Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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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: December 1, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00048
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Have yon paid your subscription ? I I ARRIVAL OF MR JEFFERSON THANKSGIVING DAY INDIAN RIVER HOTEL. on thciXew Rocklcdgo hotel, at Rock-
If not, p'ease do so. i lodge, Indian River; and our correspond*

id Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Harry Watton, of 'Clifton, spent '. Mr. Joseph Jefferson, one of the most Yesterday, as most of our residents Within the lost few weeks our town eat says tho hotel Is rapidly! being put la
Wednesday in town. famous actors In the United States, ar know. was Thanksgiving Day, a day set has been favored" with an influx of visitors Shape for the opening.

I -Mr. F. W. Beal, of Sharpes was a rived In Titusville on Wednesday even apart by the President to celebrate with! quite unprecedented since tho "oh Supt. A. M, Taylor, the genial and
f(etr and General G Mlp In connection 'visitor to town on Saturday. ing, accompanied by his valet. lIe was peace and good will, and to praise Him stonmbont days." The greater part of whole-souled manager: of the Casino, St.
Ith Biscayne Bay Lake Worth Indian met at the railway station by the ADVO who giveth us all good things.: It Is along these visitors arc arranging to remain Augustine, has returned from New York
Lnana and Halifax Brrers, Key: We t Please do not send down-river itemsto CATE'S city editor, and escorted to the time since the Pilgrim Fathers from for tho winter months, declaring; that and Is "getting his house In order" for
Tnd all other Important Point along; the this office later than Wednesday, Indian River hotel, where ho was welcomed the Old Country, assembled to give the old county seat of Brevanl, with Its tho coming tourist season

Lit Coast of Florida. Brief mention of -Mr. W. II. McFarland has been in by Manager J, G. Bast, Col. W thanks" for their crops and It was many wide salt bay frontage: boating, bathing, Hotel Magnolia
Interesting Event from Various Part St. Augustine of this week. G. Winans, Circuit Judge: M. S. Jones, years afterwards-In the hundreds-that fishing, hun.lng nnd bicycling, ofTeis themalllell1f.ntlfMeDowell..tPoI.lm..f.: St. Augustine, under
If the Worlds About People You Knowd couple, days County Judge D. L. Gaulden, States the President appointed the day nn a national attraction that the newer places cniiuocxcell. I ,
People Yon Don't Know Picked -Mr. Geo. W. Scobie returned here, Attorney J. D. Bcgga, Dr. T. B. Perry holiday. But It was demanded by Landlord J. O. Bast, of tho opened for the season, yesterday with a.
In by Our Society: Editor and a large staff Wednesday, from his trip to Jackson- of the United States: Marino Service. andothers. the people themselves, and in 18Ull'resl-( : Indian River hotel, assisted by Col. W. Thanksgiving unable: dinner, which wo regret
If Correspondent scattered along the ville. dent Lincoln set It aside as permanent O. Wlnans.! of the Old Guard, of Now wo were to attend.

alt Coast of and Mr. Jefferson-whom we had the pleasure festival. York, hits for tho pant few dRill been Manager Gnu C. Howe, of tho Buckingham
Florida- Mr. Mrs. Wm. M. Merwin of
of meeting at Palm Beach last win- When Thanksgiving dawned In 18G5( entertaining nn unusual! number !! hotol, St.: Augustine, has arrived
Milford Conn. will arrive in
next week., Rockledge ter-Is an ardent fisherman, many of his the war was over, and President Andrew at this erstwhile popular! old caravan-/ and U getting: his house In order for the
THE ADVOCATE, big catches having been published In, Johnson appointed Thursday, December sarv of the East Coast. l'ol1lnJtlenllon.. Ho will not manage the
$1.50 per annum In advance. -Mr. J. H. Kilpatrick, of Savannah, the columns of this paper. He brought 7th, as Thanksgiving Day, Instead of tho The Thanksgiving dInner of yesterday Holly mu Daytona; nor the Hibiscus,
$1.00 six months,, h registered at the Indian River hotel on with him his complete fishing outfit, and last Thursday In November, according to wan ono of tho old-fashioned sort, with Palm !leach, this winter.
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Wednesday.Mr. will, as usual, devote most of his time what had always been accepted ns the which Mine Host Bast Is so familiar The Florida.: tat Coast Hotel
subscribe for the ADVO- this winter to his favorite pastime of usual custom. He admonished the poor At the conclusion of the feast, the delighted System
When : well known has issued senml Illuetratod
ITK you the it does not cost you Henry Whipple, a hauling in the finny tribe, at which ho pie to give thanks that they had been delivered guests: voted hint tho prince of just u pretty, -
by year, store-keeper of Eden, was In town a folder, which gives a list of hotels nnd
is from the of civil bonl faces.
Iree cents per week,.postage included. of this week. quite an adept.Mr. scourge wnr. boarding I IIOIIHCN along the Kant Coast
couple days arrivals ; ,
JelTerson Informs' us that the Services were held In St. Gahilei's The recent hotel aro as follows -
Note date of expiration printed week. upon Thisa -Attorney Frank Clark: of Jackson- trains for Florida. were so crowded t that Episcopal church in the morning, when : Thorn. B. Forbes, Brooklyn, N. ns the well traveling an other Information Writ of Interestto C.!
liir paper or wrapper every need ville, one of the candidates for Congress, his wife will have to wait a. week before Archdeacon B. F. Brown gave a very ex- Y. ; S. F. Glbbft, Melbourne; ANew I'IMllur, public Supt.
No B. Kn
"tr St Augustine for of these
receipt for your money. berth. lIe will cellent York A. 1V. Oomlwin Richmond ono
was In town on Wednesday.Attorney securing a sleeping remain sermon.In ; fnlilerH.,
Irusto send receipt subscription. # on the East Coast all the winter, the afternoon the stores closed, and Vn.; dipt I R. S. Nelson, Jacksonville; now
Biedateglfeslttoyou. W. I. Metcalf, of West and the ADVOCATE has every confidencethat at 3KM: the bicycle races-which were the George Hailngton, Chicago; II. roams, T. N. Haulier: who him leased the Con-
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE islie on Palm Beach, was among the numerous he will keep up his former excellent main features of the day-took plane, 'omtonny' ; II. A. Whlto, Hoatmi" ; Capt. olly house' Miami, will open its doors to
at the following news-stands, at; five callers at this office yesterday.FOR record for fish catching.: ,Jf r. Jefferson the events being ns follows: L. A. DCOHZ:, C. Bonn, St.,AuKUHtitio; L. time publlo HoMietlmo In December. 1'heholl.1
nts per copy : GOOD AND PIJRE OLD RYE and his ou have been spending a few The bicycle races were the most inter Io'. Wooil 1, (Giniigln: ; J. Jacobs, JankHunvllle ha< bncti, rcfnrnlthod throughout,
Tltusville-Fred S. Chaffee. Whisky, go: to Robt. Motlow's, on the days at St. Augustine and. City Beautiful eating! and exciting that have been held \ ; F. M. Wooten, John Riy, Mrs. CII. repl\lnhlIlnde! and out, and some Important
1 J."B.:Screven. river front, Cocoa.Mr. and was sent to Titusville by Mr. here for some time, and were all run off Hill and children, Florida; E. W, i chimtfON have, been made;, which
James P. Vinlng, manager Hotel Colon without a hitch iti the program.: We Easter, New Haven, -Conn. ; Ed. V, will ndd much to the convenience of
J. R. Wells, manager of the Sing nades. Our townspeople heartily welcomed regret very much not being able to /give Walker, F. E. C. Ity. ; Judge J. D.I Hcggx, guests, Mr.I Gantierhaa changed the
rr Reading notice ads. are ten centsr er Sewing Machine Co., of Jacksonville, \ this veteran and popular actor to the time made In each event, but sutllco Orlando; J, H. White, Atlanta, Ga.; W, namo to "Tho Kvcrglado."
| line on this page. has been spending several days in town. Titusville.Mr. It to say that all wore made In very good I. Metcalf, Neat 1'1111Beach; Ernest 1 Wo nro in receipt of n neat little semi-

Prof. C. O. Jannoch, of Tibbals, was a The house-boat, 'Rose Marie, has returned Jefferson expects to leave here today time. Taylor. E. M. HmluHon, Enu Galllo; illustrated! folder of the Carolina and
Isitor to town this week. from the Haulover, where Mr. for the Mosquito Lagoon, to Join At 3 o'clock sharp the novice race Wall .1, V..PIlklngton, Louisville, Ky.; J. T Holly Inn, Plnnhurst, N C, from Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Naething, of New York' Mr. Snider: and party on the house-boat called and promised to be an exciting Sanders and wife, Indianoia; \V. A. Allen '1'. Tl'elldwayla former manager of
j-State's Attorney J. D. Beggs,.of Or- had some excellent sport, fishing andduck Buckeye. finish until Cnrrell and Wilson carne in Louder, J. A. Hudson, W C. Braddock, the Now Rocklctlgo hotel, Rocklcdgo.
Indo, was attending Circuit Court this shooting Last night the Indian River Band gave contact with each other on tho last; cop E. Foster, Sebastian; J. O'Brien, Now lie will bo manager of those (line North
eek. .. I him a full dress serenade In the lobby of ner. Wm. MoFarland won this enslly, Smyrna: ; Dr. W. L. Uughletr, J. M. San- I Carolina hotels tho coming season. Mr.
|OU WILL FIND PURE- and Unadulterated -Mr. Henry M. Flagler, Vice-presl- the hotel, after which Manager, Bast with Ernest Abney second and II. A. SindeiH, J, F.! Woolen, Cocoa; J. S. Boll, Tt end way successfully' manages the Red
1 old Corn Whiskey at den J. R. Parrott, Traffic Manager J. P. formally Introduced his guest to the citi Can ell third. Fort Pierce; W, O. Booth, Chicago} C, I.lon hole), Stookbrldge: Mans., during
ROBT: MOTLOW'S, Cocoa.IMr. Beckwith and Supt. R. T. ,Goff, of the zens of the town who had assembled to The second event was the one mile I). Vannemnn :St. Augustine; F. T, tho summer. Ibis well known on Indian
Florida East Coast Railway, arc expected do him honor; the editor of the ADVO- open, which was won by Ernest Vun Dawson, Orlando: ; II. It. Cnlooa, Now Itlver, where ho has a host of friends.
Jas. Andrews, of Tibbals, one of south to-day, on a special train.F. CATE introducing Mr. Jefferson to all landingham, Arthur Brown second and! York, City; J. Av Kllpntilck, B. Clyd
revard Bounty's newly-fledged lawyers, A. Houston, the 'gator hunter, of the ladles. In his response to Mr. Bast's Walter Hatter third. and wife Savannah, On.t{ Prof. C. o. Messrs. Alnsllo it Webster, the well-)
|as a pleasant caller at this office on Eau Gallle, says coon-hunting on a large remarks, he gave his appreciative audience Tim :200-yard! dash was: also won by Jannock, TlbbnU; K. C. MonnghnnJncksonvlllo known managers of tho Maplewood
'ednesday.Rev. scale Is in progress: along the prairie. a most delightful "Thanksgiving" Vanlandingham, with Brown 'second and ; Thos. II. Sander. Indian hotel, White Mountains, N. H., formerlyof
I E. E. Blackman and family, of One man killed fifty-six two days, and and remlnlstlctalk, which elicited much Leon Wilson third. ola; Henry Whlpp'o, Eden; W. J. Cnith llotol Sun Marco, St. Augustine, have
iaml, are now stopping at Sharpes, two others got 140 in two days. laughter. After the band serenade, the The one mile Tltusvillo, championship cart, J. B. l'al'kerand wife, Jacksonville; ostablUliod permanent New York head
here they will remain for a few weeks hotel orchestra rendered several selections was run In two heats; vanlandlughum L. J, Zehnbnuer, St. Augustine; John PShcr.Tian quarter at tho Hotel Empire, Sixty-third
fmger, ere returning to Dade county. ,-Mr. J. E. M. I1od son, one of Eau while Mr. Jefferson went through and: Blown. being tho first two out In the jr., Wakefield, R. I.; :Sheriff street and Broadway West Ono or both
Gallie's prominent merchants, and Mr. the ceremony of giving a general reception first (heat, quallfiied for tho second heat,, W. '1'. York, Itabun Gap, On. members of the firm will remain there.
j -Miss thanksf I\nllunUJ tho
Annie Paddison has the E. Taylor another will-known residentof all being delighted with the kindly Vanlandln ham again coming out victor during the winter, reopening
the ADVOCATE for a present of some the above town were among the pleas- of the r.Japlowol.lrJ| next year Mr.
manner in which the lovable delineator The one mile boys' race was the closest DEATH OF STEPHEN RYDER
lery fine chrlsanthemums, grown In the ant callers at this office on Wednesday. of "Rip Van Winkle" received them. and most exciting finish of the day; Jim Almtllo U. son-in-law of Ex-Mayor H.
arden of her sister, Mrs. G. T. Anthony, ALL THE LEADING BRANDS of Mr. Jefferson-In conversation with White winning by a few Inches from Julius Smith, of Pompton Lakes, N. J.,

Washington.... Ga.Postmaster Wines, Liquors, Cordjils, beers and the editor of the pink paper-expressed Abney. Whltn was called back to the A special Ga. writes correspondent the A In Thomasvllle that Mr., who owns n winter reslilonvo) and! orangegrove
j John C. Jones 'is again Cigars will\ be found at Robt. Motlow's himself as being much pleased with TI- finishing line on the shoulders of his Stephen ,Ryder a well VOOATK known former At !took ledlro.

It his post, after enjoying a visit of sev- Saloon, on the river front, Cocoa, and tusvillo and Us people, and promises to friends, while cheer after cheer root tbe property owner,at Rockledge and Cocoanut ; Ono of the finest! Thanksgiving' dinners'
Iral week' to West Palm Beach, Saint served by the genial Dick Rocker.Mr. return for a longer stay, later In the sea- air.The Grove died at the former place on ever served In Jacksonville was that at
Luoie and ,Klondike. While away he son. Yesterday he was out fishing, and three mile open was called next, Mcrrltt's Rathbun hotel Jacksonville
tho 23rd: of November from ,
F. S. Morse of Miami who has consump ,
lad landed three large spotted trout In frontof and was won by Vanlandlnghnm Hatter
some good hunting.
tion. Deceased resided at for yesterday; sad U will be repented Christmas -
few weeks in St.
been spending a Augustine
the hotel which were served him and second and Kentrcss Davie third.
j -Mr. W, J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, was a passenger on Tuosday's train. his party this, morning for breakfast, In The two ml'e' h"ndlcapVOl the last miinv years, and wna- tho owner of time Day Do not trusts It, If you wish to
know how A Christmas dinner should bo
Iras in this week. lIe hotel ami H
town a day or so en route to West Palm Beach. He saidit old Tropical orange grove. "
pened his Cocoa saloon to the public was too cool for him in the ancient Chef Nelson's best style moo on tho program, and proved to be was known by a gout" many resident served, and the bunt way to pleaso or
B. Jefferson arrived here last
Mr. C. exciting from finish. Another
start to tickle tho \ It Is
in pnlato really astonishing
Wednesday, in the building lately oo- city along$ Indian River, who\ will regret to
from Ormond and joined his fall occured In this
night, nice but luckily Ho
upied by Mr. J. D. Crabb.Mr. learn tllrtt/ lie has passed sway to the how Manager Conch, of Monltt's Hotel
-Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Sanders, of father at the hotel. one was hurt. It was won by Vanland- boyodd." The wife and family Placlde, could serve such u dinner us he
1 A. D' Baldwin, of New Haven, Miami, after spending a couple of daysin Ingham from scratch, Wesley Joynor: of"great deceased arol'osidontrof Thomasvllle did for the l"mUsum of 40 cents. Manager
onn., gave our office a call on Saturday.e town, left, Tuesday, for Indianola, on -Mr. S. N. Gladwln has returned to yards, second ;Carrel 00 yards, third ; Mo- Couch Is,fetid l to be II /line hotel manager .
owns an orange grove at Rockledge, a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sanders. town from Miami. Farland 110 yards, fourth. Georgia. 1 And a perfect gt'ntloull\n-lllq who

lad came up to give the McFarland Fruit They expect to remain at Indianoia until -Mr. J. E. Ingraham of St. Augus The Cocoa Gun Club came up at 1 :45, well knows how) to cater to the traveling
riotection Co. an order for.tents. after Christmas. and a contest was had In the afternoon Quarantine nailed at Key We ;. IlLIID. The bill of faro-which may bo
tine, has gone on a trip to Now Yom k.
f'E HAVE at (Linton) some of In between the above club and the Titus- seer) nt this offlco-will surprise you,
which Dr. Y. Porter State Heal
-Mrs. H. E. Bugbee and two boys, of ville Gun Club resulted In a score Joseph ,
j the best vegetable land on the East stock Murray Hill, I. W. Harper, Seth St. Augustine, were in town yesterday. of 80 to 83 blue rocks out of a possible Officer, has removed restrictions of qunr The ADVOCATE Is toM Unit JfandgefWcllon
I Coast for either rent or sale on easy Wakefield, Old Mountain Dew Corn, 125 In favor of tho Cocoa club. antlne on travel to and from Key West, of the Granada hotel, Eau Gallic,
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau Tennessee Sour Mash (Lincoln county) -Miss Minnie Johnson, of Cocoa, spent In the evening a dance was given In and, after almost three full months, free will conduct It In first-clans shape this
Gallle, Fla. and other first-class brands.Mr. Thanksgiving Day In Titusville, and left the Titusville Opera house, when a huge communication may be had between the winter, and the table will be so good that

( -Mr. E. B. Wager Is having a good Frank E. Howe, a bright young this morning for Braidentown, where she number availed themselves of the chance Island and the outside world. The following there will bo no room for complaint.
eal of amusement out of his fine new journalist, of Barre, Vt., was a passengeron will spend several weeks visiting her sister to "trip the light fantastic." report was sent out by Di< I'or_ Guests will receive every attention, and
(boat, recently built by Bessey Bros., Wednesday's southbound train, en Mrs. C. A. Wllllard. The weather was beautiful throughout ter : the Granada will bo made like "" home

ifWaveland. It is the finest-built boat route to West Palm Beach, where he will WE HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of the day, the sun shining brightly. The "To the Public : Being officially Informed from homo." The hotel grounds are
f Its class In this section of the East remain all winter. Mr Howe was ao the best vegetable land on the East Indian River Band performed on the that the citizens of Key West being enlarged and boautllle.l, and several -
Joast.I companIed by his wife and child. Coast for either rent or sale on easy bandstand in the afternoon. have complied with the requirements new features are being added. Hotel
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros. Eau of my proclamation of the 14th Inst., I Granada opened yesterday with a grand,
Farmers are requested to take note -Among the lawyers attending Circuit Gallle Fla. accordingly quarantine restrictions to old-fasbionutl Thanksgiving dinner at
if the new ad. of M.Xane &; Son, New Court this week were: Frank Clark, of For Bale. travel to and from Key West are removed 0 p. m., and the editor of the ADVOCATE
fork, which will be found on, our 4th Jacksonville; Jas. T. Sanders, II. F. except; that household goods regrets being unable to accept Mr.
fage. This is said to be a very reliable Atkinson, Miami; W. I. Metcalf, West Coining South. The most desirable property In the and personal baggage from houses In Welles Invitation to be 'present, owingto
|omml8slon house, and Messrs., Lane are Palm Beach; James Andrews, Tibbals; center of Rocklndge, on Barton avenue; which were cases of yellow fever must pressure of bullpen Several other
Bidding I for a share of your patronage, D. L. Gaulden Geo. M. Robblns, F. J. The southbound trains are fairly consisting of five acres covered with be disinfected or sterilized before leavingthe Invitations along the East Coast had toM
go matter In which section of Florida Webb, M. Goldsmith and' A D. Penney, well filled, every day, with passengers, thrifty orange! trees, also two cottages Island of Key west."Josei'Ir. declined for the sumo reason, onThnnkiglvltlg
|ou reside. Titusville. en route to various places'along Indian thereon., Apply to Y FORTKB, Day. 1

( -Being Court week the ADVOCATE -Mr. and Mrs. B. Clyde,'ot"Savannah, River and Lake Worth. WM. M. MEJtWINi Milford, Conn. tate Health Officer." The Westmoreland hotel, a new hotel, t tat
,as had numerous callers from down- arrived at the Indian River hotel on After :J, Rockledge, Fla. ICana..ral the corner of Bay and Cellar streets,
f Yer points. Some of 'them paid the Tuesday. They are on ''their honeymoon Band Performance w Club. Jacksonville, opened for the reception of
|mk paper 'many appreciated compliments and expect to visit several places Wanted. guests this week It Is under the able
while subscribing and paying old along the East Coast. It was the intention Bandmaster W. E. Youngs Informs us This clubhouse opens for the season Management Mrs. A, J, Walker, who
Sues into our exchequer. Wear always of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde to go to that the Indian River Band will give a today for the reception of guests. Among ormerly' owned and managed one of the
leased' to have our friends call at this Havana, but the strict; quarantine prevented choice selection of music on the bandstand Experienced 'party In stock raising those who arrived yesterday wero Col. cleanest: and best restaurants In Jackson
Alec when in town. them doing so. They left here Washington avenue, every Thursday wants a partner with capital to start a C. }I. Horton Mr. r. Watson Merrill and vllle-n place where everyone was deIghted -
for Ean Gallle on Wednesday. evening during the winter, weather cattle ranch in South: Florida; best locacatlon Mr David Sears Dr Weld will ,roba, I with what thoy got for their
permitting. This will be appreciated by In the state! Address, hl1! arrive on Monday. As usual Col. money. Mr*, Walker has secured! Mrs. -
For Sale, Cheap, -Mr, R. J. Riles, the well-known and our townspeople and visitors.A W., care ADVOCATE, Horton and Mr Merrill are the first to C. I'. Garvln ns housekeeper of the West
popular jeweler of Bay street, Jacksonville ..,. Tltusvllle, Fla. arrive from Boston. moreland, who Is also a well known and

TIe! sloop, Edna; length 32ft; 'beam, has a tine conductor's lantern he Iarraln.. ,_. t opul.tr hotel woman of many years' ex-.
f:; headroom In cabin. A capital Is going to makd a pre entof to the most wrlence In this bunlness.. Mr C. .:.
conductor on the Plant System. Cocoa A lleaiitlful Winter Homo AMONG THE HOTELS clerk
Nuinuboat. Address! popular For sale, at on Indian River, Taylor lass boon engaged as night ,
'"_"" M. B. BURNS, Canaveral, Fla. Every purchaser of goods at his jewelry Florida, a fine residence, and the schoon cheap and A, H. HarrUas potter. Tliobalanca
store-even to the small amount of ten er-yacht Semlnole House stands on For sale very on east side of WIIKHE: to stop. See list of hotels on o,f the office force will be secured Liter.:
cents-can cast one vote. The conductor point overlooking Indian River fiche Sound, Indian River: opposite our 7th pages. The floors of all the bed rooms are cov-
ANTED a bus; must be In good receiving the highest number ,of votes prominent has 105( ft river front :2 blocks northof store, postofllce and express office; about red with fine Brussels and Ingrain car-
file all!)
; Is
; The ADVOCATE: now at
shape and at a reasonable price. will get the handsome lantern. Why not main part of town, on shell road call 15 acres, :390 ft. river and Atlantic ocean the best hotels In New York city. v.ul., end" every room In the building/
Address, II. give the F. E, C. Railway conductors a ed Palmetto avenue, contains 0 rooms front; seven rooms, bath and screened f urulshed with solid mahogany, and oak
Sea Breeze p. o., Fla. chance for a lantern ? and bath, sewered to the river, verandaon verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill Whereto stop In Tltusvllle. See hoa nits; there Is a beautiful velvet carpet;
three sides, 'first class sea wall and and large tank. OO< "| wharf and wart tel l and boarding house advts., on 7th ugags n I the floor of the rotunda sod bull, as
Launch For Sale boat house about 1) acres of ground; 73: house; alllo .. .room bath house on ocean well' ns on the floors of the two large
To Kent, bench, }tulle from residence. Coconouts 'I ouble parlors. The wood! work of the
tree HO trees bearing, Do hotel and
orange want to purchase
and ornamental pUnts. Apply for Illustrated you stance of the hotel I III the pine wood of
,a first-class ; ;; condition a bar- of oranges last; year. cottages f If you do, road ad, on 7th o for
running to
>. ; Comfortably furnished house In Hen- Yacht Is BO feet oo keel, :32 feet beam,' booklet, price etc, ur own stale, amid its equal beauty
Dimensions: 3(1( feet overall; 32 ClIAS. It. EIIJKA: Ttt05, PaKa c nnnot be found anywhere The deoo-
N C.e'or partlculais Inches forward 14 Inches
dersonvllle aft 20
f'keel; DJ feet beam; 28 Inches draft, I draws centerboard, promenade deck all; 321: Jackson Building, Manager O, Butler Smith, of Hotel r shone of the fwd rooms show they were
*; horse power Daimler motor; speed address, 'II. TwYroHD Atty Ill foot cabinet with, state larva Nashville Tenn. Key West, Is the guest of Mr. mud Mrs eluded with taste and care. la fact,
n t 8 miles an hour has large around, rooms Ormo d.lerrJtt'l the Westmorland from the first to the
carry- Price at
; J. D.
Hendersonvllle N. C, i ,
P, O. Box 10 I. galley, closets, store rooms, refrigerator,
f with
capacity for freight floor Is furnished everything/
; t
passengers Tltuavllle Laundry. top' ,
P notes eta, and Is completely furnished, and ) Hotel Rathbun, Jacksonville, It U
and seated from stem to stern, new, and l I. a model of neatness.
latter the most convenient yacht In Florida baa (met with much success since It baa
: furnished
ii cables cuahl all complete ned. Fittings and; In anchors good The San Mateo Cigar wsters. Will ell residence, yacht, etc., Mrs. Oeo. Cook, of Titusville work ,of Is DO"I I opened, and the traveling public speak tiotels aid to In be Jacksonville one of the, and best everything.u ,
to laundry everydescription
at a big bargain. prepared highly of tbe house and Its management
jr'bFor full particulars and, price AH work guaranteed.Leave very I seen by an AI VOCATB reporter, looks
?} to All Pure Florida Tobacco, Writ for further particulars to washing O. K. Duren'scoruar I UJ -to-(late. We wish this now hotel
G. )I. II swore, your
II. MACIIATTIE:, East Cout Grown, 203 State street Chicago, 111. stow, opnonite ADVOCATE office.! U.'.J'. Shares I ls having n new roof put i very success.
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A ftlntble Coin. 'S\ QRT HEWS STORIES.'- brightens The vision the of the stork and : quickens Is one whk the SEED POTATOES.

Can this be a new confidence game! eyes of
heart beat ever
Yesterday two men went Into'a drog The Minister. From Dmll It TV". wife. Yet
nE Q young
r tore, and one* of them made a pur. tla )la.or'a Treat-A Good OBO > often the vision i Is

Chase that amounted 'to' 2i: cents. Ue on. Governor: : noc never realized, and< barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for tmcnlals .
Rose per .
handed the clerk Linter' quart r; as the laughter of Improved

lEA which'just as the clerk was about i to Curiously enough the minister froi infant voices float from largest potato planters In Florida.

Those Brazil beats the name of the country from without into the<
take It, slipped from hid fingers ;
In stock. Write
:. / E present beard the coin strike on I Iii h$ represents. Not long ago says r a childless home the Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always for Price| lilt,
or sadden and the
edge on tho floor, but Leard ho furthers correspondent In The Saturday Evenin 1 heart eyes hungryIt L. CAMERON, Seedsman

of It. Every one looked on the Post, a gentleman from' out of 'town, i a often happens that childlessness grows is dui

floor for it, but It could not be foun little bard of hearing, on being' Introduced to conditions which may be corrected 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.|

There was no crack Into which' It could to that diplomat felt convince Many women hare found that the vitalit .

have rolled and nothing behind which be must have been mistaken ,In the and vigor imparted by Doctor Pierce!a -=

it could be hiding. This caused much name and so asked'the' minister to set Favorite Prescription to the womanly JOHN MARX. i

astonishment for all saw It 'fall and him right"My organs, has been the one thing needfu GEORGE MARX. I I1V.IA.R

heard It strike the floor. After scare name Is Brazil" politely responded to fulfill the joy of motherhood. Thi R<>S.I
famous medicine is hot a cure-all, but .
Ing In vnln for It for some minutes the the senon
"Well mind we "I did not ask the name of you a socialist's prescription, having as i a
drug clerk said never ; single aim the cure of diseases peculiar Wholesale Dealers In
shall probably find It," and the two country, but your name, said the to women.

.. men walked: out. stranger. "What Is your name, please?" Sick or weak women are invited to con, GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
-- A half block away the friend, chan razll." again answered the diplomat suit Dr. Pierce, Buffalo N.Y. by letter,, ,

THE SEMINOLE INDIANS. Ing to look down saw that the other thinking his Interlocutor quite the, free of charge,thus avoidingthe indelicate ,

had on a pair of linen trousers which denfest man he had ever met. questions, offensive examinations, and 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 0 and 8 ewnan Street,

the bottom. There "Your family name yon local treatments, generally considered
turned at name your
were up
he FLA.
Government Aid 8" JACKSONVILLE
They Refuse y ,
s: Commissioner of Indian Affair was the solution of the mysterious dl father's name, not the name of you necessary by inexperienced
All letters are heU} as strictly private
of the coin. He called hla country," Insisted the visitor but Bra
annual of the Commlssloi appearance and sacredly confidential. Each answer 'HOUSES IN I
The report FRUIT THE
Jone friend's attention to It, nnd there the I zll was the only answer elicited. Final is sent in a perfectly plain envelope. ONE OF THE OLDEST CITY.
er of Indian Affairs, Williams coin was found. It had struck the floor ly, convinced that owing to his Impel- There is neither alcohol nor other Intoxicant -

Washington D. C., besides reviewing and,bounding up,had noiselessly lodge I feet knowledge of English-which I Is contained in "Favorite Pre-

the progress of affairs In all branches of lu the
the service, urges more schools, more Ing Its owner Its value In merchandise, not understood his Inquiry he sough opium, cocaine and all narcotic drugs. guaranteed genuine.and We also carry Give a us a trial and you, will be pleased. We wan

systematic methods, a study of Indlvlc -Philadelphia Times.: out his host and begged! to know the "My wife was sick for over pour Oranges Vegetables.
eight year," writes Albert H. MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville
name Brazil.- Fli.
ual traits and consideration of subsi of the envoy from Fulte, 1oKJ.;! of Altatnont, Grundy ,
his host Tenn. "She had uterine We Sell to Dealers.
A Twelfth Century Brldgr razl1. quickly replied County rnr- only

qucnt environments schools. In The outlining entire studies educe One of the oldest bridges In Europe "You are all crazy," announced the two disease phyalciani and was and treated got no re by r

In Indian is soon to disappear under the deman gentleman angrily under the Ijipres- lief. At iat I read, in one of

tlonal .system of the Indian Office, h for better navigation of the river It slon he was being made sport,, of. but your which.you Memorandum sent me--about Books Dr.' VHnA.sIaT.T: ::
says, l is predicated upon the tinal abolition spans. This Is the stone bridge with when the matter was fully explainer Pierce's medicines, r

of the anomalous Indian reservatlo 15 arches and a total length of 00)!).I to him he enjoyed a hearty laugh at his and hll Favorite we decided Prescrip to try DEALERS IN -

system. There are now 20,522 boys and feet, built across the Danube at Rei own expense.One eon! I sent to the Pl.n.e: "VVl.n.es: tio.c3. aLsloLii-ors:

girls in attendance: on the various India cnsburg (Itatlsbon). In Bavaria by bottle drug store and and the< Duke Henry the Superb In 113:>>-4(* on Governor JlOKA' dose gave ease and
schools out of an enrollment of over The protected b "I was very much Interested In tb sleep. She had not slept any for three nights JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
if, the Indian population from which plel'B'rest on plies Being sure that it would cure her I sent for five .
2T,000, : stone riprap and heavy Ice breaker!: sketch of Governor Hogg of Texas more bottles and when she had taken the sixth

ftf these are taken being 181,000. The roadway is very narrow, and the published In The Inter Ocean a Sunday; bottle she was sound"and well. We: now have a MONOXGOIIELABye
While the population line remained i footways 'allow the passage of only or two no." said Colonel W. J. Hamilton fine Dr.boy Pierce's at our Pleasant Pellets promote

stationary: there has been such a tcdy one person at ,a time. So far as Its a well known resident of Covington a healthy condition of the stomach.DROPSY !

r increase in the number of Indians buln, stability Is concerned It would probably Ky:. who Is spending a few wi\ek, Whiskey

? ,' educated as to warrant the opinion that stand for another 750; j'ears. but I I It in Chicago, "nnd It brought to my; CURED with Y.lCe abl. ,
mind an anecdote told in my town of l mt1dle... Have cured
the next quarter century will witness, Interferes with the passage of steatt ( Delivered to
his encounter with one of our eminent many thousand CJWMrnltedhnpeleis
; not a dlmlnultlon of ,the Indian: popult- a _. OF
at least l two-third"or nil vyiiiptoniiiremov'
He Wn. fired In Old Chlonffo. IIYI
1; tlon but an extinguishment of India T.'ihnnnialsahltTE1DAYS\ treatmenttrse. f
"The gentleman! I refer to Is Theodore 320.
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I PUlher-OUJdll'r Is not very happy; 'IR. H. R. iJKFKfl'S SONS box K. Atlanta G%
t tribes. One discnmaglng factor, lion- F,- Ilallain, who has been for ------ ;
In his choice of adjectives. /i
eves, is disclosed by the unnitlnfictor; Usher-Why so? many years one of the ornaments of: PER GALLOP, EXPRESS PREPAID

I result of the past nine yearn, the trial of Pusher-Miss Gumms fished for ;!a the Kentucky bar because of his at ADVOCATE Remember does that all kinds the INDIAN of job printinjit RIVER I .e1' :; Miami Rye, $4, per gallon.
Is noted for his wit f
co-education of Indians with the white compliment by asking him what he tnlnments. nnd short notice. Send them an order Gibson Rye,. $4, per gallon.

In the public schools. The report say thought of her slippers. Many people on first meeting' Italian and be convinced that it is the place to 'e .: : Lewis 06 Rye, $t. per Rallou.
the result of this co-education are, Dot t.Shcl'-Aml; what did he say? think it Incumbent on them to ask 1 If have job printing: done. '" Rye and Corn $1.50 to $2.50 per galli
with the expenditure Pusher-lie said they were ImmenSE. he's the Hnllara of the 'middle ages, or: Mount Vernon Rye, 1892) $3; per gallonJohn
and Ilallam has
-Tit-Bits. 'constitutional law, NOTICE.NOTICE .
that the idea, theoretically, is an admix borne this sort of wit 'fco long that I It

able expedient for breaking down promo Why It Wouldn't."I -
has become exasperating.
p t is hereb"jtl'l8n that it is the in ten-
'duces and civilizing the Indians, but the see a New York paper says that 1 If "A few years ago Ilallam was li the Florida Union Telegraph and

( figures iWm that it is notaqualltioi Dewey were lu Fiance; berovorshlp; Washington on business when he was Telephone of the State Company of Florida to on apply the :IBtli) the day Governor of- B Stetson University 1 t tDELAND

success. The full blood, who, need would surely make him president""No Introduced to Governor Hogg. 'Hal )December, A. U, 1890, to alter and amend Its

secured ,' It wouldn't. lam? Ilallam?' Inquired the governor barter, as follows: .
such contact most, l is rarely RDd lit. By adding: Section 2 to Article 3, of salt .
"Why not? 'Are the original?' the will read as follows
work at least of Indian ed- you barter 10 that same
1; the ground "Dewey wouldn't let It."-Chlcag 'No; Governor Ilogg,' said Ilallam Section 2. The capital stock of sail Corpora FLORIDA
ncatlon must be laid under the govern- Post Ocean. Inn may be increased to a sum not to exceed
'Are you? Chicago '500,000.00.
ment's auspices and control. 2nd. Amend Article 4 so that the same will

Stronger. measure for forcing attend My son has been troubled for year The Mayor' Treat. read as follows t ARTICLE IV. : '' 'diA ffiih itrt7.

anco on Indian schools are urged. Then with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I The following amusing story Is told rAll the aforesaid stock of $5,00000 being ." .

are 2,562 employes in the Indian service, )ersuaded him to take some of Clam- of Queen Margherlta of Italy: She recently fully paid property up by the the foregoing stockholders: and of above said descrlbet $5,-- ,"i.if' ; ,,';.,,..,.--,1'. $. .'t

and the policy Is to employ Indians! In erlaln's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhoe arrived in a town where great 00.00 of stock shall not be personally liable and '','.""t.',11i" .ll'.ue',. 'L'.<"r.
t ilemnly., After using two bottles of the aid stock of $5,000.00 shall not be assessable : y.wk: x.t. ,
had been made to do her t'I; )
t : every postlon to which they are adapter i.Vcent'sIze; he was cured 'j give thi preparations for any purpose whatsoever ""' "':'' ::'"
Article 7 of the charter ".2
honor. The mayor was'at hand to escort 3rd. Amend and change
by nature and education. estlmonlal, hoping some one similarly of said Corporation so as to reau as.follows: ." V
exhaustive invostlgatloi ifillcted may road It and be beneflttedTiIOMAB her to the room where luncheon ARTICLE VII. i
C. DOWER, Glencoe, O. Fo was served, but the queen declined to The lightest amount of Indebtedness to which .
of the Semlnolos of Florida has resulted the said<< Corporation can at any time subjei t it
s ale by all druggists and medicine deal lelf is 5200KJOOO( and the Corporation may
'f In the discontinuance 'of tho ofllco of irs. mortgage and bond its property and such other
as It may purchase or construct. to se
industrial teacher ,and other employes, roperty

and no school will be established for There Is a special class of farm laborer cure Which its indebtedness.said alterations and amendments were

In Sweden who are given so acre dopted by the unanimous vote of all of the .
their real and flDcledwrongs many
them at present, tockholders of said Corporation at a meeting I
i ;i' having embittered them_ agalns and for their own use, in consideration held at TltusTllle,Florida, on the 6th day of No,
ember 1K09 for the purpose of altering andniendlnir
governmental assistance of so many! days' labor during the yea said charter.

the of tho farm. ,These "toi'- i FLORIDA UNION TELEGRAPH AND :
or, owner JnovSt TELEPHONE COMPANY, For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Bega

A Life and Death Fight.! mres" are a sort of fixture to an estate, r

and their like exist in no other country. Sale. October, 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
Mr. W. A. Hlnos, of Manchester, la., Master's

"writing, of his almost miraculous escapi -

it from death says: "Exposure after measles lie Fooled the Surgeons.All AND I!?,VIRTUE OF A DECREE College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments Large, commodio'ormitory
induced serious lung trouble, which : G7 UNDER and sale issued out of the water etc., i ii
ended in I had doctors told Renick Hamilton, of Circuit Court for Brevard Count), Florida,, buildings! with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian ,
hemorrhages Consumption.and coughed night am! nonths Vest Jefferson from Rectal, 0? after Fistula Buttering, he wouk li 8 In'tannery a cause,is thet4tn.depending plaintiff and Frank! wherein It.Everett John and J., wring perfect healthfulness ; bullflings heated by steam throughout ;facultyofained

day. All my doctors said I must soot Loslna L. Everett his wife; Marian E. Russell and Send full informatioddress.
teachers. for containing
die Then I begun to use Ur King's lie unless a costly operation was per- and Alfred RU8lleti. her husband.lare defendants, experienced Catalogue
( armed; but he cured himself with five I will Roll at publin auction In front of the CourtInline FORBES PresidentoR
which j: F. ,
New Discovery for Consumption,
oxen of Uacklon's Arnica Salve, the door,at Tttusvillf. Florida, during the
completely cured me. I would not bi ''gal hours of Hale, upon the
Earth and the .
without it, oven if it cost $:).1I0 a bbttle, urest cure ,on JUST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, A. D. 1899,,
lalve In the World 25: cents iv box
Hundreds have used it on my rocommendation to the highest and best bidder for cash, the
old by F. 8. Chaffee, druggist. of the defend $3.20.
and all say It never falls to blowing! descril eel real estate, Floridatowlhli .
ants situated in lirevard county
cure Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Its of the HICK of the N1 K- a all of the 8K ofthe
Regular sizes 5Uo and 100. Trial: bottle Tho hair of and other animal NElf of the "'>EKami also the NM of the Sent to us by Express, postof ice order or New York Exchange weI

free at F. S, Chalice's drug store In Russia Is l converted into bowls, dlsho "THK LCKCn; IS PAID FOB." 'Etf of the KEg,excepting a parcel of K acres send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
r pat anything, saying that all she needed I \ pou which H, 1 W. Jennings holds a bond for
,.nd'plates, which are valued for their title, dnirribed as follows: Commencing 16 rods OUR FULL
was a glass of water and a sandwich weste.f the section 1 line 1 on the bank of Tajlor's QUARTS
A new and, ono would Imagine, not trength, durability and lightness. Tin sAt reek,running south 825 'feet: there west 420fl'et .

I very congenial occupation for women rtlclos have the appearance of varnlshet the end of this frugal repast she the meandering; thence north of to said Taylor's creek to'reek the point, following of be- 'Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old..

has just been opened in Vienna Them; eather, was about to take her handkerchief inulug.A :.

', in the "gayest city In the world," i ivioinam a -- from her pocket to wipe her lips when > ml 3:acres Commencing sold to W.where B. Harbin the described section line allows Calhoun Pure Whiske

gravo-diggor exists the mayor, misinterpreting her action,, etween Sections 3 and 4 crosses Tnvlor's creek Rye
rhousanda Have Kidney Trouble and said "Your and running: from south bank of said creek ..9rollll .
There is no part of tho world which bowed respectfully ; south, thence west 16 rods, thence north to an tentJ
and Don't Know it. majesty need not trouble yourself. Icnn flahl Tavlor's creek,then along aid creek to the We ship) in PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks.. to indicate contents (which will EXI'EVSE avnld! !
Las such a black record for wrecks ai -------- )nlntof beginning contalnim., less the excep- when you get It and test it. It It la not aatldactory return It at OUR
now To Find Out. assure you the lunch Is paid for UOIIS noted above* 88 acres in Section. 4, town- your 83,20 will be cheerfully refunded. This IIa an nods In tbe\rpt'h!
the narrow Black Sea. The number it ydistan, .
hip 35, south Range 40 Ealt. We are cloll at hand anti can Rive pon QUICKER DELIVERY than bOIl 08.beell
dome has averaged more than onto Fill a bottle or common glass with youivater JOIN IlENR doing business In thIs olty and at;the same stand for over 15 YEARS, and as to oar :1
years : and let it stand twenty-four hours; a Carnegie and the Tramp. Special feaster. l'ONSIIIlUTY AND REl'UTATION for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant liere
day, Tho greatest number of wrocki or set. From D..r\vlck, on the Scottish border tbe euiuirl tblllllal'er,
I ; recorded in one year being 423: and the ar comes a story of Andrew Carnegie Ex cutor'8 Notice.kjOTICK '(; SOLOMON, & LEVI,

smallest 13 i. Abo.ut 50 per cent of;, condl which Is none the less amusing because 1028) & 1930 First Avenue,

those vessels became total wrecks, all tb< tho kid. It; lacks the hallmarks of authenticity, -to all whom It p, O. Box No 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA
; It stains; I III hereby given; may
crews being lost. Usediment it i 13 The new proprietor of Sklbo, Just before \ concern that six months from this date EXPRESS ft(
:, the purchase of that historic es- the undersigned will present to lIon. I).L fE.rWerayExfre8iC5ar'Mtoan! rints reached by "SOUTHERN uti e
of kid aulden, County Judge; of Mrevard county, ANY, {? P i'u! on > other Express Companies we prepay ouly to poi
I As a cure for rheumatism Chamber ; too tate, was accosted on the highway by 'lorlda, his Sisal report,accounts and vouchers,, mthern Express Company transfers to laId other Express Company.
asked for alms. with his petition for discharge as ex-
who mether
desire to a sturdy beggar,
; lain. Pain Balut is gaining wide reputatlou. rotor of the last will and testament of Emily
of Richmond pain In "My good man, nature has well fitted deceased.
t I). 11. Johnson, ., Reynolds,
I Ind., has been troubled with that alltnenBiuco is also you to win a living on your own ae- Dattd at Fort Fierce, Florida, this 8th day ol H. A. HODGES.
"' convincIng proof that the kidneys and blad- "I cannoteonslsteutly Juue A. D. 18U9.
j 1MI2.: lu speaking) of it he says: aunt, said Mr. Carnegie. ,
"1 never found anything that would re Ierare out of order, do anything to help you Executor R. 8. REYNOLDS Estate of EmilyA. Manufacturer of

Hove me until I used Chamberlain's l'alnDa.lrn. What to DO. condition ot| deceased. .
J remain In this degraded Reynolds, .Cypress and Yellow- Pine Lumber..
There Is comfort in tho .
knowledge se
It acts like magic with me. Mj ," C. T. McCarty,
;' k foot was swollen and palulug me veijmuch often, expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp lependenoy"Ain't the American millionaire Attorney for Executor junl6-6mo ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit'and Vegetable C"(
toot, the great kidney remedy fulfills you
, but one good appiloutiuu of fait every build ID
l' that used to live In Cluny castle" Any one contemplating shedding their or oranges or
Balm 'telloved me." .I'or sale by al vlsh In curing rheumatism, pain In the Notice. pineapples are !<
druggists and medicine doalois. lack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every parl juorlod too tramp."I aDY part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills delivered taat

of)f tho urinary passage. It corrects Inablllt'. am an American citizen." replied ;Buffalo Bluff, near Valatka, on the J., T, K. W. Ry. Lumber Bluff, f''
to hold water and scalding pain In passing !Carnegie curtly is hereby given that on the 21st day part East Coast. Address; ,II, A.,HODGES, Buffalo
The camel, the only animal. that can, NOTICE, A I> 1900 or as soon thereafter as 1
It t, or bad effects following use of liquor "Well they do say as how you've can be heard.I wt\\! apply to his Honor D.L.aulden. --.---
not swim. It is an extraordinary fact wine beer and that llravtrd for
or overcomes unpleasant lult work and dd>7't look ama dn County Jndne of County
loses its in of being compelled to often a final settlement of my accounts and approval
that the moment footing II necessity go fol- ESTABLISHED 1880. 1
tho feeble y'ruelf, I'm only tryln to of m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of
and makes ollorl luring day, and to get up many tlmw and for discharge
atroam It turns over no ow the example honor sets me, l4. C. Smith deceased uiy
luring the night. Tho mild and the extra. from the aduilnlstratonhlp of said estate.
to save Itself from, drowning ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is soon said the tramp as be turned from the W I.ALLEN. Bond: Lumber Co.

ealized. It stands tho highest for Its won road Into a bypath and ambled away onsen. Fla Sept. 8th. 1999.obbnl Administrator. ,

i. Tho Appetite of u GoutIs lerful cures of tho most distressing cases m & Graham,Alt'}*for Administrator

envied by all poor dyspeptics whose, If you need a medicine you should have the Every person wintry should< Manufacturers of and Dealers In

Stomach and Liver are out of order Al test.) Sold by druggists InSOc. andl, sizes have a patch of winter onions says Marriage Paper.pu !J14

such should know that Dr. King's New You may have a sample bottle* --of this rrespondeut In Kansas: Farmer; I Thousands of advcrtUu to Miw> LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEIU
wonderful discovery from. Wealthy patrons. InlroOuetlon {
't Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and near the house ,
have two patches, one normal and & IM won! ,
book that tells,
Liver Remedy, glvea a splendid appetite,,, and a 'w and another farther away, that I keep ....f r..M ladles. Sample copy to, OrW f I Iw
Bound digestion and a regular bodllj more about It,both sent j ; I" Twelve rows. : JOCIAL OMEKICAN.T,Udo.Ohla. .* Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed
for sets to use In winter. 1
habit that insures perfect health and absolutely by mall. ltJ.Trl.ddress :; i. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
Dr. Kilmer & BOOM ot..SW.-P.ROOI 100 feet long 18 Inches apart, will Great\ RltrMltiL. BAMPLB opltaof lot *
1"' great energy. Only o, at F\ tt. Chaffee'i first a diderentNewgmpen Saw Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills J. T. & K. W. K'JY
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men. make enough feed after the tear an" Mainline sent upon receipt of 100 toe UMM.. on ,
drug store. Ion reading this generous offer In this paper. tor 230 or more chickens and turkeys. 'ol Uo Adv. Burccu, M St. Clair; M.,ToUOo, 0 DeLand and TltulTll1o.6" .



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professional ,Cards.

-, A NATURAL RROR.But SHORT NEWS STORIES. The Pa..ln* of H.I....*.
.WAITM S.GBARAX.fjjOBBlNS BLOOD -------- will Homes .
ROBBIOT. Lover of molasses: Lave to pay Virginia 1
& GRAHAM, ThU, Tim It WM Mad ky ,the Wkea Mr, ..X.'Wan "Dftil"- i:.pr.... more .for this sweetness next season .
Wrong K_.pt Oat by,Iol.h r.-neatea ) short
thau tli y have paid since a
"I had been certain'room "- it'
occupying a ttU Own Came. -
ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW, In ....... time after the civil war says an ex
this house for :
nearly a year, -
the You learn all about Lands
alone Virginia
due to ,
This Is not
mHOURS:From 10 to 12 a, m., TROUBLES said a drummer who lives at one ot: A man prominent In the politics of change.
of the but to the 1l1'OCotates Its resources products mode of cultivation
condition crop ,
and t tb'4 Ij..m: the hotels, "but the other day ,they this part of the country had an opportunity "

fmraTHttK, $revard Co.' hoPI!>:!. fare me the apartment adjoining,, recently to .how his nerve saysa being used to extract the sugar prices, etc., by reading the <.
t 0,>wx,10d. CU11HD DY which Is a,trifle larger. Last night.1came : Washington correspondent, and the from the corn. Advices from Virginia } rmer. Send lOcts,
ptICtlct/In .0 the eonrt w.te and fed in rather late and very' much manner'in which b. stood the test won cane growing states are that next, for 3 months subscription to the

.McUlfMiUtl s for examining,and perfecto B, B, B,..Botanic Blood Balm- preoccupied and when 1 opened the him many warm adherents among year's output of normal.molasses The will be only this Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.
bf und title. door was startled' dnd a strange' those WnO bad mistaken his peaceable .GO.per :cent' of ,crop

for Bad Blood. man, with his feet on the bureau; readIng qualities for cowardice. Visiting a last year was only about 40 per cent

DR. HOUGOTOITS'llOATIKO a paper. It flashed across my mind mall town Virginia, ,,Mr. X. was do- of the crop of the preceding year. This FFEECONSULTATION

instantly that I had gone to my old laye'd long 'beyond treai l time by bitbusiness. of course, means the product of open

DENTAL APARTMENTSon room by force of habit, and I offeredmy It wa< necessary, therefore, kettle molasses, which will be very
TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE scarce, and that It will command a
apologies as gracefully as I could. for him to remain during tbe'Dlel l.
the (Dentos) high 'price.Sugar with our home treatment. We are
1 this
occupied room for a longtime He made arrangements accordingly l at
Now AT PALM BEACH. / I said, 'and It comes natural tome < the village tavern for his accommodation Is what' the planter Is after, physicians, and yon get the benefit ,
Is your blood impure? Is It thin? as molasses Is-only a by product and of No what
tQ walk right In. I'm very sorry I and being tired and worn out our cxpoiicncf.) matter

Does your skin feel hot and swollen? disturbed you.: from a long and hard day's work, h. the planter thinks no more of It than your trouble Is, how simple or how
OAULDEN does of his bran. He devotes
L. the miller -
"That should certainly have been went promptly to bed and to sleep do and
Rave you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula himself to Increasing his yieldof hopeless, wo cnn you good,
satisfactory, but the fellow Jumpedup Some time In the night Mr. X. was
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW If we can't wo will honestly tell
?- Eating sores? Itching, burning, with a face as black as thunder. awakened by a bright light shining'inbis sugar and Improving the quality of yon
in ill the Courts of the StateD It. The new process, known as the no. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
mil practice and the United States Co rts. eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor 'Hold on a bit. he said. 'It strikes eyes: Looking, he espied a huge
and have been
.,florid that's centrifugal of making sugar, gives a hopeless people en-
me a pretty thin excuse. the
black sitting before lamp on
1.0 Box: 235. TTTU8VILLE, FLA. scalp itch? Catarrh? All rundown? negro larger yield and a better quality. The tirely and peimancntly curcd.by
Loan. 'What do you mean, sir? said I, the table In the center,of the room, his
Money 18 Malaria? Aching bones? ,nave you getting mad myself. arms folded and his great eyes, which molasses produced by the centrifugal

hereditary or contracted blood taint? 'I mean I don't believe you're seemed to be all.whites, gazing Intently process Is poor In quality and much COMPOUND

M.GOLDSMITH straight,' he replied, stepping betweenme at him. A look of horror overspreadthe less In quantity. OXYGENWhy
Have they resisted medical treatment? and the door. 'I've heard of these darky's face as Mr. X. opened his Every year a new process Is being

rTOKNEY-AT-LAW, If you have any of the above blood kind of tricks before, and I think I'l eyes, and when he sat up In bed and tried and every season the crop of r|>t tako heart again and Investigate

troubles procure a bottle of B. B. B. Just investigate you.' demanded in a fierce voice, "What In open kettle molasses Is becoming less, J t' great principle. We have ;j
FLORIDA. until In a short time old fashioned
TITUSVU.LE "It's pretty rough to be taken for a the devil are you doing In my room?" thousands of testimonials. Send for
(Dotanlc Blood Balm). It acts directlyon molasses will be a delicacy only used
sneak thief In one's own hotel and !I the negro sprang from his seat panic book on homo treatment, wonderful ;
the tables of the rich.
J. WEBB, the poison and humor in the blood, lost, my head completely. stricken and darting from the room, on cures to tho sick, etc., free.
F. "
'I'll slap Jawsr! I cried and! "Yo'a
your shouted or rather gasped out:
neutralizes and it makes
expels a permanent Something Like n Paee
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, made a pass at him but he Jumped dade, mister; yo'a dade! Deed, yo's '

Will practice In the Court of the 7th euro; and heals ,..every sore. B. back and rang/ the bell. Then he squared dade:I"The '' 'tic1J ''DRS STARKE & P tEN,

Circuit. Taxes paid'for non-residents B. B. goes to the root of the trouble off a la Jeffries. vlstor did not move; but. turningover

ind rents and accounts collected. and after all other' methods fail ''Come on,' he said, cool as you so he says went comfortably to 1112 Jirnnl St., I'lillu., Pn.
FKOBIDAT please. 'The police will be here In a sleep. Asking for an explanation of Ot 17 feb 000
TrrcsviLLE, Even such terrible blood diseases as minute, and you have no time to lose.' this strange Incident In the morning,

"I was Just about to sail In when !I X. told that-one of the regular
and chronic rheumatism was y
cancer, eating sores -
C. E.
0. FRIES, Tho Largest and Most Com-
i happened to notice for the first time 1 boarders of the hotel had suddenlydied th e }
1. COUNTY SURVEYOR. are cured by using B. B. B. lot of my toilet articles on the bureau. the evening before. After the ploto Establishment South. '

Blood Balm acts as :a fine tonic, bulldiii I glared; around, and there was all my body had been prepared for burial the '

Land legally surveyed and subdividedHapping ( the broken down constitution, stimulates lufisrage/ in the corner.. By Jove! I was porter was directed to watch beside It GEO. S. HACKER & SON

[ neatly done. Estimates for up in my own room after all! It was the until morning. The superstitious negro

ill kinds of engineering works. DIs- the appetite, increases the vital other fellow who had made the mis- went reluctantly'to his post and, mistaking aMANUFACTURERS i
puted lines a specialty.TITPSVILLE ity of the blood and gives a clear, take. the room, he set himself to 1 + Sa

Brevard smooth skin from blotches "The situation was so absurd that I watch Mr. X., who was peaceably rrf ..
Co. fred
FLORIDA. bumpsor roared with laughter/ and my late antagonIst dreaming.

pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For put down his hands and look

W. ,ALLEN, ed puzzled. I made a brief explanation Empre.. Kept Oat by Soldier.
sale by drug stores everywhere $1
In the German Is
pointed to the number ou the Discipline army

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, large bottle, C large bottles (full treat door, and he was the most chagrined very strict Not long ago the empress,

: toI I individual in 10 states. returning from a walk with a lady In
Kzr WEST, FLORIDA.Will ment) $;) Trial bottle sent free
"lIe really belonged across the hal waiting, was stopped at the park gate
practice in the United. States sufferers.7Wilie;: for a bottle and desci and had mistaken a figure 0 In the door by a sentry, 'who refused to let her

and State Courts. 9junf)5) the your troubles, nod we .will :give number for an & As he took his de- enter. ; 1

free medical advice. Address Blood parture he remarked that he was the In vain the lady represented she was "Oh. cabman, you should go very
DALPIIE. SMITH, M. D. biggest fool on the hemisphere and the empress. The soldier told her'he slowly while !passing a graveyard.
Balm Co., 140 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. "Graveyard? This ain't no gravy OF
said that he would like to engage a did not know her and could not let her

Medicine.sent'"all charges prcpald.DPIU good healthy mule to kick him around pass till he could get some one to IdenA [Iud: these are milestones."-West "
the parish for a few days.-New Orleans ,
Specialist; in Genito, Urinary and Rectal Times-Democrat. ;
tndWhtikey hiblti no lmpeator.FreddieThere's .
Diseases. cured at hnm" with a man out there Moulding & Building Material '
out lItHjIf
1'27 Forayth: Street. I".. tlculnra pain sent I FRcEt. par Enthralling Eye. % who says he has not had anything to

JACKSONVILLE, -, FLORIDA. uliice.OR 104. M North W\JOlUr Hnror co.8k A penny novelette Is never complete Ifl wt eat for two weeks. Office A Warerooms King, opposite r

without the heroine Inflicting grave Mrs. Cobwlggcr J he a tramp Cannon Street

r\R. C. II. PEETE torture on her eyes. In the course ot; .Freddie No, urn; he says he Is a

one "complete story" this Is what she / summer boarder.-New York World. Charleston, S. C. .

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT: The Wine Cop. did:
"She threw her eyes up to the celling A DUirracv to III* Sex Sash Weights Cord and ,s.
5G3 Cherry Street, Then she dropped them on the' floor. ,
... Waggs (tlnio, 2 a. m.)-Arc you goIng -
, MACON, GA. Again she raised" them and again she I to tell your wlfo all that happened Hardware. '. '
them. when you get, home?
"She made her eyes flash fire." Jaggs-Nopo, but I'm (lilc) gotn to
McL. DANCY D. D. L. A '
WM. "Iler burned." Window and Fancy Glass
eyes tell her IOHI! o' thlughs that (hlc) never
"Her eyes froze" happened 'tall.-Chicago News.
Graduate of Philadelphia College of "Her eyes glowered like burning A SPECIALTY.

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations coals" __ ."..._.... __ ,,;

promised. Hazeltlne Block, corner Bay "She cast her eyes to his chest, then Glorious News ,,,
and Laura dropped them to the fender" -1IA' Choke :1 ).
: "Ills crossed hers and Cornea from Dr. D. B. Carglle. of U'anli- Wir16Llquoni '
eyes greedily
devoured Ita, I. T, lie writes: "Four bottles of VQS' rll
them. ? ;
McCARREL, -, Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer and Cigars !sa ,
ROBERT But at last her "
. eyes had their revenge HER of scrofula
REFUSED TO UT PAHS. which had caused her great .
a u .
Y for we read, "Her Guaranteed Pure. .
. eyes betrayed tlty her This ,was ,eventually dona suffering for years. Terrible sores would .
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER; her."- -Bits. by another soldier, and,only then did l break out on her head and face, and the 1' Sold at reduced r t

Churches specialty. Steam stone works w. 1I the sentry allow bin sovereign's consortto best doctors could give no help but her I prices

A Good Scheme enter her own gates. cure is completo and her health Is excellent tI I lL; Imported ,
PBITCHARD STS., This shows what tlioumvnds
, Hicks-Funny thing happened to Wine
The man has since had a special mes- Tokay ,
CHARLESTON So. CA. Melville the other have pl'oved-that Electric Bitters I le the '
evening. lIe found sage from the emperor highly'upprovIng best blood purifier known. It's the su from Italy, a
, out when, he had pulled the door to his steady adherence to orders.
promo remedy for eczema, totter, salt
after coming through it that he had John B. Togni
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, rheum, ulcers, boil and running sores.
left hIs keys in the house. Beaten at III. Own dame. .
It stimulates liver .
and bowel
I kidneys Metropolitan Saloon, 12.) BUilt Bay St
ATTORNEY-AT I Wicks-And so he was forced to re- "A good, strong bluff at the proper expels poltiong, help digestion, builds
' -LAW, BMhlH out all night? That was too bad. time Is a very good thing, but it may up the strength.' Only 60 cents Sold JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

!Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, e ra.. r w** I nicks-Yes, but be bore up under It fall flat," said a well known travelingman by F, S. Chalice, druggist Guaranteed. Wholoiule mid Ketitll......

with fortitude. He thinks he will who Is at present visiting Wash.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "Now, young feller, w'y will you cry? tryIt
It again some other night-Boston ington. "It was at one of the best hotels
Do try to remember your name.
Transcript. in Kansas City a few days ago y
can't be so long ago since you woachristened.
A. M. MICHELSON, ." that one of the guests stepped Into the 1 1lj
Plenty of Then lobby to leave his umbrella and, not th&14 ,j

ATTORNEY and Ab.entminded.The Romantic Tourist-I suppose you desiring to go to his room, thought he / '.,

COUNSELLORATLAW.Criminal Professor (on his summer vacation have no Interesting old ruins In* this would try a scheme to prevent someone ,

Is where railway neighborhood? from walking off with It. 1 i,
, )-My dear,.this our
Law a Specialty. i Journey ends. We shall wheel the Villager-No ruins? Great Scott, mister 'Taking a slip of paper from his M I \; '

JACKSONVILLE, -' FLORIDA. rest of the way on a smooth turnpike.The I can show you more'n two dozen pocket, In huge black letters ho wrote 4 q1

Professor's Wife-I know It, but bulldlu'a in this county that used to be the following notice: 'Beware! Tho '

where is our tandem? I didn't see the creameries In the old days 'fore the man who owns this umbrella weighs

baggageman put It off the car trusts.-Chicago Tribune. over'250 pounds and can strike a ten ;; ; .
\, \ Sure ton blow. lie wUl be back In 15: minutes ,
", The Professor-The tandem? '
, i ,' i enough! I knew I had forgotten some At Fleet ....be. / ,
. ",, '(.. A big Yield of both- thing!-Chicago Tribune.. "Do you believe in love at first "It was not long thereafter that {Iii ti d
pr'.Ir.t and satisfaction .'Pt'. s4ghtT' she asked. some one was attracted by the sign r '4 I Ionic

'4J' w.11 result if you plant &1 Reflection on the Puttier. That'a the only way It's po*,.lble," and bo feared not the consequences of

''I p;. "See here, Molke," said an aged Irish answered the old bachelor. "Second the dire threat. Quickly taking the --

,::1 !DV\z eed5'J citizen to his grown son, "Of be afther sight would utterly destroy It"-Cbl- coveted umbrella he removed the paper -d; ; ; -: .
ti' m I ,, bearln this mornln that yez broke uptit' camp Post and, turning It over, wrote on the ifpv

J T I b meetln at th' ball las' nolght an car- back as follows: The man who took -' 1
y are always the be..t. \ I A the umbrella weighs less than 150
hand. Th1 nex'thing Mlitnk
i wiebuy accept .ublolli rMdd ried on with a high I
h non but t-errr'. be draggln per Hooter-I hear that the Columbia has pound, but can walk ten miles an
:; ,aU dealer*' Writ for / yes know yez'll The matron of a well known Mas Home mentions one inmate
j + thIroseed' Dt1UA1-rr" t Into yer're scrapesby .truck a rock.'Root4.'rNo. lour. lie In never coming back.; I
father's name
DMFERRYiCO..DetroltMlch.: 'iltiJ ould cantiin |people to say that yer"re a ; It's only a Sham-rock. "When tin' "big' fellow returned, ha>> seventy years of age, who has beera i in the infirmary for three years,
I Bbe'll sail around that all right read the reply! courteously, but he did
chip ofTen tb' ould block.-Ohlo State great sufferer from indigestion, a nd has been taking Ripans Tab.
: Washington Tost. not dt'sliv even to look for bin unknown -
Journal., I ', frleixl. The drinks were on ules about a year and a half and fi:nds them so beneficial that he is

Deaeried to De Kicked., Trouble Ahead him, and he did not murmur. He bad never without them. lie is willinga rt that his name should be used in
"Darlo\( la a fellow who has absolutely I been Ixaiten at hU own gamo."-Wash*
testimonial it be of in other
as might use persuading some person
1 no tact. I ngtoa Tost.
60 YEARS' "What has be1 done?" to try them. A second old gent leman; in the same institution,

EXPERIENCE:1D' "1 took him around to call on the lleflected Heat. has had 1 li iver trouble for and I
: of
other night and be sat "Was It hot In your town this summer eighty-four years age, many years

: there Frost and girls fanned the himself all evening ,' MUs Mkerr finds that R'l'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two

least a dozen times "Hot? I got freckles from the moon there of the other both suffer
and declared at nurses one thirty years: age, forty-two;
shining on me. -Chicago Record.
4 thut"he never knew Times-Herald.It to be so hot before. from Indigestion, causing headache:, depression of spirits and ncrv-

Chicago e
t'ty11id' TRADE MARKS On |b* Hoard ousness. They take the Tabules a:nd find them so useful that they
,. : .For a M .ter. "Jeems U a director lu the. theater"
.V DESIGNS Flbe in ckcts. The also states '
y/,in always ,have a package their pc> matron
* *I ?.'"*"rdtna0lekot, \ikaton
,I _" ,. ',I'l C'UtUDd...rnh.bl."''.patentabre..... i/andbookonP.tenta 0111".unll' of It and trained tbe bird to capture eats."-New York World. tion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that tad \,

'.->. ".*,..taYen*. ." throoirh out"ene cfajiraa* fur Munn wcurtn5puleuta., in tbd A Co; receive fish In summer and lay the them bird at is the taken master's to the feet river .f'-a- ,. --- Kinert Tr. linear. Tabules are very good indeed an lis perfectly willing to have her dl

to abound, "Wtof* the' be* bre.d.i 1I1I1<:kl"' ''' I dared U used in testimonial ,
a ,
Hpiific! where lisp are known name
Jlm rltan.'G' and set at'liberty, .It poises high In tbe "Dat'i All right, kid, lilt Out edA'U To'I"urou.d Semis, .1.! ., rtnifhlwir rrplltd 'WiMTCP....._el....... W,........ ..u. l.,ea I
.. ''''fe'',IlloetntM weehl 1,. r...,..., rtr- and. suddenly dropping, grasps Its I come when yousa knows de ,"Wfll. ...h, whIM' MM !',. iMrnml, ll lhInt ur ...._"IW. -....... .. !' ........- e .12

: /: montpll."1ef'UGo***Hirn>by all'. "Termi....11..1.$3...a. air victim and I promptly delivers the fish Gangs| of unrequited love."-New York 'louad.But ma1 c"C"a =.1 M. ==-ta..hw e..,:___.. tee'
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: ... INDIAN R1VKK 1

' t -H-- INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE fA.WKKLT populated.PonTo Rico It in I has sold only to one-tweH be densely Indian River Real Estate Age CJ

the of Cuba with an average RAKING
area ,
Or TEE IKDtAS RIVER, LABI of over 200 people to the square' I O,4L TITTJSYILLE, .


tents, and it is said that at Jeast sell and
would do well If you have property to want it advertised lipaper I .
n tL
rF,; EVERY PKIDAY. 500,000 are illiterate. Nine-tent ABSOLUTELY'PURE free of cyst to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at 0 nce :

of the island ,is mountainous, 'and this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public

;: .CHARLES 1[. W ALTOS, Editor & I'Nl'rletor. the rainfall the eastern portion Makes the food more delicious and wholesome U3T- Many sales will\ probably be made this winter by this Agency. \\vb,1 110

averages 120 inches a year, Even loyal eyMd errs we 00. MM" 'lOlI" yours.
Discontinuance of advu. must be made ]per. on the south side, which is considered ) '" PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre 2.00 to 1000.
tonally at this office or by writing. VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acie.
,, the "dry" region, the ORANGE and mile\ river front; one mile north of
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CnABLEI is excessive, and the ground be- THE HOG QUESTION. BREVARD'S CIRCUIT COURT Beautiful tract,for 120 oranges acres, pineapples and vegetables. Price $1,000. Ea

r p; H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. comes saturated with moisture to nailfirstlass ORANGE; GROVE, 14 acre; 50 miles south of Titu v1JJe. Will pay 81,00Pear th:

J Address all communications to such an extent that, as a writer BnEVABD COUNTY, Nov. 28, 189fi. Circuit Court convened on Monday : and $ $7,000.
well informed on the subject sa'A, morning, lIon. Minor S. Jones presidingwith ; MM C-rfLANDS/near THusville, from t5 to $25 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, "in order the hoofs of Editor Indian River Advocate t States Attorney,J. Degas in attendance One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2* !miles west of Titnsville, good t
TmmviLLB. FLORID, to prevent of Price $-wO.OO.
t ", I sympathize with "Anti-Hog. vegetables and oranges. ,
excessive! pineapples,
horses from rotting from Sebastian\ and all others so unfurtunat There were two applications on the

, t U. 8. Department of Agriculture moisture it is necessary to bullr1 as to have secured as settlers any of thes motion docket for admission to the bar:
I I platforms for them to stand upon" "two-legged; hogs," while our laws glv; James Andrews, of Tibbals, who wai
t f.: Weather Jliircau-Jupiter, I'ln. Florida is still the best place to no protection to tho poor man agalns recommended by F. J. Webb and Jaruei Je.sa :s. :Sours
'" the ravages of the razor-back. I not T. Sanders; and A. D.'Penney, examinedby ,
', The following is comparative Atate.t live in. that ),e says the truckers did not mon Geo. M. Robbius and M. Goldsmith. ,

ment of temperature and rainfall fort t thet" than pay expenses last winter, and I The applicants having passed a satisfactory Feed P1our
t : week ending Tuesday, Nov. :28, 1800.lb REPRESENTATIVE Richardson, will in the vicinity of Sebastiai admitted to
never practice.
r- 1808-
9{ -
DATE. MAX.- MIN. MAX. MIN. Tennessee, is the first one of four under existing conditions, even if al The following cases came before the GRITS, MEA.L AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN

'k.;, 22 70 70 78 1 au candidates for the democratic not the hogs were Immediately transported< Court 5State FRESH ALL THE TIME.
: 23 84 69; 70 I 66 ination for Speaker of the how, to Cuba. He virtually claims that tin of Florida vs. Geo. F. Metcalf SEED
CO 1 62 cattle men are doing a legitimate bus!- This was a criminal suit against; Metcallfor
I 21 80: Go which carries with it the democra Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man
25 81 73 "78 I GO ness, but the man whpowns 1razor.-back embezzling $102.15, the property of( Agent for Gray
; 26 78 f.O \' 70 I 6!) 10 floor leadership during the fifty-; on the range is a two-legged; hog. This the Singer Sewing: Machine Co. It ap for Wilbur's\ Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forquotat
27 77 01 !70 I GO sixth Congress, to reach Washin], may be his\ bonest opinion, but venture pears by the evidence that the defendant >east. Agent

: 28 78 62 72 I 00 ton and open headquarters. Mr. the assertion! that no intelligent cattleman was employed as agent for the above lowest cash prices.
can be caught with that old trick of: for Brevard County, and was
_', Total rainfall for the week: TrAce.< Richardson says he has receive company street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
division, and then the destruction of all to receive a percentage from sales. The Office: 124 W. Bay
.: Departure from normal rainfall for i the more pledges of support than any in detail. lIe Infers that the Count company furnished defendant with a sailboat

, week: minus 0,71 inches. Departs other of the three candidates, and Judge Is unjust for making desperado and sent him a man to help sail it,
r \',,; from normal rainfall since January 1, expresses great confidence in hsuccess. squeal, when be-the desperado-hat the defendant to keep the boat in workIng N. WELSHANS
Ui !t plus 4.25; inches. have knowingly violated the law in destroying order and to pay the man's wages CHAS.
( HAL. P. HAIIDIN, Observer Still, we seen men
It : the property of his neighbor.lie out of his commission. As the sales
" I' in Brevard who had extreir .
I ---- -- comity the one-time deplorable condition small not
I' I; cites were, few, his commission was ,
'ef, IT Is very uratlfyingwhen adv( confidence in their success, hut of Titusvillle\ but did not stale enough to pay expenses; he therefore
| Users write and tell us Unit !hplr failed:: to reachthe summit of their that Titusvllle\ Is now not a "hog wallow took $73.37 of the company's money to CEMENT BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASH
; hut :i clean, pleasant town, help Defendantexplalned ,
urnbi overconfidentand pay expenses.
.. ad. In the ADVOCATE has been the ion through and
from even those two-legged hogs; the reason for taking the money of the
'1-... mentis of doing them much good. other causes. Some are pr< that this change: all came about under company. States 4ttorney Beggs/ and Agent:( for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

.... We will esteem it H favor if I hos(> dicting.their will be a deadlock i In our present sadly defective fence law Geo. M. Robbblns appeared for the State,

, who write 'to our advertisers. will the caucus, and that the friends call lie Intimates! that Ibid razoi-hack evil la and W I. Metcalf, of West Palm Beach, JSP" Write for Samples and Prices.
'J.- partly clue to our failure to send theright defended Metcalf. The jury not being:
I will
the candidates. compromise
'j{, state that they saw .their ud, in thef man to the last Legislature (See?). able to agree, after being out three hours, }iv 13 Hogan Stree
pink paper. c1vertlslng fA to bus- by nominating Mr. Bailey. Tim lie again/ says: -'In there anything left he Judge ordered them to be locked upip Old Phone 8.

, .f mess what steam Is'to machinery-; will tell. jut to pass no-fence law ?" Imme- all night Spending the night in the'ourt JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA.

the grand; propelling power," AI lately nfier: this, however, he offers a room in charge of the sheriff did
:ompromise, as follows : "Just elect to help them. On the Court
d"# live business than is a live ndvctiser. ; QUEENSLAND, Australia, is Inaugurating not seem
hd; right man as our next Representa- being opened at 9 o'clock the following
, 1. a new departure in the ive, and he will\ see that hogs are leitilcted rooming, the Judge ordered the sheriffo

t fruit trade, for it is claimed that to one and one-half miles of the ; bring in the jury, who stated that eMurray & Baker
'It't' take the iver." not they were then
have dried bananas can easily hey could agree; ,
. It WHAT we of raisins in Christmas Mr. Editor, I favor raising; hogs In this lischarged. ,The defendant will have to
' been blessed with for some weeks! place put more.than expenses
f; ounty; ; It ceitainly pays appear at the Spring term.
past-the brilliant sunshine, balmy dings. An enterprising firm in the even if not convenient to Anti Handy Jones pleaded guilty\ to assault 410, 412, 414, 416, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

", air and ocean'breezes gently wafts above British colony has sent to [[lug's potato patch. 'I claim that on the with intent to kill Sheriff Jos. P. Brown.
$:; ; the Australian Agent-General's office whole, those engaged in hog raising, are 1Ie pleaded not guilty to' burglary InEau Headquarters for-
;1.;,:: across Indian River, making very of net as good citizens as we have. I posItIvely : Gallic. His Honor appointed F. J.
in London
t }'. delightful for our winter visitor a consignment assort, and can prove It If neceslary Webb and James Andrews to defend the Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
sal dried bananas, with the object of majority those engaged sentenced to Wagon
\. Then there is the swimming, that a large prisoner, who was twenty'ears ,
opening a market for them iEngland. II Inl In use every reasou- ,
'. ing, rowing, shooting fishing, and up raising bogs imprisonment,'
f I The shipper of the bananas able means to prevent their stock from Gadsden Bryan vs Clifton adminlstra- and Sundries.KELLY" .
% Ijo bicycling ; the tri-weekly perforn that the respasslng; but to protect "Anti-Hog" ors, Volusiacounty,arguing demurer to .
as soon as pub-
C< ances of the Indian Iliver'Baniand Pays and all others from those two-legged robs bill. The Judge sustained the de- TfRES wheel
rt lie have tested for themselves the SOLID RUBBER put,on you
half mile
,W:: other .amusements that adconsiderably logs, I favor his one and a re- nurer.
r to the pleasure of agreeable flavor which dried banan itrictlon, provided, he or someone else Reynolds and Hale vs The Town of at short notice.
within fA give to puddings, there is sure to sill\ put It In practical shape, without Vest Palm Beach; suit for damages.
r the guest our gates. be a big demand for them, Wha serIous injury to either side. The late After hearing/ the evidence on both sides
leceased hill with Its imaginary line, he Judge took the matter under advlsonent. -
a" CoNdREfefl meets thle month I In ;think our Florida banana grower (ally deserved the fate it received, I HAMMOND PACKING CO.
of this new industry ? herefoie suggest that we elect a Repre- Sanford Water Work vs The City of '
Washington, and we look forwarto entative next year, who work for theme >anford. The Judge continued this (Formerly The G. Hammond Co.)
considerable work being don and a half mile restriction, by having matter.
I by Florida's excellent delegationTalioferro l YESTERDAY was Thanksgiving onstructed a good cattle and hog-proof, Geo. C. Kheel vs W. A. Goodrich and OUR) SPECIALTIES :

Mallory, Davis and )ay. It was the day set apart by; enco, at the expense of the county, hIs wife Periky Goodrich. This was a "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bate
1 President McKinley for a genera.hanksgiving mdnr regulations similar to'those' now lotion before his Honor to vacate a decree -
Sparkman. This is a fine quai to the Creator for ihi overning; our effective and economical of foreclosure. Sale stayed and desndant "Coin Special" canned meats.
tette, and we question if Florid road work. Some unthinking (and probably allowed file Bill of Review. '"Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
w has sent a better one to the cnplto good; and ill of our moral existence unjust) persons will\ naturally oppose Zapp Jackson,chancery suit; argued '

Still 'while they are using their;' The[ usual method of showing our this plan, just as many now do aud taken under advisement. leaf lard.
*,, appreciation of the fact that W4 sluing' as a business, expenditures for The Judge also decided a, number of Homemade lard.
Utmost endeavors to obtain "plums good roads, etc., because it does not put ther cases by ordering final decrees and pure
; for certain places in our stall, are living was observed by enjoyng dollar directly Into their own pockets Interlocutory orders. "Peerless" compound lard, sausages

they should not forget the fact a fine turkey dinner at the In I am satisfied, however, that this class IsIn The Court then adjourned.A and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lian'River hotel. The excitement a safe minority. .
is still the
that Indian River on
great but In conclusion, I ask that we hear from .. '
In town'was, not very ; we<
1 r J map, notwithstanding freezes, another band concert lioso at Sebastian, Melbourne, Eau Gale Big Crowd In Town.
mad bicycle races, a ,
t serous drawbacks. \ LaGrange and other places who have SANITttJMDER.
i and a dance in the evening.The bad some experience,and especially from
I '. bank, postofllce and ADVOCATE tbe conservative men everywhere in the Titusvllle\ has been all alive this ....
/ THE ten army chaplains lutel who not willing to lend their wcek with visitors. There were over
; ofilce closed part of the day, county, are
'I L designated for service in the lhllJpines ] closed the aId in doing an injustice to any one, bee sIxty guests at the Indian River hotel, Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
I vhlle the stores during < and all our boarding houses were full to
; : "all with one consent begin ifternoon. The weather was delightfully Anti-Hog or Razor-Back.J. E. FULTZ. rerflowing. % The Indian River Band Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos

11, f, to make excuse," like the men Ithe i In perfect. gave a few band performances and the eta and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
: parable who were bidden to the ethodist[ church gave an ice-cream
icial. Our stores did rushing busi- descriptions re-tinned.
These chaplains are -One of the anti-germ water filters
j i great supper. Aiv and the ADVOCATIC usn.il, added
You can always purchase nOllll,
t said to be rather shy of goin can bo seen winking): txt the ADVOCATE llulte a few new subscribers to its list.

I. where.there Is war, with its risk LOCATE at our drug stores for list f1 nice. See: ad. on 1th page. 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida,
The icnts Do not dertroy it after you ,
, "" of bullets and disease. Springfield -
I hare read it but enclose it in ar
; ,f: Republican says that the mos that, has been and AND SUPPLY COMPANY
envelope opened, SOUTHERN FUEL
startling case of all is that announced 'f11J
; .,;" several days ago in which put a one-cent stamp on it, Then FOR) STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
.. orward it to friend lu the North
when ho found he a ,,
. the chaplain .
must remembered that he wa! 1 Cast or West. They will appreciite Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement Halls
. f'l go this remembrance as highly as Benedict Pollak & Co Wholesale
: :' three years older than he appeared :'# ,
"i long letter. Do not clip pieces
had thu
record and
be the
to on *. ScrCloth.
the out of the ADVOCATE, but send your and Sidewalk Brick Mosquito Netting\ made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and
Just retiring age. Vitrified Paving .. ,, all nubers
I in
i .. riend the whole paper. It only Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton, paidrespondence.
r 'j costs five cent8vand It does not looko 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention dealt\'
: : ; WE frequently receiving letters Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to
; are Telephone No. 202.}
from northern residents, asking mean as clipping items out of aaper. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonvl11eIl<'lorl a. rporatious and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers In our linohave

in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
General Manager
us to republish the new gum J. K. MUNNERLYN,

law Florida's Legislature frame BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
UNEASY sits the seat that wears
i 'i 'and enacted. This we cannot do, he aldermanic chair, for they get ESTABUSIIED 1875. 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA
UB it costs this olllco more money; ==-
much more abuse than thcj de-
,, thane feel like paying out. But erve. \JVrc. .P.Le. ::SO-craS: d L CO. .
that llrevan
we might suggests
.0. L. KEEN.E.
County Commissioners have the .. ..
y; game law printed in circular form, _GRAIN, Notion

"*> and place them in the hands of The following announcement was reel 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Dress[ Goods Trimmings Millinery,
Iewspaper proprietors and postmasters ved at this office on Wednesday:

for gratuitous distribution Editor Indian River Advocate. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay, Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
Mr. and Mrs Frank Robertson request dark .wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
NEXT year is the big presidential the honor of your presence at the marri- Star:Brand Fertilisers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable; Fertilizer.Pure Ground Prompt attention ,paid to all orders.is .
election, when the long-eutferin; Rite of their daughter, Lillian, to Mr none Nitrate Soda Muriate of lDUih Sulphate |*ntaah, Kalnlt eto. These fertilisers. have no
In the market,and a trial will convince. Send fur Catalogue free. the lat'
John Mahard Ferguson, Tuesday evenig ulterior All
will be called upon to( I one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville.\
newspapers Dec. 12th, 1SDU, at eight o'clock, at
help candidates to get into olllc lotel Carleton, Melbourne, }<'II\. Ueoepion. : Patterns and Style.

Is it not about time that some of At home after January 1st, at ESTABLISHED 1870. 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FL!.
our hard.worked, and badly-paii 73.-J:& Q street, N. W., Washington, D.C." I
The ADVOCATE wishes the happy cou-
editors put themselves up as can )le every joy and prosperity In advance. -

didates, so that they may get i iv a M. Lane & Son

little of the political spoils Wi Two; New "ere m k.toll" : Li? WATCHES CLOCKS
are under the impression that tb< ,

newspaper fraternity should be bet, Rev A. I). Penney-, of Tltusvllle, camep 252: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. Diamond
ter represented in the House and for examination in open Court Mon. a Jewelry

Senate than it is at present. Ii day, before Judge M S. Jones, anj provo e e e ,

r unity'ls strength, and our J'loridapapers ed to the Court that he was fully capa Southern Fruit and Produce Air: Souvenir, Wedding Rings and PreyS
of Ulackitoue
ble of becoming n follower eto.
[?";! should all pull together foi Mr. Jas. Andiows, of Tibbals, camep ( 9''' .w t Waltham Watches,

their own good. There is too muclcutting I to town, Sunday, and the following 4 & Y

and slashing of advertising" day he was examined In open Court, bent Morchar.ts. FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY REPS
rates ; but a long pull, a strong ( ) Judge Jones, and was admitted tothe OOrcl.rcl.1ss1oc.:: :: : tslLVERW SPECIALTY.
,,. pull and a pull altogether would This Dar makes two more practicing solid- PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils, Cards, and our quotations furnished+ct on pectacles and R J. RIL2r
Boon alter the present status of th t ton for Drovard county. We wish them Eyeglaasea Charge paid one'way. ><
,. poor newspaper proprietors. evorl success application. 225 W, Bay St., jACKS05Vltt i t



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Aferwln And Charles Mast, ot II. J. Magrucler( of Oak mil, spent i a >zuFERTILIZERSz

,\J1 w ere pleasant callers In this few days here with his parents last H Hi :

S'st sun d ay. week.

J. M. Andrews, who bas been At the gun shoot last Filday- the med- -

apt river( on a trip on his yacht, rtjjf al vas won by T. O. Ronald, who made I

D Monday trip.afternoon, and reportspleasant a a score of 23. SPECIAL PRICES= 1mT

C. E. Cook has gone on an extended
> Saunders and two sons, oWerce camping trip down in the
George vicinity of <:) : '
; who have been spending set Jane Green Swamp.
with her sister,''Mrs. John Mil i '
boys home on Monday. Horace Shares arrived on Saturday .
to Gro"W'"ers.
,N from New Haven. He seems glad to be< ..Pineapple ct o' ,
bd(eacon B. F. Drown will hold. back on Indian River once more. .
St. Paul's Episcopal churchfleet : '"

it Sunday morning at 1030. Choir here Lee, recently and Green, on Coats their passed to through Fort .4.1.1. rauncL 1'ortilircorr: : ,:,
at 3 way
tang every Thursday Pierce, where they will truck during this I-l Price $26.00. mr-:; Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to : '

lock apples very; LaGrange.A.winter. They. drove all the way from i iI GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. :

!'i e New'Yorknmarket

rlees in W J. Canova left ; Moisture....,........;................................................... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED DONE, RAW BONE, :
destaod(1 that Messrs. McComb & Co., Sunday, In the Ammonia........... ...... ... ........................... .... ................... B to 6
city, Are selling Red Spanish for for Palm Beach, where ho will [E-I i Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia...................i..............it............. 20 to 28 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
that spend the winter, his family down B to 8 '.
crate of 24, which .Is a very; going t.o ........ .I
i to 13
,50 per by train. Canova Equal DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
: Capt. expects to havea I'otashK2O ...,. ...................................:......... 6 to eLpnedPo ,
price. fleet of 33 boats in his charge this sea Equal to tash:......!............ .............................. 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS '
s Andrews boarded rtTit north i Magnesia ......,..........,.................................... 60 to 80 ,
1 nod' train last Sunday f evllle\ son.The E-I TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, L :
to attend Circuit Court, many friends!! of Miss Genevieve rrWrite for Special Pamphlet.
here he went examined with the Inten- Barnes will bo glad to know that she will I COTTON SEED IIULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.i y

d.180 practicing to be law at the TitusvilL again spend the winter here with her 83T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 "4
n of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Shares.
Andrews' many friends wlslSuccess She H prices. -
Mr in his undertaking. expects to be down about the first of ,
i ,

b. E. Peabody, sailed for Eau Sallie January. 1 1i i Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers.' Send for P1 4

t Monday morning on his elegant
Waif, which he expects to Georgiana. hi Pamphlet.

ate dry-dock to give her a fresh r.. .
it of copper paint. J. T. Waters salted : JII'
r the same point Monday afternoon 01 Mr. Frey was over from Bonaventure'
it yacht Irene, which be expects tQLIce < calling on Mrs. Owens and daughters,
on dry-dock and treat to a thor- Thursday evening Tacl sori.ville, Florida.: :1-

overhulirg/ preparatory to the
gh Rising season down the coast. Fred Munson and J. W. Bruner went -
to Cocoa in Mr. Munson's sail boat, Mon.

Last Saturday afternoon a lawn party; day, on important business. Melbourne. Eau Gallie. Cocoa. Bovine. ,1
lad ice cream dinner was given at the
undsome residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Holmes was down Saturday night ':1

ijnnlDgs( of Ankona, In honor of theiro to see Mrs.ill Flora Wittfeld who is still : _. The schooner Olivette, Is on Gleason's Mrs. S. F. Travis Is having tussle] W. 11. Hollowny Is busy gathering 4!

Master Lane, to which the following seriously at her mother's.County GOODE & flOODE.-Kfiixl Estate and Loans. ways, being overhauled. with la grip. market hogs to ship. l'

id)and lassies, of this place had the Surveyor J. O. Frieswas In Aeontfor JKtna, London and Liverpool and i ,
The Episcopal Sunday school will eel- B. J. Stewart -
and J. Snoll
T. went
: Misses Jennie Globe and. Imperial Fire Inmirnnre. Special Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pomeroy are cnjoj
of attending
jncie!leasu>e and Bessie Andrews, Elva and, our road section matters on and Thursday other things., looking' over dents.attention paid to the Interests of non rcsl ing a visit from the former's mother. ebrato with Christmas tree. to 'fltnllvll the first of the week to attend .1\C

and Masters and The ladles of St. Marks Guild will Circuit Court tIt :
iadge maters Reginald Capt. A. W. Bole, traveling freight: !
Sussell Waters. They were all delighted Mrs. Taylor was up in the north end of agent' of the F. E. C. R'way, was In ton open baznar about the middle of month. From! like old times to hear the sawmill .i.
town one day I last< week visiting Mesdames Subscijptiona; for the AnVocATE, whistle. ..
illhlheirtiip. Brunet, Hughes and Bruuer. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Wednesday morning, for short while. Dr. L. T. Daniel Is expected to return at 1'lnelllRtI1t1on.They are. cutting fine lumber ,t .

Mrs. E. B. Veronee daughters: and received at the Melbourne PostofFlco. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wayt and family, soon from his down-eiver l)1'oroslllolIlLltrip. )! .' I
a, Sam, left this place on Monday las Capt. Buio was In town, Thursday,, was passengers on Tuesday's train, from Prof. J. II Snrns Wnll hero one dny last
orSt.Augustine, where they go to spends looking; over the prospect) of the coming Miami to their at Pin- week Inspecting tho Bovine school. He- '
returning place L. W. Andrews, of Gioenboro, N. C,,
bean which promises well. Messrs Kehoo & Phillips, of Wanhegan, I IIll.
crop, very
and in
winter with Mr. Veronee son, very much pleased with our teacher. !
Is his brother R. N. Andrews
visiting .
have rented the Spaldingcotta2e. I ,
who engaged in business In eda.Mr.
Vill, are Fred Allen took the measles shortly
\ and family Fred Houston James Henderson and I
and Mrs. J. T. Snell and family ,
place. Mr. Veronee has a very fine< after coming; from Daytona; but no one Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was ; Craig Hopkins have to the BluoCyprian ;
pineapple plantation here, and will probably has yet taken them from him, still there visiting friends here last Sunday and spent Saturday at Tropic, where Mi R.v. Smith, of Rocklodire, pronchod avery hunting gone be
return in the spring to market his is plenty of time. Monday. Snell is busily engaged in shipping his able sermon at the Methodist church until Chilotmns.They expect

irop. The many friends of Mr. Veronee'sfamily oranges. last Sunday night. gone
W. B. Hainlin was up from Melbournelast Miss Jessie Goode left here, Thursday, Miss( Jessie !
here regret: very much to have Thanksgiving day was generally obser- In Mo lllInn's birth-day party
A drop on Tuesday
her temperature ,
week and ferried his mule well for So.ibicezo and Daytona to
them leave us even for so short a time, ved, the post-ofilce being closed part of and a fine drizzly rain combined to make was n big success, quite n number doing
lid they take with them the best wishes known as "Old Harry" across the river, friends the day, and the school and stores ob- disagreeable day. Jn attendance, John Houston played

of all. and with a wagon bought on that. side Mr. Silsby, of Falrmoiint, Ohio, and serving the_ holiday. the violin for an old time Indian River .
JAKE.Do drove down home, Thursday Mr. Loupjliron of Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived The roads about town are getting In dance '
; H. D. Hunt, foreman at Dupont and bettor condition, now that tho shell I 18
Miss Hattie Bower celebrated her four- here Tuesday. rentedone Mr. Rangrly of Virginia has the mail
Middleton's mill, at }Pineda has being ground down. ,
teenth birthday on the 18th of Novem- Gleason and Mr. Mitchell, contract from Bovine to Savage/ twlco a
you filter your drinking waterIf ? Capt. G. G. of the Harrison houses on Highland$ ;
\ ber, by giving a nice little dinner partyto from Hotel Granada, Eau Gallie were in avenue. His family will arrive here this Archdeacon B. F, Brown and Rev week-ten miles horseback, two miles

,- you are in search of bargains, Misses Fleda and Belle Blackman,, town the other day. week. Martin came down last TuelldI1Yl\Ctor. by row boat nnd four miles afoot and y
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully and Master Chas. Werning. Miss Hattie noon from Titusvillo. back In twelve bouts ,
: received quite a number of very pretty Allen Campbell has been very ill late- W. F. Boswell who has been visiting
and valuable presents. ly, bat we were glad to ace his pleasantface his sister, Mrs. W. S. Nesbltt, returnedto Dr. Staley, who spent last winter here, R. B. Stewart Is shipping tomatoes
Jensen. on the streets to-day. his Canadian homo, last Saturday, occupying the Scolleld cottage, arrived< from his Bovine place. Mr. Locke is
Fred Munson, wife and daughter; Mrs. much pleased with hU short sojourn In on Tuesday afternoon's train. also shipping tomatoes. We are In great

Plum, daughter and child, came, last Mrs. C. P. Spangler, and daughter, of Florida. Mrs. D. W. Jerome came from need of station at Rabin, which Is only

G. E. Coon took over quite a largeparty Friday, and are occupying the cosy cot- Philadelphia, are the guests of Mr. and and remained up three miles from' Bovine, while Eau
John Goode, this' season. Mis Mrs. P. A. McMillan of visit. Brantley on Thursday until -
to the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club tage of Mrs. Taylor's. "Grandma .Munson" Mrs. Banyan, Gallic Is eight\
on Is aunt of Dr. T. Howard ed relatives here last Friday returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome are
came with the party as far as Day- Spangler an _
in his launch. I ,
Saturday weeks their
for few
tona, where she stopped for a few days''' Knight. ,. by steamer, Saturday, accompanied by; stopping a on grove

ft. S. Nelson, representing the whole- visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Al- Mr. and Mrs. Dillon, and son Ralph, Miss Jessie McMillan, Bovlno's talented at that of their place, superintending tho shipping 1'1 nP>ltcr'H Sale.

(alehouse of C. B. Rogers & Co., was in len, whose little daughter Ruth will of Plainfield, Ind., are lato arrivals In schoolmarm. oranges. -

town this week; also W. H. G. Scott, come home with "Grandma" when she town, and we arc pleased to learn they Messrs. W. B. Dorton, J. E. Is!. Hodg: The children of the M. E. Sunday AND HV VIRTUE OF A DECREE
representing the Cudahy Packing Co., comes. Their many fiiends extend to all New school are preparing a program for of foreclosure and, milo entered In olio CirCUIt -
have rented the Phillips cottage, on Ernest Taylor Albert Mathers
son, Court for Ilievurd In
and .1. L. LeFils of Benedict- Pollak &S SCo. be County
and there will
welcome exercises
the party a most hearty hoping Christmas a
Haven avenue. boabran: Joucs, loft hero, for the county a certain cauno therein dnponillnir., whoreln
that those who are not feeling well will seat Monday morning to servo as Circuit Christmas Lieu on Monday night, Deo Helen Watton.et al., are complaint and William -
soon be enjoying perfect health.Banyan. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Powell Frank Powell 25th, and everyone Is Invited to tiRe, I It 11,11.niimsun,et al.,are ditlamlantu, I will
Dr. C. P. Platt of Fort Pierce is makIng court Jurors.An .
the Misses Maude and Ethel Powell to distribute gifts to their friends. It Is sell at pulillo auction to the lilulient and boatbidder "

various pilgrimages to our section, and Miss Burr, arrived here, Monday old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner: to bo a public tree, and It Is hoped that for cash, on the
bribe of 'examlnlngcandidates) all FIRST !MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D, HMM)),
purpose '
from Chicago; glad to have them was served at Hotel Granada, many oour all\ will avail themselves of the privilege '
for insurance InC the Gerraanla Life In- In front of the Court House Door In Tltusville, ,
home once more. townspeople! being guests. The now and In the pleasures.The .
inrance Co. of which S. D. Iiepiebentatlve participate during the liwal/ house at vale the following
Geiger Ormond this lessee and manager, Dr. Welles., was voted donrrilxxl real estate situated In Drevard County -
in this_section. The following party go to host. Indies of tho Indian River Avllah Klurldn<< to-wlti
I A boat load of Tarheel boys arrived week, to attend the C. E. convention : a capital celebrated tho fourth its All or the N 10 { of Bcotlon 20-Townihlp 27,
A. M. Browne!!,, of Massachusetts! Saturday night. The Missio Jennie Luppert and Annie E. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Wlngato, left here, South Hunir 37 Kane, nxopptlnir 8.>&1 pure, now
tbo is stopping' at the Al Fresco hotel, organization on the 23rd ult., and a most ownnd by Wm.Treiitler In the Northmmt corner
has> armed himself with a fishing pole< There\ are only nine bids on mail con- Goode, Mrs. E. P. Branch, Clarence Butler Saturday morning, to drive to Tltusville, enjoyable occasion it proved to. Theli of null<<) tract dunurllKid In limxl Hook "V" at ;
and lialph Jlower.L. having sent their household goods abend and page Z7J. ll.L UAULDKN,
Sod intends to start a fish business of his tracts from this office. headquarters, its library reading tsl'eohlll'laltor.l'fn"tcr'H .
homo either in
will make their Day-
ow n. Mr. Brownell has been here for C. Moore, of Roseland, was tin They room wait brilliant with choice cut flow-
Msome weeks, having come on account W. O. Frink and the Misses Frank andJ. guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, last tona or Valdosta, Ga. era and fine\ ladies. Mrs. B. W. Jeromedid

of f his health, and finds that he has improved E. Bryan, of Coquina, were in Banyanlast Sunday He brought them up a fine Mrs. S. A. Smith and son Frank returned the honors of the occasion and received Sale.UJJDKIl .

so much that he thinks of taking week. large turkey for their Thanksgiving din- Tuesday, from a week's visit to tho guests, as became the president -

out a life interest here, which he believesill Mr. and Mrs. A. N Mathers and Arclile ner; he says ho has about fifty more just! Mrs. Smith's place, at Tropic Mr of the organization; and Mrs. Booth, AND ny VIRTUE OF A DECREE

be longer than anywhere else.' Campbell, of Tropic, were' visiting in like that one. :Smith:; expects to return to Boston, Mass Mrs. Wilson and Miss Weinberg saw '/ and mile entered In the Clr-
unit Court for Ilrevard Co. Kin.,In a certain
ail served with delicious
Banyan, Sunday. left here last this week -his business preventing a guests were cause: therein dniiendlnir. wherein John L. Hturk.
We James T. Hojjg ,
are bogining to move tQ the front Mayor lemonade and cake, while Mrs Patterson
longer stay In Florida. U tho complainant, amlW. H. II. lowly but surely. Together with our We learn that our public road will\ Sunday! for Jacksonville, where he loss and MIH. TrnlTord were the, "powcri are tho defendant. I will tell at public auctionto
lunches, teams and' the prospects of run on the Banana river far enough a position in the Internal Revenue oftice Bralnbildge Rlclmrdson, who Is now behind I limo throne," and kept tho refreshments the hlnlii'nt and hOlt bidder for cash, durlnff!
getting our shell road complete between south to get clear of all low ground Mrs Hogg and the two little girls fol- located in Jacksonville, In tho real estate in fine order, ami there was the legal hour of gale,on the

Jensen and Eden, we can present some school Ban- lowed on Thursday, We very much regret and Insurance business, was here, Tuesday no hitch In the perfect arrangement FIRST !MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. P. I'M\
attractions to settlers aside Ray Otwell attending to see this. family leave, as this looking after his household olTecU/ who In front of tho Court Hoimu door, Tltimvllle
prospective and utilizing his spare time oh his There woe some seventy guests Florida, the following described real estate,
from the fact of being able to make yan also the boys at Bovine aro has been their home for many years, and for removal to Jacksonville, Mr. and! responded to the one hundred cards. sent iltuated In Hrevard County, Florida, to-wlti
money.' Most people who come here truck faun; killing deer and tur they leave behind host of relatives and Mrs. Richardson: had'expucteJ to reside out, and everyone expressed their pleasure ConinienoInK at a post on the Mertlon line betwiten -
having great sport Hiwtloim H and 0inTownship :/7, South
&:8lrln<> to settle come from whore thereare frle'ntlil.Lalit. here thi* winter. and best wishes for Its future sue- Itanue 37 Kant 3 M olialnn south of the quarter

good roads and every facility for keys. Friday evening the Literary Society cuss. The ladles are justly'proud of section poit) from thencn run North Wo( Knit:
letting around comfortably, and the J.II. Sams does not let the river mar and a number of friends" were entertained Little Brown Jug Water Filters $1.25and : their achievements, and well they maybe 4.24 chains, thence North ISO West DO llnkl
North and 30 seconds, Kant:
wence of these things make a. very bad any of his pleasure; he puts Banner and at the pleasant home of Mr. $:l.tjU Claude Walton, agent." to find themselves at tho end of four thence 13. O(:haln to 74 Indian deptrtei River, thence southerly

impression on them, so much BO that buggy! over the river, drives to Kocklodge and Mrs. L. D. Lockwood. The follow. years. In possession'of I a fine library of alonic the river to the NorUeiwt corner of land
they' go where they can Be had. Because and Bovine, brings them back, and goesto Ing was well rendered: Plane nearly one thousand volumes of choice now, or formerly owned by Mn llennle Hnoll
program If want good results will thence South Ti and. 80 seconds, West
have all in the same week. you
lived in the woods so long, Is no Courteuay Mattle Brown Song Miss Lil- literature, besides magazines and other ;
solo, Miss ; find the ADVOOATK an excellent adver- 13.00 chain, thence North 2H Q, Went 70 HUM\ 1
reason why we should continue to.do so, Messrs. DuPont and Mlddlcton, who lian Robertson; address, Rev. E. W. Butler medium. peilodlcals, and a pluasantreading room, thence Boutli W Q, West 3.>&1 chain to the "notion -
and it is that tising of Cocoa and line, thence North on said lection line 3.87ohalni
scarcely to be expected arc running a saw mill at Pineda, were ; recitation, Mills Jessie Goode; Piano which the people vicinity to the point of ImiclnnlnR. Hald tract of
People> who are unaccustomed to our looking around in Banyan last week. solo, Mrs. C. M. Campbell; Debate, Resolved ought to. and without doubt, do af'llra-{ html Ulr> all nsted l In Ixiti sail 3 of HecttonO,
Primitive style are going to' fall in love accompanied by Dr. Lanny, "That Man's Mental Powers are Lotus. elate and enjoy. The books In Township: Houth ltunK 37 East': ,and contain.
tltb' us so overwhelmingly as to forget They of to Woman's affirmative L. C. brary and the other reading stock hllll lag 7,07 acre more or lent. :
and J. W. Hopkins, Superior ,
the of St. Augustine, Also (Xt I and 3 of Kectlon 27, Township 27, ;;
modern all donated and from
conveniences they have left Pineda. Bower and Mrs Frank Fee; Negative, been almost mostly South run (e 37 Kant: containing M./ftJ acres, except
mnd.ve are not undertaking to say Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell and Rev Butler. Dr. arid Mrs. Chambers were calling In lends i of the member and who are 7 al'r..1 olf the north end of Lot I, and 15 '
that we are not in a measure alive to The bean crop is very fine and shipments Duetto, the Misses Sue and Sophia Hop town Tuesday stranger: to the town.' If strangers can acres> off the south end of Jot 21 the trait to be.oli !. '..

these facts but might make a greater in earnest will begin about December kins; MUHJO by Miss M. Brown on the take such an Interest, why cannot and |containing 34.60 acre D.. L. OAUUJJ<':N. .'(

;efurt; forsinstance, if the street from 10th. The price has droppedout piano, Mr. Bowyer cornet, the Mlsnle T. G. Ronald attended the'gun shoot do not more of our towjipeolo take bold I5ll11cl811'tlllte1".
the station to the river bank where it of sight, but the express remains Annie Goode and Lillle Robertson and on Thanksgiving, at Cocoa.M. of tho work and help In the struggle to

''meets the county road, were deeded stationary. All kinds of combines are Messrs Boaujean and Martin on guitars, Padget went to Cocoa, Tuesday, to maintain and mutaln ? The burden ban
,0, the county it would, no doubt, be Formed to put up the price on everythingwe Messrs Joe and Mortie Con kl Ing on the consult Dr. Daniels about an achulug shifted until It rest upon a very few, I'loaso write us whenever you fall to-

e"ep this winter, as we are to have use; but the farmer, the man who violins; after thisa dainty repast was tooth. but those fow have worked with Milling receive the ADVOOATK.
':':nsiderable shell from the five-mill tax feeds the world, fights on single-handed, served. hand and brave hearts, and will con .---.--

,t'r'ea for that purpose. It seems to b. against' the whole combine, and the price Hugh Booth was supplying the peopleof tinue with renewed efforts The Avllah Time Cent Harhcrhol'/ .
,he general desire pf this and of his Rroduce-the truck farmer at this place with tome very tine pork on I II out of debt, and has some money In -
"on between lower instead of keeping pace Fort Pierce. Tuesday the but not enough to Insure ayear' "
to have the gap filled in least-/gets treasury, Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving\ Sham-
wen and Eden, which is only about with other advances. We think it wouldbe Archie Chambers and T. (i. Ronald rent, and for this they are plan oolng[ etc., I'oicolaln Bath Tubs with l tm
'Dt' and a quarter miles';; this would give t better to leave the beans in the field spent Sunday at Georgiana, returning to ping way and mean A most gener Electilcul liath attached. Everything:

.It 3ontlnllous shell road, from Jensen to; dry than to harvest them Just for the Master Nathan Saunders is working to Lotus, Sunday night outs oiler comee from Rev Mr. Smith& up-to-date E. STKINIIAVSKII Prop.
n the thing. Last week a few Cobb's store. of Rockledge chapel to donate
is now, there is a stretch name of Mr. pastor ;m West Bay St Jacksonville.
'roes' Jensen north then of mile crates netted $1.00( and this week, 32 Bean picking ,U at hand; J. N. Chalker one month' rent during the year Tho
a moved Into their -
gap and family
Lad a quarter and another stretch north. cents; the picking 20 cents, crate madeup !I. Lane began picking on about | of an acre, on !. Avllah received a birthday prevent of '
lye> should certainly endeavor to get 0 cents, comes out of that, also seed, new residence, last Monday. Wednesday, but oh I Ply, tho market. two beautiful potted plant from Mr I *. i iI'RESIIYTEILIAN

'bin completed so that wheels could be tI;lme and fertilizer; add to this the extra Thanksgiving celebrated here by a R. E. Ml mi, the orange grower of Bon A. L. 'Hatch. These will enliven and : CJllJltCJI.I tItorv
l sed between of transportation to the railroad, big dance all having a big time. friends bore beautify the room and the ladle are
think ;
the .
two places. We .venture, was calling among oilier )des every Sabbath at It a. in.and 7 JO p.m.
':'ur r superintendent can see the necessity and you may, or you may not, be able relief to The weather feels more like winter Monday; also hunting hand* to work. very appreciative great kindness I! lunday school, at 10 a. Wednesday Jeo. W. Hcoble,
inu next season. Some upt.< I'ra uiiMitlnif on evening
it again
itl led to proposition. We therMime tackle: from some source. Take the pow, for the first time Ibis season. M. M. Ramsey' and family, of Eau Gal' ,17:30.: 'Ibe public ant cordially Invited to at.Lend .
as much shell road must come filtered and tervlce .
-Drink water
as keep our *
et"ernent and we think we as difference( between freight and express/ Mr, Davis putting some Iron column lie, have been spending severs] days with liealtby. See pure those fine filter for ale by 1UV.JOHN A. HUGH, Pastor,

each taxes.. pay and it would go a long way towards of 10 Jlr, Hogg' store, as It was getting D, A. Ramsey and wife, of North Lotus Claude Walton, agent, Tltuivllle. ____n_.. __ .. _
expenses of raising a crop weak. ---- --'--- -
iwans. Why can't we get a fast freight ? y We would esteem the favor if our :
Red Cedar Timber.gentleman can't we quit the express company, Quite a number of drummers were In readers, when writing or calling upon -Do you waqt to buy or sell property Regular services every drat, third and fmirtSf
Why ,
Sundays at II and 7500: m Sunds'Schad
this week calling on our merchants a. m. p.
anyway f ''Well, I might do so, or try to, town; our advertisers to purchase merchandise, OQ Indian River f' If you do,'wrlt6 the f every Sunday'at 10.00: a. in. Epwortaagu
i.\ de- but again I might think that if everybody ; etc., would mention the ADVOOATK. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltu .... .each Sunday at 3 xa p. ly. Vrayer DIe,,'"-
I to In Montreal, Canada, was shipping by freight, it would Parson Cove was unable to keep his rllle, Fla. See page 4. tag every Tliurmlay nlicbtat '7::00 o'clock The .
bring a large manufacturing Ladles' Aid Hocloty meet every WednesdayIt
lnnt,to locate near the source of supply be a good idea for me to rush mine Inby appointment here;we hope be may come Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. LimO p. m. Ever:: )'body welcome at our tburcaervicu

f r cedar timber. If of our read- express and catch the fat prices; you at some future time.A. s,- A* an advertising medium, no ..

n 1V i! have such timber any In considerable night think and do do the Danged same thing.if I A. Ford, of St. Lucle, I Is having a Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet paper on the East Coast can beat the Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Pastor
in ities what are we to ? brushes combs perfumery and ADVOCATE. Give u* a trial advt.,
Then ,
'Ie will write us, stating amount, Snell house built on his Edgar Town property. soaps, ,
i'd we to forward know, unless weget: togegther as Hr. Klopp has the contract of buildingit. Fancy toilet article In great variety and be convinced of tho pink paper' *-Please mention the ADVOCATE: when
U after we .
ie: fi *our correspond .-D Land Henry says, and stay together }I. UU: TOW, prop worth. writing advertiser'R *.
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:. G ..Iti..IN: .felVEli. ADVOCATfe. : DECEMBER 1, i8B6. -

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"y CHOICE Vegetables SMITH'S MEMORY.There .h. Florida Central and

W"Oal, <>.. Tfclair n. Ha*
;, find a ready "
irlr.ttea. 4
t A large and perspiring laden
market-but only that farmer man
with bandies, bustled on to the Mil

can raise them who has studie l "' &J1koAt; upset I small boy in a Peninsular Railroal

I j I' tai\pr\ snit!- carried away & half yard of \ \

. 1- the great secret how to obtain Bonne from the skirt M a lady with a

and purple silk waist and finally brought Unexcelled service from Forida.to{ all points
both quality quantityby up, panting and exhausted: beside -a

the of well mall woman sitting. tranquilly on the kSC FfC
,I judicious! use after deck. ;, North &st1tnd
I Wes
balanced fertilizers. N6 fertilizer "Horace1!I" ]
"''here. now, I know; jan what yon fT ,

t for Vegetables can produce are going to say, Mildred-that same ,1 0

t L confounded old question. My .dear I L NC a Two Trains dally between Jacksonville And New :York, .carrying Pullman DraJJtoom
r tfJi. a 1. Id unless I it; cbntainsat forgbi'nothing I"

J "not, Horace"No Sleeping cars, passim through
".' least 8% Potash. Send forour '/ i I did not forget 'to buy the

': books which furnish full frail I'. He thrust a brisket of peaches Colombia Gharlpttesville

.l : into.her lap. Savannah, Waslgti
; ,' information. We send them "Nor the toweling!I" Another pack- t

, age1 followed BALTIMORE and P It DELPnrA.
'1 .; free of charge ."Nor.the flM ''yards of cambric. Mildred -

) I" Another,package.

GERMAN KALI WORKS, "Nor. the, spool of Bilk-hang: ill-.
.. pool 6f (silk; I" "Dixie
. 93 Nutau Si.,N.w York._ "Bat" Flyer" 8. .
"Nor the rattle nor"- Tri-Weekly Sailings .
Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis
"But, .Horace, dear will, you al via

*; "No,madam, I will not allow I There JACKSONVILLE Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Haslii 1
llorr 1o Deteet Adulteration and T..t is no use in asking. I tell you, I have ,
. It For Qnalltr. forgotten nothing-nothing!I" He began (Calling at Charleston, S, C., both ways)

? '.. According: to Dr. A. J. .Pleters' who to unload his,pockets. Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the North, .>

Is in charge of the pure seed Investigations "Here's the prescription, and here's The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

of the department of Agriculture, \ -er-thingambob that your mother

the use of crimson clover has Increased wanted, and here's a book for.Amelia, England Also Jacksonville-Cincinnati sleeper via Columbia and Aslieville.ii .
The Clyde New and Southern Lines.] .
and here's"- .,, .. "
t : to such an extent that it Is now a ''".... *""""'ivi tut ,nl I. i it n" tunti \
standard crop In many parts of the "Horace Smith stop your talking" Direct Service Between Full Information on application to any agent of this company.

*> southern and middle states. It is dls- His wife rescued the "thingambob"from Jacksonville Boston Providence and all' Eastern PointS.
IF the deck, smiled brightly up into ,
| tlugnlshcd,by Its long head of brilliant A.. O McDoncll L. A, Sliipman
the triumphant face and said pleas (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ; ,
scarlet blossoms and by the great antly:

depth to which its roots make way. "Yes, dear, but in what store did Southbound.......................SEMI.WEEKLY................'..SAILINGS..... ....:..... ..(rom Lewis Wharf nos ton General) Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt
Whenever the winters are not too yon leave your hat?" Northbound..........................,.. ................, .from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville
aevcrc It thrives and is a valuable And then the boat started.-Chicago

I hunt for soiling or for hay. It is a' Inter Ocean. Clyde's St. Johns River Line. -
winter annual the need 'being sown

nny time from the middle of July to Wanted Something to Tell Her. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. \

lAW fall In the southern states. It When he had finished singing "Break: Jacksonville,Talatka,sanford Enterprise Fla.and )intermediate landings on the St.-John's. River 4 :
grows through the milder weather in the News to Mother," be sat.down beside STEAMER southern.Railway

>A winter and quickly makes a dense cover her, and she said In her winning, "FRED'K DoBAItY.

; to the ground In spring; This can confidential way: CAPT. W. A. BRA W..

w t;' be pastured, cut for hay or turned under "I would be gad to it I had any Important Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p. m.,f>anday,Tuesdays and ThuTII<1n'II. '

w for green manure or all three, depending news to break to her. Can't Leave Sanford ":011 a. m.; Enterprise ,9:30, a. m.,:Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
upon conditions. you think of something?"
On reflection Gen 1 Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W..Bay St., Jacksonville.,
;, The s"ed of crimson clover Is larger he thought be could.- WINTER TOURIST SEASON
" than that of red or mammoth clover Chicago Post. W. II. TVARBURTON, T. P. A., F.M.IRONMONGER; ,Ju., fA} :pa ". Aet.,
t Jind lR l almost perfectly oval In fl Howling Green.New York. I 204 Want Nay St. Jacksonville. Fla.
I shape. C.! P.LOVELL, Asst.Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent.
The fresh seed Is of a bright reddish Sort o' !Mixed. '..acksonTllle.Fla. | Foot Hogan( St.,Jacksonville. Fla. Through Train Service via Jesup.
yellow color and has a high polish. As First Hindoo( -Have you ever been THEO. O. EGKK, T. M.. 5 Bowling Green:Sew! York.
the W![. P LYDE & CO., General Agent., ,
seed becomes older the color for a boat sail
n OWIlD"Green New York la No. Delaware A ve.. Philadelphia.Florida '
i changes to a reddish brown, and Second Hindoo-Oh, 'yes. THE PArlOUS

1k, eventually the polish Is lost and the First Hindoo How did you enjoy It t '
.ml has a dull dark reddish brown Second Hindoo did not like it East Coast Ry. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED

-color. Such seed should never be purchased It's[ too horrible. The boat is going up- -

as It Is too old to grow well. side and downside and your Inside is; AN.D-
In general the seed of crimson clover going inside and ontllide.-Punch.' THE CINCINNATI EXPRESS

Is less liable to contain many weed SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
Ic :?seeds than the seed of other clovers. Sound Advice. Will on and after November roth, 1899, be operated via Jesup
d It Is harvested'' before the weeds have Manager-There is one motto my ,U"INo' 811 8T..TIONS. No'18 DR

Ih 4F ;J matured their' seeds, and being planted young friend that you seem to have DDly kq ,
loft ont of consideration and that Lea',......................... Jaek onT U.......................... rrh 1 BOp 103 BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE.THAN EVER
> In late summer or fall It tends to your 10 BOa Arrive...................... St. l1g1l11tine ..................:....IAave IlOp: 9ta BEFORE
choke out what weeds 'may come up I[ advise you henceforth to bear in mind. m 10 b a Le..........................St.Augulltin.........................Arrive 815p
Freeh Actor-What is that T It lOa ......"........ ........ Ha ; nlra .... ......................Leave IIlII'p ,04
with the young plants. In some cases, before pray '1P ITS rrive,................. ....... Palalka ........ ..............Leave 4 20. ROUTE-PLANT SYSTEM*TO JESUP;
t (however It contains the seeds of serious Manager-Think : you act.-: {46 Il UOa Ltoa,'. .... ........ .. .. .. PaJatka ........ .................Arrive 6 10.Ti .
i' weeds, and farmers should be on Richmond Dispatch. p ...... Arriv.....,........ .......... 8an Mateo. ..................l ave ...... 1 au SOUTHERN RAILWAY FRan JESUP
their guard when purchasing. In a ,,,, f Leave.......... ............. Elan Mateo.......... ..... ......Arrive 1861'
Ij I. laboratory test the seeds of CO kinds Had Earned the Applanee. 816p tIl iii Lea........................., Eaat Palatka .......................Lenve b :dq.i 114--
Hewitt sat at the table next to 43p: 126111' .. .......................... Ormond .......................... B 4ip 11a.66p 12 Hours Quicker Time from Tampa to Cincinnati i ii
I of weeds were found to be present. fours at the restaurant yesterday, andl'don't 10111' ........... .."......... D. tona......... ........"....... BOOp 101.
.4, Most of these occurred but seldom and 'r cap 118p ................ .......Port vrange.... ........." .. .... 8211p a 61. Through Pullman Cars via Jacksonville.
[ see how you could laugh at the 126p.166p ." '....................... New Smyrna ....................... 8 cap II 00.'lip .
a only n few seeds In a sample but table stories that Grewltt was telling. 2221' ......................... Oak Hill ........ ................. 22'.ip!
sorrel yellow trefoil and mustard were 8&1Op& 8001' .......................uTttw..ine.u..n.n...... l'-"p s6La -ALSO-
Jewltt-lie was paying for the din ...... 88 ......................... City Point ......................... 1151' ......
found In 7- per cent of the samples.The ner.-Stray Stories. ...... 888p 14 ............................ Cocoa ............................ 1'1171' ...... Quiokest Time ever made from Jacksonville to Cinoin
seeds of a species of geranium ...... ship ......................... Rocklod ......................... 104p.....
These ...... 41lp: .. ......................... Rau Gallie ......................... 12 aIIp ...... nati, etc ,. .
me not infrequently present The Evidence. ...... 4 211' M ......................... )felbourne .. ... ,, 12 24p ......
i "' .awe about the size and shape of crimson ...... 4 6ip .......................... Ro eland .......................... 1I 4& ......
1 "What makes you think'. ho bas just ...... IIUlp r ......"........,....... Sebalrtlau ...........r..u. 11 43& .. ... *v>r**fl* ta* rm tion M to rates, schedules sleeplnir cr rmmtloo*, eta. spply tt
clover seeds, but lack polish and started out'to be an author?" ...... II62& ........................... St. Lucie .......................n.... 10 [5a ..:... gal .g.*of the BOCTHKIU: RAILWAY or its connections; via Jesup.
r arc marked with tine pits, which are ...... II Illp ........................ Fort Pierce _....,................... .a 104/ja ......
1 L 'Ilia photograph. You see he- has 1I'lp ........... ...............Eden... ........................ 10Q6aljo K.
nt once evident when the seed Is' examined polled with n faraway look. in hid eyes 84111' ................... ....... .J.l1lif1u......... .................. Jf)00a0: W. HUNT Florida Pwfc. Agt, Alt West Bay Street, Jaoksonrlll, FIlL
with a low power hand lens. and book in his hand." I00NIp, .............. ............Stuart. .............. .. ... 1160& 208 J. M. GULP, W A. TURK HABDWICI
a -Chicago I M ........................ Aob.Sound ...... .. ....... e lOa.Daily ,. & H. ,
The most serious adulteration of crimson Times-Herald. '2p ........................ West Jupiter .................... II 07a lttaa : 'rte/ Manager, Gen. P.... Ajt. .last Ooa. Pass Agt,
g, clover seed Is that of the Egyptian 818p .......,...... .....Wed Palm Beach: .;................... 888.: Wiuhiagt, D. a. Washington b,.a. \lallIAGa.
clover. It Is stated 'that this is 8B11p .a.. .................. .......2oRt011........ .................. I. 8 November 18th..l809
Why Urldiret Eicnpea. S18p ............ .......... Delra) ............... ............ '167l8'i
1' not uncommon In European seed but Jones-You never hoar of a servant \ .....................I'ort Lauderdal....................... is 7011090p
..... .., ..... .......Lemon city. ........ .. ......... .. 62
i so tar Dr. Pleters has Dot observed girl getting struck by lightning. 10 Arrive....."....................... Miami ....."..............:....... e 1rN
t It In American samples. The seeds of Brown-How do you account for itt BETWEEN NEW SMYItNA ANU 1tAM'E ( '1'Y JUNCTION' '

tie Egyptian clover tend to egg form. Jones-They're never in one place 0 1TO STATION'S. a2R MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

There are deeper lines on the edge, long enough.-Columbus Journal. TTSSp 1010ft i..... ..............New hmyrna..,........................L.TiTKp SW
; where the rootlet can bo seen outlined top llSla n ....................... Lake Helen .................. ......... 40402p
k '' the need. In crimson clover this ll W. ..."................... Orange City............................ 1200. 424P Florida New York,
; on Prepared.CastletonlIello 406 p 11 45. Ar..e.... .. .. ...Oran City Junction........................ II86. 1 Philadelphia and Boston,
4ge Is about as smooth as the back I never saw that All trains befween New bmyriia and Orang Pity Junction Daily eieept Sunday.BKTWKKN .
. i but Iii Egyptian clover, there is a clock In the drawing room before. from Itraaewick(direct),to New York.
marked depression! on each aide of the Harold-No, but when sister heard ) :PASSENGER SERVICE.
1'10 PIT
o. av.
1'1 & rootlet. you were coming she had It moved In .I ......... .. ............ .... itu"vill."...................,..............Ar p To make connections with steamers leave Jaclwonvln for
' it The worst weed that can possibly get -DetroIt Free Press. I '" .........."...."...............u............!Um........................................Ly.. 112p Thursdays at &20 a. mi.,via Fetmuidlna and"Gov.5 Dinner
.............................".......Osteen...................................... iir'. (Cumberland Route). Atrive Brunswick 8.3Op.m.
;t ? Itto a ,cloverflold.. dodder. The seeds ll1a// ....................................Enterprise .............................. 11 to route.. Of,via all rail, leaving Jaekaenviae$20a. ui. (IreP.
, '< being small are seldom found in crimson Pretty Good Proof.' ............................ .Ent.rpri8ol Junction.............................. 11 oil ), via Everett and Southern.It'). Vasstagers taking u
be that fellow 80u Ar...............,.............. .,-Hall ford... ......................'............. 11 per aboard steamer that night.
may Dill-What's to
;: clover seed but they present trying
All trans between Til\mvUlft anti Jan on Dally except Hunilay.
' f in poorly) cleaned samples, and 'a prove by rocking the boat! PROPOSED SAILINGS

,'4 -, lookout should always be kept for Jill-That the fools are not all dadret ,KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Yonkers Statesman. LT.New.York, Pier 21 K.R.,:Mp.. m.., (8U.ndardTiJM.) Lv.Brune'!
{ tliem. The seeds of.dodder are small "
j like minute .._._ ill meonioiH of the Florida East" Coaat Steam Wp Cuinpauy are appointed toauU a s foilowst ,Friday.root 27.-... ............. .........'.". ("R"VD................... .......Frlilay.Kor.
, T. and gray and look lumps Friday :Nor! 3......................,..COLORADO........................;...FrltUy.. "
1 tot clay. TheThe Jlallma..k."lIas STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. Friday,i W...".... ...............KIO GRAN1>E............. ........,...Friday "..
While crimson clover (Is comparatively your dachshund a pedlgreef'"Pedigree' J'rlday. IT.. ..............fOLORADO ...... .....................rrJlla'. '. .
11f I L its germination often Look,at him. It makes Friday, 'I 23,1. ....MO ORANPB.: .............,........... Frlday.Dec
f pure, deteriorates him sag to carry .If-Chicago Record. Leave Miami Sunday. and .edne.IItYs! ;; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thar- For general Inf oruuUton,steamer,trains,rates, ete.,apply to any railroad agent or to
leaves much to be desired. .
day. Leave Key West Holidays Mud Thursdays; Arrive Havana Tuesday and
,6'' rapidly with age. Dr. Tie- Fridays. BASIL GILL, At-eat, 220.W.Bay Bt.JacksonvilleH.
In. Just Va.... NORTI1BOUND. .HJ.BAYMOND.General Southern Agent,Brunswick,Ga.
ters advises customers: not only to
I Anna-Shu's awfully afraid of cow&AlineNo 0.H.SIALLORY General Agent Pier 80, E.River and 38ft Broadway N.Y.
sht upon a guarantee of a definite percentage wonder Leave Havana Tuesday and FrKUys' ; Arrive Key West Toesday and Fridays
I l of purity and germination She's got the Leave Key West Tuesdays' and Frtdxyn: Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays --
from the dealers but to test their lay fever.-Kansas City Independent.Worth UeijarturfS\ front Miami will be mud* oooa as possible antes arrival! of train U

,f : $*nl. This he says, can be easilyl the Price. -on sailiinr TliB. .. Tiutu iluvH.r ( .a..ei.)bow it>. nuieitat which train*.ml boats nmjU xpoot >Uto arrive ivncl If You Have Not
ne at homo by any one. A piece of depart '1'011th... twveral atatio.e'aud ports but theft arrival or departure] at the time
ittolst cloth (flannel best) Is laid on a M>rwd. is not guaranteed, nor doe. the Company hold hHd reapuiJuiiU fur any delay or any
cea""quouce urimnx therefrom.For
i l4att5 the seeds are placed between tho copy of local time card call al :2M Went Bay tlt......&.Jaok: .uuvUla,or addreai
tr. folds of the cloth and second plato J.P. BJlC: (WITlI. TiuJlo; Manager. J.D. RAIINEil. A,G. P, A.
fit. AuguettneP Found What You Want
la Inverted over the whole. A certain -
I I G lumber of seeds, 100 or 200 should be 1 -- ,
counted out and the germinating ones
tfYsi4 For a Home and look at 01
removed and counted as fast as: they suppose youtake) a trip.

f a pl't\r. Germination will begin on | Fruit and Garden Lands along the

tP* st'Colulllll)', and good need ought to '
sprout t'0 to 00 per cent (lu three days. 1'fT4'w --- -= East Coast .

No to Pit 111_. K yoiiare, going; anywhere, whether it be to tba I II I

,, Booker T. Washington, the leading North South East West
colored educator of the United States, Settlers are flocking In but still there Is toom. If you "'

arrived ou the St. Louis. Northwest or Southwest.Remember this!
looking way drop a line to
lie sail be liked Tarts, but thoughtthe 1

exactions of fashion In that city that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Linea with JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlee President,

t amounted to tyranny. "Jnst think! The Impudent fortune gateways; at Tor Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton
When I went Into a .store a few teller to whom I paid a mark and 60pfennigs and various other points, with Us all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

j1! weeks ago tQ purchase a pair of shoes, told! me I had a bad temper the beat route, and that Information can be obtained promptly by addressingor .'ST. ATJGUSTIN1 rho
', I could not find any large enough to bo and would get a stingy husband ..n---- -"1 ._ -----
comfortable," he said. "I was gently "You ought to have gone to the fortune calling on
? told by the storekeeper that It was not teller who for a mark told me I F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger ARont. ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

the fashion to wear large shoes lu Would inherit a fortune and marry aoblenlan. : 133 We t Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., -

l-l1rls.-New York: Letter. ."-Fliejeuda Dlatter. 8, W. Wrenn. Pas enger Traffic Manager Savannah Ga. E a 'Prices to 'Snit the Time


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f OTELS-A11-tlie-year-round! 'HUMOR' OF' THE HOUR.The THE TROTTING CIRCUIT. [ A Waste of Word Doe It Pay To IIuy Clicnp. '
Why don't yon about, 'Long Jive the
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
Joe Tntchen la simply unbeatable or general "
la all right .butyou want something that
Roman home ,
conqueror woa ,
half mile track.
answered the
a "It Is quite needless,
TITUSV1LLE. again. will relieve and cure the more severe and
He had viewer the archei rage, 2.-09& la stepping tut on th< Filipino. "Any man as! cautious about dangerous results of throat and lung
New York Rpcedway. his personal safety an! the general trouble. What shall you do? Go to a
3.N R=VER IOTELI and heard the plaudits of p1ebe and pa Woodburn 'farm retire from th. doesn't need any encouragement,: In the warmer nnd more regular climate? Yea,
I trlclans. The calcium lights had play breeding business this falL longevity line."-Washington Star..,, It possible; If not possible for you, then ;
ed on him for miles along the line ol In either case take the only remedy that
TITUSVILLE, Heir at Law, (2OG: 0%) broken leg I It!!
march. The chairman of the committee
Very Llk.lr.MItis hal been Introduced In ,civilized\ coun-
and be will
doing nicely, recover
'p on him tries with In throat and
f INDIAN RIVER arrangements approached auccotis severe
Much Ado, 2:13Vi, relishes' split beat
and said deferentially: lung trouble, "Iloscbeo's German Syr
FLORIDA. "General, have we left anything undone and has never yet won a race "off the up." It not only heals and stimulates ;

which might convey our appreciation reel." tho tissues destroy the germ Unease,
of the fact that you are the hero Bush 2OO: ,!l. may be Keen at the but allays Inflammation, causes easy expectoration -
J. G. BAST, Proprietor, of the hour'" race later. She recently worked a gives a good night's test, Q
and cures the patient. Try ors bottle.
f half mile In 2:13V
;rl'e othlnar, was the answer. Recommended many years by all druggists -
"Ilns the procession been as long as J. I>. Callery the Pittsburg road rid \ In the world. 4inplo bottles at J.
P P The hotel fronts on thwidesweopofbap(7mile you think It ought to In passing a given er, has bought the fast stallion Russell P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, nnd FredS.

( point?" wood 2:14: %. by Atwood. CIiatTco'a drug store, Titusville, Fla.
in width formed the .
by a "It has surpassed my expectations." Lord Vincent 208%. now priced at 1 u ''r
"I "Have you heard all the speechesyou 20,000, cost George Tod of Youngs
delightful summer resort There Is more Catarrh In this section ;
Constant cool want?" town, 0., Just $1,000 last winter.
n F i w6 u unp of the country than all the other diseases
Ni .l w f C' breezes from the sea and "Yes, thank you." Eula :Mac 2:2i: %, the first 2:30: 2-year- put together, and until,the last few years
[R bay. Flowing sulphur "Have you had all the music you care old trotter of 1809, I Id by McKlnney, wns supposed to bo incurable. For a
springs. Special summer for from the glee club?" 2llVi: out -of Balance All 2:2b1: great ninny years doctors pronounced it
rates. "Yes. thank you." Brigadier 2:21: %. local lisonxo and I'I'ellcrlbedlocal remedies

"Hare you had all the breakfasts! The 4-year-old trotting filly Neeretta and by constantly falling; to cure

and dinners and suppers you want?" who won In 2:12: % at Santa Rosa, Cal.,, I'atllle-Ithhik you love me only with local treatment, pronounced it In ,
curable. Science has It to be a r, :
"Yes. thank you." Is the first foal of her sire Neernut, for proven
JACICS NVII.JLE.erritt's my money. constitutional disease and, therefore requires ;
And all the ftreworksT'"Yes. 2:11H. by Albert W. The Count-Your moneyl! Haul You : constitutional treatment. Hall's

thank you." Joseph II. Ake and Daniel Wise of will Boon see how little 1 care for It. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. ,
"And all the speeches Sykesvlllo, Pa., have purchased the Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only |j
"Yes thank you." Alice ., .. .. constitutional tho market. j
OLD... promising green pacing mare 'Un. of Thin* cine on ;
Hotel Rathbun CARL1tT0Y. "Now, It there anything else you Akf, trot John II. Patchen of Patch- ""'hut Is your ,objectlou to her" taken Internally In doses from ton dropsto
would enjoy If there Is. please mention envllle, Pa.Governor.. asked Mr. Upjohn after the unsuccessful a traspoonf It acts directly on the
It, for you must remember, general Pacheco. the brother of applicant for the position of housemaid blood and mucous surfaces of the system {i

we think the world of you. and Palo Alto. 2:08-: %, bought by J. J. McDonald had ,gone.: case They It otter fall one In cine.bundled Send I dollars for cliculars for any
there Isn't anything we wouldn't do of Cuthbert. Oa. at lion. W. "Her Is Jeruslm." answered
and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. and tCHilmnnlaU. Addn-sa
Market ... .,,tor.y,". ,, ,, ., ......... / ,
??? ?? ''' J. White's recent sale Is to stand InJeutu"ky Mrll. Upjohn. "She wouldn't matchour K, .1.I C Ml I I EN BY CO.,. Toledo, O.tr .
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill "Are you sure that If I spoke candidly next: year Quwu Anne flll'nltm'c.-Chlcngo :: =Si old by all diujrvlMx,! 73'cenis."

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for Rates from there would"be no offense! ?" The Maid 2:0574: : was timed a half in Tribune. Hall'M Family PUN are the host.o .

$3 to $4. per day. Special rates by the week or month................. "Absolutely."Well to tell you the honest truth. one minute and three-quarters In 1:31 An-Inference-
In the $,000 Neponsct purse at Head- .
C. A. MERRITT, Lessee.errit1's I'd like about 20 minutes' sleep.- the ""'hat'll that new 11)111'11bU&I.\ -' GOLD! I la of mi value when health: is \
vllle, but wan unplaced although
?" the neighbor. In ilaiiKor. What'a of value ?
Washington Star.. ness Inquired more <
best time was but 2:08: %. Fearful
"I duuno." answered Fanner Corn- Prntt-'a up to-rhto: tablets will break up 1|
An Apple of Grousing Fame breaks destroyed any chance that she tossel. "11(' keeps htiyln that the folks a cold hi ono day and\ for constipation .'
Pennsylvania 'has an excellent apple, might have had.Catarrh In his town love him fur the enemies And hthoitftncHH, rind nil malarial troubles, '
Hotel Placid It hall mi quul. Uy mall prepaid for 2c.
[ originated In York county whose fame he's nmde. 1 gucs uu-hbo he'9* a baseball : :
Can Do Cured 1'iiiti iMudlcliio Co', :hint Ion 11, Chicago '
appears to be growing! and the state ulllpll.Watlhlngtoll star. 111. Send, f",r Multiple. j
By eradicating from tho blood the .
may become prominent for its yield -- .
scrofulous taints which cause It. IIood'lISarsaparilla
A recent
i of the York imperial apple. ---
cures catarrh prC'mptlyand
The only first-class Hotel in the State conducted on the European state bulletin shows three forms' permanently, because it strikes at the 13 A U a ALL 113. :
that often on the same
this apple occur .
root of the trouble. :
plan only. Our 40 cs., Special Meals are the most liberal and tree: and Rives the following facts: The rich pure blood which It makes
It Is being planted largely In New circulating; through the delicate passages '
popular served in the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. York, Ohio, Illinois Virginia, Mary- jf the mucous membrane, sooths and Hotel Granada.

CIIAS. COUCH, Resident Ianager.Travelers' rebuilds the tissues, giving them a tendency KAIT: GALL1E FLA. 'ilt'
: to health instead of disease, and -

intimately[ curing the affeotlon. Half way down the Enst'oust' on the hank _fir liullnn River heat i't
At the same time Hood's Sarsaparilla
itrengthens invigorates and energizes hunting and fishing\ )point on time Coast Kvciyihlng' / uu\\'. No malaria. ,'l.i

;; Hotel F 1L the hole system and makes the debilitated Largo rooms, good bud, plenty of oranges Hint a flU \IU. '1'Kl.u: TAIILE. l,
1'' victim of catarrh fool that new life $2,00 to 3.00 per day. I Special:: weekly latiH.HALLECK :

has been imparted. ,- WELLES, Proprietor NOEL A. MITCHELL, Clerk.
with snuffs inhalenta or 1!
Mns. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. Do not dally ,
other local applications, but take
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. and cure catarrh absolutely] :
Titiisvlllo Hoarding '
which ; ,
and surely by removing the causes ?

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. produce it.

\\ff' Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. STAGE GLINTS. Board and room, $1.00 per day. When In need( of white or rye Bread, pies, ,\

Andy Mackay Is filling time for cakesetc., go to Mrs. Doisnvr'a City IIl1klr)'. Yachts, boarding houses, ;
\ hotels and fain Hies I supplied :
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THK YORK IMPERIAL APPLE. "Natural Gas" with Eddie Girard as ;
HOTEL 'OXFORD Opposite St. James'Hotel. land and Delaware. In Kansas It.ls the star.
In popularity. A speaker'be- and Can- :
growing George Richards Eugene BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE 1'l'1'U8VIJ.r.l' FLA
Convenient to all parts of tho city, commodious rooms, comfortable and fore' the last Kansas state horticultural Held will reappear again this season in"Tho I

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas. meeting said: "The York Imperial Is Temperance To WU." Good, airy and comfortable rooms! Hoard and room. One Dollar per day. '.,.i'
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack. new to many of us because of Its late It is nnu6uuced that Robert Edeson Special rates by week or month. '
sonvllle. sudden popularity. It has been sent t ivlll soon retire permanently from thetame (.. IJOUKNIOHT, Proprietor..
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr.WESTMORELAND Europe holding Its own with the Missouri In business In .
In order
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pippin and others. It Is large, I'orto Klco.Pauline .

a good keeper and growers always Moron, the really clever bur. NIC ABEND'S

West Bay and Cedar Streets, seem pleased with" It. It seems to be 1'lIquollltl variety show performer, ,

HOTEL i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. growing popular. has made a hit with her act at the Alliatubra .
is sometimes listed in
York Imperial DEPOT FORBartholomay's 'Jj
: ondon.. ;
Johnson's Fine Winter
catalogues as
American and European plan. Centrally! located. Just built and opened Edward'Irenaeua Stevenson Is to t
no-erred lecture In London on "The- Relation of
this season, Fine cooking and good table. ,Hot and Cold water ing a word of1 the Pennsylvania Herman Music to the Dramatic In History" Fiction t Rochester Beer :!

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All having' reference to the oblique and the Literary Theater.

street cars pass the door. Rooms SOc, 75o> and $1 a day. Rooms and shape of the fruit. The tree Is a vigorous ->o Harrison\ Jeannette Bageard, Fine Wines, Liquors anti ClMI3HCIIANTS .
Carrie Elberts. Edith St. Clair Georgia
with slender, drooping
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day; branches, 'after the manner of Ben Maine and Peter Curley will be the LUNCH lit! <> 31. M. 115>; )1 N'l'M. .

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. : Davis. It comes Into bearing at tour last of the Rogers Hros.' new play. 130: W, Hay St Jacksonville, Floilda.

from planting and beats regularly Willie Edouln will appear in "Flora- ---- ---- -
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AUGUSTINE. and heavily. The foliage and fruit lora," the new musical comedy by

ST. are remarkably free from scab., Owen Hall and Leslie Stuart to be FOR S LE.

The fruit U of riK'ulum size, skin yellow produced I t tin' Lyric theater, London ,

PLAZA HOTEL AUGUSTINE, 'FLA. nod almost wholly covered with on Oct. 2m.Theodore.
two shades of red flesh yellow, juicy Hplerlng announces his Hotel With: Seven Cottages and 10

\ located near firm subacld season late winter. A withdrawal from the music school
Dpe'n It is centrally ,
hotel Is for
Postoffice, Bank now and: Cathedral. good shipper, bringing! high prices.Bnrley with whichlie. linn been \Identified for Acres of L and.

Rooms, 60cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. the' hint year and also stated that his.
and William
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Mnke Fine Winter Urnilnir. isslHtants. Otto Roehrborn
\ Next to rye stands barley as a winter I Dvntel.! a's \\1'11118 the 'celllut Herman
grazing crop. It Is not quite BO hardy i DleHtel. will retire with him from

Hotel but is superior In quality and better' the institution.

'''ll III II I nhM1AN, Algonquin It relished by stock. .It will not pay on : Robert Downing who "recently entered
poor land. Preparation and other con the rcnlinof vaudeville\ Is quotedis
Fronting" on the Plaza, dltlons for raising It are the same as ; declaring) that' he has decided to

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. for rye. From greater size of seed four turn comedian. "I have up my sleeve,"

New and Liberal Management, bushels to the acre should be ncrvvn. It'' lie says' "a plain puutoral. play of life
S Most Under Centrally Located. Special Attention Is especially good for milk cows Im In Indiana which whllo It U mostly

to Tourist and Commercial Travel parting a very fine flavor to the milk romedy rises| to some intense If quiet 'v e. w p# "b ,
No Rival at ]Rates. Rates:$2 to $2.50 per and butter, remarks an exchange. rllnmxi'H and to that I will pin uiy m ## 4 s (M ,rr I i *' vqf ., 4
Hotel. Open the principal hOpen for next Reason" t t
Day. The Loading -- tit 4 A 4 w' $ 4.,
,year yound.F. Ilrlef Mention.A In "Hag Harbor Folk" James A. '
C. HAYDEN, Manager. new feature reported In the cotton home will present .on the stage as yr, ',r ,
Laet'l'wo Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. bale problem III 1 a proposed "combine"by truthful and artistic n dramatic picture

_---=:::: a cotton company "of some of the of the Hhorrnu'ii of Long Inland 1
most desirable compresses in tho 18 he did of farm and seaside life In
GAINESVILLE. southern states for the purpose of Malno In "Shore Acri-H." All the scenes ? + I r ''f x#

meeting the competition that has will bo laid In the picturesque little

Largest and best HotelGAINESVILLE arisen from tbe round bale system." town of Sag' harbor, nnd for every

BROWN II HOUSE FLORIDA. The condition of sugar cane In Louisiana (character lie haa selected nn original

: 75 according to the August from among the quaint people of thin Tt 11 ,ac U1 t
t j .
RENOVATED.... clrcular'compared unfavorably once thriving whaling fort.it t.ILocatetl
with the conditions cue year ago,
... JNO. S. BOWEN, which was 10-1. Tho same I Is substan- 8UHECUJU lllon citour. at SAIINO, three qiiHrtere of n mile south' of EAU: GALLIK, c

Manager, formerly "Placlde. ," Jacksonville, Fla. tlally true of the entire group of state FLORIDA, on the Knti Gntlle Illvrr I",1thlln-, Mf H mile from tho s

rej>ortlng upon this product, In not one Indian; River mind two 'nnd! H hulf miles' from the Ocean. The property.
of which was the condition on Aug. 1 Twenty-five Ycnnt'tf Constant la two hundred! miles south of Jacksonville the Florida East: Coast ,

,. JENSEN. up to the ten year average. Use without a Failure. Hallway, with the Railroad Station, adjoining the property. Buildings

The government report of the average The first Indication of croup hoame- Erected in 189C, and some of them have never been occupied, the original ,
! JENSEN FLORIDA. condition of cotton on Aug. 1 wa ieiH, and In a child subject to that dig! owner having died) a few montlm after their completion.
Al 84! This was 3.8 jtoiuts lower than It be taken as a sure sign of the
I cue may the owner'sJeath
Fresco t months to
about two prior
BREVARD COUNTY. last month 12 points lower than on approach of an attack. Following thisoarseness The hotel wan opened for
Aug. 1, 1808 2.0 points lower than at It a peculiar rough cough If and has not been used since, All the building were erected in

t I't I'J. tbe corresponding date in 1897 and JhamberlaJo'a Cough Remedy U given the most substantial manner. and are now In excellent condition. The I
L. JENSEN, Proprietor. 1.8 points below the mean of the w soon M the child become home, or hotel and cottages are completely) furnished, and very little of the fur

New House; beat accommodations on the East Coast modprn; table improvements.In raklaaa and. August averages for the last ten years. even"will prevent after the the croupy attack.cough It appears la used In it niture lies ever been used. There are two artesian wells twenty cisterns
comfort. Hot aDd cold baths; Cabbage seed can now be planted in broad connected with etc.
every convenience and the Inlet.; Fish. and many thousand of homes In thus sewer
the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to southern Georgia! Alabama Ml>>*Isalppl and and never disappoints the anxious The property cost the original owner 18,000& and will be sold at a

Oyitero In abundance. Terms moderate. Louisiana, South Carolina and In notliera. We have yet to learn of a tin .lacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the property. t
Don't Fall When Visiting' Indian Itlver.Println0TtAMOCATE Florida and Texas for the winter crop Is instance In which haa not proved address
to Stop at Jensen For particulars apply to or ,
to bead about Cbrl tmu. There Is tffectual. No preparation yeah can constant show such use EZRA F. HATCH, Hon D. L, GAULDKN, WM A, WAn OCK.
usually a good market In southern a Caretaker >mlw.. Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner.
failure.- For sale by all drug- on pri
without a
Fine? Job Office cities Cultivator.for this crop, ays Tbe Southern ,tats and medicine dealers. I Eau Osllle, Florida. Tltu vlo.Fla.|| Jamaica r N. Y.



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Frank Clark's Announcement To Second GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
District Demo r U. n
...LZL'w'yors.. ..
STUART FLA. Nor. 29 1899.
J Mr. Clark asks us to publish his an- Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited

Editor Indian River Advocate : nouncement, which is as follows: I TITUSVILLE, .. .. .. .
To the of the Second Congressional
In these closing days of the 19th century Democracy -
no man or woman can be said to b"posted" e District of Florida: UNITED STATES COURTS.

Is who does not know something Believing that when a citizen desiresto :5:]. :t.J.: : :R.P..lIY:: ) d<:, :X30:
of what being done along the many become a candidate for public office,

BENJ. W. JEROME.,.. lines of so-called reform work. This Is he should at the earliest opportune moment Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries
my only excuse for giving the numerous acquaint the rublio with his position Abstracts of Title ,
ADVOCATE readers a few items concern upon the various, public questions And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal r
J' Stale Representative PENNSYLVANIA ring the work and recent convention of with which he may have to deal In the Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excCi !i
: IRON WORKS co., foi that greatest agent of general reform- event of his election, and having deter- Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade be above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit :sT
Marine and Stationary ,, the Woman's Christian Temperance Uni- mined to become a candidate for the Counties. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TltusvF ,
on. The 20th annual convention was recently Democratic nomination for Congressfrom
Selling, Agent COLMAN ACETYLENt held In Seattle, Washington. The this District before the next con .
GAS MACHINES Safest, Cheapest state officials united with the Chamber vention, I ask to submit to your consideration -
and fleet light for private dwell. of Commerce in extending the Invitation, as being my views upon some of 1 We have a large list. of3D, Lesley <& .Motto-ray
ings and stores. and the latter appropriated $509 to help the great questions that must call for
meet expenses. A special train, bearing Congressional solution in the near future L .4. t'r:: S
For prices, catalogues' and estimates.,, most of the 259 delegates, left Chicago; the following: Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
address, and was met by bands and cheered by First-I am unqualifiedly In favor of
r BENJ. W. JEHOME, crowds as it reached principal points, the principles of Democracy as enunciated owned! by ourselves and clients. Price Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whisl
showing the Interest of the wideawakewest In the Chicago platform of 1896, and .
Rockledge I Fla. in our work. I confidently rely upon my political rec- for unimproved lands 3.00 to $100.00per Bottled Beers, Ales; and Stoat

The treasurer's report showed that ord anterior, as well as subsequent, to .
Line of Cigars. ** Billiard
f The Anhenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'lon, $ 0M9.18 had been raised for national the promulgation of that document as acre. A First-class, and Pool TablJ!
P work last year, mosty: by the ten cent proof positive of my sincerely. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention I given to
Fumous St.Louts Keg and Bottled Beer. dues of members. Twenty-one national Second-I am unalterably oyposed to orders. Cash must accompany your order., LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville
organizers were constantly In the field, the existence of those gigantic; and unholy WE have a few Residence, Orange ,j
y ; Bold by Men*. L llley&: Motlow! Tltusrllle. Fla.... and very many 'more were in the employ combines designed for the purposeof
By Mr. J.V.Crabh, Cocoa Kla.
1 By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. of' states. liy those many new unions controlling the,price of commodities, Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Protect Your
formed and all lines of work and INSURANCE
strengthened. throttling competition thereby enslaving locations. Prices Reasonable
...JOSEPH ZAPF... the people, known as "Trusts." Property Against
Forty-one departments of work are 'l'hlrd-I absolutely opposed to any '
cn Wholesale Beer and carried on, each under the direction of a step upon the part of this Governmentthat :XlXGKBCXTCXZO'G-: And: C7YC7LON g.
Liquors. capable the tends towards f TITUSVILLE
superintendent. Through even imperialism.
.. I all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the
1 and MIAMI. Mutual J
efforts of the Department of Scientific Expansion in a proper way is not obJec-
Insurance Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of
,West Bay Street, Temperance Instruction, laws requiring tionable, but this Government cannot by Company. the City
Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co. of
the teachings of the efforts of alcohol force hold a people subject to its author Philadelphia, Pa.
and narcotics upon the human's stem ity under colonial rule without abandon For Rates, Information, etc., call on address CUAS. S. SCUUYLER,
have been passed by the National Congress ing Its character a free republic I do East Coast Meat MarketG. Titusville, 1.1
and all Utah favor down the In the
1 ,1 states except Georgia not "hauling flag"
MAINHARD BROS., and Virginia. Philippines, but I do favor giving those
the free of their F, DUREN, Agent
Through department of schools people a government own
savings banks, last year, 40,552 children just, as soon as they are able to conductit -
Cleaning and DyeingEstablishment deposited In banks $207,421.08, and in upon such terms as will forever guar- o Supreme SATISFACTIO
some cities the work was not reported. antee the commercial supremacy of the ....- -.
Over 300 000 children have been or- United States In those Islands. U2 ,:::a., l

12 Newnan St., Clothing gatjizcd and are marching under the I' Fourth-So long as a tariff for revenue o.:.. rv
' c cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. banner. Tremble, King Alcohol; we to support the Government is to be main follows the possession of one of our hat]

; : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. shall grow up. Over 10,000 young wo tained, I think it Is the part of' wisdom _:) ,=:::a., 1 'some, artistic and efficient Oil Gas parlj]
: \ men are organized Into the "Y's." that our people should Insist upon receiving -
.. 'Through the department of A'ntl-Nar-: some of the benefits while bearing [ a stoves. Its. substantial construction,
otlcs, 28 states and the National Congress the burdens of this system of taxa in
1 .Jo' CANCER: CURED at HOME. have passed laws forbidding the tion. To this end I should advocate sucha __ co p' economy the use of fuel, its efficfel

tale or giving of cigarettes; and many duty upon Egyptian cotton as would ,=, ,U2S' dissemination of heat and easy rnanal'cmemn.k.es.lt
NO KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC. include tobacco In any form to boys un materially benefit that large portion of c/a:::a. ,
TREATMENT: PAINLESS. der 10 years' of age. Laws hive been our people ,engaged in the growing of [ P deservedly popular, as as
t passed bidding the sale of cigarettesn long-staple cotton. FLORIDA. 11 low price.
Belleview Sanitarium- many states, Fifth-Florida's rivers and harbors are I .
' ; BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. The Purity Department has enacted entitled to be most liberally dealt with
laws raising the ago of protection for by the Government, and if sent to Con George Peeples.,. IAS. PRITCHARD & SON
girls frt,m 10 to Itt in 21 states; and In gress I should labor most: earnestly to 'r ,
8 htates the age is 18 years. secure ample appropriations for these M., e .sassy

: NEAR & TAYLOR, The National Hospital 'is training objects, and should not favor one portionof Old bulldtne Gibson, next ...Till HlItUi' TITUSVILLE' : ; FLOIUD.

.. nurses who are using no alcohol, and the District at the expense of the ,door to Carruth-' .
!,\ .... Artesian Well one Is used in Its work. But space forbids other Im!' barber ehop.Washington.
.I Ott t' < mention of half the work, being I recognize the fact that It.ls early to TjTtTSVILLK, FLA.

i I done. begin a contest that will not end before Tiosmithing, Rooting,,Guttering LOST.

, v' f If'I c ,ICONTRACTORS". Mits. C. S.. B. HANEY. mid-summer of next year, but the contest and all kinds! of repair work promptly ..
. eta for the various State offices having
rr. I It ) ,. Ean Gallie been inaugurated some months since, attended to. The profit and more.on SHOES.We .
:- /( Fla. AN ANCIENT LANDMARK. the newspapers and the people have for .Work from down the River'solicited. offer several pairs, most men's-
some time been discussing the Congressional
ut succession, and it appeared Incumbent $3.50, $4.00, and $;.00, sizes 7, 7J

, ': P. L. Turbyfill WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 28, 1890. upon me to make at this time a formal HAND MADE TANKS, and. {9), now at". . ,.. .. .
Editor Indian River Advocate announcement of my candidacy. HAND MADEHONEY '
1 have lived in Florida for sixteen .JUST HALF

Feed and Sale Stables. Just outside of the District of Columbia years, I have nothing) to conceal from AND SYRUP BARRELS, .. I.Send
livery, to the northeast of the city at River- you, and whenever and wherever the
As good as the best and as cheap as the ,
dale, Is an old landmark: that carries you people may desire to have me address
All warranted.
I have somo of the finest horses and my back into Colonial history of over them upon public questions, I shall. be I cheapest.Machine; made barrels for sale, bat sot Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
I two and a half centuries of time. Here glad to meet them face to face and con ,
carriages In this section of the country. I you will find In fair preservation the old sider with them the public good. warranted. _TOM ;JOHNSON :
1 ,
homestead, barn and other out-buildings FRANK: CLARK.
Call and see me. Reasonable rates.P. Pioneer Fla.
Cooperage LaGrange
of Lord: ..Baltimore, one of America'searliest JOHN Tt. WALTPR,

L. TURBYFILL, I pioneers.

.1 Waynesyille, North Carolina. I As the you part'may the have three forgotten Culverts the took historyof In CHURCH NOTICES. ...John B. Massa... Furniture, lee Cream' Parlor.

the early settlement and government ofa Wholesale and Retail
8Jan HARDEEVIU.E The A. DSirdefeld .
vast tract of country, stretching from
Millinery Soda Water
while D. V. preach next Sabbath
this point on the Potomac northward, ,
at 0:30: a.' m. Fruit Produce Commission
all of
embracing Maryland, ,
Tlio Bl'C'VCJ..Y New Jersey and part of Pennsylvania, I CITY POINT-The pastor .A. C. Sirde. Dry Goods, (Fount and bottles)

," will briefly rofroslryour mind as to the field, will, D. V., preach next Sabbath at MERCIIANT.Oranges & Tobacco.
, mo West Bay St Jacksonville, history. George Calvert, the first Lord 2 p. m. The Lord's Supper will be administered Cigars
,\ FINE Baltimore, visited this country in 1029: at the close of the sermon. Grapefruit,Letnons,Limes .potions, etc.
If and wishing to establish colony here Pineapples, Bananas, Grapes, Apples, Confectionery, etc.

it lii);, Wines, Liquors and Cigars returned the territory to England above, obtained described a patentfor from Bishop of Gray Florida, of, the passed Southern through JurisdIction here, Cocoanuts, Walnuts Pecans, and all ."Star Building." I' (t"&t the old stananGive )

l It., King Charles I, but before the Royal Tuesday, on his way to Cocoa. Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts in seM n. me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive promp

: Anheuser-Husch Extra Pale on Draught. patent could receive the seal of state Services in the Presbyterian church, Also, by the barrel, fine and careful attention. Yours-fioo business, JNO. R. WALKER.
',' i-s'. Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. Sir Charles Calvert died. Ills title and Sunday, Dec. 2nd, 1800. Sunday schoolat Fresh Apple Cider and Apple Vinegar.
i) The best of Service and a pleasant quiet privileges decended to his Cecil and at 11
son 9:43, a. m. Preaching a. m.,- 217 West Bay St., .Jacksonville, Fla.
'' ";, nosort. JOHN F, MUNCH, Mgr. to him the charter Intended for his subject "The Judgment." Evening ser
q father was Issued June 20, 1032. vice at 7 p. m. All welcome. Established 1835. GAY BROTHERS'
I ANDREWS The younger Lord Baltimore now made This is one of the most reliable 'houses '
JAMES preparations to colonize the new territory Owing to Illness, Archdeacon B. F, In Jacksonville.
t : Brown could not south to preach this
A ATTORNEY T-I\w. but It was not until November 1033:
week. If well enough; on Sunday, he
f. Main office and P. O. TIBBALS that a colony of 200 persons could be
will preach at St. Gabriel's Episcopal
collected for the long to Amer ,
Ofico open at Ft. Pierce on fcnd and 4th church, Titusville, morning and evening. PALATKA,, FLORIDA. ,
Fridays of each month. ion Meantime Cecil Calvert, or the "
1 N, Will practice In all the courts of the second Lord Baltimore, abandoned the Wholesale dealer inC
1JJ.4 7th Judicial Circuit. Idea of coming himself, and Instead sent For Sale-IMon Watermelon Seed We make a Special Feature of our I

his brother, Leonard In charge and to .. :t'r Dy :
act as governor of the new province.It melon between the Mail Order
The Eden Is a cross ,
I' To The Denf.A was at the Department.
I Rlverdale near capital
Rattlesnake and Kolb Ggm. Ships well. Buy your candy from the WholeSale -
where Leonard first his
,tii city, pitched Favorite melon 10. Northern markets.
J rich lady, cured of her deafness and tent fashioned\ and afterwards erected the old- Seed sold In any quanty.L. Candy House. Call or Knowing how difficult It is in some- localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
. } noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's octagonal house and barn, WILSON. JK. write for prices. CHEAP, families' can send us their orders with the assurance of having them BUM
: Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his which have ever since been occupied by 8p 10-17 Allendale, S. C. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory
A Institute, so that deaf people unable to deceudants of the Calvert family, In Address; We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and have

procure the Ear Drums may have them heir-looms this quaint and looking house are many flees Wanted. Corner of Madison and Adams StJ'., many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
relicts of bygone days.In .
r, free. Address No. 1134 The Institute
the barn .
is the fine old
near by
t < 780 Eighth Avenue. New York, N Y. family JACKSONVILLE, FLA : --
I carriage. just able to stand alone from
.'f. Correspondence Is Invited from those
tI t '

I :f,' For Salo. age.A be an trip interesting out there one by to street make car, connecting should along Large or the small coast quantities.having bees for sale. The Three Whys. E. A. WADDELL,

HER' Co.
f At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre you as it does and putting you in -
Fort Tierce Fin
10 tf Miami and Dade
City County -
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. touch with two hundred and fifty yearsof KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
". Cheap for cash, or will make liberal the slow unfoldment of our country's WHY with stale food, when can
) terms. Address, history and progress Hampton and Ills Cavalry buy the Southern Home Mocking you Bird Real Estate Bureau.
Food fresh every day at 25o per lb ; sent
i ( j2! Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla.Fancy One of the roost popular books ever Issued anywhere lOo extra to pay freight.
In this country. Every ok) soldier
; THE BUCKEYE SAILS. should have It. All historical scholar WilY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER -A select list of3ILy -
Piuenpplu, yips and. Suck. will him it. J. E. .Fultz Spruceblutf, when you can get a bottle of
1 '. ers for Sale. Fla., agent for lirevard county. 8p Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran ] iscnynC'PJ.'OI: >crty,
. The above fine houseboat, which had teed to cure for 50o.
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, been moored oil Tltusvllle's wharf for and WHY suffer from splitting\ HEAD- City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and Red several days, left, Monday, for Oak Hill, A Home ACHE when you Ian get a bottle
( Spanish Apply,toil New Smyrna and Daytoua, on a trip of a for Bale at Itargutn, of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast

p HADDOCK & MATTHAMS, few. weeks, when she will return to Indian cure you in short order for lOo.H. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
J f .. "Palm Beach Pinery," River On board were the follow. At Mlcco on Indian river, Flu., consisting )to THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS
: t West Palm Beach, Fla. lug: Mr and Mrs. T. A, Snider and Miss of 10} acres, a well built, two. La Villa Pharmacy, Fertilizers\ Chicago, 111. Chicago. IlL
Mabel Snider, of Cincinnati!; Mrs. Baldwin story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store '
; of l'hlladelpbland: Miss Mae building 18x32ft.: handsome front lawn, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Avenue D. over Bank MIAMI, FLORIDA. .._
Tho Orlnmlo Nurseries :::;;--
, ; Snider, of Chicago. Capt. R. I). Hoke, shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock; -
of Jeiisou. Is In command., and he U assisted 250 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit nr- Subscriber, your attention is drawnto E. MIMS:: : : CTr. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Offer for November and December do by Messrs. Willis Bossey and J. E. trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud; the name-and-date slip\ pasted] upon T
. livery 15,000) choice budded orange; rind Serry. Among those who were hospitably hOo young nursery stock; artesian well; your paper or wrapper. If you are ID -DlCALEUJN-
i grape fruit trees; are fouryoarsold; sour entertained by Mr and Mrs. Snider 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributedover arrears please remit.
orange stock. 6,000( sure bearing nit on Sunday afternoon, were Miss Annie place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples .
trees, Peach, l'lum,1'earand Persimmon Pnddlson and Messrs. E. I., Brady and ; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple -We want to draw the attention of t:3: =8
trees, all leading and best varieties Chas. H. Walton. Mrs. Inlder''who: plants; railroad station on west our numerous readers along the East ,1
t :!:iOOO camphor trees, imported seed. makes an excellent hostess-took much line of this place; tramway running to Coast and throughout the state in general '
1 Everything carried by tlrst-class nursery. pleasure In shovxlug us over the Buckeye, river front on the east. This place to be to the advts. of the live and energetic at
T Write for prices, to which Is certainly fitted up with every appreciated must; be seen. The very business men who are bidding fora
GKO.: II WIUOHT, comfort, and Is model of neatness In handsomest place on the river. The share of your patronage In the columns :.::) F
General Manager Orlando Nurseries. every respect: Besides bath rooms and land is of the best hammock. Orange of the ADVOCATE. If yon are in needof -
other conveniences, this comfortable and trees nearly all in bearing now. any particular line of goods, the pink
ht =r Reading notice ads. on this page cozy houseboat Is fitted throughout Apply to D. L. GAULDEN, Atty., paper will\ tell :you the best place to bay
are live cents per line per week. with gas Tltiuf IIU, Fla. them. Read the ads. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, DLACK'3MITUISG, ETC.til .

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