Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00374
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 22, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00374
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS Circuit Court for Brevard Count; SAM: PERKINS Sanford Is Dyeing.Mrs. 4, Every Friday bargain day at Gard HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS. .

will open In Tltusvllle, next: : Monday ner's, Titusville.
H. T. Titus left.here, Wedne THE EAST COAST. -
Judge Minor S. Jones
presiding for Jacksonville.FOR CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH
And Topics of ,1eneral.lnterest. Where to stop along the East\ Coast.
Read the article "Mountain Tltusvllle' and look samples.
Gallery, ,
npoa WORK GO TC See list of hotels
D. McLaughlin killed a fine deer page
In the 4th .
Climbing on our page. Court-house. Mr. Willis E. Gerow of the Standard .
Dr. -
THE ADVOCATE, How would you like to be there? Dodson near Oil last Saturday at Olney. The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all ,
Co. was In town from Tuesd.yantn
In advance. -Mr. F. W. Miller has been appointed Hunters have been dally coming Into the beat hotels New York city.
$1.50 !
per annum, -Capt. Chas. TI. Hall, of New York, Wednesday.
$1.00) Biz: : months.h Is now filling In his time hauling In the postmaster at Rio, caused by the reslg Titusville with large strings of duck, Whore to stop In Tltusvllle? See Tltusvllle -
countries. nation of the former postmaster. NEPONSET AND PAROID ROOFING, quail, turkey squirrel etc, as well as
$2.00 per an. to foreign finny tribe at New Smyrna. Later be hotel ad on our 7th page
sale Eau
by XlEo.: F. PADDISON doer and boar and they the hunting
will Mr. F. B. of N. Y. say
to Palm Beach Smith Palmyra
go .
; four Inohes Gallle\ Fla.Mrs' this season has been excellent Lease and furniture of a good hotel ..;
writes that there are or
J52P" Reading notice ads are ten cents XMAS GOODS, LARGEST LINE EVER snow on us the streets of his town. II. J. Smith of Pompton Lake On Wednesday, Messrs. II. J. Shirley:'! for sale. See ad. on this page.

per line onthl, pace. brought; to Titusville. Something to N. J., writes us that she will leave for and J. T. Knox.of Tltusvllle, wont.bunt- Mr. Fred C. King chief clerk of the
Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes. suit all ages from Infant to grandpapa.You -Quite a large number 'of our East Rockledge t Ibis week. Ing a few miles west of town, and brought Royal 1'0Inol"l1ll'aim Beach Is expected -
will see them at the popular store Coast residents went to Jacksonville this home a fine buck doer, which tipped. the I south above the let of December.
.Gardner' makes 'special prices. Fri- of Walker & Co., Tltnsville.Mrs. week for the purpose of visiting the -Mrs. James E. Andrew. And two scales at 1110( lbs '

days. .. Geo.W.Scoble by Florida State Fair." children left here Friday last, for Eden, Robt. Singleton, while hunting on Hotel Alcazar's orchestra will arrive at i
.Judge$ 'MInot'S. Jones of this place.Is her daughter. Miss Merle who have beenon Full and complete line of fall and winter to spend several weeks Wednesday shot a bear which weighed St. Augustine In time for.Thanksglvlng. y

holding Circuit, Court at DeLand this a ten days' visit with Mrs. W. M. Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery eto. -Mr. and Mrs. C. Gardner of. Miami about 400-u n.. It was shot a short i 1 is. Professor Sloncker will be In charge.

week. Woodward at DeLand returned home Prices away down, quantity, the best at parsed through: here yesterday"' 'on their tanoo from Tltusvllle, to which place it Hotel Magnolia/ St. Augustine under

-Capt. J. O. Walton's house In South ou Monday much benefit ted by her Walker A Co'*., Titusville. way home from the North. on was view.Bear brought. In a wagon, where It was the management of Messrs Palmer

Titusville Is for rent,' furnished. Applyat outing. -Mr. Nolce Brl.tol.a regular winter -Miss Gillette of Milford Conn., was and deer steaks have been In order McDowell will probably open next week.

this office. -Capt. J. O. Walton who, Is now residing visitor to Indian River, whose residence a passenger on yesterday's southbound of late In this section Manager C W. Ripley Is expected ,

The Florida Agricultural College at at Brooklyn N. Y., was in Philadelphia Is at Ulllsdale N. Y., writes us that he train en route to Rockledg down from Marlon, lII" B., on the :,23rd .
last week, seeing to the Interest leaves for Rockledge this week. Our Stuart correspondent says: to got the College Arms, DeLand ready
Lake City, bas 'an ad on our 8th page. -Mr. T. A. Whltaker of Jacksonville, Morris Johns and T. W. Anderson went for business I
of his
This Is one of Florida's! leading educational self-looking tackle pulley block ICr! A first-class ticket over the Mai- was In town from Wednesday until out on the railroad draw, bridge-ui tow

Institutions and deserves the patronage italists which la thought a great deal of by cap. lory Line, Brunswick to New York and Thursday when he left for other points days ago looking for big fish, and your Messrs, Dunkle A CONK', the new host

of our people. In the Quaker city. return for sale, reasonable. south. correspondent thinks they were not disappointed of the Seaside Inn at toodall, near Day.

Attorneys Geo. M. Bobbins and D. -Mr.'' Leonard D. Fisk, of Hartford ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle, Fla. AN OAK ROCKER, CANE SEAT: FOR for they managed to get an tona, have opened the house and are saidto

J,. Oaulden left Tltusvllle\\ Monday for Conn., accompanied by Dr. A. O. Cook -Mrs. G. F. Duren, accompanied by 91.AO.\ Diners from 93.60/ () to SU i for net Introduction to a 375 pound jew llufi, be setting a fine table.

DeLand to be present at the fall term E. Y. Judd and two nurses arrived at her children and mother, Mrs. Feaster of 0, all Golden Oak at J. R. Walker which nearly pulled both of them over Manager/ Fred Sterry of Hotel Royal
which has been In St< Augustine In a private car this week. Co's Tltusvllle. board. After ttiMsellng with the monster Polnclana and
of the Cirpult Court who have been spending the past two A the Breakers, Palm Beach
session at that place this week. Mr. Fisk will spend about two weeks at month In Macon,' Ga., returned to Titus. for over an hour, they managed to land will be on Lake Worth In about a weekor
the Hotel Alcnzar before -Mrs. Wm. 'il. Merwln of Milford ]
proceeding far. It on the railroad dock. It measured as
vllle so to things order at the
Sunday. < get largesthotel
and fruit are requested I ther south he Is In bealth. Conn., was ; those who passed'
Vegetable growers as poor among follows ),uo/lh.6/ feet A Inches; girth, In the world < .
to take note of the ad. of Frith Elsewhere we have an ad. of the through' here yesterday, on her way to Q feet; weight :U7.1: pounds; spread of tall, ,
Brelsford who
& Co., commission merchants,of Nash- -Mr; here E. M. passed John B. Stetson University DeLand Rockledge for the winter. 21 Inches; depth of mouth 10 Inches; Mrs Green the housekeeper of Hotel

,,\ville.Tenn.\ on our 4th page. They are through Informed on Tuesday's southboundtrain This university well known to Flor- Next Thursday Is the day appointedFor expansion of gills, 15 Inches. This Is one Royal Potnolana, has arrived at Palm
that he had -
bidding for a share'of your fruit and vegetable us and by no Idians and should receive a liberal patronage Thanksgiving and! Manager Bant of of the largest ilsh over caught here. Bench with large number of servant, .
means given up Palm ; that : ,
shlpmeutL.Lord by our people.Deputy I to get the house In order for the coming
he bad merely rented a oottage at St. the Indian River hotel, says! he will feed Our West Palm Beach correspondent season' business.Mr. .

and Lad,. Newborough, of Augustine for his family because there Sheriff Edwards captured a all-comers upon turkey, etc. snys t f.

England who have been stopping at the were none to be had at Palm Beach. negro at O.teen on Monday who was -Miss Marie Patterson, who has beenat I A curious fish wet captured just beyond Fred Starry of Hot Springs Va., '.
Waldorf-Astoria New York for several wanted In Brevard on the charge I now bus the honor of being the !
-The Miami In command of oounty Miami for some time past visiting her the ocean pier Sunday the fish becoming manager
weeks, arrived at Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine Rifles of larceny. The negro's: name Is Mo e brother Attorney S. L, Patterson passed entangled In the nets spread for of the largest hotel In the world. Reference
by their Capt. Jas. T. Sanders passed through: Bowen and he turned to Sheriff Is made to the Royal Polnolana at
Monday accompanied tare Jacksonville was over through here Sunday last on her mackerel fishing./ It proved to be whatIs
Monday en route to wayto
servants. to attend the Florida State Fair. They Brown of Brevhrd. and taken to Tltusvllle Savannah, (ha. culled the Eagle Rays, known also by Palm Beach which, a* recently enlarged

Mental Solence Convention will the for trial-DeLand New the 111 sounding name of Devil Fish. It QOUtains over 1,200: rooms.
-The were met at Jacksonville
be held next week at Seabreeze commencing : bye squad the rallwal.ta.tlon t -Mr. Geo. W. Sooble arrived from GET OUR PRICES ON DRY GOODS measured fourteen foot across the disc Hotels Duval, Westmoreland and Win-
before elsewhere In the tallle
Thursday, Nov. 28tb. Delegates Infantry[ and escorted to their Armory from Fort Pierce yesterday to spend a We hold buying the down. city. and twenty-one feet In length The die, Jacksonville whose ads will be found ;

from all over the United State. on Bay street where they were madeas couple of days with his family and to prices slender; and whip-like. The weight of on our 7th page have been. doing a fine
J. R. WALKKH: Co. Titusville.
will be present. At the close of the convention comfortable as possible by Captain attend the Masonic lodge meeting this. the Ilsh was twelve hundred pounds, andit business of late. -When oomlng south,
the visiting delegates! will\ be Hartridge evening. On bill return south, the first -Mr. Henry Watkins Ellerson, a well- took ton men and six boats to bring please make a note of these hotels, who

taken on an excursion to Miami. of the week Mrs. Scoble and daughter known and genial resident of Richmond, Ills majesty to shore. The Eagle/ Kay are bidding for your patronage I, .
Dr. D.J. of New York and
DIBol ; will him they Va. after at the are Inhabitant of tropical and temperate
ttlss spending a day or so
Merle ,
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Moyer, of Miami Mrs. AVm. Jarvis of Cocoa, were pleas. going for a week'accompany visit with the family Indian[ River hotel,/Titusville, left yesterday seas, and the capture of one In these Manager A. L. Marsh, of Hotel Indian ,
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George ant callers at this office Friday .after. River who generally to spend "
on for water Is rare, consequently many visited manages
of Cashier O. S. Schuyler, at Jensen. other places south as far as
Marx of Jacksonville; week, as wellas noon. They came up Tltusvllle In the Miami.It. the beach to see the curious genius From Saturday until Monday with his ':"
enjoying sundry visit to the !State: Doctor's trim-looking launch Katherine, -Capt. A. J. Canova, of1' West Palm family at St. Augustine la making considerable '

Fair. Mrs. Moyer is sister of Mrs. Marx and returned home the same day the Beach, arrived at St. Augustine last Is rumored that Mr. and Mrs U. Improvements at the above hotel )

Who has been taking good care of her. at weather being delightful' for a trip on Saturday night in charge of a 05-foot/ M. Flagler will shortly leave Mamaron MARRIED AT VERO. which will open for the season on ,

the Marx residence at Springfield. Indian River "Dr. DIBol says It Is much steamer for me on Lake Worth. Capt. eck fur Kalelgh .V. U., where they will the 4th of January. .

Owing to the serious Illness of Mr. better cruising' Indian River In the Canova buiirded the steamer on Sunday visit Colonel and Mrs. Thomas ! winter than In New York lathe and started for Lake Worth. and from there to Palm Beach for the
staying city morning go / the bride's, father In Vero Fla., Mr. N.
Cl: A. Bacon of "No. 0, Ormond n., Mrs. N, f.. Ward formerly Hotel
with the vessel Mr. and will )
cold. Lie left Portland Me. winter. Mrs. Klagler probably
has been In Providence R. I., for sometime O.! Penny, of Nathan Flu, wait marriedto 1'IantdeJacksonville, says) "Please send
the latter of October Mod has been be at Palm Beach In a few days.''
part MI". .UubylS. GIlTord J. K. Leather
past, Mrs. Bacon left Ormond last -At the time of the big freeze the ; me the pink paper to Hendersonvllle a*

week, for the north to attend her husband Bond Lumber Co., had a large stock of making At short times Journey. he hud It southward roughen ever -We are In receipt of a special 111 us. man, of Wabanso, performing the cere- I enjoy reading II very rnuoli. I feel that

in bis Illness. We hope ere this, orange box: material on hand. Since the Mince. pretty totted edition of the Miami Metropolis I ninny. 1[ keep In touch with my Florida friend q
he has fully recovered his health. fall of 1894 there has been little call for << the journey; but Tony Canova I I. no which III very creditable to Editor Tatum. The wedding was a very quiet one, when I: read the newsy ADVOOATB."

such material. This year the demand novice at bringing_launches south. This edition Is full of Illustration and : only the nearest relatives of the bride .
-The Kieei mmes Valley Gazette says of New York's of Miami\ wing present After the ceremony The attention of our readers north and
las begun a"alo-but In a much smaller ---Mr. II, O. Wood one nterosilng pieces news anent
that from south Is drawn to the "d. of Hotel Oakes
Mr. E.O. came
Morgan up breakfast was served 'and the bridal ,
degree of course. At last the old stock prominent attorney, whose offices are at 10 particular and hide County la general
Cow Creek last Friday and!?' returned on couple departed shortly afterward for Lire Oak, Fla., which Is now under the*
Sun and Is well worth the asked ,
has been worked off and they will soon 1111 Wall street was a pas enger on price '
his the railroad able of J. Russell
In new Mr.
Wednesday. opinion their future homo at Nathan. very management
have to begin the manufacture of 'heads' day' northbound train en route to Sea- for It-only 15 cents.
will never go to Fort Pierce there The bride Is the charming daughter of Moore, formerly of Palatka. Thl, hotel''
and 'sides' the few lIe
to meet demand. 'TIs a breeze to spend a days. was accompanied
Inducement for It to there Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider of Cincinnati has been renovated furnish
being no go DeLand by his wife children and t. T. GIlTord, one of Vero's pioneer set. thoroughly
good News.
lie think It will\ strike the open beachon sign.- maid who returning from a visit 0., arrived In Jacksonville on tiers, while the groom Is well known on ed and re-palnted It cater especially to

the northeast shore of Okeechobee -We are continually receiving letters Jubn, which were they enjoyed much Monday en route to Hobe Sound for the Indian River, and lit one of the most fin'terprl.lng commercial traveler, who will be well

and tbeu follow the timber belt southeasterly from people I on the East Coast of Florida and 10 were" on their to their very home at I. winter. They are really on their honey young men of the Banana treated by the new management. '
to Palm Beach and other parts of the United States, way moon trip to Florida, for this Is Mr. and liver sertlou.
831 5)t. Mark's avenue Brooklyn. N. Y., I Manager/ 8, Graham has a force of men '
winning\ to know if the steamers are gong Mrs. Holder's first trip South since their This couple have the best wishes
-Mr. W. Gordon Brown of Hobe stopping off at several place en route. busy' making Improvement In the appearance -
Sound and West Palm Beach, who has to run on the Indian River this season Mr. Hood( Informed us he had left his marriage In New. York, The present of their many lends.. Including the AD- of the Biscayne hotel, says the
If the canal :'11-.. Snider was a popular visitor
and.also company Is very VOOATB, for a lung life of happiness and
been on a few months' vacation. spent In friend, Mr. Michael J. Dady of Brooklyn Miami Metropolis. The Interior of the
the Coast where known
dead. In to the above to East' she was
reply .
north and In Canada questions In Havana and have tiosperlty. Is and
various cities pasited ; as we person utldlog being! repainted depora-
Mr. Geo. F. Miles\\ stated that be retired to her numerous friends as 'I r.. Kltnon. M B MVMMBI
Friday afternoon last, ally met Mr. Dady and have subscribers ed and the east also. An
- through here many piazza awn- 1,
from the of the canal Mr. Sulde,- palatial house-boar Buck
had with management cora- north who well acquainted >..th of Mr. Howard. additional
looking as If the trip agreed are ing Is being put up over the \
that Is I I. nearly ready usual .
two now further
his health and avoirdupois. He bad a pany years ago so, therefore with him It may be of Interest to say eye ,part of the piazza an that there will be
winter cruise.
glorious time among friends while away the only answer we can give at present.The that the Municipal Council of Havana recently Mi*. O. G. Howard, wife of Tltas-"' eating/ accommodation for a much lar

but his numerous East Coast friends are Halifax: : Journal. referring to a unanimously' voted to award Mr. Among some of those from the East 'Illu's' express agent/ who bad been III ter number of guest who may wish to

glad to see him back here. former townsman of Tltusvllle, says: 3adv-who, by the-way Is chairman ..f Coast who were seen In Jacksonville" this for several weeks died in Philadelphia avail themselves of the plea.ant days

-An ADVOCATE subscriber writes ns "Mr. U. Q. Haw lev, a former resident of the King's County Republican Commit week by our reporter. were : C. T. )lc- 0,0 Monday morning. :Mr. Howard and evening by sitting outside..

from Hobe Sound that Mrs. Chas. B. Seabreeze, whom our people will remem- 'tee of Brooklyn-the contract to' pave Carty and son, J. F. Woolen, E. L. eft here for the bedside of his wife on Mr. Leland Sterr of the 'amlI.

Jefferson has returned there for the winter ber went to Colorado two years ago: and the street of Havana and to provide the Brady, E. V. Blackman A. L..Hatch, Monday afternoon; but shortly) after be Bryn Mawr hotel near I'hll.del.pbla -
In mine with sewers at his reduced bid of II. Coachman James T Binders A. J.Poppell -
south with her was terribly Injured a explosion: : city lad left a tulram! was received here and assistant of the
having recently come the latter loosing his eyes and one arm, arrived In 910,91438.00: bill former bid having E. C. Dearborn A. W. But., ...aylog: Mr. Howard was dead. Mr. and Breaker: Palm manager
and Miss Carey
sister residence at, Ormond: Daytona, Wednesday. Mr Hawley Is been $11,433,80(1.0(1.( Mr. Dady has bound W. J. Nesbitt, Mrs. Botsford. R. M. :Ura. Howard were married only a few ntusvlll, Beach passed through Lake

Mr.two Jefferson being at their Is at Hobe Sound looking ID good health but says his heads lmselfto, , employ only Cuban. on this Smith, Geo. S. Adams, II. C. Milton K. months ago lo Sandford and deceased Worth to on Tuesday his hotel, en In route order to for the
expected get
still suffering from the effect of the great; work. For seven years Mr. Dady C. Grimes D. L. Hughes, A. Bennett, made many friends Tltusvlll daring
which winter travel which be
about Monday or Tuesday next Our explosion, and he desires to try. the. effectof tas been trying to get this contract and W. Gordon Brown, J. Brown George", C. the short time she resided here air.Howard' this, will enormous at
will winter Bench
be the close of his tour. Palm There will be
him llf and wife F v
air. the ADVOOATH congratulate C. Racey Geo. ,
the ,
ocean upon Floyd many friends extend sympathy
Hobe Sound a In the office staff this
correspondent says Is'pa a slight change
its SUOCCM. / I'Addlson. J. M. Dlxon: Jerome Feaster In the sad loss of him wife who was of i
boom of that favored Mr.
Inform the
and the ADVO-
people season Starry
and Mrs. T. A. Holder. Mr. and Mre.
spot are surely going to have an enJny4able Special Sale, Monday.j4ov. 25th. ABLUEIUBBOy!: :r< DROP IIEAD SEW. E.Mr.P. Porcher Vt. S.: Branolng, A. Faber a most genial and,tunny disposition., CATII&lUd the rolefar a. at present

time this winter. Mrs. C. B. offer- log' Machine, A years guarantee for mown-I* a* follow i Mr. A. R. Wood y
W. F. Mrs II. T Titus Mrs.
eon;who has a boat of friends north'and Everything In the Dry Goods line at 9M.50, at Walker A Co*., Tltusvllle. R. W.Armstrong Ooode CHURCH NOTICES.. room clerk formerly of the St. James

south, is said to be delighted to be on 'cost Remember. Monday only. :Mall hotel Jacksonville; Mr. (Jeo.n. Hopkins, ?

Indian River again. ,. orders received Monday, filled. at price at cashier Mr. C. W. Reeves, front clerk; 1
Great Kline's.Ftue .
given; home trade on that day. Indian Illrerlte., Attention. Archdeacon B. F. Brown wilt hold Mr. J, W. Simpson, night clerk; and Mr. I
VERNIS MARTIN'.CEHTER TABLES Jons R. WALKER A; CO.Titusville Divine service at the Eau Gallle church W. R. Wilson mall clerk. The Breaker

worth $10, our price $$.50. Fla. Bo,'* Suits made of the 'very latent on Sunday next at 10K... m. and 7 p. m. will be ready to receive guest on the f
J. R. WALKER: A Co. Tltnsville. I We have the largest stock of furniture .
... style material all size, for boys of In Brevard oounty. We meet all com. Service In the Presbyterian Church Slit of December

Photography, Picture' Frames seven to sixteen year* of age, t'.00. will petition. Our Dry Good. department I I. next Sunday: Preaching. at 11 a. m..

Stove Wood For Sale. and Mouldings. sell on Monday next for $2.98.Children's second to none We want your business and 7:13 p. m.J; Sunday school at 0:43:. a, Orange For Sale. 1' P

turee-plec suits, made ont because w* need It. We guarantee *atafacton m.; Christian Endeavor at 3:30 p. m.
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Leave your orders wood at Carr01rlltore Portrait, Landscape and Marine Photo of fine quality serge regular price -SA10, and pay all freight charge. 1,000 boxes choice Indian River orange .1-

TUnsville.! A. P. GBUBKK.Draylnar. 'graphs.. Portraits In all the latest styles. will sell on Monday next for $3.49.Men' usual Dent send that order to Chicago until Stove Wood for Sale. -alltrees Bright to Fancy. Prefer to sell on

Old picture copied and enlarged to any Bcreven Drawer,all.lzee. J. B. WALKER A Co.2t .
. you try a* ; at grove near Mime, Flit.,
/ size and finished in any style desired. price 73 cents, will sell on Monday next Tltnsvlll, FU. Leave your'order Iff stove wood wIths. Address, W. L. THOMAS, /
for 60 cents.Men' .
Florida view for sale. Work finishedfor O. VAWLAHDIHOHAW. Valdosta Ga
Half Hose fast black seamless
amateur at trad. price ,
Draylng or banting of all kinds promptly 7. M. TATLOB, regular. price IS cent per pair; will all ClothingAnnouncement..

attended to. Meets all train* Stove Tltusvllle, Fla. on Monday next three pair for 25: cent. For Sale or Kent, PnrnUlied. Empty Sugar and nice Harrela.

wood supplied. I Men' Madras Shirts, of the very latest -
take this method of to
ALrBaD HADLXT, Tltusvllle. I For Sale. styles and patt.rns.the best make la the resident of the Indian announcing River section An eight/ room house In a desirable For sale. Address,

I he United State, regular price $1.25; on and that having opened location on Rldgewood Av*., Dayton WALT A. Moons,
vicinity, an
Launch.for Sale at a D l1ralo. I The Cabin Launch Dawn, 32 feet long Monday next will Mil for 79 cent. entire and complete line of ClotblDIf.Geots' up Address, 8 George St., Charleston 8. C "
Mall orders promptly filled for any of L. M. :MUBBAT, o&'I32. '
draft 26 inches ah Furnishing Good and Shoe, at
i 7 feet beam drop
he above 4& Daytona FU.
80 foot, glass enclosed,naphtha launch i window forward, mahogany finished goods.JoLrtJ KLIXE.Tituavllle. Fort Pierce Via, we would respectfullyask Orange Wanted.

Orvtlle. Seven foot beam six horse i throughout, 7 hon power Alpo Vapor Fla. the public for'a share of patronage Cleaned .

engine, built by' Garf Engine A Power 'I' motor, speed nine mile per boar. In perfect when In need of 'anything In our Hoe, Dyed, Parties wishing to sell their orange,

Co., of Morris Heights, New York, guaranteed order. Used one season on the East and will guarantee satisfaction both In graded and packed lo first-claa manner s ,
to be In flrst-clas order; almost I. Coast of Florida. Reason for selling, 11 Ud Itch Steam Laundry. price and quality. We especially solicit Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dress delivered Tltusvllle wharf after Dee. i JI'

..... For terms,etc.. apply toPKTCK sudden death of owner. For price and nail orders, which will have our prompt a specialty.. Address , .st, address, stating cash price and DU...-
NEUWHC, further particular apply to Basket will leave office' of hern and careful attention HAM PKRKISS, bero' boxes to offer.

Or Tltnsvllkj. Fla. I IIODOSO B BOTH B:BO, Express Co., every Tnewtay morning. Respectfully, Magnolia Avenue and 6tb Street OBAIKIK-V ; p ,

w:.n. PKTKRS, Dayton Fla. tf Eau Gallle, Fla.;; I U.. W.. JovxrsAgt. HCXDBY A GowAKtyN.S P. O. Box 333.: Sanford Fla. 2t: .Car ADVOCATE, Tltnsvllle, Fla.

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lI I I'l- -last discharge recoiied to tOO eagv 01 / Maryland side were not tirougtit into TRUTH WINS. I IAn '
the bluff.Seizing1. action to cover the landing. la con. GRAVEL ROOFING I

, ffJ ft their advantage the Confederates <.%.....'01' Ut b lM: ., "T:",. i'V""IUuUQ Ull Appeal t*>the Common reuse of the 1'....- ,

I F pusbed the fighting ..n the Federal the field were faulty. In my judg Ito Meeta With Quick. :Response.
fN/tL awe left. Lieutenant Colonel Wlstar I ment." Read the Verdict.:
leading the Seventy-Brat Pennsylvania Baker's death threw the troops fate A low short months ago! we submitted GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS.

was shot down and Colonel Baker confusion by depriving them of a head to the Intelligent public,an article vailing
rushed forward to direct the line..PassIng Just at a trying tlmu. Ills conduct In attention to tbe discovery of an actual [WITH NO EXPENSE MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.

In front of the skirmishers to select rushing Into the enemy's. fire was Catarrh Cure. Skeptics there were plenty

ww AL ground for an advance be was Instantly brave or rash, according: to one's Idea owing to the many worthless preparations
offered in this country, nome
killed Confederate of the duty of a commander. It Is an heretofore
by a sharpshoot few of wblch' might relieve but none The Carder-Campbell
er. Baker's death left the command In axiom that one bad general Is better could euro this most distressing dlReone. Company

the hands of Colonel Cogswell who at than two good ones. As soon as Baker SNUFFLES, the GUARANTEED ,

I once put his own Ideas of the affair I fell the other colonels for a time acted CATAKRII CURE, reaches tbe very seat

Into practice. lIe ordered Colonel Dev each on his owa\book without concur) of this. disgusting disease and lemuvus! Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ens to march the Fifteenth Massachusetts of 'action. the cause, afford a gentle yet completeand

I to the extreme left, Intending.! If Buker was a United States senator positive cure. --Southern Selling Agents for-

overpowered by the Confederates from California lie bad declined a Numerous voluntary testimonials like

I massed there to cut his ,way through commission as brigadier general and! the. I following was troubles are received with Catarrh dally. In the WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRA VEt

by the left dank down the bluffs! to the had one as major general under,consld- did not seem to
throat, my physician and Deadening Felts. National
Potomac the shelter of Gorman's eratlon at.tbe time of his death. Congress know what to do for It, and seeing so ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains Paint

camp at Edward's Ferry. Devens car. called upon President Lincoln to much In the papers about!'SNUFFLES: : ," Works' Structural and Technical Paints.(

tied out the orders under fire and Justas Investigate the Ball's Bluff disaster TilE CATARRH CUBE I thought I

he !got a good line beyond the Pennsylvanians and when he declined to do so It appointed would try It, and I must say that It has DsRONDE'S "LYT ITE" COLD WATER PAINT.

there occurred one of those the-'famous Joint committee on already helped me so much that I feel I _

disastrous blunders so common to raw the conduct of the war with Instructions shall be perfectly cured. After using one -
_. I felt like a newperson.REV.O.W.
soldiers Two rresn companies or Colaeel ; to Investigate "tbe most atrocious box of Fla. HA1TUE BROS.:
. ;; : ONE HORROll OF WAR Cogswell's New, York regimentcame military murder In history." About this I cannot pralse"SNUFFLES" too much. .
up and formed on the left of Dev time General Stone came* under a cloudIn wonderful treatment for Catarrh.

I i h ens' line. At that moment an officer In a manner not connected with the Tbe It Is Bret a box gave me such relief as I 1240-1243 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

THE ARMY DISASTER AT BALL'S Confederate uniform showed himself battle of Oct. 21, but he was arrested have not had for years, and six 'boxes

BLUFF, OCT. 21, 1861. In front of the New Yorkers and with by order of the secretary of war and cured me, although I still keep a box on and Wine Merchants
shouts and gestures urged the Federals confined In Fort Lafayette; New York baud In ease I may catch cold. I shall always Liquor

harbor. lie was examined before the do my best to recommend it wher- ,
.fc Trtttlmit asp Tkat Cot Noble to charge Into the woods In front Some ever I can. M. E. BAXTER Malboro, Vt.I .

I Lives Adraiice of M....chn..tl. of the cool heads thought this was am using the sixth box of "SNUF -Oldest house in the 61 .-

t Hen Into VlrBlnlC. For Help atFlitbt merely a challenge to dare the Yankees FLES" and am surprised at the result.I .

I and at Panic. ; others', not knowing the enemy's am feeling better than I have for five Wholesale Distributors of Lemps'' St. Louis Beers
colors, took It for.an order and rushed years. The air passages are clean, thereIs
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head as
and as
discharge my
ahead. Some of the Fifteenth Massachusetts no ,
Ball's Bluff, carried away by enthusiasm a bell. This Is the only Catarrh medicine OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Va.. Oct. 21. that did me any good and I have tried a
also charged forward, until ordered J.CALDWELLEil'UoTexss.SNUFFLES send for Prices.
18111, It was number. !Sip-Call or
demonstratedthat back by Devens and his captains. The Is no ordinary remedy, buta
New Yorkers who went forward met a complete treatment which Is positively -- - -- --

slaughter/ a natural penA stinging fire from the enemy In the guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any di ..........................
woods and came back In a panic. Colonel form or stage when used according to
.+:: ,./ .Is'iiot the place Cogswell said that at this time he rectlons. There are no powders acids .

. Y T to give new sol- attempted to have the whole line or Inhalers, but a simple and pleasant 5..t IIMwwN 51 a', ".. .
$3.20 1:4.: Full
. dices lu first battle.lessons charge the enemy lodged In the hills Don't treatment delay for but men send, women for It and at once children.and : For uu.mi.s GrarAw, Quarts :

In front of his left, but the confusion
: Iti tlio Dull Ilun -' write full particulars as to your condition OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD .
among the troops did not admit of It. advice from
affair novices and he ordered a retreat to the pitiful and you will receive this special wonderful remedy

( fighting did( have chance a landing! under tho bluff l'he flat boat without the discoverer cost beyond\ the regular price'of Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey :

ws Instantly swamped by a rush of the remedy. .
, and scored little men upon It. Prepaid to any address on receipt of*1.

I, succesllea.I The Confederates followed tL'% retreating Address Dept. C 7 avoid all comment. When you get it and test It,jf it Is not return
I They gave up troops as far ns the edge.ofthe it CO.; 2330-32: Market St. Philadelphia. e it at our expense. and your$:l.ZO! will be cheerfully' .atlsfReto"'l ol the game at last with the feeling that bluff and potted them on the bank COLONEL E.: D. BAKER, TJ. B. V. ..._-- ..,--- a. good all any$. .OO goods in the market. We are close at band and can (tlTevnuanlclcflr
- delivery than distant linnnmi. We have been doing bnsinARH in ...
they had learned and
1. ; some things below. Two_companies_ of New York. [Killed >t Bill's' BIue.jcommittee WI'' this city-and at the same stand for UO yeara, and a* to our responsibilityaud W
I / could do better next time.C ers freshly landed), climbed the bluffto on tne conduct of the u war GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. reputation for houest dealing we refor you to any bank or merchant burn .
\; Four Federal regiments were under but '' or to the editor of this paper.
no charges wcre'preferr'ed againsthim.
, cover the retreat, and Colonel Dev 1-
fire at Bail's Bluff, but the brunt of the He SOLOMON & LEVI .
f 14' ens ordered his whole command to deploy was released after seven 8. LAND OFFICE. ,

I .I fighting and lOlls fell upon the Fifteenth for the samo purpose. These men months' Imprisonment and subsequently n. s. Chubb...... ...... ........."..".ReglMter. I928-I93O First Ave. P. O. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala. .
I Massachusetts .. ... .... :Recelv..r.Olllce. .
which U liublnsnn
opened W.
restored active
to service under General
skirmished until dark when those who at Gainesville,Florida NOTICE-We pay exprmui chnrRo to all point reached b? the "Bfrftthnrn Express .
the battle. On" Oct. :20 Colonel Charles[ Banks lu the west. After the war Company," hut to point*on lines of other expreiM compitnlcM:: we prepay only to iMtlntti
clung to the bunk were rushed by the where Southern Raprra Company trHnnferi to said other com puny. We cannot Hblp
:. Devens bad crossed the 1'otolnnc to the Confederates and he became noted as "Stone Pasha" In IT.B. 8ENA TORS.' O.O.IX Price.,for other goods on MppllcaUon.Mbea writing please mention this paper .
bluffs the captured.Vhen J. P.Tallaferro. ...... .. ........ ..,JaoVaonvllle..
on Virginia side Intending the the khedlve. .
Colonel Devens saw that the day was armyof 8. K. Mullory. ....... .......... .. ... ..Pensacola.U. . .
1'-:k to the, destroy army scouts a Confederate hud reported camp lay which clone lost i he told his mm to save them Stone's The Judgment responsibility of military for Ball's men Bluff upon B. CONGRESSMEN. ..........................

"' to the selves. Some jumped Into the river Robert W. D."ls.. ....................-..Palalka..
, river Pushing on toward Lees and was that he act.'d throughout the affair! .
swam to the Maryland side with 8. M. Spark-man..Tampa.. .
burg early'on the 21st Devens foundno under a misapprehension. He
r ; supposed -
their muskets ou their backs; others LEGISLATURE. o a: asw s s Z.t:: zvt & 0 0
enemy and placed his regiment In hid In the woods on the Virginia side that another Federal division was pushIng FLORIDA Beach.Senator.. w v ,
the concealment of the woods the Confederates back from the Potomac E..V. Dimick.1'alm
at Bull'sBlua'to
ir and stole across a day' or two after 1ltaulereon.; Fort fierce,.. .Representative. all ale w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
l Ifj await orders. Word came to the battle. south of Ball's Bluff and Gor
Many were shot while DEPARTMENT.
him from division man's South that the EXECUTIVE
headquarters that camp at Ferry
' s swimming to safety rIle: total loss of . .. ..... ......,...Ooveinor.
'I' : he would be re-enforced. The bluff In commander of the army wished him to Wm. 8.:iennlngl ..
r Baker's command was 49 killed 109 Jno. L Crawford.............Secretary of State.
..: rear of the position was very steep, wounded and 714 take Leesburg. a (point four miles Inland ."nines B. Whltluild... .. ... ..... ....Trmmurer.
i' I, and the only menus of transporting captured or missing.This from the battlefield of Ball's Bluff! Win. M Lamar. ......... .... .Attorney-General. FULL FULL
.< loss fell upon about 1,700 men W. N. Sheets...... ....Bunt.. Hutillo Instruction.H. .
troops to the danger point was by flat who crossed to the Virginia aide. Colonel and that there were no Confederates In E.McLIn.........Commissioner A grloulture.Alonro a
I 1- bouts. During the forenoon nomo Milsuchusetts . any force In that vicinity as his scouts O. Croom,.... . Comptroller.
Evans' : ::: ;
Confederate force nlao J.Clifford R, Foster,..;. Artliitant-Oeneml. k
,II' companies which had been numbered about 1,700 and lost 148 killed truthfully reported. But the Confederates John Bradford ... ... ....,".8urvej..rleiieral.. EXPRESS q EXPRESS
... ....... ........ State Chemist. .
: left north of the river crossed and Join. slid could move on shorter lines. They R.E. Kose ..
wounded. Florida.SUPREME PREPAID
Offices .at Tallahassee. PREPAID
t' ed the ndvnnce, and these were the Bails Bluff aroused more indignation fooled Stone's subordinate Gorman at
: only Federals. south .of the river when Edward's Ferry and Ignorance or negligence COURT JUDGES .
the Confederates throughout the country than Bull perhaps both led to the disas- M. H. M.ihry..?........ .... ....Chief Justice.
appeared In front Run Colonel Baker was alternately 1'. H. Carter........... ... .. A.*oolat. Justice.
I, I and attacked the skirmishers. This glorified a's a martyr and criticised asa ter at Ball's[ Bluff Baker had discretion' n.F.Taylor............. ... .... " $420I
In his orders from Stone to call .erg ..a.M
: was about midday. Seeing no help In
military failure. He did not cross RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H. .
.Ight. Colonel Devens formed his line the Potomac to see what Deveus bad Devens back from the Virginia shore F. Day. chairman. .....,..........Gainesville.J. I f 6pts
I, for battle and was able to resist the or re-enforce him there and fight. He L. Morgan... ... ... ... .............Jasper. E' . .
to, contend with before ordering his chose to fight. GEORGE L. KILUXR.White's J.M.Hnan... ........... .......Klmlnini**.
I vigorous attempts of the Confederates brigade to go over and! fight. Similar John L.Neeley,Jr., clerk..............Arcadia.Heauquarters .
, to turn his flank and cut him off from negligence In Sooth Africa 'cost. the and oflloes at Tallahassee Fla. / IDoz.DfLIVERCD I.

I I', the bon landing. British many disasters Cream Vermifuge removes the CIRCUIT COURT. .
unhealthy tissue which worms
I Colonel Devens' regiment formed Colonel Cogswell stayed with his men thrive; It brings and upon quickly, a heUHhy Minor S.Jones TltusTille.......Circuit.1 ml ice. #" + C FOf R$9c&9'
Orlando. .Prosecuting Attorney
part ofthe brigade of Colonel E. D. J.I> Beggs
on the Virginia bunk' and was captur. ; condition of body, where worms cannot Term-Fourth Monday April. '
I Baker which belonged to General C. ed. In his ,olllclal report he Indirectly exist. Price :35 cents. Wilson A Son. Fall form-Fourth Monday November. $ I2S9Ageuttt
, r. Stone's division, having headquarters I
placed the blame for the disaster upon BREVARD COUNTY COURT. '
: Proverb.
at roolenvllle. lid., about five Baker. He sold that the transportation Tboae reliable A.D. .. .County -.1'
Z miles back from Ball's Bluff. Gor ""'''lIi yv TralU of. Bill Don't AnUrewe..Prosecuting Attorney,
of' the river ye James K,
I man's brlga'd of Stone's division lay troops across There was badly know tie! barkio dog never bites" A. A. Stewart..... .:: ::... .. .County clerk: i for the Pabst Brewing Co.
organized. and .
were no guards Spring Term- flooond Monday In May.
r at Edward's Ferry, five\ miles down the no detailed crew. for the boats. The """... Mike, you know dat and Ii Bummer Term-Second Monday In August. ----
j Fotor\)ae. The main Confederate force utilized know It but does dv dog know'ltr- Fall Term-Second Monday In November.
boats were not ; to their full Winter Tenu-Second Monday In February. PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY.
;.. In the vicinity was In front of Gorman earwtoltv. and cannon at liand on tun Cincinnati Knqulrwr.Horblne : .
I 1 and Its commander. Colonel N. G. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .
i Evans, withdrew all his troops save -- -- sweetens the breath, brightens E. Mlms, Superintendent........Don.yent"re. Turnouts of all descriptions I I SADDLE HORSES,

I one regiment from Gorman's front and the eyes and clears the complexion with. R.Members N.Andrew J.M.,Cocoa DlxonchairmanTUusvllle; C.P. i'latta, Fort Pleroa.; ,a.
I marched to Ball's Bluff. General Stone Women Dread out the slightest III effects whatever, and COMMISSIONERS.J. : BAGGAGE Transfer,
insures the natural bloom of health. B. COUNTY
I on hearing of Devens' engagement ordered e R. Wilson Son. Price 00 cents. Walker chairman TltusTllle; John R.Mlot TRAPS, H.1UMNG, Eta
i, Colonel Baker" either to retire the The disfiguration caused by skin disease, Indlnnola' A. Conkllng Tlllman;John
The thirty-second annual ,report of O. Jones, Woodley; J.: Frank Hell, WhiteCity.) : I
t Massachusetts men or send the re even more than the tormenting Irritation each SJJRKEYS WILKINSON
the Massachusetts bureau of statistics :Regular sessions. are held lint Monday In r- (I Wm. ,
'p, malnder of his brigade across the river which la so commonly aaaociated: month.

;i., to support Biker immediately ordered with it. The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden contains some Interesting Information BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.

i the Twentieth Massachusetts the For. Medical Discoverygenerally about'strikes and difficulties >n that .D.Penney, t1 :' .' County Judge.
results Ja*.E. Andrew. TitiiHTillei.;i. ::. .. Pro Att'y.A. .
ty-second New York (Tammany regiment state during the year 1000. Of the .A. Stewart, Tltuiuille.... .. ...County Clor VICTORIAS Pablo Beach, Fla.
, ) and his own .Seventy-Orel Peuuylvanla +, ,in a completecure whole number-ISO-10 were occasionedby t F. Wooten.Cocoa .. ...:...:.Tax Assessor.: -
of eczema, W. Hall.Tltusvllle I .. ::.... :.Taz Collector. --- ---
I, (California regiment) to cross pimple., eruption questions relating to hours of labor F. H. B iy.,Tltusvllle... ..... .. .....Treasurer..
\ the river and went over in person to dl and other forms alone; 28, hours of labor and wages! J.R.O.10:.Fries Mlms,,Teuevllle.County Honaventure... .. Snpt.Pnb.Surveyor.Inst. ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.

I 4 rect the movement. f of disease which taken together; 00 related[ to wages J.P. Brown TltnjiTllle/ ...... .........Sheriff.
, The fresh troops tolled slowly across have their cause T.J.Cocksbutt,ijiOranKS.Reltratlon; Officer I r J
alone the remaining 01 being occasioned
on the flatboat and up the steep mud f in an impure con- TtTOSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL. Barr
dition of blood. by a variety of FIfty-tbrW /
bluff. the causes. J.M.Dixon,mayor' R. E. marshal f r
dy Baker reached the front at 2 :::.lr.J.r.l; r ?
;1 "Golden Medical succeeded 10 partially succeeded S3: and tax collector .S. l and
o'clock without any men. but was soon Discovery*. absolutely ' Henry, tax 'asueasori John R,
joined by one battalion of the Penn- the I were compromised satisfactorily ad. Walker.rJ..J .Morgan" 0. F.Dome, S. (i. VanlandlnRham -

i sylvanlans and a detachment of the blood of purges humors : Justed. 71 failed and 4 were pending at The council meat and J.first L. Tuesday Carruther in.each councilmen month.

Twentieth Massachusetts. The Mansa- and poisons and the close of the year, while with reference T1TU8VIIXK BOARD OF TRADE.
chusetts men held the of the line. so cures the cutaneous
right to 0 the result of the contest was 3.M.Dixon treasurer .
O. M.Robbins,president;
diseases "
Next on the left were two howitzers not stated. Expressed In percentage J. O. Salt, secretary. Meet. second y'*--"-
and on their left the Pennsylvanlans. .1 I. which bad blood neaday.* night In,each month at their roo..... ry
breeds and feeds. per cent of the> contests terminated
A six pounder held the extreme left. FREE: AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
I: I .
There is no alcohol successfully for the employees. :JV2JI,
; Before the fight opened Colonel Cogs + ;,' In the"Golden Indian River tadgo, No.' M,hold its meeting
. well reached the line with:'part of the Medical Discov per cent succeeded partially 13.23: I percent the,second and fourth Friday. evenings of .each
month,at their lodge room near court house,
j: Forty-second ]New York. lie pointed t 1 ery" and it i i. entirely were compromised 7.41 per cent at t Sri o'clock p. ui. Geo.W.Sooble, W. M.t,

I out tho weakness of the left flunk to 11 free from were satisfactorily adjusted. 39.13 percent F.Morgan,Sec')., ;. "i

,'t 'Baker' but no attention was paid to L6n opium cocaine failed. 2.12 per cent were pendingat : ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. rs.a ti-rr

,k, 'his words. The Confederates In front and all other nar the close of the year, and In 4.7(1 percent Friendship' Chapter,No. II,hold It* meeting

\ of Baker's l left were posted on high,. cotics.r'w. of the cases the result was nit nras In the Tuesday Maaoulo In ....r.'moata.,at3 Tltuville.:)0o'clock: on p. ni.i the

ground screened by woods I In a few ecvema" ** troubledwith from the stated. There was more. trouble the and the third following.,b month at TUMI:

"' minutes after Colonel Cogswell uttered crown write of Mra.my Ella head Quick to ,the of Car sole City at my, TuseolaCo. feet. boot and shoe Industry tbllu 10 any other o'clock the Ind...p..:w.Mr The*.C. 8.ftehuylar are, worthy the officers matron of; "1J

. his warning thul'lgbtb1rglnhl., under Mich. ,"CouMTuot walk at tlmra. Hr.R. H. Wilaon.ewvrthy patron; Mrs. F. 8.
nor wear trade, the number" of strikes b*>-
associate matron i A. Alorvta.It ,
Colonel Eppa Ilunton. opened fire from my ._.. Thought there waa no help for meat rtaJTee .
Mimi, Mm.leo
least the doctor said there was none I wentto Ing 40. arnrer; Mia secretary;
linker's .,. .
that point upon artillery. At see friend. at Christmas time sad thereheard ( M. Robblna.condurtieKs; ) B. R. Wllt
'j the Brut volley every inno at the Federal of the KIXM! that Dr. Pierce', Golden Med. *>Q. aaaorlaM cttniinctreita, Mm.J. B. Screen
t leal Discovery had doue for them, and wu* To the Public. Allah i Mr*. John R. Walker Ruth; Mrs. F. A.I i
guns wan shot down. So furious EstherSirs. O. W. Retie, MarthaiMrs. !
advimd to try it at once. For tar that 1 might "
I was this ride tire that only threeehU'es neglect it my friends sent to the village and Allow me to say a few word In. praise T. T. W.6ioret Marshal; Mm.. W JLWoodward
fired from the got a battle and made me promise that I wouldtake of Chamberlain's Cough Remed,. I bad Electa.Secure .
were cannon It. I had "been ge all the rime. a very severe cough and cold and feared
after the VIrglnlans cot to work. As 1 touk thirteen bottle* 11h': 'OoMen Medical I would get but after taking your reservations over the
Discovery'and tea viats of Dr Pierce' Pleasant
" .fast as the gunners fell their places Pelleta, and need the All Healing"'".I....' whichmade the second don of this medicine) I felt Clyda Line at the ADVOCATE office, Tltnsvllle. -
hvere tiled by officer, and during the a complete CD.... It waa slow nut..*.. I better three bottles of cured my cold e

!heat of the tight Colonel Cogswell and was"t would l the.say medicine to all rbn about read elM' this months Try Dt, and the pains In my chest disappeared Fine Job
I Colonel William Lee of the Twentieth Pierce'a UoUlen MeilKal. UUcovery before" .....' entirely. I am most respectfully yours irrWe would esteem the favor If onr Work Quickly Executed
lug time and ," readers when writing or calling I
t :Massachusetts as well as the aids on money for health Ralph S. Meyers, 84 Thlrty- upon
J Baker's staff took a hanU at serving Dr. ii'tercq's Pleasant Pellets assist UM seventh St. Wheeling W. Va. For sale our advertisers to purchase merchandise,
action ttt the "Discovery." all and medicine etc. would mention the ADVOCATED
3h.Qgun0. One pt .the howitzers on It* by druggists dealers. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.



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Professional Cards. Dartmouth' Tribute to Wetster. "

Rhemaiism The oue bundu-dth unul\e.rsnry of The .CIango of FINE FLOWER BEDS. dw"! -

EO. M. BOBBINS* the graduation of Daniel Webster from :,
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G Sew and I'I..n.lI"r toil" tn lb.Aernnueateul ,1 h
Dimmou'h college dug Just been celebrated LifeIs of 1..1.
AND Rheumatic the cries of protest y' There's'no
and distress front tortured muscles, aching In au elaborate uiuuner by his the most important period in a wo Com\1Il'Ut1t11l nu tin dull'tiling niul reflection so

AT-LAW. joints sod excited nerves. The blood ha alma uiuter. Hundreds of the college's man'a exlhteneo Owing to modern original dower lads of Hit I'nn-\ml'I'I. "t j

Will practice In State and. United State been poisoned by the accumulation of aluuml from all parts! of the country methods of living/ not one woman iu can esposittou( | I.. It. I'lvice says In dainty, no light so '

Court. waste matter in the system, and can no took part In the celebration In honor of thousand approaches this perfectlynatural Ohio riirniet: charming: as the

longer supply the pure and' health sustaining change without experiencinga A circuit) tx,,l of Ki'ianliium twentyfour t i mellow glow that I
Its most Illustrious The Breakers and
Office at son.
TifusviLLK FLA. train of very annoying; Home-
The whole
they require. system feet In diameter 'nct'd much comes from l
feels the effect of this acid poison ; and Included many men of national prominence times painful symptoms.Those .
flashes, sendingthe attention l> the tlo'pi11<'tllo.l. of plant '
dreadful hot y
not until the blood has been purified and some of- them, such us Chief 1
D.OAULtJEN, brought back to a healthy conehtion will bloodll\lrJeLnlZ' to the heart until it Ing. Tho dlfiVrcut varieties were planted CORDOVAWax ,
the aches and cease. Justice Fuller and Senator Hoar not seems ready to burst, and the faint In segments like cuts of cliot'He. '.1 ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mrs. James Kr pains'1, at 707 Ninth streets N. R, Dartmouth men. The exercises were feeling that follows, sometimes with There were eight wgnmitH and Ih'l' >arletlcH ,, Candles ..". ..
Will practice In all the Courts of the State Washington D. C, writes aa ".| 'A lev; made up of athletic contests, u unique chills aa if the heart were going to three kinds holng dnplliatfd lit f I
ot Florida, and the United Status Conrts. month ago I had nn attach" of bUotie Rheutiam for good are symptoms of a dimJBITIUB r {o'il '
i. U Box 238. TITUBY1U.E FLA. in its wont. form The procession of students In the costumesof stop opposite tu'irnwuts.! The plniitH the PmpaVffod In many in.or tint
.... intense that I to harmonaa with *vrIn y
pain became Webster's day and the dedication of white as well as others, Were In !good romdtup dlnlni S
Money to Loan. 18.F. completely proatrated -
The attack was anunuauallv an administration building known an. health and fort, with ahundnnt I>loomanl b..ionmf..r lhIl.SSold 'j
.. Severe.one and e..rywl.r.. Mad by
doubt the selection of varieties
no !
J. WEBB my condition was regarded Webster ball The cornerstone of STANDARD
aa being very d..ugrr- was designed/ to IM the bent, poHNllile.
e oua I was attended by this building was laid by Samuel Appleton OIL CO. ; \
of able doc. a' } Thearlotlcs (we the ('lit'l'rl': ((11
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. one the moot the ouly living grandson of '
tora In Wanhinfctou.who laalnoa J.a Ka\orlte the double white; (:'J!) Mrs.PLAN j
Will practice in the Courts of the; 7th member of the faculty Daniel Webster. on r \
Circuit. Taxes for non-resident of a teadintf medicalcollege + r- C I
he-re lie told me The celebration recalled mnny Inter
and rents and accounts collected. to continue hla 'preacrlptlona and almost features of 1y 1tt1lf -- - -- 1
and I would:net well. After naving l> nlle eating forgotten *' \ -Some of our dO\'ln'I'lver renders have s i
Trrcayii.i.K:, ., FKORIDA. twelve without the allghtei Webster's career at Dartmouth. WhileIn sh ,, : 40t. .
Benefit I id''I.' to Jb& treatment an :: ...:.'.:. forgotten the fact that this office la follyequipped t
longer. Having heard olS.a.9./s-Ut'aapeciac( ) college he edited the undergraduatepaper I "' '4; :.I.,\j .I ..'; l'1 to do all kinds of job printing. i

D. PENNEY recommended for Rheumatism, I decided;atmoi and made, at least two public iI.: .\1/,, lolr., .. .,. .0 _. ,.... Advertising: and job printing helps us to j I
A in despair however to give the mediclae a trial, ,. .o;
and after I had taken a few bottles I waa able ti< orations which were read at the commemoration \.1,1.1\.... ;. :.,.,. i','; publish a newspaper worthy of the East ,
hobble around on crutches, and very soon thereafter +,,\:.: } ..,....,.' :'Jr 2' Coast, and all we want Is a than of It. e ..j
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, had no use for them at all 8, S a hariDI exercises. Ills most Important a' t'r..:t' ,
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'Ff.S' -
cured me sound and well. All the dfatreaninpalna + v
TITtT8V1LL1I:. FLORIDA. have left me, my appetite haa return service to the college, however '. 'lblr
and I am happy ta be again, restored to perfec was,after bill graduation, the winning 'a JwaAeS.:
Will practice In all the courts of the 7thJudicial" health. I KIDNEY DISEASES .
great vegetable of toe famous case which Is known In

Circuit. and tonic i II the legal history of the country aa "the tau
ssSthe ideal in all I
remedy Dartmouth college case." The story Mr
of all
troubles a the most fatal .i
eLMMe arc
MORGAN A JONES are no opiates 01 Is of timely Interest: yes k i r,,, rl V e ,

minerals in it to disturb the digestion and In 1814/ Woodward McnUry and treasurer of Ma... NOBLB.gerous # fey 4 se} # eases.FO'LEY'S.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lead to ruinous habits. the corporation of Dartmouth collage, who was '
We have prepared a special book on removal from offlct by the trustees of that Imtltutlon nervous trouble. Those hot # Y'e 1F ttw. eA F }. | KIDNEY a j
Loans, Notary Public. Rheumatism which sufferer from refused to give up certain bucks, docu flashes lire just so many calls from r'Ip. } +i Rimed
every read. is menta and other property belonging! to the school. nature for help. The nerves are cry- f Guarantied 'I
this painful disease should It the
Collections Typewriting, Stenography. and book of The New Ilanipahlr legislature. In the rme year Ing out for assistance.The cry should ea ,j
most complete interesting altered. the colloge'a charter enlarged it. board time E. rinkham's #
heeded In Lydls
FLA. the kind in existence.: It will be sent free of trustees and under this change Woodward was Compound was prepared or money refunded. Contains
to any one desiring it. Write our pbysi reappolnt'd by the new bnard. A suit brought Vegetable the needs of woman's Or TWO NOVEL FLOWER IIEDti. emi
to meet remedies recognized by
A.' WOKLE.Y, clans fully and freely about your case. W. by the collcge'a old trustees for the recovery. ,01 period of her life. B. G. Hill single salmon; ((3) S. A, Nittt,
CEO. make no chare for medical advice. the property.. carrtud to the aupreme court 01 system at this trying weakened nervous double crimson; ((4k) Mrs. Francis IVrkins nent physicians as the best for q
J t builds the
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, flA. the United SlUen, and In IBID It was decided In up
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .their favor and against Woodward System, and enable a woman to pass a very superior double pink, and Kidney and Bladder troubles. .-
General practice In State and Federal ------ -- -- This roes one of the mOlt .,..Iebr.tedler that grand change triumphantly. (5) Athlete, a One vivid single scarlet.A and '.00.
Courts. All business entrusted will aettled by the aupreme court. In this suit It w.sdecided I was a very sick woman, caused : very showy aud llorlferous geranium
Rear Admiral Evans before the that Dartmouth vollege'a charter whichhad by Change of Life. I suffered with hot rod 11. It. WILHON & SON. .;
r receive attention. bed a In diameter, was of the
prompt Ekhley court of Inquiry denied that l lit> bees granted by George lit? back In 1708. spells. I was "
flushes; and fainting ------- - --- -----
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate more than half a dozen yon before! the Drol.tlon ...- variety Dryden It Is a single Dower,
'' head and .
WANTKI -B ral Peraona of character andToexl
had sold he "shot tits bow off thePluton afraid to go on the street my v
Miami. of Indcpendanre. was protected by that claute the petals being scarlet aud white In
troubled so. I watt entirely ( riiuutatlun In each 8tM(rte in thin county
MIAMI FLORIDA. raked the Vtacaya.' knock of the United Bute, constitution which forbids back mA E. rinkham's Vegetable about equal parts or stripes. I returned required) : l)ti rwpreannt ami aulvertlaa, oM eetatntahed r
any atata ttj do anything Impairing the obllgatlonaof cured by Lydia wealthy tiualnoaa Imnae nf anlld tlnannlul -
Admiral and
the blew
out Oquendo nIl] Mns JKNNIB NOULM three linen to have another look at .. ..
contracts Th. decision war rendered by Chip Compound. atamllnit. Halary SIX wm JAMES ANDREWS!. thi CrUtotinl, Colon. If It were not Justice Marshall, and It was concurred In by..reel 0010 Key set !tit.:: Germantown, I'u.' It. It was so striking and peculiar ALong a.IoIIIu"IOI..u from head|>.y..hllliu 011I..... Horn nui-li *unit..ihV oarrlHE..(lneailurillranit fur.nishad ;

for this explicit denial we might bavegone meniber" of the bench! except Duval. Many _Island_ _florist___ _ _had___ nn.__ oblong boil when neueanary Kefttrenrea. Lumina.
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW. on thinking Unit "Fighting Bob' times Once then the conclusions reached In 1810 -- of tho new scarlet geranium Pasteur OIl' ..i have been qurstloned. but they have alwaya been! '
jslain office and postoftlce address TITUS- was the July representative of the ....Ialned. directly or Indirectly. Daniel' Webster's . The Football Outlook. It Is a brilliant scarlet, of gigantic size C'.ton Itullding t.hl..o. aoallIO t

TILLR. 'Branch office at FORT PIERCE: United States present at :be Fourth of part In the caaa In favor of the original Now that tIle football season ball of truss and a very free bloomer.A -lob rtlnllnt(: of all kinds executed ':

Prosecuting' ( Attorney for Brevard Co. July celebration off Santiago. charter Institution was dictated iIlls plea largely In that by suit hla 1 gave affection him for a national his. again swung around ambulance surgeons very peculiar bed was a ,small oval at the ADvooATlG, .l1loe. Sondyourorder.; '

Notary Public State at Large. reputation! and gave tha college a place In and hospital attendants are preparing one of giant leafed, copper colored coIcus. r

Lord Kitchener has just Issued an United States history. for busy times. The contests The leaves were as large us large BANNER SALVED

E. FOSTER, army order which shows a most remarkable for the America's cup attracted much plantain leaves. The prevailing color the most healing..Iveln the world.
STEPHEN was copper, with dull markings of {
state of aQalrs In the British The Pan-American Congress. attention from tbe preliminary move Is what' :
lighter shades. In contrast with gaudycolors TIlE RAPID CALKEK every "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, forces In Afrl a. He state that he has The City of Mexico will for a time be ments of the various important teams around the bed was pleasing, yaothsman and boatbullder needs. For

SI row Building) learned that tbe ao called "flying col- tpe center of Interest In the commercial but now that the mooted question of and I have no doubt this strain of coleus sate by Jas. riltohard A Son\ Tltusvllle -

JACKSONVILLE. FLA. umns" are In the habit of carrying! with and l Industrial aa well as the political nautical supremacy Is disposed of t the will find a useful place In artistic Fla. Price *l and $8 each.

them beds stoves and even pianos and world, at least that part of the world : long haired, full armored fraternitywill planting of lawns.A Tho Indian Jtlver heal Estate :

forbids such practices ID the future large oval bed of caunns attractedmy '
known as the western hemisphere I Ii proceed Industriously to occupy
GEORGE W. ALLEN, the British unable i ; attention by the It was plant Agency Hun. for Sale
No wonder are to Here will meet the International con the center of the stage. way

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. catch the Dlmbl ._De Wet. ; ference of American republics. All but ,Prospects of strong teams In the colleges ed. It was In rows, gridiron fashion Unimproved lands-from $ .OO to 25.00 .II
diagonally across the bed, one kind (Iu "
KEY WEST '. .' FLORIDA. ilonduras and the Dominican Republic while not particularly brilliant. per acre.
For all fresh outs or wounds either on each row. This was a great Improve- ,
Will practice In the. United States have selected their representatives to may be considered bright and promis 10 acre orange grove near Tltusrllla.
the; human subject or on animals. IJal- ment over the concentric ring form, some trees homing, fHK)0.( () () :
and State Courts. 9jun95 ard's Snow Liniment Is excellent\ ; while this pun-American' congress, and It 10 ing. Princeton Harvard, the University where ao' exhibit of aeveral varieties I 0 acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle, ;.-1,

for corn-buskers' sprained wrists, barbed expected these will be appointed before of Pennsylvania nnd even that hot was made In one group The bed was with 10 acres of land, some bearing ,

T O. FRIES, C. E. wire! cuts and sores on working horses It the sessions begin. The conference will bed of pessimism Vnle have given out large enough ,to show twenty or more fOOOOU.Oranjte. i

cannot be too highly commended. Price' thus represent nineteen republics Including encouraging reports as to quantity, kinds. The arrangement Is shown In grove and pineapple farm at
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land 25 and 60 cents B. R. Wilson & Son.
Mlooo, BOO good bearing trees with 1 acre
that of the United States. and condition gridiron umte- tbe cut.I .
legally, surveyed and sub-divided. / shed for pines, good dwelling $ ,OOO.CI) ,
made from molasses am not sure but a geranium or co-
Mapping neatly done. Estimates 'for Whisky' waste This, the second congress of the kind rlul. Strong stuffs of coaches new on 80 acres of pine and hammock land for i.

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed of the sugar beet factories Is to compete cannot full to be of the blgLvnt Importance hand at all the large limtltntlonx.. inn I bus bed planted In this way would be oranges and pines on lt. It... south of ,

lines a specialty., with tbe Kentucky article. Undoubtedly to this continent If 'not Indeed to they are gradually sifting the wlieiil more pleasing as a change than alms l.'Ielmstian River, $800.00(

Brevard Co. FLORIDA. the sugar' beet whisky will la coucennlc foim. House and 42: acres of land, beautiful
TITUMViLLE! ,.* the whole world. Its thief object to from the chaff '
liver front, :V miles of Eau Uall o. $.><*).
add considerable color to tbe nasal all the Americas Into closer touch .
bring Western colleges are optimistic predicting
A NEW BASKET PLANT 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, riverfront
N. S. BURNHA.M M. D.!, sketches of the gentlemen who maintain with each other. Among the topkx, a successful year. The Unlvirsltlea at Georgians. |7GO. ",

a great thlist. which unquestionably will come up for of Chicago Michigan Wlneoimln A Tralllnir Flower For |.. Window Ap4 ly at once to "

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, suffering serious discussion are more Intlmntt and California lime- what they term, Neat V'ollmum nod I'rofuaai 11100... D. It. OAULI' Manager.

Ear Nose and Throat. Many \ from trade relations .between the Central "ufius'ually! strong 'teams." and! the Campanula I sop by I In mayll Is a new Tltusvllle Kla.Foley's ,'
indigestion: or dyspepsia when one single' trolling bellflower that seems admirably '
bottle of Ilerblne would about and South American states and the games already plaYI'd'evidence that :
bring and Tar ,
WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA. adapted for the window garden Honey ,
prompt and permanent cure. A few doses United States, promotion of the reciprocal there Is foundation for the ass tlon.
Ultra I New Yorker. It has neat bM/J
ays Puss and tbe cough.
------------ -- -- - --- will do more for a weak stomach than a Idea In commerce a more uniform Captains of the! college ..elevens thin mall ,
foliage, a slow, rambling growth --- --- - -- -
Price prolonged SO: cents.course of B.any R. Wilson other medicine& Son. system of reporting the presence and year are a particularly nlile, ejtpeil, anti Is a remarkably profuse bloomer. ,

YirginiaHomes development of contagious diseases In enced collection of athletes. HenryV, The flowers are saucer shaped and of a ,

the cHfr'erent countries, uniform customs I Pell of Princeton I i..* serving, his second. clear lavender blue Hundred of theca ""
The of the woodland In ,
appearance regulations Increased International term at the head of the Jersey men. attractive blooms open at a time on Always Fresh.Aw -

,You learn all about Virginia Lands many northern localities Indicates that and transcontinental railwaysand Last year's eleven. had 1 a disastrous. in plants small enough for a live Inch pot. UM Hast.

Ita resources J p) -oduots, mode of cultivation Jack Frost has begun bl.. annual autumnal telegraph lines the establishment reer bernuse of n lark of good material. presuming a continuous muss of colur.

prices, etc., by reading the task of painting things red. of a permanent court of arbitration and Pell however did splendid work and They are about two Inches across flail

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. the perfection of a uniform system of wee re-elected cnptnln by I lie unanimous last several days.
for 4 months subscription to the SpaiD' has shown Its Intention to become Tbu plant should be grown In a partially 1LIsr.
Farmer Co. Va. extradition. rote of bU team 11I11 11'1. Charley shaded and liken well dialu-
Emporla, an modernized as possible' by organizing place
The I'nn-Arnerlcan exposition at Duf Oon'd! of Yale was a prominent factor ed soil and an airy situation. During
: : a steel trust. of 73.000.0OO: (
HAVE yOU: SEEN TUB WALTON peseta falo has shown this country what a In placing last year's great K\l\ eleven hot and muggy weather the (plants Wider j\
*. told vtryxharo.
Rapid Calker If notoall at tbe store vast field for commercial activity Is on championship, bimls.: Dnve! Campbell glass lose most of their growth from ti liwl SMH| Annual ,...... I

of Jas.' Prltcbard & Son Tltusvllle. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble presented by the Central and South Is one of the greatest ends In tbe mildew, but at once start freely when .. M.flllT Cl,BITIOIT, MICH. 'r:
It Is that should he in the .
possession an of / boatbullder and and Don't Know it. American republics, and the pan-Atuer country. today and Harvard places entire removed to a shaded porch. '

yachtsman. Read every the testimonialsfrom Row.-To Find--Out. lean congiess will furnish an excellent .confidence In his ability to producea It Is still so stiiicv that It has not 1\

first-class boatbuilders.A opportunity for our representatives to winning aggregation/ of pigskin chas been tried much In an amateur way. -
Fill bottle common with
a or glass
your 'but there Is little doubt It will make an '
water and let It sand: twenty-four hours; a advance the Idea of closer and more ers. A DYSPEPTICIDE
Important addition to the few plants
sediment or set extended trade relations between our The University of Pennsylvania players
rvallf adapted to cool and half shaded .Th. ar..hae aid to o.r-.cr.rTloN.
fling unhealthy Indicates condition an selves and the other states of the continent bave the unique distinction of being windows. When grown In pots., It can

A Sample copy of one of the best farm of the kid If the discussions, shall resultIn without captain, but the t'08'b"r. are bv' staked up a foot or more high, but The Largest and Most Complete -

papers published, free, If you will send neys; If It stains the formulation of definite policies\ lupplylng the void. Captain Iterrlen of It thrives especially well/ when allowedto Establishment South.

r your linen It Is and agreement along the Hue abovesuggested. Columbia ban had trouble'In staying trail over the sides of a deep basket.
your name on a postal card, mentioning evidence of kid- Inophylla the specter from CEO. S. HACKER & SON
It would be difficult to overestimate on the team bvcnusvof delinquency In Campanula ;
this paper. frequent ney trouble desire: too to I the effect! the congress will studies but he hopes to continue* playng. which this new variety was dpl'l ed. Is ,

TUB!: PLOWHOT Co., I of the UniversityOf a native of Italy onli h. often grown on t tII
pass It or pain In iav* on the well being of the entire Jimmy Hhelityn ui
I -- sbjidy r mi:kerlvs. There Is a white form
the back Is also
Atlanta Ga. western world. Chicago combines brains with'dogged II
convincing:-proof that the kidneys and bladder determination and sturdl- that IM very popular, but It Is not sofre
are out of order. Jay physical III bloom as C. tsopbyllti uiuyll.flrTunl .
\. What to Do. Tbe serious Illness\ of Cooke at ness lit IM. a composite representation; r

-- -- There Is comfort In the knowledge 10oflen his summer home on Gibraltar Island of all that Is desirable. In a knight of (Ulalr d. sV>rrnlisa,

I BO YEARS' expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- near Sandasky. O.. recalls the /great hp moleskin.. Hilly Warner of Cornell The first season of the Ololre do Lorraine

i EXPERIENCE Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every panic of 1873.; Mr. Cooke la the sole le a brother jot (lieu 8. Warner, the famous begonia In this country It won

$f. wish back, in kidneys curing liver rheumatism bladder and, pain every In part the survivor of the group of money kings conch of the Carlisle; llidlaiteann quite a provoklrttr plant to the propa "

33 p of the urinary passage. It corrects InablW who were Involved In that rfjsnuter.: lit TI.lM rein tlon MI Ip resulted In the gator, who peeled to strike cutting

to hold water and scalding pain In passing- la still. however almost us rich as arranging! ; of n gaiix lietweeiv the limitntlotiM. ): In the winter tlniu and could get no "
"J. It, or bad effects following use of suitable wood. It docs nothing but -'I ;;;; "'-.JI
liquor, when
he wall at the zenith of his pros the fret, Iu "e nul year .
:.r a ,... wliu or beer and overcomes that unpleasant bloom In the winter, amid! It Is May or .$1$1MANUFACTURERS
.. all the other
Nearly members
-. .. .. ..:, necessity of being compelled to go often TuntpedopaTonl nnyNail. June before the wood which makes OV
.-.,.. during the day, and to get up many times of tbe group died In comparative pov good cuttings comes up from the bass

..'Ii"'"(1j. ,... t DCSIGM3CopvniCHTM &..G.n urine the night.\ The mild and the extra- erty. ?, The little daughter Mr. J.'X. Powell of the plant. This root frtr'I$ and will Doors Sash, Blinds,

.arnnllns assns'. "h nn! ..Mrrlnthm mar rdlnary effect of Swamp-Root is soon '- -- jumped on an Inverted rake made of ton make lino plants' In six and eight Inch

.".tUpufMVM':,.Rt I lfl..M'.*.r''l'p "h.>1 nnop I r |'"'e, t,11'IT* ',\_f wiw.ber.itninntr...ll- realtzeit( stands the \highest for Its wonderful I AVhlle opinions' will probably .cots: peony nails, nod thrust unit null entirely pots by CUilstniflit." M Hiding &: BuildIng Material *
l'.., .., --
.. ,
r ciliiciTu vuutirt i iwunM.I'lt need medicine '
t ) a should h. the
you you ve
out. ta on, thrnwrb Mum A Cu. rObK : a rough and dangerous game It will beplayed *ai thr.Mijfli. Chamberlain's; Pain lUlm Jiydroera.le CA.. lit .' : : In the best. Sold by druggists In SOc. and$i. sber.
t, w l.'ijtclin-.j. waspromptlyapplted anti five minutes .
Cannon: Street.Clulrleston!
of for :
hyilrotfjrsnle' ,
Speaking/ gas
f. C U (; Rm r! in.: wonderful You may- have a sample bottle of this i as usual this fall.There -- ."utttf the pain had was disappeared experienced.I and no iii fumigation of grvt-nbonneM.. a Uorlit ] S. C.

.... mere "lIlJdrlnlr The bv la the ,
-.1 "r. T.erge.tft'- and book says.: point to gained
.. .-M. 'nrv t1'-, ..... .. ....,. .t"rmn,W anr a dlSCOWry.- I. probably ho dlMaatymorv dlaresKtogand three\ days the chi l was wearing Imfaliimnaunl : '
.1 't r aw "' WI' of tlie I I. tbat It l I" death to all
,. .11.......: '. e.. 3uJ, b,al dee.douleraa mote about it, annoying>anpil"..;Ta e'a 'i'' : and with absolutely no nlsamnri use ,gat Sash \WeIghts Cord and! '
absolutely luckeys pile Ointment Is dally Powell well known InsecT'life.. s"ttle. mealy bug red ,
a{.Fi1U} & CD 371G.oadwa. '' NevI Yarn curing { Mr( ) a mer- '
: .::nb t"".... ins P.lilt. Wphl......... I..t:. address Dr. Kilmer & n._ of ew*mt ,easel of y e "a' standing of itching ,andloading '' hitntnr Furkland.Va, Pitln. haunts I ao spider green fly and all the host of I Hardware. \
I Co.. Binghamton. N Y. When w/ltingmen- llu. The cure began OIJ the first Antiseptic and heals sueU Inlutles wlthj pest mnkln og the life of tbe florist <* I

.. lion reading this generous;offer in this paper. pplfcatlnti, n little per.evera&** i\utt is(1&j mat'ira'.lon and rinthrrit Ik* time rolsvrnbta I Incklentnlly! It will remove Wlndow'nnd Fan
.rif8 Kid: : 1-- th" core compute Prlcv.5Oel .. (t.1rr
,-t.ab: ..:'f d.,1::; tom' The ADTOCATB doe job printing. ties; tube 73 c.n&l.U5OD" Son /. .b ly aU I druggists and m vd.cl.. dltal.n. '.I U a most deadly( pola, >oo. t A SPECIALTY. -

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JAMBS. PBITCHAKD, President! WM. M. BROWN, -P'sldent,



,,. The ADVOCATE is not much' give '' INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

but we are of the
DRTIOWYENT to "blowing,
A W .BLY ,
that there la no other Stalin 15 Minutes
AND DIHUATHE DAY SBOTIOHS. the Union that offers so many
inducements for the investment of Authorized capital. $t oo,coo

'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. capital as this sunny land of our c Paid up capital, $25.OQ

The resources'of the Land of Flowers Average deposits $1\ 00,000
VIAaLS. H, WALTON, Editor & 'rublliher.Jlloonlnuanoe sufficient to give you -
if properly developed, are an

of advt iniiBt be made per1 pie to maintain a great many wore _.- --, Transacts a General Banking
'P 1 tonally at thlBOflloe or by; ,writing.Oheou thousands of people than at preset delicious tea biscuit using -

reside within our borders. The ,
,eto.,may be made payable to Cu ABLH. climate of this State is universal! Business
Powder di I +
WALTON publleher.I in the Royal Baking as
conceded to equal any
Largest and Oldest Bank on the
Adilrasa all oommunloatlona to world ; the general health of the ., ''F fk. ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, people Is more, than can be expect rected. A true leavener.MOUNTAIN 1 Exchange bought; and sold on all .K.,..1'91(11
TrrrmviLLB FLORIDA pure, e', r Countries.
._ _. ed ; the natural attractions (eepe --
(ally along the East Coast) are bard Patronage appreciated Prompt taro.+c, palls
U. S. Department of Agrlcultui and I *rl treatment,and every favor coimlHtant ells
I to surpass by any otherjstate, a- ervatlve banking granted.CORfEBrONDENTB *fc
'' Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fie the growth and wealth of the State

is on the increase. Florida I Is i T ...."'. Seaboard National Bank of New: Y"rk
ever ._ sod
,. nllllwl! ; )' +!I/O/ National Hank of Jacksonville, Flu,
a :
The following/ a comparative slat more self-supporting than any othe CLIMBING IN Mount Pleasant House trail and came "'::.
meat of temperature and rainfall for the State in this country, and this fact ,. out to the turnpike just at dark, and TI'CUVILLF, FLA.
week ending/ Tuesday, Nov. II), 1001.( attent lot THE SNOW; were met by Joe Quint and the team. ..
-1900- is receiving wide apread winter -=
-1901- If It were possible In the early -
D .TB. MAX. MIN. MAX. Mil The dissatisfaction existing in the WHITE MOUNTAINS,V..n., to'operate small and well heated Inll
'. 13 75 04 HO 41 minds of many thousands of pen: November 12,1001 somewhere upon the crest of the Pros TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
14 74 657J 72 54 throughout the North, ,bas set dentlal range/ with some means of con
15 04 71) 65 pie b::ditof'Eat: Coast Adrorate: tortable transportation, {It would attract
10 01 51 80' 74 them to ,thinking and Investigating lovers of the mountains for hort

! JT'I.) 42 80 '13I as to what ia the best way to improve registered Yesterday one morning-balt a degree the thermometer above zero visits many, and there are scenes upon tbe Wood Coal, Coke, Brick; Lime, Cement,
+I IS 03 4L. 80 76 their condition. The mor at the Mount Pleasant House. The mountains and in the sky that neve
19 75 4' 81 7J people of other States learn regard range was white with snow, and the; come In summer. Distant, mou.talnsstand 'r'
rainfall for the.week: 0.oaDepa In clean cut sky outline -
Total out, not only
the summit of Mt. Washlngto
house at
,'. ture from normal rainfall for tbe ing the manifold advantages 9f were like know castles. It was a day that but in every detail of contour upo Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.,,,,
week; minus, .'1:1: Incbes. Departure settling on the East Coast of Flor had been waited and watched for. I're. the face and flank as distinctly as in the ,
I 4 from normal rainfall since January 1 I, ida the certain it is that they raised topographical you view upo
more ; paratlon had been made the night before map Offices foot of Uogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
plus 17.00 Inches.HAL. will seek investments and home a.* after a snow (all during the day; a table. So It was yesterday and such
4 '; P. HABDIN, Observer. and businesses among us. Tak ,the sky cleared, aud the barometer move mountains as Carrlgaln,; Hancock, Trl J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.;

section of Florida steadily upward, and at 7 a. m. five pyramid, Bald Face, Sandwich:! Dom .. ..
this Immediate .
''and the of --------
and Chocorus nearer ones -- --- ----- -- -
I, emba'8 sturdy young men, the Mount Please -- ---- -
THE British at Washington i alone\ and we can safely say we< House path builders, under the lead>of Willey Field and Tom were grand I In,

,I costs the people of Groat Britain have some of the finest bodies of Karl Biackett, a Dartmouth student, strong lines and deep brown and purple, & Baker
about $00,000\) a year, while the hammock land for orange and veg were ready to go with Mr'J. AnderHor, with snow only in the ravines, while the MeMurray ,
German costs about $60,. Our of the Mount Pleasant. House, and Mi, group of Hale, North and Mouth:! Twin ,
embassy etabl growing in the State. and with Lafayette and Llncoli
Haverhill Uuyot,
Walter Merry man, of an en.thu
f 000, the French $50,000: and the orange groves are, in most cases, la tlc amateur photographer, to the beyond never showed In such dignity; 44O >Vest Cay street Jacksonville Florida.
Italian $30,000. In fine condition, and, on the whole, summit of Mount Pleasant, by the Moun and beauty., The sharp peak pf tin
our people eeem to be In a mon Pleasant House trail and thence by the Mouth:! Twin showed a snowy face with ,i n. Headquarters for-
after old Crawford bildlo path to the summit black cross. All the afternoon a cloudlike
Do NOT destroy the ADVOCATE condition than for sev-

i f you have read it, but,; enclosn i it aral prosperous years pastor since the big of several Mt. Franklin years had, to torn get a very view,much that for dc- sky,a'great Jilt beneath awning Its,dark had'edge obllcured, marvel tin Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

in a wrapper, put. a one-cent stamp| freeze. Our merchants are doing sired-a winter view of the sharp con one colors shone upon distant valley) I ,

,. on it, and send it to a relative or a good business, and nearly every. of Mt. Washington flanked by the two, and mountains. As Merryman ex and Sundries.
South North East or '' ragged summits of Mt.: Monroe, as seal claimed, "If never a plate prints the; ,
friend in the
I ; body'is' rejoicing over! prosperous from a certain point on the Bridle pat) can't take this from us." "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat
West. They will often appreciate of this section.
state on Mt. Washington.Four ONE OF THB PARTY. short notice.
r this little remembrance as highly Referring to Florida in general, of the famous "black six" the

i as a good long letter. the Gainesville Sun strikes the keynote during the gay season go with the Moun Old Soldier's Experience, -------------- .-- -- .-

when it says : "Who does not .Pleasant brake, brought arouhd lbe<, ]M 1 M. Austin a civil war veteran, of:

I : IT is adth{ tJObnD.Rockefeller lee that Florida is coming I to the Driver mountain, carried wagon the and party, with four Joe miles Quint up alt; Winchester, Inl.: writes: "My wife \\'asalck 1 w WATCHES CLOCKS

g check for $IGOOO ? Some of the most distln.uUhetl to the a long time In spite of good docttJr'streatment ,
t is to receive a Front' the Mt. Washington turnpike, < cured Dr.. I ,
wholly by
000, as his share of the annual dlv. ; men are seeking homes Inour spotted wild cherry tree which marks the Kick's New, Life was Pills, which worked I i.

i \ Idend at the Standard Oil Corn.pany'e State. We notice-that General place l where the path builders have beet wonders for her health." They always I Jewelry Diamonds
the Amraonoosuo
icoustomed to cross 01v I { ,
Itworldwide 25cts at B. R. IUlllil(I t,.. .
meeting next month. With jtordon'; whose name and fame log,,on their way to work on the Mount du.! Try them. Only i
I( such a small sum as that we do not) has purchased a home Pleasant trail. It Is about five mllei" Wilson & Son's drug store :': lg: Cr,. w v Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,

a: think there Is any fear of him' go. on the East Coast of Florida, and From this point to the .summit of Mt. a :]; Walthara Watches, etc.

: r ing without a thanksgiving turkey, rill become a citizen of this State! L'leasant, which was reached at 10:50(; IndianFred J "W\'fnl1i'Ft
\ few minutes lest was taken at "Castli \
With men like Gordon, Flagler and FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
I \ Cnnl'oyt a stone wind-shelter erected bj ; .
"' THE!: British government at Jamaica 'ithers' identifying themselves with the: path builders last spring, and then Bergman bas bought; a sailboat, --- A SPECIALTY.
of Florida who he march wait forced to Franklin Spriok. that made of It was to bring
of he Interests can ; and the use
intends to levy a tax one Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville &; Southwestern E'y.
't" doubt thatthe future of the State The wind had risen, and was biting cold Dr. Soolleld over to tile Island on a professional
{ 0, per cent on each box of oranges and hard to stand against but succetif visit. Spectacles and! KyeglamAB.; Charges paid one way. R. J. Ellis::.,
I!" ., exported from that island. It la Is a bright one? yes too nearly In hand to be relinquished 2-.\ W. Bav St., JACKSONVILLE: !:, FT.!.

,I ;f also stated that the shipment of Of late we have received several franklin Spring wan! reached at 11:20: ;;; Last attend Thursday Master. Dr. Sootield Reed was who called bas . .. ..
Charley ---
to - -------- ---- ---
etters from northern residents askng here the party divided, four remaining(
I immature frulf iwlll soon be prohibited III but at this Is
been wilting
tire started quite very
with the provisions to get a
ii I by law. When will that for information about Titus. with such dead stubs and roots as they much Impreved. Prices.
Florida? Does Ille, and in reply we may say that of the Best Material. Lowest
li i law be introducedin could find In the stunted growth Our young men are very busy cutting
EI 'I' it pay to ship green oranges ? this town Is the County Seat of >prlog/ ravine, and with orders to send palmetto leaves to cover their pineappleswith
Jrevard county; ia 154 miles south put two men to look: for the party thai and the recent and unusually early .
of Jacksonville Is the head of nav vent on. If It did not return by a certain host will hurry the work along still
ii' DEER, quail, duck and turkey are ; line. The four who staid at the Spring faster. QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
; gation, and the "settingout point"or this bane of refuge or sealst- ,
but if to establish
r lawful marks for the hunter, Most of the work on the /groves for the
cruising parties on the famous! ace, were: Chaa. Fagen, brother of Mr, :
non-resident of the State winter Is completed, though there still
'I' you are a River which here forma abay Anderson's foreman, Wm Fagen, of Or-I
remain a few to be workel, and Indian- Bond Lumber Co. Titusville.
of Florida had better get a $10I' !
; ,you 6 miles wide. The constant, nond; Willie\ Moody, second porter at oU begins to take on a very neat and ,
f license from the Clerk of the Circuit tbe Ormond; Charley Rogers, bell-boy look.
this broad trim
breezes from
skill efreeblng he coming' Huasun at the Ormond; and
before at
: Court trying your beet of water and the ocean bee Leonard Burroughs, of Twin Mt., N..II. Great damage was done to all the gar A Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
I fetching down the deer, quail or dens, by the severe frost of Monday
accompanied by
I make it an ideal health re- Mr. Merryman, '
:' turkey, as the penalty is rather yond, for wild ducks Anderson and 1tarlltraoketttaking from morning, except those on the river front. G. VANLA.NDINGUAM, Manager. I Titusville, Fla.
I ,It' costly .to shoot without a legal ort. shooting ( he case the number of plates they exacted We understand all the beans up Courte-
specially) is unexcelled. Fishing, > to use, and extending, without nay way were killed,which is a great loss ,
, permit. ailing and boating Is excellent; esponse, a. cordial Invitation 'to the to the truckers, as many of the beans

Ve have good shell roads for drlvag theta to go with them for the pleasure ,were about ready to ship .
Miss Stone is still in the hands and wheeling, schools, five white of the walk, continued on up Mt. Frank- Onlast Friday Rev. J. G. Black and Paints
i of brigands. Why not train a few electric lin. The sky had become overcast, and wife went down to Eau Gallic, where Mr.Lack fflasury's
churches bank lights,
\I thirteen inch guns on Constantinople lying clouds at times absoured the cumuli preached Friday evening and Sat* III ,. .
l'' and the "unspeakables" a and; ice, palmetto and tannlo acid but In an open moment the much irday morning, once a month, in the afeinoon -
give aotoriea; opera house, Board of desired view was obtained, and then a : going to Ft. Pierce for his regu-/ .
limited length of time in which to Trade (EAST COAST AD. earer one of the two great horns of lar appointment on Sunday. On Monday ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY
I'I'I'I deliver her to the American author. newspaper hotel Indian River) and Monroe with the peak of Mt.. Washlng- ha went to Sebastian:! for a. week of

',. ities. The United States is too OCATE)number, (of fine business, and ton just showing/ beyond and between.the Continued meetings. He will return GrE1 GrE F.' PA7:: : :>DI O1V: ,
a large 'he scene at Mt. Franklin well repaid usual
and influential. a nation to ::Saturday, and rill the pulpit as on
i large boarding houses, whose ads. maya Tort of the trip. The mighty gulf at Sunday:! the 24th. THE LUMBERMAN.
dicker with a few bandits on any the tight never seemed so doep, while
i I' \ seen in these columns. We also EAU GALLIE, .' .' FLORIDA.
matter., Idges like Boots Spur and the pnaksC
, > have fine in She Dld'nt'Vear A Mask,
I' I.;,.. many orange' groves Monroe and Washington, and the -
I I his section lore distant peaks of Clay and Jefferson Bather beauty was completely hiddeny
: t 'f'' THE death of Lt Hung Chang removes all white with snow, seemed loftier andmore sores, blotches and pimples till she B. A. HODGES. :

''I. t '.,," from China Its foremost How funny it does seem to readf unapproachable than when seen used Buckleu's Arnica Salve. Then they ..
diplomat and statesman. China under summer skies. IP the distance anlshed as will all eruptions,fever sores, Manufacturer of
(1, find it difficult to supply the the suggestions many of our the hills were blue-black and purple. A tolls, ulcers carbuncles and felons from
will and Yellow Lumber.
1 caused his death and ontetnpornrles make to the United dock of snow-birds flew across the great Its use. InfRl1Ible f or cu's,corns, burns, ...Cypress ..
r vacancy by tales and Great Britain for ending now field ID the foreground. calds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25cts ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Oratei.
, : Chinese com plications' may prove tbe in the Philippines and in $now-egnalis were gathering In the at B. R. Wilson'&; &>n's. In I
I more serious in the future than orth, and reluctantly the return was be- any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges; or building :
I + the ifrioa, and all made by men that and the dlnnerramp was reached at a\.1 part of Florida, would do well to write for prices The saw mills are located
i i heretofore, Perhaps recalling have no more idea about the eoun- fun: Those who had stayed behind had Death of Mr. Sparry: at: Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
, i of Wu Ting-fang to the Celestial ryes than a mule h&l'about his sally had the hardest time, but they part of the East Coast. Address; n. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Pa. I

empire means that that eminent randfather. They all seem to had eaten their dinner and were now Benton Mrs. Charlotte Sperry a very estimable =---=
I'l' ) statesman is to take the place of ahead on the return. The photo- lady, aged 84 years, mother of Mr. -'
the dead know how to settle the affaire in raphlng party stopped for a hearty D. W. perry, proprietor of the Duval, rABUSHED 1870. i
t diplomat Africa and the Philippines. They inch of steak cooked on a forked stick hotel, Jacksonville, and of Mr. L. P.

, I do not want to risk going into the of bread toasted In the same way andrade Sperry, of Bay City, Mich., departed this
II'' ,SENATOR: Stephen R. Mallory la ght themselves, but do it to try hot by setting the dipper In tbecoals. life at the home of her son In Jacksonllle Lane & Son
I' preparing for an active canvass in E The spring was found to be on Sunday night at 11 o'clock. Her .
to harraaa the two governments frozeli, but a hole was made In the Ice atthe death took place after an Illness of .a few ,
I f bis candidacy for re-election to the Probably they have forgotten the head, and water obtained. At 2:0.1ie : ; lays. The deceased lady was a native of

, II United States Senate, and we are faot that it took eight years to wipe', three started on In a snow squall, but illchlgan, and came south In September. 230; WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
under the impression that he has out the Seminole Indians in Florla. l got several more tine view from the path 'he body was embalmed and sent to her ,
I fun before him for the at'ate round Mt. Pleasant, and after .a rapid ormer home in Michigan for Interment,
some be much better ,
Would it not
;, BMoene of the steep path sometimes on 00 Tuesday night, accompanied by Mr.
1' meet has gone abroad that Messrs. were those know-all editors, who foot, and often not, they struck the perrv.JLIVI Southern Frllit..and Produce
Spark man, Rainey, Call and othersare could so easily stop'the wars in the _
also to be in the race for that i 'hilippines' and South Africa, to --,-- -

honorable position at Washington. : devote a little more of their space ': OAK. Com.s ci.SSioi:: Mercharits.: : '
I. -There Is a good (?) time in store Rnll time toward the developmentf

for these candidates. their own towns and sections, Hotel OakeS1' IJVE OAK, FLA. PECIAI/TIES : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and our

I and let the two governments look
quotations furnished
on application.
CARRTINO .concealed weapons is fter their own business? Have especially the commercial traveler.' -
I Under Caters to It
v new management. ___ __ __ ._.. . ___ ._ .. _
South '
of the and confidence in the ' -
banes all n' ,
one of the they lost men In the most liberally conducted hotel of Its price In the State. The hotel han
I it has been the cause of countless they helped to place in ojllce Both been thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything new and . ... I

deaths, We'are, however, pleased the.e wara.will come out all righti art-cln J. RUSSELL MOORE, Proprietor. Consign Us Your...

.. to note that the recent act of the the end without the assistance r- --- -- -. . - --- -

Florida legislature has had a ten of a few editors who have never
', dency to stop a deal of concealed sited) either country.To \iVoii WHITE'S CREAMVERF1IFUCE Fruits and Produce.

weapon carrying. The law is nowa S s .

little agafnst those who were In euro a cough stop coughing, at It Cantle u.etlry.lnuallt_ ,. i,
concealed Irritates the lungs, and 'gives them no ,, r r r

'the weapons habit promiscuously.-carrying What we chance without to heal.causing Koley'a.a drain Honey In and throwIng Tar- For 20 Year HM Led IfWornTRiJAWIER 1 e et Mesa (\ y REMITANCES DAY OF SALE.

want now is to see"that. law carried cures off the phlegm like common cough BOLA aT .A.Io.o E-.VCJ.CJ.Z'X': &. FRITH & CO. % Nashville Tcnn..
', Lous.U. -
out to the letter. ll tpectoranU.. B. It, WiLson & SOD. apesd by--: F. BALLARD, St. ,




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Dr. E. ARMSTRONG Stuart. a

llta Thadickey. birds say, 'twill not be J Ei: JBI.i: <:>S., G. T. BUNTING'S

far Wholesale Dealers In Charlotte Street. North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Chas. Woodward has
purchased J. S.


Miss Yulalee 1I'ultz returned home from

Jensen, Sunday evening. .
Mattresses Pillows
Mrs. Willis\ Bessey will spend the win Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Furniture ,

ter R.with M. relatives Sparwortb here.returned' Saturday, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. -

after .
a pleasant summer spent In Sweden

EYE SPECIALIST. John Frohock, Dado's ever watchful We are headquarters for all jttmls of Sued and Eating Potatoes and Cow P_., Sra.okets:
sheriff, was in our burg one day this guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
2f5: W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. week. your Oranges, and.Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. ,

The East Coast Fish Co. have a good MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Flo.

West Palm Beach. fleet of boats ready for business, and are B3T": We only Sell to Dealers. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. -
shipping fish every day to the northern
markets. - --- I

Manager Land Sterry, of the Breakers John Baird the sign painter, will leaveus Eden. I rTibb ls. 1-----------Melbourne. Georgiana. .

has arrived, and Is Rotting his house this week, for points south. Anyone

in order for the coming rash. needing signs painted will do well to secure .

Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Worthington re- his services. Mrs. H. W. Besney was a welcome visitor Mrs. J. C_ Bnchus and Mrs. Chat.. Uncle! Hiighle picked his first beans J
of Jensen callers in QOODK OOOP1C.-Re l Estate km! Loses.Agentror ,
In Eden last Friday Wolf, were pleasant last Friday.
turned, Saturday evening, to their at- E. Simmons has sold his fine launchto Attna, Iximlon and Liverpool 1 unit
tractlve home on tbe. shores of Lake Dupont & Middleton, the saw mill Mrs. Jas. Andrews and two childrenare our burg on Monday last. flute, lYovlilttiice-WiuhlnKton, and Sun Fire Mr. Sancheza friend or relative of Mr.

Worth. men. Mr. Simmons has just completed the guests of Mrs. W. F. Richards. Large shipments of pineapples stll Insurance.interests of nou Special-roalilonts.HOTKF. utteiulon. paid to the Rogero, came from St. Augustine, Friday

The Holland, L, D. Lockwood proprietor a new launch for his own use. Richards with of continue to go from this place, and our ._ -, '- 1
Mrs. W. F.
will be opened December lat, and G. W. Parks, proprietor and owner ot ladles drove to Fort Pierce last a :Monday.:party fields have not been lu a more prosperous OARMCTOV-Open the "*..'roun.t. Ito. Mr. Walker, who came with Mr. Can.'J"
applications are al\'adyon file to more condition than present In many IlKlitful spot to upend wInter or iniimer. Lo has the house "
the rmta, purchased dwelling
than fill tbe house. train popular, Tuesday Peoples', bound store for, boarded the Florida the We won't say word about the hunt: years. The crop next June will bathe Bated.on Term high moilernte.KIIANK bluff overlooking. the IntlUnKlver. which Mrj Provost recently bought from I t,
ers who went hunting, and came home largest ever shipped from the East Coastof KOBBHTSON: Proprietor I &
J. E. Ingraharo, 3rd vioe-preeident of State Fair at Jacksonville.\ handed. Florida. Wethey Wagner '

the Florida East Coast Railroad, was In Dupont & Middleton hard at workon empty for the ADvocATE Mr. Baldwin and daughter, Misses
are @11 SubHoilptlons .
town last Friday and he In Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Robinson and lIt. The Ladles' Civic Club have this weak '
company \ and Nina all the sick list
their Myrtle are on
saw mill, and have most of their the pink paper of the East Count, will be ,
with W. R. Moses, took a run up the machinery In place. We tIe Margaret, left, ou Monday, for a short completed shelling their bicycle path received the Melbourne Postoftlce.W. this week. There scorns to bo an epl-
to at
lake in the launch Enterprise. hear the toot of the whistles.C. soon. expect visit with Mrs. F. O. Williams along the west aide of the county road, derolo of la grippe going the rounds.
on the river front, covering a distance ol
News from Dr. and Mrs-\ F. H. Houghton Capt. and Mrs. T. E. Richards drove Miss Winnie Dixon bus been quite sickseveruldays
which Is R. Campbell visited Eau Oalllo
E. Guller has received two. of! about a a great Improvement -
care ,
with awl number
is that it Is getting too cold for them to Ankona In their neat little turnout, quite
last week. '
lumber, and Is having It placed on his and adds much to tho value of all one day
of others havehad
lu Ohio; and that by the 1st of December last Thursday, to spend tbe day with It.
building lot. He will build residence adjoining property.
will be In West a Eli'8ao Ernest Taylor, of Enu Gallle, was on
they Palm Bench that Stuart be of. Mrs.\ er. Every house In town Is either occupied
They will be welcomed hosts of their may proud The residents of Tibbals are much our streets, Tuesday
' by The Ladles' Air Bazaar will have a fine or rented, except two or throe and It Is
frlendll. The ladles Interested In the Methodist display of holiday presents, and hope for pleased with the generosity of Miss K J. Person Paddlson. of Fort Pierce, wan expected! they will all be full before! the

A removal of the Western Union Telegraph church are raising money to purchase anew a fair share of patronage so save up your Tlbbals, who donated shells und had: In town Sunday: evening winter Is over. We have good school.
/ office to the Jefferson block, will organ, and have collected up to tiickles and come friends. them placed on the road leading from no saloons, no bad company; In fact, a ,
be heartily endorsed and appreciated by date $50.20. They will purchase a filfiO our railroad station to tho public road W. P. Underwood, of Roscland, wan In model, quiet, good: place to rest and re- '
every citizen of our town. We exteud instrument.The Mrs. John Miller went to Fort Pierce, on the river front, a distance of }h of a town sovera.1 days this week. cuporato. Everyone knowns It Is one of

our thanks to Supt. Dillon for his con mullet law is In full force now on Saturday, for a visit of several days mllo, and our people wish to express Clm V.' lIoe left on Tuesday's north the healthiest places on tho beautiful

sideration. and we would advise our fishermen to, with his sister, Airs. George Saunders, their appreciation of the same. bound train, for points noith.W. Indian River, and Provost A Chambeis
leave mullet alone who has just returned from an extended The yawl Irene weighed anchor Tues keeps as gooda|| stock of groceries and
as the Is
Henry Anthony, Dade county's county jail and U. Jackson and wife returned from
popu- visit in Canada other
lar county clerk, has been very ill, critically not far away, and the deputy fish wardenIs day, with Capt. J. T. Waters and three Fort l'lorce, the first of the week. dry goods an would satisfy the moat
so, but was able to be brought close at band, Mrs. M. A. Curtis and Mrs. J. II. Le- sons In command, and sailed for Eau fastidious.

home where the quiet and' genial surrounjings H. S. Williams and wife and Miss Julia Tourneau drove to 'Vaveland, on Friday, Gallle, (15<; tulles north, whore they expect The Miami Killed passed through here, About forty of the lends. of Mica

of his family will, we sincerely Taylor left, Tuesday morning for Jack to visit Mr and Mrs. Edgar Harmor. Returning to place her on lloilgson Bros dry- Monday, eu route to the State Fulr. Hatlle Itowor gave her a genuine surprise

hope, hasten his speedy recovery. sonville. They expect to be gone, about they made a delightful stop nt dock, to bo painted' and putin first-crass Miss Lulu Waldruu, our popular schoolteacher party, Friday evening: to celebrate hertuonth '.
Elizabeth Mr. Chas. shape for her new C. B. Hogg of (
Itacey'scharming owner ,
week Is of the Mcliilde house. birthday Miss Rattle stood
The Ladies Aid of the a and will take In the State Fair a guest \
Society Congregational homo. Red Bank, N. J., who! ,expects! to cruise tho of amazement the
while la that very picture ns ,
church gave a Lemon Social at city.T. on the East Coast, this 'winter. Goo. E. Muriel, of DeLnnd, wan a crowd filed In and filled her 'arms 4
the Palms, the evening of the 15th.; A A. Snider's house-boat, the Buckeye There was quite a crowd out at the pleasant visitor In town, the first of. the full merry of her real .'
Mr. Bell faithful and presents. Monday was
mystlo lemon tree was the feature or-the chapel, Thursday evening, to see tbe exhibition our energetic
is moored at the Danforth hotel week. birthday but to make the surprise moro .
of World's Fair views. (Ye County Commissioner, has started shelling A
and the lemon Idea carriedout
evening, wan dock, and looks as bright and clean as a Frank Oautlor of 'Crescent City, was It to have It
In the cake ices It gods and little fish I do they think we are the county road, on the river front complete, was arranged a
etc. well was fie a new dollar. K. D. Hoke, of Jensen, has such back number as never to have from north end of our settlement anti a pleasant visitor town on Saturday few days before hand. "Buster" came ,II
"howling" success, socially as as the vessel in '
nancially.The charge heard of the World's Fair yet?) running south two miles, where It will taut. very near giving\ tho whole thing away
Arthur A. Ford, of Sebitstlan, held a Intersect the shell road at Eden. Mr. George Faber, of Sharpns, spent pint though, In bin eagerness to got there ;
preparations that are being made stereoptican entertainment In the school A railroad through one's pineapple Bell's untiring efforts In securing us a of Saturday i and Sunday heir, visiting first of all. '
for the winter visitors In our little town house, Monday evening, which was quite field Is not an unalloyed pleasure, as the good road, has restored the confidence friends

are really marvelous. Carpenters do Interesting and Instructive. A large num. train frequently eels tires Mis.[ Curtis andJohn of our tax payers, and he pill have no The Melbourne Literal Society will I C, S Ainold.<1 of Youngstown, Ills., In

double work-working nights-and the ber of our citizens attended. Mrs. LeTourneau, O. A. Robinson trouble In securing; signets for a special meet tills (Friday evening Ml hotel wiltlnit. li', Ford's Dyspeptlolde, says:
sound of the hammer and saw can be Muter are Kilen's contributors to load tax another ) "Mv wife him taken :3 bottles of Dysueptlclde -
heard up to twelve o'clock at night, andat We are sorry to report Capt. Blakesley the list of fire sufferers for the last week, year Carleton. I unit Is, I believe, permanently
16 again by daylight In the morning on the sick list this week, but hope ho all of them damaged to considerable ex 'The side track on the railroad has boon JIlHEmmi' McFailaud has runted., the cared of Indigestion, constipation and J

and yet Mayor Whllldin says we shall be will soon recover The Captain is one tent. filled to Its full capacity with loaded car little I'aylor cottage, an.1 will occupy| It I sick heodaoho, with which she has been
to of the few In the fish business for the past two weeks. We have heard this winter .
obliged turn many away. men who Invitations are out for the marriage of I troubled for twenty or more years. Money
The State of Maine Is well represented never puts a net overboard on Sunday Mr. W. E. Saeger and Miss Irene MoCiary \ complaints from someof our residents Willis E. Geiow: of Jacksonville, the ran not estimate tho good It has done

la tbe Stowera' family. Mrs. Stowers has Miss Della Michael, of O.chld, spent at Powersvllle, Deo Oth. Mr. that they have had two weeks delay on popular agent of the Standard 011 Co., I her" B. R. Wilson & Son. {
several of lumber
caused lack of
her mother, aged; 85, visiting her, who Is several days here this week, visiting Mr. baeger Is the son of Geo. A. Saegar, of cars.cars Judging,from by was In town, Tuesday
empty present con-
as bright and vivacious as many at M) ; and Mrs. Walter Kitching ., Miss Michael Ankona, and is a young man of sterling dltlon of affairs, our railroad must be 'I'. C. West and Tom Nicholson spent JtKAL; ESTATE FOR 8ALJH.As .
her niece Miss Nickels Is also here for Is a charming and her worth. It Is not usual to congrAtulate
young doing an extensive freight business, and several days of this week In Jacksonville -
the but in this would
tbe winter. and Mrs. Samuel Stuart friends are her young lady, case we
Capt. many sorry to see AD extension of our sidetrack Is necessaryto taking In the State? Fair. ,
be justified. Administrators of the Estate o'
French of Sand leave. .
Point, Maine, and Prof.N. .
meet the demands for
S. French aud wife, of Boston-relatives Mr. Hartman has purchased The Tea Club met, last week:, at Eden- space. Dr. Hummer has been made happy by William Treutler, deceased We olTor at 1.
of Mrs. J. C. Stowers-are also here. five acres. of land from: U. O. Olson twenty-, and wood, and as usual had a very pleoWnt One of the most enjoyable meetingsthe 'the arrival of hU wife and little son, private sale the following described Real

Prof. French Is of the faculty of the Boston has commenced to Improve the same. 11. time. Among those present were' Mri. Tibbals Bathing Club have had forBorne : from Mlddletown, Ind. J -tate, belonging to' said Estate:

Public Schools. C. Olsen will move up from Palm Beach Joseph DavlH, of White City; Mrs. Ueo. time, met on Thursday of last I Mrs. Edgar 0. Jones has returned from No. 1. Bold.
shortly, and make this his permanent Saeger, of Ankona; Hendames. Sawyer, week. Mrs. Harry Jennings, who enter. Canaveral, where the baa been the guest No. a. All of slot NEJ, Sectional I.
Tbe Lake Worth Band gave an even. home. Luce and Andrews, of Tibbals, and Mrs. tamed on that day: Introduced the peanut of her brother Mr. Hood. Township :27 South, Range 37 East, covered -
ing of music and dancing, Thursday, giving Edgar 4 / Harmer, of Waveland. The Eden game which was Indulged In by with water, lying In said Eau lallle '
the greater portion of the receiptsto The recent northwest winds have low- ladies, of course, were out In full force everyone, from the youngest to the old Mrs. K.; W. OoKle .1.! spending this River and Eau Oallle Bay, containing
the Ladles' Cemetery Improvement ered the water In the St. Lucie river a est. During the game all "were, ,much week In Jacksonville, a* the guest oi her about 30 acres, more or less.
Society thereby enabli i,g the ladies to great deal, and the river Is fast becom- John Miller, F. W. Wllles and Chas. II. excited, causing much sport. Mrs. Geo. daughter, Mrs. James T. Hogg.JUfrs. No. 3. Sold. 5 5

carryon their work of cleaning and put- log salty. Salt water !flab are now coming Raooy went out the first of last week on Saeger, of Ankona, won first prize; Ralph No. 4. That portion of 8WJ.f(, Section
ting the grounds iu a condition for Its up an far as the railroad bridge In a camp hunt, expecting to be gone sever Racey, of Waveland, second prize /und Oeo.' F 1'addison and two daugliteis / Township :27 South. Range 37 East,
future development. The Band by their large numbers.Rev. al days. They returned In twodays with Hay baeger, booby prize. also/ Mrs. II. !I.' Wlllblte drove commencing at a point 870 feel West from
deer handsome buck with down from Eau GallU last Saluiday.Mr. .
two one a ,
generous assistance to all philanthropic Northeast Section line
W. T. Lane will deliver his last corner post on j M
work should bespeak for them the earn- sermon for this year's work next Sun- spreading/ antlers;; a whooping crane and and Mrs. K. P. Branch aud Rev as sforesuld and (10 feet South of said %
est and liberal of the citizens several dozen quail. It Is needless to say Adolph Bluner, of Grand Mound, Ia.
patronage day, at the Methodist church. We look amtTar Weatherwax attended the Congregation'/ / Section line for a stalling point, thence
generally. t for a large congregation, and extend a the whole settlement has been feasting writes "I have used Foley'a Honey al convention, at Daytona, last week. run South a: feet, thence East lOCI( ) feet,
venison. In family and think It Is the best
oordlal thence South 420: feet, thence West to
Geo. A. Points Upper Sandusky, 0. invitation to all our friends on cough cure on the market. I would not Chine R. Oslln, manager of ,the Melbourne \ thence North thence
the St. Lucie river to attend. The Point Lace Club met with Mrs. Section line, 528: ft,
writes: "I have been using Foley'sHoney (Chat Wolf, Jensen, last Saturday after be without It in my home, .. there is Times,. was among our towfl'apeokle Cut '717 feet, more or less, too point 100
and Tar for hoarseness and find It noon. The Chronicles of Darktown, by nothing so good for coughs and colds." who visited tbe ,metropolis, this feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
the best I tried. It RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMENG. ; B. R. Wilson & Son. weelc, i
remedy ever stopped Uncle Kenans' successor, occupied the Sarno, thence South ISO feet thence
the cough Immediately and relieved all -. H. JIansan, Lima 0.,engineer L. E. entire afternoon and everyone was gladto I Mr. and Mrs. Milligan and two children East 7CO feet to West side of ],.. E. C.

soreness. Take none but Foley's. B. K. *great W. R'y.deal, writes with:backache."I have been Iw..lndoo-troubleda lay aside point lace and laugh until OIney.J. of Benton Harbor,' Mich., arrived, Railway right: of-way thence North on

Wilson & Son. ed the tears came. JUrs. Bochus will bar last week, and are now pleasantly located West side of F. E. C. Railway right-of-
to Foley's and
bottle try entirely relieved Kidney 'Cure, one the next meeting, Nov. 30th, when the at "Fountain Heights." way Ml feet, thence East to point of beginning a

White City.Mrs. recommend it to anyone, especially my club will adjoun until after the holidays F. Willis lost a valuable hone, the Mrs C. A. Horton and Mrs. Estetln excepting railroad right-of-way:
said about 25acres
friends the trainmen first of this week. Williams and two children have returned through Containing
among who are usually J. T. Waters, one of our neighbors, at the road. This
similarly afflicted. Wilson & Son. Tlbbals received a choice collection Willis home, .lifter pleasant summer spent ID Including County 't
very Rebert E. has been absent from
has of BOO 000)(
tract a young trove or
F. MoMnllln returned from'Edenlast their old home at Twin Mountain, N. II.Cspt. .
of Illy bulbs last week. They are ,
very school this week, on account of sickness trees on It, and an artesian well, etc.
Monday.Mr. -The Clyde Line Steamship' Go's rare, and were sent to him by a friend I Sam Martin took Capt. West and Southeast co'rlflt off
Orrel baa had a porch built In the agency Is at the ADVOCATE office, Tltns who obtained them from tbe garden of Will Rogers and Jim Padgett returned, I wife,. the Misses Mocell Williams and No. 5. Begin at

front of his store. ville, where you can secure reservations the Empress of China. We are all watch- Thursday, from- a week's. hunting, expe- rude Froellck, also *lrs. Martin and far.-ion ,
logthem with Interest, as they are expected dl tlon. Melbourne Beach last Satur :
Mr. and Ii.... Jones .spent Saturdayand to bloom shortly. The perfumeIs Mrs. Martha Adlson has been on a sew :family day. to creek to North boundary of land belonging ,
sanday Jensen.Mr. to Won.! : Tr utle thence East along
Fort Pierce. said to be most exquisitely delicate oral weeks' visit to her mother Mrs
," I Mr. and Mrs. I). Vf. Davis, of Carters- yi Sectloti line wMoli Is. the North boundary
Fransen Is having a' large porch and sublllely penetrating. Martin Smith I vllle, Ind., arrived, Tuesda, and will 'of Wm.Trsutler's land to North bank ,

built on the front of his house. The first cold snap seems to be overt. The Tlbbals Bathing Club held one of Miss Eva Bellinger, Ft. Drum's charming 'spend the winter In Miss Allen' beautiful of Elbow creek, thence West along bank

Mr. Campbell our sawmill owner, has and we are trying to thaw out. themost enjoyable meetings In Its history and accomplished school teacher cottage. They are accompanied by of said creek to point of beginning, being '
been attending the State Fait. last Thursday Mrs. Harry Jennings spent last Sunday with Miss X. L. Bell, Mrs. Faree and the Misses. Faree, of Dansvllle In section 21, Township South, Rang.
J. A. Jordan, of the Cable Co., Jacksonville assisted by her friend, Miss Mar and the Misses McLaughlin She was Ind. 37 East, This land Is covered with the

-Everybody should read the pink paper was In town, last week. gie Dillinger,,''entertained with a pro- accompanied by Dolph Sloan: one of Ft. The many friends Mrs. W. C.Barns. watais. of the creek

of the East Coast If t.beYwant the news. Mrs. Roberts and children and Miss trresslvepaanut party, which was a very Drums most promising young men. will be grieved to learn of her death, No. 6V Part of sub-division of Lot 21. r

The road from here' to Fort Pierce Is Smith, of Sebastian are,stopping a.few jolly affair. Mrs. George Saeger Mrs. Mary McLaaghlln's orange grove which occurred at Phoenix, Ariz., lost Houston's' addition to Eau Oallle, corner
!being; straightened and put In, good days at the Bevill house. ed the first ladles' prize, and the recel.-I Is now a beautiful sight to behold. The Sunday morning. Her husband antifamily of Houston street and street through the
order men's prize was captured by Ralph loaded down with have tbe sympathy of our town Rnetcb addition, fronting 103 feet on 1
!Mr and Mrs. Luke :Nicholson left, .The Edenites fortunate enough to trees are bright golden
Messrs. Hammond and Brady, of Boston Wednesday for Miami.. We wish them oey.have been present,, returned, delighted fruit, the beauty of which Is only excelled In their sad bereavement. Houston street *

arrived bere on Monday. Mr. Hammond good luck In their new home. with) their afternoon's pleasure. by their delicious taste, which Is No.7., Commence about chains 33: ,
own. considerable property here, enough to tempt the appetite of. the most links West from Northeast corner of
which he Intends to improve this winter. Our young people enjoyed a delightful capricious. Section 20, on Section line between Sections
dance at the new bail Friday evening. FOR HOARSENESS.-Ben J. Ingerson
little .' 17 and 20, run WestOchalns 13 links,
John Oleson, of Chicago, a former re- Tbe music was. splendid and was furnished otJIuttoq, lost, says he had not spoken Mrs Allen Padgett's daughter,
sldent of'this place, and vicepresidentof by Mr Roylanoe with :violin and a word above a whisper for months, and Carrie, met with a very serious accident, Bristol and sister are expectedat ? thence South 10 chain 6-1 links,. thence;
UO chulnsto1
the Tri-Zone Product Co. arrived last Hart bottle last Saturday. She war sitting on the their winter cottage this woek. South degrees SO.econd.,
Mrs. tone, piano. one of Foley's Honey and Tar restored ..." Eau Oallle River thence follow tbe 4
Saturday, on a week's visit. Mrs. Olesen his voice. piazza cutting paper with a pair of scissors I
has been here several months account The baseball, game Saturday was In. Wilson Be sure to get Foley's.B. and accidently fell off backward, Always road the ADVOCATE: ft yon f shore of Eau Gallle River In an Easterly
& Son.KM.
of ill-health in the North. teresting. Tbe Ft. Pierce boys are still K. !: and stuck one of the blades under her want to get the news of the East Coast. I direction Id a point due South from r place

behind, but with practice we predictgreat a < ." .. ---- chin, coming out through her mouth, It. H. Patterson arrived,Tuesday, froma rof beginning: thence north to poiftt. of 4, S
Mt. and Mrs. Bemenderfer, of Ohio, players of tl|.,m. The score stood Citiaee.Bob ; and making a very bad looking and palm pleasant summer spent with relatives beginning: containing I acres, more or
parents of our friend and citizen, Chas. 10 to 13. Quite a few ladles were present Fltzsimraons- and ful wound. This should be a timer and friend In Chicago. less, and known as.the Kltohell place
Ltemenderfer, arrived here a few days and seemed to enjoy the much pugilist actor leave scissors f of
game very been warning to mothers to never No. 8. NKIf Unction 28 Township-
ago to spend the. winter. Their 'son, la spite of the chilly northwest wind.Ifow' b.-ju.t naturalized bv Judge As- or other sharp Instruments within O..J. Cutler and wife, Sharnesvllla., 27 South, Range: 37 East, containing ICO
nail la the
Charles: met them at Tltnsville\ where pi coontycoart, Brooklyn.' the reach of little children. 0., are domiciled for the winter at the acres, less railroad right/ -of-way.
he had been serving on tbe Jury and {jin answer to Clerk Thomas F. Hutt 'alm cottage Barton avenufe
was just excused the day they arrived. This. ing's questions, ba said- he was born In The many friends of R. E. Mo Laugh- I. No. 0. NW>{otSectlon 2S, Township (
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward' England and resided at Rosa Villa, lIe will regret to bear of Ms extreme ill. Mrs. Rebal Keyes and child' I arrived on South, Range; 37 Fast,. containing 100

Deep for any casa of Catarrh that cannot be Twenty- ond avenue, Brooklyn. He ness. He went to Long Hammock, a Tuesday from Qulrwy Fla." ; ; to join I acres, less railroad right-of-way. ; e

., cured by Hall's Catarrh Care.F. I came to this country April 1, IHI4U. and week ot ten day age to look after business Mr. Keyes, who 'yookkeeper for U. I No. 10. 411 00-100( acres, less. railroad

It la a mysterywho, women; endure J. <:HEXBT: *: Co.,Props., Toledo O. for a time lived at Sao Francisco, Cal. Interests there and was immediately N. Hatch. rlffht-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of ,

backache, headache, nervousness, sleep W. tbe undersigned have known F.- J. la[ Is thirty-nine years old and an actor taken sick with fever. and rapidly Mrs. Fannie Taylor, of Newark N. J. N I.':U of XW>4, Section/ Townshl21:
lessness, melancholy fainting and dizzy Cheney for tt\v last 15 years, and believe' b r occupation He declared his !n tea- grew worse. Word reached here last bill arrived from the north and willspend South Range 37 East,
spells when thousands have proved that him perfectly honorable-la all business lions tu.become a citizen elgnt' years ago Friday night of his ,critical condition, the winter with Mr. and' Mrs. C. ,Stewart place. v
Electric Bitters will qoleklr cure such transaction, and financially able to carryout 10 New Orleans, ]tad previous to his baefla and bl. mother and brother Ed. left Immediately IV. Harrison. N.. 11. .Lots 17 and H, block 4, Town
troubles. "1 suffered.ror with kid. any obligation made by their firm. with\ Bob Hall. After JodgaAspinillad and has since been with him. of Eau Gallle.
years Wholesale > prodounced Fit a full-fledged citizen A* this writing ha Is. little tatter and Mrs. W. }f. II"r"llIand sister, and Mr. '
neytrouble's writes Mrs. Pbebe CberleYr West A Trnax:, Druggists Toledo No. 12. Lot 1, block .1.I Town of Rao:
of Peterson, la., "aud a lame back pained O. Waldln-r, Kinnan *: Marvin, of tba United States be left the we hope ere luug he will be wsll enoughto sod Mrs. A. I). Mtrwlu, arrived on Wednesday Gallle. Quit claim deed! for this'only: -
court-room and In tile corridor received I from Milford Conn. Mr. Win.Merwln .
me so I could not dress eiyself bat Electric Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, o.Uall' return home. later. held under Tax Title. f'
will be down
the of bis friend ../.
Cure Is taken ,
BlUer. cured and although Catarrh Internally -
wholly me, For prices and terms address, '
73 years old. I now anvable to do acting directly upon the blood and mucous W. J. fihlvely, BatcrvUle O., speakingof )Ir. DeG1 a and family, of Atlanta '
all of my housework." It overcomes surfaces of tha system. Price 73o. To-dar: take FoFey's Honey and Tar. It Banner Salve says "I used It fox isva arrived here for the wlrrfer. )lr; F. A. )lOROAamI/ W. If.,.JOSE3,

constipation improves appetite, hires, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tea- positively prevents pneumonia, or other pile.| and It has done m.more good than )..Glvs owns what was formerly the l).- Aa Adtnisl.tratereoftheEr, ati of Wn' >.
perfect health. Only fiocts at B. K. imenials free. Hall's Family Pills are serious results from cold*. K may be too toy salve. I have aver used, and I have teal( ; place, and expects to spend his ,i* /Treutler, deceased. .' S

Wilson: Son's drug stare. the best. late to-morrow. B. 1C Wilson A: SOD. tried a great many kinds. Wilson& Son winters bare la future. Tltusvllle, Florida,,.




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wag t:IO, four can if a. l jot: gooo enong Seaboard Air Line
hands, but wa ..'ared to death. I dida'' The Railwaj
,:. dare bet thi-in. The prince would look

INSOMNIA at his card In a royal ermined way an
any, 'I ralso the ante 10.:
"The young Rothschild would look this VESTIBULED

I been using OAKCAIIKTM for card and observe with the same li. Capital City Route.

Insomnia. with which I have been unnoted for difference to my feelings which distil 11tt1ITEb
over twenty years, and I oun say that Ciutoaratliavo . gulshed the prince 'I'll see that and 1(0 I
given me more' relief than any other rem. The Shortest Route.
1M better These blood curdling! r<-
I ay I have. ever tried. Khali, certainly reiwm .
amend them to my friend.* an being all they are mark. took place before the draw min TRAINS
.represented." Tuoa, IILA.DEIRuL you. And then they'd lean back and cal The Best
I for what cards they wanted and organic. Al.1 DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE / Line.
CGRN DVI ed.to bet 2,000: to a.OOO-aD'thlnlC that !
cATHAImci happened to pan into their reckles Double Daily Servico-Including Sundays to . .
I inlnds. That's the .ort of company ad.i ( tif
hC ; COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RI('UJi I II got Into. I )laid down hand after baud ,. I/ SAVANNAII >.
!I and stayed out all I could but for all m7;; WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK.

dodging; I lost $1.200 lu the Brat forty WITa THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.
i I five minutes-simply anted It awtI)'.
"About the end of the Brat hour I sot Only line opetatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville! New Otlwm

three aces. They were all that saved me+ For further information write..,

too. I broke into a plethoric jackpot with .J.. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville FloddtI.
... TMmuiant. Palatable, Potent, Tut Oood. Do A. O. .
I Croon,Never glnken. Weaken. .or Grip. lUottotO. them which the prince and the Ilotha MAcDONn. BARR, R. E. L. BUNCIL
I CURl: OON8TIPATION..IeMh ... child Immediately raised several times V.'P. A G. M., Gen. Pass. Agt.
a..NCwy. 010_._,_ "...._. "' as If for exercise. In tha end I won It. 'Y PORTSMOUTH, VA. r
II l -;:- It welled my fortune over 10000. After .
IO ( ]k'
W HtO Tabaooo
I ?I C) .. that I maneuvered very cnutlounlj --=

and quit at U p. m. about $300 bl'blDdthe ( Dixie Route
Flyer . .
Free and (game. . .
"That ended my dash aa It were Into
Accented Masons. the royal family I never passed. a more Double daily trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CAES

miserable afternoon In my life. Bchencl . Tri-lVeekly Sailings . ; -Throurth; without chance-

rII.r-. and the duchess played along with much JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOl IS.

lk Indian ,No. 00 calmness and phlegm but I was so oppressed BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK -Close:; connections made In Union Depots for-
by danger and harassed bj'
F luy Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West and Northwest(,
Jll the reckless betting of the prince and the
S .River 4' Iij \ TltusvilleLo Rothschild that I have no recoiled Ion... at Charleston both ways) Be sure that your ticket reads via -

I to how they fared. Hcbenck asked roe" to FineCalling the WESTERN A ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA.A ,

Holds Its meeting the second and fourth Frt engagement each time. Uamea without For information relative to rates schedules etc., write to...
of ejxih+ month, an the late Armory, Tltusvllle -
ay ,at 7:'OO o'oluok p. m.Iles. limit. against players equally unbounded The Clyde New England'' and Southern Lines. 'T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville, Fla.
t W.Hoobia. Worshipful Mulch, are too many for me." C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Mange
J. R. Walker,Senior Wariisn.O. Direct /Service Between Na.hvllle, Tenn.
. Atlanta, Ga.
u Hohuyler,Junior Warden.J.
M. IMxon, Treasurer.K. ... Far a* the Guarantee Goes. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
'i" A. Morgan, HeoreUtry. "Do you guaruutee the photographs to ,

I; J.J.L.A.Cftrruther Hughes,Chaplain., Senior Deacon. give sntlafaction" demanded the plain (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)

W. M, Woodward,Junior Deacon uioklng man 8..ILINGSIRouthbound.
S. J. B. Hnreven, Hen lor Steward.C "Well- ," said the consclentloui SEMI-WEEKLY. .... .. ... ....from Lewis' Wharf, Boetoi PLANT SYSTEM.The
no ...................... ........ .... .... > .
f'If' K.B.MImt) H. Walton,Jr.Junior,Tyler.Steward photographer 'but I can guarantee s Northbound............................ .. ..,..........from toot of Catherine Street, JacsouvllltClyde "
good likeness. -London Tlt-Bits. -

ONE GAME --OF "p01EIt. A Slander o.. Woman. St. Johns River Line. GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections:

Muggins woman can newer keep a .
/ Line.
(DeBnrjr )
via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond
secret. the East
!f UIfIfIQr\oQ8f'oae! My wife and I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. aDd Washington. Th, Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbll
IT WAS ALL HE CARED TO PLAY INs Stopping Palatka, ...LOr..8t. fronds Berenfor.l (ire Land), Blue Spring and intermediate land
had been engaged for four hours beforea lnitonthe t.J..hu' Klver.' and Washington.

THAT COMPANY. soul knew anything about It.-I'hlla. STEAMER "City of Jacksonville." To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The LAN ;

i t'n. delpMa Record. CAPT. W. A. SHAW. via Montgomery The Southern:: R'y via Savannah Columbli

W.. llarklnir a r..I.eW.I.*., 13 APPOINTED:! TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS t and Asheville. The M & 0 R'y via Montgomery.

\\1', t sa Rntliiehllil., M Dnrhv.i of M.rl- Leave Jaokftonvilla" *:.30 p. in., Butulajrii.Tiimday and Thiirndays.LeaveBanrurd via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York
Never try to coax a or cough use 11:311.:! .. m .Monditvn, Hedovmlayi and II'rhau.SOlltblK To' the East
and Merchants
1' borough and lltiletcr Srbcuck sad the remedy that unfailingly conquers both >lInd. Read down 80HRVULE. Northbound,Read tip Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah Milan

I''i There \V.. No Limit. Ballard' Horehound Syrup la the great Leave a:80: I'm. .. ... ...... ....JacksonvilleFalatka" .. .... .. .......Arrive 2- >II.o.. Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
,; The following\ story, which Involved peclflo for all throat and lung troubles 8:45 pra .. ... ............ .... .................. Leave.. sIm:( piu. Key West and Havana via Port Tampa .Peninsular A Occidental Steamship
.. .. .. ... . !. 1311pm/
axgam.......... .... Aitor Edwards Island via Boston and Canadi
King Kdwsrrl VII. when he was jet fries 2Q and fit cents. Wilson <& Son. 4iOale.. ..... .. .._... .....St.rranols.. ....../. .... I :uO pin. To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and.Prince ,'
.Prince of Wales wan related to my fa- .. . ............De..rordVeLaod( ). ............ 12-bOn'n. Atlantic,and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbnry and CharlottesUntn..

I *her by a prominent Washington lawyer The Maine legislature has passed abill Arrive" 8 600am;JO am .::.Blue Ban M ford Hnge..... ....., "" II a I ::: :::.. . c
ince deceased who during a businessvlHlt TOTJRISiTSi TXOB.ETS:
punishing the: shooting of a banter 'V"XJSrTEB.
I to London In the early seventies, andTlcketOfflce.2O4W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
Cen'l Passenger
railed on Minister Brhcnclc, who at that by liupi'Irionmrnt' of not nlor.than ten will be on sale throughout: the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States

I, t. time represented title country at the years or''a fine not exceeding $?A00. A,O. HAGKUTY. East'n ........ Agt. F.IRONMONGER,JR.:. Fla,PaM.Aft' all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, daring the season of 1001-1902,tinted
f 2H West St..Jacksonville" Fla.THOS.
York Bay
19 State St. Hew Florida.
court of St. James and with whom be All other game Is protected by law. O.HALEY Local Fre'ghtAgen', I r 0. P.LOVKI.L: Aunt. Fla. Bupt.. to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prlvlledgea
I ", had been well acquainted In America and It U only fair that human /game foot Hogan 8t, Jnokgouvllle" Fla. I Foot Hogan" at., :Jacksonville,Fla.. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sop
bays a writer in the Chicago Herald.llven 1 1.I JOHN. L.. HOWARD Superintendent Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville. Flar piled with all information and handsome advertising/matter.
should have little too. Sla.ue WM. P CLYDE CO., General Agents.
a protection KUKK, General ( r
I I >: la hi. own words the story ruus THEO. Chembrougn Building III State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. For information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, eta, call on or write to

i .t'; ,.. follows: Tltusville, Fla.
C. II. WALTON. Agent
I ,
, .".ll)' the way.' said Schenck as we More Boer prisoner of war have! es- F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agont

i' were about to separate one morning, aped from their place of confinement! 138 West Bay St, Astor Block, Jacksonville, lit.,
\ i' \ what going to do this afternoon
ate you Durrell'a Island Bermuda.. If this B. W. \fVren Traffic Savannah Oa.
I J* 00 ( Passenger Manager, ,

r 'Nothing of moment/ replied\ 'No tort of thing keeps up. the Bermuda. Florida East Coast Ry.Time W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent Savannah! Ga.
i of the
programme in particular. will soon realize the meaning
-;'. 'There Is going to be a poker game at old Ludlow street saying "Der chan laoudt.

.; ., the t Bingham, said Schenck 'and If your ." Table No. 85. la Effect Sept. 1, 1901.
I ':'i:. re for the exercise: I'd like to have you

it"' in. The Prince of Wales will be one of The Duke of York baa encountered 8OUTJIIIOUlfD tRead 00\ (Reed Up) NORTH ] ). :

r , : .the party ..; j\iju.l1l>o..1U N....... u.itl No.lI No.12 ed .
"This last rather daisied me. I reflected his lint "frost" lie met It on the pralles ; _

r that it Isn't given every American of the Northwestern Territories.Nothing DailyS .- Soutbtrn

I, citizen to bluff and raise and draw cards GQ ... . l' V IOOlla v......... ac ennvlns. ........Ar Tii ii Ti :::::: .,:j !:!
I '. Soap 10 0w(! ........80 lOD..IlI..Ly 662p: 552e .... .r ,1
I against a prince born. In the purple. baa been heard from the Indian o4 01&p 111m .......tit. AnlJwotlo, .... .... Ollllp 7 ..... pr 0 0
'I. would go. I cared) not a whit for. poker A W ...... 846p 11ia .". ....... H..fln.... .. ..,....... 0141' 'I Ilia .. x
i'' but It would be an experience whereof to country! to how they regard the q Z E. ...... '1011p IlUllp: .. ........East: Palatka.......... 4611'! 'I00a ..,... ,... B bi784p1104p
I;\ when uptellthem .. .. ... : .. ,.......:.... Neap............. 41111 0211a txi
; t;,,1." tell the babes they grew great; stepfather. ...... W Po4 ...... '14.pll62\l: to ...... .....Blm..ell.i: 400p 0111. 13a.
I bow tI a.mo t. the Prince of Z Po4 ... .. Tbh. U6bp .....,......lI11p..ot.. .......... 4u..p OVo' flIwayDIRUCT
: AA'ales. I told Hchi-nclt I'd be there. lie 0 en .. . lI'p; 1211p" ............Orm..d............ Soup IHIIa ... ... ..... H n_
I doubt for . ... Seep I lOp .,;..... .Da"WDa......... ... U2.'P 52e.. .. ( j t'4....
and was
: eetned delighted no Z 10:4: ...... atop 1.1' ..... ... .i'orb Or..1f'O ....., .. to slip o Oa...... .. t'4"t ,
" he wa* a royal good fellow and liked to 0 08'11I WP Ip' .....:NeW' Smyrns .... :Uup dOua 2 BlIp I""I 0t
I I'' t.. put hi" friends In the way to bo pleased. .' 0611& .. ... Sip .. ......."...Oak Hill...,.,...... 21luV -.... 1/00p 0 td.: ....
: But 1 had Gettiny t= 0110o< . .... Gasp ...........Titus"tIle.... ....... IMp ... IbbpW M"I '"
' y j''i( One thing I forgot the limit. o f'q Eo4 ..... 8411\\. .. ....... Cot<-oa. ..........., to 111'1'' .'.. .... .. 131: '
, a couple of thousand dollars lu London :-I: Z .. .. .. .. .. 1I4Ilp .,...ltook..Kllre. .Il\n"Uon.. .... I ''lIp .. ... ...... y FIC! 0 LI'IoIB-QUICK: TIIVfB TO
r' ,, and felt elegantly safe even superciliously .. . ... 416p" .. .....\.EantJ..III..... ...... 12461.t: =:I '
0 0 ....r.. .. .. .2.'p .......:. M..lbonrne........... 1:1: oil't Washington, Baltimore Pbllaadpbl",
I so."Three. Fi 1.,. .... .. ..... OlJ6p .. .......... ........tI..n.. .......... \11; ...... 0 t='
f$t o'clock came and 1 repaired to Thinis _pa ...... . O bly .. ......... ..80. Ln le.. ........ 11 ..... hIj'7it flew YorK; Chicago Cincinnati,
" the Langham. The others came In later. >.. ban W ..:... .:.:.. 8U6V M ...... ...Fort PI..r........... 1 11 I ...... 0 Q. I0115vllle Atlanta BlrnlNglxm\ ,
l i ...... ...... Sfp'. ............'l.lbbal.... ) ... ... ran ... .
Ii .,,' In addition to the Prince of \V'al li>* rnmv 0't> t bi ...... ... oa'I' ........... ..Eden.. ............ .. 10 he... .... ...... trj.; ... xE4 Qbattanooga mephls St. Loafs Kansas City.
also Anseliu Itothschild of the bank of r-- ....... ."..... 8U11p ., ...........\...J".H8D............. 10 ., 1'\1 to.2: 0w
that name and the Duchess of Marl ::: 113 .... .......... 84Up M ... 8t..rt............. la ; .... ...... x __ AND AI..... POINTS El/tST AISO WEST.
I' y here that the lady all right i if are too fat; lyi .' .... ...... T 12p ......... Hobe t<>..nd......_. .. e . .... .. ... H ....
I'll right you
borough. say Z Z ... ... '1/t1p: .........W..t .Jupiter... ....... Vaba. . .... tai: t=J (-
; 'ti was the best player of the. lot. With and all if thin already o t"t ....'. ....... 11\.1' .......W..tP..hn i3eacb.... .. 11000\. .... ... ... NO OTHER LING ABRVICB LIKE THIS
too .XPfORDS
I' these three Scheuck and I sat down. wrong Fa ED't .. ..... ..... 112tp ...........1Io"lItoon.\.,........ III11Ia .... ...... q b -- -- .
rlnco ...... ...... lillOI' .. .. Delray .. ............ tltla! .. ...... tTJ
Just after I was presented to t> Fat, enough for your habit, i is ...... ,.... slop ,......Tort Lau ..rdal..... . '111.;. ...... ...... M Ia6Sp THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA. ..EXPRESS
. % 1 asked Schenck in a whlxper what limit 4 ...... . ... .. .....LemolllJI17. ..... flWW .. .. hot ...
usually obtained at these poker festivals healthy; a little more, or less i is l4 ... ... . .. 1000 A..MII.nll..I.y. ... 11.110<.. ... f"'" AND THE: U. S. FAST MAILTo

,r there lie replied wa no also limit.la a stro-g aside .that no great harm. Too fat, consult) l>Hff"i Parlor Coon ...u Intuit !15 mid 7MNolNo triev B.ait: and North.
hit .
No 1Dally 0.
with limit .19iN i, u.o'ISDally o. '
a l
', 1 ,' 'The whispered prince ScUenck.never plays'It would Infringe a doctor; too thin, persistently Only und Only Sued Dally ec Bn MATPOBT BRANCH. . Dally OnlyOOupllfiOa Bon THE CIN : IN >*ATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo

,j'I,; ., hi* dignity as a prince.' thin no matte/ what cause, take Yoop fora TIj; T-BOa Cv7. ........... .....I..k..I1Ylll..... .......... ..Ar TTt) 12 ...... the \'V..t: and ISof-tH.\Ve:
"1 felt bit cold after this. My $2,000 lcla. Srep 66Me ..............80..JakItODvll1............... M l 787" 122lp...... .
1 I . a Liver Step ..... .... Fitblo. Beach ........ ........ 'Ioe.*/ ...... The line Asheville Hot
vault Emulsion of Cod yN> Wan 6&6 It lua through "The Land of the ,
the Hank of England Scott's p10| | ...... Sky,
a1. .' banking lu 10 Mull 'TOUi 111M .... . ....... ..Atlentle&wch.. .... .. .. . . Tune 1Wp 4 .
, t' with It. yellow neighbors didn't seem A"I4ftp''''' Il hit till.. ana Ar . .. .. .. ....Mnvnnrfi' .... . ... Lv gr.4A'.1 1 WDUaiPALATKA ...... Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
.t \. auch a wad of money. In fact"began\ Su4 :.r No.fid World., Through Sleeping Car from Jacksonville to
Oil.There Au.W PU.HI suui.r", +' BRANCH .
f .. e to diminish and appear paltry and mean of : P.117 r.u.e.11\1600'Dally) Deily 3J 41y iMll IDeily: I>nil,I icily belly Dally1Dp' Asheville
are many causes get :: l \ \ and Hot Springs North Carolina.
of '" T 72bp
the proposition alecke..ArleTku nip
: when made to face T b; 4l111p III tkJp I j 0.'Ia' LvAr... 72y1i1I
r' ,' a limitless play against tinglaud'a heir apparent ting too thin; they, all come gboilg68pLSpI2bUplltiw: _ftt:: .. :....t.PltlllI< ..Lv11AI.a" / / lean IIWp 'I' tN.l > Choice of Exposition. n. Y.
: with the whole island to draw.on. Routes 'to Pan'flnurlcan Bxffelo,
Ir BAN MA'lfcXJ BKA:'! CH.LT. .

I ; to say nothing of the Hotlmchll.la.but I "was in It under these two, heads: over- 'DaI1 IN.1'I .. .. . . .. .. ....... ..... ..East: Palntk_ .. .. ....... .. ArLv. rjatlyiyibnliy 6u5aITH/p! Through Ve tibuled Trains. Pullman Drawing-room: Sleeping Car*.

, ..' started and couldn't the perspiration yet out. 1 hastily made up work and under-digestion. 1 IIl 66p p 04110<1 Ar ...". . ...... .... . ... . tItIo Slateo. ...... ..... .. ... . ... ...... t 146ai 8W1> Through Coache. i iIIXCUUUEINT

, (t.. my mind to stay long enough t<\ lone' $HH) Stop over-work if you can No 1 ORAVUE!: OITTBRANCH. I Daily I ; BANFORD BRANCH..Daily 1J OINIIVa CAR sn vlca.
111 and
11// or so and then grow suddenly Dallynx I .x Ha 91a.II KxmiIOTP"
k" extricate: n s..lf. It was a 'bappy but, whether you can or not,,, iVl Ku, .. .,. ..Ar Sage' Cv i."TitnsvWe............. I' 12up: Through Trains ,via: The Southern Railway are Operated in Connection
,I thought. 'Ctilil foot would pull OUOllt Ifmy II Ly. .Nesv Heleu.. .......l vOrangeOlty imp. vies. .. ...............IIt1m..L. with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
j.i: ....:...Lake > .
4 losses became too lowerluir."As'we take Scott's Emulsion .of CodLiver . ... ...... / blip 88ia: I ; ........ .....Oata.........."... .M. 11621.
, .211'1" .,.. 60&P Bbbn| .............lCnt..rprt-*.i.......... II''''''' Atk for Tickets via Southern Railway Correspondence Solicited.
...... L'It.Jo. ..
i. sat down however, two: thingshappened balance Orange ; J ................r.Hnfortl.. .. . ... 111'.0.. .
. 5, 1 to disturb my dream of ''''0'1' QH> to yoursell H. F. CARV Florida P..;"'D..r18ftt.,lot W...Bay so..1 AOIUONVILLI.: :rLA.

feet' as a means of escape Schenck was with wo'rk. You can't liven : Th_Pints Tehlas .,,0'. the tlmwt at which train may be oxmtatad. to arrive and depart; L B. HAR.DWICK. ;... ...I P.... Paean. AI*"
I to bank the !game and the first thing the your from the several. .tath.".. bus thMr arrival or dxp.reure"( at the time stated H not troaraa-- W.. -'I', W.B.TAYLOIt: AMU
.UINtoI1UN.D. 0. UA.
t.i. prince said was. '(live me fl.OCH worth it-true but, by it, you teed nor dixM she.Uumpany. hold Itself rmpontibla for any delayor any oououqaeaoM
of chips'IX( : And he said It with no I ingtherefrom. July i, tgol.(

1 I ; more of notice or emphasis than if he : anY::, 'There's a limit' however PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
" :., had alJ. Tas the pie.' -
,t. "I begun to r..allae.tbllt I wia liable to ou'll pay for: it STEAMSHIP --

"' '" lose buy $':.0,10 the first hand.t>efare 'cold Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
To cot
feet' could come to therescue.

.t', s 0.,. my a grief book the made! heir up of the of signed IlothxrhlMs checks placed by- Oil'j .the: readiest cure foican't Arrive[>a.. Miami Key w..t Mon Tn* v_. and anil HaturOay FHday... o lilliI'm aS pm Lon Arrive Havana Key VVTwtV..VT. ..-N,.and aw, and Saturdaya.' bata. .. tIH'00 pmLeave sin Special Low Rates

1 his .,elbow with a blank space for hint to eat," unless it comes of l Key West Tn-i. ..nrl..unda,. v *80: pm Arrive Leave Miami:Jey\J Fridays.e I r'"t..n.I and MouiUy Huns 4uu 8 UU an.'
S ant 10
, Thin he MA with a Arrive Uavanu'\\iO.uud Muitoay New YORK and Eastern Points.
write in the amount. all
I, ; .. Agent
work can'tlong card address anT ,
, blue pencil\ of the editorial brnnj. The your domg no you For cope: of local tbull
UotfUchild. duln't buy chips. .lie played be well and strong without a,. D. RAUNRR A..t. 0..". Pan At->nt.' ST APOTTSTINE. f LATHE "" .
'" In these t'bei'ks.iu wonder I began to Ifkets now on sale via .
i ,
L I sweat, -to be cnught between thu banking some sort of activity.

'; bUlse'of the Ruth"chil"l< and the The.genuine has WALTON RAPID ,CALKING MACHINE *

'I- Dlitwlx empire with ouly $'.:..tlllO: '];!ae this picture on It, Lines

our ray of' epocnniicomrnt In it all was lake no other.If w Stated Great Britain and Canada, Mallory i
United ,
that the JiicJ>.8 -one old la.Iy. too-' you have not Patented in .
l worth of chips. I -- -"-
only iKMijhril.WO tried It, send fer.l .
steered by that and.. nlfhmiKh gruuuluginwartlli. 1 frat sample. Its agreeable [PRICE *4.00 and $$.00 EACH. Should: be used by very Boat Builder in the ,U. Sla -* . .ATLOWHIt
lt $1.11t1O) worth of ihi I" ,
buff | will
aUu S.lifnik amiU-tl appratrhmly II urprKo you.taste _. Usa by some ot tha Principal BOlt Builders in the United Slates. RATES TII\s': 111 ANY OTIiEU.LINE.ln luoJtI1..: I": .
!It-arm! afterward thnt 1 dhl right. Itwoult 1 and herd., ,
SC ...; l Uepapures from Jacksonville
emBOWNE For Sal by IP every Thursday
hetu to. buy C : t *
I etl.ytette
""' - You vales < '
and illustrated : reservation-
/"- Pritchand''Son matter schedule
4s. the 1 was grad of Jas. t. .
11.3 i primer 4O9 Pearl Street, + e t optllp to. I
tint- I w"l.l hove been In a petty Us .Neyv,"Vork.5Oc. ...-' TITU \'ILI.E; .wi.4o* ... ..I., . FLORIDA. ? .. : 5TE. A..... jtQ W.Ba. SL. J,.. . 0, :
, if .'n'\1'1.1 I: l t.lkentll" eehe. shoot I' : "r. 1\. -T"tOND. RentW. I
t \.d1. M.f iturdt' nuriii ,", UiU to go and. $l.OOall drutcii( =-tll.r ..... SEE TIll!: TESTIMOXIALb. UOit PROMINET'\ BOAT BUlLtEUS.) Co H HALLO T 0Y A: o..lJe.era1 Agmq,ld. liuVC11/3p'JvIlt 4llro. dw j. Jf \ !

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T IAN' DESIT7"J:: :: aO'rEJ: .. Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk THE PALMS.
.r li are Being Cured Dally In Spite WEST PALM( BEACH, FLA.A .
ON.T K.INIJIAN-RIVER. By Alphonse Daudet. of Thamral.. :No:Noxious Iro.e.No t

TITUSVILLE : Weakening the :N..rv... A Pleasant first-class, homelike: hotel, located on beautiful I.akeVorth, opposite
It !U the night after a day of battle. r-Itly. Cure for the Liquor Habit. Royal Ponclana Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features,
With face uncovered pule under the Comfort, Courteous attention superior table and service, reasonable rates
FLORIDA. It Is now generally known and understood House renovated. Under
thoroughly New Management Experienced white
leaden soldier1 Is lying.
sky, a young
that drunkenness la disease and
will have of the
waitresses charge dining room. Good Fishing, Hunting and
Ills hands are black with powder and not weakness. A body filled with poison Rates to $!:1
Boating. fll per day. /Special:: by the week. For further Information
Ills clothes are pierced with, bullet and nerves completely shattered by per address: The Palms West Palm Beach, Fla., J. C. Stowers Prop.

I J. G. BAST, Proprietor. holes. lie'was In the very heart of the iodical or constant antidote use of Intoxicating capable of -__- .__---. --_.____-.-_ .- _-- -- --__ ._.-_-- _._.-__--- -
liquors, requires an
battle, under full fire and his con M
and this
neutralizing eradicating poison,
lIKNl< >K SONVII.Ll-%: N. C.
miles seeing him fall, believe him to aud destroying tho craving for Intoxicants.
-, DUCK SHOOTING be dead. But ho still lives. lie calls ./Sufferers:: may now cure themselves -

1- 1 1 + It/N>f with nil his remaining strength, but the at home without publicity or loss THE AVIIEELER HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.Ilomlersonvlllo's .
of time from business this wonderful .
and FISHING. ,
only response Is moans and the gurgle, "HOME GOLD CURE which has been New Rotor

of the death rattle. At last, numb with' perfected after many years of close study Open all the year. Altitude S.SfiO, feet. Tbe ('dryest climate In North Carolina :

Rates: $2.60 per day. cold and pain, exhausted by the whistling and treatment Inebilates. The faithful Golf links Twenty-five acres beautiful grovo. One hundred and twenty-five
of grape and canister the flash use according to directions of this wonderful bedrooms
Electric lights Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ballrooms.
lug of cannons nnd all the scenes of a discovery is positively guaranteedto
$10 and $12 week.
per Mineral, Springs Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys. All modern conveniences.For .
bloody contest and overcome by the cure" the most obstinate case, no matter
i how hard drinker. Our records further information and address
deep quiet of nature he Is on the pointof a rates
show the marvelous transformation ot *
JACKSONVILLE.: T-" giving up and abandoning himself to thousands of drunkards into sober Industrious BARDIN & WHEELER, Proprietors, Hcndersonville, N. C. .

sleep or to death. and upright uien. No consumptives taken.
Suddenly on the far ff horizon be WIVES CURJ5 YOUR HUSBANDS 1 11! .
-- -- - -
sees through his half open eyes three Children cure your fathers! This reme-
black specks come out of the north aud dy Is In no sense nostrum but Is a sne- NEW; YOU: i
)lUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE', FLA. gradually grow larger as they ap elite for this disease only and Is so skillfully ; ', ,

proach. They have wings dark wings devised and prepared that It Is
thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the Fifth Avo. and 15th stroot-
that !hear them on. Soon they stop
taste so that It can be given In a cup of Kensington
Opposite postofflce. located. and above his bead and he sees three ravens Yor
Centrally Thoroughly repaired re- tea or coffee without the knowledge of New .
suspended the white air motionless ,
the person taking It. Thousands of .
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . . with traiiaullllty of beasts of preyon drunkards have cured themselves with Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Pliin. ,

Rates 2.60 per day and the lookout for victims, while the this priceless remedy, and as many more
up. Restaurant the Standard of Excellence
atmosphere Is yet vibrating from the have been cured and made temperate men

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. shock of battle. The almost Imperceptible by having the 'administered by'lov- GEORGE O. HOWE, Proprl.etor.
Wings Ing fnends and relatives without their
beutlng of the great as Late of the St. and other Florida
midair like the knowledge; In coffee or tug, and believe Buckingham, Augustine, hotels
birds In seems
today that they discontinued Inking of .. !
--- -" - -
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE fluttering of three flags of wore each their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. J-
one bearing as Its emblem a hovering Do not be deluded and misleading
FLA. by apparent 45th Street, bet Broadway and Sixth Avenue,
raven. 'Improvement.' Drive out the THE HAMILTON
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open "nave they come for me?" he asked Hiseano at once and for all time. The NEW YORK. .
himself, faint with terror. "HOME GOLD CUKE" Is sold at the
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water lie shudders nn he watches the three extremely low price of One Dollar thus A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably -

Baths, Elevator etc Five minutes from any 'wharf or depot. All ravens descend slowly and perch on a. placing! within reach of everybody a treatment
Located With Comfort and Convenience.
effectual than others every
more costing .
street oars pass the door. Rooms OOo, 7uo and $1 a day. Rooms and hillock but a short distance from him. $25 to $.,O. Full directions accompany .
indeed great birds=fat glossy Furnished and Uofitrnlghod. .
They are
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. each package. Special advice by skilled
Mrs. A.;J. WALKER, Proprietor. and well fed. Not u feather Is missing pbystcrans when requested without extra GEOKOK: W MORTON. I.
from their sleek plumage. Moreover charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the

these birds live In the very midst of world on receipt of $1. Address Dept, . .. - . "---- --
carnage They not only live In It, but C 705; EDWIN n GILES & CO, 2:130.32: : : :!

rhe Windle 1 10 East Forsyth Street.JACKSONVILLE they even thrive on It and look on from Market Bt., 1'hlladolphla. All correspondence Ofllolal Supply HoiiHO of The Illinois Flxliarmon'a Association.Tho -...
l afar-from great heights beyond the strictly confidential. u_,
FLA. ... ,
., reach of bullets)) descending only when Chicago Net and Twine Co.
the regiments are gone and the dead
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and first-class In all appointments and dying meet on the same dreadful Monroe Oortrlne In Australia. Manufacturers of- '

Center of city. Near all oar lines. Open for rooms November 15th; plane.In Australia has been 'giving the British -'
truth..these birds have an air of colonial olfli'i' !some! concern by setting H
Cafe, November 10th. Rooms, one person one day, $1 and uPi; by the
salute one another
Importance. up Monroe: doctrine. Mr Chamberlain
week;$3.60: and up. beaks march to and
with their they had picked ,out the New Hebtide's 0
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. fro as If on dress parade leaving the t'4
for a trod with France lu case
prints of their pointed claws on the
reddened snow. Then when they have that country should be persuaded to !

ST. AUGUSTINE. acted the part of fops to perfection surrender to England the French shore

they begin to croak softly very softly rights In Newfoundland This group

s'r. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. without taking their eyes from the dying of islands, claimed by both France and .
England, though nominally under British I
The Old City By-the-Sea. man. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon. S
"Cousins" says one of them: "I have 'control. lies within a few days', Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. '
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is brought you hither for that little sol steaming! distance of tho Australian tn
Originators Wholesale) Prices direct to the Fishermen.
delightful Sommer Resort.' It has attractions and points of Interest that
dier of France who Is lying there before
coast. .
70-8l-8.'l: E. Indiana St. Chicago 111.
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and BI- ,, ,
you. lie was a proud little spldler The Australians have had their eyeson ...Mentlon The ADVOCATB In letter...
cycling. Boating Fishfog and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all your
animated unusual but ____ __ ._ _
courage possessing U
modern! Improvements that can-contribute! to the comfort of guests. Liberally It an a field for future federal .
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association."San
conducted. Capacity O. Summer Rates: $2 to 2.50 per day $8 to neither prudence nor reflection. expansion ou "a small scale and look
,$12 per week. For further particulars address See his riddled coat and consider how
F. C. HAYDEN Manager.LLGONQDIN many bulls were necessary to bring with hostility on the proposal to surrender __ __._ _ __ u .h _ ._ . _
. him low. Cousins., It Is tine prey and It to France. The Australian

If you are willing .we will partake. But government Will of Course be powerless The

() HOTEL ...FRONTING ON THE PLA A... we must walt yet''a little before we go It the colonial olUce Insists upon the Mateo"fill Nation's. .

ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA.Sea to him. Though his arms are bruised transfer but the fact that the Australian Best Cigar.
and his hands seem powerless h<> parliament Is considering the pro ,
View. Open for rooms only. 'the rooms are large and airy, with would be an object to be feared If ht mulgation of a Monroe doctrine for the 'I

comfortable beds. Rates moderate. should revive." | commonwealth of Australia shows thai I.......

MRS A. S. FELL Proprietress. The .speaker Is the largest of the the tron lIctioD. If It takes place. Till
The two as they listen i'1ov1dtt.
party. others
, oot tend to cement the ties of the great
T 'COc'OA. keep out of the reach of his ferocious empire of which Mr. Chamberlain Is Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

booked beak. lIe continues: toilream."Last opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
"Ah we shall)) soon partake! I will said
price? I
eat his heart. It was a warm valiant .
HOMAS COTTAGE COCOA FLORIDA. heart and will rejuvenate mine." winter an Infant child of| mine FREE BY MAIL TO ANY\ Buxof: .1.00

Does the little soldier bear what they had croup In a violent form," says Elder ADDRESS......J BoxofBO. . . .$1.78
Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. are saying? Is It true then that his John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist,

Bates: $1.60 per day; special terms by week or month.. heart no longer beats? 01l"lIIe1.Chamberlain's Mo. Cough"I gave Remedy'' her a few and doses In ot a s.V.. :Row: is

---.-.------ The second raven takes op the sentence short time all danger was past and the SAN MATEO FLA.
: child recovered." This remedy not only
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1 will his French are -
eat --
eyes. eyes cures croup, but when given as soon as
large and clear' and beaming with life." tbe first symptoms appear, will\ prevent r y f T T rVf \f V T WVJWW *

Quick, opeu your eyes, little soldier the tains no opium or I.
...UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... and cry out loudly. Though you are other harmful substance and may be H
weak from loss of blood, a little still remains given as confidently to a baby as to an .NineHEDBINE.
all and ,
In your veins. adult. Fond. by druggists. !

iotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Alas! Truly do they say that he Is medicine dealers -..**'" Tenths ,

dead.and when their conference ended.

the three and ravenous birds approach beak him and with drooping evil The buildings derided upon for the of Pure Juices from,Natural Roots.
8t Louts World's fair Tbe Globe-
The coming winter this hotel will be under the management of A. L. wings not a quiver passes through _bis says all the I
body. Poor little soldier of Francel! Democrat of that city cover a great the Liver Stomach and Bowels i
Marsh,who haw*been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Com deal more ground than the similar REGULATES
They are going to dismember him.
pany for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 15th: of January next. They will begin with the buttons on structures at the Chicago exposition. PeopleSuffer the System. Purifies the Blood. '-

his coat for these birds of plunder There was no special building devotedto

gather up everything that glistens- education In Chicago. la Be Louis! CURES Malaria Biliousness Constipation

EAU; OALLIE.ndian even blood. Softly the three birds draw the two 'balls for the educational ex Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased ,
near and tbe oldest of them ventures a bible will occupy 735,000 square feet. from a
peck at his finger. Then the/. soldier
This space under roof In St. Louis will
EAU GALLIE, FLA. rouses; his whole frame starts. Every Bollle! Guaranteed (to Give Satisfaction.XJOTTXjJM .
bit at. leant one-third greater than that
[ River Inn J'' House Overlooks the Indian River "lIe Is not dead! He !Is pot dead' at the famous Columbian l exposition at :E..A.a..c.Jo.IIJ: : : : : ., SSBC VXiXi: Z3OSBX1.X .

cry the cowardly birds, retreating to Liver >rio*, OO Cent. ,
Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River and the picturesque npper St. their hillock. Chicago. :

Johns, noted for Black: Bass, elc. Open all 'the year. Rates J.OO: per Ah. no! Tbe little soldier of France Prepared by JAMES 1'. BALLARD St. loud. Mo, t .;
day. t Special rates by the week and month. Table wilt be supplied.with Is not dead. lie raises his head. Indignation Cures IJl
Fish at all times. Oysters and Game In season.P. A. McMILLAN, Proprietor. : has brought back something Poison, Cancer Eczema, etc. ... .., ,- -
of the old spirit Ills eyes grow bright
his nostrils dilate. Tbe air seems less' : YOU WANT A.
Costa Nothing to Try. ;IF ..
heavy and be breathes more freely A
: '
EAU GALLIE FLA. Old obstinate deep-tented cases
permanently ---
ctrl Granada : ray of the pal red winter sun creep \ cured by taking Botanic Blood ,

On Indian River. across the turn and furrowed earth. Abe Balm (B. B. I).). If your blood Is tainted I
In adiulratfon at the melancholy
gazes producing: offensive eruptions aching
The Hotel! Granada Is located at Eau Gallic Fla., 192 miles south of Jacksonville snnnet gradually fading Into bon tland: joints, ulcers, falling hair, iqu- .Building1 Lot
on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating banting and the glimmer of twilight suddenly, under eons patches, sour mouth and throat, .. .
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the me of guesU.! A flrst-claaa homelike the warmth of his extended band scabs or scale, persistent pimples,eating ?'' ,
hotel. Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. the slow melting snow exposes a greed sores, swelling/ sore Up\ drr..ore, dull, ( '
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS.. Eau Oallle\ Fla. point a tiny blade of wheat. aching! lancing shooting you or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, .
have blood the beginnings of
Miracle of liter The feels poison or /
dying man deadly cancer. Don't experiment but LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
EDEN as If be were born agalo. testing his take Botanlo'Blood! Balm (II, B. B.) made GARDEN
or ,
bands on the soil of his fntlierlaod.' be especially to cure all malignant blood *
'tries to sit '01>. From nfiir' the three troubles, like those named above and .
have for sale
We just
probably are seeking
bird watt iIng him prepare for flight Itching scabby, eczema; carbuncles yon
be Hetherbj EDEN, On-Indlaa-RIv, FLA. and when they see him standing op- ,scrofula, rheumatism, cancer blowhumors S8.ttlers" are flocking In but still there ,Is room. If you are
right at lait. searching with trem- etc. Heals ."erYllOr. and stops

One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modem Improvement. ,blloa'atf'p for bis audoud urnrin. they all ache. and paliw. Try It. Cents but looking Ibis way drop a line to ';
Hot and eold bath. -Sulphur Spring. Excellent drinking, water. slowly' rise fronr their hillock and soar $1 at drugglit. Treatment soot free by
Plenty of fruit and Ice Flub Oysters and fresh" vegetables In abund writing to Dr. Rillam 200 Mitchell Hyeel: ,
ance. Northern cooking. House handsomely foroUhed with'all Jhe way toward the north already dark Atlanta O*. Describe trouble and free JAS. E. JNGRAHAM Srd VJce''r..Jdent; .
with night. From the "''ky who fork: .
comforts of a home. Boats Trains stop at Kuxioa Station on the : medical advice given Medicine and free
pLantation. Pineapple district. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS Manager. tbe beating ot their ten-Mile wings and medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. ILOniDA, EAST COAST Jl'Y,
tbe snapping of their strong beaks. It B. B. originated by Dr. GHUm over 90 r ,
la a harried tumultuous flight of mingled years afro 'boniiands have been cured- AUGUSTINE, FLA.

{ OFFICE fear and rage. Oue read. of many after doctors awl patent medicines _. ,_. .
JOB PRINTING - --' -- --- -- -
THE ADVOCATE bandit. wbo, having/ missed their victims bad utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm, -
tight among themselves.as they ((8. B. B.) gives life vigor and strengthto The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing:
rate all :kinds; of :commercial ttltlonery, Wedding Stationary, Cards, Bill, Eta flee. the blood, making It pure and rich. ,




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FLORIDA Visitors who can-' ITEMS OF INTEREST. Robbins & Graham Co. 3EL L. :se.: .U-=- &:, :S

tot call at our stores should write for a -I' DEALERS INGROCERIES -.,

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. Mr. John II. Wyetb. of St. Louis, was

married to Mrs. Nina J. Libby, Nov. 5th, (Incorporated.) GRAIN AND HAY ANDnALL FOOD PRODUCK}

ClloYf; i9 at the residence of the bride's sister, in PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This ,
Kockland, Me. Mr. and Mrs Wyeth Immediately of all kinds. We a MAPES Fhi, ,.FR8;
following the' left owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade< ,
ceremony company
112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville alxo at ;
for the winter home of the at era. Write us for prices on Grain and Groceries, delivered at YOUI. "QIUQIo

8t. Augustine, Palm.Bouch and Nassau Winter Park, Fla., stopping! en route groom fora X- -.AIfcT 3D. S, K. L. BRADY & BRO. . TITUSVILLE i x. '

few days at each of the principal citiesIn .
in the Indian River Country; On the St.

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,, The the East.prize fight for the championship I Lude Rivet; at New River and on BayBlscayne. s. w. CA.EtROLL: :

of the world" between James J. Jefferles I
Prices to suit the times.
; Brewing Asso's and Gus Rublln came off Friday even- I -Dealer In-
I TARRII, DIPHTHERIA, Sore Throator Ing last, at 10) o'clock, at 'Sa: Francisco, Send for Land List.

Famous St. Lout any BLOOD or SKIN dUeaae, HAN when Ruhlln was defeated In the fifth Offices at Tltusvlllo and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND'VEGET ABLE
Keg and Bottled COCK'S LIQUID SULPIIUK lea round, Jefferles proving himself an easy ,
Ileer. guar.anteed winner .Jeffertes was born of English --- Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage ft. 'ed.
: parents, at Los Angles, Cal. Ruhlln was TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Bold by Messrs. F.A, and President Actuary.
Lesley For Sale by W.J. CRATFOUD. born of Swedish parents, at Okron, O.
r 4 H. L. Motlow,Tltusvllle .
y On Saturday the Long Island Automo- Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
.r I I' t 1 By Mr, R.L. Motlow,Cocoa. Fla. bile Club's first race was held at the INDIAN RivE-it-icE F .CTOIZ T

FLORIDA STATE FAIR. Plaza, the entrance of Prospect Park WILL FURNISIEAbstracts .

,I JOSEPH ZAPF Brooklyn. There were about 400( automobiles of Title 'TITUSVILLE, FLA.

On Tuesday morning, at 0 o'clock, the of different makes, sizes and Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special:
; I, Sole Agent. Florida State Agricultural Fair, held at shapes to teat the speed of the various -FOR LANDS IN- for Yachts for Fair mention
paid sacking or frmlly use. dealing U
Jacksonville, opened Its gates for business machines. It was a trial test of oiagainst ; my nunta
I 010 to 030 West Bay Street, and It 11.. .boeo quite a success steam and electricity. The fastest Brevard; County.Office T.WETMORE; Proprietor.J. .

1 y from beginning to end, although the time was madeby Fournier's gasoline under Law Office of
I JACKSONVILLE weather on the first day wee not every, automobile, a mile being covered in /51.8! '
.thing that could be desired. Major G. seconds. A L.Eiker'e electric automobile
1 minute 3 seconds. Steam TITUSVILLB, FLA.
S. Healey, Mr. U. E. Stockbridge and automobile li
i their assistants have been working like S. T. Davis, jr., 1 minute, 15 Goods Shoes
NEAR & TAYLOR Trojans to make It a success, and we are seconds. Tbe upeed made by these ma- Market Dry I
East Coast Meat
pleased to note that their tireless\ eftorte chines was the greatest ever attained.

Artesian Well have met with the reward they so richly Furniture .

I'I'w rr deserve, for they have caused to be A SURPRISE PARTY.The O. F. DUREN, Agent. ,
.: brought together a display of Florida I=::
r .I.( CONTRACTORS products that are hard to beat In any C'D Q: Notions and Millinery
f I l VI slate lathe Union The Florida press many friends of Miss Haltle Bower, w-, .. s .y-.
'J{ t :I Eau faille Fla. has helped along the good cause with all of Georgian, gave her a very pleasant ua .- ,:::r.. .
? Its might and It has been done gratuitously surprise party, last Friday evening, November 0: s:>art New Goods at close prices. a
and without aUnt.. 15, 1001. -
'- Governor Jennings l arrived Monday The evening was spent In dancing, p YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
night from Tallahassee, to made tbe card playing and social chat. Those s_:>> ,:::r.. -
WILLIAM 1CItN1E1 John R. Walker & Co-
: opening address at the Fair. He was accompanied present were Misses Lillie and Margaret

by Adjutant General J. Clifford Carter, Eva and Nellie Owen, Maude TITUSVILLE FLA.Whaler's '

Ills LIFE ANI> WOKIC R. Foster and State Commissioner Lsughlln, Louise and Helen Cannata, _Dd_ tt ,
of Agriculture R. E. McLin. The party Louise Llndabury, Mary Wittfeld, Myra cnO -
BY was met at the train by Mayor Fletcherand Williams tl'ertrudeBreeze. Messrs. Cleveland ry rn y -

I . tJictr.. CHARLEs H. GIIOSVEXOR. President of City Council P. A, Holt, Field, Humphry, Wallace,. Band I I-: b

Prottldcnt's life long Friend. Comrade and part of the reception committee appointed ers, Paxton, LlndaburyCarter, Wittfeld, 'TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
1 In War and Colleague in Congress. Was Jointly from the Board of Trade Jollero: Sanchez, Tuttle, Frey, Provost, Jewelry Store.
and the state:: Fair Association. Chambers, Allen, Ronald, Laughlin and
hlselde with other
near great; men wben Mr. and Mrs Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Buggett.
Ills eyos-we're closed In death. Followed Owing to pressure upon our space, we r ;
unable to full Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Sams and Mrs. Bruner.
are give a report of the ajas
bier to the National Capitol and to ,
proceedings I ; but we may say that all who AmUHemments were kept up untilabout
Canton The General requires a share of' Watches Clocks Silverware Etc
visited the Fair appeared to be quite 11 o'clock, when refreshment, Jewelry, ,
the proceeds of his book to be devoted to
pleased with It Brevard and Dade consisting of lemonade and cake, were
.; a McKlaley Monument Fund. Thus counties made a very creditable display, served. About 12 o'clock the party bid

.r- every to this subscriber fund. Millions becomes of a contributor will be and the Times-Union and Citizen has their hostess good-night, after spendinga SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
old. Everybodv will buy It. Orders for tbe following to say about xJrevard vety pleasant and enjoyable evening.A and Jewelry.. All work warranted for 12 months

the asking. Nobody will refuse. Elegant county : progressive euchre party is to be
; -Mall Orders will receive and careful attention
"The Brevard exhibit Is at the 53r prompt
Photogravure Portrait of President extreme held at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Baggett '.
Xclvinley's last picture taken at the end of the tent, being a part of the tall on Friday evening Nov. 22nd. All
of verdure TITUSVILLE. -' FLORIDA.
of Dade
White House. You can easily and quick pyramid county' ex- are Invited to attend.
bU.tt.. Here can be seen the gorgeous X. Y. Z.
ly clear $1,000 taking orders. Order out
I. display of 1,000) pineapples, the exhibit of
quick. Chance to prove success, ,..e."I -
contract and become C. T. McCarty, of Ankona. These pines MARRIED: IN CHICAGO.
are banked in one solid extending .
ger. up mass
from tbe lowest shelf AttentionGIVEN !
It to pay expense of wrapping, packing and to the topmost The following announcement has been Special
In this number
one. are embraced five .,...
I ,I r mailing elegant prospectus. Taking; 10 different varieties. of received at this office : -
i .: to /60 orders dally. 00,000 copies will be many alze.-the
"?, popular and well known Red Spanish tbe Editor East Coast Advocate. LIFE INSURANCE Rates are
t in this vicinity. Address -
\k Smooth Cayenne, the Abbakka, the Insclous Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Barth announce WAS NEVER EASIER: lower than .
i \' :CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY, Sugar-Loaf .and the Egyptian I the marriage of their daughter, IlAttieLlsetta Hardware Glassware
TO CARRY. for Tinware
i I'.''-. Corcoran Bldg., Onp. U. S. Treasury Queen Each pine has been selected with to Mr. Charles Rboades Clow, years, Crockery, ,

I '' .: Washington; D. C. care and the result together with the ,on Monday,. the 18th of November. 1901, a ind are..._about as low as I H Is possible tot
tl .
flue and tasteful arrangement: makes the Chicago. g e .v.u.Our Harness and Stoves.
I i ' booklets will .
sent on application,
display not only a very complete one, buta The bride' has visited. the East Coast
decidedly I attractive one. None of ther.lneapplesare several winters, and made hosts of friends give much information about F"Our Stock Is Fill
J 't Bock'away Motor Co. Complete and We Can Orders Promptly.
; : small but they are graded while South;' and Mr. Clow can consider :IILslf: Xxa&cixxrcixxoo.: : i
weighing as much as himself very lucky In securing such a
I: r ROCKAWAY BEACH, N. Y. 12 or 14 pounds. Tne combination of colors prize. Her father Is a member of the Contains tables of ages, rates, terms, Jas. Pritchard & Sons'Postoffice
Ii 1 of the Red Shanlsh, i the pale greenof Edward limes Lumber Co., one of tbe conditions, etc."*

... the Egyptian Queen, and the darker, largest lumber firms In tbe United States. Toe companies represented are solvent,
t 'h -; -' tints of the Abbakka, all add effectiveness Mr. Clow Is a very estimable young reliable and liberal. Brie 212,
,' to this exhibit and has several winters '
) man, spent at Titusvilio J.orid.a.
O. S. 15ob.u.yior.TITUSVILLE :
II'I h \ Mr. McCarty had also on exhibition Palm Becrh with his father, Cspt. Clow. ,
, I .'": twenty boxes of several from FLORIDA.
I '" r oranges The ADVOCATE: joins their numerous --- ---
f" \ 1 the grove of Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Tl friends in wishing them a long life of Correspondence Invited.

, !r" tusvllle/ together: with several boxes of connubial bliss and prosperity.A .. FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
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"'I' r,,;" : .. ... . Tangerines, grapefruit, Japanese persimmons ,
I and limes. All the fruit .
I" exhibited -
: Nice Compliment for Hrevurd County's Lake City, Florida
wall In the shuds
grown open, no Florida Magazine
I t ...BUILDERS OF... being used. In the raising of tbe pineapples Title Assessor.COMTHOM.ER'S- Eighteenth Year Beginning Sept. 3O 1901.

: :
f f. Gasoline Launches and ,Motors. Amoug the other exhibitors from\ this OFFICE:, 1 Four courses of four years Agriculture,. Mechanical Engineering: Latin
county is G. M. ,Hardee, of Rockledgo, TAI.UAKASHBE, FLA., > Science, Cla lCI. One year's course In Business, Stenography, Typewriting and

I f" I who snows a fine assortment of oranges; Nov. 0; I90[. ) An Illustrated Literary Monthly Telegraphy. A preparatory course of one or two years as required, forth 8 wishing
The most perfect, economical and easily I marvelous grapefruit In boxes, stacked'In Mr. J. F. Wooten, to prepare for the College. Post-graduate courses are also offered. i
i', handled niotoif made. Two hours.In piles, and on the branches. He has Tax Assessor of Brevard Co. Young men under military discipline Young women under refining horns Influence .

(. .. struction is all that 1s needed. Powerful live boxes on exhibition In alb Dear Sir-I am In receipt of your tan at Foster Hall. Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses veil
r' cheap and durable. Our agent< JosephHsuer'wlli Dr. J. Marlon Dixon, of the DIxon book" for the year 11)01\ and wish to compliment small. Floe modern buildings and first-class equipment.
', ., be In Tltusvllle during week Saw Palmetto Medicine Company of you on tbe correctness thereof, ONE.DOLLAR A YEAR. For catalogues, address
Dec. 9ih afterwards
:. :. commencing Ing towns further South., Will visit-have Tltu vlll has an exhibit of the sabal- as your book Is In a out the best shape T. H.. TALIAFERRO. C. E.. Ph. D.,

. launches 'W exhibition and would be serrulata (commonly known as saw pal of any that has been received at this office. iAddress President.
; W ). He has
metto a table 'on which are'placed The good; old county of Jefferson
: pleased to meet or hear from Interested
" ,s Address In pleasing arrangement, the Is to be congratulated upon the material t
\ parties. products put up by this company. she sends forth to occupy positions of )
II I \ JOSEPH BAUER, There are six of these products-an elixir trust throughout the State, and, In yourself G. D. ACKERLYf PUBLISHER. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.

" E Care ADVOCATE, Titusvllle, Fla. a sirup, tablets, oapsoids, wine of saw as tax assessor of one of the principal .

palmetto, and oil of saw palmetto more counties In the State, she should Jacksouville, Florida . DeLand, Florida.. .
Special Discount to Boat-builders. than one hundred bottles being used In feel particularly gratified at sending '

'I Ia the exhibit. Great medicinal propertiesare forth one among the best county officials -- Courses Study are equivalent to those of the best American Institution

claimed for the extracts of this plant, in the State. NTED-Bey..1 Persons of character. and Building and equipment cost more than $:lOOO.; $6 .OOO will be added to UiU

Notice of Application for PermitTo formerly considered to he worse than Yours truly, rood reputation In each State (one In this men.yrot1ulred plant during tl.e coming year. The University Includes the followingdepnrtroenti:
useless. t )to represent and advertise old established
Bell Liquors. Wines Along the western side of the tent Mr. W. C. CBOOX Comptroller., wealthy business bouse.. with of solid financial Law, College. Academy Normal and Practice School Music, Art, Business.
standing. Salary SIM weekly
4 and Beer. A. L. Hatch, of Hock ledge, has madeau additional all payable In cash each Wednesday expenses Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice In the courts d,
Individual exhibit direct from bead office. Horse and carriage furnished Florida without examination.For
hiving a large space .
r James L. Gates AI legos Interest la a' HI* when References. Encloseselfaddressed
HEREBY OIVEJf THAT filled up with stands, pedestals and pyramids necessary. catalogue address the .
Tract o( Florid Land. stamped envelope." Manager,aid president
PUBLIC UlLDKttTH: has Iliad with the Hoard on which are arranged A neat collection Caxton Building,Ch oago. SOdeoTeacliers
of County Commissioners of Hrerard County of palms and plants, crotons being J. F. FORBES.
In the Btsie of Florida,his
application for a James L. Gates, of New York and --
a specialty. All of these plants will be -
termlt to sell liquor* wine and beer In Election Examination.By
IMitrlot No. 8.of said County Hid State| bat sold during the Fair. There are many Milwaukee Is suing John Paul a millionaire .
ouch a"I.lIoatlou will be acted on by: the M| ." Hoard of County Coinmlsitlonen M their next for sixth Interest In of'OOOOCIDacre. WARREN FITCH.Dealer
a tract
regular meeting, which will be held on the ttral attractive feature Is a dozen or more a virtue of an order from the State .
Tuesday in December A. 1>. IDOt at I o'clock In large fronds of the date palm,being used of valuable land In Florida alleg Superintendent of Public Instruction, a In-
the afternoon of sold 'rr.ftJ Bald Boardhereby a. a decorative back ground. These log it Is due him for securing the property regular Ufilforro: Examination of teachers -
call upon any euoh Mention t fronds all from fur Mr. Paul. An ADVOCATE: correspondent HIDES, ,FURS ALLIGATOR SKINS BEESWAX! TALLOW ETC., ETC+
IMstriot who may deiilre. to do so, to show cause were cut trees growl eg In for Brevard county will be held in ,
I If any chore ..... at the said next regular' meeting . Mr. Hatch's garden at Rookledge. says that if Mr. Gates wins his the public school building at Tltusvllle, Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention.

l granted of saW to the Board said, why applicant.such, perurit shall not be The exhibit of palms and fern and Interest will be worth from $300OU to commencing Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1K! >1. P..O. Box 861 _ . Jacksonville, Florida<
'(S By order of the Hoard at County Commissionn other plants' the Dade and Brevard 1100,000. lie alleges that several years This examination Is made mandatory, .
'.. of BreTard COU"I't Florida. county exhibits would be notable'ln any ago Mr. Paul wished to get pine hold- and applies to every teacher In the county - -
,; Till the Sttt day of P oveetber. A. D. 1901. fair or exposition In the world. It Is a logs Jn the South, and he procured the holding/ tumporary c.rtIRcate.or

[Seal] of tbe JOH.V Board R.of WALK County Kit.Cnalriuan Comet . sweeping/: statement,'and yet It is no more property wanted, but after obtaining teaching without a regular certificate issued SEEDS.

;, nilaaloneni, lireyard County, ..... than true to say that an exhibit of such possession Mr.. Paul never paid him hi. npon Florida State Uniform County
character and merit was probably never commission. Rxamlnation, In pursuance of the law,.
II' Clyde Steamship Line. given In any fair before. These plants and will also afford opportunity for any ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
are sent by the Florida East Coast Hotel Death of Mr Bunting person desirous of teaching to qualify
F Company. The people of Jacksonville themselves Texts same as were used
: Tickets and reservations via the Clyde and Florida have the to last
Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. In this magnificent display opportunity something see After an Illness of two months Mr. 0. Iia September R.examination E. Alms, Co. Snpt. GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Garden Seed

IL Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tttusvllle. probably unequaled where. The T. Bunting, a prominent merchant of St. Florida Seed ,
i ; the exhibit are valued any at 10000.plantsIn Augustine, died at 1 o'clock on Wednesday Rye and 00 Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.

, i An Interesting feature of the Brevard morning, at his home oa St. George/ Wedding Stationery. BySend for Catalogue. .
His death ,
street. was not unexpected
Spray Your Trees. county exhibit which was received yesterday as he had been hovering between life Tbe ADVOCATE: having received a nice

Florida morning Kxtract, Is the exhibit of the and death for the past week' lot of the latest type and stationery, Is L. CAMERON. The Seed Store

I have the'agency, for one of the beet tannlo acid and leathers Company tanned palmetto by the DOW Wedding prepared Invitations to execute, Announcements on short notice I2B East Bay Street. JACKS NVILLE. FLA.

Automatic*Rochester Sprayers made, and use' of this extract. The specimens of Tot,Causes Night Alarm. and Ladles visiting cards. Givens I
t It will be oo exhibition at the registration beautifully tanned leather are your
numerous "
office In the Court-houae, Tltusvllle and tbeylllu"trate..almportan' Florida "One night my brother's baby was orders .
during Circuit Court week. Come andsee Industry. The company Is located at taken with croup" writes Mrs. J. U. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Sule

It. TOM: Jonssox' Tltusvllle, and Wm. M. Brown Is Its Solder of Crit'enden Ky., "U seemed It TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. lUfliA
LaGrange, Fla. president. would strangle before we could /get a

doctor, so we gave It Dr. King's NewDiscovery The following are the times of arrival :rc..6.:: .. :80"U.rS: &; 00.
i' for Bale .which gave quick relief and and departure of passenger trains to and
WALTON CALKING TOOL Is one of permanently oared Ik We always keep

e I.....,k the best things .for. boa bullden and -' it In the bouse to protect oar children from Titnsville: GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
"_ :yachtsmen; price ...00 and $3.00each. A nine .room house, nicely finished from croup and "whooping cough. It Tttosvtlle for Miami and at S M DJn, ,
.' .For sale at .1... Prltohard Sou's, and In good condition located near the cured me of* chronic bronchial trouble Intermediate points.JaeasonTill .

: Titnsvllle' Fla., court house on the corner of Palm and that no other remedy would relieve." r 1rO..aotnrD. .. Flours Grits Meal and Fertilizers |
Palmetto Sts. Infallible for colds throat and Lan Tita.vllle for at 1: aB.m.
: .Apply on premises or toM eoughs, and Intermediate point. l na
IreReading notice ads. on this page L). U Donsox, lung trouble. Meta sod $1. Trial booties TltusTtlle for a T its t ovra 112 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. UAgta.
an live cents per line per week. 3m Tltnsville, Fla. free at B. R. Wilson... Son's. Arrtree TltosTlUe from Seaford a |an: pj .forPurioa Feed. .
,; I Warehouses. on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and :Plant Syste
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