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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 24, 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
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lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00047
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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WL.10. NO. 13 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1800. PRICE, Co. ;

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LOCAL NEWS -Judge D. L. Oaulden left for Mioco A HEALTH RESORT. I HUNTING AND FISHING ON ON A PLEASURE CRUISE. Rumor says he will not return to Key ,
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yesterday. West this season.
THE EAST COAST. -

And Topics of General Interest. -Pl<<:ase send In your down-river Items The advantages of Tltusvlllo, as a The fine house-boat Buckeye, owned Manager Jas. P. Vlnlng: expects to op.

not later than Wednesday. winter health resort are being' recognized; Judge of Sebastian by Mr. T. A. Snyder, of Cincinnati, O. en Hotel Colonnades, Seabreeze, on or <
Staples caught
of;
by the number of visitors already locatedfor commanded bv Captain R. I). Moko, about December 1st, for tho winter sea.
and General Golp In connection -Mr, Nolce Bristol], of Illllsdale, N. the winter at the Indian River Hotel. lOOlbs. of pompano on Tuesday. Jensen, arrived In port on Monday after son. Ho has had a very successful season '}

Mlatr.Ith Billea1ne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, Y., expects to arrive at Rockledge on the Duck and quail shooting, fishing, boat- Commodore F. D. Hughes and wife, noon, and anchored oft tho City wharf. at the Grey lock, Wllllamstown ',t

and Halifax KlYer, Key Welt 30th Inst. Ing and liver bathing from the hotel of New York, write us that they are now She has had a now 40-horso-powcr engine Mann., and we hopn he will have tho "'

Banana.ad all other Important Point along: the -Mr. S. F. Gray, of this place, has bathhouse'are among the attractions, enjoying themselves, fishing at Saint placed In her;' she has undergone a same at the Colonnades t

Coast of Florida. Brief mention of I built a bicycle] boat, which Is now being and are indulged] In daily by the guests. Lucie, India River.Congressman thorough overhauling from stem to stern, ;
cut Manager Chas. A. Merritt of Hotel
and has been neatly and artistically ,
Variousparts
Event from used on Indian River. Manager Bast anticipates a lively season.
interesting J. Capehart, of VII'Rlnla Rathbun .
Jack onvlllo has thanks '
painted both Inside and out, which our i
,. the World I About People You Know -Mrs. Geo. W. Scobie and little daughter The recent arrivals are as follows: arrived In town last night. Ho shows the Buckeye off to good advant for an Invitation to attend an Informal t

sod People You Don'tPicked Merl, have gone to Canaveral on a Capt. II. E Bugbee, St. Augustine; F. Is a well known hunter, and owns a deal onnnlng of his; new hotel. He gave a j

IP by Our Society Editor and a large staffof visit to Mrs M. B. Burns. W. King, Macon, Ga. ; Fred M. Caxton, of property along] ; the East Coast. age.On Wednesday the following party arrived "beefsteak dinner," which was much en-
scattered along ,the Atlanta, Ga.; II. E. Naethlng and wife,
Correspondent Mr. J. W. Grant, of this place iu Tltusvlllo, and at once boarded! joyed by the many who responded to tho \
of Florida. Mr. and Mrs Orange Howes, who G. Lucbbers, New York ;city; A. W.
hoot: Coast brought to the ADVOCATE ottlco yester- the Buckeye: Mr. und Mrs. T. A.hnyder: Invitation. It was credit to Merritt'aHotel
have been at Madison, Conn., all the ttwulin, Richmond, Va. ; Capt. L. P.Dccsz .
summer, are again in St. Augustine.Mr. Fulton, N. Y.; W. E. Dobbins, day, a fine wild cat he had killed just MIJJ. Baldwin (Mrs. Knydor's mothci), Rathbun and Its manager fA

THE ADVOCATE, Atlanta. Ga.; II. F. Atkinson, West Palm outside Tltusvlllo. It measured three Miss Mabel Snider: and Mrs /Snyder circular: letter iccelvcd the Anvo-

$1.50 per annum, in advance. E. L. Brady paid a visit to De- Beach; II. B. Mace, B. F. Bell, New York I feet. He will save the skin. maid, of Cincinnati ; also Mss Mae :Snyder CATS ofllco Mates that Mr llallcckWelles ."
Land this week to his of Mrs U. I). Hoke of
see daughters Chicago. ,
$1.00 six months"h city; J. S. Roth, Charlotte, N. C.; Jas. Our Stuart correspondent says: has leased the Granada: hotel, j
countries.The who are attending Stetson University.Rev. Jensen, Is also on board! with the above Nan Cftlllo I the house boon thoroughly :
$2,00 per an. to foreign Harper, Titusville; Thoa. B. Forbes, jr.. Fishing with hook and line has begunat : having '
Jobn A. of this Brooklyn N. Y. Gen. Wm. U. Jewell, the and last merry paity. ] ovciliAllied] and l'enoviLtCllln8lclo
RIVER ADVOCATE is on Hughes, place, ; bridge, as year, Charles This is tho (list visit of Mm. Baldwinand :
INDIAN news-stands at five has been attending the East Florida L. D. Brown, Orlando; T. A. Feaster, McPherson, Is the champion fisherman. and out Tho Granada: a very cusy ;
sale at the following Prebytery, this week, at Glenwood.The Rockledge; C. D. Vanneman, St. Aljtlsitine Some of the rest are trying to find out Miss Mao Snyder to Indian forward River, and well-kept hotel, and tlioxo who llavo'I
cents per copy : ; Capt. J. L. Baker, Jacksonville; with what magic art he manages to and they certainly may look toa previously\ stopped there, speak In high: '
Titusville-Fred S. Ckaffee. weather on Indian River still royal good time under the protecting,: terms of itVo IMh the ;
Geo. W. Scobie, Titusville; A. L. :Sears; hypnotize the big sheepheads. .\\ now propiio-
J. B. Screven. Its record warmth. For wi.igg of Mr. and Mrs. Miyiler, Miss
keeps for
up N. C. ; C. L. <;. IJampe, N. Y. ; J. 0'Bl'ien, : tor every success .
When you subscribe for the, ADVOCATE some weeks past It has been nearly SO New J. D. Sinclair, Jackson Mr. A. R. Gladwln, of Flttn>1tl, Mnhrl Snyder N no stranger to the l' IIMt
by the year, it does not cost.youthree in the shade ville Smyrna W. .1. ; Jacksonville Mass, arrived In town 'Sunday, and in. Coast, for she hall Wen Mouth with her Hotel 1'lacliln: ] U still a very popular
Bryan Capt.
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cents week, postage included. ; stopping: at the residence of his brother.He uncle Hovcial winters, 1\1l1ll11allo numerous house In Jacksonville. Tho ciulslno I II ,
per Major Alex.] St. Clair Abrams of W. A. Coster, Mrs. B. Cnrtlss, N. Y.; W. t taunt
blends her chiiiiiottuUlloH.She imld to I ho excellent, and for breakfast
Is enthusiastic disciple of Sir Inane: i by genial !
of expiration printed upon
date McFarland Titusville Judge M. S.
Note Jacksonville arrived In town Wednes- H. ;
last winter In Now York Dud dinner, Manager Meriitt gives, for
week.-This Walton, and made some fine catches+ offish pent : ,
your paper or wrapper every day to attend to some bar matters be- Jones, Titusville; B. T. Bardin, jr., T. T. ,J 10!) ho 'I
No needfor at this place lust winter Mr. Glad-! alt henglt) nhw studied] hind, Miss :Snyder CIII I following/ : One cereal, two t f
for money. Williams Alex. St Clair Abrams
ha receipt send your for subscription. fore Judge Jones Major win has already stalled out with his rod told! the AnvocATKclty: reporter' she had eggs, any style, one steak or chop with 1-
us to receipt T. F. Ellis, Jacksonville; Jake Myer, jr., '
it to Dining the past few months we have and real, and Is hauling In the tinny hnlll\I good ttinci. potatoes tea or colTco with broad and
date gives you. J. W. Fussel) Atlanta Geo.
Chicago
The ;
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butter A 40 dinner consists of
etc. cent
added quite a number of now subscribers MacKcever St. tribe Tho Buckeye Is now moored! to our city :.
Chicago T.
Harrington: ; wlmif. loading with all tho good soup, ono roast and on til CM, two vegetables
TReading notice ads. are ten centsper note to our our mailing efforts are list.appreciated.WE We are pleasedto Augustine; Dr. T. U. Perry, U. S. Marino Mr. Geo. C. Luebbers, of New York, thing of this up life, that Mr. Snyder desert, tea and coffee, broad and

line on this page. Hospital Service. after spending four d,iys on Indian River knows will\ ho needed by his guests during butter, etc. "

commenced :Mr. HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of shooting and fishing, was maidenly, I tho ciuino of the Buckeyeup
Work has again on Tho Walton hotel Philadelphia la .
Julia street. the best vegetable land on the East -For Dental Work go to Dr. Dodson.Mr. ." called homo by telegram on Sunday. He and clown\ Indian and Halifax livers ,
Brown's residence on probably at this season
;W.M. office call while In and more prosperous ;
town
Coast for either rent or sale on gave our a ,
easy
Jos. 1'. Ball of Da'toD18! In and l.akoVol'th this winter. than at any previous ono, and the gen.tlemon's ,
-Xever fall to read every page In the terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau said he had enjoyed his' short vacation
ADVOCATE. You will\ always find interesting Gallie, Fla. town to-day. very much. Mr. Luebbers brought: down cafe and palm room mo filled !
2 duck and hauled In some fine fish 1t1.,1 l In New Turk nightly Scarcely] a neat can bo obtained
local news, especially on pages -Circuit Court will convene in Titus- many ,
-Mr. II. B. Mace, a prominent New ville week. while on the house-boat Rose Marie IntholattorfioniOp.m.! until closing
4,5and8.Dr Yorker, accompanied by Mr. B. F. Bell, next The many Mends of Mir John A. time, at 1 In the morning.! Tho superb

and Mrs. DIBol, of New York, of the same city, is a guest of the Indian -Have you: paid your subscription ? Mr Herman E. Naothlngj! of New Waddell brother of Miami's well-known I'otuodl'Ith Its Mexican onyx walls, 1 1

and Mrs. Wm. Jarvls, of Cocoa, enjoyed River hotel, where ho expects to remain If not, 'ease do so. York, sailed down to Titusville. from real estate agent, Mr. E. A, Waddell, mosaic floors luxurious couches, billllant I

a few days' visit in Daytona, the first of some time. the Mosquito Lagoon, TI1t'Kdl\y.lor the will regret to learn of hula! death in New Unlit and Inspiriting orchestral
-Mrs. H. W. Reynolds] paid a short of his wife who arrived
the week. purpose meeting Waddell few music presents tho most palatial Interior
York. Mr.I wrote us a
I
-After spending a week or so In St. visit to Jacksonville this week. from Now York that evening. After to bo found In this title
-The ladies of the Methodist churchwill Augustine and Jacksonville, the Hon. F. hotel weeks ago, saying: that owing,: to his l'hlll\dolrhll\
at the Indian River over
Rive an ice cream festival next S.: Morse, of Miami\ passed through hereon -Mr. A. L. Sterrltt, representing,: the stopping night left for their house-boat, bl'othOl"lIlIerloulllllnll"R, ho would not bo Our not l\t\lt correspondent 'l\ys1
Florida Hardware Co., Jacksonville, is they able to return to Miami for Homo time;
Arms
Tuesday night in the band room. Oysters Saturday last, on his way to West which was anchored In the Lagoon Tho addition to the College 1
served in every style. Palm Beach. in town to-day, on his way south good deal and now comes tho sad news of his dmUh. hotel, at thl* place, Is neat ing completion ] ._
Mrs. Naethlng,: Is anticipating a!
well known to and
Deceased wait us, was
have
-Mr. T. A. Feaster, of Rockledge, -Mrs. Sawtell, of Hardeevllle, has the -Mr. W. E. Gerow, representing the of sport, hunting and fishing on the East gentleman of excellent qualifications It In,Hut-clans and the contractor order by expects tho winter to son.non. .

stopped off here a few days on his retard thanks of the ADVOCATE!: for a present Standard Oil Co., arrived in town yester Coast, and she Informs us It Is her fiit lie was a native of Canada, but had n This hotel han 11 fine locution, j
very
from Macon, where he has been forBOrne of n jar of very fine Jamaica sorrel sauce, day. He loaves for the south to-day. visit to Indian River, host of friends la Now York, whore ho and U crowded with tourist every, winter ;

time past. which ]has been much appreciated by -Capt. and Mrs. Benj. Hogg, of Fort had largo wholesale" '' warehouse on War which Itpol\kn well.for\ Uio manage\

-Judge M. S.' Jones, who has been those who have sampled it. Pierce, are still on board their yacht,, CHURCH NOTICES, ron street Wo join many nthel'sin condoling I of thl ho tt/h/ y.

presiding at Volusla Circuit Court, held -Senator and Mrs. E. N. Dimick, after E. C. L., which Is moored to Nelson's with tho deceased's family In The rtilnftttt house beiund", line Io6n

DeLand, returned home on Monday, enjoying the Gala] Week festivities at ways. their and: lose. I thoroughly l'ollOvatml Inside and out, \

having completed his.. duties.Mr. Jacksonville, returned to their Palm -Capt. G. C. Quay, son of Senator M. TITUSVILLK!:-The services In the 1'1'1- making It have quite a neat appearaoe.

T. F. Ellis', the well known and Beach home on Friday. Their visit to S. Quay, was among the passengers who byterlan church Sunday Nov. 20, will Death of Another In
popular representative of the Rex baking the metropolis was a pleasant one. passed through here Tuesday. lie was be: Sunday school at 1)I5) & a. m.believe This popular hotel will goon open. for( J

powder, was in town yesterday, on -Mrs. F. R. Remlinger, the wife of on his way to join the other ameteur ing Jesus at" 11 a. m., subject, "I In Henry Parker, a well known Somlilftfo the winter season I

his way south. lie is quite a hustler for the genial chief book-keeper of the F. fishermen who proceeded him a week or "Thanbgl; 7 vlng.p. m", song service, subject, Indian, recently died at Indian Town, Referring to Mr. II. K. IlomU, former '

his company.WE E. C., Hotel System, of St. Augustine, so ago. about JO miles west of Jupiter He was manager o( the Now Uockledgo hotel .

HAVE at Delray (Linton), some of has returned home from New Yorh, -Capt. Allen Lovelace, who has been Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine \ a very peaceable] Indian; and, like poor llockludgu, tho No* York Hotel Reporter -, .,

the best vegetable land on the East where she has been for some time past. holding the position of purser on the service at St. Gabriel's church, Tltusvlllo old Tom Tiger Tall, who was killed by nays" : III[. 14'!. !Heiiil, whit|, j III| to

Coast for' either rent or sale on easy Miami and City of Key West during the on Sunday next.A lightning/ :September, was much re have tho management of till! now and
who has been
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros.. Eau -Mr. W. E. Youngs on past two years, was said to be an im- sported by white people-especially by very handsome Colonial hotel, built by, .
few months' visit to his in
Gallle Fla. a parents mune. This did not prove correct, for liuntei This make two prominent H MI. Flayer, of Now York at Nassau ,
Coming Dig Land Male In Hrevurd.
and also other In
at towns
Plymouth Seminoles who have to their
the Captain was laid low with yellow gone "long N I',, In the Bahamas, has been engagedfor ;
-Mr. James Harper, who has been on Ohio, returned here on Sunday last, and fever. All his friends were glad] when sleep" within the past two months. several year aw steward of tho two .

a month's vacation, returned to town on has again opened up his hairdressing establishment they again saw his genial countenance Mr. Wm. J. Bryan, a popular young summer hotel owned and operated by :

Monday, and again holds his position near the Indian River hotel. around town. He is now In Jackson lawyer of Jacksonville, was In town fiom A Hcatitlfiil Winter Homo the Halley Brother" at Lake Mohonk, :

in the F. E. C. Railway office at this -Miss Annie Bellows, of Dauburgh, ville, occupying a position as mate on Tuesday until Wednesday, examiningthe N. Y. Mr. Beml went to Florida two

place. Ga., was among the pleasant callers at the steamer D. Murchison,- and will not titles of the old Spanish S gul grant, sale] aide years ago nil manager of a mall hotel at
For east of
Her aunt Miss return to Miami this winter It Is rumored near Aurantla, which Is to bo sold to very cheap, on Miami and ]last winter he
-Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of the F. E. C. this office on Saturday. Hobo Sound, Indian River; opposite wan given
Ry. Land Department, St. Augustine, Bellows, of Chattanooga, accompaniedher that Captain Lovelace will soon parties who will start a turpentine farm store, tollce( and expresofllce about charge of the Royal Victoria' at Nassau,
and left leave for New York to bring south a new thereon. po ; after It and remodeled
was a passenger on Tuesday's southbound to Hardeevllle on Saturday, 15 acres, 1100: ft river and Atlantic oceanfront wa purchased by I
for LaGrange next day. steamer to run on Indian River Mr Flakier. The financial showing
train
and said he was going as ; seven room, bath and screened
far as Palm Beach. -Mr. Ernest Allen, superintendent of -Many letters are arriving at this of. Notice to bicycle Jtlders. verandah Ground Irrigated by windmilland made General by Mr. Bernie wa Knott HO satisfactorythat decided
to
of Miami the Palm Beach Casino and pier, was a flee, from northern residents, asking for largo tank. Good wharf and warehouse Manager '
-Attorney II. F. Atkinson, him In charge of tho New Colonial .
to that
Owing numerous complaints
southbound train Information as to accommodations at also 4-room bathhouse on ocean hotel
wived in detain Sunday's ; <
ten town, Monday yellow after being en passenger route home after spending about a hotels and boarding houses, rates, when have been made relative to fast and dan- beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanutsand In addition to the Royal Victoria -
days In the fever hotel
that both
camp. the at NOR-
HB has also been stopping at West Palm week in Jacksonville, where he said he they will open,' etc. As several failed to gerous bicycle riding now Indulged In, ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated so will this Flugler bo under Mr. Beml1 'm
have deemed it to the lau season
Beach and Jupiter. had had a pleasant time. Inclose a stamp for reply, we forward I necessary serve booklet, (price, etc, to ,
them sample copies of the ADVOCATE, following notice: All "scorching" or fast CIIAS. It. SKHJKANTHON:! management.
Conductor n. E. Bugbee, one of the -Capt. W. A. Coster, manager of the and refer them to the ads. on 7th pageIf bicycle riding must be confined to the 3'Jl: Jackson Building, With reference to Mr. Flagler'i new

jovial F. E. C. Railway employees, took Canaveral Club; and Mrs. A. B. Curtis, you have a hotel or boarding house, the hours herein named, viz: From 0 to Nashville, Tenn. hotel In Nassau, the Nassau Guardian

charge of the Titusville-Sanford train on the housekeeper, both hailing from the or anything to rent or sell, why not let 8 a. m., from 4 to U p. in., also any time says: Notwithstanding the hlnderancc j

Monday morning. lie says It gives him Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y., boardedthe the people know It ? We have even had after (Op.m. Any violation of this ordinance that have unfortunately occurred In the \

Crest, which he needed very much. launch Erl King, commanded by people writing to ask If the East Const will certainly result In the arrest AMONG THE HOTELS. conveyance of material from Florida In

Capt. Geo. Schuyler, Wednesday after hotels would open the coming season. of the offender. Nassau owing to the appearance of i
-Attorney Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, route to Canaveral clubhousefor A. D. PENNEY fever at Miami and the
pawed noon; en Now Is the time to advertise in the pink Where to stop la 1'ltu vllle. See hotel yellow conoijuent I
through here, Monday, en route after a week or of Titusville. that the
the season spending Do 091 wait until the season U Mayor quarantine against port,
to and boarding house advt. 7th
on
Jacksonville for a while. Jim had to BO at the Indian River hotel We acknowledge Caper. work In the Interior of the Colonial hotel

*> ten days In the Detention Camp ere a pleasant call from Captain page. I.I being proceeded, with expcditlouvly.

waving Dado's county town; but he says Coster and Mrs. Curtiss ere leaving for A Hnrgalu. Do you want to purchase a hotel and The ball-room, dining-room and rotunda I

they treated him well while in camp.lIMr. > Chester Shoals To Kent, cottages ? If you do, road ad. on 7th are now being /finished oil, and In a short

Robt. W. Hunt, the popular For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River, page. time the oak floor will be laid The .
of the Southern Comfortably furnished house In Hen- Florida fine residence, and the schoon ornamental work I II already producing ,e
a
passenger; agent Printer Wanted.A The Hotel hibiscus, I'alm Beach, Fin,
Railway, has our thanks for one of the dersonville\ N. C. For full Iartlculauaddress er-yacht Hemlnolo. House stand on will be conducted thl season by E. R. an effect which I la artistic and gratifyingto
Rat large calendars prominent overlooking Indian River the eye. A little later on tho necea-
Issued by his company point Jenkins, of Stamford, N. Y. Tho open.
for the hear 1900. It will have a first-class job and newspaper printercan H. TWYFORD Atty. ; ha 105 ft river front;; 2 block northof ing I II let for Jan. 10. nary facilities retaining to the proper
good position In the ADVOCATE office. secuie a permanent position by applying p, O. Box Pit. Hendemonvllle, N. C. main part of town, on shell road call. management( of the hutel will be fully !

] to Doan Bros., Went Palm Beach, ed Palmetto avenue, contain U room Manager H. 8. Pock, of the Arlington, apparent In this Immense structure .

Fla. and bath newered to the river, veranda I'etonkey, Mich., punned through here, Mr. McDonald] tho builder, feel con 11- :
For Sale, Cheap, For Sale. on three, sides lli.t clang sea wall and Friday, en route to Kockledtfo, to get dent that the hotel will be ready for the

boat homo; about 11 AcreS of ground; 75: Hotel Plaza In read I now* for tho winter opening In January next. OuUlde theL'olonUl

llTtel;l slodoP, Edna; length 32flj J beam. Sewer Wanted The most desirable' property In the orange trees, :il() trees bearing, 25: boxes Manon. the piazzas are In course of .
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and I I. .J
the
construction
being
in cabin. A capital center of Rockledge, on Barton avenue; of oranue last ye.ir., The old Brock Hume, Enterprise, Fla., frontage
aseveral
joUngboat.( Address, In order to supply the large order co. ifttinff of five acres covered with Yacht I II W feet on keel], 22: feet beam, which I owned by George L. Atklo & planted with' grass. Cocoa nut trees of :

-3J] M. Bv tfunxs, Canaveral, Fla.1fA'TEt being received for the McFarhind protection thrifty orange trees, also two cottage. draw aft 2i) Inches, forward 14 Inches, Son: of Abury Park, N, J., has been year* growth have been put In
tide and t
forced to run our the ground near the water ,
tents, we are thereon. Apply toW II) foot centerboard, promenade deck all leased for the coming season to H. F, Q
Wanted for of varied kind will also have a
a bus; must be In good factory' day and night of )(. M. MKUWIX, Milford, Conn. around, cabined!; wlth.7 Itate room, large Ingluhart, of Watoi town, N. Y. palm
shape and day crew, women who are capable After Nov. 20th, Itocklcxlge, Fla galley, closets] store room, refrigerator, place there.The \ 1
at
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a reasonable price running 8ettlnl{ machines; for night crew, ,to. and I II completely furnished, and I II I )fr, H. I', Share, of New Haven, artlzan employed effecting tho (
Address H -* I I II I
men who have had some experiencewith the most convenient yacht in Florida L'onn1 wall a pall8unA'l1rOn Friday' south repair and Improvement In the Royal 1 ii

Sera Breeze p. o., Fla. sewing machines. Good pay to WantiMl. water Will sell resilience, yacht, etc, 'bound[ l train, en route to Kockludge to Victoria hotel are pushing hard to get J

quick workers; also men In the .follow at a big bargain. look after the opening of Isis house, the the hotel leally In lime for the winter. ||

Launch For Sale. ing departments: Cutting department, Experienced party In stock raising Write for further particular to New Kockledgo hotel, Mr*. Share accompanied ieaon The addition of bath-room to [

Iron department, wood-wotklng department wants a partner with capital' to start a G. M. Ilutfroar, : him. a great many of the bed-room I i. among 1 (
IQft
lain' rst-class running condition; a barfWtl and a few practical\ men who understand cattle ranch In South Florida; best loca- 203 State street, Chicago, Ill. The Holly Inn, Daytona ha been' the noticeable Improvements, and other "|2
Dimensions I : 3 leased Mr the to Mr.
by Porter
owner
aft-tuf1; *feet beam; 28 Inches draft, the installation of the Tents. Call or W, care ADVOCATE ut-buildlng take the place of the old v,
of II. B. Whltc<*mb, of CaUklll, N. Y. l
rot wer motor; speed, TUimvllle, Fla. WJIKN' ORDERING your Xma kitchen and tere-room. An elevator, J
8 miles" o address The Holly Inn will about the lOih
(log an h mhas; large carry- MCFARLAND FRUIT PROTECTION Co.'CltulVllIe. candle, order from A. R. J'axtoD, who 15th of December open which U not by any mean the least of it
ca ] for passengers or freight; Fla. Titusville laundry. I I. the oldest and' mOlt reliable manu or the; requirement of this hotel, Id being: jjonutructod.

flat l' and sea ted to tern facturer of pure candy In (the state, Ie( Mr. O. Bulter Smith, manager of the The grounds attached to Jibe

flatter cushioned. Fittings; chore Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltuivllle, U now manufacture both plain and fancy candle Hotel Key Wet, at Key Wet, and aloof Royal Victoria are la the hand. of !|

cables a"; complete and In Koodappll' The San Mateo Cigar, prepared to do laundry work of every *, chocolate, guava jelly, orange mar. the Ito/lle/ sad Flume Horel, la the an experienced gardener, and In a short ,c]

order by' full particulars and price, description. AH work guaranteed. malade] etc., and Mil wholesale and re- White Mountain, ha* been In f St.:! Autfuctlne / < time the pleating effect of his energies; ;U1'

letter to All Pure Florida Tobacco, Leave washing at G. F. Duren'i, tail. Note the address: 413 West Bay a few day this week enjoying will be even more observable than they {

II. MACHATTIE, East Coast Grown them. corner store your, opposite ADVOCATE office street, Jacksonville. be; boriUlltle of 1M Alcazar Dame Dow are *1
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: CIGARETTE, SMOKING. The Eminent 1{'dneyi :I'rEVT: coP SEEJCS

I V O Oe. Ot ( Tf : and Bladder Specialist BLOOD

; lv A Dr. C, A. Clinton, of the San Francisco For Fall and Winter Sowing.

I board of education, has made a special

IA a at N study of the effects of cigarette smoking Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black Golden

: [l""NDI o$TSI among the public school children of that lNntirt TROUBLES Valentine }Vax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida te

city: and In ,the Midland Methodist expresses Rust Proof Oats.
f1gR r
I f himself as follows : f

"A good deal has been said about the Write for price list.
I CUBED BY
h(i 1
cAfI evil of cigarette smoklnir, but on -ha1f a L. CAMERON. Seedsman

the truth has never been told. I have B, B, B.-Botaaic Blood Balm- ,

t, "'!'f'. watched this thing for a long time, and I 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA

,, t" v ,h say calmly and deliberately that I believe for Bad Blaod

cigarette smoking I is as bad a habitas
GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARY
to' opium smoking. I am talking now" / ,

,, I I of boys, remember. The, effect upon __ TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE, 1VIA.R : BROS.Wholesale

grown men Is, of course, not feo marked."A .

.. I Ip Ii cigarette fiend will lie and steal, The Discoverer of Swtmp-Root At Work fa Dealers .In
U His Is blood Impure? Is It thin?
p just as a morphine or opium fiend will Laboratory. your

Y ," country most dangerous because so decep
I'r the whole moral nature. It first stimulates live. Many sudden deaths are caused by Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula -

and then stuplfles the nerves. It It-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure ? Eating sores? Itching, burning,, 131 ,and 133 East Bay Street and 0 and Newnan Street,

t 'M ,-- send boys Into consumption; It gIves or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skin JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
kidney trouble Is allowed to advance
1 ONEOFTHE CAUSESOFTHE the enlargement of the heart, and it

t I s''. BOER WAR. sends them to the insane asylum. I am the vital the organs kidney-poisoned or the kidneys blood themselves will attack or scalp itch? Catarrh? All run down!? ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CHI}

It physician to several boys' schools, and I break down and waste away cell by cell. Malaria? Aching bones? Have you

' L: An American, who has lived In the am often called in to prescribe for palpitation Then the richness of the blood-the albumen hereditary or contracted blood taint?
of the heart. In nine out of -leaks out and the sufferer has Brlght'i, for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
J : Transvaal writes as follows: "I suppose cases Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. Have they resisted medical treatment? We are headquarters Pas
line of Grain and
We also a full Hay, Feed AVe
ten it is caused by the cigarette habit. guaranteed genuine. carry vat
havo heard stories In Kilmer's Swamp.Root the discovery
t F you many new and will be
If you have any of the above .blood Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial you pleased
America concerning the cause of the Every physlcin knows the cigarette heart. Is the true specific for kidney bladder your
and troubles. It has cured thousandsof troubles a bottle of D. B, B. MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville
i fi war. Cutting off the fanciful and the I have seen bright boys turned into urinary procure Fla.
dunces and honest apparently hopeless cases after all other Botanic Blood Balm It acts directlyon W- We only Sell to Dealers.
K ; biased statement, tho whole truth is straightforward, efforts have failed. At druggists In fiftycentand ( )

, this: Paul ,Kruger was a simple-living boys made into miserable cowards by dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free the poison and humor In the blood,

t ;, old Boor, content to live quietly as a sort cigarette smoking. I am not exagger!: by mall also a book telling about Swamp- neutralizes and expels it, makes a per- CHAS. IBZ TTJ E & CO.
Root and its wonderful AddressDr.
I the truth that cures.
of king farmers until the advent ating. am speaking
;y among Kilmer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. and manent cure and heals every sore. B. DEALERS IN -
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t I Into the Transvaal of Dr. Leyds, a smart every physician and'nearly every to ocher mention this
l (. Hollander, who became at once the chic: knows." paper. B. B. goes to the root of the trouble DFMia wine and :Liquors:

9 adviser of Kruger. lIe was made State and cures after all other methods fall. 417, 419 W. nay ft.,

I t Secretary and at once invited to the Millions Given Away.It Two or More Cock. Even such terrible blood diseases as JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

i i Transvaal his sisters and his cousins and is certainly gratifying to the public Some- writers recommend 25 hensand cancer, eating sores'and chronic rheumatism .

j his aunts, in the shape of hundreds of to know of one concern in the land who 2 cocks for a pen. It will not work. MONONGOIIELARye
are not afraid to be generous to the In large flocks with open range a are cured by using B. B. B.
Hollander officials Hollander servants,
I f needy and suffering. The proprietors of plural number of cocks will work alright Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup
{ Hollander judges and lawyers for thet Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -
for each cock will herd a flock Whiskey t
1 courts, Hollander railroad officials and Coughs and Colds have given away of hens for his own amusement but the broken down constitution, stim- 7 ,

. Hollander assistants In the Government. over ten million trial bottles of this when confined two cocks will prosecute ulates the appetite, increases the vitalIty ,
medicine and have the satisfactionof .
t r offices., In fact, everything was gobbled i great knowing It absolutely; cured thous- a war of extermination against each of the blood and gives a clear, i Delivered to

by Dr. Ludys and Hollander crew. I other If they are good. Each one's ANY PART OF THE STATE FOR
np ands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis any smooth skin free from blotches, bumpsor
1 1"" He fairly ran the whole ship. If a Hollander Hoarsness and all diseases of' the theory Is that the other Is "not capa- 'i. al's ,r. .spo.2O.i.
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t f could not fill a post, no English Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely ble of self government" and therefore pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For L

": men need apply. A German got it next cured by it. Call on F.S. Chaffee, druggist ought to be "exterminated.' "-Ttnnes- sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID,
1. !" : and eet a free trial bottle. Regular see Fanner.,
I 1s in order. All orders that the Transvaal size 600 and $1. Every bottle guaran- large bottle! large bottles (full treat- I + Miami Rye $4, per

{ If: had to place wore placed in Germany. teed, or price refunded. Brave Men Fall ment) $5. Trial bottle sent free to 4 fff% Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.

J' German engineers and surveyors constructed Lewis 06 Rye, $4. per gallon.
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney sufferers. Write for a bottle and describe "' Rye and Corn $1.50 to $2.50 gallon
the railways. Dr: Levds suggested Forty-one warships were launched In troubles per
as well as women, and all {feel
Mount Vernon 1802) $:i
Rye gallon
and will per
I to President Kruger that It would Great Britain during 1808. the result in loss of appetite, poisons in your troubles, we give

t*; bo a good plan to build fortifications. Lobsters not have spirits but the blood, backache, nervousness, headache free medical advice. Address, Blood
may I
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and
tired listless run-down feeling.
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i ri Kruger was caught with the idea, and at many a man has felt his presence after But there's no need to feel like that. Balm'.Co.: 140( Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga.

, .; once Germans were imported to build deal h. Listen to J.'W. Oardger, Itfaville, Ind. Medicine sent all charges prepaid. John B. Stetson
; the forts: German Instructors took the:! He says: "Electric Bitters are just the University
economical
i It is easy enough to be
t t' standing force in baud. When Hollanders thing for a man when he is all run down,
when have plenty with which to and don't
l' succeeded. you care whether he lives or dies. NOTICE. ,
failed Germans .
,: ,.: economize. It did more to give; me new strength and .
i Leyds gained complete control of the good appetite than anything I could take.I DELAND, FLORIDA.

" .1:;" finances and, taking all his friends into Chamberlain's can now eat anything and have a new NOTICE is the hereby Florida given; Union that it Telegraph Is the Inten-and

the management of the country's affairs, Pain Balm Cures lease on life.,' Only 50 cents at F. S. Telephone Company to apply to the Gov.ernor
R' Others, Why Not You. Chaffee's drug store. Every,bottle guar- of the State of Florida on the 15th/ day of -.- -- .... .. ,'-
became almost a millionaire of sal-
out and
a December A. D.1899. to alter amend Its "
anteed. :/: fl Z tirMtLI( ,
; lary of $10,000 a year. Ho was making My wife has been using Chamberlain's charter 1st. By as adding follows Section: 2 to Article 3. of said r, ... w 1 ,. ...
Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame charter that the will rea.las follows: (1t1'J; 8
such of State so same
good thing as Secretary )::;
Title Come High. '' \\ii: at ':S'i l
shoulder that has her The stock of sail Corporation l'I
pained continually Section 2. capital '
;'tr' e' 1.
that it surprised no one when his term for nine years. We have tried all kindsof Mrs. DOI'CIlS-'l'ho American girl who may be Increased to a sum not to exceed .r -. .>. "'..i.JJ', "'1''i' ;

of office expiied to find that ho had been medicines and doctors without re- marrk'H! a foreigner has to give up 50000000.2nd. Amend Article 4 so that the same will "'""W. >. r-I:1

; quietly dropped and shipped abroad asp ceiving, any benefit from 'any of them. most of her rights. read as follows:, :.",'', L. ; .' "
f Ono day we saw. an advertisement of Dorcas-That's nothing to what her tilt+o-tea ARTICLE IV. ei
Ambassador tp the European countries All the aforesaid stock of $5,000.00 being ,
k this medicine and thought of trying it, father has to give up.-Town Topics.A fully paid up by the foregoing, and above clesTilieu -
Even In the 'l'l', nsvaal politlcaf jealousy which we did with the best of satlsfaolon. property' ihe MOI'kholilers of said $500 ,- p r p
pp finds place.. No more cordial hater of She has used only one bottle and I'aliileM Threat. ,00 of stock shall not be personally liable and "
laid stock of1,0110,00/ shall not be assessable
the Biltlsli\ ever existed than this man, her shoulder is almost well.-ADOLPI Mother (to little Frieda who has for any purpose whatsoever.3rd. :
L. MILLETT. Manchester, N. II. For Amend and chance Article 7 of the char-
r and ho will leave no stone unturned to been taken to the dentist's to have a to read as follows
no as :
sale by all druggists: and medicine dealers. ter of said Corporation
r aa, net tho European nations against them. tooth pulled)- Frieda If you cry I'll ARTICLE VII.
The hiphtest amount of indebtedness to which
More than half of the mischief of the There are nearly 130,000,000 Mussul never take you to a dentist's again. lie said Corporation can at any time subject 4
Yonkers Statesman.' elf is f2 OuOOIIO. and the Corporation may
Transvaal without doubt beset
question can under the British bond its and such other
and
men Hag. mortgage, property '
t down to Dr. Leyd's door. I have property as it may purchase or construct to so- For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Begar
A "Wise hesitate Lover of the Truth."Don't .
philosopher says: men cure indebtedness. s
! met with many au honest Doer who has won't' Which said alterations and amendments were
'I to mel" exclaimed October 3rd. Send for
; only fools are certain. If the say the unanimous vote of all of thestocIholders Catalogue,
emphatically given It as his opinion that philosopher is certain of this he must befool the old gentleman angrily. of Bald Corporation at a meeting
t :. if Dr., Loycis had boon sent back to Holland "Why? You wouldn't have me lie leld at Titusville,Florida, on the 6th day of No.
College Academic Normal Art and Music commodiou
according: to his own theory.-Chi- vember 189U! for the purpose of altering and Departments. Large,
years it would have been a blessingto I about it, would you? asked the boy.- amending! said charter.
the Transvaal. I cago News. Chicago Post. FLORIDA UNION TELEGRAPH AND Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, .artesian water, etc., insuring

',' I Onov5t TELEPHONE, COMPANY. perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2
A recent issue of tho Daytona Gazette Working Night and Day. Jnvenlle Pride.
:... -News, says: "General White is out- The busiest and mightiest little thing "I've got a hatpin made out of a nugget Blaster's Sale. trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full Information

,. that over was made is Dr. King's New from pnpa's copper mine." Address. j. p. FORDES, President
:, numbered greatly by the Boers, but they Life rills. Every pill Is a sugar-coated "Thnt's nothln. All my paper dollies AND 11? VIRTUE OF A DECREE
do not seem to beat him very much. globule of health, that changes weak. Is cut out of mlnln stock."-Cleveland UNmm) an
Every fight in tho open adds one to the ness Into strength, listlessuegs into en- PIn In P>-r IM I--. in a cau.e Circuit therein Court depending for llrevard wherein County, Florida dolor J. FOR $ 3.2 0.

English successes. When General Duller orgy, bialn-fag Into mental power. They F| nnery. is plaintiff and Fran Everett and .
urn wonderful In building: up the health. v..Mna L. Everett his wife; Marian E. RuHnell
'+: roaches the scone with his largo force Only 25o per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffoe, can truthfullysay and Alfred Russell, her husband Jare defendants. Sent to us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange, we wi
: I will sell at public auction In front of the CourtHouse '
the Doers will retire to the send
Transvaal CHARGES
f Irugglst. dllor.at Tituavllle, }Florida during the you by Express, PREPAID,
I ) and the follow who got up and shouted Dr. Fierce's med- legal hours of sale,upon the FOUR FULL

4 '; when the Doers entered Natal will wish Two-thirds of the beef consumed by FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, A. D. 1899, QUARTS
icines did me more to the highest and best bidder for cash, the
't
i ho had remembered, "Silence Is golden." Englishmen comes from America. following described real estate of the defendants Of the Celebrated'Seven-Year-Old
,/ The Doors 'than all I had situated in llrovard county Florida to-wit.
threaten
to
good
1 put piivateers The broad-headed horses are the clovrest. All of the SEW of the NM, a dalloftheSK of
.., on tho sea to destroy the merchant\ vesBj In the British Household Cavalry the NE of the NEtfj\; ; and also the NK of the
ever taken before. \Ei! of the SKY, exceptlug a parcel of R acres Calhoun Pure Whiskey
.:.. >ls of England. This it not Rye
; according horses with broad foreheads learn their upon which S. w. Jennings holds a bond for
to style of the present day. Now private drill more rapidly than tho others. These are the words of Mr. O. S. title, described as follows: Commencing IS rods
west of the section line on the hank of Tajlor's
property Is,und ought to be respected. Copenhaver of Mount Union Hunting- Creek, runnluK south 628 feet: thene west 420 We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all con:
.1 Medical men now regard typhoid feveras den Co., Pa. lIe says further : feet; thence north to Tiijlor"s Creek following ment,), When you tot; It n i The killing and maiming of combatants a disease BO that "About twelve year ago I was suddenly the meandering of said creek to the point of bo- $ .20 will be cheerfully rerumie.l. This Whiskey Is as good as any $5.00 goods in the market
' preventable as one fctomuch fourWe e are clost-at hand and can give you' QUICKi.Il DELIVERY than distant horses We ha'$
taken with in the of the
pain
a pit gllll1lnl
! has to bo done It
will\
men fight. A privateer of them declares, "for every caso ojyphoid which was so violent I And 3 acres sold to W. Harbin described a. been dOln): 1'"slneHs In thIs city and at the same stand for over 15 YEARS and as to our REi
'I which goes about destroying the could not walk straight. follows Commencing; where tbe section line I J'ONsnHLlTAD REPUTATION for honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here,
I' ;,." fever somebody ought to be I consulted a physician between Sections 3 and 4 crosses Taylor's creek I the; editor of this paper ,
property of thoso who are not fighting hanged." and he told me I had a and running from south bank of said crock 49: SOLOMON & LEVI
munitions of' form of dyspepsia, and ..... rods south, thence west 10 rods,thence north to ,
or carrying is
""i' war a, thing treated me six months y, ;, j., said Tajlor's creek,then along said creek to the 1928 & 1030 First Avenue,
.,,: which every civilized country should It will not be a surprise to any whore with but little benefit. I. 1/ point of beginning, containing,less the exceptions P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
then triM another physician ", noted above 88 acres in Section 4,town.
",,, oppose at all familiar with the good qualitiesof and he told me my f ship 35.south Range 40 Last.
General Joubert has objooted: to the Chambcrjaln's Cough Remedy to liver was out of order and! q JOHN HENRY ICE.rTrepayElrreMrarPe8toa11! I JOInts reached by SOUTHERN EXPRESS COH
know that people everywhere take pleasure that I had indigaslion! but I 8lJcclalllla ter. PANY., to points on of other Express Companies, we prepay only to point ""'t>er
use of Lyddite shells When ono rushes In their he didn't cure me. I then 1 Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company.
relating excellence In the tried another one who said ( _
' into a fight thoso things ought to be use of that splendid medicine and In I had chronic indigestion, I" I Executor's Notice.
considered beforehand. If the Doers oiling of the benefit they have received ulceration. the lining of 1't.lI/'
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the stomach torpid liver HODGES.
from it of bad colds it has cured
tho of ..
thought only proper way In which and kidney affection. He J I 1 I.hereby given to all whom it may .
the war ought to bo conducted the threatened attacks of pneumonia It has treated me for more thau (]I NOTICE that six months from this date Manufacturer of
was ..veitedandof the children it has saved ayear. I then took several IJt
I 11l UJ the undersigned will present to lIon.D.L.
= English fighting In the open while they from attacks of croup and whooping widely advertised patent II Oanlden. County Judge of Brevard county ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
medluiiea but received no and
.Florida his anal report accounts vouchers' ,
did target shooting from cough. It is good medicine. For sale
behind rocks a
than
more temporary relief i together with bis petition for discharge as executor I
gy they will find out their mistake. It is by all druggists and medicine dealers.A while using. I then I I of the last will and testament of Emily I ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and'Yegetable Crate'
tried Doctor Herce'a medicines ,deceased. I i''
A Reynolds Anyone building
contemplating their
shedding
unfair for flue marksmen'to pineapples or oranges or
as shoot man? hU 'Gold n
at Dated at Fort Pierce, Florida this 8th day of ; of Florida locateat
Medical Discovery' and any part would do well to waste for prices. The saw mills are
men from behind shelter as it Is for the candidate can never discover the the IMeasant relicts and .June A. I. 1899. I e Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W., Ry, Lumber delivered toFlan]

f other fellow to roach over behind the good points of his opponent until after feeling In two months'better than time I I was had f Executor R. 8. REYNOLDS Estate of Emily I I part of the East Coast. Address: II. A." HODGES, Duffalo Bluff,

\ rock and let tho marksman hear something his defeat. for year before" A. Reynolds deceased. ,.-'
The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is the C. T. MoCarty
drop. A guidebook makes the curious
assertion most effective blood purifier and germicidethat Attorney for Executor, Junl6-6mo :SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TABD
a that a largo proportion of those who modern medical science has produced.It Palatka Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherli"*
Useil by Drltisli Soldiers Jit Africa have made the ascent of Mont Blanc at once neutralizes the poisonous, fermented Notice.

Capt. C. G. Dennison Is well known have been persons of unsound mind. bowel And matter as soon in the a* this stomach is removed liver and by WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

all over Africa as commander of the the action of the "Pellets" it soothes the Is hereby given that on the 21st day ,
t forces that captured the famous rebel fled front a Gun Inflaiuined membrane of these organs NOTICE, A. D. 1900.will\or aa soon thereafter all
'' Oallshe. Under date of Nov. 4, 18U7, putting them into healthy condition to Danlden can be County heard Judce I apply of Brerard to his County Honor D.for L. Manufacturers of -

from Vryburg. Dechuaualand he writes: Was the ball that hit G. B. bteadman, absorb the nutritive elements of the food.It a heal settlement of mv fccounu and approval
"liefore starting on the last campaign I of Newark, Mich., In the Civil War. It aids and stimulates the action of the of m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of '

bought a quantity rata of Chamberlain'sColic caused: horrible Ulcers that no treatment digestive into the blood fluid. along of the with body the and food.Is absorbed It en. From II. ,C.the Smith administratorship deceased, and of for said.my estate discharge, .* Cypress Lumber, Shingles and Lath. 1 1A

Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy, helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's riches the blood filling it with vitalizing W I. AU.KX. ,
!J,:, which I used myself when troubled with Aruba. Salve cured him. Cures Cuts It produces Administrator.
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bowel complaint and bad Bruises Burns Bolls Felons sound -Bivinl' properties. Jensen Fla.. Stopt.,8th.1\99. large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, telling, siding, mouldings, shingle
j, given to my Corns, healthy flesh-muscleyo* tart u"r Uobbnis A Graham, Att',. )' for Administrator. lath: and
Men, and in every case it proved most Skin Eruptions. Best Hie'cure on earth. ifi'M. It is a safe medicine. It containsno pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cynouldings ,
Wneflcial." For sale by all druggists 2a cts. a box; cure guaranteed. Sold by whisky, alcohol sugar or syrup. It does Send the ADVOCATE: an order for any 1 of all patterns a specialty. I

sad medicine dealers. F. S. Chaffee, druggist. Dot create a craving for liquor. ____ Job| printing you need.] When, home, write ui for price; when up our way como ..d... us.

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r Jlrltnnnln,Still Ilnlen the Ware. 1880.
CUCRCHKS.El'ISCOPAL 1" The old time boast that "llrltannl neclamntlon of Alkali; Land. I KBTABLISHED 11 11WMBER.
As a practical _measure, Illlgart "
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ANDALUSIANS.A rules the waves" was never more justified -
BLUE the use of gypsum or sulphate ol '
CHURCH.
urges Co.
than It Is today Figures published Bond: Lumber'
of lands containIng
lime In the reclaiming
Services 2nd and 4th Sundays: In each month Mediterranean Fowl That PoNen .. In Kellden's Magazine, the Are or'carbonate of ,
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school every. Strong Itlllty Qa .lltlen. number of which Is just at hand, say. the black alkali '
Sunday at 9.30: a.m. Evening prayer at 3 p. ron soda, and at the same time he polnti Manufacturers of and Dealers In 1I
Wednesdays. Litany service every Friday In the Mediterranean class of standard the London Mall, show that the entlr the necessity of thorough drainageIn 1
tt 10 a.ui. real typical Andalu tonnage of the world In ships amount out
Archdeacon B.F.BROWN, Rector. bred poultry a connection ,with the application of LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
scan Is perhaps the most stylish bird, to a round total of 27,073,028 tons, of otherwise the application will ,
;
BAPTIST CHURCH. and In order to t>e this they shouli which enormous aggregate the Unite gypsum :
rather do no good at all. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange j
colonies
their and Its own
Preaching every second and fourth Sunday stand well up on their legs, carry Kingdom
morning and evening. 1'rayer'1\1eetmgs every head fairly well up and have a back more than one-half, or, to be precise, and Vegetable Crates. We solicit corroitpomlorico.

School Wednesday every evening Sunday at at 9:48:7:00/ a.o'clock.m. Also preacl Sunday of good length, with tall carried at the the Immense and overshadowing proportion Illustration WinterThe 1I0&'I.on.from The Country Planing and Shingle Wills at Bonds Mills\ on J., T, A K. W. U'y. Yards at "I'"I'Saw !

Ing first Sunday at LaGrange.. AH are cordial! proper angle, not hlglwl''than shown fb of 13988508.: Deducting from shows three hoghouscibuilt DcLnnd and Tltuevllle.h .

Invited to attend. E. N. BELL, Pastor. cut. This proud carriage, with their this latter total 1,001,584 owned by the Gentleman together of rails common 10 foot A't

beautiful contrast of colors, makes an British colonies throughout the work, rails-an arrangement within the finan t

VRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.. attractive bird. In color the back am the United Kingdom possesses no lea clal reach of any ordinary farmer. Ai ,
hackle should be of a rich blue black, than 12,820,024 tons. be needed can be
Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m.and 7.30pm. breast, indeed far from this pn many houses as may J
finish the It Is a cry
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Geo. W. ScoMiupt. with sort of a velvet ; made In a row, thus Having rails. The
Prayer meeting on w Wednesday evenin body, wing flights and main tall feath dominating tonnage to the second biggest correspondent who furnishes the plan
MI:30. The iiubllo are cordially invited to at- Is surprising to
all of a rich even medium shade of which, It hardly
,
tend our serv ce ers further: '
Rev.JOHN A.HUGHES,Pastor blue;' 4he breast and body well lace< leatn, Is that of the United States of says The houses are double rail pens,

and the sickles and tall coverts of i a America and which figures out tI4,387 those on the ''outside being 0 feel

METHODIST CHURCH dark blue, forming a most striking tons. Germany takes thin I .,

Regular services every flrst, third and fourt contrast. With a good comb, whit place with 2,453.334; tons, which thu w 1 1151JI11 1I
Bumlaji at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p, m. Sunda ear lobes and a striking red face, yo1 follows closely upon American heels 7 .
School every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Epwort but those who follow
of beauty that 1 1hard Is Ml probably I
meetIng combination
League each Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Prayer have a
every Thursday night at 7:00 o'clock. The to equal In any fowl. maritime affairs closely will learn wltbsome I
uuies' Aid Society meets eery Wednesda beautiful as thi(' surprise that Norway easily at 3:oo p. m. Everybody welcome at our churc The female Is as 1 'J
ervices. male, with the same stylish appearance the fourth place, V i .

Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Pastor. and most attractive color, each I IIt I 'l it; j I
= Lore at First Sight.! 4
laced with a dark
feather being nicely "Is there such a thing ad love at firefight
CATHOLIC CHURCH, i CHEAP AMP COMFOItTABUt. .
, Services Sunday In new ? and those on the Inside 8 feetequal'
at 10 a. m. every square
Church Children1: ''. "Well, that's a hard question to an
Tltusvllle.
building North of 12 Inc.h-
thus leaving a space :
'',
!
i Is
catechism nltl'neslI. There
, at 3 p. m. ewer with any de
; _REV.J.F. O'BOYtE,Rector. something that seems like love at firefight cs between the pens, which I is ,DBed -' "
straw and compacted.The .
but It takes three or four y'arsto ) with
MUNICIPAL.. determine Its genuineness, and bj;l openings are to the south.at Toe this The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate, ::1;
3 feet high
houses are i
hat time the problem and the circumstances pens or for three I Ia ]
TOWN COUNCIL.iIa usually forgotten, and conequently side and 2% feet high at the opposite seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary years

>ori A. D. Penney; aldermen! Jno. J1 f, nre nothing:: / In clearly Hereon. tide, making a slant of 6 Inches on the sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab ;
f lon w< K- Knox Jno. K- Walker, D. 1Clerk I roof. The pens are covered with straw great is
: ? and treasurer C.; sNeSchuyiertnmareha; BtI'ateJ.-Chlcago Post. aDd fodder, several heavy poles being ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he :

, slid dot collector:C.Boukntght.The council meet ArM Navy *. put on for weights. In front of each never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in' .i.

I Tuesday in each month. Secretary Hoot Lus Issued an order house Is a rail pen !In which the These BOW a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person
eat.
positively prohibiting army ofllccnmbilshlng and pigs exercise and institution .
I I INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. accounts or pictures of anyests houses are cheaply constructed and arewarm to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same ;

l iwH''!' at the Armory, over county jail,ever ANDALtBIAN COCKEREL AND PULLET. of government arms and munItions comfortable! and convenient. .four of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
o'clock. Om eighty years\
clay ,
evening In the month at 8 Included.
; blue, wings
R. E. MIMS,JR., Captain. er shade of If get a, fe of war. He says permission will! Any farm. I should think, has the R'I'P'A'N'S help him very macho They also have two .
rely on- you finds that I
,bins can of which these Inexpen'dve
, you of certain material '
for the writing articles ently
, uale with the proper color, site will! not 00 Klven which are dmntHl by the Ile'partment |IOII-CH nre nuidu. I never use thema nurses there, one thlrtyyears: of age, the other forty-two; both suffer'

(t. Meet.every BOARD second OF Wednesday TRADE.night in end only hold It hen, hut I will ever Improve owned lived each year until. as not Inimical to the Interests ol IIlIcoutl tJW('. If a summer, Intervenes.' from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and ncr .

m'mtb ateo0 o'clock in rooms over wwiofflct, The best first and ape the gO"trUIl1l'lIt. For some time theniave --- take the Tabules and find them so useful that they '.
Judge .1, of age and won t1.trmher. ousness. They $
8.' Jones- lent; J. M. Dixon 1 r years boon strict orders against pub
nea ureri; J,O.Bust,Wretary. :lad at the great Ontario show In a Information relating to the O Uhlng You mid It wihin loh m.,
= .
that
rood claws at Blue age.Andaluslans rival oast lefenm'H, and guard are on duty But COUNTY OFFICEIIS. lu size the preventUltors! from obtaining In An rfar'i goodiunM In do MI. and finds that the
best hens to of belching,
the MUiorcas.! several of my taking photographs colmpiaecmenta I ttkr my dOlt an hurrlt. causing pain and paroxysms
at the (I'rcllenttlrue ormatlon or beside d. mirnh'i edge, to have hcf
Dawn willing
ivelghlntf sis pounds indeed and Is perfectly
SCHOOL BOARD.M. ;: of large white ells and guns. It has been Or .l*t ililpt I on board i beatAn Tabules are very good
ci N lInn. TitusTlllei; U. N. Andrewi and as layers isual to extend numerous courteslpt itahti in fob tcr drnlg used in testimonial T
hat to none a
_oa. 8. Gibbs,Melbourne. hey simply take off-their military and naval attaches on Udy, Mf, dry yob.y.i) name ...... ..... a.4 iati 0-
This Is probably the strong'ist to the liun'l you weep no mo'. AOTTIO.-A..r.f bid tr..e.W 1t'f"'A'1se wJ.a/ 11y/ I It w,........... :
of them. offer !In behalf of lut? In Washington but the foreign tUcdblni\ lito''i *.A/In hlgb .....nl..', _. 1M.... .1".. ....".". .-. _. ; ... \ .. 'l ... ...
f COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: point we have to ulinply wonderful xperts her will no longer; l>e permitM In oyiicr' li/la law 1_...11-...._,"','.-._,. ................ .s=J: .......-.. ... .. -
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his tll'l etl. They are testa.
Mend J'allcer the government
i > attend
i Uu it.'Walkera9ltusvllle; variety lays a larger to Ituhollnk bp' ".tln I IfI .. .. .. '
"Kes J. and no .. ,
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In .. .. .
avers olnler'anceof .
J.N. Waller.Ankona also found them to be ex- The same strictness In the *'. buy in ...'. stout.1'11b.uo.'a.eelahie. __ ,_.' d_ __ -.--.-. .- -- -- -
It r(hrsessioa areheld tint Monday la eaclCOUNTY egg. I have will be maintained In toe : -
chick 01 secrecy
seldom lose a '
tra hardy, as I been Issuedorblddlug T-l die hold out
when(* orders have, nun J
iay
. have one sick. spectators to be present at Don't Ircttln, honey IK .I.. JOB: PRINTINGOF
OFFICIALS. The accompanying cut represents ol Sushi about yob *
the trial
Teeress tbe proving ground during 1 put away d. tttor,
.
1fL 'Jone., circuit Jndge: n. Irst cockerel Premier and pullet armor duwt,d. oyster .niH. ..
L IBcou powder, shell or plate. An I ..
1 I M New Yorkhows. CUDS. .
(' !5Jn Tita$Tlle prosecuting Judge; at the Toronto and Barber, the president's |4 .A"SJlht TltuavUle, aitorneyr.u and the Edward I' do'. !
i 4. Is a son gwlnf'iUI oven
former
, : wan. Tille, clerk circuit court; JTltuiVni The been appointed( a sea
oteo' C1"','lit'. fly In high E.ucuted: at theADVOCATE '"
Ie tax collector> IUnrjrTltturille, alter a Reliable oDd lieutenant In the...Forty-fifth Infaq'ry A* de.ya.rs Uyln low
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i -f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE + JACKPOXVIM.K'S third annual Gala River'Real EstateTITUSVIELE Age

Week is a thing of the past,. and a Indian Cj

large number of our East Coast
A.tritKtr JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TAI DBTB1OPMBItT > BAKING
Or TUB I1TDUX KNEE, LAKE residents tell us that they enjoyedthe

," WORTH AND BIMOATIIB IAYECTIONa. big treat Immensely. It was FLA.YOU .

r r, beyond their most sanguine expec POWDER

s; PUBUSHKD EVEnT FBIDAY. tatiops, many making the statement ABSOLUTELY'PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised !
that the attractions far ahead to and ifl the bands of live I 111 th,'
were paper, free0f cost you, put men, to write atom!
.t CHARLES II. WALTON, Editor & rroprietor.P' of previous efforts. Day street wag Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public k
more
thronged from morning until night nr- Many sales will probably be made this v.lnter.by: this Agency, Wh,
Discontinuance of adrtt. moit be made per- with and DOV Al IMtlWI WWOf CO.,Mew TOOK. yours. Bct
a jovial merrymakingcrowd
f tonally at this office or by writing. PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10 no.
S t that seemed determined to ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to 120.00 per acre. '

Check,etc., may be made payable to CHARLRS have what they went to the, metrop- Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north ot
t't'H.[ WALTON,publisher and proprietor. olis for-a good time. They bad Eau Galiie. Stuart. Gallle; flrsfc-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $]looo. Ea!

t it, and nearly everyone returned ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay *l,MA thL I
"' AddreM all communication top year: and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, home delighted with Jacksonvilleand Dr. Hughlett was lu town Friday, on a Mrs. Glutsch, of Rio, is very sick againof HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.

.,' its hospitable and go-ahead professional call. heart disease. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 21 miles west of Tltusvllle coed
TiTtrsYiLt FLORmA.r people. Of course, while we give W. II. II. Gleason has grown: a foot Mr. Frazier shipped his first crate of pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00. '<*

,t''all due praise to Jacksonville's taller since Saturday-It's a boy. beans this week.
.) U. S. Department of Agriculture ,
merchant princes for the energy Two meat markets in town cutting Mrs. E. F. Hatch of Eau Gallic, is
f? Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fin. displayed in bringing the whole prices, which gives us cheap beef. spending several weeks. with her father, Jas. B. Bours

;;comparative;; affair to so successful an iasu, it Miss Rena Faber is visiting Sebastian, 0.. O. Poppleton.Some ,
P The following "late'L must not he forgotton that very leaving here Monday for that burg.: of our citizens attended churchat

r...,. week went of ending temperature. Tuesday and, Nov.rainfall 21, 1890.for the few would have heard of it were it The schooner Olivette, Capt. Brainard, sermon Waveland-Jensen by Archdeacon, and Brown.beard a good :E3aY: G-raLn.: Peed, flour

I Yi -1809- -1808ti. not for the gratuitous advertising has been carrying lumber to river points, ,
this week. Rev Lane will his GRITS MEAL\ AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW
DATE. MAX. MIW. MAX. AnN.I. doneby the Times-Unlon and Citizen preach last sermon GARDEN

I. 15 78 68 80'i) the Metropolis and Call, and I Miss. Jessie McMillan\ celebrated her for this conference year next Sunday, --- SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
The Sunday school will have a special
16 77 CO 80 73r
birthday out at Bovine
Tuesday
even-
the which
state
:, 80 08 by press generally- program of appropriate music and a
79
r 17 18 70 .07 73 81 08 includes the pink paper of the East Ing, with a party and a dance.' short address by Mrs. Dr. Haney in Age'nt for Gray Mineral\ Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man o

''t'" 10 79 74 74 (05 Coast, the ADVOCATE. The launch'' Eau Gallle, Capt. George; observance of "Universal Temperance beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
; Oleaaon made to New Come 10 o'clock. quotationi
; 20 80 68 76 68 a trip Smyrna, Sunday. at
last week Dr Welles and Mr. Mitchell Lowest cash prices.
;f 21 78 67 75; 70 ; Miss Susie Johnson, of Melbourne,

,', Total rainfall for the week: Trace. The Tampa Tribune says : The being passengers. opened school at Wa.Wa this week, with Office: 124 W. Bay street.' JACKSONVILLE:
; Departure from normal rainfall for the sum and substance of the warwhich Superintendent Sams was here Tues- eight pupils. By the way, some of you : FLA.

week: minus 0.71 Inches. Departure the Boers have declared day, making his usual inspection of may 'not know that this Is the name of I II
G( from normal rainfall since January 1, Britain school. lie found our school flourish- the hamlet at the head of St. Lucle river,
Great and car.
against are
t t' plus 4.25 inches. ing and well ordered. I opposite Stuart. Miss Louise Walker, CHAS. N. WELSHANS
r::, HAL. P. HAUPHT, Observer rying into effect is this : The of Jacksonville, is the teacher at Stuart ,
Transvaal until has Regular; monthly services were resumed for this Both ladies
{ --- -- --- always, now, at St..lohn's church last Sunday, year. young are
', A HOTEL guest cannot be blamed recognized British sovereignty ;'but Archdeacon Brown having returned from highly recommended as teachers. .

s' for "kicking" when ,he pays out now, when Great Britain demandsfor his summer vacation. About, the middle of the month the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
,
the Uitlanders in the Transvaal following lines were found lying loosely ,
good dollars for poor quarters.r : Mr. an,11\1r\ .Joseph Baner, of Brooklyn
around the "Pooh t
Don'ttell
certain rights, the Transvaal re- ,N, Y., passed through here Wednes- postoffice :
Cabot's Creosote
anybody, but have you seen George Agent for Shingle Stains.
day morning route to Ocean
en
,
on
bels. Having enjoyed for nearly
McPherson ? You to
lately
: The nation the death of ought see
mourns Banana river, where they have
spent sev-
the advantages of him." Now' the exuberance of that
twenty years an joy
Prices.
; IIon. Garrett A. Hobart, Vlce-Pres- eral winters very pleasantly.Capt. Write for Samples and
almost absolute republican form of called forth the above remark was caused
(1'_ ident of the United States, which Transvaal Lucas, of Palatka, came down by this: It's a boy. and he may well feel
h occured last Tuesday, at his home, government, the showsit Tuesday, bound for Banana river, 'but proud, for'a finer one'never came to Old 'Phone 8. }iv 13 Hogan Street,
does know what constitution.
in Patterson N. J. not through some oversight; failed to catch bless a home.
., al government is, and cannot com- the steamer Wednesday morning. Capt. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
,a. Our for
planters are pineapplesare
happy
plain if Great Britain insists on Lucas a prominent steamboat, man on
in fine order, and most,of them are '
iI ALTHOUGH neurly oil the Miami her rights recognized by findings the Ocklawaha river. making shipments of a few crates each

Metropolis plant was burned the of solemn convictions held between Mrs. S. A. Smith returned last Friday, week, with prices ranging from four to &' Baker
t. recent fire, Editor Feutherly, with Great Britain and the Transvaal. from Boston, where she has been' spend five dollars per crate. The work of MeMurray
his usual push and vim, was very ing the summer months, accompaniedby shedding goes on as rapidly as mills can ,
t; her sun, Frank, who will\ ''remain a furnish lumber and lath: Mr. Schroederis
little behind time in the
f publishing t5Ir MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH, in a week or so with his mother before re- the last to begin; but his field of fine 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
t,. of his paper last week. It is u lit. turning to his northern home. i young plants will\ be protected from the ,
recent speech, said : "The war in ;
K tie smaller, but it was a surprise to Dick left here frost we are not going to have this winter -Headquarters: for-
South Africa has destroyed both Capt. McCarty Tuesday
look for next .
no out
us to see the Metropolis "on deck"again morning, with the new launch built for ; prosperity year.A
conventions with
the Transvaal.
I in so short a time1Vell Pierre Lorlllard, by Rose, of West Palm representative of the Tropical S'un, Wagon Material Vehicles
I done, Bro. 1"eatherly.T I We must establish there a pure Beach, which ho is taking to New Smyrna of West Palm Beach, has been in and Harness Bicycles
T: and honest government, on the where houseboat Caiman is awaiting around Stuart canvassing for subscrip- ,

It' basis of equal rights to all, and on Mr. Lorillacrd's coming. Haines tions and job printing, and has met with and Sundries.
;:, The latest estimate of the war something enduring than Bros., of Jacksonville, furnished the en unusually good success, notwithstanding
tr strength of Great Britain is 683,770: more the:! "pink paper" is a favorite with our "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
i f paper safeguards. Subject to this, gine.We people.' As Stuart lies in Dade countyno put on you wheels
which be swelled grieve to learn of the death of W.
>troops, cnn to
we should give whatever self-gov only side of our river-It is
; .one
at.short notice.
,
.' R. Harris, which occurred last week, at
1,108,170!! from India and Cn.nudn.
: ernment may be possible in South Daytona, after short Illness. During proper that both papers find a place in -
Besides the it has a naval our homes. In no other way can you so ..
r army Africa. No one desires'' that great their residence here, Mr. Harris and his
, I well help a new country as by helping a
force equal to that of two estimable made
any to be family many warm
country governed permanently live\ HAMMOND
(,; other powers combined. Truth says from Downing street, London." friends who tender their sincere condolence l- :I newspaper. PACKING CO.

: k that Great Britain does not need and sympathy to the bereaved ones -Do you filter* your drinking water? (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
in their great loss. The altar and baptismal '
t. any more professional soldiers, unless tout of St. John's church or OUR SPECIALTIES :
are artistic -Do you want to buy sell propertyon
?<- it proposes to invade the con- THURSDAY next ,is the clay ap- evidence of Mr. Harris' skill as a Indian River ? If you do, write the
:, tinent of Europe. pointed by President McKinley fora wood-woikor. He was also the builderof Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

.'. general thanksgiving throughoutthe the Gilbert cottages. ville, Fla. See page 4. eLD. "Coin Soecial" canned"Calumet" meats_

; United States._ In_England it -f imsaa
breakfast bacon.
:It. THE ADVOCATE was one of the ,
'
is known as "Harvest Home ) and
: & strong supporters of Senator Jame I -, "Calumet" leaf lard.

, It'" Taliaferru in his race for a place e Is more generally observed than in Hotel Bathbiin O .... Homemade lard."Peerle'ss" ,
any country in the world. It Is Merritt's CAJILETON, pure .
ri'
; in the Senate last April. We had
made of' continuous compound lard
} confidence in him, and we think a day enjoyment sausagesand
the confidence has been well placed. and all the country farmers r all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and their families have
1!I Ho is undoubtedly a worker, and a righ roy- Market and Bay Streets, fronting St.. Johns River. American plan.
al time. We trust will .
't he is following closely in the footsteps our people Family hotel; steam beat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill

I i., of Congressman Robert W. do likewise and enjoy their turkey room attached. Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from' WILLIAM CLARKE SANITARY .
in PLUMBER.Fine
dinner
I i t' Davis. Both of these gentlemen a becoming manner. $3 to $1. per day. Special rates'by, the week'or month:................ "-

! r; seem to be doing a good deal of Fisheries C. A. MERRITT,' Lessee.

a work in Washington ; and it is the "STATISTIC of the of,the .- Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

f opinion of the ADVOCATE that their South Atlantic States: ," is thetitleof Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

if' constituents should appreciate it. a government pamphlet of 227 Hotel Placide. and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

! L The pink paper wishes these two pages, to' hand at this office. It is Merritt's descriptions re-tinned.

\ J'' bright lights of Florida every suc full of interesting Information and

f v\!, cess.: data, which have. been prepared in

the Division of Statistics and The only first-class; Hotel in the Stale conducted on the European 37 Forsyth St., near Laura, Jacksonville Florida.
,
t Boss PLATT, whom many of our Methods of the Fisheries, by the plan only. Our 40 eta., Special. Meals are the most liberal\ and
East Coast readers United States :Fish Commission. .
are acquainted
popular served In the city. Open all the year 'Bus meets all trains.
fit with, is determined to have a State FOR .STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
CHAS. COUCH, Rosldent Manager.
I Constabulary Bill passed at the THANKSGIVING DAY, i
t; coming session of the New York

i J Legislature. The object is said to Thanksgiving Ii a-Day oC MerrymakingIn ...0. L. KEENE...' Benedict, Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.
be two-fold-to
the
f place police of Great llrltalii.

t the cities of New York, Buffalo, Thanksgiving: day is more generally Mosquito Netting, made and unmade fine mesh. Sand fly Netting and Screen
f V, Albany, Troy, Rochester and Syra. observed in Great Britain than In any I Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions' Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks andsCottonades.. Coats' Cotton, in all numbers

l i, case under State control, and, to other country, since it is ono of the few 41cts. per doz. how Case, old or new ones. Special attention paid to

,r: give good salaried positions to a occasions when the nobility and peasantry Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
in a sense unite In "making merry." corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we
i : multitude of henchmen who will be The day is better known there as "liar- have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.

Ii f t serviceable in controllng elections. vest home," being one marking that Prompt attention paid to all orders. BENEDICT & CO.
r. f Senator Haines is to take charge of period when the harvest Is in and the POLLAK ,

Ii. the measure, and with his experience tenantry and peasantry are given a boll This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the latest 32, 31, 30 West Bay St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: with the liquor bill which' day.As Patterns and Stylo. -
'' a rule, the nobleman or owner of
bears his name, it is remarked that estates makes the day one of continued 21JEWELEO.r .
of Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.. I 101 West Bay Street, corner ,
be is Just the man to lead in this enjoyment, when his grounds are given WATCHES CLOCKS
, invasion upon the rights of a Belf.t over over to his subjects and all mannerof + -- ,
and outdoor
games sports are carriedout.
I, suffering people In his castle or home there is gen-
erally assembled house party, and the TlIJ SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY R .Jewelry Diamonds
01Y ,
UKCKSTLY the Court guests; join with the host and hostess In ,
of making the day one of happiness for the : 1
rendered
: Appeals a decision 1 Presents.
Souvenir and
Wedding Rings
p which effects the Gerry Associa tenantry.The day's pleasure is concluded by Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, lob S/ \aM 1 '
tion. It holds that societies for what Is known in this country 1\8'1\ "barn ", t

' k the prevention of cruelty to children dance." The decoration in this ample "J,4 FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

:' have no absolute, place are significant: uf the harvest, and SILVERWARE '
authority to
,r!F determine whether the ceiling and walls have adornment of Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk. Brick..... SPECIALTY..
shall
[ they keep wheat in the most beautiful designs. t .
ii|y or return children who have been The music Is always of the very best, and Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,

committed to their charge. In the ho owners of the estate and his guests Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 202. 225 W, Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA1fr I

case under review it is held that do their best to make the occasion of -
great merriment. J, K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
! the Court "has .
Supreme power to Many a story is told by the English Every Home School
: I intervene in this case and restore lovellsts of how the pretty village maids, W ebster' and Office should own

those children to the custody and In their rosy cheeks and smart frocks, E. E. M=:MS., 3TE3TITUSVILLE, FLOIHDA. TR'S s International Dictionary 1
I care of their parents. It certainly make jealous their country lovers when I DICr1 of ENG 1.1SH,
blushingly the ---DEALER I.N-,- Blorraphy Gcorraphy Flctlon
is they accept attentions of STANDARD etc._
a most! startling doctrine that a the young gallants of the nobility. On Court., the U AUTHORITY S. of the U. S. Supreme Court,.Jllh. Stala -Supren I
child, who is a public charge and the other bund, the grand dames In their ghee E.uOotors \Varml h' commended Government by State PnotJoi Office,IUId 0' Dearly.11 the khoolbooL6.
has been committed for such reasons satins and jewels grow jealous of the == .lmos Without number.::: SupciuHeadenu ol School,College I'nuteau, ar.d.

as are disclosed in this case country lasses In their fresh beauty and '
COLLEGIATE
t \ md taunt their knight en ants for turning .._ CO =:a ONARYwitb & VUWc Glouuy ofA
cannot be restored to parental care by their compliments the heads of .....- 2 < -*>** Words e
g ___ and f
and control where conditions Dew book aha lll fTBfmaf&t *j/tpc iTgX
have "pretty peasantry Previous to the ;; ulary. ); largest'I the id!& "U> '
changed and are such that neither lances there are frequently theatricals, t:.:) E. ePQ = f narrated compt. a .
and "
in law nor in morals the separationof wealthy estate owners have been ... **"
known \\ "* -
; to the boot London
parent and child should be engage commutes nun! P I1U, ete..
con- of both books
to entertain their people at theme G. &: c. w j em appUoat on,

tinued. > of "harvest home." ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACK3MITHINO, ETC. MERRIAM'oo..Pub1bhcn. Sprtngflcfd Mus.. u. S. A.










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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER
I 24, 1899. R ,.: .
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Jensen. West Palm Beach. M


,r g, Johns, -of Stuart, spent last Cards are out annonnclng- the wedding .FERTILI IZ E R
of Miss Alice
D day In town. Belle Armstrong! and RevWediJJlM'r16' .

n Geiger Is still with ns, Indicating Ulndry, to take place HHHf

['t ith'e insurance business flourishing the Church December fl, at
t of E ll e a.by-theoSea Palm

rfcMr spent a few days this Beach. !
O'Donoghue :
.weCk at Ankona, in the. Interest of George Fowler, one of a party of gold SPWCIAL PRICES
,
seekers
t who len ,here two .
otogrspbyfiia the Klondike has returned years home.ago: He for {f}

\ Susie Johnson passed through brought with him, a number of gold TOriJ : .

i on Saturday t, to take charge of nuggets, and has much of Interest to tell

rep public school at Wa Wa. of experience In that far-away country. ..PZrsea pp le G> o G-ro-w-ers. Jl
of Ankona with The
111 Frantz,, a gangen many friends of George G. Currie o .
working the public roadugh will be pleased
were to learn that he .
this section the, past week to return to Lake Worth to expects
remain per- .4.11 ArOu.1d. For'tUl.zor.: F11 I
has T. A. Snyder's. house- manently. Mr. Currie has been spend H I
R.a P.I;tip-top Iloke order, and will meet the Ing the and past two years in travel In Eu Price $25.00.GUARANTEED J3T" Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to '
Is
soon in which rope, now Montreal I visiting I us for prices, and we will to '
ydere will8commenee friends before oceeding south. ANALYSIS: prove you wo can save you money. :

the party their! Moisture..........................................,?.....t............... g to 10
oter outing. The handsome new home of George II. AmmonIa.... .. .............................,............ .... .......... ....tito..... II to II STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,

G'E. Coon took a party on a pleasure and bJnl8 rapidly likely nearing completion, 8 Available Equal to 8nlphate rijospliorlo' of Ammonia.AcId. ,.,!!!"..!;!!!!!t"II"J.I! ;! ; ............ 20 II to to Z6 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, i

00'his launch, Sunday afternoon. A I" very be ready for OCCupancy Kqnal to Iione Phosphate of Lltne........!............ ........................ 11 to is '
W made on the east shore,, by the middle of December. This Potash K2 O. ......"............"..........'''*.'..,... ..... H to 8\ DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, tl
was elegant residence is beautifully situated FgnaltoSulh ateot 1'otish.................... ......................!I!!.... 9 to 10 .
ere early beans were found, to be look on the lake front, and commands a fine 8 biagneela, meSoda, eto....,..................... ...... ...................... M to 60 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS E-t
relceedinglyAne.
view of Lake Worth for miles, both dr Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Thanksgiving dance to be giventhe north and south.
The
V. I. Association promises to be a The question of J3P" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.i .
bonding Dade
ndld affair. Good music has been county 0 r
for 1100,000 for H prices. '
the i .
of
purpose building
ored, and a large attendance is as- 4
a rock road from the .
south to the north '"
In the winter's fes-
red to participate
ities. W G- Gllmoje's. new turn-oui discussed end of the by county the citizens, is being of considerably this end of Please Correspond -with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for i
the neatest thing that has as yet ar (
it looks like Dade. A majority of the property I-l Pamphlet. Pi
ed In town; a strictly owners of West Palm Beach have ; ji!
already
nto-date city rig. signed a petition asking the County LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE '

Denote, Mr. Editor, your query as to Commissioners to call an election to de CO.
that has become of the Daytona, Eden' olds whether the county shall be bonded rIJ

bbals l Stuart and Jensen correspon or not. The petition will be circulated I
ate" We can only speak for our throughout the county, and there is no J'acksori.vi11o: ., Florid.a. :
yes, and can truthfully say that noth doubt that a Lit go majority of the'voters I
; bas "become" of us. We were out will stern. IL --.

our cyclone pit, over in the interior,,
Melbourne.OOODE Rockledge.Mrs. Sebastian. Professional Cards. : I IUltoao.
Ring for the stars to fall, as we were -Please wrlto us whenever you fall t o _
raid they might do us bodily harm H receive the ADVOCATE. .

kept our heads above high water John Miner, of Tlllm.in, has been Adrian M.'Rnnnii*. W ALTltlI 8. GRAHAM. i I
irk. We stood around over there wait- A OOODR.-Real Rotate and Loans. the guest of Mrs. A. J. Canova for the Sample, of Fort Pierce, was In A GRAHAM,
town BOBBINS
DeLand. and Monday.
Agent for Etna London and Liverpool
the meteors to bombard
for things
week.
; : Globe and Imperial* Fire Insurance. Special past
t, as the water was knee deep, we got i attention paid to the Interest of non.reel Chaa. Smith returned, Sunday, from a ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW I
and came home to find that 'donts.t The first oranges of the season from few visit ,
cd the Judge D. L. days' to Fort Ploice. j
Gaulden of Titusville hero were shipped last week from H. I
ink" editor was accusing us of beingmiss from Ornuic HOIIHS:From 10 to 12 a. m., '
In duty without just cause. Butare spent his family. Saturday until Monday will Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, J, Smith's grove: The yacht, Ladyo Agnes was hauled. and2to4p.m.TITUSVUJ.R J

i timid, and when great astron- the pink paper of the East Coast, will be S. II. Peck and family have arrived out at Kl'Oojlel's'aY fists }rook. '\ :, Brevard Co., FI.OIUDA. .

era threaten to bombard us with shot Mrs. D. L. Oauldcn, of this place, took received at the Melbourne Postof ice. and aro"busy getting the Plaza hotel In Miss Jtona Faber, of City Point, Is P. O. Hox.lOH.

large as the world, we will take to in the Gala Week' festivities at Jacksonville shape for the season. visiting her friend, Mrs Morrow. Will practice til all the courts-state and foil J
((flat woods every time, even if all the last week. Miss Anna Goode spent a few (days of eral.
have last week with her grandparents', :Mr. Andrew Feaster arrived the first of Reader, arc you a subscriber !o the flpnclnl facilities tor examining and perfect- ,
to
still tars nervous suspend from the operations.effects of We Chas. Carlton, of Fort Pierce, arrivesat 1 and Mrs. John Goode. the week, and opened his moat market ADVOCATt, 1?> If not, you should become eng, land titles. I
ourbtl Stetson University recently lIe I is In Goo. N. Hatch's store on Wednesday.Rev. one.
,' loss of sleep and general exciteeot taking the business course. Our townspeople will be glad to hear HOUOHTON'S
but will remain on deck until' some that the schooner Queen has arrived ate Wi: E. Smith held services In the W A. Louder was elt'ctert'Rllpel'lntend- J-\U. .

in are pointed at us loaded for bear. The students of Stetson University ar SI. Augustine, safely.Mr. presbyterian church last Sunday, and ent of the M. E. Sunday school, last .i; tj
now drilling with guns, which were will now preach regularly through the Sunday FLOATING DENTAL: APARTMENTSon (
given to them the latter part of last and Mrs. W. W. Barden of Owe o. winter. ]
-If you are in search of bargains, week. N. Y., returned to their pretty winter R. O. Harden raised his big sloop Doraon the (Dentos) If.
id the ADVOCATE columns carefully home on the bluff last Tuesday.Rev. Bethel Stewart 'and his assistants have Tuesday The Dora was sunk dur '.
I D, Lothian, a student of Stetson Unl I, been at work this week clearing out the ing the late storm by striking on a dock Now AT PAI.M BRACK .
versify, spent several days In Jacksonville Mr. Gale, of Jacksonville, delivered road from Barton avenue south to Mrs pile,.whIch made a largo hole In her bot- ..t,,
"
Georgiana. I returning home the latter part of two fine sermons here, last Sunday, Kate Stewart's place. GAULDEN
: last week. In the Congregational church. tom.Joe D.L. ,
George White and niece Miss Daisy, Bryan took a jolly party out for a
: :Miss Elsie Smith William Scott returned from New moonlight Bail In the Pattio ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Hr. Sams was the school of Pompton Lakes Washburn, who have been spending ; a few nights ,
visiting at
place a short time N" J., was heartily welcomed back t ti York last Sunday evening. His friends some weeks hero, have returned ,to their ago.; Mr. and Mrs. Rule, Will Lonard, Will practice In all the Courts of the State.
ago.. Stetson University recently by her many are pleased to see him looking so well.O. New England home. Misses Ada Braddock nnd Alma Smith 'i Florida, sad the United States Court: .
r.w. Munson and wife were pleasant friends. were among the i.l llox.m
party.
Hera at Mrs. Owen's W. Bonter returned home last Fri Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hartwoll and Miss TITU8VILLE FLA.
rothers' and the Bruner P. Travis, of Independence, la., ar day, after spending the summer In Canada Florence Ilartwell arrived last Friday, Rev. Sanders, presiding elder; nnd the Money to Loan. jg
Tuesday evening. I
rived at Stetson University on Saturday ; his family and friends .were pleased and are settled for tho season In their Revs Lane, Allen and Louder held tho

Mrs.! Chambers, Mrs. Smith and Mrs night last, where he will take a cours to see him. cottage in South Rockledge.Mr. : quarterly! mooting hero this week. A groat M.UO.t! >SMITJI. ,

ethey were out driving Saturday after : in one of the departments. T. Roy Puckeft, editor of the Cocoa and Mrs II.P. Shares arlved from deal of Important business was transacted -
wand I tho
were calling on Mrs. Owen'anca during mooting.R. .
Bruner. : Thanksgiving is near at hand, and and Rockledgo News, was a pleasant visitor New Haven Conn., last Saturday. Their A ::TUINEY: -A'f-LAW; '.
everybody expects to have a good time at the homes of some' of his Mel. son, Horace, is expected this week. Mr G. Hardoo went gunning last week
"Uncle Hughes" has a grapevine with on that day-eating turkey and enjoylnj, bourne friends, this week. Shares will put an addition to his hotel and bagged an oven half-dozen hogs bo- Tmmvir.LE:, Fr.oiunA. .",

leral bunches of half grown grapes on the sports which will be held hero.R. Miss Susie Johnson loft here, last Fri before opening. longing to our citizens. This will bringup

it that*as are summer growing time.right along,-just as I I B. Tudor, assistant in the business day, for Goslingvllle, where she will Chas. Devlin, who has been 111 so long, to be a allowed test case to, run to lice at whether largo or not.hogs are L' J. WEBU,' _

: college, Stetson University;and business teach school. We wish her success, and Is gradually growing: worse, and grave i
Mre. Bower and Miss Hattie were over I manager of the Collegiate, is kept very know she will win the love of the children fears are entertained for his recovery. At the recent church social, which we A ATTORNEY -LAW
!ntiDi) her father and mother, Mr. and busy looking after these two duties. as she Iasln her own town. Mr. Devlin was well when lie l left hero In failed to report the net proceed were ,

:White\\ ; Mrs. Wagner;Mrs. Chambers Miss E. JI: Leo Mrs. Loo, Miss Grace June, but the northern climate seems to $;:11.2Tho\ event was a grand success, Will practice In the Courts of tho 7th
I The Circuit Court, which was held and the Indies who headed the Circuit. Taxes paid/ for
Hughes and Mis. J. W.. Bruner.Mr Corning, and H. W. Bean jean, of Melbourne have completely shattered his health movement nou-restdenta
here last week, adjourned on Satlll'day; His family regret very much that ho left wish to thank the public for their liberal and tents and accounts collected..
E. V. Blackman, and daughters night last. There were several important !Beach, Miss Helen Valentino and patronage,
Florida all.
sot ap to City Point. Tuesday morning, canes tried. Judge Minor S. Jone I Mr. Minor, of Tilman; bled and Mrs. C. at TmTHviu.K, FKOKUM.T .
i the Silver King to join Mr Blackman, presided. Boltou and Mr. and Mrs. Farlie, of Mal Miss Ada Braddock gave a' birthday

bowent> up on the train Monday. They abar; the Mesdames Nenbitt, Paddison, Tibbals. party on Saturday evening to a largo O. FRIES, C. E. i f
I iBvisit( for a few days In the hospitable Judge Minor S. Jones, judge of the I Scott and Botsford and the Messrs Scott, number of her friends hors, when parlor J ,

me of Dr. Holmes! and wife. Circuit Court, States Attorney Boggs,I Paddison, Goode 'l'aylor and Hatch, ol l games and dancing; wore the features of COUNTY SURVEYOR
and Col. Frank Pope, the noted lawyerof Eau Gallie, attended the0ulld entertain W II. Robinson, one of Ankona's very of the evening. We hope some more of

Monday evening the Sunday School Jacksonville, were attending court i in, ment, at Hotel., Bellevue, last Jrlday' prominent pine apple growers was i a our young lady friends will have a birth- Lund legally surveyed and sub-divided. .
lard: met and elected the following of i DeLand last week, trying severallmpor.tant evening. ..* pleasant visitor In this place,. on TUGS day soon-one as enjoyable as that of Mapping neatly done. Estimates for '

CUI, W.and Munson teachers for the coming year: cases. The entertainment given by the La. day, as the guest of James Andrews. Miss Braddock, all kinds of engineering woiks. Disputed
J.
tier, assistant superintendent Dell; W, E. L. Brady, of the firm of E. L. Brady dies' Guild o! the Episcopal church, at Rev. Mr. Sawyer arrived home last lines a specialty.

"', organist Lee supt. ; Mrs. Mun- & Bro., of Titusvllle, was In DeLand the I Hotel Bellevue, was as usual, a bill Saturday from Lake Helen, Fla., where Banyan. TITUHVIU.K ,
a. Baldwin; Baldwin: secretary; latter part of last week visiting his success. The program was a splendidone he has been attending Conference of the Brovard Co., ,FI.OJIIDA.

nnatta, librarian, treasurer; Miss Louise daughters the Misses Aline and Daisy being both musical and enteitain- Congregational Church. lIe was much -- "

1 of Sunday School; A. L.board Druner.; II.secre K., Brady, who are attending Stetson University. ing.. Special thanks are duo E. S. Ben pleased with the trip. Tarp. Vernor has returned from the fEOROE W. ALLEN
u KM der for his part was one that requires I .
,
Narrows.
j. w Bruner, Miss, Myrtle] The writer notices on the plantation ,
dWin', Mrs. Maude Wagner, Mrs Dell Anyone who Is Interested a bnsincHS veers of practice to porfoi, and he furn- of Mr. J. T. tViiteis a lot of Jamaica sorrel Supt J, H Sama hero ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "
for old and spent one day
shed ;
anSoo, Mrs A. L. Bruner, teachers. or shorthand education! can have, free amusement oung. In full bloom, which is a very pretty this week. KaY WEHT .
who took in the sic Vr.OUWA. ;
Those part in u were
.tements andaChdstnia plans were made to of charge, a book containing all the night; and In a profitable iu well as ornamental
l'e' tree; one of the good principals of shorthand, by sending their the McKilaniPH E. M. Campbell, C. I1. )plaht, as a very line jolly and J. 1'. Snoll IH shipping tomatoes from Will practice In tho United States :
dfa /d" kind that Elves pleasure name and address to W. W Fry, Stetson Stewart: and E. J. F, Campbell, the Misses sauce is made from the fruit. his Bovine farm and State Co u its. Oluu05
bulb Helen Valentine, Sue Hopkins, Lii- -
old '
and DeLand. !i
YOllng. University, ian Robertson, and Sophia Hopkins and Jas. Andrews spent Monday In Fort' Beans aro netting $1.00 per box; only :

O.Y. Page bought a good horse and Piof. W. W. Fry of Stetson University the MoHsru. L. C. Hnwyer, Joe Conklin, Pierce, mipeiIntending the planting of a a few are going forward. R ALPJI E. SMITH, M\ D. ":

>( ''from Mr. White who lives ut flee who has charge of I the business Claude lioiitijcan! and Mottle Conkling.i'Hil.imett lot of orange trees In his grove at that Rev, W. '1'. Line preached Banyan
ryaot Place. last Saturday. The outfit college Is onej of the most! competent Nicholson, Brown and Goodo I place. Tlio writer understands that Mr. Tropic and llranlley last week.Everybody PHYSICIAN AND
*r""pt' from Georgia about a month teachers In shorthand, bookkeeping and took charge! of the refreshments with Andrew has an exceptionally pieceof SURGEON 1:1
:*M4 Is now the best in town. Vesey writing that we know of. 'lIe is'likedby he assistance af the Misses Allle and land for, orange culture. \ I I. hustling to !got In bean Specialist In Gonlto, Urinary and Rectal :

lIJaJHO bought a fine little mule some all the students of his department, Mollie Nicholson. Annie and Jessie Capt. J, II. Andrews set sail on his since the arrival of the much-delayed Diseases. 1 'A
?sago and docs all in his power to help them 5ofxle and a number of young! gentlemen last and uallml for good
pen- yacht, Dixie! Sunday, I'll Forsyth Street:
wagons now, a along. volunteers, so all were well provided Eau Galllo, where l ho expects to put her J. LaFile and Mr. Scott, representing JACKSONVILLE: .
FLORIDA,
"h of Roins a along the road Is not as Dr. J. F, Forbes, president of Stetson for. After supper dancing was Indulged on the dry duck and give her.i fl fresh Benedict Pullak & Co. and the Cudahy
Ira novelty now as It was a few University, who has been spending sometime In until the wee 11111bours.. coat of paint. The Juptaln U very proudof Packing Co., were In Banyan this week. I ,

Cleave J 80, their when the school children In Chicago, attending a meeting of his yacht and always keeps her In apple A host of Mend and relatives attended DU, o. H, PEETE,
seats and run to the the of different colleges, arrived -pie order ,
etoBee presidents
the
Pierce. wedding of John Hopkins.
team Fort
I going by too much home this week, looking as well as EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT
,
and Miss Alice
olof ot Miss England, of Buffalo, New YOl'kl1I Livingston at Hah In. A'
i school novelty the<> to usual after his northern trip. During usefui
rules until| team was very comfortably located In the beautiful goodly number of 'present wa 608 Cherry Street, .
atb?taight) The teacher would be so his absence Prof. Carson and Prof. Hosa Arthur Jennings paid Sebastian a visiton cottage which she leased of Prof. Jan- seen. B. J. Stewart unformed the curs "

rnused she did not have the heart had charge of the college. Monday. noch, ot; this place. Mis England U avery mony. Dancing was Indulged In by the MACON, GA. t

told them for she knew It could not The DeLand Fire Brigade arrived Wo aro experiencing most delightful refined and accomplished lady and young folk until 11 o'clock, when refieHhmeni Ii
PPea often, home from Jacksonville the latter part weather at present our people extend their (hand of welcome were nerved, after which all }(. HcL. DANCY,' I). D. L.
of last week and brought with them to her and wish her speedy -recovery. In wended their way home. vV ; j

quite a number of honors. They had Messrs. MerrtweHier and J. Keene left, health. _._--- ..
about a couple of weeks, Monday, for a hunt. Graduate of Philadelphia College of 'i
Bovine. practiced
only This has been a very favorable season To Tlio
Dent. class
but were very thorough in their work for The Rev. Mr. Allen held prayir meet. np to this wilting for the pineapple industry Surgeon, 1871.: Perfect operations 1

1J1 of so short a time. The chief, W B.Fudger Ing last Sunday to quite a congregation. and the majority of the fields are promised. Hardline Blool! corner pay .,
xlkom Bovine will work the road this brought them out In fine shape. looking unusually fine and tbp grower A rich lady, cured of her deafness and and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.OBERT .
< Coquina to Rockledge. nnd The caat-net fishing has begun now are much encouraged and alb looking n first'edition of that bright
The The and large quantities are being caught Artificial Ear Drum, $10,000 to hi*
gave
ster much
on the forward lo get a larger crop next
Collegiate
St. Johns the College ,
Is journal McCARREL
prairie ,
newsy day. Institute, HO that deaf people unable to ,
idling every than for several R "
lots summer past.
; of the last week this being yearn
prairie is now made Its appearance
7 the Ear Drum have them
trade-boat Merchant\ was anchor procure may
the tenth year it has been running.! The The A* your regular correspondent for several free. "Address No. 1131 Tbe Institute
I. T. month and Is ed at the City wharf, Tuesday, doing CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
S ne II Is Issued every very weeks has failed to tend to
will soon be shipping toHe paper business. your 780 Eighth Avenue, New York N. Y.
;: egularly. hao lot of neatly gotten up. The subscription for quite a beautiful and newsy pink paper, tho local -----..........-- Churches specialty, Steam stone works
quite I I'rank a the term Is one dollar, and all who wish Parson acre will hold services la the new of this busy and prosperous "
R to subscribe,, for tl.ls journal should Baptist church next Sunday All are settlement, which U already getting Its nrA.* an advertising medium, no CONCOHO.AND rniTCiiAitu 1T8.,
'** aulerHon passed through Bovine write to R. B. Tudor We wish the cordially Invited.We share of tourist and health seekers, a* paper on the Eat Coast can beat the CIIAnLCSToN So. CA.

lkretal way Itod Eau Oallle, last week, to I Collegiate every success. well a* those who come to take advantage ADVOCATE. Give u* a trial advt., y
ays. are sorry to hear that Mr. Davis Is of tho advantage this and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
J' Stetson University football teamIs he will have /great place E. FOSTER
The nick list hope
B. on the but gTEPHEN ,
such boat-
offer those seeking a*
Henderson has returned from a out practicing again, after a rest of a : recovered his normal health soon and U port, .
the beautiful Indian
Irg aDd fishing on
a.aerks' bunt Those who can I ;
in of weeks so.
the upper St. couple or around soon. ATTOIINEY AT LAW
-
. e was expecting to have a liiver, and door,turkey and venous other ,
this are
? very successful. play /game Thanksgiving. If tbelame/ _, festival for the benefit of the Methodist kinds of game In the lake and swamps rj111O :I3.j''fH'Y Room 420 and I2J Gardner Building,

" ad dfuon1? has just completed the game on off the contestants will be the church was held In the Armory, west of our settlement: I take the libertyto .

,' I from V his house with| boards comes business college, against the academy.. last Saturday evening. A large number lend a helping band, as :you ask for full WcMt tiny Ht Jnokftonvlllc) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
logs brought from Jano using effort to make were In attendance and quite a aura of Tibbals Item In your last Issue, but will
The boys are every taken In. be to take a back cat when your KINK
I and was ready
7 he as exciting as possible, money UICIIEL&ON,
; game
roM the
correspondent come to front.
i....,.. Tellable County Surveyor J. 0, ; to see all who are interested regular Wines Liquors and Cigars. A.I.
I t t > >Q Bovine for several.day,' tin football come out and show their Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. Signed,-- JAKE.(2TW0 ATTORNEY ,

l4t\faahl\ nllttoo"i route to'Horse for the Creek.canal from ippreclatlon. Drugs, medicines- chemicals, fine toilet : would esteem the favor If our Anheuser-Uusch Extra Pale on Draught. COUNSELLO-,AT: -LAW,

t T- want good result, you will 1 soap, brushes combs, perfumery and reader, when writing or calling upon Fine' Cold Lunch Served Dally Criminal Law a Specialty
"Ie mention poATtt -If you excellent advertising tangy toilet articles In great variety, our advertiser to purchase merchandise, The beat of Service! and a pleas/tnt quiet p
I tai: advertisers.the when dud, the medium.ADVOCATE an H Wu TOjr, propr. eta, would mention the ADVOCATE esort. JOHN K. UNCJI, Mgr. JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.





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PERSONALITIES.'. STAGE GLINTS., Florida Central & Peninsular I Rai jh ,

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Maxine Elliott Is a full partner In allNat
Daniel Lament's private fortune it
Goodwin's business
now said to reach $3,000,000. enterprise '
Rehearsal of ''Ple Djelsterstngerh| by
Fonr rUchardnons and nix of their Time Table, la Effect June 11, 1890.
the Castle Square Opera company will J .. .. -
relatives hare bOOn: of South
' Carolina. governors. begin In the early part of the season

The Abbe Picard of baa Josef Kalnr" hat retired' from the .:; Oog ...g ; ci ;=
Lyons published .:; ;
and become
that Gladstone a pamphlet was in at which heart a ho Roman claims actor"Berlin at stage the' Iofburg-ln. Vlenna he principal>for along ;; iII gai $:;; R og W i.NORTIIE::: N 1'9UTS.iIIic.1 r := !, f:: i-ail. 13! I;! ..

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term of years. 596. : 14ap LY Titunllle FEO Ar. 8 flOp -

Catholic. It Is announced that In Weber and 94aa ...... 41201' L..9t.Asgustlne Ar ,...r. 1030&
Rndynrd Kipling has an American ...,.. 481tp ... ... 820a .. .... 145p Ly..J k ouviIl8.Ar ,..,.. Inna ...... T
Flelda' new' burlesque "The Whlrll .. 81."
.... 620p ,, lOOa ...... 82111' LY.'Y.Tulee.' .Ar ...... 8IRa.... 41 .'
doable in tho person of William L. gig,"'Lillian RuaiiclLwill play the part :; 6110p : :::: 931\& ...... IMp Ar..Femandlna..LY..... '130& ....:: 'P 61Pt .
Becker of Chicago. The likeliest {/* said of r fr :::::: TOOI' ...J.. Ion ....... 11MI' Ar.... .Everett......Ar ...... e Oa ...... 815p\: 7ah
\ a frisky, capering French girl of. 20 .. .. mnswlck..LY .....
ygHGG4'4P' .... .... 1135. ..., Ar. .5BN, ...... 4Mp 64.
to be perfect W. M. Gray has secured the rights of .. :::::: .,.. :.12271' ...... 11/111p/ Ar..?Savannah. ...Lv ...... 6411a ..
Ex-President Pierola of Peru is said ...... ...... 800p tl aliI' ...... I1I1a! LY....8a'f'annall..Ar ..... II fIfa; 1145.8o7p/\ ...... ;
"The Runaway Girl, and Arthur ..,... ...... 980p 2lOp\ ...... 154a Ar. Falrf..,S. C..Ly ...... II.00a <83t812SM< .. ..
to be the richest man in Sonth.America, Rehan will have control of 'T he Great ...... ..,...10aup 3Mp... .. 242& ...Denmarll.8C: ...... a08a a10a12I .. ... ..
being poHsewed of a fortune tJlStimatecJ ...... .. .... .... .. 9Mp....... eMa It ..Augnstaoa.. ...... .... ..... 643p lOa ..."..... ..
RubyBoth plays will be put on the .... 4311& It ...... ; ..
...... ...... ...... 8ColumbblaS.SCO' 1247a ... 101121 355: .. "
at 50000000. road the coming season. ...... ...... ...... .. .. ...... \& .". ..... 8!IOp.. ... ........ .
...... .... I40p Asheville'N. C to ...... 2011P..... ...... ..
Two of the son of James J. Hill are 8t Petersburg has a theater for children ."... .,...'. ...... 840p ..... 900a 'iI CharlotteN c" It ....... 1020p ...... 81 ....: ..
t vice presidents! of raiLonds. Doth have In which the plays are given by ...... ... ... ...... 1000V .. .... 104.a It Sali.bnryN.C. ...... 82/11' ...... 845p :::::: ..
...... ... ..... 1210p "Greensboro N.C" ...... .. ..
been .carpfnlly trained in the business ...... ... 1127p 420p .... 1130& ...
: Juvenile actors and deal with childish ,..... ...... ...... 12311& ....,. 130 I' HallYille Va. II ...... v07p ...... 41,4 ......... ..
by their father subjects. 'The theater is a small one, JJf ...... ...... ... .. llCOa ...... 625p It R1 0 h mOil.v a'lt ..... llnon ...... 1100p ...... ..
.. ... .. ...... 245. ...... 82111' Lyncbbur V r ...... ..,
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The late Sir Francis Dnrdett once received adapted only to receive children of ten "t' ...... .... .. 'Charlottesville, It ...... a6 ..... ...
SOa 11281'
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j ... ... 12"".'.".. ;...
an election bill from his agent in der le'are.The f l lI ... ....' .... .4 $ .;.;... soap It Washington It ., ... ...... 9""" ...... ...
which the'item. "To ....,. ...;.. ..... 1112& ..... 112/1n Baltimore ........ ...... T NIl'"" ...... '
was extrllol'dinary'anxiety rumor that AI Ilayman and WillJ. ........;......liMa..... 2&Ia. Philadelphia It ...... 116a......... 1122j ...., :,
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I on yonr account &:.;00.". Davis are going td have a new Chicago .... ..,. .. ...... 20:11': ...... = :. :Nw York "' .. .... / ........ 2rJllp'> :: ...
;# Henry W. Corbett United States theater shortly has been revivedin Tri-'V cekly Sailings. :::::: ...... .... 9001' ... .. 001' ......Boston....". ...... .....: 1l00a ..:::: '"

senator from Oregon, went to New New York. The denial of Manager s S203 ..... -s:. ..... T4lip Ly .Jacksonville Ar ..... ...... ...... -;:
10 BOa ...... ...... ...... 911II1' Ar.... Everett ... Lv ...... ...... ...... fh
York in 1844 and worked in a store in Davis still holds good although resolu 4401'..... ... ., .1..!;. IIO/ia .... Atlanta.... ...... ...... ...... / 140& I
Catharine street for $3.60 a week. He done have been known to change. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 7201'.......... ...... '9211a ,.Cbattanoo a .. ..................... 1l00p
slept under the counter, swept the store Charles Frohmnn has engaged Sidney ...... ...... ...... .. ... 'I"'P" ...Clnelnnat ... .. .. ...... ...... :.IIOp.... :::

and saved $1 a week. Herbert for the Empire theater ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick H:3Aa.. m.
Ex-Speaker Reed denies the rumor stock 'company next season. He will For New Orleans, trail 'eaves Jacksonville 920 a. m., with through/: ileerw

that he has sold his country place at make his first appearance with that The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .leans riving 7 Mew:26 p.Orleans m. 7:40: a. m. O..ly through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Nevt<

'Garden Beach Me., and his town house organization when It returns to the SLEEPING CAn SERVICE.

4 in Portland. He expects, he says, to Empire, after John Drew's (wigage- Nos.33 and 36 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Cinch
upend his summers at the former place ment there. The Clyde New' England and Southern Lines.] Sleeper via Asheville.
Nos.33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
for some years to come. The repertory of Sir Henry Irving, Direct Service: Between 8 anti 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. r

i The William Henry Harrison homestead Ellen Terry and their company In their and 'all Eastern POInts. Chattanooga. 36 carries and Cincinnati Cincinnati.Florida This Is and brought Havana; to Jacksonville Limited from by No.Jacksonville 37. to Atlanta *;

I at North Bend, Ind., the home of American tour next season will Include Jacksonville Boston Providence All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city nil
: ,. office 202 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
the first this
president produced by "Robespierre "The Merchant of Venice Charleston S. C. both ) I
(Calling at ways SHIPMAN A. O.P.A. F.C. WRIGhT Dis. Pass.
L.A. Agt., 202 W
and the of the second
family birthplace "The Bells" and "A Story of Waterloo Ba11

is eaid to have been purchased by P. D. ," "Nance Ol<1fleld" and A. C. southbound..e.SEMI-WEEKLY..... ... SAILINGS..." .....:.... .from Lewis Wharf Boston A. O. MacDONELL,_Oen. Pass" Agent

J ? Armour, the Chicago packer. Calmour's play !In verse "The Amber Nortbbound...............!...!...!!*.. .!......."....!.>. from foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville
:
If Mr. Hobart shall be renominated. Hearts." .

II I ho/ will be the first vice president! to receive St. Johns River Line. .
'
Clyde's
the distinction in a great many THE, TROTTING.. CIRCUIT.. .J.fb

years. If he shall be elected, he will BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE"AND SANFORD. ,_

i bd the first vice president to serve two AlIx and Dlrcctum hold jointly' the Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. SouthernRailway

j terms since John C. Calhoun.A fastest race record, 2:031/4.: STEAMER ,

somewhat singular feature was developed At Allentown Pa., the 2:12: trot has. "FRED'K DcBARY." .
been changed to 2:12: trot or pace.
in the examination for
'e a pension CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
Moth Miller, 2:07: %. pnclng,. is being
of Frank Mitchell the other day in Leave Jacksonville 3:30 I'. m., Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.

i t Kansas. Mitchell ia a bachelor who, BO barred In the free for alls. In i ew Leave Sanford 9.01)) ) a. m Enterprise 9:00 a. m., Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays.Gen'I -

far as he has been able to find out has England. ''' E.I II t Se.....__ n... _. 1 ...._ _.
Passenger ana Ticket Office, 204 yv. Bay St., Jacksonville.W : u en vice V/UL uiNORTH F or'UAe
of
the'
not a relative near or more remote on Lady [Manor 2:04V4: pacing, Is

"4uMrf.fi... the fastest' l performer at either gait' n. WARBURTON T. P. A.. ,.. )t.IRO\l; JSOERJR.. Fla Pass. AlI.'t..
bred by Village: Farm. II BowlinR Oreen.New York.. I 2M west Bay Jacksonvllle.I'la. EAST WEST.
Fernand Labori the counsel of
t Drey'fas C. P. LOVELL Aset.Fla. Supt.-' JOHN. L. HOWARD SUIl8rlntendent. ,
is the editor cf an exhaustive encyclopedia Last winter LOI'iJ'In'ent sold for Jacksonville Fla. I Foot HOjrlln St..Jack ouvllleFla.
of French law, the twelfth I 1000.( < This summer It Is said 20. TUEO. G. EGISIt T. }\[.. II Bowling Green New York.
'WH. P LYDE 01: CO., General Atents.IJ .
000 has (been refused for him.
'volume of which came ont last year Bowling Green,New York UI Mo.. Delaware Ave., Phl1adelphf" THROUGH PUIXMAiT DRAWING ROOM CARS THOBO'C'GHFAU
lte is also the editor of n monthly po- At Santa Roan Cal., In the recent ,

Jitico-literary review called The Grande I meeting, ten green pacers started In POACHES. VESTIBTJLED TRAINS.
Jlevua the .2:30 class and. not one wore hob East ...
Florida Coast Ry.
Lord carries bles. Heats were paced from 2:13: to
Londonderry on a coal NEW YORK AND. FLORIDA EXPRESS.

yard the Marquis of Bate owns a vineyard 2:18.: TIME TABLE NO. 21, 'IN EFFECT! BEPT. 10. 1899. .. Through Vestibnled
Drawing-Room
Sleeping Cars between New
aad T
y, : that he profits by commercially Mr. F. E. Powell of Columbus 0., an via Jacksonville, Savannah: and Columbia, without cban,,. Tampa

Lord Sndeley turns many an honest enthusiastic member of the Gentle SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NOITll BOUND (Read Up).

penny out of jam....and Lord Harrington man's Driving club I% the owner of "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

has a fruit store lit Charing Cross Egozen. b h, record 2:00: %. arid It is believed :: STATIONS. D:417 DEx ? Pullman Drawing-Boom Buffet Sleeping Oars betweea Jac.boDvW.au4NrwT
London., can pull a wagon In 2:08!: or bet all via bavanaaa and Columbia,
t "i1 Leave........................ Jacksonville ................ .........Arrlve 'l1 P 1066.
ter. 1/11'/ 10 80a Arrive.. ................... St..AuRustine .......................Leave 620p 94'4a0p
I THE TURF REVIEW. 10116a!\ Leave....................... St. Augustine .......................Arrive 61Sp 1140. Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,
a Tesslo S, 2lCVi: Is remarkably Inbredto &71' 11 lOa ....... ........... ........ Hastln\ll.... ...._.. .... ..........Leave &OOp 110..
I Ik-lmont. Her dam Is: by Nutwood, 68T 1t66a\ rrive. .. .. ... ... .. ..... Palatka ..... .. . .. ... ... ...Leave 41OpLtave Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphli
King of Diamonds set a new track son of Belmont her second dam by a lap hula .. .. .., . .. .. PI\Jalk. ....... .. ..... ........,Arrive '6'4 P 11y 0. Pullman
record of 2:15: in the free for all at Monte Carlo grandson of Belmont ,Arrive...... ...... .......... I:;an Mat o. .... ......;...... ..Le.ve. .. O1Da1nnatt.Drawing-Room Sleeping Can to Macom, Atlanta, Chattanooga si

I : Fonda, N. Y. and her third dam Is! Watcrsprlte, bye "...... -'lOOaLeuye .. .. ...? .. ... ......t\anMateo.... ... .. .. .... ......Arrive '111I\1'\
In exhibition Lecco lowered tit Bclmoht.Payswater. imp1I811e Leav......................... Jlaat:: Palatka._...?..............Leave 520p't : Through(Pullman Sleeping Cars to
an : I 481'.126111' .. ........................... Ormond .......................... 8471' 713.'
Norwich (Conn. ) track record the other WIlKes, .sIre of Kelly 'Up 1081' ............. ..............Da ytona. ........ ..,............. ", 8001' 101& Clnclnnatl-vla Columbia and Ashevllle Through th
t day from 2l79: to :) ::16. 80111' 1181' ........,....... .......Port range.... ...._..... .. .... gasp SIII& ,
: Brlggs, the fast California 4-year-old $25p555p H ........................ New Smyrna ?_......,.,.......... .. 8 Gap 41 00.
The Iowa mare Sarah S, 2 ::09J%, by Is by Sable Wilkes, dam Fanny Bays- 1611' -221>. 14.. ................... ... ... Oak Hill........ .._.............. .. 2221' e05aIlUOp "LAND "
80Up ....f................... Tttu v1lle .......................... 1451' 611I.I& OF THE SKY.
1t Tangent 2l8j: has always been nan- water, thoroughbred: by Bayswater, ...... 8110p ......................... Cit,. Poln'...................;.... 1151'..... '
'died by her owner Mr. Wallace. son of Lexington. Kelly: Briggs went ......888p ............................ Coco. ............................ I.7 ...... Daily Limited Train For Cincinnati via Everett.
...... 8411' : ......................... Rocklodll8 ......................... It I04p ...... .
When Quarter King took a record of In 2:10Mi: In his first race. .... 412P: .. ..u..m.....n...... Ean Gable ......................... 14 1211II1' ......
r < 2.80: ]!.! at Urbana 0., ho gave his sire, George W. Nelson writes us' from ...... 4211' ......................... Melbourne ......................... 1224p: ...... Jo, 4MMled Information u to rates,
1. ...... 'llip .......................... itoselanfl .._...................... 11488 ...... any agent ol tke eoVTALRN! RAILWAY its schedules IlIeeplne. earre.erv.tle.s. ek, any
{ Quarternmin 2 ::29. his drat: performer Baden that Que Allen trotted at that ...... Gulp/ .......................... Sebastian ........................... .. 1118552p & ...... er oolUlecUella.R.
.. : .......................... Lute ......... It
True Chimes, 2112}.!, driven his place Aug. 15 on a 1.000 meter track In .. St. .... .......... 1055. .....
i w by ...... 61Sp/ ".. ......................... Fort Pierce _.................... 104l!& ......
c owner, A. E. Perren Buffalo recently 2:09! D-10 2:11.: 2:08: 25.: This Is the y.yy: I41p<< ............ ....... ....Eden.. .a.................... 1005& W. HUNT Florida Pass. Agt 813 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Pis.
stepped a half at Readville to in fastest time ever made over.such a d0. 41.\1' .................... ......Jen6en_....... .................. 1000a0.; l.-Y.
: wagon 1119 tl\flp\ It .............. ............. Stuart .... .......... ........... 860a aJ8'l2 rSSSna W A< TURK, S. H. HARD WIC
I 1'021': ; track, which Is less than threequartersof all p .a. ........................ Robe tonnd ........................ It 9 boa Daily e.. Cien. Paaa. Agt. ........Gea Pa
a mile In length.-Turf, Field and 'BlIp ......................... Nest Jupiter ........................ 801'a Bitsu81Bp Washington, lit 0. Washington. D.tt Htlana7o!!
I In the third heat of the free for all .......,...... ......W.>>t Palm Beacb.................... It 88 1a.. -
,. trot and pace at Pittsfield Tcrrill S Farm 1181'1' ." ........ ..,....... .....,.. oynton........ .................. .. April 10.. 1890.
8481' ............ ......'..... Delray.............. ............ "
placed the Maine half mile track record WHAT THE SHOPPER SAW. l187p a .....................Fort Lauderdale.IO20p _................... 8m
I lit 2:18k., : I ........ .... ......... Lemon GUy.......... ... ........ ..
; 10.. Arrive.. .. .. .... ... ....... ..... Miami.. ......................... It
i Bourbon Sneak owned by James Cal. Net robes and allovers patterned
BETWEEN NEW S31Y1NA AND t tML C '1' J C 'I MALLORY\ STEAMSHIP LINE.
,
f. Inhan Milwaukee set a new National tastufully with large paillettes in cuirass .
STATIO o.l o.p10Tua
I o. o.
park track record at Milwaukee. Sept designs. v.,.. .., ewSmyrna...........................Ar hip 6
I' 8, by stepping a half in 1 :o& The forum Whlto ostrich feather boas in which $Sop 1121. ,.. ...,.....,. ... ....... Lake Ilelen .................. .. .... YLv 1'11' 440p Florida, New York,
'' :06 made Sonatdr / Ii SOU .............. .Orange City ................... ..... 1200; 424w114.Ar.
record was t : by mink tails of tho softest variety are ...,....,. '.. .. ... ... Junction.................... .. Il6a\ / Philadelphia and Bosto
'f f Mitchell. Intermingled as reliefs. All train. between New tmyruand range City Junction ally exeel un y.IIhT1Vh.h.N From Brunswick(direct), to New York.

J 1.; D. A. Snell, New Bedford Mass., Mousbellnes de solo and plisse chiffons 1'1't'UVILLIO A'sD i AYF(1RD. x !' PASSENGER SERVICE.
,
, )> tried the other day to lower the stallion In shades of cornflower blue o. AI. 0 -' To make connections, with steamers leave Jack*"'

j1 \" rtcord, trotting, 2:05)!, with Jape mauve and automobile red. a I 1..u.........u..-'l'ltWlvUI.._..............................Ar p ea Thursdays af &20 a. m., via Fereandlna.nd",.OY.85'
, :2:10){, He had the horse at Charter Beautiful for winter even- f u'....................... ...............Mims......................................Ly 11xA82aa (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6..30P.m. Pies', :
t;, : grenadines ..................................... O..tt'en.....,................................ 1157. route. Or, via all tall, leaving Jaeksenville! 8: O5.'n '
Oak and drove him in 2:07K.: Mr. Ing wear on which autiquo designs are B StM, .....................................Enterprl ................................... 1184 &; P.)),via Everett and Southern W*y. Passengers taking
is old. 8011& ............................ .Enter 115a98Ua per aboard steamer: night.
C Suell 73 with tinsel silver traceries.
years wrought or Ar .. ...... ... ... .... ... ... ... ..tsnrord..t.. I100a
I The black gelding Lexington gave aguidelesa Velvet stock collars showing ap- All traJuy ootw"n Titunille and SanforllJail,. except nnday PROPOSED SAILINGS
E exhibition during the 2 :17. pliques of steel beads from which a
KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Lv.New York, Pier 21 E.R.s.:00p.1D.: : (Standard Time.) Lv.Bro1"
pace at the Maine date fair Lewiston. pretty fringe depends over a chiffon -
1 lIe ran twice each time dumping front. Friday Oe4 2t..'........................... RIO GRANDE........ ........ ...... .FrM.yN
away 'he ateamer.. of th. ForiJ. Eaat Coa.t t Steamahl 00mpa.u1 are appuintediuit tulloet Fridays: Kov.. 3,...... ............... ... COLORADO ...........................,Fri l.y>
: O'Neil. and once circled the track five Bodice garnitures composed of jet Friday 10......... ,..............JUO GRANDJB.!: ............ ...... ........frMtJ,
STEAMSIUP COCOA.SOUTIiBOUND. Friday 11'...... .. .. ; .COLORADO. .. "
I times before being caughtWhile with pendant fringes, in which variously : ". 23......"..::..:...:":::7.t1I0::: 01L.NDE.:;;;.".,..'.'.'.';:;;::.-...;;...". '.,:ll1a1'Friday.
scoring in the first heat of the Interspersed .
shaded jewels are tastefully tol
For general inf onoatlon,steaners : railroad agent or
free for all at St Albana. Vt., the bit Leave Miami Sunday. .5>d Wedne .il\ya; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thursday trains rates! etc.,apply to any
the ,. Leave K and lllAvana..LulIida1. and BASIL G ILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay St.JaduonvJ
broke in Red Elm's mouth, and Large picture( hats ornamented with yVe b. Muuduyt TliurnUaya Arrive
Fr.daYL II.II.RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick:,Ga.
i ,,' horse ran away around the track. As some tissue material long ostrich NOHTHDOUNa
C. H.MALLORY Qoueral Agent Pier 20,E. River and 385 Broadway N. Y.
:. he passed: the judges' stand the toll was plumes, jet ornaments of various designs
tapped, and ho stopped.-Horseman. Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays; Arrive Key Wet Tuesdays and Fridays. .
and tulle strings.-Dry Goods
.. Leave Key Wt-nt Tui-H"'HyH un>l FriU : Arrive Miami Wednesdays and .
Economist lei>arturv* from Miami Will be marls boon a* poiuibl. attar arrival of train U
1 '. I. SALUTATIONS on* .1111 K '."v... If You Have Not
boats be
rtiuo II> es.howthet llmu nt whioh iraiunaud may exported toarr\8Rn il
DO YOU KNOW- depart from the several atioi.a and port., but thuir arrival ur ()llArture at the time
'! "How are you t" That's Swedish. it.totl is not Kuaraniimtt, nor dON the CiiiQuy hold iuoU tiunjlbltt lor au/ delay or au/

"How do you are?" That's Dutch. That simple massage. prevents baldness ui"gu.kic Fur ipr es of Kiiniutr fond time iberefrom.card call at ski\Veat Bay t>trw,,Jaui; .yu vlUt>i or address

; j "How do you stand!" That's Italian. ? J. P. BJW a W1TH Trattlo Mauager. 8t .tlne. J. IX KAHN1SR.!: A. Q.P. ... Found What You Waut
Augn
"Go with God sonor. That's Span. That palm oil Is the best and cheapest _- ""'t "

iek. corn cure} .

'How do you live on?" That's Russian. That the use of dental floss preventsthe LANTgYSTEM.] For a Home, suppose youjtake: a trip down and look:

; teeth decaying? Fruit aud Garden Lands along the
That lavender oil rubbed on the face a
"How do you have yourself That'j *
{ Polish. prevents insect biting? East Coast
That orris root and powdered soap

,. "I1owdo'oucarry'ourtieltY". That'iFench. make the best tooth wash If you are going anywhere, whether It be to tha

"Thank God. how are you?" That 1, talus That from lemon colored juice and goods salt? remove Ink North South, East, West, Settlers ate flocking In but still there Is room. H )]

Arabian. That the smallest wound should be Northwest or Southwest.Remember looking this way.drop a line to
"
"De under the guard of God. That'i I
water and carbolic .
washed with warm .1'resident
3rd Vice
and Steamship Lines with JAS. E. INGRAHAM
Ottoman. acid? that the PLAT SYSTEM of Hallways ,

"How do you perspire?" That'I That flue minute rest guards gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton FLORIDA I EAST COAST R'T,

{ Egyptian. against nervous prostration since a sad various other points, with its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs ST. AUGUSTINE F

',' *' r "How do you dot" That's English. I fttltch In time.-Ladles' World. the best route, and that information can be obtained promptly by addressing _


and"May American.thy shadow never grow less." There uo'v published In Paris or calling on Tie ADVOCATE does neat; clean Job Printing.
F. M. Jolly Pa aenjteAgent..
100 Division
That's Perxlan. 2.585 periodicals nearly more wan ,
04 were Issued at the corresponding date 133 West Bay St, Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., the Til
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HOTELS-All-tlie-year-round. WOMAN AND FASHION. HUMOR OF THE HOUR. QUESTIONS_ ANSWI ItI f). FREE

A. Gown For Youth or Middle .a.a.. -- -
TITUSVILLE. Toilet la Cray Clot--Ifl bt. One of Detroit's wealthiest men ,has Ten, August Flower still has the largest CONSULTATIONwith
a big farm out In tho state and runs It sale of any medicine In. the civilized
POb" For Drldea.This .
on business principles lie has a nephew world. Your mothers and grandmothersnever our horn! ,..1.rf\"tment. 'We are

RIVER style of dress ia equally suitableto with plenty of money, but no ambition thought of using anything else for physicians\ and you get the benefitof
3CTEZI Indigestion or Billlousoess. Doctors
a and middle The uncle railed this young our experience No matter what
% young n aged lady, and were scarce and they seldom heard of
man into the office and told him be
TITUSVILLE, the cut Is as becoming for a Blight fig* Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or your trouble Is, how simple or how

are as for a person who has lost some would do well to get away for a time Heart failure, etc. They used August$ hopclcsM, wo can do you good, and

INDIAN RIVER, of her sllmness. from his present associations. Flower to clean out the system and stop if we can't 'wo will honestly tell
The dress forms ft sort of frock cent "Why not go out to my farm for fermentation of undigested foot],regulate Thousands you
FLORIDA. of tired
awhile and take of of the the action so. weary, sick
lightly open at the bottom, to a height charge one of tho liver, stimulate the
departments?" I I I nervous and organic action of the 11)11-1 and hopeless people have been entirely -

"Departments?" tern, and that Is all they took when feelIng and permanently cured by
-. I J. G. BAST, Proprietor. ; dull and bad with headaches
/ r "Yes. I have A man at the head of another <
f the farming department, one In charge aches. You only need few dosesof COMPOUND y,
of the dairy head stableman Green's August Flower, In liquid formto
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A a
h ; The hotel fronts on the make you satisfied there Is nothing OXYGEN -
chief gardener anti BO on. Every man
serious the with
wide
,i I In width formed by the makes regular reports. There Is'a bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at Why not take heart again anti investigate -
f'' 'I "' ''I I ffi Indian---/I River, making It a bookkeeper, and I know to a cent how Cocoa and F, S. Chaffeo'a drug store nTitusvillo this great principle. We have

Yp ( \ delightful summer resort things are going. Try It. You'll havea Fla. thousands of'testimonials. Send for -,

Iuq X11' I t nli_ ulti a I Constant cool change It will be healthy you'll acquire book on homo treatment, wonderfulcures '

freezes from the sea and regular habits and you may become A married would have
man more
the :
to sick etc. free
JUT] bay. Flowing sulphur Interested In the business" ,
1ua Iw i IiaL money if his pockets were as hard to
yP, springs. Special summer The novelty of the thing attractedthe
f b 1i' **-" rates.erritt's find as those of his wife DRS. STARKEY & PALEN '
young man. and he went"I'm ,;
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-- the water board," the nephew Remember that the INDIAN RIVER I,

telegraphed within a few days. ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing 11112 GIrani St., IMilln., l'n. !

JACKSONVILLE. ----- The uncle replied, asking an explanation. at short notice. Send them an order Ot n fob ooo ;
and be convinced that It Is the place to .

"I look after: the water supply," came have job printing done ,.

by return mill "If the river or wells

Hotel Rathbun Lt.... run {dry I'll notify you iH once. Meantime There Is moro Catnrrh in this section
g AnLa TOS. I'm n political machine. Everyman of the country than all the other diseases VirgilliaHomesi.

on the placo Is pledged to_vote as put together, and until tho last few years

I direct. They think that because I'm was supposed ,to be Incurable. For n
great doctors pronounced I In It ,
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. the 'governor's' nephew I'm the boss local many disease years and prescribed local rem. You learn nil about Virginia Lands,

.- with power to promote or ndvnnco." cdles and Its romances products modo of cultivation
for both A. by constantly failing to ctuo
Street cars V. & W. Ry. and
Terminal Stations pass The undo N out at the farm now, with local ticatmcnt It incurable
pronounced Ices
the door. Family Ilotol, home comforts pi etc, by reading theYlrJ.'llIln !
elevator and steam wrestling with the Bltnatloii. Detroit
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Science has It to bo t'
-- -- proven ;
heat. Will open November 1st, 1890.! American plan........... Free I'ross. constitutional disease, nnd, theicforn requires 1'nr incr. Send lOct. t
ERHITT'S HOTEL PLACIDE, Main St. After Nov. l,ISM. constitutional ticntmcnt. Hull's for :ii months subscription to the

European Plan only.Travelers' llrflrctlnni
The first requisite of a bride Is a Cheney A: Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
large capacity to be foolish and not constitutional cine on the m.iikot. It Is i

The Hotel care If she Is. taken Internally! In dimes from. ton dropsto \ '\il t

A little boy Is nine-tenths devil! and a tenxpoonfut. It nets dlioctly on the WlnosLiquors '..:,
one-tenth angel. He would be bad blood and mucous surlnces of the syston i
They otter ono handled dollars for and Cigars.
nny
enough It the proportion were the other i
MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. round. caso It falls to cure Send for Cl1CUhU8nnd %'' 1
way Guaranteed Pure
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testimonial. Address
JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA. The girl who wants to married ,
get: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.n1"'Hnld 11 r Sold nt reduced
and can't may deserve pity from somebody / : by nil druggists, 75 cents prlcew

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. but the girl who can got married Hall's Family Pills mo the bust 0
Imported
nnd won't deserves the adiulrutlou of ., Q,
THE BEST $2.00 PER S. Tokny Wine, ,
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DAY IIOTEL IN FLORIDA. the world.If ---- -- --- _
Pot leelwith rlge.vergehen.Tltis from
;r Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the,Travelers.rrOTEL A LIBKUTT SATIN GOWN women weren't so load] Hot on do- word la that used to describe Italy.
of about 30 centimeters showing the Ing the things men don't want them to
the latest offense for which n person John B. Togni
underskirt where that place Is ornamented do,'probably they'd bo Just ns contrarynot ,
may bo arrested tu Austria. It Is used '
OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite with u small frilled panel. doing the things men want them to to refer to July act Unit moots with tho Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.
St. James Hotel. The lapels which are small and original -
do.-New York Press. +
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wholimule .
disapproval I Of the police yet Is not ,
In shape are of white silk embroidered
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and with shaded chenille or In --- forbidden') by municipal ordinances or and Ketiill....

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Jet or steel spangles. lluliliy on the Porn national statutes The Austrian police -----------
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- "How afl'ectlouate your little boy havo\ the authority to arrest allY one
For a middle aged lady this dress Tho Largest and Most Com-
sonville. must be to write you a nine page letter guilty of nu act which they may dis

MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. would be pretty In black liberty satin J" approve. If the police Inspector ploto Establishment South.
with the lower of the skirt 'nud
part "Yes; It Is nil about n white blllygoat
chooses the latter tho
lapels In 'white straw or parma violet he wants to bring home.-Detrolt offender, without troubling may Imprlxon either Judgeor GEO. S. HACKER & SON

ST. AUGUSTINE. colored silk.-New 'York Telegram. Free Press, jury-Chlell&o Trlbunu. ,


Toll** In Gray Cloth. A Iliinfflnir Warning. I '
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE This Illustration portrays a smart "How cheerfully your husband runs Fires. on Antamolillen. ,
; FLA. Fires on autocars are wild to be be 1 'tt.
toilet In light gray cloth trimmed with your lawn 1D0wl'rl""Y,8 I 1
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('ol11lnnUIII'I'OU8 In France with tileInerl'l1l1l'
This hotel is now for ROOMS glace silk to match black and white I keep his father'js old scythe / 1
open ONLY. It Is centrally located, near of automobile Many of I .
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. galloon white lace and narrow black hanging In the kitchen, and wheneverhe f d
UICHC files( are due to Inexperience ,
Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. silk fringe. The skirt Is cut without looks at It he knows he Is well off." for Instance, In a recent cane, where ns Pa, vi
scams and fastens a little to the left of Boston Traveler j
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. the attendant foolishly tried to fill U. F
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p.
the middle of thte front from wit to
Can Do CuredBy reservoir with petroleum without "*.
foot and Is bordered throughout: witha Catarrh '
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t'ngutshlng! the burners
band of,, Bilk enriched with the black eradicating from the blood the
Hotel.
//tall tl6q, ,,,, NJ1'vHt' Algonquin and white galloon. scrofulous taints which cause it. Hood's
1wt .p w The blouse bodice opens In front 'in Sarsaparilla cures catarrh promptly nnd TOLD I Is of no value when health Is

Fronting on the Plaza, a long stylish rovers collar fancifully permanently, because it strikes at the In danger What's of more value 1 P
root of the trouble. Pratt's up.to-dato tablets will break up
ST. MANUFACTURERS OF
AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. The rich pure blood which it makes! n cold In one day, nnd for constipation

a Under New and Liberal Management. ch'cIl1atlngthrough the delicate passages nnd biliousness and nil malarial troubles, Doors Sash Blinds
Most Centrally Located. Special Attention of the mucous membrane, sooths and It has no equal. Ity mall.prepaid :23o. ,
to Tourist and Commercial Travel. rebuilds the tissues giving\ thorn n tendency Pratt Medicine Co., Station U, Chicago,

4 No Rival at Un te8. Rates:$2 to $2,ilO, per to health Instead of disease, nnd 111. Send: for sample. Moulding & Building Material t;

Day. The Leading Hotel., Open the untlmately curing the nfl'eotlon. ,
a f
year yound. I At tho same time Hood's ISarsaparllln
and DlreTPublllhel Office\ & Warerooms, King, opposite
I strengthens Invigorates energizes Marriage Paper.
F. C. HATDEN, Manager.
iY the whole.system and makes tho debilitated Tboniinitl of dTCrtlmrt to tmiuafrom. Cannon StJ'lJot.Charleston .
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. victim of catarrh feel that new life AI W".llhy |>ntrun.. Intrmluotlun
Yorna.l5nd1'orumal. luOworCBd.fraitoUdlui.
S. C.
has been Imparted. d.uplocueylocociAt : :}
GAINESVILLE., Do not dally with snuffs, Inhalentrfor AMERICAN.'Toledo, Ohio.
other local applications but take Hood's "

DROWN Largest and best Hotel ( Sarsaparllla and cure catarrh absolutely Great Big M h.', flAMPLEropleliof dlaerontNowrpopenand Inaof Sash Weights, Cord and ",

D HOU'SE and surely by removing the causes which .. .
MaK lniMi pent upon riHWInt' of ten for "'tall"
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. produce It, Toledo Adv Iurcnu u St. CUIr*t.,Toledo lr.A C) Hardware. J.

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....THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED.... -
Window and Fancy Glass

JNO. S. BOWEN, I FOR S.A. E. A SPECIALTY. .

Manager, formerly "Placide," Jacksonville, Fla. \

Hotel with seven Cottages; and 10 sndWllsk.y RUlte 4
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JENSEN. ,' cured al horn. with' f!.
Acres of Land. OPIU I M out I*In. fiit Hook FREE.of pr- 01.tloul.r.

II. M WOOL UY 704
"too. 104 Norm frjot 8k !
il JENSEN, FLORIDA. ,..
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Fresco Hotel ., Ir'k4.; i, A ,'+ ,try 4
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J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor.New fERRYS;

House; best accommodations on the East Coast; table first-class and

every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern Improvements.
In the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the'Inlet; Fish and t

Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. :
paplrl.me 11
Don't Fail to Stop at Jensen When Visiting: Indian Ilivcr.Titusvillo ,rows every yvar .. 115 t 1
"tart la lnlr.htsl ou ssslwn,. f ;
Il.e be.t. lour .air 1 i
it A duster. rverywberr, Iilr ante I
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eejyYg ,
Hoarding Houses. /rr p'' 5 1 sIwea aulIt ILlnalatun
-- 4 4lL bsvln, thrnr. Lull ,
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na 11.11-buy tutu'
lOs nerd A tint,, //a fr.v.n "
IRS. DEISNER'S'S' BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. MYrNlsklOjjihNkb.: '
scalloped and edged wllli the narrow 1 k 'J'I

Board and room, $1.00 per day When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, fringe which Is also continued down s l' ,.
('ahll. to Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding housed, the middle of the front to the waistline cPt: If!
hotelandfa _
the back U further --- = I
supplied. The collar at -- -------
adorned with an emplecement of white CUIlDwlthKaniMliM. f l

lace mounted on white satin. In the DROPSY H rr.our.ttmany ;
MOMIGHTS FIu\. tbouituid MaN .
BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, Interior Is a vest of white lace over c.llml 001"// /._ IB tea
collar yr 11 1' lays.1la.two-third., r>r.11.!) u.ptomrrime,*
white satin surmounted by a t $
Good 1 wl 1'rdlmunlal.ardTADAT' lrurtm.nlfr.r.
Special airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. band to match, which U concealed at DR. H. H.GRIIM'I SODS, Ho* K.BO ..UICUlta.0- ,

rates by week or month. the back by a high, straight collar of --- -. -- ---- -.. ,
f;. BOUKMGHT, 'Proprietor.I the cloth. The narrow silk belt U ornamented Located} at SAUNO, three quarter or a mile south, of EAU: GALLIR, -- -- ,

T with the galloon and the FLOUIDA, on the HaJJ Gullle River, less thun half u mile from the YEARS'EXPERIENCE '

MIC small sleeves are finished at the wrists Indian River, and two utid a half miles from the Ocean '1'ho.roperty !1

.AREND'S r with lace and latlo.-I'blladelpbla( in two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida Knit Coast

.Ledger. Railway, .with the Hallroitd Station adjoining) the property. Buildings

DEPOT FORIBartholomay's "Trousseaus contain""nlgntroDe* or erected in 180(5 and some of them have never been occupied the original .

white silk and young women who can owner having died a few months/ after their completion.

Rochester Beer afford this sort of thing are baring The hotel was 'opened' rQr about! two months prior to tho owner's ,v TRADE MARKS

them made In all conceivable shades of death, and} has not been used since. All the buildings were erected in It DNSCOPYNIGHTI
llk. Delicate blue and pale yel tic.An.nn. .
light substantial and in excellent condition. The) -
the moat manner are now ketch and / ...
:' Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. low silks They make may exceedingly be elaborately pretty trim hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur qnlnklr mvantinn, JiM*uniting.I'*.rUlii 1Vob5I.typt.nl.b.'uaor..u"1.our a opinion 'd-"rlInn. .....

EUCIIANTS' LUNCH 12 to a P. lU. 25 CENTS. gowns.med with lace If one desire The nature has ever been used. There are two artesian wells, twenty cisterns tvnt I'lun..trlu111 fr.... (\ 'd0.1.feneyfurntcurtuya.9.conaduiitluT. 1 luidbook on| >I.......

! ._ 130 W. St. Jacksonville Florida.Fo made 'Kith short connected with sewer etc. I'.iluill I" : (,.
Bay gowns for brides are Ij/.rluJ nulc,, irllhou/ (oliitr''., l tb r
j'----' ; :: w flowing sleeves, the revers and collar The property cost the original owner ${8,000 and will be sold at a Scientific Jiitiericatt.A :

being embroidered with flowers traced sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
; colors. Lace Is usedas llla. r.t. IB their natural particulars apply to or address,
I ? Job Executed "IlU,11 ut sill ul'le..ua" ()' 'J.urc..3 II
Work (Quickly a yoke the silk falling In graceful EZRA F HATCH, Hon. U. L. GAULDKN: W*. A. WARNOCK, four; hnrmontb.t eu.db&Ii

folds. Ruffles of silk edged with fine Caretaker on premises. Attorney fur Owner, Agent for Owner. & CO 3BIBroadws,, N w'YoUrRUlau d

lace are a popular form of finish. Eau Gallle Florida. Tltusvllle, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y. I L L'/lluto m V Kt.W-ikUMtiuu 1)\.0
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:p#'J'J'I 1 ;\ 0 l p I / .I THE HOG QUESTION. Lotus.- ]ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll c fe Coldsr sith?

SEBASTIAN, FLA., Nov. 22, 18DI 0')I ,
.)tt Dr. and Mrs. Chambers were pleasant
: GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES
ofpatronage
Editor Indian River Advocate t callers in our burg Tuesday. ...La"" y ora...' All Kin
Have you any hogs in Titusville t f I I Glass and Tinware
Crockery, ; Your
j don't the Miss Gladwln] of Banyan, was visiting Solicited\ .
mean two-legged variety but
I IJf'Jf'Jf'I-I 1 I the genuine razor-back. We are ,par in our town Saturday. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ,AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.][

nearly unfortunate here, as we have<< n. J. Allen spent Monday evening UNITED STATES COURTS. J
t I some of both. I mean people who are<< here calling on friends.R. .
I. i not satisfied with what they have themselves E'f :se:: :Jj d
BENJ. I. JEROME. ] but must destroy what thouneighbors C. Creech and J. T.Snell transacted <;, :S O.
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t. ... have. What do out Indian business in town Wednesday. Abstracts of Title Groceries, Grain, Hay, ,Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Groceries j ,'I.'
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,. River truckers and others who own prop. T. G. Ronald Is having his grove hoed .
... State Representative PENNSYLVANIA think of this And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay Bran, Cotton Seed *
'i 3 t"IIq erty hog evil anyway ? and put in order this week. Meal, OiW
IRON WORKS CO. Food and Wheat. We the house
for
are only on Indian River
Let the 1
of Melbourne dealing
people Eau In
Gallie Furnished to lands Brevard and Dade exclu ,i
s t I.. the Sale of GLOBE:: GAS ENGINES, LaGrange; and other places, who have, Bft; colds are making their rounds in the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol!! 1

]1 r, Marine and Stationary. had experience say what they think this burg, and making a good many sick. Counties. Very truly E. L. BRADY &, BRO., Titusvilh, PI

t ; Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE about It. I say it Is not just that one or S. A. Osteen spent Wednesday in -

r, v GAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheapest two men come Into a community and Brantley, picking oranges for B. W.
t : and Best light for private dwell say: "We are going to keep hogs, and Jerome.D. We have a large list of

{JI r 1 ings and store if you want to raise anything you must D. Provost transacted business in Lesley & :Motlow:
i! t fence, as we have the law on our side." ,
Cocoa Saturday, going and returning L :t'T' 3D) S
For prices, catalogues and estimates, Unfortunately, yes; our laws are sadly
via the Silver King. (Successors to LOSLEY RENAKER
l ; address,. wanting In this respect. There is no & CO.)

.I: ; BENJ. W. JEROME, law to protect a poor man against razor Mrs. Bisbee and Parson Lane and wife owned and Domestic VOL t
by ourselves and clients. Price Foreign Brands of Wines Brandies
backs. As our truckers well know Rums Gins and
.1 It"_ Fla. very spent the day calling at Mr. and Mrs. J. Whist!
.-, : ) Hoekledge few of us more than paid expenses last N. Chalker's Monday.
: for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 Bottled Beers Ales and Stont. -
winter, and very few have the means to _
::1 f rJ.} The put up a hog fence; then what are we to A goodly! number attended church and acre. A LOIAnd
Annenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'lon.Fumous per First-class LIne of Cigars. ...
; Billiard
do about It-get out? Well, It looks! baptism at Brantley, Sunday, that being and Pool Table!
I that. the last sermon of Parson Lane. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. TopS
l. I' I, St.Louis Keg and Bottled Jtoer. way. If, in desperation, you kill Prompt and careful attention given to ml
one in your potato patch, even if you C. D. Provost received a shipment of WE have a' few Residence Orange orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville
: Bold by Mess.. LoRley&: Motlow, Titusville. Fla. have a good cattle fence, our County bean seed Tuesday, and Is distributing ]
Ily Mr. J. I> Crabb, Coooa, Fla.
r Of Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, FU. Judge will make you "squeal;" it has them among his many customers. Grove and Pineapple] Properties in .desirable \ society and
1 been tried.: Then I repeat, what are we Protect Your with BUcaj
!' i, ...JOSEPH ZAPF. to do about it? This question interests Wonder what Charles Singleton goes locations. Prices Reasonable. INSURANCE. FIR Banana a
every property owner on the river, be- down the river so often for ? He can Property Against and"H othj
cause, as the Is filled can hardly be seen here on Sundays. 'C
range up, you are East
Ii :'T: Wholesale Beer and Liquors; likely to get them In every settlement. J f TITUSVILLE LXGElTNXNGan.d.: CYOLONEs_ Interestingof
Now, let us look at the justice of this OFFICES: I all the the Wo
1 and MIAMI. represent leading Fire Insurance
THE SOUTHERN Companies
RAILWAY. and
'j West Bay Street, hlng. West of the railroad and ridge I' Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety, Bonds the Mutual L and reop1
:; I there are thousands of acres of public Invest. Safe of the City by Our f
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& np
i" JACKSONVILLE FLA.MAINHARD Deposit Surety Co., of
i ,1 stock of New Schedule To 'and Philadelphia, Pa.
1 .Ii' { lands-good.__*_ ___ .__.._ _L___lands_ _-. which.. the_ Opening From For Rates, Information., call on or address CHAS. .of Correnf
--T BLUVK mou nave always Him toe Use or, Florida, Falnti, Effective Nov. 19th. East Coast Meat Market S. SCHUYLER, East Coast

1 '''E free; splendid hog range, too. But they On Sunday, the 10th Inst., the routeof Titusvilte Fla
BROS., are not satisfied with this; they must the Southern Railway Cincinnati and

have this little strip along the river, Florida Vestibule] Limited' was changedvia O. F. DUREN, Agent '
; where all the Improved places are; all Jessup instead of as heretofore via a= OOrjCt w $1.50 pc

Gleaning and Dyeing private lands, too. I do not wish to be Everett, the route of this service being :> ? p- 1.00 :jtf

understood as saying anything againstour Plant System to Jessup and Southern F...... r _. Supreme SATISFACTK $2.00 t pd
1 legitimate stockmen, as we can and Railway from Jessup. CI2 // V 3t5c= iI f When 'yoj
iq b Ebtblishment,12 Newnan St., Clothing are willing to fence against cattle, and I The first limited leaves Jacksonville faa CITE byitf l

cl.Med, dyed, repaired and pressed. do not think our stockmen are willing at 7:15:> p. m., gathering up the connections 2 FUe three cents J

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to be identified with the razor-back from all over the state of Florida, =sC follows the possession of one of our' ha Note dat
party. But, unless we can get relief and proceeds promptly and punctuallyto =Ui !
from this evil, Is there left but somer artistic and efficient Oil Gas. your paper
-- ----------------- anything deliver its passengers at Cincinnati! pa
> Is [
receipt
to pass a no-fence law, as Dade county the following day at 7:30: p. m., in less 1w e3CT stoves. Its' substantial construction I for a us to 'scl
CANCER CURED at HOME now has ? I do not think, however, that than twenty-four ]hours. This train is _:.S b > % The date'gil
rt our stockmen are against us in this matter known as the Cincinnatti and Florida b' -CS1 economy In the use of fuel, its efficij

i, ,I, iND: KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC.TItKATMKNT and there is surely room enough in Limited, and as almost everyone knowsno Ct-Tl: dissemination of heat and easy The INDI j
manager]
r the county for all of us. It Is little other train has done so much for the CI2- =t sale at the i
; TAINLKSS. enough; we ask. upbuilding of Florida business as this I Titusville, n Florida. makes it deservedly popular, as well as] cents per cr

Bellevlew Sanitarium, The bill Introduced before the last [)nei; it being an entire solid train run ::1 car: II rrlow price. Titusvllkper .
.
I Ipo
MLLEVIEW, FLORIDA. Legislature would have given us relief. through from Jacksonville to Cincinnatti J II ,
Defer. to the'one, restricting hogs to of ,
via
Jessup, composed thoroughfare
one and a |half miles of the river, but, coaches with smoking compartments, George Peeples. PS.[ PRITCHARD & Rea

Grape Fruit ns was to be expected, it failed to pass. Pullman drawing; room, sleeping oars, Yl .. SON, line on
Tlie let us elect! a man; us our next observation and cafe cars, serving meals Oki Gibson ...Tinsnl i tb.aoor "
91 h RepiOHentatlve_ who! will not only Intio- nn Southern llnilwav. bulldine.next_ TITt MLLE; FLORII Prof. O:
and Trees.Drafted duce this bill but nave It p.tsned. The second limited( ]leaves Tampa in era' barber to carrntih- visitor,to td
; t Orange Fellow citizens, do not make the mistake the evening, leaves Jacksonville at 5:10: WaablngtonAveTITUSVILLE shop FLA. : State's' J
ti that this question does not interestyou via arrive at Atlnnta] 3:50p.
a. m., Jessup; : '; lando was'week.
for sooner later all Tinsmltbing\ Roofing, Gutteringand LOST. )
or you are liableto m.; arrive at Cincinnatti:45 p. m., .
_ 'pJ -and Budded bo overrun by razorbacks, We well making all northern and western connec all kinds of repair work promptly .. o to;
: remember the time when it was impos tions. No such service has hitherto been attended to. YOU WIL

.' { sible to walk the streets of Titusville at afforded the state of Florida.Dr. .Work from down the River solicited The profit and moreron SHOES. terated,oil
i ,,9 i on 4 and 5 t year old sour orange roots. night( without" falling over a hog or intoa We offer several pairs,.most men's t t'J

"; t: Grafts } to''l Inch diameter, 4tofl feet, not"wallow stand still.; and the fleas I You could Porter and Key Went. $3.50 $4.00, and $5.001Izes} 7, 7} -Mr. Jas]

r'.ili' well branched. Thirty varieties now Lot Us take it from another side. Who HAND MADE TANKS, and 9, now at. . . . Brevard sot
.: :'f trcdy for delivery. pays the major portion" of the taxes ? State Health Officer Porter is out in a HAND MADE was a WednesdayRev.!!
JI
; j1; The best trees in the State at Is it not the small property owners ?? card giving the reason fur not raising the I ...JUST HAL:
any We HONEY AND SYRUP' BARRELS, E.J
"E venture the assertion there Is not quarantine at Key West.; ,As the fever -Rev.
;,!,, price.; Those wanting a really line article fifty dollars paid on the hogs In Brevard has been f in almost half the houses in the As good as the best and as cheap as the i .Send yourorders for Miami, ar
Jt should write for prices at once, and county.In city, the Doctor calls upon the citizen cheapest. All warranted. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. where they j

i.1 rk iI' cnf' ge trees for fall and winter planting. fact, we have men here who also to make an effort to fumigate their Machine made barrels for sale, but not Chas. A. Gardner longer, ere i'
own hogs, who prldo themselves on the premises and have a general]cleaning up, warranted. Titusville, Fla. '
I These trees fire undoubtedly the fact that they have never paid a dollar after which the quarantine will be raised.If TOM JOHNSON, -Miss Atof
the
Into the County treasury., Still the matter is taken in hand at once, Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla. ADA
J. It:;;I best in the state, address, the fact remains that the razorback has the quarantine will possibly] be raised in JOHN R. WALKER very fine ch I

J.1 : as much right in your beau patch as a week. garden of b{

O. W. CONNER yourself. You may chase him ont, but ...John B. Massa... furniture WashiugtoPostmn
i 11. you must not hurt him or you will catch Yellow, At Allttinl. ., Ice Cream Parlor, -
ever
: Ocklawaha Nurseries. it.What Wholesale] and Retail' at his post,!
ili do our river people think of a Millinery Soda Water 6ral! weeks ]
-1: (:! LAWAIIA, . FLORIDA. man who iscertainlyoldenough to know The following report l is sent here from Fruit Produce and Commission Lucie and ,
better, and who Js worth his thousands Miami: The end of the epidemic is now ;had
ltiL ". .__ down and drawing nigh, and the work of fumigaUIAJU Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)), 8omeg,
calmly,. ..__sitting. h_ __,_,_'- _u _watching_ __ "hisIIUKB ... L.,,", .....0.... S.......... .h... n n.""",.,,.1 m..ni i MERCHANT. _- rW"OJlgars .. .. -Mr. 'IV
ivuii a UIAJU IJW14OUQ TTAll tW *W V *I7 w .v wwt '
up nuigiiuois puiuio patc.1lwithout \ oc; xooaccoConfectionery was into';,,
any effort to get them out- be commenced immediately. All household _
NEAR & TAYLOR Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons,Limes, Notions etc.
actually]) enjoying the spectacle; and this goods, clothing and bedding must opened his
man claims to bo a Christian? "God be taken to the State disinfecting plant, Pineapples, Bananas, Grapes, Apples] etc .on Wednesdl
Artesian Well save the mark." Is this the way the ott board the Santa Lucie, where it will Cocoanuts Walnuts.! Pecans, and all "Star Building." j ,copied by
"at
the old
(
golden rule works? be sterilized\ as rapidly as possible. The, Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts in season. stand.)1Glvo ) -Mr. A..
But It Is usually the rule when a man epidemic has been the mildest form of Also] by the barrel, fine me a call.]) ,Polite and courteous attaatkm. Mail orders receive pro COOn., gave
I CONTRACTORS turns hogs loose in any known in the l State: which is evidence and careful attention. He
F Ili f I ; an unprotected settlement Fresh Apple] eider and Apple] Vinegar., Yours-for business, JNO. R. :WALKER. O\'ns) an
conclusive of the conditions
; it is a party who has no regard healthy and came u
$ :) Eaa Gallie, Fla for the rights of his neighbors.Well at Miami. Mayor Reilly has issueda 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. ESTABLISHED Protection

Mr, Editor, I4hink I have trespassed proclamation calling upon the citizens Established! 18S5. 1875.
WE
on enough of this of Miami to co-operate in every possible DAVE
your space with the State health authorities. It This is one of the most reliable: ] houses w the best I
time, although much more can bo said way :rcl- :
F. ; will e la Jacksonville. ... t... SO-o-eS: cr Coast
L. Turbyfill but I hope some more gifted pen than is expected now that the quarantine for!
j mine will take this matter up and agitate be raised by December 15th. torma. Al
it until we get relief ANTI IIoo. We, however, doubt its been raised on WM. KNAUER GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE! Gallle, FI
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livery, Feed and Sale Stables. the above date. -Mr. E. '

Wholesale] dealer] inCAN' 6- East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.We deal of ami
A Compliment For Judge Jones. For Sale-Eden Watermelon Seed catboat
j4 I have some of the finest horses and handle only the best and most reliable Seed A complete stock of of Wavelanof r
-
:
.' week, : 'This Is Judge Jones' first Rattlesnake and Kolb Gem.: Ships well. agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. [ Coast.
Call and says
Reasonable] ; ,
1 see me. rates. Star rand
term in Volusia] since his regular appointment Favorite melon in Northern market Buy your candy from the Wholesale ] Bone Nitrate Fert.1UIIMII-G'uarauteed Soda,Muriate! of Potash Analysis, Sulphate| <*IMtaah**&tree, and Vegetable. Fertllkwr.f.rIBhsers Pure have Or of -Farmers!

i P. L. Turbyfill, by the governor last spring Seed sold in any quanty. Candy House. Call or superior In the market.and a trial will oonVlno Send for Catalogue free.These 1 of the new f
for the full seven years' term. lie presided I L. WILSON. Ju. York, whlclThis
i lYTiynesyille, North Carolina. here last term under an ad interim 8p 10-17 Allendale, S. C. write for prices. page. ]

sjln appointment. Judge Jones is making Address: GAY Commission
for the Seventh Judicial Circuit a fine BROTHERS bidding
't Bees Wanted. for|
Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.
and able ,
presiding judge, and in all *> matter
For Sale. counties where he has presided, he has JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ma reside.
ijrt been the recipient of merited compliments !- Correspondence is Invited from those
from members of the bar, the along] the coast having bees for sale. -Being
t At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre press, and from the people] generally]) for Large or small quantities. The Three) Whys. PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERWe ?. had nPoints
liver
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. promptness and dignity In the discharge SOUTHERN BEE Co., !
'f Cheap for cash or will make liberal of his duties, and for his efforts to scrupulously 10 tf Fort Pierce, Fla. -, make a Special Feature link paper
of
terms. Address ] guard the interests and lights of WHY KILL YOUR MOCKINGBIRD our dusa seats hll j
into
COUKTLAND BUCKMAN, the people, and the fearlessness and impartiality Hampton and Ills Cavalry. with stale food, when you canbuy Mail ou
t v, 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. which controls, his course on the Southern Home Mocking Bird Order; Departmen )ova leased to

the bench. Judge Jones in a man of the One of the most popular. books ever is Food fresh every day at 25o per Ib ; sent when I
people; approachable by all at all times; Kited In tills country. Every j>ld soldier anywhere: lOo extra to pay freight.
Fitt..y Pineapple Slips and Suck as a citizen\ courteous and social; the should have it. All historical scholars WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER )inowiag how difficult 'It 'Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCE r
: ers for Sale. ff sacred trust reposed him by the state CIIEAIfamlllcs can send us their orders with the them 1
will have it. J. 1':. Fultz, SpruceblulT, when you can get a bottle ofThomas' : assurance of having
of Florida, he is guarding with strict 'IIagent for Urevnrd county 8p! : Chill and Fever Tonic, guhran- promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfy J The
Abbakas Egyptian and Golden I Impartiality\ to all litigants before him. teed to cure for uOo. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and j lilt sloop
Queen, many articles not usually found in other and smaller 4S1ND ; headro
I Potto Rico Smooth Cayenne and lied! A and Valuable Home WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD- W- FOR OUR PRICE LIST houses. sinning boa
Sperish. Apply toMADUOCK Bicycle; linen ACHE, when you nan get a bottle l5.aj 11,
& MATTIIAMS, for Sale at a Bargain, of Thomas' Headache Cure: that will
"Palm Beach Pinery," cure you la short order for lOc. '
West Palm Bunch Fla. The bicycle tldets of this }place have At Mlcco, 'on Indian river, Fla., consisting E. A. IdXTFD
II. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. WADDEL
I arranged: the following races to be run of ItH acres, a well built, two. shape and
next Thursday, Thanksgiving Day: One- story house, 7 rooms; a two-storystoro LaVilla Pharmacy, .
t1 The Orlando Nurseries Mile Novice; One-Mile Open' 200-Yard building, 18x32ft.: handsome front lawn: Jacksonville, }'la.xr Miami City and Dade County -

Dash; One-Mile Tltusvlllo thamplon.ship : shaded 1 by palm trees; a 300 foot dock;

Oiler for November and December deIlasry ; One Mile, boys under 10; Three- 250 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit : Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto Real Estate Las
10,0(10 choice budded orange and Mile Open; Two-Milo Handicap. The trecs150; sour trees, ready to bud; the nnme-and-date slip\ pasted upon BureaA

.Crape fruit trees; are four years old; sour championship race will be run in two fiOO young nursery stock; artesian well;; your paper or wrapper. If you Are in !
orange stock. 5,000 sure bearing fig heats, all tiding In the tint, and the first 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed arrears, please remit y tIIu., first-cIa
trees, Peach, Plum, Poarand Persimmon two out will run the second heat which over place; 1 aero wood shed! for pine -- select] list of- ket Dime
tiees, all leading and boat varieties. will be paced. Entrance fee 25 cents, apples; it few.hundred Porto Rico pineapple -We want to draw the attention. of keel; 91
25,000() ) camphor trees Imported seed which includes all races except the plants; railroad .station on west our numerous readers along the East Dny l3isefyneProioll'ty; ibont m&borse; J
Everything carried by tlrst-class championship, for which 23 cents extra line of this place] ; tramway running to Coast, and throughout the state in gen it 8 mile
Write for prices, to nursery. will be chaiged. All entrance money river front on the east. This place to be eral, to the advts. of the live and energetic City Lou, Fruit and Vegetable: Tracts of all sizes for investments. Prospbaj '!(Capacity

GEO. II WRIGHT goes to help make up prizes. appreciated must be seen. The very business men who are bidding for ORANGE '",oPlea an<1 1nd
I General Manager Orlando Nurseries. There are eight riders entered from handsomest place on the river. The a share of your patronage In the columnsof : GROVE LANDS'on West Coast. &lei latter cu
Titusville and three from City Point, land is of the best hammock. Orange the ADVOCATE. If you are in need For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for cables
which will Insure some good riding. The trees nearly all In bearing now. of any particular line,of goods, the pink ARMOUR CO. "der. For
rr- Reading notice ads. on this page boys say our merchants and citizens are Apply to D. L. GAUt-DEN, Atty., paper will tell you the best place to buy Fertilizers Chicago 111. AIRMOTER WIND MIL shy blett
t are live cents per line per week welling up the prize list. TUusvllle, }'la, them. Read the ads. Avenue Chicr
h D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.








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