Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00054
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00054
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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:18. 3STo. 16. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY:, NOV. 27, 1896. Price, 5c. ,

NEWS DOLLS! DOLLS M DOLLS! 1 Of all I Head Till Column Carefully. SOMETHING NEW-combination dollsat A VERY PRETTY LINE of china pin ;3C* OtVKTIIK. "ADYOCATE" AN :

LOCAL descriptions and sizes dressed and 1 Mrs. Reynolds. These m quite a trays-dollcnW designs-wot'jkl makean AUVX. Ik In a Good Advertising Medium il:

Topic of General Interest. undressed, sleeping] double-jointed, of LOCAL AI>VT*. Ten Cents Per Line, Per novelty. My! won't the ehllilron be elegant gift for wife, motlir, slston for those who wv&t to increase
nd kid, rag and other matf'rial-at prices Week, on tills (front) page: pleased with them. or best girl, M Mrs. U. W. Reynold 'theibwviaoatl.ttOT1.i.] '
astonishingly. low, at Mrs. Reynolds

CHRISTMAS TOYS at Mrs H. W. Rey A NICE OXFORD or FamlHf Bible IK Have YouAny "ItMahlt'M<< or
$ IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and nolds. A vast and elegant: assortment an appropriate/ Christmas/ !gift, and XOTKS.
For SD?
R'oAT5' Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for which will be sure to delight the chI) I Chaffee A Co. are selling them at Poultry -

the ADVOCATE. dren. See them before purchasing prices you can afford to pay. Wtraaa to stop. Sea lint ot hotels] oa

Judge J. D. Beggs. of Orlando] wasa elsewhere. Popular pilcos.llKAr Supt. C. B. Knott, of the FIt..IaEllllt.. Mir 7th pogoRemontbor

pleasant] caller at this oltice to-day Coast llotel l System, regasels that truck Titutvtllo\ boa hotel. '
-"e are sorry to ]learn that M\'". W. and poultry men along the Kant, Const two
-Civil Engineer Franldyn Sheen, of >Qt.'AitTKim for Singer sewing ma M. Woodward halt been quite sick the communicate with 11'tllll'lIIlt the sea tspvn. tlll'nltH'tah, the Uavvlliig' public.

Went Palm Beach, will noon go to St, chines.. W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville.HIKE'S past few days. son, stating what they tuive: for sale and Hotel AiugoiD. Atlanta. which caters

Lucie Inlet, to make a fishing boundniy.Messrs. -=The dance at the Opera house lust quoting prices, as lie has established M for the tourist mule,. U conducted' upon f

R. W. Ooode, of Melbourne; Root Ueer-the great summer light was enjoyed by quite a number of purchasing( dcpartnwikt. for vootetllhloslolllt..ry / both the American rt.trEm''p"au plans.Mr. ;

and A. Near, of Eau Gallic, gave: out di'Ink-at F. S. Chaffee Co'n. our young people.Mr. eggs, etc.MnyorSwift H. E. ItomlM. wanager 4>* the New I

oflice a pleasant call on Wednesday.: L. C. Moore, of Erclldoune Inn, Rot-kledgo hotel, liockTedge, announce
-Major Louis McLane, of Fitzgerald 8I:NOMI: machine attachments suppliedby i hall! purchased a horse slut surrey' to Ones to. 1.111'Vur h. that that house I la BOW ready to> receive'
W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville.
? Fla., spent from Tuesday until Wednesday meet the trains at RosoUiul.State's : guests. I

rnr morning in town. Mayor Swift and a party of piomlaontCblcngoanH The transfer. of the I.ivK.mle- hotel (M.AiigustlHiipioi I
,aN.l'tilJrlflh BUREAU TRAYS Call and the Attorney .1. D. Beggs, and '
see passed through Tltiis-vlUo, ) iity fl'OIOs., Abbott :
-Mis. R. P. PaddlHon left here Wednesday Major St. Clulr'Abiatna were the
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pretty china: hand-painted stock at Monday, In the mayor's, pilvato car to Victor Uinutson ttuvtadonSatii-: l'-
for Eau Gallic to Thanksgiving prominent in town this week.
spend Mrs. Reynolds. al'1'lv.RIIi Chesapeake. They were having quiet. I day hvnt
her .
Day son, Ueoige.Mr. -77 was the lucky number in the doll rubber of whist while the train trtoppcdhere.
Mr. rhAft.: R. Galltavd tho
oJt \ II. E. Bemis, manager of the, As an advertising medium, no raffle at Mis. Reynolds, Wednesday Mayor Swift. was very 111 when ho clerk of Hotel ; popularroom Miami.

New Rockledge] hotel, Rocklmlge, returned paper on the East Coast. can beat the night, and Mrs. L. A. Brady held It. came south last winter, and nvtny said gave\ the ADVOCATE ufltatt Conolly n pleasant/ cull !
home Wednesday, after A business ADVOCATK. Give trial advt. ho had narrow escape of musing( 'in
: us a -Mrs. II. W. Reynolds] is expecting oi\Suturdiy ]List. I
trip to Jacksonville.Mr. and bo convinced of the pink papei'sworth. her stock of baby l buggies, chairs, tables, his check For about sixteen yours
Mouth winter holds the I !
he IIHS been coming every Mr. Asa S. LonrulM again
and Mrs. Win. M. Merwin. of etc., etc., about the lUst of next week.
and oxpeots to upend about two weeks, J"NliUolof loom clerk antI Mr. A. I.. [
Milford, Conn., retained to their lino -Mr. J. O. Walton left here, Monday this time, with his son Georgo, on their bluish that of cushier, at Hotel Alcazar, ,
winter home at Kockledge on Wednes MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING at on a short visit to Jacksonville and pineapple plantation nt Lake Worth. HI. Augustine, thin season \
rH MiHT11INT day. Mr. Merwin was pleased tin,t Mrs. II. W. Reynolds', Titusville. Georgia.; He Is expected home tomorrow -
; "sound the James J. the position f-
money" won day (Saturday: i Mr. Gogitn occupies
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---- - Another Offer to Fruit Growers. of stenographer, and Mr. Piituk R.Rumllnger .
:-Mr. Gene Randall, of Boston, passed Contractor and Mrs. J. A. McDonald, act aa chief bookkeeper In
at this office. Senator M. S. Quay and party after
PRINTING through here route to ,
Wednesday, en
jy-JOB who have been to New Haven, Conn., to Supt.: U. B. Knott'a office, St. Augustine
Eau Gallic and Miami. Mr. Randall spendlny about two weeks at St. Lucie, attend the funeral of Mr. John Mo- Wrol'f\C1t: \ llAVKN: Kl.A., I

spent ]last winter at Sarno; and no doubt passed through here, Monday, en route Donald, returned to their home at Nov. 8.1:\, 18M. The Tampa Bay hotel, Tampa, will bopened ..
HRISTMAS TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds. his many friends gave him a glad wel to Beaver, Pa. Miami on Tuesday.Mr. Editor' Adeucate l on IX'O. 3rd, to remain so until

come on his arrival at Eau Oallie -Mr. C. R. Galllaid, the genial clerk April. Tho hotel will again ho underlie
and Mrs\ Honj. Jerome, of Dear Sir-I note In a paragraph In last ( management of D. P. Hathaway
-Ifr. Chas. Thomas left hero, Tues- Mayor John B. Reilly, of Miami, ar- of the Conolly House, at Miami, was a. Brantley, who have been spending the week's ADVOCATE: that the Florida! East
&y, for St. Augustine, to spend a few lived in town Tuesday, for the purposeof passenger on Wednesday's train to St. summer with relatives In Connecticut, Coast Railway have offered to reduce Its Mr. Fred Starry, manager of the hotel
evidence in the of Augustine.Mr. Royal Polnolana anti Piilm Bench Inn, I
giving liquor caso
&1S have returned to Indian River The freight rate one-half on fruit trees that
Indian River have been sell- Losley &; Renaker vs. the Fort Dallas W. W. Russell passed. through steamer Comanohe brought them from are to bo planted along their line. I will and at Virginia hot Springs, walt R recent

gin the Titusville oranges market for some Land Company, and remained* here until here, Wednesday, on his way to Ormond, New York \0 Jacksonville make It yet better. For all onlois of arrival Now York City, accompanied
his wife.
eeks past yesterday. to spend Thanksgiving Day with his Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Robert of $40 and unwinds for fruit tees, I will by I
-Major St. Clair Abams, of Jackson- wife and family. Titusville prepay freight; from my nursery to placeof ] 14. C. Moore, proprietor of the Erclldounu -
New York
-Capt. E. E. Valll; of Miami, who bas ville, one of the most prominent crimi- passed through destination! / on any suction reached by Inn, at Rosuland, passed/ through I
en on a visit to St. Augustine, re- -The Flol'ltlEa; t Coast Railway will Wednesday, en route to Palm Bunch, railioad. JAMKM Morr. here his to Jacksonville -
nal lawyers In the state, who has been Monday/ on way
add parlor car the regular] train Where they have a host of lends, who .
a on
irned to Dude County, on Monday. attending Circuit Court In Titusville, soon to order a stook of supplies and
welcome them winter when
between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.: gladly every
attend to other matter In connection
-Don't the entertain- this week, the .ADVOCATE a pleasant
forget grand gave
The tI'avelln past seasons.. did not war- they visit Lake Worth net\\lcn 1'aliii IltMicli and
ent at the Opera house this (Friday) call on Wednesday. We appreciatethe with his hotul.Mis. .
the of until about
eniug at eight o'clock.Mr. Compliments office. the genial major paid December rant use 1, but a parlor it Is car thought that It editor-Mr.of Willis the Lake M. Myers Worth, News late ,associate Is now Nasaa. J. C. Holsor will bo associated i i {

Louis A. Brady returned to our will be necessary sooner this year. In charge of the editorial department of with Mr Jus. I' Vlntng, In the management \
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Seaboard of New York, the Florida ] of of Hotel Coquina, Ormond, and I I
wn from Miami on Tuesday, after a 'Take particular note of the ads of the Cocoa and Rockledgo News, the Rev. / says
ndajs' divine services at Jupiter on Sunday Enst Const btoanishli company, In tile firm name, ns heretofore, will be :
stay. of
E. V. Blackman retiring on account
next, the 29th inst., at 11 a. m. ; and at those merchants are soliciting your connection\ with the Klnilda, East: Coast "Selsor'; Vining." Hotel Coquina will j|
-Mr. T. E. Burns, of Eaii Gallic, was Ilobe Sound at.'i(0: p. m. the same d.iy. patronage: and buy from them. A merchant increased udnistorialduties.to Jacksonville Mr. Blackman Hotel system, which Is managed by Mr.H. bo ready to receive guests. on Thuisday j J
went on Tuesday.
does bid for In
who not
pleasant caller at this office Wednes- patronage '
At Eden and Jensen on Monday, the 'M Is M. Khiglur, will steamship next, Dec. 3rd. I'
of keen
these days competition, something
'y.' th inst., and at Fort Pierce on Tuesday, like the politician who thought Among: the down-river arrivals In passenger service between Nassau and It la now stated that Mr. Warren F. 11Loland

-Titusville has been quite lively this Deo. 1st. himself. ] too well known to ask for a vote, town this week were Wm. Treutler, W. Florida, this wlnt 'r. The service will 110 of Now Yorkwlll manage\ the 11
eek, and our hotels] have been doing a and and-got badly left. "Help those who Ii. II. Glcason, John Wai lor, R. W. opened about the mlilillo\ of January, had Wlndor hotel, Jacksonville, this winter, r
and( busi ne88. i As the election is now over Is good motto. Goode, W. H. Robinson, M. H. Mains' will continue for sevuiul months. Thoto but It will open about Jan. 13th: under ,
solidprospel'ou8 help you" a
everything Is settling down to a will be three sailings week In thu busy '
T. A 'l'ourman, T. H. Sanders, W (I. the management of n Mr. Yard], of Lakewood -
-Commodore and Mrs. Fred Hughes, and basis: we would) be glad -Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider and Miss Paterson, 1[. Olmstoad, T. E Hums, season and two at other times It Is N. Vt :Mr. Yard washers recently
o i their yacht Jupiter, were on Lake If our subscribers would examine the Mable\ Snider, of Cincinnati, 0., passed J. II. I). Smith, J. McAllister, J. II. stated that the membeiH of the Florida and looked, over the house. He went .

forth this week. name-and-date slip, pasted upon their through hero, Wednesday, on their way Rellloy, J. II. Sams, A. R. Hodgson, T.J. Press' Association. will fake a trip to north to engage ]help for the season, and
-Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne paper or wrapper weekly. Remittances to hubs Sound Miss Mabel was look- O'Brien, Julius Tyler and A. Near. Nassau somu tlmo In January, aud that will return In about a month' time to
nee, retained home Tuesday after a are now in order. Ing as bright Iever, and we have no they will be the guests of Mr. Flnglor] on get the house In readiness for guests. .
sit to Jacksonville- -The annual report of licenses for doubt she will have a good time ciuls- Thanksgiving Day In Titusville that occasion.1'rof. .
Issued by Tax CollectorE. Ing on her uncle's house-boat this winter passed oil without anything of importance The Coronado !hotel, Coionado Beach,
-On our 2nd page will bo found an Brevard county,certified to Mr. Snider looks younger than ever since to note. The bank and postotlloo I will be In chiirgu of Mr. Alfred G. Sharpand
terming article entitled "Good Ternary W. Hall,will and be found on byJedgeM.3id ,: of his second marriage. As usual, ho closed] for the day, and most of our Cory', IIoiiMU-lIotit. 1 the Misses Nell and Flo. Sharp during
; It Alms and Objects." I S. Jones, and page brought his fine parrot along. stores suspended business part of the I the winter season, under whichhrmtnageinent
the freeze con-
this Issue. Owing; to Prof. Chas II. Cory, Boston' prominent -;
day. Services were held at the Episcopal It will be certain to receive
-Quite a few of our down-river resists l- sequent departure of many of pur merch- Messrs. C. W. Brown rlgg and 1[. churched. There and well-known author and naturalist I It deserves both from Flur-
Presbyterian the -
paid ,their respects to the ADVO- ants for other parts, the license list is Kent have been busily engaged. this was also an oyster bake and a dance. and founder of the Florida Museum' Idlans support and others wishing. to have an

ATE this week. We are always pleased not so lengthy as heretofore. week putting their schooner-yacht in a Mr. J. Happersette, of the Indian River of Natural History, who passed through I enjoyable time on the ocean beach Mr.

"elcome our friends.Mr. -Captain Tony Canova, who has been I good state of repair for cruising on hotel; and Mr. J. (i. Bast, of the Grand Tltusvlllo on Saturday last, asked us to .' Frank Sharp, who Is. owner and proprietor -
well known launch Indian River She looks well In tier new state that his' house-boat did not sink will devote his
Dearborn hotel
Eugene several weeks piloting a naphtha View hotel, furnished their guests witha of the above ,
Indian River Tltus- Florida arrived the coat of white paint; and when she gets while lying at West Jupiter; that she Coronado
passed through from New York to dinner of a reclifn-hn. description. attention for a while to Improving -
lie, Friday last, en route from Jackson- first of the week at Jacksonville, wherehe that new suit of nails, the owners may had been merely] hauled out on the waysto ,' Paik, which resort he hopes to
He to Miami. left the launch. Ho returned to Rock- feel proud of her. Mr. A. Cecil Brown- undergo thorough Inspection before I open to the public next year.Cuuuweral .
train on Monday, saying he rlgg, of Orlando] arrived hero, Tuesday, Death of Miss 1'lIlne. being put In commission. His attentionwas
-Capt. C. F. Fischer and Ex-Marshal ledge by and joined the party. called to the matter by several of -
" T. Coodey returned from their hunting had had a long, tiresome water trip. ,i. his friends. In Boston and New York CI tl17. I
I excursion in the Banana River sec- south. -Mr. E. M. Goodall, of Sanford, Mo., Miss Avis Paine, of Minneapolis, who had read I It In the ADVOCATE) analho
lon, the first of will an- was in town from Tuesday until Wednesday Minn., Is dead. Not very long since Mis. -
the week. They repoitirly -Tbe Good Templars give said he would like to have the error
good sport. other interesting public meeting at the looking after his naphtha buncband J. )f. Paine and her daughter were on corrected.The The above club-house will open for
church, Tuesday evening, orange grove. lIe accompanied his their way to their line winter home at information came to1S from thu season on Monday next, the :ifOthI
f-British VIce-Consul Edward Sudlow, December Presbyterian IRt, beginning 7M:: o'clock. mother as far as Daytona, and then cameon Cocoa, but Miss Paine was taken ill at what we considered a reliable source, I nut", when several of the members are
Jacksonville; and Mr. C. Stuart Bailey will consist of vocal and to THusvllle. Mr. Guodall remains Thomasvllle, On., where she recently died but had been expected to be on baud.] There are only
f St. Augustine/ inventor "Palntoff," The programme mutic addresses, recitations with his mother until Monday, when he of lung trouble, and bur remains were misinformed.It peons our correspondent eighteen member In the club, Dr. Win. ,
Passed through here, Monday, en route instrumental Everybody, Is cordially In- will return to Maine. lIe hopes to be In returned to Minneapolis for Interment. Appleton having retired. The following
to Dade county etc.Admission free. Titusville In December, to take a cruise Deceased was a bright and charming -- -- are the names of the member:

-Miami and St. Lucie items cameo vited. down Indian River in his launcJu.1 young lady, and had a host of friends. on Mr. Flugler: In TltuavUle. Chas. B. Cory: Chas. I'. Horton, James
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins gavean Indian River and at DeLand, where she Merrill\ Frederic
late for insertion this week. Our John D. Bioome of Orlando M. Codman, !. Watson
bake last night on the river e attended school at Stetson University for H. M. Flagler 'E president of the '
correspondents will oblige if they willdOd oyster arrived here, Monday, to hold lrevardCounty *<| Amory, Chas. W. Amory, Alexander I'
their items not later than Wednes- bank, In front of their residence In South Circuit Court. From here he some time. We join with the many Florida East Coast Railway, stopped Tochrane, T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., .

iM we go to press 'early Friday Titusville, to a number of their many will proceed to Juno to bold court, and lends. of the Paine family In extendingour hero about ten minutes Tuesday. on his Wm. E. C. Eustl, Francis L. Hlgglnson. .
marnioq| friends, who did justice to the finely- from Dade county the Judge tells us deep sympathy. way to Palm Beach and Miami. lie arrived Geo. Von L. Meyer, Fraud W. Surjent,
baked oysters. After the bake, some of he will to Jacksonville to join In his private car No. IK); and attached Dudley B. Fay, David Hears, Robert C. .%
Miss Leila Anthony came up from the payty adjourned to the house, where that go will then returnto to the special train was also Vice- Heaton, Frank E. Simpson, Cha. G. ,".,"
Georgiana Thursday, on a visit to her they enjoyed listening to the grapha- Mrs.Orlando.Broome.Judge They. Broome Titus Bad<< Death of a Little Boy. Prenldant J. R. Parrott' private car No. Weld, Stephen 1[. Weld. '

parent, her many friends being glad to phone. Refreshments terminated a very ahead of Orlando In says one thing, 1)1 and a baggage car. Mr. Flngler had The officers of the club are a* follow" :
Ie4 Her in town again. She attended the pleasant evening. ville Us Is electric light plant. Arthur Duren, the 7-year-oM] son of just arrived from New York. The party Mr. James M. Codman, president; Mr.

oyster bit bake given by Mr. and Mrs. Rob -Prof. Chas. B. Cory, Mrs.\ Cory, Miss vU., Mr and Mm. G. 1<.. Duren, of thin. place, on board both cars. comprised II. M. ltobt. C. Heaton, secretary; )(r.Oeo. W. "
last' night and she ] enjoyed Perkins the Western Union Esq. Vice-President J. R. Par-
J certainly maids through -Sam died last Saturday night from Inflammation Flagler, Morton, manager.
those delicious bivalves.Mrs. Cory,Saturday and two last, on their! way to Mr.Cory's operator at this place, essayed to have a :. of the stomach, caused by wallowIng rott. Land Commissioner E. Ingraham, Canaveral Club U tho most prominent
Geo. F. Enaey of Tropic, who here house-boat at West: Jupiter: little fun at the expense of the marshal a considerable quantity of chewing Supt. R. T. Goff, Col. W. D. ('hlpley.Contractor hunting club on the East Coast of Florida I
be been spending a week, or so with her had two friends with him on Tuesday night by dressing up as a /gum which had been thrown out of J. A. MacDonald and Mr. J. and among its member are some of
bother, }Irs. M. E. Titus left for homea The professor said it was probable they would tramp; but "Rod" was equal to the occasion Duren A Feaster's store a* being unfit C. Salter, Mr. Flagler' private secretary. the crack shot of Boston. It was founded
Monday, saying her mother, was much and he short bunting trip with him and put the joker In durance,vile for sale. The gum wan eaten by the In conversation with an ADVOCATE representative by that noted naturalist and hunter
better In health. go on a Palm Beach. lIe may for a short while to quiet his exuberant little fellow last Tuesday, week, and the Mr. Flagler said he "wait Prof. Chas. B. Cory, of Boston.
friend Mrs. Ensey' her many in before going to to Blscayne Bay plrlts. The affair afforded the boys quitea following day he was taken sick Effort much pleased with the outlook for this The steamer Canaveral, In command ,
always to "
pleased see house-boat
townare move winter. For some time to deal of amusement, as they were in the were made to dislodge the mUll In his season, and he expected quite a number of Capt. Wm. Jeffords, got up steam oa
later on In the will be busy getting secret; but it Is said that one or two stomach, but without avail. He wan of people couth during this winter. Hewa Sunday morning, and made her first trip !
of-Mr. A.. G. n nUn. of the law firm come, Mr. Cory at his Palm Beach of them gave the marshal the "tip", and burled on Sunday at the La Grange on his annual tour of Inspection of for the season to Canaveral Club-house. .
- Parrott llamlln baa been In townneral everything In order he enjoyed the fun as much as the balance metery. Several other children ate of the railway, hotel, etc., and expected to Mr.; Oeo. W. Morton, manager of the I

days this week aa attorney In the museum. of the crowd-probably more so. the gum, but were not affected by It, be In St. Augustine to-day. After a club, was on board.
J*I of the Fort Dallas Land Co., MiUttir Major A. Shulson, traveling land with the exception of Mr. and Mrs. short stay In the Ancient Cltle, Mr. 1
8ley Renaker & agent of the Florida East Coast Railway, little Duron's little girl who was sick for several Flagler Intended returning to New York,
JL Were represented byoJudge passed through here on Saturday after- TOYS to please] at ChaffeeA days, but aloe I la now well again. but would again visit the East Coast Grapple Dredges

bbntae: a. Jones and Major A. St. Clair noon last, on his way to Dade county.He ; Co.'s, Drug Store, Titusville. The ADVOCATK: joins with our townspeople later In the season. -
b "and the Fort Dallas Land Co. was accompanied by Professor Phil In sympathizing with the parent For canal work, clearing swamp, etc., y
,AttorneYI Geo. M' Robbins' and A. O. Dowell, a former professor of the Sheffield to Kent. in their sad loss. THE GIRLS WANT SOMETHING NEW I half yard to any capacity desired, "whichare
lIaJJ1l1n. Rooms
School of Yale, who recently arriv- Furnished to play with. How about those skip rapid In operation and low In price.Address .

ed from New Haven, Conn. Professor ping rope at Mr*. Reynolds? EDMUND M. IVKHS, a; t
00 To MRS. REYNOLDS for toy. Dowell ha been engaged by the owner Three furnished rooms to rent. Applyat ] OH I GIRLS I H you want a neat little 0.25-11.23 Chattanooga, Tenn ,
your .
of .. new settlement in Dade county, the Ray Cottage, Titusvllle, Fix preaentfor that sweetheart, examine Cedar Lop Wanted. I
called Holland, to analyze the mock those fine, silver moustache comb at For Flnt-claM Orange
For Sale Cheap. lands of that tec- Chaffee A, ; Co.'*, ,Titusvlll a'
In the swamp '
found Bones Wanted. I will pay cash for first quality log \ I
Uon. toe that will qnar 10 Inches up; )length, Lemon and Grapefruit Tree, orde< .J r

al"o; flee pool and OM billiard table; that immense Save your bone and send them to tM GET YOUR Xmas tree at 7ft., up. AddreM: from GEO.: II. WBIOHT, .
npiete.; For particulars write to DON'T FORGET to examine H. W.Reynold Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville Mr*. Reynold A large and varied GERARD n. AHDKBSOJT.133t bole owner and manager of Orlandq.
Mr .
J.,B. .7001llr, display of dolls at Fla. Will pay cash for them. stock to select from : booth Jacksonville, Fla. Nanerle, Orlando, Fla. .

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administered to millions of people. "You are charged," said the judge, The only Inheritance many ,receive
Florida East Coast
pis* -:1; Hundreds of thousands of souls] have "with riding your bicycle] through the from their ancestors Is impure blood. Rail.vaFOUMEULY
i ? : Fortunately it is In eveiyone's power to
Merit been redeemed from the drink curse streets at a rate exceeding ten miles an transmit a cleaner heritage to their posterity I U

1 : through its Instrumentality, and hun hour." "Ten miles?" said the man by the simple] use of Ayer's Sar' TIlE

dreds of thousands of earnest Templar] whose new wheel] had run away with saparllla, the only blood-purifier admIt- JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway
'Made: and Merit Maintain the con ftdence ted at.the Chicago World's Fair.
workers to-day are touching God's right him, "ten miles? I'll bet I was going Time T..1e In Effect June 1l1th. 18116.
.j'4 of the people in Hood's .a padUa. Ifa
hand and stooping down and pointinearth's three hundred."-Indianapolis Journal.] \
medicine cure when lick Kit make in -
j. i you ; "You-say you wanta position my, -=
tempted ones to the star of tope '
4. ii wonderful cures everywhere,then beyond don't look South Bound. ; North Bound.
Out of the ashes of desolated] homes A cup of muddy coffee Is not whole- company. Why, man, you
question that medicine' merit :No : ; Xo.
No. o. -
pottflesses Xo. : -
Actor-"Tbat's just It. xS'fATIOXS. --
< f I'hointx like, a. diadem of temperance some, neither is a bottle of muddy med well enough. a' ij. _:!!_ __ __ ll S'lATIO"'S _i o.'ll'! )<..
has icine. One way to know a reliable] and The doctor says if I walk thirty miles Lv.JRkHonvllle., .. I 91Ia! 7U" p .... .. .. .LvJllhnnl. . ... II.NII1I11.. : Ijj "
organizations arisen. Tried b
OR 1 skillfully-prepared blood-purifier Is by I'll bacured.Life.Catarrh Ar 8t. AujtllHtlne. 11I3(1( IL IIL: V ..Lv Lviion (;lty.... II 10 a hi :ilul, \
; Made fIre, brightest of them all, Good Tern. Its freedom from sediment. r's Sarsaparilla day Lv Rt Anjtll.tlne. UI ;ill a .Lv it LlLlUlerdnle.I, / 17Lv a III aa a
1 ,. Ay .;. inlatk'i.. .11:114: A .. .. .. f.vUnt m.... .... ..52ahl oii"f a
t'., plary] stands to-day the crowning gem. is always br'gbt and sparkling, Means Danger/ .-rP i\tk ....-.... If-4i-a ::::::::- ;: .=-:-: t Y PaIi: : Ilenel,. ::10 a III ,>"ta, a''
because it l is de ..
1 an extract and .not a \( / .. .. .. .. .. W. Jupiter 8 III L
; I" ] J lIII' 12
J.- .::: : :: Lv I'
: ,,. I That l is juat the truth about Hood's Bar- $10O Reward 00. coction. Because df unchecked it may lead ..dlrectly Ar San Mateo ,.:: 1 VII) I' ..- : .I.v : ::::: :::: ((14\ : In ni I :g I"
U .. .. Jensen..8
'I : Catarrh I Is Lv San Mateo ... .10 .KI a ... Lv .0 411 : I''
p : isaparllla. We know It a III
., j(! possesses merit The millennium, assume people look to consumption. .Is J.vOr o.i.--:::: 12M I' ... ..... ; : : .... ni a in.. : qll 1 1I.v P>
V 'F! i I because it cures, not once or twice or a forward caused by Impure blood. This fact 1)a tone... .... 1 117 I' .... . .... ... .. . tv {0.... tlar' i 11 4.J a 111I.v'ort 'j'.
'.''l'.", ''I tc hundred times, but In thousand and The reader ol this paper will be pleased] to it, consists: In pressing a but- fully established. Therefore, It is .useless Orl\ojte. I J141' .. .. .. ..... .... LvJlelh..llrne. .... .l1 u a In .. '
4 f I J' thouAand of cases.Ve know it to ]learn that there Is at leant one dieiui ton and taking a rest.-Puck, to to cure catarrh by outward I.v New Smvrn... 111(1( I' .. ..... ....J.v }aU ( .... .11Ja a ..
: curesabsolutely ed disease that science has been able try I.v TltnavUle...... 2113 I' .. .. ... ...... .... Lv Itorkiedge: bUs. .. .1
V ,; permanently, when all other applications or inhalants. The true way I.v Cocoa.. ... .... an: p .. .. ...... .... Lv ('nena ... .... ((19\ I' III .. ..
i'f tl' J'' fail to do any. good whatever. We repeat cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh 'X'TANTED-FAITIIFUT4 :MEN OR to cure ca.tlll'l'b. is to purify the blow! I.v Ruckle.I" IItl" ....... .............. Lv tll..V. .11.1.e.. ......12: a' I' III .
lit! Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only 'positTv \'V to travel for Hood's Sarsaparilla; the great. blood Lv 10,11': (lailie. .... flllp: ... ... ............ 110 ew S"vrna... 2.K'I'hI.. .I.
; ; cure known to the medical fraternity women responsibleestablIshed Its 1o. l.vMelhnllrno. .... fl:1: J' ....... .......... Lv lort Or..nge.. .. 22'! p ..... .
*i $ I house in Ploiida. Salary. purifier, cores catarrh by power I.v Roseland .. f/l2/ P ....... ..... .:.. Lv aytona. ., .... 2:1:1: J' . I
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, (780:! and expenses.; Position drive out impurities from the blood. r.vRoIII.HtI..n.. ..... 4 liT P ....... fl0a .... ) 41i ...
(! Hood'sSarsaparilla requires a constitutional] treatmeqt; onto Reference. Enclose 'Pol'man'I'I Thousands 'of people testify that they I.v Fort Pierce.... 111111 I' ......... //lia a .... Lv : 23 P ni.. I.
4 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internallyacting and permanently IvJolIon. .. .... 11112 P ........ //131 a ..... ai..- _
: .
and stamped envelope. The National]., Star have been perfectly Lv .loosen.. ... .. ... 37 I' ........ .8U1(J a ... .. trinniul..2. 0(1( .:: :::
tile blood .
/ directly upon Insurance Blcltf., Chicago. cured of catarrh by Hood's SaisAparllla. Iv W. iiilter... .0 8(1( p .. ...... .. .......-.. Phi _
mucous surfiieefl: of the system, thereby I.vWPl1lm JlelLCll p .... .... 93(1a( .........tr i a :
: ::::::
; k' destroying the foundation of the disease, -- ---- I.v I.lntnn . .. Sf. P ..... .....11 ilK .. .... ____ _()__ _ml-I::: :
-- ---- ---- ---- -- ----------
....... ......
( and J.v Ft Llu\llerliale. 11:11I: I' 1111 a 8t. AIlItIlHtlne.I/ JII p -
lei t stren th
I Is the be tIn fact tho Dim Trim Blood PurifIer. A'lvlnthe/ pat ;: by build. I.v I..non City. III :2(1!(I I' ..... ..... 3 00 a .... .... Lv Rt. AIIJI'IIKtine.1111,, / I' .
------- --- -- lag, up the constitution and "assisting NOW IS THE TIME ArJlIIILIIII.. .:..." _1(1311( ( p .. ... _. / a .. ArJ..ckR..nvllle.. .. 0 :ia p "
.! i cum nausea, Indigestion: nature In doing its work. The prcprletors -
b yI. I Hood S PlllS blUiiusneHs. :!O Wilts. have so much faith In its ClIl'ative Trains 31, 32, 3T. ail, 78 between Jacksonville A. it W. llUAOCJl.

I i ;-__ ___ ___ powers Dollars,for that any they case offer that it One falls Hundred to cure. TO Place Your Orders r for ORANGE, LEMON ft GRAPE-Fruit Trees and Train St. Augustine 2011 between, Iially.1IIIallli an.1 Fort Fierce, 8TA'fIO_ NORTH S--: Xo nou-i 2 :o;:4 -

1 OOOI TEMI'LAKY.< Send for list of testimonials. daIly except 1\I0nday. _._ .- _
Address The Florida East Coast makes biff reductions! In freight) for (00 days. : All otller trnln8 south of Bt. Augustine dally AI'" ew'S. rna 1231i.j. II upexcel.t ..
i F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Railway ; Lake Hell'n, J2311... 4IH''"
Its Alms and Object* ;..rrSold: by Druggists/; 75o. Take advantage of thin generosity: by placing your orders with Geo. II. Wright, Snnelay. "" (range ( icy 12/i1l1'/ ) 33$1'
p' .
j KIf Orlando O. "Ity Juno pa :"i'SOt'Tl '
Fla. where
t k Tile Independent Order of Good Tom you can get RoUND.(

4 & plars originated Utica, N. Y., in 18.:>l la "How often do you cut your grass?" Strictly First-class Stock True to Name STATIONS. No 3 .I Xo. IXo.I.v .

I ] "Every time neighbor has his lawn -I
I '* a total abstinence society, pledging my '
; New 8myrna TMjiVbi, : ', -
and at Low Prices.
J ,, ; poop'Ie together against the use of everything mower sharpened."-Cleveland Plain lake. Helen 211I11 i / 11111."/
its Dealer. Write for prices or call on I.v Or.'l'e tIty 3 flIp II :rIa
I / that could Intoxicate, object ,. Ar O. CIty Junc. 30lil' 11 30"T

f i being to do good rather than to secure GEO. II. WRIGhT, Orlando, Fla.
: ese Time Table shows the times at hll'h trains may be expol'teel to arrive anti ,,
I A benefit. International character, Good No people suffer so much from phy- the ...eItr tI I stations, bnt their arrival nr departure at the tlllles stated Is not guaranteed depart,

;, t UL Templary cannot be a political organ- ideal uiHabillties as those whose business the Co "ny bolel Itself reHl"'IINlble for any delllY or any conseqllences. arllllnjt therefu)')".liar d"
requires little or no muscular exertion. F. O. WILLIAMS Ajtt., .
hm; '-lon. The order, however, takes a The luck of exercise causes the liver to Tituaville A..a't Oen'J PassengrrAgen .

t ti decided stand against license In any; become sluggish/; and the result is constant Chickamauga Stable Co. -

l i I form for the sale of Intoxicating liquors Constipation, Indigestion/; Biliousness .
Ji and /Kick Headache. To .

:?I .*' HH a beverage. WORK. this keeps take the liver Simmons active Liver and Regulator makes one's; I It Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line:

; The work of Oood Templary] embraces
tHi condition comfortable
as those who 'Phone 319.J Tennessee.
I. : every feature of the temperance reformatlnn. have much exercise. -

tI We meet weekly all the year Lula Lake and Lnla] Falls, Lookout I'olnt, Point Park, Sunset Rock, Natural Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa
Bridge, Telephone Rock, Rock City and Village. Orders left at Lookout Inn will
j '1 s J1 'round. Every session Is opened and The optimist Is the mnn who asks for receive prompt attention. E. D. REES, Manager. JOSEPH H_ DURKEE Receivel'

j; closed with prayer, and both sexes are "cream" when he knows It Is milk.- SOU"TH -

;4 dJ ''n equally ellgblo] to vote, speak or serve In Puck. i No. -No.jj-N; .2- ::2i TIlDe Table In Effect JuJy20, ,DO.I lIou.3.1.:. =Xf 110...!'f1i TK. .

r v ; any office. It might be said that we I 1 1I ::::--:7: : L..c..1. o 0 Oo p .l 9 Ofla Lv..JACXSONVILLE..Ar T 30am 1i4 j, iiiJ Xo.:;;;: '

I : L have four distinctive lines of work : ..... .. Jlllxell 931 I' 1121 a .. .. .OranJe lIO a III (I j 1
4 It the ]haIr has been made to grow a BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .. .. lo'V.y U41p 1/3-la....... ... Fark..6 63Kam. .0 6UIIIIIITm'01111'l Mi',,'.,
4t ; t' 1. To save the young, pure and virtiioiia natural color on bald heads in'thousand .... ... anti Fri ... .... iiti"'''
.. .. .. .. ..
k1 i 'J from falling Into the snares of the of cases, by using Hall's\ Hair Kenewer, .... .... . .101llp....... ..1lagiiol springs..0 .06.a.iii 1131111n t sat\

I r tempter. why will it not In your case? .... .... 1(1( VIa 1I211p 10 4F15 .. .... / oe a n 4411pm''
.. .... II 24a I1l12 p I1l/1a/ ......... 244 32.1r
'I 2. To lift up tbose who have sunk .. .. 11 41a! 12011,11 81a......... IC a a m at 4121' Itt,, 2 2-1>1''
.... 12 12220. 11 48a ........ 3118" a .4 jl'I'
East Coast Brick Co. tip 53
c low In the scale] of human degradation. Most of us know a good thing when ... ... J2/1O./ .. 124..a 1201la.. .....alatks..a. : a a III in 3 3411'In 2i iii I 111.\1'I \\ '
I' 12\11''
:a. To educate our children In the some one else has it.-Life. .... .... 2 : III 1' 118a 124:11'.." .... .. .4 /117 a iii 2 441' p III 1I n.
).4 .... .... 320" 120a) 121121'.. .... .. .. 49 a In 2:1I1.IIIII1Hh:
I ; 't ; Temples (our juvenile department), If wishes were saw-horses that would .... 41"'J'( If/Ja/ 1101' .... .2 / a in 2 15/ i, iii '109 a
.. .... .... ... .
4 4 where they aye. pledged against drink, be"a horse on beggars.-Puck. Jacksonville, Florida. .... .... 320 42(1.( .1 Mp 21"" Lvf Arl..( .... .. ...., e a. .. .... .... {f .. ............. 'I //ill! lilli,,

tobacco, bad ]language and gambling. .. .. .... .. .....p..1.. .. .... .. .Enterprise ...... ... .. .. .... .t 2321111I'
Tact Is the knowledge of when It IH Are MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor ... ... ..... .. O5l' AI' .........TI'fl.SVILLE ......... 7111a I'R"'I
Lv. at
_ii 4. Through education and the dlstrlbutlon .. .. .. ........ ...... ..... .. .. .. . .1'o.oh.... .... ..... .. ....... .
j of literature to bring the bettor rot to tell'the truth.-Life. reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.J. .... .... .. .... ...... ... .. .... .. .8nrnmto............ ... .. .. .... ,
1'' .. .. ... .. ....... :IlOp/ .:... .......JlIL. ora............. .. ... ...
I people of all states and of all countriesup S. SMITH, Jr., Oen'l Manager, .. .... ... .... ...... f Inp( ...... ... .. .. .... ...... .. 8411a"'l ..
; You can be well when blood i hi Jacksonville Fla. ........ S 2(1( p.l311: a .1 Mp Ar.... .... .Sanford..... .... ....Lv..4. 910.'
to the adoption of prohibition, and your ... ... . .. .... .....Altamonte ..... .. .
i the utter annihilation of the traffic In rich, ]pure and nourishing. Hood's Sarsaparilla .... .. .. .. .... .... .. ... .. ..... ..Wlnt..rJark.StrIng. ....... .. ..
makes the blood rich and pure .. .... .. .. ... 8/JO/ a 830p .. ..... .. .. .Orlan..o.. .. .. .. .. .. 12111pm. 11 15a IIIj
intoxicating drinks. and cures all blood diseases; SAW ANI> PLANINOMILLS JACKSONVILLE YARI>, .. .... .. ... ... .... . .... ..KI.Rlmmee. .. ...... ....
.j restoiinj '. .... ... ........ Ar.... ... ..... .ltartow .. .... .. .
health and vIgor.Iload's ) .JatkR FI. !E. Bay St., Foot' of Catherine. ..... ... .... . .
? Sf .iJj EXTENT. o III a 6 tllp .., .. .....Lakeland ...... .. .. "114npm 030alll
.... .. .... .... tl230a 630p .. .. .... JI..rtow.. ... .. ....... :. T411alll
In forty years Good Tomplnry ]has WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY . .... ..... .. '111 aol.... ... .....I'unt" nnrll"..... ....iv..t...t430pm liMa III
1 to be the ]largest temperance pills are easy to take to op. . .... ... .. '"IO/JO/ a 7 40p Ar. ... ... .. .. .. Tampa..... ..... .. .Lvi II 30 II OOa III .
I : grown erate. Cure Indigestion, heRdache. 2c.; . .. .. ..... ,I .... .. ... lIlLy. Hotel.. .. . pm// .
4 organization In the world, and It has .. .. .. .. ....... I 11ro.: II 2nl' Ar. ....Tamf.a Tampa. .. ... .,J.vIll/ 720am" ..
Manufacturers of ...... .. Mon anti Thurs 93111' J"v. ......"J'ort Tamp........... ..Ar 230 m Thur.. and I''n.''
irJt, 'iv the most perfect system of carrying on .... .. .. Tiles tt 'rlf'ay. 3 '11'1' Ar...... ... .,Key WeNt..I.v/ 0:10: p tn Wed. and I'at.
iiY temperance work, girding tho eartlover .. .. Wed and Hat. II 001AI'. . .. ... ..Havan.. . ., ..I.v J2 30 3 I'I I' 11\_"'e.l. and I'al.Dally. .
The Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.
Cigarette Lip. ;y
1h with thirteen thousand'lodges and Cigarette smokers are threatened with U t Dally except Sunday.Tralns2'and .

temples, mooting weekly; eighty-live another T8-Tllrougli Pulllllan J1nJfet Sleeping Car "etween New York antI. I'
: Grand Lodges, meeting yearly, and terror.'/ This claimed is the so called. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling. siding, mouldings] shingles] Tampa daily.TraIn. .
"cigarettelip. It is
1t International Lodges meeting by the inventor lath and pickets Always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress 23. leaving Jacksonville. \ Ilnlly at 11:00: a m.. arrives at lIawthoroe at 11 ::01:1.: Galne,11
Supreme of this mysterious term that the 12:41\: Ocala I :811.: J."Hhurlt 3:18:: Jlror.ksvllle 6:011 p. tn. Train leaving Jacksonville at 811: I''. I
I once In two years, }'n which tho Urant habit of perpetually holding a cigarette mouldings of all patterns a specialty. arrives, FIt. lit Oaklan.1 //Ifn S::12 a.. a,... 1.aeooehee 111::91 a. m..Tarpon Springs. 3::311 p. m., Clearwater;I 4.33
m. Petersburg : l' m. .Ially "xc'ol.t SlIn ; Lj i Lodges of the world! moot to do legislative between the lips causes the upper lip to When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. Trains 21 a",1, 8'l, through Pullman leelllng cars between Jacksonville anti, Talllpa.

I j; work for tho order. project over the lower one. The scientist .. W. n. COFI"IN. G. D. ACK.RLV,
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: Over 000,001)! people are pledged to who has lighted upon this discoverysays General Superlntemlent. General l'aooener! AlP':

stand together until tho last chain shall]] : "Among the savage Africans a -------- -- -------

: fall from the last slave. prominent and protuberant upper lip l is HARRY MASON & CO.
produced by inserting a wooden in
ring The Florida
J1 this order extends Cd11t'i&Pe11i11su1ar
To-day, over nearly a slit in the lip and increasing the size Rai1

: every state and territory of the Unite! of the ring from time to time. The

(States; Canada "and Great Itrltaln, on same effect Is attained in enlightened I It. MASON & CO. Jobbers in Fine Imported
;$ I i tho continent of Europe, In Australia, on lands by means of the cigarette, though Line between Florida anti all NortI'ern l' illt$.

,' 4' many Islands of tho sea, In India, China, tho expense involved i is vastly greater, W nay Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

p'} r Japan and Africa. Under tho lirltitth as tho well as the deleterious influence upon_ JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ga.. Coiumbla Washington, Sa
general health
of the
I i there ( adult members patient"Cincinnati
flag are il)7,190
Enquirer. New York Boston and the East.
and 108,744 Juveniles. Under the stars
Grade Whiskies Etc. .- Everett :Macon Atlanta
Chattanooga Nashville Louhvl11e Clnclnna'
S and stripes 21tl,3.Undutl4< and >52,747>: Carious Tenure of Land. _. anti Chicago. ,

J t children. British North America contains Some lauds are fluid to. bo held "*.. Everett
at ,._-..-.....-.. Birmingham, holly Springs, Memphis, LIttle Rock, lttnstts City,
au.OIlO: Good Templars.] CrouKhton, near Brigg, iu Lincolnshire, Louis, Chicago/ Sioux City.
\Vhlnklim Imported anil Domestic Southern )llelle Rock anSI '1.110 per !gal
ti; There arc 1,417 lodges in England] ], two by the following tenure : Every year, 011 Hramlli'n-Doiiiextlc, allIa.1 iiesellIlackberry, And pouch and honey .. .. ..from >l.nn per |gal River Junction, PenRllooa] Mobile, New Orleans] Texas, :\ exlco, Call Coni
Palm Sunday a from UIIIH-llolliinil. OIi I.follloOO..from $1.51) Per gal and the Pacific Coast. Effective
person Bronghtoucomes
t f rand 1 Lodges in Wales, tho Grand limn .. .. .. .:.froimi.SOperiral April 10. 1tmo.
t into the church porch at Caistor.. .. .. . . ,
Lodge of the Channel Islands and the WIne-Port Bherry Catawba Mnavatel, Claret etc., from. .I.00I'erltaJ New York Kxpress No. 3S leave .J'b''
having a green: silk purse containing 3 Cla..t.-Flnestllran..a.. .. ...from 2.2.'p"rl'a..e L H II It. ville7:3l: > a. no., ilailv with Throiutli I'"""'
Grand Lodge of the biB of Man.[ In shillings{ and a silver lash tied at the Bottled Beer. ...... .. ..from f 1 JO per Uo ATLANTA Cs t .. Sleepers\ for H": annah'. Columbia. washlne. *
; PAll other Fine Brands at Low Prices. Jlalt more, Philadelphia, New York! ami' '
; New South Wales] AU8tl'alllthere are end of a cart whip, which ho cracks equally .4' at a. Eastern Connects for remanum'' ,'

,9! 310 lodges; 110 In Ireland, 100 In India, three times in the porch, and continues] Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra va 4 ::::;a. Arrives. Jacksonville points. I/OII: p. m.
cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will < __
100 In New Z61\lnlldl\otl :21 in frigid Ice- there till the second lesson begins, when c. _b :3(1.( 'M
E not take liquor C. O. D. :Send money with order to save delay and trouble. 5 R. New York Fast Mall No. ,
i: land. There are two Grand Lodges In he goes into the church and cracks it Send for Price List. or call upon MASON & CO., .3 sAtN t.ech.; S ____r em Jacksonville points. and tt-SO' for p. ]m."ernanulno.rr ilailv. for "4utt''' vS DU J""']]

;; t: Germany, two In Denmark, ono In Norway three times over the clergyman' head, :301() 307, aim, 311, W. Hay St., (Mason mock) JACKSONVILLE! FLA. I U ceb.d.Vt / ,Ii* sonville 10B5: a. m.
and. kneeling before him .a______
# t h r and one in Sweden. Twelve members during the ._ 1
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reading of the lesson he t p. ...covf '
the H
presents If"
l of the Swedish Parliament Only rino Through the Keau :
arc prominent minister with the purse and then goes Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible I U,. '!- .. .t'',_ 46 Country of Middle Florida, rensacol. ,j
: : L Good Templars.] Templar lodges into the choir and continues there dur .;i .4.n Ksrumblit:. Bay, I..eave Jarksnmllle "".",'']

tii' aro moving ip\ the army and floating with lug the rest of the service.-Boll'* Alesleuger P 4 I 0 Tallah..ee.for Lake,Citv: /River, Live Junction Oak, Madison, Pensafols.' ai'1"'J. ,', ']I

the Its rituals are printed In 1834. anmi New Orleans and the .southwest l\1 IUX". l>1fornla
"PAINTOFF. *# ,,, 0 ( and the Pacific Coast. Carries (""">"'r
sixteen different ] I\nliltsliter-
languages, f...- -- ... Arrives Jacksonville 7:05: a. m.
ature is distributed nil over the world. THE FASHION PLATE. -
T'iI' Within Its folds are not only those In (Patented In America and Europe.) U GIOAC, tIyS .H.\

j c l the humbler] walks of life, but men and The seven gore skirt gains rather than Leaves Jacksonville 9:66/ : a. m.Oainesvilw.tar Stark'"M
N Silver Ocala,
world-renowned In science literature loses in favor in the fashionable world Key 8)'rlnll') l lOrlando P"I'\
women Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces Tcalv8rIIIID': 'll''
: Lacoochee, Dade
I and art; members of the British Very alight Marie Antoinette draper 1:: Tampa ArrlveJat.ksonviIle3:45P.m.: /
ies appear upon the gored front breadth ,
and Swedish Parliament, and American ;

t t statesmen. of some of the latest French toilets.Houiton Chemically, Instead of Burning Off. .

)ace appliques in white Cincinnati! and Florlila Limited I, I. aye Lonvllle
or ot TI'''
This order Is philantropbto In charactor. his Train-
color B-JSO: p. m. Solid Vestibule .
There are Good Templar ol'phan' very generally used by VAINTOKF": in a registered trade name nf a new discovery In chemistry and Is protected 'FLORID* CENTRAL\ a little over W hours to Clnoinnati. via MIc hfoJ
all high class modistes on either gowns. bv letters patent. of the. United States Canada treat llritaln anti other countries.. It Is the resultof and Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connects for > "
1'1'a homes, temperance temples, training capes or fancy waists. patient resparrh. and experiment: with the purpiwe In view of finding\ a cheai>. simple and active EHINSULAR \ I Louisville. Chlcaico and all points north'sad
J schools, and a comprehensive course of solvent of old paint anil varnish that would supplant the. old method of burning and scraping off f H.R. west. Arrive Jacksonville 8:M s. m.
In spite of all the pretty silver blues the VtclllV. ConnteUoni. '

I R,, study, large classes] for the study of tans; grays, beiges and greens put forth Gilmore A Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have vu.T

l j ;. which are being formed not only In this season among serges, nary blue !given Palntoff a trial, and can say that In 45 years experience as a painter it Is the .. .. 4r 0,, Holly Spring Rente. St. Louis. 1".... (it t

i 1r India, New, York and Washington, but serge has retained its former favor. rest paint remover in the market." : e-v. .. Chlcano. Leave .J'kaon..Jlle S."fII'p"D

I all over the world. The soft cool vest of chiffon or moos C. E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville Fla., writes: "Having bad experience Mempbl., 8J'rlnltfteltl. Kansas. City, St. L"Ui. ChIcago Macon, Sioux Atlanta City., Birmingluun Througb SIe.IT. WItii<'

I The Templar army is broad, II o cosnopolltan seline da sole and the very high oein- as a practical painter for 2.1 years, take treat pleasure" In indorsing Jacksonville change": tct Kansat 8:36: City a.m.and St. Loul.. and only ODe change to ChIcago and Sioux, CitY. AtrI
,L In its character, that it knows ture of satin are now so' universally aintoff, and cheerfully recommend It to the publlo la general. 4:15 1-po. mLncaJ fur F."rett. Clne.Connection for BmDllwlck Sbortee' $1II ulcke" P54a0

no Belt' color 'creed and recognizes worn as to have lost all individuality.Among' W. Lansdell, of HftU, Illlditon A Co..General House Painters, Jacksonville, silo P. M.-For MLoeaI Tampa for Tallab aud _and intermediate !'OlnLa. Am"e JackMlD"e 2.43 ).
no no 1'111.6.301-
.1 Fla., writes: "Having given Palntoff! thorough trial, pronounce it to be a I For Macon.Atlanta two Interme.llace polnc.. Pullman .1"1'4'n. -P
4 : ,. but one grand central principle] "The the many cool looking and perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." Steemer"Manatee" from Tampa Train for Daiiy RraJdentown Leave J.klOuvllle, 7.10...ArrI".dJac... III.
beautiful shades of that. Pullman Sleepen 0" aU and Manales RJver poIDLa.
'Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood green are in Nighl .
I.'I I of Man." Tope this season the pale silver tints ar Send for Circulars] and Testimonials to OT-" Seed for B..t Indexed Township: lap of '
; Florida to
I 1 and those .1* golden gveeo are mostsough South-Eastern States Palntoff Company. V. S. PENNDTOTOX
ji RESULTS.Jhe ,
; after. ATrafl O. )(.A.cDONELL, .

Good Templars] pledge baa been St. Augustine Fla. Manager. General f'aaBCoger! **\

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LICENSES. Citation Notice. The Largest and ] Most Com t,

Brevard County, State of Florida In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial\ Circuit ofFluildh plete Establishment South. 6

in and-Ix for Cn.NCKUV llievunt. County GEO. S. HACKER & SON I

)IsSued Tax Collector E. W. Hall,. of DI'eval'd oounty, duplicates of which have been filth with the County Judge fort Kilwnrtl, nudlHllI, I THEPLANT :

period ::g InDlng on the first day ()f October, 18111\\,. and elltllng on the first day of Cetober, 1800. Presented to Grand Fanny Kli.llMlll.VS. 114111 S) for l>iTt>rre.

the lfovember Term, 180r}.
for apProyal haTlnir Ix-i-n flbxl In this. court
rr AFFIDAVIT.. .. for tbs ruuiplufnnnt' that 1
_____ __ Fannv KiullHllI In over. tlio age of :21 yearn,
I"rloti of Lbvmae: i.uputr and that her. residence IN. unknown.
Granted I I For What l'ltrpn: dec; rN ter I :; T..to,1 Total Now, thurafore, It In. onlereil that you the said. I 1t 1m I
of To Whom I From Wben I T. Wilen: I for .tb"1"' I ror I fur Fanny Kuiltnlll do appvar to the bill ot coin-
tm,,,I 8ute. "rr + filets county plaint, Flontilu in thin,cause on the at the clerks nlttve In Tltunvllle SYSTEM
. . Selling IIquor, willes antI
Renaker beers.
& Oct 1 18115 Oct.
Losley Ii \ : $S0o f 8(10 (10
I .. ; . 2 ... .. $2.0 FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER A I> HWO
? . pool es . .. . .. a' 1 .. r.o
I k T Budge . . merc h an t . .. . . . . .. .. as .. .. .. ...) 00 5ll" u25 on and answer .said. bill In flue course, nthorwlne 1.llanu 1 1i
s pyles Fran & Co . . .... . . . . . . a a' as u or-s' on ..: ) 1'1:1 50 50 ears will order:I lie to taken Iw pulilixhed against: you with an an oonfaimeil.Title llttlo dt.
4 Avers Grocery Co. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. ... .. .. :s ((14) 00) 1 I\() .* possible. In the INDIAN KIVKB AI>VI>CATK,
5 EL B ra dy. . . . drug/1 . . . . . . u u u a' 1500' 750i once a week for eight connevutlve weeks, and to Notice to Travelers.
6 JBSr. . . . gist I . . . . . . as u ... as 000 351 belt:'a teal and an required ordered by at law.tlue Clerk' office at

II CB dDryGoodsCo..rnerc h ans. .. . . .. . . u a .. u .4 as 12 00 12 (10 fI 00 TitiMvtlle, Florida thin. Xlrtl day of September i faCIUT&rs of
8 Gar ner...&'Son . . . .. .. . ... . . u. .. 'a 9 (4)(I( 9 00 4 Id 511) A 5)124446. If you contemplate a trip to point I
9 F S Chaffee & Co. . . d rug I s t s . . ... .. . . .. as as ... a 6. 01.) 0041)() 351Il I( A. A. STEWART
10 M S Jones. . . . lawyer . . . . . u ... u u ( ) 10 (1)) IS 00 [Seaii.] Clerk. North, Last, West or to any Florida ;Doors, Sash, Blinds, t

12 I Simon Ilamberg . merc h an t. ... . .. . . .. .. .. .. as u (I() 31)) on) 15 (I() octkulnvi C. R. Stewart D. C. point, for reliable Information, through
13" a' . : : : .. . . . . . . u u u u u u Y5.04)() 1(10/ 7 r.o
14 1 Meyerson A Co . . . .... . . . . . a u 'a a I : lIS 01.1 7 riO rates anti most convenient schedules, 1 Moulding and Building Material.

15 Goo M. Robbins( . . I a.wyer. ... . . . . 'a as a as as 1051 111(10 500 Sheriffs Stole. write to the undersigned who will Office and l i
16" Graham ... . .. . . . . . . u a u 10114)) 10 Oll 5 041I Wareroonra King, Opposite
I. Jail T Hogg. . . . land alte Ir.. .. . . . . 'a a' as u" to 00 1 I 10 500 answer all letters promptly and give Cannon Stm-et *
I Thus JDe"'teuben . . .Iawyer. . ... . . . . a .. .. 10(10 0(1) 554) U VY'ER..and t>y virtue of an execution (lnnne information.
1 out the Circuit Court for lirevard you any necessary
9 Fla. Canning Co . . mer 1.lan t. . . . . . as 'a o .. as \1) Oll 4) I) 4"0IS In a case therein depending, wherein itounty. f
;;II, Mrs Francis Theis.. . . . . . . . ..as a' u I' u u 3. 1M') :) ((10 1 511 The Klortda loan ft Trust company in plaintiff The Routos offered via. the 1'111Il Charleston,, S. C.

21 J liS IJI'ooper . . .dru I.. . . .. . . . 't as al :304) 314) 15O and J. I.>. frnhh I hare and levied Jninen"i 8llvert and. oth will are.cell defendantn. at- System tbo equipment and excellent I

22 Jomle & Goo d' . . . land agents . . . . . u a a .. as 10/241 04)) 5.141 I() public auction, to tho highCHt upon and l heat bidder t
2:1: Paxton & IIatc I . . mert'hants . .. . . . a as a 13110; ( (Ill 750 r..r <'Allh. In front of tilt. court house door, at service are unsurpaiixcd by any line. Sash Weights, Cord and

24 J M . . . dru" . . . . . ie a. 15; (III 0U 00 7 50 TitunvlllB Mile, on theFIRST Florida, during the legal hours of Through (Sleepers are operated on nil
:5 W L . . . I sts ..... . . . . u u u 'a a 6 0(1) (14) a (110( Hardware. 1
14 J. T der.. .. . . dentiMt. . . . . . as as a a' .. 10 ((10) 10041 501) MONDAY IN DECEMBER, A I> 181H1 train of this System, Insuring Luxuuy,

2i C Jo . . . merchant. . . . . . u a. u a' .. :1 IMI S ((10 1 1>0 the followliiit ilo"orlt>Bcl real) state tivwltt I IlefClnninK Com>ol.t and every convenience.
2S Walter Kitching & Lo . trle bont. . . . . . u as. u u 1(1O( ( 10(10 !51)1'a at the northnaHt ,'orn..r..r the Hdiithitnntiiiiurter Window and Fancy Glass

20 W II Tancre. . . . mel !lallt. . . . . . a '1. as a/ ::1 (Oil :4IN) 1 rill) :iII, east I,thenee of nmitlon Io went:2!II.l towiiHhlti Kit yHrdn: tlmiiue.south, mint range h Address r.

30 8 S Jonas . . . . . . . . . . u a' u a 'a a' I 0 00( I 0) 00 4 511 1 llOyanln. thence east '/'_I ynr 31 T A obnson. . .. . . . . . . . . a .... u u :x110( \ 1300 15113l IIOyardH' to the i.lai-eof beginning saving ,unit
: LCOliver. . . . . .. ". Yo 'a a 3(11)( ) 300 151)) excepting tlivrerrom a right-of-way tIIH feet wide Dlv. PUSH. Agt... t
to At.lantlu
Jj: W J Tucker . . . selling liquors, wines I and beers: : u 1' 50)(( Mil 250 00 Johns. A; Indian conveyed River Hallway company Ooant Ht.by Cal C. H. HOWARD, City Tass. Sgt.ROYALTANSY for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. j
34 J&FM Tyler. . ... . hotel k eeper. . . . . . .. .&. Yo In {IO) 10( 110 IS Oll deed recorded Hook "M," at I'l\jtel:11l.: of Hrevard
S5 :MreCJFCampbell . merchant. . . . . . .. u LL II II 3(10 : 150 oonnty deed records. ; also e.c..I.UnIC| | there
front a parcel of one and one-half nerato- .
ad Bergman & Storm. .. . . . . . . . as .. .1. a u ::1 (10 100)) 1 00 'ore conveyed to John Butler by deed sores recordedIn WILLIAM CLARK Agt. !
37 Wm HReeves. . . . .yere . . . . . ..1" ... .. 'a II I 1051 \ 1\00 llook "H,". at paK IDii, of Itrevanl county ,
38 C C Carroll. . . . land agen't'. . . . . . II a' 111 Oll 10 00 1\ OIl) deed records.AlHO
39 IwC Braddock. . . . merchant. . . . . . as a :s 00 a 1 1 50u 9, block. beiclnnlne F, In the town at tile of.southwest Tltimvlllo. corner thence of run lot PLUMBER, STEAM & GAS FITTER

40Vetby & Wagner. . . ,. . . . . . u u a' as :s 3110( S 1 00 east. along the south boundary line of said lot II PILLS (tooling and Sheet Iron Work :
41 0 \V Bon ter & Co. . . . . . . . . a. u u a u u \0 ((10 I 0 450 thirty: feet thence north at right aiitle) to Main

U SF Travis & Co. . . . . . . . . : u a" u a a 12 00 12 01. 0 I 00 street north IM Hlxty foot feet theniw thence. west. .HI west) feet:'M thence net thence south Ew INMDVERY.' and enda MCVKHFAILaA relief r",''. PiimpM, Piping and Drain Pipe, Hath
43! S Kitching. :.. . . .. . . . . . . u " u e I 00 II 0( a 00 211 feet thence east Jong the north boundary preni n.w.. il( reliable ekMNHlTe, wmnty or tmlnrnlinmmturatlun. ul' -
0/4/ FWMuoaon? .. . . II . . . . . . u u u u a' :)5)) 351: ( 11311 I of Main street thirty font to the point of Iw- .Mow fled byor.r.OlaaO. ll.. Tubs, Water Closets and Wash Stand j
Iwdle InvlifuruCM. "'"''''' i
.jj Jones & Edward3. . . II '. . . . .'. . . u II II 3 00 : 01.) 1 M ginning. ,, the same. lining parts of lots 8 and Y, ware ot ._....... lmlt.llon". Mamapaper. Electric. Bells...
Tltusvllle ami of lluimna .
a part Alley, j .
46 C T J'lfcCal'ty. . . . lawyer . .. . . . . . .. II.. II.. II 10 00 ]::3 (1) 100 which was nliweil by Airs.' Tltim before the ... '.(l. In H per plain boa wrapper.email tea tHtmtl 11. 4 BUIIUfiitl Ilk i iN.
4j S B Syroea . . . tnerchaot . . . . . II.. as II 3 I 00 1141 1 ISO onrdlnic of the map of Tltusvllle. Reference"> aamp.furp.rtlaulara.' .Nnlday l.H*.t ... an For.jth Ht"' reel. IJacIci'onville I
48 I.ouls Cherry . . . merchant. . . . . . II II II II 3 (10( a 00 1 50 made to the map of J. rranols Le JU'tllI. dr. SSNOOIATION! PP.rrKUMKIUCAL ChU-ae-u; I ;:IU. -

41! B B Pyles. . .. . . expreHs agent . . . .. . .. .. .. II II .. 10 (I() 10 01.) 1\ 00 Intersection Also.. ,, boKlnnlnir of Orange at the: and southwest Lemon .street corner. thence of the Sold J. 1) Soreven only.WINTEHSJIIITH'S. :: I"lo1' ln.
50 T A Watts. . . . . a a . . . . . a II II a as 10 00 10 ((14) 8 running west aloii|( range .street 41 feet, thanes by ,
51 G H Rhlnes . . . .. a as . . . . . a u a' a 10 (1)) 1(1( ((14) 100 south: parallel' with Lemon street OI feet thence'
52 F II Fee . . . . merchant. . . . II.. a II 0 011) D no 4 ISO east west 41 feet line to of Lemon Lemon street.street, thence 110 north feat t.alcnsthe the Choice .
53 1R Smith & Co . . . . . . . a II II II.. II 300 7: 01.) 1 fiO 'point of IwKlnnlng, situated In Hrevard cmiiity. t S Wines Liquors I

54 E ting. . ... . . . . . . . . a II.. a 1\: 00 13; (N) 7 50itl Florida.
5j II . ... . . dealel'ln arms . . . . ., II.. u a 1014)( 10 I') (II) Also. seven acres In a square body: In the .southeast and Cigars.

HM\ Hlll . . . . mel'chan t.. .. . . . . . .a II as a as a (10( 8 ((40 1 fiO .southwest corner quarter of the of.southwest.section 1K1:quarter, township of the n A Guaranteed 1'ure.
57 C F Fischer. . . . . . . . . . II a u a .. as 3 041 ::1 3 Otl) 1 50 .south range ilH east, Itravard county Florida OM BottkBO
58 Freeman Hall. . ..lawyer. . . . . . . II II.. 10 0(1( 1O 041 IS (1) Also, lots. A and T, of the east sub-division. of I CHILL I eau Ii Sold at reduced
511 F W Craven ... . . (lenUllt. . . . . . .. u a II.. II 10 Ot) 00 I 5 (IIItiO ) hook 4 of Tltusvllta I its per map of said sub.dlvialnn BrttktThleoiii. prices
WhlteCltySt9re..merchauts. ... .. . . . a II u \\1(10 Dl1I 4r.1I I on the In the Clerk's office of Hrevardcounty. SouOartatM Imported
61 Julius Kline . . II . . . . . II II II.. II 12 ((10 l10:3 (MI) 0 I 00' I will soil so much of the above ilesnrlbmproperty _avsrOwh.r4.hi _. Tokay. : 'VI...,
62 AJ Lewl . . . . lawyer . ... . . . . u II a ]000 (III) IS Oil 'an will lie .sufficient to satisfy the execution from Italy
ti3 S D Geiger. .. . . . . . . . . . as II.. II 300 '3(10 1fiOti4 Purchaser pays for title. Tura
Young Mool.e. . . . one pool table. . . . . as a' a' 10 10() Otl SOLI JAMES E. IIOWMAN, ...... a.lu TONIC John B. Togni ,

OJ Blount Wagon Works. . merchants .. . . . . 'a as as 'a 300 3(14)( 1'mtid / novOlec4 Sheriff Hrevard. Co., Fla .
Wm Roesch . . . II . . ... . . a a a ((10 a 011 1 60 Metropolitan Saloon, 12)1) East hay /su,

67 J L Jensen . . . . hotel keeper. . . . . . " 10 00 10 Of'' ri (14)tJII Its_V.I.. JACKSONVILLE:, FLOIttDA.Wholnsitla .
CD Provost . . . merchant. . . . . . " 3 ((14) 3 00 1 riO -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Arthur Peter a C*.. Uvtarilto.. Ky.,I..,"......
@I E J Burns. . . . . . . . . . . a 'a u a u a :300 3 ((10 1 1\0 No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. throe, $11 NEVER FAILS. and llolall.. .....
70 C n Stewart. . . . druggist. . . . . . . II as a' a' a II 3 (l0 a 00 1 50 TltuHvlllo, Fla. -----

71 IDuren&_ ... u. _: Feaster. ._ _. ._ _. _. ._ _. .P". .merchants_. ._ ._ .. ..._ .. .. .... _. .. .. _. .. ._ .. .. ._ .. .. ._ ._ " I 9 Olt 0 ((14'' 4 r.o. Education of
72 DL Gaulden . .. . . lawyer. :. .. . . . . . a 'a II a' u II 1000 101)1) ) 5(40iJ (
Chas T McBride . . merchant . . . . . :.. II II.. a. as 'a 3 110 ::1 i (Of) 1 1)0 BODY
i4! U.J Jackson. . . . . . . . ..ov. 1, 1805; .. 211.3 21)5) 1414 i
i, .J D Crabb . . . . selling liquors, wines and beer Oct 1, IH05\): 1i00 4514)I ) 250 04)7U I7UNT FRUIT TREES MIND t,!

R F Jones. . . . expl'ess agent. . . . . a u II a a a HI O0 19 00 Ii DOi7 ;
W W Brotbers. . . . mercha.nt. . . . . . a II .I 't ::1 ((10) a Of) 1 50 ton MORALS.

i6:! GFPaddleon. . . . . . . . . II 'a u a a' II 31)11) :1(241 1 5ON HIGHEST r
7I!.,) a a . . . .II . .. . . .a. a :3 INI :$:I 0), 1 ROFIT AND PLEASURE FREE TUITION..Na

o Edwin NBisOO 1 . .. . . . . . . . as 'a II 'a as 'a 3 (10 3 1)11/ qUAUTY cal,,. ._
81 II F Nuckols . . . . . . . . . ." a' a. a' as 3 ((14)) a 00 1 508am'l r The
242 J Field : .. . . 'a . .. . . .. . a as a a a a 3 00 :t 00 1 511Rl THE POMONA NURSERY

I E B Arnold . . . . . . . . Nov. 1, 18\)5\) .a 2 711 2 79 1 30S' LOWEST PRICES MACCLINNV. FLORID. Florida
84! John Aspinwall. . . land agent . . /. . . Oct I, 180.5/ ; 10 1)0) 10 ((141) :5 (M)
\V N lIendry . ... . merchant. .. . . . . a II.. u a u 0 041( I 9 (nn) 4 no m* WIt will tell you what U pUnt and Agricultural
60 \V K Toombes . . . as . . . . . . a a a a a a 3 (1)) ::1 (10) ) 1 50 FREIGHT In stock a HOW full line to pUat of II. .needed w. hva laTHE College
S7 Howell Titus . . . lawyer. . . .. . . . . a a a a u 10 (1(1( 10 00( 5IN( ) siiiiporli'd by grants from t.IIIIl'tlltlnlllll riovnrniiiunc. .
NN:! S D Geiger . . . agent C N B & L A. .. . . 'a 10 (/H) ) 10 00I/ 008U PREPAID\ GARDEN OR ORCHARD. All tuition free lo all .stiiilnnts from
\ II . . .. 3110 3(14) 150 Pch., Plum' Para. .' o Fl Florida I to niitlus and '''...1.10.l .s. Women' .
R Olmatead . . . merchant. . .. Muib.rr). Qrmuu** *na BOM r. ou,'I ::. pen Man hoard. at
00 C T Verbeke. . . . hotel keeper. . .. . . . .. ec. 1, 181); as a 'a 8 33 8 b 3 4 17 hoard CollnicH' with M..ss fonilllim Mail for "In 0.town..,,) |xtr month. A most
Oi 'a 'a . . . se Iii n Il c I gars. .. . . . . u" u a a 4 17 4 17 2 0. O BEAR THE POMONA NURSERY, healthy lonutlon.. luga l \\ surgeon, attends all
92 .Jas Paine. . .. . . hotel keeper. ... .. .. . . Jn. 1, 180(1( 7 60 7 //)0 3: 75 ...el....'. Florid. saulentafree Hmrito. Military dlaclphneutrderagrduat.of of
J D Crabb. . .. . . one pool table . . . . Oct. 1, 1805 25 25 00 12 50 rleulatrul West 1'olnt., Merhanlual courses, IjttlnHulentlllu
n'A S Fee. .. . . . merchant. .. . . . . . as 3. 00 :1: OIl 1 5)U5 . / and Wo"' ....'*. 8nHirlor| oiiuliiniMnt,
Geo E Coon. . . . . . . . . .. u u u u a' .) (NI 351 150 ----- - -- --' --- --- --- -- -- In r boraU>rliS. (lives. degrees. of B. i, and

06 I10raceP Shares. . . hotel keeper. . . . . . ov. 1, 180; I 9 17 I 9 17 4li8II A.In Ii lienioaimlil. Iliislnessuoursn, IHHk.k"81hllC.ulvliiK| free,linslnes.Instruction, law,
97 J J White . . . .. . . . . . Oct. 1, 1805 u a 10() (00 100() 6 (1) .short hand |tyi'e-wrltlnit unit telegraphy..
A I. Hatch .. . . . merchant . ... . . . . .. aa a u u a 3 011 ::1 (5) 1 50U9 Southern Fall term oimns' Mosulay. lull )" ,
I R Drug Co. . . . druggists. . . .. . . . Jan. 1, 18f16 a 2 21'4 2 28 1 14 addreas IMIMI. For. catalogum giving Information,
100 B T Peck. . . . . hotel keeper .. . . . e a u 'a 14 71'1 14 78 7 ::10 "Sk? : O. CLUTK, Preslilvnt
101 a" . . . . selling clgara. . .. . . . a as 'a 3 I 74 a 7. 110! Lake City Florida.
10'3W R Campb'3l1. . . . hotel keeper. . . . . . a a 7 //)0 7 tiO 3: 75 Railway. .. ,
as as . . . selling c I gars. a . . . . u a a a' .1 7. 3 74 1 01) ---- -

111' II C Eyer. . . . . merchant. . . . . . a a a' a 2 lH 2 28 1 14 WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
10-; .. as . . . . shooting gallery. . . . ...b. 1, 1800 a II 67 II 117 ::1 a:1: ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
101 A S Lee . . . . ? . . . . . . . Jan. 1, 18)1! a V;) ((10 7S; 51 I() 37 50IU7
II C Ey er. . . . . se III ng c I gars. . . . . .. a a "" "., :.1 7. .1 75 1 8.
/)0/ 3 751Up iI
10S Gleasou Bros . . . hotel 7 611 7 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING
Don Martin\ . . . . onepo of table. . . . . Feb. 1, 1890 61J7 1161 i :lSI: .
110 P J Nevins. . ... . . hotel keeper . . . . . as " (} 67 6 111 :3 3:1: CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES, MY. C "IA" 11"0". V"tL
111 0 K Wood agt. . . merchant .. . . . . . Oct 1, 180;) 'a :3) ()() 3 00 1 ISO
114 SF Travis& Co.. . . ; trade boat. . . . . . a a u a 10 00 10 (1) r. OIl VESTIBULED TRAINS. What PEPPER'S: NERVIQOR! Did I !

113 lIoraceP Shares. . . billiard table. . . . ... Jan. 1, 1890 'a 747 741 ::174 Othel tall. Younsrmen, mialpToet quLify. ( usnhaam' old all I
II' a' a . . selling c I gars. . . . . u u e a u 3 75 3 75 1118Ili men ra wv.;r' youthful vtaor. A'.ol.t.I'UU..r,
NOItTil AND .AST. NORTII AND WEST.Jo. .e4. Ie Ci. N............ ..* .
a' 50 7: 71S r *
116'\ F Robertson . . . hotel keeper. . . . . . 7 I ..p.t*...r.KI.""'F 111.......*..l.eat l*........
as a . . . selling cigars.I . . . . a a a u a 3 7" .1 7" 1.824 .u".. ..., ...i..... Tof..leaf .....
13Y .. __...
N. .
a u 381'1.' ae emS iaI .11./: alruttrMluerirt pn./
117 Z Cavender & Co.. . . merchauu.. .. . . . ... eb. 1, 180t; .. 2: (M) 2 Otl 1 011 U. a. n. No TAll $ ../ii. :,..worhleasaul.eaaue"".
118 Dnren . . . . Oct 1, 18115 1S f IN) ) 15 00 7)0/ 'Florid. '''D't l let <1rnnulMt' "np"... a on
& hotel
keepers and
Feaster . . .. Tral. Dally. iin $d. r.., All Trains' Dolly. .. hrniAitiMi.iTtjrlitlilM a '*r 1'.11"j| .I. OD b...
1\11\ a' . . lIel1lnjt clgus.: . . . . ..Oct. 1, 1801 1117! 6 00 6 0(1 2 50I' uan. (;1.1 a.'. fun IPBBrCJeV* M kvi..M>M. or MM for It..
"il /5 8.1I/ 8.1 202 Can be carried In coal pocket. rrepMd pUla wrcp.p .
L Moore . . . ? hotel keeper. 1, lROt 18110 '''. .! per' halt or for mS, with. A F..ltl..
I l I. B Dawson. . . . merchant. . . . . . Oct. 1, 180r a a a 3 01.1) 3: flf 1)0/ w...... a........ Ie C.Ny .pMoAtael; .Sb.VEVryEU .
1 11 r a a'a as u :I OIl 300: 150 L'I'J'ck'rill.. P.0.AP.......... 1fAI: am 146 pm L" J"n"III.' 11'. O. lit P. 6 41\ pm It 30 sinLv 'bIR *. <
: JYSwan I . . . . . . . . . Everett Houthern .e-OJ>m 1016 .m ipLED1Cr'AllL .: :Uai:> **)n, iLL
1.q F L Pierce . . 'a . . . . . . u a a' ae 3 OIlI) 00 1 50 JI:1': ."r.41. P.0. lit PH.,...... UI81.... 916 pm Ir 1t.mn. ll ,uthena ..... r..ram. 440 I pm
1":} P A Mollilla n a". . . . . . ;. .. . . Oct. 1, 181)6 18)7! 3: 00 :3 I 00 1 /54) L'I' Sa........... .-.C....p.... ..... 12'.".. pie 11 -pm.. AnanU ... ... IN' sin 7 dl pmLvColamblaoutk's. Sold by J. D. Scroven, only .

l 125 J C Frink. ... . :. trade boat. . . . . . June 1, u a u" 1800 333 33:1: 167l .......... 1128 pili I00sm (Chstt.nnnp/1w.MnafI .H ..... .7IUl'm, :26 .m. ....,.,..

1 6 0 H Chaudler... . . merchant. . . . . . July 1, .a a a "a 76 iiI 7U li .I'Charlotte.80Qtb.D.......... .20pm .am ;r. rrtaln.ham_ Hol bO h.rn? .2 7U pm .........
7 S T Lipscomb. . . . . ..,1 . .. . . .Aug. 1, a 61 25 ....I'W..bjD. oq.bQ.......... SUam O < u a
I 128 R . . . July 1, a 741 7f1 KaD.L'Ity.K.O.J'.tI..M. 620 p... ..........
Llinor. .
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:: .... ........ .OO..Ulllpm
1:49: J ? w. a' u u u u u 711 711 18 .8altl..or..Pa.B.a. .. ........................... .......... ..........
oneil & C a II" .. . . . . . a a u ISI til 5)5)' ....1''PhI".ph".Pa.B.R........ .1 1 5... 4sm ............................. .......... ..........
120 0 M Brown. ap;t" . .. . . . Aug. 1" ......................... ... ...... .....,....
I'll Michael . . a a u a a' a iiI) iiI 25 AN.wYorkPs.RR..1146on I70sml I
& B r I.. . . .agent.. . 1'1' 0 Ii
u u a 8:1 8'1 4:1q'l :
132 W R Knox.g I machine . . S ep. 1. 'La.d .f the 11 Dally I ,
a u 5"I 51 211 TIoI'.1a Ia.
L Jorgensen. . . . merchant. .. . .. .. ... Aug 1"
a a' a
::100 1 W) '
I'IL: Bemen .. . . 'a . .. . . . r Oct. 1. 18)6! u a 3 I02 OIl 10'J r.o !::'.1aclulotariuo.r.l-.PH.--Ba".D. .. ........... D'Oolambt. pOD. QUICK TIME TO ALL
_1'33 Richard l3aa/l. . . . a' .. .. . . . . . June 1. 1800 .. 8otat......... ............ a 90 .. OA" M
8pa.r&a.aburs. .. ..... ... ... 1146 DID POINTS NAMED ftaoc ANOSiION
I do that the foregoing I II correct. Given under my hand Aabsr111.. 5).t: TI.... .. 2 W PM'' .AT NT .
Mison certify
said .
S. JONES, County Judge of County, tl'. A.h.yIO0. (A.. Tim.... 130 ... .
and l 'a .. .......... ...I PoetnfwmatlosaadMr.B.e.heohwel4.b. ;
official 1390. 16
seal of County Judge this 1st day of October A. D. ......VlaC Lt1A. Q. k C. ............... 1 ... .u. n.e.aAy aI.melai 4Nb.wrsf .PE.nryp.l.t,1
MINOR S. JON'E.'i.County: ow.e
Judge. For information, apply to any Agent of this great RailwaySystem Sean.by.501/0.mkt oilS Si.by.nq ObrroeS :. w .

-=- or its connections. cfdeatWe .3-lic :,

ALEX MEN: OR Remember the AUVOCATK.: Tltusvllle W. JL OREI N, 1. 31. GULP W. A. TUBlt 8. H. HARD WICK.G. .....,. ealalM.af..n,,..SpSpsr M). .J
rEAR.! ERNK8T!: TAYLOR. ,'x TAN'TED-FAITHFUL: klnds Giveus .BapeHnteadea. Trafflo Maoacw. O... Pa**. Agent ..... Om. Pmm. Ala, mow' : .Lrdw'.4e.IwL- No I.bl 4a'.alaahea ,
for responsible does all of Job printing. I
to travel :. .
B -
V V women D. a AiUaw, a w1r4bo4W ..
0. Ws ).1n.Ion, D.C. Taablngton. :
NEAR & TAYLOR established house In Florida. Salary a share of your work.] WaabIacDo W"-._"i 1 &".).,,;VowEic'l'q'. ... 'J
.780 and expenses.: : Position( permanent. L. A. BHIFKAV ;

Onccenon John McAllister.) Reference. Enclose aelf-addreued> Wbat do you need fa the way ofenvelopes I"Iert4a Pc ssg.r A5.... : -- '' ,tt
tamped envelope. The National Star and letter beads bill ni WM Bey. ..*.*. JACZBONTILtA FLA.Effectlre Wanted-In tdea'PDVIV"i..aI : Z "':.::
Jan2 .B7 .......,, .
Artesian Well Contractors Insurance Bldg.VChicago.. heads, statement, tags cards etc ? No. 8th 1896. -= :;j
shall be to have a share of =
be had We glad your
of "Falntofl" may '
Samples : =:=.r----=
EAU GALL1E. FLA. at the AnvocATB office free of charge. work. ... y -:"

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;' :" : -.. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- forcibly of the bray of the patientass continued success Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall Ship Your _j .
I remain Yours Washingtonavenue
and which only nerves of iron on J. A. Daughtery
: '; ", J. P. EVAXO. Tltusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
"I' tolerate. Again we have the
.\ I can order In fine style. Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc
Tltuavllle '
S" I' ; V Office: Washington Avenue bitter laugh of sarcasm, which is ,

V I i .' Indian River Florida... far more exasperating than any A U. S. Army Officer on Sound PAINTOFF, for removing all kinds of To the Reliable firm of -

i flowers of speech that can be used Money. paint from all kinds of surfaces without ,

,Y WBEKLV: JOURNAL DBVOTBD: TO THE DRVBLOPMEXT to that end, and the laugh of desperation Four WAYNE MICH., buining. See ad. on 2nd page. A. O. GANDY & CO.
or TUB IXDIAN nrrKU LAKE Send for circulars! toSOUTII.EAH'rKIIY ,
form of
Hn unpleasant No. 20, 1800. Co.
hilarity which grates harshly on Editor: Advocatet $t. Augustine/ :Fla., and Boston.

t.'oJi{ EVERY FKIDAY.CHAS. the ear of the sensitive. The tearful Dear Sir-Enclosed please find check

r j' 'j,j, laugh of disappointment and for $1.h0, covering; subscription to the BOOKS VARIOUS/ KINDS-a very Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant

I } ''r'J.: lt i tl H. WALTOM, tinter&PrDPrktr ir.8ub the mirthless laugh of the success ADVOCATE to Nov. (0 I, 18I 7. I am glad nice line for the children at Mrs.\ II. W.

.i ful villain (not often heard oil the that: my $1.50 check Is still worth just as Heynolds. Encourage your boys and
\ f them ft taste for 1O Bridge Street Jacksonville, Fla
\i'\fi' much as it ha been every November girls to rood, giving ,
t,. j I !; 1 ..rrl. | ti<.... stage) are other forms of risology, since the ADVOCATE commenced publi- good literature and Improving their n.F.REXCEcI-State! Hunk/ of Florida Baker & Holmes, Raymond & Knight, Southern I
K t, Twelve months tl.M( and we could no doubt add with. cation over six years ago. This would minds at the same time. press| Company,or any Hiillw/ ( y Agent ol this city.
1 .1' /)jllt(. Six"( .. 1.00( out pnd to this list, but enough has not now be the case had free silver won
I '.; 't Three ,Ba( on November 3rd instead of "Gold and
\ .. been said to show that the laugh MONKV. \Ve want money to loan on first
: Ill' ,::1 I Single copy, Jl should have its place in the de. .Honesty." real estate mortgages. Ten percent
J !i'' Strictly In advance. The stand taken; by the AI>VOCATE free of all expenses to lender. D. L. .Chickamauga Stable Company.
termination of character. .. .
i ;i It t IIf and other sound money Democrats undoubtedly Gaulden Titusvllle."CKESCEUK.. .
; j won the day.: I was much

,,I. >;1 tl The ahoy rates Inolade the payment ..f pORtf OUR ALDERMEN. pleased with the vote In Tltusvillo, and Chattanooga, Tenn. 'Phone 3s. :

f '. :, t 11 ) age. Subscriptions can commence way clme expected the /State to go for the 100 cent ." TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula: Falls, Lookout Point Point Park Sum
j i \:ll !' during the year. dollar; too. Rock. Natural Bridge Telephone Ilock Rock City and Village, Chickamauga: ,
;. I No state Is more interested in the circulation Tower :
Ni Who would be an aldermen r In tary Park, National Cemetery Mission Midge, Bragg Phclp's Tom"

rev 1 M ,,. i I Dlxcnnti nuance ot ad1ftR. roust beanaMi per last week's Star Citizen" jumps da. Let of "full the value ADvocATE money"keep than Floil-the What is Cremcere? It 1 is ft scientific Orchard Knob Walden's Ridge.
i (, eonnllyatthMoRloe.wtywrlting.' / with both feet upon the worthy good work, and next time you will preparation for of FloiIda? It Is l'olhlcts.Vhat three-fold in its! :New Brick: Stables Eight and Chestnut Stieets.
r ,fi aldermen of this town and accuses again win. chamber, namely: It builds up the SA I. W. OIILS, Manager,
V t'P Address< all oommvntcatton to those and reverend If I can spare enough/ "honest money"
seignorsof ,:
grave from and March constitution generally promoting appetite ____ __ __ ,u ,_ -- ---- --- -
February to
If INDIAN 1UVER ADVOCATE) malfeasance in office, misappro- my pay and the digestive )power, l produces

r TTlMV7LDSFi.OarUA.' priation of funds,'and all sorts of Palm meet the Beach expenses and of a trip to Tltusville\ health of the uterus and promotes the DA.WSO1T
Miami, I will again,: growth and vital activity of the mamma W. :B.
horrible crimes. The writer can- have the pleasure of seeing the charming producing beauty health and physical ,
fir )
t l not be very well acquainted with Southeast Coast this winter. development. It Is said: the glory
if i ii.. he .erne' aye.flle t8 CJI.i.IlLIIM Give me the Southeast Coast of Flori- and the Wholesale and Retail
1'ii Claak ete. may the status of the finances of the of man Is his strength/: greatest
n IH. WALTON, pnbUnbinr and proprietor, da and plenty of (gold, with the Ai>vo- charm of woman Is a finely developed
j1 town when he speaks of the respectable CAT week and I will ask
once a no and -
Is satisfactory permanent
bust. Crescere
- i
s ( mount of taxes that have more. in its lesults. Ladies carefullynote WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT

I +r WHAT IS 30 TO :IV: been collected. As far as the fact Very U.truly M. PURHNELI.yours, the three-fold qualities of my Bust
when usedin
is guaranteed
w of the taxes having been collected Developer. It

goes, he is right, but-did "Citizen"know conjunction with the Cerate for ex-
In answer' to many Inquiries, we may A Few Words I"romVlnter teinal application: to produce lasting and
how much of those taxes 1 19 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
i say that the 10 to 1 ( were paid in script, and how smalla Haven. contlden tlltl. Securely
+ stars! with the jwepositlon tkaC that ratio are
i 41' shall yeas tho relative value of ..Kilverr proportion( in legal coin of the packed to any address, free from obser Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana

4 i and gold:; that:fie, that one oninco of gold United States of America, he would AVlNTKIl IlAVK.V, NOV.! 22: 189(1.( vation. Address MADONNA GIBUS, Sole
', .hall"'e" worth Itf times as mach as an Proprietor, No. 432 W. Forsyth :Street:
t + *
be his
t not so ready to accuse respected Editor Advocate i : Mexican and Florida Cigars.
Jacksonville Fla.
( ounce .f silver, or that an ounce of gold ,
,shall ke worth tttxtoen ounces of'. llver..As fellow-citizens of theft of Planting tomatoes Is now on In all this Be careful to address your letter

;' r) a gold' dollar woltflm; 2:1):.) ( grains, 1'Hllver a the public moneys. As far as we vegetable section. Some planters number -I plainly FINE 1 ANC"'Y GIB-OCT ]I ,TES
6 + ; I, dollar abaft wolvjh\ 3711grains, and can learn, the chief aim and ob- their plantings by the 100 acres. One
1 li m'hower takes that amount of-silvor to of the Board of Aldermen man Is putting out 150 acres, and one WHISKEYS from $2.00( Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good
ject present oflice and
t ,ilk i' the mint may have the-dollar>stamp :put last other-counting his tomatoes, eggplants; -Send to the ADVOCATE: the new 1 rr Trice. List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
and of board-
information respecting
d t 4t natter to what amount. year's and beans will well to !get free
upon no pepper !- run up account must give first-claas city reference
for houses, farms, If wish to open an you
To&hlH, reason, oxlfjrlonoe,101l lioni which was to all intents and purposes 200 acres. One grower has already started waterworks system you

i; Mh eaty reply tkat thu actual vnlun of silver' the same-has been to pay shipping tomatoes.; The season has etc. No overhead tanks used. Circulais This is -- -, - -- --
't, 1 ) r nnll'l geldin+ not'1to\ 1, ibiit 31 to 1; that off debts and keep down expenses, been very line for plants, and the outlook said to be a tine Invention.south free.
of silver therefore instead ia Growersare sent to any part; of the ,
:rr 11 'grains now very promising.
1 .,r of being worth a dollar,tnenmit'ed by the and this policy we hope and be- learning something of the science of

1 s present Btarrtlni'd! Is worth tout fifty lieve they will pursue. growing tomatoes, and they are puttingIt FRUIT TREES? New Fall Goods. c
centiK:;; red that for the United Staten to We see from the notice of the to good use. They talk less acres but DO YOU NEED -

) i .deoeee tat nil debts, iteown i mid those proceedings of the last meeting of better culture. Most of them will train ,
; of olMaenn", shall ibo payable itt vines to stakes and wires.
private < I Are
M ;1'j 4 :fifty'CcntM on ,the dollar+would bo-fraud, the council that the clerk has been I am In receipt, weekly, of the "pink budded Citrus at Trees the. at ground reduced on prices.4-year-old An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept i
r, j a; and imatUinal\ .fraud lill nt ithe >same time ordered to furnish a financial state- paper of the East Coast," and somehow Florida Rough Lemon stocks 3,000 of

s t supreme tiatllanal felly.TWE II I ment once a month, and .presume I know so well all the Indian River them are TardilY, others are Parson NOTIONS HATS

I that this statement will be pub ,' countiy-as well as many of your people Brown Ruby, Tangerine/: JIomowisBa "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, ,

i : .form oil lished for the benefit of the -and AUVOCATK is becoming mOle Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, :30c.
l moat ,popular tom. public, and more a welcome, if not a necessaryvisitor. ? Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt i
'ii ; foolery at present Seems to' be so that "Citizen" will have no each Boono'a, 2l.25;)Early per 100.(& :MoWs Blood, 50c. CLOTHING, Etc, shipping. One can depend to get good value for li:

{ ; rr I 'f .roa.king< : .up ohs 'town pound. ll'eo-' further grounds for complaint on Eight yeais ago; I established the "Or- each, $10 100.
t I f IM iple wiiio ittnd amusement 'In brenk-. this score. We would suggest that lando Nursery" at Orlando; got out a Satsuma; per and Mandarin; 40o. each. money. We Sell to Dealers only.
and have it until last
,. ,the of .the town' he else who wishes be catalogue kept up Lamb Orange, 0c. each. In : SHIRTS CLOTHING
.i; ing iLp .property or any one spring, when I moved Winter Haven, Some "Special Bargains"; HATS UNDERWEAR ,
'.I, !!K and
i; i lu .oat be allowed to run at .large; at any time, see for himself' how and plants-along, and established it at per Also all of the varieties of peaches solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
I i n ( j WantflM 'Mischief ''ie i the most : he public has been Winter Haven. In the last number of suited this
1: ku' > -coni' money spent, that are known to be best to
ll the ADVOCATE I road the ad. POLLAK & CO.
.f i ,' temptible form af amusentent : and how much of it has been mis "For ilrat-class and following : South Florida, section including the ,

'"Y!*I 'j Win.. and< *e ttteaiM ,to An .endis: not appropriated. trees. order from orange G. II. Wright grape-fruit, sole originated new, Free In/Stone Orange Orange county,peach and ,Is that the 32. 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
'i 1 t;' likely to be euocoesful. With regard to the condem na. owner and manager of Orlando Nurseries, best peach yet out for this suction.
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tian of the wharf the alderman OI'l\ndoFIR. -
r .f' ,) It reminds me of a little story that I JAMES MOTT JAMES President W. BROWN Vlce-Presldentj;
: claim that their action PBITCHABD ; M. ,
'i TUB tr tinenit of human woofs knew to happen away back in old times, Onr.Ajuio NunsEnv Prop'r. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
and) strays in Australia la oni.e.vrliat neoessary. In the first place, the before we had any Hotel Ponce de Leonor Winter Haven, Fla.
i Mi. wharf is unsafe and as long as it Tampa Bay hotel. We had taverns '
''different to the usage in other was not condemned the town wouldbe an.lln all of them was kept. bar where 'INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKIncorporated
I i countries! and .Iu8) omecry ex.celleo for accident .all guests could bo served with "the cup -
points in Its favor.: That any that cheers." Our country town tavernwas

1If'' country has no orphan asylums! that might occur owing to its 'unstable not only patronized by the weary ( under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
condition. In the traveler but the
second townspeople were wont
but child is made New York Dental Parlors
every parentless!: < place one of the aldermen made a to stray In to spend the long; winter evenings Authorized capital, $100,000 t

j fl CHI;' a ward of the state; he is ,paid a.: careful estimate of the cost of re- ; and as it was before the days of Paid up capital, $26,00
) pension for support andes boarded'\ the. fashionable: card games: of poker
3 / pairing the dock and the council Permanently Located. Average deposits, $160,00
in a private family; his clothes I leven up and cribbage, other sports came
ih .decided that with the finances of In. A favorite thing to do often was for Nearly opposite State Hank of Florida.
( 1 '( also being provided free .of charge! I the town in their it each member of the company) was to tella Transacts a General Baniifl
{ until he reaches/ the age of four, present sta.te. stoiy-mine host being the judge-and At No. 1 11 1 East Bay Street. -

{r teen. If he is then able to go to would be impolitic to go to so great the one telling the poorest story paid ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. w Business
d an expense. Hence, but one course for the elder-and that old-fashioned
j,1 work: the pension i III placed to his
was.loft and that its condem Jersey elder was good. The Pricewill be a* Follows:
was evening In l 4. l
1 credit till he reaches his eighteenth nation. question there were about twelve in ......... .. .......... ..I.OO&tip ., Largest and Odest! Bank on the Rim
ati when he becomes citizen nold.'lIIfnF.II.\ ... ., ... .., ./"0) to 1,(KlI'llltHH r7
1 a the and when the -
year The. aldermen of the town are game, man's turn .. ,, ...., .. ... ..s.u......'.. II.IM' to 1llIMI( ) it Exchange gold on all Foreign CountriesD1RECTOBS
'; 1 and has u balance due him from came, he made: some excuse saying It .'uIl8..18 (very best). .. ... ........ 12.00( to 18.00 )
t the state ,to start out in life with. the servants of the people, and, was not quite In his line. Yet there was Irregularities! corrected. :
moreover, are serving the people, a little thing happened, as he was coming i1 JAA.PRrrCHAHnW.B.BARNRTT(1're5lrlEt' '
( In this the chances of .
Your solicited.F.
I way pauperism 'and doing their ditty by them infollowing In, that seemed a; little singular. "I JJ3T": patronage I ff of the National Hank of Jacksonville), J. H
i are very greatly decreased, and the economic came up with small boy-a real bright,: A. IIENLEV, D.D.S. Manager.,. ;31 IM'HKEK: : (Vice-Prenlilont National; HW. "
every child, however badly circumstanced out policy little fellow-smart and very talkative.I Phone 071. Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville), and W. 11[. BROW.S
whiclt the reckless expenditures of answered several of his questions. It CORBE8POSDENTS.Seaboard .
I thus
an opportunity to
f p i make a fair start and show what former town governments have came my his turn and I asked how large/ a h r,.., v, pw: NatlonalBankofJacksocvilie.< < National Hank of New York ::
rendered family father had. He replied quickly -
a' pJl he is made.of. necessary. even of us; I am the only boy andyet J. S. JOHNSON CO. 1 I".C'USVILLE' FL&.
I have not got any sisters.. After a ,
little pause some one remarked that he
', ON ';STHE LAUGH. 'owuld not see how that was,' and the :)Maniifaotnror of --- --- ---

reply was, MJIowed If I could either, un-
} I .- .A ,liiuly ltejolci'8. less the. little cuss Hud about it. ....Fishing Supplies.... MIAMI
There are 410 many ways of JAMES MOTT -
JJa.OIT: ALA., Xov. 23, 1WKI.! ) + +
man's character
it judging a now-a- -'-
EditurDear_1111"111, ;
days that one or two new methods
What u Jacksonville Merchant ,...
h more or less would make very little :Slr-J have all through the campaign .. .JUYV'1["

it difference Experts can tell watched with considerable Inter Says About "Advocate.." !
rt what are our chief characteristics cut your jieittUtcnt and never-wavoilnn/ Cotton and Linen :Netting; Rope, Lots Now on Sale
Corks, Leads Twines I Etc. Fishing
: :, ,Nov. 25, 00.
1) maintenance of the
; ) by the bumps on our heads, the Incites of Mound Tackle of every 8ciiptlon\ ; Hooks,

lines on our hands, by the shapeof money la the ADVOCAIK, and I rejoice Editor Advocate : Lines, Rods. Reels. Sinkers, Baits, etc.

(' our thumbs, by the style of our that those pnintlplcs are tiiumphant. Dour Sir-I must apologize for not replying CV T A UPON TACKLE, A SPECIALTY. A. E KINGSLEY
It handwriting, by the molding of Much( success! to the pink paper.I absence to your communication ere this,. Baltimore. ]Mtl. General Agent

r ; our features, and in numerous am delighted to hear of the goal) but from home was the cause of .
delay. For some time past have had
other ways, but we do not think prospects In store for Florida tills win. some doubt us to the advantages,: to be Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

I i li any one has made a special study ter. Yours truly, obtained by advertising In the Anvo- ..J. H. MENSING..

l t of the laugh aa a guide to char- SAKAH V THOMPSON.Very CATK, but they are now set at rest. My

t t acter. This we ,suppose would in ad., timing the although has well repaid Wholesale and Retail CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
tee; and I tlnd your rates!

scientific language, be railed risol- Pleased l with the AdtocuteA.VK. higher than other papers, you may keep COMMISSION MERCHANT all parts of the Town. Selected
ogy or caechinology. The laugh the ad. In your pink paper six: months Carefully

should be a very useful and re M ICIIIOA."f ., Chicago,, longer,: for I have proved it to be good Fruit and .
liable mark of the character of the Xov. 23rd, 181M.( advertising medium\ for your glorious -) Dealer In (- Vegetable Lands on
East: Coast Send Mil and I will
man': there is the >quiet laugh. Editor Adeocati>; in full. I pay Iln.nll: hirer and Bny' Billcn.yuc.:
( you congratulate,: you upon Poultry Eggs,: / Butter Fruit Vegetables -
1, which never rises 'much above"8uppressed a Permit mo to correct a atatoment la the fact that you publish one of the etc.- Consignments "Hollclted. ::r- Correspondence Solicited\ from
Actual Investors and Settlers.
t I chuckle. This belongsto An article upon "Mr. Jlanna's Pineapple most newsy and interesting; weekly newspaper Prompt and honest returns guaranteed.

the man of considerable force Patch," clipped from the Washington In Florid.i. Market quotations and stenrfla furnished Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
a and ,
Font published In your last issue. You certainly did a noble work in the on application. ,
&' of character, of quiet, orderly habits Mr. Mark Itanna is a personal friend of ,ffcuse of honest money, and you deserve
i i I and not much given to talking. mice, and I may state, for the benefit of the support of every right-thinking man. 21!) WEST ADAS*I ST., --

There Is the loud guffaw of the your many readeis that he due*not own May greater success be yours. Phone i85.: : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

:. I r t', tr boisterously healthy individual of may pineapple put\ It down patch to in"fake"Dade county.news.I You Yours, truly. ,CS. Reference: State Bank of Florid. FLORIDA CHILL AND FEYER TONIC.

.i I y' a not very refined nature-on* who and my friends (all old-time Democrats -
is hail-fellow-well-met with all of the first water lllver
{ ) are much pleased Intllnit Ouarda. "'VV'L1.11cd.. Mn.ai
mankind and has no evil in his at the firm stand the ADVOCATE: has I
1 nature ; there ia the childish "he- taken for sound money. It deserve Notice U hereby given that the members Ia every section at once to sell staple Every Bottle Warranted to Core any Case of Chills &: Feyer,

every possible rapport and your reader. of above company appear at their goods to dealers; no peddling; experience ,
he, which usually denotes a weak- and merchant should feel proud of such lJec lit --.
} armory next Tne.daynight, ] as unnecessary; best side line. 473.00 a Or Money Refunded. -
; neat of intellect, A something wanting a paper. I enclose my little mite to help there I Is special And Important business month. Salary and expensed large

somewhere in the region of the the pink paper along. Many resident to be transacted. commission made. Address with 2 cent H. R. THOMAS

brain ; then then If the Jarring of this city, who have read copies of the I3y order of. tamp for seal ad particular*,Clifton Soap
l ADVOCATE are more than pleased at its A. T. FBASTKR, and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati Chemist and Druggist
j't facchiiiation jpbjch reminds us policy wishing you and your paper Captain. Onto. La Villa. Jacksonville, Fla'w ..


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of Agriculture assigned to this district for the : !I
Department; ensuing ida. Her father also returned Saturday ; -

latter S. Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. year. after a lengthy stay up the country.Mr. i' ASK the, reco1dyspeptics bllioM verot G. G. SPRINGER
J. F. Smith arrived here last Monday,, j. E. Xelms LL.AA a mifleiers., victims offever
representing the
and is
nod I hom..rl.llrlflllli.d
comparative state- Retting his house -- ague
Tile f ate/ a for the the coming of Mrs. Smith prepared; for I Luddon & Hates music house of Jacksonville ; .
fulirnpe and rainfall who will leave has been located patient how they re-
: at the Fort .
,pt Nov 24, 1506.15i16 { Chicago In a few days. Their ; : fierce c..verel health,cm erful -
kenendLngpTuesday! -1805- friends. will be sorry to learn that many Mi hotel for several days lie left ftpirtttt and Rood ------ Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -
i NediH'uday for will tell
morning,: Palm
1 Beach appetite;they
)IIN. IIIAX. MIN.i8 an IS. Trimmer, who were ,guests: of'' lie I I", an enthusiastic hunter. -J ; roe bv ,"klnI,!\I.
MAX linda
Jt 78 657a :Mrs. Smith last season will a MON4 LlVtK. Kl.OU1. -
74 come .
I! tine delight In the piscatorial art also e .
south this ; A 1UK.
I 75; 75 117I winter. quite a musician having clear baritone ;;;0,: I ICE AND"i 4 i

I .D!I 71 74 1i7I Now that attention has been called In voice, and was quite\ an acquisition to The Cheapest Purest and Rent Family
!I 74 70 48 one way; and another to our county com- our\ society for the past week. Medicine .lit the World _._
I 7D 75 7U ttsp0 missioners won't For tYSi'l! "PSIA, CONSTIPATION, Iiinn- -- -- I
somebody tell us the There was re"llvollll'hI 1I1 KAUAfl lie,Colic,
75;) 77 67I a here Saturday dice niliousHitttcks.SHlv' ,
I necessity of that august/ body "bleeding"the oeninur for the benelit of the l>eprexH. is 71 70 04 taxpayers by holding monthly meetIngs tilt chun Bap; lleattbinn! etc This unrivalled rrntedy Iiwnrrantetl I Distilled Water !
h. A
I minstrel
troupe, made\ cuutnln single! puillvlo ofMItKCUK
not tu
; week: 0:05: i Inches when once In three months would u
up of local talent svibmamibut a.PUIlHI..Y *
was llrst on the piogiammo. : \, or any mineral i
rainfall for the sufllce
partureefionlfnormal to transact
business they / :III'. Gibson, of the !'. E. C. VIHKTAIIIIcontnininir :.
l : minus .( DepartureL are called upon to attend to. One of the Ky must. be specially mentioned for his those Southern hootS unit herbs Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.PAc'ron.lE .
normal rainfall since January 1, Incoming members is repotted to have untiring energy' In the troupe. He was which nn allifto riovlilenre hiss placotl In
said that the only he countries where l.lvi-r UIHUIMPH, iiiom prevnil.
reason wanted
I,."" 5-78lnCrw.CBONK! Observer. appointment ho the thelnteilocutor. The peifoimance was It will cure all ll......e.* caused by Dcraotfe-. ,.. I
was so could have hisexpenses credit to the performers. There wasalso ment ol the I.Ivvr and tioHelH.Hie Cocoa and "'S\ s
cst Palm Jcach.
paid to Tituavillo once a some singing by the ladies heat hYMI'luMS of Liver, Complaint are a : .
month. bitter or bud tame In the mouth; 1'iiln In the j
thanks must be given! to ::\11'. and Mis.: flack, Sides or Joints,often mistaken for KlieutnattHiiii ,
Banyan. K Tyler, fur the very great interest ; 5<>ur Mamach I...".. i'f Appetite; ,

'. DOLLS! DOLLS t I DOLLS! !II 1 at Mrs.:: they took In the affair, and also to seveial Boweieaheruntelycosuvenndlax Lost of Memory' with n imlnful' 'Hensutum 1 Ileailache of: SEEDSGARDEN
., II. W. Reynolds, Titusville. other ladies and gentlemen. The having failed: : to On: mmietimitf: which I uightto and FIELDSEEDS. !
The growers are receiving very unsat- largo! sum of fifty-four doll.tis was have been done; Dehilit}) I.aw 5plrlM, u thick I
I I ( for their early fall taken In. Yellow "PP""I.u..f the Skin and I l'-fS, a dry
". iuctt>iy returns crop Cough often miKtiikcn ferCnnsumptbit.Sonictilies \ \

i snap beans.Mr ) Jensen. ---- ------ time di..,..;'..", nt tunny otheis,of very these few uyiupiuiiitt; but the attend 1.IVKK I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- (
Humphry Jernegan of Hawthorne Courtenay.Our itft pt'Tiernllv tlio rent of the iliHense, sad if not
Iriieti; last Wednesday, and will KekUlntnl lu time, Brest nufferuiKi wretched.
; her on
end the wlntel'ln Banyan. their Mr.cotton and Mrs. G. E. Coon celebrated fleas :und: UCAlll will eosne.'j9ietelluwmghtphiyesteemedperaonsattast. class SEEDS in the Static !

wedding yesterday. truckers were glad to receive a to the vnlues of Simmons: I.Ivor Regulator
attend the
several.; in Banyan expect to Episcopal service held notice from E. P. Porcher' of Cocoa, O..nV., S. 1 bit, ties (:a. S. \V. K. R.l..o.llhv.| : $- SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere All Seeds tented i
lanksglving, entertainment at the hos- was at the that j.I It.1",, <1"1'\ I'crry, mar, Col. Ii:. K. Spin'ks. Al- before ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. :Stewr schoolhouse by Rev. W. C. Barnes, of saying ho had a market for all their bang Ciii.j; 1..lIleul..r.on,Esq., shcrilC llibb C*. cent out. 0 i
Itabla Melbourne. beans. On 1 lion, Alexander! 11. Stephens."We L. CAMERON, Seedsman,

r,at Bovine. With the shipments of beans and fish Supt. Jno. II. Same returned fromFort know that Imvo tested fur Pyspepsin 1 its virtues, biliousness personally\ and and 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA t
dance at the home of Mrs. !
There was a Drum last Throbbing Ileiidnehe It IH the best medicine the ti
B. McMillan on Friday evening,: of lastLek. soon to go north, our town will presenta Monday. world ever saw. \Ve ti led forty other remedies i
who attended hav- more business-like al')>oal'l1l1ce. Sam'l. Sanders, of Indianola visiting before Simmons KcRtilutor bill none gave
; Those report ; was but
r spent a very pleasant evening.Messrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Holmes, of ('ocoa. in Couiteiuy last Sunday.MS. : us liio more not tluin only tempnrnry lelievcil,relief but cured; the us"Regn_ED.TELtOHAfll A Fertilizer for Fruit. !
: AND MliSSbNGtK: MllcOll, Ua.
Jernegan and Sanders are cul- spent a few days: last week with Mr. andMis. :\. :Sam went to Titusvillo on M\:PACIC'KGII; I ONLY: IIV
lating ten acies-planting beans and Jas. Holmes. They attended the Monday. J. H. ZL1LIN A CO.. I'hilitdelplilm Pa. "t
In They are enter- banquet at the G. B. Y. club. ._ "
nratocs- Hanyan. "The Ideal Fertilizer
Supt. Jno. H. Sams and son went to .; Pineapple
nsinjc young gentlemen, and we hope Invitations have been received to a Titusvillo, :Monday" on business. ,
lICe thom succeed. dance at Pine Lodge hall, :Eden, for this Reams correspondent' had bettor move :Jr1.oc 25.Oo Per Tc
$ >:n.
Jfl'eaie to learn there will be a (Friday) night in honor of Miss Will- S. B. Sy mines, one of our farmers, says to Sebastian, for tills will bo the bust .
pleased ho I is going,: to ship beaus by the million for him. GUARANTEED
of We place ANALYSIS
,alii boat on Indian River this winter man, Michigan.; hope to attend, later in :.
connect with the J., T. & K. \V. liy.JtTlttisville. and know we will have a royal time. the season. Molstuio\ ... . . . . . ..8 to 10 Per Cent. f

This will again give the Rev. and Mrs W. C. Barnes, of Melbourne Business of some kind called Loon M. Melbourne. Ammonia- . . . . . . . ,"I JJB) to (II"I "

fiippem a choice between two roads. came down to attend the banquet H.uperuptho) island\ lust Sunday; evening Phosphoric! Acid . . . . . . .1\ to (It.. 'I'

.i |'e hope to see thin new line liberally and regatta given by the (I. B. Y. he and from she the way he looked when" Potash (Actual). . . . .(II I to 8 J
IIfonlzm; ) club. The heavy wind prevented Mrs. returned must have said "Yes. {;(LODE .000111'-110..1 KHtnto: and T.oun t
and Glade exclusively from Bright Cotton Nitrate of Soda; Blood I IJ
Airont for \ Miss Addle Suns came up from Bay Barnes: attending, which was a disappointment Two of Cotirtcnay's young/ baehclois 4jUil, mid liiipeilal" Kire IIIKllr..'...... Spi'itlulnttcntlon J Dissolved\ Phosphate, Kino Gronnd'l'obaoco :Stems; and Sulphate of Potash.
Friday last to visit her sister to her many friends. looked\ very sad last Sunday evening ]pall to the Inturvstti or 11011 tool-
ieff on deuts.litT6r.. B.JT"Vilto for directions for using and further piirttoulais; also ask. for )
.''in Collie. They-In company with The banquet and regatta at the club when they saw a young lady; and gentleman copy of "Economical Fertilizing'! for Fruit"Ve parry n large stock of nil rVrtlll.or ;
heir brother and Fred Whitlock-sailed house, Saturday/ last, was a unani- /go driving oil before their eyes in a Material, Cotton :Seed; Meal1'obocau Dust, Potash, etc- Write for prices bo- I
l p to Cocoa on Saturday In the yacht mous success. The day was perfect, and two-wheeled buggy, not knowing that lluatitlfully. CAltMrroV Bltnuteil: MKLROURNR.:on a hlnh' hili IT.FI.A.uvur- fume buying. Wo cook the growers\ trade direct I
"trie. Miss Addle returned to Bayew the prettily-decorated club rooms werelilletl leap year was neatly out. They must IoukingtheIihlion, Hlr. Klrxt-vlunH. mmoniiiiodiitlons -
on Sunday, where she is teaching with very large: crowd. A splendid remember that "the longest pole roaches and raus reiisoniibln" WILSON & TOOMER ,

pool, collation was served at noon, and the the persimmon llrst." F. KUIIEKTHUN I'roiirlutor.' The Fertilizer House of Florida J'

afternoon was devoted to the regatta.
The at Brantley
orange groves Tropic After the afternoon DKII blanks lee each $'.00 100 at ritlVATE 1HURWVO HOUSE:-The Clrnulo Jacksonville Fla.
tul Lotus present a beautiful appear- dainty lunch was ; per House on Kotintitin' HelurhtM.! MHlhinirne' In
ncc, with their crop of golden fruit, spent In dancing. A number of members the ADVOCATE oflice.Roseland.. now open to the pnltllo For tarots, address __ j
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and friends from distance In
with the dark of a were --------
imgled green foliage
trees. As yet there are no beating attendance, and each and all presentwere

, range:: groves in Banyan but we can highly pleased with the day's Mr.( and Airs (I. F, I'nddlson' of Kaul.illlo Fred'k. S. Morse
enjoyment.Do >< -? .11
LOW several very pretty young groves ( ; wino driving through town last ,

I joining on. Last Sunday: Roseland was well represented week, calling on friends. .

you ever get chills and fever? at the ocean beach II. I). Rull- Frank Powell Is now the proud captain REA2nl: EST.,1:3iTE: : : : :
:y: If you need any job printing, we If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jack- nor and wife, Miss Pearl Kennedy, and of Ms new boat recently' purchased i r
hall be pleased to get a share of it. sonville) Flol'idChili: & Fever Tonic. W. and Paul Gibson spending a portion from Mr. lletiujuan, of Melbourne
Guarantees to cure with one bottle. of the day there. lioaclt. :MIAMI: : : Dad.o Oo., I'I ORIDEL I,

H. D. Huffllt'1' 'lnd W. L. Gibson madea Mr.[ U. W. Ooodo Is upending a few
Coronado Beach.Fully Malabar.Wind quick trip to Melbourne In Mr. C'ib- l.ij'H In Titusvllle\ this week but A..1. AGENT FOR LANDS OF -- ---__ 'I a

son's cat-boat the latter part of last Geode will be In the real estate ollice ,
week. Tho time going was U hours and dining/ his absence. Florida East: Coast Railway Company, r
twent -five people have remain- and rain the first of the week. ]15: minutes, retaining 3 hours and 20 '
Ion Coronado Beach since the closing minutes. Size of boat; considered this Mr.( :and Mis.\ John Goodo went to ItoKfl- Florida" Coast Line Canal I & 'rranspotation Company, ;

|f the summer season. Mr. and Mis. Joe Chase were in town was very good time.L. ]Innllallt! Monday, to spend u few tlays; Boston &\ Floilda Atlantic Coast Land Company. tl

Saturday.The with their daughter; Mrs. L. C. Moore, .w,.
The owner of the pavilion-Mr. W. R. Ord, assistant engineer of the at Erclldouue inn. *
'enell-is adding to the building, andill work train has been aide-tracked East Coast, Line, spent Tuesday in Rose-
conduct it as a hotel this winter. here several days. land, taking ineasiiiementR of tho depthof W. M. Ely, our Justice of tho peace, The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. .1
little water at the mouth of the St. :Sebastian came homo (rein Konelaml last SatUl'daYr
of Conkling's
The Coronado will be Opened under One Mr. Joseph river. The object of his measurements and will now bo found in ,
he' management of the Misses Nell and children is very tick.We times In the future.If .
unable to ascertain
wo were
Flofclmip and Alfred Gideon Sharp, ear- understand that Henry M. Flaglcr S"CJ3OXO'\7\r, G-oxx'l: J.v.Ia.na.gor.: :

It December. Mr. Frank Sharp, who was on the special that went south I Last: Friday, :<'fl'. Martin! a winter you can only afford one paper, you (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.) .t
[' at present away furthering his plans resident of :Sebastian, came up to Rose- should cuitalnly take the ADVOCATK:, ,
pr Coronado( Park .will continue the Tuesday. land for a day's sport. Ho returned which Is, undoubtedly, the best advertising South Jacksonville, Florida.
*'uric> with a view to opening It to the Truck growers are planting tomatoesand with both ducks and fish His first impression medium on the East Co.ist.

'nbllc" next season. egg-plants; also the second plantingof was that the lull-rod( mulshed J. M. Randall, of Boston, In company MANUFACTURER OF -

beans. him was too heavy but after ho had with J. A. Gilbert was In the city last

''OVT BUY CHRISTMAS TOYS until Mr. John II. Clohecy look a party of landed a fllr-lIlztcIIlOl\! !!1t he said tho Saturday, calling/ on filends. All are FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
you have seen Mrs. Reynolds' stock young people to the ocean beach in his rod was all light for the kind of fish we I pleased to see that smiling face of Mr. ,

Eau new Beans boat are, on being Friday shipped evening.now by J.:. B.. had Mr.hero.and Mis\ L. C. Mooro[ accompaniedby Randall's A. Henley. among of F.ilrtnotmt us once inoie., Ind.j arrived] -Vegetables- g and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,

Gallie. Arnald and some very fine pineapples Mr. W. Ely went to Melbourne on in town last week to spend the winter
were shipped to Xew York from Bay Sunday last, in the launch Tartar. Mr. with his mother, In their pretty homo Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also
has left Roseland. for good this time addition
Ely here. This will be quite an to
The steamer Spartan took an excur- View. intending to stay in Melbourne. Mrs. the !Junior baHebitll team' as we understand Tho 'a.xn.o'U.s: :XIardTimof13I3rarid: : : : : .
ion to Bay View last Saturday. Miss Stella :Mlms, and Messrs. Henry Moore returned to Rosuland by train on Mr. Henley la a fine pitcher.! Ammonia. . . . .4 tIIJ'ereent j
John McAllister Casper and John Wyman, of Tropic, Monday, accompanied by her parents, Available: flies Acid.-----! ,0 to H per cent J for ''f4-'.' .OO 1'cr Ton.
noticed Tues-
'laY'8' tram, bound for was the on seat. sailed down to Malabar /Sunday, in Mr.Casper's Mr. and Mrs. J. Goole.CJIItIST'tL 1*. P. Powell's pretty cottage has Just Potash K 0..U to 7 per cent }
county had dress of paint put on by
( new
beautiful race-boat.. a
Highest Commercial\ Value given our brands In tile last Bulletin. 1Vi ito for
Spasmodic John Fisher whoso work always gives
.tlll rain rainbowdIsilof gales Miss Vanetla Mime and Mrs. J. T. Pi'Ices. Orders for :2 tons and for our brands will be delivered free of all
continue. A daily : \!; TOYS/ at Mrs. Reynolds, satisfaction to those who employ him. depot
freight chaigeH to railroad on the East Coast nt catalogue prices until
occnnence. Ware, also Clias. W. Bolton were'pass- Titusvllle. Mr. Powell's place is one of the best any ,
engers: on Saturday's train Melbourne, kept and with his neat yard ,adds muchto further uullce.DUREN.

A. L. Hatch of City Point paid a returning the same day. our town. .. -- ." ..
to his
lay but week.son-our night operator-one Thanksgiving will be celebrated hereby Sebastian.Frank Mrs and Mrs.\ W. W. harden of ON- & FE ASTER

a big neighborhood dinner, which V\IgON.: V., returned to their pretty 1
Herbert Johnson, of Boston, passed means lots of /good things to eat and asocial winter home, on the Melbourne Itlull,
through) :: here Friday last, en route to 1 day with your friends, to be finished Forster, of Orchid, was in town last week. We are always pleased to GROCERIES, FRUITS &: VEGETABLES Florida and ,

oak Lodge to spend the winter. off by a hop in the evening. Details this week. see this favorite couplo back among/ us,

J. A. Errickson of DeLand, was here later. John McAllister made a business tripto for they add much to the society of our Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery, Glass. find 'flnware. ;
,w'j' In the first of the week. enterprising community. our Jatronale Solicited.rrLTUSvILLE "
the week, In the Interests of his On Sunday last Frank Comstock and Titusville

lIlng' machine business. W. M.\ Ely came up in 1\ I launch: from Harry Benson of Baltimore; left on Melbourne\ people observed Thanksgiving FLOHIDA. ,

Several carloads of shell are expected Roseland, and visited Mrs. Comstock Tuesday morning: for home. lie will day by going/ to church In the
to al'rlve' this week and the work of until Monday, when Mr.\ Ely went on to stop over in Titusvllle\ and Cocoii. morning, playing base ball; etc., In the :
'idling Melbourne and Mr. Comstock returned afternoon, attending the oyster supper
our streets will next ; CHEAP-r
Monday)( (D. V.). commence to his work at Raseland. Fritz of /S.Light Kltching is painting this week the, store which building adds- given entertainment: by the C.In}o;.the people evening.and base Wo never ball GOOD FERTILIZER !

Mr. and Irs. Geo. F. Paddison celerated The play rendered by some of our much to its appearance. f fail to have good times when we get halt
)) their people, at the Literary Society _- i i
wedding anniversary young and The Misses Emily Kitching and Gertrude a chance.
il3t Friday evening, at their residence on Saturday evening, was very good \
Haidesty returned home Monday
Eau Gallic river loudly applauded, as were several other mOI.nlnfrlm Stuart, where they have Mrs.\ JohnFisher died on tho lOomIng LITTLE :aaos. .'
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songs and recitations. Our society grows of the liltli/ at her home In South
Mes81's. Treutler, Gleason, Smith, Olm- week. The house !been spending the slimmer.
stead and Improves every Melbourne. The remains were Interred
Tili'!",\Near and Hodgson left for Titus- was crowded to its utmost Saturday/ Arthur Krogel carrying large quantities In the Melbourne cemetery, the service .... FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. j tOt
""nesses-Monday, to serve an Jurymen and evening. of crate material, fertilizer, etc, to being oonducted by Itev. W. C. Barnes
in the Circuit Court. east side points this week. She leaves a sorrowing husband and two
rs. mall children, who have the .sympathy Jaa111. c zwillo: : P1a... ,1
iG> returned from a Send the ABVOCATB an Order for any We would like to Inform the Star correspondent -
''Jay'a vlsltto' her mother at Titusvllle on Mon- Job printing you need.] as to the doings of !Stanley of all our people In their sad loss.. Aro Offering Their _. -_ -"- ---- --- ]

i train, the latter lady's Illness havIng Kitching at Waveland, but are unable to Tourists will find, Melbourne I a delightful j
Ensey taken a turn for the better. .Mrs. do so. Perhaps he bad business over spot to spend the winter parties "A11 :rO\l.rl.d.: : : :rars.d"

!'rueGilbert? was met at the station by Miss Fort Pierce. there, or he may have friends there. We being able now to make daily trips' to .
night. and was her guest over hope be has. Stanley Is quite popular, Melbourne Reach, where to the lovers at tho Exceedingly Low Pried 'of .
and generally moves about a good deal. of nature and her handiwork, the ocean

home Capt. and MrsJohl> B. Smith are at L. Carleton Is building a nice meat In replying to the correspondent from beach >. full of Interest.. Great swerl- ..'/ -.'-.. =- .'-.. $ 5ee' "" To.. ':I,
) on their Tropic place during the market at the depot. Reams, I will say that If he will get agill lug bands of suiv-sn.ike crawl In and out .- '. ... .. .
can tides und the careful
the restless
Pioneer.cultivating being season moored, their Banana houseboat Mr. and Mrs. Tyndall and family, of net and go fishing mullet for that bottom he won't fish on searcher will fInd fabrics of exquisite C Ammonia ,.. ,.r. .A to 6 per cent ,1

a'er Cl Pt. Smith's health on has been6raj Waveland, were pleasant visitors in town he will get so many of them fur month.I semi moss, more wonderfully woven than Guaranteed AiiaiynU( Available Phosphoric Acid... .0& tl> 6" t.
;? Tuesday. be able to dispose a the products of Valenclnnen. This Is a (' Actual Potash . . . ,3 to 4" .
for 15
J"0117 recently, but we hope to see have not lived on Indian River
around again soon as well as ever. 1IIe8lrs. J. Tyler and T. J. O'Brien for nothing' and I consider that I clean !beach where children love to build Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlates, Super-phosphates and Potashes }l

?leIlRr+ left Monday for Titusville, to attend have used my eyes (it good deal. Of sand castles; pelicans sweep feel by their over Nothing better for 1'lneapples, Vegetable, and present condition of the OrangaTrees. .
mine, Selby and McCormack, silver court. course, we cannot expect a man who head, and often stop to on 1'1'
*f Irotel Operators of Colorado, are guests heavy /grow banns and does nothing else, to prey, the /fish, regardless. of the watcherson A fine stock:'of all kind of Fertilizer )Material'constantly on hand.

: i Granada.all winter In These Florida gentlemenhintmain for the and We windy are experiencing weather from some the very east, Just know anything about the fish business.We the beach.BEAUTIFUL.u ._ __.___ J3T- Write for Pamphlet and Prices., __ j

M I and shooting, their Itinerary now. have been trying to keep the people PRESENTS: consisting of LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER &., PHOSPHATE CO.. I

.llalDl brllClng a trip down the East Coast to 3fr.\ Hood returned Monday, from who read the pink paper posted on bureaus, wasbstands, toilet tables and Jacksonville Fla.
and W. W Russell at this
eeaa.fRey.n.. return on the schooner Prin- Lake Helen, where he went to attend the doing The of Sebastian Mr. and Cincinnati other articles of children' furniture, -- -- .- -- --."_ ..- -- -
place. ,
the Baptist Con'erence. Farms Railroad is built a distance of ten gotten up very prettily, useful as well .
} M' Prince! *nd wife retarned, The Rev. Mr. Barnes, of ;Melbourne, miles; Mr. Russell has planted out a* ornamental 31 rs. Reynolds, TltusTllle. THE "ADVOCATE"/ .docs first. lass, ,uptodateJOB
.: from Lake Helen, where they. service here Sunday extensive pinery, and expeeUto .
den held Episcopal quite
WI-ciatios.In attendance on the..' Baptist ; evening In the Baptist church, to a put In two dredge to drain the 115,000 PRINTING and we are prepared to meet' all Competition "n
They were I pleased : fail to read Inside ,
high congregation. acres of muck land a* soon a* pOMlbl* Never our page
kPltallty: heart.T'welcome .DeI kindly large returned homeTbllnday. It Is expected that the railroad will go You will always find something to Interest in Gire ns a trial order. '
prices '
-'se Rem..zteMed Ber. &by#.their Gore brrthreo laM been of I :Mis Lizzie, alter *UI* In Middle Flor to Tampa, and If .U does,ADTOCATC'C&'. 700. :.. \




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Over Years PRICE ,
! :: \ Thirty KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ,

Seminole Uxlge, Xo. :38. holds Its Hirelings at
{ An Opportunity to Get the "'n- the Court house. the first four Tlmrsduy. evenings
i : : : Without Sickness. dian River Advocate" and of each. month, at 8 o'clock I""i. in.
L. T. COODY S. 1>. GElfltl.,
ig the Florida Citizen Together C. C. M. of F. & K. of R. & S.
g I Mr. II. WETTSTEIN, a well-known at u Greatly Reduced

.. DIMPLES. enterprising citizen of Byron Ill., Hate. INDIAN RIVER HITARDS.
i writes: "Before I paid much atten-
) They Cmn Now Be Artlllelallj; Produced Drill at the Armory, over county Jail. every
p)1 Wbllo Too Walt tion to regulating the bowels, I The Florida Citizen: Is now one of the Tuesday. evening In thn month at o'clock..

I 'i 'u k r. Any woman who has been overlooked hardly knew a well day; but since I most complete newspapers in the United A.T. FEAST ,Captain.' yI
States, outside of the great metropolitan
by nature in the distribution of dimples learned the evil re-
t centers. Its type are set entirely by .
con have the deficiency supplied by mach suits of constipation, machinery, and Its printing is ,done on INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD iTEMrLAUSTltusvllle cr
inery. and the efficacy of one of Hue's large presses. Steam and Lodge No. IT meets every Tuesday.. l
church. Publlo
)yrl(. Of course the machinery must be in electric power both are used, and telegraph evening meetings, I:3(1 first:: Tuesday In Presbyterian In each month. /4O&

{ ,1 the hands of a skilled manipulator, or AVER'SPills wires are carried directly into the C. A. GARl>XER. G. W. SCO1IIE, Fw
I, ; ) the result would be an unsightly avert office. The best of material Is employedin Beo't. C.T.
I have not had!
and most of the
(y. or potwibly i an open sore or complication every ,
t: of blood poisoning. one day's idcix!'** .. members of the force are old and experienced ---" ----- 1 w R

$ The new apparatus, the advent of "+ forever thirty years journalists.- The news of the CHURCHES. O .
world l is obtained from the Associated
I which baa '+ I "W' not one Hitokthat ,
a been hailed with in the
joy Press, and that of the /State front- representatives
world feminine", consist of a specially did not readily yicl l t h1< tl.ir. stationed in every Importanttown. EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

,; designed knife with a dainty but very remedy Jly wife had been, |'mv The greatest care Is taken to obtain Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each (_

Y tkti'' harp blade, a tiny keen edged scoop oils to our marriage, an IntiilM l J.< correct reports and to avoid false montb at" a. m.and Too: p. m. Sunday school )

j ;i and a very fine needle. With these in- years. She had a prejudice n;';Hi r and sensational rumors. Particular of I every p. m.i Sunday on .Wednesdays.at t :.30 a. m.Litany service\ every at l/ JJ

f I trtnunents m pretty, lifelike dimple can cathartics but HS roan ui she l-tpn low criminalities and other matter unfit rrlday at 10 a. m.
for household reading are excluded. In Rsv. B. T. BItOWN Rector.
be produced as effective M the genuine to use Ayer's Pills her IIt'1I1I1I1'
9 "4( ,X of kieL"f politics the paper soundly Democratic,
print an "angel'a "
: a'' 1- A small, straight inotaion is made in restored. following the principles laid down by METHODIST CHURCH. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
Andrew Jackson, and refusing to lend
ti ;1 the"cheek or chin of the ambitions. patient Itself to temporary crazes and schemes! Regular. services every first third and fourth Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York

' L I.. t l tfifr'M representing the diameter of the i for private I advantage. The Daily Citizen Sumluys School every at 11 Sunday a. m. at and 10 T:00:00' a.p.m.m. Sunday The Fleet Is composed tof the following Handsome. New Steel Steamers. :

$ proposed improvement. With the little is believed to have a larger circulation League"' each Sunday at !l:30: p. m. Prayer. meeting "
, scoop a small portion of the fat under. IVER'SCathartic than any other dally journal south every. Thursday. night meets.at every TOO: p Wednesday>. in. The, "Comanehe" (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois "Cherokee, "Scminol(
Aid Society
? ?|* n< siiijiJi lying the skin ia removed. The delicate of Atlanta and east of New Orleans at Ladle 3:
t needle sews the edges of the cut together The subscription price of the Weekly services. .
Citizen U (1 and that of the F. M. C. FADS, Pastor. Steamers ace appointed to sail according to the title
and the a year, .
again is ,
operation .
completed. From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Thnrnil
a i In two or three days the stitches are Medal and Diploma at World's Fair. Dally Citizen #8. We will supply the From CKARLFSTm.: 8. C., Mondays, Wednesday, .'nIL.Jo'or .
v INDIAN RIVER ADvocATE and the Line" Schedule Jacksonville! and Charleston: dully '
hour of sailing see "Clyde paper|
1 ; removed, and within the week the To Restore. Strength, take Aytr'i SartaparillaWearlnc Weekly Citizen together for 1.75, or the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

v, i11 ))1 a wound is entirely healed, leaving the ... INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATK and the Dally: Services Sabbath at 11 a. m.and TJflp.m.: South-Bound.
--- ----- -- ----- --- -- every
II 4L' slight: depression in the surface of the Citizen for 800. A specimen copy of Sunday school. atI\ :... a. m., Chan. flanlner. For Strainers CIIARLE14T01,14.C.: :are appointed' to.sail-from. Pier- itO., East- River- Mondaywelnesdays!New York. at 3 p..m.. as and follow Erll,;.

(' i skin which poeU call a dimple. a Tell. either the Dally or the Weekly Citizencan at Suit T:::10.Prayer The. iiutillo meeting are; cordially on Wednesday Invited evening to at.term *; For JACKSONVILLE FLA.caning( Charleston. ), Mondays, Wednesdays and. JtW

; 1 1'n! 'n The operation ia a simple matter of The art of arranging a veil successfully be obtained by sending a postal card our services.

,: r ,#11 facial surgery, but it requires delicacy and at the same time fashionably to the office of the Citizen, Jacksonville, H. M. GOODELI., Pastor St. Johns River Line.
and skill to prevent If it is well Florida. Clyde's
1 a soar. cannot ba so simple .a* it seems, since
y +N done, it is only necessary to assist the BO many women fail to accomplish the BAPTIST CHURCH. (DK BART LINE)

'' 1 process of nature by proper dressing and desirable result. They. put their veils on Resumption of the Through second and fourth Sundays. The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer.
7' t 4" protection and the wound heals over soaa so tight that they wrinkle across the Sleeper Line Between Jacksonville mornlnK all evening.; Prayer Meetings every CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
1 ii to entirely obliterate the track of heN face and flatten the end of the none and Wednesday. evening at. 7.00: o'clock. Sunday
and Kansas City. School every Sunday. .at 9:48 a. m. Also preaching W. A. SHAW
knife. the nnneedud length is left to hang in first Sunday at La(4ran. ; ; Sunday. appointed to sail. .as follows
rt '' G Not often does a womaan in possession untidy ends at the back. All veils Peninsular and Oak. Hill. All are cordially. invited to attend.B. Leaves Jacksonville 8.30: p m, Sundays Tuesdays. and Satunlaji for ralatSantWd !
Florida Central &
, ; of a natural.dimple desire to have The A. GEIOBK, Pastor. Kntedrrlxe and Intermediate: landings on the St.John's River.
,; should be few inches in the
gathered a .
Its connections have arranged to resume Leaves. tI..Dlortlll.oo .a. m., Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jackson\.
l e it removed, but occasionally a man who middle on the upper edge to make them the through-sleeper line between Jack

considers the mark a badge. of effeminacy fit. Fashion varies in the disposition of sonville and Kansas City. The first car CATHOLIC CHURCH. SOUTH IWHTND. SCHEDULE I NOhtTlt! .llun,

1, I' it wishes to get rid of it. This is just aa his: little article of dress, which, if not started from Kansas City, Sunday morn- \' In new Read downn ........................ ,lIe".ll1p
7 Services at 10 a. m. every Leave. 3.311 ......................... Jack..onvllle. Arrive 3.:10: I
t'i simple an operation as is the other. Instead properly 1 arranged, can make a woman lag, the 15th inst., at ]10:50: a. m., arriv- Church building, North Titusville. Children's(: .. 8.46 p.lna.10. ............................Palatk............................ Leave. Stop,
of removing a bit of fat from beneath look she has ing in Jacksonville, Tuesday morning, catechism. .at 3 p. m. U 3.041 a. m. ........... ... ....... .. Astor... ........ ....... ........... 3.00p.
i as though everything on the 17th Inst. at 9( The first car Ray.3.F.O'RovLzRector. ., 4',3G a. m. .. .... ........ ...........St. Francl........................... 1.:101:
sl the surface a small portion of the had been thrown at her. Just as present a. m. U 5.3* a. m. ............ ........... Ilereeford ................... ........ 12.110 D'.'
1i skin itself ia out The of the westward left Jacksonville, Tuesday I
edges .Blue
t # away. veils are made crescent shaped, with -- : : ::: ::. Sprung :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: -
'(J dimple are drawn together with stitches evening, at 6:45:& p. m. The route is over Arrive 8.30' : : ::::::::::::::: : : :. San. ord. Oaea
) I applique lace borders and are worn the Florida. Central & Peninsular Railroad Notice. .. 0.25.: a. m. ....... .Enterprise.. .. ...................... U.3II.)
k i I the incision heals and the depression very loose, leaving the chin entirely Southern Railway, Kansas City, .. .... ... ...... .. ..:.SoFla.Rallroai, Wharf (Sanford)............................12.1Op

I { ,;p d I t disappear !reo. Afternoon teas are responsible for Memphis & Birmingham and Kansas Is hereby given to the Presbyterian Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonvill
I The artificial dimple however, has this; fashion, as loose veil are more City, Fort Scott & Memphis Railroad, NOTICE of Relief for Disabled.. Ministers,etc.,
I; .i t i Sta drawbacks. It is too permanent. No easily managed than tight The via Everett, Macon' Atlanta Birmingham and the Board. of Home Missions of the
ones. Memphis Presbyterian church etc., of Philadelphia and J. A. Llt: LI :-.Sult. JNO. L. HOWABT. Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M.IBONMOI.GKR, JR., Fin Pere.A
tf :matter whether the owner be plunged latest novelty in veiling has a blue Holly Springs, Springfield New York respectively, .and all other persons JACKSONVILLE.
L ,' ) into the depths of grief, whether her' chenille and Fort Scott. Through sleeper Interested lln the estate of Clara. T. H. Eaton:: deceased '
dot and Russian net mountedover ,
'1 face without change. This is the only that. the undersigned. ; l executors of said. Tare G. Eeonfc.T.lII., A.J COBB,General Passenger Agent, M.I1."L\"DIA.T. l
be darkened
by anger or distorted white tulle. estate will apply to the County Judge of Kre- 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
f by jealousy, the dimple 11m lIes on. The through sleeping-car line between Jacksonville : vard county, at his offlce at Titus,-ille, Florida, \VM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,

novelty soon wears off, but the dimple The Pocket Probl..... and Kansas City. ON THE 7th DAY OF DECEMBER, A 1)I8IW 5 Bawling Green.New York. 13: So. Delaware A:r.,Phllad-lpli,
tat.an order for the public sale under the provisions .
Dot and becomes and
r' a mockery
a The pocket question for women's Notice to Creditors. of the will of ClaraT. H. Eaton:: of the
y, delusion of said deceased at Mellourne !-
is little set following; estate
a more satisfactorily
gowns to-wlti Lot.4, block 10, of
17 Florida
'Nothing we produce artificially in tIed this season than usual. In the full Melbourne,with the Improvements thereon. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
1 i,3 the line baa creditors of the estate of Gideon Coliiu-!
dimple charm of theMai
I plaits at the back and slightly at the THE .. late. of Brevard county, decotuwil.. THOMAS ALEXANDER.
r '''r; article" said a well known uptown side of the fashionable skirt it Is possible will take. notice that. the administrator of ELIZABETH C. EATON.
+ ''i Ir a..hl..tate. suggested the Insolvency of the Florida New York
dermatologist. "The duty of a to put a pocket and with the revival .mel. | By Robbins & Or..h..m.their ,
t dimple ia to punctuate a smile. It must of belts to a degree not known Wherefore, said creditors, and all persons Attorneys. nov6-27 Philadelphia and Boston.
laving claims aKUlnnt salil. estate will be required -
come and go, to meet the requirements for' several the manufacturers
seasons to before me, on or before
1 of facial ezpreasion. A perpetual smile appear Sailing from Brunswick. Ga., direct to New lurk.
s i have shown a kindly appreciation of TilE FIRST DAY OF JUNK' 18OT,
.II. Would be an awkward thing to carry the pocket poverty of womunkind. To and ale with uie their said claims. ,or paymentwill PASSENGER SERVICE.

1' around, especially at funerals, and I many of the belts arc. attached small he Imrnxl. RUBBER TAMPS WHY NOT HAVE YOU Steamer train leaves JarkBonvllle (Union Di-pot), "A
k Th1.12.h day of November 1HMI.MlMinS.
+ ,, :look at an artificial dimple iu the same purses, varying in si/.o l fruui the) tiny JOVKS, WORK DONE BY QUICKCHEAPANDARCLlABL RAIL," F. C. & r. R. II.. on Thursday only 4:Ofl p. iii. Arn.
light. We generally advise against the ones suitable for change to the bill and E.C. II. TYNDALL County.JII"ge. .JtrutiKwick. 7:3O p. m. Pa sengors going at once on l t.usteamer.
'"I ? a operation although it is perfectly harmless card purse. A genuine novelty whichis Administrator. nov2Rouy20Why : : BRA55 FIRM. STEEL DIES WAVSEALS. Through car. without transfer. Jacksonville to Dnintvl

d but any one who wants n dimple for the but is for. EALS BRASS CHECKS.BIGGESTPLAN.
.4! Ii provided bicyclist will you buy bitter nauseating: : PROPOSED SAILINGS I
; can have it, with little annoyance. iuuutely not copyrighted by that for. tonics; when Grove's Tasteless Chill : Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,3:34)4.: .in, (Standard. Time.) Lv.Bmnsi.. !.

I$14$ New York Herald. uuate; woman, is a little pouch of net. Tonic U as plemant as Lemon Syrup. STEEL ; Friday, Oct. 9......... .. .........?.......COLORADO .... .... ..... ........ ... ...Friday( Oft
;II ted cord, which, fastened to the belt Your druggist: Is authorized to refund Fridaylot.Ill................. ............RIO GRANDE. .... ....... ....... .. Friday, (Oft
r I I the money in every case where it fails toouie. 0a7WeQ, IN THE SOUTH1 Friday, Oct. !Cit.! ...... ........................COLORADO.... .... ................_FrMay, <1)11"
t TEA, COFFEE AND COCOA. and with a spring opening, is a safe Pi'Ice 00 23-10-07\ r.u. Friday, Oct. W)..... .. ........ .............RIO GRANDE....... ......... ... .. ..Friday, Vw
and light receptacle for purse or huud- cents. .Friday. Nor. H...... ............ ...........COLORADO...... ................. ...Friday, Nor
1 The Chinese name for tea ia cha or kerchief or both.-New York Times. For Information. steamers trains. rates etc. apply to anv railroad agent<"r to
-- ----- -- ------- ---
fq u r a A. P. MURPHY Agent, Fernandlna. Flo. CHAS. DAVIES. Agent, WO' W. Bay St.Jacksomll
toha.The It. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick 0....
t sassafras tree ia a variety of the Delft KCreoU. C.H.IALI.OR\.Oen. Agent,Pier :'M, E. River .and 3Uli Jlro..dwayX.. Y.
laureL The rage for delft effects has produced -

fl t i Roosted coffee is an excellent disin many delft undrooius. White furniture Things to Make the Thoughtless Think .

octant bed, dressing table and chiffonier, d THAT THE HIDER OF A

i i ; Coffee is an excellent antidote to are treated with Dutch landscapes to ....................................................... ........ .-.................................
lk harmonize with delft hangings, paper A Boon to Florida !
1 ; opium poison. and brio brae. A
m> *J -a- room seen lately hada gEATIHG :BICYLE e-'
1 r1 In large done mate is said to be frieze of delft plates and just below, 1

111' A i f strongly einetio. on hooks provided for the purpose, a ............................... ... ... .......-.................... ........... .-.... ..........

The mate or Peruvian tea ia made Fringe of blue and white teacups run- Enjoys his trips more than other riders

1 v 1 r from a plant of the holly family. ning quite around the room. A woman 1JECAUSK Water Works for Your Homes, ,

; Over 10,000,000 pounds of mate are who saw and admired the scheme declared ills wheel lighter. The long chain gives easy move-

f Annually exported from Paraguay. that she would duplicate it "with ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that Etc. under own Control
l Improvements, for iu lieu of teacups I easy glide-that pleases. your
l 11 I Four pounds of green leaves are required
N will get delft teabells, take the handlesoff Art Catalogue ...,ts. In Stamps.
))1 / to make one of the dried tea. "

R Boasted coffee loses 20 per cent in As and however hang, them these below bells the are freize.heavy KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke, Mass.

$ i i weight and gains CO per cent in bulk. i enough to hang without vibration it r t YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DOUsed

lf The cultivation of coffee was introduced cannot be seen where the improvement

11 into Java from Arabia in 1080. in achieved.-New York Letter. THE REST,

} Cocoa introduced into Europe ,
was while some cows were passing the
ft from Mexico by the Spaniards in 1630. house one of them lowed. "Oh mam* with open and driven well

jii The Portuguese first brought tea wa I" exclaimed Clark. "One of the springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

it m from China and the oast in the sixteenth horns blew. Which one was it?'-
an air pump delivers the water all
I I ,, century Youth's Companion.
111 over ;your house with pressure. No cost q

SEE THAT CUI.VK. to operate. No windmill or overhead-

tank. Simple and durable. !,,

r Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S b S. )y'

..I ; Get Many thousand dollars -------- ------ Pneomatle Water Work !.i E ,.
---------- ADVOCATE or to
System. -
; '
worth of valuable articles for either Domestic. ,

'#G YourChristmas suitable for Christmas FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, D ear I ng, Parslow & Co., Dearing orPasdcyarote.Parslow & Co.,. >,:'t I F:

I' gifts for the young and (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. P -H".$..LOW ft*,.Man ..d.va. .

t's s old,* are to be given to Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.
i Gifts smokers of Blackwell's CHAS.: :e I.: VM 2G 0 0 .

stock of Pianos Organs sheet DEALERS INCtDCLd-
t purchased in January last the immense ,
Free bacco. You will find music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out F'ine wines : LicJ.uor
the stock of Pianos and Organs unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full

I one coupon inside each line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. "11'. 419 W. Bar; St..
We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we

/'ii two ounce bag, and two ask for them Kwal: ................. .. ...f3IIO Halne. Rros., style 6mah... ................$2no JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
Conov.r.. ,.trl. ..... ............ .. 3'.15 h..b9rt. .. 18......................... 216 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from f 1.73
,, coupons inside each four BlackwiU'sTolMM ,. a K..b.JeD ......... ....... ... .. 2Of1 Malcolm LOTS waI.................... 260N to 03 JSO per nllon ,
.................... 2ou BrandlM from; $1.78 to$3.75
N .J. wad..........;............. 3110 Steinway eb per gallon.
l'' I ounce bag of Blackwell'sDurham. N 1\1..b. .... .. ., ............. ... 01110' Everett el... ................. 1211 W- w.make a Specialty of North Carolina
1 .. .. K.wal.. ....... ........ ....... 226 JUnpbuQ'. style R eb..................... 228McCammon Mountain Dew Corn Whisker, three
of IIIIIIIthis ....., ...... 3110 A.b....... .. ............ 2no old."I-M gallon.
.. .. years
bag web. per
Buy a j style 22.
1 I
.. .. .... ... .. ... .. .. 3116 Knab.OrandN ................. ..... -
:lJ.n..b. .b ....... .... ....... 176'JIfO .Jup-I &aI., 2sct"1 2 '"'.,Mete a caJ..
celebrated tobacco f u 7wit....... ...., ... .. To3 8&UTfeean' IIOtte.'I PURE
:'j $ N ... .......... ... .. sal... .. .......... .2noRain.
j .e.. Bra.. .. 7..b.8..b.............. ..... .. 21) Newshy&: Evane eb. ................ .. 126N : gal. 'II 10 caJ.,,1.25; )"bbl.,
% and read the coupon| DURHAI .... N 8.b....................... 178 .J.t.S&ar.Morrie. .b..._............_..._. 100 lieN Parties living In Dry Towns will do
N slab..100
which.:.gives a list of val. Some of these 3. pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and well to HO order per cent from on Qat order.eau. aarathem y

uable and how put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- ty: *Always send money with order '
s l.i presents funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstructton book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville wewlll not open new accounts unless
or half price. Write us. suitable Jacksonville reference I* glen.
mu.lo at
to get>thexn. ; cash or installment.FREYER No Goods sent C. O. D to Dry Town
} BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Agent for IndlanopolU Brewing; Col:,
r 24 E Fowvth Street Jacksonville, Fla. Brewer and Bottler,Indianapolis, Ind




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professional Cards. FOR LITTLE IfOI 1S. ]:EJOTELS.: I -. n.
J I ..a: -- Ill 1 :F-LOB.JI: 5
--- --- -

How the Little Folk. Can Have Some
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Fait on Stormy Day*.

From 10 to 12 a. m., With some clean potatoes. some car
: '
,ntBociw C. B. KNOTT GenM
rots Superintendent. h
IfF parsnips and
and 2 to( 4 p. m.TlTr8vii.LB toothpicks a rainy hk
Co. Florida. afternoon, can be made go short that df I
Brevard h
) I
i n nl '
,Bur IUS, supper will come hours before it is exported. iUln',ttt1 q ?_'NIt TMtbFrwry.t aq ST. AUfirSTINE:, ,
Iff o pr.ct'C8.: in all the' courts- taW and fed The potatoes should be small Alcazar
and as knobby and ,
"' for examining and I perfect- queer shaped us it i
,gU: d I facilities jtlc., Is possible to get then Tho parsnip JOS. I". OIIKAVKS: Manager.. .
I and carrots should bo washed clean Open November first toMay; first
> and the toothpicks should be of the I'
CAltY-E1 WES, common wooden kind. Casino,

With these materials, all or part of .
NOTARY PUBLIC, them, and a couple of knives, a whole I .\. M. TAYLOR: Superintendent '. tt
STATE AT LARGE. menagerie of animal and whole room HOTEL ROYAL POIXCIANA :Swimming Pool. Russian. and Turkish ll.xtlia. :" II
ful of dolls can be made. The toothtt I
Typewriting, taxes paid for non- PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. Ponce de Leon i
,. >Uunta, rents and accounts collected, .',.
Etc}" etc. Correspondence. solicited 6 OPEN JANUARY TO APRIL. ACCOMMODATION FOIL 1HM( ). r: fllLLlS A MURRAY, Managers. -:,,*j
Florida Open January to Apt'II. M7> .
Titusville, FRED STKKHY, Manager. '

Cordova, ,
- --

MILLER\ AUCIIITECTS.& KENNAUD,: Rooms: only. Open dining,: February and March: "." I

r ORMOND.( ,
, business will have 'ri, r
) ,, East Const prompt The Ormond ,

attention. a ANDERSON: & PRICE, (
, !
k ,
TAMPA, FLOIHDA.fINOU eFJ s Open December to April ;
.. I
into t f fr 1 PALM HEACH, .
S. JONES, n .
1 1 1 Royal Poinciana, w '''


I"t IlITC'SVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA 1 tI t ) 1 Open January to A pi'II.

County Judge of Brevard County. "
.: 1 Palm Beach Inn "

de.I. I FREI: > s'nmt1I1I1n"; cr. >
11 I. D. L. DOD:::OY, ) Y, [' Open' Dvcuniber to May. ..'. ;..,' Mi' .v .
LM '" n *\;
Palm Beach Casino, ;;. .

Office over postoffice.. THE HOTEL ORMOND, h. A. WATSON, Superintendent, J
picks are used to join tho head, arms, Salt Water :Swimming Pool Surf Bathing. .*l
OKMOND-ON-rilK-llAMFAX. Fishing from Ocean Pier.
legs, etc., to the body of tho animal or .
Accommodation .for :800 guests. Rates, .fl:i per day and upwards. "
doll.The Open from December until April. MIAMI, :, ,
m GAULDEN, pictures showing vegetable toys
D.L. are sketches of some actually made. Of ANDICHSOV & PIIICK, Managcm.! Royal Palm I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, course some of the originals of the pictures II. W. MKliRILL: Manager
V'iiractlee\' In nil\ the Courts of the StaterHmicltt were rather difficult to make but On BlHcayno Hay. Open January 1, 181)7.
1 ,and the United States Courts.P a little care will enable the ani- SAGE SAYINGS.He I ..
. ,
0.nn.,233. TITUSVILLE, FLA. New York Office 26 Broadway
.. mal maker to do wonders. Some of the
I., Money to Loan. 18 best of the toys illustrated were made who bows right principles is not
._ .
Lm by a girl not over 10 years of ago but equal to him who lows them.-Con- r /jyrt ill 0 0 _., ._ _
. then site had spent three of her 10 years fucius. 31
L. n. FREEMAN HALL, in a kindergarten, where she cutout There is nothing BO likely to produce 'f ItAAe rAt'\Jl't.\ r'.ibnp, jOPP. The Hotel Placide Opened at

, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW all sorts of pretty designs in colored paper peace as to be well prepared to meet theenewy tlf.'oI 3MYAIIA'flAZOMiLESDFBEACHFORAPLAT'C 1894
III and modeled dolls and dogs and .-W ashingtoll.rare UND!! JACKSONVII.I.K: :, .'[.1 IUlIJA.

& INSURANCE: AGENT. cows in modeling clay. One strange virtue In speeches! F.... ... C.run..ln tho Main the \
Sometimes a funny doll can bo made special tiir at I Mode 5JI'1 the center of city, on Street, dividing line between east and \veHt
\ and the secret of their mastery, is, that ono block from Bay Kvejythlng; entirely now. Elegantly: furnished tliioughout.
with potatoes without cutting or shaping rate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation
Titusville, Florida. they are short.-Ilalleck. good fIshing, good cooking. Superior Cuisine and Service Bas meets all trains Twins ta.fiO: per day nnd
them at all but it is more fun cut-
\ Philosophy, when superficially studied upwards. Special rater by the week. N. I.. WARD, Piopiletor.J. .
Representing all the best and strong- ting the "murphies" to shape.

Imnrnnce Companies. Is preparedto The horse in the picture was made excites doubt; when thoroughly 0" _0 __ 0 __ _, ._ _
h write lines to any amount, anywhereon with a carrot body and potato legs and explored, it dispels it.-Bacon. HOTEL MELBOURNE Oh.

the East Coast. head and the rider was made of pota- This peculiar ill property has folly, I --__ A. HAPPERSETTE. .
toes. The trunk of the elephant was that it enlarges men's. desires while it '

BISCAV.VE BAY, DADK COUUTV.I made by slitting the tip of a carrot and lessens, their capacities.South. I' : Jt'J"DJ: :. .:I'r: :RIVER: :: ::: :HOTEL: : :: :: ,
W. EWAN, bending it up and the curly tail of the We want fewer things to live in poverty : MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA.
pig was made out of a hairpin. with satisfaction than to live magnificently
/. U. S. (; ))IMISSIONER.otary .
There aro no rules to follow in make with riches.-St. Evremond. Open all the year round Good FishIng '

Public State at Large. ing vegetable toys!, for rules and regulations Free will is not the liberty to do Hunting and Yachting. Rates, ,, t TITUSVILLE,
Lands and directions spoil the fun. Just tgry ..,
Selected; Conveyances made. whatever one likes, but the power of "
Correnpomlence solicited. Address: collect the vegetables and toothpicks and doing whatever one sees ought to be $2.60 and upwards ? ; Indian Rivoi'st .

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, go to work, and the dolls and dogs and done.--G. Macdonald. Proprietress, l\Iu"C.", J. HKCTOV. 1 Flu..p. .
Office, Ewan's Landing. cats and elephants and pigs and tar babies Thou'art''' in the end what thou art. .. -

will almost grow themselves. Put on wig! with millions of curls set r J. A. HAPPERSETTKMANAflKlt.; )
Chicago Record. thy foot upon ell high rocks. Thou Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel
W. ALLEN, \ .
GEORGE Sky and Weather. abideat ever-what thou art-Goethe. be. : -

ATTORSEY.AT-LAW: Boys who live on farms are generally Hotel Geneva "Ti* ''fcffdiMS IA'fyatWKSat l r r Open All The Y nr.
good weather prophets. They can
Key Wcst, .. Floilda. 'guess" with better results than city High Class y; -
bred boys, for weather is a very important Only a few minutes'
Will practice In the United States thing on a farm, and the boys in @ Cur. For.yIII and Cedar Ht.., IIAII ni IIII I is null II it ? t ,.i ,'. I nl. walk from Railway stations

I and State Courts. OjunOo; the country know scores of "signs" and Steamboat l.ind-\
Jacksonville Fla.
which tell them what to expect in theo Garpetings u tloailr,0'.t, Ing.

LEX way of sun, rain and wind. Modern Oaths etc 0. the
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON Improvements, on
A ... Vd"a\iRl'ver.
They look upon the sky as tlie best Every floor. las and Electric far-famed.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW: of weather forecasters, and it is a fact Lights, Passenger Elevator Artistically
H. E. CLARK tr: rn xt N 3W M11N11Gt 3s.MIDNT.
that the color of the sky at particular and Elegantly" Fur

JACKSONVILLE; AND TAVARES, FLA. times is a good guide to the weather nished. .'. ... o . .
Will continue to practice. In the courts conditions to be expected within the
"I the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All coming 24 hours.A 38 West Bay St., Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. _
business| before the United States and 4t STANTON
rosy sunset indicates good weather HOUSE.
Mate Circuit Courts will receive the but if you see a ruddy sunset look out Jacksonville, Florida, Weekly Knteaon A|>|>ll<'Htlon. .
attention of Mr. Alex St. Mpeolvl llnten for the Humm''r.
Ciair-Abrams. for bad weather.A Announces the opening of Ills Spring
bright yellow sky in the evening ED. L. OWENS Prop. D, J. JONES, Proprietor.
Stock of select and exclusive patterns of Q
indicates wind; a pale yellow sky is a
HODGES hint'to take an umbrella with ;you. fine grade Carpet Ings ami Mattings. i
& GODFREY, If the sky is of a dull gray in the Rugs; and Shades In all sizes and colors. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog
morning it will be safe to go ahead with HOTEL COQUINA *
Manufacturers of the picnic for a dull gray morning sky bend:: for Samples nod Prices, and you Families.

indicates good weather.If will be plcaned. Open December 3rd. D
Yellow Pine Lumber the sky takes on any deep or un-
; usual color, it is safe to say that windor Two Minutes Walk from Central

ROUGH A DRESSED, ruin is coming if it is summer or AWNINGSFor -* ORMOHD-"BY-THE-SEA *- Depot,
if it is winter.
both wind and snow
Bo& He...., your Store or Residence. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.Travelers' .
Fralt Vegetable Crate.. FLORIDA.SURF .
.Lumber dellvere" The tea plant may bo grown any ____ __ 0 __. _. 0 0 .
Indian River
lag thrnUK"hllll< bill of lading.; Anyone contemplat- where in the southern states of this We Send it Free BATHING AND DRIVING
rIte f nf on the** t CkMwft would do well to .
J.T, VS"?: The 8 wmlII Ifi nltuate.1 on the country.In
.Ry., ..miles mouth of aatka.! most parts of Asia vhere coffee is Specialties at Ormond. Hotel ,

Satsuma IIIJbt8,Putnam co. Fla. used the grounds are drunk with the -TO- .
> infusion. rr:: For Circulars, address,

Pineapple Cocoa, like milk, ii believed to have Weak'MenYoung SEISER & PINING Managers Street
Orange antI Lemon every element necessary to sustain the Bay Jacksonville, Fla.

Land For Sale ------ --
Cheap. human system. ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA.
Coffee roasteci to )brownness: loses a and Old.

land I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple large part of the aromatic oil that constitutes Rejoice With us In the Discovery.When This Hotel is now under new management .

on St. Lucle river, a few miles below its fragrance. ,
Ellen! 40 of which being northeast INDIANOLA HOUSE. and has been thoroughly renovated
of northeast a man has Buffered for years throughout. -
Barter, quarter of section FAITHFUL MEN OR with a weakness that blight bill life and
township 38, south of range 41 east; .WANTED to travel for responsible robs him of all that really makes life
the other 40 is the northeast quarter established house In Florida. Salary worth living. If he cm avail himself of a .....Indianola is on Merrills Island...... = = -
of Southeast quarter of section 3, $780 and expenses. Position permanent. complete cine, why not possess the

township 38, south of range 41 east. stamped. Reference.envelope.Enclose The National Aelf.addreANed, Star moral courage to stop his downwardcourse. Four Hiles North of Rockledge. Bus meet all Train. and Electric Cars pass door Bath rooms and all

The above land' can be bought for *10 Insurance Bldg., Chicago. We will send you by mall ABSOLUTELY Conveniences on every tloor.
per acre. It ia. suitable for pineapple, FREE, In plain package, the LARoE, Sunny rooms, all looking on
oranle lemon All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S VITAL Omen Ali the; TTO WT. -
vm'! or-lime growing. NATIONALHomeSeekers KESTOKATIVE TABLETS, with a Indian River Good home table.
ea.h.' be lold In Iota,of 40 acres, for legal guarantee to permanently cure Pure. soft drinking water. Walling, rowIng Rates:-American Plan,, $2 to. $2.SO; European, 6Oc. to $1.00.

This lasid"will soon be worth $50) Lo tManhi.odSlf-Abuite, Sexual Weak- meet Special Rates by the Week. i
and Will
.per hunting.
aero. forever
? ness, Varlcocele, stop night
Apply to C. IT. Walton, ADVOCATE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Emissions and unnatural drains. ate guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer FINLEY & MORROW, Proprietors.

'eSme;or to Bobbins 4 Graham Titustf -.I organs.turns to former appearances emaciated I them to and from home free of charge. o. __ ___ 0 __ __ _. __ __0__ :

; Exchanging Property for Property a tion.No C.If O.we D.could fraud not nor cure recipe, we decep-would- Rates: S1.5O per day, :aO'JEJI:: : :4 COrTOZIZIY: : :

\V TAnED FAITHFUL 'MEN OR Specialty. Send Description of what not send our medicine Free to try, and $8.00 per week. ,
wtahii.K omen to travel for responsible you have, IT80 5iboiw* |III Florida. Salary this may not appear again.! Address:
ezNlD.lea. MALABAR, Indian River FLORIDA.C. Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located
eat, on park, one
Refel'Qce. Enele.e .elf-a4dree.ed I C. CARROLL, Address: Western Medicine Compuj> O. W. SCHUYLER, block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid vl.w of Blseayna Bay. Rate

iIllPed llrauce Bldg. CLleago.yTbtJooal,'Star Beal Estate Agent. Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich Indianola, Fig .2 per day and upward. Special! rates by week or month. '





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',,::1 .I charged Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't-ReportBaking---
"I' ,' For Halo,
y: ., (Secretary. Foreman. C CPaid Ct
; Common nod fancy )pineapple plants. The court experts to adjoin to-day.
j Forty acres to select fioin. Lemon and
", other citrus VAI
.', tieim.JA.MKS Up Capital $26,000.00.
HOI.MKK';"" An Important Law GaMe
Jensen Fla.
The motion to dissolve the InjunctionIn Powdero ESTATE.We .
I' I I For Clmrtcr. the case of the Fort Dallas Land Co. 3
Vs. Losloy, Renaker C., was heard In
I fl ." ',' The fine sloop] ) Yiiukoe Doodle can be Chambers before Judge/ Jno. D. Uroome PDREI have for sale a large list of
J' jj chartered the month TltiiHvll.e, this week. In August last o ]
by week
day; or ; -" ---" .
--- -- -- ------ - - -- -
I i I .*ny boro between Ormond<1 Miami. LoHley, Renaker; & Co. /tiled their peti- ---- -- selected I Indian River Properties.
( : /:' <}ood accotHinodatlons for Indies. For tion to sell liquor and do a lencl'alsl&oonbUldlloKs leturned.I Mr. :McFarl.ind, who I III n Off to the Bahamas. Lands the
.jMli/: .further piutl'ciilarH, write to In the city of Miami, and were great hunter, brought young: lion and Agents for Sale of of Florida Coast Li

1 ::r: CAi'T. GI<.O. Cook, Immediately served with an Injunction M monkey with him. The lion wee bornin The schooner Tortueas In commandof ) Canal and Transportation Co.
,,. I ,,1 ,, Titusville, Fla. retraining them from carrying: on I hat captivity, and was purchased in Xew Captain McFadden took on a load of
!l.I ,I business, on the ground that their title Orleans An Iron cage has been fitted! 73,00() ;) feet of lumber at St. Augustine CANAL LA.N"DS.Florida : : .
J 1'\10'' deed contained restriction, providingthat for it and It will be
\ up trained by Mr. last week and on Saturday last she
:4! tI I l"I ''YI.; strawberry 1'lniitM for Sale- Intoxicating liquors should not be McFarland while in Titusville. Mr. and cleared for Nassau, N. P. She will return Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comna
I ': I., sold on lands. bought from the Fort Dallas Mrs. McFarland have Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and
l i rl"" ,I :r1l.r l, Cheap. many friends here, to St. Augustine with a. load of Investment Co',
t Land Company.The who are pleased to see them again.: fruit. and other Low Priced Lands.
I y \ { u'II ,rjr J motion before the Court was
p. 'I I i, 800 Newnan strawberry plants, In whether the Injunction should be dissolved Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
l ltl .' prime condition. or remain In force. After hearing
Titusville. Florida.
Iii I ; +t 'Inquire or address ADVOCATE office. on each able aide arguments Judge from Uroome the sustainedthe attorneys __=I I c=='t'TT"f. r YATEa.I ; .

J' j Injunction. -
'j,, (j i ORANGELEMONandf8AI'EFRUITNUb Notice of appeal has been given by de-
"I 1.t: varletlHn. Including the ., fendants' attorneys. oo=: Fred S. Chaffee
I "11'i t..mOIlIlI'lneapfI. c::> ICe.
t Ilan'nTardlff 1'arnon Urowii
If{ ,t I and Villa. Franca. Lemon.*| Marc ;BeetlleM Attorneys Oeo. M. Robbing, of Titus- -
" jl!Io I: ", .r '..melo.at the obi reliable Magnolia Numerlen.Alw ville, and A. G. Hamlin, of Jacksonville gg 1P
:4':' ':j. ;< ,1 > can fimilnh full linn. lUiclduoilH .took. were for the Fort Dallas Land Co.; andJudge I It >
l 1 iJ, 4U Hpwlul, ruteH. freight given to polntH noiitli. Minor :S. Jones of Titusville and ::&S ;
'v." }, t'-I I, 'i i J.W.&F.U.WAITE, === FRED S, CRAFFEE'
I < + Major Alex. St. Clair Abrams, of Jacksonville .
t"' ,;nove-jane Ilullevlew, Fla. t I II RegIstered Pharmacist. mOSraU.ru.I
', 'r, ,I" __ ___ represented Losley, Reuaker & ....c=
Company. CODealers; A Complete Assortment of I
Q::> p

c N ''a Millinery. Oysters.I r ___-- or- ....t-- $ PURE DRUGS and Druggists-- Sandd

am now prepared to supply the residents -
'1' of Titusville with line, fresh In- In STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Fruits and Vegetable Your' ->3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. e 8-

: .and DRESSMAKING. dian River oysters, at 25cts; per quart, orders solicited. TITUSVILLE, FLA. We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
1 delivered.

BKOCK RKVKI.H, We want trade. Give trial
City Wharf. teal' Estate your us a

Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer
Newly Ularrlcd. WILL s. THOMAS: : : Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
pTAgents for Stencil and Rubber Stamp. .

r Miami: : : .' :: :)ado Oo., .- Florida: : --- -- -
Mr.\ W. H. Henderson was married to
the Dealer I In choice lands on Biscayne Bay; Residence properties and farm landsat
residence of
Miss Brownrlgg at the
'. bilde's mother, about three miles east Miami\ Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of 20 acres Bay front EI_ :se.: .. .::C .
1't of Orlando on Monday night, the Rev.J. property at Cocoanut Grove for $.">, ? I'' t Lots at Cocoanut Grove from $100 upwards. Eight acres of land at Buena Vista
H. Davet ofllclatlng. The following
morning they left on their honeymoonfor for f22 .00. Business block in Miami, lot 100x150: with houses bringing rental of Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
Titusville, and after spending a $70 monthly, insurance paid up for one year, for $allOtl.( () ,
few days here expect to start to-day I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

for Itocklodgo, Melbourne and severalother triple 5 Ac ITanioy O-rooeiriesi Frul
f tf al places along the East Coastprobably -
going aa far as Key We t. The And Food ProductsOf
Id Idj brlda and groom are stopping at the Indian All Kinds. Also My Stock of

j h 1 1 Mall\ orders solicited. Satisfaction River hotel. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

+ : :guaranteed.I Cupid Again at Work.Mr. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
I ? 4se1 am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:) in the above line
Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds I Goods. I buy close, and will sell close.. I Invite your correspondence and Boll<
( \ E. W. Gruber and Mrs. D. B. .
' patronage. Very truly
tl- Titusville, Fla.JEWELERS. Smith were made as one by the Rev. F. your
:&7. L. :EJEI..A.DY.
f \ this
1. C. Ends, at place, Wednesday
night at 7:::10 o'clock at the residence of
the bride's father, Mr.\ C. J. Yates, only 'THE BEST for the Least
the Immediate relatives and friends wit LIQUORS Money.Solloltoca. THE DECANTER.
nessing the ceremony. The loom whereIt -
took place was nicely decorated for the
occanlon. slug Trade : : : ..

This must certainly have been a case Rye and Corn per gal... ."........,tl.lWup Iroquois Rye!: gal..,.......... 6.00 Lesley & Renaker
of love at first sight, as the contracting Tonic!* Holland Olil... ...... ..... 1.50 up Calllornli. W'Ines. Catawba. Port ,

E r'VBl I iHEU it.r,8. parties have only known each other a Cognac ApplllJlra..Uull., Blackberry' ...,...Peach.... ,...and..... 1./lflllp/ HnttluIJluerl.erd..s SherryCluretand. Angelica..S.............. t.OOup
'r + IJ, I JACKSONVILLE t few weeks, the bride,. whose first hus- Sioux Rle.per 1t..1.. ....... .... ...... 3.IHI' )nip. Sherries, per Rul......,.. '.00 l.ooup to B.IK) Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WhIskies
band died about a year ago, having come lolden Crown Rye, per gaL.......", 4..IH'( l Imp.Oporto' Port, per g..l.. ...,,...00 to 6.00 Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
here from Plant City at the time her Shawnee Rye, per gal. ............. 6.00 Imported) Gins, )per gal.........4.00to0.00 ,
c 1 f ; -- ------------- -- --- -- --- father did. That sly administrator of Fine Imported and Key West clears: and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per 100 A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables
", (n love matters deserves an extra caress for and upwards. Send money with all orders. All jugs 15c. per gal. extra. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention driven to ma;
1l ,CIRCUIT COURT PKOCKKD- the speedy manner he conducts his Will mall complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & ltENAKER,Titusville,Fl.\\
f L ING8.Tho art-sometimes. when desired without extra charge. Send for price list.J. .

II* : The newly-married couple, who will H. MARTIN 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,
reside the Uruber outsideof
on place Awarded Gold Medal and< Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition, ,
ii' November term of this court confound town for awhile, have the best. wishesof JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Atlanta. ,Ua., ItiuS.. -
s ; on Monday, with the Hon. John the ADVOCATE for a life of happinessand
l1' j (I/{, I), liroome presiding: as judge' ; J. D. prosperity Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit
r ll/ Jtoggs, state's attorney; A. A. Stewart: and wine trade. THEG. HAMMOND COMPANY
Ii ,4I f: dork, and J. E. Bowman, sheriff I
Following are the names of those who Entertainntent-To-Night. ,
the -- -- ---------- ------- -- ----- --- -- ---------
composed grand jury, their present-
1t'+ ,ll l ,meat to Judge/ Urooino being/ given below An entertainment will be given In the
) .'II; : E. W. Sullivan, F. 1 S. ChalTee W. Opera House, Titusville, this evening The New cSeldell PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
i 11. ( qNl+ tU. Paterson, Ueo. B. Gardner, II.}! K. (Friday, Deo. 27th) for tho benefit of St.
9v 'Olmatcad, F. A. Struhan, T. A. Tour- Gabriel's Eplscopallunday School. The
i i man, J. 1) Almon, C. I). }Flood A. Near, first part of the evening will boa concert Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, his
IIt W. II. Robinson, J. Tyler, L. A. Coleman of musical selections, and tho second! Cypress Door Company Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville\ Fla
H. Rocker, A. R. nOlI lIon, D. II.Candors part will bo a very side-splitting farce,
R. W. Goode, foreman. entitled, "The Mouse\ Trap;' If you ,
s ; )'. 11. Wright: was sworn in as bailiff I fall to be present you will miss a rich Markets Advancing ,Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.Write .
I 1 i )I fur the grand jury in open court. treat. The price of admission Is :2.1cts.: PALATKA: :F"'L.A.:: ,

?! ; l / I I as a citizen to the United States follows:

fl ,during the Hitting of the court l'AII'r I. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
jl The following oases were then brought Chorus, "Up and Ih>wni Six Little OlrU ,

t 'd 1, ,:I: 'up herewith for trial: State and disposed o( Florida of as vs.stated John 4 Cornet--8 Solo(>nff,,"Duet Yhmu- "Uncle Sparrows- Mm..John Wllllnina Build," -"blaldonRuth Aim..Mr. YIMIIIK Wager. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. Now is Your ChanceTo

t ,It.ulerson-altering marks and brands II-In8trumentalIJllut, Mrs.Willlunm sirs Culoiimn.

1 of animals. ; continued, on motion of defendant 8-Duet, "Matrimonial Bweeta" Mrs. Uhoilei. And with experienced) management, (covering a past experience of eight
f on account of absence of wit- Mr. Hrnwn.T years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
r flosses -Solo, "The Church Across the Way" Mr. possible material and workmanship our hands.. Our production will cover
t Start Lemon
; State of Florida vs. Harvey Smith- "Good Night," Mrs. (Coleman('olemnn.9Duet Mrs.Kluxlei Doors! Sash; Blinds! .Mouldings. Frames! Hot-house Materials\ Tanks, Glass, etc. a Grape Fruit or Orange Gum
I breaking and entering, with Intent to ,11118a Albino Kgget.:
I; commit a misdemeanor. The -
prisoner 1'AHT II. In order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Southern
being arraigned pleaded guilty to the .
Mr W,M.Drown
Mm. ( 'ounKwhlow) *
::1' t s charge, and was sentenced six months \\II1U l'ang'bell,Ks.j.: ,. .II'. Win. M. Brown Phoenix The St Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway: will, during the next
I ( M hard, Mr*. Roberta, >Mrs. K. n. Wager Augustine Cycle Co :)0)
labor in the state i penitentiary.; Mra.Ciirwen Mr*. It. W. Rhode days, make reduction of fifty ((50)) per cent in freight rates on Nursery Stock
1 State of Florida vs. 1'. T. While4 Mr*. Miller > Mrs.If.J.":ltlter Union over its line to points south of Titusville.
breaking and entering a building with Mrs Huml, Mrs. RorawHll. ('olelllanJ .
) intent to commit a misdemeanor; a plea al\e(a malil), Mr*. K.8.Chaffee i Diamond Has the best line of wheels JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
i of not guilty was entered by prisoner.CIVIL. '
and sundries in the state. All FLA.November .
yi -We do not know whether Is caused
:!k, Cast) of J. :S.:: Stanley vs. J., St. A. .t by the election of sound money candidates -*a Excels. Kinds of bicyple repair work i' 17, 1890. .
r 1. K. Ry company, for assumpslt. and or not, but our job printing department -. -
C"la I ,,1, -damages, was continued. has had quite a run of work of and other Ladies neatly done.
i' J ; In the case of Minor :S.:: Jones as administrator late, thanks to the supporters of the
II tif the estate of Chits. '}'. ADVOCATE!:, who believe In keeping the and Gents la Stock. F. :W. BEERS Prop. i THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
Vet beke, deceased, vs. Herman Duden money on this coast, besides assisting -
'for garnishment, a verdict for IIH to publish a newspaper that the East
h, with In that$3,630.13: of tho wan Fort rendered.Dallas Land Co Coast people may feel proud of. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART Electrical and Machinery Supplies.MANUFACTURERS' .

I'ir .".. Lesley, Kennker& Co., verdict was DOLLS AND TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds. AGENTS FOR
r 1 given for the plaintiffs, an account of !
which will be found elsewhere.QKANU Generators high Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors an.
i Of Interest to Orange trowers. Co. Elevators., Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams A
"L'IIl'IIEltICNTIEN'r.. IIPEClAT.TUI.'S! Electric Vans machine motors, Dental motor, Iron
{ Sent Slow speed Multipolar! Motor for heaviest factory work. Improved street railway q'"P-'\
To the Honorable Judge of the Circuit In next week's I Issuo of the ADVOCATE ,modern in design and construction fully guaranteed and price right.
a i' Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit, State will be published an interesting and exhaustive F. BISHOP Manager. JACKSONVILLE, FLA-
L -of Florida, In and for lirevard County, article on the great freeze in Salesroom,SI Wet Fonyth St.,Repair Shop,2029 Main St.

f at the Fall' Term, A, D., 1800 : Florida, from the pen of a practical orange
; Having n vest igated the county build-. grower and a ready and facile -
1 ''Ings we find everything Rtlllfactor,. I writer-the lion. H. S. Williams, of I ,
We have investigated all criminal matter Rockledge. It is well worth reading, OEORO MARX. JOHN 3fAIlI.MARX .
t RF; I1o, brought before us, and which have and anyone who feels an Interest In the
1 come before us, and have endeavored, culture of oranges and the freeze of
t from the evidence produced, to follow 1804-05, should certainly read the historyof 3 : .
t Li 'the Instructions to us in your charge. this most disastrous calamity. Wholesale
r We have examined till books of the Readers and others needing extra. Made for 3-inch Tread Dealers In
Sandy Soil Having * *
r'r'i. Afferent county official, and we find copies, would do well to order them aa G-rocozios:: : :Fruit: "': ara.d Produce.:
i dbem kept In a neat and orderly
; i. i JVe have had the sheriff before manner.us, andre early as.possible. FOR SALE BV 13t aced 1M East Bay Street and *3 a.d.JI M.....8tr...t,

...tItI to say that it I I. the opinion of sTaolseionville. ( eloridAONE -
', a this Onnd that ho has been diligent
I '1 In bit services A Lion In Titusville.Mr. .
beg to thank the state's --
the Hon. Judge Beggs, for his attorney courtesy, I and 111.... W.: H.: McFarland and The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer. wool :: a aeo:
1 and assistance in our various duties Willie MoFarland arrived In Titusville l GROWERS-Le' know what and
a* UJ you ban 'ID the of Fruit' Jr
Jurors.Thanking. row, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger tabl Returns prompt way 1 '
I from Charlotte N. C. M
I" Monday, They suitable for Plantations, 0-1 tread. Peas" Write 2dtu7We supply' the beat SeW Potatoes
Your Honor for your unfall- bays spent part of two winter here, Pineapple n. ns for our price list of groceries.
u Jag kindness, we now ask to be dl.. and enjoyed It so much that they again COCOA, Indian River FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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