Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00075918:00050
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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->..Tb weather on Indian River still' stock Murray Hill, I. W. Harper, Seth suits are the nnu rut and finish as -
of General Interest. and Wakefield, Old Mountain Dew Corn, the high-priced units, made by the ,
Topics keeps
And balmy. Tennessee Sour Mash (Lincoln county) name manufacturers, havingn stylishand The many friends of Conductor Jake The ADVOCATE: U now on file at all

SMOKING SETS, WORK BOXES, at and other first-class brands. up-to-date appearance, besides Yogt, of the Florida East Coast Railway, the best hotels In Now York city.
In Titusville And other places along the
GI rtll1cr'Titusville. containing those wear resisting
aiuty and General Gotwlp In connection seldom in inedlum- East Const wlll'be deeply pained to hearof Where to stop along tho East Coast.
with Biwayne Day Lake Worth Indian -Read tho nd. of E. II. Armstrong, TOYS, TOY FURNITURE, Gardner's. priced clothing, every seen suit' fully assured his death, which occurred about 7 See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages.
and Halifax KlTem, Koy Vest eye specialist, Jacksonville, on 4th page o'clock Monday night at tho railroad
B.na Point along the Have :you paid your subscription ? to be all wool. Do yon want to purchase a hotel and
and all other Important Brief mention of FOR GOOD AND PURE OLD RYE If not, p'oaso do so.Mr. EAGLE: CI.OTIIINO STORE, hospital In St. Augustluo. Mr Vogt cottages f If you do1, road nd. on 7th
Coast of Florida. hall been Identified with thin road for a
East 'Whisky, go to Robt. Motlow's, on the TItiwille, }< Ia. page.
interesting! Event from Varlon Part river front Cocoa.Managing W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, number of years Ho came from Ohio
of the World; About People You Know was In town yesterday shortly after the road was opened up Where to atop In Tltusvllle. See hotel
sod People You Don't Know- Picked Editor R. II. Roof! theSt. HUNTING AND FISHING ON from )Dayton south, and since then has and boarding house advts., on 7th
KID BODY DOLLS 15cts./ and 30ts.
up by Onr Society: Editor and a large staff Augustine Record, returned home on Gardner's, 'l'i t utJvllle. THE EAST COAST.. made many friends among those who: pago.

of Correspondent Mattered along the :Sunday: after spending a day or so in travel up and down the East Coast by Manager O. Butler Smith, of the Profile .
of Florida.. town. -Judge D. L. Gaulden has been in his kindness and courtony.
East Coast Quite a number of trout have been house, White !Mountains\ has returned \
,- -Note change of ad. of Jos. Zapf, on Jacksonville a day or so this week. caught from our City wharf lately. Suffering from an affection of the brain, to Hotel Key Nest, Key West, which .\
8th Ho is the Florida he was obliged to lay oil about six Is under his "'
THE ADVOCATE, our page. agent Please send astamped-addressed envelope management:(
I of the Anheuser Busch Brewing Associ- when for information. While W. II. and M. W. Marshall were weeks ago and enter the hospital. Three .
$1.50 per annum, in advance. ation. asslng a dense jungle not far from Fort weeks ago he bccameunoonsclous] and Tho Colonnade, Seabreeze la again:
11.00 six months! '" -Please do not send down-river Itemsto Lauderdale on :Saturday: their attentionwas remained so until the end. Death wasascribed open for the winter sennon under the t

$2.00 per an. to foreign.countries. -Mr. R. '1'. Andrews, a member of this office later than Wednesday, attracted by the noise of a wildcat. to softening of the brain. The mnnngomentof Mr. Jan. P. Vlnlng.:: Take
Brevard County School Board will re his late homo In troln! to Duytona: and hack to Seabreeze.
When you, subscribe for the ADVOCATE The Titusville Social Club held Its They proceeded toward the noiso and remains wore sent to ,
by the year, it does not cost you sign. Read his communication on 8th usual dance soon came In sight of the feline, which Ohio Friday morning, for interment, Rnelwel'c
weekly on Wednesday night Mr, Morton F. Plant", Col. W. B. Wreqn ,Hand
week Included. page. accompanied by four ones. accompanied by Conductor James
three cents per postage was young other Plant officials havo been
Note date of expiration printed upon -After speeding a couple of days In -Mrs. Quartcrman and daughter, of Tho mother cat made attempts to fight Hunnlcutt. visit to Havana, where It Is said on tho a
ChCl'terShoals/ were in town on Wednesday but the well armed with gumhoes
week. This boys being
and left
your paper or wrapper every town, Dr. Mrs F. II. Houghton Plant System will have n largo hotel
i8 a receipt for your money. No needfor for West Palm Beach, on }<'.'Idayafter- made her beat a hasty retreat. DEATH OF MR. GRAY built. I

us to send receipt for subscription. noon. -Mr. S. G. Vanlandinsham left here The cozy house-boat, Rose Marie, with -
Mr.\ .1. D. Prlee onenf tho well-known
The date gives it to you. Monday for Montlcello, Fla., and Georgia Mr. Charles! F. Nnethlng nnd Professor .
-United States Marshal W. M. McCormick
Mr. K.: A, Gray, who has resided) In manager of Hotel Ormotid, Ormond,
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on of Jacksonville, arrived. I In town : on a two weeks' vacation. I John Lailin, of New York, and n crew Tllimvlllo for about wen years, tiled at was In town a few days ago, giving: or- ..

sale at the following news-stands, at five on Monday, for the purpose of servingsome KID Body Sleeping Dolls, fiOots.( each 1 of several men aboard, arrived In port his residence in North Titusville, onTuesday den for tents to protect some of his .
been Hull
cents per copy : papers.Mrs. I At Gardners Titusville. on Tuesday. They had the on Banana a mointng, the 12th\ nut.I of consumption orange trees. Wo acknowledge a pleasant a
\ Fred S. Chaffee. ing And hunting cruise on from which he had been auf call. ,(
Titusville- ,
J. B. Screven. Thos. Barbour, of Verona, N. -Mr. Walter Hawkins, of Jackson- River, and met with fairly /good success. feting, for number of Deceased ,
Jacksonville-Rathbnn hotel. Y., who owns a beautiful winter homeat jonvllle\ has our thanks for a. present of' In the evening/ Mr. Naethlng had quitea was a native of Thomnsvlllo years., Ga. One of Palatkn's well known hostelries ,.
Eau Gallic, was the of the Ocean Co.'s the III the Graham hotel under the
Steamship board
u Windsor hotel among passengers one one jubilee 'on among !guests The funeral took place at 10:110:: o'clock manaA'O'r
Augustine-Alcazar hotel. on Sunday's southbound train fine calendars.Mr. present being Captain J. 'H. Smith and Wednesday morning, when tho remainswere ment of Mr. J. Watkins Lee, jr. It IK ,,f
St. Chas. II. Walton, situated and Is convenient to tall '
Messrs. J. G. Bast and beautifully -
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton who
are -Frank E. Bond, of the Bond Intel-red In LaGrange; cemetery "
now residing \h Jacksonville, return umber Co., was In town part of Wed- of this place. The Indian River hotel The burial service was conducted bytho boat landings. TourUts should make
HEADQUARTERS XMAS GOODS. thanks the kind friends who sent string band was engaged for the occasion the a note of this hotel. Rend ad on out 7th
Gardner's'fitusvilJe.Miss to nesday and Thursday, looking after his Rev, W. N. Chnndolo, assisted by .
lo and
At hem the big bunch of duck and quail. nterettts here. and vocal and Instrumental mu Rev. J. A, Hughes.Mossrc. page.

Kate Eyer, of Cocoa, has been WE ARE SHOWING A NEW AND STIFF, ALPINE AND TIlE NEW old-time In. Tho plantation HOMO Mario dances started were on Indulged another Jno M. Plxon\ G, 1 F'. Duron, G. Diamond, the manager of Hotel J'
this W. E. Youngs, N. H. Willahan, T. 11. Rnthbun cafe Jacksonville In
Jacksonville\ winning
visit to In ,
enjoying a nobby line of Ladies' High Shoes, Crush Hats, in all the new colors and cruise on Wednesday.Manager the
Goldsmith pall :
week. button and polish, all sizes and atTHE Hicks and M. F. were golden opinions from the many patrons
shapes J, G. Bait, of tho Indian Rlv- bearers. There was a largo attendanceof of thnt department lIe has been In
-Mr. Robt. Motlow paid a visit to St. widths.THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOUK. EAOLE CLOTHING STORE.Mr. er Hotel, Titusville, has arranged to secure the relatives I and filends of tho do- Jacksonville for n number of years, and .'

Augustine and Jacksonville the first of E. L. Bradbury, of Webbs'Mills, for those of his /guests who duslie ceased at tho funeral. Is not only well known, but highly ro- 1

the week. -Miss Bellows, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; N. Y., who has been spendingithe sum to Indulge In.wild .duck shooting, compe He.leaves a wife, mother and brotherto spected. .J'

-Mrs. Knott, wife of Superintendent Miss Annie Bellows, of Danburgh, Ga.; mer in town, left here, Tuesday, for Arch tent guides, who will provide !sailboatsto mourn his loss, In| which doctiiisod's .
I and Miss Feaster of LaGrange, were Dade look after his friend anti the ADVOCATE join. ,Tho New Somlnole hotel, West Balm .., ;.
Beach whose Ad. will be found our
pleasant callers at this office on Saturday on
!lee for the season. land, etc. and all the necessary equipment fur successful .1
-- 7th I II and
page n very pleasant' cocy
YOU WILL FIND PURE and Unadul -Mr. E. J. Seymour, of Jacksonville, sport, at from t2 to $:'i per day; hotel, which l h well spoken of by those ,jI

terated old Corn Whiskey at ALL THE LEADING BRANDS of arrived in town, Wednesday, to take a A large party from landlord New York are week'sshooting now THE FRUIT PROTECTION CO who have Hopped, thorn Jt Is now ;
with Bast for
ROBT. MOTLOW'S, Cocoa. Wines, Liquors, Cordials, beers and position with the McFarland Fruit Protection arranging a I managed by Mnwbmofl S. 0. J'. Bum* i

Cigars will be found at Robt. Motlow's Co. Mr. Seymour will bring his during the and Christmas his amiable holidays wife On Saturday last, at a mooting of the ham and C. J. Soagle. \
of St. Tucker
-The PhotoSupply Co., Augustine Saloon, on the river front, Cocoa, and wife here shortly.Mr. Dr. Henry I
Is ready to attend to all developIng served by the genial Dick Rocker.Mr. were loath to leave the hotel for their members of the McFarland Fruit Pro- Hotel Buckingham, St, Augustine, It <\
and printing for amateur photographers R. C. Rogers, traveling freight Philadelphia home after the rare sport section Co.Robbins held at the law 'office oflell8ls. acaln) under the able management of Mr. i|
See ad. on 4th page. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, who and passenger agent of the Central of they enjoyed. They expect to return In & Graham, Tltimvllle; Ono C. Howe. It Is a well known and
have spending several months very pleas- Georgia Railway, was In town on Satur- the near future, and on leaving made it change$ was made In the officers of the cosy hotel, close to' Hotel Alcnzar. It -
-Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Free Press, actly with relatives in Connecticut, ,arrived day, and gave our office a call. He mademother special request of the management to refer company. MUHHIH. Ceo W. Scoblo and hn* been t thoroughly overhauled Inside
Southern Pines, N. C., has been down at in Jacksonville last Monday and China S. Hchuyler sold out their Interests
trip down the East: .Coast on any prospective visitors from Philadelphia and out, and In now ready to receive ,
Melbourne this week, shaking hands will leave for Titusville\ on Mo'niSay next. Wednesday.Mr. to them for a recommendation ofTltusvllle to Mesrs. Chas N. Thompson and W guests hoed nd on 4th
with his friends and looking after his in H. English, two old friends of Mr. MoFarlnnd. pngd
for time Indian
a rare
terests. -Mr. Fred Aldridge, a well-known Robert Dilworth, who takes River trout bass whiting Mr. Thompson returned to )fro Fred" C. King, chief clerk of Hotel
resident of Brooklyn, N. Y., writes us charge of a train at Two Harbors oysters, ,
passenger his winter home Royal Polnclnna will not tho
at Sarnsota Satur come to
turtle wild on ,
OUR LINE OF ODD TROUSERSis sbeepshead, terrlpln,
that he is having his yacht overhauled green
Minn. during the summer has
day, leaving Mr. English hero. Messrs. East Coat before the first week In January
as complete as ever neat new duck and fresh "garden sass" goes to
; }patterns and will probably be in Titusville about again returned to the East Coast and
of materials make the dally bill of fare of the hotel Thompson and English/ are the managersof A letter to the ADVOOATK:, front
good wearing the 1st of January when be will give a conductor up
occupies a position as on an
and Sells Bros, circus and Chicago, Mr. King U now at the
economical and the It. Foropaughs guys
and suit most enjoy
to the guests
prices free fireworks display. in front of the In- F. E. C. Railway passenger train. lie Wallace shows, and own an orange grove Auditorium howl, where he expects to

buyer. STORE. dian River hotel. !is said to be a very _affable conductor.Mr. atSarnsotn. Mr. English will bring his enjoy his Xmas and New Year's dinners.
R. Bates former winter A Cutting C wife hero for the
-Miss Ida a Eugene; Randall, who left.Boston winter.
-Mr. W. F. Jibb left here, Tuesday, resident of Titusville, in writing to have a couple of weeks ago, arrived in Mr. McFarland has been In Jackson- The St. George hotel, St. Augustine,

for Jacksonville\ to receive instructions the ADVOCATE sent to Champaign, Ill, Jacksonville on Wednesday, and expects Shorriff: R. J. Chilllngworth, of Dude ville this week, buying machinery and Mrs. F, S. Tyler, proprietor; and Mr. +

connected with the mechanism and work- says: "There is not .a day passes but I to leave for Magnolia Springs, Fla., today county, brought up Jennie Davis, color- saws, and carload of lumber to make H, S. Greon, manager, Is now open and
Ingot telegraph repeaters. After spending am not reminded of the good times and (Friday). lIe has been waiting to ed from West Palm Beach, yesterday, tho upright, etc., for the tent*. The ready to receive guests. This IIOUHO. I I.
a week in the Western Union office, many pleasant friends I made while on receive his two hunting dogs, which and placed her In tho county jail at this company will work their force night and (Irst-clasH, and has accommodations for ]
be will return to Titusville. Indian River." were coming by express fron North place, on a charge of cutting a colored day a* soon as all the material. arrives.A 160 guest. Your attention Is drawn to [
the ad on 4th page, which came too lato
-Conductor 'L. P. Deesz, one of the -Mrs.,!. M. Paine and :Miss Paine, of Carolina.Mr. man. The quarantine at Miami prevent for classification In thin Issue h''
ed the sheriff her to that .
taking place.A
obliging and polite officials of the F. E. Minneapolis, Minn., esterdaywere passengers Chas K. Kenyon, of Brooklyn, Finn fHertni Launch.
C. Railway, left here, Sunday, for Fort ; for Cocoa, where Mrs. Paine ownsa N. Y., has been In town this week, visiting Mr Leland terry, alstant manager
Pierce. He will take charge of the pass- fine winter residence and orange grove. his orange grove and other properly. Narrow Elle...., Capt. A, J. Canova, of Rockledgo; who of the Inn, Palm Beach; and Mr H, W.
eager train running between Fort Pierce Miss Cordelia Paine may not visit India While in Titusville he had the sad dutyof I III to be lu.charge of the Royal I'oinclaiia SenrloM, tlie.canlilcr, with a large forceof d

anFort'Lauderdale. River this winter, having gone to California exhuming tbe remains of his deceased Jesse White, a little white boy, of this dock again this year, goes thin,, week, to week help, en will route PUNS through to Palm Tltucvlilo Beach. next Mr.

WE* WILL SEND CHECK FOR ONE with her father. wife, who was burled in his town, while playing on the street, run New York to bring down for the Kant Stony has been managing; tho Brynmawr ,

Dollar and Twenty.flveCentsperCrate -Messrs. J. D. Price, one of the managers grounds a few months ago. The remain under the wheels of Asa Wlngate' Coast Hotel System one of the finest hotel, near Philadelphia, and Hotel
for all good Beans shipped us by all of Hotel Ormond; L. P. Knox and will probably be shipped to Greenwood wagon, near the ADVOCATE office One team launches. ever built, the Princes Klanuor, In the same city. lIe ha re-

rail express, up to Dec. 19th. [I. O. Beed, two prominent orange growers Cemetery, Brooklyn, to-day or tomorrow wheel went over his head, which was lasena, which Is to be run from Ormondup tired from tho latter to take charge of
and Mr. Kenyon will follow, to be cut and bruised. the Tomoka river. Capt. Canova ex.
McCOMB & Co., of the same village, were welcome badly the Palm Beach Inn.
300 Washington st, callers at this office last Saturday. They present at tbe re-Interment. I pacts to be gone little over two weeks:
Commission Merchants, New York. came down to give some orders to the A Strange Case. The boats of the Royal Polnclana fleet Referring$ to the new proprietor of the
McFarland Fruit Protection Compy., for -SPECIAL SALES of Fanny's & are being gotten In rcadlnen for the Abbey hotel, St. Augustine, whoso axl ;
-Mr. W. H. McFarland went to St. of their trees. Boss 20-year, gold-filled Elgin and Wai- opening of the season, at the Rose boatyard will be found on our 7th pogo,-the 8ara's'
tents to cover some orange
Augustine on Monday, to meet his wife tham watches, lady's or gents, $8.88 and Our Bovine correspondent says: where they have been docked during toglansiiys/ : "[', M. Saurez, the popular j
who has been In tho Ancient City severalWeeks -Mrs. Hattie L. Walter; the bright 112.45. Catalogues free. E. II. Arm. The mall carrier from Savage, Sunday tbe summer. proprietor of the Everett house, ha leased ,

undergoing an operation, which young widow of a prominent physician, 55 Bay street, Jacksonville, Flag night Informed us of a. very queer I net- the Hotel! Abbey, at St. Augustine. ;
h said to have been quite successful. of Eaton Rapids, Mich., accompanied by strong, dent. The 10-year old daughter of alike Fla. This hotel Is delightfully located I

11 r. and Mrs. McFarland met at the St. her cousin, Miss Gussie Whitehack, of Simmons was taken with a severe spell Wanted. near the city gain and overlooking old

Augustine/ station, and they left for Tecumseh, Mich., spent a couple of days For Sale. of vomiting, Thursday night, and on fort Marlon and the bay. fc-arutoglan
Jacksonville the same evening, where at the Indian River hotel the first of the Friday, apparently she died, and was In stock visiting St. Augustine will bo sure of a
Er. McFarland had business to attend ton week, giving the ADVOCATE office a A very fine cow and calf very cheap, prepared for burlalbut as her feet were Experienced party raising warm welcome from Mr. Saurez." iMe"n. i
connection with his tent factory In pleasant call ere leaving for Hotel Plaza, for particulars apply to Thomas Mobleyat still warm they deferred hurrying her want a partner with Florida capital to start a
J'tugville.' They returned home Wednes- Rockledge. the ice factory, Titusville.. It and at 3 o'clock Sunday, when the mall cattle ranch in South ; best looa- *. Palmer & McDowell! have been
McFarland saying that she carrier left there, she was still In the cation In the state. Address, bully engaged for some time pant getting

gained lOlbs., and Dr. Worley had corn- same condition. W., care ADVOCATE:, Hotel[ Magnolia, St. Augustine, la !
Notice. Empty Sugar and Rico Barrels Titu vllle Fla.
pletely cured her.Grape ------- order to receive Us winter guet It U

A itcautlfiil Winter Homo L now open and receiving a. fair amount of ;
Fruit Trees. Call upon C. W. Crabb, Cocoa and For sale Address. WALTER, A. Moon, KKK. for Hatching. patronage already. Twelve thousand I
settle those'Htrle I,. O. U accounts due sale east side of dollars were IIpent. on Improvements In I,
30feb 8 George ttt., Charleston, S. C. For very cheap, on ;
the Magnolia last and this season ,
White Plymouth Rock, tho coming year,
C. W CiiAiiii- Agent.
lll-W: hobo Sound, 'Indian River; opposite
rr'or sale, extra'nursery of 8,000 Grape fowl, exclusively Steven Imperial the snrn of five thousand more bal been
tore, pn at"ilii) :lIl1nd express olllco; about
t Trees; 4,:>00 budded. A Murrain. 1acrell.: 3UU ft. jlver and Atlantic ocean strain, mated with cock Imported fromA. Invented In now carpeting and furnlahIni -
Apply, box 271, Orlando, Fla. Cottu e. for Kent. front; seven rooms, bath and screened C, Hawkins, the famous breeder of ;*, The proprietors predict a prosper- I
For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River, verandah. Ground Irs I/atod/ by windmilland Hock*. Eight I breeding pen after Juny, out season this winter Read ad on 7th
Fine Lunches. On of the most desirable cottages on Florida, a fine residence, and the nchooo- ,large tank. Good wharf and ware- lr, 1WX)( Price to lult everybody page.

the East Coast the,Indian located River at,Melbourne next doorto ; er-yacht Seminole House stands on house; also ".room bath bousd on ocean H, FiiiKDLA.NDKit, Interhtchott, Fla. To-day (Friday), Hotel Plaza, Rock

M you need a good chop, steak or anything overlooking and large prominent point overlooking Indian River beach, }trHe from residence. Cocoanuts ledge, will formerly open for the season,
/ else] \In the eating line, do not fail, Hotel Carleton; one ..story contain ; ha 1G3 ft river front; 2 blocks northof and ornamental plant Apply for Illustrated Hour Oranges; 1Va rated.I under the management Mr. H. H. Pock
when In St. Augustine, to co to Orange large attic; porches;and two bed-parlor main part of town, on shell road call booklet, price, eto, to of the Arlington hotel Petoskey Mich,
">' Lunch dIDln -room, library ed Palmetto avenue, contains 1) rooms hotel and commands.
ot and Oyster Rooms, corner IncludIne CKAS. It. HEIIJEANTftO.V, The Pl.ua I I. a fine ,
Cathedral rooms, all completely furnished, and bath newered to the river, veranda want to buy a carload of our orange, I II
place, near the bridge. used :y::l Jackson Building, a beautiful view of Indian River. It
silver and china. Attic can be on three sides, first class sea wall and Nathvllle, Tcnn. In barrel, fttato lowest cash price per urroupdcdby, and In close proximity to
bedroom also. Bath Is supplied with about of ground 7Soraap \ barrel Address:
as boat house; It acres ; large grove, and tourists who
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For Sale. bo and cold water Artesian water la tree, :30 trees bearing 25: boxes A. It. I'AXON. fall to top off at Rocklodge, will ,certainly
In bath and on lawns. Range In kitchen. of oranges last year. New Year, 1IIOO. 413 W. UayL, louse seeing one of the prettiest
gain.first-class running condition; a bar- Out-houses and clitern. For the season, Yacht Is .V) feet on keel, 2J feet beam, Jacksonville, Via. spots along. the East; Coast. Trains will
'eetkeel Dimensions: 38 feet overall; 32 $200; per month (uot less that three draws aft 2tf Inches, forward 14 inches, The old, well-known George Unties commence running Into Rockledgo station

alt, ; p i feet beam; 2S Inches draft. months' lease given), $.O.. It) f..t centerboard, promenade deck all Drug Store, HAY and Ocean street, Jack For Hale. to-day. Ktmd ad. on our 4th page.
shot miles Daimler motor; speed, Apply to F. RoberUon, Hotel Carle- around, cabined with 7state rooms, large sonville, recently purcliawd by IlettleryBros.
8 an hour; has large carry- ton, Melbourne, Fla.; or to W.C. Barnes, galley, closets, store room, refrigerator, ., druggists and chernUU! graduates -
fag capacity for passengers or freight; 1733, Q Street, Washington, D. C. etc., and is completely furnished, and lethe of. the New York College of J'lwmacy. The moat desirable property In the TUusvllIo Laundry. ,t
Dimples, and seated from stem to stern, most convenient yacht In Florida open the New Year with a new tad cemlterof Rockltwlge, on Barton avenue;

and cushioned. Fittings: anchor The San Mateo Cigar, waters. Will sell residence, yacht, etc., complete stock consisting of five acre covered with Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltusvflle, Is now ? '
cablet all complete and In good at a big bargain. Their assortment of Huyler's Candy, thrifty orange trees, also two cottage prepared to do laundry work of every
Order anTV For full particular and price, Florida Write for further particulars to Perfumery, etc., will please any ChrUt.mas thereon Apply toW deacrlptlon. All work guaranteed.
PP'y' b letter to All Pure Tobacco, U. M. HuiTOjr, or New Year's customer Come _. M, Mtawiw. Mllford, Conn. Leave your washing at G, F. Durvn'4

Robe Sound H., MACIIATTIE Dade Co., Fla., No better East Coast made Grown; try them. 203 State street, Chicago, III. and get acquainted. After Nor. 2tnln, Kockted.o, Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE o. 1ce.

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he may obtain a franchise, provided lie talned with a progressive euchre part; Prevented A Tragedy. -

: obtains In the consent of one evening last week. SEED POTATOES.
THE: writing a ma Timely Information given\ Mrs. George

jorlty of the Boers ID the ward In which John Houston, C. Ainsworth and Capt i Long, of New Straltsviile, Ohio, prevented -

xIHrne he resides, and, provided, moreover, that McIntyre were off on a shooting trip| a dreadful tragedy and saved ,two ,
lives. A frightful cough had long kept
the Boer President and Executive Conned recently after the toothsome quail.
her had tried
awake She
every night. Improved Rose $3.00: per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write
,Sivt don't object. G. F. Paddlson and Wm. Treutler are many remedies and doctors, but steadily for teat,

"The Utllanders pay nine-tenths of all going somewhat exeennlvely Into grow. grew worse, until urged to try Dr. King's menials from largest potato planters in Florida.

the taxes, arid have absolutely no vole log strawberries, setting out a large New Discovery. One bottle wholly and Field Seeds always In stock.
cured her, and she writes this marvelous Fulf line of fresh Garden : Write for price
, In the expenditure of the money, And< Held on the Nayre place. medicine also cured Mr. Long of a sever lilt

must submit to the most flagrant mis- Joe MoAllUter recently met with i a rttiMck of Pneumonia. Such cures are L. CAMERON, Seedsman
I ,
appropriation of the bulk of the govern serious and painful accident He minuet poMMve proof of the matchless merit of
his grand remedy for curing all throat 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
) ment revenues, which is extracted from his footing In the dark and fell from the chest and lung troubles. Only COo and FLA

them by a most engentous system. of platform on the dock, spraining his; (l.00j; every bottle guaranteed. Trial .

... class taxation..' ankle. lIe has been Under tbe\care of bottles free at F. S. Chaffee's drug store GEORGE MARX. JOHN )IARX-
i"f. BTMPATHT FOR BRITAIN. Dr. Hebard,. and it will be some time .

At A meeting of prominent American before h(win be able to use the Injured True charity begins before your wantsare 1W.AR: J3ROS.;

k limb. satigflied. ..
citizens recently held at Port Tampa, ,*

; Florida, to express sympathy wIth treat The*.1'schooner Queen touched at the Money talks-but it converses only; Wholesale Dealers In

Britain In her efforts to light to Is with the favored few. AND PRODUCE
j', ._ ,. H'I carry railroad dock last week. This probably GROCERIES FRUIT ,.
the Dark Continent, it was the last trip of the Queen on Indian _Clam chowder U often, productive of ,

I,; THE TRANSVAAL WAR "Resolvedj That the war now waged; River, the schooner having been sold ,to the deepest melancholy.,
131 and 133 East Kay Street and 0 and Newnan Street,
by England against tyranny and oppression parties who will run her among the -

"!'' Wo have never Mot A native-born American l Is just, and should receive the sym Florida Keys. Capt. McFadden will My son has been troubled ,for J'ears'! JAC S NVILLEFLA.I
Sometime agol
with chronic diarrhoea.
L', rcxldcd in the Transvaal pathy of all who favor England's demand build a larger boat for his voyages to and
who has ,
of Cbam-
: persuaded him to take some
; speak In anything but terms of pleasure for the open door to civilized man,, from the Bahamas. berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea: ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CHI

f. at the idea of Great Britain settling, regardless of creed-and nationality, and Among those recently registered al nom.dy. After using two bottles of the

If. once for all, the question of equality for his right to travel and trade unmolested Hotel Granada are; E. C., Monaghan; ,, 2-Vcent testimonial; size, hoping he was some cured.one I similarly give this We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pea

the foreigner. Referring to the above In every section of the earth. Jacksonville; Fred Morse, Boston; Joe afflicted may read it and be benefitted. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We war

: war, declared against Gie'at Britain by Further, that the barbarous treatmentof Jefferson, C. B. Jefferson, Carl Kyle,, THOMAS: C. BOWER, Glencoe, O. For your Oranges and Vegetables. Give, us a trial and you will be pleased

the Boers, the Philadelphia Post says: the native Kaffirs, and their enslavement New York; ,(i. R. Pitzcr, Jacksonville:; sale by all druggists and medicine deal. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville FlaW .

by the Boers, and the constitutional J. T. Feaster Titusville' 0. J. Coggins ers. We only Sell to Dealers.
K:: "We hope no one U foolish enough to ; ,,
enactment of their government which Cocoa J. J. Williams Jacksonville C.
think' for one moment that Great Britain ; ;
ostracizes the Catholic, Jew and Unitar- W. Bastlne J. W. Johnson New York; Administrator's Notice.
: with all Its mighty power, not BzvM
[, bo able to crush tho{ South Ail'leap state Ian, and prohibits their holding office,, J. S. Fowler, Baltimore; John A. Rogers,, C ,:s:: cSc CO.

; r. with which It Is fighting, and also its should receive the condemnation deser- U. S. A.j; Neil O'Callahan, Westfleld,, ALL PERSONS estate of HAVING W. C. Homar.CLAIMS late of AGAINST lirevan DEALERS IN -

.., ally, the Orange Free state, as soon all ved. In the interest, therefore, of enlightened Mass. ; J. T. Skelly, Nashville\ Tenn. ; L. tilled County to present, Florida them,to deceased the undersigned,, are! hereby properly no-- : FLn.eVV:1n.es: : : tiac3L: i iciuors:

,all the British troops arrive in Africa civilization, justice and hu McDaniel, New York; Fred Sacker, authenticated, within the time r-regcrlhel 417,,& 419 W.
notice will be In bar olrecovers. Bay ,
b) law,or this pleaded
;, about the end of December. We must inanity, we urge Americans throughoutthe Providence, H.I.Geo.; W.' Ray, North And all persons owlnif said estate II JACKSONVILLE '
Union to assemble and express sym D.mna Mass. are hereby required to make Immedtate payment FLA.
". recognize the fact that the Doer is Ignor- .
ant, bigoted; and progressive, lie pathy for England in her efforts to open Hotel Granada wail formally opened to to 1Mb n e.'J'bls day of Deremlttr, A. P., 1819.JOSKPH llONONGOIIELARye
.. ,
it is therefore P.
Africa's door
to man -
I,: Brands the way of the material development ; the public on Nov. SO, under the man- Sheriff and as Ex OfficIo _
further Administrator of the Estate of said Deceased. : r
1; of hit country (stolen by him agement of Dr. Halleck Welles, witha l&decOfeb

.r ri from the natives). and the history of "Resolved, That the ,movement Inaugurated genuine old-fashioned Thanksgiving 11! Whiskey

civilization has shown that the race that at the Queens birthday celebration dinner. The long table reached the Master's Sale. I !

;,;. does this 1 is ns! certain of disaster ns the here in May, udvocating( a triple whole length of the dining! room' and Delivered to

f 1 Indian who stood upon the railroad friendly alliance of the United States,, was prettily decorated with cut flowersand : AND HY VIRTUE OF A DECREE ANY PART OF THE STATE FOR

f i} track und tiled to top the locomotive. England and Germany, is endorsed, and ferns. The; menu did 'credit to the Ul\'mR and sale entered in Florida the Cir In
for lirevard
t. "Already the world is looking to the should receive the hearty, support ol chef, and was excellent. Among the a certain cult Court cause therein depending County wherein .. .$3.20.. .

F; future of that country The dream of I America, believing that a friendly union. forty guests who enjoyed the repast were Main Helen H.Watton.H. lleason et a),.et, are al.,complaints are defendants and, I Wll will PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID
1 of the Fatherland the Motherland and set{ at public auction to .the highest and best
Cecil Rhodes' for and C. AInsworth
was a grout English noticed : Mr. ?It I'll. ,,
, 'f i bidder for cash, on the i :Miami Rye, $4, per gallon.
will hasten the
the Daughterland era
'j'i;. colony taking; In all the southern part of & Mrs. W. II. G. Scott, Master Ilirry Scott, FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. 19UO, Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.
I and somewhat "Peace on earth good will to man. Paddison Mr. and in front of the Court House Door In' Titusville, '
I'r" ,, Africa, being governed Mr. and Mrs. G. F. + Lewis 66 Rye, $4. per gallon.
, during the lnal hou e of sale the following
I., along the lines of Cannda-pl'nctically Mrs W. J. Ncsbltt, Capt. aud Mrs, W. II. described real estate situated in Jtrevard County Rye and Corn i: >l.50 to 2.oO per gallon
Florida, to-wlt: Mount Vernon Rye, 1892, $5; per gallon
f. lllsntnrck'g Iron Nerve Mis. A. S. Botsford Miss L.
; McIntyre, All of the N E'U of Section 20, Township 27,. i

{allegiance; Was the result of his spendid health. J Kennedy! Alexander Near, J.A.. Kil- South owned Range by Wm.37 Treutler East, excepting in the Northeaot S.47 acres cornet now

I( i;;I with tills are vast schemes for the do Indomitable[ will and tremendous enejgj patrick, Capt. John Houston Miss Laura of said tract, described in Deed Book "Y" at

i'' w" velopment of the continent-a great rail. are not found where Stomach, Liver, Houston, Miss Claudia McMillan, E. F. page 272. D.L. GAULDEN Master.,
Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. II Special John Stetson 1
\' J1. road to run. from Cairo to the Cape, and you want these qualities and the access Hatch, Mr and Mrs .G. G. Glea80n. Mr. B University t

i: x a general upbuilding of the country' by they bring, use Pr.; King's New Lifel'Ills. and Mrs. S. K. Watts, Mrs. Nelson, Mis. Master's Sale.

r the progressive British. They develop every power of brain and Gleason, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bailey, Mrs.

t "Already about one-half of such a line body. Only 25c at F. S. Chaffee's drugstore Halleck Welles. After, dinner the guests AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE DELAND, FLORIDA.

j f Is, in operation, and if the English; purr adjourned to the parlors, where the UNDER Court for lirevard and sale Co.entered Fla.ln in a the certain Circuit .

sue their plans-and have no doubt but evening was pleasantly spent with cards cause therein depending, wherein John L. Sturk
t'" : is the complainant, and W. H. H. Gleason et al ,
; they will-tho present generation may Eu Gallie. and music. are the defendants I will sell at public auctionto 4 t --- ",

4, live to I see .a stretch of steel from the Welles, of Hotel Granada the highest and best bidder for. cash, duringthe 'aIzAbeTIANRit: { I, '
Manager, legal hours of sale on the .
!'r" Mediterranean to Capo Town. ;It {la had the pleasure of enUflUlnlng that FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. DuO, :..,i( ,
Born' to Mr. and Mrs. Copeland .
a }
\, \
r that the would of the Court House door,Tltusvllle, ;: .
In front
hardly possible country '
American t
most famous actor, Joseph .'" ; t<(
daughter, Dr. Hebard in attendance Florida, the following; described real estate, ,I i"
1 ;' ever be thickly settled with white pop Jefferson, on his trip down the coast. situated in Brevard County, Florida to-witi m ..:
) '', ulatlon but long its mines The young ladles are busily engaged: : Commencing at a post on the Section line between I.I'....;
as as
yield Mr. Jefferson accompanied by his son ""
Sections 8 and 9 in Township 27, South "": 12
,'J fortunes there would be profit inthe, un.' making preparations for a Christmas C. B. Jefferson, and his valet, arrived Range 37 East, 3 M chains south of the quarter t o! ,
68e ;
section post; from thence run North East d 3
1 1 g"t dertaking." tiee.Mr. here, Friday, the 1st Inst...from Tltus- 4.24 chains thence North 159: West 60 links, a
. &' \ and Mrs. C. Bailey are now occu- thence North 74 decree and 30 minutes., East i
l& John Hammond the launch. The
Hays Amoijcan ville
on Capt. Coggins' 13,80 chains to Indian River thence somberly .
,k ri:; civil engineer, who became prominent pying the Wilson place on Eau Gallie veteran actor has nothing but praise to along now, r-r the formerly river to owned the Nortt by east Mrs.corner Bessie of Snell land,

f during the Jameson, laid in the Transvaal river. speak of Florida's East Coast I and its thence South 72 degrees and HO seconds, West
, who Is well known for the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. MoNab\ have taken 13.00 chains, thence North 22, West 70 linKS, s
t. responsible prettily-situated towns. He left next thence South G8O, West 3.41 chains to the sec-

-:.:,: positions he holds In connection one of the Gilbert cottoges for the sea day for Fort Pierce, and Hobe Sound; chains tion'line to, thence the point North of beginning on said section Said. line tract 3.57 of

tf i\,'," with mining enterprises in various parts son. from there he Intended to go to St. Au- land ruing \uated In Lots 1 and 2 of Section 0,

i i <>' of the world, recently arrived In New Mr. and Mrs. ,II. D. Hunt and familyare gustine to meet Mrs Jefferson, and thento ing Township 7.57 acres tf, South more or Range less. ? Ea.t and contain-. For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Bega

t f York. He himself Palm Beach where will Also Lot 1 and of Section 27, Township 27,
expressed' as they spend
) very now occupying one of the Harrison October Brd.
South Range 37 East: containing M M acres except Send for Catalogue
i grateful for the kind interest shown by houses. the winter. 7 acres oil the north end of Lot 1, and 15icres
1 oil the south end of Lot 2 the tract to be
, I '. his countrymen In all parts of America J. T. Waters, of Tibbals, had the sloop [Too'late for last issue.] sold containing: 34.50& acres.D... ; College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodio
[ during his troubles in the Transvaal at
Irene[ out on Hodgson's: ways last week, Special' l Master.N Dormitory buildings with I
perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, ,
:r f the time of the ,Johannesburg involu being overhauled. As a cure for rheumatism Chamber-

I ; '. lion. In speaking of South Africa, Mr. lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu- NOTICK. suring perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of"

', :. Hammond said: S. A. Kilpatrick, of Philadelphia, will tation. D. B. Johnson, of Richmond, trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full informatio
"A Is doubt spend the winter here, a guest of his nd., has been troubled with that ailment -
I,, '" "There no European sympathy niece, Mis. C. Bailey.Mr. !since 102. In speaking of it he says: OTtOE Is hereby (given that i' Is the Inten- Address, J. F. FORBES, President.
i ut'the Florida Union Telegraph and
;" ID. general is with the Boors; but it "I never found anything that would relieve turn the Governor
Telephone Company t<> apply to
; j' is not so' much for the reason that they and Mrs. C. Ainsworth "enter- me until I used Chamberlain's Pain of the State nf Klorida on the 19th day of

1, f admire or love the Boers, as that tbey Ualm. It acts like magic with me, My (i>ecemlier A.roll U.reset 1S09, to alter and amend. its FOR $3.20.
, ---- charter as '
> dislike the British. Again, It Is well foot was swollen and paining me very tat. Ity adding Section.2 to A rtl"le'3. of said .. .
much, but one good application of Pain charter .o that the satire will read as follows!
: known that their animosity toward Great "WITH BRAINS SIR 1" Balm relieved me." For salo by all Section. The capital stock of sale C'orpora- Sent to us by Express, postoffice older or New York Exchange, we wi
1 A great artist jon may be increased to ft mini not to exceedf500,000.(10. send by Express CHARGES
Britain has been much you PREPAID
i : very intensified Bl druggists and medicine dealers.' ,
i was once asked i ,
: 1 by her friendship for us during our'war what lie mixed read ittid.as follows Amend:Article 4 BO that: the same. will FOUR FULL QUARTS "

[; with Spain. I am sorry to learn in America ; JJ his pigments Bigamy is simply an over issue of mat ARTICLE IV.
, All the aforesaid stock of 5.00000 being
with to obtain
t.c there are many who, under a misconception Qf the Celebrated
rimonial bond8.OverWo..k. fully 'paid up l>y the foregoing and above cleairlbeil Seven-Year-Old
sympathize with the Boors in 1 -;. such wonder property the stockholders of Bald fS,.
' I ; rt jl ful effects "00,00 of Block shall not be personally liable,and
.i t I} their ,struggle for the independence ofs His reply was: aid stock of C1.OUO.00( hall not lie assessable Calhoun Pure Whiske
, their sOoealle1111tt10 for any purpose whatxoever. Ryey )
t t s republlo.I T-1/I \\'ith brains, Weakens 3rd. Amend and change Article 7 of the charter -
I f' "But lot me ask Is the cause of theBoers sir I of said Corporation to aa to read as follows: :'
, / This would Your Kidneys. ARTICLE VII. PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents {which will ayolll ail co
deserving of sympathy from the be the real The lilnhWict! amount of Indebtedness to which rrii'! you get It and test It. If It Is not satisfactory return It at OUR: EXPENSE an
. r'. American point of view P A few plain he Raid Corporation' can at any time subje t Itself be cheerfully wfnndeU. This Whiskey Is as good as any It,00 goods In the matte
r. answer to hundreds Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. la $$OOIMI.IIO hone>; and the ('orlOration maynortpipe iael0-8! !: > at hand and can IIlve you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses. We b II
.r.'' facts will enable you to Judge. The of people \ and its property and such otherroperty '\ doing business In this city and at the same stand for over 18 YEARS, and 88 to our Rt
a*It may purchase. or construct to secure 1 ONSIBILITY AND REJ'UTATION or
for honest merchant here
who dealing, refer
x question is often asked, pertinently, why fJ are All tho blood In your body passes through its indebtedness editor of this paper we you any
1( all the time what
(t the Ultlandors went to the Transvaal r asking three minutes. Which Raid alterations and amendments were
if once
iI( Dr. Pierce's medicines are every adopted by the nnanlmoua vote of all of the SOLOMON*& LEVI,
,t. : the laws were unsatisfactory P The mixed with to produce such marvelous !3" The kidneys are your tockholders or said Corporation at a meeting
1028 & 1930 First Avenue,
't- blood purifiers, they tilter leld at Tltusvllle,Florida, on the 6th day of No-
t:. answer Is, that they were strongly invited cures. These medicines are the result .. I out the waste orfj' ember 1"\H>, for the purpose of altering and P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.he .
to there the Boor of Dr. Pierce's thorough professional mending Raid charter.
: go by government, and A impurities In the blood. TELEGRAPH
lit education; his deep study of the principles If TELEPHONE; COMPANY: OTIr.E-We pay Express; Charges to ail ) reached by "SOUTHERX EXPRESS CO)
Mr. sick
notably by Kruger himself; and that they are or out Onovfil "
-t PANY but wheSouthern
of inateria tnedica and of the human points on lines of other Express Companies, we prepay only: to point
: when they emigrated, tho existing laws physiology in health and disc'. le: 'gym of their order work., they fall to do. Express Company transfers to said other Express Company. =

E.. wore extremely favorable to the foreign and above all his unparalleled prac Falexperience. Pains, aches and rheumatism Executor's Notice..

,m',;: or. It was only after their capital and I come from excess -
'\ labor had rescued the Transvaal from "I thank God for giving you: wisdom! and of uric acid In the I I. hereby given: to all whom It may H. A. HODGES..
I knowledge, and guiding you in making thesemcdicineu"aaya NOTICE that six months from this date ..
',;' imminent bankruptcy that Kruger's liberal Mrs, H. A.ANbrook. of Austin. blood due to neglected the undersigned will present to Iron D.L.laulden. Manufacturer of
LonokeCo., Ark., In an earnest letter to Ur kidney trouble. County Judge of Hrevard county
laws were suppressed by the present Iwritethi.ftrthebeaetllofother.nferrnr:t'lerce.: After five months of great nuflerinc,.,; Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Flor\fla.his final report account and vouchers ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
together with Ills petition for discharge all executor -
adverse heart
)Jaws. beats and
he same afflictions. I doctored with our family one as though of the last will and testament of
"In the meantime, millions\ of foreign >hy.lclaa without any good results, so mv tmicontid hey had heart trouble because the heart is A. Reynolds,deceased, Emily tOUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable ('rate

capital had been Invented In the purchaseof which urged I did me with to wOllllrrful try Or. Herce's results.\ medicine-I am com over-working In pumping thick, kidney- Date d at Fort Pierce, Florida,this 8th day: of Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building 1 Iany
letely cured. I took four bottles of Dr, Pirrce's poisoned blood through veins and arteries. June, A.D. 1800. part of Florida, would do well to write for prlcs. The saw mills are locate
Boor farms and other lands, at that favorite I'rencriptlon, four ol bin Golden Hedi- It used to be considered that only urinary R. 8. REYXOTPS. at Buffalo muff, near 1>aljtkaI on the J., T. K. \V. Ry. Lumber delivered to tt:
time of little or unknown value. The cal 1 Pellet Discovery''" and two vial of his 'Pleasant troubles were to be traced to the kidneys A Executor, Reynolds Estate, deceased of Emily: part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, F a.

status of the Ultlaudors to-day U this: There is no medicine In the world that all but now modem science proves that nearly C. T. McTarty, -
constitutional -' -
diseases have --
own ono-half of the land and has their begin- Attorney for Executor Junlft-6mo ---- ----- -
They nine- helped and cured so many weak an
tents of the property of tho country-all women, as Dr. Pierce's Favorite I you are sick you can make no mistake Notice. ESTABLISHED 1880.
bought and paid for description. It was devised solely for by> first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
that purpose by one of America's most and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'swampHoot .
"They greatly outnumber the Boors
eminent specialists in this particular > the great kidney remedy Is !<'E Is berebv given that on the Slat day Bond: Lumber Co.
but, nevet theless, are debarred from field of medical practice. Any woman soon realized. It stands the for Us NOT)I&). A. II li)0. or aa soon thereafter as I ,
write to Dr. Pierce for advice which can be beard 1 will apply to his Honor D. L.
the franchise
obtaining The franchise may wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I aulden. County Judge County for
law, as It now stands, requires the appll- will be sent confidentially and absolutely and Is sold on Its merits **** a final settlement HIT rcnunt and approval Manufacturers of and Dealers in
free of charge. of r ui:y distribution nf the assets of the Estate of
cant for the franchise in advance to renounce Dr, Herce's tbousand- by all druggists in fifty. ; n. C, Smith, ttercaced, and for my discharge
great rnge Common cent and one-dollar sUs. '' .' the admlulairatonblp of said estate. LUMBER LATH CEILING
; allolgance to all other countries, Sense Medical Adviser will bo sent You may have a W, I. ALLKX.Administrator. ,
after which ho Is under a term of probation for the mere cost of mailing; paper<<: bottle mall .
sample by
H v. sw..wasot. Jensen Fla, '. >tth, 1990.obbnls .
bound for
for fourteen years, during which 21 one-cent stamps or clothbound free. also pamphlet telling you how to find &: Urmbam,Att'ys for Administrator. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered wad Sawed Orange
for 31 stamps. It Is grand and and Vegetable Crates. ,
time he if liable to military service In useful book. Address out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. correspondence.Saw
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer -Please wrlto us whenever you fall to I Planing and Shingle :Mills at Bonds Mills J. T. :K. W. R'y Yards
case of war; at the end of fourteen years >6j,Main Street, Buffalo, ,N. 'Y, &: Oo. Blnghamton.. N. Y. I receive the ADVOCATE. DeLand and Titusfille, on ,



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INDIAN 111VKU; AIM. ATE, DEC1iMfl1il 15, 1899. 3 1 t

Professional l Cards. -

::::::= BLOOD
M. ROBBDT WALT6RS.QataIY. Fresh Shooting Ure..-Thp Flat an Ohio Farmer'. Quarter of a C...
8..14.OBBLNS A GRAHAM, Verna the" Dlridru dklrt.In ...,.'. Ksprrlencv. the lineal stock to bo olttnim-d :anti arc prepared to

'J1, shooting, as In an sports where In com producing sections It Is sel- R exrcitto all ordetn promptly Wo only solicit the .:!

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, walking plays a | romtuent purl a use Joni that a farmer wishes to give up a 1 / business of Seniors.A1TLES .

HOURS-From 10 to 12 a. m., TROUBLES ful and comfortable costume Is a question plat of land to the culture of pump- + I -

pyrtcs and 2 to 4 p.m.Brevard of enormous Importance Klogance kins alone They are nearly always t 1'OTATOES, CABBAGE, ONIONS

'1'rJ'U8V1LLE, Co., FLORIDA. Is relegated to the second line, says a grown In the cornfields and by some \vOLGMI.t ,r TURNIPS, BEETS, BEANS, TEAS, PEANUTS
writer In the European edition of the ill
r 0.IIos,10'! CUIir.D BY thought to be the cheapest and most Oa DlllED FRUITS, RAISINS, CANDY, NUTS, etc.
in aU the oourts-etate and fed New York Herald, in preface to the

11'I.;rot practice taoll1tlea tor examining and perfect B, B, B.-Botanic Blood Balm following: easily farm. frown One writer crop suggests produced that on the an ; : GjA Bo sure to let us make you up nn assortment of .'
Since the has Into such ?
d title. come RUT J II' ,A penny candies for your, Xmas and New Yean .>
universal use the question of shooting acre or two of corn, also planted with O'
trade. We have
for Bad Blood. the most complete and best as.
OAULDEN, costumes has become greatly simplified pumpkins will give the needed supply W
j t, M'
sorted stock to bo selected from. Let us hare
D. for women who ride In petticoats: to the farm. This year the 4-1 acres r 1 .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, we need not speak of the rest-and the of corn planted on this farm wero your holiday orders eal'J111o as to avoid the rush.

Will rractlce In all the Courts of the SUM TRIAL BOTTLE FREE., frightful' puffy knickerbockers are no also heavily sown with pumpkin seed. V ACr5ibflll! --0
,and the United Stttog Courts. more than a memory.
!1.0 florida Box,235.; TITUSVILLE, FLA. The short petticoat, plaited all round The crop gathered would hardly give rz / We aro in the best possible position to handle your-

Money to Loan. 18, Is your blood impure? Is It thin? and flat at the waist, which was for enough first class pumpkins to return consignments and solicit themguaranteeing

Does your skin feel hot and swollen? merly In vogue thanks to Ita speelal the seed-say three or four loads. The j for the same our prompt personal attention.
..[ ft land three years ago produced 7tt
GOLDSMITH, "chic, Is also abandoned as unnecessarily )
M. have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula heavy and ungainly for the fig large wagon loads probably 80 tons.

? Eating sores? Itching, burning,, ure. There remains the choice: betweenthe An experience extending over a quarter CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. STENCILS FUllNISIIKD.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, eczema? Bolls? Scaly eruptions? Skinor divided skirt and the real flat skirt of a century teaches that when
The latter, which Is more feminine, grown with corn they area very un
[ TrrcsvittE, FLORIDA. scalp itch Catarrh? All rundown? differs slightly from the ordinary cut. Mr 'ain crop. Still, on this farm the McCOMB & CO.-

Malaria? Aching bones? Have you It la very tight round the hips, but has effort Is' made every year and seed
J. WEBB, nevertheless a seam behind and on planned on': the whole acreage with
hereditary or contracted blood taint?
F. each side two very narrow stitched corp. It is a kind of feast or famine

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Have they resisted medical treatment? plaits like gores over the hips giving crop too few or too many. When tho Bermuda, Cuban and SouthernGrowers'

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th If you have any of the above blood the fullness necessary to admit of freedom land Is sown with wheat, as Is my
Taxes paid for non-residents In rapid walking. In front an custom, a heavy crop Is a burden to remove -
Circuit. troubles procure a bottle of B. B. B.
and rents and accounts collected. apron, on the cross. Is attached on from the land, and also retards
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directly each side by stitched tabs with the the work of wheat Rowing at n time

TrrcsviLLE, FKORIDA. on the poison and humor! in the blood, buttons showing. The skirt which when a day or two menus a good deal aildShippers'Agdilts
reaches Just below the knees. Is weight. io the crop. *
D. PENNEY, neutralizes and expels it, makes a per- ed slightly round the bottom with a Bo far, in the use of the crop, whether ,

A, manent cure and :heals every sore. B. false hem of the same material as the light or heavy, little effort has been -
LAW and lined with thick linen made to store It under shelter or to
TTOIk'fEY.A costume
A ,
B.'B. goes to the root of the trouble o
OOO-\7\Tosli.iaa.sto: Now Yorl
without stiffening. protect It in any way from the Inclemency :

i Tnc9vn.LE:, .. FLORIDA. and cures after all other methods fail. The divided skirt (Jupe (Inn talon) has of the weather. The pumpkinsare ,

Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Even such terrible blood diseases as the same apron, but the seam In the gathered and' thrown In piles at = REFKUEJJCKS-Commercial Agencies or any tollablo house In Now'York.ESTAHLlSltKUUTO. .
points where it will be mont convenient
back below loose
Circuit. ends the hips, leaving
Judicial cancer, eating sores and chronic rheu-
the two parts of the skirt, which, to feed them. The hog feeding
matism are cured by using B. B. B. grounds and the permanent pasture \

JAMES ANDREWS, Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup get the largest share when the crop is
abundant. When the crop la small,
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main the broken down constitution, stimulates where can most
they are piled they
office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. the appetite, increases the vital easily be got at to use about the build- Lane & Son
i Office open at Ft. Pierce on end and 4th
There Is this .
ings. no crop grown on ,
Fridays of each month. ity of the blood and gives a clear,
Will in all the courts of the farm that Is more relished)' the ,
smooth skin free from blotches tr
bumpsor horses cows hogs lambs nUll chick'
7th Judicial Circuit.
pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For ens, excepting possibly the latter, yet
they clean out many shells when tIl'Yarc
QTEPHEN/ E. FOSTER, .J vATTOUNEYATLAW sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per cut In half and thrown in their

large bottle, G large bottles (full treat ;yards. The horses, except one or two Southern Fruit and Produce

animals, never seem to tire of them
ment) $d. Trial bottle sent free to i .
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, Whep the pumpkins are plied along
sufferers.! Write for bottle and de-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a the fence adjoining the permanent\ Co:rc.rnission :b./.IsJchac.: :
sciibuyour tumbles, and we will give pasture! I have some trouble to keep

M. MICHELbON free medical advice. Address, Blood the fence In shape, as some of the PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY, Stor. ls' Cauls, and our quotations furnished on
A 1 horses are there at almost any hour :
Balm Co., liJ Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. of the day, reaching<< for the pump Application. "

ATTORNEY and Medicine sent all charges prepaid. dl kins. I like best! to feed them on a

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. clean grass sward. To accomplishthis ,
there are several feeding points.
Criminal Law a Specialty I .The: : Largest and Most Complete When the sward becomes soiled, tile I ,_

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Establishment South. feeding is changed to another, auu so !

on while the supply lasts. .

W. ALLEN, CEO S, HACKER & SON I do not think it advisable to feed ',(\\.
GEORGE too heavily, but feed them so that all ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,' will be eaten before next feeding ) '

time, the rule being to feed twice a ..I 'm1 .41)' '
oJ r: '
KEY WEST, FLORIDA.Will 'f' ; :
day. They are thrown over the fence, I ""I r.M '- 1 '
practice in the United States and as they do not burat'by falling on 'j 'lii' J ,', '

and State Courts. 9jun95T : + I i'i'f the ground they are cut open with a II 1 "1'' ( ,
e'r'r I I
corn knife. It Is too linrd' work to .1' t. r.1 I. iC t t.' T" .

0. FRIES C. E. open them by lifting up and throwingon r. L. 'ihJ.\l: ..:-....
,' '
t. 2I ., 1: ,
J )
the ground. When the bogs or tm \
i J I ia ,llfi .
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land lambs arc fed grain, the pumpkins are

fed first. A feed of pumpkins does ,
legally surveyed and sub-divided. ;.. w nhl t rwwer
0 not appear to spoil a hog's appetitefor .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for new corn, but a feed of corn cuts !

all kinds of engineering woiks. Dis- down the sharp relish that we like to '- ...., !..;';Oi'i.. '=--T ""-.s -.... .
puted lines a specialty. see them have for the pumpkins. -fpf' ""P' 1 ,

TmisviLLE MANUFACTURERS OF Our experience in feeding them to --,
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ]
lambs Is limited to two seasons. Last
Doors, Sash, Blinds, I I year the pumpkins were piled In the
U. UOUGHTON'S The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
D II clover field, whero tho lambs were -
I pastured of who has been in the for three /
Moulding & Building Material and they were allowed tree access seventy years age, infirmary years

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon STYLISH 8HOOTINO COSTUME. to them. They were slow to com a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab.;:

the (Dentos) Office & Wardrooms King, opposite thanks to the sloping at the bottom during mence feeding the 'season on them about and one-half probably tho ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is* t

Now PALM BEACH. ,Cannon StreetCharleston produced by the prolongation of the flock of 150 learned to eat them. These never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used in (

: AT : S. C. gores by the biased seam, give sutll lambs wtfe lotted at night and fed a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
clout width to euiblo them to be but.
r\R. C. II. PEETE, toned on each side of the apron, thus corn out evening in the and morning morning.the When pumpkin turned try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution,

Sash \Weights, Cord and forming, so. to speak, a small skirt for eaters made haste to the pile. Every eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and :

EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. each leg. / time the other live stock across tho finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They.also have two I II
With both of these forms knickers,
Hardware fence were fed from these piles the I
508 Street
Cherry tight at the top or puffed and confined pumpkins that the (lambs had partly nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

MACON, GA. Window and Fancy GlassA below the knee by a broad band of In eaten were thrown1 them. fiy this from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve
dla rubber, are necessary, whether the plan the lambs had fresh to workon
take the Tabules and find them useful that
ousness. They so they
SPECIALTY. skirt la made of thick coutll, black all the time.
WM. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. satin or corkscrew cloth, according to In concluding a recital In The Coun always have a package in their pockets. The matron also state

Graduate of Philadelphia of the wearer and the season. For under' try Gentleman of his experience with that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion
College CURED with Trg t"b!. wear I should advise combinations In
pumpkins, In which occurs the forego- '
Surgeon Perfect Ki-mrdlmi. HUTS cured causing and of belting and finds that the
class DROPSY pain
operations mAny thousand ea tpnllitd woven cotton or silk or even cashmere lag Mr J. M. Jamison of Ohio says: paroxysms
. promised. Ilazcltine Block, corner Bay hopeltma la tea wool, never thread. Thin recouimendn Tho only seeds we are careful to take Tabules arc very good indeed and la perfectly willing to have her
at l liK>t two-third.of all Myuiptonm rvraor'
and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .od.lava TVn'1iiH>nt'U.nd TEH DAYS t rcutmeat tree tlon extends to stockings. After a long out of the pumpkins are those savedto name used in a testimonial.3W.ai '
DR. B. 11. GKfilN'J; SOx9 box K.Atlaot.UChoice walk thread may cause an Irritation of
.. plant, usually about one-half bushel 'W m0-4_., 1/'J'P'.t1H ww... ..... .... _41 ............ 0-
the skin. It Is a waste of time and labor to take ..,..,.,w" ___.... __ ........ =t: &.1"#'.......,..........",
... .. ....- : .... -. .. ...... IAIIr....
ROBERT McCARREL, 1 With skirts of corkscrew or mixed them out as the animals all relish ..... _-a aS...asL ......-...j-\ k___-....... ......
Wines,Liquori cloth in all shades of beige a small them abOve the meaty part of the

CONTRACTOR $s jacket fitting in the back but cut perfectly pumpkins. Our cows have/ never gone .. ..
AND BUILDER, and Cigars .. ---. .... .
.. in
Churches ; straight front with one row dry on account of them. Poor pasture --------- ---- -- -- f
specialty. Steam stone works Guaranteed Pure. of buttons, U much the more useful, -----
at that season Is to blame for milk Remember that the INDIAN RIVE: /,.
CONCORD AND PBITCIIARD STS., Sold at reduced and. whether open or buttoned up, drying up and not the pumpkins. ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job printingat '
CHARLESTON So. CA. price leaves the movements of the shoulders Doubtless dry pasture Is the fotuida- short notice Bend them 'an order r.. RRn
perfectly free. Beneath It should be tlon for the belief and be convinced that It Is the place to um nt (
Imported worn a cambric chemisette, either colored have job printing done. .
Tokay Wine, or tartan with high broken collar The Garden fVlnfer. 1 j
FREECONSULTATION from Italy. and soft cuffs, or, better still a sporting The fact that the average garden Is GOLD[ I U of no value when health ii ,"11

cravat forming a false collar In entirely noclt-ctcd and allowed to lie In' danker What'i of more value ;,';. ", r.4<1u.n"CO-lh..lr liinifI <.
B. .
John Togni .
Pratt's to-datu tablets will break I -M tat <
Cruw nviiry yvHf
soft pique attached by a Jewel!, simple !bare during the winter 81'81101call up up :' I ''''..110..Iwrwird w.hnl.lwt I
Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St... and masculine lu style With the cold forth the following reminder from a cold In one day, and for constipation ; iili.i ho.l'ur t",. lit it" i i "', ,
with our home treatment. We are and biliousness and all malarial trouble' 'A.. d'WI'M. nverywhvri .c> imL
JACKSONVILLE, FLOlUDA.Vholell.Je will come the same chemisette In light 'arm.. Held and, Fin-nidi-! : There are It baa no equal. lIy mall prepaid for 'J."c: .*::1"" ewe .|i.r .ml nlwiiyii, ..1\1.. I n
Physicians and the benefit \ t n.hloil h.rbq| lllHll Itin'/ /
you get IletalL..... flannel or a small waistcoat Sike 11man' two or three ways of causing the MOil Pratt Medicine Co., /btatlou 1), Chicago, I.,'jV till '11011 -buy rrrr'iIslw.wwl J
of \ and t .
ourexpeiience. No matter what In the name material the costume ot[ the garden to Improve during the 111 Bond for sample. >.Vv J.. )1. rfllll Ahllllull.lrn.*' A" t...., xii
your trouble is, how simple or how or-which U very chic-a deer winter One I I. to cover the surface .. ........1.. Mich.ANTED 11 '

hopeless, we can do you good, and skin waistcoat In Cape suede. With a good coat of coarse manure, ll L_ w..r
If we can't we will honestly tell youso. Virginia Homes This word naturally suggests! the remark which will rot and the plant food I In It r Yr BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE

Thousands sick that suede glove are the only each Into the soil before spring comes
of tired
when oo-_ _. ------ ----
and ones pleasant to swear tbootlng. Another way In to HOW the garden with
r ,
hopeless have been
people en. -
Among costumed Illustrated by The In the tall. rye .
tirely and You learn all about Virginia Land, 8EVKIUI I'EIiSUNH FOK ]>I.S.irlct
permanently cured by Herald l III a stylish one In beige nail the spring. It the soil Is I Inclined\ to be t W' (flee 1I11a111'"'''' In thin state to rep-
Its resources, products, mode of cultivation r Miit me In their own anti turruuntlliiKcountlo ,
COMPOUND brown plaid rloth trlmm with plain heavy and Intractable a coat of straw .
:, *. WlllliiK to pay ynitrly (UNI, payable
prices etc., by reading the beige cloth. plowed under In the full will Improvf weekly, D*.lr.lilo elnployiueiit with imummlO
Virginia Farmer .bend lOcU. its texture very much U Wt.'lIu add tots g TRADE MAHKODESIGNS | | Hrluiltle laferiiiui exoblloi..tJ. hncliwe 1
OXYGENWhy plained. ..U..ild'.cJ stamped nv"luio| B. A, lark,
for 3 months subscription to the fertility. The garden that has been 3JU: Cuxlou building, Cbluago
"What dot* the phrase 'finished used for several a I being CO<'Yfi1GHTa G.C,
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. years way I ,, .
not take heart again and Investigate goods' mean?' asked the reporter who .ru.I! Y
stable In '
fertilized manure, gets
wljh -
this great principle. We have was tcmpoiarlly assisting In the commercial does not tarnish uunlt /.i$I* iriitiiililf jTiIloiiUliln. enmo iMi fi
suet a condition that It ,. .
'rictlTriMiDilaiilful. ilwndbokenprtentt41i1
thousands of testimonials. Send for .ndW..a.. ties. I department as he (looked up ii l/IHent ncfor bulcum. f> Alarriage' Paper.
M 2 rured al home without I the best vegetables. In such a I run. B furiiitf Published
book on home treatment, wonderful 1ti.'II1 vain Bi>ol> of partlcuUr from a memorandum that lay on bin rase a new garden should be laid out I'Mtouli flat nut in noun, w|(hout lliroujlj vtiitruu>luun, in Ilie tg. ri'tulftlip TlioaMiuU of adutrllwr. to MI"V t
DPIU lolrwlu
Mill nt.1 JI
cures to the sick, etc., free. rrrvnoa n. CKn.ut t Co.oiuoe. ; table. I Qr the old one refreshed by plowing Scientific Rrneritaile tlon formal ana rwrrwoual' 1UO wuMU SI j
104 North "rror .l 'Finished' goods." replied the commercIal nder spring tor a I I free to ladle. Bawpl COPY *o
a green crop every 'A ., :.._., SOCIAL AMElICAt4,T.t.do, Ohio.
DRS editor. "means whisky or any hinrt inii ir lilnilrHCd wnklr. 7 nrtrctt rlrul
STARKEY & PALEN few years and for thin purpose there I U j <- ._Icin fit *nr,<'l.nUfln Jot.I'. 'I'nrrin. 14 Af. Jimr -.---.-
:One of the anti-germ water filters man who drinks a great deal of U.- nothing tb4t will do better than rye. i tear MuntL.).. pvtu'k,all, "....I..lp". Qrcat t cig M&'I. SAMPLE'MJII""ot. ll* 'J'
rl'dt' I"rlluNIIWllpllpert'n.
1112 Glrard St., 1'hllu., Pa. I can be seen working at the ADVOCATE Chicago Tribune a; JUHN I. Co 3818".1'. New York 4'....". ... will Ux/ur e>ifii nf )iinf" "r _I....
Ot IT feb 900 ffice.I See ad. on 4th page. 4 r .. lI"e" jJ/IAO. J7a Y It.WulIllIllUIlt L.Co vIM, Aw Bureau, 14 St. tUIr.st.,Tole4o.0

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";,, t -f INDIAN RIYER-ADVOCATE 4- HONOR to WHOM-HONOR is DUE Indian River Real Estate Agenci

Every citizen of a town shoulddo
o what he to help build it TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU
1 WORTH AND BIROAYHB BAY 8COTIOB and keep it beat and cleanfreefrom FOWD

1 trash and weeds. There area r f .
:' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. few live and energetic men who ABSOLUTELY would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In \
j PURE and In the hands of lire to
M I In half hearted paper, free of cost to you put men write at oars
do anything a
:; OHARLR4: H. WALTON, Editor & PfoprietoMH MBaHI BB' never way, and Mr. II. M. Flagler is one Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this 8Sf-Agency Many for sales Blank will Contracts probably be and made put this your winter property by before this Agency the public Why i
of them. To aid in the develop.
I Discontinuance of Kins moat be made per. ecru BAKtNO rowe CO.,NtW\'Oltll. yours
the has been railway and river, per acre $2.00 to
: entity at this office or by writing. ment of East Coast PINEAPPLE LANDS near $10'00'
i one of his hobbies, and he has doneIt CHANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $20.10 per acre. i
'Chock,etc.,may be made payable to CHABLIH. with will millions ot of Brevard Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of f J
spending! the
a JENSEN-EDEN ROAD. the effect that people and vegetables. Price ;
WALTON,publloher and proprietor. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples $1,000
dollars. He has infused news! life county should stand as a unit, to see ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 60 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay Ji lo
Addresi all communications to into the lower East: Coast, and U i that Mr. Fries retains the office of Supt. and $2,000 next. Price $7,000. U,
'.; INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE our townspeople! knew as many of JENSEN, FLA., Dec. 12, 18W. of Public Roads as long as he will con. year HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusville from $5 to $2:; per acre. .
TITURVILLK FLORIDA. Editor Indian River sent to hold same. One hundred and sixty acres lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville. ]
Mri Fiogler's good points as we do, Advocate! Trusting: this explanation will explainmy and oranges. Price, $.:>50.00. good f'j
they would have more faith in him. Dear Sir-I note :Mr..1.0. Fries' let previous article In the ADVOCATE,, pineapples, vegetables
U. S. Department of Agriculture Let our townspeople place confi ter In your Issue of the 8th Inst., In to which Mr. Fries refers,

1 "Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla, dence in Mr. Flagler, and probably; which be explains the purposes and pro. I am, respectfully,
grammes for road Improvements In this
he will place confidence in them, by Jas. B. Sours
section. While know
.*. The following is comparative statewent we are glad ring ,
of temperature and rainfall for the doing something, some day, that what good fortune Is in store for us A Dtrd- e,

.. week ending Tuesday, Dec. 12: ISO!). will surprise the people of this sec through Mr. Fries, I regret that Mr.! the following 1
Forest and
Stream prints Feed.
|,i -1899- -1898- tion. -Personally the ADVOCATE I 18 Fries misconstrued my article to which I : Hay, Gratin.: : Flour,

1', DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIK indebted to Mr. Flagler for ho l'efersr; for no reflection whatever was Oar St. Augustine/ contributor, Dldy-
{ 73 63 05: 43 very; Intended on the present road manage GRITS; MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDENSEED
1 N 7 6 74 03( 07 62 little, but we believe in giving hon ment. The fact that prior to the freezeof mus, who so recently dUcnsscd so effectively -

8 74 C9 74 GOo or to. whom honor is due, and we '94-'f> we were paying taxes here on a bird the butcher exterminatory In his state peregrinationsof may now ARRIVING FRESII ALL THE TIME.

74 70 70 70 would gladly welcome any assistance our lands fronting on the river and running profitably give his attention and enlist kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
71 7s* 00B back from a quarter to a half-mile, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, ; to man
10 70 head off another
he feel disposed to give< the attention of others to
11 70 72 7. 48 may' at the rate of"one hundred dollars per Florida bird-destroying enterprise beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
this town. and since then the of from
71 64 42 acre; at rate
12 78 from Long: Island
of which have
we report
0.20 fifty to seventy-five dollars, and getting Lowest cash prices .
Total rainfall for the : consists of O. II.
N. Y. The party
no roads while other of the .
normal rainfall for the< ;
Departure from WE frequently'hear remarks 88 .county that were not paying one-fourth Tuthill, Robert Willmouth Benjamin Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
\k. week: minus 0.30: Inches. Departure what. tke Boer. In the Molliter and Coles Powell. They sailed
to doing that
are has
:; from normal rainfall since January 1, amount, were getting benefits last week in the, sloop Inner Beach
plus 2.82 IdCiiea/ Transvaal; but when the British made'us. perhaps, a little caustlo. Wo the inland
bound for Florida by passage.
\,; HA!.. P. IlAnoiy Observer. troops arrive in South Africa, and have, as every man in the county knows Their| mission Is to kill birds; It is to be CHAS. N. WELSHANS
'". ._ who has Interest enough in such mat ,
';' the Canadian find Australian roughriders ters to acquaint himself with the facts a bird skinning and stuffing expedition.The
('.: You will find something of Interest get after the Boers and Orange been paying more taxes than any portion\ Brooklyn Eagle says that "the men

, V} ... In connecting; .,,'I\h\ the Trans Free Staters they will think i a of the county; and In proportion to whatwe go to shoot all kinds of water birds demand, for
which there is unprecedented
pay, I defy anyone to show a section an CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
{t.. vaal war on our 2nd'pige. Read it. cyclone has struck them. By the< that has received less benefits. this season by milinery manufacturers. ,
i*<' end of December nearly all the 1 have taken occasion to post myselfIn After.being killed most of the birds will

I'< TIIK gold 1 Btnnditrd bill is being British troops!!! will have arrived, this matter, and know whereof I be skinned and stuffed roughly with Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

: y yf '. rushed forward in Congress; and Ittf' and then watch General Duller and speak. But the Indications are, that under cotton be made and to New every York.week" ,As shipments this is con will

f is claimed the Democrats will be hrs soldiers. At present it is sail I Fries he efficient, things direction will be of entirely Superintendent different trary to the Florida law, which is In- Write for Samples and Prices. ;

powerless to stop it. there are 30 Doer soldiers to one from what they have been In the tended to preserve the birds the Long
,. ,, British soldier, and still Ludysmltl past. The readiness with which the Islanders should be summarily turned Old 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan StreetJJACKSONVILLE

' f., IK any minister of the gospel is and Kimberly are not captured. people of this section' signed/ the petitionfor back. FLORIDA.
who hRS levying itf the special five-mill tax,
anxious to see his congregation Nearly every foreigner "
attests their i-onfldence In Mr. Files' ability A New Wire.
t- dwindle'to almost nothing;, l let him been in business in the Transvaal and intention to /give .us the full

I give them long sermons and n long' are longing for Great 'Britain to benefit of what we pay, for if he had not The Western Union Telegraph Co.,
n service ; then watch the result. take hold of the country, and give had the matter under his control, the have had a new copper wire run along & Baker
leas petition would never have been carried. tho East Coast as far as Miami, to con MeHurray
equal rights-or at
everyone In conclusion, I will reiterate a state. nect with the Nassau, Key West and ,
; TIlE Franklin Syndicate was one give them what Kruger did when ment that I made in a previous Item, to Havana cables. '

li f':"" of those beautiful gold mines that be {Induced them to go to the Trans. ---- ____ 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville Fla.

, :r: people like to think about. If you vaal and invest their'capital.i ST. AUGUSTINE. Headquarters. for-

are in business and want to "strike i

t ;< it rich," place your ad. in the pink MANY of Florida's politicians will Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda.
Vehicles Harness
,, t' paper of Florida-the ADVOCATE. be States pleased.to Senate leurn and that its the indivIdual United The I BUCKINGHAM I Wide and comfortable.verandas, picturesque Rates moderate.lawns. Homelike Wagon Bicycles,

OEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. and Sundries.
members decided that Senator
, r TIlE McFAULAND. Fruit Protection ,

I' Ii", Company! of Titusville, is so Taliaferro was all right; that he<
could take his seat without FLA. you
t rushed with orders for their patent annoyance ST. AUGUSTINE,
tents for fruit trees from from his friend ex-Senator The St. at short notice.
r \' protecting George g F. S. TYLER, Proprietor.
K freezes that they intend putting on Call ; and that the Senate Commit. II. S. GREEK, Manager.
,'J' an all night force. By working tee will take no cognizance of the

; ;1, day and night it is thought they broad and sweeping charges of cor. Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In ,the very center of the HAMMOND ,PACKING CO.

\, :' will be able to meet, the big demand. ruption made against himself and city. Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co..)
the Standard Oil Co. The
,. for tents this winter allega
upwards. Special weekly and party rates:
lions are said to be without foundation

TiiE-Ncw York Judgewho, rcfus- takes his'seat, and Senator"without Taliaferro blemish ry ,;. ;:. f'HOCKLEDGE.THE \ "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
f ,11, ed a divorce to1 woman whose application a "Coin Special" canned meats. -
his character. Now what will
Ii { was based on the fact: that on "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
Senator Call do? ;l'he .AUVOC'ATE"stood .
" her husband had failed in business PLAZA HOTEL.ROCKLEDGE, FLA. leaf lard.
Senator Taliaferro and
I i: i ; and become poor established the by" ,
', k good principle' that a woman can. we have yet to learn that we mad This handsome new hotel, located op the bank of the beautiful Indian River Homemade pure lard.

: not break her husband and then a false step by supporting him. In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, is now open for the "Peerless" compound lard sausages
" of A delightful and attractive' locality cannot be
,. shake him because he is broke. reception Imagined than guests.Uockledge/ more with its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearing small: Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

||t. Some women certainly are peculiar. yITII Tuesday's issue of the St. orange groves fine boating, fishing und hunting 'Rooms with'private ,

f .... .....T-. Augustine Journal, that paper suspended bath.. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Special weekly rates.S. .
1 indefinitely. After a life II. PECK Manager.
; IT may not be generally known WILLIAM CLARKS SANIiaR
of only three short Editor
that Speaker Crisp of Georgia the .
1 i'f' Foster finds its financial ...
r. speaker of the House of Representatives support

Ii s was a native,,of- Great Britain insudlcient to continue publication. Photo Supply C o Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing Sheet
,' In the mean'time while' viewing the .. .
. ( ; and General Henderson, who remains of his journalistic venture _... Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe Bath Tubs, Water Clos

t; r:' was recently elected speaker, also the editor says he has this consola. ets and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all kinds and

r ; came from that tight little islet tion : "The good die young.-It ...A .cIlt: : E as tiiut11I :oduk Co. descriptions re-tinned.
across the Atlantic. Speaker Hen
has, since suspending been con sol.
I I'I'r derson has only one leg having lost dated with the Record. yiTVT\ f T7 riIXlfllAKtS The only house In :Florida: devoting its time, to the
, the other in the battle of Corinth. AMATEUR. 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida
He is said to be the first one-legged
speaker to hold this high position. BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD. e OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.
I '. -
I.. At tho regular meeting on Dec -Itli Give us tilal. No trouble to answer questions; FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I

i THE Gazette-News, of Daytona, and 6th hold In Tltusville\ tho (following 81 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
I has been sold to MissMarie E. business was attended to: !

I 4 I" Mann: and she has taken sole con. The treasurer's report for November. J Benedict; Pollak & Co Wholesale House
.' was received and examinedThe warrants
: :
trol. Miss Mann a ready and ,_ ,
'I" paid wore by being t E. H. ARMSTRONG
' writer like her w
! fluent father, and
burned. and Screen
Mosquito Netting made and unmade fine mesh.. Sandfly Netting
she has been connected wltlf journalism The offer of the Caxton Company to Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottouades. Coats' Cotton, in all numbers

: ( for many years. She has a sell 50 combination charts lOeucyclo- Eye o Specialist, 41 cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to
rocky road to travel, hut the ADVOCATE pedias and 34 wall maps to the board td l \ correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealer. ,
iI '. is Miss Mann's for $017.53 was accepted. R N. Andrews 0t and WATCH JOBBER to the public. corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers In our line we
among many requested) that his vote in the negative have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
friends who wish her every success be seconded and tbat ho protested against I will sell the high grade Elgin and Waltham
II\ in her new venture tho charts being purchased at this time. Watches In the Best lade ().yoar, Gold Filled BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
The bills of teachers and others were Cases $SIto:\ $12.4olld:'\ Gold High Grade FLA.
i audited and paid by warrants. See Fountain Pens, ISo each. 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,
;i THE message transmitted by financial statement published In last r An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special -
President McKinley to Congress week's ADVOCATE. 1 .v b.' inducements and discounts to nJtents.OmooMVB"iY'SrJACKSONYILLE. .

wap the longest State paper ever In It HBO was In ordered the Malabar that the school furniture bo transported not. \ FLA. ..::0. L. KEENE...
prepared by the Chief Executive of to Fort Pierce.

\ the United States, and like many Mrs. Eleanor Bright, assistant In school

clergymen's sermons, "could have No. 2., having resigned Miss Margaret Till: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY. Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions,
been cut dowu one-half without L. Hunt was elected to be assistant ,. ,
teach of said school.WEATHER .
" I destroying its interest or value. Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery Corsets.

fl' There definite was recommendations a noticeable absence of1 legis.of -REPORT Wood, Coal Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, Prompt attention paid( to all orders.This .

f tr "
t'' lation. By Rev. Jas. H. White, observer for latest
. Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. jb is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the

,..1, t AND now comes reports from SUMMAUY FOIl :XOVEMHEK, ISO1.\ Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick..",, Patterns and Style.

Manila to the effect that the hope Highest temperature on the 23rd. 83.5 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE FI.At -
i that the war in, the Philippineswould Lowest Boat,. 53.5 Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida, Telephone No. 202.
be Mean for the month.. . 08.7
over Christmas is Average mean for 18 years . (7.0 J..K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.;
not so bright as it was a few weeks Highest .u U In 1&:I. 73.3
when the I.ost" II 1883. 09.0 IdE1YELEt7,
ago, troups were "closing WATCHES CLOCKS
in on Aguinalclo and his body Rainfall In Inches . . . 0.68 ESTABLISHED 1875. ,
This has been Averago for 23: years .. . 2.42 + ,
guard. war goingon Greatest II "In 1807 . 5,00
for nearly eighteen months, and Least 'S ISH:a!, . 0.40 wIx.4N- :SO-creS: : &:, CO. Jewelry Diamonds,
many would be glad to see it end. Prevailing direction of wind. .. NE .. ,

.,tl, It is stated that Aguinaldo's : Number of clear days . . 20 AND FERTILIZERS and Fresco"
still consists of : "fair .. . 6 J _1 __GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS A'itL1 Y 1 Souvenir, Wedding Rings
'army from 20,000to "cloudy" .. . 4 -- h( S. Jq Waltham Watches, etc.
30,000 men, and the end} is yet'good a days with rain . 8 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We Y

ways olf. People are wonder. Island Home, handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay 7 FIRE WATCH and> JEWEBY REPAID6A
ing if the Anglo-Boer>Orange.Free Merrltts Island, Fla. Seed Meal both bright anddark '' tSIIYERNiRR6
Cora Oats Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton ,
..State war will last as long. It has at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. SPECIALTY.
been on now over a month with -If you want good results, you will tree and Vegetable Par Ground Spectacles and B. J. RILZ9,
no find the Star Brand rerUUten-Guaranteed Analytlt: Orange rertjUwr. Eyeglasses Charges paid one'way.
of cessation. an excellent adver.Using Bone,Nitrate Rod.MurUt of t"ouh.Sulphate l'ou+h. Kalntt a to. Tbtuperlor r. bate no Fv
medium., la the market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalog free. 225 W. Bay St, JAcKsolrt1LLS

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Rockledge.- Eau -Gallie. .FERTILI I ZE

vr and M r. W. M. Merwin and party,,, Sheriff Brown was noticed In town,

Mfliford, Conn., arrived last Saturday,,,, uesday morning. .f1i aaRS1;
] In Mr. Merwln'B
domiciled prett
: Mrs.
Hoke. pf Jensen, visited Iriends
borne on Barton avenue. here Tuesday

Kate Eyer has opened her curt 1 1I I
Miss than usual this in order Benj. W. Jerome of Brantley, is shipping SPECIAL
earlier some fine !1 PRICES
store I look oranges.
to give beople a chance to over :
stock before purchasing Christmas I Dr. Ilebard made a visit to Orlando m
ber this week on i
business.W. -TO-

goods arrived last week from B. Dortor left for West Palm Beach
Chas. Appley N. J. He has Tuesday where he H[i] j .
bis tents home Mr.In Ilartwell's Elizabeth launch' which winter. expects to put in thee t.Jinsappls @O<@ GrO\ATSrs.. .rq

and for the beneftrill
run t
In shape Mrs. .
\ put Prince, who is dangerously ill .
the tourists this winter<<; with gastlve fever is :
preached his farewell Improved. reported slightly 1 ,4.11 ,E>LI011X0X31Price : For1il.J.l.zor.: : ,
A. D. Penney
Rev sermon as pastor of the Cocoa M. Miss Miller entertained her scholars at hi $25.QO.GUARANTEED B3T" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to :

E.; Church last Sunday the net much her residence last Friday afternoon with\ ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money.
Interest is felt as to pastor. a taffy pull. The children had

Penney was the guest of }lr. and time. a merry ] ..........................................,.....,,................ ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
Mr. S. Williams while here. .... ..... ........................ .... ................... a to 6 ,
)[in, II. Services will be held 8olltnre.Sulphate of Ammonla..............................'................... 20 to 25 BLOOD AND BONE ACID :PHOSPHATE
R. II. Taddlson and Miss Graceare at St. Johns'church I Phosphoric Acid. ............'.........,.,;,..................,...... B to 8 ,
Vrs. next Sunday morning and evening Bone Phosphate of Lime..............................................11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE
expected to arrive to-day (Friday) Archdeacon Brown officiating, all I I Potash 0.......... ..........,. ......,........,........................,..,, B to 6 NITRATE OF SODA, .
Chicago, where they have passed welcome. i Equal to Sulphate of Potash..............,.... .............................. stole SULPHATE AMMONIA
from summer. Her friends will be glad : Maltnesla.LfmeSoda, etc. .................................................... 59 to 60C3T TOBACCO STEMS, :. E-t

10 the know that Miss Grace is again e'njoyng Dr.,and Mrs. C. A. Booth of Youngstown :. 8 ( Write for Special 1 Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

her usual health.A Gilbert, Ohio, are occupying ono of the COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND I'OTASHKS.; .
cottages adjoining the one oc- J3T Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at low '
gentleman from Biscayne Bay, who cupied by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. very 0

was a recent visitor here, expressed him- W. McNab. H : prices. ,:

,Blf as being greatly surprised at the
of the orange trees He was so Dr. Ilebard was called to attend Mrs. l''t'
size delighted with the prospects that he John Houston Sunday evening who Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send

anted to find someone willing\ to exchange suffered an attack of heart trouble Mrs. HI: Pamphlet. Pii

a Rockledge grove for one on Houston Is much better but her physic- .

Biscayne[ Bay. 'ian advises quiet and rest. i LITTLE BRO FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .

Mrs. H. J. Smith narrowly escaped a Capt. E. II. Rice left here last Friday JII

serious accident a few days ago. While morning, on the steamer Kathleen for

driving along the front, her horse became Sebastian to resume work on the inlet I Tacksoriville PloriCla. I

unmanageable, and ran the buggy into a having sent his men and teams on ahead. :

tree, smashing the front wheel. Mr. We wish Capt Rico success In his under- -
erwin[ who was near caught the horse, taking..

thus preventing more serious damage. The following party from Lansing Melbourne. Bovine. White City. The Gem Harbor Shop .
Smith in jumpingfrom the vehicle .
}[rs. Michigan are the ,
occupying Bennett -
caught her dress and fell, but escaped house for the winter Mr. Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Sham- >
: and
with only a few bruises. Tony Englehart Mr. and Mrs. Chas.bIt II. B. J. Stewart was quite sick last week We will\ soon begin making sugar and pacing" etc., Porcelain Hath Tuba wltln
W. GOODE & and
nOODE.-Real Estate Loan
but able be this week.
Clark Mr. and Mrs George Keith, Mr. Agent for -ICtna, London and Liverpool and is to up syrup Elccu'lcnl' ]atIn attached. Everything-

Tibbals.Attorney and Mrs. Frank Keith. Globe, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special Joe GOBS and family passed through G. E, Dutton. has sold all hit grape up-to-dato. I K. STKi.MfA'USEII, Vrop.H .
attention paid to the Interests of non-resl-
: Went /St Jacksonville.
We dents. Bovine with an ox team on their way to fruit at 25; cents! each. Bay : '
learn with sorrow of the death of :. .0
Conducted Vogt, of the F. E. C. R'way Llnton. Some of our growers are receiving --. ------ -'" -- 5i i

James E. Andrews spent which opcured at St. Augustine Tues Last Tuesday evening Hotel l Carltonwas J. T. Snell has the sub-contract to handsome returns for their beans owingto Drink pure filtered water and keep

Monday and Tuesday in Fort Pierce day evening/ after a very short Illness e scene of splendor the event being carry the mall from Bovine to Savage, tho fine quality healthy. See those line filters for sale by

Dr. C. P. Platts of Fort Pierce paidhis "Jake" as ho was popularly known, was the weeding of Miss Lillian\ Robertson, twice week. Meant. G, E. Dutton, J. M. Onol and Claude Walton, agent, Tltusvillo. ,
Mrs. Horton a short visit on one of the oldest and best known conductors daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson ; I
sister, N D. Locke has returned from Jacksonville C. H. Rooks attended Masonic I meetingat
Monday last. on the East Coast. proprietors of the hotel I. to Mr. where he has been attending; Fort Pierce, Monday evening. ,
John Mahard of
Ferguson, Covington, of Publication
J. T. Waters made a trip to Fort Mrs. Thos. tibour arrived Sundayand Ky. The ceremony was performed at United States court. Wo have received notice from Mr J. '.

Pierce' on Tuesday, ,with the intention of is again occupying her pretty southern 8 o'clock, Ucv. E. W. Butler officiating.It Messrs. Houston Hopkins and Hen E. Ingraham, and Vlco-l'ipnldent( of the -

having some dental work done. home on the banks of Indian river. was beautiful wedding At the derson have returned to Bovine. They F. E. C. R'y that the exhibit of the East IN Judicial ClltflllT Circuit COUUT OK Till: SKVHVTU "ti
In and!
The grounds for llrevard County
of our :; surrounding _Walden cot- sound of the wedding march played on had very poor luck bunting Coast products will open In St. Augustine IIIl'hnn'Jl'ry. I
Miss England, one prominent tage have been well cared for
several this by /gardener a Grand piano by Mrs. C. H. Stewart about tho JOth pi'ox., and we hope Frank E. Ho th and I Khrlrk: '
young ladies, spent days King during the summer months and the bridal party entered the parlor and that our growota will Interest themselves Hi.ssltor H. .:x.'rll or fr.
week in Ankona as the guest of Mrs. a fine ITEMS OF INTEREST.Have Kxtate IIf John
present tropical appearance, much stood under a pretty arch of palm ferns In Bonding samples of the products of cd. Heath ( 1\1
Jennings appreciated by Mrs. Barbour.
and dowers, a largo bell made by :Miss White City. -V8- Foreclosure. 9'
Sam Webb one of our popular young McFarland of ferns and white flowers you had a klmlnonn shown?' Charles, C. Converse
after several mouths in [Send tho ADVOCATE an order for from the center of the under Tang It on. J, O. ]Files Superintendent of Public J. his
men. spending any hung/ arch 'Twas not given for you alone; Roads, was here last Monday inspecting Florida Hardware<< AndIAr'J
N. and >. J. returned job printing need.] which tho bride and stood. The '
Nassau P., Newark you groom 1 ass U on. tho road work bringdono, on the roadto corporation,
to his pineapple plantation, last Sat- bride wore a handsome gown of white Lot It It travel down the joan, tho station. We are glad to notice To Chailus C. Converse and !Mary J. ConverseIt ... ;
tat another'
wipe tear,
inUy. Mr. Webb has a host of friendshere satin trimmed with! white lace and 1'11I111 Heaven the deed appears,' his strict fidelity to the Interest of tho Is hereby ordered that you appear at the
who welcome'him back. Georgiana.Grandma pearls; she carried a bouquet of white Pass it on. and believe his efforts Clerk's OMUto\ \ at Tltusvllle, I'lorldn" to the lilll
k county through
Ilnlnt entered alahl In the above
ANON. you
made Mrs. E. M. Campbell.Miss entitled
roses by
Mr. and Mrs JamesPeabody, of Zanes- our roads/ will\ soon be In creditable' canto, upon the

ripe, Ohio, arrived here last Saturday Maude Powell as maid of honor During the first four months of this condition. FIRST MONDAY IN' FEIIRUAR, A. 1), 10fl'. ,\,,:
Munson and granddaughter, looked sweet in a blue organdie /gown In New Jersey were Incorporated and said hill III' .
ml will spend some time here with theirion year anwer due course, othcrwlne' the
friendsof Miss Ruth Allen, arrived recently. trimmed in blue velvet; And little Miss companies whoso aggregated capita same will be taken analilHt you as conr" "lId. ""
E. E.
Peabody. many Blanche Snedeker and Master Ralph THE HOG QUESTION. and further th tt this order he puhlUhud with a. J
exceeded all the of all kinds In
Mr. and Mrs. much Quarterly meeting at this place on the money .
Peabody are
flower bearers the admi- IItLleluh.y as may ho In the INDIAN) ItiVKHAtvtiOATK : *-
pleased to have them with us again. 10th and 17th of this month. Every Bowyer as won our land. :, publishnd, at Tltusvlllo. Florida one 'e-ti
body cordially invited to attend. ration of all. Tho decorations of parlors SEIIABTIAN, Fi.A., Deo 12. 181)0.)!) each week for eight vousi.>mitlve wenks ,
"What Would Jesus Do. by Rev none .. .
Many of our residents are devoting and dining room were beautifully done by order Ht the ( .r" onice.at Tltn

much of their time now to making jellies Frank Munson and his brother Fred, by Mr. Sherman Snedeker.' The young Sheldon of Kansas, is regarded as the Editor Indian liter Advocate : vllle, thl. the 12th day or Iteremlier. A. HTI<.WAH'f., A. n. 1M'J'JA. > ,I"

anis, etc., from the Jamaica sorrel, made a trip to Cocoa in their sailboat ladles and gentlemen In waiting were: most extraordinary book of the century, Dear Sir:-Wo see that the hog and Clerk of the Circuit Court.Hy .
which is now fast maturing. This plant, Monday. They did not have much pol- The Misses Jennie and Helen Miller, since over 3,000,000) ) copies have been antl-hogniieRtlonlsbolngagltalud.! O. A, STEWART, H. C.
<< Doing
owing to its usefulness and ease of cultivation ing to do that day for a certainty.If Jessie Goodo, Allio and Mollle Nicholson sold In England! and many more In this Interested In trucking; I think a. few

is becoming popular withour Carrie and Mattie Brown, Susie Carter, country. COUNTY OFFICKU8.
very you want reliable news of the East propositions from trucker's point of
people. Coast you should subscribe for the pink Dr. J.. A. :Peck, Piof. Earl Adl'ms.Messrs. Cooking has recently been 'recognized view will not come amiss. though

A great many pineapples have been paper, which is one of the best advertisIng Frank Conkling, John Nicholson audSam as a science, and now 27 schools New your correspondent from Spruce Bluff SCHOOL )lOA mI. [

shipped this week from the plantatlot.sof mediums in the state. Ernest Taylor Person: 1'addlson York city are teaching ;jiM.i. pupils this has seen fit to speak somewhat disparagingly J. !M. Dlxmi, Tltusvtllet; It. N. Androwe" 1+
Martin. The ladles who assisted useful art. Groat to Cocoa) B. K, llhhs, lIIolllfJllrne.i a
coming of this I him I
place, calalSUI'e
!! J. which
Tibbals and J. T. Waters
eCmcd Mrs. M. D. L. Dodson, of Titusville, Mrs. Robertson receiving!, etc., were: many homos from the Ideas Introduce that trucking has and will pay In this i
to be sent principally to McComb
.I Co. came down on Saturday and stayed over Mesdames E. S. Bender, E.: P. Branch by the children Mrs. Williams, the vicinity, provided the festive razorbackIs COUNTY COMMIHSIONKItS.

fork ,the and Macomio. &; llubbs, New Sunday with her daughter Miss Ida, W. W. Barden, II. O. bnedoker, R. W teacher, has a summer school whore kept within bounds. It would seem J. It. Walker, Titimvllle, ..

prices; growers may expect fancy who is teaching school at this place. Ooodo und G. S.: Snedeker. Mrs.I Hoke house work and nursing arc also taught. that taking freezes, Hoods and high Mendul Iurniifei( ( J. It. Walker Situsvllle; ;
judging from and the
quotations of Jensen nnd Mr. Poml'oy.'of Eau HilI- Jno. ItoaatmlEutaltleJ.N.) Waller. Ankona.
oze of fruit shipped. Dr. Holmes was down Friday night on lie, famished sweet music during the There Is some alarm, not only In our transportation rates we had enough Inflicted Regular sessions are hold first Monday In each
a professional visit. Mrs. Flora Witt- own country but In all countries most on us without having to build a month ,
and violin. Mis.Bender 3
}Ir. Jennings, of Pennsylvania, bought feld is a little better in health. The genial evening on pianno highly civilized over the growing ten brick wall around our promises to keep .
last with a pretty wedding guest
week a large acreage of pineapple out the razor-back as we defy anything
doctor spent the night at .Uncle not to and of ,
deny men OmflALH.
!and adjoining Linwood the beautiful book, had eighty-four of the guests pies- marry course, else to turn him. c, 1

proper tv of Col. W. G. Winans.Ir.:! Hughies. ent register their' names therein as a If men will remain single women must Now Mr. Editor ,we also favor the Minor H. Jones, Titimvllle circuit lodge' ) I>. S
Jennings to Mr. Baldwin is still quite sick. His token for the bride to keep. :!\II'. and do so. France is reported as having L, (laulden, Tltlisvlllu, cuuntv judge !M-
expects erect quite a largewelling raising of hogs In this county with ,
1,543,002:! bachelors Several remedial lolilmnltli; Ti O vale, prnHeoutlni attorney;;;
and make many other hnpro'emeots friends are kindly helping Leland to get Mrs. Frrguson left on the noon train, have proper restrictions, and It scorns to us A. A. Stewart,Titusville clerk circuit emurti) J.
the lathes the shed before Wednesday for points north then on to been proposed ; ono is a heavy tax F. Wonten, Coitoa ,
on the property; he and wife have on pineapple that the one and ono-half mile limit tax aNHUHMor) )4; W Hall.
made Jack Frost in but their future home In Washington/ D. C. on all unmarried men, and another Is to sug- .ltunlllfl, tax collector) John IlsilryTitllsville,
a host of friends here and Mr. puts a possible would
pouted come pretty near illlliiK ,
deprive them of certain political hts. tl'UlurerJ.II.' tlalll Oourttumy 'crtntesd.
Jennings is full of the yankee pride and much-dreaded appearance The following\ Is is a list of her splendid the bill. A* I take It, our laws should silt public Instruction ) J. O. Fries*ritnsvlller

push and in the near future he will have Mrs. :Mary Clark and little grand- wedding; /gifts: Tho total product of tobacco raised on be for tho greatest good to the greatest county surveyor, ; J. 1'. Hrown.,Titunillo.sheriff,.

home and plantation second to none. daughter Miss Annie Summerhonr also Capt. and Mrs. Nesbltt silver coffeepot the globe last year Is estimated at 1,1)00) number, and u law that will force poao ".
) ; Mrs. Gillman pair of vanes; Mr. OOO.IHIO pounds, of which the United able, law.af iding citizens to become UNICU'A'AL. t
The Mrs. Jane Gilbrealh who is Mrs. B.Bruner's .
Bazaar: which was held last Tuesday and Mis. H. 'We Gixide silver tea :
pot; Mates prod need 16,0 (00, Nkl( ) pon oils; K" n. (desperadoes I (?) ought certainly to boall1eOllecl. ----
mother arrived
| evening! at the residence of Kev. Mr. on Friday.floe Alex Goodp silver butter dish:
Capt. ; produced
alone (
ladies of tacky 183NSOOJ/ () (); pounds Your r ) t say: TOWN COUNCIL. "
Sawyer was a great success from begin- are step-sisters Mr Misses Annie and Jessie! Guude, silver Yet tobacco (lint became known imaginary
to tin '
DIng to H. K. Hughes and also aunts of Mrs "Thin bill, with Its lino, deserved ] .1 r A, I), renncy; ahlunmm font At.
It is to .
really surprising bowl Mr and lIrs.a8./ T. Hogg
!: ,
sugar ; world the of \
| and ,J. W. and A. L. Bruner. Mr8.Clark'J by discovery America. Jr to bo defeated; but, all ho linn V. It. Knox Jno. It. Walker U. Iflaulden
energy and the great results silver breed tray; Mr. and Mrs. John men got: along/ without It before 1102: uot suggested anything bettor I would ( F. A. t.oH'eYI' umti'imiir; John .,
W ladies can ItCCtHn p1lsh. The decora- daughter Miss Kate, taught Ooode sterling sliver!' gravy ladle; Mr. they not and this clerk and treasurer i C 14, Hi'huyleri marsh.llaudculhrhrtC.ltuukught.T'be ,
why can now, use big nay let In stand, and rnnko It an Issue In
lions school here last winter. This is their / eouncllueeta '
were rare and beautiful and the ar- and Mrs. Thomas Chalice dozencon'ee :
one sum to make happy tho homes of the our next election for reprCJllontlitivo.Thill' ( first Tuesday In each month., -
itlcg first visit to beautiful Land of Flowers -
for our ,
much Geo.
would require too spoons| ; Mr. and Mrs." BI'OO'l1.cunter world line need not be Imaginary, an our
'Pl'e to mention, but consisted of fancy and they are poifectly delightedwith piece; Mrn. A. S.: l<'ee. lace handkerchief could off
roclcs, confectionery, toys and many ar- the prospect of spending one winter ; Mr. and Mrs. li.irden sofa pillow In "An Appeal to Women" the fol county cnmpniittfvely surveyor small soon run It the INDIAN RIVER QUA III m. "

dcles both useful and ornamental. The where snow aud ice is not expected to and fancy plate Mis. Lanemun, lowing startling statement U made: "In at expense to Drill at the Armory, over county jnlfeveirjr t
and Mill at about
!tire building was crowded to ov Hlow- come, and with their relatives some of pin cushion; Mr and Mrs. Day, sliver the last two years more than 100,000,000/ ( / county "lImI\1I1I1"n Tuesday evening III the month air .o'ulwk
half mile It would bo Sized
every as all It. )4;. MI.MH.Jli., faptdln.IIOAKI ;
whom have not for birds have been killed
which them they seen many \ that
log represented Fort Pierce An- sugar tongs; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Pad- you may the lino llnlicrmcHi-fioii (
real our ) ..
)a. Eden, Jensen, Waveland and other years. They come from Illwassee college dison, China chocolate set; l\Jr.ancl Mrs. wear hats and bonnets.! Sisters why their nets tulle from Inlut.

ni geB along the river The receipts Tenn., and expect remain here 1'. P. Powell, chocolate set; Mr. and ')Jrl. will you do it?" Not only is there the setting\Vo arc aware thai ono Homo of our an stockmen ) OK THADK.
'tere beyond the expectations of nil In- some time.If Frank Fee silver ladle; Mr. and long of the sweet singer/ but Insects are Malts
soup were ntfnliiHt this bill, for, nit was every! second M'edniwluy<< nlxht In eact
I'tSlcd. and will be applied to a build'ogfuu.l Mrs. W'C.' Barnes silver salad set; Mr. multiplying; an enormously, and In some laid. this will to be the month at H lOO; o'clock In rooms over 'iiostottic
places, If their are not checked provo 'Jude| AI. H. .lon ., president J, M. IJtlton.
for a Congregational church. and Mrs. McLaughlin\ silver fruit dish ; ravages )
in search of
bargains lawVe all have
are to n no-fence .
you vegetation will bo ruined. Thanks to I'treasurer; J, O hl list, nccrotary.Onler f
JAKE. read the ADVOCATE columns carefully Mr. and Mrs. Mann set of fruit knives;; cattle fences, and simply: wish to inukome .
the of
dense women the fashion in Irene
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stewart cake spoon ;; razor back his distance Wlll1t ,
soup {
Miss Maude Powell sofa pillow; Mr. E. popular, ns they have been led to think not bo better to make this small concession VII UUCII tH. ,

.ben-pink Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE Lotus. Taylor, naiad spoon; Minxes Brown, silver The Review of Reviews, In an able ? The bill might be nmonded to

,, )paper of the East Coast, will be salt dishes; Mr. and Mm. C. It. Oalin article of great length:: gives the consuni- take In any outlying settlement; that by I'JtY'IJlYT nIAN CIIUUCH.
'ecclved at the Melbourne Postofflce. vase; Mr. and Mrs. E.:.1). Oslln, spoon j; tlon of spirituous Ilquorspercspitaas the vote of its )people might wish It to ftarvlccs every Sabbath at II B. m.and T JO p.m.

C. Tblgpin attended to business In Mrs. Bender, sliver tongs and guest book ;; fol>ows: Sweden, 1,1)5 gallons; Norway come In-Including /Spruce' Ill nih, Thl' supt Sunday<< I'rayerooa M'liool at.ting I in on a. n Wrdneiiduy<
Mrs. O. W. Bonter, center piece; Mr 1,18 gallons; Doninatk hal no prohibitory bill, even with its Imaginary line, ns he : TileI'ubliuarsconllally invited to at
Cocoa Saturday
Banyan. on and Mrv. Lockwood jelly spoon; Sam Uw, and the amount Increases '05.ol says would have the effect of preventing tend our service*,

R. C. Creech and J. It. Ragan were Martin bottle of cologne; F, C. Conkling, per head of the whole population; anyone from tuinlng hog loose in a Kev, JOHN.. ItUOlltSI'alitor..: ..
here on Satudray. sliver cream spoon; Mis. Chas. Campbell, lnCanad.i( the sum I U only 1,10 the lowest settlement, which your correspondent -- --- -- --- --- .

has received a big ship- silver orange knife; Miss! Williams, cord known; Great Britain, 4.1)5. In the United a* u fair-minded man, must admit 1 III anulsanco. METIIODIHTCHUKCIIItoirulur
Joe commission man's man Is with us C. D. Provost Mi' F. Irwin, cut glass Jug
8 > tray; s. syrup ; States the amount of dlmlllvd liquor services every Ant third and fourtttiHiiiiiluys
-pocket and phiz-brass lined. ment of bean seed. Mr. Wooley and family, carving sot; has diminished over M' per cent per The whole question!! rcttolvim Itself Into at II a. in., ami 1W: p. in. Huudityr

,Chas, D. Merrill and B. J. Hilliard, of :Miss Maude Hardce spent Friday and MUs Valentine, pickle tusk; Mr. and Mrs, capita In the last twenty years, ,while this; What right tins any man to take )4./hal.very eatili Hunduy Hunduy at at sate:Ifl.W;p.)III.a. in.Prayer Y.IwortJ"l"allIl meow

roP'c' were in our burg on Sunday. Saturday In Rochledge Shepard, bonbon spoon and fork; Wm the amount of beer consumed is alarmIngly something oil hug neighbor' place, liiKvvery Thursday night at 7;:110, o'clock. The

J. for Ferguson sliver tea service; Mr. Eleanor on the Increase, for beer Is not atemperance whether he get It himself or lets lIN Ladles' Aid society nitwts every Wednesday
l M. Field rowed down from Indian- J. M. Ennis was packing.oranges Ferguson, silver knives, forks and spoons; drink. The open. ,saloon hogs got It, without giving a fair equivalent at a:ou p.. 111. Everybody: wtlfonm, at our etuiiuaservices.
on Sunday, to look after his Interest L. D. Hancock Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Ferguson silver '
ere. cause the Increase. for the same? Thl I la tho .quosllon Rev, A. II. I'KNNKV, luster.Er1NC01'AE .
C. D, Provost and Mr. Stranghn were pitcher; Mr, and Ml** MoAdam u three that II I at the root of all no-fence law*.

Y. Pigen Prevatt S. Stewart and J. passengers to Cocoa on the Spartan, on carving sets; Miss Burr, fancy plate; Marriage Is no longer a lottery as sta And for the take of keeping peace In the
r 1I1t1nve'\ one's chances at
'/dk1n8 and family were in Banyan on :Saturday: Mrs. Edna Ferguson, handsome quilt; of any age. family for the hog question, wherever It CHURCH.
Mr, and Mrs Glbbs salal fork; Miss forty- lx per cent our women marry wa started, baa bred more Ill foiling del-vices Vud and Ills Humlays In each uinnthi
Miss Gertrude Minis, of Bonaventure Jennie Miller, cut glass card tray; Miss between the age of 20 and 25; twenty. ban else I that at 11 a. in and 1 p. m. Sunday school every
Miss Willie Otwell of Bahla, were eight cent. between the ages 'of 25 anything suggest we Sunday at l 11:30: a. m. livening prayer at 3 I'. in. ;r
| and per
center Mrs.
,'etherise growers are feeling good Helen Miller, piece; give the one and one-balf mile limit a ou Wednesdays Litany servlc* everyat Friday
ln Prices. Shipments have pleasant callers\ in town on Friday McBride, fancy handkerchief; Misses and 3'); tun per cent between M and 351; teal at leant 10 s. in., \

'm"menced In ernelt.I' T G. Ronald and F.. W. Capron have Allle and Mollie Nlcholnon, hand-made from 35 to M but six per cent marry, Your truly, Archdeacon H. K. HKOWK, Heeler.HAITIST r
and fJ() but In 'live t
beyond one woman
handkerchiefs Mr and Mrs. D. J Tbom'
Jones their Tangerine oranges, ; P. KKOKOKI-:
A. been shipping
I' Campbell T. A. Camp- thousand marries. "Man' chances
ever CHURCH.
n A. north in time for as, fancy spoon; Unknown, a beautiful
N will arrive
\Iathll that they
and of so
> J. T. Stewart
a handsome Onyx clock are between the age of 18! 25, when I'reachtngevery second and fourth Runriryv
TOP'c' picture;
were recent visitor to this burg. the holiday trade. from the following members of the Con- I 18 per cent marry; between 20 and :30 -Do you want to buy or ell property i moraine and evening I'rayer Me uiijf,/'. fforyWednesday
Tblgpin and Os- the I I. raised to thirty-four on Indian River If do write the evening at 7-00: o'elook ttuiulayBohool
:? patches beans are being Messrs. Singleton regatlon&l church: Mr. and Mrs. J. II.1'lillllps percentage ; you Also
edfine I.48 pwarlv
Sunday at : a. '11.
8tuougb.small green fly, anti It teen are packing oranges for B. W. Jer- Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Jackson, from 30 to 35: ; their chance are twenty Indian Itlver Heal Estate Agency TltnsTllle log and every Hunduy! << ai LaUrange All are c.'ll"lly ,

'dki (aa it might be a serious ome, Brantley, this week. lie has a fine Mr. and Mm. E. P. Branch, Mr. and Mr*. per c !nt; from 35! to 45 but nine percent Fla. See faKei.. Invited to att ud. '
E. N AZLL.n.tor,
lot of fruit. Bowyer, Mr. and Mrs. C. McBride, Mr, .; while but two per cent marry !I I
Butler Dr. Mrs. Johnson after that age. The age of marriage I II ,- A advertising medium ,
We pleased to note change In price and Mrs. Lyman, an no CHURCH.
are Misses McFarland and increasing with both xe*. H. the East Coast can beat the CATHOLIC
''P We York. With a little i the Lyman, paper on
cry would esteem the favor If ourxtA' of beans In New at what they and Johnson, Messrs. Lyman and Down Stuart, Fla., December 11, 1899. ADVOCATE.: Give u* a trial advt., Services at 10 a. m. .v ry Sunday In new .j'
when and continuous price North Titusville, 1h11drea'wcatechism
a Church
rain building
writing or calling .
upon quoted, the poor vegetable ey; also a handsome ink stand from the and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. at V p. >.

4wvertiMr would mention* to purchase the ADVOCATK.merchandise, grower are now may be able to make living. Junior Christian Endeavor Society. -Do you filter jour drinking water uJi.,.J.V. O'BoriK. rtector.

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crop can be garnlaBrd wlfll natural roses hart Florida Central andPeninsular
N a been given In the Hoston Cooking

without School Magazine together with the II-
j lustration Deal the whites of three dT

"I. Potash. eggs with two tablespoonfuls of con

fectloners' sugar three minutes. Continue Railroad

: Every blade of adding same quantity of sugar .
and beating time until ,
same length of $v ,

1I'" Grass one cup.anA a: half of sugar bay been
every grainof Unexcelled service from Florida to all points

and Corn Vegetables, all Fruits, c'r North East and West

must have it. If h1h .

between Jacksonville New York, carrying Pullman
Two Trains daily ehd Drawb;
enough is supplied ... )
Boon; Sleeping cars, passing through

I I you can count on a full crop.- _

if. too little, the growth, will be r7 rI : Savannah, Columbia,(Charlottesville; WashingtoD,

scrubby." wzpu'gq y 14 oA lsIIIED WITH BOexa.uee4 I BALTIMORE fttul '.""ILADiLPufA;

}d l\1f.dd\ one tablespoonful
Send for our booki' telling alt about eompotltJoa of of le1nod jdic l at the mixture thicken.. ( 4)tpi'
fertilliert beii' adapted for. all They COlt ;
cropf. you
I. ', ., 1 Coattnue adding sugar and beating until -

a .knjfe cut down into the. frosting. "Dixie Flyer"
1.! GERAUM KALI WORKS,;]Nanau St.,New Y cd. will'make a "clean cut" that does not ,

.. close together again. Spread the cake'' Tri-Weekly Sailings Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louts via
with a thin coating of frosting. When:

It. CROCHETED MATS. this, baa. hardened, put on a thicker:',
f' layer having the mixture somewhat Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville
j'j'A Set of Three or five Very PrettyFer stiffen Then crease for cUtt"I To ,

,. t ... the Table or l>re..er. the remaining frosting add sugar and (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

4. The Designer gives these Instructionsfor beat 'until the frosting will keep Its' Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points in the Northwest

the mat Illustrated! : Mr'.. -'rlnls.No., shape when pressed through a pastry The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe
35 linen thread nnd a coal, iwl hook.
bag and tube.A .
: The stitch employed Is called half ,
l\r double, made by throwing thivnd over Clyde New England and Southern Lines.1! Also Jacksonville-Cncinnattt) sleeper via Colombia and Asheville.
Neat Window Arrangement.To .
the hook taking up n stitch beneath, Direct Service Between
make the ends of this combined Full information on application to any agent of this company.
then drawing thread through the three
: : window box and plant shelf The Ln.dies' .
Providence all Points
: Itches on the hook. Jacksonville Boston and Eastern
World directs to select two pieces ,
A. O McDoncll L. A Shipman
Begin in the center with a chain of ,
", ;' eight BtltchcB joined. of half Inch !board 12 inches wide and (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ,

18 Inches long. Mark out the In
: I'lrst'row. 3 ch, 2 d c In the si et, then curve BEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS ; Asst. Gen. Pass.
,':' the front edge with a )pencil) and tollowon Southbound.... .................. .,,...':................ ..... .....-.from Lewis Wharf, Boston General 1 Pass. Agt. Agt
I' : 3 d c in each of the next 7 st, making the board the lines of the inner Northbound.....!..................t.;. ................. from loot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's
24 d o In the row: join the last d c to -

the 3 ch by a.sl st. open spaces. .
\ The board can be cut on these lines St. Johns River Line. .
". ?Second row 3 ch. 1 d c In the sl st d
with a sharp jackknife but if one has ,
I c In next 2 d c, 2 d c In the next ((3 eh.i' one of the very narrow "keyhole" saws BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND. SANFORD.: -1J) 5outhetni
2dcln next d d In 2 d 2'd _
c, c next c, c
Fla.and the St.John's River.
hat carpenters use the work can be Jacksonville,Palatka !:Sanford Enterprise intermediate landings on
I if in next), S times; join by sl st to the. 3 STEAMER
done very quickly When one end Is .
I.' ch.Third cut out,. It can be used as a pattern for "FKED'IC Dc AItY.: -
t : row 2 ch to take the place of a Railway
the other end. A bottom and two nar- CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
I half double, h d In the si st, h d In each
Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p. m., FnndaysTnesdaye and Thursdays.
t .) Leave Sanford 0:00() a. m., Enterprise 9 do a. m., :Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
: .(. WINTER TOURIST SEASON 1 899-1 poo.
J' W. H. WARBURTON T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. I'aee.Agt.,
6 Bowling Oreen,New York. I 204 West Kay St.,Jacksonville. Fla.
h.r.. C. P. LOVELL Asst.Fla. 8unt.. ( JOHN. L,HOWARD, Superintendent. Train
Jacksonville Fla. |I Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Through Service via Jesup.
TIIEO. G. EGKIt, T. 1\[., 6 Bowling Green, New York. ,
r Wl\[. P LYDE& CO.. General ente,
S Bowline Ore"D.N..w York la: *,.. Delaware Av.., Philadelphia. .


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'' '11Ilnjl1l\ \ \I 11 q I 'p THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS

I' :". ,I t k tit III1I11I\ qlll I. No99 souTH BOUND (Read Down). :NORTH BOUND (Read Nolla'Up)! Will on and after November 19th, 1899* be operated via Jesup

NoM No 78
V ally STATIONS. Da117n .
,, DaIl1 I Daily
& JkqI
.. J
l L .;j". '"' Iiia: Leat'e........................ Jacksonville ........................Arrlt'e 'I'SOp 10 M BETTER TIME AND DETTER SERVICETHAN EVER
CliOUlivTKD IIAt. WINDOW BOX AND PLANT SHELF. 10 IIOa Arrive....................... SG Augustine .......................Leave 820p II V. BEFORE.
i of the next 4 d c,2 h'd In the next(3ch,2hdinnextde,4hd.2bdin row side pieces are then nalle'on., 1U b6a Leav....................... St.Augulltine .......................Arrive 6151' 40.- rROUTEPLANT
II11& ................ ...... .Ifal&linllll ... ......................Leave 6001' IIf7P
r and a shelf Is fitted to the top. Let the iTlso Arrl.e.,. .... .... .. . ... ... Pal"tka ... .. . ...... .....lA'l\vt' 450p T SYSTEM TO JESUP; .
l \ uext), I 5 times; Join! to 2 ch. bottom of the box and the shelf at the Ulna leave ..... .. .. . .. P"/\Ika' ... .. .. .. .......Arrive o1 TiUa

Thq following rows are a repetition top project a little to give a tlulsh the .'Yi 6i ._..._... Arrive.. .... .... .... .......... ban Mateo .. ..... .. ........Loave ...... '11iti: SOUTH ERN RAILWAY FROfl JESUP. I

:' of the third the number of half doubles edges being. neatly rounded for this ...... 7 hOe LP"vo. .... .... .... .. ... .... Nan Mateo .... ....... .. ......Arrive aj ::::::

, J In t-ach row being Increased byf' purpose. The box and 'shelf will of ITh- 11 UlJaAmv......................... Ea..t PaJatka ........................L"ave b :Fop 948.T8p
12b1p .. .................._....... Ormond .......................... 713a- 12 Hours Quicker Time from Tampa to Cincinnati ia
h placing two In the stitch }'lIch side of course havo to be made of a length to T top IOKp ............. ......_......Daytona. ........ ................ 888p T01.IObp .
r? the three chain In working take up fit the window for which It is intend IISp II ................._.....:.lPortOran... ........... .. .... 82tlp 8Ma826p Through Pullman Cars, via Jacksonville.
{ IMp ......................_ New Smyrma ........................ 80-.1'. d 80.
both stitches at the top of the doubles. ed. The whole U supported by two IMp 22211 ................... ...... Oak Hill. ...... .................. 059
. There are 20 rows In the mat to the bronze brackets to be had for a trifle '!lOp 80C1p' .........................Tltu. ville.......................... 145p 6&a -ALSO-
...... 8 Of'p ." ......................... Cit, Point ......................... 116p ......
''. border. The open squares In each secM' at hardware stores. ...... UI\tIp ............................ Cocoa ... .:...................... .. 107 .. Quickest Time ever made from Jacksonville to Cincinnati
tion qre made by placing one chain between If the window box Is to contain. ...... 841p ." ........................Rocklodge ..........._............ 44 104p......
. ...... 41lp: t ...........o............ Eau UaUie ......................... 1283p ...... etc .
. f: ,, the doubles and skipping one Plants that need quite a good deal of ...... 421p ......................... )lelboume ........__..........o. 1224p ....
" ;, stitch !beneath. The square begins moisture, a zinc lining can be procuredat u.... 467p .......................... RolMlland .._...................... .. 114& ......
!,, I ...... 601p ........................" 8e\/\IItlan .......................... 1148a ...... I'or detailed Information aa to rates, schedules sleeprnr cur reservations, etc., apply
: with the eighth row: and the stitches the tinsmith's., If care Is taken in ...... 66P: .......................... St. Lucie .......................... .. 106lla ....wS. nay agent of the SotJTHiRN RAILWAY or iu connections,via Jesup.
must bo counted from each side of the supplying no more. moisture than the ..... 8161' .". ......................_. Fort Pierce ......................... 10 su ...... .
I I '' 8411' ............ .....:...._....Eden.... ........................ 1006a. R. W.
Beetlou, so as to get It' In the center. earth can readily absorb a wooden box a 840'1'' ............_...... ....... Jensen"....... .................. 10 00a pia HUNT,- Florida Pas, Agt, !'It West Bay Street Jacksonville, Flu.
First row of border 0\ ch fastened without lining will\ answer very well 809bap .............. ............. Stuar. .... ......_............... 9609 308726p '. M. OULP. W. A. TURK S. H. HARD Wiag
'''f If the Inside! Is ail ........................ Robe Sound: ........................ II lOa Daily Trama ,
': by a sl st In every fourth st beneath, especially thoroughly, 'lOOp" ........................ West Juplt.r .................... 9079lBp ? 3lanaeer Gen. PassRt **>*. Q.n- Pan A4-
1. having a sl st In every 3 ch. painted before putting In the earth. / .............. ......Welt Palm Beach..................... 8 Sill Washington D. G Washington Dt a Atlanta,G*
Second 0 ch fastened by a si) st 88\11 r .................. ........ Boynton........ ..... ............. 8 November 18th, 1690.MALLORY .
; : row, S48p ........................... Peiray .. ............. ............ '167I
: In every 0 ch of first row. Bridal Etiquette.It 587p ... ...................._ Fort Lauderdale..................... '07IO
. ........ .... ....._.. Lemon O1t7 ........... ............ 62
It d In each (J ch, with bride
f1.. Third row 0 Is quite correct for a to carry 10 Arri,....................... ...... Mlaml... .. ...................... Elba
a si st In the sl st between. a prayer book Instead ot a bouquet.One .
ItA\U1 .
r li'ollrth'I'ow. 0 ch fastened In tho cen of the prettiest wedding prayer STEAMSHIP LINE.
. ter of each shell beneath. books that 1 have ever seem contained p 1iZu.o .New Smyrna...........................Ar pa
Fifth row, 7 ch fastened hi' each 0 merely the marriage service the marTiage 601)11121* Lake Helen ................. .........Lv 121Op 440p4Otp
I t ch. certificate, blanks for the signature 1180. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..... .Orange City............................ 12009 t24p Florida, New York,
\ 106 11/6aAr.......... .. .. .Oran eCit Junction,.,..;.... ....,... ,. 1166.116 and Boston.
,\ Sixth row, 7 h d In each 7 ch with a of the minister who performed the 1 trains twee. New Smyrna and Orange Cif Iunutiou ally oxcep Sunday.131.TWIshN Philadelphia
; sl st between. ceremony and of the members of the Front Brnniwlck (direct), to New York.
w A larger mat is made In the same bridal party and the near relativesand d PASSENGER SKRYICE.
o.11 A I 0..Tltulville.

manner as this one, with more rows. Intimate friends who were present ;I ..................................... .....................................Ar. 2iSa To make connections with steamers, leave-Gov.J *SaeetiCumberland M"3v''i','
and each section has four opensquares. The' binding was white vellum t .v .......................................Mima.....................................L, 112jo28a I on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m.,via rernandina and M"""
t"' mat has 30 .. .?...................................Ostren.................. ................ 11 IslaISUit ( Route) Arrive Bruniwfek830p.m.: (F.
rows with bride's and the "
This maiden
larger the fame ...................................Jtnterprl"....... .......................... 11 8a8aa route. Or via all rail. leaving Jacksonville i8! a.taking:} ;N f
to the border and Is 11 Inches In diam date of the marriage engraved on the ....?....................... .Ent.r rise Junotion............................... 1169 & P.).*Ia Everett and Southern &,. tfassengeis
,_ eter. Narrow ribbon .Is run through cover In gold letters. Such a book has Gala Ar ........ .. d. ... ... ... ... .$antord... . ..................... ......... 110UaA per aboard steamer that nrght.
trains between Titu..villean l Sanford Sunday.
< Daily_ except
t tho open spaces between the sections. to bo made up and bound expressly for PROPOSED SAILINGS

Three of these mats the largei one the person who will use It. She carries KEY \V EST AND HAVANA.
make Lv.New Tork Pier 21 K.Rn 3-OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Bra.atdFriday
noil two of the smaller size a It up the aisle and bands It to the minIster .

pretty dresser set. If they are to bo to read the service from, and it Is TM leaiuvtn ol the Florida JUt Ooa.t l-iteainiihlp: Company are appointed to aail aa follow** Dee. t ...................... ... COLORADO. ............;............ ..Friday,ve"*
Frjday.Deo 8.......... ..............RIO; GRANDE....... ..... ..............Friday: "
,, used ns n table set, make the largo one. a very lovely little keepsake. The STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHDOUND Friday, .. 15................. ........COLORADO ...... .......... ........Friday.Friday I "
two of the smaller ones and two still bridal party should enter the room In 22............................RIO GRANDE... .,..............a.......... Friday,

,'.: smaller. the following order: First the two tot general Information,steamers,trains rate, etc., apply to
Leave Miami Sunday and Wednesday Arrive Key West Monday and Thursday .
ushers who should walk !
ti ut GI.... together; *. Leave Key Welt Mondays and Thursdays Arrive Havana Tuesdays audrridays. BASIL (GILL Agent, 22&W.Bay St.JacksonTill'|
f' hen tho bridesmaid walking alone; .'
k, i Cut glassware Is both valuable: and hen the bride with the person who NORTlIBOrjNO. II.II.RAYMOND' ,General Southern Agent,Brunswick Ga.
beautiful and should bo carefully treated C. H.MALLORY N. Y.
\ will her The best ,General Agent Pier 20, E. River and 388 Broadway
r when cleaned. It should In the give away. man Leave navanit Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Key West Tuesday and Fridays --
;1 should walk Into the room with the Leave Key West Tuesdays! and Fridtya Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays ---
be washed In warm water
? first place, groom, just behind the minister a moment Det.arturf! from Miami will b. made oon as pos ible Miter arrival of train U
''j '., to which have boon added a few drops on snUii.K .t"! ".. .
or two before the bridal party ...
" If You
of that Invaluable cleansing! agent '1'heea lhraa'1'a hfH Hazar.
.' nmmoula. Having thoroughly rinsed como In.-llurwr's depart from the tuivural ttatlui.t: and i>ort., but their arrival or departure at the Uuteaftted
,. ; 1. not Ruaranteei nor dues tUe Company hold ivneif renpuuiuble for any delay or allay
! them, brush each piece separately with \'eII'4'>qut 4 n soft brush dipped In whiting and Eurrluira Once Store.That copy ut lixi time card call at SW W..t Bay Strwt Jauk,uU villa, or addreu
earrings are much worn Is a J. P. BBUKW1TU, Trafflo Manager J. D. BAHNEd, A. 0. P. A.
then, when the white powder Is washed .. Found What Yon Want
St Amrn tin
i should fact not to be disputed, says The Jewelers' .. .
off, polish the glasses. which .: "
Circular. They to be
appear pure
drain for a minute or two with tissue
\ papervhteh puts on u splendid gloss. suing a quiet and )persistent advance For Home down and look atcf
a take
suppose you a trip
award point where It may be said of

Chowder hem that they have "arrived" the, pLANT SYSTEM. Fruit and Garden Lands along the

Fry In butter .or pork fat In n deep test society. Among the best dressed!,'

kettle, two sliced onions When ten- English women not only are the mod- East Coast

:'J' tier, add eight .potatoes, sliced thin. cat diamond or pearl solitaires entirely;
Season well with pepper and salt cove 'amlllar' but types more Important oil If you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

i-rvrlth hot water cook a few minutes lighter and more fanciful according to.\ North South East, West Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room. If >'a
individual taste, seem to be gaining a .
then add sweet corn, cut aud,scraped ,,
',' from eight good sized ears adding foothold, the latest fad reported being, Northwest or Southwest.Remember looking this way, drop a line to

and boll half an hour Now for gypsy rings studded with many'' Vice.Vresident
more water 8rd
add a quart of boiling milk and two small stones.Nobody. that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways ana Steamship Line with ,

tablespoonfuls of butter rubbed smooth Wand It. gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford Jacksonville Charleston, Mongomery Tifton ;FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

with a tablespoonful of Hour. Add There now retmlns only I one people and various other polnts/with Its all tho year round DOUULE DAILY SERVICE ST. AUGUSTIgg. JJ

further seasoning and allow. tho chow and one little valley south of the equator 18 the best route and that all information can be obtained promptly by addressing --

der to boll up twice. whose has or calling on
sovereignty not been .

Fru.ta.1r For a Wexldluv- Cake. claimed by some European) power It' F. M. Jolly, Division 1'auengerAgent. Tie ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing,
Is thl''all..y of Barotse ftO or GO miles
These directions for making ornn- 138 Weft Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla., IWUUA
wide north of Llalul lu South Africa. Suit the
Prices to
'J1cutalt&OUJlg: fo/.a. \xedd ug cake .to 8 I W. Wrenn paaaenger Traffic Manager. Savannah Ga.



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from tho overworked condition of .
Iwc3N RIVER 2OTEZ the liver and kidneys which are unableto X.tnk..r of God Thine That Cap ,"

expel.Impurities from the blood. This Ue Made ''With Tfc m.Pie. THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA. TwentyDAYTONA minutes ,
TITUSV1LLE, causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsapi. .-Lino the pie pan with rich paste 'bus from
by Station.
villa has been wonderfully successful I In and put three largo tablespoonfuls of :

rt r INDIAN RIVER, curing this disease. It neutralizes the sugar; and one of flour, well )foiled on Electric Light, Steam heat, Private baths Boating, Fishing, Surf ri!

FLORIDA.J. acid in the blood permanently cures the bottom. Over this spread' a good Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Heat bicycle roads in the ,,

cines the aches fail to and relieve pains which Hood's other Sarsaparilla mod layer of sliced, cooked green tomatoes State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Dnyfona. .a
then two tablespoon of good vinegar -
r is the best winter medicine because I It J. P. V1N1NO, Manager.
O. BAST, Proprietor. and one of lemon extract..Bake.
E: purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood.It .
gives help just where help Is ncedoc with an upper crust.
It tones tho stomach, stimulates the l're\l'r\'t'-Takc' small even size: I'A ruT leA. .,
P The hotel fronts on the liver and arouses and sustains the kid. green tomatoes wash and 'cook In

wide sweep of bay(7 miles ney It wards off phoumonU, fevers, plenty! of water till the skin loosens. "
r'i ( ) In width),formed by the bronchitis, colds, coughs and the grip. then peel and drain. Make a sirup'ol GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA. ';

? ; Indian River, making It a the weight of tomatoes of white sugar Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River.

e a a f delightful summer resort Antnntn. and '1\, 'little water and add a sliced Rates $2.BO per day.: Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all i'
e ? ,yli o null ari rwii idpi m 7 Cvustant cool We used" to know 'twin r.ulllmn-ther. wn n.nt. lemon.Cook slowly until thick. boat landings and Railroad Depots. J. ATKINS LEE, Prop ;

i breezes from, the sea and room for OoulH Sweet Pickles.-Slice and lightly -Also..,..-Proprietor. ,o ttJ>oQhJ, S'Ytrt:5m\: : :\,urll',.W,. Va.
bay. Flowing sulphur 07 the varloua sign the poet loved 10 well toeing
map; 0'1'', apt Ings. Special summer about salt each layer of green tomatoes; let -
x t b rates. .tlf the rout and by the pumpkin and the numer stand overnight, then drain off all the 13AU GAI.I.n:.

v '. on other things julc Make a pickle of three pints ol ,
To which the rural memory rnrever fondly cllngiDy ,
the purple leave and gol.lcn itrewn to rustle vinegar to two' pints of sugar, with
at your feet,,, spices to suit, and pour over the tomatoes -
Titusvillo Boarding Houses. A. you felt tho frosty tingle with an etctaty com boiling hot Next day drain and Hotel Granada

nut them plute.things, sro now unheeded. Fall's the lea heat again and pour over as before, repeating '. EAU, OALLIE. FLA. .

ion. don't you know for three days, and then seal.
IRS. DEISNER'S HOUSE ; When the hat la In the window! and! the horn la lithe Chowchow No. 1.-One peck of green Half way down the East Coast, on the bank of Indian River. Best

Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies ihow. tomatoes, three onions, six green pep hunting and fishing point on the Const. Everything new. No mahtilu.
cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses' So sing a long of satins or a little lay of lace, pers. Chop fine and scald In their Juice. Large rooms good beds, plenty of oranges and a OUAKAXTHED TAHLE.

hotels and families supplied.BOURNIGHT'S Or tell equine of leatncrn grace trapping on parade will then drain. Scald three quarts of vine- $2.00 to $3.00 per day.' Special weekly rates. ..

Never mind the iiinlltfht and the shadows aa they] gar In which are two cups of sugar, I HALLECK WELLES: Proprietor NOEL A. MITCHELL, Clerk.
paw one small cup of ground mustard one
BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FLA. Out watch the gaudy glitter of electric light and tablespoonful each of cloves and allspice .

pas. and five tablespoonfuls of salt
Cpu the arid tianbark ttierc'e no foliage agleam; JKNSI3X.
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per das. You'll feel 1 no frorty tingle forthe pUce la warmed Put nil together and scald two or three 1
rates by week or month. -
Special by Mourn. minutes. In making chowchow one can I
C. BOUKNIGUT, Proprietor. So let in join In welcome to this time, with hearts ?
add to or take from any Ingredient to
-- When the hat Ig In the window and the hone la In suit the Individual taste. Chopped Al Fresco Hotel t

JACICSONVIIJLE.Merritt's the abow. cabbage ciifumbt-rB. n few pieces of II COUNTY. ,
-\\' slil ifton Star. horse radish and 111 few pieces of chopped ,

.., )art apples! will\ not only .Improve J. I.. JENSEN, Pinpiiclur.) '
ASUllECUItK FOR" CROUP. the flavor, but keep the vinegar free
Hotel Ratlibun t OLD.... from mold.Chowchow. New House; best accommodations nil tin E 1st Const! ; Inhlo; first-niass and J
CARLETON No. 2.-Chop fine green every convenli'iuw and comfort. Hot and .-..1.1 hates, ; tru> Twenty-live Ycar '14 Constant In the center of tho famous Plnvnprklubuctiou! ; clone to the Inlet; Fish and 'yOysters
tomatoes only salt slightly, add a largecup : In abiiiHluncu.
Trims moderate
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Use without n Failure. of brown sugar to two gallons\ of .
Don't Fall to Stop at tJc.'mlcnVhon VNItlnj' ? Indian ItUer.
Tho first indication of croup Is hoarse- the mixture and let ferment Keeping a
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. ness' and in a child subject to that disease weight, on It. as In cabbage. Do not use .--r- -_ 1

Family hotel; steam heat OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill it may be taken as a sure sign: of the brass or Irou or any metal In cooking WEST PALM UI'AO II. :
approach of an attack. Following this green tomnt ++R. Use earthern or porce- \
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered tor. Rates from hoarseness Is a peculiar rough cough. H lain.-Good ,nisckeoplng.June ,t I

$3 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month................. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given ""
as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or June of Clover I.nne. THE SEMINOLE WEJ.T PALM mUCH, FLA.
I C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. even after the Cl'OUPycough appeal's, I It Little I.iicy Jan.'.'bare fret ,
will prevent the attack. It is used In Wander through the meadowa awcet. .1
many thousands of homes in this broad ",er.'. htr house In Clover lane- Under NewjManngcment. Open the Yenr ;Hound. Excellence: of ,
land and never disappoints the anxious Happy little Lucy Jane! .
Cuisine a specialty; Rates *:!.riI) to M.IO: er il.iy.SEAOLK& ;
mothers. We have jet to learn of a single Little Lucy Jane'a blue eye |
e rritt's Hotel Placide. instance in which it has not proved Have the light of summer,iklea. '
effectual. No preparation cnn show such Slip learna longs of singing bird., nUH ll.1M, Proprietors. :i
., .', a record-twenty-five years' constant use Which she frames In golden,words.A .
without a failure. For sale by all drug- -- -
gists and medicine dealers. Hear her tlnfi:VTho sky la gray.Tornorrnw'll OAINI:SVJ I.I.I:. .
be a rainy day. J
There her home In Clover lane- k
The only first-class Hotel in the State conducted on the Europeanplan Happy little Lucy Janet
Lnigtxt: '/ nnd l h""t Hotel
only. Our 40 cts., Special Meals\ are the most liberal and Deceitful but Del|KI "What makes you think little Mrs In the honeysuckle croatcd JAINESVILLK:, FLORIDA..THOROUGHLY :#

popular served In the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. Jones has such delightful manners?" O'er the door and window pan
"Because 1 know she hates the very Dy the hands of Lucy Janel I .... OVERHAULED, RENOVATED....

CHAS.: COUCH, Resident Manager. sight of me yet I never call there that Of the bird In bUlb or tree. JNO. 1. IJOWEN

she doesn't make me believe she Is Of the worm and Of the,bee, .j;
charmed with the privilege of enter- Much knowa little Lucy Jane Manager, fonnirly "Placide," Jacksonville, Fla. ';
Of the cot In Clover lane! \ {
Free Press. .
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Travelers' Hotel
The She ran make IHe brown seeds grow
fMRS. 'Slumpril. Thrive and Into blossoms blow,
Call the presidents by name. A'S" '
Miss Poetlcus Soulful (Just finishingan '
R'lae.tOlittle Lucy Jane I
N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. i Inspired sonnet) .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. And aa the client shadows steal She ran milk the muley cow, DEPOTJFOU;
'* Athwart the day dead aky For her mother taught her how)
and feel Spell the very hot In ichoolj!'
In solitude I Ruse
Electrio Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Heaven watted like a-like aPunch.. Always nilndu the teachcr'l rule hide; Bartholomay's Rochester Beer l

THE BEST $2.00 PER'DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA Knows And where where awpetcitt partridge berrlea coveys bide.

tJ- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Story of a. Slave. Wise la little Lucy Jane, '
Of the cot In Clover lanel Fine Wines, Liquors' nnd CI llIli. ;4
To bo bound hand and foot for years -Our Uova and Clrla. ,
AIISltCIIANTH LUNCH 12 to 2 P. fll. 25 CUNTS. ;,
the chains of disease is the worst i
'JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite by Fos.A .
HOTEL OXFORD \ St. James Hotel. form of slavery. George.D. Williams, of The Shamming death In K10:; W, Buy ht. Jackconvllle. Floiida. -
fox will counterfeit a
Manchester, Mich., tells how such n\ -
slave was made free.. lie days: "Mj most extraordinary manner. It will
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and wife has been so helpless for five sometimes allow Itself to bu taken by
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas yean FOR SAJLJE2.
in bed and out ;
that she could not turn over alone. the brush or tall, flung upon 1
ant Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack-
stay. very After using two bottles of Electric Blt the ground and after some time jump

sonville. MRS. M. O. FINLEY. Propr. tors, she Is wonderfully" Improved and up and take to Its heel On one occasion Hotel with sevenCottaeesandlo1 a !
ablo to do her own work, 'l'hlslluprcme n man going to his work came upon

remedy for female diseases quickly cures n fox lying stretched out under Acres of Land. '
nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
West Bay and Cedar Streets, headache backache, fainting and dizzy\ some InishcH. Ho drew the creatureout
IESTMORELAND HOTEL I I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. spells. This miracle working medicine by the tall and swung) It to null fro .

Is a Godsend to weak, sickly, run-down and then throw It upon the ground, -C
people. Every bottle guaranteed; only but not n sign of life did It show. Ho
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- 50 cpnts. Sold by F. S. Cliaffec, drug then look the fox l"y; the'tall und swungIt _

ed this season, Fine cooking'and good table. Hot and Cold .water gist. over one shoulder, hanging his mattock p r Y

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All over the other und so trudged I R It ,'irr4
Docs It Pay To Buy Cheap.A along! the highway, The fox had shammed ''""% r"o e19bsM17 t r
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, The; and $1 a 'day. Rooms and death to admiration but the'mattock .

board cheap remedy for coughs and coldsIs rendered his present position Intolerable
$2.00 to $2.50 day.-
all but want something thatwill
right$ you for the point of It came
Mis. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. I relieve and emu the mote severe and '
against Ills ribs Po nt list ho gave a 1
throat and
== dangerous! results of lung
trouble. What shall you do? Go to a snap, or bite which penetrated the NI e i
ST. AUGUSTINE. warmer and more regular climate? Yes, flesh at the lower pnrt of the man's if' : # lll ltdi h'p3 p i w : tr "

If possible; If'not possible for you, then back and forced him Instantly to throw :1
either case take the only remedy that bin' load At first he could not Imagine t' Mid qt t
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. hall been Introduced in all civilized coun- what hud happened; but, looking round. a

tries with success In severe throat and be saw the fox which he had Imagined n. o

This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY.. It Is centrally located, near lung troubles, "Boscbeo's German Syr: to be dead, making off for the nearest rr '
It heals and stimulates t
not only .
up. .
Postofflce. Bank and Cathedral. thicket at the greatest possible
the tissues to destroy the germ disease, ;
Rooms, oOcta to $1.00 per day; $1.50; to $0.00 per week. inflammation ,
but allays causes easy expectoration .
r rT t ; k r
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager gives\ a good I night's rest, Jul Wnnlril to ('now. Ftr

and cures the patient. Try ONE bottle. Itobby-Are ,you lu the show busi yr
Recommended many years by all ding- '
)Ir. Wedder
The NEW ALGONQUIN HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, gluts in the world. Sample bottles at J. ness.Mr Welder (with eight children f ILnctited

FLORIDA P. Cooper's drug stoie, Cocoa, and FredS. Boll What made think
Why by. you
ChalTeu's drug store, TItusville, Fla. no.
so? of mllo sough' of EAU: GALLIE
ON THE,PLAZA... at SAIlNO.threi' quarter H ,
Itcward $100. Itobby-Oh, I heard papa tell Kate If PL.OK1IM. on the KMII; Oallle litter less than hull H mile from the
Under Most Centrally Located. $100. married she'd have whole
she a
New and Liberal Management. you '
fndiun Illver, end' l two nnil' a halt miles from the Ocenn 1 he property
Special attention to Tourist and Commercial travel. Grand view The readers of this paper will be menagerie to look after Itrooklyn
18 two hlln,1rNlmll1'8 Mouth of JHcksonylll, on the Florida East Coast
pleased to learn that there Is at least one Life
of Bay and Ocean from Verandas. The leading Open
dreaded disease that.'science has been .-_: Hallway, wllli the Kullroml Klutlun' mljoininj the properly. Buildings

year round. Rates $2 to $2.50 per day. able to cure in all Its stages::: and that Is lie Ought .o'ne Ostrelaed. erected in 180G!! und cone of them IIHVP never been ncciifilt-d, (the orlgnul .

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the If a young man ought to pay $'. :;.IJOO owner hnving! died/ H few months' utter( their comfiletlon ,; '1\
Ocean View Hotel. known to the medical kiss when lucre
cure about
Last,Two Years Manager only positive for telling a
The hotel.WHH opened for about two months prior 'to tho owner'sdeath "
Catarrh being a constitutional
::::::::: fraternity. was no kIlN, how much ought a young I
---------- disease, requires a constitutional\ 1 man to pay for telling about a kiss and |lies I not l been lined since All the" buildings were erected in '

HOTEL NOW OPEN treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure l I. t.akeoInternally when there wan a kiss?-New York the most IlIh"taoliol l manner nnd lire now in excellent condition. The j

MAGNOLIA, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. blood and,mucous acting surfaces directly of the upon system the, World. hotel and cnttnges are completely furnished, and very little of tho fur- ,
nature has [been used. There two artesian wells cisterns -
ever urn twenty
the foundation or t
112,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings last year, thereby destroying A Having Clam. ; .1
and $5,000 this season. Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold Water the disease, and giving the I patientitrength "Dr. Pocus, do you approve all these connected, with newer etc. "
Baths on each Uoor; also Private Baths added to several suites and by building up the constitutionand don't worry theories?" The property east the original l owner $18,000' and will be Bold at "a : ,

heating arrangements are among the improvements; making this assisting natuio have In doing much Its faith work.In "Well 1 always like to have my [patients acrlflce. Tho almve cut fairly represents the property.For ( I
,, popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped The proprietors that so offer One Indulge In a little healthy anilty pnrllculniH: apply. to or address. "
hotels In the South. Write for booklet. > Its Hundred curative Dollars powers for any case that It fallsto ? about (paying my bills.--Chicago ::1<:ZRA1111'011, lion. I), L. GAULDKN: WM. A. WARNOCK. 4

I PALMER & MAcDOWELL 1 roptletora.I cure. Send for Hut of testimonial. Itetord.t Caretaker on premUn Attorney for Ownor, Agent for Owner.

Address, F.J. CHENEY & CO.'foledo., Eau Onllle Florida Tltunvllle., Fla. Jamaica, N Y. ,

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HOTEL ABBEY St. George Street jySold by druggist, 75 cents Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Hall's Family>UI. are the best.WANTED of joy. Buckles Arnica Salve cure them, JOE FRETTINGOF I

Gates overlooking also Old running and Fever bores, Ulcer,
This located hotel near the City ,
delightfully {
SEVERAL PFRRON8 YOU Dig. lolls Felons Corns, Warts,Cuts, Burns,
old Fort Marion and the bay, now open for the season, under the Mnaxera ibis UU to r.,.. Bruiser, sccafd., Chapped Hand, Cbiblaln ALL KINDS I
Everett House Saratoga resent tau m their own aDd aurrouiujlufftountle Pile earth. Drive .
of the on
management of P. M. Snares, *. to > *. Kent cure e
Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to recklr. Desirable e ploymeentywitha'uousaal out> I'alos and Aches' Only ct.. s box; Executed at theADVOCATE
Fla. ipportunitiM. References xch*nge P. M. SUAREZ St Augustine, aeif.ed.lresaetl stamped envelop B, A. ftrlt, OFFICE.

the Everett House, Saratoga, Springs, N. Y., will be open June I, JWXX II CM: Caxton KulltUBK,U hloao. Druniat. PRINTING "


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r MR. ANDREWS' PROTEST school age in the county has an equal ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll c& Goldsmith
right and interest In the school fund Its ,
benefits and advantages. To give one
Editor Indian River Advocate school A fonr months' term, another five GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES Of All RiD

Kindly permit me through columns months and another six, Is, In my opin- ...Ln.-vvyors.; .. ,
of your popular paper to present a state ion and belief, unjust, unfair and undemocratic 'Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour patronage Solicited.

ment to,the people of Brevard county, distribution ,of tho public TITUSVILLE, -
who, by their votes placed me upon the fund- a direct discrimination against WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND \ FLORIDA.
County Board of Public Instruction.As the children of the short-term schools
the minutes of the last (December) and In favor of those of the) long term UNITED STATES COURTS.
_.. :C t
meeting of the Board have not, BO far, schools. E. L. ::se.: .. :S O

been published, and the public has no From the foregoing it will be seen thatI .
BEHJ. 1. JEROME.... knowledge of a protest then and there am not in sympathy with tlus methodsof Abstracts of f Title Groceries, Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer S aple & Fancy Groceries, Ji

made by me, I feel called upon to make the County Board of Public Instruc ., And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Gron
t State Representative PENNSYLVANIA an explanation concerning the "Financial tion. I am like a bump on a log.: Thousands Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive '
IRON WORKS CO., for Statement of Schools," published in the of dollars in school warrants'are In Furnished to lands In Brevard and.Dade the above line of goods.Lesley1. We invite your correspondence and solicit your I
the Sale of GLOBE GAS:: ENGINES, ADVOCATE of the 8th inst., and more bank to-day, drawing: interest at 10 per Very truly, E. L.,, BRADY & BRO., 'itusville patronaQ, PI
Urine and Stationary particularly in reference to the two war- cent per annum, and hundreds of dollars Counties. ,
rants drawn In 'favor of The Caxton that should be expended for the benefit -
Celling Agent; COL fAN ACETYLENE Company, of Chicago, for charts; one for of the schools are being paid out for -

\, GAS MACHINES. Safest Cheap. $300, and the other for $325.00.: Interest The methods pursued by the We have a large list of & :Mot:
cst and Best light for private dwell- I opposed the purchase of these charts Board In the past and recently reaffirmedIn < ow,Ce .-

: ..........._.1.'Jf! .!and stores. ... ..... ?.. by the School Board, not in a captiousor the purchase of another lot of charts
' dictatorial spirit, but from a conviction renders any other' condition impossible. L IfcT DS. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
{r For prices, catalogue and estimates, that such purchase was neither I am powerless to prevent the continuation -
iU/.1'M proper, judicious nor economical. This and of this condition.I Brandies Rums
u perpetuation Price Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Gins and Whlsllf
BENJ. W. JEROME, conviction is based upon the following am In a hopeless minority; I can do owned by ourselves and clients. I ,

,. Rockledge, Fla. facts: The first part of this year a Mr. nothing. Neltherargumenr, percept nor tot unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. -
Geo. Harrington, representing The Carton protest avail to effect a,change of method.
Company, of Chicago, made a proposition Therefore, to the people, who by their acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard and Pool Table
.TflE ANHEURER BUSCH to sell the Board fifty-eight combination ballots placed me In the position of member
.. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given; to
school charts ma
freight paid to
of the Board Pnbllo Instruction of
y&urorder. LOSLEY A MOTLOW
t orders. Cash must accompany Titusville
Titusville for the of in the
sum $1,1)00
Brevard County I return the trust unImpaired -
have few Residence Orange
Vii. Brewing Associations'Famous following form: He agreed to take the and unlmpeachod by tenderingmy WE a ,
old charts, now on hand, at their esti-
resignation, accompanied by this Grove and Pineapple Properties in de,
mated cost, in round numbers, for$1,000, statement, to the proper official at Talla INSURANCE.Protect Your '
1 St.LonU Kflg and Bottled Deer. the Board to deliver them in Titusville; hassee. R. N. ANDREWS. sirable locations. Prices Reasonable. FIRE
1 and In addition one warrant for $400 Cocoa, Fla., Dec. 11, lS00. Property Against

i Void by Mess. Ixmley Jfc Motlow, Titusville, Fla. payable May 1, 1001, with interest at 8 LXGEJTNcNG-: : in.cX. OYGLOI T
Uy)Ir. R.I.. Motlow,Cocoa, Fla. per cent per annum, the two warrants { TITUSVILLE 'S.
Bjr Mr.W.J.Tucker, Cocoa& Fort Pierce, Fla. aggregating '$800 and the old charts at Shad for the River of the East Co .t. 'OFFICES. r and MIAMI. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lt
$1,100, making the amount required Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JOSEPH ''ZAPF... $1,000 for the 58 charts. To convincethe Fish Commissioner Detwiler has4 secured Invest. Safe Deposit Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

Board that a very heavy discount a car load of shad from the De For Rates, Information, etc., call on. or address CIIAS. S. SCDUYLER
...Sole Agent. had been allowed, Mr. Harrington gave partment to be distributed in the fresh East Coast Meat MarketG. Titusville, ria.
the catalogue price "f these charts at water streams along the East Coast
$37. O each. I felt satisfied at once that Mr. Detwiler Is now making arrangements -
410 to 620, West ,Bay Street, the price.asked was exorbitant, so set to for the transportation of these fish F. DUREN, Agent. *
,. work to investigate and show It up. toFlorid.1. They will be delivered as
a:: SHJI
Through channels known to businessmen early as possible the spring. :.' ,
c 0c :
I made Inquiry, and, soon learned The following is an extract from the ...... -f
; these charts could be bought the open county commissioners proceedings held CI2. --
": market at a discount of 50 and 50 and 10
CANCER inDeLandf "The report of J. Y. Dot-
CURED at HOME <::t can always get when
off .. ,g a, you you use a Griffiraaor.
: per cent catalogue prices, making a wiler, fish commlsstone, was receivedand '
f j: I cost pi ice of (8.45 for each chart, or the approved and the Board endorsedhis = ., We,.have the finest stock of hlg;
58 charts for $480.38! net. These lures I endeavor to stock the, waters of the p.
tempered steel
; PAINLESS. submitted to the Board and verified them East Coast with the different varietiesof gradeflne Griffon raze,

f;;' Bellevlew Sanitarium, later by exhibiting a circular pricelistfrom food fish and each commissioner is =a that are guaranteed to be the best and mo
E. A. Howies reputable dealer in i hereby instructed to invegtigate the ::= : .
school in _. CI2 satisfactory made. Our stock of tinS
which the charts
't were proper waters In their respective district i t= .- VI
l lt' < quoted to any and all purchasers at $8. IO to be stocked, and make report at next p. -f cti: 5. It cutlery in table ware, pocket knives, razor
each, or $$.I((03: for the 58 charts; proving meeting of Board.-New Smyrna Breeze. -CI2 bTITUSVILL : G
:. 4 scissors and shears are the best manufa
ti J. NEAR & TAYLOR coucluRlvelr.that an acceptance FLORIDA. l .
.v Hanlngtou s proposition Involved the River j ( tuaed.
J r payment of $307) more for charts than if !
,.p t' ; Artesian WellCONTRACTORS bought At retail In the open market. r90

't i t;( :- c: } The old charts are left out of this calculation It is reported that in consequence of George Peeples.... JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
! his the of connection with ,
1 l entirely. Upon I showing theHoard difficulty making
'r' !?;t J.. f t"1 l lefused to entertain Mr. I1anlngt"n'lI Titusville trains, the steamboats will
out oibnon .Tinsmith
j1, r.f.t,,,, I .tl\.tlfA ,'), proposition, and the matter was make their headquarters at Rocklcdge) bulldinar, next .. TITUSVILLE' ; FLORIDA
f' J :-' :':J tau Gillie, Fla.JP. dropped, I thought for all time. this season. door to Carruthemr < _

On"Friday; Nov. 24th, Mr. Harrington lr.- George F. Miles, manager of theIndian WaguingtonAve.barber shop. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
t called unexpectedly at my place of busi, River.and B. B. I. N. Co., of St.: LOST
i t ness In Cocoa, and informed me that be : Augustine, passed through Titusville, Tinsraithlng, Roofing, Guttering
,> L. Turbyfill, was in the county to tube_up the chart yesterday afternoon, en route to Rock- and all kinds of repair 'work promptly

matter, and expressed himself as being ledge and Eau Gallle)) and said we may attended to. The profit and moreron SHOES."We .

J i very anxious to see Supt. J.,II. Sams. 'inform the ADVOCATE readers that he .Work from down the River solicited. offer several pairs most men's$3.50 -
Feed and Stables.
livery, lie also expressed a hope that when the 'would run his steamers from Rockledge
matter came' up before the board on the this winter. $4.00, and $5.00r sizes-7' 7$

{ first Monday In December, that I would BROS. and 9, now at. t .
[ I have some of the nest horses and MAINHARD
do falily by him and act for the best Opening of the Season at Kockledffe, ,

t i:; carriages; in this section of the country. Interest of the schools. I made him no --:- .JITST HALF
. promises 'or pledges, and he left the I ..
,, -Call and see me., Reasonable t fatell.i town on the northbound passenger trait; The Florida East Coast. Railway willbegin Cleaning and Dyeing
of the 25th, ostensibly for Titusville.On operating their trains' Into Rock- ...Send us yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS ,
r" P. L./TURBYFILL, ledge today when Hotel I$AZO. will open .
i Monday, Nov. '7th, I received the
for the season, thoroughly renovated and Establishment 12 Newnan St. Clothing Fla.
following letter through the mail. Chas. A. Gardner, 'Titusville,
I \; 'Wayncsyille, North Carolina. repainted.One cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed.
Ic' tsJanf J of the principal attractions for
I'c: SUPT. PUBLIC INHTHTUCTIOX: Northern visitors to Rockledge Is the orange JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
it Brevard County. ) groves, the beauty of which is justly JOHN R. WALKER,
I COURTKNAY FLA., Nov. 27,1899.Rev. celebrated throughout the State. Do
/ :' r.rhc Brewery R. N. Andrews, Cocoa, Fla. not fail to stop off there. Christmasand Furniture
1i_ Parlor.Soda
Dear Sir:-I met the other members of 7Millinery 'Ice Cream .
; 4UO West o.ySt_ Jacksonville, the board In Titusvillo on Saturday,'and "
FINEr had a conference with Mr. Harrington, Laying Cable New Years i? II Water
who made an offer which the Board will i i ,

I'' fines Liquors and ;V0igars I accept. As you wore not notified properly )fr, II. M. Holland, of the Western Buyers.. l jl. 1 and bottles.
Fount )
, : of the meeting, it was, therefore, Union Telegraph Co., Jacksonville, was Dry. Goods,
r Informal, or considered lnform.il.. In town on Wednesday. lie had been & Tobacco.Confectionery .
.*nbeusor-Busch Extra Palo on Draught. Have just received an elegant line of 1 !. Cigars
Yours with
i truly having a cable laid to connect
i Fine Cold Lunch Served Doily (Signed) J.\o. II. SA (S. Ormond, and was on his way to Palm figs, raisins, walnuts, filberts almonds, Notions, etc. : :
/ The best of :Service and a pleasant quiet 50 charts, 10 encyclopedias, 34 mapsof Beach to lay one to the Royal Poinciana pecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, ij.. etc.
sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. United and dried peaches, apricots and apples; also "Star Building' ;
: States WOI'ld.fOl1.73.No These cables do away with unsightly "
, "at the old stand. )
call attention to our candy, the best
you "
of charts.
til'W exchange poles and.wires on the grounds.
I, : To The Deaf. The maps and no exchange are conditions and purest in the market, is put up in Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail. orders receive prom!

I til'F ', I tfddod." CHURCH NOTICES. fine one pound boxes or the cheaper and careful attention. :Your*ioi business, JNO. R. WALKER.
.. grade in 30 pound pails. Can buy in any
: A rich lady, cured of her deafness and The Board met regularly on Monday; kinds of canned
quantity. All goods.
raoiiea In the head Dr. Nicholson's
Deo. 4th, and after the transaction of
stock nice and fresh A I.
' has receiveda Our Money
Archdeacon Brown just
Artificial Ear Drums, g sve $10,000 to his routine of business the chart matter
i, a 'Institute, so that deaf people unable to was presented by the secretary. It was check for $150 from the Church Building saved customers. GAY '
'procure the Ear Drums may have them merely a repetition of the above details. fund of New York, for the new John B. Massa,
$ '(roe. Address No. 1134, The Institute, Fifty charts, 10 encyclopedias and 34 church, St. Martins, Jupiter, which Is ,
the fourth church built and opened for 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.,
780 Eighth Avenue, New York N. Y. maps were offered the board for the sum
t of $017.73. After discussion a motionwas Divine worship within the space of 20 i

For Sale. made to accept Mr. Harrington's deacon.months in the jurisdiction of the Arch WM. KNAUER, PALATtfA;; FLORIDA. GROCERS

I proposition, andboQ a yea and nay vote
' 14 acres choice land, at Georgiana being taken, voted to accept, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold Divine Wholesale dealer in .
'fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, part.ly I I voted no; Mr. Gibbs having the deciding service at St. Johns church, Eau We make a Special Feature of our

} cultivated 1100.00. ; terms to suit. vote cast it for accepting the offer Gallle; on Sunday, the 17th inst. at 10:30: O.A. ::C .
Address, thus making a legal majority In favor 01the a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Morning sermon: Mail Order
COUKTLAND BUCKMAX, purchase of the charts. I at once "The Permanence and Triumph of the DepartmentKnowing
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.Pineapple requested the secietary to enter on the Divine Word;;' evening sermon, 'The Buy your candy from the Whole-

minutes of the meeting my protest fulness of time In which the Son of God sale Candy Ilouse. Call or how difficult it is In some localities to get GOOD GlWCERI
lIut'Suckers against the transaction, but I do not became tne Son of Man." CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them fill
'ancy Slips know that it was done, as no minutes write for prices. satisfai-tor,
f GKORQIANA The fourth quarterly promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be
{, for Sale.,7ltibakae have been published.- meeting of the-Georgiana and Melbourne Address: We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery Douse in East Florida, ana n a'
I make this
Egyptian-and Golden Queen without any personal statement feeling reluctantly whatever and, charge, will, D. V., be held in the M. E. Corner of Madison and Adams Sts., many articles not usually found in other and smaller housea.rr .
Redfi church on Sunday, Dec. 17. Love feast SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
a NPorto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and but It becomes my duty to place myself JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Spanish. Apply toMADUOCK exactly right before the people of the 10 a. m.; preaching 10:45: by Rev. L. L. -
) & MATTIIAMS, county to whom I am accountable for Fisher) presiding elder followed by sacramental -
,; "Palm Botch Pinery," my official acts. In opposing this pur. service The elder will also E. A. WADDELL
In the evening at.0:30. All are The Three Whys. ,
West Pulm Beach, Fla. chase of charts I do so because I see no preach
'it good reason why the Botud should pay invited to attend.
Miami and Dade
City -
!r r the Caxton Company the sum of f6::! .\l0) County
The Orlando Nurseries for appliances that can be bought forX485 For Sale-Eden Watermelon Seed WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
food when canbuy
) I need of two nets of charts with stale you
; son no Real
and Estate BureauA
'Oder for November December doUvfcry the Southern Home Mocking Bird
especially as charts me practically! \ useless between the
The Eden melon\ cross
15,000()) choice budded and Ib
orange 25!
? Food fresh every day at c per ; sent
l In of the schools and
a majority Rattlesnake and Kolb Gem Ships well.
., fruit trees are fouryoni old; sour
grape ; anywhere lOo extra to pay freight.
when used at al1al'e for
f' even largely; reference Favorite melon in Northern maiketn.
stock B.O'K( sure bearing lit
grange I I need Increasethe suffer from CHILLS & FEVER select list of-
r itreoH, Poach, Plum, Pearand Persimmon merely see no to Seed sold In any quanty.L. WHY
School Board Indebtedness when can get a bottle of
present you
4,. trees 25,000, all camphor leading trees and Imported best varieties seed. of over $3,500 at 10 per cent by adding/ 8p 10-17 Alleudale, S. C. Thomas' Chili and Fever Tonic, guaranteed I3tLy; Biscnyne Property; ,
fl\2.\(! .\\10 at the I to cure for 50o.
more same rate; ceo no II'
.", Everything carried by tlrst-class nursery. ,reaaonoreonsistenoy Inltlntlng teacher, WHY suffer from splitting IIEAD- : City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate,
AVilte for prices to
A llcuutit'iil and Valuable Home
salaries and infusing to purchase tanksor ACHE when bob
GEO. II. WniaiiT, you get a ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
General Orlando Nurseries.TITUSVILLE'S cisterns for water supply at many for Sale at a Uarguln, tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will
Manager schools, and then Issuing warrants for euro you in short order for lOo.II. for Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent; for

:: nccostioilosof questionable utility, doubtful At Mlcco. on Indian river, Fla., corn: R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. ARMOUR &; CO.Fertilizers. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
f: TRAINS. value and known exorbitant juices; slating; of 10} acres, a well built, two- LaVilla Pharmacy, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, i
1 I fall to see the wisdom of buying obsolete story house, 7 rooms; a two-storyatore Avenue D
," The following are the times of arrival ohniU, fake encyclopedias! and building, 18x32ft.:! handsome front lawn, JACKSONVILLE, TLA. ,
-;ani 1 departure of passenger trains to and cheap John maps at fancy prices, when shaded by palm trees; a :300 foot dock; --- ---

irui Titusvllle: every dollar should be devoted to securing 250: budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit W- Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto E. ILvdIIILvdIS: TX.: TITUSVILLE, FL01UDADEALEUIN
MOlTHDOl1t) good teachers, good books and good trees; too sour trees, ready to bud; the name-and-date slip panted upon ,
6 mt"dale TlUivllle&: tuterwedlateplants for Fort Lauilor. }I IMMMVM atJ:00 p.w school houses, the essentials necessaryto ,100 young nursery stock; artesian well; your paper or wrapper If you are In --

... from., JackHouvllle 300; .. maintain good schools; I see no reason 1,200 feet galvanized; pipe distributed arrears, please remit. r
u u::JO a why fourteen to sixteen thousand dollars over place; 1 acre woo NOKTnnOUSD.I.MssltusvlleforJneksouvUlo. per a Dim in of the people's money should ; 1\ few hundred Porto Rico pineapple -We 'want to draw the attention of '
and Interiuedlattt points 1(at ft:30a.m li::4'1 p.m bo insufllclent to meet all proper demands plants; railroad station on west our numerous readers along the East a:2C1:::) Dov
," ifor3auord TsWa.m ami need of the public schools of line of this place; tramway running to Coast and throughout the state in gen __ to
the county and have troublesome river front on the east, This place to be eral, to the advts. of the live and energetic 1t
a. l-a1111tetto Drug: Store Daytona. and harrasslog debt of thousands of appreciated must be seen. The very business men who are bidding fora
1 ... dollars hanging over us,caused by pledge handsomest place on the river. The share of your patronage In the columns = :.:)
i, Drag medicines, chemicals, fine toilet tog the people's money before It comes land U of the best bamm()ck. Orange of the ADVOCATE. If you are in need PQ
soaps, brushes, combs perfumery and Into the treasury; I fail to see right and trees nearly all la bearing now. of any particular line of goods, the pink
fancy toilet article In great variety.M. justice to having pet teachers pet schools Apply to D.L. OAULDKM, Atty., paper will tell you the best place to buy :!
Uu8TO2f, propr. I and favorite localities. Every child of THusvllle, Fla. them. Read the ads. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS,. BLACKSMITH0 E



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