle, Fla. mast Le in good The most desirable property In the A llcantlfiU Winter Homo stockholder from buying the
bus
WANTED, a ; center of Uocktadge on Barton avenue;; Hotel Wlllnughby and! other property ol

Launch For Sale.u2.fl'.Vcla88 shape and at a reasonable Address price., II. consUtlne of five acres covered with For Hale, Cheap, For sale very cheap, on east side of the Hotel Wlllouubby Company. The '

Sea Breeze o., Fla. thrifty orange trees, also two cottage; Hobo Bound, Indian River: opposite majority stockholder lu the former b
p
running condition; a bar.eta thereon. Apply to The loop, Edna; length; 32ft: ;;beam, tore, postoflice and express office; about company comprise the stockholders of

Dimensions: 30 feet overall; 32: .. WM. M. MEWWIJT. Milford, Conn. lift; headroom la cabin. (fA capital 1,5: acres, :'fttt ft. river And Atlantic oceanfront the latter company, and the petitioner

ft-gT, ;: 0I fee beam; 28 Inches draft, WANTED-By a lady, thoroughly quail After Nov. 20th, Rockledge, Fla.Wonted. cruising boat. Address, ; even room, bath and screened allege/ that the defendant are trying to ,

Dtt8 power Daimler motor; peed, fled, position as teacher In a family. 19-2'i: ] M. B. Ift/Kss, Canaveral, Fla. verandah Ground Irrigated by windmilland unload their Ilabllltle upon the former. '
M Mns. B., Good wharf and The majority holder\ voted an Issue of
,I cs an hour has large carrytotiK Address, large tank. ware
.
'*lag ta ?i for passengers; or freight;;I Box 1. :Smyrna, Cobb Co., Ga. -<< TltuMvllle Laundry. house; also 4-room bath-hoase on ocean .. ),OO) bond to purchase The hotel the Hotel U a

and seated from tera to tern,, In stock raising beach, ladle from residence. Cocoanuts Willoughby property.
the Experienced party Baltimore and Rich-
latter f cushioned. Fitting: anchors I with capital to start a Mrs. fteo. Cook, of Tltnivllle, It now and ornamental pUnU. Apply for lllu.. new beach resort
wants a partner interested In both
der.abPot &n complete and In I The San -3Iatco Cigar. cattle ranch In South Florida; best loca-, prepared to do laundry work of every trated booklet, "price, etc., to companies mod capitalists Judge are Martin granted: the

and price. In the state. Address, description. All work guaranteed. Cu.u. C. t4EJ\JUlITIIOlir will\ f
17byl0erttef1toParUCUlar8 All Pure Florida Tobacco, cation Leave washing at O. F. Dures'scorner 3J1: olt, temporary Injunction, and the vase
East Coast Grown,* W., care ADVOCATE your Nashville Tenn. be beard In December.
office.
ADVOCATE: ,
II. Tltu.ville rta.H' tore, opposite
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DEMOLISHED, 'BY DYNAMITE., DO YOU GET UP rTW O oP S:5JEJCS:

How Chi..'. dres\t Wall Will De ',' of .'1 *

: ejraNEft lsf ,U.ed.to.D.lld Modern CHlfm.. .'. ;?' WITH. 'A LAME\, BACK .? BLOOD For Fall and Winter Sowing.

d It took 2,000,000 men working for ,, '
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ten year: to build the great wall of Kidney Trouble t Makes You Miserable. Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black' Gold ell '

China., .. TROUBLES Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye;, Texas and Florida

Even then many parts of the wall Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Rust Proof Oats.

were already there for the men to link Is sure to know of the wonderful'UJ ..

together... The earlier, sections were I cures made by Dr. 1 Write for price Hat.

built .3,322 Dears before the,birth Of 1kM Kilmer',Swamp.jtoot, CUIIRD BY .

I II l lI Christ ,The final wall was completed I I the great kidney, liver' L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
li and bidder B B B.-Botanic Blood Balm.
., remedy.
In 204 B..C. n ,
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p It Is the great medical 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
J Now, more than 2,000 year later, this triumph of the nineteenth Fl

wall I* to be blown up by dynamite to t century; discovered for Bad Blood

suit tbe modern Idea of progress. It after of
eWASHINGTON ; years GEORGE MARL JOHN
will be destroyed In a twinkling. It l scientific research by IARI.1VI.Aa .

was built In 30 centuries.An it Dr. Kilmer the eminent TRIAL BOTTLE FREE

Interesting and striking object kidney and blad- BROS.
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lesson In China's whimsical transitionIn jder specialist and iswonderfully -

a few years from superstitious stag. successful In promptly curing Is blood Impure? Is It thin? Wholesale Dealers In
lame back kidney, bladder; uric acid trou- your

:Ir nation to In practical tbe proposition advancement to blow Is furnished the form bles and of kidney Bright'trouble.Dr. Disease. ,which Is the worst Dots your skin feel hot and swollen? GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.

I old] wall Into ruins.: The proposition Kilmer Swamp.Root Is not recommended Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofu-

I < emanates' from the new ruler of China for everything but If you have kid- la? Eating sores? Itching, burning, 131 and 133 East Bar Street aDd' 8 and 8 Newnan Street,
LETTER. the dowager empress. She Is a re- ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found

markable' old woman, this dowager Just the remedy you need. I It has been testedIn eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ONE .

y The Dethroned Qneen-Stntne of Oliver empress, to have been evolved by a so many ways, In hospital work In private scalp! itch? Catarrh?' All run down?
I'. Morton-The Ullimlnn' practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase -
} country like China. The wall has been OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIT
t Cnnnl-Ciipltnl Note. the pride of the Mongolians all their relief and has proved so successful in Malaria? Aching bones? Have you

lives. They have been reared on It been every made case that by which a special all readers arrangement of this has hereditary or contracted blood taint?

Lllluoknlani, former monarch of the from childhood. It has been a part who have not already tried it, may have paper a Have they resisted medical treatment? We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow ptt

T. Sandwich Islands., lias decided to establish of their religion. Up to two years ago sample bottle sent free by mail also a book blood guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We ia-:

herself permanently at the the bare Idea of removing It would telling more about Swamp-Root and how to If you have any of the above your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

;American capital, and, although her have stricken the little yellow people find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. troubles procure a bottle of B. B. B. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

heart often longs for Hawaii, her dumb with Indignant] horror. Even When writing mention reading this"generous (Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directlyon We only Sell to Dealers.
now had the suggestion come from a offer in this paper and
dusky highness will spend the rest of .. and humor In blood
the
send
foreigner they probably would] have your address to.. ::: '": poison the ,
her life In Washington, where-t6e legislators Dr.
Kilmer&Co.BingtiH| t ; wry
cried out for the white devil's blood ? neutralize and expels it, makes a per
of the country will occasionally hamton N. Y. The It I "
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and called the to banishall OE3: : BzlvM < CO.
upon .
empress .
; hear from her regarding the regular fifty cent and Homoor swamp-Root. manent cure and beals every sore. B.
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P x; wrongs she has suffered at the' hands unbelieving. But dogs It came from from the the wall'lJprotection great. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists B. B. goes to the root of the trouble DEALERS IN -

t t the of an connivance ungrateful of country Uncle Rum.t and. through empress,herself, who could cut off the and cures after all other methods' fail. Fl.n.e: Vl.n.es: an. l Licl: -ars

heads of a thousand or two of the 'An Eccentric Rainstorm
Queen 'LII." as she In Irreverently poor Even such terrible blood diseases as
little chaps If they dared) to raise so A freakish rainstorm! was witnessedone J *17, 410 W. Bay St.,
called here tins not surrendered her ?
much as their eyes In dissent and so afternoon recently by Philadel- cancer, eating sores and chronic rhea

r' r royal prerogntlvt-H without a struggle the beloved wall must come down, phlnns. On the west side of Broad matism are cured by using B. B. B.: JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA
and still Insists the
a r
I upon ceremony: with all Its precious traditions and] street between Vine and Spring Gar. ,
that surrounded her when she WUH on Blood Balm acts fine tonic buildingup
as a rs'S
den i
sacred charms clinging around It. streets, people had their umbrellas "
the throuu. No allowed to sit "" : OLD GIBSON
one It will be like pulling the old empire. up. while on the east side not a dropof the broken down constitution, stimulates
when she la In the room until he
re- I
t out by the roots and] building a 'new ruin fell. The'dlvldlng line of the the appetite Increases the vitality
r. celres a Hlgnal! from her to do HO. She ,
empire of things on the l'ulns.-San shower was the middle of the street
i l Is invariably addressed<< by her attend of the blood] and gives 'a clear,
Francisco Examiner. the mark being as straight as'lf made Rye Whiskey
ants'and friends! us "Your majesty"those
fit/ with 'a rule, Had It not been for the smooth skin,free from blotches? bumps
who neglect tiltitle being an.
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World'. Lar 'et Grnp Tlne. city ordinance governing bicycle riderson
grlly reproached for HO doing and or pimples Give B. B. B. a trial. For ..
La Para Grande] the biggest grape- Broad street the unfortunate "blk.ers" r Delivered to

everyone Is A expected colored(0 back from who her vine in the world, has reached] the end who were caught In// the rain could sale by drug stores everywhere $1 per dt s ANY PART OF THE STATE roan

f presence. young girl of Its long outdoor life and will soon have crossed over and ridden on the large bottle, G large bottles (full treat-
applied to Queen "Lll's" lady In waitIng
be i cut down. Seventy-five it dry side. While they had to take the fplp 1 $3.20.
years
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for the position of maid to "her ment) $;). Trial bottle sent free to
has: been growing on. a ranch In the wetting the pedestrians' who. were %
majesty, on being told all that was Moutucltp valley, near Snnta Barbara, without umbrellas hurried over to sufferers. Write for a bottle and describe PER GALLON, EXPRESS PR!
expected of her said Indignantly<< "No,
: Cal., but it has shown signs of dying] where the rain fell not.Chamberlain's your troubles, and we will give PAID.
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miss; no, miss. Bad 'nuf to work fora
and] so the owner, Albert Magee, the.
darky, anyhow, but a darky 'dat free medical advice. Address, Blood
Pittsburg stove manufacturer, has ordered
spects all i.it-not ef, 1 knows It, not Pain Balm Cures
Mitchell St. Atlanta Ga.
It removed. From the pride 'of Balm Co.,146, ,
ef I knows." the California vineyards the vine will Others, Why Not You. .,
Medicine sent all prepaid.
charges
r John B Stetson
The lalhnilnn Cnnnl.
be turned Into a museum curiosity. My wife has been using Chamberlain's UniversityDELANO l
It looks if another session of
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The Santa Barbara Chamber of Com Pain Balm, with ,good: results, for a lame
gress would go by without action on shoulder that has her
merce will preserve It as a specimenof pained continually NOTICE.
the Isthmlan-canal. At least Profess. what the soil of Santa Barbara for nine years.. We have tried all kindsof -

; or Emory H. Johnson, a member of county Is able to produce. La Para medicines and doctors without receiving FLORIDA.
the recently' appointed Isthmian canal any ,benefit from any of them. VfOTICEU hereby given: that ic Is the Inten-
Grande has a trunk, or main stem, 3% .l\. Lion of the Florida Union Telegraph and
commission, who l Is lu the One day we saw an advertisement of .
now city, feet in circumference, and the trellis, to apply to the Governor -
State
;, expresses his belief that no formal report this medicine and thought of trying it, of the of Florida on the 15th day of
higher than a man's head, on which the which we did,with the best of satisfac- December, A. D. 18!)!), to alter and amend Its JftizAcerrtMlfFor
's' of that commission be
can pre- spreading branches of the vine charter as follows: '
are
sup tion. She has used bottle and r
only one
sented with a twelvemonth. The presIdent 1st.' By adding;Section 2 to Article 3, of said
ported, measures nearly six feet lu her shoulder l is almost well.ADoLPIIL. charter BO that the same will read as follows t
especially Impressed It upon they each direction. In Its prime this single MILLETT. Manchester, N. II. For Section 2. The capital stock of saU Corpora- ,
commissioners that they should make tion may be Increased to a sum not to exceed J
vine produced full four tons of grape' sale by all druggists: and medicine dealers. 60000000.

their investigation! thorough'as to In a single year. Those days of Its 2nd. Amend Article 4 so that the same will ,
leave no question oven for future examination read as follows: "*' *
glory are, however, long past.-St. FIfteeii yearn &gp the annual catch of ARTICLE IV.
This takes time. They outs Post-Dispatch. lobsters along the New England coast All the aforesaid stock of $5,000.00 being
might present to congress preliminary fully paid up by the forejrolnir: aud above des .
1 exceeded 1UO.OOO.OP'! and over 1:>,000 cribed property the stockholders of said $lI.- '
; report before the coming session was rapid men were employed In the Industry.Of '00.00 of stock shall not be personally liable, and
far along, but this would be unsatis nead r.. this business Maine furnished said stock of 85,000.00 shall not be assessablefor
Perhaps the fastest reader the worldever more any purpose whatsoever. ,
It is claimed that there has
factory knew than one-half. But today over DO per 3rd. Amend and change; Article 7 of the char I
been altogether too ,much preliminary was Gladstone. lIe could cent of the canned lobsters ter of said Corporation so as to read as follows:
are brought
read and digest ,a novel of 50,000 ARTICLE VII.
: Information on the canal question and]
u words from the British provinces. The hlphteiit; amount(indebtedness to which
t, not enough of the other kind It Is a scientific work as large or the said Corporation can at any time subjet t itself -
y a reasonably certain that the opponents larger, a political treatise or a historyby Is S'Jto.HOO( and the Corporation may
the, Used British Soldiers in Africa mortgage: <; and bond Its property and such other
This
merely glancing at loaves as he by Both Sexes. Scholastic Year Begai
of the canal will be able to tight oft any property as It may purchase or construct to se
." action which would have to be based] turned them over. Ills eye and] mind] Capt C. G. Donnison is well knownall cure its indebtedness.
: seemed to Which said alterations and amendments were October 3rd. Send for Catalogue
',' photograph with the rapidli Africa commander of the ,
f. over as
a on an advance report. Mr. Hepburn adopted by the unanimous vote of all of the
J of Iowa, however, that he shall ty of an Instantaneous camera. Ills forces that captured the famous rebel stockholders of said Corporation at a meetingheld :

1 ; ,1 introduce his bill says at the December eye was the\ lens, his mind the sensitive Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1807, vember at Titusvllle 1MM, for,Florida the purpose...on the of 6th altering day of and No, College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodiou

plate. In his reading he from Vryburg. Bcchuanaland, be writes:
was omnivorous -
,' amendlnll'Bald charter I.
inmring'perfect
.1, ,. session. to the last degree. "Before starting on the last campaign I FLORIDA UNION TELEGRAPH AND I J Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement. artesian water, etc.,

,, The Dixie For nI'rnlnlnu Dixie; Ship. The most rapid reader we ever had] bought a quantity of Chamberlain'sColic 10nov6t TELEPHONE COMPANY. healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of2
be
1 auxiliary cruiser Is to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
In this country Is John G. Carlisle, former t trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information
converted into a training .ship for the which I used myself ,when troubled with Master's Sale.
senator from
practical education of laudstueu lu the, of the house and Kentucky of ,the speaker bowel complaint, and bad given to my J Address J, F. FORBES, President.
navy., It is estimated] that It will cost secretary trenl- men, and In every case it proved must
Joe Blackburn that Carllse! AND n? VIRTUE OF A DECREE :
about $::iOOOO to put her In condition ury says beneficial. Fur sale by all diuggists UNDER] \ and Rule l Issued out of the
is the most remarkable man he ever and medicine dealers. Circuit Court for lIrevard Count), Florida,
; for such use, but those who favor the FOR
that he In therein :, wherein John J, $ 3 2 0
saw; can tell the contents of u a caui-e depending .
plan say that the results to be obtained : Flftimory. i" plaintiff, and Frank n.Everett and .
t book without looking! at It and give the --
will justify the There are Roslna L. Everett his wife; Marian E. Russell
expense synopsis of uu argument on being told and Alfred Russell, her husbandlure defendants Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, we wi>
;: many naval otllcers, however, who feel I will sell at public auction in front of the CourtHouse send
CHARGES
the name of the author.-New York! you by Express, rUE PAID,
that the l present system of naval trainIng FOB MANY dorat THusvillc, Florida, during the
Press. legal hours of sale,upon' the
-' of enlisted men Is an expensive FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, A. D. 1890,
.luxury An olllcer who takes that view Your "'lie'. Silk Ore... rII to the highest and best bidder for cash the

,' says that the government could put a Silk dresses are objected to by some WOME following described real estate of the defend the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
,' situated In llrevardcounty Florida to-wit.
; landsman through Harvard universityfor husbands and to such there is InterestIn ants dalloftheS,
All (.T the BKW: of the N" X.a ) of
ti t the same money that it expends to the recent decision of a New York the NEK of the i\E4aml! ; also the NJ of the Calhoun Pure
NEh of the excepting. apaicelofH acres Rye Whiskey
prepare him for service In tho navy. Judge: I t upon) which 8. w. Jennings holds a bond for )
lie added that the worst feature of the "If n husband allows his wife to title,described as follows; Coiinuenolnp to rods

whole matter is that, In spite of the wear articles in his presence and with west of runnlnic the section south line KM on feet the bank theme of west Taylor's 420 We ship In l'LAI PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all com
Creek ; menu When you pet: It and test it, if It Is not return it at OUR KXl'ENSE" w
vast of on their his satisfactory
sums money spent knowledge) which he would ordinarily feet; thence north to Taylor's Creek, following marks
t will be In the
your$3.20 cheerfully refunded. This Is S 00
WhUkey as rood; as any & goods
education, only about :5 per cent of the be liable to pay for as necessaries t the meandering. of said creek to the point of be.ginning. We are clos- at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant hoiifes. We M*

naval apprentices remain In the navy and he makes no objection, he And a acres sold to W. jt.Harbin described<< as been doing; REI'UTA'EIUN at the same stand for user 15 YEARS, aud 1111 to our, or EJJ1OXSIB1LITY :t
AND ; for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here
preferring to employ their knowledge will be liable to pay for them, for his follows: Commencing where the section line the editor of this paper
\ between Sections 3 mid 4 crosses Taylor's creek
In better paying civil pursuits. permission to her to 'retain and] enjoy and ruunliifc from south bank of said creek 49 SOLOMON & LEVI,
Arrangements have been made them without objection Is equivalentto rods south, thence west 16 rods,thence north to
1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
said Taylor's creek,then along said creek to the
through the regular diplomatic channels ratification of the purchase." .. THe point beginning,containing,less the, exceptions P. 0, Box No 33. BIRMINGHAM, AID'' .
for the resumption of commercial Under this ruling a dressmaker secured '" noted above, 88 acres inSeetiod4township -

relations with Spain. '1'0hl end Minister payment for a silk dress furnish :) WEDDING 33,south Range 40 1-allt.JOH: lIENR NOTICE:-'We pay Express Charges to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY

Storer nt Madrid has been Instructed ed to Mrs. Schlelnier without her hua-: RIMG 16 BUT A Special latter, ," but to points on lines of other Express Companies, we prepay only to points "be
Southern Express Company transfers to said other ,
Express Company
to take such steps as will lead band's knowledge.A _

to the usual commercial treaties between LINK OF A CHAIN Of. Executor's Notice. ,

this country and Spain lie has Feat oC 1I0". lUl\n.hlp. SICKNESS H. A. HODGES.

: reported that there Is every Indication M. 'Charles Cottu, the sou of Baron la hereby given to all whom it may ...

F of the speedy settlement of the various Cottu has ridden from Vienna to,Paris AND NOTICE that six months from this date Manufacturer-of

questions luvolvt-il and he expects no lu 12 days and 14 hours on bis MISERY the undersigned will present! to lion.D.L.
mare
Danlden. County Judge of Hrevard county, ..:Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
difficulty In nrjtuiglng the treaties Irish Lass. This la l a record, the best }Florida his Anal report,accounts and vouchers,

President McKluley has decided not previous time being} that of a Hungarian ecutor together nf with the last his petition will and for testament discharge of an EmilyA ex- ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates

ri to take any extended western trip. lie otllcer, Lieutenant Zubowitz, Reynolds,deceased Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building I IT

f. I,, will go to Chicago next month to be who accomplished the Journey in 14 DR.PIERtEFAVORITE Dab il at Fort fierce,Florida,this 8th day of any part of Florida, would do well to wdte for prices. The saw mills are locate

present at the laying of the cornerstone ,days nud 5 hours Both the rider and ,June,A.D.ltOO. at Buffalo Bluff, near 1'alatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to an

f of the government building and his mare finished in excellent condition R. 8. REYNOI.P8.Executor Estate of Emily. part of the East Coast. Address; II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fa.

. j I may run up to St. Paul, but will go no considering the swiftness of the A., Reynolds, deceased.C. -- .'.

t f farther.. Mrs. McKinley's health Is assigned Journey Quite a crowd of enthusiasts T, McCarty> SAW AND
Attorney for Executor. jun168moNotice. PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD
as the reason for cutting off the welcomed the horseman on his arrival, I'nUtka. "'1&0 E. Stay St., Foot of Catberia'W'ILSON
far western trip. She has returned and numbers of cyclists on their steedsof '
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i from the summer vacation fueling steel wont to meet him. PRESCRIPTION I
COMPANY
1 much' better, but Is manifestly not given CYPRESS
Is hereby on the 2tst day ,
t jstrong enough: to endure the strain of a Medical Value of II....'. liars. BREAKS THIS CHAIN NOTICE. A. 1> luoo! ,or.. soon thereafter. Iran

long railroad trip. I'rofesllOr'Slnclalr, a high authority, be beard,I will apply to his Honor D. I.iauldeoCounty Manufacturer of -
Jndit of Brevard County, for
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When General Shatter retires as a says we are on the verge of great
$ and
of ccounu approvalof
final settlement! my
'" AND: MAKES' a
I brigadier general In the regular army therapeutic discoveries concerning the m 1 distribution of the assets of the Estate of Lath. :
Lumber
Cypress and
next month, be will be continued as a value of the sun's rays. It can cure WEAK WOMEN STRONG from B. C.the Rmlth.administratorship deceased and of for said my estate.discharge Shingles,

! major general of volunteers as a reward face ache, nervous debility, Insomnia, W. I. AU.KX.

for his services around Santiago weak lungs and chilliness. It is a finer Jensen.Fla.) Sept..8th.1889.KobboU .Administrator A large stock of Dry; C'presllloorlllg, ceiling, siding, mouldings, bingle''

;{ The vacant brigadier generalship will stimulus than wine electricity or' SICK WOMEN WELL. & Graham,Att'yt for Administrator. lath and picket always on hand, thus assuring prompt Bhipments.moulding C11'rt

probably go to General Lawton massage. The sun's ray must shinelong'on
CARL BCIIOYIxLD.l the parts art ted. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any of all patterns a specialty.

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CHURCHES. \ WOMAN AND FASHION I i patterns In white silk. The epaulets Empire Style Coming In Again. I KSTA11U8UKD 18$O. .:?'
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and the gores of the corsage are
I 'If one were to judge of the styles of
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A Costume of Drown Cloth-A VUltDren 1000 by the tailor made suits shown by Bond: Lumber Co. t tI
Services 2nd and 4th Sundays In each month log From PariEmpire the wholesale suit houses, we should .
it 11 a. m. and 7 p. m: Sunday school every Style Com In ar. conclude that they were distressinglylike
Sunday at 9:JO a. m. Evening prayer at 3 p. in. ).
on Wednesdays. Litany service every Friday those of the season just dying. Manufacturers of antI Dealers fti
it 10 a.m. This gown Is In brown cloth with But there Is another side to the sub
Archdeacon I).F.BROWN, Rector the skirt cut with a front gore which ject. These suits were manufactured LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING "
BAPTIST CHURCH. Is continued round the bottom In two months ago and follow with very small ,

Preaching every aecond and fourth Sundays circular ruffles bound with white cloth. changes the summer models. For real :Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Grange j"
morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every The upper part of the skirt forms an novelties we are compelled to look to and Vegetable Ciatos. Wo solicit c.oricapondence. i '
Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday. overskirt fastening I IT the back and the few great retail houses that Import
School Drat every Sunday Sunday at LaGrange.at 0.43 a.m.AU are Also cordially preachIng bound with white cloth. model gowns and wraps and the swell Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Fonda Mill*,''on ,., T, &; }(, W R'y. Yards at j'i
invited to attend. The bodice Is fancifully cut out In ladles' tailors and modistes who do tho DeLand and 'fl tun 1110. ';
E. N. BELL, Pastor
front, bound with white cloth, extends same. In Paris ateliers there Is never .__-__ J'
stagnation, and ever and anon there Is S ..I.I't
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. an undercurrent of startling changes. '
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 7.301"m. r What Is most noticeable at present Is _
school Geo. W. Scobie, ,
Sunday at 10 a. m i
opt. I'rapermeeting on 'Wednesday evening the alteration of the feminine figure. ,
UJJO.: 1'lie public are cordially invited to attend / Tho present desideratum Is to bate ,
,
our services.Rev.JOHN A. HUGHES,Pastor. tI very little shape at all. Corsets are
made with straight bUlks, which produce
METHODIST CHURCH an absolute flatness from the bust :!
downward. There Is no curve Inwardat
Regular services every first, third and fourth I I I'
Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday the waist now. Waistbands are I t r. t u ,\f fI
School every Sunday at 10:00: a. m. Epwortt drawn down In front to give that .. p I
League each Sunday at 3.30 p. m. Prayer meeting '
every Thursday, night at 7:00 o'clock. The graceful sinuous appearance which the 1
Ladles' Aid Society meets every Wednesday divine Sarah first acquainted us with ,.1
w 5:W p. m. tverj'body welcome at our church ,
ervices. and which she exploits to perfection. jI
Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Pastor In short, the empire style Is coming In 'f
hI I :. again and this forbids the use of the .
CATHOLIC CHURCH. ordinary corset Instead a sort of
f couttl underbodlce Is and the "
worn
Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday in new ,
Church building, North Titusville. Cblldren'i waist comes just underneaththearms.
wtechlstn at 3 p. m. dress turned
RET.J.F. O'BOYLE.Rector. An empire out by j
A VISITING DRESS. Frederlque for a leader of fashion was -'
MUNICIPAL. Sp larly ornamented and also the cuffs of cut to the shape perfectly plain, with I !
the sleeves. A band of the same trimming !
-
and
short spencer of ecru embroidery,
of well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate ;
TOWN COUNCIL. runs round the bottom of the no stays were to be worn with this The matron a

Mayor, A. i). Penney; aldermen. Jno. M. skirt. The wide waistband Is of drab costume.Urooklyn Citizen. seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary for three years,
bison, W. R- Knox, Jno. R. Walker, D. L' taffeta, and It has a long scarf, fringed sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab '
a
Gaulden.F. A. IA>8ley' assessor John Henry' at the bottom, falling down the left great
sad clerk collector and treasurer: C. Bouknight.C. S. Sohuyler The council; marshal meets aide of the skirt-Parts llerald. and ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he, is !

tint Tuesday In each month "Aren't you miserable when we are never witKout}\ them. He is willing that his name should be'used in A

-. separated" Harry a testimonial, as it might of use in persuading some other person t
think how
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. This handsome Haired Plj, nouth :\0: It makes me hnppy to
Drill miserable are because I am not them. A second old gentleman in the same institution, ,
at the Armory, over county jail,every Rock pullet was exhibited at Pitts- you to try ,
Tuesday evening In the month, at 8 o'clock. with you."-Chicago Ilccord. of has had liver trouble for and I
It. E. MIMS,JB., Captain. eighty-four years age, many years

---- ""... For a biro,. ,finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two

BOARD OF TRADE. WY YM7jF Cn tlt.tollIh.lo l! I never aw that nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer I
Meets( every second night In each clock lu tlx ilrawlnx; room before.
Wednesday "k4. headache of and nerve
spirits
month at 8:<*o'clock In rooms over i' istoltice. .Unroll!-.No, Inn when! sister beard from indigestion, causing depression ;
fwige hea.urer)1.; 8.J.O..lones.Bast,president secretary!;, J, M. DIxon, COSTUMK IN BltoWM CLOTH. you were coiutug she had It moved In. ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that: they

-- over the shoulders and forms tho top ciY ",vcU'olt l're 1'renH. always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states

COUNTY OFFICE1C8. of two'straps the sleet of and the cloth Is ornamented which encircle with that she is forty.five years of age and at times suffers with indlgcs-

I SCHOOL BOARD. the back and terminate on either side r Chilled Chloroform. tion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the

J, M. Mann( Titusville R. N. Andrews of the front A pretty little flat yoke According to The Medical Times, Iced Tabules arc very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
r; Cucoa. s. J.', oiblw, Melbourne.; of white lace mounted on wblte satin chloroform Man two lined) as an an used in testimonial. .t
Idle of the front from aesthetic In the Julius hospital at name a .i
trims the ml while below te a ,small r Wurzburg In over 14.000 canes with tho WlSTUIAaMr..4....... .-..po!.H-t wtll... b..ea ,...,..... .... ...4 ..... JM 1
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. neck to bust, 1,......fT NeMiMw_ H rawt _W puoly. .a.d sueS s..eM'... a't'P' It a.. .as
1 fceniMWalker', Titusville, vest of black velvet adorned with Jew. most ex'IIE effect It In wild to be *MU4ftu42iZ! : J iJranlte' J. R. Walkers ituivllieh; tied buttons. The wide draped collar dlUch quicker In Its action than chloroform
Miiuu"ton.\ Eat Gallle J.N. waller.Ankon.*. straight belt are ot administered at the ordinary temperature
*xmtb IleBlloRl are held Ant Monday In each band black and velvet narrow, and the long tight sleevesare and to leave none of the .____ ___ n._' u __ _.__ ________..... __ _____ _____ u u. ___ _______4
finished at the wrists with a nar nausea and depression which almostevery
COUNTY OFFICIALS. row fold of the white c1oth.-l'hlladel. one who has been under ,the ordinary : ING '

l L.J: phia Ledger, anesthetics has experfeuciMl.
GuI'Gauldeu I "Tituerille11countyuiJudgegerbj ; ; burg, 18U and Toronto 1800, taking It U. alMo believed to be much twfer
j-A:SS.TltittrUIecUwk ISL"1 Tltu vJH circuit attorney conJ| 11'1'0Parla.. first In both t" '". She l Is the prop- than other 11rf'Il8ratlol1l4.1toi tbt'r, OF: ALL KINDS '
The engraving represents a visiting Filler's Island farm Fisher'sIsland. claimed ror It that -
I 7ltrjfl' Coco, tax.assessor; 1:: W\Hall erty of so much Is we suppose ,
,f 'FIIaIrcr j tax oollector Jub.Henry,TleuvUle dress of white cloth the corsage of N. Y. The Illustration Is from It nil soon tit> trl.*d In the 1-:11 fl' Executed at the

_toll,o1 I..Ubll'C J.n lnatruetlonl J. O. I"rlu", aaperlnt.e.d,Tttul't'lIIe., which I II a' short bolero edged with a The American Fancier, >. Ulb 11IJ&llllt.I&b.-l.ofJIJon Jlotiu.. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFEIOE.
." Y surveyor;J.P.Brown,Titua,the,lberUr, band of drab cloth embroidered .with -/ v-1

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L INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 17, 1899.




-4 INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE., h- GREAT BRITAIN'S- ARMY. Indian River Real Estate Ajjenci


Lw1IILT'JOURRAL DBTOTED TO TH&r Danr, : Although many people have an BAKING I
idea has lost largely! Ott4i4 TITUSVILLE FLA.
fl' OPMCKT Or THE INDIAN' RIVET, LAKE that England I ,
9 I ..' WORTH AJTO BIMUTN* SAT ECTIOIfl of her soldiers in the Boer war, POWDER

and that she has not many more to
( PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. the 'PURE YOU would do well if ;you have property to sell algid want It advertised In
call following figures ABSOLUTELY th'paper
upon, and in the bands of J
: free of cost to lOu, put Hvejnen, to 'write at
iJ
1" show that Great Britain's army i iIb98 In -- and once I II '
this Agency for Blank Contracts, put your property before the public,
t, CHARLES: II. WALTOK, Editor & ProprletoDlicontlnuance was 600,000 men. The' following Makes the food more delicious and wholesome I y- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency.: "

taken from the bluebook JM
figures sera *._ own co "roan your
of adrU. mn t be made per recently issued, shows the PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.nn.
i tonally ftt-ltili offlc or by writing. strength of her : In ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, 2.00 to $20.00 per acre. I
army
average Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north \
; Check,etc., may be made payable to CBARLI 180S, it was!! 225,027, of whom 122, TARIFF INCREASES PRICES. WEATHER REPORT. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, tl,000 of v a i

,I. H. "iVALTOS' ,publisher and proprietor. b25 were serving aoroad. As!! to ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 miles south of Titusville. Will pay kl UUO th

nationality, 165,038 noncommissioned the By Rev. Jag. n. White, observer for year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. |
:. Addren all communications to officers and men were English Prof. FRANK L. McVsT, of Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.

INDIAN lUVT.n ADVOCATE, University of Minnesota, says : SUMMARY FOR OCTOBER, 1899. One hundred and six'' IIcres,,lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville, good f I
Scotch
t'. !! 17,285 were 28,358 "The price of tin plate has been pineapples, vegetables Ud oranges. Price, $550.00. 0 j
TITti VILLI. FLORIDA. were'Irish and 10,015 were born in the Highest temperature on the 1st. 89.1
[ increased and monopoly over
a 60
I India or the colonies. It will be Lowest 31st, -=
production of it secured through for the month 75.0
Mean
,
'k" 17. S. Department of Agriculture observed that in proportion to pop. the policy of the company in relation I Average mean for 18 years. . 74.6 Jas. :Bours:

f Weather ilurcnu-Jnpltcr, Fla., ulation, Ireland supplies!! more men to dealers and machine makers. Highest In 1882. 78.1 ,
to the British army than Englanddoes. Lowest 'a 1891. 71.0<
is thus forced
The strength of each arm The consumer to pay Rainfall in inches. .. 21.8! '
: The following is a comparative state follows Household cavalry for not only the maintenance of Average for 22 years. . . C.3I :E3aY: G-ral.n.: : Peed., P1.0u.r
was as : also the . 21.88
ment of temperature and rainfall for the the industry, but profitsof Greatest "In 1809
ft' week ending Tuesday, Nov. It, 1800. : 1,305 ; cavalry of the line, 17,848 ; the company. The English mak. Least '' 1883. . 1.33: GRI-TS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN

-1899- -1808- 'horse artilery, 3,669 ; field artilery, the market and Prevailing direction of wind., NE .
r DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIS 14,932 ; mountain artilery, 1,383 ; ers are shut out of Number of clear days . . 18 SEED ARRIVING f FRESH ALL THE TIME.
combination thus completely
the J 3
fair .
:
76 72
j 8 f 0 79 78 73 72 77 73 garrison artillery, 18,326 ; engineers .. controls the production of the com- cloudy .. 1(0 Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects;'Harmless to man ci

': 10 70 70 80 75 7,860 ; guards, 6,958 ; infantry modity inside of the country. So ." ." days with rain. 11 beast. Agent for Wilbur's (Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation,

11 77 C9 81 74 of the line, 138,033; colonial long as the tariff remains a protective Island Dome, '

i'. 12 7.0 03 75; 70 corps, 3,613 ; medical corps, 2,835: i figure, it is likely that the Merritts Island, Fla. Lowest cash prices.
13 77 05; 80 73 M MIBWHMMI f
p 14 76"- 70 81 07II ordinance corps'1,373 ; pay corps, syndicate will be able to stop any Office: 124 W Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
580. Statue of Oliver P. Morton.
Total rainfall for the 'week:. .08. During the there was an increase effort to renew the competition. Indiana will place a statue of one of

Departure from normal rainfall for the year noncommissioned her most eminent sons. Oliver P. Morton .
II of 9,980
week minus 0.72 Inches. Departure CHAS. WELSHANS
: WE have received letters In the hall of statuary at the capitol -
,
many
i
from normal rainfall since January 1, officers and men, so that on Jan. 7,
from the North from people who as soon after the convening of con
,
plus 4.85 Inches. 1899 the total strength of the regular -
C. J. DoHEirrr, Observer have heard that yellow fever was!! gress as practicable.\ The statue of '
all ranks
of
t '. army was 231,851 the !. prevalent at other places besidesKet heroic size and made of Italian marble CEMENT BRICK Lift SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
As
strengthened during present Is the work of Charles II. Nlehnus and ,
West Miami and Port Tampa
: month, by calling up some 20- represents Indiana's war governor I hi
You had better keep yards dissemination of false
your 000 reservists-men who have recently City. The the act of delivering oration. The Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
" y;; clean, and place old papers and served in the regular army new is liable to do harm, and we family of Senator Morton have taken

,. trash in a box or barrel, or you wills -the numbers about wish to inform our readers and the deepest Interest In the statue his
army now W- Write for Samples and Prices.
find Marshal IJouknlght paying'k 250,000. The enrolled strength or others that_ the law upon same is as youngest von and namesake the late

I .;: you a call. Nothing like cleunll the reserve was 78,798) before the follows : Oliver P. Morton of Chicago having Old 'Phone 8.. '}u\ 13 Hogan Street,
been one of the committee which arranged
. ness. recent call. In the militia there "Any person or persons who shall
; falsely or maliciously disseminate or for It. and they regard It as an JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
were 113,439, in the yeomanry 10- spread rumors or reports concerning tho excellent likeness and a most satisfactory -
'
f r, GENERAL OTIS assures the war 207, Ih the volunteers 230,678. The existence of any infectious or contagious pace of work. Coming home

J ;r-;., department that the health: of the government has recently taken disease, shall be guilty of a misdemeanorand one evening during the, war from along

''I'::'" United States army is good, hut at! authority for the calling forth of upon conviction thereof, shall be forced ride. Mr, :Morton TVMRtrlckon MeMurray & Baker

'/ the same time requests that all such part of the militia and yeomanry lined In a sum of not less be than $100 nor In with paralysis from which he ,
than $1,00., of imprisoned
more never recovered and until his death J
t ( medical supplies possible! he hur. as may be required to re- the county jail for not less than three With" these evidencesof
ried to Manila. plate the troops sent to South: Africa months nor more than six months." used crutches. 410,412,414,41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.lleadqnal'ters .
, (, his lameness he \invariably associated
and will be
01 probably 75,000 by those who knew him In later for-

t .I(;':, TUG Orlando Sentinel and Re. kept in service till the war is ended,, GOVERNOR'S THANKSGIVING lue, but there Is'no hint of this Infirm-

making a total force receiving full In the Niehaus statue. The subject -
(- porter have been consolidated, and PROCLAMATION. ity Vehicles Harness
pay about 325,000 men. A force stands erect and firm In the> full Wagon Material Bicycles
. : we wish the proprietors every suc ,
r : Editor L. C. Vaughnn has or some 275,000, more or less efficient Governor Itloxlmm'a Annual Call to 1'rafeeand vigor of his prime wearing a long
< ; cess., would remain to be called Thank. beard and dressed l In the "pigeon tail and Sundries. ,
a retired from the field of journalism '
'
for home defense in case of The gathered harvest of the closing ed" coat worn by statesmen'before and
" and gone to New York to enter into upon which would make a year and the satisfactory returns of our during the war. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

,,41 the stockbroking business. Ills emergency, labors in the field and other branches of .
i\\ many friends much regret his departure grand total of 600,000 men. Industry all proclaim our obligations; to WHERE to stop. See list of, hotels on at short notice.
that controls and guides our 7th pages.
from Orlando, where he the Divinity
r, our destiny. Within the borders of
>; has resided many, years. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA.During Florida the people have been blessed TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .

'f 1-,tk i '_ with peace and comfort. Dope will wel- HAMMOND PACKING co.

1 THE Prince of Wales is the only the past two years, says of come these the and coming other year.blessings In recognition and in following! are the times of arrival (Formerly The G. Hammond Co.)-
md departure of trains to and
t the Atlanta Journal, there have and in passenger OUR SPECIALTIES
Commiseloner General for Great obedience to a revered custom, from Titusville: :

.b. Britain and her colonies at the been many signs of growing friend. accordance with the proclamation of the BOCTHDOUJiD. "Com Special" hams and breakfast bacon
0' President of the United States, William:
Paris Exposition ; in fact the Prince ship between the two great English Leaves Titusville for Fort Lander-I
D. Bloxham, Governor of the State of aU'OO; P'mLirives "Coin canned meats."Calumet"
nations. "Hands dale&intermediate points / Special" .
. h the only foreign royal or imperial speaking across Florida, do hereby Issue this, my proclamation from.. Jacksonville. > 3:00: '
the sea" is sentiment to 11:30" hams and breakfast bacon.
t "I' personage who has identified a conjure appointing Thursday, the

himself, personally, with the exposition with both in the United States and thirtieth day of November, .A..D. J809is : Leave TIruavllle for JfOBTIinOUSD.Jacksonville 1 5:30amand "Calumet" lard.

:::' of 1900. IIe is greatly interested England. Our people cannot for. a day of thanksgiving: and praise to Intermediate points i lit 1:41 n.m Homemade lard.
.
.
And I
Providence. <> pure
an all-wise request ,. for Sanford 7:00 a.m
;,;'w in the coming show, and has get that when wt went to war with the; people of the Sate to lay aside their "Peerless" compound lard sausages

visited Paris several times this year, Spain and there seemed to be a usual business vocations and unite In ,
of interference thanks to a wise and merciful and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i" taking an enthusiastic, and personal robility European living YOUR WATER
FILTER
v, interest in the erection'of Great against us, England: said in tones God by suitable religious devotion and kindnessto and
10 ministrations of charity
, bt: :: Britain's buildings. which every threatening power un. ; those who are In poverty or affliction.In .
derstood quite well : "Don't you testimony whereof I have hereunto AND AVOID DANGER WILLIAM CLARKE SANITttJM

dare I" From the British press, set my hand and caused the great seal of ................... ... ..... .. .. .. ...
1 THE fall migration of trmps has .from British statesmen and from the State to be affixed at Tallahassee. ,

f1, \ ? commenced in earnest, and many irganizations of Britons of almost WILLIAM Governor D. BLOXIIAM of Florida., No.Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Residence Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

j'' of Southern their arrival.papers are.They making are a note every kind. came to us words of By the Governor-Attest: should be without the Anti- Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets .

report sympathy and assurances that if JOHN L. CllAWFOKI, and
and Wash Stands. vessels of all kinds
a j'' ed to be plentiful in t Georgia and any' government should turn its Secretary of State, Germ Water Filter. d Copper

Florida and descriptions re-tinned.
North many are working
hand against us the paw of the
. 1 their way slowly but surely Lion would smash and rend that JAMAICA SORREL.It .

towards Jacksonville. They are land. H 37 Forsyth St. near Laura Jacksonville Florida
undoubtedly a worthless lot of men, may be of interest to some at this ,
with the
We believe that great _
and should they visit Titusville, time to know when to pick the seed podsof
majority of the thinking people of l'l'el that used for
the Jamaica are I
( Marshal Bouknight will soon have the United States' there lives yet sauce or jelly says the Orlando, Reporter.I'hrco \ : FOR' STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I

: ", them at work on our streets, to save the spirit of-glorious: old Tatnall, dajs after the blossoms drop the .
them the trouble of paying so many calyx and seed pods makes a good sauce
who in the China
of Georgia seas
visits the backdoors of Cook about the same at you do cranberies. : -
.I. to our resIdences turned the guns of his fleet to the For jelly, pick live days after blosom Benedict Pollak &: Co. Wholesale House

, t. aid of England in her hour of, need, falls. Cover I the pods with water ,

and, boll to extract the juice, strain and
with the immortal exclamation
Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. and Screen
''I 1 Use two Sandfly Netting
other
i THE Jacksonville Evening Call "Blood is thicker than water." proceed of as sugir in to throe jellies.cups of juice. II 1! Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Coitonades. Coats' Cotton, in all numbers -

) "keeping up with the procession." We have more in common with The cups pods w 11 make jelly just before they Iv3d'' fit'' 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid toDrrespondence.

: It has been in existence over three }<;England by race, tradition and blossom, but there is uot quite enough Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
Water being clear and sparkling Is no corporations and hotels Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we
.'j months, and in tint time it has principle than with any other nation acid In them.D. of Jacksonville, proof it U pure. Well or cistern water have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
.
made quite a record for !itself. ItIj' and the ties that bind us in R. Pllsbury, be of says: I that is full of typhoid fever and malarial
A little bit of experience may use BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
i P; has been enlarged to an ,eight-page spite of the two fierce conflicts we In settling the question of the usefulness I germs may be perfectly clear.Is ,

Ij'+ f, paper; is newsy and clean, and have had will never be loosened of Jamaica sorrel. Supposing It to ho a I muddy your or cloudy drinking? or Readily cooking cleanse water it 32, 34, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

\ gives the Associated Press dispatches without a loss of both honor and desirable addition to rather the list far of north produo-for I from all earth, sand, insects or slime, -
is
DoLand
every evening. Mr. MeNamee interest to each party.. the bans.plant unless It Is started early and Is the ,water you use bad smelling or 2fJEWELED.

r, .makes a good editor, and set out wllen the weather Is sure-enough tasting I ? Is it too much trouble to clean WATCHES CLOCKS
writes of those nonsensical hot-weather and out t the cistern or well as often as should ,
none warm, for it is a plant,
GENERAL OTIS has notified the I Ipodli. be[ ? Is the drainage from house, stable
attempts at editing that are usually War department of the wrecking of needs a long season to begin: to branchIng yield I or t privy dangerously near. your water
It is a vigorous grower, Diamonds
found in the first column of the hundred times supply, so as to make you anxious f Jewelry
the cruiser Charleston, off theortheast and blooming as . ,
fourth of the Times.Union Slave J[ you had typhoid or malaria in your ,
is related.
r page much as cotton, to which it
coast of Luzon. The f I
., and Citizen-what many call "the Charleston the vessel It t will yield enough If only it would begin family I lately and realized that the water 'r w i I I Souvenir Wedding Rings and Presents.
column." was first war sooner and not wait until the day 1 need! may be responsible for it? Then .. .. ,
funny sent to re-inforce Admiral Dewey, before a frost. As to its value when you I get a LITTLE DROWN JUG FILTER (IQ( ii

at Manila, and on her way took do set It, In the absence of acid fruit, \t its low popular price, and you are FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
I sate It will remove impurities.
'IUUEVElt!: the American troopsgo possession of the Island of Gaumto currants, gooseberries and cranberries,
in the It; will do, but I could not get my family !jJ3f: They are very cheap,' and will.allt &LVERY1M '
Philippines they are accompanied the surprise of the Spanish com- A srECIALTT.
to enthuse much over it, nor did those I Ito a life-time. When writing for information
by a squad of signal lander, who did not know that, a whom I give It for trial. It grows I please inclose stamp. All or Spectacles iyid Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,

tv corps men, who are kept busy putting state of war existed. There was like a wood, has a h\blscus-like bloom (lore> must be accompanied by cash. 22S: \V. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
up telegraph and telephone no loss of life in the wrecking of aDd If the pods are picked when colorei For] full particulars, apply to the agent,

I poles and running wires from one this fine vessel, and most of her but good not for too the old table., may be classed as fairly CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville, Fla.

place to another, As the American rmament and stores were saved. gA' ., Every Home, School and Q/fke should ownWebster's

troops advance, two lines .. .

stretch back to the rear, and instant AN English journal prints the .0. L. KEENE... W> 1ER'S International Dictionary
..
communication is established with following parody on "I Don't Like nJr-: ;ENGLISH!! Biography> Geography, Fiction/ etc. ,

headquarters. General Greeley is You Any More and it is now STANDARD AUTHORITY'i of the l U.S. Su rem. Court..llbe Siale Supreme
go.Jng Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions 1Yumhtwmmcndcd: be 5uteaSu ertnteadrate .od 01 early.11 .
receiving reports. from Manila et 1'tcaiJeotSaud
the rounds of various news a.er Educator.lmoat' without number.WEBSTER'S Schools,COIlca;
his
that .
bowing men are doing'ex. L
: .
cellent work. The War Department papers : Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery Corsets with .ylJu.WIcGlouuyol'
t "We don't want to buy at your place, .' COLLEGIATE
has shipped a tremendous DICTIONARY Scotch Verde and
We don't trade there any more, Phrua.
nR'S
WDr
amount of supplies for the corpsin You'll be sorry when you leO us Prompt attention paid to all orders A ulary new book,th..lelinii larent ol the ridmenli ol Ibc.Juicn ational JI bas a rable YOCabo SATE>

the island of Luzon, including Going to some other store. iaa comp It,.Ppcndta nn il wd a wale :l vat,uaL'iDf' ::.p=ram p. ea ud II richly -..MOm<'

1,500 miles of wire and equipmentfor You can't sell us any stale Roods, 'I'hlall one of the oldest and moat reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the. latest

100 telegraph stations and 50 We have opened wide our eyes; Patterns and Style. Specimen popes rte o/both tools tent on appU al'un.
We don't want to trade at store G. & C. MERRIAM
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your Oq.Publfahe
i telephone stations. Sprfnffidd.l&-. S. A.
Because you do not advertise. 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura, '. JACKSONVILLE, FI.A,










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(Orange sad Eau bean-Gallie.shipments have com- after Charles several Rockledge.Singleton-Is'. at honfe. again, .FERTILIi I I ZE R S..v

enced. months spent at .Ormond /, .
Oantden of Tltusvllle, was In Major Magruder has I
n L. purchased a horse .
i last Saturday and Carriage, which aro greatly enjoyed : ,
o"
Houston Is visiting RockjJewdTltnsvllle by his family i: '
Laura
. [1 this week. vile F. Hatch left'Saturday for JacV son- SPEOIAL; PRICES'm:

The oplet steamer overhauling Spartan and Is re-tang a Weec festivities.where he111 tako In the Uala : -


W. J-Nesbitt has been visiting H. J. Smith left the first of the week

)land Mrs. Webb, at St. Augustine. for New Jersey. He will probably not [i
return until Christmas : i Gro""VVers. Jti
rhas.. B. Merrill and wife, of Kansas H. J. Smith .. Finea.pple -
bare arrived at their winter home brought south with him a ,
j, fine bay horse the mare he had here last .
t tropic.yneineer year having died during the summer. .A.11 .E1.round : : ,

Ding's train John for Bravo Miami, took where Sunday his Miss Katie Devlin arrived here from t-l Price $26.0O.GUARANTEED J3T' Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to ;

ittsburg, Saturday to spend the winter
children are 111. with her father, whose health continues ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.

Geo. Houston Is undor contract to very poor.J. Moisture..................................................t.............. ...... g to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
alld a number of new fish boats for A. J. Ammonia. .......... ........ .... ..........?....... 5 to e ,
of Sebastian. White and wife returned home E-t Sgnalto8ulpLa teotAmmoNa.r.................,,,ut..<................. 20 to \SB BLOOD AND BONE: ACID PHOSPHATE ',
Sample, last Saturday. Mr. White expects to A Tillable rhonphorio Acid. .,r. ..,......................... ................. 8 to e ,
Kitchen of Punta make Equal to none Phosphate IJme..i.. ....,...., It to IS '
}frs, Wm. ,this week Rassa some alteration In his cottage before FotanhlU 0.......................,......,... .. ................................. B to e DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA, .,
was here a day or so visiting opening for the season. Equalt08ull'bateof Potato........;.......... .....................,....,.,. 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF .
er son, leaving! for TItusville, Tuesday. George Hatch and i Magnesia, LimeSoda, etc...... ,... .,... ,..... ................un.dat080 AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS, E-t

Sheriff Brown was In town last week returned, Saturday night Sydney from Williams a week's E-t S3T" Write for Special i Pamphlet.: TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES i :

iking after jurors. :Messrs. Dawton hunt West of the St. Johns. They re- a COTTON; SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POT ISIIES.I. :
odgson and Taylor were caught In theet. port game rather scarce. 23T- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
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Two of the Cocoa. Gun Club members H prices. ; .

Mrs Lily Lane and children returned went to Jacksonville, this week, to at-

to Fort Pierce, Monday after severalys tend the stun shoot and show those people Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for ;
visit with relatives here and at Do- up there what Cocoa. boys can dol

nDe. We trust that they may not come home Pamphlet.


Qct Archdeacon services at Brown St. John's Is expected church to, next con. "sadder For some, though time wiser a. report men.nas" been cur LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

day, it being his regular appoint- rent that Mr. Proskey was expected"In ,,
ant a few days" but so far he has failedto

put In an appearance. It is said that J' 5ckcorivi11o: 'lori.d.a: '
F. S. Fee, of Melbourne Is re-roofing/ he will have the Hotel Indian River re- I I
hotel
Eureka building. There is
the roofed, painted and thoroughly renovated -
of the hotel
prospect being opened before opening.On .
ortly. Melbourne. Lotus. New Nan,,,. For ;Mnnth. Profoswional Cnrcln.UKOKOI ;
account of tho wind the
heavy
Dr. and Mrs. Ilebard and family ar- Several ionium papers are express ,<
marksmanship at the shoot last Fri
rived last week and are occupying the gun tug dissatisfaction with the names of M. Ronm. WALTERS.OHAIIA.M. t
day was not so good as usual. It is the J. N Chalker and E. R. Provost attended -
cottage. They will perhaps makethis first time Class D medal has not been GOODS A OOODK.-Rflftl Kdtate and Ixiann. I the months. These critics \point out BOBBINS A GRAHAM,
to business at Cocoa ,,
their permanent residence.C. Agent for JKtna, Ixmdou nnil Liverpool and Saturday '
that It Is absurd for and
won by some one-all the scores falling Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special ICiiropcntis\
A. Dupont has established a branch below twenty, the required numberfor attention paid to tho Interests of mm,realdentfl. Mr.:and Mrs. Blslu-e received tho find I Anierlonns of today to dedicate ono- ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, '

saw mill at Pineda and it is expected a its acquisition. J.. M. Sanders still retains news of the death of their little grand. sixth of the your to the memory of Julius OFFICK 1I01111s-From-: to 12 a. iu.

large amount of lumber will be turned Class B medal. son Monday night. em'Mllrlilt! .Augustus to nniiio/ a and 2 to 4 p. m. ''
for the ADVOCATE
nr" Subscilptions
,
out Mr. Middletown will\ have charge Rev. Mr. Smith, wife and little boy the'pink paper of the East Coast will be Capt. Ramsey formerly of the steamer third after heathen gods and 1 goddesses TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. .1
of the mill. arrived from New York last week and received at the Melbourne Postoffico. Silver King/ came up from Eau Gallic to have two months of doubtful P. O. Box, log ;

We regret to learn that Mr. Harris is are domiciled in the Palm cottage on Tuesday to spend a few days on !his nninenclnturo and to designate the Will practice In all the courts- ut an.1 fed .

dangerously ill, 'at Daytona, and trust tonon Barton avenue. Mr. Smith will probably place. remaining four l h y misleading numerals oral.
John Nicholson returned home last Special fumlitlos for examining; and perfectInfantilities. -
get news of his recovery. Mr. Harris have charge of the Presbyterian church from Ormond. Oraingos aro getting/ ripo very fast, and September being obviously! ninth .
and his family were former residentsEau here this Winter He held services at Saturday they will begin to move forward this and not seventh In order -.--

Gallie. the Methodist church in Cocoa Sunday Mrs A. P. Truman and L. J. Proctorof week to the markets. There is, of con rut1, nothing to nay T-VR., HOUGHTON'S r.

Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt returned Monday night. Burlington, Vt., are guests of the H. C. Creech and the Misses Creech against this argument from, the pointof ,

evening from a fortnight's visit to friends Capt. A. J. Canova and B. W. Jerome Grand View cottage. and Gl.ulwin. of Banyan were shopping view of common BUIIHO, but unfortunately ,
Daytona, St. Augustine and Jackson- and wife arrived from the north last Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker and }(r. lu our town Tuesday. common sense Is not always FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSou

rille, very much benefited by her pleas- week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome left Tues- Robert Baker of Rhine. Ga., are visiting Mrs. H. B. Stewart and Miss Maudo the ruling power lu human nf tho (Denton)
lot outing day for Brantley where they will stay Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker. fairs. Not only the months but the
until their is of. Hardoo wero driving around town Mon. Now nt Palm Beach..tL. ;. ;
Mrs W. II. McIntyre after a month Mr. Jerome orange he crop has a disposed fine of Miss Annie Goode Is spending a few day. days of the week, too, and! Indeed I most --TTtjiiu. _- __- r- ---1 .. ---
at says crop with her grandparents Mr. and of1S bear names which arc cither
or more spent Daytona during the ab- days ,
fruit but so much of it is being stolen Messrs. White and Lyman of Geor-
oce of Capt. McIntyre at West Palm that he is obliged to be on the spot to John Goodo at South Melbourne. giana, were hero Wednesday. meaningless or Inappropriate, and perhaps D. GAULDEN,
each, is again at home, arriving last look after It. Captain West wife and charming we like them nil the better on
.
J. It. and B. J. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .
Thursday evening. daughter Miss Williams who arrived Ragan/ Jorncgan wore that account
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Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt Is enjoying a visit here last week from Bunker Hill, 111., attending to business hero this week. Some of our Teutonic contemporaries Will practice In all the Court of the State
-One of the water filterscan 01 Florlilu, and tho United States Court.
anti-germ
from her brother W. F. Boswell of are now snugly fixed in their Florida The new saw mill at Pineda. can bo suggest reverting to the old 1 designations i. '
be seen working at the ADVOCATE \ llox.m TITUSVILLE, TLA.
rent Bridge Canada, after a separation home seen very plainly from our town. of their uncivilized ancestors,
office. See ad. on 4th page.Bahia. Money to Loan II
lover fifteen years. Mr. Boswell is en- which resemble. closely enough those .
The Ladies' Circle of the Congrega- Hugh Booth one of our energetic
Dying his first I visit to Florida. gational church bold their Experience farmers Is feasting on ripe tomatoes of tho French revolutionary calendar.But GOLDSMITH: ,

The steamer, Courtenay got back from Social last Tueday evening/ at Grand almost dally one doubts whether the kaiser 1VI. ,
rest Palm Beach last Saturday and is View cottage. A most interesting pro- even would venture on such an Innovation. -

moored in Eau Gallie river until it is decided gramme was furnished and a nice little as Vegetable seed] arrive.planting A /few Is going beans/ on will as fast be Another idea is to adopt ineru A't't)1INEY; -A'r-LAW, ,

to again place her In commission.She S. Tiner and family left here, Monday sum was added to the Parsonage funds. picked next week. numbers, but that, too, has been tried Tltusvlllo, Florida.

has been thoroughly overhauled. for Kissimmee, where they formerly. re Invitations are out for tho marriage of by the Quakers and found want lug.- ,
sided. FltzJames IIIndrv to Quito a number attended the Holiness London Chronicle.A .
Mrs. John Goode of the Rev. Louis
Melbourne
was a
meeting at tho school house and '
T
Sunday J. WEBB
elcome caller Mrs. Miss Alice Bell Armstrong, at Palm ,
Wm.
on Treiitlersently. Mrs. Waylor, Miss Willie Otwell and good attention was paid. j
> Mrs Goode and Mrs. Treiitlerere Ray Otwell sailed to Bonaventure and Beach Dec Glh. Mr. Hlndry's many LAnd Tide .

near neighbors at Hyde Park, Chic- back on Sunday. Melbourne\ friends wish this happy paira Recent observations with the seismograph ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
long life of prosperity and /good cheer. Little Brown Jug Water Filters ;
over $1.25and
igo twenty-five years before coming Will In the
Courts tho
at Mauritius have led to the practlco of 7tk
Mrs. Bethel J. Stewart and children
to Florida. $2.50: Claude Walton agent.Remember .
,
The Ladies' Guild of tho Episcopalchurch that the aud Circuit Taxes paid for nonresidentsand
Mrs. Lane and two babies, and Miss __ suggestion/ not only ocean
Among those visiting Jacksonville this Jessie McMillan passed through here on will give an entertainment at r the atmosphere but even tho laud niuv rents and accounts collected.

week are Mr. and Mis. Wm. Treutler G. Sunday morning from Banyan, where Hotel Bellevue Friday evening, Nov ADVOCATE that the INDIAN RIVER experience tho effects! of n dally tide Tltusvlllo, Florida.
.Paddison W. J. Nesbitt 17th at 7'tO:: o'clock. Admission. to. be does all kinds of job printing
and
George they had been visiting for a few days at short running round and round thu earth a" ,
Jones P. A. McMillan of paid at the door. Sods each; children notice. Send them an order I
also a; for, Banyan, was en route to Bovine. half price. This Includes refreshments. and be convinced that it Is the place to It revolves ou Its axis. But while tho : T O. FRIES, C. E.

passenger train,'also, Mrs.Jacksonville Ragan/ of Ban.ononddy's Within the past week men, mules machinery have job printing done.Ormond.. tides In thu air and tho sea are due .

Ian etc., have arrived in Pineda for the when more to the moon than to tho HUH, the COUNTY SURVEYOR.

the purpose of erecting a sawmill.. It Is -Please supposed "land tldi>" arises solely Laud legally surveyed nnd subdivided.Mapping .
'The Hotel Granada will open Dec. 1st, is to be hoped that this new enterprisewill writing advertisers. from tho 8un'1ctlon.. Moreover, 'It U
under the management of Hallockellcs. meet with every success; as It will neatly done. Estimates for
caused not by tho attraction of thou
Mr. Welles is from Chicago and be beneficial to the country.The Drink pure filtered water and keep all kinds of engineering works. Disputed -
rill make the Granada attractive to its very healthy. See those fine filters for sale by Miss Phoebo Kitchell, having spent tho sun: but by UK heat A wave of doprcsslou lines
,
(most capacity. Mr. Mitchell will be ADVOCATE has published quite a Claude Walton agent Tltusvllle. the summer In the north, returned home I l la supposed to follow tho mm a specialty

wociated with Mr. Welles in the new number of weddings of late, but there last Friday. from east to west, caused by tho extraction TITUSVILLK, Brevurd Co., FI.OUIDA.
Moagement. was another one in town last Wednesday Have you paid your subscription? Will Howes of Oak Hill several of moisture from tho soil At
,
when John Hopkins and Miss If not p"'.)ass do so. spent
night, Mauritius It Is found that there1 Is
days in Ormond last week his n W. ALLEN
Recently at visiting ,
Pineda Squire McMillan united in the holy
Alice Livingston were GEORGE
performed the brother, T. 1'. Howes. relative upheaval of tho land to tho
ceremony which united bonds of matrimony. Bethel J. Stewartof
11168 Alice Livingston and John the Mr. And Mrs Wlllhm west of the place of observation from ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Hopkins Bovine, performed ceremony. LaGrange.Our Scoblo and Miss ,
The wedding was attended by a large Only the immediate friend and relativeswere Anna Llppincott after a several montha'vlllit morning/ until vvenlug lIud1 relative Key West FlorVU.
Dumber of friends from Eau ttallie Bone present amounting ,to about fiftyor In the north, returned to Ormond depri'MKlon on the' Maine/ tilde/ or an up ,
I Tropic and Banyan who wished more. Refreshments and music were northern) friends are preparing for Monday.Tho heaval 1 to the east during the ulgbt. Will practice In the United States

the happy couple all manner of joys and indulged in until a late hour. The new- their southern (flight and State Courts Ojunt>:
work the nddtltlon the
bog' life. on now to nhld
ly-weddcd couple will rct>ido In Banyan. golden color and Ormond hotel 1s : Nolr.
Oranges,:: are turning a progressing rapidly, and
:-If you In search reminds one of times of old. the manager hope to have It complete Whent sown one or two Inches] In E. SMITH, :M. D.'
are of
!"W the 'bargains/ Please: write tiS whenever you fall to Tittisvlllo for the opening In January depth usually gives better results tliau, RALPH ,
ADVOCATE out
columns from were \
carefully.Georgiana. Quite' a party
receive the ADVOCATE.If when Heeded deeper except In a very
to tho Baptist Association, Sunday.T. Mr, Lewis J. Cowan of Daytona and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t
Is }
when deeper Bowing Ill -
'- you want good insults, you will A, Johnson and Uncle Tom have married Miss Katie last Parks, of Fort Pierce, were dry\'lImblo.11 BOIIHOU. a rule, wheat flown with a Specialist In GcnltO Urinary and Rectal :

r find the ADVOCATE an! excellent advertising been on the sick list the past werk, but Ijel'ass, justice Wednesday of the peace evening, olllclailng./ W, O. press drill In better than when own Diseases '
medium.
: are around again. with u boo drill says American Agrl- W Forsyjh Street.
Mother Hall made Mendel his friend T. John MIlligan, of Sioux City arrived cult 111'lllt. / '
pleasant call on Chub presented JACKSONVILLE FI.OUIDA.
in Ormond last ,
Iin. Hiscock on Sunday afternoon Fort Pierce. A. Johnson with a fine porker for. Xmas to add several Saturday.hundred He came tents prepared to- The potato should. bo carefully handled ;

Mrs Owen made a trip to Cocoa pn a one day last week. )his orange grove to protect the trees In digging,: and storing BO u neither 0. If. I'EETE,

npgping expedition taking her bicycle Clarence Summerlin and family moved Jake Mendel, it in rumored, has rented from the 001(1.Impure to cut or bruise It. A bruise may p\R.

back to St. Lucie Monday. the McCrory place); for tJ J years. Wonder not bu so fatal an lu tho case of fruit EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT.
H. what that means, Jake? but It lead! to decay ,
J. Allen v water U the cause of much may
and son Fred, returned Our little burgh Is filling up fast; a
"": Uaytona, several days ago, In their vacant house is hard to find. All the boys In town met at Uncle Tom sickness. Remedy this by getting fine Tho probability of squashes and 608 Cherry Street
(" nat, and are stopping with Mr. and Frenslev's to see the stars fall on Tuesday filter from Claude Walton Tltusvllle. miiHknieloiis growing"near together becoming Macon, Ga.
Yd. I Cock. Quite a number of our citizens took In night; whether It was tho stars or mixed! or hybridized by cross

CharlesVerning the excursion to Jacksonville the girls is the question. Palmetto Drug{ Store, Daytona. pollination U Inllnltcslinally small, as
has been quite ill for McL. DANOY, D. D. L.
Ie' ral dayg bur ( ed to carry the Mrs. Tubbs and family returned from Green and Leo Coats expect to leave they belong to different genera the WMl

Silloi' time. Under the skillful treatwterln their visit up the coast Saturday. leave for their new putchaso and future Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet MuaHh| being n cucurbltu nod the

went of Dr. Chambers, be Is slowly re- Quite a number of drummers have home the old Alex Bell place ou Ten soaps, brushes, combs. perfumery and moult melon a ciiciinilM. Orange Judd Graduate of Philadelphia College of

been In town lately. Business pickingup mile creek in a couple of weeks. fancy toilet articles In great variety. "'11 rUll,'I' ('contribute this opinion on a Surgeon, class 1872. I'uifcct operations

considerably.Capt. Our little church was crowded to overflowing M. HUSTON, propr. much talked of question. promised. Hazoltlno Block, corner Bay .

I. Roseland. Shaw. of Ormond, was In town ( Sunday morning, to hear W. E. Under the suggestive heading of and Laura JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ROBERT .
last week. He paid the House of Refugea Stanton: of ban Maten preach and they rrJ1t D..C"V'I.YOto "Death In the Well" Ohio Fanner observes ,

$ visit while here. were not disappointed in hearing! a good : Thu statistics of board of McCAUREL, :

k+eland.h Davie. of Ver0' &Dt Sunday In Mr. Hood returned Monday night; from sermon. Went flay St Jacksonville, health deinoiiitriito that tho maximum :

an extended trip through Georgia, look. Henry Futch J. D. Ennis and Robert FINK of glckiicH! and the minimum of waterare CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I
Henson are on a week's hunt on the St. coincident lu Heptembci' or Octo
h m1tioleysare visiting and two her parents, a good ten years younger. John's prairie making their headquar \Wines Liquors and Cigars ber. Usually low stage of water rcj>- Churches specialty, Steam/ atone works'
anJllrs. Don't forget the festival for the Methodist place, look out for ducks of
D. Cain. tern at Jim's ; no rl'lI(>lI .1t n concentrated state contamination CONCORD AND rnirciiAitn UTS.,
church next Saturday; also don't and venison steak for :Sunday's: break. Anbeuser-Buscb Extra Pale ; heuce typhoid fever outbreaks
ranees
a *: are commencing/ to ripen and forget your pocket books, boy fast. on Draught that are traceable almost directly CUAIII.ESTO.V, So. CA.
? !! shipped from the Frost Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally.
pror : and twins returned Monday water and Its \
and UoselaDr Mrs. Lane The best of Service and a pleasant quiet to the drinking
J'l'adgett groves. evening from their visit to Bovine, all To The Deaf sewn JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. lourco of supply during these month STEPHEN E. FOSTER, e
kh of White City stopped over looking much better for their trip. ...
Jac'r.ay, and then continued his trip hold services --- A TTOUNEY.A T.LA W
,
his Archdeacon B. F. Brown A rich lady, cured of her deafness and
: accompanied by
touaiq R.lOnnvllle. here last Monday at the Fort Pierce noises In the head! by Dr. Nicholson's Rooms-UO and 413: Gardner Building:
List ,hotel. Quite a number were In attend- Artificial Ear Drums gave $10,000) to his FOR WAGONS OF ALL KINDS
Week FLA.
:r a broken flange derailed a Institute so that deaf people unable to JACKSONVILLE, :'

!Ioolle and jut his north of the bridge. Mr. ance.Miss Madge Bell left for Jacksonville, procure the Ear Drums may have them "'" men were all night and free. Address No. 1134, The Institute,
visit to her grandparent b(. M1CIIELSON "
,
bext Monday on a BUGGIES CARTS AND WAGON MATERIAL
day ;
101t ceuld be getting It On the track miss bar very much 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. A,
mad lOVed5! ; Tuesday's freight midst trip.our w
away last of the wreck. but wish her a pleasant ATTORNEY and

7- As an advertising medium, no ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK, Go to......... COUNSELLORATLAW.Criminal .
-Do YOu the favor If our paper on the East Coast can beat the
would esteem
want to buy or sell property crWe: t Specialty
ladlatt ADVOCATB. Give us a trial advt, Law a .
calling
River when writing or upon
t If you'do.wrlte the readers

i..... See page ate Agency, Titus-. etc.our,advertiser would mention to purchase the ADVOCATE.merchandise, and be. convinced of the pink paper'sworth. R. :i 3. nvEXELflUS: rr.: : TiTUsviLLu, FLOJIIDA JACKSONVILLE, .. FLOBIDA



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER. 17, 1899.

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Marshall Field appears to be easily -. .

the richest man 10'Cblcaro. a

1w General Nelsob A Miles 1 I. very fond .. 1 Tim Table la Effect Jane 11, 199..a. .
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of rowing and Is a.skillful'hand at an yl ..
Potash. oar. w a ...IR
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"w. J. Partridge; the wealthy Englishman 4feV .
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h f M NORTHERN afi ;
now lit New""-ToTkvtrm { $ w
) ) Barney
T7NOUGH of It must t* : ,Darhate't. closeWfrleed; : .. '1 a- ': .. .1 .ad "a'_' !
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690aV45a I 4.\p Lv TltnivllU FKO A) -:-
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contained In fertilizers
Nagaroml. the, great Japanese tar KL \ ...... II )p ,>. St. Angnstlne ALv. ...... ton
t otherwise failure will surely yer, Is In Paris, where he U studyingthe ...... 430p ..,... S20aor ?... 74905p p ..Jackson vllle.?. ...... 1l00a..... T40pBttp 910.TXh.
.. .. B20p ,. .. :..... &2IIp "..... Site ..... IIUp 81 '"
workings of the French law courts. ..:.'... 6/SOp : : OMA ...,.. Ar..Fernaardlna..1V -.... fanaSDOa ...... e16p '"
t result. See that it It there. 'The'Warr/uls of Lorne, son-in-law" of t ...... 750/.lu.. :: JOJOa ...... 968p : ...... ...... 8 '"
y yoi ...... ...... ...... 113fla ...... ...... Ar... Brnnsw k. _XvAr. ...... 5a* ...... 4 ... '"
Our backs tell 'all about Queen Victoria''has just patented s bicycle ...... .... .'...1227( ...... 1160( ....Savanrnhf.. ...... 6V*. ...... SOTp OOp ... ...
brake which I Is to be fixed to the ...... ..... '600p 123Sp304p ...... 11 Wa LT... 'f1llJMb..A.r ,..... S-OR* 114/1a 2Mp .::.;; '
fertilizers. They are sent ...... ;4,938p 220p ...... 184 Ar. F.lrfaK.8. C..LV ...... SOOasoea 8 ana 12 Ma ... .;.
J back wheel. .... ..... .....JOSUp .. 'tt'Ja ..DMMarlr.SO ..*... SlOa 1210 .". ....
free.to all farmers applying t I DrV: Max' Crener of Buffalo has ..:.... .:.... ...... ...... ecna438a ...Anrtidta.Oa. ...... r".. B20a ..;..?. ...
been F ...... ...... ...... ,asP ...... ..II Columbia.8.C. .*. .. 1247$ :..... 10 X* .... ."
forthem.fSRMAN. decorated'wltb the cross of. the Legion ;' -. ...... ...... ...... .. ,......... nasa < Spartan bora 8 O.M. .,:* loon( ...... ...... ....., :..
of Honor 'for saving the life of .... ...... .... J"top AAbtvllte"R.c., ;..**: IMp ...... .... .,
I
a ....: ::.. .... ANip ,..... flOOa1047a Charlotte,K.C. II ... .. 102Op" 81 ....:. ....
;!!: KALI WORKS, French seaman. < : a....l. .....: ::.... 10 lOp ....., Sallibury.N.C. .**:)*. 828p.;... 114.1 ...... ......
...... ...... ...... 112Tp .. ... Greensboro. N. 0" 72 fiSOa .
83 Mama$..,New Tad! I The Duke of Westminster whose __ ...... ...... liana6COa :... Inc:& II Uanvllle.Va.: :::::: eoI2Mn( :::::: 41Saiinnp :.:.'.". ....
horse Flying Fox, recently won him p ..'.!.".. ...... ... .. .:.... e26p II JUcbmoud.Va. f' ..... ...... ...... .....
,2: ..... 325p "LynchbnrgYs.( .. ... 3 Up ...... .
: ...... aMp ....
has
the .
150,000: : pre tlted mm to the VA ...... ...... ...... 4 !lOa :..ti.. p Charlott..ville. II .:*.. !'FOP 122% ...... ..::
Royal Alexandria' hospital Rbyl, of ; ...... ...... ...... TMa ...... 9:p Washington. :4 ,,. ItSte :::::: B20p522p ...... .....
...... ..... ...... B12a1135a .....1125p" Baltimore" 2a .... 7Mp .,.... ;
which, he is presidents. ...... ...... ...... ...... S6fia mUaddlpbl :::::: & ....:: ....
Hon. John A.. Ulngbam who was a .. .... .. .. .. 203p ...... 823a" New York,, .........a4 ...... 2BOp ...... ..,..
l -s contemporary of tialusba A. Grow during Tri-W cckly Sailings.. ..:..: ...... ..... 1l00p... .. 300p 1'... ..Boston....." ...... p ...... SOOa ...... .:::

.' his earlier congressional service! . 820alOSOa ...... ..... ..... 746p Lv .Jacksonville Ar ..... ...... ...... 910t
t FERTILIZER FACTS. ...... .....; ...... 966pAr..Everett..Lv ...,.. ...,.. ...... 640 it
and a prominent figure In the Johnson .eop............ ...... 505a M. ,..Atlanta.... ...... ...... ...... 11 iii
Impeachment, Is living In poverty at BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. : ...... ...... ...... 92Sa730p ..Chattanoo .. '+ ....... ............... 8 Kip U
t Ifannrlnl Requirement of Crop.. Cadiz; 0.- .720p................ ........ ...Clnclnnat ... ... .. ..... ...... ...tOp... .".....
We.d. of Grn., Clover Rye, Ete.t .
The Hatch experiment station of The Duke of Beaufort has definitely (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 11 :38 a. m. -

Massachusetts Las reached some very decided to have Chepstow castle. put For Mew New Orleans Orleans 7:40a.m., trail(,..1y leaves through Jacksonville sleeper line.9:20.a.. Arrives m., with Jacksonville throngh from uleennsrlylnjf > >
ew
The Finest in the Coastwise! SerYice t;
i' practical conclusions as a result of up to auction early In October. This Steamships I leans T.-25 p. m.
was one of the first five Norman castles BLEEPING CAR SERVICE. .
careful Investigation Into the Industrial J
built In the reign William the NOB.35 and 38 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the Cincfaiu
requirements of crops. Among ; The Clyde 'New England and Southern Lines.] Sleeper via Asheville.8o .
Conqueror. ..33 and 34 carry throneh sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection 111 t<
them are the following: James C. MacRae of Raleigh has Direct Service: Between 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and, Tarawa.
Grass Is similar in Its y No.38 carries Cincinnati,Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta
requirements been chosen professor of law at the Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37. it
to oats (nitrogen In the form of,.nitrate University of North Carolina. Mr. Mac. All baggage will\ be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold At the city tick!
office 202 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
; of soda most beneficial));' the cloversare Rae has served on the superior and (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) : L. A. SHIPJIAN, A. O.P.A. F.C.WRIGHT,Din. Pass Agt., 202 W Bay s

to n considerable extent similar to supreme court benches In his fetate and SEMI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS: A. O. MacDOXELL Oen. Pas,. A Kent.

f: corn In their dependence upon 'potash) Is an ex-member of congress. Southbound.-..................... ......:................. .......". ..fromLewie Wharf Boston
f' >but are more benefited by phosphoric Alson S. Sherman mayor of Chicago Northbound.....'..................':..... ................. from foot of Logan Street, Jacksonville -

f; ;acld than the latter. In 1844. Is still alive and in perfect -

'1 For line where timothy Is to be health. lIe Is the last surviving chiefof Clyde's St. Johns River Line. .'

:igrowu, a fertilizer supplying the elements the old volunteer fire department -
.r" lu the following propprtlons Is and was a member of the first "bucket BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Southern. ;

i 4' recommended: Nitrogen 8; phosphoric company formed In Chicago.Mr. Jacksonville,Palatka Sanford,Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings. on tile St.John's River.

. acid 3; potash 3. For manuring where John Morley Is now living at LTawarden STEAMER '

clover Is desired! : Nitrogen 2; phosphoric ,/where he will remain for sew "FKED'K DeBARY." i Railway.Excellent .

H t' acid 5, and potash 10. eral months in order to have ready access CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

r Maximum crops of hay at minimum I to the papers nt Ilawarden: castle Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p. m., Pnndayp,Tuesdays and Thnr daYII. .
k i cost whether' of grasses! or clovers i which he will have to examine in orderto Leave Sauford 9.on a. m', Knterprlso: 9XQ: a. m., MondaptWcdnesday, and Friday .

J \ are not to be looked for from the application complete his biography of Mr. Glad. Service Out of Florida.
I I 3en'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. .
: of phosphate.
h stone.
r tt; Rye show n more general depend- H.. WARnURTON, T. P. A., F. M.IRONMONGER, JK., Fla. Pa,.. Art..
: Archibald A. Glenn formerly state 5 Jlowllnjt Oreen.New York.. I 2M want Kay Jacksonville, Fla. EAST
tk; neo upon applied fertilizers! than theM senator", and lieutenant governor of Illinois C. P.LOVELL Ao t. Fla. Supt.. I j JOHN. L. HOW RD Superintendent. NORTH, WEST.
other crops under experiment. The Jacksonville, Fla. | Font lloicaii St.,Jacksonville. Fla.
1- .difference In the degree of effectiveness and a man 80 years of age has TIIEO. O. KOKR. T, M.. 6 Bowling Green New York.
Just been elected city treasurer of WM. P LYRE CO., General Agents
k of the elements applied (nitrogen, Oroen.New York ta So. Delaware .
A"II.
Howling
, f phosphoric acid and potash) Is not Wichita. Kan.: and discharges all the PhiladelphiaFlorida THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING: BOOM CABS, THOEOTJOHTAES
:
duties of his olnce! without the aid of a
i'l't .great. The results of experiment dp COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
...' ;not encourage the belief that one sided .bookkeeper or clerk.
I. i' Jphoflp ate manuring for rye will be Lieutenant James C. Crcsap U. S. East Coast Ry.TIME

I ,, most profitable. N., was a middy on the old Constitution NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS. .

; f' Nitrogen should be 'most prominent( under Dewey. He says the latter TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Through Vestlbnled DrawliiB-Edom Bleeping Cars between Tamp aad New loA

I !!I,. !ln fertilizers for oats while for rye when he found two of the under offl- Tin Jaoksonrllle Savannah and Columbia.without chid,.. .

the fertilizer must be richer In core quarreling would make them do SOUTH BOUND (Rend Down). NORTH BOUND'(Read Up).
4: potash. "UNITED STATES FAST "
MAIL.
; The experimental work of the past ten hours' "extra guards" together a No u 811 N&78 NoaJau

l f',.' few ;years Indicates that the contlnii-, process which never failed to make J::& Dally STATIONS. Datl1 zaai 11& via Pullman Savannah Drawing and'Room Oolum1 Buffet>>.. Sleeping. Cars between JaokMnrill*and New Yak,

ous use of muriate of potash may so them friends again. '1 ii"ib Leav......................... JacklOnville ........................ veT>1Op106p1
i6p 10 00a Arrive....................... t.Aulrustine .......................Leave 6 dip: II dis07plOiSaLeave
f far deplete the soil of limo that an occasional .......................St.Auguetlne.......................Arrlve 615p 940s Embracing Lynchburg, Chariottearille:
'" application of this material APHORISMS.When l ................... ...... .. .HaRtinlls... .....................Leave IiOOp '1Ua.1p
. .' may be required In case of such use. --. 11 I&bn .Arrivll. .... ... .. .... .. ..... l"alalka" ... .. . . .. .. ....Leavp 45tp4Ip Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

' ;Some results Indicate the t \ phi Leave .. . .. .... . .. 1',11..& ... .. .. ... ......Arrive 10. Palbnan.- Drawinlf"Boom Car '
r. that the sulphate Judgment Is weak the prejudice Sleeping. ** Maooa, Atlanta, CkatUnooja aa4Threugh
" : vUpArrlv.: ....... .. .,. ... ...... .... Nan Mateo ... .... .. ........L6ave ...... Sty hoinAat1.
i.t .of potash Is n safer material to use, Is strong.-O'llara. 780a Leave .,.. ,... ,.. .........I>\\anloat"o. ..._.. ._ ._ .... ....... rrlve 78 J> ......
1' where a growth of clover I I. desired Avoid popularity.; It has many snares iB 1111418 Leav......................... Last PaJatka .._...................Leave 6:1Op: 84a. Pullman Sleeping Cars to
than the muriate. The high grade sulphate and no real benefit-Penn. 7 flip J26f1p .. ..........................Ormond......................... 8 fp 'J3117Up
(n should be selected. It I08P ............. ..............D."tona : ........ ................ 881t'p 'Ola1000p Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle,Through the
' I costs Politeness is good nature regulatedby ....,......,.... ".....Port Orange... ........... .. .... 8211p II 61al28p
) about 40 cents per hundred more than sense. Smith. lSOp .... ....................... New Bmr.rna .._................... 8,06p'00.161p .
the muriate. good -Sydney 22p ................... ..... Oak Hill ........ .................. 2721 A tan!\ "LAND OF THE SKY.MDailrUmlted ',
I An acre of performance Is worth the 88up 8. ......................... TlhtllviJJe '"....................... 146P IIUa .
: ...... 8HOp :: .............;..........:.City Point........................ llbp.......
{ .ntf'r..tlna' Celerytlrote.. whole world of promise.-Howell. ...... 8S1jp ..........................., Cocoa ..................w.1.. Ilp) ...... Train For Cia.luiati via :ETr4t.liednle8 .
Those who are greedy In praise prove ...... S dlp ......................... Rocklodge ....................... 10ft> ......
"It takes plenty of manure and water ...... 12p: II ......................... Eau Gall1e ......................... 12 nip ......
to multe' tine celery. We manured the they are poor In merit.-Plutarch. ...... ..n....................Melbourne: ......................... .. 12iUp.... Ta 4et.Ued'iototmnatioflooTaaaurn uBa ping.ac .rn$1eu., et", : 9'
swells In will be ...... : .......:................., oIl81.nd ..........................' ll4IM. ...... tidy I.ezat. of the >ztowravtes.r its ooiuo otleaa. app
ground for celery very heniMly, and He that prosperity ...... p .......................... Sebastian .......................... .. 1110. .. '.. -
9 .:: when the plants were about half sure to shrink la adversity.-Colton. .........4 .! .......................... St. Lucie ................... .' 1066a ......
'I t _.... II1p .................. ....... Fort Pierce ........;.........::::::: 1048a ......
, grown we placed a thick mulch of manure Pride Is Increased by Ignorance; those ............ .......... .....Eden .... .....:.................. 1006a .,,,.. R. W. PUNT, Florid Pass Agt, 21t West Bay Street Jacksonville, FlaL
p' : between! the rows and poured the assume the most who know the least- ( .. .................... .......Jensen... ..... .................. 1000. 2va2i0 M' OULP., W.
r,. water p It .............. ............. Stuart ................ .. .50& 208 A. TURK:, S. H. HABDVKK,
'. on the mulch with the hose Gay. sit 'I'Zap ........................ Robe sound .................:..:.:. 919..Da111''I'BSIp TZffi$ Aea/. """Pas. .11'\,
J' The result! Is a large growth and I The higher we rise the more Isolated ........................ west Jupiter ..................... It 997a18p In a aSSMNxa Atlanta lrCh.
1' think 1 have 'doublet! the value of the :: .............. ......We8t Palm Beach,................... It 8ana April! so, s8gMALLORY.
f we become; all elevations are cold.- s sup .................. ........ Boynton........ .................. .. a94Sy '
crop by mulching and irrigating It In De DouOlces. ............ ......... Delr.y ....... ............ 7937p
1 this .To well In hot ................. FortLauderdale..................... It 'i
way. dry
grow lie travels safe and not unpleasantly 1o2flpl''Am" ........, .... ......... Lemon Olt1.......... ............ &
; ; weather celery roots need a moist and .......... .... ...... ....., Miami: ...... ..................... It II
who Is guarded by poverty guidedby
i. cool place, and this Is most easily pro love.-Sir P. Sidney IIIT VIEN NhW 831\'UNA ANI OUAM.i. C 'l'\ J CT STEAMSHIP LINE.
vided by mulching with manure. I
Punctuality Is the stern virtue of STATION.6pi9i
: have
20,000
plants on one plot of one-
r > half an acre. On this plot 1 have spent men of business and the graceful cour- 8 t.Oo 1121& ............................ Lake Helen .........:........ .........L'f Ji 4 4Op Florida, New York,
: of princes.Dulwer.. 02p I1811a) ...................... .Orange 1ty............................ 12 424p40b >>
J- :aibout $100 for manure and labor. The'crop tesy 11UaAr.;........ .. .. ..Oran noit Jnnotlon................ ... It 1QIOp Philadelphia and Boston
r Is now nearly all ready for market -' There are no persons more solicitous ,1\\ trains between NeW'bmyrnA and Orange City Junction Dail1eJcep': Sww1a,. From Brunswick (direct),to New York.

"' andas It stands I estimate' the about the preservation' 'rank than IIh.TSVN.hN I'Il'U"VII.LI A\I) sANFORII. y PASSENGER SERV1CK.:
: value of the at wholesale price to those who have no rank at all.-SheuBtone. I
crop
/ O. STATIONS. 0. To make connection with steamers, leave Jackson
.f
( be $400. It we can retail It all I can a I ... ItnsyWO..u..ua.nu.u.........Ar 25PfIlla' .a Thursdays at 8t 2ft a. m..via rernandlna and Gov..Sago
I { tlenblti thin amount. ''y..uuuu..u.uaa.n.n'..................................."....Mhu.......................................L., 112( Cumberland Route). Arrive Branawlek*:3op.m. Pinnj.
; PITH AND POINT. ......................................O toCln................................._ 1167$ route.. Or via aU rail, ]leaving Jaehssnville i"Oa. m. (F
F: "There hi always1 considerable loss In ....................................Enterprise....... ........................... 1) Sta r.).via Everett and Seathera.. K>. rassengers taking t
times ......,...........t.,4. .Enterprise Juuotlon.:.......,..................... .". 11 :'. per aboard steamer tkat nigliu>
marketing a crop. Many when Some married men are compelled to esoAr. .. ... .. ... ... ... .. ... .. .. ..JI.ntord... .. ... ......... ..................... 110.
r growing a crop I have figured on Its take life according to directions.Too All trains behno'n ihtsvitieanti.anlo Ilyexcer': unday. PROPOSED SAILINGS
value at the market price; but always
a t ',' when It la' marketed there Is a shortage mahy people nave a penchantfor KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Lv New York Pier M E.R.,$.-,m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Bruin

.; In the cash received for it. Celery confessing their neighbors' sins.A Friday Oct 2f............ RIO' .! :
I '. man never realizes how Ignorant TAl steamers 'h. Florida Ea.t ec;...t t.mllWp are tol uU w tuUow.. Friday; Ko>T"3.\"J.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"colb] "TOr.T.\\\7.\\\\V.\V.V..V..Friday,
4 ,Is the moat expensive crop I grow and, Fri I G 1-, if It Is well handled tho most profitable he Is until a woman begins to tell him STEAMSHIP COCOA Frkaay |* -IT.................................COLORADO. ....... ..... ................I'rJdjrin.II.
"If 'p.; : one. I have realized well from I It things. SOU Friday 4 23.....'.\ ........... ......RIO GKANDB.. ....................... Friday,

. :'. by packing about two dozen bunches It's Impossible to drown your troubles Leave Miami Sunday And Wednesdays; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thar. For genera iof orinatlo*,steamers,trains rates, etcH apply to any railroad agent or to

i( In small baskets and expressing them In drink; they all wear life pre days. Leave Key West Mondays aud Titnrsdays; Arrive Havana Tuesdays andftidays BASIL 01LL. Ageat 220 W. Bay St.Jack onvill
./ to hotels and boarding houses They servers.If ] H.U.RAYMOND,Geaeral Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.

get it fresher so than when buying In everybody obeyed the laws, the NOHTIIBOUND.Leare C. MALLORY,Genera Agent Her 20, E. River, and S8S Broadway N.Y.

i larger quantities." So writes a New lawyer and the policeman would soon ITavunii Tuesday and Frldayaj Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Frldaym .. -
York\ truck gardener to tho Ohio be out of a job. Leave Key Wwrt Tui-iwiiiyN and Frld'ye; Arrive Miami\ Wednesdays Saturdays
Farmer U !i>arturfa froui Miaul will b" made .oon aa poitolble alter arrival. of train r3
1 ( _. When a man marries he gives his on 'IlIbJ ll..vo|. __ If You Have Not
' It takes a Curdoc-k two years to reach name to hlsSvtfe.. but when hu falls In 1''b_ Tiiuu Tab.u* bow the umtnni whioh tratuvau bout. may hooteatoarriTi> n depart from Ike several statioi. .iid ports out their aruval or Ouiuirtuire at the tliue
maturity, and If the warfare Is begun business he takes hers. itttad I.t sot cuaranteed. nor doe the Uuiuuaur hold used nupouaiblo. > fur any delay; or any
with the tlrst appearance of the plant If men could live their lives over UW-HIUOUC I arUtng t Uerof roiu.
It Is likely to bo abandoned before the again they would avoid nil their old For copy of local time card eaU at YAi Wear Bay btiwit. JaoiuuuviUe. or addnut
J. P. BBUK: WITH..Ti'ttlflo Vlauager. J. D. KAUXOR.. Q P A. Found What t You Want
w5, victory U won-that Is, It you under. mistakes-aud make a lot of new ones. ,...... at Aun"tln". -- h _..
take to spud out the young plants Chicago News. -- .- --'-----

enough will escnpe to lead one to be *
For a Home suppose youtake) a trip down and look at
llevo that that method not effectual.
,' If the plants tiro cut oft early In the PLANT LIFE.A pLANT SYSTEM. Fruit and Garden Lands along the

second year of their growth Just as certain Chinese la red In the ...
.... .
tho blossom stalk U nicely) formed the sunlight and white In the mooultght. v- East Coast
plant win stud out lateral seed stalks
that will mature seed. And becausqof In India the rhododendron grows to If you are going anywhere, whether It be to the
of 30 feet. and
a height 'Marigolds
thjlr low branching and It Is impossible camomiles in north Africa reach n North, South East, West, Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yOU
fj> mow them they are left !In their
glory. height of four or five feet. Northwest or Southwest. looking this way, drop aline to

It the plant la I loft entirely alone un. The orchid found In the Jungles and ,
President
til there Is danger of the burs being I tllUlcult of access sometime commands Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Hallways und Steamship Lines with I JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-

oJ t ,; distributed and then cut off close to $1.000 for a single specimen. It catewaysatPortTaropaSanford, Jacksonville Charleston Mongoraery, Tlfton : FLORIDA EAST COAST }ii'Y

: the ground and tho stalk dried and takes" mouths to stalk the "demon flow and various other points with Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs AUGUSTINE. Fr

r; burned that plant will be conquered ers. by addressingor ST.
obtained
I the best route and that all Information can be promptly -"
because trost will overtake It before The elm tree Is full grown, at the age

.c' It can mature sel'(). It this plan ls followed of 150: ash at 1,00 and the oak at 200 calling on The 'ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

k, up. burdocks pan be eradicated years. The growth of an elm Is about F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger$ ARcnt. ,

us I know from experience says a 2Vj feet per annum; that of an oak less .-. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., the Tim
rPrices to Suit
Country Gentleman correspondent thau 1 foot. B. W. Wrenn,t seDgerTramoM..nager.SaYInDab. Ga

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INDIAN BiyKR: ADVOCATp; NOVEMBER_17,1899.OTELS111theyearroiinde T



$ Catarrh Can Be Cured QUESTIONS ANS\VI.IU i>.
PERSONALITIES. FREE
.. .' ,. : t '
t LExGovernor%, ;', I \ By eradicating from the blood the -

;-;;;---=: Hogg wears a 22 incfeWllar. Ictoulou.'tAlnta which cause It Hood's Yes, August Flower still has the )largest CONSULTATIONwith
TITUSVILLE. I Sftraaparlll cures catarrh promptly and sale.of any medicine In the civilized
Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes is said permanently, because it strike. 'at the world. Tour mothers and grandmothersnever our home treatment. We arc-

to Inherit much of his father's wit and root' of the trouble. thought of' using anything else for physicians\ and you get the( benefit.
'T tAN RIVER' HCTELI eonrersAtional powers.Marshall The rich'pu blood which It makes, Indigestion or BllIIol1l1nellA" Doctors of our experience No matter what-
circulating through the delicate pnuagcsof were scarce, and they seldom heard of
T1TUSVILLE Field is to build and present' the' mucous membrane, sooths andrebuilds Appendicitis, Nervous; Prostration or your trouble is, how simple or how

a One library building to his native the 'tissues, giving them a tendency Heart failure, etc., They used August hopeless, we can do you good, and
INDIAN RIVER, town, Conway, Mass. to health instead of disease, and Flower to clean out the system and stop If we can't we will honestly tell you "
: The Sweden travels intimately curing the aITe Uon. fermentation of undigested food
king of as Count ,regulate
r FLORIDA. de Ilavn;. It was undefthls title that At the same time Hood's Sarsaparllla the action of the' liver stimulate the so. Thousands of tired), weary, sick. 1,

he Btaldat, Cannes last season. strengthens Invigorates and energizesthe nervous and organic action of the system and hopeless people have been entirely -
I- whole system and makes the deblll and that Is all they took when feeling and permanently cured by
? J. G. BAST, Proprietor. General Leonard Wood Is partial to tated victim of catarrh feel that new lift dull and bad with headaches and
cigarettes rarely smoking cigars a has been Imparted. r* other'aches. You only need a few doses COMPOUND
fact Which commends him to tho Cubans Do npt dally with an 11 fl's,1nhalt'nlll or of Green's August Flower, In liquid form

The hotel fronts on the In his province. other local applications, but take Hood's lo make you satisfied there Is nothing OXYGEN ,
r wide of General von Rock and Polack will Sarsaparllla and cure catarrh absolutely serious the matter with you. Sample
( miles
% in width sweep), formed bay(7(oy the succeed General Count von Schllffen and surely by removing the causes which bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at Why not take heart Again and Investigate

1, MU /., u Indian River, making It a as chief of the general staff of the Ger-- produce It Cocoa, and F. S. Chaffee's drug store at this great principle. We have-

delightful summer to- man army after the autumn'maneu Tltusvllle, Fla.Remember thousands of testimonial! Send for
nu nm cell .pl.worn s Rort. Constant cool verso before pleasure'' as the book on home treatment, wonderful
breezes from the and man said when he kissed.hU wife before that tho
sea Herr Rlggenbach, who introducedthe INDIAN RtvKit cures to tho sick, etc., free,
Flowing sulphur going to the club. ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat
springs cogwheel railroads that have
'" enabled
t t L Special summer short notice. Send them an order
1 "' j1 rates.JACKSONVILLE. tourists in Switzerland to do lllsnmrck's Iron and be convinced that It is the place to DRS. STARKEY & PALEH 3
--r:;; their mountain climbing without effort, Ncr'cWas have job printing done 3a

died recently.J. the result of his splendid health.
1112 CIrani St. rlilla. I'

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:::- B. Frj-e, ono of the oldest residents Indomitable will and tremendous energy
There Is
more Catarrh In this section Ot It feb 000
of Virginia died recently and are not found where Stomach, Liver,
of the country than all tho other diseases .
Kidneys and bowels '
are out of order. If
- was buried according to his wish in a you want these qualities and tho put together, and until the last few years
walnut coffin made with his own hands success was supposed to be Incurable. For a
they bring, use Dr. King's New Life
from an old tree on his farm. great many year doctors pronounced It
fills They
t Hotel} Rattan OLD.... develop every power of VirgilliaHomes
Merritfs CAIU.KTOX. Guthrie, O. T., has a 15-year-old law brain and body Only 25o; at F.. S. ethics local and disease I \ and prescribed local re in-
by to
yer. Ills name Is Frank II. Burford Chaffee's drug store. constantly falling cure
.
with local treatment, pronounced it in -
and he was recently admitted to practice -
curable. Science
has proven It to be a
FRONTING ST. JOHNS though he has not yet been gradu- A contemporary has for headline, constitutional disease, and, therefore requires You learn all about Virginia Lands, ,
RIVER. ated from the Guthrie High school. "Why are wives what they arc?" We constitutional treatment. II II I\'s\ its resources, products, mode of cultivation a

Street cars ,for Wb A., V.. &.W.. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass A Washington friend of Admiral can't tell unless It is because they are Catarrh' Cure, manufactured by F. J. pi'Ices, etc, by reading thorn t
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam Dewey says the great sailor Is n splendid married.It Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
Virginia
heat. Will open November 1st, 1890.!)!) American planIMERRITT'S .......,... wit and story teller lIe can also constitutional Mire on the nuukct. It Is I''armor. Send lOcts.
IIOTEL'PLACIDE, MalnSt. After Nov.1tslr1.! spin a yarn of his own experience will not bo a surprise to who taken internally In clones from ten drops for :21 months subscription to tho .. '
P1 European, Plan only. which would rival the wildest fiction. are at all familiar with the good qualitiesof any to a tcaxpoonful. It acts directly on tho Farmer Co., Enipoila, Va. .r
blood and mucous surfaces of the system .
John Ruskin has not had his photo- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to They offer one hundred dollars for
New graph taken for 30 years, and John know that people everywhere take pleasure case It falls to cure. /Send circulars any Choice [.
InTravelers' Hotel. Hare has allowed himself to be caughtby in relating their experience) In the and testimonials Address, m
use of that medicine t
splendid and In
Management the camera once only. This was at telling of tho benefit they have received F. J. CHENEY *:: CO., Toledo, O. WlnosLiquors

the express desire of Queen Victoria. from It, of bad colds It has cured of T'Sold by druggists\ 75: cents.Hall's and Cigars tI

YBS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. General Julio ftcnrlfo, for many threatened 'attacks of pneumonia It has Family Pills are the best I A. Guaranteed I'ure. ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. years secretary and charge d'affaires r.veitcd and of the children it has saved: I 1 ,
of the Colombian legation In Wash from attacks of croup and whooping Selection. ll Vr yli' Sold at reduced' '4

ington: who l Is on leave In his native cough. It Is a good medicine. For sale If you noticed that a few of your I Yli.yrj prices .
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. country, has been. appointed minister by all druggists and medicine dealers. hens did )better us layers last season :.f Imported .

THE BEST,$2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA; of the, treasury.' than the others, placo thorn by them- ? Tokny \Win, .:'
Statistics which have been collected In selves and purchase a full blooded cock from Italy.
\ at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to at the William Wither Bramston peach Is
Take car Travelers
;f stop Wisconsin show tho cost of raisIng
regarded nOR a (comparatively young average to place with them. You will (thud that
man to occupy the position of "father wheatto be 2l cents bushel and tho all the pullets from this ll 'ck will be John B. Togni,

OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of the house of (commons" to which cost of corn 27 cents. In both cases much better than the succeeding ones. Metropolitan Saloon, 1J:!: Kant Day St., .

HOTEL Opposite St. James Hotel. he succeeded on the death of the late there rate Included interest-on the value This Is the way to breed up a lock of JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA. .t.

Sir John Mowbray, for he Is only 72. of the land, with the cost of Implements useful birds.-Indiana Farmer.
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and Albert C. Hopkins, who, during the and horses thrown in. \VhClI". le and Metal..... '.,
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Messiah craze at Rosebud and Pine Ills Life Was Saved -----.-------

stay.. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when 'in Jacksonville -. Ridge agencies In 1800. attained notoriety Volcanic Eruptions Mr. J. K.: Lilly\ prominent citizen of Tho Largost and Most Complete y,

MRS. M. 0. FINLEY Propr. by appearing among the excited Are but skin Hannibal, Mo., lately had wonderful Establlshmont. South. t
Sioux and announcing himself grand, eruptions rob life deliverance\ from a frightful death In .
._ r of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cures of It he ,"1
telling says: ,was taken with
their Messiah has been adjudged In- GEO. S. HACKER & SON
them; also Old Running and Fever Sores, Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumonia.My ,
ST. AUGUSTINE. sane. Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Corns, Warts. lungs became hardened. I was so
Governor Powers of Maine, who Cuts Bruise, Burns, Scalds, ChappellHanus weak I couldn't even sit 11 P In bed. Noth-
owns timber lands In the North Woods, Chilblains. Bent Pllo Cure on ing helped mo. I expected to soon die
PA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. was asked by 'a Bangor Commercialman earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. of Consumption, when I hoard of Dr
the other day If he thought the Only 25: cts. a box; cure guaranteed.Sold King's Now Discovery Ono bottlo gave. of
1 1.l
This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It .is centrally located, near pulp 'business was destroying the by F. S. Chaffeo, druggist.An great relief. I continued to use it, and
Postoffice Bank and Cathedral. Maine forests dnd promptly answered: now am well and strong. I can't say too
English Ind.f clergyman refuses
Rooms, SOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. "No. That's answer to No! ( much In Its praise.,' This marvelous
my you
to pay poll tax on the ground that he In medicine Is tho surest and quickest cure I e
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Let them cut all they want." church property the property of the In the world for all Throat and Lung .l

congregation as much as Is the pastoral Trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and 11 I.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.Not residence and that as'such ho Is Trial bottles free at F. S. CliafTeo's drug wn

Algonquin Hotel exempt from taxation the same as tin store. ...MOar .,.. .
x 1 one drop of intoxicating liquorIs parsonage. PfdMANUFACTURERS

Fronting on the Plaza, allowed to be sold at any of the No night to Ugliness. GOLD I Is of no value when health Is
military camps of Canada.A In danger What's of more value f
A i h dp l.1 It [ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA club Is now being formed ,In Paris The woman who lovely In face, form Pratt' up,to-dato tablets will break upa OF

Under New and Liberal Management the members of which swear never to and temper will always have friends, cold In ono day, and for constipation Doors Sash Blinds, r I
ft Most Centrally Located. Special Attention shake hands with any a\ue unless wear but ,one who would be attractive. must and biliousness and malarial troubles, ,
to Tourist and Commercial Travel. keep her health. If she Is,weak, sickly It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25o.:
No Rival at Kates. Rates2: to $2.50\ per Ing gloves.' and all run down she will bo nervous Pratt Medicine Co., Station: B, Chicago, Moulding & Building Material
Day. The Leading Hotel. Open the Fifteen years ago native Christians and In'liable. If she has constipation or 111. Send for Hample.Jt .
yound. could rarely find employment India. kidney trouble, her Impure billow will .
year Now they are preferred by contractors cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptionsand Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
F. C. IIATDEN, Manager. wretched et=aPubll.ha Cannon /Struct.Charleston: a
a
because they do more and better work complexion. Electric Marriage Paper.Thnumnrtii .
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. than the heathen.In Bitters Is the best medicine tho world of mlTcrtlxtri to Mluv(
to regulate stomach,, liver and kidneys fruit, Wealthy imtronn. Introduatlun ] S. C.
honor of the four hundredth
an- ,
Formal a nil i'enoiml. 100 word
and to purify the blood. It
GAINESVILLE. niversary of the discovery of Brazil In gives strong ml free to Imllui, Mmnplo copy 2o
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety .. aOCIALAMERICANToledoOhie.M .
May, 1000, there will shortly be a spe- skin, rich complexion. It will make a Sash Weights Cord and
DROWN: Largest and best Hotel.GAINESVILLE cial issue of follows Discovery .. NAMPLEeopioaofla ,
HOUSE stamps us : good-looking, charming woman of a (]Ireat t Big I 11>.\
FLORIDA of Brazil 100 refs independence run-down Invalid. al t Iaerau5Nea'apapenand
; Only 50( cents at F. Mumr.lnrn' mint upciu rcroliit of lea for II".IIIIA Hardware
200 refs; abolition, GOO rels; republic S. ChatTee's drug store."Business Toledo Adv, llureiu, 14 St. CUIr ft.,Toledo (>

....Thoroughly Overhauled and Renovated..,, 700 rels. ----- ------ --- Window and Fancy Glas \a I
The earldom of Dartmouth Is the latest
JNO. S. BOWEN, to )be threatened with a A SPECIALTY. }
Manager: formerly "1'lacide.Jacksonville, Fla. peerage FOR S.ALE.

:;;.. ... -- -- -. .. .. "claimant.- The "rightful heir" Is to
be found. It seems In William Lcgge, Hotel with Seven and 10 andWIaI.luy JJe1l1t.
JENSEN. nu employee of the Capital' Planing Cottages I M cured al home with :i

works. Ottawa, who has .served ,his ap- Acres of Land. DPIU out j utln irnl Book FREE.nf iv.rtlouura .

nreutlci'Bblp to a gardener ...."".7. Oil U. M WOOL LEI Io4

JENSEN, FLORIDA. A newly married couple Portland, ... ..w, V tae.. 104 North Prior tkiru ;rY1n
11 Fresco Hot'} ''tt..a E.,'I !.tr.- l
.:
BREVARD COUNTY Me., who 'arc both deaf and are trying y''
housekeeping without a servant have a

devised an Ingenious dubsfltute for a

J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor doorbell. When a caller presses the .. bar/o, extrwr....al.IR. .
electric button, all the lights in the aknnrn b.w.u..tlw.wt rof
: New House; best accommodations on the East Coast; table' first-class and ; > tl'io w.st.d on ini.r/or
modern house flash up and his presence is 4 ffj rn.daalwa.l.r! | eluca..the,
cold Improvements. 1)w
and baths
every convenience and comfort. Hot ; (irllilnul g<>.t of in* liv>t...t.to .r
1 i In the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Fish and made known. Wn .l.i> lixl. .'J'hcliMl"i'--'Y"trril' U alw.r* iuir tha.k..pw.t. furTRRY3J
Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate -

ba't Fall to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian Ulvcr., APHORISMS. e I !

Conduct 'Is. three-fourtbi of life.- t +Ye :
d
..
I Titusville Hoarding Houses. Matthew-Arnold. e ID>I
-- .t A to A.s r'kk# & ttsf J
The truest wisdom Is a resolute de- '1' #### % I,
.
Ir .' + 1) .t Hi' iAiin| l fro
IRS( nnvn.mBoard FL.\. term Ina tlon.-l" ollOl<'on. t D. I. s r.UIIV 4. t u.,
DEISNER'S HOUSE
BOARDING flt..It. Ml Lk.
The cheerful live longest In years w I4 a, i1h 4 4 A a 4 *4 ..

and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Breai' pies, and aftorward in our regarda.-Bovce. &

cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding douses, Things don't turn up in this world --- "I
Hotels ---- -- -- =-- -=
and families supplied.SDUKNIGHT'S until somebody turns them up.--Gar' -
CUBED with T f.UblIbunMllm. .
field. r rl/r, i ..
I DROPSY l Ifs card
short but that there I Isalways pf many thou. n4 CM
'l'I1'USVILLE, FLA Life is not so
BOARDING HOUSE $ cll..a bop l.... !. tea
enough for courtesyKmerson. ..
time 't IlysesI..e ttwo-third.or.11u|l Ttti|>t<>m.r.mor-
Good as I : %\\ ...t, T..tlinonll and TEN DATS I runtinenl f r*..
One Dollar day. ,
and comfortable rooms. Board' and room, per OR. 1. CKEtH'S lOIS, lloz K, Aflame U.cc. "

Special l rates by week or month. While we are considering When we ==--= .. ..-_ ; =.::...:..==.
0. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor.I are to begin. It is oftvu too lute to act.- Located at SARNOthree quarters of ft mile south or EAU OALLIK,
'
---=-- ----- Qulntlllau. I FLORIDA, on the Kau Gallic River, less than h..tr" mile from tho DO YEARS'

Fine sense and exalted sense are not Indian River, and two and a halt miles from the Ocean. The property EXPERIENCE

NIC AREND'S: half so useful as common sense. ((9 two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida Rut Coast 1

Horace Greelcy. Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property. Buildings

God never gives but one moment at erected in 1890!)(}, and some of them have never been occupied, tho orlg- 1

a time, and does not first.Fenelon.give a second.un- Inal owner having died a few months. after their completion.
be withdraw the
Bartholomay'sroTchester Beer. til. Do not anticipate trouble or worry The hotel wag opened for about two month prior to tho owner's { TRADE MARKS.DC .

happen. KeepIn death, and has not been used since. All the building. were erected in IQN
what never
about may
. COPVRIOHT lie
the sunlight-Franklin. the most substantial manner and) are now in excellent condition. The A nnne uniting t klrb and d KTli'llnn Bier t
and Cigars.ltCIIAYTR furnished and little of the fur. qnlnkly" urartuln cur oi'luum ft. !,n.ttii>r .nluvMiilim
)( Fine Wines, Liquors There is no policy like politeness hotel and cottages: are completely very I* priibiblr i>.I't"t"bI.l*. Ciimniunlmi.lliiiKatrletlreoiiOilontlul. .

[ LUNCH 12 to 2 P. lU. 25 CENTS. since a good manner often succeed niture has ever been used There are two artesian wells, twenty cisterns t nth fr... l data"."",.fur lUmlbookon..aurl..gpatetae.I'cimu

130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. where the best tongue has failed. connected, with sewer etc. tftfiat 1'ittntil tutUt,token, without tnrouiib IIb.pc.ilunii, la tbScientific ft.t:... rc lf(

..:. Magoon. The property cost the original owner $18,000 and will be sold at a
!
JJItI r\an.
It It the Taln'endeavor to make ourselves sacrifice. The above cut fairly represent the property.
flUe what we are not that has For particulars apply to or address, A h nd.om.'lr|llu.tr.r.d wklv. T"''Ve.t II 1 ii
,
Executed ciiluliiMi of nny icKiittflo )< luinn 11 I 4l
Job Work Quickly strewn history with SO many broken ERA T, HATCH, lion D, L. GAULDKN, Wu. A. WARNOCK, rnr' .nr mnt .EL .lIr"a'i' ,
purposes and lives left In the rough.Lowell. .- ,' Caretaker on premlMW. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner. MANN & Co J.3518oadway, ti W"fnrk

Eau Gallie, Florida TltosTllle, Via Jamaica, Jf. Y. lueawM L'me., dI6: r &It.waehmgtwt D.r-
AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.


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8 INDIAN CJVKR ADVOCATE NOVEMBER ,17, 1899. -



,( BIG! FIRE AT MIAMI. A Marrow ;)Klleap-from Death.' ]ROBBINS &: GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith,

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On Saturday last, while Capt. John C.

A telegram from 'Miami on Sunday Peterson, of Canaveral, was fixing bit GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
said that shortly after one o'clock a gas water barrels, which were on a platform ...Laawyars... Kin(
olene stove exploded In the second story several feet from the ground, the whole Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage SoliciTed

of the Miami hotel a wooden building structure gave way, precipitating the .
containing 100 rooms!, and half an hour barrels to the ground, some of them rolling WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

later the structure WM enveloped In upon Peterson,and knocking him Into '
flames. The wind at the time was from Insensibility. lie was carried Into the UNITED STATES COURTS. .

i the eastward and soon the blaze swept house and everything done to relieve the EZl.., ::s' :cz-, :s o:

I across Avenne D, consuming In succession sufferer while Mr. George DeG. Shuyler,

BENJ. W, JERO. IE..? Mrs Maggie Knapp's restaurant, In his launch Erl King, Immediately left Abstracts of TitleFurnSshed Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries ]hAnd
Glide well the Greer
owned by J. W.
; for Titusville and City Point to obtain
j? store and boarding-house, the Miami medical assistance. Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gro"
Upon making examination -
State Representative PKNNSYVANIA We the only house on Indian River
and McDon= Food and Wheat. are dealing exclulvelthe
building Joseph
IRON WOItKS co., fo r Metropolis no bones were found broken, to lands In Brevard and Dade line of We invite correspondence and solicit !
above goods. your
ald's machine shop and stables. The and It Is said that Peterson will be able your cat
the Sale: of GLOBE GAS ENGINE, truly E. L. BRADY & BRO. ;
be Very Titusville.pSLesley
and losses and Insurance, as far as can to be around again In a week or two. n Counties. ;&.
" Marine Stationary. ascertained, are : Miami hotel, $.t ,OOO He had a narrow escape of being killed. I -

I Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENe E loss, with a reported Insurance$12,000; -

1 e MACHINES. Snft.it, Cheat ',. the .Miami Metropolis, $5,000 loss, In
i i. c and Best light for private dwell. surance on plant, $3,000, and on building Brevard County Court. We have a large list of <& :Motlow: <

*< and I $000; Joseph McDonald's machine -
! :'Vtf logs steins
. \, shop and stables, loss $3,000; C. M. County Court convened at Titusvilleon ZAN' C S RENAKER
LOSLEY &
CO.
For prices, catalogues and, estimate. Greer, $3,000 loss, Insurance $1,250; Mrs. Monday morning, Judge D. L. Gaul- (Successors to )

i 1" address, BENJ. W. JEROME. Knapp W. P., Hatchett losses on, furniture lessee of about the Miami$750: ,; den cases, presiding.on the docket.There There were very were few six owned by ourselves and clients. Price Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Bis)Bi

II I Fla. hotel, loses on furniture and fixtures charges against II. J. Shirley, Herbert .OC Bottled Beers Ales and Stout
: Rockledge, lands $3.00 to $100 .
,: about $2,000; Mr. Smith, manager of the Spell and W. M. Moody, who were each for unimproved --

hotel, lost $1,000 in money and all the charged with assault and malicious mis A First-class Line of Cigars. .**. Billiard and Pool
1 ) The Anuenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'ion: personal effects of himself, wife and chief. The defendants were broughtup per acre. Table!
Dr. Fowler of and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
daughter Mrs. a guest at the last term of court, and on mo- Family given to II';
t, Fumout St.Louis Keg and Dottled Beer. the "otelt lost $1,000 In furniture and tion of the prosecuting attorney, Mr. M. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY& MOTLOW, Titusville
personal ''belongings. Mr. McDonald Is Goldsmith, continued to this term. The WE have a few Residence, Orange
'
\ Bold 1)T Mei*. I/mler& Motlow, Titusville, Fta. as having insurance, but how defendants knocking ::::::
Fla. charges against were In desirable
JJ111rr.J. O.Cratib, Cocoa much Grove and Pineapple Properties
t;: Br Mr. W,J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. Is unknown.The colored boy off a bicycle and damaging Protect Your .
fire was so sudden and fierce that it. Mr.. F. J. Webb defended the locations. Prices Reasonable. INSURANCE FIR

': ...JOSEPH ZAPF.. scarcely anything was saved. Indeed, it accused. Mr. Goldsmith having decidedto Property Against
was a miracle that all the, guests of the withdraw the charges, the defendantswere -
hotel and boarding-houses escaped without discharged.The LIGHTNING: : And: C7YGLONESI
Wholesale Beer and Liquors I f TITUSVILLE
s: .I Injury. OFFICES f and MIAMI. represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual LI//
Another correspondent writing the Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of .the City
West Bay Street, ADVOCATE from Miami, says : ,Meteoric Display. \ Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. ,
MIAMI FLA., Nov. 12, ISD9.
,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fire broke For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER., I
4 At 2 o'clock this afternoon Our residents have been much interested Meat .Market
East Coast
out In the Miami hotel, and burned it this week, in the shooting of stars Titusvillc, Fla.

to the ground, also steam laundry ad- recently predicted by scientists. Up.to

f MAINHARD BROS., Joining. The flames spread across the this morning we have met nobody G. F. DUREN, Agent. l
.f street aDd destroyed the Metropolis who had seen these shooting meteors.

office, King's undertaking rooms, Greer's The last great meteoric display occurredIn -O'jCD
Cleaning and Dyeing boardIng-house, Capt. Jack's store and 18G6, when it is estimated that fully f > Supreme SATISFACTM

I the Gliclewell, boardinghouse, occupiedby 240,000 fell within the limit of the earth. rn _sly+ ai 'Ik
l+ > Mrs. Knapp; also the shops, stables On that occasion the falling: or shooting
p. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing and store-houses belonging to the Flagler stars surpassed in brightness and lustre c:>> ,

fi.; clMned, dyed, repaired nnd pressed. works. The freight depot and dock had many of the fixed planets.. Stars of b 1 follows.the possession of one of our ban
a narrow escape, and had not the railroad of color could be traveling '

every.variety seen ts
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CAN'CER po + some,artistic_ and efficient Oil Gas par
bands kept the roof wet, it would certainly through space at the rate of 108,000 r 1<
have gone. Cuttrell's house and miles an hour, leaving trains of unsurpassed b v.. stoves. Its substantial construction, i
boat shop on the south side of the river of which lasted
brilliancy, many co in the of fuel
; economy use its eflicli
L CURED at HOME. were set on fire by the sparks but were several minutes after the meteors had S .rr.a... _
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put out immediately. The temporary vanished. t=3C CDrr.a. f dissemination of heat and easy manager:
court house the river bank had a narrow ... =L OOOf:
on
.
NT) KNIFI3" JS'O CAUSTIC makes it
Several were sick = deservedly popular, as well as i
persons
TREATMENT rAINI.KHS. escape. Social Club ))snt>e. Titusville. Florida. "' y f+
In bed In the hoaxes that were burned, r low price.
h
Bellevlew, Sanitarium but were promptly taken out and carried St {

I3ELLEVIEW, .FLORIDA to the fever h.nspitalLoss est! The members of the Titusville Social S

mated at about f3 ),OIO.;> Club gave another of their enjoyable George Peeples... } JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
__ ,
m dances At. era house 'fIt'U'VII1A. -
fV..O .. \; _.... :
night The attendance was WIT co '
Fruit Wednesday
Grape JACKSONVILLE'SGALAWEEKThis .. not very large, but those who were present buildino Old Gibson:, next ...TillSlYlltll., TITUSVILLE, FLOKID

rcw spent a very pleasant evening.* Thee door to Carruth-
and Trees week the streets of Jacksonvlll weather was rather warm, which, no[ era' barber shop.wasbfogtonAve.. \ FLA.
Orange TITUSVILLE,
,. have been more than crowded with sightseers t.. doubt, caused many to stay away. .

I a large number of them having arrived Tinsmithing, Roofing, Gutteringand LOST.
'
from the East Coast. The third ..
all kinds of repair work promptly
-Frank Louisiana Titusville Is ready
;
,
,
a Grafted and Budded annual Gala Week formerly opened on I '
t Tuesday, and there has been one con tin. to act as guide to hunters. attended to. The profit and! more, on SHOES.We .

uous round of amusements all the week. ,The ADVOCATE is now on 'file at al Work from down the River solicited. offer several pairs, most'men's

e 'on 4 and 5 year old sour orange roots. All of the business bonnes on Bay street the best hotels in New York city. $3.50, $4.00, and $3.00; sizes 1.71

4' Grafts t to 1 inch diameter, :4 to 0 feet,, are beautifully and artistically decorated, HAND 'MADE TANKS and 9, now at. .. . .
and to add to the holiday appearance o f .
6
well branched. Thirty varieties now that thoroughfare Innumerable sideshows CHURCH NOTICES., '
HAND MADE !
ready for delivery.The and fakir stand tire dotted along ...JXJST HAL

best trees In the State at any both plclos with monotonous regularity, EAU GALLiE-Archdeacon B": F. Brown IldNET AND SYRUP BARRELS, '

c ''w price. Those wanting 'a really fine article from Market to Bridge streets. However will hold services at Eau Gallie on Sun- As good as the best and as cheap as the Send us your orders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. .
Newman, near the corner of Bay, day next'at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. cheapest. All warranted.
should write for prices at once, and boasts only of slick fakir's stand. Not
n Machine made barrels for sale, but not Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla
I' enf ge trees for fall and winter planting. alone did the citizens of the metropolis GKOROIANA-The pastor, A. C. Sirde- warranted. ,
( ,; watch the events that were marked out, field, expects to preach on Sabbath at TOM JOHNSON,

f These trees are undoubtedly the but thoituands of visitors and friends the M. E. church morning, and evening Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla. JOHN R. WALKER

best'in the state, address, frc.m all parts of the State came to watch at the usual hours.TITusvILLEPresbyterian. ,
and rejoice In the growing prosperity! Church Sun

O. W. CONNER Jacksonville whole State., which means that of the day School at 10:45: : m. Preaching at ...John B. Massa.'.. Furniture, i 1 Ice Cream Parlor.
11 a. m., subject: "God the Father Almighty
There was plenty to satisfy most exacting ," Evening service at 7 p. m., Wholesale and Retail
Ocklawaha Nurseries. taste. From the sober nnd serious subject: "The Bible, a Lamp." bong Millinery, II Soda Water,

deliberations of the Florida Good Road service for 20 minutes Fruit Produce and Commission
'OKLAWAIIA .
FLORIDA. I Association to the ten-cent shows thai 1
Goods (Fount and bottles.)
Rev; Mr. Farmer will preach at {the Dry
fill available vacant and the ,
---'iF every space, Baptist church, Titusville, on .Sunday 1\1 ERe II ANT. & Tobacco.
t peddlers of toys along the'streets, there 11 Cigars
F was Bufllclent to please the most fastidi- next, morning and evening. NotIons etc.
Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons,Limes, j : 0&r '
f NEAR & TAYLOR ous. Tho crowds seemed to come from The Indian River Baptist Association : 'Confectionery etc
:
Bananas Grapes,Apples, ,
Pineapples, ,
every direction, and to be omnipresent. held its eleventh annual meeting at "Star i
Building. i
r Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Estimates as to the number of' visitors LaGrange from Friday morning to Sat Coooanuts,'Walnuts Pecans, and all ("at the old stand.)

? H ,' In the city vary somewhat, but by comparison urday might' last. The several Baptist Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts In season. Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive prom
with previous and similar occasions churches from Lake Helen to Lemon the barrel fine
It Is conceeded that well Quite Also, by and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
.: ti quite as many CIty were represented. a .
arid Vinegar.
f 11 1 I guests of the city have accepted .Jackson. number from Titusville .attended the Fresh Apple Cider Apple

.. t ville's Invitation as at elthor'of the' two preaching services. 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. ESTABLISHED 1875.
Eau Gallie
t Fla. I preceding Gala Weeks. Every train Established 1885.

to has the brought commercial Us full capital quota of of the Floridians State. For Salo-Edcu "Watermelon Seed This is one of in the Jacksonville.most reliable! houses 7ZX: m..A.. IBOTTIKS:: :: c$5 CQ

i. The events that were scheduled were -

P. L. Turbyfill, carried out on time, and surpassed ,all The Eden melon is a cross between the GRAIN FERTILIZER
GARDEN
SEEDS AND
expectations. The dromon's parade was Rattlesnake and Kolb Gem. Ships well. WM. KNAUER ._ ,
: a greed success, and the trades display Favorite melon In Northern markets. ,
. t Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. satisfied everybody that Jacksonville Is Seed sold In any quanty Wholesale dealer in 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
progressing to greatness and Importanceat L. WILSON. Jit.tp .
We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of n
'Allendale S. C.
I : I have'v some of the finest horses and.oaariegea a rapid rate.FLORIDA 10-17 O.. D Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright II

in this section of the country. dark' at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
POSTOFFICES. For Sale, Star Brand Fertlltiera-Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Par 0"
the Wholesale
t ,Call and see me. Reasonable rates. Buy your candy from Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate ol.'otash.Sulphate Potash, etc. These fertilizer have
'i of Call superior In the market and a trial will convince. Send for Catafojcae'tree.
five
Fla. good
;' The number of Presidential post. At Banyan, acres Candy House. or
P. L. Turbyfill total. makes from 300to 100
vegetable land
I' offices In the United States is 3,003, of ; write for prices.
1. which number Florida contributes 32, crates of beans each year; good house
'W'kynesyl1le. North Carolina.
and dock; price and terms liberal; wilts Address: GAY
1 standing thirty-third In the list of States,
, 8Jan HILLIARD
B. J. ,
I 1 while In population the State standstblrt.y.firllt. Fla. Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
,! I' .. Cf fourth-class offices thereare 8-12 Tropic, BROTHERSGROCER
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
71,007, of which Florida furnishes
'I I, For Salo. 1,094, standing twenty-sixth in the list. The Gem Barber Shop. :

Her postoffices are mostly small, how '
t At Daytona Fla., live and ten acre ever, and the postmasters receive an The Three Whys.
Shampooing
f., lots choice vegetable aud orange lands. average payment of only $130( a year, Artistic Hair Cutting: Shaving
In this but etc., Porcelain Bath 'Tubs with We make a Special Feature of our .
a Cheap for cash, or will make liberal standing fortieth respect,
terms. Address, leading most of the Southern States. Electrical Baths attached. Everything WHY KILL YOUR MOCKINGBIRD
, f C'OUKTLANU BUCKMAN, The Northern States have fewer and larger up-to-date. E. STltIN AUSKH, l'rop. with stale food, when you can Mail Order
:. 333 West Buy St Jacksonville buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Departmen
: 22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. postofUces, proportionately, to pop Ib
ulation. Food fresh every day at 25o per j-eent

\ In ,point of postofBco receipt per capita unwhere lOo extra! to pay: freight. Knowing how difficult It 'Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCER]

; Fey IMueupplo Slips and Suck Florida stands thirty-second, everyman A Beautiful anal Valuable Home WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER LIlEAr, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them 1111

era for Sale. woman ncd child within her borders for Sale at n, Hartal, II111 when you can pet a bottle of promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfa t P
spending on an average $1 for post- Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed We carry the mont complete stock of any Grocery House in East Floilda, and h,

,;- Hit| This expenditure per capita ranges At Mlcco on Indian river, Fla." consisting to cure for i 50o.WUV many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
wti Abbakns, Egyptian and Golden Queen, from $2.33 in the District of Columbia to
MI'eR1well built, two- Buffer from splitting IIEAD-
vSEND: FOR LIST
\ of 101 ; OUR PRICE ,
Porto Rico Smooth and Bud
Cayenne $0,841n:< Mississippi. house 7 rooms a two-story store "/* AQIIR. when you nan get a bot-
story ;
Sp .hlh. Apply toMADUOcK There wore twenty-six arrests of postmasters building, DJxSift., handsome front lawn, tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will
& MATTIIAMS, and others, made lu Florida In short order for lOc.
aOO foot dock cure
shaded by palm trees; a ; you
"Palm Beach Finery," the of which ten E. A. WADDELL
were
during: year, con. and and
West Palm Beach, Fla vloted, nine still await trial and the 230: budded orange, tangerine grapefruit II. THOMAS, Chemist Druggist ,
to bud
trees; 150 sour trees ready ; LaVilla Pharmacy,
t!-- others were discharged on examination. BOO young, nursery stock; artesian well; Jacksonville, Fla Miami City and Dade County -

Tho Orlando Nurseries 1,200 feet galvanized; pipe distributed
Roes Wanted. over place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples
few hundred Porto Rico pineapple nrSub8cl'lber, your attention Is drawn Real Estate BureaA
Offer for November and December do ; a railroad station on west to the name-and-date slip panted l upon
limy 15,000 choice budded orange and Correspondence Is Invited from those plants; running to your paper or wrapper. If you are In
grape fruit trees; are four years old; sour along the coast having' bees for sale. line of this place; tramway be arrears please remit
orange stock. 5,0)0) sure bearing fig Large or small quantities river front on the east, This place The to select )list of-

troes, Peach, Plum, I'earaud Persimmon SOUTHKHBEK Co., appreciated must be seen.river. very The -We want to draw the attention of
', and best 10 tf Fort Tierce Fla. handsomest place on the :BllYBiMcnyno P1
trees all loading varieties. land Is of the best hammock. Orange our numerous readers along the East oprt3'; ,
25,000: camphor trees Imported seed. Coast, and throughout the state In gen
trees nearly all In bearing now City Lou, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate II
Everything carried by lirat-olass nursery. Hampton and Ills Cavalry Apply to D. L. GAULDKN, Atty.. eral, to the advts. of the live and ener-
Write for prices, to businessmen who are bidding fora
Tituivllle, Fla. getlo ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
GKO. II. WBIQHT, I share of your patronage In the columns
books issued
One of the most
popular ever For
General Manager Orlando Nurseries. In this country. Every old so'dler of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

should have it. AU historical scholars Where to atop In Titusville. See ho- of any particular line of goods, the pink ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,

Reading notice ads. on this page will have It. J. E. Fults, Sprucebluff, tel and boarding house advU., on 7th paper will tell you the beat place to buy Fertilizers, Chicago, IlL Chicago,

f are live cents per line per week. Fla., agent for Brevard county. 8p page them. Read ads. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

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