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 8, 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: UF00075918:00049
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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, you paid your. subscription -Father J. O'Boyletsagain In town ROBT. MOTLOW, COCOA, keeps In HUNTING AND FISHING ON that lie has )purchased the Boyce restaurant

If not, please do so. after an absence of several weeks. stock Murray Hill I. W. Harper, Seth In the Vaill block St. Augustine
Wakefield Old Mountain Dew Corn THE EAST COAST We wish him every success' in his new :'
Interest. ,
Topics of General -Attorney A. J. Lewis of Fort Pierce Miss Lula Bell lady ,
And a bright young Tennessee Sour Mash (Lincoln county) venture.Mr. ;,

was In town this week. from River Woodley hotel. is a guest of the Indian. and other first-clans brands. Mr. D. B. Pritchard brought In twenty and Mrs O. P. Huntington, form.

General Gossip In connection Please do not send down-river itemsto quail on Tuesday erly of the Conolly house, Miami, have "
i.Metr with Bl.c rn. BT, Lake Worth, Indian, this office later than Wednesday, -Mr. W. H. Peters and family of -We are sorry that our Eau Gallle Dr. Chas. G. Weld, of Boston, one of been In Jacksonville several days this .

I .B. and Halifax Rivers, Key Welt -Fruit and vegetable growers, have Brooklyn, N. Y., have arrived at their correspondence arrived too late for pub Canaveral Club's crack shots; arrived week. Mrs. Huntington Informs us that
B B winter home Now the duck
Mi all other Important Point along the you read the ad. of M. Lane & Son, New at Daytona. lication. We could make space, brother, here, Wednesday, en route to the club she lost all her furniture In the Miami '
had better look for Mr. Peters is
Bad Coast of ;Florida; Brief mention of York. on our 4th page? first-class shot. out, a but not hoursJto do the work in. house. hotel fire. .{

uwrwtlnK Events from Various Parts FOR GOOD AND PURE OLD RYE -Mr. Carl brother of of W. R. Smith and M. A. Ilappoldt, of Mr. George A. P. Kelney, a former 'ri
About People Ton Know Mrs. E. P. Porcher of Cocoa who Zapf, one ,
World: chief clerk of the Inn Palm Beach will ':
the ,
f Whisky, go to Robt. Motlow's, on the Jacksonville's\ merchants Mr. Joe Zapf St. Augustjno, went out to San Marco,
Picked ,
Don't Know- has been the
You spending summer very return to tho Rowland House
and People and returned with of Long 1
river front Cocoa. Monday, a bag
left West Palm Beach In June for Germany ,

Editor and a large cleft pleasantly with her sister, Mrs D. A. \
,.by Our Society thirty English snipe. Branch, N. J., next summer, rumors to
of Correspondents scattered along theE -Judge M. S. Jones, of this,place, has Blodgett: of Grand Rapids Mich., pass and returned to West Palm Beach the contrary notwlthlltnn! h:;. So says .

.,t Coast of Florida. been down at his Klondike orange grove ed through \ this week spending a few days. home. sea voyage.Mr York's crack shots, arrived lucre, Tuesday '
and boarded his houseboat, ROM Mr. Gilbert Farlntosh, cashier of the
THE ADVOCATE. -Mr. E. W. Hall and family have ALL TIlE LEADING BRANDS of Chas. N. Thompson, business Marie, which Boon nailed for the Haul Homestead hotel, Virginia Hot Springs, ,
of and Sells Bros.
moved into the recently-purchased cottage Wines, Liquors, cordials beers and manager Forepaugh'a who i Is also one of the winter stall
in advance. over canal where he Is having line sport
$1.50 per annum, 10 at the rear of the Grand View. Cigars will be found at Root Motlow's noted circuses, accompanied by Mr. W. and, fishing. Va.\\10 Florida 1 East Coast Hotel System .P
$1.00 six months, Saloon, on the river front, Cocoa, and H. English, of the same shows, arrivedat shooting still remains at the above noted Virginia "
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -The Indian River Band gave a per. nerved by the genial Dick Rocker. the Indian River hotel on Wednesday. Mr. Joe Jefferson and son, C. H. Jefferson resort, where ho receives the ADVOCATK;

When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE formance on the band stand last night, They are friends of Mr. W, II. McFar to whom we referred In last wcok'iADVOCATE weekly. ,f

by the year, it does not cost you which was very much enjoyed.Mr. County 'Supt. Jno. II. Sams, S. F. land, of this town., are at the Fort Pierce hotel,,

cents week, postage included. R. Gibbs, R. N Andrews, W.'H. Sharpe, M. \Fort Pierce, and are enjoying; the fishingon We are In receipt of Thanksgiving:
per "Serjeantson
three prominent S. Sams, Jno. N. Waller Jno. Houston, -Dr. and Mrs. F.. II, Houghton, who dinner from several hotels "
Note date of expiration printed upon pineapple grower, of Ilobe Sound, will J. F. Wooten J. C. Frink II. Richards, have been stopping; aboard; their house Indian River, having already made menus among
week. This for about the end of several largo catches. Mr.' C. II. Neal,, them one from tho Brown house, Gainesville i
leave thin ;
paper or wrapper every England W. E. Sams and other down-river peopleweie boat, Dentos, at West Palm Bench, for
your :No needfor the now of I the hotel, Un ncluhl managed; by Mr, .Jno. S. Do wen.
lea receipt for your money. month, 'on a visit to relatives in Liver- in this week. some' time past, have been !spending n manager
us to Fend receipt for subscription.The pool and other places. town few days In DytoOlOn Wednesday l h'lr of the JofYoiKon'n. mid I Cleveland's, onIliizzaids We rcgieta\ \uro unable to accept his :1.j

date gives it to you. -Mrs. M. E. Card!, who has some they stopped over here, and their many Bay, Mass, hulnir the 'inopilo' Invitation, l)? present. at the Humpt.u"f
-Captain and Mrs Benj. Hogg, who \ one dinner he c
property at Ankona, writeR us as follows friends were pleased to see them. They lor of the popular' men Cove hotel at guv
RIVER ADVOCATE is on have been on board their yacht E. C. L }.
The INDIAN from Cazenovla, :N. Y.: "As we are longing leave for Dade county this afternoon.' Onset, dining/ the summer. Mr.I .l. C. S. Tlmbcrlakc, late of Charleston .
the following news-stands, at five in port, for a couple of weeks or so, left '
sale at to see, or hour from 'God's country, S. C., and! Rock ledge; Fla., has
for Fort Pierce on Wednesday. This fine Dr. and Mis. Tucker
Henry are
: amonjt '
cents copyTitusvilleFred forward tho ADVOCATE for
per please
newsy loused )\ Almeilii hotel and
[ }\> : at Tampa,
S. Chaffee.. yacht has been put in first-class trim. I ho guests stopping at the Indian y
one year. -We hopo to see Mr. and The Miami Achore many / took eluiigo, December 1. The Alraorla '}

J. B. Screven. Messis. McComb & Co., 300 Washington Mrs. Card and daughter down here this River hlltelatthla place. They hail from has been for some time under the management )'

street, New York, write that winter. A rumor Is afloat that the strainer Philadelphia. Every day their out of Mr 1-.. V. Benson, who died .
the liver taking i
Roading notice ads. are ten cents Florida beaus will improve in price next -One of Jacksonville's well known Miami, of the Flctl'ldlEAst Coast :Moani- Mailing along. on This week they, have shot guns and a short llmo ago aWe

per line on this page.J. : week, as Charleston is through; shipping.Give merchants, Mr. Chas. N.; Welshans, has ship Line, is ashore near Fowey Hock, brought home 103: ducks, many of them acknowledge receipt of a' very neat "
them of New York and has been In that
ship- for about
B. Bours, of Bay street, Jacksonville part your moved to more commodious premises on position H falling to the uneuIng; arm of Mrs. Tuck little soml-llliisiiated folder of Nevins' '

has just received a large stock of ments.Read ad.They 4th can get you top prices East Bay street, opposite the Rathbun week. ur. Lust night\ they returned to the Intel Riverside! hotel, Men Itt, sent, us by that

and bean seed. on page. hotel. Among/ the many large ordersMr. with :35: duoks. Our l'hlladolphlaI'oadel's and well known Brooklyn

pea WE HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of I Welshans has filled of late, was one Married In Sanford. should make a note of this. banker and stockbroker, Mr. '1'. F. Nov-

-Miss Laura Sharpe, of City Point, the bust vegetable; land on the East I of paint from the A. V & W. Ry which -i Ins, the owner, As announced In a previous -
pent Thanksgiving in Titusville, returning sale has given great satisfaction. This speaks Last Saturday'morning a party of of tho S
; Coast for either rent or on easy Mr. Edward of Issue ADVOCATE, Mr. J. J.
home on Sunday.Miss well for his paint i Fitzgerald, Jr., Key three-two \ladles and a gentleman
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau West, was married to Miss Annie E. Wilkinson will have tho managementthis

Alice Hatter, of City Point: Gallie, Fla. -Dr. Thomas Blake Perry, of the Appleyard, of Sanford, on Tuesday mornIng started out for nn all-day's hunt returned, but winter.
to slight mishap they
owing; a ,
pent Thanksgiving in Titusville, returning -:Mr. C. F.: Hopkins, of St. Augustine United States Marine Hospital Service, at the Methodist Episcopal church, much earlier than they oxpctcd, for, Mr. II. E. Domls who w ns the Managerof

home on Saturday last. was among; the passengers; who who has been in town during: the past South, Sanford. The happy pair left for while crossing a stream some eight 01 the Hotel !loyal Vlctotla last winter (

IOU WILL FIND PJJRE'and Unadul- passed through Titusville, Sunday, en month or so, purchasing supplies for Key West after the ceremoney, stoppingover len foot 'di
terated,old Corn Whiskey at route to Havana, in the interest of his the government yellow fever camp atlast In a short while en route. The but the weight In the buggy: being too j by some of his staff, for the 'l

ROBT. MOTLOW'S, Cocoa. book descriptive of the Florida East Miami, left here, Saturday morning bride is the charming daughter of EditorT much for It to stay on top, It went down, purpose uf attending; to the preparations sr

Coast, Nassau and Cuba. for Baltimore, Md., where he was orderedto J. Appleyard, of the Sanford Chronicleand consequently the,three passengers; took neresitailly 1' (, tho opening of tho ;j
-Mr;D.-L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, go by the authorities Washington. Key West Inter-Ocean. Mr. Apple. bath. Ouo-of the Colonial nnd Royal! Vlctoilu!: Hotels, both
who has been at Tampa and other pointsfor -Mr. E. O. Morgan, the well-known Dr. Perry is a right jovial fellow, and yard and son accompanied the bride and nn impromptu she enjoyed it all, with youngladies the of which will be under hU management,

about three weeks, returned homeon cattle owner, of Bassenger, was in town while in Titusville made many friends, groom: to Key West, their future home. exception Buys of ruining her hunting skirt say tho Nassau Guardian. We are Informed -

Friday last. a short while on Friday last, on his way who will\ be pleased to see him here The happy pair have the hearty congratulations while the other infused to bolnttH'vlowed] by Mr. Bemis. that the Royal 0
home from Tampa and other places, The ADVOCATE follows him to and best wishes of the Anvo-
Thanksgiving again. Victoria will||| ho, opened <>n Christmas
-Miss Susie Gladwin spent where he had been attending to business. on the subject. Auk our genial postmaster
in Titusville, with her parents, lIe said he felt' anything; but; well, and Baltimore.On CVTE. about It. Day, and tho Colonial!: pg Iho UMli January ,t

returning to her school duties at Ban- to return homewards.We .'' our fourth page will be found next, I"1;
was glad
yan on Sunday.Mr. the new ad. of White & Walton, com- CHURCH NOTICES. Mr..A. R. Gladwin, of Plttsfleld, MASS., Miss Tloilliii RufTner, tho talented and .{

Hall acknowledge receipt of a copy of mission merchants, Jacksonville. This and his guide, Henry Holton, left for the popular); manager of the Bureau of InforntstlonaridDirectoryleneraldepartment
G. Levett, of Packington the Jamaica Daily Telegraph, from Mr. i in a very reliable firm, and the attentionof llaulover on last Friday: morning, to ( a
Lichfleld, England, has returned home G. Lontrel Lucas who is in King GEOBOIANA The with his small trout line and
now our readers throughout; the state is -Quarterly meeting. practice of tho International Express Co., New
wards, after,spending! about three Jamaica. Mr. Lucas was formerlya services of the fourth eel. They having had a glorious
ston, drawn to their ad. White & Walton are quarterly meetingwill report ) York,whom we had the pleasure of meeting
on his pineapple plantation at Jensen.Dr. and well-known resident of D. V. be held In the M. E. Church time succeeded in cnpturlng
prominent making a specialty of fancy fruit and having in Hotel Ponce do Leon, !St.: Augustine -
Burgess, a well-known' yellow Eden, Fla.! where he owned a fine pine- produce, and they are-like most live Sunday, Dec. 17. Preaching morning thirty sea trout, most of them large ones, lust ", Inter,wrltclI: tll'lenllollend the

lever expert, was a passenger on Mon- apple plantation.Our business men-bidding for a share of and evening by Presiding Elder L. L. and one channel bass, weighing nearly ADVOCATE: to my now olllce, which run

day's southbound train. He informed' an correspondents! will oblige us public patronage in the columns of the Fisher. twenty pounds, all captured with thin\ through from Broadway to Fifth Avenue,

ADVOCATE representative that he was by sending; their items to this office not ADVOCATE. Turn to page 4 and read TITUSVILLE-Services In the Presby rod and small silk line. It tookiiver an between 22nd: and 2.1ul: street The ./._- -r-
on his way to Miami. their ad. hour to land the big bass as he proved to pink paperjs enjnye4'.emuch:! and It
later than Wednesdays. We cannot possibly tartan church Sunday, Dec ]OJ; Sunday and
led their boat
bo a good fighter "
WE of Insert items that arrive here Thurs school at u:5: a. m., preaching at II Is a great help to mo. -We wish Miss
HAVE at Delray (Linton), some -Do you need something! : goofi"for: buck und forth through the canal five or
the best vegetable land on the East day afternoon,'as we go to press at eight; Christmas-something you will not be subject, Future Punishment;" song six times before giving' up. AI 01111"' RulTnor every success In her One nowofllcon. ;

Coast for either rent or sale on easy o'clock Friday mornings.: Eau Gallte, ashamed to offer your friends? Thengo and pralso service at 7 p. m. All wel- It. R. Gladwin, of the Southern Express .

terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau Palm Beach and Daytona arrived too to John B. Tognl's, 123 East Bay come. Co., and E. C. Hedlyn, of 1'lttslleld, Stop at the Seminole hotel, when visitIng ,
Gallic, Fla. late for this issue. street, Jacksonville. Major Tognl one Willis Crook West Palm' Beach. It Is under the i
Archdeacon B. F. Drown will hold Mass, with as guide, ac.

-Mr. R. II. Rose, the popular and talented -Mr. Jos. R. Stein of the wellknownreal of the largest importers of choice wines, divine service In St Gabriel's Episcopalchurch companied them sportsmen, and succeeded &able niunngo/nent who have of Mesdames made considerable Uurnliarn i I

managing editor of the St. Augustine : estate firm of Clock & Stein, New liquors and ales In Jacksonville. If you on Sunday, Dec. 10, at 111m.. In bilnglng down from twenty- Soiigle,
In the house and whose "I
Evening Record, was a pleasant ,York,and a subscriber to the ADVOCATE wish to sample that which you wlsli to and 7:30: p. m.Sour five to thirty line ducks. They returned improvements sand
chief aim Is cleanliness first-class table
caller at this office He was was in town short while on Saturdaylast purchase step into the sample room. Tltusvlllo\ much pleased with tho sport a '
Tuesday. '
wel- jl
Hatcher the studying of the comfort and
There will find Mr. T. K. ,
Eden. lIe you i they Lad
on his to Palm Beach. en route to was accom- -
way Oranges Wanted. fare of those who patronize this hotel
who I.
Mrs. A. W. Weeden of' New a most obliging: young roan, ever i
panied by ,
-Prof. Chas. B. Cory, and wife, of York, who went to Eden for the purposeof ready to attend to your wants.. Like most sensible and wlde.aw"kehotel 1 I

Boston, have been in Jacksonville all the looking at the Robinson residence and M. J. Taylor and A. Y. Pear I want to buy a'carload of sour oranges, The Detention Camp Closed proprletorll'Iloug the East Coast, the .' +
above ladles bidding for share of
week. wilt arrive here In barrels. /State lowest cash
They probably price per
pineapple plantation with a view to proprietors of the ostrich farm laFalrfleld -
today to-morrow their 'way to son, barrel. Address: public patronage on 4th page. Read lira ,
Canaveral or ; on purchase.Mr. Jacksonville, left, Monday, for Doctor L. D. Fricki, A. R. Hagan andF. advt.
Club on a short visit. where will meet their A R. PAXON, the United State Marino
Joe Jefferson, the veteran actorto Havana, they 413 W. Bay it, II. Peck, of The ADVOCATE Is informed that the
-Miss Ida R. Bates, who taught schoolin whom we referred at some length In partner. Homer Methot, of Boston, to Jacksonville, Fla. Service, who have been at the Miami Plant[ System of Hotels will open this }
Titusville for many seasons, is now after consider the wisdom of establishing an yellow fever detention camp for sometime
last week's ADVOCATE- spending: season a* follows: Tampa Bay hotel,
at Champaign, 111., where she will remain few days at the Indian River hotel, ostrich farm In or near Havana, II mllar past, were among the passenger on A. E. Dick January
a Tampa, manager,
She still has fond to that already located In the metropolis For Sale. / '. northbound train. Dr. Frlcks
some a
for Fort Pierce
left Saturday for two
Titusville, informed [ $5 per day, special late )
Informed ADVOCATE that had J16 J\
Pearson an they just
remembrance of Indian River and its Mrs. our reporter '
and Intermediate points. was accompanied weeks longer Hotel Bellevlew Be}-
or ; ,
residents. representative that she was also going; to closed the detention and he was
by his son, Mr. C. B. Jeffer- husband and that The most desirable property In the camp while faire, W. A. Barron, manager, January ,j,
with her n.o.
they his to Washington
Ilrvana on way ;
-Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunnicut, of St. son. It was Mr Jefferson's idea to visit there all the winter center of Rocklndge, on Barton avenue; Doctor Hagan and Pock said they were 15, $:1.60' per day, $21: per week and upward '

Augustine, who has been on a month's Mr. Snidnr, of the houseboat Buckeye, may stop consisting of five acres covered with to New Orleans. The doctor said ; Seminole hotel, Winter Park, O. !

vacation in North Carolina,have returned which was In decide Lagoon, but CHECK thrifty orange trees, also two cottage going: had enjoyable time while at the r,. Frisbee, manager, January 15, $J.rO
nome. Mr. Hnnnicut is occupying his he afterwards to try the tithing WE WILL FOR ONE thereon. Apply to detention They were a per day, $21 per week and upward; Ocala ,' I

'old position as conductor on an F, K.!: C. further south. dollar and twenty-five cents per crate WM. M. MKUWIN.: Milford, Conn. trio of camp. : physicians. very louse, Ocala, Phil. F. Brown,
By. passenger train. for all good beans shipped us by all After Nov. 20tb, Rocklodge, Flo.Wanted. jovial young open the year round, 1.60 per day, $21per

rail express, up to December llth. week and upward; Hotel Klsulmmee
-Mr. W. o. Gilmore, one ,of Jensen's Cottage for Kent. McComb & Co. Isslmmee, II, DlerTenbaoh, lessee now

prominent pineapple growers: has been Commission Merchants, New York. AMONG THE HOTELS. open, $j per day, $10 per week and upwaid I
enjojiug a visit of several days in Jack On of the most desirable cottages; on ; Port Tampa Inn, Port Tampa, j'

ooville this week.<< He has Just completed the East Coast, located at Melbourne; and Experienced party In stock raising (VniciiE: to itop. See list of hotels on 5. II. McGowan, manager, open the year '
the covering of several acres olMa overlooking the Indian River, next doorto Empty our 7th pages.The round, Euiopean plan.
with to start a
wants partner
pineapple plants. Hotel 'Carleton; one story and large .
large attic; wide porches; contains par- For ale. Address, cattle ranch In South Florida; beat 1 oca- ADVOCATE I II now on file at all Merrill's Hotel Rathbun, Jacksonville, f

lor dining-room: library and two bed- WALTKR A. Mooue::, cation In the state. Address, the best hotels In New York city II already meeting with much success a*

For Sale, Cheap, rooms, all completely furnished, IncludInz 30feb 8 George St., Chal'leliton, /8. C. W.. euro ADVOCATE, Where to stop In Tltusvllle. See ho tourist resort, although It bait only been
Titusville Fla. short while. The Rathbun U
usedas opened a
Attic be
and china can
The sloop, Edna; length S2fr; beam, bedroom silver also. Bath is supplied\ with A Jlurgnln.: tel; and boarding house advts., on 7thpage nicely situated, and command an excel-

lift ti; head mom in cabin. A capital hot and cold water, Artesian water in A Beautiful Winter Homo [ view of the St. Johns River An ':f.16nt

cruising boat. Address, bath and OD lawns. Range In kitchen. For sale, at C-a, on Indian River Do you want to purchase a hotel and ADVOCATE: representative, who was a

"'-':J] M. B. Buiixs, Canaveral, Fla. Out-bouses and cistern. Fur the season, Florida, a fine residence, and the schoon sale east side of ;cottages K you do, read ad. on 7th guest. of this popular hostelry the first
For cheap, on ,
very the week noted that the house had
three of i
less that stand
month not page.
Home on
( Seminole.
$200; per er-yacht Kobe Hound, Indian River: opposite recently been thort,uglily renovated and i
AXTED, a bus must be (In good months' lease given; ), $:JO. prominent point overlookin2lndian River store, pflstol1lce and exprellolllce; about The Fort Pierce hotel, Fort Pierce, Is refitted throughout. Tho dining room 1
; Hotel Carle-
shape and at a reasonable price. Apply to F. Robertson, ; )has Itift: ft river front; 2 blocks north 15 acres, 39(1\ ( ft. river and Atlantic ocean open for the season under the manage with Its tine tnow-whltollnen, sldverantlclubs \
Melbourne, Fla.; or to W.JJarnes, main of town on shell road call. who conduct the 'i
Address II. ton of part front; seven rooms, bath and screened ment of C. II. Neal, looks tlculaily attractive. Tha '
Sea Breeze p., o., Fla. 17:13, Q Street, Washington, D. C. ed Palmetto avenue, contains 0 rooms verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill Glen Cove hotel, at Onset, Man, during office In In charge of Mr Dalton, former.

and bath, sewered to the river, verandaon and large tank Good wharf and ware the summer months ly of Hotel Windsor; and he Is ably as. ",
wall and
three sides, flint' clans: sea house; also 4-room bath-hoise on ocean slated Mr. Hunter another popular
house DeLand of ( by ,
The Putnum one
ground /
Launch For Sale. To Kent, boat house; about It acres bearing{ 25 boxes; beach, }mile from rc ldence. Cocoanuts the most comfortable hotel I In the south, hotel man, who has hosts of friend. Mr.
orange trees, 30 trees and ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated '
opened to the traveling public on Moo- Joe Lorrimer Is the obliging young night 4
In first-clans condition bar- of oranges last year. booklet, price etc., to number arrival clerk Edward J, WaUh, steward; and
running ; Comfortably furnished house In Henderwnvllle Yacht i Is 50 feet on keel, 22 feet beam, Jay, with quite a ; '
wn. Dimension overall 3 2 CHAR. H. SEKJEANTHOBT, the genial Mr Lou Cuhn ha charge,:: of "I'
3d feet full particularsaddress
: ; N. C, For Inches
feetkeel; OJ feet beam 28 Inches draft, draw aft 20 Inches, forward 14 all, :Ml! Jackson Building Mr. Sam Brndy, who managed the the cigar. and now stand, billiard room
; deck
aft'' 10 foot centerboard promenade 'f. Nashville\ Tenn. Seminole hotel Went Palm hunch, some and carriages. There U a (Irst-clasgrill .
"Or8e powepDalmler motor speed,,
; II. TWTFOBD, Atty. around eablned with 7sUte rooms, large and the Travelers
latterly i
sheet ago attached to the hotel and
and cafe ]
ing 8 miles an hour; has large carry r*6. Box 161. Hendenwnvllle, N. C. ,galley:: closets, store room, refrigerator, Jacksonville, ha resigned to take charge com are ably .j S
these department
canopies capacity for passenger or freight; 0 etc, and Is completely furnished, anrll.| TltiiJivllle' Laundry.Mrs. of n, liquor business a l I'll Park row, managed separate Mr. O. Diamond, The .;.1 ,
and seated from stem to stern,, Florida by
convenient yacht In friend ,
the most York. Ills Florida
the New numerous Cha A. Merrltt I is LIre. ;Ji
and latter cushioned. Fittings; anchor t The Bail Mateo Cigar, water Will loll residence, yacht etc., Oeo. Cook of Tltuivllle, Is now regret to tee him leave, but hope be will proprietor and Mr. where and certainly, dome
cables all complete and la good prepared to do laundry work of every .the East Coast'of Florida.Mr. there every ..
bargain. to
order. at a Lie igaio return his bet to give his guest a glad el-
For full and price, All work guaranteed J
to description.
I particulars
! further
Florida' Tobacco, Write for Ifn'we' tormef and make them feel a* If they
All Pure
i apply by letter to O. M. Ilcrrojr, Leave your washing G. F. Duren'* Orange! a proprietor como, "
: IT. MACIIATTIE.' East Coast Grown them. 203 State street, Chicago, IlL corner ,tor*, opposite ADVOCATE office. of the Holly Inn, Daytona, write us were In "a home from buu ,

1 Ilobe Sound, Dade Co., Fla 1 1t Xo better made; try


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r' PE' PLE 'OF THE DAY. r You may run away from hydrophobia, SEED POT TOES.
A. Aced Hcvralt.A '
because yuaJ .tn see it coming -in the

1 1I T Et Kentucky farmer 70'years old CIf'r..1n't'Dr..1.' ;'' aDd the membership frotl''...? tongue 'and tbe snapping jaw .

IA lately became a convert to MomonUmami T the Coi ogntlnnsl) cburrb of*ne mad dog; But the diseases which

I .: departed for Utah, his aged wife carry off ,the greater part of mankind
will watch with In.errof the
I walking with him fire miles to the progressof there's no running away from. They ark Rose $3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write
railway station to ibid him a cheerful Central (Congregational church,. TopekA stealthy, Insidious and Improved for tq

b and contented, iroodby. She did not under the (changed Apostolic come; as a thief in. the monlals from largest potato planters Florida.
i ; s Creed. Rev. Charles M. Sheldon li night

9\ pC r make In a scene the faith and of adjure bis fathers him to and remain pastor of Central church. and It was: Six per cent. of the daily' ; Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always In stock. Write for price it.

through his Influence that the creed i, deaths are due to con- .
the boHoni of 'his old home, but sped
sumption. The name of L, CAMERON. Seedsman
changed. Mr. Sheldon
t was saye.'new ,
:, ,
him on his going forth with pious alacrity the disease suggests the 1

and resignation. At bis age, he horror of emaciation, the 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
I: z will be lucky if he gets a orsnoa dlfe labored breathing, the

4 worthy to unloose the shoe Latchets of ., ". hectic color, the. nigbt.w -
his old though trial she mightbe ts ,which mark the
of the
1 equally ready to let him go. a struggles daily
t weakening
.. To those with weak 1VIA.H BROS.

Miss Florence King of Chicago baa lungs obstinate, lingering cough, bron- .

been appointed commissioner of deeds chitis, and kindred ailments which, If Wholesale Dealers v+ In

s ito for Alaska. She Is the first woman to neglected, lead on to consumption, Dr.

hold ofllce In that territory.! Her com Piert e'8' Golden Medical 'Discovery GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,
fort mission Is from the 'governor John R. brings hope, help and healing.: Its ,

o ._ .. Brad,. Miss King will be stationed In cures, have been many' and 'marvelous,, I '
--- ------ Thousands who had lost have
? hope, 133 East Street and 0 and Newman Street
Sunrise City, on Cook Inlet; one of .* 131 And Hay ,
1 I found a permanent cure In Colder .
PRINTING WITHOUT INK. the southern bays ten days' out from Medical Discovery." JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Mark "Last spring I wrote you
Electrically Chit rued<< Type

J- Sperlnllr I'reimrrd Pnprr. Miss Klumpke, to whom Rosa Bon-. \N which In regard at that to my time health was ,' ;) ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES I IN THE CD!
trade.t have withIn very poor, writes Mrs.
The English papers beur left all her'large fortune, has decided Mettle M. Barnes, of Garfield ,

the' past six months devoted considerable to share half of It with the deceased Pawnee Co., Kansas. '

space to the discussion of print. painter's relatives, who were I affection."My trouble was bronchial spitting We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow PM,<

4 Ing without ink A subject which Las disinherited. All the paintings and other r of blood Symptoms almost every guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed we Wt

valuables left by Rosa Oonbeur will morning for five years, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
rt Considerable Interest to nil who are shortness of breath, rawnd
whether consequently be sold, and the proceeds 'tagv. sore throat, loss of trength, at times almost MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, F1a.nr .
tngagod In making books,
loss of voice, in fact I
will be equally divided. I' irregular periods- thoughtI We only Sell to Dealers
,they bo paper makers, printers or CHARLES 101. EHEUXT! was surely going into consumption.: I consulted
you and you advised me to give Dr.
,' publishers. The ImsU of this schema- Potato pudding Is easily prepared and of the essential features of the creed Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a trial whichI

;' Is an Invention for printing by an i!vi makes n !good and desirable addition was sacrificed In making the change. tles.of did, and'Golden with happy Medical results Discovery': fused and two health bot- : IB ILTT.LV & co.
c reacts.
trlcal process, the patents c6vi-, to roast be('(. Chop one-half cup of Obsolete words have been left out, and returned a* I uvd the tnrdiHne. I have only
the language used Is simpler than In raised blood three times since I began using it. IN
l which have been acquired by nji suet with three raw potatoes to a degree My periods are regular strength returned, andI DEALERS -
of fineness. Season this withpepper the old form. am almost a new person. know of a lady "VV1.n.es
B Usb corporation.From XXDLC3-: 'Ll.q: :
P1.n.e \lars
Rev. Mr Sheldon Is famous as the that was cured of consumption by this same :
what can be gathered I'm.. salt and any preferred spice. Golden Medical Discovery,' and she always "
author of "In Ills Steps" and otherChristlali sings its praise" 417, Jt 410 W. Bay St.,
I Stir In !flour for thickening and boll
, .
lit' .
various printed uceouutu, ( pni.
novels. Over halt million
for three lionrn I In a bag. a Some dealers may*offer you a "just asgood JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.
by this method IH effected! without II.. of his books have been sold. An un- medicine in place of Dr. Pierce's,

use of Ink In any form. l h y simply bringing A Frightful BlunderWill usual feature connected with Mr. S hel- because there's more profit in the sale of :'; lUONONGOIIELARye

\,; the plate In contact with chemically don's novels In the manner of their In the substitute. If any dealer thinks

\ ts',;4',. damped paper' Ilui'u..1111, wood or often cause a horrible Burn, Cut, troduction to the world. lIe has generally more of his profit than of your patron-

I ,. other material/ the result living good!, Scald or Bruise. Bucklen'ft Arnica Salveis read them, a chapter each Sunday age, he's not entitled to your trade. *!
., clear Impression the deuxlty of which the best in the world, will kill the pain to his congregation/ before turningthe

f can \lI'lctlllti deulred. The print obtained and promptly heal It. Cures old !sores, copy over to his publisher. Blaster's Sale.UrmER 1 .
fever sore, Ulcers, Dolls, Felons Corns, d Delivered to
this, rcHcuiuleM In'cJearneHS
t by proccKtt .e
all skin eruptions.! Best Pile Cure on '
.', a copperplate or lltho-engrav-/ earth. Only 25: cts a box. Cure euaran.: Connie Gllchrlit Going Blind. ANn BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE ANY PART OF TIlE STATE FOR

ing, and. Is obtained In a more simple teed. Sold by F. 8. ChalTee, druggist. A sad fate has overtaken the once and sale entered in the Clr, '
for Brevard Florida, In $3.20.
CUlt Court County
a", manner than by 1I'ltl'r'III"| '!!" printing. brilliant' and beautiful Connie GIl- a certain cause therein depending, wherein .. .

> )', The ordinary printers' type blocks, Sharks were 'almost unknown In the cllrlst. who about eight years ago became Helen Walton et al.,are complaints acid!: Wit.will i .., PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID
" Ham H. H. Gleason, et al.,are defendants I
, : I forms, stereotypes or electvotypen! constitute Adriatic until the Suez Canal was opened a peeress of the realm by her sell at public auction to the highest and belt jiI

; '. In themselves ii suitable print and marriage with the impoverished Earl bidder for cash, on the vtf p Miami Rye, $4, per gallon.
the harbors'of Flume
. ing surface and! rosy be used In a similar of Orkney, the late Duke of Beaufort FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. idOO, .. Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.

,:' f r{ way merely coming Into contact Pola are so Infested with them that officiating at the ceremony In the role in front of the Court House Door in Tltnsvllle, + rt Lewis 66 Rye, $-1. per gallon
house of sale, the following "'"' '
during the It-eal "
h with the damped paper to form the residents no longer bathe in the open sea. of her father and giving her away, for described; real estate situated in Brevard County Rye and Corn $1.50 to $2.50 per gallon

print. I hear that she Is becoming stone blind Florida, to-w.it: Mount Vernon Rye, IS tr, fcj per gallon
All of the N E +{ of Section 20, Township 27,
The chemical additions to the pnper My son has-been troubled for years and that all efforts to avert the loss of South Range 37 East, excepting 8.47 acres now
tl i with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I owned by Wm Treutler in the Northeast cornel
: which make It susceptible to the electric her sight have proved fruitless. She tN'
I persuaded him to take some of Chamberlain's of said tract, des crIb.a in Deed Hook "Y" at '
,I. current ore to be added to the pulp was obliged last winter to give up her 272. D.LGAULDEX,
and Diarrhoea page
Colic Cholera
t. and are said to be so chcnp aa to cause UotiK'dy. After, using two bottles of the favorite pastime of hunting, the only Special Master.Master's John B Stetson University

;, i' no appreciable Increase In cost. The 23-cent size lie was. cured. i give this thing that brought her Into any degree ,

't- paper does not depreciate by keepingin testimonial, hoping: some one-similarly of social contact'with the people of the Sale.UNDER .

t !:, stock and can be supplied to the Afflicted may read It and be benofitted. country, on account of her being una ,

;i. printer In the usual form of flat reams THOMAS C. DOWER Olencoe, O. For ble to see. and has just returned froma AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE DELAND, FLORIDA.

and In reels. It la the intention of the sale by all druggists and medicine deal- trip to South Africa, where she bas' and sale entered in the Clr:
t cult Court for Brevard Co. Fla..ln a certain ,
;f' patentees to grant licenses on moderate is. been since the spring. Her' position is cause therein depending.wherein John L. Stark .\

I t!. terms to paper makers, so that there not altogether a happy one, for she has is the complainant, and W. H. H. Gleason et al -. .. ...

I t I. will be no necessity for changing\ the That Throbbing: Headache no children has cut adrift from'all her are the the defendants.highest and best I will bidder sell at for public cash,auctionto during --.r--.9---: Itto ttm r

+ usual source of supply. The saving tot Would quickly leave you, if you used friends 'and associates of the theatrical the legal hours of sale,on the :.'"<> .-, JI...,.,.,....'

?t", those who adopt electrical printing will Dr. King's New Life Pills Thousands profession and Is kept at arm's length FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. 19uO,, .- ....:".f. .".):'l'J, :..'f..\ftt>.,'.. '

:,' be, primarily In the. cost of the Ink and of sufferers have proved their matchless by the society of the county in which In' front of the Court House door,Titusville,, .. ." .' ",.:,.fJ".t'\:; ; >:1q". .,
real estate
Florida, the following: described ,, ..A "
and Nervous Headaches. .
,j : in time and labor. merit foj Sick she, has made her home, a county in I situated In Brevard County, Florida, to-wltt >,;i! .,!: .r4!
h It Is claimed that nil printing presses They make pure blood and strong nerves which her husband's relatives, by the' Commencing at a post on the Section line be-: '.: ';-'.,:
and build up your health. Easy to take. tween Sections 8 and 9 in Township 27, South -.1.
now In use can be adapted at a small Try them. Only 25 cento. Money backIf bye, abound, which, of course, makes Rand 37 East,8 M chains south of the quarter .
forelectrical( The from thence run North Gab East!: ': _,i
Inkless printing. section
t cost not cured. Sold by F. S. Cuaff.ee, things more awkward still.-Washing- 4.24 chains post;thence 'Xorthl5: West 60 links, ."
only changes will be to leave oil the druggIst. ton Post. thence North 74 degree and 30 si-conos. East

rollers and all movable parts of thei 13.60 chains to Indian River, tbence southerly
Churchill' Son Prisoner. along the river to the Nortl east corner of land
inking arrangements, It a thin sheet A woman In London makes her living Lady a now, or formerly owned by Mrs. Best-ie Snell, a 3i .
of tine rolled zinc around the cylinderas The son of an American woman has thence South 72 degrees and 80 seconds West
a conductor, connect: the negative by washing cats &<<&& tl:111Lgl'4: won glory in South Africa, though he': 13.00 chains, thence North 220, West 70 Units., ,
chains to the section
and positive poles from the electrical When tea was first carried to Englandthe .. is now a prisoner of the Boers.. Lieu- thence line South,thence wso.North on said section line 3.87

n supply of the press and it will be leaves were eaten. .._;;;;; cyst; ; tenant Winston Churchill, whose mother chains land King to the situated point of In beginning Lots 1 and 2 of Said Section tract of 9.

ready to print. The same electric mo- Railway wheels made of leather have Lady Randolph Churchill was formerly Township 27, South Range 37 East,and contain-. For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Bega

Mt tor'that drives the printing press will' been with in France. Miss Jerome of New York, un- lag 7.67 acres more or less. ,
Also I ots 1 and 2 of Section 27, Township 27,
also supply the current for printing.,1 .- South Range 37 East,containing M IW acres, except October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
rulJlI bers' Weekly. 7 acre off the north end of Lot, 1, and III!
As a cure for rheumatism Chamber- acres off the south end of Lot 2; the tract to be !

t lain's Pain Balm is gaining wide repu sold containing;34.50. acre College, Academic Normal, Art and Mnsme Departments. Largo, commodious

1 The Name MoKlnlrr.MacBctabad tation. D. K. Johnson, of Richmond, P.LGAULDEN.
Sll8clalll1aster. Dormitory buildings with perfect sanitary arrangement artesian water, etc.,
MacFlulegh, king of Iiid., has boon troubled with that ailment

' 9Y'I Scotland for 17 years from 103'J. was since 1802. In speaking: of It he says: curing perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2
membe "I never found anything that would relieve NOTICE.
: the best known of the ancient
traIned and teachers. Send for full
me until I used Chamberlain's Palo experienced Catalogue containing
named McKlnle .
.' family now ,)
t knows the name "MacReth," or Balm. It nets like magic with me. My TV" OTICE I thereby given that 1e l Is the Inteni Address.< J. F. FORBES, President.
/, foot was swollen and paining mo vel'Ymuch \ tin, of the Florida Union Telegraph and
I \ "Macbeth, us It was anglicized by but one good application of Pain Q fv TelephrtnB Company to'apply to the Governor
Klorhla the 15th day of
of the State of on
Shakespeare "
tree'would Balm relieved me. For sale by alt euember[ A. 1>. 1899,to alter and !amend. Usclmrter FOR $3.20.
President family
druggists and medicine dealers.In >
i as toll>wst .
s t, make Interesting reading. Hereis 1st. By adding Section 2 to Article :3, of said

a mere scrap of the genealogy of some towns of Germany the telephone charter Section fO that. The the c same l'ltillltock will read of as sail follows Corpora.tins t Sent to us by Express, postoflice order or New York .Exchange, we will

r some of his forefathers; "Mc l'athnc is Introduced by tobacconists as may: be Increased to a sum not to exceed send youby Express, JIIARUE& PREPAID.,

McPlnlasic: ("McKlnley"), McKcarchar 5500,000.00. '
an additional attraction to customers. Vnd. Amend Article 4 so that the same will FOUR FULL QUARTS
("Farquhar8on"i) McFenradalg, Mc- read 811 follows: '
..l li'ergulIl"I"'rgu80n"( )., Anyone who buys a cigar may, it he desires ARTICLE IV ,
stork of $5.00000 being
All the aforesaid
Gllllocallum Mac an Ollalnih (whichIs speak over the tobacconist's. In fully paid up l>y the foregoing: aud above des- Of the Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old
ihe stockholders of said $5,
distinctly resembling strument. cribedproperty ;
something .00.00 of stock ..hRUuot be personally liable, and
."William McKinley") was a poet of ---...---- said stork of *IIt1(10.00( shall not be assessable. Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

the sixteenth century. Here are two fur: any purpose whatsoever. ,
Article 7 of the charter
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble 3rd. Amend and change)
r variants of the Name, jllciillum m'yu- LIEUTENANT WIXSTON CHURCHILL. of said Corporation so'" read as follows
'' nolaig" and "UUIIcaUuiii m'yn olle;" and Don't Know it. ARTICLE VII. ship in PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid all COB&od
a -."--- dertook to get fo Ladysmlth from Est- The hichtest am'lIIutof indebtedness to which merit. get It and test it, If it is not satisfactory, return it at OUR EXl'ENSE
; in modern Gaelic Gllllocallum Mac ant How To Find Out court through the Boer lines' on an the said Corporation can at any time subjei t It- your $3.20: will cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey Is as good as any $3.00 goods in the !market
r Ollaifflli, which signifies Malcoui. the self is 6260ooo.lX), and the Corporation may We are close at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY!: than distant houses, we ban
Fill a bottle or common glass pith your armored train. Lieutenant ChurchillIs mortgage and bond its aud such other been! doing business this city and at the same stand for over 15 YEARS, and as to our i' '
11 Bon of the chief "bard" or the 'physi l- water and let it stand. twenty-four hours; a of the Fourth hussars but 'went to property| as It may pure property construct to secure TOX8IBIUTY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here or W

rt clan." The name has been modernized sediment or set South Africa\ as correspondent of the Its'imlebtedners. amendments be editor of this paper.
1 4 into two forms. "McKlulay" (of which tling indicates an Which said alterations and were SOLOMON & LEVI
London Dally Post. lie went with adopted by the unanimous vote of allot the ,
m u McKinley Is a corrupt spelling/ ) and"Mclnally. I unhealthy condition detachment of the Dublin fuslleers stockholders of said Corporation at a meeting 1928 & 1930 First Avenue,
a the 6th day of No.
of the kid lelct at Titusville,Florida on ALA.
if It stains and Durban volunteers on the ext renilwr 1D9V, for the purpose of altering and P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM,
The .crest of the McKlnlcys (McKIn- neys; chatter
U linen It Is pedttlou which ended so disastrously. ""FLORIDA AND COS
lays) Is an armed arm holding a branch your UNION TKUCOKAPII NOTICE-We pay Express Charges: to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS. '
U "Not evidence of kid The train was taught In a trap laid by 10novllt TELEHIONK COMPANY.Executor's PANY," but to points on lines of other Express Companion, we prepay only to points w
anil the motto
of olive, family ney trouble; too the Boers four miles south of Cpleuso Southern Express Company transfers to Bald other Expreao Company. .'
t Too Much. -New York Press. frequent desire to Jet ulied and terribly battered by the Notice.

industry .... pass it or pain (In tire from ambushed batteries. A fierce
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the back Is also Eight followed, but the small English siren H. A.HODGES.
# D, llansz, a farmer of Georgia. convincing proof that the kidneys and blad Is to all whom It may ...
force was finally overpowered, but not NOTICE that six months from this date
thinks be has stumbled on a new In. der are out of order the undersigned will present to non DL. Manufacturer of
before the engine and tender the
dustry. "From 18 melons," be say, What to Do. Oanlden. County Judge of Brevard county,
- f: "weighing from 20 to 25 pounds' we There is comfort In the knowledge so train had been backed by the derailed Florida,his Anal report accounts and vouchers, ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
for discharge
often curs loaded with wounded and sent ocether with his petition
r' made two gallons and one pint of sirup. expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- tcutor of the last will and testament of Emily ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange: Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crate''
Root the back to Estcourt. Churchill and the
great kidney fulfills
remedy every A. ,deceased i(
We cut the melons In halves, cut out Reynolds building
f I I I wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the utters who remained behind were made I Dat4 d at Fort Pierce, Florida,this 8th day of Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or locate
the pulp, ground it In a cider mill and back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part prisoners by the Boers. I June,A.D. 1890.\ any part of Florida, would do well to waste for prices., The saw mills are 1

.' pressed out the juice. We boiled the of the urinary passage. It corrects Inablllf I R. S. REYNOLDS.: at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered toFlan

juice In porcelain kettles on the kitchen to hold water and scalding pain In passing Abraham Cahan the Yiddlsb ,author, I Executor. Reynolds Estate, deceased.C. ut EmilyA. part of the East Coast.. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, '

j stove for 12 hours With A cider mill It, or bad effects following use of liquor, lives near the up town ghetto and edits ; T. McCarty, -

and hot air or steam evaporator two wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant a Hebrew scientific periodical, besides Attorney for Executor, JuntMino

men can make 25 or 30 gallons of sirup necessity of being compelled to go often ESTABLISHED 1880.Bond .
and interesting
a day. At the above 'figures It would during the day, and to get up many times teaching writing Notice.
articles about the east side
during the Tho mild and newspaper
night. the
tab about 270 melons to make 30 gallons extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is soon and Its peculiar people. Mr, Caban Is : Lumber Co.
of sirup worth $15. The melonswojiild realized. It stands the highest for Its won- yet a young man. about 37 years old, Is hereby given that on the (tat day: ,
NOTICE thereafter I
be worth at wholesale about $5 : A. 1>. 1900. or soon as
derful cures of the most distressing cases. Is a native of Russian Lithuania, one can be heard,I wilt spplv to his Honor D. L
er $tl, and It would take two or three I If you need a medicine you should have the ot the Baltic provinces. the-son of ,a.. rUulden, County Judas of Brtvsjrd County, for Manufacturers of and Dealer InLUMBER

days to haul and sell them at ;market. best. Sold by druggists la 5Oc, andjl, sizes. prominent rabbi of -that region and Is a final Mtttomentof ire Ui accounts and KaUte approvalof ofi

With a mill and evaporator ID the You may have..a sample bottle of this himself, though< not orthodox a thoroughly ,m C.T distribution Smith. d Ma of* 4.and forfmtj dtec huge

melon patch' a, farmer' and. one or twol1andJI.coul1 wonderful discovery well W\4>Talmud scholar. He from the dminUtratonblp. ., W.nf. I said. AU.UT.esut LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING CEILlNG'j'
and book that
realize 100 per cent moreby a tells i .,: Adminlaitstorv
about 1SSQ.
United States
to the
making the' melons Into, sirup and more about{b both sent!.__, _.. "' .. and tame at one time taught' German. Rus- Jensen FU;,Sept..tth 1898.lobbuis Moulding, Toning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed I.
feeding the "reuse, to bogs, cattle, absolutely free by mall. learning & QnJunn,AU'ys for Administrator. and Vegetable Crates. 'We solicit correspondence.
1 ; itm'd115" address Dr, littler & H W....,..... stan and Hebrew while *:
horses and chickens/ welch eat Gp Binghamton; N,y. When writing! men- English at an east side eenlngschool. -Please write us whenever you fill toreceive Saw, Planing and, Shingle Mill at Bonds Mill, oa J., T K. W. R'jTMdl
t .. lion reading this generous offer In this paper. : I the ADVOCATK. ,DeLand and..TUotvUle,


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professional Cards. ll-ew ...". Art its .d. A Thousand Tongue ,

Tailors and modistes, who are, a* a
il: ROBBI' **. WliTM 9.GIUBAXGRAHAM 'BLoob rote 10-loorntul of one another, bar \ 'EGG... PRESERVATION, .Could not ex press the rapt" ore of AnnieE. Virginia 1 oyes1
mil Phlla-
aes Sprlujror, of n3:! How kit
OBBINS & ,, torn* -together In sa' common f- tie. Tbi S.pertr. eAn, kILti .r( r..IU Kept d ''pUlt. I'A,.. wlu.n site fuuml I Hint Pr
They bat* a'ntew> and lively) lnt tftt in IR.Water. GU.. King's' New Drover for Consumption j
tyATTORNEYSA"':,''-LAW, I life a mission; a* .II .were--and the oj> "4ceording to the experiments made had completely cured her of A hacking
Sect of their combined effort I II ,the by the North Dakota station' water cough that for many year*,had made life Yon learn all about Virginia Lands,

(r11CB) IIOl1B :-From10 lto. it ..' m., TROUBLES total 'eiiertnlnitfon of seams. Fewerseams fUu juore.closely conform to-the xeqtitrcoaentabf burden.. All other remedies and doc- IU resources, products, mode of cul

and 2 are used this lesson tbs. ever a-ftood preservative for tort could give her no help, but she says tlvatlon, prices, etc., by reading the

-1-rrpm", :BreTftd' Co., homnl. before, and seen-the,9aeor twojtha n.,than any of the substances com of this Royal pure-"it soon removed Virginia Farmer Send lOe"lor -. '
I 19- .'. cunr.D bv tbd paid In client and I (
f 0.BOX 1 f ; Ire necessary my \'In now sleep
carefully it found In
I In.U th eonrtkaUM and fed poiltitely are dODif employed: was I 3 months subscription to the
Will practice soundly, something can scarcely remember -
B B B-BotaniCi Blood Balm- concealed under trapping or trlmmlnj tke.*' erlment. tbat a 10 per centolution doing before. I feel like soundIng Farmer Co., Emporla, V*.
I"liicUl lot and '
"fMllitlM xAmlning: perfect.bllIaII4 ) of one iirt er b ther. Cutting ha* of water glAso preserve* eggs Its praise throughout Universe."

titles. '. developed Into a fine art. and the tailor so effectually that -at the end of Stf So will everyone who tries Dr. King1 I

L. GAULDEN, for Bad Blood or-modUte .who can eo curve, tretch_or month-egg that- were ,preserved the New Discovery for any trouble of the FREECONSULTATION '

-D twist a piece of fabric And mold It Into first part 'of August still appeared to Throat Chest or Lung Price 50o) and

ATTORNEY AT-LAW, heathllke covering; ?for a femlnlai be perfectly fresh. In most packed $1. Trial bottles free at F. S. ChaffcYi

courts TRIAL BOjTlE FREE. form without the aid( of a single seam eggs, after a' little time, the yolk settle drug store; every bottle guaranteed."What .

will Florid oractlce.In.and th*alt Caviled the States Courts Stated It consideredi something higher ,thin to one sideband; ttie.egj I Is then Inferior with our home treatment. We are

I.u Box,235. TmjSVILLB TLA. .' an ordinary genius. Seamless aklrti', In quality. In .eggs preserved; Wool Yon Dot physicians, and you get the benefitof

Money to Loan. 18 Is your blood Impure? Is It ,thin? ere made with bias back*. It sound; for SH months In water glass the yolk ,For a Jolly company the game of our experience. No matter what r
almost Incredible. And more than retaueedlts normal position In the remedies" affords
egg, and
Does your skin feel hot and swollen? ; "grievances your trouble Is, how simple or how
GOLDSMITH, that, they flare around the lower edge. an'd art taste. they were not to be dlstlnguteh'ed much amusement Each of the player hopeless. we can do good and
you ,
M. Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula There Is positively ho frdnt gore. On from fresh, unpacked store whispers to the person sitting on
It can't will tell
? Eating sores? Itching, burning, side .of the front .Is .I lapped ..over the eggs: t his right a'question beginning "What we we honestly you

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, other and buttoned ,stralghtdown.tor. ? "Again, most packed ,eggs, will notbeat would you do It"- adding any tunny so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skin If buttons are not desired,.the lap and up well, for cake making or totroslnrw grievance he would like!< a remedy and hopeless people have been entirely t

Tn-uSVILLE, FLORIDA. orscalp4tch? Catarrh? All i run clown? tower edge of the skirt are *trappe< .while eggs .from solution in for. Then to those sitting at the left and permanently cured by

}Malaria? Aching bones? Have you and stitched. Tight fitting, seamless il'iter'llaa seemed' quite equal v to the hand side they all mention some

J. WEBB, bodices are worn ,with these,, skirts. Average! fresh egg of the market. To strange remedy, something to do or to COMPOUND
F" hereditary or contracted blood taint? Of the shoulder seam can never this of the Dakota
course ,summary experiments take, which they may think of. OXYGENWhy
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Have they resisted medical treatment? be dispensed with nor the one seam Dr. Deal of,the ofllce of experimental When all are ready the leader ask

If you have any of the above blood that joins the sleeve but the body ot stations adds, In bulletin 103: any one he chooses the question he ha* not take heart again and Investigate
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th the waist Is cut in one'ple e. The cen Of :20 methods of preserving egg been asked and will be given the remedy this great principle. We have

Circuit.rents Taxes and accounts paid for collected.non-residents troubles procure a bottle of B. B. B, ter of the back Is laid ,on a straight tested In Germany the three which that was suggested to that pinyer.Sometimes thousands of testimonials. Send for '
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directlyon fold of the cloth which Is so curved in proved most effective were coating the .. the answers arc very suit- book J
TITUSVILLK, FKOBIDA. 'blood cutting that It fits like'a glove, the only eggs with vaseline preserving them In able and very amusing. The player on home treatment, wonderfulcures .
the and humor In the
darts that are allowed being two tiny limewater and preserving them 'In wa who answers the first question then to the sick,-eto", free.

D. PENNEY neutralizes and expels It, makes a per ones cut In from the arm boles at the ter glass. The conclusion was reached puts the question ,given: him to some

A. manent cure and heals every sore. B. bust line. Then the fronts are lappedover that the last Is preferable, because other person and BO each question I Is DRS. STARKEY & PALEN

ATTORNEY-AT-LAN, and fastened down on a line with varnlshiuK the eggs with vaseline takes answered the fun. of course being In ,
B. B. to the root of the trouble
goes the fastening of the skirt-Elmlra Tel- considerable time, and treating them proportion to the wit of the player 1112 Glrnrd St., 1'lilln., Pn. '
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and cures after all other methods fall. egram. with limewater Is likely to glthe '' ""
Ot 17 fob 000
eggs a disagreeable ordor and taste. Sore Point.
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Even such terrible blood diseases as A Scheme That Work.
"There is, however, one drawback The pencil hnvnl I weary Igh
(Judicial Circuit. cancer, eating sores and chronic rheu- "Accidentally I have hit on a good with eggs preserved In a solution of 'Ami murmured!, to the pent The Largest and Most Complete .,
scheme to take advantage of the department "1 luven't Ml 10 out of aorta
matism are cured by using 1\. B. B water glass-viz, the shell bursts In Since-oh, I don't know wheat l Establishment South.
0. FRIES, C. E. stores. said a matron at boiling water. This may be avoidedby
J Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup breakfast to her husband recently. "1 1 The, penknife treats me very ilL
cautiously!' piercing the shell witha GEO. S. HACKER & SON
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land the broken down constitution, stimulatos think." she added, humorously, "that strong needle**7hq following directions It ruti be In the itreet '"
And realty ti extremely iharp
I'll contribute It to the woman's
legally surveyed and sub-divided. the appetite, increases the vital for preserving by this method are Wliene'ct we chance to meet 'I 6II
of my newspaper In return for the ,
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for ity of the blood and gives a, clear, 'beauty sermonettes.' the 'bits on beau- Use pure water that hns' been thor- "Anil when 1 broke the, other illytlcncmh a ,
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Iti bitter, stroke
smooth skin, free from blotches, bumpsor ty building' and the sermons ,on skin oughly boiled and then cooled. To It laid 'It dliln't ere the point. ,
lines a specialty. foods', which have made me the wreck each ten fjuarts of water add one qiiart Neither IM I the joke I ,
pimples. Give B.B. B. a trial. Fur II ,
Brevard you see. The scheme Is to have an account of water Packthe In .I
TITUSVILLE, Co., FLORIDA. : eggs n Jar "With troubles I'm nVpreMed.My ). .Ir "
sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per at a store and then go and buy and pour solution over them, covering heart many just facts like lead." :
eight or nine yards of silk or cloth or The mopped. in Inky tear. + 1
TAMES ANDREWS large bottle, 6 large bottles (full treat- pen
whatever need and order the, well.Keep "1 for ," It Mid
you purchase the eggs' In a cool, dark place.If weep you
ment) $5.: Trial bottle sent free to sent to C. O. D. When It 'J
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. you the eggs are kept In too warm a ,
Main office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. sufferers. Write for a bottle; and describe arrives you say to the driver Indignantly place, the silicate! Is deposited, and the A son Minuted doing well Career."Is In .college?"

Office) open at Ft. Pierce on Jtnd and 4th' your troubles, and we will give : 'See here my good man. this eggs: are not properly protected. Do "No your: he got n sprained ankle at football .
Fridays of each month. is a mistake. I have' an account you not wash the eggs before packing, for :
Will practice in all the courts of the free medical advice. Address, Blood know and nothing should be delivers by so doing you Injure their keeping and has to study, -Chicago 'Rec

7th Judicial Circuit. Balm Co., 146 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. C. 0. D. to me.' The man answers that quality, probably by dissolving the inuctlaglnous .. ord. MANUFACTURERS OF ,

he can't hf-lp.ltmuRt:; obey orders and coating. on the outside of

RALPH E. SMITH, M. D. Medicine sent all charges prepaid.MHKi either ,get: the money or take ,the goods ,the shell. Remember does that all kinds the INDIAN of job printing RIVKHADVOCATK i Doors, Sash, Blinds, JI

pack with, him. You retort 'Take For packing use only perfectly fresh at short notice. Send them an order I. ,!OJ
them, then, and keep them!* And early eggs, for stale eggs! will not be saved
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. iip % and be convinced that it I I. tbe place to Moulding & Building Material. ,
and may harmful to the others.
next morning you appear at the remnant prove have job printing done.
Specialist In Genito, Urinary and Rectal V"economy In buylnir le exlraY.vrf seed. fc&Js1'j counter of the store. There' Invariably h Water glass Is a very cheap product, .I II

Diseases. mnpo," beoaUM the ou.tX u one will Und the goods thai that can usually be produced at not to SEVERAL l'ER80illlFOR: 1)18 Office A Warcrooms King opposite ; ;.
of oultiTition wanted on Intnrlor
127 Forsyth Street. Suede alwaya largely exceeds thai ; she bought reduced at least one-half exccet: ) 'CO cents per gallon, and one WANTED Manager In title hate to rep- Cannon StreetClini'leStoII !
rlflnul' onnt of the resent In their own and lurroundlnffBountlo "
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. b The best le br.t..odathtoad. In value on account 'of having been gallon would make enough solution to *. Willing to pay yearly tin*), payable S. C. '
clietpust paa trifle inuro t.i/r cut, and all one has to do Is to buy preserve CO dozen eggs, no that the weekly, Dealrable empluyniant with unuaunlopportunities. ,
cost of material for this method would Ileforenoo exchanged Enclose:
"I1TM. McL. DANCY Ft'RRY3SEEDS them back again and count the gain.' nelf-addremiod stamped envelope 8. Ai 1'nrk,
D. D. L; On Monday I bought for $3 three yards onlybe about 1.cent per dozen. Water JIM CIIxtoullulliJlng, Chicago. Sash Weights cord and "t

of silk for a waist. I sent the silk back glass Is sodium and potassium silicate ,

Graduate of Philadelphia College of and alwan get roar tnoney'i because It bad come C. O. D. Instead of sodium silicate being usually the cht' f- GOLD I Is of no value when health I U "Hardware

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations la worm. I Ire'cenU. .iwa per)*paper the. *tfererywhere. X/ charged and on Tuesday I 1'picked It up er. If wooden kegs or barrels are to In danger.; What's} of more value ? '

promised. Hazel tine Block, corner Bay bent.U.U. FKKItY Sped Annual J. t'O.Jreo., again at the remnant counter for $1.60. be used In which to pack the eggs, they Pratt'. up-to-date tablets ,will break upa
and u:
and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Detroit.. dish' Of course 1 didn't do this thing Inten should first be thoroughly scalded cold In one day, and for constipation Fancy ala!! .";

tionally. There are women though with boiling water to sweeten. and biliousness and all malarial troubles, A SPECIALTY. '\

who would."-Plttsburg dispatch. purify them. It has no equal. By mail prepaid for 2">c. ,
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, Pratt Medicine Co., Ration i), Chicago, ,
The Carob Tree. 111. Send for sample. I
Choice .
One of Ohio' Noted Women.Dr. \
ATTOUNET-AT-LAW In the recent, circular on deed and
and Will.key Ptblti Myra K. Merrlck. the first wo- plant Introduction by the department ; ; WinesLlquora ,:
cured at home with tej
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, PIU M out pain Boo of par man physician In Ohio and one of the of agriculture it in stated that In the OPSYCU6Dwit)have fell/"t."I.cured 9 and Cigars,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. U tlculan B. M WOUl-LtT sent FREE CO. first In the United States, died In Cleveland way of forage plants two are commonly i IE; '& can.. .

... u te.. 1M North Pryor 81. last week at the age of 74.' At grown In Algeria which are of great id ieasitWO'thlrdsefall.y'relied.. "ItopiilH i.ptorhsr.mov.1'1'e.ttmonlel.sn1TIltDAYItuatrnonifre.In tt* Guaranteed Pure.Soldatreducod .
the beginning of her career she met promise for the warmer parts of America > << ., "r
A. M. MICHELSON, with great opposition. But her skill, -viz, the carob and the thorniest .15. H, II. QBEBH'i Sods, Dot KAtlrntatla price >',

Treatment of Soil. her serene confidence In herself that cactus. The carob, or St. John's Imported

ATTORNEY and According to Oklahoma experiments, was far removed from vanity and her bread, Is a tree belonging to the legumiiioHeao Marriage Paper.'U?," ., Toknjr Wine, 1

COUNSELI.OR-AT.LAW' shallow plowing will not maintain as dogged persistence triumphed In due _and, like the beans, vetches 4 %_I Tbooianiti from. uf adrartlattr Introduo to wino from Italy.
Wealth patrvna.
much moisture in the soli as deep time, and tor many years'she stood and other plants of this family, Is ti lion Formal and farainal.l 100 wure j

Criminal Law a Specialty. plowing, while'subsolled land contains shoulder to shoulder with the best physicians able to draw Its nourishment largely ( -.. \b ad-OCIALAMERICAIITcIedOOhlo.Great fr.a to ladlua. eaolple.opy 20. John B. Togni, ',;

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. more moisture than unsubsolled. Stub- In Cleveland. She overstep- from the air through the medium of
ble should be plowed as soon after harvest ped most ,of them In a pecuniary way, bacteria which grow In the little tubercle Big Alfc'*. 8AMPLElIOplelloll,{ Ia() Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St:,

w. ALLEN convenient and harrowed occasionally and her practice was largely among al diaereutNewspapensnit JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA t
GEORGE as on the roots. It yields enor- M.xealnee.ent Upon rvevlut' nf IPo for mntatfnroledo ,
until the field Is sown to the wealthy and exclusive class that mous quantities of pods, which are often Adv. Uureau, 14 St. GI.rrSt.Totedu, Itt Wholesale and IteUII...... ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, wheat. Rolling does not seem to con- gave her a large Income. She vas born eaten by man and are relished by ,

KEY WEST FLORIDA. serve moisture or increase yield. Bot in Ilinkiey. England. In 1825. but she stock. A* much as l6 ton have been .
tom lands do not dry out as completelyas was brought by her parents, Mr. and produced by a single tree In Spain' ,

Will practice In the United States uplands. Uplands during 1898 con Mrs. Richard King, to this country and full grown trees frequently yield .r

and State Courts. 9jun95 tained an average of 18% per cent of when but 1 year old. The family h> over half a ton. It grows on arid soils / I I "

moisture, Ordinary crops do well cated near Boston and at the age .of 8 where nothing else will., It dislike a I '

nOUGHTON'S when the soil contains 12 to 20 per' cent she began working In the cotton cloth rich soil preferring/ a rocky or calcareous .I.It JI I

Dlt of moisture. mills of the east. It had been a boast soil near the nea. It make ,i if

of hers that since that age she had excellent food for horses, cattle and

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon Brief Mention. earned her own living. The family! beep and 1 Is very nourishing. Althoughthis ,
It is Important to remark in this came to Ohio In 1841, and she decidedto tree grown on poor soil/ and can
the (Dentos) connection that Done of the artificial .
enter the medical/ profession but resist drought, It'll 1 sensible to cold and ,
devices for frost should be
Now AT PALM: BEACH. the doors of medical colleges were closed : can be grown only where the orange
employed during the growing season., to women and It was not until 1852 succeeds without shelter. It I is' alto I ,
immediate of threatened
the eve
except on that she succeeded In securing her said to do poorly In very rainy regions. -
DR. C, II. PEETE, frost The necessity for observ
diploma. There are large area In the I
ing this precaution becomes apparent
southwest where' It should thrive, and r
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. when the fact Is considered that any Growth of \Vomn' Hand. It Is deserving of careful trial In the ,
appliance for protecting plants from The size of a woman's glove I Is not altogether ,
5C8 Cherry Street, gulf state" Mr. Swingle secured for
cold will maintain abnormally high conclusive evidence of the JIJ
the section (If seed and plant Intro-
MACON, GA. temperatures when' average weather size of her hand but If the testimonyof
duction MOIUC y >img grafted trees of rte'
conditions prevail. The effect of this glove; dealer can be accepted wemen's and
the best orts from Algeria Italy ,
ROBERT McCARREL, process would be to force the growth hand are getting larger year -

of the plants and render them the more by year and golf, tennis/ rowing and A Winter Mateh For fltrawberrtes.iStrswberry .

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, susceptible to damage. driving must be held responsible for It. plant having received The matron of a well known Ma;Ionic Home mentions one inmate,

Churches Director Connell of the Texas stationIs Glove denliTH say there U a bigger good culture! until lute fall the appllC'4'tlon seventy of who has bee r1 i in the infirmary for three years,
years age,
specialty, Steam stone works credited with the statement that alfalfa call for gloves of a large size thdu formerly of a mulch in winter In Virginia In

CQKCOUD AND PHITCHARD 8TS., will grow hogs 8UCCl'"Mfully'tor and that they have to wt HO .of very l Ix-neflHiil for'(evkral reasons, according a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

CHARLESTON So. CA. six months of the year and alfalfa and their smaller wizen at bargain sales to the Ktntlon horticulturist. It ules abouta, year and a half and fi nds them so beneficial that he is
sorghum, with a very little corn will Not only this but athletics have madean unreasonable bloom, which
prevents never without them. lie is willin g that his name should be used in
'-"-- --_._---- place them on the market in the very Inroad on the sale of glove, for often occur., and much weaken the
best of condition. the' athletic girl nowadays eschews plants MoUture U retained, and the a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person

I BO YEARS' Cottonseed meal contains, besides ni- them altogether: except: in the winter berries are kept cllIn by the mulch. to try them. A second old gen tieman, in the same institution,

'' EXPERIENCEATENTS trogen, small amounts of phosphoric and even In town fashionable women The mulch must be applied carefully, and 'I
trouble for
of has had 1 fiver
of meal are seen going abroad ungloved. eighty-four years age, many years ,,
acid! and potash. A fair sample for If too heavy the plant will be kill
free from hulls should 'yield 7 per cent Besides this an artist asserts that ed. Put on just enough material to finds (hat R'l'P-A'N'S help him cry much. They also have two ,

nitrogen, 3 per cent phosphoric acid the athletic and outdoor life that girl cover the vine almost out of Right/ nurses there, one thirty years of ag:, the other forty-two; both suffer
; and 2 per cent potash. This is a cheap lead nowadays bill totally destroyedthe o!Ill.! [partly rotted tack bottom are and
source of nitrogen, and experiments form aDd shape of the hand He generally the best material available from indigestion, causing headache:, depression of spirits nerve "

******** MARK have demonstrated that It li perhaps declare wouieu' hands are tanned 10 thin Mate. Fresh straw I III apt to, ousness. They take the Tabules a nd find them ao useful that they

TBAOt DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS the best form for southern agriculture.In and reddened and stretched out of all carry considerable grain and weed have In their ickets. The matron also state
always a package pi
r Ac. buying It, however, caution If necessary proportion. and golf receive the greatest eed. The mulch can often be flighty ,

111'Anton,klr muling a....ff'b and deacrlntlon.. wbMhar may an to see that it Is well decorticated amount of blame l for this althoughthe parted over the row In spring with that she forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigcs*
.ucsru.i fr
I'i'KiiiInn |( probably par piu opinion.iitahl/ Comroonlm.ibiiw -1. e., free from buI.. rest lOt the JIlt of fashionable I advantage to the plant Spring qutl! tion, causing pain and paroxysms I of belching, and finds that OMt
M rtctl! conBdcnttaLIlaudbook Patent
r K it trop Ol f ant
Tabules are
ta tErouilv recoit very
Ukco. Alunn A to. .
clanto, ta tilt surface of the ground uninjured during fl a question whether It will) pay to remove

$Scientific ordinary winters and consequently ,. and repiaee the mulch: If not name, used In a testimonial., ..
American. are a valuable winter food for bogs. Jda Nownce-She talk 'Incessantly omit the cultivation. The character of ,'W" "nOt-A" _el"' J ..,.rNM.ufs ttJ

A,hiui<1anm./lrlllMtMt 4 w..II'Y. JjrtMt elr. An Immense Industry growing win- about herself. fOil wilt| bar bearing on this point ......n oI. -....-..e.SS -r '"r MI J
t,,ii4ln.ii,,,': Inllr of ftIOf.uaa any arlenufle,,.. 8014 tnurnaJ.b1.n..1erL 4'wwa.U a ter and spring cabbage for western Sallie IieWgtt-Ye.. but never About' Light *oil does not *o much need cultlratlon. ia.iriest"'W...... as. 4

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COd a8I'' "" 1r dew York market ---
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1, ,-+ INDIA!' RIVER ADVOCATE. Hft MONEY -IN POULTRY. a . '" r- .. r Indian River Real Estate Agenci

There I Is no better advertiser than
the hen. Every time lays an .
r the announces the,fact by a ,
lively cackle, and also asks the ?!*4PwPEKBSOWIEWIJRE

EVERY'FRIDAY. rooster to assist in letting the TOtl would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised d,
i, world know that an ,egg has been : : paper, tree of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once th

J j CHARLIES H. WALTOX, Editor A proprietor l laid. As a consequence the good Makes the food delicious and wholesomeTITUSVILLE'S this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public, yB3JT
housewives and children find the mtiro Many sales. will probably be made this winter by this Agency. \nT, to
1.. Discontinuance of adrts. must be made per nutritious "At JA" .oweva. NP"YONL yours. ,
tonally at this office or by writing. I next, and the fresh and egg : : : PINEAPPLE LANDS,, near ral111'811\nd river, per acre $2.00 to $10'00.
satisfies the appetite of man "' ,I"J ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS,f2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
Check, ,.,be made payable to CHARLEI keeps him In good humor. TRAIN'S. .,\t I BRETAKD COUNTY TREASURER'SSTATEMENT. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of la
H. WALTON' ,publisher and proprietor. The hen of the present day is i a :. Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price, $],000.
most important factor in the com- ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 miles south of Titnsville. Will pay $] ftftft tt"
Address all communications to The following aro'the times of >arrival Nov. lit, 1800. year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. I 1
: INDIAN RiVER ADVOCATE, mercial world, not only on account and departure of passenger trains to and Balance cash on hand, Nov. bt.1800...|1.224 K HAMMOCK LANDS,neat Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
TITneYtLLZ FLORIDA. of her vernal offspring, but because from Titusville: Amount received in Jiov., 1899 .t..... lOW _00, One bundled and sixty acres, lake front, 21 miles west of Titusville, good fo

i civilized people are daily growing ttOCTHBOUSD. Total................... ... ..... $2,278. 4J: pineapples, vegetables: and oranges. Price, $550.00.
fonder of her the Richmond Leans TUiMvilta fcr Fort Under- Lent warrant paid In Nov., 1809,
,'f,, U. S. Department of Agriculture Dispatch.eggs,Statisticians says fa;y Arrives dale from Intermediate Jackaouvill point.. -/ a&8'OO"3:00. :< ..P."'m and era and delivered School to Board.County.. Commission-.....;........ 1,23157/
t. .. .. .
Fla. -
"Weather Bureau-Jupiter, it is practically impossible to gainan N J.'' ". 930. Balance on band Deo. lit, 1899.! ...$1013 KB Jas. B. tours
RORTI tlotrxD. :
I' idea as to the exact number of Leave Tltngvllle for Jacksonville ) 5:30 a.mead ,
The following) is a comparative statement the Intermediate points 5 I,.f l:41p.m ABOVE BALA1CCK H HELD AS FOLLOWS!
1:. of temperature and rainfall for the eggs thought export for Sanford .* o"'1:00 a.m Deposited in Indian River State}Bank .

t f" week ending Tuesday, Dec. 5, 1800. and import figures give a partial an per in Caihier'i cafe.......certificate$1M3......................... 81CMU HAy, G-ral.n.: : Feed, Flour,
-1800- -1808- conception of its immenseness
J DATE. MAX. MIX. MAI. MIN. Indeed the statistics indicate that Palmetto Drug-Store, Daytona. Total...............................,ilJM3KBALANCES () GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN

I, L k 29 71 62 82 71 our feathered friend has all she can Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet BILOKOISO: TO EACH FLIED AS FOLLOWS SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
82 71
30 70
soaps, brushes' combs and I
1 74 Gl 76 55! attend to, and barely can spare the< perfumery Revenue General Fund........$ 183: 1"
toilet articles in County -
t' 2 71 CO 78 C.". time to assume the responsibilities great vanety. Road and Bridge Fund .......... 813 Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to mane
M. UcflTOX, propr. .> Building Fund......... ......;. 30 84
t 3 v 70 fit *4 07 of rearing a family. .. Feeding Prisoners Fnnd...... 891 00 beast Agent'for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
\ 4 /76 57 72 64 n Fine and Forfeiture Fund...... 339 M
(v i C CO 147 01 48 During the year ending July 30tl -Impure water is the cause of much School Fond................... 732 Lowest cash prices. "
1801)! the United States exported sickness. Remedy this by getting! a fine .Special Road Fund,list No/5... 64 90
Total rainfall for the week:: Trace. ............
I( from normal rainfall for the 3,093,011 dozen eggs, valued at filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. Gau e AVarden Fund 4000 Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

r I'". Departure week: minus 0.71 inches. Departure $041,38 During this period they Total.................................$1,013 8
from"normal rainfall since January 1, dozen valued -If you want good! results, you will ,
al JOHN HES'av.Co
:: imported 225,180 find the :
I n 4.2; Inches. ADVOCATE an excellent advertising nty Treasurer.
plus $21,300, the increased duty on this medium. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
IIAi. P. IlARDiJf, Observer ,
, : ___. _.: food supply having checked their -One of the anti-germ water filterscan
e importation. Of course, these fig. ::r As an advertising medium, no be seen working at the ADVOCATE
,CONGUESB assembled, !! In Washing ures are but fragments of the almost paper on the. East Coast can beat the office. See ad. on 4th page.
ton nn Monday. Representative : us a trial advt., ,
inconceivable large -If are in search of bargains ,
Henderson, of Iowa, was elected and ho convinced of the pink.paper"worl.h. you
f which indicates the actual can.sumptlon read the ADVOCATE columns carefully.
1: Speaker, while Representative Riche of in America. In Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
'. I ardfnn, of Tennessee, was selected eggs .
' 1898!) Chicago; alone handled 2.147-
fit :: 88 the democratic candidate, which Write and Prices.
for Samples
dozen each of THE
950 cases of thirty WEST PAMM BEACH, FLA.
l' L carries with it the floor' leadership :
which 1,223,356 were
ti t of the minority. The l President' The only commission houses are Old 'Phone 8. t jut 13 Hogan btreet,
Under New the Year Round. Excellence of
Ii message was read on Tuesday. Management. Open
? generally the distributing points JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
for eggs in the large cities, but in Cultine a specialty. Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day.
THE bayonet charges of the British the country almost every local store -
In theTrunsvual war, cnmpteteiS deals in them. Many merchants, SEAGLE & BERNHAM, Proprietors.

ly pnrallze the Boers, who cannot accept them in exchange for goods MeMurray & Baker
f, stand the look of tho cold steel. In
receive orders from the ,
while few
I'' the bayonet charges the Boers towns and djsposc of the eggs to ho- Tin SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY I

have been beaten every time, tlftt.g tels or other large concerns. 410, 412, 414, 41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

withstanding the fact that the The enters Into our domestic ,

Boers have considerably outnumbered life not egg only as a substantial food Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, "" Headquarters forWagon ,

,. the British all through the but Ingredient of almost ,.
i staple, as an
.. Vehicles Harness
war to this date. Material Bicycles
: up conceivable article of
. every **%
'. ,
j, --- diet. There is practically no limit Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick, ; .
and Sundries.
. NOTHING makes a town more at- tei its usefulness in this line and .

) tractive to visitors than the planting when one reflects It seems almost
; :. of shade trees, growing' of ornamental impossible that the land could hold Offices foot of Hogan! Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TiRES put on you wheels

I and flowering plants and enough hens to meet the public de. J.f K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager at short notice. .

t: 4 clean sidewalks,yards and streets. mand. The secret, perhaps, lies in
t? 2, Residents who take a pride in the the fact that poultry can be found
t, F welfare of their town will do all in every rural l barnyard and on the 187S./ HAMMOND .PACKING CO.

T they to make attractive, Instead of of urban and
; cans premises scores
( d5 (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
P of allowing weeds to grow allover suburban habitations. Every hen ...
w ; their sidewalks. and trash to knows her duty and does it. While OUR SPECIALTIES; :

f :.:J'. ., hjovr'.ttll; over the streets. some of them apparently rejoice in .,. __GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS, AND FERTILIZERS. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

their labors. accomplished, as a "Coin Special" canned meats.
f b ( LIVE merchants and) live newspapers whole they are modest and never "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
help considerably to build "let on" that they realize the world handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay,

up a town or section ; but merchants could not comfortably move' with Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and leaf lard. -
t dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AHen Fertilizer Co. lard."Peerless"
Homemade .
who do not advertise and out them. pure
Brand Fertilizer Guaranteed tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pare Ground
Star *- Analysts Orange
",. help their town papers Along areaway The probabilities are that as civilization Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of potash,Sulphate Potash Kainlt eto. These fertlllzer have no compound lard, sausages
superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
the facilities .
increases and
behind the times. Benjamin '
i, and all Packing House Products. Florida.Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: Franklin said : "Sensible people for transportation become faster

1 will give a bucketof water to a dry and better, our feathered friend

pump, that they may afterward get with the crimson trimmings will White <&''Walton WILLIAM CLAR'KE SANIrtlJM
I from it all they have occasion for." have more and more to do. Her .

'. Advertising works on the same output in decades to come will be "--
: principle. If 'you want to keep the grandest statistical puzzle of 'Fine GasFlxtuies! Plumber and Gas }Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

your goods on the shelf for years, the age, and no mathematician calculations will to : : :: : + Merchars.ts: : : Iron Work Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos
do not advertise. be able to make as
the exact amount of her "fruit." JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We ets and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

; THE festive candidate for public When our neighbor's hens get in our carry on hand the finest stock to be obtained and are prepared to execute all ,descriptions re-tinned. .

;, office will soon industriously bestirring flower( beds we should recall these orders promptly. We'only solicit the business of dealers. '

himself in a big endeavor facts and permit only. our wives APPLES, POTATOES, CABBAGE, ONIONS TURNIPS, BEETS, BEANS, 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida.
and daughters to throw stones at ,
to secure one of the "plums" so them. PEAS, DRIED FRUITS, PEANUTS, RAISINS, CANDY, NUTS, etc.
many are anxiously on the lookout
Be sure to let us make you up an assortment of penny candies for you Xmas
for. The political season will soon and New Years trade. We have the most complete and best assorted stock to be
be with us, when candidates for THE experiments'on conducting selected from. Let us have your holiday orders early so as to avoid the rush.. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

: office will give you a hearty hand. communication by the wireless system -oWe -

I' shake, pat you on the back and say and with the aid of kites,
1; Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
,;1 : pleasant things about your wife which have been conducted at the are in the guaranteeing best possible fur position tha same to handle our prompt your personal consignments attention.COUIIESI'ONDENCK and.solicit them ,

j ; and children. Your health will Blue 11111 observatory, ,are being

f also be duly considered ; and, on conducted by G. W. Pickard, under i itbe' Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh Netting and Screen
STENCILS FURNISHED. Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats Cotton, In all numbers
:. the whole, the 'dcar people' will patrona e of the Smithsonian INVITKD. to
t 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid
'f be made much of. There are no Institute. The apparatus in the correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
\i class of people under the sun that observatory consists of a large McCOMB & CO. corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line wa
, i do so much gratuitous work for Ruhmkoff c1lil, capable of generating have in stock. Liberal.terms and liberal treatment:

'I t politicians newspaper men ; and a spark of eight inches in BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
f we do think, considering the little length, and a stranded copper wire,
i monetary assistance they receive, which is attached to u kite and sent Bermuda Cuban and SouthernGrowers' 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

that their endeavors to get men up about 200 feet. The Cambridge -..... -=

into an office which brings in a nice receiving station is placed for the
little income, should at least be ap. sake of altitude in the tower of ...0. L. KEENE...

t predated. Memorial Hall, where another cpp-

per wire rises vertically from one and Shippers' Agents Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions

\I THE question of when the 10th of the highest windows, whose other ,

''I century ends, or the 20th .century extremity goes down to a coherer, \ Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
begins, has at last been settled. relay and Morse register. The dif

l'rof. W. II. M, Christie, rector of ficulty ,was found to be in disturb.. OOO L\.sb,1.n.gtoD. St.NeW Yor1E. Prompt attention paid to all orders(

'I ; ; the Royal Observatory, at Green. mcea from the trolley cars the

0. wick, London writes to the Chicago ringing of the bells at noon, even REFERENCES-Commercial Agencies or any reliable house in New York. 1'hlsls one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest

Tribune, as follows; 'In reply to the jar of a passing wagon in the --- Patterns and Style. .
r'' )j' your inquiry I beg to inform you street. Mr. Pickard intends to ESTA1IL1SHKD 1870.
that the 20th century begins ont work upon the problem of elimina 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA.

January 1, 1901 It has been generally thug these outside influences by --
agreed to call the first year some arrangement of a series of

of the Christain Era, A.nno Domini various kinds of coherer tubes. M. Lane & Son, WATCHES CLOCKS

1, not A, D 0., and consequentlythe ,

, second century begins with A. ARTIFICIAL teeth of,gutta percha,
I D. 101, 100 years after the begin. porcelain or metal have been firmly 232 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. Jewelry Diamonds

ning of the first year, and so on Implanted in the Jaws of men and \ -iii e.e e ,

for the succeeding conturies. The logs by the process of Dr. Zaines.y ) c 11 Present,
Southern Fruit and Produce Souvenir, Wedding Rings and
i ; question was fully discusaed at the Holes are made in the base of
IQ Waltham Watches eto.
( S. ,
entury dinner at Glasgow on April the tooth, .which is then placed in

15, 1870, when the lord dean of the i a cavity formed in the jaw, and in HEPJIRIK
guild, after quoting various author. I a short time a soft granulated .Ooxc..m1ss1oc.: : erohants. lSiIYERWI FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY

sties, gave his decision, as arbiter, I growth enters the holes in the tooth ? A SPECIALTY.
that the 19th did not and hardening holds ItIn PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils Cards, and our quotations furnished on RILES,
century corn. j gradually Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way.' B. J, .
nencd until January 1, 1801." j place. application. 225 W. Bay St., JAOWOHVJUJS, FU,


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Jensen.---" ;. t! :. t Georgian- '; :" E R TI LI Z E R s. .

T. Tourtiadan, of AnkonalrM: : beer Mrs. Flora Wlttfeld Is still very 111, and MMM-Jr .
spending several days.In town. has been much worse for several days,

mil Frantz, of Ankona, who has theroad Mr. Frye was over Thanksgiving D'ay; Sif ,

contract, has Just completed work and took dinner with Mrs. Owen and her '
leaving it In fine condition daughters. i f ,' :, > : SPEctAL
oa same, 'r- LHICWS -

Mini; Softie Johnson, of Melbourne Mr. Goodsell and wife arrived on Mon 1m

,ho Is teaching school at Wa Wa, town day, and are very pleasantly located In ,
Thursday until Sunday In the Packman cottage. i TOW -:-- :

(Jjlng the guest of Mrs. W. R. Hardee. John Brient, of Coquina, was In towson '

Onlte attended a large the party dance of at White the Town-hall City peo- wide-awake Monday, merchants.doing/ some trading with our 1Jineapple: o:: ,. cdr sersrr i

!pie night; also a good at,-
n from Ankona. Both these Fred Munson Is putting his sailboat In r.lj

Ices wndance are very partial to our dances, as first-class order, ready for making a trip ..4.11. .round For1 :Ul.zor: ,
and once a week to Cocoa return. Before the following Materials bo sure and apply tons
iabave a fine hall furnish.tood/ j Price $26.00. i rnr-; buying fLIGUARANTEED
The dance wad a, pronounced Uncle and Auntie Hughes drove downto
made for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money. :
"access, and a very pleasant evening was Dr. Wittfeld's and Mr. Baldwin's on ANALYSIS:

spent. Friday afternoon, on a short visit. Moisture ........?:......,...:.................. ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
that the hog and anti-hog Mr. Baldwin Is sick and has : Ammonla..1..4,..4.....'.4........., nwh.u.u..p.. 5 to 6
We note quite :. Egnaltosnlphateofdmmonla.............................................to.,20to2e BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
question i is opening up. In our section been for several weeks, with asthma: .......,,,.,................................. 5 to 0
, do not think the hog question will Little Nina has it, too, very frequently. hiH EqualtofonelrhoepbsteotL'ime..............................................ittol9 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, '
t us nor do we think that we PotAllh KI .. .......1............................n....... 5 to 6 .
ever bother ; that will The ,Bond Lumber Co.'s boat, of Tl- Eqnal to 0.ai.e iii'o aei.o..........'...... .................. ............ 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS, '
till have any troubles require tusville, delivered 40,000 lathes for J. W. Magnesia, Lime,Soda, eto......................'................................ M to 60S3T E-t
of the Legislature to decide. SEED MEAL
any action Bruner's shed [ TOBACCO DUST, COTTON HARDWOOD ASHES,
is true that we are getting/ quite a on Thanksgiving Write for Special l Pamphlet. ,
..rood many horses in here now, and we Day.Mrs.
recognize that the law does not require Goodsell was calling on Mrs. ,C3T" Special Mixtures compounded. with machinery 'at very low 0

their owners to keep them ,up* but a Owen on Monday afternoon, and admiring i prices. '
sense of Justice is sufficient to preventtheir her fine collection of roses which are i

being allowed to trespass. Stock In full bloom. Please Correspondwith u before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for'''
nil\ ) of course, never be allowed torur ,
Mable Allen is just from
here but we think we have a \ Pi
large ;
at who if do the measles. No one else has taken hi Pamphlet.
of citizens they own a
class will not turn It loose on their them from Fred, yet. There does not FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
neighbors. As to our, next legislator,, seem the clown to be said."enough to go around, as, ; III
the last
ire understood he was bought at

convention. We wait to see if our understanding Reader, if you are not a subscriber to : Tact ovi11o: Florid.a. e
is correct; if 8.0 there willbe the ADVOCATE you should become one. :

a warm time in Brevard county.. I I I i It is the ]largest all-home-paper on the .'
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mean the democratic nominee, of course. East Coast, and when subscribed for by -

had i the year, it does not cost you three cents White.
Mr. Editor, we some Thanksgiving Banyan. Rockledge. City. .
fowl. We had a very blggoted rooster per week, postage included. Just think) Melbourne.GOODE i .. ""... .". .
of -- -
it. "
who for some time has trampled on r ei'
the rights of his fellow' man without On Thanksgiving evening everybody; Mr. Pharr, of Buford, Ga., Is In Ban 0. E. Cook has returned from a pro- Almost every body Ides a blcjclo here, ;
rhyme or reason and for this reason we who could got there went to the School- & OOODE.-Real Estate and Loan .yan for the winter lunged hunt I In Jane Green swamp. or tiles to.

reasoned that his wild and woolly antics house to attend the entertainment gottenup Globe Agent,for and Etna Imperial, London Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Special and J I. The Misses Florle Creech] and Claudia\ II. J. Smith arrived most unexpectedly, Louis Peterson bought a sorrel trotter

should be cut short as an example to err by Miss Ida Dodson and her scholars. attention paid to the interests of nou-resl- McMillan visited 111'Eau Gallic\ lust week last Saturday, from I'ompton Lakes, Inst week; wo think W. II. Uobinson had
ing roosters who might be tempted to The best thing on the programme was s a dents. N. J.The, better buy. ono also, and "keep In line."
mitate his unlawful acts; consequently, Colonial Thanksgiving, in which all the Miss Susie Gladivln, spent! Thanksgiving
to cut his career off where it should have scholars: took'part. Fred Allen and Le- for the ADVOCATE, In Tltusville, retaining to her school New Rocklodgo\ hotel will open A number of Whlto City people attended -

been long ago we amputated his tall im land Baldwin made pretty good Indians. W- Subscilptlons of the East Coast, will be Monday morning.Mr. the loth Inst., under tho management of the opening dunce at Jensen Thanksgiving
his which resulted pink paper H. P. Shares & Son. night and all good time.
mediately ears, The singing and recitations were well received at the Melbourne 'I'ostoffice.J. and Mrs. R. J. Dunham W J.. report /, ,
In his death. lie was then given the chosen and well rendered, showing bar Homer and A. J. Campbell' of Tropic,, Mr. and Mrs. Cutler and Miss Bonder T. T. Weltch, the popular route agent

necessary preliminary dressing and drop mony and interest between teacher and were in Banyan Sunday. have arrived and are. occupying roomsin of tho :;nn. Ex, Co., has opened an office
last Satur
ped into our new-fangled automatic scholars. ;II. Baker went to Jensen
the Palm Cottage. hero and) appointed J. M..Orrt-l ns agent.
double-action steam cooker, and when Banyan has weekly prayer meetings
less wise but better Miss Alice Weinberg and her brother, day.E. Miss Maude Hardco spent Thanksgiving Shipping began here before Thanksgiving iu
became out, be was a i to Oimouil OH Saturday and a Sunday:) school, well attended ; It,. f
rooster than he had ever been before, Morris, came over from Cocoa on Thurs :. r. Branch went C. Creech, superintendent. at homo, giving her Lotus school and Is In full blast now; plOsJlccta 1-1!
unless it was about the time his ma started day afternoon to attend the entertain and returned Monday. couple of days' vacation.N. V'iil 1'iilr to I"' die liiigcNt crop over raised "' '

to set on him for incubating purpdsesind ( ment. Friday, Morris and J. W. Bruner ,V. R. Jackson and some of the other Mr. Simmons and family are located her, and, a greater variety of vegetables 'r';
Bristol and sister arrived'I last Thursday
went duck 'ohooting. Tho former re here Monday. with us for the present. lIe has two
before any villiany had filled his turned home on Saturday. Miss Alice delegates returned on children attending our school, ,which and ,will, as usual spend the winterIn Most( of the growers are planting grapo''|
mind. Had it not been for the evil ways remained until Tuesday, visiting friends Tho Misses Annie and Jessie Goode brings the enrollment up to twenty-four their cottage on Barton avenue fruit and orange tied; wo hnvo just re- J
be possessed, he might still have beenenjoving returned home Tuesday, after spendinga scholars. cclvcil\ cotislcnnicntof ticcsfrom W. F.
Miss May Wittfeld Miss Myrtle D. I'. Merwin and wire of Eden artspending i
good health and cut us out of ,
week Seabreeze, Kurd of tun Island l+'la. which
our Thanksgiving dinner. and Miss Alice took a pleasure trip up delightful at Daytona, Preparations for an entertainment by a few days here, awaiting tho Dray arethe
Ormond. finest have
Banana River in the Silver King on Fri City Beautiful and wo ever soon.
the school are under way, and the usual arrival of Mr.\ and Mrs W. M. Morwin.

day, which they enjoyed very much. E. S. Bender and Frank Robertson Christmas tree will be in evidence. A White's Cottage was opened to tho

Stuart. spent three days hunting on the St. general invitation Is extended to the public on Thanksgiving day, and several Time (Join Harbor Sliop.

[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any; Johns prairie this week, and had good neighboring hamlets to come and participate guests are already Installed( there for the
job printing you need.] sport shooting English snipe, quail, etc. with us. Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Winters a winter. etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with
ion; and to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fultz, a Mr. Brady, of Detroit Mich., arrived We had a light shower Monday mornIng Everyone hero feels proud of the Cocoa Electrical Hal Its attached. Everything
daughter.Mrs. Tibbals. here'last Friday. He intends, soon, to which was much needed A cold Gun Club, to think that It has captured up-to-date. K, STKIXIIAITSKK, Prop.. ','
start up tho fibre factory with improved west wind followed which we trust will the East Coast championship banner a :.1.13:\: West nay St Jacksonville >.
Hatch and Mrs. Brown. who have T. E.
machinery made by his nephew, retard the bean crop some, and kill out second time. "
been visiting relatives hero, have returned Messrs. Clarence and Charlie Whippleand Nicholson.Prof. the roller worm. With a continuationof

home. Dave Sprall of Eden were the guestsof Carl Adams and his mother, of the warm weather our beans wero Miss Mamie Rodwln, of Carrolton Gn., -Do you filter your drinking water ? :

Mr. Simmons has out 7,000'strawberry Frank and Reginal,Waters, on Sundaylast. again 'with us this season, coming on too close to those of middle arrayed 1few days ago, and will spendsomo 'j'

plants that are blossoming finely, and and Indiana will\ are occupy the Henly cottage for Florida and Charleston to realize any. time with Maj. and Mrs., C. B,. COUNTY ()1'JCEItS.! .

the berries are quite large on some of Intends to thing from them. Magruder.Tho 1
Mrs. C. A. Robinson of Eden, and Mrs the winter. The professor 8CIIOOL ItOAKI).
them, and he has hopes of a good ship F. O. Williams\ of Palm Beach spent have a class In vocal and instrumentalmusic. How would It do, Brother Truck Plaza: hotel is now ready to receive

ment for the holidays.The Thursday of last week in this place as We are glad to see them back Farmers, to reserve half an acre of land any guests who may present themselves forma, Coaoat J. )I f.8.Dlxon.'. Ollilm, Tltinvllle, 1\1 01 hOIl\ rne.) n.' N. Andrew 11

raising and care of' bees must be the guests of Mrs. J. T. Waters.Mr. again.A for white\ beans for home use, and plant but Mr. Pock will not have his

profitable, for our two bee men, Mettsni. and Mrs. Saeger, of Ankona, spent most enjoyable dance was given in some cassava sunflowers and corn for opening until January 1st; COUNTY COMMIS9IONKR8.
Poppleton and Simmons, are both build- in this place as the guest of.Uev. honor of Miss Lillian Robertson on Saturday :! the chickens Plant the corn In the Miss Belle Horndon, and Mr Barney
lug new houses and we note new colonies Sunday Educational Hall. The early boon patches. It will not make Atkins united in marriage Sunday. J. II. Wnlkor, TitiKYlllo\ rlinlrman) JonciihMomliil i
and Mrs. Sawyer; also Mr. and Mrs. Jennings night in were ,, Lnllrniiirei J, II. Walker 1 Itll"vll J
of bees scattered over the country.Our of Ankona, were the guest of Miss attendance was good. From Eau Gallic- like the itch bottom lands farther north,, Dec. 3rd, at the homo of tho bride's ,'no.Jlnlllltnll, Eau Onlllot, .J.N. Waller.A.llk"II". '!
last. noticed Captain W. J, Ncshltt Mrs. but if planted. early It will make some, parents, Rev J, I.. Wilson, omclatln Itfliritiur Rodoloim are held lint Moiuluy In each ,t,
Sunday we '
Sunday school 1 is preparing cetobrats England, on Paddison, and will be so much on tho right side of month

Christmas fine style. Over thirty ,Mrs. null, of Melbourne, who spent, Botsford, Mr. and and Mrs. George Alex J. Goode. your balance sheet. Onions Is another Gen S. Singleton left, Tuesday, for .
Ernest Taylor
dollars has been raised for this purpose several days of last week In this place crop we all can raise for home use. Everything Chicago on busness.! Mr. Singleton expects COUNTY OFFICIALS.

already. In liberality, as in church at as the guest of Mrs. E. E. Peabody, left Thanksgiving was celebrated at this mined at homo helps to keep to represent some Chicago/ firm at .
Minor a.Jobre, Tltnuvlllo\ circuit judge T>
tendance we defy any community of for Eden, Sunday, where she expects tc place by a big barbecue, picnic and base- the store bills cut down.Deland.. the Paris Exposition. T<. laiiMnn' Tltimvlllu, county Jiidtrej I J Mloldxiiiltli .
similar! size to surpass the St. Lucie spend syme time as the guest of Mrs. II ball game; also a gun shoot and a dance Capt Coggln, went to, Tltusvillo last ( Tltimvlllc, iroocoiitlnif( attorney
river We A.A.Stowart'1'Itusvilleclerk circuit \ J,
people, tl.o evening. courts
hall in
Stewart's ,
Whipple.The in Melbourne week In his launch to meet Joseph Jefferson K. Wootnn, Gonon, tax: Ullllllllort| .;. W. lull.
Mr. Smart, of Newark O., who pur- schooner Waif arrived in port last. noticed friends from Tilman) and party and tako them down 'rlteisvlllotaxcolleetor'JohnilenryTituavllle! '! ,
based: the James Andrews Beach, Malaba Eau Ga\1le\ Huntervllle, the rlvor. Tho returned from trenmircrt J. II. Hiiiim, Coiirteimy, auI\erlntoad.
plantation Tuesday night, from a trip up the river, Lennar and other places, all of whom report captain 0 InHtrnctloin J. O. Krlcn. THunvllln.
last spring, has already arrived for the and is looking as neat as a new pin, after time his trip Monday county iiirvcyor, | J.I'.lIrown,TltllBV 1I0.herllf.
winter. lie is several a delightful Rev. W. N. Chaudoln of
having acres covered being treated to a new coat of paint on LaGrange, I
with shed, and is now planting out Messrs. Hodgson Bros', dry dock at Eau accompanied by his wire, were guests of Drink pure filtered water and keep 1\1 UN JC;II'A r.. ..
two hundred very fine four-year-old Gallic. Little Brown Jug Water Filters $1.23; Dr .and Mrs. Forbes during the convention healthy. See those fine filters for sale by t

Mediterranean orange trees. Our river; and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent. Mr Chaudoln was president of the Claude Walton, agent, Tltusville. TOWN COUNCIL.
has sudden illness of Archdeac' -
room for a few m< re enterprising Owing to the I convention. "
men. >n B. F. Brown there were no services Mayor, A. I>, I'enney aldermen Jno. M.
the St. Paul's Episcopal church, Fort Pierce. W II. McFarlnnd and several men from Illustrated folders of the fine East Dlxon, W. H, Knox, Jno. It. Walker, U. LOaiilcliin. '
In ,
Mis. M. Stypman of Brooklyn, N. Y., last Sunday, a* reported in last week's TitiiHvillu have been here In the Interestof Coast hotel, etc., to bo given away free, clerk mill.\F trcuHiirvri. A. l.rwloyi C.imHfjimor Hclitiylvr John) nmrnliulanil Henry[ ':
who has been spending a year with her ADVOCATE. The many friends here ol the orange protection scheme, and are at the ADVOCATE ofllce. /Send: two-cent collector!10. Iknmknl ghtS.ght The council meet J-
100>, Henry at the home of Mr. Otto( the Archdeacon regret very much thai Ewing Rice of Titusvlllti, is sojourning putting up quite number of tents for stamp to pay postage. I flrvt Tuesday In ouch month. .r i I

Stjpman, died last Saturday, after a protected he ,is in poor health and wish him stead in our midst for a while. MIH. Shinier, who owns an orange:; grove ,
illness, from an internal tumor tho; at this place Mr. McKarlitnd has alarge rrue to Ills ('..lIln... INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. '
recovery. presented
that obstructed Mrs. Julius Tyler number 'of orders from In
tho work of the liveraDd people '
.Stubb So the audience found the Drill at the jail,
0. arrived Lane twins with handttomo cups for Armory over county every sTuesday'
stomach; The funeral! was held at Ca Graven, of Geneva DeLund. evening In the mnntli, at 8 o'clock. .
noon Sunday Rev.'Louder, of SebastianOSeiating here last Friday, and will spend sometime Cluistmas. show to be n fake It. K. MIMH.JB., Captain| .
Thanksgiving was duly observed! here, and them was a (
the of
this as Capt
There was large attendance In place guest The chilly blast brings dreams of old
is ol there being many attraction forum n poor footlmll lie luudo the biggest
O''ympathizing J. II. Andrews. Capt. Graves one and captain.
friends. fur-lined coats mini-
most Intimate friends,, Kris Krlnsrle in pie to enjoy throughout the d.iy., Tliurs- kick. HOAItl or TItA1>i:.

By earnest request of many of our and Capt.as Andrews'the Captains are very fond ol moth packs of Xmas sweets.P day morning the sun shone brightly, and Btuhh-Good for you! But how did Meat every " wizens, Mrs. Dr. Haney will give her there will\ be no time lost in Cobb has a fine display of Christmas no better day could be wished. Every. niontb at II II//)o'clock In room over iiontoniua "r
fixture cruising, advertise In bright and early attendingto he express himself Judge al. H. Jones |preslnemmtI'J.! j )II. Dixon, ,
on Mormonism next Sunday which he should body was up ,
the yacht Dixie for various goods, 0.
"**, 10 As Mrs Ilaney was two years boarding on the river. the pink paper. the many duties which are performed I'erm-lit. mild hu wanted his quarter treasurer; J. xicroury. .,
points .
'10 Utah as missionary, during which on such a day of thanks. Services were IJIlck.-Chl/ljlo;
time the traveled quite extensively in Our ladies are very busy making pre< The Misses Smith, of their, wire! held In the different churches. At ten Cllimt'HKN.rflKSIIVTEUIAN ,
mbe! Was territorial president, she is authorjzed which they expect to hold at the residence Mrs. Georgia Hart. toward the Floral Grove house, on New The Joctor-I I haven dUtunt relativeIn CIIUKCII ,

t to speak from direct observation. of Rev. Sawyer, of this place, on We regret to hear of the sad death of York avenue, where there were some interesting "tho theatrical bunlucHM. He I al'tl4111 fWvlrci every flabtiath at II a. m.aml T JO p.m.
Sunday school will begin promptly the evening of the 12th Inst., for the ben Joe McCollurn, of yellow fever, a Miami. bicycle races, quite a number II a prompter merely, but he In well: off Hundity\ fhnol at in a. in., leo. W. Hooblo ,\.

t2 o'clock, and be somewhat shorter efitof a building for the Congregational lie was well known and liked hero.J of DeLand's fastest liders having enter. I In his particular Ilm ht U simply out at tuiit T::111.I'rnyer'I'lie (million inmtliiK \\fidiiendiiy cordially liivlttxl evening to a. '
'"w usual. The lecture will immediate church. Judging from the efforts of out ed. .These being over, all returned homo of sight I I. tend flllr IIIIrv cel. "'
ly follow. ladies, it is sure to be a success as feverything B. Meriwether has purchased the to participate In atfood old Thanksgiving l'I'fl'I4"IJI'-Llkt.'l an not. Well lie!.JOHN A, HUGHES, I-aitor .
they undertake, and everyone Melts place, and will move shortly. We dinner. Then followed a football game, ',
Temperance day was a big success. Is cordially Invited to attend. understand his comfortable town house between the Academy and Business College I.. It ought not to !lit> (ImpoMNlfilv fora wings.Chicago uian MKTIIOD1HT CHURCH ;
Three very fine temperance songs were'jagby JAKE is rented.: of Stetson University It looked at to ft.'l1th"I' tile iifxt from tin }
JUlClllar services first, third and fourth j
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Talks and Dame Rumor says that wedding bells first as If the Business College was going "rl"ullI'. Huiiiluyi at 11 a. m.every and Too: 11. m. Sumula'sclmooi
:te McPherson family. The lesson ol will chime shortly, when some old bachelors to win; but this was not the case, for every HItmifueeurli at ir: day Old KrUn.l 1''> A In. Hunduy at au'HI: In. Prayer meet
was well taught Mrs. IIaney Lotus.That their "ulngle cussed- the fine playing of the Academy made An ten p.
will exchange hll 'fhurllf''", uliclitat' 7:00 o'clock., The
undecided every
rve a short talk on why a temperance which side would win. The horse show Judges were
'l,+ ness" for nnublal felicity all anxious as to LMdlmr Aid Houlety moot every, 1Vudnesdar
7 Is needed, and the Importance ol At last this fine English game was over, IK-ween the tiny and the sorrel. at aloe I'| ui. Even!: 'Inxly weluoiu at our "bureblenlco.
ginning: early with the children in the northwester was cold Mondaj; C. :Nelson, who has for several years and the !score stood 12 to 12 At 'live ..1t lDellllJ'r the inane." hissed tho *.

Ollie. Rev Lane preached an excellent and Tuesday night. been very successfully engaged In the o'clock all the students of Stetson (Including anxious woman who owned! the buy, lien A. I). I'ENNEY, 1'iwtor.

sermon the to the young from the parable ol T. G. Ronald attended the gun shoo oyster Industry at this place, on Friday the pink paper reporter) wended and they promptly cave her tho blue .

Prodigal son. The audience was, in Tltusville, and was on the winning;! list. loaded: his entire, equipment aboard their way to Chaudom hull, where the ribbon.-New York Herald Kmt'OI'AL: CHURCH.Horvlcei .
',Cu51y' larger and not a "peep" was side of the Southern Bee Company's transport large dining-room was biilllantly Illuminated 3ml: and 4th Sunday In each month
leard from one of the two dozen little Drone, and hied himself southward. and decorated. Steward Deford Needed. at 11 a. ni. and 1 p. m. Bumlny. echo every
'ranee J. R. Ragan and wife, of Banyan, were I Charlie Is an expert In his line-an acknowledge and Mrs. Gi -who have charge of 'What Hunday at VJO: a. m. Kvenlninrayer atS |I', .m.on .
last Sun The Inquisitor-The first lervlun I'riJur
Wednesday every
callers among the neighbors authority, In fact, upon matters this had arranged seats for
department ,
day. pertaining In any way to shellfish' 150 people. At each seat was a menu, a joke In n good point, In It not? at 10 a.m. Archdeacon H )p. HIIOWM, Rector. a
Rio. discovery Manufacturer-Not at all. Theme fl
whatever kind and hU recent The
Mrs. Green returned from the north, of ; beautifully gotten up, upon which was t
Saturday and Is settled in her home here of more propitious conditions at Iricrlbed the names of tome of the finest enHvntlnl U to write pomcthlng an IIAITI8T CHURCH.

Glutsch, who has been very 111, i II again. hobo Sound Is responsible for his sudden dishes to please the palate of any epicure exdiuuKe editor can put a smart head Preachingevery tecoml and fourth Sunday
'10511'V. convalescing. decUiou to migrate. Messrs. Nelson The dinner consisted of ten courses, all on.-Indiana poll Journal. rnornlui ami evening frayef ala+tumgs every A;.
)[el8r&. Chalker, Thlgpen and Osteen I Harbin and Sullivan: constitute a trio of which were served In regular order. At Wednowlay evening at 7 too o'clock Sunday,

ew! E. Rea Is working on James Holmes, were visitors to Cocoa, Monday, goin/! good fellows who occupy cozy furnished 9:30: p. m. the reception was given to the Tbrlftr, lag Hcooul ant every Sunday Kunday at taUranice a' tI-611: 5. ui.All we Also cordially preeah w

t addition to hie house. by private conveyance.Mr. apartments in the Tancre residence at member of the Baptist Convention, The l"edelltrhw-You keep a horse! Invited to attend. !

Yr. Smart, of Ohio is in town for the, and Mrs. Carringtonof$ the Banana hobo Sound during the oyster season there being about 100 of them. Tho Why.! bad no Idea you were no thrifty. _E. K. II ILL. Tutor T
i later last week and It was your correspondent'.pleaxureto students bad a glorious time, many voting In the '
the guest of Mr. Glass river side, were shoppers here ;; "Oh, yen. I deposit regularly CHURCH. ':
r. W. they came over via sail boat. partake of their hospitality one day it as one of the finest Thanksgivings .saving bank all the money I borrow
Miller came down from Ormond this week. ever held at Stetson University Rervlcei at 10 a. m. every Bunday. In new
lau spent Sunday with his wife ,and Archie Chambers spent Thanksgiving Oyster stew and oyster fry from my trlend.Llfe.Tho Church building North Tltutville Children's "
r K Georgians, and went on a hunt; he Oyster patties, salads, pie. church O ewhl.W at 3}>. m.RSr.J,1',0'Ibrt.itector,
Baptist will
ter.We Iota of time was killed.S. Tourist of the East Coast, this season -Do you want to buy or sell property ladles of the _
would esteem the favor If oaten says will sorely] be abundantly served with ye on Indian River 1 If you do. write the errs oytteri, Ic. cream, cake and coffee, the ADVOCATE when
whea writing or calling upon A. Osteen killed an enormous Urge the, succulent bivalve of. the order "large Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltusvllle the band-room, on Washington avenue, -please kdvertlieri.mention

;te.TTeriser to purchase merchandise, rattlesnake, Sunday evening on and luscious." FU. See page 4. Tltusville/ this evening writing
10 rattles.
be bad
would mention the AOTOOATK. county road;

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9 9t

t I .Is. 9nferinf tnocn ,more into our every .
color, day IIt Ko beaker Is she exclusive Florida Central l tni

poTAsuivcs to the aristocratic ranks, bo longer .

,flaVjg firmness to must w*,,think.of her aa asoc1atadwith k ,
millionaires alone. She bas come '

all fruits. No good fruit to ot la her professional vocations: 3 Railroad
ihe:ha* come wltb' ot unlimited dollar yA p

.d fcah. or* daughter, of the,

i ;. be raised Without olid, 'proeperoue man of learning or

..Jo.\w commerce and In that capacity has begun tTn e xceiiec i | service from forma to aU jo) akiNorth
Potash. to permeate what one IIi1 call
English home circle*.. And with.her __

!Fertilizers frank, ue0ventJoiiaJ ways, berbrigbt, East and
least 1! West
containing at
fund of talk! and .her honest capacity
for folks
enjoyment ordinary are a*
8 to. 10% of Potash will give glad to welcome ber'to their midst aa '

I those of mere exalted. station balled Jacksonville: k Id ifew York: carrying
,. t Two Trains dally b sen Pullman Drawl
0 all Write cOIDP en.
best results fruits.
; on
!' / rIt was a very ,large. contingent .Indeed Boom l sleeping caret'parsing through
t .that the United States contributed
' I* ::f.; for'our'pamphlets,-which ought to the reCent' International( ) congress- Colombia iarlottesvilleBALTIMORE '

i of :women and It ,.Is without doubt { Savannah Was hlllgto

p to be in every farmer's library largely due to these delegates that ,,
11 1.
Epgllsti Wined have tost some of their and PHILADELPHIA.

t They, are serit free. fear that, the !'platform woman' from .
.d.t :'.
I- over the teas ,must of J1rceellt1.aT..
'S been a weird and wild crank. Instead
;, GERMAN KALI WORKS, they found; them Interested 'In the same I "Dixie .

;". 83 NMMU St., New York. phases of philanthropy. In the same . Flyer", .

Jf practical and useful movements, .as j Tri-Weekly Sailings
themselves and wl'b aa unvarying desire Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St Louis via

WOMAN'S to promote'friendly feelings between

; WORLD.- I I Anglo-Saxon the two race.great" branches of the BETWEEN, JACKSONVILLE and NEf YORK Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nasb ill

l SECRETARY LONG'S DAUGHTER SEEKS (Calling.at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

\,. HEALTH IN COLORADO. Revolt of the Pine Grai Delle. Making$ connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points )in the Northwest
I Most unusual of any club which has The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe

e yet been heard from Is that which
,f' American Women In London-He-voU
lately has been formed In
I of the Dine Gra. Ot'lleVome. Louisville. Lines. Also Jacksonville-Cinclnnatti! sleeper via Colombia and Ashevlllo.
Clyde New England and Southern
", Learning Oratory-A Few Seam Twenty-two women and report says
; I Are Now the Fad. '* that they are all young and pretty, Direct Service: Between Full Information on application to any agent of this company.

I'f Miss Helen Long, second daughter have for formed the promulgation themselves 'Into of the a latest society Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. McDonell

;' of the secretary; of the n4\1. will spend of woman's rights-the' right to be (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) A. O L. A Shipman,

; the winter In Colorado owing to pulmonary ugly. They do not menu by this that .

I trouble. they are going to cut off their noses or Southbound.......................SEMI-WEEKLY. ..................SAILINGS...... ...s.!........from Lewis Wharf Boston General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
nlllfl Miss Long's friends assert that she otherwise dlsllgure themselves but Northbound............................ ............. .... from foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's .
;t contracted the cold which seems to simply that they are no longer going to -

dress demean ._, ...
or to pleaseman.
: bare been the beginning .of her decline St. Johns River Line. + -w

I at the dinner served on the Dolphin .
"The day" they recently announced BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
; given about the middle of Feb
Il "w en we can say to man that wedon't Jacksonville,Falatlca, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River .
: The weather was Inclement .,
t ruary. care whether be likes us or not STEAMER .SouthernRailway

:.. and the exposure to the'strong river that day we divide the world with "FBED'K DeBAIlY." ,.

breeze proved disastrous. Miss him." To the this
k 1t, very mere man seems to CAPT. W. A. SHAW. .

;. 'Long spent the cln)' on the bout which be only the feminine way of saying eave'Jacksonville 3:30 I'.m.,flunday ,TuelldaYII and Thursdays
it was anchored Just off the wavy yard. that lhe,day she ceases to be a woman Leave Sanford. 9:00 a.m., Enterprise 9:30 a.m., Mondays,Wednesdays. and Fridays.
r superintending the details of the ban she becomes ax )toad an a man, and If
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.W. .
quet. PIesldent: and ,Mrs. McKinley all women were thought manmight WINTER TOURIST SEASON 1899-1900.

.'i"',, were the guests of honor and Vice well be ten' lled. As It Ix young .women K, -WARBURTOX T. P. A., F.!1.IRONMONGER, Fla Pass. Afrt./ ,
President and Mrs. Ilobart, with all probably will thluk twice before a Howling Green New York. I 2M West Bay St.,,Jacksonville.Fla.
r- C.P.LOVELL, Asst.Fla. Bunt.. I JOHN. L. Jllw RD Snperlnwndllnt.
the cabinet families, were present.1 they. follow .Hit fair Kt-utuckluus' example Jacksonville. Fla. | Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville.Fla. Through Train Service via Jesup.
During the war Miss Long was a for after all the women who THKO. O. KGKll, T. M.) 6 Boning Green New York. .
k would all WM. P LYUE A CO.,General Agent. .
hospital nurse. Long before hostilities remained \voweu have It
S owllDsr Green.New York tll Mo. Delaware Av.... Phllsdelphia.Florida .
.. broke out she announced her Intention their own way JSvery month the society ( THE' FAMOUS

of becoming n mire should : .meets and.dlllcU:4Mt'l the progress
t 'v' the trouble over Cuba result In blood. that has beeu wade lu their light for East Coast CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITEDAND
Ry. .
y shed. In order to equip herself for women's rights. Any woman who -

s' takes an oath that she never will be 1
i it
the In for CINOINJfATI
guilty ,of any of arts :vogue THE DAY EXPEESI
attracting man's smiles ,and approbation .
BOUTH BOUND (Rend Down).. NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
Is eligible for membership. Matrimony Will on and after November 19th, 1890 be operated via Jesup.

however Is not looked upon Iy1Da 86 ST TIONS. DN.ell" Ditty
1 with disfavor. Provided U woman can Ez. y HSt: ala

win a husband without resorting' to p "iii ve..a................... Jac1uonvIUe...i......................"'". '1jOp lQ 65.Up .. BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE]
1Q BOa Arrive....................... St.Augustine ....................Leave S Sip 9 d.s2oi
any of the arts to make herself attractive p p loins Lasve.......................Bt.AtlRulltln....................Arrive 816P 110.67p .
she Is perfectly at liberty' to 11 ilia f' .................. ........ Haednes ... ...._...............Leav 6BOp, OO4ap ." I.
that g7 II1&i. rrl". ......... ......:. ....... P.IAlka ........ ..............Leave j -ROUTE-PLANT SYSTEM TQJESUPi
do so. The only stipulation Is Imposed .-L 4lipll00a Lf.Ave ., .. ..;....,.... .. P"lalk" ....... ......:.........Arrive TIOs .
upon the members of the new TTii P ...... Arri"........... .... .......... ban Mateo ... ....... ........Lea"e ...... Z SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROfl JESUP
, society Is that the word "obey" be left .. ''l8O Leave ...... ,.......... ....... SAn Mateo ........... .... ......_Arrive ''l1! ...
I out of the marriage ceremony. 4Illlp 11i lMav........................ Elut Palatka .._....................Leav. 6 l-1j.4
Only single women are eligible for t 41ip 1l6tlp: .. .................-....... Ormond .......... ............... .. 84ip 713a 12 ,Hours Quicker Time from Tampa to Cincinnati
'6I\p 1000p P ............. ......-......Daytona.-...... ............... ". 8 BOp ,0''.
membership), and. strange to bay there l06p 1 lap .. ................ .......Port r&Dlle.... ...._.... .. .... .. BtIp: 861a' Through Pullman Cars, via Jacksonville.
I are no old maids or widows In the club. a 26p 161\p .. ................... New Smyrna ..... .................. lOOp'00a161p2'JP
; : ......................... Oak HUl........ ._............. to 222p, 8 06a'BOP -ALSO '
: : -New York' Press. 81M I. .......................T/ylta.vwe...w.................... .146p 611Ua -
J ..... 8HOp .....................City Point ......................... 11Sp......
I ..... 88/1p ...........................Cocoa ............................ 1 tr.p ...._ Quickest Time ever made from Jacksonville to Cincinnati
Women Learning Oratory ...... 841p ......................... Rocklodge ......................... t 04p ......
' The latest fad among the Chicago: ...... 412p .........:............ FAn (lalUe ......................... I288p ..... etc e e .
I 1.I 1.- ...... 421p ...............:......... Mfllbourne........................ 12 24p ......
'. clubwomen IH extempore speaking. ...... 46ip .......................... Roeeland .......................... 1118. ......
/ '-'' When women's clubs took on such a ...... 601p .......................... 8e\&IIUAD........................ 1148& .. '.. JV>r detailed information as to rates, schedules. Rleepfanr ear reservations, eto., apply te
\ I, ...... 66'p: ...............;.......... StJ Lncle .......................... I06l\a ...._ amy agent of the SOUTHERN RAILWAY or its oonneotionsf via Jesnp.
,; MISS HELEN LONG.f boons Just after the World'H fair ambitious ...... 816p ........................ Fort _...................... 1018i \ ......
,I f women soon discovered that a' CI'lp ............ .......... .....Eden .... ........................ 1006a K. W. HUNT :
, + this service she went to Baltimore and of law i a' 6411 p .................... ....... Jensen........ .................. 1000a l'aOg Florida Pass. Agft., 818 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, FlaJ.
i 0'' r entered the medical school of Johns knowledge parliamentary was t6llp .............. ............ Stnart ....................... \16011 408of < M. OULP. 'w. A. TURK S. H. HARD WICK
; a sure road to honors at the hamU of t20p ........................ Robe Sound........................ .. .19& Daily TraM. ,
.' Hopkins university Her 'example their fellow members. After a time it t ....................... WlIlJt Jupiter ........................ 001. f Waahingtoui.Manager Gen Pass. Xrt'1. .t.IIIIt. Gon -Atlanta.
.t I. aroused the spirit of patriotism In her liSp .............. ......W.at Palm Beach _................... a as: '. Wsahington,1* 0. ,
became evident that to have Influence 18111 to .......1,1..... .......BoyatoD........ .................. November 18th 1809.MALLOEY .
n f' friends and Miss Dorothy Held daughter In the world of clubs a woman must 861ip ........ .........-a Delray ....... ......... "
, of Wbltelaw Held; Miss Mabel Austin 1181p ...................... Fort I.auderdale- ..... ............. am
', have at least a fair acquaintance with 1020p a ....... ... .....-.. Lemon City.......... ....<....... "
daughter of the former governor of the mysteries of Robert and Cushing 10 Ay 1v.......................... Miami..............;........... "
Minnesota and Miss Mabel Simla also and Shattuck. So pretty soon every BETWEEN NEW SMYINAAND, ItAMHl! CITY: JUNCTitN.

I fefc" ; entered the university to prepare them woman was'more or less deep In these .:No. 5 No. 1 STATIONS. No. ;iNo.,I STEAMSHIP LINE.

: selves for bospltal. nurses. mysteries.But ;iplOluaUSla Lv...,..... ...........New 8myroa..,.................... r i'j, 8habOpl
As soon as was declared Miss! ..... Lake Helen .................. ...,....L.v 12 lOp '10pdOtpll89a
war these brilliant parliamentarians ,."..................... .Orange City........................... '* 12000 /21s Florida, New York,
'Long and! her friends volunteered} their discovered that there was still some- 4 11 45a Ar......... N. .. ...Orange City Junction....................... u 11 fifia 415 Philadelphia and Boston|
services to the government. :They, were Ail trains betweenNew l and City Junction Daily except: Sunday.UKTWKKN .
t f thing lacking. They knew the I law, ____ myrna Orange : \ F.oa Brnaswiek(direct),to New York.
t tt assigned to the naval hospital ,In but they were all at sea In a good lively II1USVILLK AND: :*ANK )K1>. __ PASSENGER SERVICE.
S r. Here Miss Long won the
, Brooklyn. ,
club fight Strangely enough this o. STATIONS No 11 '
f. r':f love of the'sick and wounded who arrived was because they could not talk. Of "L.i ,...."................................ tuav .._...............................,Ar ISa 4IL To make connections I with steamers, and leave"Gov.Jaclwnvjon. S5 0'
In the hospital ship Solace from t a .....................................Mima......................................I.T 11211 Iz Thursdays at&20.a.m.,via Fernandina pint
l course they were not actually tongue .. .................................OHtt.'en..................................... II Km IJ.L/I (Cnatberland Route) Arrive Brunswick p.m.:20a.. m. (> IAV.
i't Santiago. Miss Long lived /In the hospital tied but they could not get up on their 111M i .................................Eaiterprliieu.................,............ use nwte.. .via Or Everett via all rail, leivinfcJacksonville taking '
and devoted her entire time easing 1I 0ial. ...,. Junction.BBOaAr .............................. ) and oathel'1l R'y. raABengera
II' r r feet and say what they wanted to. as .............,................ Enterprise -...... .............................. .. 11or.. per aboard steaaier tbat night.
the pain of the brave fellows who
t. they wanted to. The women them All trains between Tltuaville and Sanford DaIly except Sunday.
returned from the front helpless. PROPOSED: : SAILINGS
selves knew that something was wrong

E..:, Miss Long made many friends during and bad a shrewd Idea as to what the KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Lv.New York Pier.21 E.R.,. KJOp.m., (Standard. Time.) Lv Bustyraj l
her residence In Washington. Deep '
i li' matter was but did not know bow togo fche steaiuoi of the Florida Eaat Coast Steamithlp Company are ppolnted i*sail ..followai Oct .... RIO GRANDE ................ ..... 'Frldl" %(
: sorrow Is expressed ut the sad news 'to work to remedy matters. Friday No,. 3.,.. ..... ., COLORADO...;:..........................Friday.Friday : .
! of her alarming Illness. She III. a STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. -.. .. ORANUK.......... ..............Friy. .
4N Now. however; the remedy fs at Friday, IT. .COLORADO.... ....................Friday.
.- quiet girl with more love for books baud. A bright young woman discovered Friday 23.\.......RIO GKAND!:.....;.................... FrldsyP "

I t than for social atm'uttles. She has. that they needed Instruction In .Leave Miami Sundays nod Wednesdays, ; Arrive Key West Monday and Thar. For general Information,steaiaentrains,rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to
f"" gracious tuauers and a cordial address da,.. Leave West and T>> Arrive Havana sad
t. and will "sincerely regrettedby extemporaneous ppcaklng. and the women ., Key Monday a.rllda1a; Tuesdays BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay St.JacksonUJH. |
pailin uuirlaus Immediately recognized .H.RAYMOND: General Southern Agent Brunswick,UA.
It I.i Is
the other cabinet hostesses.
In her a long felt want. She 0.B.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20,K.River and SU Broadway N. T.
: not likely that the family of the secretary organized classes and the women go Lean UIIO. Tuesday and Friday: Arrive Key West Tuesday and Friday -
of the navy''will take part In the and taught how to talk ten minutes Leave Key West Tuesdays' and Friday a: Arrive Miami Wednesday and Saturday --
: social) season qwlug to Miss Helen's are Departure* from Miami will be mad* tuoua* poiulble Miter arrival of train U
i .\" at a stretch. It IM Maltl' that cur- SHlli' lots.
,'. on u ,
:. condition. This will make another
tam c lectures dress and stories about 'l'b_ IHiue'tab.vitlioMr! the tuu.Hal whlob truint and boats maybe expected arrivenn l If Yon Have Not
In the list of otUclul hostesses the speaker's children are burred. Otherwise dopart from he xeverai stattot.a mid ports, but tbuir arrival ur departure. at the titans
sated is not guaranlred, nor doe the Uuupauy hold, ronpuuuibitt fur any delay' or aajrCAiKnquenoes
everything goes from Homerto arlalnq iherefrom.
'I American Women In London. the best way to cook beans. For cony of local time card call al ato West Bay btrtwi JacLjuuvUle.or addnuaJ.
The London Dally\ Telegraph pays .K BEUii\V1TU. Trafflo Manager. J. D. BANNER, A,CK P. A.
the following pretty tribute to American -- 81 Anenatin Found What You Want
-- --
women In Loudon; --- "
Oraanlnir the Idea.

_' woman"Never been perhaps wore has prominent the American In qur Swimming Instructor- Remember YSTEM.It For a Home, suppose youjtaka: a trip down and look atj
: you must kick with your feet and
t midst tban this season. Socially of. strike out with your hands PLANT Fruit and Garden Lands along the
she has been a factor of Importance
Fair lA'aruer-Strlke out? Why It's
In many recent years and It like East Coast
just baseball Isn't UT-Chicago
la bard to Imagine a London season Tribune.
in which an Important part would not you are going anywhere whether It be to the

be played by the Duchess of Marlborougu All Depend on lice North South East West
Settle In but still there is room. It you I
LUy Duchess of Marlborough. "How late shall you remain at your are flocking .

t the Duchess of Manchester Lady Randolph summer cottage this year?" he Inquired. Northwest or Southwest. looking this way, drop a line to

a. Churchill Mrs. Cboate. Mrs. .
,; Ronalds, Mrs. Mackay,. Mr*. Bradley "Ask the cook" she replied.-Chicago Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railway and Steamship Lines with JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVlce.rre9fdent

tL. Martin Mrs. Olden Uoel t and many Post gateways; at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

more whose foremost position In London and various other polnts'wth| Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIs FI
Throe Llltl He-minder.. S'T. AUGUSTINE
society Is unchallenged. Did think of the beat route, and that Information can be obtained promptly by addressingor
"But the feature which seems to Wtfey- yon mo while I
almost unnoticed and to was down at the beach dear! calling on Printing

aL characterize Lave passed the charming transatlantic Hubble Why, of course. Didn't I F. M. Jolly, Division Passenxer Agent.13S The ADVOCATE does neat t, clean Job

Invasion would seem to be that I get a bill from the landlord once a Went Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville Fla.,
i week I-Youkers, S tetmlan. the Ti
the stars ou.d stripes Prices to Snit
the I\UI.4\fr..ot B. W..W renn, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

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: ,. ,. Light and Air, Warmth, )letetare. ..*4 F.te of tho Uliobedlent Woodeok are expert fencer: recognize-) that It Is Yen, August Flower still has the largest
Good Tilth Etc., ae Factor. -. L.e? '... ot Clo..r Lana an extremely graceful amusement sale of any medicine In the civilized
Since the object In applying barn.yardbianure'or TfcV'Shntniuia, *.v.... Fencing bid fait to be a* popular as world. Your mother and grand mother*
Indeed any manure Is 'r. 1" ; cycling\ ,. apt\ a(great; 'many ladles have never thought of nMng anything else for

IOTA I OTEI.J to Increase fertility tt Is Important to I Once upon a time a family of little been' tkng, :|! 'lesson] durng'Ite, seaon.fto Indigestion! or DllllotuneM. Doctors

4RZVER have a clear understanding as to what : brown! birds lived :I In, a. snug,. happy > ,,,{'man with,, a'weak. physique were scarce, and they seldom heard of
'' '
.'' T1TUSVILLE constitutes this condition. home 'In a lovely wood. Their n4mejr..1 would, have any.,cbimce. Strength of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or
quality or Woodcock,and they were held In teg'(la'absolutely necessary 'a_ well as Heart failure, etc. They used August
i. v INDIAN RIVER, Mr. Frank Shutt. chemist of the Cana- much 'respect by thjlr neighbors'Papaand of-wrlst. and, much actIvity. put It I Ja Flower to clean out the system and stop

dian experimental farms, In discussingthis Mamma\Woodcock had brought up a most admirable exercise, Improvingthe fermentation of undigested food,regulate

FLORIDA. subject, has said: A soil's fertilityor their family well' their two daughters. figure'and developing the muscles nervous tho action and of organic:the liver action stimulate of the the

crop producing power Is dependentupon Speckle and Russet and their '6neon. and It Is quite :worthy to be. made nn and that i III nil they' took when feelIng system -

J. G. BAST various factors, chief among! k Jacky being well, educated nt art. It U not only ph'slclitrenith\ dull and bad with headaches and

Proprietor., which undoubtedly Is the,presence of home by a" governess called Miss Jack- that Is required tor: this amusement, other Aches. You only' need a few doses

; l.. an abundance of assimilable-that It, daw. but keenness of the eye and dexterityof of Green's August Flower, In liquid formto

le P 1' The hotel fronts on thewtde8weepofbay(7milee more or less Immediately soluble- Now Speckle and Russet were a the wrist,. and these are quite 'wo make you natlftfled there Is nothing
credit to their teacher and their serious the mutter with yon. Samplo
parents of and
S. manly. Quickness perception
( plant food. ,There are, however, other bottles
at J.P. :
Cooper's drug store at
in width ; but. sad to say, Jacky Woodcockwas action are .
formed the necessary.In
| j ), by
.. factors conditions that tend toward Cocoa, and F. S. Chaftuo's drug store at
o qr1'j' Indian both naughty and disobedient and
J ? soil productiveness, and since barnyard TItusville, Fla.
delightful summer re gave poor Mia* Jackdaw a pat deal London and Paris some'Very! fashionable -
nu p i i sort. Constant cool manure, besides supplying the ele- of trouble. One ,day Jacky had been weddings, have recently taken
ti v breezes from the sea and ments for the nourishment bf crops, unusually naughty and refused to learn place at 4 o'clock lu the afternoon.' JjUOO. petard $100.

jd, bay. Flowing sulphur affects directly or'lndlrectly these conditions the "rudiments of boring," which as Three 'of the most fashionable brides The readers of this paper will bo
M s. springs. Special summer It will be well to consider them every one knows,are an' Important part In New York have had no bridesmaids. pleased to loam that there Is at least one

rates. If only'briefly. of a woodcock's education so he was Perhaps this was due to the fact that dreaded disease that science has been
able to In all Its and
cuio that Is
Light and Air.-In the absence! of left at home to'learn his lesson! proper there were no bridesmaids at the' ,wedding Ciuauli. Hall's Catarrh stages Cure, Is tho

= light and! air plants cannot thrive, for ly. But no sooner was he alone than of Miss Julia Dent Grant and only positive cure known to the medical

.JACKSONVILLE. while the latter supplies the greater Jacky threw his book Into a corner Prince Cantacuzene. There Is as mucha fratel ulty. Catarih being a constitutional
portion of their nourishment th" for. and hurried Into a coppice to play by fashion In bridesmaids there Is In disease, requires constitutional

mer serves to convert such within the himself a proceeding which was floral decorations and the cut and treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken

plant Into vegetable substances. Since, strictly forbidden. shape of the wedding gown. Engagements Internally, acting directly upon tho

OLD... however, light and air are abundantly It was a glorious autumn diy. The have only been announced a blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
Merritt's. Hotel Rathbun CARLETON. provided by nature It will not be sun was shining: brightly, and Jacky short time before the wedding, and thereby 'Bliolng I ,the foundation of
necessary here to dwell nt any length hopped along gayly. as It there was this Is the custom, especially! If the tho disease, and Riving\ the (patient
strength by building Iho constitution
upon their agricultural functions.It not such n thing In the world as the bride has been out several seasons and : up
and imlsilng rmtmo in doing \Its work
Is, however Important to point out "rudiments of boring" He didn't care has been social success.It The proprietorsao\\: so much faith in
that roots as well as leaves require air., n bit, so' long in IIP was out enjoyinghimself.
Market and nay Streets, fronting: St. Johns River. American plan. UH eurntivu'owes.. that they offer One
Waterlogged, badly drained soils and But then Is always a sad l.s proposed In France to Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill heavy, plastic clays exclude the air fate In store for little birds who "don't a court of Justice run by women to ciiiu. Scull: for list of; testimonials

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from and consequently have a low degree of care" and art disobedient. and tor'o'n.. to.Mich may be earned Address i .'. .'. CHENEY A CO.: ,
fertility. Barnyard manure and all Jacky spread out his wings and rose all those concerning which Toledo, O.SJPfci .
$3 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month................. Cl1l1t'lI' ultl by dr'ugt s.llIt": 75 cents.hail's .
organic manures do signal service for Into the air. Suddenly a cry rang out. the most h'nrul'dlIt'1I know nothing.:
C. A. MERRITT Lessee. such soils by remitting them more "Mark Woodcock! There was a sharp, This will relieve a man judge, for In- I Family Pills are the best.

porous and permeable to air. cracking sound!, a putt of blue smoke, stance, from! determining questions as \\TANThUrtKVJ'UAL l'KnsA\8 FOR DI8Mlit -
Respecting.the value of light It will and there on the ground! lay .Tacky, to fit I lu Milts brought by dressmakers )) t OHIO( Mnnniror Ik thin state to rf'pr -
only l lIb necessary to state that the dead. That hl'troct'tl the ,'*>ont 1111 lit their own and NirroumJImr
quite night against I their clients! and It ought to to ,
coumlnM.lillnp!; t pay early 'fWII'I\Yl\hl
full effect of manure Is not obtained sportsman's dinner table, beautifully do away also with much expert: testimony week Ir. Di-nirnlilti" tl<>ym Merritt's[ Hotel Placlde 1 when crops are too thickly sown.. An cooked and lakl on a piece of toast! In such cases | ) It 'forcnceH txrlmngwcl.; EnrlosnHoir.i.clihCKKfil :
MUIIIIIII'|' fmclniio. H, A. I'ark.
excellent Illustration of this Is afforded 3.20: ('iixton lint Iliiir,Olduago.OAINESVIII .

by the Indian corn'crop. Carefully Your Danger NowIs --
conducted experiments have shown
< that the amount of real cattle food furnished from the overworked condition of .f.LarKest '
the liver and kidneys which are unable
The only first-class Hotel In the State conducted on the Europeanplan by: say, an acre of corn sown to expel Impurities from the blood. This

Our 40 cts. Special Meals are tho most liberal and broadcast very much less than that causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparilla BROWN HOUSE and best\ Hoteli.VlNEbVlLLR
only. obtained from a similar area planted .
\ lias been wonderfully successful in (t : .. LO It II>It.
popular served in the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. In rows or hills.! curing this disease. It neutralizes the .
Warmth and Moisture.With these acid In the blood and permanently euros
OHAS. COUCH, RrJsldentlIllnager.The also the control of the farmer Is only the aches and pains wlilch'othcr tncdl- :

Indirect. It Is nevertheless well to re- tines fall to relieve. Hood's Sarsaparllln JNO. S. BOWEN
member that Judicious culture Is the best winter medicine because IIpuiifics ,
may "
Manager formerly "I'lacidc, Jacksonville Fla.
enriches and vitalizes the blood.
vastly Increase and also regulate Iisoli's
Travelers' Hotel It gives help just where help Is needed '\
warmth (so necessary, especiallyIn ---- ------ ------ LZ
It tones the stomach stimulates the
see'd germination and the
younger liver and arouses and sustains the kid- Tltusvllle lioanliiitf UOIINCN.<
stages of growth), as well as affect neys. It wards off phoumonla, fevers,,

MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. beneficially Its capacity for holding bronchitis, colds, coughs and tho grip '
per cent of growing plants Is water. ,
All of this and much more which Is Life Growing Longer Board and room, $1.00 per day, When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, \

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. transpired! through the leaves duringthe Professor Mansfield Merrlmdn, studyIng cakes, etc., go to ''Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,
the United States Cl'II8US'elol.tll( hotels and families supplied.
THE.BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. life of the plant are drawn by the since ISTtO has discovered a marked
roots from the soft The presence of ,
UTake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. and steady Increase In the length of '
organic matter, as furnished for In- human life In our country during the BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FI A. ,
tancp, by barnyard manure, Is Instru- ,
last half Ills statistics, which
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. mental In controlling! a right degree of were presented at the recent meetingof Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Bonn! and room, One Dollar per day.Spt'clnl .
HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. soil moisture during seasons of droughtand the American Association ,For the rates by week or month
by its fermentation raises the soil's O. BOUKN10HT, Proprietor. ':
Advancement of 14cleuceshow, that In
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, 'comfortable and temperature 1850 the median nge or tll"> cntln population .
made to all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Good Tilth.-For want of another
homelike and efforts give
was 18.IJ, ."1'111'11. wit i' In !HII( It\ 1
ant Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- term to denote that suitable and favorable -
stay. very, had risen to 'J1.4 years. In I'.H'O.' ho anticipates. NIC .ARENb'SDEI'OT :
sonville. physical or mechanical condition r
It will\ bo SJ2.J HA\
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. of soil which Is the result of Judicious yearn.
and "median ago" Is meant that which divides .
culture the application of manures FOR
the writer has been obliged to uso the I the population equally, one half

WESTMORELAND HOTEL' West Bay and Cedar Streets, tic expression clay that"good bakes tilth.into" hard A heavy masses pjas-alight i the being median.above and the other half below Rochester Beer

JACKSONVILLE. and too porous sand that neither A Woman'. Court. Bartholomay's .

holds moisture nor affords a firm root It I lit I proposed I In France to, "Iahll/III a

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- hold to plants, a peaty or swamp soil a court of Justice run by women it ml Fine {Wine, t.lcluol'lIond Cigars.: I

ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water practically destitute of clay and sand for women, to which\ may be carriedall ,
MERCHANTS to 2 P. .1\(. 2rt CENTS. .
-none of these can be said tp be In those cases concerning which the ,
Baths, Elevator, etc.! Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All good tilth. A soil however composedof most learned men know nothing: Thin 1'JO: W Bay /Nt, Jacksonville, Florida. :

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75c: and $1 a day. Rooms and these elements in right proportionsand will 'relieve a man Judge for Instance _-.- ,,
Intimately mixed and so'cultivatedthat '
from determining questions as to fit
board $2.00 to $2,50 per day. air Is between the soil
In suits brought by dressmaker FOR S.ALE.
Mrs A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. particles, that possesses a good absorp against their clients\ and It ought to do ,
tive capacity for moisture, freedom for
away also with much expert testimony
> ST. AUGUSTINE.' root extension and yet withal a certain In-such cases. Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 ',
firmness-such n soil may ,be said to bo .r

In good tilth. Draining plowing! { harrowing Acres' of Land. ;::r

'PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. cultivating, and the like have Itobbcil the Grave. ,
for their object the Improvement of A startling Incident, of which Mr. John
the mechanical condition pf the soil Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject,
This hotel! is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near and Indirectly the liberation of soil U nariiilud by him HH follows: "I was Inn
Postofflce, Bank and Cathedral. most dreadful condition. My ikln was ,
food !hence these operations are
plant ;
Rooms, SOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. essential[ for soil betterment) It Is almost yellow, eye sunken, tongue coaled !
V. D. ? A' 11IEZ, Manager. nevertheless true that the presence of pain-continually In back and sides, ; :;
no appetite, -gradually growing weaker _
\ _
of farm ma- i
humus from the: decay hr1
day by day. Three physicians given ;
..t tM ,. Hotel nures or other organlc'matter Is a necessary bo up. Fortunately,. a friend advised
Algonquin factor toward the same end. trying 'Electric Hitters,' and to my great
It Is evident therefore that the structure ;- joy and surprise the first bottle make "
Fronting on the Plaza, or texture of soil must be studiedas decided improvement, I continued their 4r9
: well as Its supply of plant food. ue for throe weeks and am now a well 1 Ir ecw arfe 1 "
8'c ; ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA man. I know they laved my life and ,, +tk:41: : +alkh t'n. ti,

j Under New and Liberal M na ement. robbed the grave of another victim."
Most Centrally Located. Special Atten Corn Cnltl*atlon. No one should' fall to try them. Only
tion to Tourist and Commercial Trnv Probably more mistakes which InjurIously 50 ctd, guaranteed at F. S. Chaffee'i !' TM'+:* 'a ,
< No Rival at Rates. Rates $2 to $2.50 per affect the yield ore made In drug store.
Day. The Loading Hotel. Open theyear methods of preparing the soil planting, ,
yound.F. distance allowed to each plant and In Foe )
of than .In similar ." Porkmaklnr.October' .
the cultivation
C. HAYDEN, Manager.
and November are the two
with other Amongthe
respects any crop.
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. most common mistakes, says the most favorable months In all the year

South Carolina station In expressing; for making pork, no far as weather I r I '
ii EAU GALLII2. ) defective conditions go. There l I. at this time of !
this opinion, are (a preparation c '
of the soil preylous to planting; the year considerable In the way of f !l I

(b) planting on beds or bedding duringthe potatoes, pumpkin, turnips and other
lands deficient In vegetables which can be turned to good
Hotel Granada moisture cultivation; (c) planting upon In water furrow account an food for pigs, which other LncHteil lit SAn Ot"rcp qtinrlerB of H mile south of KAU: GALLIE,

EAU, GALLIE, FLA and cultivating! flat upon lands havingan wise might be wasted says the Deliver FLOHIDA, on the KHU: Oiillle River, lees thin half M mile from tho

excess of moisture: (d) planting too Field arid 1''arm.AElUlt1CUItI. Indian River, still! two HIM) H hulf tulles from the Orenii. 'Jho property j

Half way,down the East (toast, on the bank of Indian River. Bent' thinly upon fertile moist bottoms and Is two hundred tulles south of Juckeonville, on the Florida East Coast '

hunting and fishing point on the Coast. Everything new. No malaria. too thickly upon dry uplands; ((0) cultivating !- : FOR CJtOUl. Hallway, with the Railroad Stat Inn uiljolnlng. the property Buildings

Large rooms, good: bed, plenty of oranges and a GUARANTEED TAIILE. too deeply, breaking the roots erected In 1800, and snore of them have never been occupied, the original t.
of the plants; (t) not cultivating earlyor YcnrVu Constant
$2.00 to $3.00 per day; Special weekly rates. Twenty-live owner having died a few months after their'completinn
BALLECK WELLES Proprietor. NOEL A. MITCHELL, clerk. frequently enough to prevent Use without n Failure The hotel was opened for about, two months prior to the owner's
the surface
formation of a crust ;
death and hit been used itlnre All the buildings erected *tithe
(g) continuing the cultivation after the The flint Indication of croup la hoarseness not were 1
plant commence to fruit and In a child subject to' that dl.- most substantial 1 manner,and are now in excellent condition, The i
JENSEN. ease It may be taken as a sure sign of the hotel and cottages ire completely furnished, and very little of the furniture -
-- ....t Supposition. approach of an attack. Following this artesian wells cisterns
bill ever been used. There are two twenty
i hoarseness I II a peculiar rough cough. IfCbamberlal
that deafneus If
suppose '. Cough Remedy $U, given connected, with sewer etc : 1,
il Fresco Hotel JENSEN, FLORIDA. aggravated at this season of the year? a. lOon AM the child become hoarse, or The property cost tho original owner $ 8OOO and will be sold at a r);

BREVARD COUNTY. G.lweU-What make you suppose even after the croupy cough appears, It sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
eea that In
will prevent the attack. It used particular apply to or address,
Dukane-It If the "Heyf fever time. many thousand of homes ID this broad EZRA F. HA'l'CH; Hon. D. L. OAULDKN: WM. A, WARNOCK ,t
J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor. PltUburg, Chronicle. land and never disappoints the anxious I
Caretaker on premUM. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
We have yet to learn of a 'ala.
New House; best accommodations on the Eat Coast; table flrst-clue and A.Tbt.gs Are )How fie mother Instance In which It ha not proved Eau Oaltle. FlorIda. Titusville,'Fla, Jamaica, N. Y.Filic ;

every cooveoleaee and oomfprt. Hot and cold baths 5 modern mproTeraents.In "Reading aloud !I. a lo.t'art.." effectual. No preparation can bow such I
the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; run and, "Ob. no-getting people to listen a record-twenty-five yean constant ue f" i
Oysters In abundance.' Terms moderate. 1 while you read aloud. I*,a lost .art"Chicago. without a failure.\ For tale by. all Job Printiuat J the ADY CATE Office.l a aJ aw !

Record and medicine dealers.
Don't Stiver. guts|
I Pan. to Stop.at Jensen WJiep" Visiting .
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a>y .it-r; r COUNTY COMMISSIONERS E A FDlt road work 4th dlst 311 00 ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll Goldsmith
Fee A Stewart tools. .". .". . 125: : ,
PROCEEDINGS., S F Gibba, work. Melbourne bridge 20 42
I S F GIbbs acct cont 12 4th dist. 23 (00 GROCERIES FRUITS and ,; of All KiM

..; J1a A C Dittmar, lumber dlst 5. . 21 (()I) ...LwrTyore... and Tinware Your patronage
TrrcsviLLB, December 5, 1800. Wm Frantz, acct cont 15 5th diet 7500 Crockery, Glass Solicited.

The Board of County Commisslonei J P Brown, feeding prisoners 2820! AND TITUSVIJ.LE, a .. .. -. FLORIDA.

it met pursuant to adjournment. Presen: M Goldsmith caD fees.. .,... .. 1000 WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ---

o J. R. Walker, chairman; J. Mendel J A A Stewart, crlm pros ..... ... 1 !23 STATES COURTS. -.
II. and J. Ni .."....". . .. .. 0 :10 UNITED '
,, Houston Wm. Sharpe, J P Brown. E. L. :: 3RAa:: :: 5 &i ,:a Rp
Waller; A. A.: Stewart, clerk; J. 1 P. J P Brown .crlm. pros. J P court 4080 .

Brown, sheriff J P Brown .". .,." coonty. .". 10 (00 Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
,, BENJ. \W. JEROME. The following business was transacted A A Stewart ,". .,.". ." ,". 1110 Abstracts of Title Groceries, )Fru

to-wit: The minutes of last meetlq J P Brown, .,". ,". .." .". IIH 93 And Food Products of all kinds. Grain Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gm
PKNNSY1VANIA ... were read and confirmed. Olmstead".J P.. ... .". 410 Food and Wheat. W! are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive?
i' State Representative ordered there 'Was ". .". I 51 60 Brevard and DaCounties. < We Invite correspondence and solicit patrol
IRON WORKS co., for< On motion It was as P Jackson . . Furnished to lands in the above line of goods. your your
,\. the HAle of GLOBE GAS ENGINE, an error made in the assessment of lotRerdell' <6, The Board adjourned to meet again! s Very truly, E..._ L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville,ft a.
"m Marine and Stationary. *addition to Titusvllle being as- the first Tuesday January, 1000.
sensed at $200 when it should have bee -

.tt, Selling; Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE $100; therefore the tax:, collector be iistructed EDEN-JENSEN

I.: GAS MACHINES. Safest,. Chen to collect on an assessment of THE ROAD. We have a large list of Lesley & Motlow <( -

,(' est and Dent light for private dwel. 1'100. ?
I ings and stores. I Permits were granted to the followln TITUSVILLK, FLA.., Dec. 0, 1809. '
i persona to carry repeating rifles: T. G. LAN: 7 S (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
and estimate Clo. 32-40 To the Correspondent from Jensen:' .
51428 .
For prices, catalogues Ronald, Winchester, \ '
address, S. Williams,Winchester 889011, Clo. 40-< In the last Issue of the IJCDIAW' RITE owned by ourselves'and clients. Price Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums; Gins and Whlskl

'ri BENJ. W. JEKOMK, 100; D. Iluntor, Colts, 32058. Clo. 40. ADVOCATE I saw from your pen a mlld
Ales and Stout.
.Rock ledge, Fla. The County Treasurer made his monthly complaint that you do not get as much for unimproved .lands. $3.00 to '100.00 Bottled Beers -
L the different funds of the
statement on shell road as Mime settlement although '
.. examined and A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Table'!
county, were : ap yon pay as much tans. I beg to infori per acre.

: l' The Anheaser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'loi proved. Houston and J. N. Walle you that the shelling at Mime toward Family and hotel trade solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to 1 111

: were appointed a committee to destro Titusville has been done by money set orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titnsville,]

: Famous $t.Louis Keg aDd Bottled Boer, the warrants turned over by the treasurer aside last year for that purpose, and, WE have a few Residence, Oran
as per schedule;the committee reportIng perhaps, had more properly been doc
Bold By Mr.by J.Met D.Crahb LoKler Cocoa& Motlow, Fla. TltaivlllA J1a, having; done so were discharged. The before the new road law went Into ef. Grove and Pineapple Properties in 'de-' Protect Your

1/ By Mr.W.J.Tucker Fort fierce, Fla. treasurer also had a certificate attache feet. INSURANCE. FIRE
to his report showing that his balance But I beg also to Inform you aDd sirable locations. Prices Reasonable. Property Against

I;: ...JOSEPH ZAPF. were on deposit the Indian River Stat through you, the citizens of Eden aDd -

bank. Jensen, that just as soon as the coilectioDf x..XGEJT: XNG-.a.D.d. crrOLOJ.\TES.
On motion the cost bill of Handy Jonevs the taxes now due will warrant, I will; I TITUSVILLE
Wholesale Beer and Liquors) OFFICES : I all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual LU!
'C, State of Fla. was ordered to be paid. begin to shell the roods, as you suggesi- 1 and 1IIAMI. represent also for Surety Bonds of the
Am Agent
the witness fee bills pad the Insurance Company. City
On motion ed Jensen not only to fill in
near ;
l: West Bay Stroet, out by the Clerk of the Court for the gap; between these two places, but also Invest. Safe Deposit &; Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

It' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fall term of the Circuit Court of $24.70and the'Dewly granted public road from Jar For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCHUYLER,

of the County Court for $3 were examined :- ten to the river and, perhaps, a mil East Coast Meat \ Marke Titusvllle, Fla

'.' -.-- and approved.On towards Waveland distance all told.
motion the petition of G. E. Coon, about twice as long I as that near Mlms.

CANCER CORED at HOME. et al., praying that Commercial avenue I beg also to call your attention to the G. F. DUREN, Agent.
; locate in the town of Jensen, from the new road from Jensen to the county line :=3co

NO KNli'E, NO CAUSTICTREATMENT F. E. C. R'y to Indian river, be declared. The contract for building the same WAS 0to Supreme SATISFACTIO
\ I'AINLKSS. a public road and as the county bus acquired lot a month ago, and ought now soon be -OOOf-
; the right of way over said avenue completed. Also to the new road tRio ; -= rte.o .
I Bellevlew Sanitarium, and there not appearing any objection for which the contract was give c"a :

I It"' BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA, to making said avenue a public road, the jut yesterday to be opened at once; and s t follows possession of 'one of our han!

same is hereby declared a public road. that I am now making preparations to cs:: I artistic and efficient Oil Gas parlo
s i 1II :' and it is further ordered that the count} pen up a new straight road to Spruce some
I'! Live a quit claim deed to the trustees o( Ill nii'. stoves. Its substantial construction, i

1'. NEAR & TAYLOR, the: Planters Wharf Association to the All this, together with the thorougl hand
II in the use of fuel, its cfiiclt
Jparianrights that the county has in tin expensive\ work of putting the rive _.. c,2cs
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS and of Commercial avenue, in the town oad in first-class condition, ought to :: -co Ilt dissemination of beat and easy managetm

H of Jensen. satisfy the .Jensen neighborhood, amrove sLo::: OOOf
On motion the road report of P. AtlcMlllan > that it has not been slighted am _c/a csTITUSVJLL. :: makes it deservedly popular, as well as It

U: Chas D. Provost and J. 0. set back for any other part of the FLORIDA l L'l I. low price.
I I Tries was accepted, and notices orderecto :ounty. S. I
Gallie Fla. ; ba posted according to law. Respectfully, ny
On motion there not appearing.anj; .1.0. FKIES &
,t objections to the road from Spruceblufto Superintendent of Public Roads ,
Jensen, as viewed and laid Out, the

P.; L. wine is hereby declared public road. STATEMENT 314 Olbsonmlldlne ..Tinslnitll TITUSVILLE FLORID.
Turbyfill, On motion the list of errors and In sol. OF next '
the Collector the amount of door to Carruth- _
rents of SCHOOLS. en' barber shop.IvashingtonAve..
(53.07( was examined and approved; altt< TITUSVILLE, FL2
livery Feed and Sale Stables that be collected t2U for polls whlcl -
Dec II 181.1.' Tinsralthlng Guttering
the Assessor's books and TlTCSVlLLlt, FLA., Rooting, LOST.
i were not on
he collect all of To Hon. Alex. A. Btewurt : and all kinds of repair work prompt!
aDd T17 polls that could not : Clerk Circuit Court,
I have of the finest horses
I some ho above for 1808. Sir:-la compliance with Section 3, Ctmpte attended to. The profit and more, on SIIOES.
in this section of the Clerk of the Court Issued hunting -&332, I2 W8 of Vlortda, we hereby rile with you '
country The
carriages he following Itemized statement of all schoo .Work from down the River solicited. We offer several pairs most men's
permits in the last 3)) days to the follow received appropriations marie and war
I J Call and see me. Reasonable rates. log parties: D. J. D. Ball, New York; ants moneys i Issued for the mouth ending the 24t.li tlay;' $3.50, $4.00, and $3.00: sizes 7, 71'

P. L. TURBYFILL, I. S. Capelmrt Point Pleasant, Va.; Geo, ot,November,A. iMHW.BEOAPITULATION.! MAINHARD BROS.. and 9, now at . .. . . .

II.: Clark, Clyde, N..1 ; J K. C. Hewitt, alance In treasury last report...........9 711 ,
1 Y' Waynesyllle, .. North Carolina Oswego,..N. Y.J.; W, Ballentino, Somer otal receipts during month....... ....... G2G7I '.JUST HALF

6" gjan4UO rille, N. J., and the money handed over Total......:.......... .... ........."'$ to the treasurer. warrants paid by treasurer.......... 028 M Cleaning
The County Judge made his monthlieport dance treasury .....'..."+"......... IX .. .Send us yourorders-for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. .
of licenses Issued by him during ITEMIZED RECEIPTS.
last report ,..$ 7 N ; 12 Newnan St., Clothln) Titusville Fla.
.TIlc Brc"vc.J..Y the month of November which was examined lalanre In treasury Chas. A. Gardner, -
levy .
From Tax Coll., county SCbl101 189- 128!8 U leaned, dyed repaired and pressed. '
and approved. From Tax Coll., county school Ivy l 181)8.. 36-6
West Day St JacksonvilleFINE The bids for building a lighter to be From Tax Collwtor, poll tax,1800.... ... fiX JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
Tom Tax Collector poll tux. 1808 ........ 200< '
used at the Sebastian:) river were opened,, redemption of JOHN E. WALKER
State ,
and the work was awarded to Geo. C From lands 111II341111.7.1.1.... .......; M 78
Wines and Cigars. Jouston for $117 the same to bo con- mom State Treasurer,one-mill tax........ 473 M Christmas
Liquors Furniture nIce'= Cream Parlor.
advertisement for
itmcted as the Total receipts....,..:..r................$G33 ,. ,
sails for the work to be approved by the *
; ind New Years fBuyers.
Anheuser Busch Extra Pale EXPENDITURES.eacherssalaried.
on Draught ITEMIZED
tupervlsor of roads J. O. Fries. .......... ......$t4ROMl Millinery II Soda Water
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. The Supervisor:) of Roads made Ills John II Sams,salary county supt.......:. 75 OC ,
t The best of Service and a pleasunt quiet Glblm. diem and mileage as .. .
which F.
the roads S.
:,.; sosort JOHN F. MUNCH Mgr. examined monthly report and approved.On on was R:member N. Andrews board per, per...diem......and.... .mileage....,.. .as..' 1200 Dry Goods \ 1 (Fount and bottles.)

i : motion Mrs. Mary Terry was placed member board .... ...... ... 800 'Have'just received on elegant line of ; & Tobacco.Confectionery .
t To The ''Donf >n the pauper list at $5: month; also J. M Dixon, per diem and. milge. ... ..as.. n Cigars
member .... ... .. 400 IBS, raisins, walnuts, filberts almonds Notions etc.
I 1; : -, hat Mrs. J Lewis be restored to the J. M. Dixon, repair on Titusvllle, No.2.. I 11II.T. >ecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, n etc.
I ; pauper list at $5: per month. R. Walker, repair on Titusvtlle, No.2.. 7 SI and also ,
,: A rich lady cured of her deafness and On petition of J. II. White, et al., for G. F. faddtson gutters for Lotus No. 13 11111Jas ?\ dried! peaches, apricots apples; "Star Building." : t "
<; noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson' road trom Georglana to Lotusho A. Groves,repairs Sebastian. So.21.. 2 OSMartIn oall ypu attention to our candy the best ("at the old stand. )

I Artificial Ear Drums $10,000 to his 'a public [ Smith repairs on MidwayNo.33...... 7 M and purest in tho market, is put up InflDe orders receive prom:]'
; gave Board appointed Chas. Cleveland II. Swan & Drawdj lumber for No.33. 780 pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail
Institute so that deaf people unable to< S. Williams and J. O. ''Fries, to mark, Lara ensenfumberforGrantNo.42 0 00nHeph one WALKER.
. R.
the Ear Drums have then and make .' Massey, rent of bd'g.!: at Coooa.102 3 OC ;rade in 30 pound palls. Can buy in any and careful attention. Yours for business, ,JNO.
may view and out the
I procure lay same,
Ittmar& Davis,furniture school No., All kinds of canned goods
L free. Address No. 1134 The Institute, heir report to this Board on the first at Fort Tierce........ ... 600 uantity. and fresh A I.
'. 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N, Y. Tuesday in January 1900. Melbourne[ State Bank,Int. indebtednesa 3 oilrltohard : Our stock nice Money
}' A; Son stove and Tropic. 380 aved customers.
On motion the following bills were pipe
It. stove and pump,
v it, For Sale. passed and ordered paid: pipe and freight for Midway.........,. 12 82Mitton John B. Massa, ABROTHERSL-
Co free text-nooks..... 7 M
'," J.1 Mendel, county commissioner,$ 440 W.lIf. Welch,bblacic-bard cloth, No.2... 3112The 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
;, 14 acres choice land, at Goorglana, J. R. Walker, ,.. . .. .". . 400W Caxton Company,for ch .rts., .. 30JOC \
6.' fronting Indian and Banana Rivers partly U Sharpe, ." . .", . 7 OC The Caxton Company,for charts due on
\ \ cultivated. $1,100.00; terms to suit. J'Houston,. ,". ". 1120: April, 2900..P. -32390- WM. KNAUER, PALATKA, FLORIDA.

I'll ,Address J N Waller. .". . ,. .". 23: 40 Total expenditures .........*...........9228279
' .. UOUKTLAND BUCKMAX, J Mendel, copying minutes . 5 00 Wholesale dealer inCANLY.

22 Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. IA Conkling, ferryman. . GOO Mr. FlHgler Visits. the East Coast. Ve make a Special Feature of our

I. Cain'. . ,.". ., .. ,. . 6 00 .-

i :. Fancy Pll1cWltlo'SIII))) and Suckers T J I: C J Jones Cockshutv, stamped registration envelopes officer. 10 10 41 00t. A special train consisting of several \ Mail Order Department

for Salc.I A Stewart:) accountant..,. . 16 00 private cars and two baggage oars passed Buy your candy from the Whole-
, Titusvilld about seven o'clock
i: Melbourne State Bk., Int. on war. 3 21 trough route to Pairs:. sale Candy House. Call or Knowing how difficult It Is' In some localities to get GOOD GROCCEEI
I : : Abbakas: Egyptian and Goldon Queen! D L Gaulden, county judge.. .. 25 OU Saturday evening, of en inspection. The .' CHEAP; families can send us their orders with the assurance of ,
teach tour
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Rot! E B Wager, adv contract) . 7 BO on a officials of the F. C. &; write for prices. romptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfa'iVe hor, .
Apply to E W Hall bal. for 1898. 101 01ritusvllle assengers Address Florida, and
Spanish. corns : the most stock of Grocery House In East
1'. and F. E. C, Railway companies, con- carry complete any
HADDOCK &; M.VTTHAMS, Eleo. Light Co ..., 0 00hi
IN M.'lagler articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
Beach ting of the following : Henry Corner of Madison and Adams Sts., any
I "Palm Pinery, Goldsmith, prosecuting atty.., 33 S3I
J, It. Parrott R. T. Golf, Dr. A. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST
: West Palm Beach Fin .. .. 3000 rv- _
i J I PBrown, jailor ... McGuire and C. B. Knott JACKSONVILLE FLA, -
Anderson J. A. =: -
t kb J P Brown, janitor .......... .. 500 R. G.
'. J P Brown, foedingdog. ,., .. .,, :300 of the F. E. C. System; President ,
I t, The Orlando Nurseries 'J( P Brown waiting on Board. 4 00 twin, F. Q. Brown and M. J. O'Brien The Three E. A. WADDELL
and others. ,
of r the F. C. &; p, Railway,
p T T Wettmore, Ice:. .. . . 100
and December delivery Jacksonville
n ; Offer for November We mot Mr. Flagler in on
roods .. 12 40has
J recording
15,000: choice budded .orange antI hIs return, Monday. He looked as hale Miami City and Dade County -
Bell . 2 COP l
grape fruit trees; are four yours old; sour; aDd hearty as ever and enquired particularly I1HV. KILL YOUR MOCKING BInD
0 C. 3430
J stock. Ili J Brown, summoning and the health ofIts with stale food, when oanbuy
sure bearing Titusville you
r orange 6,000 |" IS: Jones'I. , ". .". :SMI after Home Bird Real Estate BureauA
Pear and Perslmmoi the Southern Mocking
trees, Peach Plum, residents. >
fi '; J C Morrow bailiff clr ct. . :a BO Ib
d. r trees, all loading and best varieties Food fresh every duty at 25o per ; sent
1 trees imported seed J B Brown, waiting circuit court 8(10( anywhere lOc extra to freight.
camphor pay
25,000 . 180P Seed
r.t' J 1' Brown, sum ep. jury For Snle-l t1on
t t1\ : Everything carried' by tlrst-class nursery J Drown, summoning witnesses 4 (Ofl I() WHY suffer from CHILLS FEVER select list of-

I'f : Write for prices, to ,I P Brown, waiting Co. Ct., . 4 00 The Eden melon Is cross between the when. you can get a bottle ol
l General OEO.Orlando: II. WmonT.I Nurseries.. .1 P Brown, drawing jury co. ct 28 00 lattlosn.ike: and K lb Jem. Ships well ''bomas Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed flay Biscnync Property: *

! \t Manager Fl S.:) Chaffee, medlclue fur prix .'. :50) 'avoilte' melon In Northern maikets.eed to cure for Mo. Prosphate II

f 1<' S ClutTee: nulse for jail . 1 73nllus sold in any quanty. WHY suffer from a splitting HEADACHE city Lots, Fruit and Vegetable: Tracts of all sizes for Investments. .

:: l. A Kenutlt'ul and Valuable llonu I J Kline, mdxo for ct. house. :2 55I : L. \ViLsox, Jit. when you can get a bottle ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.

t for Sale at Bargain, .1 I Piltchard &: Sou nulse for jail, 1 Oil 10-17 AHeiidale\ 1 S.:) C. of Thomas' Ile.ulnche Cure, that. will'
W R Knox, acct work ct. house 75 OUV cure you in short order for 100. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for .

,- At Mloco, on Indian river, Fla., con, H Knox, repairs on j.ill.; ... 4 23 II.r R. THOMAS Chemist and Druggist ARMOUR &; CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS. J'J''

slating of 10} 801'08. a well built, two l' J on80n". ." .It *.. . 17.1VI : Bees Wanted. LaVilla. Pharmacy, Fertilisers, Chicago, Ill Chicago

story house, 7 rooms; a two-story stor I Goldsmith, expo condom pro 5 00 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Avenue D. over Bank MIAMI. FLORIDA.TITU3VILLEFLOIUDA.
building 18x32ft., handsome front lawn, \l Goldsmith, attorney fees .. 117 00 Correspondence Is Invited from those _:0--
shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock: }'' S ChalTee, med. for paupers. 2 80 long the coast having bees for sale. '

250: budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit Pauper list. . . . 124: 00 Large> or small quantities, V. Subscriber, your attention is drawn E. E. MIMS, J'Y':
trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud A A Ford, fish warden . 40 (X) SOUTUEKX BEE Co., to the name-aod-dale slip !pasted upon -DEALEi'IY6 -
J 0 4'rles of roads 58 SO Fla. your paper or wrapper. If you are IE
t MX( young nursery stock; artesian well supervisor 10 I tf Fort Pierce, .
1,200 feet galvanized: pipe distribute J I P Mendel, Wl. cont.. 17, rat dUt. 400 OQIA () arrears pleautt remit'
Carllle acct .1 ." ,". 7i: 00
1 acre wood shed for pineapples "
over place; a few; hundred Porto Rico pineapple J P Mendel l, extra road work. 7 50I Hampton and Ills Cavalry.One -We want to draw the attention ofour -

railroad station on wear J I P Sitwtell, road work, 2nd drat 30 CO numerous readers along the\ East -
line of plants thU place; tramway running ti o, 11 Sanders; acct. cont S". ,n. 35 00 of the most popular books ever IIIRiled toast, and throughout the state in gen- --
; In. this Every old soldier cral to the advts. of the live and ones I
river fro.1t on the east. This place to b< A Cleveland, bal bout 3 3rd diet 10t 'QO --- ,
It T LaUoacb acct 10.". .h 7500: Could have It. All historical scholars etlo business men who are tMuing tot
be The ver
appreciated must seen. ;) :::::3
handsomest place ou the it ver. ThE o I B Sunders, road: work. . 2 00 will have It. J. E. Fultr Sprucebluff.VIa. a share of your patronage in the column! ...
land 1 of the best hammock OrangE o Il'rovostroad work . . :2 OQA ., agent for Brevard county, SpReading of r the ADVOCATE. If'yore are In need
trees nearly all In bearing now. I' MoMllUa toad work. . :. a 00 of r any particular line of goods, the pink
Apply to D, L. GAUI.DEN, Atty.Titusvllle .. T A Robinson acct oont 8 3rd list 15: 00It 0,- ad on this page paper will tell you the best place to buy
l'Ia. A Itardee ., 134th 30IX() are five cents per line per ,



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