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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079909:00105
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of.Blcjtles and Sundries FINE LINE TOYS Anthony Bros., CELLULOID GOODS for Christmas XMAS CARDS, CALENDARS etc HOTEL NcrES.
send to Ft-'Vf. BEKBS St. Augustine West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros., West Palm Beach. Anthony Bros., West Palm Beach.Mr. -,

Teplctl of Qeneraifonteregt.hu Fla.SPECIAL WUBRW' to stop. See list of hotels on
our 7th
APPLES, ORANGES AND BANANAS; ,Thursday next It Thanksgiving Day. K. B.! Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, page
Oeneral'G Mlp b. connection SALE shirt waists and neck. a fresh lot at Grubor A Orlggs. was In town\ a day or so this week. @ We have some fine views of our
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......,...Bar. lake Worth dl .. wear( today. COo waists, SOo. G. A W. -Mr. J. D. Crabb,. of Coooa, was, in 'are East Coast hotels, etc., which will be
Hallfes Rivera Sq West town a}day or so this week.' '-Mr. and Mrs. 3f E. Ingraham forwarded to any part of Canada, or the
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-Take note of G. F. Paddison CO.'Inew expected: : to return to St. Augustine to

Points alODIf the United States receipt of a two-cent
important -Commodore and Mrs. T. D. Hughes, upon l
other .
t mention of -Mr. Geo. F. Faddlson, of Eau Gallic, ad. on our 8th page. morrow.
Brief to
Coat of Florid in town of New York city are now located at stamp pay postage
tins B..en*. front Various P rU was Monday.Mr. -Mr. G. J. Zehnbauer, claim agent of Miami.) -Mr. T. A Whltnker, Armonr A Co's. 'Manager Cllley, after ao absence of

World I About People Ton Know Andrew Feaster left here on the F. E. C. R'y., was In town from -Nearly twenty passengers; went well-known representative, was In' towna some months, Is now' looking after, things r
people Ton Don'* ,Know- picked i Wednesday for Cocoa. Tuesday until Wednesday, when he left south on the steamer St. Augustine. last short while yesterday, en route south. atj Hotel Key West with renewed vigor. }

,Our Society Editor and a large.taU, Circuit Court convenes at Tltusvllle for Ormond. ::, '-Mr, and Mrs J.V.. Merrill of Many noticeable are being

foiwpondentt Mattered along the on Monday next, before Judge John D. "'-Hr Grant G. Springer and family plgbt.Tbe members of St. Gabriel's Guild Kansas City passed through here, yesterday made at' Motel Improvements AloaitAr St. Augustine \

Covet of FloridaIf Broome.r have returned from their northern visit will meet at the residence of Mrs Br F. en route to their winter home at which will add to the comfort of

of -There seems to be plenty of deer in to St. Augustine; and now Mr. Springer Brown this \Friday) afternoon. Tropic.Mr. the gU 8t.... *
receive a sample copy Is
you H !. Vi Intimation that the market, at present, and hunters are a very happy man. -'Mr.C.' L. Ives and family, of Grand Barry Watton of Clifton, was The Holly Inn, Daytona,. Is 'ready to ; ?
DVOOATK,us pleasure to add yourto having a good time. -The steam yacht Caiman; owned by Rapids,' Mloh., will again spend the l In town a couple of days this week- attending receive truants. Manager, Howe will
,
uld give several boxes
our fast-Increasing list of sub- -Mr. Geo.:B. Rumph jr., Is now, sojourning Mr. Pierre Lorlllard Is expected at doW'b New winter at Eau UalH, where they arrived to the shipping business of matters. give all a glad welcome who aril .' at
and other
Smyrna shortly. She will cruise of ;
,-. It does not cost you three at Miami, where he holds a position Indian River this season., ,last night.Mrl oranges his popular hostelry.
Included) when in the office of Mr. L. C. Oliver. -Mr. Henry J. Egger came'up' to
week (postage
Wm. M. Brown left here Tnes
per CoastHotel
Knott of tho East
C. B.
be sent ton hand this for the of taking Supt. ,
and It can -From various letters to at town yesterday
by the year, for Miami to attend to duties con- furpu..e south .
Quito a number of northern people day, : Systent lies been oma'trIp ,
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of the United States or.:: office from northern residents, ,It seemsto his wile and family c Miami
any part the effect that nected with the Bank of Bay Biscayne, In the Interests of his hotels this ''week.
are writing us to they
: all left the ?
land Should whtoh same
extra us that a good deal of for place I they
]without expense. start for and returned to Titusvllle\ yesterday. Khotti does allow the to
are on their way, or about to change hands the coming season. day to make their future home Mr. not grass a
the East Coast. _On our 4th will be found the grow under his feet,
**- Capt and Mrs.: T. XL Richards of page; Gen'l. Pass Agent G. D. Aokerly, t
# -We are still giving away free, to- Eden went to Ormond Wednesday to new ad.of the Melville Drug Co., Jack. Gen'L Auditor J. E. Starko' and lien I. Mr. J. O"S'Tlmberlako.tbe new manager t
: bacoo seed with full instructions for attend, the Methodist church sonville. If you have any palmetto Freight Agent Wood of the J..T. A K':: of Hotel Indian River,. Roekledge ? 1
T conferences berries to dispose of, it will pay you to has been of days In k
growing. Call or .end. Postage on that Is being held there this week: W. Ry., boarded tho steamer St.. Augustine spending a couple ;,
seed and Instructions, three cents write the above firm.Weacknowledge. at Tltnsvllle, last night, for the Jacksonville this week. Mr. Timber-, 9lt t +
VERA '-Rev. E. V. Blackman who has been ; bookof lake was seen last night by an ArnKooATK'
-Senator Henry Galllard, of St. Augustlne '= receipt'of .a purpose of making a ,trip down Indian 3l
Fob, hotel ,
his
AitD afternoon attending, the Methodist and Epworth sketches of Charlotte N. C., from River, reporter and stated that while
.arrived here yesterday
League conferences at St. Augustine; returned of Us well ..nowntoWD.men. would not be formally opened until January rI I
C. Eooles one
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and boarded the steamer St.: to Miami on Wednesday night.Mr. Mr.- The book Is neatly gotten Vice-president J. R. Parrott and he would be prepared to entertainall
Augustine for a trip down Indian River very I Titus- ''
R. T. Goil passed through who
came to Rockhwlge on
Charlotte off to the Supt guests
and shows
L. R.Decker left here Tuesday,
acuLR. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor of -advantage. vile' yesterday on an Inspection of the and after Dec. 15th.'Thanksgiving .
for Miami, where be has gone to erect a best- Mr. Pnrrott's private
F. E. O. Rallwav.
Grand Rapids Mich., passed through '
3IAN here, Monday last .en route to Rock. pavilion for a northern gentleman. He -Hon. O.; D. Malcolm, Q. O., hag been car was drawn by one of the new Mogul H
ledge where they will spend 'the winter expects to be away about two weeks appointed by the British government to passenger engines, which weighs about Entertainment.

pCpTE TEM aa heretofore. "' -Dr. G. F. Johnson and Miss Reta the position of Chief Justice of the Baham. 65 tons. ,, ,
arrived In .... Ho has been connected, with 'Tbanklfr .
Johnson of Sussex, Canada -Mr. E. A. Waddell who'has been An appropriate lnlf pro
LUE C -Miss Bessie Smith who has been town Tuesday and are stopping A"the the colonial government for 4:1.: years, several months with ..bls gramme will be given, at the Tltusvllla
spending a few days in Jacksonville with Indian River hotel. They will spaiid the and has an excellent record. 'It spending brother-one of the largest ,commission publlo school house Wednesday afternoon .,,
Mrs.\ Clarkson returned to Rockledgeon Indian River. We know. Nov. :84th. A cordial Invitation to ;
had had winter on Smiling;; faces were seen 'around theTitusville merchants In Warner St. New, York, ,
she a
ii Saturday last visit., saying ledge a pleasant call. depot of the J., T. A K. W. will probablyeturn to Miami to-day. be present Is extended" to all patrons and

R very enjoyable Advertising undoubtedly takes away R'y., at this place Tuesday morning; H. has been on a short visit to his orange friends of the school. v'

_-Mr. and.. Mrs Jas. Holmes n____ ___ _and__,_family the business from those who do not advertise Mr.,Barnett: having'arrived .in ,the pay grove at Aroadie.Mr dos
alter spending me summer very pleasantly and gives It to those who do; apd oar,and distributed quite*a lot 01 gout and Mrs F.. O. Williams, who Million ot'.Oootll..
ALLIt at Ashevllle,' N...O., have returnedto those who have succeeded best, growing among the employes ot the company married at Eden On the 10th Inlt.. -

their three home moths at Jensen., They were day by day have been those who have Capt. A. W. Bale has been appoint. returned were from their honey moon trip'on !'rof, J. M. LBill'n. 'of. New' York,' Is',
t ,away been the most persistent advertisers In superintendent of the Indian RiverA Wednesday evening, and are now snugly having considerable sport at' present.
and Mrs. Jas. '''MoFarlane areNUEKITo -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ballantlne of and out of season.-Press and Printer. Bay''' Biscayne Inland Navigation Co., ensconced, at the Indian River hotel Tltusvllle. He has killed quite. number of ducks," '

at home at Palm Beach. Somerville N. J., arrived at Sharpes Capt. A. W. Bule has been In Jack with offices at Tltusvllle. The prevail. Mrs.. Williams Informed us that; and on Tuesday he killed thirty coota.
ire Wm. Jarvis New Friday afternoon last, to spend the winter sonville a couple of days this week making ing schedule of theabove company's while she enjoyed her visit to Charleston Tho professor tails us thai there' are {
paid .Smyrna
It to Cocoa as usual. Mr. Ballantlne is quite a arrangements for-the winter schedule service will be found on our find:! page. S. C. ., much, she is glad to be millions of coots on the east. able of In- r u k
on Sunday, 'returning hunter and many a deer is laid low bya the Indian back Indian River to inhale the 'Tltuavlllef
day. of the steamers owned by Savannah has raised all fever quarantine on dlan River, nearly opposite b
bullet from his rifle. River A Bay Bisoayne Inland NavigationCo. and quarantine officer has health-giving osone wafted across from more than he has seen In many years >1
few white' folks took advantof Tltus- every the Atlantic ocean. Mr. and Mrs.Vll- .. .. .. .
Pery ,, -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKeown and ., which are now running from been ordered In. Railroad"schedules p'
the excursion to, New *. left for Eden yesterday afternoon,
cheap Mrs. E. A. Kelley of Chagrin: Falls, O., villa e have been renewed. No trouble now for Hams Steamer Cunaveral. t1
'
here to-morrow
rna on last.r. but expect to return ;
Sunday Saturday last, '' to to Indian
arrived at New Smyrna, "Send me your newsy pink paper northern residents1 come I
E. P. Branch of the Melbourne to spend the.winter. Mr. McKeown Is regularly for I appreciate the good work River. Medical certificates are not neededat The steamer ''Canaveral owned by
i Bank was a passenger on Wednesi quite a hunter and amateur fisherman, you are doing I note from the ADVo- Savannah. Plenty of Syrup. the members of Canaveral Club' has had t

i northbound train. and we hope to hear good reports of his CATE that steamboats are again running .-The. regular meeting of the Town -' considerable hIteratlona'made' to her

Mr. it 0.. SCrlmgeour has been 1m- prowess the coming season. on Indian Rive'. Will be down with a Council was held In the Council chamber Maj. II. J. Tlflln. of Montreal Can. machinery, this lW son.' F.nglneerJ. T.

ng the appearance of his property -Mrs. Merritt Douglass and her little party of friends In January. 'Thos. J. on Tuesday evening. The bonds of the who owns an ostrich farm orange apd Hood has had everything placed In flrst- t
uttlng up extra fences daughter Lillian of Haverford, Pa., Williams, Philadelphia." town treasurer and collector were read, lemon groves stud considerable land at class running order,, and the Canaveral r "
her mother Mrs. Mary of taken thereon. After the arrived here Monday on his Is now ready to make her usual winter o
accompanied by -Mr.: I. Mercadsnte, Importer foreign but no action Courtenay, '
Mrs. A, V. Winans has returned Estrees and nieces, the Misses Mabel and1I'logle and domestic! fruits, etaj of'Beaver usual routine business ac! been 'attend. way to the Utter place. He has quite a trips between". Tltusvllle and Canaveral ,,

i New York to St. Augustine' where Hoffman. of Philadelphia; also street, New York:, who has been on a ed to the Board adjourned. number of sores of sugar cane under cultivation club-house.: s'
Mil spend the winter. Mr. J. Olterly,-' paned'''through here, trip to'Dade county'In the interests of -MaoJ' Indian Rlverltes1' are pleased from which he says that be ,,1.

t Subscriber, your attention Is drawn Saturday t, en route to Rockledge .to his business stopped off at Tltusvllle to see Capt. J. H. Smith in command of will probably I get 800) barrels of syrup A Te.t'; ,Case.
I the the winter.., He our this season He bal brought a sugar '
name-and-date slip pasted upon spend Tuesday en route home. gave the sUsmer.St. Augustine. Capt. Smith -
difficulty
lur paper'or wrapper. If yon are In -The Johnson Law Co., electrical office a pleasant call while In tow'. !1Dahlo Is well-known 'steamboat commander, bane mill with him the so will have. no The case of,r tHe State of Florida' "..,, j

ears, please remit. ... and mechanical engineers, 'Jacksonville Rumor says that Capt. Rose both In Jacksonville and QO the St. Johns In extracting: : jnloe.At Jess Tucker- for catohlnlr"milne, on

toogressman J. Capehart,'. who has -advertising' on our 5th page. All has sold out his fine pineapple plantation river, where he ran a steamer for many ;, Nov." Jtitu, after the Fulfer Fish! Law ,
e| quite a record In this section as a live firms who have Anything to sell and all his Interests at Riviera, on i 1ea.... The St. Augustine runs between The Methodlst Church.i had gone Into effect, was heard: before' 't Y a
r, arrived at Sharpes, Monday toId should advertise their wares Our columns Lake Worth, to Mr:: H., M. Flagler. We Tltus, .llle and St. Lucie River. 5. Judge Wednesday last- ,Mr.dflo. ,
the are open to all classes of adver; understand Captain and Lady Cecelia -Two deer came up to town by express : : Sunday school at'10:00 M. Bobbins,'for the defendant,.demurred .
Next Sunday:- '
Christmas Is drawing near so In the south of the Information filed In the' i
residing to
tisers. Rose are now for Judge M. H.
Wednesday 11 KM
|A office Is in ot erection by Rev Penney at :
new course time. a. m., preaching
ads published I In the ground that the law ,
ease on
*John Slmonson's property to be get your France. Jones, who purchased them from Capt. a. m., Junior league at :8:30:: p. m., ;unconstitutional firstly .and
I In connection! with the L. R. backer -Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Miller arrived In -Mrs John Sewell, of Miami, has Schoonmaker, of Cocoa. They were i i Kpworth league at 3:00{) p. m. At; 7 Mt p. was that the ,law ,had secondly not peels'om
"r yard at this place. town Monday from .'New York.V Mrs. been spending a week or so in Daytona taken to the judge's fine place at Sunbeam m. League Missionary praise service, the ground defendant was notfishing E
Miller has been in Canada for several with her parents Mr. and Mrs J.' C. where they will prove quite an consisting of many good hymns and anthems Infringed, because and the
(President Geo. F. Miles, after niak1 months past, while Mr. Miller left for Keller. we regret tot-learn that Miss Interesting addition to' his collection of with other proper exercises and for mullet but without pompano Intention, on k '

an Inspection of the work done on the north some weeks ago to attend to Fairfax Keller has been quite ill, In consequence animals,,birds, etc. ,,ftMrJ ,' the maiden effort of the new octette, mullet were caught the able
1
Jupiter-Juno canal; returned to St. business matters In connection with the of which she had to go to St. and Mrs. Geo.. D. Balm" andr.mllYt will have a !good and edifying season. his part.of Mr After Bobbins Hearing the judge argue overruled 1

lustlne last Friday evening. tannin extract company at this place: Augustine to be treated by Dr. Wurley.DJ' of St. Johns, New Brunswick, All are Invited to come and bring some mans the demurrer, on the ground that a"ta
and to return home with his wife. They P. R. Bennett accompanied Miss Tuesday. Mr. Bain missionary money DR. BEST.:
bristmas is drawing near and manyur arrived In town on case Involving such Important Issue
came by way of the Clyde steamer as far Keller, and we hope to hear .of her In Tltusvllle. and I Is) '
down the Inferior court
-1er residents are. on Clare Miller is owns some property : could not be decided In an ,
fa for any kind of present our marts as Jacksonville. Miss'Montreal Can. speedy recovery. also Interested In pineapple' culture at Our New Treasurer. and the case, together with that of the '
school In ,
may have to dispose of. What attending -Mrs' :' M. L. doleman, mother of Mr. Jensen., Mr. Bain has rented the cottage State of Florida vs.' Fred Hornsby, -will''' p
lour Tltusvllle merchants going toT -In a letter from H. A. Wall! Cbes. Roswell Coleman, of Wyokoff, N. J., arrived formerly occupied by Mr. L. C. be brought up In Circuit Court,' befor,
for sale? Let them speak out in nut street Philadelphia he says: "I am In town Friday last, for the purpose Oliver, and he and his family will" re, On Friday last Brevard 'County;Com- Judge Broome which convenes next,
through the columns. of the-ADVo- much pleased to read the notices In the of spending the winter, as ,usual. main all the winter mlsslonsrs held speclaljiesslon at the Monday. "

g. ADVOCATE stating that there. has not She was accompanied by. Mrs.IM.'' E. .-Xr" Will E. Kno: : started" In the i Court-bouse, Titnsviue. me object: of
been a single case of yellow fever inDlorlda Renion, of Ramsey, N. J., mother 01Hi'll. (Friday) In Gruber the meeting was to Inquire Into the stability '
Mr F. A. Mann, a well-known and the past summer. This Coleman who will also meat business today<< of the bondsmen of our new county Eau Gallic. ,
during Roswell .
nlnent A GrijMrs' store, on Washington avenue, '
newspaper man. of Daytona, and I am sure your East abode with her daughterthis treasurer Mr. John Henry The mat 1.. .. ',
her
Is good news, take up Inform the residents of Tltns- r' NJ'
I purchased the News and b to
St.
: ego
Ifh he will be assisted Augustine In publishing Coast hotels will be well patronized the winter. We are glad to see the vllle and vicinity that he Is prepared to ter sifted aUM.uel.and said the members to have been of thoroughly the Board Sheriff! Brown was In town 'Tuesday h.,

I bright and energetic daughter coming,' !season. Success to your pink above ladles In town again. supply' them with fresh moat.oblcken., accepted, the bond offered, saying it was serving jUlI110troe.. ', '

Mann writer also of merit. papor. -We beg to call the attention of our eggs; and fish, of a quality and price that the best of any heretofore offered by any A second little ,girl came to the family '-
[tor has tha e best wishes of the Major St. Clair Abrams, Jackson readers all over the state to the new will be sure to please.A large refriger.ator county 'official. The 'boad was) forth* of E. r. Hatch last Saturday
CATB for success In his new journ- ville's popular and wall known'criminal ad. of the Southern Fuel and Supply Co. hs* been built by :Mr. C. W. Crabb of $18,000.! The bondsmen, whose
tic> nture.. lawyer, was the guest of the Indian River of Jacksonville, on our 8th page of this especially for this business, and will 'be |sum names are as follows? W. V. Richards, ,The delinquent tax list (town) is posted ,
until Tuesday, and Immense stocked ,with the choice' viands above in the po.toftloe' and other conspicuous
from Monday This firm has on hand an A. A.Taylor .
hotel Issue. C.. E- Graves, John HcAIII.tert, '
apts. A. Bravo, of the steamer he to town a coal coke brick mentioned. 1t,111 be a great convenience places.
the dicky birds say came supply of wood, J. M. Sanders, U. B. Holmes
Waitlw plying between Miami and week too early, thinking It was> court lime, cement, eta, which theytoffem" ,, for our people to be able to will Ret and 8., f. 'Travis,'n are well-known. anJ"solid" Mr.. and )I..... Wm. Treutler returnedlast ,
a passenger on Monday'shbouDd week However the genial Major Is sl-: rock-bottom prices; and having ,just their fish of which a fresh supply men of Cocoa, Eden, Eau UallU, Friday from Jacksonville,, very well. +;
train. his Instead of
He was on way visitor to Tltusvllle\ stock of coal of the'Alabama be on hand every morning
a welcome the Beach. Mr. Henry who with tbelr trip. ,
llmlngton Ways) purchased and Melbourne pleased
DeL, to bring the steam- and we-hope to see him here on Monday Coal A Commercial Co., the largest; having to go down to the dock See will serve out the nnexplred: : 'term of ., v1
ltv
of Key West down to Miami for to be in attendance at the Fall coal dealer In the state they are better Mr. Knox's! advt. on 8th page. Feaster he will make The steamer Spartan made the Coort-
next ,
ex-Treasurer says
P winter :
season, and was accompanieda of Circuit Court, over which Judge prepared than ever to cater to the wantsof keep the County' Commissioners nay's. run to Cocoa Thursday, the tet .rl
Term It .
cted ere" for her. Capt. Bravo said he Joss D. Broome so ably presides. our readers throughout Florida In BASTING COTTON' 3c. Men's hose &o. a polnfcto posted, from time to time, a* to ters boiler,being again out' oa order. %
to return .ill the course of a of their bu.I...... Do 15o and 2Oc. Gardner A W. his U'rand'Un. Sohuyler *
fcPle of weeks !* .4 every department! Matting the amount of money la possession : O. d. G. o
Yacht; For Sale. not fall to write or call upon them for belonging to the county, although the Nathan, on Banana' river 'were hMonday ero

RESs WAGONS 'velocipedes, doll -1- prices. w 9* Fine Property For Sale. law do not compel him to present fleas In their, sailboat. Mrs.Sohisy.r
sloop yacht A statements to the I oard. ler Is la very poor health. EMr.
1Kes. auxiliary
the
Anthony Bros West Palm sale
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*ch. Jupiter For the finest cruising boat now In Send :ITqpr Clothes .The Hector Island property, a beautiful .< < and Mrs. C. 1.. ''Ives, 'of Grand

the South; 41ft. long, draft 3ft, 10) place at Melbourne, Florida, Is for B'ee,1111 'Wanted. Rapid, Mien., and Mr. and Mrs. ,Jolla
Bookkeeping. h. p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); barn To the Hllditch Steam Laundry, Jacksonville ... .. This Is a very desirable place The ,- W. Merrill, of Kansas City Mo., are expected -' ,
with running will be pleased with second to none on Indian River *"*
cabin and stateroom and yon to arrive In Eats Gsllle today'.
K thorough in large silver linen and everything result. B. B. PTLS, agent, property comprise a hotel, 'dwelling. Bond particulars and price at once to
the
of Instruction Yawl
PMteepIng coarse water. now In commission. Tltn.vlllla. house, store and steamboat wharf; also Asox H. RUSSKLL: ., ,Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hart, of Pineda, ._
given by mall by an ex- complete; .
accountant will sell for$1,500: cash. a mall Taogerlo.orattge grove' banana : Akron. Ohio. were visiting frUnds In town yesterday.: ?
of fifteen years' pracUI Worth $3,000; and.. other fruits, with rare ehrabbery, Ie Mrs. Hart arrived hut Saturday from ,
D. Huema,
xparleiace.. F,
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'II Terms moderate. Address, West Palm Beach, Fla. Pineapple Plantation for Sale' lawn koala ground and artesiafl well I lengthy visit' toYa&.Mlch. her former home" ;at ;
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all comparatively Sailboat :Wanted '
JaobonvW.'lth The smlMlogs are .

Bud for Sale. i One of the .most desirable and best paw, 'and the grounds are elegantly. Improved. .' > Suitable tot cruising; on Indian River. Swrvtoe" win be held at the'St. John's' ) R "'
Grapefruit OoodtermswApply
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targe r!
River
Indian ; at .10:31.
paying plane* oa fun Episcopal chords next Sunday
Bones Wanted.ve J. B. Tsnurr Cabin eatboat preferred. State particulars .
for to owner, "
furnished' ready Brown of.fiofatlr.gThe
bode, one boos, completely Sootbold Y and prio* to a. m. and' .. .... Archdsaeon ,
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Five hundred grapefruit immediate oecapaaoy. Call on or address '_ 'ohnreh edifice will
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'k lliYiUe JOur boa.,J'erUJbeao and Corn themJack I yea sac old tree,*$30.' ,per 100.B..Also A. Hjutsxm budded. jla, or-.. < .lO..rf- DZLAmt. Xlcoo, n.. or Or/.'.to. T.Mriroa Hooo 0., Jones Melbourne, TitasvUle-Via.,,.Ha.;,', Can ADTOCATB SAILBOAT, TltusvjU, ,)l7rI ,.. housed tor the first time. .. f1 ;tl 3

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1 /I, f ; \ writer t fit a leading magazine, s JIf. "
1 T > IEALTI ll.* yhi i11e1 danger of A : 'q.'gnoI1 : Crooery. ,
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FLORIDA'Sda E' slgwl nt4od Jl?wt made the prophecy that,In 300 years from ...

Those Dre'adfulS Sots NEss: est\a igloo pouch I v g B wi j& ItII" 'n d." ? 0 world will know.only three, land J I '

: f. : 'I _., lore.;Jpeopfe I ate; I lnji.r >d '11'9.1:11: eating now Abe tad Chinese.I H. A..' HENRY, Propriet
too
Cpluiof ea will be spoken allover Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
I' They Continued to Sprawl In /An'Zelgapprattry1. Rural' The English language

'' Treatment but Now They are 'Itound-Smallest Death Kate. North and South America, In Aus

IN''; y'' +'' u' ,'" r HoeJsd-A! ',Wonderful Work. Florida can-conscientiously) claim the -B".odJ' says Bo., t alia.India, Africa, New Zealand and ***{ STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES* .

Ii t' \\ been a great, healthful climate In the world. Th Inlands of Australia and the Pacific.
? "For'many year Ihave most Cascareto Candy.. Cathartic, the most wonderful the
Write or call for our Cash Price List which
,
will}
sufferer with, varlbose vein oft one of my winter climate Is admired by every one mudlcal illiu-oserv of the age pleasant Tbe RUsslan tongue will have conquered pleaee

:; ra i limbs. My foot and llinb became dread- who knows anything about it, anT: our and and positively rerrfftlunff ofkvlnoys.' to the liver taste anil, act bowels gently, all Europe, except Great Britain, and all 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets a JACKSONVILLE, 'LA.

L i .' .' tally wollen. When I stood np I could summer climate Is still. more delightful cleansing the entire system, dl. "|vcl voids, Asia, except; India. Chinese will hold Telephone No. 266.

; ; teal the blood funning down the rein ol States which is compiled cur headaulie, fOI.e..t'ahILul1l..nnllt.I"atlon' | the rest of the,world.If .
It i kit The United census, and biHoiinnBHK., Pleasn buy enl try a box sway over
I accidentally my
i + : j ; I 'this limb. One day broke through a house to house canvas, of U. C. O. to-day: t 10, 2ft\, (M)cent. Mold: and .
foot against some object and a sore tho 'deatbi guaranteed to cure by,ail druHglats.Announcement.! I the hair bad' made to grow a R
and and family reports
every
which continued to spread was thousands
out bald heads In
color on
.. i1: : ... exceedingly painfuL I' concluded I from all causes, for 1800, glyas .Florid; I of natural cases, by using Hall's Hair Renewer, HARRY MASON

; needed a blood purifier and I began taking 10.110 a list of 20 northern and soutben i ., why will 1 It not in your case f (

?.' Hood's''SarwuiiftrUla. In a abort; time states east of the Mississippi/ river. -' + 'u J .
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.of {.! : ''-"' 'those dreadful'sore*' which 1 had caused The death rate of Florida in' 1800) .wa By special arrangement made with the The assessed I aggregate'real and per
l i ;" 1 rl :.a : much suftorlngr, began tonbeaL I This 'Is Outdoors Publishing Company r'of New prob- Jobbers In Fin Imported
re will
., me so 10.1 and In 1880 was 9.S. In Florida now
6 : sonal
,111 I r ,r 1 I; ",.. ;.a"h!) with Hood's Sarsaparllla York, the proprietor of,.the 'ADVOOATE, property b B. MASON A CO.
l ; faithfully Florida
kept on that has 2,000
.consider She
1 1 4 'y:. s' markable when will, for the low price of $2.00send the ably reach 100000000., W Street,
Bay
; t \' "' ,\ and In a nUort! time'my limb wee Is a health resort, anf the vast IJtmberof ADVOCATE and!the monthly, \Illustrated miles of railway, and 3,000 miles of navi Liquors and '

1;. ;. ,, '(: '' ". ,,, ; completely healed and the sores gave mtno Invalids that come here for the winter: ma azlne "Outdoors'r for one year. gable'waterways.. Her coast line on the J .CKBONVtLLJ!:. Cigars, IGrade I
t I cannot be too thankful .
\, more pain. an'exceptional and
opportunity
s I", be This Is reaches .
mortality'and a I.
1 ? wonderful vork Hood's Borsaparllla -, only, must add to our of 'without Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico .
( x for,the should be taken 'advantage
11
4 A. E. reported ''to the' census enumerator. 'distanced, 1,400 miles.! Whiskies
I v ,, baa done for me. :Mas. delay, as this special offer.will hold good Etc
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it' h .:,, GIUK>, Hartland. galn; a large portion of our settlers for a short time only. To those who al- 1.1 i. i ...... ,
:', ';, Vermont.Sarsa- eome here sick, as they cannot ]vein) i a ready receive the ADVOCATE the magazine To Car Constipation .0. lOo tea
; Candy Cathartic. or
75 Take Caooarets
t "Outdoors, will be sent for ---
; S parllla cold climate.. 'Every climate .seems to cents., 'Make all remittances' Chas.H. If C. O.0. fall, to cure,druggist refund money. Whiskies-Imported and Domestic i Southern Belle Rock and:ftye...............from 11.10BrandleDomeRtl
; .. and and ,.., ... .. '
best suited to sustain.lifeThe ppl peach.blackberry peach honey .from :
a I s Ia the best-In tact the One True Blood Purifier.Mood's produce food Walton, Tltusvllle, Florida.s : communications for this paper Oin -Holland, Old Tom: etc.................................I.t ..... ,.......'....."...from.1.,u CJ CJ I
'1' ,p,I ';: ;, Esqulma.ux'will' the fat of All ADVOCATE, Rum .**.!.<.....*.> .'444 .**(.*..... .....1'...... .... ..........t.....**.(..*.*....*..'.tram ndt"!:
ill T
sureall liver Ills. 21 cent*. should be addressed RE Catawba, Muscatel Claret etc., from..j.,......,.... !,
y'' :< "", I h:"J Pills' bears,and the' blubber .of walrus and moo.Ton s Bowels With Oaaearats.Onnrty Tltusvllle, Fla." This will insure Im- Wines-Port Clarets-Finest Sherry Brands."......,..h.......... ....r.......*..,............ ....ffoJiilaJI'
s ear ? \\r'."': ...- whales. <* Cathartic, cure constipation forever. mediate attention. Bottled lle r..i.. ...........j.....,..v..V..r ..... ..... ... .......,........ ,...fromti. w
la .1 J'y (.<,, ," a In K northern states they' 'tlle( oats, lOo,Z6o.! It C.C.O.fall,druggists refund money. nrrAll other Fine Brands at equally Low Frlces.
our
I Ii '.' T1TUSVILM3 FISHERMEN. Jags and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so'requested, without
MEN OR ,
wheat, corn, potatoes, poultry, beef,, FAITHFUL when returned.
'rN1 ., g, ( rye .WANTED responsible tra cost. Money refunded for "empties. Express Compel
for
l a mutton and pork, vegetables, ,fruit, and Democratic! Executive: : Com to travel. Florida. Salary not take liquor C. O. IX'' Send money with order to save delay and trouble
\ Important In
Meeting. house
h \ established "
: J berries. But bore Florida we do not mittee. Position Send for Price List, or call npon MASON & CO.,
permanent.
,\\h,., ;r' : 'meetJDg} of the fishermen was. held need, so much''meat, but we haveat, $780. and Reference.expenses Enclose self-addressed 301, 307, 809, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FU.

x41'' (Iti\\ It' In Geo. W, !Scoble'; fish bouse*at Titus: abundance.(too much) of beef, pork and There will be a meeting of'the Democratic stamped envelope. The National, Star"

;1 ,7,::,.... 'vllle,, on Saturday/: morning, Nov..13th. poultry, and our waters teem with fish,,, Executive Committee at the courthouse Insurance Bldg., Chicago. .
al P yt : The meetln .' was called !to:'order'! ''by turtles and oysters, and our soil will Tltusvllle, on the fourth TuesdayIn I F. M. BURST, Treaw
; ; At; ; I ., to 'I" .
) November(Nov. 23)), at 2 p.m., f
Charle PUIllpnen, ''who' proposed abundantly of 'rice ,,
a Wl l,. Mr., produce sugar-cane consider the new primary 'law and any ALEX NKAB. ERNEST TAYLOR. FLORIDAMiCHINE:
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'::1': l \ "'. that chairman secretary and. treasurer pears, grapes peaches, pineapples,, other business that may come before tbe WORE

i i''' j, ,'", I 'be appointed. oranges, lemons, limes and all Board. A full Board Is requested and a NEAR & 'TAYLOR,
tropic
i "I Mr. W,'' A. Farmer 'IV.1 appointed fruits, with the bananas and pleasant time expected. ,, '

'! ;I\\ ',' ,ebalrman, whereupon be addressed the plantain, and every berry and vegetable By order. of ,(Successors to John Mo-Ilatef.: ) '' IRON an(| BRASS CASTINGS.
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If little effort.Iniuetrial TOM: JoiursoN'ch'rm'n.
: use a
\\. required we

''I ;'(!'n-JI .c.-r,., I |,Morgan:meeting,be and made proposed secretary that thereof Mr. F., :and< A; Florida.' LaGrange, Fla., Oct. 18, '07. Artesian Well Contractors, General, Repairing ,Pronfptlv: : '& Accurately Dot.


I 9 t' ,be was ''unanimously eleoted., Upon Catarrh .... ft
k r ; To Cure Pineapple, Orange and Lemon EAU CALL1E. FLA. Iron Building Columns, 01.. ______ ,Shafting, Pulleys, Bang(
motion Mr. Charles Pblllpsen was nom. : .
;:: :; "snuffsInhalint.. ....-
i tlp Inted., and unanimously' elected treasurer. Do not depend upon .Catarrh Is Land For Sale, Cheap. "A' !! and Boxes In Stall
t other local applications. a
d'G .
ir >r Sash Weights I aD ra.., -J'' (
Mr. Geo. M. Rob ', counsel for and be sun II JACKSOHYILLE DIRECTORY. '
.i,. \ : ', tonstltutional disease can Saw Mandrel. of all $

.r 1.l' f' ;,, ;r,J the fishermen, was' preseot during the sessf ully treated only by Hood's means of a conititutlonal 1 have for sale .80 acres of\pineappleland v _. Bars a Specialty. )I ..... .
Sarsapa- Furnished.
:r .. ,, proceedings.. ,. remedy like on St. Lucie river, a few miles below WHOLESALE PROVISIONS. a
41 illa which thoroughly ,purifies the ..
of the meeting was to de- Eden of which being'northeast: 'D. Hammond Co. 234 W. Bay. ,
t. :,, The object blood and removes tbe sorofulods taints ,40 The G. Kxx..X.S.:
1 lft'l vi i "'II 'eidei, the'advisability of the, fishermen which cause catarrh..l'The great number quarter of northeast quarter of section S'C'G.EL. .

.' "r!jl I: w' 'teetingthevalidity'of,: the Fuller 'Fish of testimonials from those who have 18, township 38, south of range .41 east; MUSIO HOUSE Telephone 102. ,Office and Shops atEnd| of Viaduct In Blvenl

I d; ', .'. taw ''andf the question,having,been put been cured.of catarrh by. Hood's Sarsaarillar the other f 4O. III the northeast quarterof Manlerytt Lane Music Co., 24 E.: Bay. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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t ? II > prove the,, unequalled' power southeast quarter of section 8, t I '. '
,; : i, ', .' ,to the meeting,- .Mr,, Geo. M, .Bobbins his medicine to conquer his dl eale. If township 88, south oi range 41 east. l -
:, lkV' FURNITURE.
; ,f' ", a'wsi'Instruoted; to ,"take. ,the matter In troll led with catarrh give; Hood's Barlaparllla .- ,The above land can be bought for $10 Main{ '

1'y, ,." ;band., ** a fair trial at once.' per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple N, CbiadwlS.SaID Furniture Co., 119 o :a.6.: .' :8tq: !: cSc CO ,

It ''wallunanlmoull\, decided that'Ifthe ; lemon or lime growing. ,
L /, ." HASTY EATING. Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for, DRUGS.A. DEALERS!: ,IN, h.-: ..; "
should be
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i :4.i ., ,yerdlct, of tbe: cOl1rtl of mullet, during 4 '* cash. This land will soon be worth $50' P Fries & Co., 129 E Bay. Pln.e W12101st: a: ::LCI. X: tc01'AIt : :

!, 1 ", ;:, agalost the. catching per acre. .
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,' ;1 the close season, namely, from November In America we find a tendency to burry Apply to C. '41. Walton, ADVOCATE: BUILDERS' MATERIAL. &17, a 410 ;W. Bay_St,
15th"to December 31st, Incidental) toI In doing everything. Competition office; or to Robbins & ''Graham, Titus H'DW ARE, r 'l :{J' .
.j. :.:" end rash characterize'our city'life'espe- vllle A, .tf Claude L'Engle, Bridge & Bay. JACKSONVILLE, '. FL
the. catohlDg of bottom flab, then all t, .
r"
I ''on'.I. Indian'', River 'must.be faIIv., and accustomed to such ways of RICH WIDonornate good, rid I
t f ; the mliuki
thy
stopped bottom fls' doing business, we,are equally hasty: 1 h M buying tour poor win beam t
much no ::
ED.d.l.an.E1.L'V'er.
in wi aa eating. /. Take, a 'Trite: on_: "J ::, : : : S, Li. 'WI cheap. It it not. It baa a Duty',t
1 ho.caught withou mo effect the system, >
can 4 greeable upon
nor. pompano ww D -:::;::
t whetherwith 'a foui Too rapid eating may bring upon u. good wine u really not eipentln
; mullet, ,
Ilcatching' give you that pulled-Wgethw
s l mesh. very serious conditions. Our food is the J I ,atlsflea feeling..
six-Inch !
,I'' ', T inch or a ?
of North
ETWe make a Speclaltj:
\ ,During the meeting''the question 'of source of strength-mental and physical, 0 -k line Mountain Dew Cora whl keyil

\\l f\" the more careful watdhtng, of the )Inlet and if' not properly digested, the health! .y yean Parties old hiving In gallon.Dry Towns wffl

was brought up, In order t ,well to order from UB all u we cu
order
,Illegal fishing,.; and t. was .decided that eating prevents 'thorough ,masticationthe ; ; them VT BO Always per cent.end on money with e
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.. the prosecuting attorney, Mr. D. IQaulde'n .. food is not well mixed with the .al. .tM. \>"::. WewlU not open new reference account 0
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1 ire which digests, cooked as a s suitable Jacksonville
ba, requested, td'.!apply'to the sttrph; NAVIGATION COMPANY. No Goods lent C.O.D.to DryTcn
l *.- I County(Jotnmlsaldners for a warden,who result the food is not properly :dlgesteon INDIAN RIVER 4:. BAY BISCATNE INLAND /"MII'', lit, apt\ .' .Brewer Agent and for Bottlers Indlanopolli,indlaiupalu! Brewln,,

; overworks other organs. The food, '. of the above Line leaves Tltusvilla every Hondi ....
shall be placed at> the inlets, to enforce The steamer St. Augustine Wild Brandy 14.50 per
Cherry
c AlEuesell
;" 'the law in conjunction"with''' the sheriff: not' being"pulverized,' falls 'also to mix: and Thursday at 5 p. m., and rejurolng, arri ea. at Tltusvllle Thursday and Satu Hercules Malt Tonio, 13.20.per case j Clayton

.' well'with the other digestive fiul s. day, connecting+wlth I the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West trains in both directions r =
f)h The following extract waa road from;: 1\ *
y : at Tltusvllle Indian River, Fla.
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'/., ,', letter received from Col. J. J.Brlce, All food; after passing through tbe "

:J\ ,:,' 17.'S.;''Commissioner of' Fish::and\Flshei.. mouth, contains germs'which cause the .1' THE PAINT STORE

1 I '' food to spoil,' unless1,they are killed by;
1:1' \' : lea: ,"The ,opinion ,may be expressed, .
the hydrochloric acid of thej stomach, j: ;
6 : ,, :' however, that if ''the.Gondl tlODS tare; aa. A
t 9*<'
The former bloating and belching .
"I r you state; great; destruction; and 'wast and the latter cause Is absorbed fever ... THIHG.' PAPERS
causing
\ 'of mallet must; necesAarUyIoow, ]] .the : d ROOFING AND ,,SHE ,
nausea drodslneaa'and
:: ''' enforcement.of,the law In I liberal! plc- It continued,
: : I f\ ",, ; \ ;' results In' and in
sotn
: 'visions, for, by permitting the' use 01 constipation.., ,

,r'r y":.,), !. nets set primarily for other fish{ in whlol oases, .Bright's" disease and other,"I''' mal, Walla p e

'v' 1'1' \',,: 'mullet may also, be caught, ,'It will, of adles. tr ., .
'Care should be taken to eat
Great
course be impossible,for the fisherraei
'y" r Water Paint.
1
t Ou.tside Cold
Mb i to prevent the capture of l e quantl
) \. more
i< ties of mullet which are abundant ? S ra,

".y 'f I tn Indian River than all the other flsheicombined. +. rr "I. E. BAIRD; *&. CO... I

!iy\"f'" l' If the mullet thus taken 0 K

A; cannot be landed but have to be returnee 112 West Bay A Laura Sts.. -e a JACKSONVILLE ,

51 .. to the water in a dead or dying con'dltion ANY SIZE.: No place for bugs to bide, 14 'and Room Mouldings.
{! ''J.. LIGHT STRONG! DURABLE... Paint< Oils, Glass, Varnishes,
'' ] double loss 1 will ensue, whfclcould or dirt and dust to collect.
:i.i.A> ,-i-'I! a -,

;\l : th% law not was have formulated.been contemplated". when Hotel Boarding house Hospital &, ,Boat Outfit! JACKSOITTII.U: S..t-1' .

A.W AND PLANING MILLS,
t : ''Several other' more or less Important A SPECIALTY, We can, and will, save you money.' Get our prices and llee PHlatka, alas z. Bay at., root of C

i. ,. questions were dlsouued, and the meeting I mF- Traveler Hotel.. DIXIE COT & SPRING CO.;

J adjourned subject to the call of r I the : COMPANY
sick man 'is like a Jacksonville, Fla ''tILSON CYPRESS ,
,chairman.,, I'F...A, MonOAK., who rocs up in a <
; } 'I,W- .Secretary.I He is blown .
r. \ '
and thither :\\ of
wI by Manufacturers -
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1117,1)( ", : I of Heaiw.!
\ Potatoes Etc.
Peas .
I t. 'WIHSTKD, FL .., OcU'' 10 .'07.-I have traveler by rail or Beans and LatU

(>>/ .,..).f. ;,':,. 1. been afflicted! with Chronic dysentery He has U a reuona.rcrnlai *- Cypress Lumber Shingles; ,
-
received ,
aDd
"tl i ". since the i war never any of reaching '
; : r"I I lasting benefit until commenced,, using destination BEANS-GBKSX POD: Earliest Valentine, Early Kohawk.. Imp. Refugee; Refugee mouldlnga' hi
'i.,: l ,Uood's Sarsaparilla. I have no wordi ,f S but the balloonist la at; ..1000 to 1; Best of all, per bushel $2.1 lSo.= A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling, siding,

p t. to express the ''esteem :In which I''' hold the mercy of totally BEANS-WAX Poo: Imp. Golden Wax, Black ,Wax, WardweU'a"- Kidney Wax., lath and picket always on hand, thus assuring prompt ahipmentaouldings

this medicine., f I &. J. N. Dllly.llood's ., ucertata elements. No track no course. Detroit Wax Rust-proof Golden Wax, per bushel $3.00. of all patterns a. specialty. '
k no rudder, no certainty that any breeze may Introduce business the Kasi uw. \110
't low prices intended to my on and
i These specially
are come
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'" not bring; destruction. When at home,'write us for.prices;; when np oar way,,,.
.
t' cathartic order this advertisement. Write
_ 'r, : Pills,are the favorite ,So with the Melt 10... HU disorderedtonAtitnt1eu Coast, and are only good when is accompanied by J Vy" ,
hl YA renders every natural operation For Market Gardeners' Wholesale Prices, or use Henderson's Tborbnm's Bnlsts'Landreth's ,,
1_ j k - do ifs work. The stomach will :
normal :
v
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\). ,. ,, '"I ,- sot digest food; the liver will not Blur bil- $'T' All my seeds. are thoroughly, tested before I send them out. fi.: : :ilmtsoj

-:':;a. hO ONCE!: :; ARIZONA, "Nov.. 1207.n' loue Miaon from the blood; Ute kids. K. BARRS Seedsman ,
BURTON ,
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'I I.lad skia will.suitexcrete the wa te. ,-Norefular
', Edtior Indian River Advocate t I nourishing or purifying. process" Urolngon. .Jacksonville.,Fla;., Wholessle.nd RetailLIQUOR

I" Dear Sir-I, wish you' would,, send A ., There Is no certainty except. the ,y a sg
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of
:etta ty suflcrlnr. -
: copy of the ItroiAR RTVKB ADVOCATZ: la all dyapepde, billona.'deMHtated 'cowlitiona .

"r' .' : f have become ,much interested,In = ,.what erratic is,operations...ded U to of change the the system ehlorsnat. o 'J<;"GEORCf MARS: ; ; "r..1.v.... ty "lP, ht9n. tui.M ep:,. OILfLRX.11VIR VINE ,& MERC

Florida, and If I ,were foot-loose, would Ito a natural, regular, straightforward pro .BROS.
'come there ..right ,'away, but ,..1 have a re...ia the right direction:',Nothla.la therortd _

}- ranch, 2} mile from this village< and It ,.is Dr.will Pierce's do: this Golden so rapidly Medical and Discovery.It certainty. -,- Wholesale. Dealers In------tl

1.' r ,.,: l Is so.dull here at preaenat any'eause I, could real' ten*directly.it sew regtdatee the stomach the vitellsiar and liver func-late 'GXO n n."a'tlfrr'. ,:. e.t :t Q ::L UOS. }I, 19 West 13ay[ isl/JacksonvTue, Fla.,

sot sell' but when from ,'> Mural.- healthy operation sad gives the -Jlat.,.... 13> K... Bay Street rend ................, Domestic Wines I I iC
estate beoomoe'.alable, I shall sell and lood-making glands power to manufacture 1eF1c.rl.Cl.a.: : : Fine Old Liquor s Imported aid 1 ,
.a abundance of rich blood. iic-Oa .
1;(, come to Florida.. Yours respectfully pure L lr.a.
f : It ere tm-a p Qetlte,..... .p mutculartrength : qmt INI"I "
.t' C. I.. Wnrrxar.Abeidap.t ; and lbeaiahes nervousness and :town :and FIAor1da 'Cigars,
THE'O1iBSTI.e'F1IIT .
ROUSES 111 ..THE CITY. "UO..FT
naralgia.. A* It can be ssaimUatcd by thertekat IE OF ; ; / .l r t.

I ;;:; IJ1' : Lady wtfe of the governor- -** See stomach rior-to-m! {its*soeri ttM.tletreed king roperticere llvif.'eO 'Galt' t" efltet, ..,lnthE 1 ':F.A.NOY Gn.ooE: ..

li s .. tt\ i :general of Canada,i Is one one the few Ita severe coughs and wswMfcsr.+......*.. < .w +eaibeadgwrtsrefor.11kinds ciSe drd.JatlnpPet: .eeaa.4Cowp.-;1 1.\il: : : 1'- I.dlq I ,, '1..J.1! : ,f' m-- 4
',women of the world upon whoa the'de- The drngvjek.wka. reeommeadseemcthwwbe aanurteed*>(e..1.al..WenW coyly a. full line.tH.qM Qrarcaad Feed. We want ,, F+ *'. tf.ro..t2.00. Per j y'n1v.ti d., ,,!q:
.. U-thtakief mon 0? VtgituUm'l' 01m us a trial aAyon will be pleased. te.L
oo\o1"of Laws h..beeD'COD v.'Ipreai nth .. JOur Orangee Nee LId'upon appUcattoa. Tou..l..n.le.SqoU _
;; free of .is a : "Just as good U ItI ref wa
ferred' ..tam ef vour welAre.a MARX, BROTHERS- JACKSONVILLE. 41 FLA. If 1M wish to open aa aceoMtyou:. meat gin enklua slatyk

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'.. I NOVEMBER_.... .,..19.. .lu 7.ofessional 3

I OHrde.m : -
II WORK
I the tree' is not injured.

S.G...... BT LADY COOK (nee-TKKHICBSM: The best way to cover Is with earth.' RARE CHANCEI l!! HODGES & GODFREY
m JlDpnd. CI AFUJJ) If you wish the tree to be covered all ,, ., ,
GRAHAM,
BINS A .. winter It should
be done before tbere'ba. '
;'Manufacturers of
'
(For the Indian
River i

.1. .v. ATTORNEYS-AT-IAW!-From' 10,to 13, a. .m., ,It shows the occasional Advocate.perversity) of cover been the up 'small east bit trees of frost entirely and they where should you Hotel. l, Cottages and Furniture Sarao; Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber

,HOUB8 social have ,
sentiment at least four
' that the flve
" 'Ii and 2 to 4 p. m.I18TILLB state of least or Inches of earth ,

Brevard Co., Florida value should often be most esteemed over them, so that they will not feel the HODOH DRC88KD, '

cTto* that labor should be scorned and aftluent change In the weather; U'' this Is not 4 Orange Row: Heads, 4Yrwrt

.rtlotloe:: in all the courts-state and fed Idleness held in honor Thus the general done the bark will slip. 0 Vegetable Crates.Lnmbeadeltventd .

1 fMiutlei for examining and perfectdtltl ambition of those engaked In work If the tree has not been covered until .t any part of Indian Riveron
.. of kind after a frost through bill of tailing... Anyone contemplat- .':1
any and especially In manual an. then there should come InK building Urn Kant Coant. to w..
work, is to' escape from It, gather riches a hard frost the dirt should ,be removed write for price. The Sawmill\j.ltwtedont be
SOR S. JONES, J.,T.A K. W. Ky: .*mile south of 1I lstka.
and retire; for, with enlarge. class, a in the next day Or two, or file bark will 1*''.
gentleman is slip. If the trees have. been Satsuma Highta, Putnam Co.Fla.
not
& ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. as In old times, a man not entirely; I f
of gentle birth or gentle manners, but covered lower the earth from the trees ----I'

VILLI, BREVARD CO., FLA : simply one who can live without work. about four or five Inches from where It NATIONAL .

Lnty of Brerard tr.; We have grown so' sordid that wealth was at the time of the frost,this will prevent HomeSeekersREAL
Judge County
'ted
.overshadows all. With the multitude, the bark from slipping. This may i

virtue, valour, learning and abilities, obtain seem like a good deal of work but the ESTATE EXCHANGE

HiItC. L. GAULDEW, less esteem than riches; and evenwhen working the ground gets will 'pay for all lI 1 : .

aTStieam of the trouble. ..\ -
titles flows from the I. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' royal fountain of dignities these are almost I have Nome Satsuma trees that were 1I Exchanging Property' for property a s,

Illiquid motloetnall the United the Courts States Courts.of the State solely bestowed upon the very' set out three years ago last April, which Specialty. Send Description of what I

wealthy. If to preserve an now have half a box of oranges apiece on you have, and what you want
I Box,230. TTTUSTUXB FLA.Money appearance I
to Loan. 18 of impartiality, a man celebrated for I them. If I Bad not worked them as described h 1? iy MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.,

'oOPffroO worth or genius here and there receives above, they would all have been i .C. C., CARROLL,

10 per'" GOLDSMITH, one, it Is only some scrappy' thing; the killed at tbe'timeof the hard freeze.So. .- + S Real Estate Agent.

NAepeT' slightest on the list) It would be unpardonable Ruralist.. "itr

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW! presumption on such occasions No-To-U.o for fifty Cnuts. The above cut represents roughly HOTEL 1>U NIL at Sarno Drevard 4'1'I' Choice .,
I> for distinguished scientists Inventors .." ; makes County, Florida, which I. only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Oallle, Fla., ,
weak
out poets, artists, or men of'letters, to men strong, dpure.abbO0o$1, )11 druggute. and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida East Coast R'y. lias dos too NWlnesLlquors-. h .
'
vlfe, Florida. put themselves on a with pot, postoftloo\ and telegraph ofUoe. The Motel and seven cottages are located on and Cigars. ,
myIA. par plutocrats ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallle River, with view of Indian River on the '
I a though the latter 'may be destitute I GROW; SUGARCANE. east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic Ocean a: J miles away Is prao- 1'' } Guaranteed Pure. 9
| CABT-ELWES of everything but money.; But all' tidally new-buildings completed In 181)11. The hotel and every cottage Is turn- Sold at reduced ft

[ + .. NOTARY PUBLIC these distinctions in favor of wealth are Capt. R. B.: Rose, who la assisting! In (shed,. and most of the furniture and linens have never. been uned.' Two artesian prices
unwise developing the rich l lands wells pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample Bjipply of the best '
and
unjust therefore sugar opened
STATE AT LARGE..ewrltlng Immoral Imported
; of
water. The property has only been used some two' months by the former owner -
r taxes 'paid for non- are calculated to' discourage and demoralize up by the extension of the Florida East John Green, who died, and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron jA ,De- Tokay Wine,

nts, rents and,accounts collected, the workers, and must eventually Coast Railway, 'fs probably the best Grauw, of Jamaica, Queen's County, New York. There la a)large pavilion. 100 feet from Italy. ,f.

leto. Correspondence solicited. fall to' confer any honor upon their recipients posted man on pis subject in the state. square, cement floor, cement walks, water works and garden. 'Best of hunting and rY
lusville( -' '. .' Florida.: Capt. Rose was induced to' coma to Florida tithing, fresh and salt water; sailing or ;yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers John B. Togni,
as soon as high-spirited men re- oysters, ana bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is ready to' open as a hotel r
Fuse them ;years ago, from Louisiana the Metropolitan Saloon, 131 East Bay St.
|0. FRIES, C, E. '" on principle. by In one day's time. Every convenience, with kitchen and dining root complete
Intelligent and responsible work la the Disstons, I and was placed In charge of Titles perfect The original cost to John Green WM $48KM() ();; now for sale cheap; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

COUNTY SURVEYOR.nd privilege and glory of man. It Is true Ina the Okeeohobee Drainage Company's half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Wholesale and R.t.n'.M" i1
.. Address D. L. GAULDEN Tltusville, Fla.FISHING ,
operations with
Ion sense that other animals work, and headquarters at KIs-
legally surveyed and su lvlded. simmee, Industrial Florida.' and Most Complete
some of them In communities with regular says Their The Largest ,:

ill log neatly done. Estimates tar'ods and orderly division of labor; but experimental sugar farm at St. Cloud, '.s,. Establishment South.,
even on the opposite side of Lake "OUTDOORS," the New Sporting Magazine. tiGEO
of engineering work Dls1 so, their efforts are Instinctive and Tohopeka-
ika llga from Kissimmee has Invaluable to the salt. water fisherman, the fresh water fisherman S. HACKER & SON b
lines a.pecfaity.SVILLE Invariably alike from age to agewithout : never pro the quail, snipe, woodcock and, hare shooter, the ,
I progress and without deterioration. duced such satisfactory results since,-, bay bird and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter, ,the tourist
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Man, however can adapt his work to all passing out of his hands., wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOoU.

circumstances and to all needs. He has During a recent Interview Capt. Rose Subscription $1.00 per year. Write for sample oopy.a '. ,

TM. M. GIVEN, v arrived from the flint file to the circularsaw said: "One plantation Florida produced soRTS GEO. LOUTREL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor, j"
No. 1 Madison ..AeNew York N.TT.
\ ,
from the atone javelin to the Arm- in 1800-07 1.100,000 pounds on 300 '

VIL ENGINEER A SURVEYOR, strong gun from the jade hammer to' acres. There are thousands of acres ''4U

Cocoa, Brerard Co, Florida. the giant Nasmytb and from figleavesto now producing equally as well In Florida 1 I

ds surveyed and classified, mapping shot-silks. He burrows Into' the bow with at least 3,000,000 acres still uncultivated 'One Han' Can Ran "This Ste boat

I 11 dane; special attention to plans els of the; earth and robs it of Its treasures though ready for the plow . .
I specifications of structure'work ''
explores the bed Of the sea, and Tropical cane is. a' hardy plant, requiring
c '
gee, buildings, etc. and all branchesvii
.........,
nOl( particular skill In Its culture be- fbMANUFACTUEERS'OF
engineering. mounts aloft In mid-air, beyond ,the o
eagle's highest flight. He has measuredand ing essentially a field and not a garden I

TEPHEN E. FOSTER, weighed the planets and put the plant.. One 'man and a mule' can readily u > I l ''1

earth In a balance; has mapped out the care for twenty acres of cane, which 2 2I'l ..' ; : .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, universe and determined the components will In ordinary seasons average twenty; <.0, Doors Sash. Blinds '

s oms 420 die 423, Gardner Building; of the stars. Vast and Innumer- tons of cane per acre. In Florida cane

d PKSONTILLB, '1 FLOBIDA.OI able have been his achievements over will continue to grow, and produce for 2rrj MouldlngBnlldingMaterial.: '.

". the blind forces of matter; dissolving, four years from one planting, with but >su *
little care or culture. Cane Is a natural 1'1:' Oflloe Warerooms King, opposite
a & CAMPBELL, combining, blending and transposing, ''Cannon Street.
and Bubdulng'a11 to' his service, forming sugar plant, and when ripe contains lit CC'd 3OQ

i new substances discovering new materials tie but pure sugar and water.. A plantcan C Charleston S. C.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW be built for small .
of
a gam-a pair
and at the
same time multiply a-w' .
,l ,*. rollers (frequently oi> wood a kettle' a nt. .1rat.
), ( '
and human Cord and
|k onvlUe, -Florida. ures ing and gratifying conveniences. wants All this, pleas-has wash pat will answer,) and the 'plant' Is ,: Sash, Weights, ,, fl

sr. to turn vflne articleof MACHINERY HANDLES TBOM PILOT UOUSE. V
out "
complete aa an Hardware yfl
:
been the result of work. Brains and This steamboat Is 8T-ft.long.0,%-,.. beam 9-ft. depth of hold| draws U Inches at water, and ,
r. SCOTT. GORDON R.. BBOOMB. bands have united for Its production. 'sirup' as produced In the world will ran eight mile an hour. ll.. oabln tt14 feet,with e5 -,,.head-_ Two folUkir beds and "t.
rivaling honey In Its limpidness and Rallev.lxB-ft. Can "aooonunixlate six or eight. nnrsans easUjr." Burn either wood or i ooal. Hult. Window and Fancy ClassA
;COTT & BROOME, The quickest brains, the deftest hands, able for plaunre.. purpose or light (Inning business We will duplloate for 'I.aoo. or' i.
'
1 havo led the way, and the others have flavor. The farmer can, If he desires, will alter to suit condition.,prices tram $uuo.oo to ll,!oo. SPECIALTY.O, : : : : ? f
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 'boll to grain and make 1IIXRRILL-8TIIIVXN.EfOINICERINO CO., ,Yo
'' a a pure, dry
followed In their rear. What we 'are 131 A.140 East Bajr St.,JsoksonvtUe." Fie. Xnai..", Oontntetore ....
The whole outfit in Instances
(over Bank) and have to-day: form the resultant of sugar. many VIANS'XFMItNOR. 11I\\ (*/
costs less than Such -- ---
9100. -
mix.- :, Florida.: the combined forces of mind and muscle an .' ''f f

during all the' past existence of humanity. outfit frequently turns out 400 or more Notice of Master's Bale.1'' WEAK MEN MADE VMOROUS.* t ;

FORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYA.TIAW, gallons of syrup per acre, readily\ aeUIng\ 1 1
in local markets at fifty cents per gal and by .virtue of a decree of fore-
AU honor, then, to work and to the UNDER end.eleIssuing ou.f the C'lruult:

workers whether their part be high, or lon. Court,In and for Hrevard county, I'lorld.l '
wherein Aaron .A. Deicrauw Is .
1 West,. ., Florida. low; whether theirs are the master Mary H.Titus Is dehmdaut f will sell at publlo ,." .
With wise forethought the Canadian auction In front of the court house door at TIIAOI. MARKS,
Ul practice :In the ntted'States minds that plan or the patient hands Government has. set apart a number of Tltueville.. Florida, during the legal hours of $5' aa'ft i,' d DAP.YYli OICrOMS* Igalaif
1 State Courts. OJun95 that execute. Whatever their V.IOHTs1 ...
t $ .u
Islands and of Islands from Kingston .
parts TIB8T MONDAY. DECEMBER, I8BT =!!II..II! =
each Is essential to the other and =
they add I Iath.re '
I..ei.powten a e om w '
Ont., to Alexandria Bay for park the Mme being the Stb dar of said month to ,
I f.It toss y M.t manbop o r ly r
R. F.. H. HOUGHTON, to each, as Ifenenius :Agrlppa showed This has been' done on the the highest and .best bidder for cash the follow.Inc Yep .w w of rise 4b. Ir prat PftJ "'W esf :eo.in-: ;Jtym.r.w ,
purposes. described real estate situated In Brerard taeaeCMre art w.asx., n > 6s I d
the discontented Romans long ago: In his > adddgtel, ........ II1I.. ; ; 'fa
that the State of New county,Florida,to-wlt t All thone tracts of'land InMteaMV.fllgbtlF ) ;p i.
understanding -
fable of the and the Members. No lying In the Town of Tltusvllle to-wlt i The either mumfmlltnf,8tn"om Nairea..e IM ..............1.... !. ,
DENTIST. Belly York would set aside tracts of land of south(3)()one-fourth of lot(4))four,and all of lot inttttantiia. **ttujftet w rO.*off n eoesumptlunn.b.ii.ut..MMI en d. SCIENTIFIC'AMEAIO' t. yt
properly Informed person could ever suppose Number(B)five of block B.of the said town of Don't l.5a les mpd.I a wohT"es # of .A1.NyL, '
tide. The .
the American
equal extent on TltnsTlUe. an shown on the ,map of said town Id n.a .......,.IU; Iq f1Itl{
Mona It more desirable to Idle than to In Can- made by".franols Lellaron,and now on file In Cec A 'Ter = ed
FloridaALPI lands put aside for common use .tfM".:- "..,.....: Pr.t..... ,
L.r .earl pl.Ownp .
the office of the clerk of the t s
Circuit of
of worth could Court JiWa ,_ '
work that flee. A ri
suet
or any man for and bo5, Ots wl o. p!
ada are fishermen campers Brevard county,or eo much thereof as may be ilt.I She -
ever be a do-nothing. The drones of necessary to realise the amount due the complainant fax MUNN eV 00., qtr
.
E. SMITH, M. D. pleasure-seekers generally. ,and coat of suit, eto. Mt .._....,.Mew, Tevk.TIINCILS ., t te'dt
commonwealth be anythingfrom ,
our may OEO.: M. ROBBIKB', d"
tramps to Piccadilly loungers, may OOtJ&.IIO't211 Special Master In Chancery Sold by J. D. Screven, only.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. be beggars or peers, but they have no' Aaywbere Sa ........
,
Mist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal moral right to dwell among an' Industrial Tourist (who baa been reading Ian r

,community. As a rule, they are Maolaren)-Exonse maspeirin, magnid
Diseases. the pests of society, high and low-Its mon but gin ye ken wbanr Jock; Maolaoblan -
rPORD, FLORIDA.The bides bereaboot I'll gia ye rwabawbees
and de- .
rouse, gamblers, profligates, "
I and of tae yersel'., I 'If'1'$
bauchers the disciples apostles
Instill ; Bustle I am sorry, sir, but I do not ttti
ADVOCAT giving away, sensuality. Those marvelous Insects, understand French.-Pick Me Up.Where 'FLORIDA' BIGGEST F.. AIN
tobacco
seed of the
finest grade.
aU I the honey-bees give a perpetual series .
,
and get II I THE SOUTH
some, with Instructions for .
cultivation. I of object lessons In the propea, treatment He w_ all vegetables quickly. "" 'N

1M of drones. Their remedy may be "Ton told me"'this ,horse bad 'won 1 LTURAL 'NI1 I1 trliil

RED blanks 100. each 1.00 100 at sharp, but It is very effectual.To half a dozen matches against some of : ; ENTED-FAITHFUL JutS :OR iIi.; $
the ; per tbe best horses In the conn try. Be can't / ,
ADTOOAM office. \ ( be continued). trot a mile In six minntea save him." I V y women to travel for responsible) "
'
natobea that betook f sweetletilee to prevent established bouse In Florida. Salary i; c,

.t ...'tT.I..... Sswke'....IJft Away. "I tbe was In priMa plowing, air.' "Detroit .II'ree, : I by Insects,,,(tat pamplv.1 780 Reference.and expenses.' Enclose Position self-addressed permanent. xis,
and forever,be magnetlc
To,quit tall of tobacco We,nerve easily and.vigor, take No-To- Press. *I OHCMGAL C3.i
Baa.the wonder-worker, that make weak man. Happy 1db.w MO. Insurance Bldg., Chicago Jan2tftt7 l
.
,5100' ,.All druggist,Ms or H. Cure.u.... i lP
(
Leaning dealers bed Booklet and sample ...... Address. Cbolly-I bosh that Chapple committed -
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York\, stiiolde la Lonnon.Dndely AODTS-124 to$50 per week easy. '
"
everywher :sellERRYs -x"aaav Tna pwinoa gpoks) to You work right around home A brand fp'

PROTECTING ORANGE him on the atwaat and be aevab wished new thing. Write to us quick f You 4j "l
inferion pebaonafterward. PILLS will be surprised at bow easily It can be ri
SE s to be recognlaed by an '
TREES.In ._Mew York; Tratb. ......tnn: rar1...uua..uaaole'e"U done. Bend as your address anyway. ; ',
::
DO.it, th.l.es.etlm.bber e dd ofo'J rw It will be to your Interest to Investigate.

b tld.e..d.ol.wad e.t..w of etas.of es.M. one of the back'' numbers of the ,. ...... Writ 'to-day 61 Address, 4"P.ople'st" ,, ,
Market Pa.
3W1 Philadelphia,
.,.... t bdb.at d.c5s -,. Ruralist some one asked the best way to :4"I have taken a JfIe to....,.OWD." .. =

t eeswe.rN.aa..M a M. tnlelrr w.alr.a oo., coyer orange trees to keep them from "What do yon me.nr'"lit t. ....u1:1 8 MaD.t 7 eta'
Dser.lt, MbN freezing. As no' one seems to have answered I hadn't takaa. that, 'LU of wlFi.i x:=.- ''' "VVaD..Od.-r; '
I will trr and do so. Grant,' the woman book 0 agent woold '' | In every section at once.to soil stapU, 4t
: tooaatora no peddling rl ncannnaoaasary >
brash broom bar talked ua to death. -oJeft1aacI JJ.IkmI.an. only goods ; ; xp
with oak ,
Trees covered ; best aid line. ,. ,'
.
Plain Deal**
straw, or anything of that; kind, win month. Salary and expense or Large fo 11 '

YOUR FORTUNE freeze worse than If exposed: to the air. m... .poa 0e..r.- commission mad*.' Addraaa,with I anti'

Is that the brash or .. LsN ""I Md' In the "Of tamp fovaeaUd DUtlOQIara.CIfttoa..p + ,
The cans of that Bow oftsn do yon kill a : way: and Manufacturing Company, Craig''1 1uti. '
+" w. >weM straw, does not let the moisture that rlaea MIDI4 'a MSM0W of a,IfM Iatdosaoto and<' letter oar.bUI. Ohio., JFr

,w from the ground escape; It therefore rm aa tbs othssr iq._, .. : ntsi to,ban'tecs a,share of etof' S
your '
collect on the tree and freeze, whereas, )Only ...." waa tba ssBonto',Npb: .. ) s flnt-elass Job depart- [Remember the rrOCAU:, Titus,

If poNd to the air the moisture paaasw .. ,1f.wTnkT Mbara. -v ; > dtbtbdDYOCATD1; .vdoeo: all kinds ot JobprSa_..:.Clvana -. .

'LN N./ N, at I .off!aDd If UaeN r. DOt much of any dew '\, r s a ikart a,*vow wodt, -- a, ..-..... of' yoot work.,] ,: .. ,, r !'

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'' : :'&, '- ... .., ....".. ... ,," INDIAN"'RIVER'ADVOCATE- ; NOVEMBER'' 19, 1897. .

,,y. ,""f, ;
'" I I tba'ttlt'irto. their own benefit on the already ,well.laden'' back,, Banyan. E. B. ,Williams .& Coerce'
) >f; \ .. IIDM RIYER ADVOCATE+-, the fact de. .
; : Jaw.l provided which is too much just.one, -. >
abideibythe'
to ,
fj ry 'f ",.""' ,,.' .'. 'j\. ta put a stop to the threatened extermination gre'e too much' for the' lordly Rob*+ Harper is Stopping' wlth B." J. .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercian ?:
1 r I C k, .' :, JkWBBKtY JOCllllAt" DXVOTBD TO T"IB DBYBIOPMBHT / of game in the state. presl,ed,men and: women who are DUllard at present.Mrs. ?, ,

&JS;s 1 '1 .;yJ' ""3 3"r OV. Tna MDIAJI. MVBB OTloae.k DAKB. The four months 'during which it fighting In the fight of life and Clara MoMUlao visited. her parents 65 SCuth'Brolld St., '- ATLANTA, QA.
BAT'
aD B WOAYKJB
WOKTH
: if shall be lawful to kill deer are struggling to gain a mere pittanceto In Eau Oallle this week.J. .
\ -- sustain them during their existence ducks with Foreign ands X>'omostio;
l'ruity
the discretion oC the countycommissioners Field killed thirteen
PXTBLIflnKD XTBBT 1TBIDAT: I left to that M. !
earth and it is recently.J.
and in Breyard upon ; two shots on Banana river
k} a .
; county? "the lawful months are, October overplus from which, they ought, M. Field and B. C. Creebh were at VEGETABLES FBUITS t
47xAaLm. H.'WALTOH, Editor A Proprietor. to abstain. buyirfg ,a. '
week '
Publishl' -' November, December and if they possibly can Lotus the first of the String Boans. \, \ .J' Ol1'nges,
) I (Vloe-frealtltint/ of Dally Daytonlan will not see it nor do h. and bean seed. 'Bananas,
of
lag Co.,Intytona,Fla.) January. The 'season for turkey Some supply groceries Caullllowe .
(. KBIT YORK OFFicBt and extends from' November Each seems'to' allow, that in the J. A. Booth will ship 150 boxes of Okra-Celery. .'' Grape Fruit,
? Ave. quail ,
r t'f r ''.;, 1\\ Metropolitan BuildingMadlRon case of another,,that''other's dutyin this week, which.will net (3 per Cucumbers. Leptons,
i and oranges
March J5th. .
; \\'i' ," lit to no.personIs but beats an orange; grove on Tomatoo ., Limes,
Nothing
is enough box.
four the matter plain ; ,"
: than Peaches
h : I, kill more
permitted.to Beets Cabbage
w 0:1': follow Merrltts Ialand.'Memenger .,
MKMBKB
t '1.: i li"J ., turkeys and,twenty-Qve quail, 'and' for him or herself-and then of Squash,"' PfneappSes",
brother one '
k f't THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, is excuses, arguments and obstinacy Jernegan, a New Potatoes, Strawberries'
quail | .
than fifty ,
D Jer-
I1 ; ; : no party more bean growers,'B. ,
y 1 leading \ Grapes,
L 1 p : AFFILIATED WITH TUB one day. While 'these' l laws are not to ,be :shaken. Every* of our, arrived lastweek, and has accepted :Ujtg: Plant,. Coooanuts.RIDFEAENOES .
l ; Editorial! well known, amongour body, it would seem, must 'attempt negiyn position with J, A, Ualsten for Asparagus nahk. .
P r "' National' Association:, now tolerably a t-Third;NatlollAI Atirnta GL;Geo.E.Johnson...Caod' Mrlf 1oa.i
.* own' people, 'visitors"who' are something over, and above what he the winter., j Armour racking fP", 'Atlanta,ta., ; Oeo.1II.T tlor,W..,..DUDGan do\o?Atlanta,(a&:
i I should make them: or she, can possibly .accomplish; Creech'incl J.,A. nalsten'wentto
l t rr ,r>l fjfmUnuano of adrt. mn tb made pals bent on sport little B. C. In .
Saturday
t ; writing. 'with them to everybody must drain a more the Thousand Islands last
at this o lolI'ot.b1 selves acquainted
i 1 sonny, I i save'possible trouble in the future. out of ,their worrying; feverish search of fish and ducks They, and stopped report over an SAVE MONEy.'And' '' Bur' From #**#

I; ? t. r'' pD'1' Check,eta.,may b.made buyable to CHABLBS' The beneficial result/,ot the game brains than can be yielded n. night unsuccessful at Cocoa trip.Beacb and. took'a dip In .
@ : 'H. WALTOK: ,'publlabef and proprietor{ laws is shown in an annually increasing eletentlywith, ,only I,wholesome effort Old Ocean. ff
l '1"" number ,of quail in fact, or energy, and everybody G. Bale passed away on Sunday last at :r ::EJS :e. :eo-cres: : ,

,I ,; Address all oomratinloatloni to this year the' woods seem "full of. seems to fly at game beyond their his home at this place, after ft. long and
1' j r4 b' Xi ,INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, them.; reach, (ff only it be within their painful illness. He was Interred In the
.1 TrrCBVIU.B, FlXBIDA.! birds ; serenely and contentedly AUI11ao.n'"vlna: north of Eau Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Gri
is Calmly D
,
sight. ;
of : '-
L. .... -__o_ entirely,,,,The,killing prohibited plumage, as also' is t.he. we should push ahead- Oallle. Deceased the;; heartfelt(I raves sympathy a. wife and,of son the, ,; ,

,1f') ,', I'V. $.Department,4fr Affrlcultiu use 'of all 'set devices, ,, netting} attending to our own businessmore entire who have community.. II! Meal and 'Cotton ,Seed Meal I

1' "' Bureau-Jupiter, Via.. trapping,' fire-hunting, poisons ,and than 'other people's'restingassured ,; J. W,Scott had a. very severe attack
.t d 1-; Weather last
.4 '
,1; -" iltw fish traps; no turkey deer or q'1all that that proverbially 'of cramps last; Thursday, caused from Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to i nubeast.

'ir'' ;'The following is a. ''comparative stat can be sold outside of, the count straw will not ''be the/ cause of overwork. Dr. theme, ,was happenedto promptly ;. .' Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations
'* ; mont of temperature and rainfall for the In which it is'killed. breaking onr back.: be In Banyan at i
d'' :/ ,'.' week ending Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1807.. called In and soon relieved him Joel .Office: ,124 W. Bay street., JACKSONVILLE, niP
T' easier for a
i little
'
it
-1896- he will take a
+ -1897- says
F-,9, c r,' p f r" nATB.I"" HAX. MIR: MAX. Mil THE:DULLER FIS&1AW: 'IP! YOU NIED a Good:",,Reliable and wh le. ?
67 sa: 76 Widely-read Newspaper,' Subscribe for m m and1
10 80 "*
11 84 6'7 82 7SVI theADvooATJ, :. .' $:, : E. McMURRAI*' m MW5cT Carriage
'If '' i f, anyob printing we.
enthusiasm
4' ,'. :fJ: 12 ,'78":6T' 83 A'great, deal, ;.of WIt- you need ,
J 4 of It.
1" ,;) *' ,13 71S '71 81,. 6fl being shown In the matter of contesting TOBACCO SEED TO" feB. GIVEN shall be pleased to get a share a Wagon
I" .1 14 '76 ''7:1': 74 '70' ,the Fuller.Flsh Law, which Away to any person who will plant It .. ,iI ....
d l i ,J, 3L I 78 '73 75 ,68 effects the.interests of every ADVO-CATE Kdnoitt Your Bow./. With Cue...'" BAKER, 11
'16 80, 754 77 60 vitally office, Tltusvllle, and get some.- Cartdy Cnthartlo. cure constipation forever.
,1 k.( 'Total I rainfall for the week':: 0.., !Inches 1 citizen of Brevard'"county.\On ,Or, ,send stamp to pay postage., i 100.1Q.. /, If O.O.O.allo" druggists reflln4moner.: .Dealers In'''
normal rainfall ,for the of the chief queidons"tnvolven) lit, r
from
.; 'Departure / ,... *Pleasure and Business Vehicles,.Hand Carts,etc,*
''I""' week) minus Oi77 Inches. Departure what is to be'done.with;, the' mullet r Dump Carts, Saddlery, ,
tl q .r.t'' '- "" I from normal rainfall ,since 'January 1 1, that will be caught in nets 'set for Main and Church Sts., ,,' i JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Solden .
t; plus 24.70 Inches. fish for according to the testimony -
i'I other ,
I Observer. Wanted -
J. W. CBOME, ,
I t, t tt t m\ l" of every fisherman, it is utterly .A 1v ONCE... /

t l : ,' :If Impossible set nets of any; vi \Th New''
y.\, r, THB first' Issue, of the rate, kind,'no matter :what'' ,the size ot ;tr /

p i 11 ',; vulea and: regulations, .governin: ; the mesh, without catching a larg :Fresh Dried'' \
., ,\ the,I transportation pf I passenger proportion of mullet, ''and the, reo 20,000; :pounds Coy

m' >rl ,,,,\ t. ': Florida,'has been compiled by ''th.railroad decide against* the fishermen, thtt ,

fltJ: '', ', commissioners. From a fishing of all kinds must'be stoppe Pa1metto Berries .A.T A. ''PL. .
: Jaw, ::J?ft'T ,
..1 '?:v ,hurried glance at Its, contents i Ut"l1' from one end of ''the riverto the ..
would appear that they have mad other from Nov.:'Ifitb to Dec. 31st Opened October let, 1800, turned the steam onto, tOne
tl, ?' ,but little change existing 'ratei'This : Not only will Tjttusville luffer.but \ { 'Berries Door Sash Blii
I.. : : Saw Palmetto, the and Best Equipped
Hart-dried; 'of, Largest
"W Wi} :, tIt -; ,ia scarcely a matter' ',for 'But Cocoa, Fort'P4rce, Sebastian; ..and I,,1'6OOOjb's., 4i", '

!: L ". prise, as. the railroads put,forwan every place on the river where fishing .. Win the Highest Cash Price and purchase 'In; shipments'' of 100-lbs. or: and General 'Wood Working Plants in the United States
;1 the plea that since the'freeze their! Ie carried, on, will be, deprived* pay .

}. business ,has ,been so' contracts of one,, of, their::chief''.sources,. of.. more. $,I$ <$& And,with experienced: management, (covering a past experience of U
,r. ;-t that their,,rates have reached the revenue ; numbers upon .numberof i Address, with samples, years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the ta
;'1 lowest possible figure, and that any; men ,,will,be thrown :'out of employment i HELVILLE DRUG co., possible material and workmanship at our hands. 'Our production Glan will oM dMIAMI
11 Materials Tanks ,
% ,
'' ,if' ;, serious reduction is out of tb'question'1 'for 'nearly two months, H, Jacksonville, Fla.. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, ,Frames!, ,,, Hot-house. ,
'r" :' under' existing'' ''circum.stances. and, as far as 'we ,can learn,' no I '

t .. "A. :, I I goodwill come of 'the observance "" i "'

; ').Lt f \ tI' ...... ', of the.law, for which there is no o'Yon bow Good Thing ? Ot course, you, I :; -
h 's i < ,\MR.II.!,,! ,"M. FI.AGI.KB has goner. necessity whatever What this .00 a_ .

'? 'r 4 ouely: offered to make' up any de means to the East Coast in general, ,
',r in the JacksonviHe and own) town in particular, Is
be our
t there -
,flcit may Florida or would be here. {
; I week, funds.' Of course' shown by the promptitude,)'witl < Then you haven't seen you lit
r'' gala ; ** old J Of.course;; so are we, Lots.Now' Sal
( Are growing .
,- there will be manywisea&ep'wht, < whloh) our merchants and othen you because Mild Climate, Tom1 e eAe
not fast, our
BO
inter l have 'forward to help defray But
; 'fI, wUlIJ"e' in this offer some come, ,, sunshiny days and long cool nights, ,
ft1 with its warm,
)I, .eated, motives, for it is,, their creed the expenses of the, legal'proceed. to be. I
what It ought ,
Makes Life \
> of the which will be: to decide x fi \
that' no good can come out ,, lugs necessary ; '
''fruits and'vegetables ? Certainly 1 So do we. General Agent For .
t. ;i. millionaire; but.'': to, the unprcju the, question. The opinion Do you love lowers, E. KINGSLEYj
J diced it only seems to follow 'out Col. J. J.Brice,U. S.Commlssion.ei Buy a'' home on the EAST-COAST ,'

d ,, the, line of princely, munlflcenc of Fish and1' Fisheries, which was Where 'Oil'' can ralseyour own *, Mrs. Julia D. Tutu
It" ''t. with which be has spent time, and quoted at the'meeting of fishermen With the least labor l and expense.Do'youdlsllkeWlnterSodo.we.. *
'thii' held in Mr, Scobie's fish .. & : '
of
\Y4 money on. the development recently rft / .' PROPERTF
/.1t state.. We are not much addicted house,y.presents the gist of the Then come to FLORIDA we're here to stay.
,: '51" to ebullition of fulsome; 'flattery,, whole matter when he says, "if the We have surf-bathing, swimming, and sailing all the year round. Select
'" but delight. tb give,,honor where mullet thus taken (that is ,in nets Are you Interested In us? tn all,:parts of the; Town.' Carefully

;' :,/ honor, it due J f and this offer of Mr,, let primarily for other ,fish' ) can. If[ so, we are Interested In you. ',t Fruit and Vegetable Lands or>-
\\t.II' 'a Flagler is certainly worthy':of the lot be landed, but have to be returned \'line to our address Address DRAWER "M,"
i : ;t '. thanks of the people''' of Jaokson. to the water in.' a dead, or iVlll do wonders. 'SAINT AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. LVliami: : -;.River grid 'Bay Biscay.'

', f h' V 1N, '' ,Tille and the praise 'of every citi- lying| condition, a double loss will !ar' Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.fain .

., '1,., sen of Florida. tnsue, ,which could not have been -MIAMI
wr
t'fhl.\' .d' eHotel Miami I. ]
Office ; Mj
-
.tw. \ '. 1.J" 1.\ :contemplated when the law .was ;, ,> ,
!' ''ormulated.

s.i. STEEL; ROADWAYS.: Should the decision of the courts FERTILIZERS... .

.");:: ;, ; "I.. b>lira in favor of the ,law as it stands, CHAS. 'N. 'WELSHANS
The,Depart men t of Agriculture a t i vast difference 'will be found in ; ,
,'':;W' ,k. now experimenting with steel' he value' and quantity of the mul- When you are In the market write for information regarding ,..i' .. .. ,

M 'trackways on wagon roads, and one let caught,during the year, which, our :;W- -
,I)"r aeries of experiments, ''made by according to the statistics o.f the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES 'COAL TAR, PLASM
;
\f Abel Bliss,, an engineer of New East Coast fisberles for' the{fiscal Oo p e-te., F'ertilizess-: : : : :: : ,, ,
.
Nt Lenox, Ill., baa been thoroughly ear, ending June 30tb, 1897, 8 *% *' HAIR AND :LATH ,**
tested and found to be entirely mounted 2,413,357 pounds, '
if' "to Vegetable, fruit and vino,' orange tree maawe, blood, bone,
... Steel rails 8-inohea resh and 'salted ,
'I,; practicable. representing a and potash, and other brands. ',.r fc'M' and Oils.
l v, wide and ,i-inch, thick are, used, value of $22,732; and it will;' of State Agent L. .'Paints

having a 3-inch downward flange course, effect the catch I of' pomp. ISHogaaSW
s Fertilizer Works ,
'Phone 8. o(
,. I .ion either side and an !upward ano, trout, and other fish in like The Armour ,fc ) FLOB1DAA.r? I

,flange of one inch on the outer sid proportion, the former, of. which i ,.. ; < ... JACKSONVILLE. ,
to keep the wheels' on ,the: track; rought in a revenue of $13,093 Chicago, oj1;: -
I the rails being laid on the crown i and the latter $12,817 during the i, J HOtrSTOlClUbllshed
rub
t .f the grade, are pressed, into the ime period. We believe; however, Where these fertilizers are made, 'having unlimited sources '*D R. C. *F. ': 1

_fa, oil till the rail is supported by the tbat' sufficient ? grounds will be ,, from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very

t ; _II. The' earth ,is removed between shown to set aside a law which is best materials, and there are no goods made better than our :D: avr d or', P.A.: .I+ORI3: .

the rails to a::depth of 'five anifestly ill-advised and a burin COMPLETE FERTILIZEBS.! We solicit your orders. X
'Ueb es, 'and' this is filled in with upon/* large number. of our 1884. )o< Cor:Bay: and Laura Sts., over Mrs. ,

gravel. Sixty tone of steel to" the tople.. ARMOUR & COMPANY,
4.u+ ifle is'required for the road',and 'I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

one cubic yard of gravel to the rod. fAt' OVERWORK. Jacksonville' Fla. For the next 30 days prices win be M follow.?'"'Gold Fillings, e|1.PlMtic .11to
1t The; inventor claims the following k 'v FlllIwKs! 600. to $1;/ADo1 J'llflDRSt,1 to $1JJO; Plates, $5 where to $ ;Pfr"-0
>4 ,advantages for the road It eaves (STY: beet), *9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painless method Contlnnoni -
On our 3rd page will be found mAde. FiratolaM operators and peHta ttendanU.>,' .Gold and
: pewer, and wear aad' .tear to wag. an able article upon ."Work," by Bets of Teeth made and repaired. *

__ ,bicycle ons, ft saves road\it time is, and extremely is a perfecta durable Lady Cook, which a.good thing] The Premier Flour of America. ,

In itself Still, there is reason in
,will do away with the all things,' and "to have ,as much .. w srzl ',::Ef SOS.Vbole .,
,dust, which is one of the chief annoyances i
work to do as ODe can do, and a
*
dirt road, and there Biscoits
on a Unexcelled jBj
little more, has often been given X
,
other minor advantages .
;', are many the beat for cheerfulness
as recipe Retail lealeralA
which be seen.FLORIDA a1e and
can readily
,, r' ti and contentment. But while we
t i"1 '" readily concur in the first parS of For fe& BB and \a

4 GAME LAWS. ha sentiment, we cannot but suggest VEHICLES '\\jjgvasaa nflAiu wi

that It may ,bo, perchance, amuSrec ,
,0 By degrees:the q ,.me' laws of the that very "little more?! which I. at S '

t skate are being observed with more the root of half the ill-health, palefaces Bread & ;# L pastrJ- And Bicycles 1LargestStocs
l; r exactitude than bas been the ease and fractious nerve we recently ,

U.the put: This is partly the re. noticed among 'many. rest : ) and,: Lowest Prices inConwpmd the;: ,
'
wit of a better knowledge of those dents of oar crowded, northern .. Ca1Wa
>
.. ucI
"f \ 'law and partly of the education of jitles.= .' It is that last drop In' the : noe olieltod.; Ageato fox Ttetor,Batv -t:
I F.1. 1C1S0.YILLB FLA.
Iltnll.ted"f, BORST .' '7ACK90NVILLI PLOR1DL
; ,the people Md ,thejjr W ognizaac of ilreadjfdll ;cup-that last" IIf.fetraw ,


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE., :NOVEMBER 19" 1811" 5 ,p




dal tk I Cocoa.____
J. D. CRABB .FERTILIZE R S' I
keep
II flntolus Baloon.
Wines,
been, whiskies. brandy and rum, Imported
i and rfon .n-cigaro tobacoo and elKafettes. .alt 'i
Price of
Uq"on from e2W to I .OO per gaIIon t
Prompt attentIon to tellllP"'l'i' and' mall
orden. Terms Cuh. Coooa,Fla. 'I 1
J, 1>. CRABB, Agt.

un .*. Si-FCCI411 I-'E.ICFCS.I1 I1

town MaJ.Tuewlay.J. P. Lovett, of Miami, was ,In fm''




bAKIH on last F.A.business.Monday.F.N.Taylor Mathers and was wife here arrived last In Friday Cocoa, [W] _.:Ji.Jl.s: pple G:& Gro--vvsrs__ t I' F Ili '



Miss Alice Weinberg returned from { 1
her visit to Michigan last .4.11 .ahoussc9.E'ortilil. : : : tor.: iii

POWDER Stan Jones and Alfred Friday.Cleveland, of hiIH Price $ *5.00. JtJT" Before buying the following Material be sure and apply to t'l

AIIealllt.'ro Titusville, were visitors here last week. l GUARAN'T'EEDANALYSIS' : : us for prices, and we win prove to :you we can save you money.

I S. Jones, of Tropic a noted bean Moisture.................._.....;..........,..............,.......... ....,. stolO STEAMED,BONE, RAW J/i, .. ale
farmer, was here last Friday. Ammonia .. .....I.......*..*......... .... .. .....:...?....> B to e BONE III
t' EgualtoBuiphateot mmoNa.....:.................v......................... 80 to its ,BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE; .
'L. B. Dawson of Narrows In Available Phosphoric Aold..............,.........,.,...........?.............. B to e \ 'i\\ _y.
DOYAL........MWMR CO.,HIW VOMC., town was Kqual to Boo* frhonphateof Lline..,.............>....................;......."... 11 to 13 ,{; DISSOLVED DONE, NITRATE OF SOIA 4
transacting business last Thurs Potash 0. .4... ..........tii...a to e rI
u&\to8\1lrhateofl'u..h.. ....:........:. .. ...,..........,...... ....... stoic SULPHATE AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
day.Mrs. Magnesia; Lime Suds etc....s.'...,..,...,..I......'........................1......... beta 60 \( E-t
Muriel (nee Leonhard) arrived on IH TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
for Pamphlet.
Miami. Tuesday.on a visit to Mrs. w. U. Pater- pWWrite Special, '
t :., l' COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. '
son.Our JCjr Special Mixtures' compounded with machinery at very low 0 .. ,
: of Coooa- young men are for the }
IB.Oeo. McDonald one practicing H prices. ,,( .y:,
Irove's prosperous farmers, was InIty bicycle tournament on Thanksgiving '

Tuesday last., day.Capt. Please Corr Bponc .;'with us'before 'being induced to buy ,from ''Dealers. Send for Ili t t1
Chllllngworth sheriff of Dade W" II. Sharpe and J. W. Bal- l
y,paid a business visit to' this citytar lentioe of Sharper were in Cocoa last hi I Pamphlet. / ijppfc"LITTLE PW
part of last week. Friday. '

nnrltngbame, wife and family have Chas. H. Stewart of 'Melbourne wag f BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATEJO.; :

d the Boney cottage In the city, here on Tuesday; also Capt. Jarvis, G. /f- 1:11I ,, !'i
F.,A, of the F. E. C. ,1j, ?
to housekeeping. R'y.
lave gone ( f''t ;:r Qro.iS.cdzz.ViU: :: : : Florida: ,. '
Dr. : : .
L.1. f
|w. Moran, who has been 'making a Daniel Cocoa's dentist Is ,,,y c
visit with friends In Orange coun- the proud father of a 10-lb. daughter,
town last Monday night. who arrived Wednesday morning.
turned to turning via steamer Courtenay. :t

last Thursday evening quite a largeof Henry Whipple and son, Charles, Roseland.All I EW. Provost and Miss Annie'Taylor G. G. SPRINGER \
young people' enjoyed a moon. formerly this place but now of Eden
called Mrs. Thomas Green Tuesday
on
ride on the bay, in the launch paid Cocoa a short visit on Friday last.
In condition evening last.
the orange groves are good
u Judge M. S. Jones of Tltusvllle, has and give promise of Dig crops. of ,
H. Edwards, the architect! of the purchased the two deer from Captain first-class fruit. ." 5 Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of T /, ,,
Royal Palm, has Just completed a Sohoonmaker. They were sent to Tltusvllleon -
Mr. Reed and family from north Mims.m
11th street, which Wednesday.J. .
little cottage on
who traveling by team, :: ,
Georgia, are A
1 his wife will occupy. P. Cooper J. D. Cobb, Jas. Payne passed through Roseland, bound for R. B..'Mlms paid a flying visit to Bona- ICE A ND ),.
:
lie Dvoc.iTJIII. always a welcomerto and Geo. Lynch represented Cocoa In Glfford. venture Saturday.,
my home; In fact It is the best Jacksonville, gala. week. They report a I ,
mod published on the East huge time. A. Cain came up from Woodley after Miss Janle Johnson of LaGrange, Is
paper his dog, and was accompanied on his return visiting friends In Mlms this week.
t," says one of our residents.car bupt. G. W. Bule and President Geo.
who '
by his brother D. Cain, jr.,
Nicholson has r after a F. Miles of the Indian River & Bay Biscayne down on a deer hunt. Frank Alford, of Ochoe,'ha been visiting :Qistil1ed Water
goes :
t visit to his old tumedb eLand.Icbolaon In\and\ Navigation Co., were visitors his cousin, L. T. Coodey, ,of this
brought back with him to Cocoa. and Rockledge last Sat- Last Saturday tho section men were place. '

fine horses, which be will use urday, busy putting that were on new getting hoops quite In the rusty placeof on Mr*. Annie Carllle and' children ar- Refrigerators,rIce Chests,. Freezers and Water Coolers.
some
riving the coming( winter season. Frank Hatch Is now day operator and the water tank belonging to the F. E. rived home Saturday from their sojourn '" t Is
I negro named W., ''Taylor 'shotf""and clerk at the F., E.l C. R Y office vice C. R'y. at Miami. FACTORIES. ....... .' '

1 another negro, Alonzo Blevlns, in Hamilton who now becomes night operator The following from Roseland attendedthe P. Bnblman, of New York was a welcome M Cocoa_ and West_ 'Palm, ,, 'Beach* .'
Packard ?
Ballast Mondayafteraoon. A core Roy being temporarily re- league social held In Sebastian visitor among th.>orange growersof ':;\\Jm \ Eyworth
tired.
Jury was, summoned who ren- last Saturday evening: Miss C. Cain this'vicinity last week.
'
1 a verdict of justifiable. homicide.' Capt. .W. H. Sharpe drove down'' to Messrs. R. Bowler, F. White, Q. Gibson R. :X. Allen, of Savannah, was visitinghis '

Cocoa Tuesday afternoon, accompaniedby and D. Cain, Jr. cousin Mrs. R. E. Mime, last' Wednesday'returning CELERY: AND CABBAGE .PLANTSLARGE %
.y lumber and other building ma- the photographer of the TimesUnionand of Melbourne, has been home Friday. /
E. Adams
Citizen, who will take views for the
-1 direct from the Builders' Supply souvenir edition of that spending a few days In Roseland,looking Mr*. C. S. Ballouv' of Princeton, 111., .
I and the lumber- paper. .
St. Augustine save after his property here, and shipping his has moved Into the cottage she recently PLANTS v r
man's commission,'' to Melbourne where from W. N. Hendry. STOCKY CELERY Dwarf, Golden Heart, Golden SelfAI' <
SAMPLES for 20. Gardner .fc Walker. household Intends to goods reside permanently, purchased < ': Blanching, Giant Panchall, White Plume.'. ... .. .'. .... .. .-,..3.7B per 1000() (>
: he Mr*. G.'W. Kyzer and son, Scott, of OABBAGE-Buoaeillon, Surehead, Flat Dutch,. Drumhead, :Zany : :

est Palm Beach, D. Bain had a narrow escape from being South Carolina, were welcomed by her Summeri\ i ,,,.. t.v,?.:,.i. ... ......%.,.,, ,,(.,.. ,,, .',. '.'lIS pel'l00bAllo
*>." Courtenay. struck by a large rattler while plow- sons, Jake and Pink' Kycer, Thursday Snowball. 'I

Ing; he was quite close to it before he CAULIFLOWER.. i.. .. ,.. .. .,.. .'> .1. ... ., ,,..'1., ,.I h",.iv.t-.. 4.00per1000;:
i I fire department held.a meeting Miss Sadie R. dame arrived home from noticed It. Robert Bowler who was In last.The of Jobn' Coward' arrived ARAGRA8-Mammoth, Conover's Colossal and Palmetto.,vf.''".," 4.00 per 1000,
day night of last week, electing new Jacksonville last Saturday.H. the same field with4 him killed the here last family Tuesday,, and will reside at Hors Radish Set*. .j.t..j. .. .. .i,.. ..\ ... .0I. ,,,..,H,.,.. ./1.00per 100 ,
era and putting everything. in., flrsti .. J. Tiffin arrived home Monday snake, which had nine rattles and measured :Salt Lake where Mr.. Coward has,. a L. CAMERON .S'eedaman. MI
i order. Wit night from Canada.E. 0 feet 4 Inches In length/ promising' tobacco farm. ,

Christian Endeavor Society of the .. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE:: FLA
W. LaRoche transacted business in Miss Mamie Gray of Tltusvllle, visited ,
gregatlonal, church Thursday, a moon- i Cocoa last Monday. Wabasso. her grandmother Mrs. 8. J. Gray,
L excursion last night '
oh was well patronized .and highly: : M. S; Same and family visited friends -... ,last week.
yed by 11.t'saboy in Indianola last Sunday. The following name are on the roll of
Mrs. Wlgfleld of Toledo, was calling Fertilizer "CoixiaBox
honor' for this week : Carrie'' China, The Jacksonville
,". and arrived last. Satur- Wanted, by one of our old bachelors, on friends at this place a few days ago. Aleph MImI.'Jlmmle China, Susie Mimi,
night at the residence of Mr. and a wlfe('' no objection to an old maid. A family from Colorado Is expected: Bernice Strahan George Strahan. ,

doing, J. W.well Mulliken., and John Mother has and'a, happy child 'Mrs.', t>. Blyth and ohurch sister Miss Jessie here very soon, to make this their future The school welcomed four new pupils :& S'C". XaO'WlV":' Goa.1: : *. ,

e on his face. ,Sanders, attended" here last home. Monday. viz., Misses Edna Carllle ,and ,,r (LATE CHAPMAN BUD tow.) '4
Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Leatherman has returned Ruth Bowman and Robbie Carllle and
apt. A. W. Bule, of the new steam- Rev. E. E. Johnson of Cocoa preached from St. Augustine, greatly improvedin Percy Schofield.The South Jacksonville, Florida. ,
v
tune, was in town?last Thursday fast .
to a large congregation here Sunday health. school entertained the following ,
are glad to see coming: -- MANUFACTURER, OF ---
iind again,' and hoped boats will; morning and evening. The ADVOCATE Is still getting subscribers visitor this week : Mrs. R. E. Mime,

>be steaming into our lake. F. P. Harper*F. L. Whltlook,.D..' G. all along the coast, which shows Its the Misses Gertrude Mime and Janie' FERTILIZERS For Pineapples .Oranges ,and"Vegetables .t

'e have had a perfect epidemic In they and F. M. LaRoche went duck shooting popularity.The Johnson*- ,lllohard Allen. ,1 ,
last Friday on Banana River. They re- Leethle and Edna' Wig. A enjoyable hay-ride and oyster'
line lately, and: still "there are Misses very I
en.>* It seems ti:be a remarkably: turned Saturday with fifteen ducks and field and Lew Dawson were recent visitors bake was participated in by the young. < I and Dealers in Every: 'Klnd'o'r: -: Raw Material "f
hundred coots. ,
"
J season for babte' Ton can spot a over a to friends In Wabasso. people,last Saturday'evening.: I '

w papa" as soon as you see him. B. B. LaRoche and family Jas.Miss J. Walter Gibson was here on his claim a The) Epworth League met Sunday' Cotton Seed Meal( Tobacco Dust,,Kanit{; Etc Also ,

Jacksonville. H. Happersett took in the excursion LaRoche Catharine, Sam.Miss all Sadie left for LaRoche Stone,S. C., short him at time the ago.school-house! Several were days highly help from ap night An interesting and wasted programme by Miss was Bellenfaote.rendered. The F'amou: _. :EEard.-T:1aI..: : : .frraa143: ,

last Wednesday, Sam mom- Tuesday where they will make their full' Ammonia; .. ..,, .... .. ;ti. .,,...4 too percentJS % .
returning Friday night. re- home In the future. R. J. LaRoche and preciated. The) vegetable garden are,,under Available Fhos. AoU... (,..:f"f;.6 to 8 per cent J to9jMLQO] ,Per Ton. w
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know having he la a capable jolly, good of .enjoying time, him-we family left; yesterday. for the same place. quently Ilunt'and sporting Curtis around are>seen with their quite new fre- headway growers are, and gladdened the heart by of good.the returns orange Potash K O.i't,4(: -te to percent) ;fy\',, '/&?*:>;, Write E

where else nigbest Commercial Value given our brands the last Bulletin. for
one can.
any When in want of any kind of building team. By-tbe-way they are preparingto from recently-shipped oranges.The : Prices.' Orders for it ton. and for our brands will be delivered free .f aD V I,
t'. a boy," and put In his appearancer. material In oar loads or otherwise tbeBullden' build a neat little, cottage in: the near school will give a''Thanksgiving freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue,price., until
( and Mrs. Grant M. Sherbon's, last Supply Co., at St. Augustine, future. entertainment Wednesday afternoon to further notice. ;

irsday night. Grant.wears a. beam- will be pleased to make you a deliveredprice bunday morning a party. consisting of which all friend and patron,are cordralJID"lted. A rd
countenance and we'presume the at your station. You have noagent' the Misses Lucy and Sadie Leatberman jy?f. ,.
force has been smoking, some good or middleman's commission to Paul and Jew Leatherman, Walter Michael Anti Interesting programme' 'Ii being ,- 't
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it on the new papa. pay. and W. L. Reefer, sailed to Reams. by the Epworth League-for ,'
It's a girl" and bar come' to stay In the Lone Star. When 6ft Reams'landing Sunday prepared evening, Nov. 28th.The F re is S. Morse' .. '
and almost '
h> the mast was unstopped > '
Mr.and Mrs.P'B.'Ratoliffe.,Mother Fort Pierce: Club orgMilced by the .
gale. ,
child are doing well. The young carried away hjr the gentle Magazine wt .
went to the rescue. people of Mima and vicinity !met
Harris
made Gore and young
T her hut Friday
lug. P. B.appearance B.. Is stepping arounda Frank Bell was. :a pleasant visitorto' Fortunately and the only broken a short part delay were occasioned soon- last Roberta.Friday They evening will be with entertained Mrs Harry Friday ':aE1: ::J.a :ES'C'. .A.'rE1. ; ..
> Saturday.The ,
dancing master, and It is said on town repaired airs. F. A, I ,
)quiet, that; all his employees .at., ,the work train has been.here for the by the mishap. Strahan.DRESS evening. Nov. 20th\by ...T'R4T, as.>> I Co., 'M .ec x x .A..VV M.AGENT' M.

[ have been ; few daJ'L .> t
I made remark past. "I!!v
the '
gentleman' ably '
so I
Id natured. This section had.some fine showers of Lotus. NOVELTIES and cashmere Mo) FOR LANDS OF. '
rain Tuesday evening. '2c get you sample Gardner A W. .

Swearlngen has lust completed Florida East: Coast Railway Company ,
F YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit Mr. L. D. Hancock came down from Hook-
|> E. B. Williams) A Co., wholesale mounting a fine tarpon, which I I.on view ledge Saturday. ? Florida Coast Line Canal ,A Transportation Company,
FQlt and 65 South In hi* store. Tin lost Complete ElMtrlotltSipplJ! k i
produce merchant, Annie Taylor spent Sunday/ last Boston I'IorIda..tlaDU.o Coast Land Company., ,, f road street, AtlantaGa. 'See their and Mrs. Alonzo Cook returned Miss ,
P"t on page 4., Monday Mr. evening from Port Orange,aftera with Mia Willie Otwell; at Bahia. ...-...House in ,the, SUte....... '
few" month pleasant visit. Mr.: Frink, of Bonaventnre, spent Ban .Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Homot M CoMoa BUMS sad 1eMeeatisaY Ttep.sitlsa;;, ,

Micco. C. T. of Ankona, .around ,day with R. B. Stewart, at Brantlejr. THE JOHNSON LAI CO AS1M..o.s FTIIEGWVIIAIMONDCOMPANYj

town Monday shaking hands with his G;T. Ronald spent Sunday In Oeorgtanawlth ,


b'you Tammany be good I*tin-power. again-now many The friends oyster business here. Is In full operationhere .Hall.. friends.Mr. of this.place, ha ,been on Electrical ft' MechanicalELECTRICAL l ,

now, a large number of gallons be- the sick list for a few days.Mrs. 11,1;
} f. Nuckot la planting tomatoes ing shipped every day Green and MlM Atwater were ""

beans quite largely. Don't forget the box party, Saturday |calling on friend Sunday afternoon. ee.ENGINEERSI... PORK AND 'BEEF PRODUCTS. ,
'PrIce has quite a fine patch of bean evening at the town hall, for the benefit I Chambers, of Georgians), pent .
"Waring the dry weather., of the Christmas tree.,.,Oyster* and Ice t Archie Lotus the early part of .
mph Williamson' will be served. All are cordially some time' in SUPPLIES.Lamst : HammoMl lad., South Omaha Neb., .Chloqo; Ills..

> three acre of ha Irish* just potatoes.v finisheddog oream Invited, and asked not.to forget their this week ;/ to learn of the; death of. ,Stock of win v tamp "salesroom*,334 Wt Bay 8t, ". .. W,Dun'k, Manager, Jacksonville" .tits. f Ml/

Dbn pocket-book., We are sorry eord; switches, cut onto, Uato, \ ,
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Delaney I* planting- quite a east over this community G. Bale of Brantley. knobs ockeW.lampe., shades, Lards .HUM. ud Bellte,
wa IdTiMlii RipUlj M
of and tree. A gloom .
orange grapefruit Friday last by the death of Yrs.Mary J. Fields' of Banyan/wa doing. bast- .. ,dvnamoe and motor, annunci i
Green ha purchased more land, Sykes, after an Ulnes of nearly nee with our merchant the.....1put i store, electric bell' push but- '
a Is having his house renovated for his two weeks. The deceased ,wa In her of this week.' -.r i loa&, esWn ton foot push, burg- VV'ZLte XIAI.1orr1; .. 'I '..
*tug visit this winter. -- forty-second ;year, and was a faithful Rev. W. B. Trees c left .Saturday for: 'Iii'I 1u curd Are alarm. Edtepn. La ," f

Some: miscreant set fire to Tan Vlisin-- friend .and loving mother deplored., whose The untimely Sebastian, returning. Monday. on the I, aDd Land Imperial, S*..P DrY oi Batteries Sal Ionian. btorto *(.- 1 ";:: '

0*cottage eel It. last week I and ..apletel1 funeral end took U place greatly on Saturday; at t northbound train., f.Jj; *for naphtha and ga en-I 'i 1. JOB ia.Dn'Drd: : : t" VY (: P'P,

IrWe"1ad under the management of,the A. Fort, wife and outer; moved over duo.; Electric light from w- ",, -, '/0, "
to DOte.th Mr. TfH' o'clock 4 U. The casket warn UterUJycovered to Booaventm Saturday. HIM fortwU .. :fa POW"'; .. ........ drMghtoomploto 'I ',,} t'I'
d I IaiprovlDa,tt..trust be wt fl soon W. G with floral offerings, which *t- bo assistant yootmtatroM. M' Jtet, I I and pkn.yoJOeathm acI.c "" 1 ', y: OF ALa;.. ','KINDS'r.. ;; ; <'
s the 1I8e of I". esteem deceased was Uc*' nno. ,, ( "j{ .. '\ 'r' ,
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sad the W. C. T. U. JTI extended sympathy to u.. bereaved C.ftl -firs W. 11'Cocos". ye-e-ii I b- ,,"'f Jaabasvf9aFli ;,It; ADVOOATE'.PRINTING, .. ...: :.OFFIOEtt .
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{ r \ ," 'WI'1./., ,... Who used to be Tennessee Claflin when J.A. Florida New York t

( I,' Sir Edward Arnold, besidoe being a she lived In America has been Invest Philadelphia and Boston. Short line between Florida and all NortJ'ern
,
to 1' ; lost, if m sportsman..7aoh&lmauun- Savannah Augusta.. Ga., Columbia. .WaShlngtofl.
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York.
Brunswick: (via Port Royal S.! O.,)to New Everett.
the conditions of women wage- From:
fating
t tler and orollat.If L tlmore. Philadelphia. New York. Boston and thegft)
earners In England and the report! she PASSENGER SER'fICB.Via Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Lout
,
Macon ,
Provident Everett ville
1 st.ted that
d'' ;, Singer .rDand'na' ,. ... 0. cSt P. fly and Cumberland RoutelL. Cio *.
t s' f: p f baa the name number of grandchildren makes Is not particularly encouraging, 'I. J.okeunvllle 8.la ami L. F.rnandlna 1.30 P ml) AzBrn..lclE an.

+ t l kt ,,., t M Queen Victoria: nor does It make pleasant reading. She a.80 p m. Daily except Bunday. L.. .Tack.oo- Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock. Kansas Cl'h.'
f &II.. Ry. and ,
'. Sioux City.
itbrnne wick mDaUy. Louie Chicago,
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' 't'i' Ply Bobert. E. Lee Jr., a grandson of the finds that girls and women are supplanting ; niW.4v.00p miAr I Thursday 7 JO p r-enpl\ River Junction Pensacola Mobiles! New Orleans. Texas, Ik exlco
I onboard for Calli
; lc 1 famous general of that name it a law, men to a ,very great, extent: In the allowed supper and the PacIfic Coast. Effective .IHA.V 10, ittn7..

;? ; i |Tr in,Washington.Sardoa English bicycle ''manufactories. "The New York Kx preMNo. ail I

hue presented to Sir Henry delf, delicate fingers of the girl and PROPOSED SAILINGS L. Bruo.wfok.Jl'rlday. ."..11I.11:10 a, m? dally', with 'rhruuchNew lean 1
Lv.New York,Pier 91 E.ft., :30p.m., (Standard Time.) wear n, Sleepers( foBaltimore li'lav.nna'h.' Columbia
1 x R .t Irving the inkstand he need when writing woman," says Lady Cook, rare peculiarly tint ....... .. .. .. BIO GRANDK....................... ....EMday. Oct. 22 .Haar. PhlLdelpLela New York"h
,, {' > "Mme.( Siuw-Gene. 'adapted to certain portions of the task Friday.\ Oct.; 22.16.y.:.:.. :t........::.::..:..::....COLORADO .... ..... ... .................jussy.Nov Oct 99 a e .a." Eastern polnte. ('. nnectll for Ye
.. .. ..
... ... Arrives Jacksonville .
: ...1..1..;.......... RIO 9:30: Pa m.
i Sir John Be>w.tt, the f amoni watch-, of manufacturing bicycles, and the manufacturers m&e............................. RSHte...............*......Jl'rlday. & 0 .a.

. iyf' '{ ,! t r do ft'' xaaker, ii dead. He wa ODe of he most themselves have been very ............................. rates, etc.apply......W...any....railroad..........agent Friday or ?tocake. "' CON Jacksonville York T::KK Fast p. m. Mall dally Na far ...-'
i' :For pnerallntol'matlon, steamers trains! : .
J 1' 4I familiar flngnre In London. ,I quick to see the advantage; that lay in UAVU 9*Ag.o&CM W.Bay .st.' ;Jaokaonvfle.r .n ern.IllsNew points. York Carrie., t.hro/b Sioepe",'

,+'1 The Memagero of" Horn : lye thai the employment of feminine help. Again, H. H. RAYMOND,General Southern River; ,Brunswick,Ga. Y. C ,r1 ::10a.m. arrlraJack
1 C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier i 1iIO. K. ,and 883: Broadway N. S
i Lemon',; women work much cheaper than do men. -
the burden of t 4r P a J Cincinnati and Jacksonville No Ntl .
Uow often has this been Jacksonville T-Ofl pm.,via Even'lanta
America and take Ihcw;
I r, op farming. the of the employer whose assistants dd'T e p Chattanooga Connects for-"O.
t song p. n as Naahvllle, St Louie Chicago .
General Grant showed his lon'If and all .
A; the ranks of F r and ?"
have been chosen' from o western! points.
pones at the age of 7, when be hitched t o OA8ONVIIt Jacksonville 8.10.. m. Returning tralQ' an
the rather than from those of the
an unbroken dolt to a sled while hi* women 0 W early,... --

'I t .. father was away' from home and hauled men." qj'FA p ** ssssiiSf''Dayi Pullman
I brush all day. With regard to the low moral and social 0 FA P Car Cincinnati via Ba'annah,
h bla, Hot '
standard met with f In certain places oyw Y' Asheville 8prlnge. KnoXVille
;g An Oregon woman Mr. Knnile ofCmatllla 07 t M the Celebrated Mountain Country ;""

ro 4 I bas, in her possession, the she says:' "I find, aa a general rule, thai 4 I'VeII Carolina.Cincinnati Leanll'I'.to JackolVlllo 700 a
v k a. m. Retumlnr
lL ir1 1 : Iargec8/f/ number of the ',moat valuable the morality' and social habits of the 1 S 0 o r Jacksonville 8 40 a m.

Indian ounce owned by any person on women are largely: regulated by the 0N. M -
''' > the Paolflo ooart. The collection in val: "
they receive Spe.kloggeD.rall"where 4
wages p Only Line Through the B

t ... bed at. $10,000.__ _. ,...-t..i wages are good, social habits are / d w w 'Country of Bay.Middle Leave lorlda JackDonvllleT1forlJLkeClty Pen
"1J1.? .:The OD. bar: Henry' Keppei, the on a oorre pondlagl7/ high levelwhere; a, of the :live Oak Madison

'Itji ;"i 1; 'IlT' "father of the British navy," who hat : are low the reverse Is to be found. a1 11K A TallabaeeeeRlverJunetlonPenavoh. '' .n 1*
wages wr jtIRIDACENTKAL New and ...
'a Orleans sa, !
to'l Just celebrated biB eighty-eighth birth* theCornet. Meilw i
This statement suggests the true solution and Iornla and the Carrie. 81|U;
t, ;; flay, still remain on the active Hit and ryq c R.R. No. 1 arrives" Jacksonville T:.68 a.m.Leave .
lg+t i ', :; I* 18.yean older than lord John Hay, of great social problems, In relation .to : al PENINSULAR and Conntoilont. -

who II next la seniority.: women. Their inferiority, and alleged a w .
---, riv m A. Jacksonville 9:18: a.m.for Stub.]
Few public men are more enthaiiaatlo weakness do not arise so ranch' from any dD PLO .thorne. Sliver Spring; Ocala, flameivUlTr
.
,) over baseball than Assistant Secretary physical, mental or* industrial' 'short' ,.n s w.,away, r.r.susses Key Orlando, Wlldwood, Laoooohee LeeabnrgTavares, Dade City riff ri,,

t") 4i1 pf State William B. Day. Away back comings as> from pecuniary disabilities. 'Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville:Up.m.

J ;3tr ". la the early seventies the judge covered Aa a rule, 'men hold the purse strings.. NASHVILLE, ROUTE-Thronrli Pullman Sleepers, Via Fverett, Macon Atlun
Naahvllle
; Chattanoog.I. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p. m.. arrive '.00 next p. m. Leave l\ul
i" 't ''f j' the first'' base for the 'University of Men-made' laws restrict the power of 9.00 a. m.; arrive Jacksonville 8:10: next a. m.

Michigan team and still carries couple women over property In'ways which do f1LMtW1J berland 8ilS a.Sound.m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick. ".by: the Cumberland ,Route ..t.eamer.4. o

of 0l'OOked1lcvl' M a remit Dot apply to themselves. Men' have endeavored r AOO p. m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quieted n
', boo P. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville:I p "
Sir John Kirk British consul
a onoe to. obstruct equal wages for r t..0i4O P. M.,-For Tampa and Intermediate point Pullman( sleepers. Arrive Jacksonville;.*
ffJ at Zanzibar is k.d:7SAFETY for Cincinnati via Ashevllle leaves Jacksonville at
general jwhose name associated Through Sleepers 7.00 p. m., trrlm I
.t )G equal Fork where the sex Is concerned. villa IMp. m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a.m, ,
with African from _
discovery __ __ __
f ul Every' 'advance of woman KJ; wider.pher I For Macon Atlanta; two Trains Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:la a. m. and 7:00: p.m.
t the days of '''Lbla toDe, Burton, Speke rr-: SUMMER RA'1'Es: to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.Pullman .

1 fend ,, Grant to those of Stanley, has reelved of employment or\to :higher .remuneration COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !1I ff Send Sleepers for Best on Indexed all Night Township Trains. Map Parlor of cars Florida between to Jacksonville and Tampa.

; the degneOf< doctor' of aoienoetfoaa for their services. has been regarded I i N. S. PENNINGTON, A. .O. MACDONELL,

;t Cambridge dbenJty't'' as an attack upon male prllIegee.b'1'lu' :; :Finest Cuisine and S...._. No Transfer between Jawksonville-and: _York. Traffic Manager. General Passenger i

t c { o Estrada Palma, the head of the Cuban able women are" still boycotted from many The Tlest Is composed of the following Handsome New.Steel! Steamers I

1 Junta in this country! has sent a ma- walks of life. The aggregate: result of '

r ; .- "'...... to Senator Mason of Illinois to be : all this to political desuetude and social "C maDc 1e', (Dew)|. "Algonquin," "Iroqnois,'' "Cherokee," "Semlnole.. Florida. East Coast
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rf'pl liven .to fell little daughter Winifred., demoralization. / Ry,,

r, IIr. Palm i.make this present in reo.ognitioa *::.t' .''I/I/ North-Bound. ;

+ Hi* oft Senator Mason's. services --,*.. .11'' Steamers! are appointed to according to the tide. .Tins* TaM. I*.. Oervwetoil<< te>.f... a. 1.".
,. Tuesdays and Thursdaye.I'rom .
From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays
II for free Cuba. \!, 'TREES AND'' LUMBER. CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
It I TtM late sugar king, Theodore,Havemeyer -'' For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line"Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Dews). NORTH BOUND (R.adUp>.
n S B B S I *'
who was also consul general at cubic 67.07 s e .t No 7X .0
i' qi L A foot of logwood weighs South-Bound. ...... L...,...... .. ; : 'liioaTOte ...... Nil
New York for Austria during ,the last pounds. appointed to sail from Pier:20, East River New York at 8 m. ar follows rForCHARLlCSTON ...... Ar ..it.. t. A.tattia..i.Lv.. 0. "H" n.
a :10 yean, found' a very' peculiar method Steamers! are 8.0.l. -. MondaystWedne.days and Fridays ...' .,. ...... ...:......$,. Ar.(uitlu.......-AT : ..... ...... ...
The strength of wood increases with JACKSONVILLE, FIo&.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. : Il o ...... ...... .B&8 agar. ...., a"VI> ...... ...... ...... ,..
?s' for handling the impecunious Austrian its density, ill> For .. ...... ...... 'n..Ba, Palatte.Palatka. .. .... ...... ...... "" ,.
,2+ boblemen who frequently came to him Engldnd' and Southern Lin'es. (Freight only.) ..11 ...... .... Ar......... .... .....i;. 4 !lap! ... ...... ../.... ...
+' White poplar: weighs 88.08 pounds to ,Clyde New 1 ...... ...:. LvAr.......... l.tD.\\....... ribp ...::: ...... ...... .N
'for financial .....taDoe. He used to put k (Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways) ...... 1 ...... :..... ........Aw Matee. loa ........ ...
the cubic foolSatinwood
them to work in th.: refineries 'makingsugar ( ...... 1 .. ..... ...... Lv..baa Mat.o..Ar... 866 p ..... ....' "
weighs oXf1:pounds tothe STEAMERS k'DELAWARE" AND "OEO. W. CLYDE"are ...... Ml ...... ...... .........i...Osmond.; ..... ...... *u6p : : .... .::.. ,.
( barrels. appointed to sail follows i ...... .. .... ...... ,.. .. ..DaTtoaa.; ......... a4S.
8arD..o !'wben'' cubic foot of Street,Jacksonvile. as LewTs Wharf Boston, ...... ...... ....,. ........PortOrange.' ;: .'. ,. .82p........ ....n., ...
Barney boy Hogan From
a once foot .
: From FRIDAYS.Clyde's ._ ...... l .0 ...., NM Sm ........ flop ...... ...... ...... .n
,,married potatoes and coal for an old man Pitch pine, on account of the oharao- THURSD..Y8. ; 11 .,.n. : ..... ...:..r..OakHW .......t' 1W/ |> ...... ...... ...... .N
+ "t la order to earn BO cents to buy' a much .er of its sap, requires' an .ppanatlJ.t>>- ::.:.. :...... :.........Titurriile. ,....... l6llp. ...... ...... ..._"
... .. /
.... ..... Feint,.... 1:1110"w:
'' coveted necktie. The old nan gave him normal time for seasoning. St. Johns River Line. :...:. Up ...... .........Q&, ,_......... :: ...... .... ...... .n
80 cents after the work ...... 6 :, .. ...... ......... : enl ........... tal s ...... ....:: ......
\nly was over, LIT oak, when green, weighs 78.78 ...... .. ...... ..........n GallIe......... 111t600. ..... ....,. ..... :i
y lh and Barnato earned the rest of the money pounds' to the cubic foot; when wella.a.caed'I (BE BART LINE) !i;, .... 4 ep ..... .... ...... ......" .barno ....... llluu: .... ..... ...... ..
tiy doing conjuring tricks in saloons and : ,88.'II pounds to the cubic Jacksonville Palatka, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. .:.... S 5p.....;. ..,. ...... ". .....,...Melbourne.1 .......' N ld.11Ua!:. ..... :..... .........

rr passing>> round the bat afterward. ':::::: ..... ... .:::;: .. :::: :.q..Roselend.w.,:Pebastlnn.:::::::.:,:: 10 :::::: ::.: ::::::.ii
I m L ookVirginia I 'The elegant Sldewheel Steamer- .... ..450p .... .:... ...... ...:......b: .. Luole.......... 114 .. ..... .....
yellow pine when freshly "OI'CY'OF: ; JACKSONVILLE" 4, ...... I98p ....,. ...,, lOOa .. ......,.Fort' Pieroe.. M 6U..r.. .. ..... ...-.1
J ChlaasjB,Versws Bestoa.Mr. cut 47.8 cubic foot '..' ....;'. e.ap ...... a 07a .......... Bd weighs pounds per 'C PT..W..BH.A.W. ...... t .... :,.. this ..........J.n..a .. ..... .67. ...... ..... ...... .
t, : Faokingham of Chicago-Can I After.two 7ear.' drying this weight toreduced ,/ ...... 148p ...... ....:: 8..,laTlla ::sari....:Btn.rt.: :...'..... '' II 4111< ...... ... ....
UM .<,I.,i'., ,Is appointed. .to'sail aa follows t ...... 'Olp r..... .. ... .... ..... '. 8 aria ...... ..... ..... ,
7O'II1oocI night 84.8
'&' to pounds. Leaves Jacksonville, i" Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8.30 p. m. ...... f HP ...... ..::y 813& ,...JIi..jf.AUnI.; ... ...: 81.s. .. ..... .....;
''i': Kill P1II'p1eOOU of Boston-That's aqueer Immature wood-that is,' the wood of Leaves Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9.00 a. m. ...... 1 Mp ...... .... Ma ,."..W....t Jupiter, .:.... e IAa..+::.. ..... ......It.U
,jy question to ask.. 'Yon to NORTH BOUND. ...... liOKp ...... ;.....lOaua iYl..l. tea ... "'
ought a tree which has not attained its fullgrowth SOUTH BOUND. BCHKDULK.Jacksonville.. Read ...... lOp ..... ...... .11 0usiAr.Weft, Palm BricL..Lv. 7 24a..1.1. '
know physical powers better than Read down. op. ...... i .. ...... ....... .
...
Ida your;.Cleveland leader. -to said not to be so durable. ; as Leave. 8-30 p. m. ......................... ..........._............. Arrive 3.00 a. m. ...... III 4ID;'..............Hasp fl5p .t./.,..jrortLauderdaie..LlatoO..I. .....M40tp IIIiIs ... ...:.... ....... i
the wood of a fully grown tree., 8.45" p. m. .... ..:....,,:..........Palatka.u......................... Leave 8.00 p. m, ......1. ..... ...... ........JLemon ctt,........ 'ORa+. .... ..... ... .. .
i u 8.00 a. m. .:,...:;..".....,:....... ..i A.tor.............................. ," 3JM p. m. ......Ie.. ..... ...... 61Up Ar..UIa..L... 'tell. ...... ..... ......_.
; "- ..- The highest trees in the world belong .4 4.30: a. m. :,.......................St. Francis... ..:.................... r> 1.00 p. m.
to a species of eucalypti found in Australia. "'' s. m..u. ; .... Hereford...'........,.............. 11 JO aa. m. A. *W. B&ANOH.BTATION3. Train. 83, 811, 8'7 and .. b***"***
', Cnrrie What .is the difference be- .. eon: a. m. .............s.,.i..J... .......... .... .. 11.00 a. m. lOo'ril1o aDa.. tji. AurtutimdaUv.Train :
t Sweep along ton and short ton of coal Single specimens have grown to Arrive 8-30 a. m. ,....... .....,,.i.... ....Sanford..i' ;.............. 9.00 a. m. a jNo. a. No. 4. U08 etwe.n Miami an* J
: a a height exceeding 400 feet .. 025 a. ... .....................I...Enterprise.: .'........................ ." 9.80 a. m. 1 J19 ....ITew Smyrna.t..Ar.|l ISo 'f1Zji Pieroe daily: ezneot Sunday.
BlIIIare-'l'he mifter. to paid for digging ....tkeHeleu..Lv.t I| 8frp, 4 Up Train Cu between For, FlewtSitap .
long ton'" and, the consumer' to The ,hardest varieties of trees, such Gen'l .Passenger:,,and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ....Orange Oitr._..LT.l| 10p 8 Miami dr If, ezoept MondeIII *
ol ak <
:: : : 7ft sonth
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send with short. tons.=: New York' are mahogany, ebony and lignum vitte, J .Oraa ( Olty..Lv.Ua Stow ttne Trains dally signs Sunday.

Journal l f grow, in tropical, climates ,, bat' their Jiro.I HOWARD. Superintendent. .H.IBOVMOVOKB,JR.,Pie,Pass.......
wood does not season aa well. that of Foot Hogan St. 2O4 w.n.Bay. Bt, The eS.s-.r
.
i ... .. ..... .'
,i, o.e La g trees in tba temperate aonea.-8t Louis JACKSONVILLE FLA. '" ..YC v
daod-Ther. thing more pleasant '' i "it '
Oob.D.moce'al.irig, THBO.G.BoG_,T.M., W.H.WABBCBTOK,E.P..A., M.H.CLYD.A.T.. M. S S BISCAYN e. .
than WfJfcftM talk
to wlthth
,,tt one NEW TORK. I
5 BOWLING GKKKN
,' yon lore best.I "" .-<.'," I,': stMfMaod ; I ,tt!II't j, L.aa4rP. ,,- ".JtsavpoUtedtoPertoralServloeaefanowettVasjVja : ;" 1.

I -I should think yon would gal ''WM: P. .CLTDE CO.. General rents. a
!Ball tells that be ha
me although IS So. DelawT. ...:PJaUa4.lpbla. iOAia ref wI*Tract ttirBBTSOOa
10 JO
,tired ofTopics. your own company.) -Town Bowllns.Green New Tork.: p. .Wedneedaye and aataidars. Conn tIDe
.. inherited a fortune, ho sets his alarm ,
.I olook faf* in the morning seasons. LcaIre DI' : >.m. TuMdaya an41'11daT., l
A-/- Oo. Miami with Train 710 tollalWla.---
>> neo latB4
r .. OwBloat Mad ,..... e .

l "Wh"m.d. Bleacher break i off that "Habit drt" '. J.>A ss wr J.Do B.AJIfJIII. __ +
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) Southern ) ..... ..... ... _
t' : ; Baton with Miss Soberlyr" "No. Ha says h. like to wake up ; Anrm.nmi .

.'"" "\- "She refused to have the wedding at and enjoy the sensation of not gettingup :t Pia

,, ffr; an' hour 'that would not conflict with to go to work.: Cincinnati EnOjrirer. ':

'* t..... '.. the' baseball ,am..".Detroit, VreeIress !M RaH\Vay.IBSOL ., The Tropical Trulik L11101 e


,t' Wkat mat Th..gtl.. WANTED FAITHFUL' MEN OR TELY THE SHORTEST ROOTE ,

",' Young Artist (who baa had all his established house to travel In Florida.for responsible Salary Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa

.i pictures rejected)-I don't* sea why they 1780 and expenses. Position perman 1T OtyeH) :PULLMAN' DRAWING BOOK OARS DINING OAB*. JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE. Keqeiver._
'J'1 didn't hang my work. ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
TZOZOVG: =?ASX OOAOBXS: VJl:8'1'mVLED'rUmS.: SOUTH 1.NORTtNO. -
His Slater I ... ,
I guess they thought .tamped envelope. The National, .Star Time Table la Effect Sept. 5,"07.Lv 33.TSoam: No. '/8.
; 2i41.1 hanging' wan too good for it-Brooklyn Insurance Bld Chicago.. No. No.208 No. Sli. No.83
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:::::::: Local: *9 45p1020p '01288a& .......JACKSONVILLE. ...Ar S fa=..
> Ufa. u' NORTH EAST: AND WEST. .......e. Mixed ..";.........Orange Park......... .... 6 lI'Jam8011p"
\'F': ....... be M..t.' Grove ,. ........ MoW'y toaopHOlp 944x........ .........Peorla.............,.. B .........
Orange and Residence ... .
<< \\ff; and Fri .. .... ........ ". "" '
e I; Hewitt-What did your I stenographer for Sale. :.,..,:. ......... looeaio'ioa .. ...Green? Con.pringi. : .... ... beam"ft'ooam 1148'r.t.
........ ... ...... ... ...
TWO EAST .Boetwlclt.
DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN "
4: mean by saying that this was the last A flue and garden property of FLORIDA. AND THB .... 11 6AR'1215a .. .... ..... ..l"aIa'lra.:..._....... JOOp4MP" 11
r r:. ,II day yon would ever dictate to her' grove a B B BB w B w + ....:.:. 13 43p 12 49 a II 18a 1-.j... Satsoma.......'......... 6:18am: I'
I 1:1: acne, fronting on the 1 Indian R..raDd and ? ........ 1 Up14ftp Iota 112f1a..,...... ..Pomona..)............. 414amSMam lpPmaJ >
:tt. i Jewett- I'm to marry her tomorrow. extending back to the county roadat W..ctoa Southwestern Limited ...,... 140 a 1139| .......Crescent City Junction....... rp/
'.) ,-New York Sunday JournaL Sharpes-about Id.miles south ofTitusvilleknown ........ 13I'p 3 19 a828a n IYA.. r..,.........Seville.....:....., ... 840am a6SpmP
And the United States Past MaiL ........ 400 p U22auarp .. .... ...DeLeon Springs. ..." 8 02 am .P
\ aa the Brook place; I ,..... 430 p 3 61 a ..............4 Glenwood .....:...'..:.. IMam 'OP8WP"1 'J
,,' ..al W.rk.I 600 bearing trees; good house, four .? ..: OIOp'500519401 ... .......Beresford...... ........... S30amliw'am !!:liP'",

{ The 'J.'nmp-O. you tell mo how I room. and kitchen; servants' house and OILY M BOUB8. JiqCBOVTILLB TO WA8HI50TON.OHLT ................: 53S 430 p p ................ 12 19 00p:aoa Ar Ly} ..........,................--4 ...._,.,.4. {IL. .................... 'f aoplist9.'.-.

', .. .an get some work. sir packing house. Price, $4,600.00. 27 HOURS JAOIS05VILLB. TO 5ETT TOXX.oMTisSSiamTrihis all p ........ 1818p903p ..............Enterprl.............. .......... tIOalUIII.J.
'! f Apply to-" .. :a...:.: ........ ,... Ar .TITU8VILLK.. Lv : :
{ The 'Ottiaan (tl1)-YeI'' buy a BOBBINS OB4JI.uI.AttJ'l. ........ ...... ..a...I.. .....'...........Paola.n.............. ......:... .,.
\\iJ!: 'w;, bicycle :and try to keep it clean.- ;* nan-I ef Lateet..yr...d Pans Sle....sfOare sS iEsS..Dh ....... .......:: ..:...1",. ,.........Sorrento................. ........:: 1116ar..'
I Yonkers Statesman for oWDent .tat Oars Satwaca wltkeat........*. w......... ............ ,. ........ ........ ........ 4 Sop :::...,>.......Mt.. Dora.............- .. ........ "100' ,or'
Fla. .. .
Tltusvllle .
: .... .
488p .............Tavares..LvSanford
fllladalnals.Hew. Turk..* Ue Bast I ........ "e'id'y 5 346. a "1 *'P Ar.............. ..............Lv. ,311' ,
... ........ ..........Altamont Springs.! ......... -
...::::. ....... .. ........ .....W..Mrl'ark.... .......
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAV'INQ-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE, ........ :....... 506 a I SOp .........*......Orlando. ...... 121 1 P m
........ ........ ...............X1eem.Az..BaJ'toW.-. <.:.........
TWEEN JACKSON 1LLEAND NASHVtLLE. ....... Je.........Lv nrl. .
CANDY ::::::.: ;....... 7 40 a :lOp ......,r,......1Me1aD4... ............ -'4RPB1 l100a. .
........ ....... 'toa.IOp! ............. .Bartow...........*.... tswpmoopm
Through. Aleeptaf 1 ; Car* Dally Jacksonville to :....... I: lOp Ar..J'lmta Oorda..... ....Lv. f > 103111.
CATHARTIC .::::::. ........ .15 a 5 IIIP Ar..mpe..L. .
Cincinnati via ...... ... ., .. ..-
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Ashevllle Through the .Tampa Bay Hotel.Ar. -,
'J! *.t" .:.h... ::::::: soft a loop ....::.... Port Tampa...........ice .TJSpin The1ao r
\ 'LAND OP THB SKY ........ .ItemOeSat.. 10 lOp LT............Port...... .......... SWpm0SOpm a'
t M. ........ Tnes* ...... =:...i'
It "T 11 1 ,,) Friday. 300p ** ......, &ey West..Lv
I ........ WedandSa/ I ... ... ....... &_. .......... .. 12 10III
lee aVlallad tefwrniaSMai SM to .. .. .... .
I f .. MMO..m a reu.rwMe.e. .... '
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-, ssxr age *.,W a.wraaSVBalaw.r, 'or' .._!._ _. I aFell te l Daily t Dairy ezeep! *IlIaD"" rilta"V
Mr. Trains!at and 82 Carry: Through :
CONSTIPATION
"i\" ,, CURE :ks ; Indian River steamers(new line leave Tltoavlll lrOndy. 5114 Tb.rlUnr.
"v, .'tL.A..117XA!, i! lt'Ise Aat.I.1. West >Bajr tots**. J.. ..TflU.1U.* Cocoa.IIoe. lCaa Gallic.MtltxmriM and intermediau
e wttk fftSESiafes
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101 '.' ''t.. ..., .. ... _r-__. ........ I ....... AaL. 1.6. Owls tar.: p Mfg a:d0. Btwoks.aM kA;, .."yfDI'W.Je' rss,,
..n,, r ::4 Ltr .. .............. a. .-.,..... wising: at OekW CI .e a.m..L.eanshee e.,....TarpoIa .... : '
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INDIAN RIVEK ADVOCATE;;. NOVEMBER ,iW; 1897.STAGE Tw ',A

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GLINTS. A. 1atI-..., NO"VV OPJt.uSr.; .
__. -,|.-., ....niton. "Do : ,:EEOTI'IJLSI.: : ."
:you regard tbat politician
Otrard.has returned>< DI Inquired Senator Sor WHITENS CdTT AGE: Rockledge Ha .
Auld. ,
.the sudevill. ghum's friend. :' .
to"r. n
raIII- hits been'uogaged forFylel' "Reliable! echoed the senator: "I Pleasantly located ...NEW YORK...
04(} near the large hotels. Large .1.7 rooms: Good Table. .
"Flower MO'JIe. should say so. If that man were to give Pure filtered rain JlI11 fI
water. Terms, $1.50 per day} '7 to 10 per week.. : .
Wolfe hat gone to Paris me a tip on the market. I'd back it;'WIthm1' w
de last dollar." J. J. WHITE Proprietor. BRIYOORT HOUSl, .'
from Marcel Prevost.lir Washington Star. Iii .A t Ii '
play
I ;liJ

ID his I over monthll'.taT 48000. No 11.. For 0.:.. I t'

pocketed Little Knut-Mamma, didn't the HOTEL COQUINA{ "' -
ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA FLA.
the leading lady ,
foitne jeTeTgb Waite will be comedy companies.Iwnrd missionary ba-Tamba don't any that wear the people clothes in Tam- 1)i1l1,1) 5 i i .,4h'iffi

.
''ot the Kingling Mother-Yes any Open for Winter Season of 4808, Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing fishing and
Arlingto that's what he said. I; p. :
will, take out Blue Jeans"! next Knnt-Then why did papa drop a Wheeling. Sea Food Specialty."A; f.I
button In the ? Chriatiania *': .
plate Vi. .VININO. A SEISER, .Proprietoas.
McKee Rankin has been engaged kingen. !! 1 .f... ..
L Toast of "What Happened tot : llij: 'I'I .z
be "a : ,' : B' ., i: ,I I;,

will to t-:. !,!. Ii 1;..
return
[rll loa ned Stndholme season in''a burlesque ': SOUTHERNERS.... The Holly Inn *:* Daytona Fla. !CSDi:; ft!!'!! .A..!. =-: ''lcI ii.

Town.',' ]= .f '
I"In 'handsome VISITING NEW YORK CITY will : 3J.., ro.r: II II rrossk.Ies -; "I:
hi I .Reid, known 1111 a find good accommodations, at reasonable D. L!I! uauo 4Q1t w urwr II .4.,!! ;pf
Twill play "Homespun Hearts, a prices, at 74 Clinton Place. Located on the beautiful Halifax. i'2i"' \!I1j iaMatAuasn uoaoamon .! ....rS .- it,4a ,
I of his own make, next season. One door from Fifth Avenue, and close 'Mw 9g LLN.uxl us.eaaaawa !t a

ere is serious opposition in London' to Washington: square. Very central. The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any In the city. .d anwrat oanxaaus. & ,., 1 :, 11 f.
,
Refer to editor of this
of of plaYLe1 paper. :; wteauuuui
plots ,1u.N.
H, publication 8 141.1! i :I
A00aS .
GrundY heads the movement. 0. 'UOWES, : .w nWtcln.all i >/I '
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,1 company Dan rum,are the the Chinese attraction actress at, The Swannanoa II. 4 \ Proprietor. I i} i! Vala .. Ma WJL i 311!II; II v t.Jlt t.

leach Street Chinese theater, BOBItchie !
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ASHEVILLE N. C.
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C ''ST if'Io'
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Jlt _
'' will with Ver- The :Hotel: PlacideJACK8ONTIIXE. O 8na '
ling appear THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, : III a:
.
lanr f891.
and Smith'soperetta <
Koven ary iili i
K Jirbean in De there is no better conducted hotel In ,, r
"A Paris) Doll" nut sea. Ashevllle. The popularity of The Swan- FLOEIDA.' w .. .. '
nanoa is due to its unique location, its it
for homelike atmosphere, the excellence of In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between; east and west _.- T-
m Canby la said to be arranging one block from Bay. Everything entirely new.W Elegantly furnished throughout
,
its cuisine and its very moderate prices. {* THEYFLORIDA '
a opera in London,where be mayBge $2.50 per day. Liberal weekly rates.' Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all.tralns. Terms $2.60 per day and
piinoipals for a company of bisKneit upwards. Special rates by the week. N. E. WARD, Proprietor.HoTEI .
R.. R. RAWL9, .
.
Lawson will be seen next sea Central, on street car line. Prop.

Krt as Bill Bobson's Baw production,*the schoolteacher. of "TheKins. ,:in ASHEVILLE, NX c. : : coNo=.Iz; -, East Coast Hotel System


." MIAMI FLORIDA.-
Advertise in and .
'
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play by Walter Frith, called .* I .
new Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one
of the Gods,V.will be pro- w*
e Mills block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay. States
Kd Mr. and Mrs. Kendal in Lon- And Other .East Coast Hotels '
by Subscribe for *** $2 per day and upward. Special rates by; week or month. :
in the autumn. *


TROTTER AND PACER. THE DAILY DAYTON IAN Reached only by I '

the meeting scheduled for July at; Seminole Hotel 'The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami.

Kdior, Ontario has been postponed .Oil Daytona, Fla. The :Miami A Key West Steamship. Line from Miami to Key West.. l'
For Schedule see 6.
HI Angnstfcr. OPEN ALL THE YEAR page
J. a Wearer of Philadelphia has The only: Dally Paper betweenSt. "
OP T
chased the blown mare Madara. by, Augustine and Key West. ,WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. .NO"'VV .& '

The reported price is$1,000. Dally news despatches.The hotel ST. AUGUSTINE. Hotel Alcazar; Jc. pyraeen4upwud'sp.elatvre.kly: "'' "
; ,
antara. This Is substantially built of brick:, and tan every convenience Close to ;
If.Perry Stackhonse. the well known largest local circulation In Day the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, ,
Etaoky trainer who, wan\\\ recently tona, and is read In every town betweenSt. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day ana KEY WEST--Hotel Key West, /and :: :
E by Brack payne; was not seriously Augustine and Key West, on tbe upwards; special rates by the week or month., '' i rLeon U. Culejr', Kanapr
.
GEORGE
ZAPF
End, East Coast.Advertising Proprietor.
Send to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the last: Coast.
Bough Honey, the bay gelding'that rates I Subscription: I

E the 8:00 class for pacers at CarnePa. on application.. I I One year, $4; Six I awI Invlt your Attention to my Complete Stock of ,.#,, 0. B. KNOTT,
| ., is by Progression and is driven ...... I months, 200. General. Superintendent Florida East. Coast Hotel System: N'y.

[J. W. Bayles. Address tbeDAYTONIAN -4 SARDWARR AND, CROCKERY 4- .'
i
old mare by y.
8 bay
Uiy Bloom, a -year- PUBLISHING Co. (Inc.),
ton-cot of May Morning;by Danieltbert \ '
won the 8:45 class for UottersRockport Daytona, Fla. Glassware, Lampe and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods,'Stoves, Tinware, GranIteware giCotta.: '
doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream '
O. freezers, Quick meal gasoline .to'gesLBlue Flame kerostne oil stoves, garden tools, '

Rent, by Direct I.a 8-year-old trot- River Route. plows and harrows, paints and oils, Frujt- jars and Jelly glasses,, poultry nettingand Palm: :: S'troo't" T:>Tltxi.aiTrll.lo,. F1A:,, ,+
lin Monroe Salisbury's' stable thatlently Suwanee barbed wire,
in Centrally located. between both depots; Airy rooms, good table; pure driuktBates' ;
stepped a half 'in 1:06)4. aleal Harrison Bros' ,Ready Mixed Paints. I lag water. '

Denverm;"'7' 182.00: per day; special rates by the'week or month.
; Please Write :me for Prices i relJtll11l solicit a pop .
while being exercised recently at; GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA tlonlof your imtroiutKe. Mail Urdera given Prompt and Careful Attention, and Inquiries for CHIC F. FUIOHER. ,'.Proprietor
loholasville, Ky. a 8-year-old filly byImlico R'T., To all Points North and prices answered promptly. "' ''''9J',' a
reared and fell backward Northwest, Via JY;. m. Gs-Zti'UJdtJbJJbrl.' : --..-- -- -- ,
.
eking her neck. Palatka'Tifton, Macon and Atlanta. a.i I West Palm Beach, Fla. tof), J, G. BAST.,4I :

The great brood mare Boadioea, by Low rates to all Sumner Resorts; exceptionally .
unblotooian, died recently in foaling Low Rate!!! to Nashville, now =IArT Z 7 R 2307," ? ; 'rtev.
sale at following rates: .
on
the Patohen Wilkes farm, Lexington '
tnrf, Field and Farm.\! \Ten day limit Tuesday and Thursday:
Plainer John Tilden recently drove From Palatka, $14; Jacksonville, $12.80TwentY' I-- ., TITUSVILLE.
day limit, every day: ;
la T over the Bed Oak (la.) mile Palatka, $19.25; Jacksonville, 17.60 !$ Indian .Iliver.
wk in 2:113. Tilden is now in. the October 31at, every day: *

tral New York circuit Palatka, $26.25; Jacksonville, $.2..00The' Who arc Seeking a Home in the Fla.-,
The Historical
Trainer Nethaway has e'Yl.otly Scenic Route.
got a Harry fast campaigner in the bay, Battlefields Route. Full Information, \ .; ';*' s ', J. !0. BAST 1.

in Florence O. 'At Rookport, 0., :re- Sleeping De obtained car reservations by'writing, maps or calling, etc., South should send,.to the undersigned HAITAOBB.! rid'

Dtly she won the 9:88 olasa.for pacers can HUGH L. RICHARDSON Gen'l Agt.JaoSrsonvtlla z--
straight heats in 2a3M, 8:95. 9:88. upon % Open All Tile Yeae.Only .

Senator has thus far. been fttfor a of the
A, 21:10. G. A. MCDONALD, G. P. A. j copy .-
ren no fast miles by his ,owner and
iver, Clarence Alexander. Senator Aa Wm. C. SHAW, Vlce-pest, -a few minutes*

horse that comes to'his speed slow- Macon, Ga. Florida East Coast Homeseeker. walk from Railway stations x,
and is always best the latter end,, of and Steamboat land' l.
ID811. vrfllOn
e season. i'' DO YOU WANt SOMETHINGGOOD p
II the banks of the
--'_ 3.far-famed Indian River. 4.
TREES AND LUMBER.The We have lands for Fruit Growing, .Trnohlog, Tobacco Growing, and for .
CHEAP 1An ? ...
AND
Spanish yew is a heavy wood a Winter and Summer Homee.'Climate the healthiest in the United States.

blo. foot weighing 60.48 pounds. abstract showing perfect title will Apply to HOTEL, ALGONQUIN

.DoaUn...". is a speckled stain apwing be furnished to each purchaser of any .,
on the bark or wood of a tree. of the following lands In Bre vard county: 'JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner!
north side of Main -M. W BATMAN, Proprietor, E
the
"Brash"wood is porous, of a reddish Right front; on FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
ter. street, Tltusville. Riparian rights extend ST. AUGUSTINE: JTLA.i' ..
very friable and regarded a to the channel, and the City Wharf ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. ; tv"
goof age and decay.. extends along the lot on the south side. / f 'l New furniture ,,and Fixtures throachoat.Xleotrlo .
Lumbermen say that the best times There is a large warehouse on the lot at : belle in...,_.... Fronting ite OU
' the year for felling timber are bid- the bulkhead of the City Wharf which JJ lave Market saofMisa.' Overlooking the Bay, ii
inter and midsummer /goes with the property, and 1,000 feet of with flue oaean view An white llel,. Rates
rentable property along the city landing. 93M pew day and upward.. Special weekly rates..temple ;
"Dry rot" is the putrefaction of the including warehouse, ,. .
room.Travelers'
Price of property
getable albumen in wood and can be It. ;
LANE
MUSIC CO
2000. &
MANIER
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vented only by some process of bard .* ,
"Ing or this element land In the
extracting isiyonr and a half acres of .
The bed proper of. seasoning is that southeast quarter of southeast quarterof }Iotel.r"J
ooompliihed: by placing lumber under section 20, township 21, south range
the J. T. A
T sheds, leaving it entirely open toWatlon 85 east, at Mime station, on Ititus

but protected from rain K: W.. This R'y, is four In the mesviile. western north part of of the- 4 CoI lover Fischer Kingsbnry Franklin Bay Street, -. '. Jacksonville l Fla. a'
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varies .
The time for seasoning wood Turnbull hammock, and has l been all t!..
7 greatly, attending,from weeks in cleared ready to be set to orange trees. I This hotel Is now under new management. and baa been thoroughly renovate tit

M ease of son timbers to many Price 820The ..;.;; throughout. < ,

"nth* ,or yean in the) ease' of bard. ---- PIANOSCHICAGO Baa meets all Trains/and Xleetrio. Cars pass, door. Bath rooms and''.:aOConveniences 1!
"sswood. i southeast qnarterj/ the' northwest .1r ,floor. f"f a
on every ICI
Timber ia J>ert=hardened'and ..... quarter of section 18. township M. I ,. A OPEN ALL Tm DAB. +
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by withdrawing its fluid oonstitnU. south range 35 east; 40 acres. O.1t COTTAGE a
hardening its ,albumen and flll- of this Is excellent muck hammock land.-- It land fa altuated and( ORGANS..... Hates:-American Plan. $9 to $150; European, Wo to $1. Speelal by the wok: )//fI'

I the oslLi tares possible with an- the other half la of Mrs. RILEY Proprl.tra.>.
yes mn
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within three-gaarttre of a' Lowest .. ,.. .
Mptio Prices Terms
preparation*. wAs and four miles north of ; Easy :

a rale tale which grow in mats TltnsVnieT tloflA very desirable property.JIoad -;
ronn4 produce wood-that la more sap pa-Ies through the property to the''
y ad I.M durable thajBtboM which ..tiOD. Price$20a Write for Catalogues. STANTOr HODSE.D .

*<>* on dry earth. To this rule, bower ----, MAKIKR'* LANK MUSIC COMPACT, '-, "
there 'are several notable exoepSt. ST. IXCUt BnrE.
* .- Lsjda Globe-Demooraa. OJf section TB 82. towpbip n. oath *,Let Bay Street JncksonvllUi, Fla J. JONES, -.,.r; .Proprietor..1,
Lot 4. ,
M M MBHMMieMIIBHeM nacre.. This ,- "
41 east;, coDtaialog .
range '
Lord Wolseley is not likely to retain tract b"a quarter of a ml1e few front b.-lred 08 the B&sJlOOpff dij." Speelil 1'nist:to': A,
and lies a .
* My length -ef time;bid position. 8t. Lode 1Uver. Eat: r .J:,
Florida
Baiaaader ivcbief of thaBritiab army. test west of where the It was a 'I ,. .... "",
* III +fflletsAwUfaV__of the at mJa. Coast 11:1' crosses and fa'the excellent rlYer. pineapple i TANTZD-FArrUFUL XZ1doR .-We have Just rtoeived aaotber sup- l ",t f.t"'(.
* .. The 'M U ales front will sot >|.tokswo seed, -
doctors yerySssgrs4Ma
declare that acre. W. VV -woeses*to travel forrsspoaelbl.' fly; of -
Pric.135per '
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7 1aDcL established IIoaM fat Florida." Salary, bleb grWb.glvemawwyilevaoy pavanelap Two Mlnut .IWan. ,trom JOHATTANOOQA .l.h4

tamwhr=: awA MbolhS .cut--.this.... ..lot.. ..to$,o tbe 8781 and expense ''Position.. ....... tHUp 'I' tCOMt. Calia ..*1.DepOt.. .. Y .1to'. J'''. ':,
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.' INDIAN R1VXB ADVOCATE 'NOVEMBBB 19. 1887.'' ''I' :' I

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1! J. P. tOVETT. .

\' ." ERI5VARP. COUNTY PROCEEDINGS COMMISSIONERS Titusvillc Barber Slop ROBBINS & GRAHAM ___LO""V.e::.TT': &, ,CARROZL: : : 8.:W. c .

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';'<, ,:>,,: ,d\,, TJrUIt"ILLB.; ,FLA.,"Nov 11, 1887. ,Call,at the above place and\ get your y GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kin
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'dO' :7fle Board 'Count/ Commissionersmet I
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ti a l }fjajaa iiii' ':.,\ :' last week pursuant to adjournment. Hair Cat; Stave &Shampoo WILL PRACTICE IN 'STATE AND Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
1 I Present: W. C. Sharpe chairman; J. .. Solicits.
r \ Mendel J. N,, Waller ,J. R. Walker; J. all done UNITED STATES COURTS. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
or Tonsorial work of kinds by .
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\\if Hou8tpnA. A. Stewart clerk J. P. '
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Brown, sheriff. It.;, MEAfcOR: : Prop., --
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.." ; { PINEAPPLE PLANTS The The minutes followingjbusineBS\ of the lust was meeting transacts were: Washington ave.,, Tltusville. Fla. 4 ABSTRACTS, .Jj! of f Title Furnished E_ L ,:3R:: -;- &;, :aeO:

-- -- mtmim read and confirmed.. for Lands in Breyird ,and Dade
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: / Bond presented by J. Henry, as treasurer Groceries, .Graln..Hay; Garden Seed, F6 t1l1zers,1, Staple & Fancy Groceries ;M
l ; ", {;1' fancy Pineapple SlIps'& Suck for Brevard county for the sum, of East feat Market Counties: ,
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Coast M
i And Food Products of all kinds., .Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed I I
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> erorBale. sixteen thousand dollars, which was' examined Meal, .
i q tls' ': ,;':1. : ,"" Food and Whe t. We are the only house on Indian River dealing ',
1 and the Board. -
approved by erclual7
Abbakas'i (Egyptian Queen," Golden It was ordered that J.' Mendel be 'ap G. F, DUREN; gent.. List" the above line) of goods. Wo Invite your correspondence and solicit your natn
.c'
'' + r' /' : 'I"' +t, ,queen, Porto Biro[ Smooth Cayenne and pointed a committee to have the office OOr.ICD' We have a large Very truly, E.. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville,PIPJE
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fi i i4 ,' Ked Spanish.} Apply 1 to ),f of the supervisor of election enlarged so of Lands owned 'by, '
MADDOCK A M ATTHA.M8. rJ! iJ t.''j1 i as to 'serve as an office, both for, the ': 5 "
1' L, :; \'/1/:/ "Palm Beach.Plnery,t,.,ifl I supervisor and the county treasurer also 'I" : = 'XJ."l'S
ia ; / : :: I.E
a chents.I Om.:
I l \\ ,;u!'>.\ : :. :West Palm Beach, Fla. have the county's safe removed from -) : ourselves ,and ...
the office of the late ,treasurer to i the I
Proteot, :
t Your
i :t 't. 'J '.. new office. I I Price ''for unimprovedlands Props

I+r i f elf ;"',,'. Fancy+. ;Pineapple, Plants. The report of the committee appointedat =" A+ BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford" Fireman's Fund, Provldencw w
w i "p H I \ -rte the last session of the Board to investigate '" $3; to $ 1"00. Inftton, or Sun Mutual Insurance, Company.' All well known as the 8tron I l + Hardy'vigorous, grown without shel- certain propositions made by tEI:: safest companies In America.' p 'GEO...B. KUMPH, JB., '

y J "ter. smooth-leaved Cayenne Abbaka A. T, Feaster, late treasurer of Brevard CID ,per acre. Agent for East Coast) ,
f ',+ '' ,: .;, ,;;d Jamaica Rlpley plant'* for sale. county, and his attorney was'' acceptedand ;C'g ;:>>- Tltusvillo, Florid!
0,;> E. 0. II. TYMDAXI ,
., r. ; 4 the committee discharged.
1 .i i m''':,, Waveland Fla:;., ills Honor, M. 8. Jones, having made f'.3I a WE have a few. 'Residence Orange" .

f.1i1 tila report In the matter if having Breyard 'Tltusville, -' -, :F'loridaPalmetto :! Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable G.. GARY-F WES
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,'IIt. .''f' \" Porto Rico Slips. county: represented the souvenir 1 .., \
," edition of the Times-Union and Citizen, locations. Prices Reasonable.
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o 's; .:.dtl,{: I Grown under i cover.-Apply for prices and the Board having consulted with C. j Store //I'$ FI.RE' & LIFE INSURANCE

'; ) ,:;';., "tbe Delaney Porto'wi'Pineapple H. Merrittthe representativeof; said ,Drag ,.

t '.+ ":4;, ','; Plantation, Mlooo, Fla.' that paper the relating Board to appropriate the same, it$200 Is ordered out of 'OFFICES'.. j and TTTUSVILLE MIAMI ; Representing the Liverpool, ; London &Globe Insurance Company, and i

p. .. K. HUSTON, Prop., No.3 Atlantic Block:,
; the moneys of the general fund of the Mutual Life Insurance Company New York.
4" l 'l i ,'.' Smooth Cayenne. Pineapple. county, to have the county properly represented 'DAYTONA'FLOtUDA.: Solicited.. '
: Suckers for Sale., in said edition the same'..to be Your Business +

'r _, paid for on or before the first 'day of DRUGS Medicines Chemicals NILLINERYIIIand TIT .TSVILLE, FLORIDA
have 25000to'50000' Smooth"' Cay April 1808. ,,.. ,;: 4L05107'

it : lHL,' _ne ',pineapple suckers for sale; all TrrusviLiK, FLA., Nov, 12, '07.HON. Fine Toilet Soaps, ,Brushes, Combs,
:a { J .! ftojne grown, and, strictly first class; WM. H. SUABPB:\ ,'Chm'n Board. DRESSMAKING.
: lit I /'WO per 1000-cheaper than'any. other Eto., Perfumery and Fancy. ToiletArticles : a Motlow /
; \! liable' firm will sell." Hon. Sirs-I will agree In the interest ,
4 of the Times-Unionand Citizen : in Great Variety, .
\') ,GKO. ,;H. WBIOBT, paper

{ ;j: .h i'I\ .,J'"\) Orlando' ; Fla.. to pictures have your, to be county given our Illustrated man that as will per Physicians'' Prescriptions Aoourately' 4 (Successors to LOSLEY... RENAKER, A CO.)

i-t"1.. tame each officer of the Board, and the pompouDded., Foreign and Domestic ,Brands of:.Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins andBottled
(\1:1':' I'' to be done for $200 and paid In "
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.'t' .I 4 I' Take'Note of This. April 1898; the ',work to be-done four ,. ) ,Beers, Ales and' Stout -
s large pictures, 23'. one-column< pictures,
,C' } \ 'For sale a comfortable home.. 'situated the balance of sheet In write-up. as they THE MELBODRN A First-class Line of Cigars., .s* Billiard and Pool Tabl
f' ., Aen. the Halifax River at. Port '
? Orange; select 0.'H. MERRITT, 1 solicited. .:Prompt and
't .J ,laid Family and hotel trade is careful attention given\ to norders.
: large and nicely out'grounds; five HARDWARE
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Rep. T.-U. and C. Paper.It STORE. .
.lies south of Is large Cash must accompany,yourorder., LOSLEY & MQTLOW, TitueviieDLCEERddet. ,!
t .. furnished, with three ; was ordered that His Honor M. S.
-and/completely
.Ii i ''I\\, Jones, be requested to write the advantages .-,
ti' g : swres of land surrounding it, planted In np
\ \ f of fruit trees- and posilbllltles. of Brevard '" '
1t\ grape t.
'i \' \: '4t0. Flue locality for fishing And bunt- county to be :Inserted in the 'souvenir Hardware, ,Furniture, Crockery : ..
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edition, to be Issued In the TimesUnionand
.1Ife.. For further partlflttlars address' .
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,I; r;, '.H ., V J,. Daton&.IL AUKB. :. 'The Citizen Board mourned pay to .meet:,'again Ufldertaking.... ,.t, /, -]:.;:.,Will kdep 'constantly... on hand a Full Supply of :::[_

I .l r"1' '",, ; ,.' the. first Monday In December.Melbourne..,. .
l \:"''. .. IWe make you the following not CASH .!,' I" j 1 CYPRESS AND GEORGIA. PINE LUMBER
''I. :.1. ForSale., prices on Hand and Horse Implements,' ,Mall orders:, solicited., Satisfaction : ,
.\ ,- -:- and o&rr1lame constantly stock: < ..

,\t\, )\ Eight acres of good land, located about l Jrlre-ey SIngIe-wheel Hoe Comb'n complete,{,71J I. guaranteed.' ; i i i e Dressed, aDd B.ou..h..
:, ((ii tour miles east of Tltusville, on the:east OOODB &GOODt.-Rentlrtate' ana'losos.it Ilsuet. r. H ," : UJO
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bore of.Indian Rivercomprising'ten for Aetna, London and Liverpool and double ," ;J.to;"' 6.00 Mis. Hel bn' W..' Reynolds,
'iI Globe, No.4 Planet Seed Drill.m"' T.OOTtuXLCMwKeeleriMU Also and d'; Work ; Brick
I ;, and Imperial Fire Insurance Bpeolal Jr. Mouldings Tamed ; Lime C
fine hammock .
of suitable
i fir '>j acres '' for I attention paid to the. Interest of, nou-re.i. ., 'v '' B.OO TItusvllie, Fla. : ,
1 '..l 1 orange and vegetable growing, and fiftyfe ,dent. it H. i M 1SMMFlmnet :
Hone Harrow and Cultivator 6.40 and Crates 'of All Descriptions.!
r :aore of rich muck land adapted to. the "jr. Hoe' ". ."? 1JOO
: Cultivation of sugar cane or vegetables. HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE, LA.- Also Stock. Titufetv11e .
tar: a full Una of Repairs In : F1or1
} 1! There are one hundred budded orange Beautifully situated on. a high bluff, overlooking Globe Gas ,Engines .. '
d trees on the place and three or four bun- tbe Indian River.< Flnt-olau. aooom.modatlonl FEE,&,STEWART, ,
,Tred banana plants: also a small dwelling ,and rates reasonable., Melbourne. Fla. I, JAMte'ParrH,
KOBKET8OM -President-W.M.'BRowic
tae .IT. Yroprictor.qWHEN ) : yice-Fresident:
+ thouss. For sale at low figure of 1800.e '
e 1 '"This offer I Is only good for' 00;days. -Ad- YOU'GO TO MELBOURNE call at theBaaear Stationary and Marine.v Sohnyler, Cashier.

.r4ruI. KLONDIKE,' 't ,M... Chas J. I. Campbell A :eo",-Mil.llnerjr :
"' care ADVOCATE' 1 Notions, Dry Ooo i ,, *' Tltusville, Flai made and woven ,Ferris' Renowned *
r embrotdery Reliable and ,Economlcal
.1. ...' Corset,eto., and colored. << silks, ; The Safe, -
i I ,.souvenir spoons, Stationery,eto. "
J J'Q 't"' q : Power for Business and '(Incorporated under Laws of the State of Florida.)

The,Fish Question.,, Is: of the favorite .
; Croquet One pastimes
Boats Authorised
Pleasure
: Hen's' Clothing from tAaiilliary : capital $100,
on the pretty lawn in front of Hotel :
Tnoric Nov'ld97.;, ;
\\'I' ,; FLA., Carleton. Paid *1p capital $26,
'j' 1 Power, and r
Mditor Advocate l '
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\ Average deposits, $150,,
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Alexander J. Goode hu!*been 'ap. '
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It appears< to me it is time for the pointed notary 'public by the'governor Merchant Tailors. '
1, people on this river to show that they; of the state.. : 'StatlonaryUse. Transacts General BII
1"-" ,lave some right In tbo fish.as well .as theJUhermen. ), ft \ :.1 v.- a
i; '. Because of the rapid decrease Miss Annie E. Goode .left here last 'f. o For Catalogues and prices,4'v'ft, ,:
f., la .their, number since they have been Saturday for Faustian'to visit Dr..Oeo., No.429- Broom* St.. Address Business.
'; aught In tuoh numerous numbers, :'by W. Holmes and family. BENJ. W JEROME,
seen who make It their business to sup- J. A. Gilbert' of Eau Oallle; was the 1 NEW. /'YORL %' Bookledge, Fla. :Largest and Oldest Bank on the B

i f'J: 'h.\'.\ ; Fly the market, The absolute need of guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. F. Campbell Corner Crosby St. __ ', told all foreign COMB*
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'!: .. a closed season i was apparent and our last Friday and Saturday. For Sale. Exchange on
.''ffii, legislature; when last In. session, passed ZAPF'.e. L -
;s Dill to afford the mullet especially, 'Miss Carrie Brown left here last Mon JOSEPH Power house-boat, B ekerel'65-ft long DIRECTORS!
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the much-needed protection. Now, the day and Mr. anti Mrs. E. D. Oslin, Tuesday "r*'wuoLEsALn 2-ft beam;two decks;I awlin '.r..... 'BrroSABD,w.B. AJUlKTTJ'rtII((( M
: DB BAn
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l J legislature la composed of men chosen for a trip to St. Augustine '"" I A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered.. of the Rational(Vioe-Pre.tdent Bank JaekaonII National tat:
tl '' .. by the people ''to enact laws Basch' g For prloe address, ,. and W. M. BIWWJI.
necessary Mr,and Mrs. A. S. Jaqultb; also Mrs. easer Brewing Ass'n Jacksonville) ;
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*&,p: r for them and It we< are going to allow Matten and daughter, of Fitchburg, BaNr.Rockldge: i Fla. v ri-- I '. OORRE.PONDEVT8.Seaboard .
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these laws to be violated by those : of New Ton
V) openly Mass., have rented the Bowman "cottagefor Famous 9t Louis Lager Beer. National Bank
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dr they were Intended to apply to, then let's the winter. NattenalBankofJaeksooville.
,,,, 46 away with the legislature, for It is \ Bold by Lesley A.Ranker,//Tltusvllla. rOB first class shoemaking and repairing : L FL4.
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w mere b ohild'.play and torn-foolery, 'to The .ladlea' guild, of the Episcopal Manufacturer of Soda 'and''' Mineral.Waters. call on J. A.: Daugbtery, Washington : ,
stand the expenses of elections, and leg- church met last week at Hotel Carleton ?" Wholesale Liquor Dealer' 'I avenue Titnsvllle, Fla. madeto
; ,.t jJJJllatlve; expenses It. the deliberate and and will meet this week at the home ofMrs. SANFORD J. ., FLORIDA [ order In fine style. Shoe. I
)1 i conjunctive wisdom of the majority of Jas. T. Hogg. ''$: v\'- .M, X ,
;:cur, representatives 'ohrystallced Into ZZOT.7 Is Th.ia I IPure
a ,laws, Is to{ be contemptuously brushed Frank Stran of ForCLaudttdale, was. \ ,
,aside;' In town last Saturday on a vlstt\to Mr. .
rr, Once the proud boast could ,be made and Mrs. Cbu..Metoalf.. : His'\many old Linseed OH. t ...: . .. ., .. .J .;; ,. .t ; ..r? .'..60cf. per gallon
friends pleased to him. : : No. 1 Crown Brand Ash ...* toot ,
were see Oars.t.
.. that no man or his family, need fear Lib. "
j.J; ; starvation who settled on Indian River. Mrs.'Carter and dau Miss Susie; FRESHi.OF l have-0,other Oarsa.tIt.): .. .- r. -..80.footWe :
things In
I- i ':'rf,!,Upon what was this assertion founded also two lady friends from Ohio, expect .

@ mainly upon the fact ,that with a. cast to arrive about Deo. 3rd, to spend .the Hardware Tinware. et
Graniteware.
t let which he could make himself he Winter In their cottage on tee bluff. : ALL EINl>S. -' .- I .. Stoves.._
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could time ,
at any In get ample ,
foal from the Aver',thyear can no Messrs. Frank Robertson and ,,Alexander At similar prices. .
d. leag.r be made and Inducement Qoode went>quail hl1ntlng'' last. Chickens -: & Fresh Fish How do we do It f Send; us an order and see. ,
1 Eggs
of plentiful food for the taking, Friday; and with the assistance of Mrr.Robertson's Go"' F. PADDISO" ct CO,
can no longer be held.out I:to .the man fine dog brought In 'some ', ESII GaIDs,1FOR
seeking a home The because it birds. '
{ reason .(In'Oraber 4 Griggs store.) WILL Z. KNOX; ,Titusville, Fla. -
the '
cannot is, that mullet,]* ha. been Fishing by moonlight on the bridge. '

), treated to a long dose of Gen.1 Weyler's over Crane creek seems to be enjoyed I SALE..I Home-Grown
remedy for the''Cubans' "policy 'of ex by many of our people and visitors, 'and ,: '
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v termination." quite a large number ,of fine trout are -
.i y Now?.these fish belong to all of'' us being caught. THE SOUTHERN FUEL &: SUPPLY'Company ,Y PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERSOf
who are citizens alike. Esau has been ,
handed down from remote posterity,' ** The concert, given bv'the 'Olee Club the following Varieties : '
being a foolish man. Indeed, for siUJng In the high school last Wednesday evening .. : f
his birthright for a mess of pottage. was a big success. Those who took Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen Golden JQgen Rlpley Queen,, S
p' ,Shall we excel him In foolishness,> and part were the ,Misses Lillie :Robertson Wood, Coals, Cole; Brick1 Lime, Cement, ,
allow a few to grow rich upon our birthright Kate Hopkins, Mollie :Nicholson, Helen Cayenne, Pwnamlwco 'and ,Red Spanish. "
with not even a mess of Miller Jessie Ooode< Sopha Hopkins '
pottage '
I ,for In oem.ntt W. J. RAOAW, Mrs.'Chas.May Valentine Stewart, Marguerite Mrs.' Chaa.1 Lock-wood Camp- Yitrifled \Paying' and Sidewalk Brick; f Apply to G. C.- "nTrH.uls.),Florida West PlneapPleCa palm 13et"''j

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bell and '.M... Elisabeth Campbell; the
Friends-Old and New. Messrs. J. A.' Gilbert,', Chas. Campbell,
408 West Jacksonville Fla. Telephone
'rl : Bay Street 262.
Frank Conkllng Allen Campbell, John

i l4e;coif, ":, (For the,Indian.Riv$A doocate.) Nicholson and Joseph Rev. W.Conkllng>0.' Barnes.,' HemerConkllng Mr. **j*W* J. K-MUNNERLYITGeneral**!. Manager. United States Twine &: Net CO

? ;""; Make new friends,< bat keep the'old. Gilbert and the Misses Maude Powell ,. ,..
p'' rtThose! are sliver these are gold and Ullle Robertson, songs in character !
\ r.)TNew-made friendships, like new wine. was well received.'' Much credit Is due to 23 Fulton St., New York, N.. Y.
Age will mellow and refine.. )( '.. Elisabeth. and K..... Chas Campbell Headquarters '
for lf'Kinds 'of
for their Hardware Tinware Glassware
''Friendships that have stood the test, Interesting efforts :to instruct
this club the '
Time and change-are surely beat;' i song. '
Brow may wrinkle hair grow gray FISH: NETS and *
Friendship never know decay.' TeTake > 'N Cea.IIpao. ......... \\It '' '' all:. <,
Cmoarta Candy Cathtrtlo.. Ice or... Woodeniare Stoics and Nowltie? Knives ,
C For'mid old friends, tried and true; If a O.O. taU to eure.dmifgUU refuad_. '
+ + T, Once more we our youth re-Dew.; *. :

Bat old friends, alas! may die t -Forks* ,*Spoons, Btc.... .. .NET FIXING!
Mew,friends most their place supply.. Ur Beading notice ads. on this'pegsflve "
? are cents per line per week.We .. c" 4' ,,
A Cherish friendship In your breast,, When la Jacksonville do not fall to giro ns a call, as we keep, on* of the big-
'll s New Is good but old Is beat; would esteem the favor If ,past lines of the above goods ti the city.far. .' All oar Cotton Gin Nets are made of the Celebrated "XAGLE: BB" J
t Make: Dew Meads bat keep the old. oar cotton 'TwIne- > own brand; not sold elsewhere.; _,
derm'when ,
Those are silver, these are gold. oar advertisers to writing or) calling npoa A.'RENEKE;, ((Socoessorto J. L.1'1b.r.) GILL NETS, of the best thread Av>*tkKffln.525SrPV i
purchase merchandise 8trtobed
; c ;? men, Fla.,Nov.'16, '97. C. P. eta, would mention the ADTOCATB. )0 8J5,Everett ;Black;; *,;2. ':;' ,'-.' '.' c .-, .,., .JACJCSONVILLK. FLA. <: tarred Extra Maatlla Quality, Ropy steam Oled tarred aotl Cotton.. oen Seeking, eta. ,,'etor.Lines.- 'Write'Pain for t pric 'r

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