Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00104
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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1897
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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00104
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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:15. -No.', 13. TITTJSVIILLIE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,12,1$97. Price, 5c. '

OCAL NEWS' CHRISTMAS TOYS and DOLLS. next FOR ALL Kinds of Blcyules and Sundries NOVELTIES In'dress patterns are moving. WIL LIAMS-ItOIDIJfSON. Mrs M. B., Hall. range. wp. 'Man. and.
week; we will save you mouey. G.&W. send to F. V. BEERS, St. Augustine .;' Doa't walt. Gardner Walker. Mrs F. CStetsonsugarbewl "It. doa

Topics of ,General Interest. Fha.LOVETT" spoons Molasses pitcher and SMaasr;

-' WE SELL GROCERIES of the best qual. Judge M. S. Jones left for Jacksonville Again the merry: wedding bolls have John C. Jbnesmustard; our (out glass)

end General Oowip la onne Uon'iMftyno ity. Call and. see our prices. CARROLL, the flint who yesterday rang out, and this time Cupid's arrow Miss. and) Mrs Unship; two perfumbot
Ba). Lake Worth. Indian, LOVETT A. CARROLL, are now In possession of Duren A COM has pierced (ft* heart of oar gallant station ties, Mrs Stephens; Bulgarian sotVpUlow f
Dr.V.. L. of Mr. F.O. WUtiams and one
: ,
West Hughlett, was agent, Mrs. Mrs.
and Halifax Rlv s, Key Tltusville. Feaster's late store, are her to stay Curtlal. sugar spooo ,
ana I In town of Eden's Wrest and most charming {
Important Point along the ,and they solicit Frances. ; Da oatmeal.,. Geo.E. .
other jour patronage.
l all Coast of Florida. Brief mentlon'ofMtlnf -Mr. A. Hlldreth Columbus, 0., -l\li.Susie F. Brown" w.... taken IU young The ladles happy,Miss event Lilt'took,-Uoblm.on.place at the Coon/: damask table olo..h.. Mr. and

Events from Various Part baa returned to Indlanola to spend the NEW ROMAN PLAID EFFECTS In per- quite suddenly yestesday.Lovett beautiful home of tW brliie's parents, Mrs. Walter hitching cushion; ream pitcher,
Anllu..I\IIUeI'i pin .. Mlsa! > VTnaMlllei
,?.'World. ,Abort People Know You Picked Know winter.Mr. onlea-the latest fad Gardner VW A Carroll! I. the name of the at Eden, oat Wednesdt\ night, at eight \ ; table sever, Miss Jon, P: Miller;

[ people Ton Don't,and large .taffCo..poud..ta Louis A. Brady Is having an addition new fljm( la the store lately occupied by o'clock, the spadoapartment1 o Prsotloe-CuirtlBS berry spoon; J. B.Robbins .
lOur Society Editor a *theft made to his residence in South -The contract to build the Eden Duren A: Feaster.' the marriage was lIt mnlllled representing ,.oreaa ladle; Mrs. Moore berry.
swtUrad along
| Florida. :'Husvllle., church is not yet let. -Mr. E. B. Water' attended the WtlliamsRoblnson1 a veritable Gardten of JelleD, with Its spot;: CapV and Mrs T. E. Klehnrds, y+

Coast of -Mr. Frank R. -County Commissioner Jno. Waller wedding at Eden .on floral mnnoHloenow. arranged-by artistic canary bird and cage; E. J. Shnttuck, ,t
Remlinger, Supt. C. B. and loving hands. A bell of flowers was I,attss. self and collar box Mr. and Mrs.
Knott'. chief accountant has returnedto came up to town yelterday.8hel'l Wednesday evening. ;}
suspended from the ceiling, under which n.[ B; Sewwlt one doass napkins.Mr. .
rIt you receive a sample copy of St. Augustine from New York and is made -CaJ\t.: and Jas. Prltohard and the nuptials took ,
that << J. P. Brown aj trip as Mis. place. ., and Mrs. William. passed through
UVOCATK, It Is an intimation to add smiling upon. his numerous friends as ef far as Eden on Wednesday. Mr/ and Mrs. RoswelU Cuiomau went to A forgo assemblage had gathered to here, yesterday, on their way to".,bon- I

ould Rive u. pleasure yourto yore. Jacksonville Mtusday. Ituvss the ceremony, and at the hour rule. !Savannah: and Charleston on a. tendays'1 I
of sub-
our fast-increasing Hsji -Mr. C. T. MoCarty, of Ankona, wasa appointed to the Inspiring strains of
It does not cost you tbree -Mr. Stanley Jones returned to town pleasant visitor to town Saturday last. Capt. Joe Smith has been In eommasd honeymoon trip.
HoadelsBohn'e. March
week Included) when from St. Lucie, Monday, bringing back of the steamer St. Augustine during Wedding played I On. tbelr return they will smite In 01)8 i'.
(postage ,
b per the and It can be sent to with him several pairs of antlers as trophies ,-Mr. J. J. White, of Rockledge, was the absence of Capt. Bule, who has by Miss Carrie Mnsler the loving couple .f the Klagler cottages on Main street.
by year Mlss
allowed the maid. of honor
of the deer he killed during hiss a pleasant caller at this office on Mon by The ADVOCAT expresses aa follows1
fin any part: of the United States or been '''down tae river examining Florence lloblnson the brldtmmitlda,
there day. ; Its sincere sentiments ,;
da without extra. expense. tny steamer St. Sebastian., Ithe I Misses Loots Robinson Susie Johnson : d ,4 oak

read' Inside -Mr. and Mrs. 'W. Wilson and Miss -Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Fierce, Mr. Frank Duren, who Is now In and Po ey Taylor; best man, Mr. beg And may rrliuul'i lore .n".lthl.uMU .lipurt ho spared'l you, n},

Twill ever fall to find our pages.to tall -, Wilson p( Chicago, passed through here, returned home from Jacksonville. last. charge of the East Coast Meat Market at Geo. B. Rumpli, Jr,; and ushers, Messrs. Lon may pesos Mill oonoool anarrt you,
\ always something Friday last, on their way to Eat Gallle, night.Mr.' Tltusvlllo, Informs us that be,Is going to Geo. E. Andrews W. H. Harris. S. While you play jiuur arl"' J.part }

you. I where they have property Interests, to Geo. F. Paddlson returned to have sundry Improvements made In his Webb, E. J. Shuttuok, and Cuss H. Walton Capt. and Mrs '-II. & Sewall. Rev; W.
(ommodore and Mrs. F. D. Hughes, spend the winter. well handsome taking their places, 'were joined *
Eau Galilei; yesterday from Wayoross, department as as keep on : O. Barnes and Messrs, elect, B., Rumph,
few York,. are now making their Ga.> of the finest quality of meats that In .of s
The St. "on rrtlttl'lmonYkthruuKhtbe
steamer Augustine her beautiful jr.,' and '(,haL II. Walton were the ,

quarters on Lake Worth. II trip south last Monday, carried an un- -Prof. Jt R. Anthony passed through caD the down-river be obtained trade.Refused lie. solicits a share of church, by the. Rev. W. ,0. Barnes' of /guests of Mr. and Mrs.. W, II. Harris, t t

kiov. W. D. Bloxham has" appointed usually large cargo, consisting principally here, yesterday, on his return from Jacksonville Melbourne! At Its conclusion'the many Rt their tine residence In North Eden, on
(loo. W. Morton of- Canaveral, of lumber. She also had a fairly to Ge'orgiana v friends congratulated the; above occasion.,
heartily, ,
Iry public for the state-at-large. good passenger list. $ OO. present
I -Mrs. W. H. Harris has been working the; newly-married pair '
Ithe New York office of, the):INDIANa -Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Treutler, of Eau i like a Trojan to collect funds to build an The bride was attired In'an elegant HOTEL KOTE8.
ADVOCATE at Room 527, Met- Gallle; '' C. C. Converse, of, Bahla, and Episcopal church at Eden Mr..Wm. M. Brown, o't this place, has costume of ,white French organdie, -1 \
IllUn Building; Madison avenue.' Wesley Joyner, of Titusvllle, were been offered $800 for his crop of oranges trimmed wltb Brussels lace and white Hotel Alciiwr, St. >Angistlne, opened
the passengers on Monday's northbound among '-Mr.'and Mrs. ''W, J. Ballantine, of on the trees which he politely but firmly satin, and wore diamond ornaments; for tbe winter on Wednesday and a good. .
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. W. Morton and train, en route to Jacksonville.Mr. Somerville, N. J.,< are on their way to refused.'' lie estimates his crop at MX/ while over her dress fell ft fine tulle : season Is expected. -

Sylvia Morton left for their Can- Sharpes, probably. arriving today boxes.. The orange groves around TI- redwith a profusion of beautiful roses" Mr. George C. Howe and wife have arrived -

il home, Friday mat,' after sojourn- Henry J. 'Egger made a flying .Thanks are due Mr. G. E. Andrews, tusvllle and on Indian River generally jessamine, etc In St. Augustine, where they will d

>everal days In ,town. trip to town Monday, returning to Eden, for the present of a tine Smooth are coming along very nicely, and It will I Mis. Florence RobiollODL the sister of soon have Hotel Buckingham In readiness
Mr. Arthur Halgh,'who'has been Miami the same day. He has recently Cayenne pineapple to our representa not be long ere we shall see prosperous he bride and onor, wore a for tourists

ding the summer with relatives In bought out Mr. Brady's interest In the tive. times again, Irrespective of politics( ,, or dress of blue organdie with ribbon to White's Cottage, Barton avenue; Rock-
grocery store of E... L. Bj-ady & Coat. the gold and silver erases. match, and lace trimmings.
dersfleld, England has returned to edge, Is now a J
open proprietorsays
Miami. -Mr. G. G. Springer accompanied bya welcome!
The bridesmaid were the Misses Leota
ome at Cat Cay, Bahamas. : he Is ready to all who pay ,
l-Mr. -Mr. F. T. Budge came up. to town friend from the north, passed through 1.i Flailing Industry. Robinson, Susie Johnson and Posey Tay- his house a visit. Our northern renders i
Geo. W. Mackenzie of. Canav-
here, Wednesday en route to West Palm for and were becomingly attired.
from to of hou.e.Waoager .
Miami Tuesday take'charge would do well to remember: this
ert for for theM "
) Daytona yesterday 'the
and attendants
111 wore
his store during the absence of Mr. D. groom ,
of opening a fruit store similar Beach.Mr. There has never been greater activity the onnventlal bluck.' Joseph P. Greave.'who has,
B. Pritchard, who went the same day to E./A. Waddell after :
lat of last season. spending Jn the..11sh business. Thirty-two boats the been sojourning at Manhattan '..Beach 54
after the
Immediately ,
Jacksonville to take In the week weeks with Ills brother In New ceremony
gala several
with 04 men fishing; 13: men In the three the hotel during the summer, Is again In St.
[Mrs. B. J. Egger and family 'expect festivities.Rev. York, will probably return to Miami wedding party adjourned to Itallydtloot4tll hands with his
.. fish houses, and! four In the Ice room*- dining room, and partuok of a Augustine, shaking many
here about the end of next week
(pave Miami .. H. M. Goodell, late of Titus next week. HO men having steady employment repast of a most renluwht description, friends, who are glad tt> see him Installed jr
where underd
malce their future they will home., we, vllle, Informs us that he has received a -Mr. James Mclntlre has arrived at Messrs. II. & G. W., Lord, of Boston which'' was followed by vocal and In- in his former position manager, of

very pressing call to Crystal River, Fla., Hotel Carlton, Jackionvllle, from At- the large twigs firm, 'and the UnitedState. trtimonUl tnuslo by Mrs. R. D. Hoke,, Hotel Aloaser.r .

Senator M. S. Quay and party passed to take charge of a church with" a membership lanta, and we. will .soon see 'him, on the Twine A Net Co., of New York,, Miss Carrie Hosier and Mr. W.. II. Harris The Holly Inn, Daytona, Is now readyto '
bugh here, Monday last, .en route to of about eighty. We wish 'the East Coottt.. sent $40 to the boys to help them pay and was much enjoyed by the coin receive guests. Mr. Howes, as before,
ucle, where they expect to makee reverend gentlemtin every success in his andM..C. Grand legal expenses In their fight against the pany, who numbered about eighty.' Is the popular proprietor; while his Na<
big hauls of tarpon, as usual., new sphere.Mr. -M*. Alnsworth, Fuller bill. At a meeting held on the The.bride Is the second daughter of charming wife makes an excellent assist
Rapids, Mich., passed through Tltusville, dock they passed a. vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs C. A. Robinson, Mr. Rob ant. Take note of the Holly Ion ad. on
We would esteem the favor if our and Mrs. It. R. McCormick are yesterday, on their way to Eau Gallle to firms. '
tiers, when writing or calling'upon now stopping at North 5th street Phila spend the winter. those Mr.two Oeo. M. Robbins has been retained inson being one of Eden's most prom our 7th pnge. #tf
advertisers to purchase merchandise, delphia. They ,have been having a inent pln apple growers" and Is a young Mr. ;Arthur' '!.. Marsh "first lord of
: Athol Center to defend Fred Thursby, one of the men
|, would mention the ADVOCATE. splendid time ah Lake Edward; 'Canada -Mr. J. L. Cragln, lady possessed of many accomplishments the treasury"1 at Hotel Aloasar, St.
for Mr tieo. W. Scoble.f He will
Fla. lie fishing make
Mass., is now stopping at Leroy, and. disposition that will speedily
the summer and fall. We Augustine Is again at his old post, after
ounty Court'was held here this past presume Mr. I. of I be arrested Tuesday, Nov. 10th, so as to
la the father of C. Cragln one for her many friends In her new surroundings Park
kit, Judge M. S. Jones presiding, but they will soon visit their winter' home at West; Palm Beach's winter residents., I make a test .olLIe. ,Up to this time ; and will, undoubtedly, provea spending. the summer at Asbury ,
Grove. N. J. and the fall
as temporary managerof y"
Ire were only a few cases of minor 1m-, Coooanut '' alms $1RO has been raised by the boys most desirable helpmate to the partner
Lance to be disposed of., -Manager Dunk, of the G. H. Hammond -Mr. Harvey Tomllnson, of New Tom and Ike Tucker and Fred Tbursby she has chosen to link her future days the Key West hotel. A

Archdeacon Co., Jacksonville Issued a very York, Is expected in St. Augustine this are worklbg hard to get the $400.: ', They with .*'for better or worse." 'The big San Marco hotel l., St.>AngnstIne f'y
B. F. Brown will neat and attraothe-l oklbg circular for week. He has held the position as hope the boys south of here will forward The groom Is the popular station agent which has furnished a resting placefor

)PDC 14th service mat at Cocoa on Sunday next anderritt his company for the prevailing gala weekin steward on Mr. Flagler's yacu Alicia the their checks, through ,Mr. Oeo. W oT the Florida East Coast Railway at thousands of winter tourists who:
in the, morning and evening,' the metropolis, and he may rest past summer Sooble, who has kindly I extended his Titusvllle, which'position'he has held periodically! visit Florida,' w. burned to

afternoon.. assured that such an enterprising! actionon .President Geo. F. Miles, of the F. help In raising the money for them.The'following'merchants for a year or more past with 'degree of the ground early on. Bunda1 morning
-By all accounts, Jacksonville's.gala his part will bear fruit in due season. C. L. C. & T. Co., St. Augustine passed have contributed ability that has woo him an abundance last The Ore Is said to have originated't' t(

ft. bag been remarkably successful in The Indian River'Band a sacred through here, Wednesday en route toLake to the nshermen'a fund,' to help of well-merited praise and he IH well In the wood shed. }'
Iry respect the week's of gave Worth to examine the work doneon legal expenses: of the bealilitul{ bride that he ?
programme Pritohard'aresidence derral..the worthy feat the
concert In front of Capt. Jas Mr.; H. Whltlesey Seark. cashier', at
lots 4 Ben R. W
being hugely enjoyed by those InMessrs. the Jupiter-Juno canal. He will re- grocers> won and taken unto himself winter
afternoon last and Palm last. writes ''
Inn Beach us
Sunday II
ndanoe. -* on the steamer St. to- Rhodes, clothier; Chaffee A. Co.} drug- received both numerous .
the general opinion of those who had tarn on Augustine f(1.taWm. M. BroWn banker; T. T. The presents were that he Is now stopping at IT11{, Chesnut i+
; and handsome and If
we cia
I..A, AfcCrory & Co. have the pleasure abased the piragua-rigged t yacht was that they had never Lard the.mem- --Cbas. C. Convene of Babla, was F. 'T. Budge hardware; Dr.' Screven, judge by happy friends of been rusticating at,, Hot Springs Va.. i ra
their ,
held In esteem
Jpiy, from Mr.-W. M. Woodward, andy bers perform with .more precision and entertained Manager Bait of the Indian druggist; C. 'it., Walton.IXDIAW Bryan which high; have. a host by on Indian River. during ,the summer and will remain lathe '

% are now getting It In order for orulson sweetness. River hotel, also Col. W. O. Winans, ADVOOATX; E.,B..Wager: ,' Florida Star; As far they' as the ADVOCATJ could learn, Quaker City about six week. ,
Indian River.. of of Linwood Hall. Both these gentlemenare John C. Jones, postmaster; Gardner A. Indian River hotel Titusvllle
-Mr. C. A. Merritt, representative the following' a list of the presents The under s
Mr S. W. Carrollfwbo arrived here the Times-Union. and Citizen's souvenir well known planters, and have beautiful Walker,'dry goods; L.,B.. Decker, lum- that were received t Set of glasses.Miss the management of Mr." J. O. B..t.

Friday from Ceda Keys, where be edition, returned to town Monday from homes on the Indian River.adorn Specimens the- ber merchant. : Leol Robinson;. set pearbbandledknives Is receiving a very fair amount, of patron-, k
fruit to
been in business has entered Into Merritt Courtenay and other places, of their help and forks, dos. silver spoons, age. Kveryiiiing arouna ins hotel J'
t nershlp with Major Lovett,' who Is where ire had been to make arrangements office of the Indian River hotel.B. GROCERIES and provisions; of all kindsat the groom silver fish fork, Mr. aDd Mr. being made. neat and comfortable as ,;

I and favorably known along the. Eastof with parties respecting tbe adver- C. Dup'ont. the well known trav- Lovett A. Carroll's,store, Tltusvlll. J. and O. Kellarf silver sugar spoon Mr possible, and the table will compare favorably s,
t Florida tlfilng.of that section of the East Coast. eling man of New York, stopped over and Mrs Wetmore; Dream of Life, Miss with. any two-dollar-a-dsy. r+y
Baron DeS He left for St. Augustine and Jacksonville here a few days on his last business tour, party Sale. Bessie Hemphlli Itose cushion, pale In Florida.
uben, an extensive pine- and Is In Tltusville to- down A Fine for, trimmed {in with bunch of 1"
ie grower of on Tuesday preparatory to settling on a pineapple ,, green, pink Mr"' 'Asa A. Loomis,' well known\ as
Rio San Lucle the -
ta Lucia river was t. of the das en route} to down-river points. plantation, recently purchased by ,A small fruit farm and canning bust band-painted lilacs\ Mrs Jeannette Watte-Laf-, the 'Bonl/aoe" at Hotel Alcazar, St.A.ujD.tln. .
lan River hotell..G week In Jacksonville him at Lemon City. He expects to go of the font; cold meat fork Miss Alice I. clerk'at
He -Judge M. S. Jones was ness at Weilb Mills, N. Y. One again acting room
pre- .
cultivation, of dish Mr.'and Mn.W.
for the beggar let out pickle
glass ,
,s tbe next the end of last week to confer with In largely and the Imo.t' profitable ; this hostelry, where he always has &' 't
crop of fruit from the east with which valuable fodder he has finest places II. Harris cold meat fork, Mr. ..odMn.
at section will yield. over one' million the Times-Union and Citizen manager In grass, the ..business In this part of the country. Five Jas. Andrews; Oeo. hearty welcome for all who arrive. la
fare regard to having Brevard county represented successfully experimented on proirie miles from Elmira, N. Y., and a few rods sugarspoon Loomls has been spending the summer A Aat
Coulter Mrs J,
Lemon ,, and Mrs doylle,
near ; '
edition which is and Mscklnac Mich. where he has
Mr. In the souvenir from the railroad express telegraph Island .
Chas. Wattelet tidy Mrs. Bear
H. Walton returned to In mile from churches ; pincushion ; host of friends 'a"
Issued that one-fourth a
publication ,
to be by station; .
Gardner .
fugvllle SUITS. :Indian blanket Mr. Unsell coffee
Saturday last A \ ;
from his two W.
uths pleasure trip north, coming December. The Judge was appointedby : : pnstofflcei stores, steam gristmill: etc. Kesba Le Tonrnau; coffee spoon, Ned I Mr. and Mrs. Jas.: P.\ining, after successfully .
Igbt the Brevard County Commissioners There are on the place large, first-class M.... N. Ssun- The Wllllsmstown
through from Washington,D.C.. For LeTaornsu; butter dlshu.. managing Oreylook, Sitmar
attend to the matter and our people modern house and. barn with an InlzI -
th JrJ"ld Mrs 'J. O. Walton >and to fn I den; boo boa dish. In sliver frame, Mr. II...., during the past sum
done of from
; It a water a
being bausslblesopply
Walton, who stopped at can depend upon I pure Bert Merwln set salt cellar are now at Hotel Coquina, Ortnond,
S nvtlle this, week -attend over the befitting manner. For sale the auxiliary sloop yacht bored well, with a force pump and, steel box, napkin ring, J. Russell; plokl.oae- getting their house In order for the 4

Uvltles. They will return today.apt. -Mr. J. M. Laflin New York's well- Jupiter, the finest orQIsIng boat now In tower and windmill, water-tank pip- tor and fork, Oh... Mast; rocking chair opening day,,'which will be about the,
knowmathlete, arrived in Tltusville on the South; 41ft. long,' draft 3ft., 10* log; also& tenant house In rear with good, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews; cream 18th of next month. Or pond halls with !i

E. E. Valll passed through Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of h. p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); has new canning-house and frost and fireproof ladle, Mrs. II. Llnsley; meat fork, Mrs. pleasure the return of .Mr. and Mrs. hkr
rl Monday, on his way from New 'enjoying himself hunting and fishing as large cabin and stateroom, with running stone: and brick storage-building Will. Richards; silver hair pin, Miss Vlnlng. i i iMrs.
outfit for fruit
Miami. Capt. Valll'Informed Laflin Is a "hall fellow well water. Yawl, sliver, linen and everything wish a complete canning Agnes Jaqnes; rose bowl, Miss Susie
<' ADVOCATE I usual. Mr. together with recipes, ,N. B. H boo'proprletre... .ofNevlnl' }
that be to In commission.Worth la glass Jars,
was going If he did nearly knock outthe complete; now Johnson; meat fork; Mrs. A. Cox; one
met even
?1.10 negotiate the sale of his oathotel ,noted Jdbn L. Sullivan and Ws $ ,OOO; will sell for.2, OO cash. trademarks and goodwill, of the bustsees. 1, dos. spoons and leather case,. Mr. and lllvervtew hotel, passed througliTitnsvlll
fj Rockledge, and that he would to Address, F. IX HC KBS, There are 'on the place several Mrs batter knife and Saturday last en route fromPhlladelpltla
friends on Indian River are glad Hemphlli; sugar
urn to many varieties of fruit trees In to Merritt, to take chargeof
his hotel West Palm Beach Fla. hundred choice
at White Plain N.Y.
countenance again looming novn. Judge mud Mrs. M. S. Jones; font
his genial
ry BOoo. see fall bearing also lots of berries currants the house. She had some of her help
He ;
returned north ;yesterday Joe Smith's abode on the silk 'handkerchiefs, Ob... II. Walton; wt
hont selling the up at Capt. 1 ,' ete.. On account poor Maud with her. Mrs Msboo has been having
Rockledge.* Titusvllle wharf% Send Your othM health the place will be sold much below >> drawn work doylle; Miss Dorsey; several needed Improvements made, to 's
Dr. and Mrs C. O. Duncan
mbewe are Jn receipt> IU value. You will makes mistake pie spoon, ; the hotel, which consideration will, no 3
of the World East Coin Coast O. A W.' carving set, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. .. Paddl- her
Callor doubt "be by
OUR examine this appreciated
** WATCH To the Hllditcb Steam Laundry Jack If ;yon do not property. lOa; set of Jerusalem (Oriental) doylies, ,
??*? ker1* now has a colored out- sonville and yon will be pleased with write.to Ia" BSADBDMT A Sow, and china tea set, Mr. and Mrs.C. T. MoCsrty guests. ". tt

'I' of interesting Information neatly gotten UP have" Is Bookkeeping. the result. B. B. PTMCM, ....at.TltanlUe i "W.b Mills, N. Y.Sugar pickle boat and fork, Mr. and Mr.'' J.. D. Price I S. new looking after k

ho are nillou. for Fla. Mrs B. W. Rhodes; drawn work sorset th* welfare of Hotel Ormond, but>> bispartner o ,
t 01 FlOrida to come to the East course of Instruction:Jn Cane for Sale. cover, Mrs. Uuteblnson; Dresden plate, *,Mr. John Anderson, still .... ', m\To f.
(te (a credit ; and on the whole Is bookkeeping given by mall by an expert for Sale.On. Mrs Coulter; bride' eke, Mrs Johnson ...aia'in the Whit Mountains of New' "','t
to Plantation
the F. Eo C. the Land' Department accountant of fifteen years' practical Pineapple 8e.eat'housand sugar 0.... tor ; sugar spoon, .Mir Cante Meets I lIa p.hlrs Tb. ADVOCATS Is Informed. "s,,.1 ( j
Iry., experience. Term.. moderate. Address sal*. For further pgtIculan, addressW. silver tea and coffee set five pi..... WillH. that a few days sgo a party of six horsemen J l "k

T Dos 284. of the most desirabU and beet ; It. MAXWBIJ, TltosviUe, Fl*..' Boolnson: jewel ease, Geo. J:. Coon; led by Mr. John Anderson of .th.* .,.
Cbristinas WEEK: we will show the prettiest. Jacksonville, J1a. paying places on Indian, River;.'largeiimmmsediaattomoecap.aeey pink and wilt. cushion aDd handker Hotel Ormond, mad. a very sn...*ssfatasosnt ,

novelties Gardner & W: I read/ for Wan tod. to Buy Per Caen chief Miss Bosl Summers; hsndpalated of 'Mou t Stlokney. over th. DeW 'I \.
T I Sale. Call o0 sddress plata and glass vases twoeake bridle IN'thfnm the New Mount Pleasant ', lIt.
Bone Wanted.Save .. Grapefruit Bads for Joint T. MVSa A.paoli... or aaplatlta laoneh IJlI'Iod- dishes, Meat .... X.ii.Veer ...; Hones ',They found th* rant safe T\

,.' : bub, ODe da ........ Most to In good.working. on.dos. each spoon*>ad forks, Mrs. 9- and east, sad the view over the snowcapped '
\ .. banded grapefruit badd d'or- ceder. Give fan particulars to i & Williams sad Jb.' sad Mrs.' Alfred summits of the Presidential ..pi ) .
t your bones and send them to the old, t )per 100. Also wmiams table Mr. and la th..bright and bracing air-a 1
boll'fl11e year A. JI.A.JID WATCH BEPAUtHCG done by Anthony ".;":' Cuter, P. O. box SAY. ; rim doylies; nap, i
ripe, ion .....uu.pay. CoOBonthJackWill eas&>!for them. ap tr.-- I5ebuUaa, J1a. Bros. West I'abDJBtMIl. Fla' .New York!: City. X.... Oeo. Bssfer; paper cutter, Mr sade .perfectly"glorious. one.' ,.i r '' 'If, t'

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P offn7 ).. t j them' ;. :: ::oLact"' ,',A-it',.p'1 .YelloW. Jack' ItlHedTCasoarets M'icb wr umber
i ession, to soot tr with in regard to! OrW T, Manufacturing
A I Il : '
.this l Id j' : : C Ddy Cathartic kills Yellow ci
covering ahottage of he4 treaiiujref >j ,., '., J'H: .. ,
yr : \ -- / the most expeditious manner' pcwslblej CmcAoo, Jfoy. fitly 1 97. Jack wherever!, they.find: him. Noon .. *-. MANUFACTURERS OF _
l J I,, h i Face, Hands antl Arm Co r.l ol.: : '1lt": and bad oonferred who takes, Casoarets' regularly and
after said Ricer
lliTC attorney* indian, Advocate
Editor ,: in from the
t systematically Is danger
1' d, set Scrofulous Huiriors\ How :Cur, with' tbe counsel' the treasurer. M" also Dear Sir:-]Enclosed: 1 find postogletf or dreadful disease. Cascarets kill Yellow Cypress$ of Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings

surf.; Was Effected. with the attorney *f the bondsmen, tbe der to renewal of subscription to fever germs In tbe bowels and prevent !... u1t.j
"When flue years old riy: little boy bad discussed final cover new ones from breeding. JOe, 25o, 60o. J
matter having bee Sully ; '
!'1t !'i III scrofula on his face, hanll.'and arms. It "piok paper" .ed "Outdoors." As an All druggists Ceilings and Mouldings; Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scro.U I
4,, WM worst on his chin*although the sores : action was deferred until shortage some of the Item of Interest to, re tobacco growing In Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line yP01t
'pp' 1' on his cheeks and hands were very bad. i matter relating to the Florida, in conversation with Mr, Joseph PITH' AND POINT. to IIII1lI11d I

", ):j a q, It appeared in the form of red pimples treasurer were mow fully examined and Plumcuer, of Morrison" ;.PJnmraer A Co., office, 1

WI r + 'which would fester, break open and tan Investigated.. VOn wholesale druggists In this city;'and pro- Ice water knocks- out more people than Telephone (old line) 485.. Jacksonville

i > and then scab over. After'dleappearfngrA motion, the following bills were, prietors of one of the'' largest cig r. f so- pugilists Fa.|
r they would break out again. They caused audited and ordered paid: hai '
1''J ,'' Intense Itching: and the little sufferer had tortes, he ,a.ted.tbat.. they some No man gets as much mail as he -, -.
; ; W II Sharps, couaf6lCom. .v>,,,* ,17 00 a.le.lo their'warehouse of eaf. tobacco ,
) to
) seems expect .
..j to be watched continually to keep him '' .
Houston . . 2120
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the We became grown in Pol It county, Fla., which had It Is a great luxury to feel good na-
sores. '
fi from scratching .
c . . 33'40J :)
J N Waller '
1 r f greatly alarmed at blti condition. :My been, submitted to'a number (It'eiperte, teed when those!! around you are cross.
ndel' .. 1840J HARRY'MASOMtlJobbers
y1 y 1' wife's mother bad bad scrofula and the M aainuten'.' : botblbaa an ...:, ;
y, only: medicine which bad belpd her wa.nood's Mendel, copying ; 6 00 by them, as'equal In flavor texture who has two pairs of good pantaloons,
ii SarsapftrilU. We decided to give ,T J Cockshu t, reg. 'officer, : ,,. 10(41(( 'evenness of oombllstlon''and all with suspenders for each pair.A .

1 '' r .S' Itto.ourboy. aid) ?wp< noted an Improvement J P Brown janitor.; ... .";." .'".-. 500 other necessary qualities ',to, they high girl is apt to regard a father's pro. 'H. MASOJf! II CO. In Fine ImportedW

4 l' ,'', ''I In'his case very soon. After giving J P Brown Jailor ..... . : .. 3000J grade Havanas.. .. I don't for a 'moment tests as old fogyism, but a sensible Bay'Street, "

4"' 'j l4 him four bottles lOt Hood's Saraaparilla P'Brawn, feeding county dogs 4 00 auppoEe Brevard can equal thisbut;: she brother is very useful to a silly] girl. Liquors and

i '" k'4 Att ,. the humor had all been driven out of hla." J P Brown, flab ,warden. .: .:,,'. 15,00( can come In several laps behind and then After a bride has appeared in public JACKSONVILLE.. Cigars, Bigb)

; : : t ::1:11 blood and It has never ..ln08'returned. A A Stewart, accountant. . 15 00 be in business'. in all her new clothes life ahead look.

? t, 94'7'' ; WlIXJAWtBAnTZ4l8; : South. Williams St., Electa'io Light'. Co. . ...' . 0 60 I engaged; Sincerely'yourw profitable as stale uninteresting as life on 8 : Grade
$ South Bend;Indiana. Whiskies Etc.
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You can buy hood;: Sareaparilla:of all J P Brown, waltlng'on board 14 00 ,J. 'L.,1laY.; farm.-Atohinou Globe.; a ,

druggists.. Be sure to get only 11004'1.Uood's T T Wetmore, Ice,.,. .,. . ..... ISO te ,to those .whomood'iSnrsaprfirllla ...,.. .., .

t I t.tak., D JJ Oaulden, pros attorney. ... .)43 33 y'to Good times have come has cured scrofula, Whtnkles-Imported and Domestic j l Southern BeUe;Rock and Rye...............rrom
& To restore natural raudlm-Domeatlo. apple peach, blackberry, and peach and .. ,..
; fat" l PiliS.a.laopenat.. 0.""'. F T Budge, matevlal for jail. ,. 6 10 color as in youth, manse it to grow abundant catarrh, dyspepsia, rheumatism, weak O1ns.EollandOldTom, eto..r., ..? ;.;.....?,:.t.r..t..honey. .,...!.II," .frotu 11.1 IUO\01'01"\:
I W: R Knox, painting JalJ cells. 11 50 and there Is no better nerves, or some other form. of Impure, ., ...... .. ?. ..trom' >
strong! .preparation W ince-Port, Sherry, Catawba, :MuecaCel, Claret, eto.., from..,;...... ,.: ....... .:
'; J Myers, work pn jail and safe 11 10W than ttairs Hair itenewer. blood. I Claret.a-Flnelt lIranOI,....,...,......,w..t' ...........,..,...............:....:from :001'0111III
+ y KKEVAIID: : COUNTY! COMMISSIONERS : 'R Knox, frame for county map 2.b0 -. i Bottled Beer. .............. ..,d.an........ ... .....,'.. .......,........ ....from s2ep j18fp.""?....
t Hood's Pills are the only pills --to' take !Dr': Aother Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.,
t 1 frY PltOCEEDINOS. J .F. Wooten, 1-5 com for'1805.: .. 180 88 |5lr'Isaac Iloldon was a man of simple with Hood's Sarsaparilla, Easy and yet Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without nl

Y .- J F Wooteo, 4-5 com for 181)7.\) 607 54 habits. Throughout his whole life he efficient J tracoHt. Money refunded for "empties"when returned. Express Company yip!

trI 1 TITCavI LE, FLA., Nov.), 897.h Gardner A W., mdse clerk's oflgce 1 40 had never missed a day's exercise,unless, I not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble

(n a h The Board Of County Commlssloneesmet J R Walker, county om . .- 1000 Indeed he was confined to his bed. Eight Boat Tobacco Spit and guwke Ute low.,. ,Send for Price List, or call upon MASON &; CO.,
800 811 W. Bt.Malon 'Block
301, 307, Bay ) JACKSONVILLE
and be FLA-
To tobacco anally forever mar .
II last week M L Preston 10 00MayPuteh quit
met pursuant' to adjournment ', pauper..t miles a day he was accustomed to walk, lie tie. full or life, nerve and vigor take NoToBao. -
? Present:, W; II.. Sharpe, chairman; J. ". .., .', 600 Fain or shine, hot or cold. To this habit .the wonaerworlter that makes weak men : ,

fl, err Mendel, J. N. Waller'.J, R. Walker; J. Charity Padgett II ...,. ,. 1000 and his abstemiousness at table he at- trong. Booklet. All druggists' and ,wimple BOO, or II.free.Cure Address guaranteed E. WINCRENBACII, Manager. F. Boner, Treaiuw

i ,i Houston; A. A. :Stewart, clerk; J. P'i Win Anderson.II . ',' 6 00 tributed the splendid health which be enjoyed Sterling Remedy Co.. Coloaso or New York.

Brown, sheriff. 1 Mrs O Denham, . ... ... 6 00 as an ooto enarian. FLORIDA MACHINE \WORKS]

pl T. The following business was transacted: Sarah Bean, ,. . 10 00 5 '

I 1} The minutes of the last meeting. were M Hayclen, ",. ,, .,:-.., .,: .<.* 400 Yellow Jack Preventative.Guard'ag ; ALEX KKAJB.! ERNEST TAYLOR. ,

1 read and confirmed. L'Eaufalla/ '. . . 400 IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
ln G Yellow Jack by keepingthe NE RTAYLOR' .
i ,, Bond presented' by C. T. McCarty for Lewis, !V .; ." .''I ;.';. 600 system thoroughly- clean and free ,I, )

I notary public was examined and approved Llzele Tucker, ct .". . ,r, 800 from germ breeding matter. Cascarets (Successors' to John McAllister.) General Repairing.JPrompflv: ; & Accurately Done.

; + r by the Board; Head, n' ": ,\" ., .. 1000 Candy Cathartic will cleanse the system
)" Bond presented by W., G. Wlnans for McNellls, '.. .ill, .. ... 600 and kill all contagious'. disease. germs. Artesian Well Contractors, Iron,Building Columns, jj lbil : Sba tInK' Pulleys, Hansen,

notary public was examined and approv-- Anna Gore, ... t .'? IS 00 ) \ + and Boxes in Stock.

l i ied by the Board. Higgins; ,"' r. ... IS 00 Pineapple Orange' and,.Lemon EAU CALL1E.JACKS01TCILLE F.A( ., Sash.Weights. and Grate; .

Bond presented by II. ,L. Parker for Bnggs & Palmer, attys for board 100 00 Land For, Sale, Cheap. ,,, ;,Bars a Specialty. Saw Mandrels of all SlmJ

';; k+ justice of the peace of, the 11th district : J P Mathias, feed for convicts, 0 39WII .......- Furnished I
Id i was' examined and approved by the Sharpe, road work : ... 10000RLDlxonroadwork' I have for sale "80 acres of'pineapple ;
i . 3390 '' 'BD.TV: : .
I Board. .. : land on St.Lnole river,' a few.-miles below a ,.y-r..LS.
td ( The CountyJudge made,his' monthly J 0 Fries, survey'g r'd, Waveland 19 20 Eden, 40 of which being northeast 'rheG.? H. Hammond Co. 234' W.''Bay Telephone 102. Office and'Shops atEnd| of Viaduct in Rlvenlj)J
statement for Jlcen..ls.u d the J Brown feed'g state prisoners.. ((1 80 ,
northeast of
of section
t'1 was ____ I quarter quarter, ,' :FLORIDA.;:
month( October n
; ; same examined 38 south of '41 east
'u 18, township ,- range ; MUSIO HOUSE. ,
and'approved by the Board.. To Cure CatarrhDo
Is the northeast
tbe"other 40 quarterof
:Hauler A Lane Music Co., 24 E. Bay. .
t Permit granted' to E.' 'A.: Morgan. to not1 depend upon snuffs, Inhalants township southeast 88, south quarter of of 41 section east. 3, C :I : .. S. ::e.z: ::..., 't.7fMt, :: : t3z 0 O.,
carry A Winchester rifle. or other local applications.. Catarrh Is a range
constitutional disease, and can be successfully The above land can be bought for $10 FURNITURE. =- DEALERS D! ,---
Permit granted to D. L. Oaulden to
is suitable for Chad Swuin Furniture Co. 119 Main
It -
treated only by means of a constitutional per aore. pineapple, F'irie 'WLn.ea .c1.
'plant oysters ofc his riparian rights on remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla orange, lemon or lime growing. ? ; n Liquors,

the following described lauds, to-wit! which thoroughly purifies the Will be. sold In lots of 40,acres, for DRUGS.A. 417, 410 IV. Bay 81.,
Commencing at the east shore of Indian blood and removes the sorofulous taints cash. This land will soon be worth 1 f<60 P. Fries & Co..* 129 E Bay.
which catarrh The great'numberof per acre. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLAJ
cause i .
River at a point where the north boundary
to C. H. Walton ADVOCATE
Apply ,
from those who' have
1 line of lot 2; section 21 testimonials B'DWARE, BUILDERS' MATERIAL.!; RICH WINES create good, rid 1
township office; or to Bobbins A Graham, Tltur- '
been cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla thy blood. Don't make the mliukt o
.22, south of range; 80 east, intersects; said prove the unequalled power:of vine *tf Claude. L'Engle, Bridge & Bay.. baying sour poor wine becwu* II
It It It bas eD' togreeablc
4' cheap. not. a <
river, thence west 1,700 yards, thence this medicine to conquer this disease. It 1 effect upon tbe system wbfti)
south to a point 1,700 yards due west of troubled with'catarrh give, Hood's Sar-. good wine is really not expensive, i
saparllla a fair trial at once. gives you that pulled-together, rBatlBflecl
the point whet: the line dividing lots 2 feeling.

and 3 of section 28, township 22, south i MrWe make a Specialty of NonlCUna ,'U
The royal crown of Great Britain Is t i Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey
of range 80 east Intersects. the shore line r years old,SJJSO per gallon.
i. composed almost entirely of diamonds 1 Parties living In Dry Towns will*
on margin of Indian I River, thence ,east well to order from UK. as we cu i"
pearls and 'rubles, weighs thirty-nine them 60 cent on all orders..
; : 1,7(10( yards to laid described point on ..
n ounces and five pennyweights, Troy, andIs r .& Always send money with c
1 the.shore of Indian River, thence north. R j will not open new account u i
valued at ;:240,000. When the Kohlnoor suitable; Jacksonville reference li 0 i
} I, ward along the margin of Indian River was first brought to Europe; it weighed .. No Goods sent C. O. D. to Dry Tows. I
and Its to the of f. .., for Indlanopolls BrewlnfC-
y margin point beginning.On "
184 carat, but by gutting has 'been reduced "r: Drawers and Bottlers Intllaiupolli,I1
motion, It was" ordered that .the to 102.(\ Hercules Malt Tome,$2.25 per case; Clayton AlEussell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4 ISO! per ca'".

Tlewem" formerly appointed to view, .
mark out ''road between eels engaged
I and lay a The English press Just now ': .
tlon. 0 and 6, township 37, range 41 east, in a sort of denunciation of, "false I t.

tbe following :viewers,! were appointed i modesty11 t In English sea-bathing which THE PAINT STORE.

H. W;. Richards, W.. F. Richards and, H. the of the and .
L. Phillips, and make their report on the requires while a change separation la desired some sexes writers, ,LIGHT STRO'N' G' 'DURABLE....ANY SIZE' No place for bugs to t1Jde,
dirt and dust col1ect. .
i first Monday In Decembers oppose the American method/ because or tQ '

/ i On motion, It was ordered that M, S.ra'e.ton they object to persons of different social Hotel Boarding, house Hospital & Boat Outfits .R09'FING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,
grades mixing in the water. This being;
g '.j f b. placed on the pauper list at the case, royalty ought to keep out of ,. ;
'10 per month.. the Atlantic ocean altogether, since It is A SPECIALTY! We can, and will, save you money. 'Get our prices and' see 'Tall.

On motion, It was ordered that as theo tbe common bathtub of the vulgar as DIXIE COT & SPRING CO., Papers,

tax books for 1807 having been carefully 'well as the' high toned' and elite. Jacksonville, 'Fla'. .
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examined by the Board, were accepted, ,' Ontl aide Cold. "W"ater ]'aiJlt.
'g and.a warrant Issued to E. W. Hall, tax "Sweet Bella Jangled Out of Tune."

collector of Brevard county, to collect) How much of woman's life happiness Is Beans Peas Potatoes Etc. I. E. BAIRD & CO.;
I taxes accordingly. lost for lack of harmony. A hundred sweet ,

On motion, the petition of E. O. Whitney tones mclodlousr ruined ,. JACHSONVILLE,1'LI' .
and others for a public road from by one Uttlenote # ; BEANS-QREEN POD: Earliest Valentine, Early Mohawk, Imp. :Refugee; Refugee. 62 West Bay & Laura Sts.,' '
of dis 1000 to 1; Best of all, per bushel a.50.. \ -
the north line'of J. U. White t.o't.be' cord. Wo. Paints, Oils Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.
BEANS-WAa:: POD: Imp. Golden) Wax Black Wax, Wardwell's Kidney! Wax:, ., .
i south line of Chas.; Ooodyear, Is received ought men to who nJoy > Detroit Wax:, Rust-proof Golden Wax, per bushel, $3.00. '

l and P. C, Hamlln, A M. Chambers. and the .perfect These are specially low prices' intended to Introduce my business on the East '
M., Footman' "are' hereby appointed to .haftpi.twss 1 Coast, and are only good when Is accompanied by this advertisement. Write SAW AND PLA.MUO: MILLS. JACKSONVILLE YARD, .M.Bridatka.
mark;,view and lay out the same, and report of love 5.1 for Market Gardeners' Wholesale Prices, or use Henderson's, Thorbum's. Buists', :Via. 1 E. Bay St.. Toot of Csts"1:
Landreth'> Burpee's,, Johnson life Stokes', Gregory's, Livingston's or Ferry's.All .
0'0 tbe first Monday 'In December. and mother.' ,
On motion, It was ordered that the re- hood are from mUrable -' myseeda are thoroughly tested before I send them out., WILSON, CYPRESS. COMPANY,

port of J. McDonald, J. 'Lapbam"''and one year'send BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman
John Mott viewers to to the Manufacturers of '
4 appointed as other, because .- Jacksonville, Fla. t
mark, view and jay out a publlo road at of 80m. weaknessor '
1 Indianola the la June disease of the delicate Lumber Shingles and Lathe
g' on first Monday organism of their sex, Cypress ,
Is received and accepted, and notices ordered These delicate complaints GEORG' MARX. : JOHN MARX.: ,

to be posted according to law.. which make a BR A large stock of ceiling siding, mouldings, ,bin Bb
i Jangling. ;dissonance of no 1'V .a.R': OS. Dry Cypress flooring, C7Pnl''
On motIon It was ordredthat his lives shipments.
many ,I are not by ,. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt
q, honor, M. S. Jones, be appointed a com any They means be a overcome necessity 'and of 01Iromaahoo4.\ Wholesale, Dealers\ : In mouldings of all patterns a specialty, .
mittee by this Board to confer with the eradicated may aDder Judicious treatmeot. O-xocoxies ':.FxvLitetX2.dE3xod.CLC When at home, write ns for prices; when up.our way, come and see nah
proprietors of the Times-Union and' Citizen There is no Deed of repugnant cxtaia: > : _
Uons. .There is ao need of resorting to any 191 and las BM nay Street and 6 and S N.wn .Sf...&. .
In to Brevard
regard having county
unauthorised medicament compounded by a'aclli: .eolnv 1e. I .F1 r:1d.a.:
N. Iyl represented In the souvenir Ic.ue'to be an unskilled, aneducated peraon. Doctor '
Pierces Favorite Prescription cures the r : W. B.: :O&WSON
Issued by said newspaper, stating the resources :
troubles of the feminine organism ttosi- HOUSES'1M ; ,
) and possibilities of the county; lively,completely: and safely.For OL
aid' committee to act without pay.J. .. nearly *> ,.ean'Dr. R. V. Pierce has Wholesale and'Retail .

Mendel, a:committee appointed at been valid chief', Hotel consortium and Sorgfaal; fthysitiiau.''Institute.of the In-of We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peaa; '
genuine. ''We also' a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We '
guaranteed want
Buffalo.N.Y. He" an eminent and carry
last the Board to expertpecidst
the meeting of. compare .in thia particular Held of practice. your Oranges and Vegetables. 'Give us a trial and you will be pleased. G@I
the books of the county with the Any woman may Write to him with perfect MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. WINE & L,1QllR'
;, books of the treasurer, to see If there confidence, and will fted-ft. free or cll.Y'I8o >
'i > sound' professional advice and ......tJoa
were any errors In either set of books, fey lt.treahtaeat by which 99 oat 01 see ,
report. that said committee 'found not cases of ftmaVa complaint: even of the moat '
battaate kiad,' .,. be completely and pea .Kii. =lIa CZ'OC.ry I 119' West Bay St.; Jacksonville l Fla.
errors. saaacatly cared. Address him.aa above., ... ,;
r ; On motion. It was ordered that the re- WbJIe.. I ..... U.....uatq e stork.1IIttetaInt :': HaY
tr fdrt of J. R; Walker; road commissioner .c.. ..v.8D.. writes, Matgo.1ey Un.0..4 Co.i o..ar..ofAUqt.y. t ,- H.A.:HENRY, Proprietor. Fine 010 Liquors, Imported aad DomesticWines,

j; } ef District# *X d', 9(,10: reference' to the ........CIa.eg............w, "My; tIaa V. It1tIn\a .Lt7... "Wholesale and Retail Dealer In: ; I

j ,Capron'road, as.oelved: .and ;that'',.the rue ayn..fir.. ."a.d...,. IM4 Masu"v.d.u....at I J.I:.....,...' Mexican and Flotili" Cftars f :' ;
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I'' .attar be'deferred'for the present, as ....-.q1loo4.... .......... l ieyM. :r&o"lM.J'1Iei'Dr....... ..NSrllr: ; XtgObB IBs F ; O) i' N Ga ; .
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'_ atlgfiEbitjuttlameut can tbe' made ... I... + ., 1'v + + : .. :
.... .. -r. fvlee's r t9rf Cash ''If f ? } ,1YN..n .t.,. : -- G/JIfII-
la-rr List .t.f .
tit this UK 'I'i .' .t rf+yllrlMA par Price ,.hfah'.m please yon. .W user ev f Ir tl-.11.. gmlpesad .
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O, AMlMrjlirlkMall RAlrq" 1tIMIII'M s "q+90'IJPp..1IP: t.n> I '' :1P9jSjIF'
'4 ;, The attorneys ot the Board, .BO!ft i""' 'r.pr. pi fit'r. rftN01. 102 Mfdf11'WSSiP: .. .Jt>t'Stneta, JAdESOHTVltLX 11UrTel.plioo6 : .1'He.1LlM' upon appIt.'T..Irc1'dd.. ; .lW....'. .

f' :Calmer, wen with said Board .at this s.re ... Tlae1' aenr Xa %& e 011 yore%M to open SB 18.' 'on _...... edtsm''eI" i'' fefl1lCtlo ,


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professional Cards.pI GOOD ROADS NEEDED IN to four Inches lower ,than the general 'I "

/ BKEVAUD COUNTY level of the ground. The second .wlatvror RARE CHANGE HODGES. & GODFREY

.. Ros.uc. W.u.ua 8. a41LULBINS" ... late fall after planting, bun phosphate ,

.GBPUV, EDEN, Fi....., N v. 8, 1807. lII.y600! pounds, should be applied Manufacturers of

G ATTOKOTEYS-AT-LA.'W, EdiloV Indian River Advocate as a top dressing. This Is an enduring Hotel and Furniture '
fertilizer, and helps to put backbone In Cottages Sarno Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber
Dear ,
:From 10 to 13 a. m., Sir-There Is a rumor afloat that the ,
roots, as I it were; If worked well In
t and 3 to 4 p. m.fn't18VILLB our county commissioner has remarked the soil with a harrow or cultivator so Rouen, *DRESSED:
Brevard Co.,Florida. that he expected: : to have
enough .
money much the butter; and every fall thereafter Orange : Heade. II'
d loS,108. t courts-state, and next Spring to shell about three miles of kainlt Fruit. Vegetable Cr.....
till la.n<*e fed a liberal dressing of say
our public road. Now I would not want half Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron
; a ton at a time, should1 be applied.
(Ial faoIUtl.. for examining: and perfecto to be in his place because through bill of lading. Anyone
there Is
going : :: ::'QI aontempl.M
and auee.Q10R After It has borne one crop, nitrogen tug;building' on the Kant Coast
to be lots of "kicking" If he puts all the write for price The Sawmill\la situated on the
shell must be supplied as well as pota b. J.,T.A. K.W.Ry.,V miles south of ralstka.SatanmallllghtsPutnantco.Fla..
S. JONES, at Fort Pierce. He will make Fort
Cotton .
seed meal Is about the best we ,

Pierce happy, but how about the rest of have, but It la apt to produce rust; so I k
ATTORNEY.AT.LA W. his district ? If he divides
it and gives
would advise
It to be mixed with nitrateof -: -

ITUSVILLE, BREVARD co., FLA each settlement an equal snare, It will soda, or. alternate them; that is, a e'1Y NATIONAL -T-

not be enough to amount to anything. year of the mineral and a year of the Home-Seekers,

I County Judge of Brevard County. Now, I have a suggestion to offer: Let vegeiablei; but should rust show In the i

ns have a friendly contest for this shell. bed REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
I would stop the cotton seed meal at I*
There are lots of people that are public 1
L. GAULYEN"ATTORNEYA.T.LA once. Phosphoric acid will have to be ___
spirited and generous. In this contest to
added occasionally one can tell from
I ;
d W, generosity will be rewarded. My proposition the quality o'f the roots'what Is lacking, ; Exchanging Property for Property a ;

all the Court of the Is this: If any mania Mr. 'Wal and Specialty. Send Description of what
ill practice In State In asparagus culture, as In everything CD
lorlda,and the United States Courts. aMoney ler's district will donate, a carload of else, one has to be guided a good ;?.t you have, and what you want .4

|.0 Box:J35. TJTUSVUXB,FLA. shell, let Mr. Waller put another with it deal by common sense. I saw at the Q rti 1st MALABAR, Indian River,. FLORIDA..'
to Loan. 18 satE
and put It all on the road In front of his '
Experimental Farm, at' Southern Pines, C. O. CARROLL, ;
place. If he gives ten carloads, let Mr. all
N. C, asparagus plats fertilized with
Real Estate
i: Waller put ten to It, etc., until he has the different combinations of fertilization -

'C" doubled what every one donated., Then, 'one could almost Imagine, but the The above cut represents roughly HOTEL Du NIL, at' Snrno, Brevard \l lpfl r. Choice, F

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, If Mr. Waller ho any more money left, results Indicated that liberal doses of County, Florida,, which Is only J of a mile south of the dep t of Eau Gnllie, Fla., '
divide it among the different settlementspro potash beside the phosphoric acid and and about 200{ miles south of Jacksonville on the Florid East!: Coast R'y. lies de- sly- tour Wines, Liquors

ItuBvlIle, /t Florida. rata. If Fort Pierce donates one nitrogen In conclusion pot, postoftiee and telegraph ofnoe. The Motel and seven cottages. are located on and! Cigars. '
t were necessary. ten acres of land fronting on the EAU Qnllle River, with view of Indian River on the 'I''
mile of shell, then Mr. Waller will add let me urge my'southern farmer east, less than half a. mile distant, and the Atlantic Oooan 2} miles away. Is prao- ; hli' ; Guaranteed! Pure.

CABY.ELWES, one mile to It, making two; miles of road.If Mends to give the asparagus crop. 'a loally new-buildings completed In 18VH1. The hotel and every cottage Is furo- Y. Sold at reduced '

g Eden donates half-a-mile, Mr. Waller little more attention, and they will be shed, and most of the furniture and linens have never been uRed.. Two artesian I(' price ,

NOTARY PUBLIC,' will add half-a-mlle, making one mile astonished at the results. wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the best Imported '
STATE AT LARGE. of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former own- ,
altogether, eto. When the division of II C. K. McQvABiiic.: er, John Green, who died, and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A Do- Tokay Win, .

Typewriting, taxes paid for non- the; balance'''comes, Fort Pierce will get ,Grauw, of Jamaica, Queen's County, New.York. There Is a large pavilion 100 feet from Italy. /

dtmts, rents and accounts collected, twice as much as Eden, or vice versa. fo.ToHaG' i square, cement floor, cement walks, water works and garden. Heal of hunting and '
3., eto. Correspondence solicited. for Fifty C.nls.Ouaronteed : lading, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Eau Gnllie and Indian Rivers'oysters John B. Togni.
Then If the road Is shelled the
ITltusvIlle Florida. across tobaoco bftbli our, makes weak. ,
wealthy people's property first, there cancan men strong, blood pure: too,(1. AU IIrUlrlllaw. I sea bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is ready\ to open as a hotel Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East pay St..
In one day's time.' Every convenience; with kitchen and dining'room complete. {
0. FRIES, 0. E. be no kicking. Titles perfect. The original Wt to John Green was $**,000) ; now for sale cheap; .JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

If Fort Pleroe should donate three NO YELLOW FEVER IN I half, cash and'half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Whol-.le and Hetall...;". .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Address D.., L. GAULDEN Titusvllle Fla.' .
miles of shell, and the rest1 of the settle FLORIDA ,

I Land legally surveyed and 8U b-dl vlded. menta donate none, then Fort Pierce e The I Largest and Most Complete ',

should have all the shell, and the rest of The following circular has been sent Establishment South.; .
neatly Estimates for
| us continue to .wade through the sand, out by the Clyde Line to Its agents, and '"OUTDOORS the New Sporting, Magaalne. -

kinds of engineering. .works. DIe- as we would not deserve any.I I. will explain Itself : FISHING Invaluable to the salt water fisherman, the fresh water fisher GEO; S. HACKER & SOM ,
the woodcock and hare shooter the ,
man, grouse quail, snipe, ,
[ted lines a specialty.G.VILLE believe that If this' suggestion Is ( TaB: CLTOR S. S. COMPANY. bay bird and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter, the tourist

Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. taken we can get a good deal more good { PASSENGER DEPT. wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOots.
roads than in any other way., ( NEw YOBK, Oct. 28, '07. Subscription 11.00 per year. Write for sample copy.

fit. M., GIVEN, Yours truly TIP. To Agents ; R SQR S GEO. LOUTREL- LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor, ;:
No. 1 Madison Ave, New York N. Y.
For your Information, we beg to say
that the -alleged yellow fever epidemic

Cocoa, Brevard Co., Florida. does not exist In the Southern territoryto .-
DKFCNIAK SPRINGS, FL...., Nov. 6, '07. :
I Lands surveyed and classified, which passengers are ticketed by the : One Man Can Run This Steamboat 01

featlydone; special attention to paned Editor Indian River Advocate Clyde Line, with the exception of a few .

specifications of structure work, Why Is It that our southern truckers points In Mississippi,,, Alabama .and C
ridges, buildings, eta, and all branches
I civil engineering. f and farmers pay so little attention to Louisiana. O w t

the cultivation of asparagus? for of all There are a few Southern towns In CD

TEPHEN E. FOSTER, the early spring vegetables I don't knowof which the quarantine restrictions still IU 'N u 2. tMANUFACTUREWf.OF

any that is more popular than it is. exist, and should any of our passengers 3 -
; .h fDr.V
ATTORNEY AT.LAW, There is always a demand for It, and I 'desire to have < a certificate for use in *-) 1 ..i Doors 'Sash, ,Blinds,.

|Rooms 420 fit 423: Gardner' :Building, have yet to know of ,an Instance where passing through such points, the matter c & Building Material '

there was a glut of It In the market. It will be arranged upon application at this .egl 3 Moulding
l is really one of the best' paying crops office.
Office A: W tf room*; King, opposite
!: fit CAMPBELL that can be produced, as twelve hundredto There Is no yellow fever In Florida, 7Cd4 Cannon Street. 'ii

fifteen hundred two pound bunches Is and 'no certificate from any Board of ::s

quite an ordinary yield per acre. Health Is necessary for the use of South .- \\' -,._. Charleston, S. C. 'I''
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Line "
Asparagus; culture like a good many bound passengers Clyde CIS ---- -.... i

t more things has undegone quite change route to Charleston, S. C., Jacksonville ':e :- t, Sash Weights, Cord and ;

Jacksonville, Florida. In ,the past few years; the old-time Fla., and contiguous territory.. .. MACHINERY HANDLES'' FROM PILOT HOUSE. Hardware. ,

method' of digging deep trenches and Yours truly, This steamboat 87-f c. long OX-ft. beam .ft. depth of hold) drawn 13 Inches of water; and a
M. SCOTT. GORDON R. BROOME. filling them full of everything conceivable Tm!:o. O. EUBB, W. H. HKNDKBSOW' will run eight nillM an hour. AM ol&blnIX,. font, with aW-f I.howl-room. Two folding bad and
$ auoominmlitM!. wood ool. !ants! Window FancyClass'
Gen. Ease: Pass. Agt. pi r : -" Can or eight Ienou.easily. Stores eltltr or
COTT A BROOME Is exploded long ago. In the 'Gulf Traffic M'n'g'r. able tor plaaniir. light fret finningwill ImdneM. We will duplicate for llaoo, o* .
states the best time to transplant the W. IS. WABBTTBTOW, .' alter to lull conditions, at prim from 90110.0010 S1.BOO A SPECIALTY
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, young roots is In the fall, say In Octoberor 188 140 Ease: IMjr St.,"_k80Dvtn., M*. BnlB: M>ra, Contractors, Bte
(over Bank) November, just late enough to let VIA****'
nl them get a start In growing before cold ,J.. XFIMIINOR.80IENTIFIO ,
Florida. ( .... .. Alter
seed has been Notice of Master's leO' MADE VIMMUSot
weather sets In. If the Doctor-Are yon wealthy enough, WEAK MEN .

FORGE w. ALLEN,, planted In April, the crowns will be madam, to spend the, summer. 1Q. the and by virtue of a dacMw''of' for*.

quite large'enoujb as one-year-olds by upper lake regions? : UNDER and sale Uniting out of the Circuit Qpr
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ". October to be transplanted, and If done Madam-We have a very small Income I, Court In and for O..rd. county Florida' ,
wherein Aaron A. Dqgrauw I* complainant and .. ., .,,'
ey West then it saves 'a whole years' time and sir.Doctor.On I Han E.Titus I* defendant I will Mil al public >' '1. "
Florida. loft close examination I find auction In front of the courthouse door at TRAORMARKS., '
comes Into bearing earlier than If Tltuivllle Florida, during the legal hour of payay1eipA'f. ". 117 Q.W. ouroNe, '"
[ Will practice In the United States over till UWspring following. If the that :yonrs la not a ease of hay fever, ale,on thel'IB8f What Did ; oo.vmouto ...
-1 State Courts. 9jun95 be but only a bad cold In the head.-D -- MONDAY nr DECEMBER: : IS".. srS 1 .
are two-year-olds they can I mote run e art w en ro
crowns troit Free Press. the same being the 8th day of said month to ot 4 nun q y regain maho ,. e .1;
treated exactly the same, all dependingupon the hlllh...,and beat bidder for cash,the follow. o. I vp Ab 1.t. Yw.r'.at..dNd .
3 F. H. HOUGHTON, Ing dewnbed real rotate eltuatwl In Bremrd ro eo .New., N blltriI. t:PMwq '
.tr =.
.f' the size and treatment of them Tb Vsul Ktah. county,Florida,_It' All UIOM tract of land .rw p nsy,at/I:FpI.1e.rt'p L=r. NWlaa, CafsILr ...
LM eo.r o f ,,..rea.. a c' ",-
while In the seed bed whether one or "What was that last victim kicking Ijrlnit In the Town of TltuaTllle, to-wlti The beN ar .maw. pa ,
anoth one-fourth of lot e, ...d.U of lot .
'' (I K) ( ) { / eoneuiuptlou AMERIOAtf.
DENT .'- two-year-olds are the best. If after the boat just as the flames enveloped him?. Number((5) are. of block E.o/our.laid town of *etltute or
vrtd&imslf orpible.a beeStl I t..e ........ ... ef'
shown the' of sale town
famous ae on
cannibal who was Tltuevllle c Ws. v Tor4.:
make a good growth wed the king, and .
transplanting they mad by".Francle LeBaron now on ale In .f.L"ou.tr.1, ; I..2l'VaI
aytona, '. .' Florida. for taking an interest in domestioattain. of the clerk of plain slayen '
before cold weather, at the first sign of the office the Circuit Court of 5 Iih HOOK on.
I Brevard county, or eo much thereof ae be 14 FtMUNN
may Urltteej h drj '
cold weather they must be well mulchedand necessary to realla/ the amount.jlue the nom I Mnn jr. rywa., esf.e osr. r/.a. CO., "II
"The cooking, your majesty replied plalnant,and ooete of ault, eto.'7 .' 1, set ,reedwar Hew.feravI
E. SMITH M D. covered to serious In .
|RALPH up prevent the chef de onisine.-Detroit J'oumaLw. OKO.'K. BOBBINS, 4
Sold J. B. Soreven only.
by ,
jury.In. oot -nav2S Special Master In Chancery ,

SURGEON.Specialist selecting a location for an asparagus ..... Collar ...- Go. rMs ,

bed, whether a field of many acres Pops -The kid mast have wallowed 'Sheriff Sale.

in Gent's Urinary an Rectal ar a small family patch, we must remember a collar button. ---- A FERTILIZERSFOR I Tr NiiLSIEALS:

Dleeases.AIFORD .' to select a place that will be convenient Mrs. Pops-Mercy I What make yon and by virtue of an execution loomed y
think sot UNDER the Circuit Court on the ant day of l
rk :
FLORID. for mnyyeara to come, as once it crawl under the November, A.U. im/7 In aonordanoe with a
established it is there for fifteen or Popa-He' trying to decree of said court,dst.J; the lltn day of
is .bnrea .-New York Journal 1HO7', wherein C. D. Flood. wee plaintiff and FLORIDA
The soil must be James K. "Huwman. eberlnT and -offlnlo atemtnietruorof RICGESTPLAN.IN
?\Al>VOCAT*: ''stlU giving away, twenty or more years. .
the eetat of J. A.Tamajo I>wyer.deoeeeed
ree all, get* seed of instructions tor well plowed and subsolled as deep aspossibly Tao 0..111 et. al.were defendant i 1 have levieje. Toe kind to raise vegetables..qnlokly., THE SOUTH
and some, with as light, sandy loam suits It "Well. Whirley, did you find that the upon and will sell al public auction In front of
ft cultivation.3"D the court home door,at Tltoevllle,Florida,during
best. It does not follow a crop that has divine young creature returned> your the legal boom of sale,on the AGRICULTURALCHEMICALS j'

been well worked'and on as new land as lovef" FIRST MONDAY Hf DECEMBER,1svr: '
"Yea Just a* soon M X offered it to the same being the Sth day of the month and 1X7ANTED-FAITnrUt. MEH' ORVV ,' .
that has (
Blanks 100. each; $1.00 per 100, at possible. A sweet potato crop legal sales day.to the blRheat and beet bidder r"ponlllb''l' '
to travel for -
the-ADVOCATE "Detroit Free Frees. Ienetsd. cad feweetleMee tbllcbl prevent women
olloe."It. her. fir eaeb,the following deocrloeil real estate of
been well fertilized with stable manure the defendant, altnatwl In llrevard county, rot teal by aa_.. del a pampnt'rUffll established boas'In Florida. Salary 41 .
Is the best preceding crop that I know OAF Florida to-wlt i All n( the north twothlrde oi Ie and 1780 and expenses. Posltlen permanent.Kefemnce. :ti:
"lot:3.,and all of.lot 4, In_,... 29. township m, FERTUJZER self-addressed
OMCM6AL Enclose
of, and whenever the potato crop comes eoath of moss as sent,except that part of the t .. ,' "'p,
above land wild and conveyed' to Minor 1I..r...... tapped) envelope. Tile National l Star j
then In the average .
carries on an M0.ROYALI
the omnibus
off in the fall A London '
ae attorney" by U. fO uld best condition for the asparagus, as the 3,BOO passengers a week. dated tut day of February,JWT,and recorded In ay"/'
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book K t,pae.11 .
Leading dealers plowing up of the potato crop puts In The average Oat of a criminal prosecvtioa JOS. F. BROW, '' ,/(/>'
naturally but a week or in Britain a* present '181S. .... AGENTS-125 to tGO per week".U4'i
\ everywhere sellKERRY'S that condition VMS Ibm, You work right around bom. A brand's'\
tco before the setting ont of the plants The New York tookbrokew an Mid TAMSY..PILLS new thing. Write to ns quick) I Yo. '\

the* land muse be well fertilized with to wear out the floor of their Stock Kx- Notice for Publication. will be surprised at bow easily can be lt

SEE! S commercial fertilizers analyzing six percent change every flv. yeans. I ---:- .- ,., done. Send ns your address, anJwaJ'Q1't'' / '

D !trlBa the cent phosphoric The people, of the United States led Land Gainesville Fla. It trill be fa*your Interest to I In.eatllate. .,tY i
tow Office, (
ettt..r.Iab..e.d potash, seven per e Writ to-d..y. AddreIn people'."! :,
.I.ytleaw.d.of.nY.u., .. four cent nitrogen; and rapport M many, newspaper M i Oct. 11th, 18 7.N2iatt5fv .. J PhtladelphLa o1'
ttr Tb.a.rbdy fall sf .wDsouls..1lns. acid and three to per 3041 Market !St.! Pa ':;
com .
u s. France and Germany following. .
.b1.ten..Nb..t.1 'acre at England. *"" that aM :
s six hundred pounds per !
sa four to sled. settee 01 hie InleivUoa
saewb.aa1..5.14 Aa.e.lftes.0.M.FEIIEYIt00. bined.An. .. Ma -, .\,
should be worked well Into to bake Seal proof In support of his tOACAAeIOIA.. -
., least of this old English "JlaDJJ n :Book", claim, and that aald 1'1001..1. be m.... before waaod 'Mail tig0 1\
O.trolt, Hie. the soiL In setting out plants the general only th* Clerk: Clrenlt Court at Tltuevllle rtn.. on Sold by J. D. Screven,"only.. .'section at once to sell staple' ,t ii'
November 77th.' UNT, via t John T. Hood of Canaveral every
distance Is two feet In rows and eighteen oft barAfingers 1 thus..; bowl anted .....f.u-Iotad 1317" for the southwest goods dealers; peddling;espertenee: ,v r.'rif' ,
Inches between plants; this Is too;close. food fall out of her "L session 21.townAtp 23 south, sang .e -.. unnecessary; best side line. 475.00 ". ,
In should not let u._ lbS foUowiq wlsa.s. to pIObl.. Yellow Fever Oel'lJUl. month. Salary and expenses or Jjr} ,, II'i ieommiseion
The French grow the finest asparagus mouth on the tablecloth" eo.t ata.s rwld.ae.poa, I and eeltlvatlnn of, "
made. Addnws with* oaia'T' V"
via SViwnrd rraetorltie,of Canaveral, .
FORTUNI the world and they Mt their plants three The United, State overnm" .a. has 7S.I Mod John Cberweto. of ea........ na-. .. ... breed In the bow.ii. Kin them and yon stamp for sealed partloulars,Clifton Boef;\;; ,(" ,' ,
three and a half, and In in Ile .witty. JeStorde of (aw.eslIlibOsdbSft GnJbraav are safe front the awfnl disease. Casca- a1lOl" ,
ad a half by been Invited to ,ptletletpale -.01 L'.rr.rali mw. k th.: throaghoot the and MannfaotnrlDg Company,. f't
zeta destroy germs
rwalf home asses four by four, this wide space national tniHf"".** to bcfecM"H .... '_ ,*. X.BAKCO: ystera and make It.Impossible.lor,'... sad, Ohio, '>it., '

o'i give* the rootS room to grow and pro- .frI.y. 00S. II to 1An ....to ........ *, VovM -. ........; ooee t*fornw CaeeareU ... tk. only reUabte y!Iw1

a superior article and doe not_ be- cpeMIc& .L..W ails'. asfe-jgnard fore young and old [Lm.osber the ADYOOATL''' ,Time I I,"" 'E

doper rapidly.In the vOl, MI .adJMiwMeB Send the ADTOCAT is) order for cityp1t4t1ng I against Yellow Jack. 10o> o,,'60o. AH .me. d.NankLudotlobpdWng.Qir1w ;
com stringy, eo =: 't tiI '
.: planting! the crowns.mad be three wIA M fI NR+,p': fl' J'OtI..J, ] <.1 i atfulllt&,< :: .; .. J f'krn.of toSyorbJ ? ; t :. i

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,\v-4+ INDIAN l.. RIVER ADVOCATE. ...-:, soon' the annual "peregrination of S Qnaan, .; Tlatorla to the prMldant for fie...Wblt Daytona.Our E. B Williams & Co '

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We'.ry Willie. will| be taking place ,All the foregoing rooms are elaborately

{ "i"v M ; Y; L 4 W..KLY JOOaX.il,DBVOTBD TO,TH. I bavL. Florida-ward. ''lie is one of those fitted and furnished. ., depot _"ent'Fred, '3. Ni 'r, Is at : .
'' ,"-'', ora.wrsr Tea InDLlir BrVKE, IiAKM 4. evils which, like'the, mosquito,\ we There are ,many other things s,of Intei1- home after quite a Uttto vacation ;,, wholesaled Fruit and Produce Commission MerchaQts
1 t '' .:' ':;, WOBTH AMD bI CATaa.r SBOTtO.. est to ben In Washington, Includingthe ...
,. ,:'1 have to put up with, though his exact world The town council are discussing way .
beautiful In the ,
most library ,
___ and 65 South Broad St.?
I place in the economy of natureis but space precludes our mentioning and mean for lighting streets r CA.
+ A ,i +l I PUBLISHED KVKBY ,JBIDAT.'CBABLBS indefinable. What possible use them. Those who have not visited the also for effective sewerage. Foreign and Doaneiitio

p. he can be is as great a mystery asthe capitol of the United States should certainly .- Among the winter homes on Ridge- Fri> 1 11 H. W.U.TOJI. Editor & Proprietor. present whereabouts of Andree do so, for It tea beautiful and very wood now open.for the .e&llOD. we notice 1 '
; (VIae.YresfdentotDaflyDaytonlanF.blleh- Interesting city well worthy of a visit those 0''Judge Weeks and Jas. H. Cook. VEGETABLES > FRUITS .
and his balloon unless it be
as a
i' ,
r Y ;" lug Co.,iMytona' ,Fla.) from' residents of this *>r any other r .
the attractive new places'oneof String Beans. Oranges,
Among ,
:NBW YORK OVPIOBI warning to others not to follow ,In country. i r
a y ,1 Madlnon A the most -unique is the, Bungalow Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas,
,Metropolitan BuildlnE
Yt his footsteps. He comes and '
goes .
and Rldgewood .
Loom ,
d r ) corner of > Grape Fruit,
+ l ,, w and the country, which he favors Lotus.t avenues. ,Cucumbers. ", I. Lemons, .
"I;, MEMBER OF with his presence Is certainly no : 'class Tomatoes. Limes,
Wheeler's dancing a
off for his arrival and is Master R. Otwell was In our burg' this- Beets, Cabbage .. Peaches
better ,
f' r '1 i } THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION', week. Phantom German" f In the armory Mon Pineapples
i .. distinctly gratified by his depart- y day evening which was a very pleasant Squ&llht ,
) 1 R AFFILIATED: J.'Brunei-, of Oceanus, WI8'he' e Friday decorated atoes, v Strawberries
"' affair The 'was beautifully .
ji"" In these of antl room -
vl. -* JditoriafAwociation. ure. days -e ery. lout;: delicious. Egg Plant, Grapes,
and the refreshments were
r ,. ''h'" : thing Societies, could not) some L. E. Hancock visited' Rookledge .* Asparagus. Coooanuts.
philanthropic person start society Thursday; REFRRENOMSThird National Bank, AtlantaOa.; Gen,E.Johnson,Candy Mfo,
'' :. "Discontinuance of, advt. mnit be' mach personally for the extinction bf'' the genus. Mr. Page 'of'' Georgiana W&ll' In our The telephone franchise.was defeatedat Ga"| Armour Packing Co.,Atlanta.G""-; Geo.M.Taylor,W.B.Duncan& Co.,Atlanta,(i/t
We hear
the election on Saturday.
at thin office or by writing.
r! 1 i ;";''l.. ,4 "trafflp?" It ,would be no more .town:1uenolay.Beans that another company Is talking of applying =
r absurd than the anti-cuss-word and oranges are being shipped for franchise,' making, what in -
,I f ,, ?i .'' 7 1, Cheqk,' to./tuay be made payable, to CBAJU.BR society; or, whatever that, well rapidly from here.L. claimed to be, a much more, advantageous SAVE MONEY. And', Boy From, # Hd*
i 4 1v, "e IX.,WXI/TOX',publisher and proprietor' meaning institution Is called, E Provost made a business'. 'trip, to offer to the town.'.'

I I I I (which could never be''' a success, Georgiana Thursday. ; Oeo. H. Clark, our Beach street jeweler '
all oemmunieations ::: Ai.::fMIEJS': :: ':ef :
Address to aO''treS
,( ": as man will always' find: somethingto Sheriff Brown was a passenger on the had a narrow escape from serious Injury ? 4 ,
d "
i A INDIAN R1VER.ADVOCATB Courtenay\ Friday morning.,, I last Thursday. He was looking over
ki. i I TmrsviLLB, FLORIDA, cuss about and it1 would be'use the work In his new store building when
4 s.q '' II 'c'. .... ___......__ _... __. .... ..._ less to'try .and.. remove the effect Mrs_ Tti/in-, Green !. having -a/hmA- lm_ he slipped from the ,Joist and l fell. Grain Feed 'Seeds
- *
bfl.dl garden Flour
\ //i1i' made : '
provements on Grit
l\fl 11 I without first removing the'cause) rand y'I-I Fortunately DO bones were broken; and ,
:; 'i' l OUR"new city fathers have start moreover, it would be a kindness L:E. Provost and J. N. Chalker' he sustained only a bad blow to his nose. ,. J

'L i i,: ed out'well in the matter of Improving to the human refce. In, general] to Cocoa F""daylut, on business. On. Saturday night ''a 'large hanging Meal and, 'Cotton Seed Meal

f 1 ?{{ J appearance of, tbe' 'etreets. to rid It'of this' tatterdemation In- Rev;iW. B. Tresoa arrived here Tuesday lamp In the' kitchen of the Palmetto

:!\\ii: J Let ua, hope itIs: not spasmodic cubus., In speaking of the tramp, work.and will assist L. E.' Provost, in his : House overhead,managed, and to Ignite but for the the floor prompt timbers Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds' of insects;(lIarmIeas to man a

: result of ,.their;' recent assumption we would not be understood to include action 'of outsiders who rushed In, a beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins, Write for quotations.

WIw, r, 1 4:" of office( but ,an earnest, ,of what the unemployed are ahead!). E. Provost Dr. Is pushing house the' 'work most disastrous fire might have resulted. Office: 124 W. Bay street., JACKSONVILLE
on Capon's at this ; i g FLA.
'I I ; As It the chief sufferer was one, of .. 'I(,
: !: they,:will do in the way of street honestly seeking work but' thatdegraded place.' 1'> was, "
\ ''cleaning during their. admlnistra of r waiters who occupied a room just over-'
specimen \ humanitywho : ==
: L.; D. Hancock .left for" Rockledffe head'who lost.much of clothing t
8. I p ; h tion. .. loafs around begging' ,fOr, his Monday, where he wjll engage ,In' work Quite a number '6f' our, citizens have P. E. Molt URRAV Carriage and
riJ subsistence and who disappear for 8. Shears.
.would P.
: '| : gone to have a look at the gala) week
I')' I ,k) : IT is said that owing ''to the un.d 11\a': hurry if the '''word ,Archie; Chambers, of Georgians, was festivities Some of 1 the town council & Wagon

l : War precedented amount fresb< wa, "nrorkV was.whispered, in his\ ear. down last Friday, packing grapefruit, went on Wednesday in a body; upon the BAKER
)'I on'the Capron place. invitation to the town, authorities. The ,
Hate t
,, .{ term, the river, the oyster; .beds can't-get-aways; consoled .themselves
:;;p. have suffered and that we\ must ''THE'GAMEOF"FOOT\. .' W. Palo.'''who has been, employed on ,with the Peters &Green Comedy Co., ap- Dealers In
\ '''i! ''curb'our appetite for that delicious '---,- l the steamer Courtenay, left for, Miami peared at the Opera house '*on*:Thursday ,' '

f >; .,; .bivalve until the early part of next iIt'te'proposed' .In- some*states to point Friday and where Key he West.will run M. between Kttchell.that will night: The reputation of'this troupe' x Dump Carts;! Saddlery, Pleasure and Business.:-Vehicle, Hand Carts, etc.,eta

'! 4'' year. ,, ..#Tbl8 is sorrowful hearing make the game of foot ball )Jllegal. take his place oil,the Courtenay. joyable fully filled,evening.the expectation of. a most' en- ,Main and" Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE' FLA..

M.1 for, those'who, appreciate this, slippery This Is the result of the, numerous Quite 'a number attended candy

\p delicacy. fatal accidents tbnt occur yearly social at S. A. CMeen's Thursday, night u. s. Department of Agriculture
J .. _.. last. Those from '
present Brantley were >*
------ --- The
in the foot ball field and for which New'SoIdeIf
---T ,
i Y' "' R. B. Stewart and daughter; .Messrs. Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. :
A IF ,the story of the mutiny of the there Is not,'the least l necessity, It Martin and'''Ledbetter, Banyan;;',';AFort

,, Olive Pecker had been embodied In the game, were modified and played and wife, Mr and .Mrs. J, 'N; :',Chalker, The following is a'comparative statement
'. novel it have''been Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ennls, Mr. and Mrs. of temperature and rainfall for the
"I.\ a would scoffedat in a less savage-,manner.' It, is, a CyressPoor
week ending Nov. 9 1897.
W. Blsbee Hrs. Thus. Green r Misses Tuesday ; Company
J" a.lmpolslble'or., at any rate Im mistaken Idea tbafe a sport to be Anna Taylor, Alberta' water:>Messrs. ,-1887- ..r-189 : ,,
probable. This only adds one more manly must endanger life or limb, E. R. Provost, C. D. Provost, .1..:D. En- ATB.; MAX... "!Jr. MAX.,,: v' MIW.
1; .,tatbe terrible' 'tales of the 'sea, by and if the foot ball player cannotbe nil, E. W. Provost, N. Fort,' Ti; ,G., ,Ronald .8' 70 68, 82 '73 ,::E>>..aX..A.LJ. .:::J3I"Wi.A.., ,
'' '4 79 68, 82. .13''
i which we are reminded from time Induoed'toplay' a milder form J. Orlffgs and L. E. Provost,' Lotus.
y 4 ,+ 'to'timethatl'truth' Is :oftentimes Refreshments were served; after which i 8 '79 67 84 71 Opened October let' 1806, turned'the steam. on to
of that it would
; fascinating game 6 70 B5 80.68
L. E. Provost J. D. Ennls and R. B.
4 stranger thanrflctlon.i .* certainly be well to do/away withit :Stewart: furnished mnslo 'for several 7. 79 71 ,'19 69' One of the Largest and Best 'Equipped Door Sash Bhdand
',.. ,
S. baa waltzes. All had 8 79 73 80 66
j ; altogether.. Every sport an report having a pleasant '
,. ,Faote' the sjeml-annual apportion' element of danger which adds excitement evening. 9 81 69 ''18 64 General Wood'' Working Plants in, thff'United d States
Total rainfall for the week: 0.. Inches
ment of the one-mill state .school to it, or is ''a test of' the '

Ii .:, tax, Breyard receives, $50&.80. ,the powers of endurance, and'prepares TOBACCO Away to any'SEED person TO who.BE will'GIVEN plant it week Departure: minus from 0.91 normal inches rainfall: Departurefrom ,for the And with experienced(i management, (covering' past experience: of skit

'$," II' average attendance being 724. The the player' for' the ,battle 'of life, In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE normal rainfall' since 'January,, years in..Cypress) the patrons of our'company may confidently expect will the tat
';\ !, but it is to"des-'/ office plus 25.47 inches. possible material and workmanship, our hands. cover
total taxj'amounts to, $47,664.56, quite unnecessary Titusville and get some. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames Hothouse Materials, Tanks, Glass, ekMiIA'Mrt t
I a and the apportionment made at tend to the plane of the savage, or Or, send stamp to postage., 'W J.W.CRONE,, 'Observer.: ,

:;;}i (It. the rate of '70 cents per. pupil of to go to !uch'extremes that ,al reg. ,-

11; ,\ ,-t. average attendance in each county ular armor, has to be donned before .

'W'''from'which'reports have 'been received it is safe to venture upon the DO Yon Know a' Good ThinOf course, ..do,. 1 V '

;... \by State' Superintendent} field. Accidents' will, ..of course, .
p.t'' Sheats.' happen'on' the best regulated foot

if",." ball field ; they-happen everywhere.Only (@ Then you'' haven't seen Florida, or you would ,be!,here..
a few' days a man died SN' Are you growing old ? Of bourse; SO are we, i igf
THE question' arbitration between ago ( I
{ 'i .f 1c;' Town Lots Now Sale
Jf" this. country' and Great from injuries received in a danc = But not so fast, because our Mild Climate,, on

+ 4" ; 111; Britain will probably,'come under ing1 ball, his partner, 'a ,lady of j fff|, With its warm sunshiny days and long cool nights, ,"'.

f\\,' ,discussion again in the( near future some'180-lbs. weight having .fallen Makes. Life' what' It ought" to be. '. 4

; amliwere' it not',for the ''very upon him and literally crusHedithe Do''you love flowers', fruits' and vegetables ? 'Certainly' I I' So, do.we.. A.: E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

poor opinion of John, Bull's good life out of him. Surely'some association Buy a home on the EAST COAST \L' ,

faith which prevails in the senate/ could be formed to modify Where you can raise1( your 'own ,'. .

.Sj, and a general, idea that ha never the brutality of the game as played With the,least labor and expense. *,,, Mrs. Julia D Tuttle.

M -. does anything without having some to-day, and put an end to the nec- Do you dislike Winter ? So'do we. ; ,, j I ,' ,,: ?,, *

scheme ,tending Cowards .his own essity of, illegalfolng one 'of our Then come to FLORIDA; we're, here to stay. *. '!;"I' 'CHOICE'BOSIH SS. AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

ti .ulteriorprofit, there,might become best and most exciting: sports., ?' We hate surf-bathing, swimming and sailing all the year,round.

; t chance of forever removing the .. Are you interested In US ?: ,I' In all parts of theyTo'uln.' Carefully' Selected
,, possibility of war between the two THE WHITE. HOUSE.The '
If 10. we are interested you. fi. Fruit and Vegetable bands on '
tr 1 '
cou es".1 A line to address "
our Address DRAWER
"M, ,
1 1TR ., .
ADVOCATE is under''obligations J ..
OJ !Miami BJ1d.J IOn.y: J3 cayne.Correspondenoe
need to Mr. C,.Tharin, one 01 the staff of the Will, do wonders. SAINT AUGUSTINE. XXOBIOA River: '
>o 'of in the III ,
b uniformity White House, Washington, D. C., who 2V: Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.'
; ;Maws of the different states is ex. kindly showed us over our president's .. '' '
V ; emplified in no way"Jore', plainly official residence and through the beau. Main' Office l e. Hotel Miami, .-'J> :. MIAMI, FLORIDI'
,than in the' laws of 'divorce, A tiful conservatories and grounds atfaoh- TiLIZ I -HJ
man who has broken the matri. ed thereto last week. Some of the rooms FER RS -
monlal In this tine mansion are elegantly fitted ....
chain In a'state where divorces up., The'' East Room where receptions *. N. 'WELSHkNS
o ( are easy to obtain and who are held, is 40ft, wide 82ft. long and ,CHAS.. ,
I, 'subsequently marries in 'another, the celling-from whlOb is suspended When you ate in the market write,. for Information regarding ,

1 t that according tor.t in two this of the most magnificent cbandellenl ,,1. our_ ._ ':: '
couotl'1-la 22ft.> '
1i" the, laws of his latter 'abode he has room contains ,full length portraits of i CEMENT BRICK :LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER,,

unwittingly committed bigamy, ,his Oeo. Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln ,Complete 'F'ert111zers:: : : :-: ,, ,
There is one other similar '
original divorce not being valid according 'only picture
to the laws of the of Qeo. Washington! in'existence: it Issftld. \ ** HAIR 'AND LATH.State'Agent .', ..
I state in \ In 1814 when the British soldiersentered fruit and r Y
J which his second marriage is Vegetable vine, orange' tree ,manure,'blood, bone; ,JOt '
consummated the of and
city Washington
were and potash and other brands.'
A, ; a state of affairs that about to pillage and burn the White '. > ',", ;L., &M. Paints' and Oils. t,
is likely to lead to all manner of House Mrs. Dolly Maddtson had Wash a / '-4 IIW' *," Street"
complications. ington's portrait taken from Its frame The Armour Fertilizer Works, .. Old,Phone 8. ))0(' .., 13 HS n
and carried it away In safety across the i, ..
Potomac. She also took with her the I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA:.
.5 ? THAT fiend in human shape, the precious original of the Declaration of 'Chicago :,
i 'firebug;'seems to be he Independence (Both these are now in ;
,1 applying safe bands. .
incendiary torch to some purpose In the corridor may be' seen'' the portraits Where ,these'fertilizers are made, having unlimited 'sources D : i

g'' In""t."" Augustine'and; we note that of Presidents Washington'Jack'' from which to:draw their supplies! use.'nothing bat the 'very 'HO'U'STONT-
S ''rat the authorities have- offered a ,'reward son, Polk,Tyler Flllmore,Pierce, Buchanan best materials, and there are no good made better than our : : ; r;
_ of, fire hundred dollars for: Grant, Hayes and Uarrleld; and COMPLETE: FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders.
the busts of Columbus, John Jay, Fillmore
the apprehension of the villain or and John Bright (an Englishman). Established 1884. ))o(' -Cor. Bay and Laura Sa, over w,

,villains, who, set ,fire to the, San Then there Is the Green Room, used as a ARMOUR & COMPANY, f
'' Marco hotel and reduced that once music room; the Blue Room, used by; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.,, f

'imposing structure' to a 'pile, of President the Red Room MoKlnley,used,as as the a reception family sitting room; Jacksonville. Fla. Tot the next 30 days prices will :be..' follows: Gold'FlUlnga. |1 h1 .ashes.' If caught the perpetrators room and for receptions by the ladles of Plastic FUllngs SOe. to '1; Alloy Fillings $1 to .t.60J; >1ateB, *5 to lSi;J

,, should be made an'. example of;;' the president's household; the, State ( ery best. ), $9 to $10 Extracting free, by a paiD 1..." method Continuos/I Grsa
r '"" >Changing? is far too mild and Room, where state dinners are mad FiratclaM operators and polite 'attendan"Gold and
insipid given Sets of Teeth made and -
; ,M form of punishment for this bless Supreme\ the Court Cabinet and', the the Justices Diplomatic of the The Premier Flour of America. repaired.

.. of criminals, and it .would be dlffl- Corps;the Family Dining Room; and the 4
f-," ;/.., ,. eult, indeed, to discover any pun. president's room and Its adjunct offices .. I S.A.aEf.:: : :eeOS-'
k-: Ishment that would adequately of private secretary- clerks- and telegraphoperators. .. Tt
f.., saeet the crime. The A massive and beautiful Unexcelled, Biscuit
oaken: writing: table, used by the president ,
ia aboUt on a level with the anony. of the United States, and made !I o rs, If '
'.i moss letter-writer'and we can conelire from the Umbers of Her Majesty's Ship Wholesale. and Retail Dealers la

+' ,'w ,. of nothing very much lower Resolute has a brass.plate on' it with For als '
/ia tk'Aeale of humanity.A the following words engraved thereon: fs t' and HARNESSi
|" ;
"Sir Job rmaklla's npwllttoB. wfeoaitaway, VEHICLES iHH .
11 la tile IMS, and UM tonr-ooatlnacd .
rnaklln .esreb which followed .n....dt UM CA6iAllIN IMFQCa i j S**"' '
t ,. A RECULA WINTER! VISITOR .rmpathy at UM Mtlr olvUlMd' _&.I. Anonc Y
(MBIUMKMM Tiauli dttpatalMd M tae ortkWM Bread :
)' ib.KMOtaM. eI UM BriUah.. Nary, which, dl x4 p stfy. /4ml: Bicycles. ,
,, I_ 'W. are remldbY: a cartoon with leota UM May.rwt ISM.of UM, te..pls.b.e1 less,WM .b -UM rtoiMd toUowtac!. .... .

1'' .U a ree..t "su. of the Times- TMrahcwas akkad by aa AJtarioaa ......; Largest Stock"and'Lovwest'Prices In theCorrsspbadeswcsoMeitsd. SO\l\

''t Ualen and Citizen that the .tramp .WMbKMirbthitoaiiAjMrtaaa...IF_,..-....II) tile VaJ..port...,.red...'M o m lb* h '
'I I Is band and that arlu", levers s *. Thla......awrf frame.... R" fl by F.'I.; Ageata' for Victor,Blass sad Car1l81e '
i ftMon near at
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} \ UaibM, *(tM need sa1... _- Ja'.. "- asM.. ay i JiCISMflLLE_ FLA; .. b JACKScNVILL1eitwBIDAI 1

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-s"t'd nr'e'wYern.ms arnd.sll.ls.rn.' Mre. J.I Lovelace Miami.-.L-l8 domiciled' at the ; .FERcTIL lZERS.

Miami Hotel for the winter.Kev. \ .

E. V. Blackman returned last
Saturday, from a pleasant visit to St. .

JtoYAl. Augustine i(

L. Larson, secretary for J. E. Ingra- SPEOIALPRIOES
ham of St. Augustine, was in town one I' m
day last week. ; 'Jill. .I\\j\!\ '

I Dr. J. W. Jackson, of Cocoanut Grove TO-- '

was In our city one day this week, shaking [rill i J4

Mrs.hands with his many friends _. 'zrs.eapple: GrO\A7'"er:.t

Thos. H. Broome mother '
bAKIH of Attorney ; : I'u
Gorden R. Broome, was taken lj
quite ill last Sunday night, but is now .A.11.dre:>u.n.d.: .For'tl.iIJiiBer.: : : III c
POWDER growing; better. Hi; Price $ 5.00. MJT",,Before buying the following, Material be.sure and apply to ;
Absolutely pure I works The'workmeo in this employed on the Flacler ,! GUA.RANTEED"NALYSIS," : us for prloei, and wo will prove to you we can save yon mone Y.L :
city were paid off on Mon ,
f day last, and money was circulating Holttora.. ......,........................,' ,.'....... .. ... ..... ... ..,. .. ..,. S to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE .
y freely again that i Ammonia... v.-.4.\. ,.... .... ................... etc 8 : J I'
night. -/ : Squat to SnlphaMOf Ammotilti..a.: ..,. .... ........,.............. DO to SB ., BLOOA !
vote4 Miss Lillie Available Phoanborla Achl..r. ...,......... ,..:.................,...., a to 8. ,
<....AWN.POWDM-,New Kelgwln, daughter of the i Biiial w Boneihoepbateof Lime, .. ,..,.,..'., U..,....,...,.. ...: ... 11 to 13 :
M Rev. Kelgwin, former pastor of the l' l'ota..h Ki: O ............. ."....".....,...,..<....,....... ... .".".....,."..,. 6 to 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OP SODA, ,
Presbyterian church Equal. to aulpAsteof. Potaah.-. ... .....,... .. ;, ...... ... 9 to 1OMagaeniaLimeSoda "
leave this week. for her in old this home city in, will Or- ( .to.. ..... ............. .... .......*...'...,!.1'i ;,....,.. ..,.,. !55 to GO SULPHATE OF AMMONIA j.:OBACCO STEMS, !b E-I

Narrows. lando. I n- Write for Special l Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, ILIRDWOOD ASHES, ; Ni

J. Warner, of West who LHHi!i Ii ';' 2"! COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES : ,.
Key is
engaged J53T Special Mixtures compounded with at low I
bloom- machinery very 0
In ; shipments to. begin in the drug. '* ':
nl weeks thetinter- \
eats was of in the our city MutualLife last Insurance Co. i. prices... ,- 1?;: _ ,_ _ __ 'i f 't'H yh1

Dodge sailed to Eau Qallle and of New York. Please Correspond:with before isxduoecl 1
? from Dealers.
rfver points, the first of' the I us being to buy Send for J4
', on up business.j Geo. B. Rumph, jr., of Tltusville has I Pamphlet. ;5H&& Wt '' '. "" +
taken the
lately occupied by J.
schooner Olivette, with a cargo! of O. Williams, as bookkeeper and stenographer '
passed through, en route to Hobe for L. O. Oliver Co., Miami's- I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
last. lumber 'III
d, Friday dealers, Mr. Williams having re- .

pt. Andrews, of Eden, In his trim signed of I ;,':, f' :raoksoc.: : v1J.J.e. :Florida.: = s '
j.. Dixie: passed southward) through A negro man while asleep last Sunday \ ,,, t
farrows, last Saturday. night;, on the dredge boat, fell Into the
other rehearsal,by the library memo water of the bay and drowned. As no
was given at the Orchid schools one was near birD at the time he fell In .Melbourne. tr
Saturday evening last. the water he drowned. before assistance G. SPRINGER '
could arrive."'
dma Gould, of Enos, was quite GOODE & OOODK.-Real Estate and Loans. t:) .' f
Few last week, but at this writer The ladles of the Catholic church gave Agent(or JKtna, London and Liverpool and :'
days ; ; \
Globe and Fire In.urmnoe. Special :
condition Is'milch.Improved. an oyster supper and dance in the parlorsof attention paid Imperial to the interests of non-real- -'= Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -'-- '
the Hotel Biscayne last Saturday dent. '' \ "; .{
le excessive advance In express rates night A royal time was spent by all w / : .
legetables, is making the growers who attended and about '
$100 was real-
lulls blue. This should. call forr ized, clear of all expenses HOTEL Beautifully CARLKTON ItuaMa MELBOURNE ona high bluff FLA., overlooklnor "' E AND l'
freight facilities. the Indian River. Firstci.a. aoooin- i
,,,< '* 'The well-known dry goods firm of modattoni.and rate.ronwinahle.V. at '
Lt Friday morning there arrived at Lovett & Laws ,of this 'city, has been ROBERTSON: Proprietor. ,
lid, via steamer tn.,Augustine, Mr. dissolved by mutual consoent Major I
dire Eoos, and Mr. and '.Mrs. Wm. Lovett will continue the business at the WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE) call at the i
L of Kaukakee, Ills. These pleasant old store In this city. Mr. Laws will Bazaar.,MM. Chaa J. F. Campbell& Co., Mll.llnery J. Water
Notloni, Dry Goods, Ladles' readyf -
tie will the winter''with Mr.Mrs. :
spend take a much-needed rest, and endeavor made and woven Underwear .,
Frank Forster. Mr. Butledge; to regain his former good health.. He ed Coreeta,eto. embroidery and moored dike
I Is Mrs. Forster's father, a hale andy wlll then embark In business again.. souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water I Coolers. '
gentleman of '84 ;years,'*and an ,
of Illinois. Mrs. Adam Carrell)), wife ot our popu ;
pioneer /N lar liveryman, Adam Carrell, left on the f Mrs. Clara McLean was the guest of ....... '
Mr. and Mrs. John Goode from Saturday -
train last Monday morning, for Jacksonville I.. !
Cocoa and West Palm :Beach.
.?' lumber and other building ma- Mrs Carrell)) will visit her two until Monday. ,
1 direct from the Builders' Supply young sons at Mandarin, and will spend The ladles of the Episcopal church : a
St. Augustine, and save the lumber- the balance of her time In Jacksonvilleand : will give entertainment and bazaar !
I man's commission.. DeLand. beford returning home to about the 17th of Dec. I, 4

Miami. Many of our young people are enjoying AND CABBAGE PLANTS/ '

Ederi.t Dr. G. J. Baskin returned to Miami these beautiful moonlight evenings, by .
last week, from a several months1 ,visitto having sailing parties.,

t Poabody's launch'is about finished, his old home in Anthony, Fla. The Rev W. O. Barnes and Frank Robert STOCKY CELERY PLANTS Dwarf, Golden Heart; ,Golden Self ;
resents a very pleasing affect. It Doctor left Miami very quietly on last son have been quail hunting the' past Giant Faitchall. White Plume. ,.",.... .', ... .... ..fl.711: per 1000
>like a yacht, Indeed, and is thought Monday his morning's train, taking with him week every.day, and brought home lots ; -Succession, Burehead, Flat Dutch, Drumhead, ,Early I{ t
pi I be very fast.v. as ladles Miss wife,OU one Johnson.of Miami's Dr.charming Baskin of birds. Snowball,.,".,, ,. H <.', . ,1' .. ...",.?.,.,., .,.' ; ./. .'p.',',.',.. ,J."<'lIS per lOOOn' )"'"'

Butler, of Melbourne will' holde and Miss Johnson were married ''early The Misses Carrie and OIa"Joholon. of . :. ... .. . ,'. .. ..h.l. 4.00 per 1000 l
\ service at the "school house on Monday morning, just before'the departure Miami, passed through here last Monday -Mammoth, Conover's Colossal, .Palmetto.. :. .. '4.00 per 1000 '

ay, the 14th Inst., at 11.a. m. aDd 7 of the train for Jacksonville The on their way to visit 'relatives In Kadlsh Sets" ... ..;,.. . . ,... ,.,,,\ .wv -? *, n-",,. 1<0 Per 10 ;
All are Invited to attend.I. wedding was a quiet one, and was a surprise Birmingham, Ala. .
to some of our people. The ceremony A" L. CAMERON, Seedsman "
Wild In the ,
more plentiful
I. W. Q. Wlnans Is turkey are '
building a
.very was performed by the Rev. E. V. car l'
4 end to his wharf. It Is to be a Blaokman. The bridal couple will at- woods back of this place than usual *this 126 Eaet BaySt., JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
and of our people are enjoying ;
i decked over and arranged; to pump tend the festivities Jacksonville during season, many
I automatically by.the action of the this delicate food., .
the gala week. We wish them a long --: ""7.r ---
I. life. and perpetual happiness. Walter Winters arrived in town Monday N
I Cox has introduced Into this .sec. evening, and will spend the winter ; I
J the first spring wagon.; It is a here with bis mother and brother. in Jackfonfillte e Fertilizer Co. '

|ty, and his horse is a perfect match.our Micco. their pretty home on New Haven avenue. ,

county road has been clearedt The work of opening up and Improving ; .
is surprising to the number of m. >JJTa> LO"VO' Gr-OXL'l :acEana..or.
see Everything Indicates a lively winter 1nMioco. new streets Is going; 'on' In good ',
|ns that travel It. It seems that ev- earnest, which will add much when they .' (LATE CHAPMAN .t SUDLOW.)
Ime will have a wagon ere long are finished, to the looks of our little : \
la committee that bas'been Postmaster Nichols made a trip to town.. South Jacksonville, Florida. r'
arrang- Melbourne this week. '*
lorthe social entertainment, to beT Mr. and Mrs.'Henry Whiting, of Melbourne << '--, MANUFACTURER' OF -- !IY\f'\ '
for the benefit of the St. Paul's Mr. and Mrs. Cain, of Roselandt were Beach, passed through here on.
opal church, have changed their visiting here last Sunday, | their return from their trip north, last For Oran eeand
famine as follows- Date changedNov. Mrs KImball), of New York, I Is visiting week. All are glad to see them home Pineapples, / :*
25th. to Wednesday, Nov. her Mrs. Piazza of this Again '
daughter place.
i doors open at 6:30p.' m.; the aualo Frank Conkling returned from Rock- Vegetables l and"Dealers In Every ,Klnd'of>,: Raw Material l.. 4
commence at 7 p. m. All are cory Miss Beraadette Delaney has returnedto evening where he had : :
ledee last Monday .
Invited to attend. have Micoo after spending the summer in
They a
fine programme; nearly all the New York and vicinity.Mrs. made'a pleasant visit to his friend J. II. Cotton Seed ,,Heal TobaccoDnst Kanit Etc Also
Ists" will take May. Be reports the orange trees thereas ,
It Is be'acal
to '
part. Harris and son Herbert, are expected fine. : gar< -'X'imos :erasu .
,'varied with Ice bream and cake, looking :B"aD1o'U.: !. : r;
ad of a regular supper, as at first back In a few days, from Miami, Capt. O.O.. Oleason brought a jolly Y"G. ..\ ,'. .. .. ...r. "' .t. ,, .,,4 too per cent j 'if
Ved upon. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rob- where they have been visiting, relatives patty In his launch from Eau Gallic last Phos. Acid,... ,. . t. ,r,8 to 8 per cent > J or 920.OO Per'Ton..

* have kindly offered the use. of Dr. and M.... Powell, of Brooklyn: N. Monday.. Among those on board we K .O.,. ..M>. ,. .. ,toTpercent ). .
r Handsome residence for, the enter- Y., are expected here soon, where they noticed the Governor and Mrs. Oleason, Commercial Value given our brands the' last Bulletin' .*' Write for
taent, and all will be courteously will spend the.winter! In their new. cot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Oleason,' Mr. Orders for :2 tons and upwards for our brands will) be delivered free ef all ,

>d. Admission, 25ctschildren; un- tage. Hanna, Mrs. O. O. Oleason Miss Aline charges to any' railroad depot. on the East Coast at catalogue, ,.prices, 'until / '
1 4 years, free. Pineapple fields are looking fine la Gleason and: Mrs. Doctor Brainerd. notice. y'

this section, and John Delaney expects The C. E..dims social given last Friday -
Banyan.: quite a number from his ,large ,planta evening at the home of Mrs., O. M. 'J!:
tion. Winters, on New Haven avenue, was a 'J"
big success. |S.
Bryan paid Banyan: a short. visit cocoa and cake was served by the re d'k'S Morse" fl' d' '
pnday morning+ Fort Pierce. ladles and muslo and games. The music I +; "
;el Harper was quite ill on:Sunday furnished by the Messrs. Hadleys. Nicholson .11'.". '. \ '.11 "
aonday, but is now ay right. Jett-cjay;: ; was fine, and the song, "A little
(Houston was supplying Baayanites Miss Durst for Waveland. brown cot," by Prof.. Winters and Ernest RF.ZeA.Z: ::J : : -TAf: : :'E,. "

fresh pork on Saturday last.I Mr. and Mrs. Mann left for Eden, Hadley, created. good deal of mirth. ... '

farmers are wishing .for a littleR Tuead..,.. ,".4;, A.7111, ._ ::DacSe., aef:: ., ,;- W'X0X1.X3., < .,

quantities of beans.. .are belag J. T. Gray left' for .Jacksonville Cocoa. ,

dan,. Wednesday.Mrs. '- IIT. FOR. LANDS OF'. -. .11 :' .
rt of Miami is on a .
Harper was cirentetiegamong C Campbell, Wine '1t
j. Bnt-elaM Saloon.
ads In Banyan on Saturday' Sunere rlst to her parents here. been D. CRABB.bl!'..keep... brandy a and nolll, Imporbdand : East Coast Railway Company, '

nd Monda,. Mrs" : J. Sykes Is still very 111, but we Prig domeatlo ot llqnare oilcan from, tobfteeo star to Sae0 and per cigarette.KalIot1.ProDlp. .. Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company

were three school teachers trust she will soon be better. __ Orh.Cones.Pipe. and". .aaaIJol'dttn. -'Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company
g the Terms ) <
Cocoa Beach Misses r -
.Otwell and Jones. party. (WV J. Tucker left Monday for(Jacksonville ... A CRABB..Acti r---- ,.
> pleased fare to attend gala week., wm.ed Gold Medal sad lP'f-.of Hoeot at CeSsna MtM...maiaton. a to note O. Bale seemsovlng Mrs. Julius Tyler returned from New J. P. Cooper left here Monday, to 'AUaaU,OS.,.....
under the sklllfal treat-
Imf Haven last week, for the winter. week at Jacksonville.Sheriff "
Dr tier,. W. Holmes. f take In gala :

[T. Snell has sold his Senator Qaay and party arrived Monday Joe Brown..of Tltnsvllle, was G W HAIIOND COMPANY

T.plc to the Hon. O. llardee eropof oranges,' and night at his' St. Lucie residence. on our streets Tuesday and Wednesday.John '. ,

"ill all be shipped this week W.Jorier of Jupiter, was In town Henry, of TUusville, was la ,1iO'1O'h,' .-a',. '.
to Nettle Jones U last Wednesday;; and attended the bop town oa business, Monday and Tuesday. 't'

L' !Tvto force knowledge Indefatigable tmto the In at the hall that night ,John H.. Wynn, of Tropic passed :"PORK AND EEF'' PRODUCTS {
the rising generation of Ban- The addition to the school boose through on Monday, ea mute ,to Titer
completed, and with a fresh coat of paint ville.
urge the bnlldlng ISA credit to the town. Ind.,' Booth Omaha, Keb., :Chicago, Ills. "
from '
crowd 'Banyan Seboonnakerbas two pet
Trople : Postmaster '
Ibla visited Cocoa Beach,JaM: Srno- The Ber. .Tresca held services ban deer both bucks: ODe two-year-old and I oolDl, 334 West Bay St., Tbos.. W.: Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville.: 1lukets ),!a;(' ''
The Nemisip command of C. last Sunday meroing and evening In one fives '

raper of her 11; and the No Nanae, lo eem- the Methodist In attendance.The ebnm Large. congregations R. P. Shares owner of' th*New Rock- : 'idTiaeiid Ripldij oo Lifdi, Him 114.'Wi.. # r '

Owner. J. M. Fle ,Carried were. ledge hotel, arrived here with his family :
aa4D"ea.. The day was a beautiful Fort Pleree Social Club gave a last Friday.- */' '& 'Ceu.-r: : :r .c-rioe.. ra f q
._ reported a -.. en- Wednesday at the city
.ai I- dance last be. night for Hon. H.Bewail and wife,' of; ewairs i, .....
which -
ball) was -
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Point DaM county, were visitors benlast .5
and .YerpeeD"TIle A.yVi l
with palms
occasion .
I.Y tm'VEGETABLES ..Del frul' raffle of.a cabinet organ was quite w..Ir.r' : JOB :PRf: TTf C f
t Williams *, Co., wholesale the featnro of the issuingposswi OD8t' Mr. aad Mrs. Dogne returned< toCof** : :
11ed Drodrtee menhaau 65 Sooth which fell to Mrs. Ben gory last week, and are osaleUed. tajt*. '
... O'D&net. Adallta" 0.. Bee. daelr Lneto. Mrs. refreshments wereaerwdbr Jarvls eottafsv -". "> .? 'Ii, ) I" ..... OF AL.L: KIND.S'' tt't'!' y'x
4,' aLan. .* Mrs.lMi4. fct' ;';"I..
eotinrfl bald Its i ranter si > ....
tIHt.aaklepW'aeeoui The towa .:. '; !# 1"
YOU .. krs.HearteteBe, a monthly, laeeds T....... afght Be- 5,; ; -- st the 1 ""'. t. I"l."' !
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;l ;;xx' '; :PERSONALITIES' !. ,,, ". T A PAIR OF FREAKS. MALLOJIY* : STEAMSHIP LINE. The FloridllGeI ,tral cp. mP.3ILar! RaIIr

) t. : tb.1.1.'Tbae Ovir; New Yortf( ,
the .-. and lento and Florida ,
", v i Jane B Duke president of elgkrette '. ,',t .. "" \ and Boston. Line between Florida and all
j : ,' (' .11. !." 'bona, 4 Philadelphia Nortl-ern j
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\ manotacturl g company( ; of hit "
,, f ;, :/::4> teams, la Mid to resemble! ,Senator. Han "Tbeae ladle and gentlemen," anDODDoed Prone brniMwIck (via Port Royal 8. C.,)to New York. Everett.tlmore Philadelphia' Augusta, New, Ga.York. Columbia Boston and WashlnctSr? B
i t the dime lecturer, in- PASSENGER]! SBRTICK. the E nt
: In museum a
I many 'way Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville
Route Loulwille
with appropriate gesture a Fernandlna, 1" C. it P. Ry, and Cumberland
dioating an Via wn
,t a (\r{ Professor Bamoel Erased of the Tnlveraity Lv Jacksonville 8.W a rot' L... Fernandlna 130( P m; Ar .and Chicago. *
.:",,; I of Klan enburg, In Hungary, couple of parched and ;juiceless form Krunswicuc SNm.( Dally except Sunday. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs Memphis, Little Rock. Sanaa.
I confined in a glass case "are twoof the ''Via Everett all lbrnnawl P. Rf, and So. Ry. Lv- Jackson- Louie Chicago Sioux City. Cltj I ,
sI4 '", died recently coon after oelebratlng hi* nvllle 400 p m; k' 7JO p m. Dally. I'aeeengtll'tallowed .
I 'nnndredth birthday, t II' moat extraordinary; curiosities, ever on board tor supper Thursday River Junction: Penaaoola, Mobile New Orleans Texas a exlnn
r, tv, !1 't : i! ; placed on exhibition." and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O 8D7 CaU I
'I b r John D. Rockefeller has notified the "
j ra "They're mammies ain't they .
New York .....
7" 'Iii. Des Moines Baptist college thai bo will queried the long necked visitor from toot "r PROPOSED Lv. Bnin.wlok. .111.8:111 a. m.. daft with 38 lavey"e7 I
I_ L..New York Pier 21 B.R., S:BOp m.. (Standard Time.) Sleeper for Bavann !
Ut1''' h)a give $3 for every dollar the_college will Wavbehind, edging up aa close aa poe.sible .. .........r... RIO GR..NDIG................... Friday. Oct. 22Pridsy ____ e g A R. Baltimore Pbllad..lpb. Columbia Wti'
'y H I .J raise from other aouroea. and glaring at the specimens with P'rlday. Oot.Oct.III./2'A.! ................... "v-.. COLORADO .;.., .... ., .........;: ::::Friday 001;29FridayOet.99 0 Eastern point.' connect a. forfork.
'I The second oldeat living al'nmntu oi intereat .. ..... .r........... RIO GRANDE.- ... .......Friday NOY. S 0 o.r. i Arrive, Jacksonville .SOp.m.
: Nov. e..: ...:ir........... .....CIILORADO.FridayNov.1.2
Amber la Rev. Elias JEtiggi, D. D., "No, air" replied the lecturer dia- PrldayINov.19..n.r..a.Friday. : : ....".....MO OKANPiO.) ......... ...... ... ...... Friday, Nov.U '" r New York Past Man Na
: ,t, + x 4 r XJU. D., of Constantinople an eminent missing the> questioner with a nave oi For general IDformatlon,steamers, trains rates, etc. apply to any railroad agent; or to Go" JacksonvtlleTNO m. dally for ttln,
". DAE8V 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H u' em point Carrie* "
N r :!. CHAS Agent a .te tbrongti Bleepe.
ay :jphilologlat and translator of the Bible his band. '"Tbe figure on t',4 fight la- Till to New York. No. 35 J
H. RAYMOND, General Boutnerd Attent, Brunswick:, Ga. arrive J
it 41 into the Armenian; .Bulgarian and die* and gentlemen, I. all feZTt now re-< 0., H.MALLORY, General Agent, Pier SO, E. River, and 863: Broadway,N. Y., 1110; a. m..
1191 farklih citizen whOle -
language maim of af onoe prominent '

'Congressman Walker of Massachusetts name wa originally Brown. During the P F a k Jacksonville Cincinnati and p Jacksonville m.,via Event Ko':.'.

l .R 'i*' the pre ldeDt'. almost, daily companion greater portion of hi* life he was considered dP F,: ..p' lanta Nasnvllle Chattanooga, Connects f'';',"Ice aooa.

J: ?ll when in W..hIDtcm'etweea 4 by: hi. fellow men to be the poa- F (. e and western RiLouis point Chloago Returning .n IKU-

.',, .. /e.aor'of' much' sound, practical sense, .w r Jacksonville 8.10 train lit
and 0 o;lock In the afternoon r. The tier ; e Or80NviLLE a. m.
r 2'' } L, between the two men la '''their mut1lal but yielding at last to the solicitationsof 0 --

P j- ., fbndneaa for horseback riding. an ambition wife-hi* own wife e AshWille Route Through Pullman
underatand he took to bia lf' 0OL 1 Car service fur Cincinnati via
iyt ill ril President Fnrs created a commotion spelling 7 .flnlx. bla,Asbevllle, Hot Spring 8avaonah
( name 'BrouRbne. This Idiosyncrasy; e.uagYS tV hw the Celebrated Country
; ii" recently in Part by driving about with a Mountain M 0
aroused in the bosom d Leave Jaoksoivlll
a retaliatory spirit TOO
II t1 nurse and baby. in the seat usually oo- 0 p Ives Cloclnnatl T.to k
: d of ribald and irreverent fellow citizen Y s .Z J 0 r r a. .m. .RetUruln..
,q copied by; his aid. It was' then learned a .Jacksonville 9I0. m.
J 1 that his married daughter: had given by the name of Jones-thla 1*Mr. Jones ,:.. -

'; y 1g'J.' /.d1, birth to a IOn three week before.: hereon the left-and the latter proceeded S e .l Only Line Through
/ to make of the other gentleman the Bean 1111I
d' .1 .. ;. ; Saena made abort game k Country of Middle Florida
,'1, Saint a speech at a PenIt
+ by; changing his name to .ToaghDeL'"WlieD Kaaambla Bay LeavlI.JacuOD\l11e.
the dinner recently given in Paris to next they met Bronghne a*,, )(ap of 8e "' .4 for Lake City Live Oak ;;, ..ii nt"Tallnhaa.ee.
; celebrate the hundredth performance of ''? River Junction! 1'000'1: II
and after
Jonghnea, sanguinary foRIDA New Orleans and the southwest Jiejtaxri
"Samaonet Dalila. In answer to a I combat like unto that indulged in by I and y n,,, ferrule and 53SSl&&S m *
tout to his glory' be aaid "Generally ]No.l! anlvee
pJ. I w the I Kilkenny oat of legendary; fame PENIhaULAR R.R.
h r 4 \ glory only cornea after,'' death.; Let na they alew each other. Thereupon the end Coan/ctlon.. -

1; Wait until then., proprietor of this museum and palace of -' U'err Mme,,1LOagDA'- / leaves" Jackflonvllle 9:15 a.m. for 9t..f,
O .
'' thorne."nv.r! Spring OOa.. .
; w' v" ,Governor Black of New York wee afarmer' Gaines
wonder with characteristic enterprise ., rq..r..yu. Ke' vylldwGOd. Lesseerg. Tava.res, ,
t i+ ''f J *,eon and one of a family of 11children secured the remains and had them Orano, acooohee, Dada City pu

I yet. he prepared himself na- stuffed in and r lifelike: Tampa. rrlY.Jack.oovlllot:15p.01.: '
an appropriate
ROUTE-fa'hronth .
NASHVILLE Pullman Via !
f' Sleeper 1'verett. Macon, AUuin
L tided. to enter college at 18.and, gradn- manner and placed them here aa a great attanooK Leave Jacksonville T.OO p. m.. arrive Nashville! 7.00 next p. m. Leave Nat,
9 ated from Dartmouth at 99. He la now moral lesion cnowlng conclusively to 9.00 a. m.| arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next a. m. f
i a. m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route
angular, tall and amootb. abaren and I II what a sad ,and solemn end excessive beriand Bound. : steamer, and

q often called ", ,.oaDIr Abe Lincoln.", ambition 'unchecked: by good Judgment 4iOO p. m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and aulctat. *
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StOO M.-Local for Tollahanee and Intermediate point ArnveJackwnville4:15
Weatley: Biobarda of Birmingham will drag viotlma.1\f.' Please pass now j 9O P. H..I'or Tampa and Intermediate point. Pullman deeper ArrlveJackeoa.m'JI|pn; !

:England, who died recently at the age of to the next: platform;'ladle and gentlemen Tills Through I.ifp.Sleeper m.,arrives for Cincinnati Cincinnati'l.to..m.via Ashevllle. leave Jacksonville at, 7.00 d p. m_ arrive

l41 88 yean was one of the inTentonof the and view tba most pitiful and attenuated For Macon. Atlanta two Train Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a. m.and T:00 r.m.
; i afield rifle and made the 'first capping living skeleton ever on exhibition Or- SUMMER RAkEB! to Kxouralon J'olnte-In effect June 1st.
I TIME I LOW RATES I Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train Parlor oar between Jacksonville and
oj ttreeobloading riflea and cartridgea in the man who married hi* mother- SAFETY QUICK '. Or Bend for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to
1858.: "' Later ha Invented the top lever 1a.law.II-Jlew York Sunday JournaL N. S, PENN1NOTON A. O. MAcDONELL,

,breechloader! and the falling! _block ride,. Finest Cuisine and Semoe No Transfer between :Jacksonville and New York .t4-. 'Traffic Manager. General Passenger iw

: r&& 'with UM motalllo cartridge (or It A *..IT' and .'Moral.Thi The Fleet la composed of the following Handsome]New! Steel Steamer : ,

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I Daniel O'Oonnell'younge.t;': and laitnrvlying continued whittling down of > "' '
(new) "Iroquois uChero
F' eon of the liberator heal/ jet price remind m* of the man who had Comanislw"', 1Jgonqutn, 88I., "Semtaple.1! Florida_ East Coast

t v lQ .died at Bedford, ,')England, aged 81yearn' a big trde on .Albata spoons, and be North-Bound. RyTtasw

Be ".. a renegade to the cause Insisted that he must have a better prioa. "*
+ of ,Ireland, accepting' the office of'' Income The Steamer are appointed to sail according, to the tide T*>M. No. 9-O.r.d!. ...i... it..SIt'f
'said be could
Han manufacturer I not From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston)) > Sunda"l-Toea4apandThundaya. ..
<< tax: commissioner. from Palmert- make any redaction unless he put in From CHARLESTON 8.0., -, -' Monday, Wedn. and Friday
Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and .Charleston dally SOUTH BOUND (Kewl Down 'i' NORTH BOUND Rend .
) (
For hour of sang see "Clyde paper Dpi.o )
n ,ion 40 yean ago and subscribing regularly more*;lead. Th. merchant laid, "All '
to' MM Unionist fund to fight right lead. It not long lib No r u
more was
: ; South-Bound. ..... :::.:':: v..n 'en vt1.I. .,.....Ar Tan ::::.: kiu* .. ....
f Jbome rule' before be wanted another reduction and Steamers are appointed to Ball' from Pier 20, East; River, New York:,!t 8 p. m., aa follow*:' to ....r A.........'" Aurwtlne..Lv. 5.; : ...I.lulu .:.:.. ...
he got the same answer from the manu- For CHARLESTON!S.! C.J . Mondays, Wednesdays. and Friday lu ...... LT.. ......tit. i1snutlneM....Ar. titan: .:... ..... .... ..
I ,Herr Mlttermarer; a recently; elected Pot JACKSONVILLE. I'&.A.,(calling at Charleston), '* Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday; hot* ... .. .. .......'. Baatina*""....,. 46p< .,..... ...... ... .
yfiifi 'member' of the Austrian reloharath' laotnrer. H* got instruction from i the ,,, :: ...... .. .. : .. .Pala.ka....... t 2 .. ..... ::. ...
: .... ..::.. .Ar.... .. ... : ... :.. ..
merchant to use more lead, a* .,h. must New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) 11 IdaHUQs .. ..P'alalJcM..Lv 4.: 'IP .. .
brought a nit for libel: against a polit4oal Clyde > ...... ...... .......... ) 4MpA&p ...... ......
opponent Who aoonaed him of ba.,- have the spoons at a less price. Still be "* (Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways) ...... ...,'.. Ar\.Fan fiaten.tl.t.uv.LiV..0eto ) 81""" ...... ...... ...... ...
w. not, happy and wanted another re ui ...... ._... Kat-.AI'. 1 ...... ..... ...... ..
...,11\ tag stolen money when he was a waiterat ,STEAMERS "DELAWARE, AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"are ., 12 ...... ...... Lv.......... ,..mond..........Ar :256u .... .... ...... .
: a Vienna hotel' At the trial' his ad- luction. The manufacturer informed to sail. as follow i ... ...: ..:... ...... ., ;....Daytona.......... .Up .... .... ...
him tbat it that he appointed Lewis'' Wharf : ... ...... ..... .,
was impossible; foot of Hogan Street From Boston i iUlWp .
\ ireraary; produced fail written confession,, From ; .
:FRIDAYS. .3f> ... ..... .. .
;y could not make any lower price. ,The THU.BBDAY8. ... ..
I tad Herr Mittermayer was turned over .. ....... ..
merchant wrote back and said, "Put in """""" i v.Clyde's. ........'THu-vill*........." ]f261p....... ...... ........
'e .to the criminal court J '' j T :. ..:: : ..'.........CityPolat......... : ..... ..... .... .
w; Queen Victoria bas outlived not more lead. The manufacturer. answeredteid -, :St. Johns River Line. w.. .... .... ,. ''" 1. Up ..... ...... .... ...
,'\\1t q; I only l said Oil CIIW't do It, as the ...... M + .Ct'B! <'okledBV.V.V..... 1901p4SL: .............. ... ..
all the dukes of 1887 but half of thou ...... / .,... ..........nenG: *. ..... ." 111 ... .. ...... ... '
who alive at her fiftieth a.mlveri last lot t lent yon were all lead. We (DE BABY MICE) ...... :..... : .....,..... Harno......r......: u cob! ....:.. .. ... .... .
were i have ..... ; :: '* .. ... II .. ... ...... ...
must admit that many good been Jacksonville Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, F1a.and intermediate landing on the St.John'River I. 1 ,. .....IfolboTrnn..... 11 iM ..e. ;
i ... in 1887.' The then Dnkea: of Bed. .
i, 'a', ford, Buckingham, Cleveland reduced In price from time ,' to time, -The Sldewheel Steamer- : :::::: (5OOpp. .., ..: ;:.::::::::'..lio.land.b.iaw= ,lsn.:::::::::I : 10 108An.:. z.a :::::: :::::: ::::::

+ ,Devon- either by tbejmportonitlea of dealers orwillingly elegant I.....: .. ...... .........8t. Lt\ci........... U"4.r." ... ..:... .n.
ti x ; hire, Hamilton Leeds, Leinater Man. "OITY'OF ffAOKSONVILLE," : ..... eoep SOOaAUTi .......Fort Plero.Stuart *. ...... II 9 IK! >la .. .. ...... .:.-. I I
by the manufacturer;until the .:: .. .. II ., ... .. .. ,
Rut : Wp .. ..... .....IDd..n. ....:. O "
cheater ; W. A. SHAW.
Marlborough Rozbnrgbe: : CAPT.
IJ ; quality[ i* like: the last 16t of apoons. $*JpOlp :..,,, b ..........Jensou" .....,1.... 9J71Hstw ...... ::..:........ ,
land Somerset and Sutherland have allan Hardware Ie appointed''oW to sail. as follows' .:.:.. 14IIp ...... ........ euaTlla ......./... ......... ', ...... ...... ..... I
the lest ten ...... .. .. ...... Alicia. II 80.'" ... ...... ......
Bunda and
during ,
died yeara.TRF.E8 Leaves Jacksonville. '. Tuesdays Thursdays at 8.30 p. ID.Lea".8aIIlord Up .... ..::.. laa ........'Hobey.annd.r. II llx .,::. ...... ..... I
Three Great Irishmen. laondam Wednesday. and Fridays at 9.00 a. m. ."... foIp ...... ..... 858lOSUa& M ......WeetJupiter...... 8q.)I. ....... ...... ......11
I. ]fORTH! BOUND.Resd ...... IJIIp : a :. Ulrlera 1 Sea .. .. ...... .... U
t ( AND LUMBER. The mOlt'prominent and popular fig.re SOUTH BOmm.dOWD. SCHEDULJD.' Bead up. ...... lOp .:..:. .::.:. 11 \ ., ...Vi'e.0 Palm Beioli..Lv. '1248 ..,::.. ...... .....,.10

1 .' t-/ i JJy *. in the jubilee procession, always' .... ..... ... ...... .. ....... ... 9.00 .. ...... ea, ....,. ..... ''''' Linton .... a/'a ...... ...... ...... 1w.
.. Arrive
j'.' ) Leave 8.80 p. m. .Jack.on.W. ... I sop ...... ,..... a\lOs/A.,.,..jort Laudnniidex,. G ea. ...... ...... ..... 1
Well dried locust weigh 40.8 poonda excepting: : the queen herself, were all: II "d" l.tI p. m. .....,...;............ .....Pa1atk&............................ Leave.. 1.00 P;rap ......10 ..... ...... 4 ( / ......Lem.... 0IQ. : II ftfiln/, ..... ...... ... .1 I
1 4 to the oblo foot.Llgoewtiod riahmen-Lord Wolaeley, Lord Charles'' II '.00 a. m. .........'.. ... ..... .. A.tor... ................ ....... ..... 2.30W..s ......1e cep ...... .. .... 4 ............lLiaml......1......Ly. S'1Oa ...... ...... ......
., II f.80 .. m. .........................l1It. I'ranel................. .... .... 1.00 p. m
without knot and' well Bereaford and Lord Roberta .The lash' .. a. m. .... ..................... r BeJ'tllllord .. ...... ..... ... .... 1180 a. m. A. .aW.BBAN01L.J '
8.00 a. m..........................Blull spring. ........:n....... "' ,n.oo.. mArrive < Tral'll..1I2,8I.1lWId'1ll.bedall-. '
I dried welb.l411 pound to the cubic named/ a* be rode' by himself la'thel) l.ao.. m.............. ............. .Banlord ...:................. .. .. ", 9.00 a. au.II b .' o.' .1roT Tr.ls 908: bet..n- MIami rut
; 3; foot ,?m: : s I colonial prootaiaon on his famous grayi' 9.211 a. m. ...................... ....Enterprise.......................... 'a" 9.80. m ....New 8myr*....,Ar. t ISp Tl5P Pierce. daily. UOIIPl .,dAJ'P\IrOI
_ ......Lake Helen..rv.1.! 4 'l'raIa \ between \
,. walnut Arab-wearing the medal. bestowed ont Sip S6p JIII\I.
) Black I. I... than half the Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204,W. Bay St.. Jacksonvlll .Qran.. Clt3T..LiV. 39 IDp S a8p Mlamtdr: '. exeept Mondav'
w weight of a oorreaponding quantity of for services" in the field-met With ,...,0raog City.... br..I'lIp, 8 :I6J>> Train 4 and 78 south .oi 81 1tined.il
", a -reception : all along the :route *eoondonly.in exoe Bandar
ebony. enthusiasm to that bestowed 11110.L.HOWABD. aaperlntendent.; M. IKOVMOIIOBB: ,Jm.,ITa.Pas*.Act.
i' The bowi of the North 'American In. ; onthe Foot, Hog|(in St. 20 West; Bay St. .' -",, TI&e ,t.se
oaatral figure.-London Spectator. "JACKSONVILLE ILA. / .
j dlana. were nanally made from a apeole
d 1, :;;.. 1 .: '
1iA"," of Osage orange THBO. O.Baoiw,T.M., W. H.W.uutUBTOK.III.: P.A., H.H. CL-.>>_,A.T.X.WM. e '. '. 'BISCAYNE'! .. e et
i Mm .......... .
The beat rah wood weigh 88 pound 5 BOWUNp; GREEN, TTOBJC.V ''
S ounce when green to UM cable fool ADd so the old' man wa. *gathered, to I*appointed to Perform Bervloe a*fallorre:
hi fathers?" P. CLYDH a CO.,. o.ntwal AB .-.U, .
and 00 pound when dry.; "Well ;you could hardly call it gathered BowUniGrs.n.N.wVOrk.. 1* So. Delaw.A..P1aDade.pala. L,TS MtaJO 10:80 p. m. Wednetdar and Satmrdajra.., oonneotlnf with: Trail KWB3T

,Well dried rita. Iii said to be .m
-dynamite explosion yon know.'tDtrolt ,8:rt oo. m.Tuesday and Friday.. ,
among the heaviest of wood, weighing. News.W.fghing. Ooaneot.ua:..Miami. with Train 7$. fonvwtnf" monua.. ,
88.81 pound to the cubic foot." '

r4 t4 < Tree the bark of which ha been removed ... cn..._ Southern J.." > IhaflU, Ms'nS| AA1.L').Qea., PinS-

f Jk In the spring should never be4'ti's He-Would yon be mad if anybody.; ; -, wan,. : -. -, ... A.......... Dlla, '
f felled until the foliage die in the fall. should MO me kiss: yon? rr .

:e 1.1': Experienced:: : lumbermen CAD ascertain She-Is anybody: looking? JTp to I

y i, almoat.exactly the condition; a tree Dah :: -.RailWay. The Tropical Trunk 1( Lino 6

?,t ; t>:y striking it a heavy blow with an ax: teOLOTELY '

: 'and, judging by; the onnd.f FAITHFUL ,MEN OR THE SHORTEST' 'ROOTE.aISOveu .
Gammon rot la''wood, i* gaud by: ', WANTED to travel for responsible Jacksonville Tampa & Key West

( bad piling or exposure and the iof alii* established house In Florida. Salary ,7U.UUKAV DHAWXKO BOOR CABS DINING OAXOOAOHX8 \ ..; JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver._
t ble of this disease in wood 1780 and expenses.: : Position perman
,bl sign are ;yel- .
,l NORTHNo. -
I ent., Reference., Enclose "elf-addressed ... S'JIOBOVOJD'.A1UI: : VXSTXBTTZJECO: TRACTS. BOUTH -
; Jowlah patches on UM end of the piece m. Table Effect ...&. S.'eT. 71
ft tamped envelope. The National, Star No. 209 No. 91. No.2Ii.. N0 I
r ,or ;yellowish dust |n the crack. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. -........ Liar: -9411-P "12a Lv..J..CK80NVILLB..r 180 Sp

t Tbe strongest' known wood .I* said to NORTH EAST AND WEST.TWO ........ Mixed 1020p 186. ..:..........Oranp Park...... ...... 8112am I 16 P III
.t ..,.... t oaop 9Ma.a;.... ". ... .I'la..4.... e/0am foeP..
be lanoewood. It* teniilo strength per Orange. Grove and Residence ........ lKOdW'ri ... .......... ..... ..,.... .. .. .... ......,, 4
s' \ square inch i* 8,000 pound* tbat i* : ......... liolp 1006a :.t,. ....Orsen Cop Springl: ........ 800am II 48 pili ..
t for Sale. DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND ..%..... ...". ....... .... ,... : .. ... I
to gay that weight i* required to tear i A' fine and of ; THE EAST. .... II IlIIa 1213.10 1IIa. .:...... .Bo.oettwltlcoa.....,.... ... 6e0nm Sapn''1
a aaunder of It ind& grove garden property ....:... : l:1f' : ... 428amaP I'0.
? a piece one *qnare.- 1243p : 1118& ...... .. .8atauma........ ..
I fit Louis Globe-Democni. 1:1: acres, fronting on the Indian River and .Southwestern ..\ ... llfp 104.1126. ..., .... ......J'omona.\.. .. ...... flfam ,426..11I pap.
and extending back to the county road Wacklncton Limited. ........ 140p 110 a 11 Ism 1 .Cresoeut Clty.Jwaotlon...... 8118 am P.III
Cr'' I : M Sharpeabout 15 mile south 'of And the United .. ..... lI3/lp 219a 1I12a.! ............Seville............ ... afOam S 118
States Fut'MaI1.It, ........ ... IfspnN430p
!\ coop 996.1942. .. .... ...DeLeon 8pnnp....... .8Mam
ue.ease Zpo.s rttnsvllle-known aa the Brook place; ...... 1111. 121'lp. Olenwood ....... tM.m 819E a
'ti ".(Qoaaamer" iron, it I. stated .10 BOO bearing tree; good house four WASHIUGO ... ... &I&p 800. l1140p ...l...,..Beresford.........c". tall am UlJp' ..
; any U HOTJE3 ? ...:. 15 all ,..... Ar Lv ..........
P Itll9p
4 made at Swanaea.: ,Wale, only l'4,800g rooma and kitchen; servant house. and ... :; 480p ... 11110& L'f'} ...........uwD d ........,. (AI ........ ,80p.."
inch thick. The leaf of book: packing house. Price $4,600.00. OUT 27 HOUI13 JAOXSOHVILLB TO HEW: TOWC ....:..: 523p..1819p.... .....'..;..1CnWrpn.. ......... .:........ lUll 1.,
______ average a Apply to ........ ..... .. ........ a 03p.Ai ........TITC9VHJ........Lv t103ll' .....
ia 1..800, or 14 time a. thick.* We an1ot ':RoBBINS A G ,UIU.'Att ..... .. ..... ....., ...... .....( Paoli ....... ....
told what the iron i* need fcr.r' .- eolYssl ulsd nmfHmtiHvtMtm99W9ArwVmum9l.......Q.n ... 1ds1 nla. i........ ..:..... .... ... .......,.eorrentn.a...::. ...... ....:::::. 1116x.
,.. for owners tag Car threh wtthant eh**.* t* Waaklactosw 1IaI..... ........ .....,.. ....::.. 4 :aop ...........lK. Dora......... .......... "
,!' 9t American.Maohlniat. ,Tltnavllle. ,. lla. FhlUrtal-Jila.Haw Tart a xl u. ..... ................ ..lID. ...-p...'aM..,..a"aop. :8Ip fit.4r..8aDtord..L.............Tarare.............:Lr :.I...a..s alga 236.

........ .1'...... ..........AlCIIm ... spring:::.. ...... '
It .... .. .... ..",.I.ter Park.. "....
_ THROUGH PULLMAN ORAV INQ-ROOM SLEEPING CARl BETWEEN :: .:... 'b. a. Sep ..:,,,.:;:,.......OrIaDdo.. ,:.. .... 1217p lit 116ls'
:..,..:. :....:: ....... .,...Kle.lmm.e..............
CANDY JACKSON ILLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ ........ .. .... .....8..cow ........Lv 119f' .
r ...... .. 74041 4 :aop .....:...+:..LalrelaD4. ........... /4epm U., ....
... :..:.: 8tOa. .. r
Sep ;
,i CATHARTIC 'It.It' Through dleeplns Cars Dally J..ckMa.m. to :.., ... .:...... I lr..Yu.ta: 4lorda..Lv122bpm. lOlflllj:
r, ....,... .....::.. .111. 15 IIIIp ........:..;.......Tam ....I..L. $00Pm .
Cincinnati via. Asheville Through the ........ .....Tamptl Bay Hotel....... .. OIl...r
:..:...: .:...... 111II. /OOp4L' ........ .. ...,.... .'2ISPIlt .........
"[AND pP .THE SKY." .. .... >QLi...........PoriTam ..,._.,.Ar 9311p.'f1I. :
..:....: 7ce."BdFridi: : )'. a ...........K.y ",._ ..........L. l180p.-.. ... .
...... .. Wed alt" Bat. /uC ca:. .. ... .....Ka_. ; ......;..1.1' It 80
....e..a..1afeni&.... sas to ratm. ankedvdea. ......... ea*> v.asrwNs. M.. '
.q agse ell aM aesaasr ".-.-.. nr I its sn-inenHssia -.IF" e Dally t Dally except Bandar.. '
CURBCONS'TIPATION' Teat..1* and aa Carry ThrongD Pnllman Bvffe Rtoeplac Can.' at 1M J
'. Indian River steamers{new lwe leave TitoavllV; Monday* and TII RI ran.
; .. L.J.. BUTltaJr.Boilda. lass. A,t.. Sit Wane 97 s...... JaaksoavflH TJa. Cocoa, :RmktedREao OaUle lUlixmrne and i.Wrin.dlae.. point! oe yndms ..,

II.IO"'I./! ....:...... .X.H.OVII. .'; t. ''Y.J.. TUBI' to wla. law arrive'!'nt.1S at Tltale,Leekp: tJae1n.vnN Thursday and Saturday dwy e. _._:11.ennasesing_. Url with_ J.r.7 T.B.wthoJra*Jij w'j! ?> It-vdr_..__

1.;, ,_ "'" ea:. .... ... 1 de. oe.te 7se.baeg a.a.Br.pb.nM 6e si p. e._ 'Tessin' .

+' i 25c '- :' .. _. i: ; r-::: .. a.. ) ..:.,._. ... m.arri..uOakL.d4:01a.s.Lawo.hw719p.MTupaRPrl'Vg.St.P. b.rg to sea .p'm" _
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DItUGGiIB'I'S ._ ... ...,.1 1'0.1. \ ., .' : '" daisy exolpl I..1< r g. ). ACx -.r: ___
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UTTERS AND _PACERS. 11... Mwhml Tom* 1lTOw O7P':IiJM". :EEO-.L-.au.LaS';' iT
"- { ." yen caa Always recogniie the 'fin I II
o i iwSrtUy trotted*
1 ,- emits the musical tone. A'writer in .! ii n S-

t lit Direct. J:05 0, .to .reported The Etude says: Be It the singer, the Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table. Itl." ..NEW YORK.. '

B ebl e b pace clo e 1:10. violinist or pianist, be will atrh'e'to Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to 10 per week. .1 i .... If slc'l
for cavalry purpose produce a tone that will be perfect in .I t y
sold now In California for Its beginning. With the ringer the tone Proprietor.The .di-e-8lij WAVE.. DRtVOORT. MOUSE.
W..TO. .QU..I' It
III. .
must come in flowiugly, without any :i .s
fast work for thi seu- perceptible start-ushered in od the J ; "" t.'AMJ Tl aiM JCMt&SiWtf L
if p given her by Trainer Hickok at breath, aa it were. The;: player of a .g g i'lSi =

BKicutly: string instrument must carefully avoid Inn pit \ : \&&%* & $ te ts f*HL] I'CI
land noise ;* :i
Baron, Wilkes now Inshin's any scratchy apt to be mixed with Holly Daytona px "? S3r- VL flI"lull
meter, by the tone at the time the bow ill set up- t !
Is said to be one ofpent ,
stable, !
on the string. To avoid this the bow ,
trotters In the country must be in *$ ,
green easy motion before touching .J
Lady Sal8yearold Located on the beautiful Halifax 1
108 i Salisbury chestnut string making the tone slide in l .
.wftSft} ;
filly by and free from I ,
pure dryneao. The J
a the best trotter liv- any The moat pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city.HOWES 1 "
pianist in
2:06yj.is excepting
places where forqi- !
fora .','
ble attack is required, should let down : /&j. 0 ,. 'i'f1 .
by Alfonso, the hands easily, to avoid harsh ,'1' 2I N '
land, the bay gelding percussion i ,' tld.R t 41 SHClU.I A; J k
aMD e'
at Clove- and when series of \ ,! $ o.8 'e
matinee race to wagon a flowing Proprietor D t csscN111Ma ID $tMO awe Ao ., :r
JOOeDtl1. trottnhet mile Inn sounds in chords is to be played each I,If' ''j"JJ' '::Ii:I eatrtWtD liii r00N3Dle1b5 .i'

an chord, should be gently joined to the ___ h" ____..._.. ___ a ,- 'I'.Q... ,aluiwAM I' 'rk "
next; so that no new attack is m icisuesi I 101IXIItt,1t1I8I g' :3:
perceived, :
" the Kentucky horseman, 13! 1 .. >: ,I" '
Tbayer cuirutDlwah
imitating in this 'respect the voice as ,'. ..
colt in the
Id have a I'Ji"a- Dnsawoa+t of:
to Seminole Hotel I = '!-
much as the imperfections of the instrument 1
by BowLiner tsnsnuuls Il ,
-old; pacerB1BYndrewa permit l .t1 '; mrvtvlne.. Yl '.
may eatasaro w
1 ,
I \ ;i :r ) Iotna natalmeut.Malmeut f.f.'CI ,
Bert Van Evera at Mt. Ster- OPEN ALL THE TEA I T j
recently drove the bay mare Honiehold DreYltl_ ijii ; !
K7.3:19M, by Recorder, a mile inti Tea, coffee and spices should be keptin WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. wpealow --. sooutt "i ,
Itavlcn ranatts
I tightly closed tin or glass jars if the ih ro.lIoo" ,
Tills hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has evoryconvenience. Closo to
flavor is to be properly retained.A : a i9 E CHA.JA1MIS paOPF t "t .
Vermont mare Mabel W, :2:17 I ism the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from train Boats attached to the hotel, -r- ITC
ts (ringing tour a* reported but crib with hair' mattress and hair with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day ana i !i: I ;I !f
a a stable of B. Wesley, at Scrantp pillow is far better for a baby than a upwards; special rates by the week or month. 1 .;2JJe '. .' a
the cradle with feather. bed and pillow. ,GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor \..Ao -i; ] .&IoJ
lis that .AnaDlas. 3:13, by Hard water may be softened by adding k
probable ------- ---- ----- ----- ----------------- 'III'
borax: to it. This will also whiten 4'
tart for this
Ion,will make his flrit tr: I Invlt Attention to Complete. Stock of .
your my
ID at the Cleveland grand circuit the ture.clothe without .injuring their tex Spring and Summer Resorts, on ,the Hast Coast R'y;

g. of the All water' that i* to be used for drink -.4 HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-' /L ..
UHJ H. Briggs, proprietor t:
Mater stock farm, at,Omaha, has ing purposes should be boiled and cooled The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami 1 A, Key West Steamship t
? beside the ice instead of Glassware and Lanterns. All kinds of Bont Goods Stoves Tinware GranIteware
Dick Tilden ;'campaign a by being placed Lamps ; Line to Key West, ( .
dyed patting ice into the water. doors, sash and blinds, and Builders1 Hardware, water coolers, tee' cronin f'
slot from his farm. freezers. Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame; keroalne oil stoves, !pardon tools, KEY!: WEST-Hotel Key West, M and upward, special weekly and commercial {
Colonial silverware which the
irty.live head ,of, horses are inting quaint forms and simple, adornments copies of plows and harrows, paint and* oils, Fruit jar, and Jelly glasse,, poultry nettingand rates Open entire year, A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices:, bt. Augustine.. '
at Marchmonnt, near Part, barbed wire, C. B., KNOTT
our early silversmiths by modern
T in the hands of Douglass Thomas, methods I*deserving of the high appreciation Harrison Bros'.Readv Mixed Paints. General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. %
ji P. Hughes and, Ed Bedford. .
it i* receiving from all quarters. ". K*. .Please-Write'me for Prices. i wmotmn.* solicit a p.r. ; 1 1Fi5ohor'e
W. B. Brasfield of Lexington re-. When unfortunate enough to spill hot tlonlof your imtropnK*. ai Or answnrau i I .
drove Isaac with pacing roe: prices promptly. .
[of y I:28)$, a mile,In '1:24 at the kitchen grease upon table the, quickly top of a clean cold white water I I :arJ:. ,m. Ora'1r.ElBJE1.:: Cottago.C

ing gait.-Turf, Field and Farm., upon it and that will cool pour it at once. West Palm Beach', Flit.HOESEKERS..I. K

semen in*tbe vicinity of Down- This prevent the wood from absorbing Pa1ara. s-trao1i TItu..8'Vl.11
:: : : : :I1'1a.
ji, Pa., have organized a driving the wnioh then can be easily re- '
grease .
oiation and secured the Gardiner moved explains exchange. 1' Centrally located between both depot Airy rooms, good table,' pure drinking 4
:, where a meeting will be held the :: water. i?
Kate $ .OO the week month. A \
of this month. .. : per day; special rates by or 1
r part "
Br Reflection. '* CUR.' F. FISCHER ,Proprietor:
GOWN GOSSIP. She stood by the.sad sea wave and ) __A ________._,______ _-_____ __________ rIN

emlaettee and fronts,of thin e fabrics sighed. "It's too bad" she said. Who are Seeking;. a Home in the I' J., G. BAST:. '

I lace are worn.with Deul.all' dressy Then"These she amateur sighed again.are getting to be so r YAN RIVER 230TF.IL4;

men expert that we professional have very South should send to the undersigned
loong girl. are wearing wreath. of little show" she added. ,
Van around ,their' heads at parties Her business wa posing in the living / TITUSVILLE..

|entertainments. picture exhibitions, and it wall her first for a copy of the. Indian lilver.Fla. .
am i O'Shanter hats, of the finest straw day at a fashionable. seaside resort.-
[trimmed with rosettes of black vel- Chicago PostSOUTHERNERS .
[and a couple of black quills. Florida East Coast Homeseeker. -
J. O. BAST .
}mong the important revivals for .. jfrMAVAflKH. .
is grosgrain silk which I. to be '

[of the popular fabrics of the season ,.... M r '

here are but few women td whom I. VISITING NEW YORK CITY will We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for .__ Open Ail Tlie Year.
(ht red is becoming, buffer those find good accommodations, at reasonable Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest in the United State" t I
m it suits it is,the perfection, of prices, at 74 Clinton Place. ,- ,
One door from Fifth Avenue, and close Apply to Only'" few'minutes I i

[e.he effort to broaden tbe shoulders Is to Washington square. Very central. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, walk from Railway stations
Refer to editor of this
and Steamboat land..
eDt in the straight out epaulets,
9 shaped frills and outstanding. shonlpnffa. FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, r ii i I'' 'Ing.
On the banks of the
| ape dresses are very fashionable and The Swalina>loaeee. u ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ._w. ';-Ifa .famod Indian River.

|thought extremely elegant, especial- - --- ---' ------------------1
i'the finest grades of Japanese and ASHEVILLE, ;N. c. '

crape.the new garnitures are pat- THOUGH modest and', unobtrusive, ,
i sets of collar cuffs rim. and the there Is no better conducted hotel In CO. M. W. BATMAN
Asheville. The popularity of The SwannRDOa MANIER & LANE MUSIC ,Proprietor,.
jiof white kid elaborately wrought *
Hi :
fs due to Its unique location, ST.. AUGUTINE.'J'LA' .
i colored beads and metal threads'boulder home-like atmosphere, the excellence of '" .
capes! in the'extreme sum-' Its cuisine and its very moderate prices. New Vurnltur and fixture: tbroughont.ElMtrlo .
t styles are little more than very $:a.5O per day.. Liberal weekly rates./ ball In every room. Fronting the Old
cellars, made of Sieve Market and 1'1.... Overlopklng the. Bay,,,
pe They,are R. R. BAWLS, ,{s
with line OMan vlvw. All white h.lp. ''Raee. ,

mar cr materials other thin and or elaborately semitransparent. trim- Central, on street car line. Prop. Con oyer, Fischer, Kingsbury,; Franklin s, Sample'1.00 per room.day end-upward.. ,BixwUI. weekly. I rat"' .:

1 with jet and edging. ABBEVILLE, N. C., .

{tbe velvet costume' if. much liked I -
most well dressed women like" to PIANOS / ,

i one. To be .in most perfect styleis DO YOU WANT SOMETHING Travelers Hotel '{
[ made up.with satin collar cuffs, .
en t t with i and a sometimes turned over there collar.L is'.'an extra 'GOOD, AND CHEAP CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS.... *'
Bay Street '
Jacksonville Fla.
ityliab costume of blaok Japanese title will ;
An abstract showing perfect
pe has a plain skirt with shirred be, furnished to each purchaser of any Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. This hotel I is now under new management, and ha been. thoroughly. renovated.
see covering the lower half of the of the following lands In Brevard county: # -, throughout. .\.
The waist is gathered full and Right front on the north side of Main "and cAn
Bn meet all Trains Bath and
Write for Catalogues. pas door. room all ,
fcwn down rightsiextend .
at the back to the waist' street, Tltusvllle. Riparian Convenience on floor '
The front is loose on.either' side to the channel, and the City Wharf / COMPANY every j tea
the south side. ., OPEN ALL TILE '
I a drooping vest of fancy material extends along tbe lot on I I'If YEAR
lick Tew is York tucked inside of folded belt. the There bulkhead is a large of warehouse the City Wharf on the which lot at 94 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.. Rates:-American Plan, $3 to $2.00: ; European OOo to" 1. Special by the week.. '

Ledger. goes with the property, and city feet of Mrs. PIN LEY,, Proprietress:'
rentable property along the landing. -
STAGE GLINTS. Price of property: Including warehouse, '

['Jobe Ines" 'is> the title of Snder- : $2,000. S A :Hot.l Placid' '

D'. latest play. Four and a half acres of land In the Advertise in and Sttianee River Route. utaa4: ,
of southeast quarterof t.
31en HoDonongb's, new farce is en-. southeast quarter south s JACEONVILLE; rWRIDAI "
eel "The section 20, township 21, range e ,
.bel Marquise Michigan.' 85 east, at Mlms station, OB the J.ffitue.T. A Subscribe 'form '* -lt GEORGIA SOUTHERN FLORIDA In the center- of the city, on Main Street, tbe dividing line between east and west 25
Amber will play nest lesson K. W. R'y, toot miles north of OTY., To all Point North and oDe block from Bay. Everything entirely new."Elegantly furnished throughout.
"lead in "Tbe Wandering K1D treL" vllle. This ls In tbe western part of the i VI.PalatliaTiftoq Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meet all.traln. Terms tI.: .ftO per day; and
i Skinner has finished a new play Turnbull hammock and baa been all Northwest upward ,Special rate.b.the week. N. L, WARD;,Proprietor.
I i French theme, in the .Direotoire cleared ready to be set to orange tree DAILY DAYTONIAN : ,, Macon and Atlanta..
Price $260.The Low rates to all Summer Resorts; xeeptlonally -- -
Low Rate to Nashville, now _
malls Summerville..ha* been en- southeast quarter of the northwest .,Of Daytona, Fla. ::: on ale at following rate: 7W STANTON ,HOUSE.,
d'ei Angnstn* Piton for "Comber-' quarter of section 18, township 21, ,between8t. Tea day limit Tuesday and Thal'lktal ,
east 40 acre. One-balf, The .. U.80 -' r
south range 36 ; and Key West.'' :Fr m Palatka $14; .Jacksonville'$ :
ter 39 yen of busy atage life of this I la excellent hammock land and' Dally Augustine news despatches. Twenty day limit every day: '' D. J. JONES, Proprietor. i .
fa Bernbardt ball 111 roles, the other half 1* muck land. 1C I la situated Palatka, 19.23; Jacksonville, $17.60! I,.
which abe played within thi 4yquarter* of a mile oMlms nelal'lt-t local circulation, In Daytona October 31st, every day -
| ahn cnted 8. station and four mile north of and I*read In every town betweenSt. Palatka, $20.29:! ; Jacksonville, $21.011The Rates $L00 per da,. Special Terns (tit w
and Emma Bay are to hard a Titusvllle. A very desirable property. Augustine and Key West, on tbe Scenic Routs The Historic .
>..oonedYIlUI season with the warm Road passe through the property East Coast.Advertising. Battlefield Agate, Full information llO IJ ,Families ';
J le A. Hot Old Time." atati n. Price $:zoo. Sleeping car reservation, map, ate, ,
John E. rate I Subscription. I I ea...be obtained by writing or calling -
Kellerd ha* been engaged by I One $4; Six L (]eQ'J V
application. I year HUGH RicaABOnow. Aft.Jackonvlll
gua* I Piton the leading .OS TM, ST.' 1CCI BXVEB. on I Two Minutes Walk from Central
? originate ,-. I month*, $7.00.Address .. .,
"Cumberland 61." 4 section 82, township 37 south Depot
Let: O.
Social Thl tbeIJArrojiiAjr
Aristocrat" U the tiUe'of a to | acres M'
PJV by An Hoi*,.which' will range t bass.quarter of anmile front on the ,PCBIJ J3Q'Co. (Inc.), Wm.-C.'. SHAW,Vice-pest., ,OHATTANOOOA; TENN,
fitT few baodredfeet Oa.XHTAJrTEDiFAlTHrUL .
1 a Macon,
Performed j.*...Berlin. wtU oYwheWth., Florida East Daytona, Fla.

,Valleaa bw .I teW engaged. to Coast BTy crosses river. It has a i : : :ao'EJ: %: OOt'f'Oc.r.r:: :: .J
B4' .,.... ill Dice f roet and 1 I. excellent pineappleland. : MEN Oft .. .
W-,::, nsErsrsoo., Price $35 per acre. We win not -We have Just received toother supply VY women to travel for iMponslbls i f
a this lot. ."et 8'7 pas Dh4M c14 sbcp seed, .q"'n'' } Yoddt ( ,- ''FLORIDA. I 4
; P $14. >renal.oo eat L."i ,'. ..' which will be Etv.a away to aD ; .JwV1 &
ill : _( / I .Awl7 Of'8 &&he who will pleat a OIl th.East Carnal. CaD Elf.el.fw ..FSffitttlj tiaiirpy be/N Wi ltlitiatMsebfiaasH.tsiJ3t ,fie rlmprovwasstaNl,LooateaV eft:.pariffi** f; y
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( \ 1! 1 8" INDIA: 'RIVEB ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1887./,

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have visited Eau Gallie before and look : S. V.

Sebastian., ......J.--, forward to an enjoyable" winter., ROBBINS & GRAHAM ___L V-EJ't' = az cRROLL: : :

,<' from Seffner Engineer Payne has gone to Miami, to to sit Foaster.)
t Ja. A. Hudson returned take of the steamer Santa Lucia, .
tcV1 : charge ...La"" ryox. FRUITS &
Engineer/ Kitchell relieving him on the ,: Florida
Rev S."P. Cove held services twice at steamer ,Courtenay. Engineer Thompson ;;
I this place last Sunday. Is-on the steamer Hpartan. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery,Glass' and Tinware

_ _ Paul Kroegel building. rowboat for Postmistress Kennedy has purchased a UNITED STATES COURTS. .. Your. Patronage Solicited!
L. B. Dawson, of Narrows lot on Highland avenue, and will erect a 'rITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
suitable building to be used a* a post- "---
l1'' ", The tong Tom defeated the Cre fifteen office. ,The new location Is a good one

+ M .' .. Palmetto Drug Store minutes ten-mile, run, last Saturday. and the change will meet with the approval ABSTRACTS, of Title Furnished. :Ei L. :e D &:, ::S

Pompano' are beginning to borne*In, of a large majority"1 of' the"patrodsof for Lands la Sward and Dade .

and the fishermen are, keeplng\ close the office.. \ \ Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed,:Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries
IJ"L M. HU8TOX Prop.. No.8 Atlantic Blo k. watch Counties. I F I
;:'" !. Arthur Kroeget has just launched ,the Won the.,Itace.". And Food Products\ of all kinds.. Grain, Hay Bran,Cotton Seed Moal
: Louise, and has started to carry the mail Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing ,
F : again." At the first day of tbeLincoln, Park the,above, line of goods We Invite your correspondence and IOIlCltyourp eaduslra: ,

I : ..' DRUGS, ,Medicines,. Chemicals, (Murray Hall 'bas. several hands at ((England) Noember'lmCetlng) ," which Woe have a ,large List Very truly; E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltuaville
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took place on Monday Mr. Croker'sthreeyearold
( ,#> :Fine Toilet'Soapt, Brushes; Combs?, work on his bean farm, building' fences, bay filly Georglana won 'of ,Lands, owned by

: I!, Eto.. Perfumery and'Fancy Toilet' planting Atka Newlan, etc. returned home from theNarrows the was named Cbeltows after'plate., Geor This lana, race on Indian horse ourselves' and clients. :irma, : : = :JN'S: : 1..J.a-c A OE....

'' ': Articles in Great Vailety.: ,Monday on the Widow, with River by, Mr.- Croker, .who was here Protect Your l
+ time' Price for unimproved rope
Capt. Stanley.W. some .ago.
t14 i f tF r Physicians Prescriptions. Accurately < : BY'INSURING" IN the "Old Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Provider '
l 9 l Compounded. C. Braddock bas the frame up and Coal ,lands $3 to $100petactea Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the utmnnL.
is now putting the aiding on his, largetwostory ; Florida (Railway. .. / safest companies. In America. GEO.,B. RTJMPH JR., lronBe"( '

III t .. residence., -.:.' ---'\..' ., Agent for East Coast,
,: Col. 8.; Fonlks was A pleasant ',.visitor LAND D'EPABTMKKT.- : )1 --""- Tltustllle, Florid,
PINEAPPLE PLANTS.Fancy here this week. We are always glad '
; .A to see the jolly ColoneL, St.: Augustine Fla.f Nov. 8,: 97. J WE have a few Residence, Orange

ir + Jas. Morrow and family, 'of ,Crescent Mr.Northwestern F. Malmstedt: Soliciting has been Agent appointed for theI Grove and',, Pineapple ,Properties1 tn desirable G. 'CARY-ELWES, ,

t*: I Pineapple Slips & Suck- City, have located here. Mr.' Morrow Land Department, with headquarters at locations. Prices Reasonable., "
ere for Sale. will go Into the merchandise business.W. No. 155 Washington street Chicago, III. FIRE &, LIFE-INSURANCE.
Butler are.. In effect this date. ---,--
y 'IIh :E. Futoh and W B. out ,. .
6 ,+r ,' :,' i r Abbakas, Egu-;: ,Queen Golden on a hunting trip. 'Mr. Butler succeededIn 'J. E. IsreBAiiAM, 'TITUSVILLE the A London A Globe
iii ) ql1een. Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and' killing two bears.a short time sgo. Approved, : Land Com. OFFICIIS I 1 aDd MIAMI.MILtINjY.. Representing Liverpool' : Insurance Company and
q ;, d ..iI' ,Ked Spanish. Apply, to, ; that be baa J. R.PAKBOTT; ". i Mutual Life Insurance! Company, of New York.
MADDOCK A MAT-TRAMS, Mr Harde.tllnforms us Vice-President.
4! M1 t "Palm Beach Plne-ry! '" so many scholars that be has bad to add -Your Business Solicited. '
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jI v +. West Palm Beach, Fla. more seats. There are about thirty-five' New Engines. : TITUSVILLE FLOKIDi.
scholars the roll. {
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1 : The'railroad company has several oar- The Florida 'East Coast'Railway Co. II
,I Fancy Pineapple_ Plants. loads of shell on the siding at this place has received three fine new engines,each "
t Is ti .. r to be placed around the depot, OD' the weighing M tons. They' are equipped and DRESSMAKING. Lesley c4c Motlotnv '
without shelter :
l 'i t Hardy, vigorous, grown .' modern conveniences
A 1 streets: etc. Let the good work go on. with all and will
'4 fi : ,' smooth-leaved Cayenne,' Abbakand be used this winter for heavy
1 ii '} Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. The Epwortb League will give a social > passengerservice.
.I S : An" ADVPOATK reporter a few (Successors to LOSLEY; RENAKER CO.)
Nh < E. C.,' B. TYWDALI., at the Palm house next Saturday even 'days noticed one! of them In action

_' I?'i Ii.I. 'WBveland, Fla.. ,' In/ranged/{. A'good and everybody programme has invited been ar-to:. at St.ago Augustine, and they certainly are Foreign and' Domestic Braids of 'Wines* Brandies, Rums, Gins and flhj||
credit to the management of the F. E.
Y, it ",r, 4 Porto Rico Slips. attend. There :will be plenty of. cake. C. Railway. W .han.ee fast trains on S_, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout -----
\ .... and ice cream. I .
: the above line the ooml season... .
\, \ 'i V,, Grown under cover. Apply for prices ,., First-class; Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Tab)

',.;! "' to the Delaney Porto Rico ,Pineapple LaGrange.: Notice., Family and hotel trade Is solicited.,. Prompt and careful attention gives to Jnrdurs.

riantatlon. Mlooo, Fla., Cash must accompany your order., LOSLEY: MOTLOW TUmvlUt,))
,) I I John Henry was visiting friends ,Sun I deem It expedient ti>'call attention of

i .''fI!' Smooth Cayenne, Pineapple the public to tbe fact that tbe law .

II, :LA w'! Suckers. BMM for Sale.' day.M.. A. Stewart contemplates. :moving other against nets catching, except mullet cast nets with, takes seines effect and Le: R. Ijm: <:: e....:
his to Titue lJe
family : .. 16th, Inst..' ,and continues to '
Monday .
G "' I have pineapple 25,000 to suckers 50,000 for Smooth sale;Cayenne all,, Uncle Shad .has the finest prospect. for December 31st. .- --:--]::r Will keep constantly on. ;hand'a Full Supply ef :::[-

,1 I 1J A'' ,, home grown, and strictly first clans; I a seedling grove of anyone. It Is my duty to enforce tie'law, and I I
.. '\ k .100 per 1000J cheaper than any other. ,,E. L.. and W. K. Brown mean to perform my duty., All personstaken ';
Brady are will be arrested 'CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE
,!, ,.", reliable firm will fruit from their In the act at once c LUMBER
1' sell.GEO.. B.. WBIGHT groves. '_ and all persons against whom I shall be Mall orders solicited.. Satisfaction. ,
,. Orlando, 11'1,; Green Coats looks Ilka 'he had JOlt able to procure Information for unlawful guaranteed .
f something' since be sold his, mule' S fishing will be promptly reported. to theProsecuting ., lDro&&ed anCL: Ro'uBh.:

t'T'4 ke'ro't! of This. .orange J. S. crop Coat, some has finished of which+/shipping sold as highs his Attorney.Joa. F. BROWN, Sheriff., Mrs.' Helen Titusvllle W., Fla.Reynolds, Also Mouldings" and Turned Wod, ;; Brick, Lime, C 0

94.00 box. ,
I, For safe a comfortable home, situated per ;y ,I and Crates of All, Descriptions.
I R.; R. Chaudoin and T. A. Johnson '
t ..n the Halifax River, at Port Orange; THE MELBOURNE '
Y f\ large and nicely laid out grounds; five !. have some beans 'ready to bloom since East Coast Meat Market T1.'tu.S-v1.11o: ,,. Io
I ,Riles south of Daytona. House Is large the recent heavy r lul. I
and completely furnished, with three T. Johnson to work HARDWARE STORE i '
A. out
expects,, Q. F.,DUREN JAMES PBITCHABD, President W. BC.. BBOWS Vice-President
Agent ;
acres of land surrounding I It, planted In A. .
the of Col. .
l property A. Degrauw, originally ;i. 'e" s C: S. CashMer,
p,4 .a variety of fruit, trees-orange, grape the Coats,place. :S'I Sohuyler,
4 etc. Fine locality for fishing and hunt- CD c::> '

) r "Ing. For further MBS.particulars VUIM.AUMH. address,' wifeand/family John Coward, of from Salt Lake N< rth, expects: Carolina his Hardware, Furniture, Crockery I:s :::!-. INDIAN vI I RIYER. 'STATE nAN

, *t Daytona. FI,. next week. His grove looking well.: Undertaking. P3
t' .. A. ''Johnson 'asd children ,
.r. Mrs. T. are = (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
looking as though their trip was a bene- .- .
t 1 For Bal ., fit, but !nay there Is no place like home. We make'you the following nut CASH ==: Authorized capital, $100,
prices on Hand and .Horse: Implements,
Eighty acres of food land, located about The young folks had a croquet partyon and carry same constantly,la stock: ,caa: i Paid up, capital, $26,1
p ,' d four miles east 0 on the east the grounds adjoining the Pioneer Comb'n : Average deposits, $150,1
Hoe m
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bore of Indian River, comprising ten Cooperage on the full moon: all ,had a Planet Tire-fly 11'Single-wheel. n ,. 4.60. a:: : ewe : .
acres 'of fine hammock suitable for big time.:, .. r. double" ,a, I.. 8.00 '
General Ba
orange and vegetable growing, and fifty No.4 Planet jr. Seed Drill,. ,- 7.00 Y'Titusville Transacts a ,
The J. I.Caae-Keeler urill 900t
v acres of rich muck land adapted. to tbe It .. 41 t. .1 ',4. II t 12: .00 -. -, Florida.
t' r, cultivation of sugar cane or vegetables. 'f Eau Gallie.Mrs. Planet Jr.Hone.. Harrow and Cultivator 5.40 t Business.
There are one hundred"-budded orange _, it Hoe ", 't, T.OOtr r 1-
"trees on tbe place and three or four hun M. L. Payne left last Saturday, to : Also a full line of Repairs In Stock.' '! l Largest and Oldest Bank on till$

dred banana plants; also small dwelling visit friends in Jacksonville.Rev. FEE &.STEWART, Barber. Shop' I .
house. For sale at the low figure: of $000. S. F. cove will preach at,the Exchange sold on all Foreign Coro0et|
M, This offer Is only good for 00,days.' Ad- Baptist church next, Sunday, 'morningand ., Melbourne, Fla. "

.dress, KLONDIKE' !? evening. I :Call at the above place,and get your : IM&ECTOB9tjAS.PBrrOHAKOW.B.BARMSTtrwlSJ(

." care ADVOCATE, Miss M. G. Gilbert bas purchased! :the of tha National Bank| ot J...ukson !';IDiritRaB
TItusvIlle Fla., lot adjoining tbe Bennett place, on ,Eau DenisShea.- Hair Cat Stave Shampoo (Vioe-tt Bldent National"lJaokaonville
Gallie river., l a ... ), and W M. Baows.

; FOR first class shoemaking and repairing The condition of Mrs. John Hodgsonis or'Tonsprial woek of'all,grinds done by j Natlbnal CORBYBPONDERT8.Seaboard Bank of: Nit- I,*J
still critical, requiring the utmost care Ul..
call on J. A. Daugbtery, Washington H. s. MEADORProp. national Bank of>Jaok oii
," ,avenue. Tltusrllle, Fla. Shoes made and attention. from ......
p to,order In fine style.Announcement., ., Mrs..' Landon and party of Conants, lIen'sOlothing Washington ave., Titusvllle, Flo. 1''Ir.rUSVIT!,, FI.--A..
i III., arrived Tuesdayknd are occupying,
one of the Gilbert cottages., a

Geo. ,W..'Maokenele,'of Canaveral and Merchant Tailors: I .. IT IS'ALL '
-- Daytona, passed through here, Thur.day : Globe Gas Engines OVER,-::::

I By special arrangement made with tbe en route to the latter place.' Oar Inventory Sale II closed and most of our old dock Is gone. We we '
Outdoors Publishing Company, of New Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. Treutler left' last \ before you with a New.c Firm and a:.New Stock, oft Goods.
:4; York, the proprietor of the ADVOCATE, Monday, for Jacksonville, to enjoy the No..429... Broome! St., And a largely Increased stock of
p will, for the low price of$3.00: send the festivities during the gala week. 'NEW'";.YORK. Stationary and Marine.
I''' ADvocATE: and the monthly Illustrated J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was In town one Corner Crosby St. I' ., Hardware We
magailne "Outdoors for' one year. evening-this. week bringing his wheel t Tinware ,Graniteware! Oil and
This Is an exceptional opportunity and : ,The Sail Reliable'and Economical ,
with him for a spin over to barno .

liould delay, as be this taken special advantage offer will of hold without good ,Messrs. Gardner Hardee, of Rookledge/ JOSEPH ZAPF:.... '/:/ Power (for Business and STOVES, PAINTS, OILS, Etc.

lor a short time only. To those who already and John Henry of 'Tltu vllJe, were ,WHOLESALE: DEALER '
friends here last : Pleason Boats f Our business Lumber everything In
receive the ADVOOATK the shaking hands with and Hardware,' and we have
acne,, "Outdoors," will be sent for mass 75cents. Friday. J An nser-B sc Brewing Ass'n'Famous lines at lowest spot cash figures. O. F.'PAI>DISON *Gallie<<0.,PI
Make all remittances to Chas. A Thanksgiving'eve entertainment at Aniilliary Power and

H. Walton, Titusvllle, ,Florida. the casino Is contemplated, for which St Louis Lager.; Beer; .

ti some of our local talent are noyr rehears Sold by Losley A Renaker;':Tttusvllle. Stationary' ,, Use FOR SALE. :Home-Grown

4 ing.Geo. Manufacturer of Soda and MineralWaters. __
r Democratic Executive Com
F. Paddlson, Is |'n Jacksonville Dealer. For Catalogues and prices,
Wholesale Liquor
I :, .\ mittee. '. this week Mrs. Paddlson and the baby -. Address PINEAPPLE SUCKERS
i, being on a visit to Melbourne during his SANFORD, .. FLORIDA .... BENJ. W. JEROME, = SLIPS AND .

S There"will be a) meeting of the Demo- absence. Rockledge, Fla, Of the, following Varieties :tIDhaka :
eratlo Executive Committee at the courthouse Rev. H.M. Prince gave an interesting All communications for this paper -
) ,TItusvIlle on the fourth Tuesday discourse on "Missions and Missionaries should be addressed ''Tan: ADVOCATE:, For Sale.i i, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen Golden Quern RIpley Queen, S
last Insure Immediate ,
Sun. This will
at the Baptist church, Tltnsvllle, Fla. .. -
In November (Nov. 2.'at:!) 2 p. m., toconsider Power houee-boat'buokeye1 M-ft long
day evening. attention. *\ Cajenas Pam Jnlueo) aid Rod Spanish.
the new primary law and any 23-ft beam;two decks: ; well >Jouad, and ,
ether business that before the The Misses Dart Kenrfedy, Mapes and
may come In A No-1 condition bottom coppered. PlneappleCO
; Apply b O. C. 'Florida
Board., A full Board Is requested and a Mrs., Smith visited Cocoa within the TTirANTED, FAITHFUL. MEN OR .. (For price, address *. MATTHAMS.. West palm De*
pleasant time expected. past week, to receive dental, attention YV women to travel for responsible ,BCNJ.: W. JEROME: :, ,
t By order of from Dr. Daniels. established house la Florida.'' Salary Rockledge, Fla.
: TOM Joui'soN, ch'rm'n. Miss Vlrgllene Carroll of Malabar, $780 and expenses.' ''Position perman .
LaGrange, Fla., Oct. }8, '07. was pleasant visitor here last Fnday ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed Co
and Saturday, doing a little book canvassing stamped envelope. The National, Star VT' If you need any Job RrUtlng, we United States Twine & Net ]
en passant.Mrs. Insurance Bldg. Chicago. shall be pleased to get a share.f It.

No Yellow Fever In Florida. Chas. Weller (net> Mill NellieSt. .
Clair) New pork, arri.ed'her.. 23 Fulton St.. New York N. Y.
In several. In the last, bringing her son, to
reply to persons Tuesday young Headquarters
." I181'th. who are anxious to learn sorae- spend the winter In Florida Hardware Tinware Glassware for Kinds. of

IbIDg about the much-adtertlsed 'Tel- The yacht, ]Maud! of Rockledge, Capt.Caoova .
Sy,, low Fever ia the South," we beg to Inform came down last Friday, for a ,
J them that THERE IS NO YELLOW load of lumber. The Maud is one of the -- FISH NETS and all.

,, ,, t FEVER IN FLORIDA, neither largest and prettiest yachts on the; river.. Woodeniare: Stoics 'and .Novelties Knifes ..
has there been a single case la Florida The launch Eau Gallie brought Dr. -
['l j sMxla summer. Our northern friends need Hnghlett down from Cocoa last Mondaymorning
a lave no fear: about,coming to the Land to attend J. H. D. Smith, who -Forks Spoons Etcte FIXINGS G
i 0 a* Flowers.ty la dangerously from a sever bilious ,, NET

attack. v ..
Reading. notice ads. on this' When la Jacksonville do not fall to give. us, a call, M wa keep"one ot the biggest D4fiue
pager and Mrs. :Wilson Miss B. J. BL4
Mr. Wm AU our Cottoll GUI "EAGLE
+ above In the an made of the Celebrated
r t five cent per line.per week. lines of the goods city.; -vP.
s Wilson and Master A. M. Wilson', of ,_! l' .. Chicago IlL, arrived last, Sata !cottages .' A, ''RENEKE, (Suocasaor J. U Pltaar.) LIlON GILL NETS of the bed thread obtaiDabJe.. "
DEED blanks lOo. each; ".OOertoo, at will occupy one of the Gilbert ,, Extra quality steam tarred Cotton Llne& Patent sue *
i the ADVOCATE office..' f until next II.,. Mr. and Mrs., Wilson 333 Everett -Block ,JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA. tarred llaoIlA Rope; Oiled Clothing oars flanging.eta,eto. Write for price"

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