Title: Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: November 18, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00210
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS BLUE .FLAME OIL and GASOLINE NEW HOME AND IDEAL SEWING B BOOKS, CLOCKS, Eto. a nloe as.sortment WE ARE MAKING GREAT CUTS INladles' AMONG THE HOTELS.
Stoves at FrrasrnjRE Stoiib, Machines are the best. For sale by at Screven's Drug Store, misses' and children's shoes.

Tltusville, Fla.WE Gardner <& Walker.Mr. Tltusville.COMING' The Eagle Clothing Store,
Id Topic* of General Interest.in Tltusville. Where to stop. See list of hotels oa,

TAKE GREAT DELIGHT in Show, James McComb, jr., a former COMING, COMING. XMAS our 7th page. ** H'ti

nit Oanoral Ooulp In eonnaotloa in ing all our line of Men's Negligee Shirts, resident of Titusvtlle, Is now in the employ Goods. Don't buy until you see them. NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.Brevard Hotel Coqulna, Ormond Beach, will'
Laka Worth. ndlan. the new patterns and styles of of the fruit and house ofA. Gardner A Walker.
produce
lib,BKMyn* Bay. makes open on Thursday; Deo. 1st,- under the
for fall
also laundered
nd Hallfaa Rivers. Key West and fancy bosoms.wear; G. Hutchinson & Co., New.York.Mr. County Democratic Exeoutlve able management of Mrs. M. Vanco.We .

,i all other Important Points Brief mention alone the ofMtlng Tub Eagle Ci.othino Store. M. Wlsoker, of Laura street, Please mention the Advocate when Committee met" at the Court-house, Tltusville understand that' Mr. *S. Proskey,
t Coa t of Florida. Various Partetho Jacksonville, is an umbrella manufacturer writing advertisers.Mrs. on Saturday Inst, the 12th Inst., of Brooklyn, will have charge of the
Events from of some standing. He also repairs for the purpose recommending for apment Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, the comIng -
World t About People Ton Know Ducks have been coming south by umbrellas and parasols in an uptodatestyle. Walter R. Watson 'left here a county judge {vice Judge M. S. season. '
4 People Ion Don't Know Picked the millions. Read his ad. on page 4.Mr. yesterday, on a visit1 to relatives at Jones, promoted to a higher court) and
by Our Society Editor and a large staff atPalatka. a prosecuting attorney. The members The many friends of Mr. Oscar O.Barron .
Corrtipondente Mattered alonr the Sheriff Joseph P. Brown paid Sebastian Kobt. Ranson, of St. Augustine, dalltard in attendance were: T. V. Moore, Jensen who has recently been quit*
it CoMt of Florida. a visit on Monday. was a passenger on Wednesday's south* Henry of St. Augustine ;, and T. A. Johnson, LaOrange, who seriously ill at the Qulncey house la

Northern people who have homes bound train, en route to Rockledge, passed to Lake through Worth.here yesterday, onbis held proxies from C. R. Stewart and W.C. Boston, will be glad to learn tbat he laImproving.
where he way
ADVOCATE on Indian River, are arriving In numbers. will place the Acetylene gas Peterson; while John Henry was present .
THE in the New Rockledge hotel. He returned Have for sale. War- '
you any gnavas to represent John Wynn. W. C. '
The It Is said that Mr. H. T. Blake late ,
weather
the
during few home ,
$1,80 per annum, In advance. past yesterday. rock & Co., Jacksonville, willbuy all Braddock and K, B. Raulerson were also of the Lltbla Hotel
weeks has been Indian Springs
11.00 six months, *' River. delightful on Mr. n. A. Hodges, proprietor jof the your crop.Mr. represented by proxies. After discussing ithla Springs, Ga., will most- probably,

|100 per an. to foreign countries. Buffalo Bluff saw mills,, was in, town Geo. Wi Soobie.has returned to various points in connection with the lease the Lookout Inn, Lookout Mountain
You cannot do better than to. put yesterday, and gave us a pleasant call.He town from Miami, where he went In the object of the meeting, Colonel D. L.Gaulden Tenn.
an ad. in the Advocatk columns. It had been on a trip down Indian Interests of his fish business. .was .recommended for county
Heading notloe ads. are ten cents will pay you. Try it.Mr. River. Look out for his lumber ad. in judge, and Mr. M. Goldsmith for prose, Manager Waukenbauson, of the notel
l Une on this page.lThursday Fred. our next Issue.. Father O'Boyle left here yesterday, outing attorney for Brevard county.Gov Granada, St. Augustine, who has recently
ohlefolerk
24th is Thanksllng A. Morgan, in for New Smyrna, Port Orange and Day* W. D. Bloxham, Monday, acted made some very notioeablo Improved*
next Nov.
the law
office of Messrs. Bobbins Graham After several
A months
pleasantly "
tone, to attend to his elerioal duties. on these recommendations, appointing ments In bis bote], informs the Advocate
Day.JMf. Tltusville has been enjoying aweek's spent in Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. B.W. .
Col. 0. L. Gaulden county judge, and be expects to open about the 1stof
vacation, here Tuesday Mr. n. H. Richardson, general agent
Jos. Brown, of Promised Land, Jerome-passed through Mr. M. Goldsmith proeeoutlng attorney.We December.The1 .
of the G. S, A F. .
for where will Ry. was a
|l writes tbat he has left for Eden.llf Mrs. Jas. Mitchell and baby of Rockledge, they passenger understand these officers will not
spend the winter as usual. They report on yesterday's train, en route to Eau Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine,
Cocoa arrived in be able to until the Com.mlssioaers
town Tuesday, on a qualify County
interested in under the
Gallls.
you are orange growK having had a very enjoyable time while management of Messrs. Palmer
visit to her parents and to attend the fix their bonds which will beat
read articles on 3rd and 6 th pages.TMr. north. A McDowell, Is being entirely renovated
of her Mrs. T. Barbour of Verona N.' Y. their .
wedding sister, Carrie.Messrs. next meeting.En prior to opening later In the month.
J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa/ was a Mr. John Laflln well-known rest, was the remark that Attorney
among on
Watton and a many passengers yesterday's paimnt, we may One of the improvements will be
a large
Juint caller at this office, Tuesday.. Harry George dent of New.York, arrived in Tltusville, southbound train, on ber. way Gaulden will be known no longer elevator which
Is
Crook of Clifton added
J-Vessrs. Oscar and C. R. Stewart are ,thlsv, week.- They, were.brought In town a a load day prso of Monday, to spend the winter' hunting to Eau Gallle, where she has, a beautiful as "Colonel," for this title was burled on the accommodations, now of the being house.. to
looking after their or- from their and fishing,- as usual.' John's many winter borne. She was accompanied receipt of his appointment. The Advocate
IBonaventure. north.oranges*"" grove for shipment' friends are pleased to again give him a by Mr. and Mrs. Say re, of- New York wishes to call the attention of Its Take note that the Algonquin hotel,
grove.Judge hearty hand-shake. He has taken a' state, wbo will remain with Mrs. Bar. readera to the faot that hereafter he St. Augustine, under the proprietorship
D. L. Oaulden spent from A 'copy of the Florida Fraternal suite of rooms at the residence of Capt.J. hour for some time. Mrs. Friend, of should be called "Judge." of Mr. O. F; Cox, is now open. It has .
lurday until Wednesday with his famI Record, for November, Is At hand. It is II. Smith, one of our popular .Indian Paterson, N. J,, will also shortly arrive been re-fit ted with new carpets'' and '
it DcLand.Col. devoted to the interests of Freemasonry, River steamboat commanders. at Eau Gallle on a visit to Mrs. Barbour.WE other things, and now looks neat, clean

.W. O. Winans, of Eden, ,spent Oddfellowshlp, Knights of Pythias, etc., The Bee Hive Dry Goods and Mill, INDIAN RJVE R'S OSTRICHES.Mr. and home-like.<. The table Is good, and
and is a credit to the editor Mr. Mr. Cox strict attention to the
J. W
oom-
pays
ImSaturday until Monday in. town, White, Jacksonville. nery.Store, 21 and 23 East Bay street, It AVE A BANNER LINE of MEN'S A. Y, Pearson,. of Jacksonville, fort of bis guests, Soo ad. on 7th '
lera bis friends were glad to greet him.JHon. Jacksonville, has aa ad. on our 4th page. odd trousers, in all prices and sizes. has purchased nine ostriches (seven old page.

Fred. si Morse, one of Dade Private, Walter E. Stokes, of the They are bidding for a share of your Tub Eagle Clothing Store. birds, and two ohlokens, born on Indian Mr. II. P. Shares and wife, of New
bnty's highly-respected citizens, was Third Engineer Corps, who has been -patronage, as Is proved by theirad.. River) from Col. H. J. Tifflu,of Montreal, Haven, Conn., arrived at Rockledge last
[Monday's northbound train,' oq his quite ill at St.'Louis with typhoid fever, Those business houses who do not advertise Canada, and they were brought up toTltusville Friday evening. They have been busily
f to St. Augustine and Jacksonville. is now much better and out on furlough.He are not bidding for your trade. Senator Qnayw Wednesday evening, on the engaged this week getting in readiness)
expects to visit his brother at Hobe Help along the live business men of steamer St. Augustine, for shipment to their cosy and well-known New Rock- '
Judge M.S. Jones, of the Seventh Sound this week.Mr. Florida who advertise what they have Senator Mathew S. Quay, of Beaver, the metropolis leaving here yesterday ledge hotel for the tourist travel. Aa

plcial ndaj for Circuit DeLand of Florida where ,be left held here his, Jas. F. Mitchell, of Indianola, to-sell.Mr. Pa., the great political, war horse of In a J., T. A K. W. Ry. oar, which was usual, Jhey will have a big run of tourist
business.notel .
Bnder his, win again occupy the < position of chief E. C. B. Tyndall, of Waveland, Pennsylvania, passed through Tltusville engaged for their transportation.Messrs
Jtoourt new appointment.Mr. bookkeeper to Mr. Geo. N.,Hatch, Hock- made a flying trip to Tltusville on Sun* Saturday last, in his private car, en J, O, Bast, of Tltusville-- and J. Camp, Roseland. located on the St. / ftai

Louis Cole, chief clerk of Hotel ledge, the coming season. Mr. Ha ton day. He Informs us that one of the route toSt( Lucie, where be will' take amuchneeded bell, of Jacksonville,superintended their Johns River, Jacksonville, Is a good ,
bml was a passenger on Monday's has one of the finest and neatest-kept Advocate subscribers, Baron Longueuil rest from politics by hauling departure from Courtenay and Tltusville."These place to stop at;. It has'three acres of -.
Ithbound train, on his way to Jack.hllle stores on Indian River.Mr of ,London, Eng., and Birch wood In tarpon, ajs which he Is an adept. ostriches have been located atCourtenay beautiful lawn, bowling alleys, tennis
where he said his mother was Pittochry, .Scotland, are having a fine The senator, unfortunately, was asleep for some time past, the big court, croquet grounds and other amuse
Jowly 111.Attorney. ; last J. Oi Bast Svent'to Courtenay naphtha launch built by Capt. A. T. when an Advocate representative birds having been purchased by Col.Tiffin ments. This hotel Is managed In firstolass -

Geo. M. Bobbins left here Sunday to superintend the shipping Rose, of West Palm Beach. It Is to be boarded his car to give him a greeting. from the Southern California Ostrloh style by Mrs, A. M. Van Uaaf ton.
of Col. II. J. Tiffin's ostriches to Jacksonville
Inday, for Jacksonville to attend to lie built as quickly as'possible, as the Baron He has a host of friends along the East Farm, which Mr. Pearson represents See ad. on page 4.Mr. .
,> returned
Wednesday evening Coast both democrats and in branch of In
will soon leave England for Rockledge republicans. establishing a It
sinew matters in connection with Mr.JM. with the ostriches and a big lot oV J. P. Vlnlng who will this winter
where he has spent several winters. We Senator Quay was acoom panted Jby a Jacksonville, Fifteen ostrlohes made
tat.JArbhdeacon. Flagler's land purchase at Key fruit oranges, limes, etc regret to learn Baron JLoogueull's wife jovial and happy-going trio of young np the original purchase, and In spite of oonduct the Colonnades hotel,' atSeabreeze

Congressman Capehart, of Virginia, will not oome to Indian River this sea gentlemen, who wabave'no' doubt will the natural Increase, they have been re.duced Fla., Is well known In this
B. P.' Brown left here was a pnssenger on Saturday's southbound son. She spent last winter at Rockledge be well satisfied with their trip to In* to nine, by death and sale to other state as the 'former popular proprietor
Inday, for DeLand, to attend the train, en route .to Sharpes. Mr.Capehart and Pnlra Beach, and. Informed *> she dlan River., parties. The location of the ostrlob of the Hotel. Coqulna, Ormond Beach.Mr.NVlnlng .
Vtorly meeting of the Clerlcus AssdItion is an fardeut hunter, and the was delighted with the climate vand farm in Jacksonville Is now assured,* as Is also'proprietor of the
where he will read a' paper on only one we have heard of In this sec.tion scenery of the East Coast.A the contracts for the lease of the.landon Greylock, a summer hotel at Williams-
IrIous topics.1Rev. to kill two deer with one shot.', He I>l d at Sewall's Point. which It fs located have been' signed, town, Mass., which has been conduotedf

TV. W. Faris of Miami who has was fortunate enough to accomplish and the added attraction to Jackson In a manner that Is a credit to Williams-

a preaching at the, Ocean Street, Bap- this feat on Merritts Island. NEW FISHING.INDUSTRY,* Died, at the residence of her'brother, ville's ''long list an accomplished fact. town and Us able and gonial manager.Mr. m

church, Jacksonville, during the Dr. and Mrs. Buttler and little son, Captain H. E. Sewal), of Sewall'a Point, The ostriches will beon view at Jack* Fred O. Klnglsa, worthy and able

It few weeks, passed through Titus- of Norwich, Conn.stopped off at Tltusville We.are pleased to' note the deserved Indian River, Fla., on the 13th Instant, sonvllle during GalaWeek. representative of the Florida East Coast
*,Monday, en route home. a day or so the first of the week, success attending our follow, townsman Miss 'Annie Cook Bewail, daughter oftha Many of our townspeople were at the Hotel System, who Is now in Chicago,

Cuhlor Henry Oaillard, after spendHeveral en route to Jacksonville (by way of the and enterprising fish dealer, Mr. Geo.W. Hon. Rufus K. Bewail, of Wiseasset, railway station.to bid them adieu.' doing business for his company. He -

days on Lake in St. Johns river) and Savannah, where Scobie. Malnel ', will bold bis old position as oblef clerk \
H>reat of the I. K. &Worthy B. B. I. the N.mboatCo. the Doctor was to re-join his regiment. .Mr. Scobie has added to his business Deceased was a most estimable'lady, IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN8PKCT the of the Royal Polnoiana, Palm Beaton, the
., came ,"to Titusville The above party had oeen on a trip as that of mackerel fishing, and judging known'by many along the East Coast, New and elegant line of women's and coming season; and next summer he will
May, and left for St.up next, far as West Palm Beach. Dr.. Buttler from Indications, will handle the greater who.will much rogret to learn of her children's hosiery at bo Installed as chief of the staff of the
Augustine Informed us that as there was very little part of the catch made In this vicinity death. She was a sister of Mrs. A. V, The Eaole Clotuino Store.Catching United States hotel, Saratoga, instead
# work for him to do in the army, lie expected during tUe. season. This part'of' his Winans, one of St Augustine's prominent of the Grand Union.Mr. .
>Mr. W. II. O. Scott, a former resiP'of to resign and return to Norwich, work Is being carried on near,'the keys, winter visitors.Capt. .
Tltusville, but now, of Eau Gallie, where he left his practice to go to the south of Miami. He la at the present and Mrs. Bewail have the heart, Flih. A. L. Marsh, generally known aa"the
In town part of-Monday and Tuesihaklng war. We hope to see the Doctor and time employing in this service three felt sympathy of their numerous friends First Lord of the Treasury/
hands with his many old wife bere.again.. large purse seines and about twenty-five In their sad bereavement.WE Last FrldirV Dr. Ralph E.Smith, fornn again hauling In the shekels at Hotel -
f grocery house ofi Pope A McLaurln, On our'8th page will be found the making, on Wednesday, the first heavy accompanied by bis wife and mother-In* past summer Mr. Marsh tried his hand
foi Jacksonville's best Arms. ad. of the Johnson Law Co., Jackson catch of Spanish, mackerel In Florida ABE SELLING THE BEST MENS' law, Mrs. J. F. Keeley, of Philadelphia, at managing the Hathaway Inn, at DeadbytbeSea -' ,
ville's, well-known electricians. This waters this season.Mr. Shoe In the market at $1.60 lace orcongress. wbo Is visiting the doctor and wife, went N. J., and one of our New

BARE STILL firm employs men of unquestionable Scobie is well known as the to Mayport, on a fishing trip. While at Jersey > subscribers -wrote, and told us
"uriteand SELLING OUR OLD ability, a sample of whoso work may be ptoneeVfliih dealer of the East Coast of Tub Eaolb Clothing Stork.Ta the beach the above party hauled InaboutaOOIbs that he had met with so much success. *,'.
'' ratead popular all-wool Clay's seen at-Gardner's Crystal Roof Garden, Florida, and has for of bass, sueepshead, blue* In his new hotel venture that be deolded '
successfully

years
18-oz. many
at $7,00, notwlthlitl Bay street, Jacksonville. The manner conducted the largest business* of fish, crabs, eto. They bad excellent to lease the Hathaway Inn .for several
advance on this grade of In which have lighted that Start m Peer Park,i iMr. Success to
ii they place this kind in this part of the state.We luek, Mesdames Keeley and Smith'haul years you, Arthur.
with, electricity Is a credit to the Johnson have heretofore ing In more than the doctor.,
The predicted that
Eaolb Clothing Stobe. 'and the The announcement Is made that'the
Law Co. of Jackson
people this section of the country would Frank Wilson, of Canaveral, has
place
ville and when you see it, von can hardly ItselLamong the first In the south not just received over 8,000 pounds of wire, mammoth Tampa Bay Hotel, at Tampa,
Hotel Wanted. resist .the temptation of having electrlo only in the fishing Industry, but In other, which he will use for fencing forty acres A Contradiction. will open December 5. It'will be officered
lights placed In your residence orstore. pursuits campatlble with the climate of of land for a deer park. ,So many deer as follows: Manager, A. E. Dick;
nte
*< JXO. S. lioWE.V, Capt. A. W. Bule, having relinquished of the truth of our forecasts.WE < Wilson- going to be on the safe' side, Jacksonville, Fla.,. Clerk, H. A. Sheppard; cashier, Dudley
Hotel Placlde, his as superintendent of the by keeping In safety all the wild deer becapturesalive .. Nov..IS, 1808., S. Plnney; night clerk, George Webb;
position
Jacksonville on the peninsula. Editor A dvoeatt .< postmaster,' O. S. Wiley; private book
Fla.
Inland
Indian River & Bay "BIscayne ARE SHOWING AN ELEGANT keeper, W. -Tupper: steward N. Sw
;
Navigation Co., has accepted a position men's tan shoe, Willow calf at $3.00; Dear sir: I note In the National notel Beebee; wine steward, J. n. Conroy;
Macon Dining Rooms. as traveling freight agent with Mao Cay, sewed, next In fastening toa Reporter, of Chicago,'that I am now one bead waiter, II. W. Parolval; head ball
Florida East Coast Railway the TOWN FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS of the of the
the Goodyear welt,, being perfectly proprietors Escambia hotel, man, Nicholas Battles.
appointment having gone Into effect onTuesday. smooth Inside. desiring an occasional'.change from Pensaoola. I do not know how such a

2? J"1110* Maoon. d no* Bis headquarters will be InTltusville. Tub Eaole Clothiwo Store.Ileal borne fare will be sumptuously served report eoold have gotten out. I do Hotel Alcazar, St. Angnstlne, Is now-
:' *aao8.Popular dining- Capt. Bule is an old "resi at the Indian River hotel,' Tltusville, know Mr. Sweet, of the Escambia, but open, and Manager Joseph P. Greaves Is ; "raV
SJcan bt ln all the delicacies rooms, dent i l this town, and he has a host of at special rates. Sunday dinners aspecialty. have bad no more Idea of going to Pen still at the helm\wttb\ the.following to
at very reasonable prices. friends all along, the East Coast who Estate Dat-gain. saoola than of going to "Honolulu." assist him In conducting this popular
will rejoice to learn of his appointment. Kindly contradict this report la the hostelry: A. 8. Loomis is again, at ble
The Advocatk joins with bis friends In Advocate, and oblige.I old, post aa room clerk, with A. L.
af.'IlX an* PORCELAIN-Cham- wishing him every success In his new Fifty dollars addition takes to Tltusville.U. twentytwoJoynervllle lots Choice Store Property for Sale, hold a lease oa HotelPlaclde which Marsh, cashier; John MaoMurtle, assistant
at Furniture office.HUBER'S. has four years more to run, and privi room clerk; J. C. Gray, night
Stork, M. Obasjuss Orlando Fla.
five
of
lege clerk. John
more. O'Connor
steward has
Tltusville Fla. With'Ave acresgood land, two In ,
1MPLOTMENT AGENCY, pineapples; good building with tenement Yours truly, Jo. S. Bowex. charge of the back of the boose: Mrs. K_

No. 14 Laura street, P." O. Box S0i. Guavaa.Warrock over store; general merchandise stock, A. Twombley. who baa bad- charge aa
Residence and lMneapple Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male, and delivery 'wagon, row and -sail boat; COLD WAVE COMING1. Buy housekeeper for a number of seasons, la
her
your again at accustomed
Plantation female help furnished and sent to all steamboat landing with warehouse: comforts and blankets We position.
For Sae.tTtto A Co., Jacksonville Fla. well and now. have
established
only store In
parts. good them all prices. Gardbeb Manager Get (7.
are baying Gaavas and are paying the community; store and poetoffloe outfit A W.Do Hotel Howe, proprietor of
highest market price. Shipments received complete; price low title Ad Buckingham, St. Augustine; nolly
) perfect.
> beautl'nllT: o ated villa and Orange Grove for Sale In one crate and upwards. dress the owner. you want to'buy or sell property Inn Worthwas, Daytona, and Hibiscus hotel. Lake

Wabkock A Co., A. 3. Olds, p. M., on Indian Rlverf If you do, write the a passenger on Tuesday'snorthbound
In the heart of Klsalmmee city, 'Flor Jacksonville, Fla. Waveland, Brevard Co., 'la.Tltusville Indian River Real Estate Agency. Titusvllle train, en route to Daytona..
J bSw i ? > -wctlon; large ida; 2t trees, 76 of them, bearing and Fla. He bad been ..down to, the. Hibiscus,
eel.ni? mndnouses.. Mod- have a light crop on them now; a good j V bote), where he Is having new plumbing
,; ,nld to1** arrangeUwaV two-story residence on opposite aide of Wanted tor Cash Laundry.Mrs. House tot done, else trio fights and gas, new
Sale.A
"V***? boat-house and street, facing grove. A delightful home kitchen, culinary department, etc.,
v .,hrnbbr* lowers and 15 for someone; healthiest locality In Florida Fresh fruit and. vegetables' In small Geo. Cock, of Tltusville, Is now good, substantial added. Be will make this quite aanug..
>* ? V10W. ***?"- ;, artesian and salphor water, good shipments; prompt retarav< prepared to do laundry work of every nine-room, two-story house, welt-flnlshed for sale little hotel, and expects to spend about
Ur. la
scbojL. Price only 93,000. For better 3. A. XLOUBjrOT, aeserlption. All work guaranteed., Tltusville. Will $15,000 oa various Improvements.. ManaJer -

O. WntAirs, description write to M. Oaxam,' Cor, 1ft and Poplar Sts., Laava, your washing at Q F. Daren's Inquire on the premises.selleheap' If.- -sold'. soon.- Howes says be Is also going to make
Lock Box 377 Miami Fla. Macon Oa. store Advocatk Improvements at the Holly IaoDaytona.
Eden, Fla. corner opposite office. M. D. L. Dodsox. -


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INDIAN PJVEBT ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 18, .1808.i .

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GEOBO MARX.
charged which was accordingly done.Thmtreasurer of walnuts as directed for the almond

alio had a-"certificate attached NUT ICE CREAMS.Coaeklm c eam, ebop fine siftJstif In'afaltspoonfnl1 -
Humor
inJlheBJoo to"bis report showing that the Dellalaamlr With nmH of salt tand add to a quart of lee

balances called for*In ftlk report were'on i J % toteeuaajt V JT cream when half. froten. Let it stand Wholesale Dealers In

Caused Great Distress) Could Nat, deposit In the' Indian R vef State Bank] Nut creams are khS,latest,in tbe pop-! for two hours after freezing++to' ripen.

Reat at Night ChJWrao Mad, I Sis;Honor;* the' county 'Judge/ made Jar Jtrptea tdelloeey. TJUsrdenghtfalMi Oayceai Gas at CaraUva. GROCERIES, .FRUIT MP PRODUCE...

Bells) but1 Mood's Cured."I -aumthly report for licenses Issued variation of the standard article may
The of either or
be by'nsing use oxygen gas pure
made
wu troubled with humor, which during the mouth of October which was or very Pbladefphia.easily ice-cream as-Neapolitan basis, diluted with pure air1, is regarded byDr. 131 and 133 But Bar Street and 0 and S Newman Street,

broke out on my skin and caused ma M examined and Approved. and ltofurulske* an acceptable novelty George Stoker who communicates

much distress I could not rsst at night. Iwbi The road leport of.J. F. Belt, 3* Lawson for tber entertainments of tbe social sea-' some remarkable results of his long experience 4We

advised to try Hood's Ssnapertlla, and 0. n. Rook was received and sod now opening. to The British Medical Journal ONE OF THE OLDEST IRU1T HOUSES, IN THE CIT
and line* taking; a few bottles X have net accepted and notices order to be posted Chestnuts must be well!polled till as the speediest method of healing
been troubled with impure blood. I believe wounds and more economical as respects
soft mashed
according to law.' quite rubbed through a
Hood's Sana par ilia to be the beat sieve and then slightly saltod, bnt all both suffering and money than are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cowi>
Mrs. A. P. Ilaibln allowed for (
blood purifier that can be obtained." I* was $12 other' ntfta are more pronounced and any other treatment. Bacteriological guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. W,
8. PvttkwaY, Williaton, Florida. caring for Wm. Anderson for 24 days better flavored If Unboiled. Almond*; study shows that oxygen destroys some your Oianges and Vegetables.' ,Glve us a trial and you will be pleased.

My children were troubled with bolls.I while sick.Tbe chestnuts, filberts and hazelnuts should micro organisms of wounds and enoonr- MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville FUoii

tried numerous remedies without glrlng following amounts as security be shelled, blanched, chopped fine, sifted ages the growth of others. In every JiyWe only Sell to Dealers. i

them any relief, but after they bad was fixed by tbe Board to be given bytbe and added to tbe cream at tbe begin healthy and rapidly healing wonnd or

taken a few bottles of Hood's Baraaparilla newly-elected county officials) County ning. They way also be slightly roasted sore certain micro organisms deemed

the bolls disappeared. We hare tskrnHood'a Judge, $1,600; assessor, $1,000; collector chopped, pounded to a paste and favorable to recovery are found, while .s. H3DFlxxo cSc
SarsaparlUa aince then and always ; $30,000treasurer $10,000.It rubbed through a sieve with tbe addition others are held to be unfavorable, and CO.
,
it hand and fear of the ; when is arrested retarded ina
keep on nave no ordered that the bills of a little cream. Add this paste to healing or DKAUEKS Hfm7S7'jaLG
bolls returning." Mrs. A. J. E. Bhyaut, was following the hot cream and set aside to cool.Nats wound treated by oxygen a corresponding jPtT-Kfi
>& 1-sicaL-u.ors
be audited and ordered to be paid:
Lakeland, Florida.Hood's. Remember combine delioiously with decrease of favorable or increase of
many
SarsaparlUa W II Sharpe, county com. 0 00J of the delicate fruit cream ices. Equal unfavorable micro organisms follows.To 417, ft 410 XV. Bny St.,
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Mendel 9 40J
meet this tbeir character is speedily
of either walnuts
N Waller .. 25 40J parts pistachios or reversed by increasing the strength of JACKSONVILLE, . FLt
almonds and mixed candied fruits make
It Walker . . 00J
la the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. the bath.Don't .
a good combination with almost oxygen
Houston 0 00W any
Price, lit six for SS. .(let only Hood's.u '
II Sharpe exsesa'n 21 20J cream ices for a basis. The addition ofa Campaign Arguments
r ;il are the best after-dlni| rrlOOU N Waller " 70 20J pinoh of salt to each quart of nut think the man who entertains
* S fills p||| fta( digestion. 'JM. Mendel 13 20J cream heightens the flavor (especially bis thoughts Is always proud of his. Don't "go"' here. Like

Houston 3.100J of pistachio), which is slightly insipid guests, promise made In the rainbow,
U Walker Z2" * M 12 00V without it. you can depend upon the a nances
Reed ballot After spending a two weeks' vaoatlonin
boxes
dellveilng $ 4 00D
All ices made
cream containing nuts require that our goods
8 Carlton, 14 00T the country but few men are patilotlo
A Robinson, 150J a longer time both to freeze and good goods, properly aged, ot 1
P Brown, janitor 6 00J to ripen, because of their oily nature. enough for it. est flavor, and highest quality

P Brown, deliver'g ballot boxes 30 80J Observe the same general rules for We've something piutlculm

P Brown, waiting on Co. Com. 0 00J freezing, packiDg and molding as for State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) in Mount Veinon
gg flue WblekIt's
Mendel, extra work & postage IS 00A ordinary cream ices.Almond' Lucas County. > )
A Stewart, accountant. 15 00J Ice Cream. A quart of Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heIs a thiist quencher and Invlgator

Mendel, copying minutes . (ISO cream, four ounces of shelled almonds, the senior partner of the firm of F. J. of first water, mipicmo incellence <
V S ChalTee, stationery . 6 25A a teaspoonful of vanilla essence and a Cheney & Co., doing business in the city and reasonable in price
A Stewart, clerk amr-auditor 13 i 75T few drops each of rosewater and bitter of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
J Cockahutt, reg. officer. 211(1T ( almond extract. First blanch the almonds and that said firm will pay the sum of
.1 Cocksbutt, list of electois. 30 00C
Hundred Dollars for each and
Ono every
& It News, publishing list of then pound them to a paste in am6rtar of Catarrh that cannot be cuied by
case
stricken voters. 6 f 0It adding the" rosewater and avery the use of Hall's Catairh Cure. The Post of Responsibility.
A''Bobbitt, cleaning cesspool 3 00 little cream gradually. Heat the FRANK J CHENEY.
Florida Star, blanks for election 26 25M cream in a double boiler until quite hot,
and subscribed inmy
S Joqes, bal. Co- Judge 40 C3J not boiling, melt the sugar in it, and Sworn to before me
F Wooten, Corns, as assessor 703 25 wbeu cold add tbe almond andvan, iliaessence. presence, this Oth day of December, The men on the manaiarhriflfJA
A. D. 1880.
Vance Printing Co., blanks. 7 00 Freeze and pack according to. A. W. OLEASON, ,\
IRS bank, Int. for 3 months. (SO 40Advocatk r ,
general practice.Chestnut. i seal. > Notary Public.Hall's 'iave a tremendous responsible
license
piloting rep't 11,83D
L Uaukjen, pros, att'y . 33 33T Take a quart of oream, UHUgC regtlng upon them. They art
T Wetmore half a pint of chestnuts, shelled, half a Catarrh Cure Is taken- Internally machine. We bold tk
ice. . .. . 8 40A brains of the great <
Hadley, load of wood *. 100 pound of augur, half a teacnpfal of and acts directly on the blood and strictly to account for tbe result of every batiWe
Send
Advocate, printing Inst, cards. S 00Pritchard orange juice, a teaspoouful of vanilla, a mucous surfaces of the system.
& Son md'se for jail 8 .'15R teaspoonful of essence of almonds, for testimonials, free.F. want to be considered in Identically tl
J. Chbsey & Co., Toledo, O. with respect to the JBEEH you bhere.
AConkllng, ferryman. GOOD sweet. Prepare the chestuuts by either light
Cain, ferryman u j. . .. 5 00J of the ways given in general directions Sold,by druggists, 75o.Ducklen's We want to be held personally

F Brown, watting on board 18 00C and finish the same' as for the almond strictly responsible that it is the best you
ift .It .News, printing list of
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ofeam ice.Filbert. Arnica Salve. .
qualified voters..w 1. t.w. i 62 00 Hazelnut. Add buy.Address
PROCEEDINGS.Titubville Electric Light Co., lights . 0 00J or quarter
P Brown of a pound of tbe nut kernels to a quart The best Salve In tbe wor d for cuts,
feeding county dog, 2 00J
of good ice cream, without forgetting tbe bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ,
P Brown,'-jailor. .. .... .. . 3000
Fl.A.Nov. 0, 1808. Am*t paid out for paupers 115 00 pinch of salt in the first instance.Pistachio. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, G. MUL.LER & CO.,
A P Harbin, attending pauper.L 12 00 Prepare a quart of good corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively ''Jacksonville, FlaAgta
The Board of Brevaid County Co mm Intoners R Deckeh, lumber for bridges.J 0 05 toe cream. Blanch and pound to a paste cures-Piles, or' no pay required.It for Acme BiewlngGTT

met on tlie above date puistiantto P Browq, feeding prisoners 70 00 four ounces of pistachio nuts. Bub into is guaianteed to give peifect 1 satlsftctlon Acme Brewing Co'., Macon, Ga.
adjournment, when the following Pritchard box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee, drupgist.
members were presentV.. IL'bharpe, .1 A Johnson, deputy reg.'officer- 14 00 water, and when tbe oream is qnite cold
"
J R Mathers
/
13 00
chairman; J. Mendel, .1. It. Walker, J. E H Covar, 12(0 add the paste with a teaspoonful of almond

Houston, J. X. Waller;' A* A. Stewait, J K M Hodgson ' 12 00 essence and four .or; six,drops of WANTED thla SEVERAL ittite to manage TRUSTWORTHY our btiHloeM Per-In THE SOUTHERN FUEL ft SUPPLY Conp]|

clerk; J, P. Brown, sheriff. S F'Olbbs, 12 00 any green oolorjng (spinach, etc,) to their own and nearby eonntlea. It la mainly
It A Conkllng, 12 00 give the requisite shade. Finish as office work oomluoteil at borne. Salary atralghti
The following business was transacted, usual.Walnut.. $i>00 a year and expeniieit definite, bnnatide, no '
R L Hardee
,' 1200 more, no lem nalary. Monthly a7S. Reference*.
to-wlt S W T Hsys, 12 00 Blanch one-quarter .j>ound KnoWme aelf-aririreuHed stamped envelope, Herbert Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
Tbe minutes of the last tegular and T J DeSteuben 12 OP K. Hess, Pre*.,Uept.M, hioigo.ee '

extra meetings were read and confirmed. J W Wwaln, t 12 00
Permit granted to J. O. Shaw to carry R O Reams, 12 00 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
P Whltfeld * "
12 (X)
a Marlln repeating rifle No. 23,401, call'bre T H Sanders, iiaoo Lumber

32. N N Penny, 12 00 Company. 408 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla, Telephone 2'jJ. '
C II Nanman ' .
Bond of A. A.Ford for notary public 12 00
waa examined and approved.On J E Fult*, 12 00 K. MDTrNERLYN, > General Manager

motion, the tax books for 1898 were E 11 B F Hutchinson Nuckles, , " " 12 12 00 00 rHanDfactarerj Long Leaf Yellow Pipe Lumber. Flooring

examined and found ooireot and tbe P A McMillan, 12 00 ,

same were accepted and a warrant Issued JFHett, > 12 00 Ceiling Laths Shingles etc. Wholesale only. IrlT 1 Invite your Attention to my Complete Stools of
E O Walker, 12 00again ,
to tbe tax collector to collect the taxes
The Board adjourned to meet /
accordingly. the first Monday In Deoeraber, 1808.if Bridge Timbers, Car Sills, Framing, Klln-diled Finishing Board, Plain Weatherboarding -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*
It was ordered that $.Y) be taken from .
Beveled Weatberboarding. *
the fine and forfeiture fund and placed Surplice effects are muoh usod on the Glassware. Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, TinwareCoiteware

to the credit of tbe prisoners' fund.It bodices of silk and satin wedding gown*. Mills at Kerns, Dooly County, Ga. doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice crea

was ordered that tbe game"and flsh A pesslmlat Is one who Is always exfieoting Address: 407 Third Street, MACOX, GA. freezers, Quielc meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerqslne Oil stoves, garden tool
warden be Instructed to keep the stakes bad Inok and I* surprised when plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit Jais and Jelly'glasses, poultry nettti
and barbed wire,
defining tbe flab limits at Indian River .

Inlet In proper position.In After a long experience of tbe world, Harrison. J3ros* Beady Mixed.*faints.

tbe matter of tbe different banks I never knew a rogue who was' not unhappy. WHEN IN NEED OF. Please Write me for Prices. i e pctfuly ,?il l',riaPi
Junius. tloniof Mart, Attention, and inquirmprice
your patronam. Orders given Prompt and Careful
of, tbe county It Is decided as the Board ,answered promptly.

cannot reduce tbe assessment by direct 3MC.

order because they are positively prohibited Lumber Hardware and Paints H3.WestPaim Beach, Fl:

from so doing by law (according ,

to section 20, chapter 4,322 laws of Florida

), but tbls Board admits and. adjudges

the assessment of 1808 Is excessive Or anything in the line of Building Material Magnolia

and that for tbe Indian River State

Bank, 97,000; for the Melbourne State or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or Wholesale and Retail Dealer inA
Bank, $4,000, would have been a fair'assessment

for said banks. plumbing do not fail to write STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Objections filed by T. C, Bass against .

the road as layed out from Edgertovt nto Butterlne,, 14cts. per pound

St. Lucie post office passing through Write or call .or our Cash Pi Ice List, wllch v.Ill please yo'
his lands as at present viewed and layed
102 Main and.z. West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
mu must reap as he sow*, tf he sows
out.Wbereas for tbe more adequate enforcement ill-health he will reap Ill-health. If hewsjlecta "THE BRICK STORE," Telephone No. 2S5.
,
1 his health the w* d of disease
of chapter 4,215 and 4,537 of Will rrow up and choke it.It Xxica.lo.xx Hivor,
the laws of Florida', relating to, the protection la a daily sad hourly marvel that men
will recklessly aerUct their health, when
of food fishes. It la necessary to a moment's thouaht should tell them that EASY RIDING
make some change In,tbe present method.It they are coartiac death. It lies in most SAW AND PLANIUCt MILLS.PMlntkn JACKSONVILLE TARD,
every rnu't power to live to a green eldajre. Fle K. Bay St., root of Catherine.WILSON. All the *
time and when
speed
ordered that the
la therefore game If a man wowld only take the same you
and flsh warden of the county reside intbe eare of himself that he does of his hone, or want It Is a great feature of

immediate vioinlty of Indian River Cow, or dos;, he would enjoy rood health. QYPRESS COjBPANY
When a man owns a hundred-dollar horse, ,
Inlet and that Ills pay be fixed at $40 sad it rets sick, lie docs aot waste any time SB
month. It la'further ordered that boot doctoring- him up. When his garden ' Manufacturers of
per gets full of weed*, ha doean't delay about Here are some
Keating for consideration
ha shall be allowed one regular deputy, rooting them -oat, for hay hnowa they will points your
who, Instead of remaining at one particular choke out his vegetables. When hols out # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Latb. The Frame makes
f aorta, sick, nervous, headachey, haa no ItSTRONG..
point or place, shall act as a river appetite and is restless and eleepleea at

patrol and shall be. constantly employed night, he pays little attention to it.3The A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles, The Construction makes it
rcantt is
In patrolling the Indian River from the er soma serious consumption blood,or nervous skin diecasa.prostration Dr. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress DURABLE.

north to the south boundary line of the Meree'a GoldenMedical Discovery is the mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
bast of all medicine, The Bearings give
county, and further that bis pay be It gives edge to the appetite for bard, work facilitate ing men., the When at home, write us for prices; when np oar way, come and see us. ItSPEED..

fixed at $40 per month from the 15th of Cow of digestive jmcee, invigorate, i the
liver and purifies and enrichea the bloed. The Double Roller Chain
the 31st of December 1898.
November to nTJp >
It is the great Mood-maker and flashbuilder. MAKES IT
The county treasurer made bis monthly It cure, oB per cent, of all cases FOR SALE. Home-Grown
statement on the different funds of t lingering coogha, bronchial and throat .. hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

the county, including the fine and forfeiture and affection kindred*,weak affections.lung*, bleeding Do not from wait lungs until PINEAPPLE SUPS AND SUCKERS It has No Equal. *-

fund for tbe month of October, the lungs are too far wasted to admit of Send for Catalogue.KEATING.
being cared.
which was examined and approved, J, "Aa yau know, floe yean ago the deeten had Of the.following Varieties : WHEEL COMPANY,
Walker gwea me to die with eoaaaaptiea." write,
and J. K.
N, Waller were appointed Mr. B. O. McKianey.of Dwpmlrt, Payette Co Abbaka Porto Rico Golden
a eommlttee to destroythe war* W. Va. "I took treatment from Or K. V. Egyptian Queen, Queen, Ripley Queen, SmootnCeyunePenumbnco Middletcrwn, Conn.na .
fierce, sad am eatinly well now. I had taken '
rants turned"bver.by the treasurer as per steadily, as dieected, hia 'Qotdca Medical Ieeeeery and Red Spanlsn.
" rDr.tricTce's
schedule. The committee having, performed Meaaant Pellets, core con Apply toO. C VATTIIAJIS. Florida Pineapple Co.,
their duties asked to be dis stipation. Oaa Uttle "Pellet" to a 'West Palm Beach. Pla. ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.TSK' .













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LOCAL NEWS BLUE FLAME OIL and GASOLINE NEW HOME AND IDEAL SEWING Jl2r BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc a nice assortment WE ARE' MAKING GREAT CUTS INladies' AMONG THE HOTELS.Wkkrb .

Stoves at Furniture Stork, Machines are the best. For sale by at Screven's Drug Store, misses' and children's shoes.

Titusville, Fla.WE Gardner & Walker.Mr. Titusville. The Eaolb Clothing Store,
lid Topic* of General Interest.ulf Titusville. to stop. See list of hotels oa

TAKE GREAT DELIGHT In Showing James McComb, jr., a former COMING, COMING, COMING. XMAS our 7th page.

,,d General Omalp In connection In all our line of Men's Negligee Shirts, resident of Titusville, Is now In the em. Goods. Don't buy until you see them, NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.Brevard Hotel Coqulna, Ormond Reach, will

,1th Bl y Bay. I" k Worth. Indian, the newpatterns and styles of ploy of the fruit and produce house ofA. Gardner A Walker. open on Thursday, Dec. 1st, under the

u. and Hallfa* Umh, Key We.td and makes fancy for bosoms.fall wear; also laundered G.Hutchinson & Co., New York.Mr. County Demooratlo Executive able management of Mrs. M. Vance.We .

.11 other Important Point* alone; th.ofr Tub Eagle Clothing Store.f M. Wlsoker, of Laura street, Please mention the Advooath when Committee met at the Court-bouse, Titusville understand that Mr. S. Proskey,

Cot ol Florida. Brief mention Parts Jacksonville, is' an umbrella manufacturer writing advertisers.Mrs. on Saturday last, the 12th Inst., of Brooklyn, will have charge of the

r wr tlo Events from Varlou. of some standing. He also repairs for the purpose recommending for apment Hotel Indian River, Rookledge, the coming
.|h# world I About People Yon Know Ducks have been coming south by umbrellas and parasols in an uptodatestyle. Walter R. Watson left here a county judge (vice Judge M. S. season.

ad Paopl* Yoa Don't Know Picked the millions. Read bis ad. on page 4. vesterday, on a visit to relatives at Jones, promoted to a higher court) and
,.br Our Society Editor and a larg-e staff atPalatka. a prosecuting attorney. The members The many fiiends of Mr. Oscar G.Barron .
Df Corr pondenU scattered along- the Sheriff Joseph P. Brown paid Sebastian Mi. Robt. Ranson, of St. Augustine, In attendance were: T. V. Moore, Jensen who has recently been quite
EutCoMt of Florida. a visit on Monday. was a passenger on Wednesday's southbound Henry Gaillard, of St. Augustine : and T. A. Johnson, LaGrange, who seriously ill at tho Qulnoey houso la

Northern people who have homes train, en route to Rookledge, passed through here yesterday, on held proxies from C. R. Stewart and W.C. Boston, will be glad to learn that he Is

on Indian River, are arriving In numbers. where he will place the Acetylene gas his way to Lake Worth. Peterson; while John Henry was present IsImproving. .

THE ADVOCATE, In the New Rookledge hotel. He returned nave you any guavas for sale. War- to represent John Wynn. W. O.Braddook .
The weather Is said that Mr. II. T. Blake, late
during the past few home .
$1.50 per annum. In advance. weeks has been delightful Indian yesterday.Mr. rook A Co., Jacksonville, will buy all and K. B. Raulerson were also of the Llthla Springs Hotel,
on
$1.00 six months, * River. H. A. Hodges, proprietor of the your crop. represented by proxies. After discussing ithla Springs, Ga., will most probably

|2.00 per an. to foreign countries.jy > Buffalo Bluff saw mills, was In town Mr. Geo. W. Scobie has returned to various points in connection with the lease the Lookout Inn, Lookout Mountain

Tou cannot do better than to put yesterday, and gave us a pleasant call.He town from Miami, where ho went In the object of the meeting, Colonel D. L.Gaulden Tenn.
an ad. In the Advocate columns. It had been on a trip down Indian was* recommended for oounty
interests of his fish business;
Reading notice ads. are ten cents will pay you.- Try It. River. Look out for his lumber ad. in judge, and Mr. M. Goldsmith'for prosecuting Manager Wauicenhausen, of the Hotel

er line on this page.Thursday our next issue. Father O'Boyle left bere yesterday, attorney for Brevard county.Gov Granada, St, Augustine, who has recently
Mr. Fred. A. chief clerk in
Morgan, for New Smyrna, Port Oiange and Day- W. D. Bloxham, Monday, acted made some very notloeablo Improvements
next Nov.24th is ThanksIving the law office of Messrs. Bobbins A Graham After several months
pleasantly
tons, to attend to bis clerical duties.Mr. on these recommendations, appointing In bis hotel, informs the Advocate
Day.Mr. Titusville, has been enjoying aweek's spent In Connecticut, Mr. and Mrs. B.W Col. D. L. Gaulden oounty judge, and he expects to open about the 1stof
vacation.Mrs. Jerome here Tuesday H. n. Richardson, general agent
; passed through
of Promised Land December.
Mr. Goldsmith
Jos. Brown, M. prosecuting attorney.We .
will of the G. S. A F. Ry. was a
writes that be has left for Eden.If Jas. Mitchell and baby of for Rookledge, where they passenger understand these officers will not
,L ,
spend the wtnter as usual. They,report on yesterday's train, en route to Eau The Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine,
In Cocoa, arrived In town Tuesday, on a be able to qualify nntil tbe County Commissioners under the of Messrs. Palmer
interested orange growil bad time while management
are having a enjoyable
-read you articles on 3rd and 6th pages.Mr. visit to her parents, and to attend the north. very Gallle.Mrs. fix their bonds, which will beat A McDowell, is being entirely renovated
wedding of tier alster, Carrie.Messrs. tMr. T. Barbour, of Verona, N. Y., their next meeting.En prior to opening later In the month.

J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was aleutnt Watton and\3eorge John Laflin, a well-known resident was among the many passengers on yes patmnt, we may remark that Attorney One of the improvements will be a largo
caller at this office, Tuesday.Messrs. Harry of New York, arrived in Titusville, terday's southbound train, ion her way Gaulden will be known no longer elevator which Is added
Crook of Clifton In town now being to
were a day
orso
Monday to the winter to Eau Gallle, where she has a beautiful as "Colonel for this title burled on
Osoar and C. R. Stewart are this week. They brought a load of spend bunting was the accommodations of the bouse.
after their and fishing, as usual. John's many winter home. She was accompanied receipt of bis appointment. The Advocate
t Bonaventure, looking orag oranges from their grove for shipment friends are pleased to again give him a by Mr. and Mrs. Sayie, of New York wishes to call the attention of Its Take note that the Algonquin hotel,
.
grove.Judge north.A hearty band-shake, lie has taken a state, who will remain with Mrs. Bar readers to the faot that hereafter be St. Augustine, under the proprietorship

D. L. Oaulden spent from "copy'' of the Florida Fraternal suite of rooms at the residence of Capt.J. bour for some time. Mis. Friend, of should be oalled "Judge." of Mr. C. F. Cox, is now open.It bas

iturday until Wednesday with his fam- Record, for November, is at hand. It is 11. Smith, one of ourj>opular Indian Paterson, N. J., will also shortly arrive been re-rltted with new carpets and

r it DeLand.Col. devoted to the interests of Freemasonry, River steamboat commanders. at Eau Gallle on a visit to Mrs. Barbour.WEHAVE other things, and now looks neat, clean
Oddfellowshtp of INDIAN RIVER'S OSTRICHES.Mr. and home-like. The table Is good and
.W. G. WInans, of Eden, spent Knights Pythias, etc, The Bee Hive Dry Goods and. Millnery ,
and is credit to the editor Mr, Cox strict attention to the
a Mr. J. W, pays comfort
om Saturday until Monday In town, White, Jacksonville. Store, 21 and 23 East Bay street, a'bANNER LINE of MEN'S A. Y. Pearson, of Jacksonville, of his guests. See ad. on 7th page.Mr. .
here bis friends were glad to greet htm.Hon. Jacksonville, bas an ad. on our 4th page. odd trousers. In all prices and sizes. bas purchased nine ostriches (seven old
Private Walter E. Stokes of the They are bidding (or a share of H.P. Shares and wfe.| of New
Fred. S. Morse, one of Dade your Tub Eaolb Clothing Store. birds, and two hlokens, born on Indian
raoty's highly-respected citizens, was Third Engineer Corps, who has been patronage, as is proved by their ad. River) from Col, H. J, Tiffin,of Montreal, Haven, Conn., arrived at Rookledge last
i Monday's northbound train, on his quite ill at St. Louis with typhoid fever. Those business houses who do not advertise CanadH. and they were brought up toTitusville Friday evening. They have been busily

to bt. Augustine and Jacksonville.Judge Is now much better and out on furlough.He are not bidding for your trade. Senator Quay. Wednesday evening, on tbe ffhgaged this week getting In readiness
17 expects to visit his brother at Hobe Help along the live business men ofFloildawho steamer St. Augustine, for shipment to their cosy and well-known New Rook

M. S. Jones, of the Seventh Sound this week.Mr. advertise what they have Senator Mathew S. Quay, of Beaver, the metropolis leaving here yesterday ledge hotel for the tourist travel. As

udiclal Circuit of Florida, left here, to Pa. the horse in J. T. A K. W. whleh usual, they will have a big run of tourist
held Jas. F. Mitchell, of Indianola, sell.Mr. great political war of a Ry. car, was
he his
onday for DeLand, where will again occupy the position of chief E. C. B. Tyndall, of Waveland, Pennsylvania, passed through Titusville engaged for their transportation. MessrsJ. business.

nt court under his new appointment.Mr. bookkeeper to Mr. Geo. N. Hatch, Rock- made a flying trip to Titusville on Sun Saturday last, In his private car, en G. Bast, of Titusville, and J. Camp Hotel Roseland. located on the St.

Louis Cole, chief clerk of Hotel ledge, the coming season. Mr. Hatch day. He informs us that one of the route to St. Lucie, where be will take amuchneeded bell, of Jacksonville, superintended their Johns River, Jacksonville, Is a good

llimt, was a passenger on Monday's has one of the finest and neatest-kept Advocate subscribers, Baron Longueuil rest from politics by hauling departure from Courtenay and Titusville. place to stop at. It bas three sores of

nrtlibound train, on his way to Jackmtllle stores on Indian River.Mr. of London, Eng., and BirobwoodPittocbry in tarpon, at which he Is an adept. These ostrlohes have been located atCourtenay beautiful lawn, bowling alleys, tennis

where he said bis mother was J. Scotland, are having a fine The senator, unfortunately, was asleep for some time past, the big court, croquet grounds and other amusemenu. --
G. Bast to
went
irlously ill. last Courtenay naphtha launch built by Capt.A.. T. when an Advocate representative birds having been purchased by Col.Tiffin . This hotel is managed In first-
Sunday to superintend the shipping Rose, of West Palm Beach. It Is to be boarded bis car to give him a greeting.He from the Southern California Ostrich class style by Mrs. A. M. VanUaafton. ( AV
-Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins left bere, of Col. U. J. Tiffin's ostriches to Jack
built as quickly as possible, as the Baron has a host of friends along the-- East Farm, whleh Mr. Pearson represents See ad. on page 4. *
[onday, for Jacksonville, to attend toualness sonville. He returned Wednesday evening will soon leave England for Rookledge Coast both democrats and republicans. In establishing a branch of It InJacksonville. '
matters In connection with Mr.I with the ostriches and a big lot of where he has spent several winters. We, Senator Quay was accompanied by ajovirtl Fifteen ostriches made Mr. J. P. Vlnlog, who" wUl this winter

I M. Flagler's land purchase at Key fruit oranges, limes, etc regret to learn Baron Longueuil's 'wife and happy-going trio of young up tbe original purohase, and In spite of conduct the Colonnades hotel, atSeabreeze

lest. Congressman Capehart, of Virginia, will not come to Indian River this sea gentlemen, who we have no doubt will the natural inorease, they have been reduced FM., Is well known in this
-Archdeacon left berelonday be well satisfied with their Indian to nine by death and sale to other state as tbe former popular proprietor
B. F. Brown was a passenger on Saturday's southbound son. She spent last winter at Rockledge trip to
for DeLand, to attend the train, en route to Sharpes. Mr.Capehart and Palm Beach, and Informed us she ,River. * parties. Tbe location of tbe ostrich of the Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach.Mr. .

oarterly meeting of the Clericus Abroution is an ardeut hunter, and the was delighted with the climate and farm In Jacksonville Is now assured, as Vlning is also proprietor of thoGrey
where be will read the the contracts for the. lease of the land look, a summer hotel at Williams-
a paper onllglous only one we have beaid of in this section scenery of East Coast.A .
- topics.Rev. to kill two deer with one shot. He Died at gewall's Point. on wblob It Is located have been signed, town, Mass., which has been conducted
and tbe added attraction to Jackson In ft manner that la a credit to Williams-
fortunate enough to accomplish
- W. W. Farls, of Miami, who has was town and Its able and
a preaching at the Ocean Street'Bap- this feat on Merritta Island.Dr. NEW'FISHINQ INDUSTRY.We Died, at the residence of ber brother, ville's long list an accomplished fact. genial manager.Mr .

>t church, Jacksonville, during the and Mrs. Buttler and little son, Captain H. E. Bewail, of Sewall's Point, The ostrlohes will*be on view at Jacksonville Fred C. King Is a worthy and ablo

ut few weeks, passed through Titus- of Norwich, Conn., stopped off at Titus are pleased to note the deserved Indian River, Fla., on the 13th Instant, during of Gala Week. representative of the Florida East Coast
ills, Monday home.Cashier Miss Annie Cook Sewall, daughter of Many our townspeople were at the Hotel System, who Is now In Chicago,
en route ville a'day or so the first of the week, suocess attending our fellow townsman station to bid them adieu.
railway
the Hon. Rufus K. Sewall business for his
of Wlscasset doing He
Galllard en route to Jacksonville (by way of the and enterprising Huh dealer, Mr. Geo.W. company.
Henry after spendigieveral Maine. will bold his old
clerk"of
St. Johns river) and Savannah, where Scobie.* position as .chief
days on Lake Worth, in the the Doetor was to re-join his regiment. Mr, Scobie has added to his business Deceased was' a most estimable lady, IT WILL PAY YOU TO INSPECT the the Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach, thooomlng

iterests of the I. R. A B. B. I. N. The above party bad been on a trip as that of mackerel fishing, and judging known* by 'many along the East Coast, New and elegant line of women's and season; and neat summer be win

teamboat Co., came up to Titusville, far as West Palm Beach. Dr. Buttler from Indications, will handle the greater who will much regret to learn of her children's hosiery at be Installed as chief of tbe staff of tbe
unday, and left for St. Augustine next death. She was a sister of Mrs. A. V. United States hotel Saratoga instead
[ay. informed us that as there was very little part of the catch made in this vicinity Tub Eaolb Olothino Store.Catching ,
work for him to do In the army, he expeoted during the season. This part of his WInans, one of St, Augustlno's prominent of the Grand Union. ,

-Mr. W. n. G. Scott, a former resi'itof to resign and return to Norwich, work Is being carried on near the keys, winter visitors.Capt. Mr. A. L. Marsh, generallyWnown as"tbe
and Sewall have
Mrs. Uh.
TltuBville, but now of Eau Gallle, where he left his practice to go to the south of Miami. He Is at the present the heart First Lord of the Is
' In town of and Tues- the and time in this felt sympathy of their numerous friends Treasury,
part Monday war. We hope to see Doctor employing servioe three
* in their sad bereavement.WE Last Friday Dr. Ralph E. Smith formly again hauling in tbe shekels at Hotel
T, shaking hands with his many old wife here again.On large purse seines and about twenty-five -
lends. He now represents the whole- trawl boats, and may be credited with of San fold, but now of Jacksonville, Alcazar, St. Augustine. During the
8th will be found the past summer Mr. Marsh tried his hand
>>e house of our page accompanied by his wife and mother-in-
grocery Pope A McLaurin making on Wednesday the first
heavy
of Jacksonville's best Arms. ad.* of the Johnson Law Co., Jackson catch of Spanish mackerel In Florida ARE SELLING THE BEST MENS' law, Mrs. J..F. Keeley, of Philadelphia, at managing the nathaway Inn, at DeadbytheSea -

ville's well-known electricians. This waters this season.Mr. Shoe in the market, at fl.60 lace orcongress. who Is visiting the doctor and wife, went N. J., and one of our New
firm employs men of unquestionable ) to Mayport, on a fishing trip. While at Jersey subscribers wrote and told us
f So ble Is well known the
| ARE STILL SELLING OUR OLD ability, a sample of whose work may be pioneer fish dealer of the East Coast as of Tiru-Eagle Clothing t Store.To the beach the above party hauled in that he had met with so much success

worlte and popular all-wool Clay's seen at Gardner's Crystal Roof Gardeo, Florida and has for about UOU-lbs. of bass, sbeepahead, blue- In his new hotel venture that he decided
orstead, 18-oz. at *7.00 notwith The many years successfully to lease tbe Hathaway Inn for several '
Jacksopvllle.
Bay street, manner conducted the largest business of Hah, orabs, etc. They had excellent
standing the advance on this grade of In which they have lighted that place thin kind in this part of the state.We Start a DeeriPark.Mr. luck, Mesdaraes Keeley and Smith hauling years. 'Success to you, Arthur.
clothing.
with electricity Is a credit to the Johnson In more than tbe doctor.
have heretofore predloted that
Tub Eaole Clothing Stork. Co. and the of Jacksonville The announcement is made thai tbe
Law people this Frank Wilson, of Canaveral, has
section of the country would
place mammoth Tampa Bay Hotel at
and when see it can hardly just received Tampa,
; you you over 8,000 pounds of wlie
Itself among the first In the south, not '1 A Contradiction. will open Deoember ft It will be officered
of eleo- *
resist the temptation having which he will for
Hotel In the Ashing but use fencing forty acres
Wanted. only Industry, In other
as follows: Manager A. E. Dick
trio lights placed In your residence orstore. of land for a deer park. Ho deer ;
pursuits campatible with the climate of many
chief clerk
Hotel Placidc Charles F. Dodge; room,
Wanted are being killed by hunters ,
to lease a Florida Hotel. AdM' this region. Each year lends evidence that Mr. clerk, U. A, Sheppnrd r oasbler, Dudley
Jacksonville Fla.
J so. 8. Bowen, Capt. A. W. Bute, having relinquished of the truth of our forecasts.WE Wilson is going to be on the safe side, Nov., S. Plnney; night plerk, George Webb;
In
by keeping safety all the wild deer be 10,1808.
Hotel Placlde his as supeilntendent of the *
position O. S.
book-
Wiley private
captures alive on the peninsula. Editor Jl Jacksonville Fla. Indian River A Bay Biscayne Inland M.
ARE SHOWING AN ELEGANT Tupper: steward, N. S.Beebee
Navigation Co., bas accepted a position men's tan shoe, Willow oalf at $2.00 Dear sir: 1 note la the National Hotel ; wine steward, J. H. Conroy;

Macon Dining Rooms.i as traveling freight agent with Mac Cay, sewed, next in fastening toa ; Reporter, of Chicago, that I am now one bead waiter. U. W. Percival; head .ball
the Florida East Coast Railway, the Goodyear welt being TOWN FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS of the proprietors of the Escambia hotel, man, Nicholas Battles.
appointment having gone Into effect onTuesday. smooth inside. perfectly desiring an occasional change from Pensacola. I do not know how such, m

a His headquarters will be inTitusville. The Eagle 4.boroe fare will be sumptuously served report could have gotten oat. I do Hotel Afcasar, St.'Augustine, Is now **'?
Clotbiho
*"\ "I"1"11 Isaac's* Macon, Ga., do not fall Capt. Bnle is an old resident Store.Ileal at the Indian River hotel, Titusville, know Mr. Sweet, of the Escambia, but open, and Manager Joseph P. Greaves*s

rwejoucan, obtain popular dining rooms, of this town-and be had a host of at special rates. Sunday dinners aspecialty. have bad no more Idea of going to Pen still at the helm, with the following to

8 season at all the delicacies friends all along the East Coast who Estate Bargain. sacola than of going to "Honolulu." assist him in eonduotlng this popular

very reasonable prices. will rejoice tar learn of his appointment. > ) i Kindly contradict this report In the hostelry: A.S. Loomis is again at bls

The Advocate joins with his friends in Advocate, and oblige.I Aid post as room olerk, with A. ,I
! L8, TIN and wishing bim every success in bis new Fifty dollars takes twenty-two lots) Choice Store Property for Sale, bold a lease on Hotel Placlde wblob Marsh, cashier; John MaoMurtle, assistant
'Sets PORCELAIN Cham- office. Joynervllle addition to Titusville.II. has four year* more to run, and' privilege room clerk; J. C. Gray, night
at FURNITURE STORK __ __ ____ M. Orawhihs
Orlando, Fla. of n>e more. olerk. John O'Connor, steward, has
With Ave acres good land
Titusville, Fla.la RUBER'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCT, pineapples; good building with,tenement two in Your* truly, Jno. S. Bowkn, ehsrge of tbe back of tbe house: Mrs. K*
A who bas
Twombley bad
, No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 86'i, Guava*. over store; general merchandise stock, housekeeper< for, s number of charge as is
Residence Fla. Reliable male and delivery wagon, row and sail boat COLD seasons,
and Pineapple Jacksonville, ; WAVE COMING/ Buy your again at ber aocuatomed position.
Plantation female help,furnished and sent to all steamboat landing with warehouse: comforts and blanket* now. We have
For Sale.tt parts. Warrock A Co., Jacksonville, Fla, well established and only store In good them, all prices. Gardner A W.Do Manager Geo. O. Howe, proprietor of
are buying Guavas and are paying the community; store and posloffloe outfit Hotel Buckingham, St.Augustine Holly
;
highest market price. Shipments ..received complete; price low; title perfect. Ad Inn, Daytona and Hibiscus Lake
* SH! b olly-located villa and Orange Grove for Sale la one erate and upwards.Warrock dress the owner, you want to boy or sell property Worth was ,s hotel.
,
J a-.tK?' OTerookn, ">" blghksemt A Co.Jacksonville., A. J. Olds, P* M., on Indian River f If yon do, write tbe train passenger on Tuesdsy'snorthbound .
en route to
P'' owaqua Indian River; in In the heart of Klssimmee city, Florida Fla. Waveland, Brevard Co.< Fla.Tltasvllle Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titusvllle He had been down, to the Daytona Hibiscus*
the 79 of them bearing and Fla.
P'n
29-2
* PPl section large : trees.
ti.tSlw,, nd oat-houses. 'Mod- have a light crop on them now; a good hotelvwhere he Is having new plumbing
? lMd, residence on opposite side of Wanted tor Cash done, eleetrlo lights and gas, aew>
its !? *o l srrangeu two-story laundry.Mrs. House for Sale.A kitchen en 11
nary department etc.
!?"* ""werage; boat-house and street, facing grove. A delightful borne ,

rei taK*. *ry/ flowers ,and ISFor for someone; healthiest locality in Florida Fresh fruit and vegetables In small Goo. Cock,' of Tltasvllle, U now good, substantial,
: artesian and sntphnr water, good shipments; prompt return*, prepared to do laondry tprork of every nine-room, two-story boas* for salo in, expects to spend about
J. $15,000 on various Improvements. Mana-
school. Price only a,00O.For better 'A. FiouaxoTt deseriptioa. All work guaranteed. Titusville. Will
sell
*V. CWCTANS, description write to OM. Gassa, Cor. 1st and Poplar SU., Leave yonr washing at G. F. Daren's Inquire on the premises cheap, If sold soon. ; Howes ssya be is also going to rnskonrther

Eden, Fla. Lock Box, an, Miami, Fla. Macon, Ga. corner store, opposite Advocate office. M. D, L. DoDsoir. Improvements. at the Holly Ina.Daytona. .












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INDIAN llfVEB ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 18, 1898.


OEORO MARX. JOHN
charged which was accordingly done. cf Wnut* a* d1reot afor theatmond JURX

Humor Blood The treasurer also had certificate atISchVd NUf ICE, CREAMS. cream, ohop fine, sift, stir irkasalfspoonfnl.pf -
injhe: U/Ws report showing that the salt an4.add toaquaito{ ice
Rata Ca>aa l e> Oellelonwlr With fcs *) frozenLet it stand
balances caUo4 for In nil report'were on Craa- cream when half Wholesale Dealers InGROtaftlES

Caused Great OI tre e-CouldJiot deposit Ifa he ndlan'JllverJ tato Bank.., Nat cream* are*We"latestu the popalar for two hour* after freezing to ripen.Oivswn FRUIT AflD PRODUCE.

Rest at Night Children Mad Ills {Ionor, the county udge, made ftosen. delicacy,,, This delightful Oaeat fcuratlve. ..
Boll* but Hood's 'Cured."I his for licenses Issued "
monthly
report variation[ the standard artfole may The nae of oxygen gaa, either pure or
waa troubled with humor, which during the month of October which was be very easily made by using Neapolitan diluted with "pure air, is regarded byDr. 131 and 1U3 East Bay Street arid tt and 8 Newnan Street,

broke oat on roy kin and caused mo ao examined and approved. or Pbladelphia loe jnreard S| a basis, George Stoker-who communicates Taoj soxxxrlllo
much distress I could not rait at night. Iwai The road teport of J. P. Bell, J. Lawson aod.it furnish** an acceptable novelty some remarkable results of his long experience 3loriti:
advised to try Hood's BsrseparllLs, for the entertainment* of the social sea* Tbe British Medical Journal
and C. II. Rook was received and to ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
bottle I have not son now opening. CD
and since taking a f w accepted and notices order to be posted as the speediest method of healing ]
been troubled with Impure blood. I believe Chestnuts most be well boiled till wounds and more economical as respects
Hood'a Banaparilla to be the beat aooordlng to law, qnlte soft, mashed, rubbed through a both suffering and money than We are'headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and
blood that be obtained." I Mrs. A. P. Harbin was allowed $}2 for sieve and then slightly salted, but all Bacteriological full line Cowp
purifier can any other treatment. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a fHay, Grain and Feed. We,
8. Pbttkwat, Wllllaton, Florida. caring for Win. Anderson for 24 days other nnts are more pronounoed and study shows that oxygen destroys some your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.By" .
My children were troubled with bolla.I while sick. better flavored if unboiled. Almonds, micro organisms of wounds and encourages MARX BROTHERS
tried numerous remedlea without giving The following amounts as security ohestnuts, filberts, and hazelnut* should the .growth of others. In every We only Sell to Dealers. Jacksonville, Fla.1iSC

them any relief, but after they had was fixed by the Board to be given by be shelled, blanched, chopped fine, sifted healthy and rapidly healing wound or
taken a few bottles of Hood'a BarBaparllla the newly-elected county officials: County and added to the cream at the begin sore certain micro organisms deemed
the boila disappeared. We hare taken ning. They may also be slightly roasted favorable to recovery are found, while
judgo, $lr>00 assessor, $1,000; collector chopped, pounded to a paste and G IS-A. ISBLTJ3 E
Hood'a Sarsaparllle alnce then and always others are held to be unfavorable, and CO.Don't
keep it on hand and have no fear of the $30,000; treasuier, $10,000.It rubbed through a sieve 'with the addition when healing is arrested or retarded ina DEALERS INje .
was ordered that tho following Sills ot a little cream. Add this paste to
boils returning. Mna. A. J. E. BaYAOT, wound treated by oxygen a corresponding
lakeland, Florida. Remember be audited and ordered to be paid: the hot cream and set aside to cool.Nnts decrease of favorable or increase of *xi.G \\7lnes ctxxka. X-.<-u.ors

7 SarsaS W II Sharpe, county com, 900 oombine delioiously 'with many unfavorable micro organisms follows.To 417, 419 W. But
Hood J Mendel 440 of the delicate fruit cream ices. Equal meet this their character is speedily St.,

parillaIs J N Waller 25 40UK parts of either walnuts,, pistachios or reversed by increasing tbe strength of JACKSONVILLE, \ FU
the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. J R Walker ' ( ) almonds and mixed candied fruits make the bath.
Price, $11 six for eg, Get only Hood's.tI.nn.rl0 J Houston 000 a good combination with almost any oxygen
W II Sharpe ez sobs'nit 21 20 cream ices for a basis. The addition ofa Campaign ..ArgumentsDon't
Dills are toe best after-dinner J N WallerJ 70 20 think the ( man who entertains
nOOU S fills puis, aid digestion, two. Mendel 13 20 pinob of salt to each quart of not his thoughts Is always proud of his "go" here. Like t!
the flavor
oream heightens especially
(
J Houston .38 m promise made In the rainbow
J It Walker 12 00 of pistachio), which is slightly insipid guests.
F Reed, dell veilng ballot boxes $ 4 00 without it After spending a two weeks* vaoationIn you can depend upon the assnances

D 8 Carlton, * 14 (X) All cream icea containing nuts require the country but few men arepatilotlo made that our goods a
T A Robinson time both and good goods, ly
180 a longer to freeze enough for it. propel aged, of fi
J P Brown, jnnltor. . . . 000SO to ripen, because of their oily nature. est flavor,'and highest quality.Wejve .
J P Brown, deliver'g ballot boxes HO Observe the same general rnle* for something piutlculai
J P Brown, waiting on Co. Com.J 600 freezing, packing and molding as for State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I gg
fine In Mount Vernon
Mendel extra work & 18 00 # WhisktIt's
postage ordinary cream ices.Almond. Lucas County, I
A A Stewart, accountant 18 00 Ioe Cream. A quart of Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heIs a thhst quencher and Invigator
J Mendel, oopying minutes. > (150 the senior partner of the Him of-F. J. of first water, Biipieme in ccellence
cream four of shelled almonds
ounoes ,
F S Chaffee ,
,
stationery 6 25 business in the city
Cheney & Co., doing and reasonable In
A A Stewart, clerk and auditor.T 13.1 73 a teaspoonful of vanilla essence and a Toledo and state aforesaid, price
memIITLTOHb of county
J Cockshutt officer few.drops each of rose water and bitter ,
reg. 21 10 and that said firm will pay the sum of
T J Corkshutt, list of electors.iC 30 00R almond extract. First blanch the almonds One Hundred Dollars for each and every
& It News, publishing list of then pound tbem to a paste in a cas$ of catarrh that cannot be cured by
stricken voters 0 50 mortar, adding the rosewater and avery the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. The Post of Responsibility.
R A Bobbitt, cleaning cesspool 300 little cream gradually. Heat the FRANK J CHENEY.

Kloilda Star, blanks for election 20 25 oream in a doable boiler until quite hot, Sworn to before me and subscribed Inmy
M S Jones
bal. Co. .
Judge.J 40 5.)
not boiling, melt tbe sugar in it, and presence, this 6th day of December,
F Wooten, Corns, as"assessor. 703 25
Vance Printing Co., blanks. 7 00 when cold add the almond and vanilla A. D. 18S The men on tbe manairhrirlffA

IKS bank, Int. for S months 00 40 essenoe. Freeze and pack according to A. W. GLEASON,
Advooatb, piloting license rep'tD 1133 general practice.Chestnut. t skal. f Notary Public.Hall's have a tremendous responsible

I Uaulden, pros, att'y. . 83 33 Take a quart of cream, internally UllUgC re8tlng upon them. They are tl
Is taken
T T Wet more, Ice ,. 3 40 half a pint of chestnuts, shelled, half a Catarrh Cure the blood and brains of the great machine. We hold the

A Hadley, load of wood. , 100S00 pound of sugar, half a teaenpful of mucous and acts surfaces directly of the on system. Send strictly to account for the result of ever;battlWe
Advooatb, printing Inst, cards,
orange juioe/a teaspoonful of vanilla, a
rrltohard & Son md'se for for testimonials, free.F. want to be considered in identically tli
jail 8 38
It A teaspoonful of essenoe of almonds, J. Chknky A Co., Toledo, O. with to the I1EEK bihere.
Conkllng, ferryman, -, ... 600 light respect you
sweet. the chestnut either
Prepare by 75o.
Sold druggists
by ,
D Cain, ferryman BOO JJ- We want to be held personally ai
J [Of the ways given in general direction*
P Brown, waiting on board 18 00
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CAR News, printing list of and finish the same a* for the almond strictly responsible that it Is the beBt you r;
ice.Filbert. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. buy.
qualified voters 02 00 oream
PROCEEDINGS.TitusviLib Electric Light Co., lights . 9 00 or Hazelnut. Add quarter
J P Brown, feeding county dog. 200 of a pound of the nut kernel* to a quart The best Salve in the wor d for cuts,
J P Brown .. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt iheum, fever Address,
jailor 30 00US60 bf good ice cream, without forgetting the
Fla., Now. 0,1808. A m't pal d on t f or pau pers, pinch of salt in the first instance.Pistachio. sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains and C. MULLER & CO.,
skin
A P Harbin corns, and all eruptions, positively Jacksonville Fla.Agts .
attending pauper. 12 00 ,
The Board/of Brevard County Commissioners L R Decker, lumber for bridges. 068 Prepare a qnart of good oures Piles, or no pay required.It for Acme Brew Ing Cil
net on the above date puisunntto J P Brown, feeding prisoners. 70 00 loe cream. Blanch and pound to a paste Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
four ounces of nut* Rub into refunded. Price 25c.
pistachio per
Pritchard or money
4
adjournmentlwUert the following Son, matr. for bridge 140
members-were a .1 A Johnson, deputy reg. officer 12 00 the paste three drops of orange flower box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee, druggist.
W. II.
present : Sharpe
,
J R Mathers, 12 00 water, and when tbe cream ia quite cold
chairman; J. Mendel, .1. It. Walker, J. EII Covar, ' 12 CO add the paste with a teaspoonful of almond
Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewait, JEM Hodgson 12 00 essenoe and four' or six drop* of WANTED this SEVERAL state to manage TRUSTWORTHY our bu lne Per in THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Conpj

clerk; J. P, Brown, sheriff. HFGlbba, 12 00 any green ooloring (spinach, etoto their own and nearby oonntles. It la mainly
The following business was transacted, A Conkllng, 12 00 give the requisite shade. Finish "asusual. ofllce aiwo a work year and conducted expennee at borne.definite Salary, bnnaflile straight, no
R L Hardee, 12 00 more,no less salary. Monthly S7S. Reference..
to-wlt Wood
Coal Coke Brttk Lime Cement
:
W T Hays ed atamped Herbert
12 00 WalnnL Blanoh Bnoloae neflilre! envelope ,
,
The minutes of the last regular and T J DeSteubenJ 12 0012H one-quarter pound K. Heis, rrea.,Kept.M, CbUwgo. ,

extra meetings were read and confirmed. W Swain, )
Permit granted to J. O. Shaw to carry It O Reams, 12 00 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
P Whltfeld, 1200
a Marlla repeating rifle No. 22,401, calibre T II Sanders, 12 00 Massee Lumber

32. N N Penny, 41u 12 00 Company. 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone !'
Bond of A. A. Ford for notary publlo C II Nauman, 12 00 .

was examined and approved.On J K Fulta, 12 00 J. K. MUNNEBLYN, General Manager

motion, the tax books for 1808 were K II B F Hutchinson Nuckles, ', "" 12 12 00 00 Hannfactnrers Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. Flooring,

examined and found correot and the P A McMillan, 12 00

same were accepted and a warrant Issued J T Bell, 12 00 Ceiling Latbs Shingles etc. Wholesale only; tf I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
E C Walker "
12 00again ,
to the tax collector to collect the taxes

accordingly. the The first Board Monday adjourned In December So meet, 1808. Bridge Timbers, Car Sills, Framing, Ktln-drled Finishing Board, Plain Weather- > HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *
It was ordered that $30 be taken from
boarding, Beveled Weatberboardlng.
the fine and forfeiture fund and placed Surplice effects are mucb use4 on, the Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves,Tinware,Gittteware
to the credit of the prisoners'fund.Jt bodloes of silk and satin wedding gowns.A Mills at Kerns, Dooly County, Ga. doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ica crai

was ordered,that the game and fish pessimist Is one who Is always expecting Address: 407 Third Street, MACOV.-GA. freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, garden tool
plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettk
warden be Instructed to keep the stakes bad luok and is surprised when
and barbed wire,
defining the fish limits at Indian River it comes.

Inlet In proper position, After a long experlenoe of the world, Harrison Bros* Ready Infixed. Paints.

la the matter, of the different banks I never knew a rogue who was not un WHEN IN NEED OF. Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit ntlomof
happy. Junius. your patronage. Mail Orders given J'rompt and Careful Attention, and iuculriei I
of the county It Is deolded as the Board prices answered promptly.

cannot rdjpoe the assessment by direct 3edLViQ.! :

order because they are positively prohibited Lumber Hardware and Paints Fla
West Palm Beach,
from so. doing by law (aooordlngto ,
section iid, chapter -4,32.1 laws of Florida

), but this Board admits and adjudges

}be, assessment of 1808 Is excessive Or anything in the line of Building Material

and that for the Indian River State

Bank, $7,000; for the Melbourne State House Furnishing goods Tinning
or or Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Bank, 1,000, would Lave been a fair assessment

forsaid, bank*, Plumbing do not fail to write STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Objections filed by T. C. Bass against ...

the road as layed4out, from Edgertbwnto Butterine, 14cts. perponni

St. Lucie post offioe passing through Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will pleas*joi
his lands at viewed and laycdout.
as present
102 Main and 3 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
A maa must reap as he eews, If he sows
Whereas, for the more adequate enforcement 111 health ..he will reap ill health. If heeprlecta THE BRICK STORE," Telephone Xo. 255.
his health the weeda of diaeaae
of chapter 4,218 and' 4,837 * will stow np and choke it. Indlnn River, -
the laws of Florida, relating to the protection It la a daily and hourly marvel that men
will reekleaaly nerlaet their healthwhena
of food fishes, It Is necessary to moment'a thought ahould tell thena that EASY RIDING
make some change In the present method.It they are coartiac death. It lita ia ssoat AW AMD PLANINO MILLS.Pnlatkn JACKSONVILLE TARIVB.
very maa'a power to live to a (reea old Via. bay St., Foot of Catherine. All the time
the and
Is therefore ordered that game axe. If a nan weald only take the aama speed when you
and fish warden of the county reside In care of himeelf that he doea of hie hone,or WILSON COMPANY want it Is a great feature of

the Immediate vicinity of Indian River cow When, or a doc man, he ownaa would bundre4UooUar enjoy good health.hone. CYPRESS ,

Inlet and that his pay be fixed at $40 aad it rets sick, he does not waste any time
month. It Is further ordered that about doctorins; him up. When hla garden Manufacturers ot
per gets rail of weeda, he doean't delay about Here are some Keating' you7c
he shall be allowed one regular deputy, rooting them out. for he knows they will points for onslderation:
who, Instead of remaining at one particular choke out hie vegetablca. When he ia oat Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. The Frame makes
of aorta, tick, uerntua, heedachey, has no itSTROXG..
point or place, shall act as a river appetite snd is reatlcaa aad aleepleae at

patrol and shall be constantly employed night, he pays little attention to it. The A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, cellfng. siding, mouldings, shingles, The Construction makes it
result la
eonaumption,
In patrolling the Indian River from the or aoeae serious blood or nervona skin diaeaae.prostration Dr. lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress DURABLE.

north to the south boundary line of the Fieree'a Golden Medical Diaqoeery ia the mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
and further that his be beet of all mediciuea for hard working men. When at home write for when oar come and see The Bearings give itSPEED.
county, pay It gives edge to the appetite, facilitatee the as prices; up way, us. .
fixed at $40 per month from the lftth of flow-ef digestive juices, invigorates the
November to the 31st of December 1808. liver and purifiea and enriches the blood. The Double Roller Chain
It ie the great blood-maker and aaehbuilder. MAKES IT FLIUp
The county treasurer made his monthly It cures oB per cent, ef all cases FOR SALE. Home-Grown
statement on the different funds of f lingering coughs, bronchial and throat .. hill, down hill, on the tour, road or traok

the county, Including the fine and forfeiture and affections kindred, weak affections.lungs, bleeding Do not from wait lungs until PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS lt haS N E9Ua!" TKEATING
fund for the month of October, the lunga are too far waated to admit of Send for Catalogue.
being cured.
which was examined and approved. J.X. A*yen know. Ive yean ago the dorters had Of the following Varieties : WHEEL COMPANY
me w to die wttt ,** wr1t ,
Waller and J. R. Walker were Cvea conmimpllen e
a Committee to destroy the warrants appointed VU.. O."I/took McKJnaey.treatment otW. Deeewater from, Payette Dr. Co*V.ittaelywell ;, Abbili, Porto Rico, E&ptlia Qneei., Golden Queen, Rlplej Queen, SmootnCayaie MiddletowTi, Conn.

turned over by the treasurer as per etaaduy, ea dinoled* bla 'Ooldcn am Medical I had taken Da*. !Pehunbnco and Red Spanish.

schedule. The committee having per- Dr. Fieree'a Pleasant Pellets care Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co., THe '
formed their duties asked to be dts- stipetioa. One little "Pellet" is a West Palm Beach, Fla. ADYOCATE docs nfe'at; ..clean Printing.











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All -West t&UxW deacii. spiced pttfcties.
i -yeaVlound..
Caefal srsr i-* *l ";,r ***" INDIAN RIVKBj GUARDS.'

kiln* l* in m* Owmpmm. > Drill M the.Armory, i> er cmi nty )ull,every M

A u N Seminole Hotel Ginger is tbe most wholesome irploe, fuMday eveningIn'Or the.K.,BTKWART month,*t,8 Captain.o'clock.
the most
mac*, cinnamon and nutmeg
delicate, while, allspice has a ooanter 7. P. B.C. B.Macta .

OPEN ALL THK TEAR. flavor and one disliked by many. White every Sunday evening at 6:30: o'clockat
A,1aAi&W& mustard and polery seed give an appetising the ITeabyterlan Church.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
flavor, and when the seeds themselves
This hotel Is substantially built of brlok.and has every convenience. Close to would ,detract from ,the>appearanoe INDEPENDENT ORDER. GOOD TEMPLARS.Tltusvllle .
the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, of a relish they should be plaoed ina Lodge No. 17 meet*every Ttieadar
with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per nay and muslin bag and discarded when the evening nicotinic*lima tlrat Tuenday In Proahyterlan in eaoh month.C. church.. lMibllo

upwards; special rates by the week or month. , relish lsoanned. Vinegar should be boiled A. GARDNER, Q. W. SCU1IIR,
GEORGE ZAPF
Proprietor.MIAMI. Suo't. C.T.CHVKCIIES. .
no longer than is positively necessary, /

as it is sure to lessen its strength, says

a writer in Good Housekeeping ,in giving .
the following among recipes for
..- ,* ' .
'.I,. pickles and souoea: EPISCOPAL CHURCH.Sfcrvtaaa .
For pickling no variety of pear is Snd and 4Hi Sundays In each
Hotel Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. equal to the Socket, with its fine, firm monthat 11a. m. and 1:3: p. m. Suniluy ouliuid
grained flesh and sweet flavor. Out out every. Sunday at 0:ao a. in. Evening; nrnyer atSp.
m. on Wedneedays. Litany aemit> every
the blossom end and pare smoothly, leaving Friday at 10 a. m.Arvhdoncon.
Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates o. P.by HUNTINGTON the week. the stems on, and drop into oold water It. F. Known, Rector.

Proprietor.HOMESEEKERS to prevent discoloration. If a larger
variety must be used, pare, halve and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
neatly cut out the core. Weigh the Services evvry Piihnath at 11 a. m.and 7.00p.m.Btmdny .
boil hcIiiioI at ll:4fl: a.m., (Jen. W.Sooiiln,
fruit, and if very hard steam or
Sunt. Prayer niix'tlmr slowly in clear water until they commence at7m.:: The liulillo are cordlully lnvl'ted to attend

to soften. For every eight pounds our services.Rev.I. P. HOWARD, Pastor!
cf fruit allow one quart of vinegar, Ave

pounds of Bugnr, one tablespoonful of HAPT18T CHURCH.PreaohlnRevery .
Who are Seeking a Homejn the South should Send to tbe undersigned for a ground cinnamon, one-half a tablespoonful secoml and fourth Sundays

ATLANTA, GA. copy of theFlorida of maoe, one tanspoonful eaohof morning and evening. lrayer JUifitm rs every
HOTEL ARAGON. and dozen Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday
cloves and white ginger a
.. The Palace Hotel of the South. School every Sunday at 0:4ft: a.m. Also preaeliInfrltrst -
peppercorns. Add the sugar to tbe viuegur. Sunday at JjKlrange. All are conllally
American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best East Coast Homeseeker.We Tie th mixed spioos in throe lit invited to attend.
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks muslin into the vinegar E. N. Ilitj.L. Pastor.
drop
tie bngs
from Union deDOt, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke
from trains. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled and slowly bring to the boiling point. METHODIST CHURCH.Reanlar .

by any hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Kates, American plan, Cook a few pears at one time, and only sorvloes every flrst, third and fourth

1-250 to 14.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. have lanjtls for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacoo Growing, and fOf until they oau bo pierced with a silver Suiiilaya at 11 a. in. und 7:00: p. in.' Sunday
GEQ. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. fork. Whou all are cooked, put into School every Sunday nt 10:00: a. m. Epworth
Winter and Summer Homes. 'Climate the healthiest In tb United States. stone crook and League each Sunday at 3 i.'to p. in. 11-aver ineetln -
glass fruit jars or a every Thursday night at 7:00 o'clock, TbaLadles'
Apply oover with the hot vinegar. If the crook, Aid Society meets every Wednesday
ATLANTA OA. toJAS. the of the fruit at a::00 p, in. Everybody welcome at our church
top
invert a plate over services.
The Holland E. INGRAHAM, LanrJ Commissioner,
27-20 Auburn Avenue. to keep.it uutier the sirup. Rov. A. 1>. PENNEY, rostor,
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T, With a small knifo divide large olus
ten of grapes a little underripe into CATHOLIC CHURCH.Sorvlcea .

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.Mrs. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA, convenient sized sections. Wash, drain, at 10 a. in. every Similar, In new
weigh and pack into a stone jar. For Clmrcli building-, North Tltusvllle. Children's
oateohisui at 8
F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, every ten pounds of fruit allow one p. Hev ,J.F.O'Hotlb, Rector.
quart of vinegar,, five pounds of sugar,
Kates, #1.00 to $1.60 ier day. Phone 1029. MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer two tableapoonfuls of ground cinnamon MUNICIPAL.

and one of ginger. Slowly bring to the

MACON OA.. boiling point, take out tbe spice bags TOWN COUNCIL.
,
the Let stand
and over grapes.
pour Mayor I Adhemar Ilradyt aldermen I .Tno. M.
three days.. Drain off the vinegar, reheat Dixon, W. It, Knox,Jnn. It. Walker, Minor S.
MACON, GA. pour over the fruit,'weight with June*, H. L. llrody) assrasori John Henryi
clerk and treasurer I C. 8. Schuyler marshal
;
EDGERTON HOUSE an inverted plate and next morning tie and oolleotor: M. H. Jonas, Jr The council
"
Next to "Brown House. Fischer Kingsbury Franklin a paper over the top of the jar and set meets first Tuesday In each month.
*
,
in a oold, dry place.
Facing the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city' Streetcars HOARD OF TRADE.
pass the door. Choice rooms from 60o. to 91. Restaurant convenient. Hints About Ma.ktn.af Pcttleoats. Meets every second Wednesday nightIn each
PIANOS month RtR:00n'clock In
: rooms over iiostoMca.
Address Edgerton House,' 4th St., Macon, Ga. Now that skirts are frequently mounted Judge M.8. Jones, preslcent) W'm.2>J. Brown,
on a separate foundation this latter treasurer) J,Q.Hast,secretary.

is trimmed to..represent tbe petticoat,
Jacksonville:. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. snd the petticoat itself does not require COUNTY OFFICERS.
to be too fussy. and is out so straight
and fitted that it preserves tbe close fit- SCHOOL .
Hotel Placid Opened e Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms, i ting effect, pno of the simplest models J. M. Dixon, BOARD.R.: N". Andrewa}
Cocoa 8.F.Oibba, Melbourne,
Jannary, 1894In for an effective petticoat will be found )
in the diagram. The top is closely
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line,between east and west Write for Catalogues.MANIER.
shaped to tbe figure, and there is only avety COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
block
one from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
I Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2,60 per day and A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, little fullness at the back. : Wc H. Sharps, Shariiea,> chairman|" Joseph
upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BO WEN, Proprietor.k The skirt Is made about five Inches Mendel.LaUranicet. J. R. Walker.llttisvlllei
Jno.Houston, Eau Galilei J.N. Waller,Ankona,
24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla, and
leas than the entire length required Regular sessions are held first Monday In eaohmonth.
cot in large Vandykes,'which lare out* .

Travelers' Hotel. New CtOIlVGiVOIfcTJBC ? COUNTY.OFFICIAtB.

. Minor fl.Jones, Tltusvllle, county Judge| D.
TRAVEL VIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." L, Ganlden, Tltusvllle, ftroeecutinir attorney j
A.A. Stewart,Tltusvllle, clerk circuit eoartj J.
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Eleotrlo F. Wooten, Cocoa, tax assessor| E. W. Hall,
Bharpe*,tax collector| John Henry, Tltusvllle,
Southern ahd Florida treasurer! J. H.Same,Courtenay, superinteadnt -
Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. .Georgia Railway.Suwanee public Instruction) J. Or Fries.Tltusvllle,
oounty surveyor|J.P.Ilrowo,Tituarilia,sheriff.
THE BEST'$2.0 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA.IH .
River Route.j .
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.


> The Georgia Southern fe Florida Railway comprises part of the Tlfton Route, AntiRheumaticPOWDER.

and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the 1

EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville' via Macon,

Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, |and the ...

Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee.
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.60, $2, $.1, $9 weekly.Klerator For Strengthening the Body,, Preventing
For further information schedules sleeping reservations etc.
maps, oar ,
baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES.ST. Lumbago, Rheumatism, .Tender
call
write or on
HUGH H. RICHARDSON/Gen. Agt., A siWruc i D STTuisn rSTTIOOAT. Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions,' etc. 'All

AUGUSTINE. "Jf Hogaft St,, Jacksonville.1 1Wm. lined with Insertion lace, silk; ruohingorj irritations 'of skin, from emptlve'dls-'

CHECKLET SHAW, G. A, MACDONALD, other trimming. .Underneath tbs eases or any cause. Itching'Piles, (Salt

Hotel. Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt. ,Vandykes. there is ,a, deep- very foil Rheum), Ring Worm and 'Eczema.

Algonquin .. ,flounooof silk or material, which baa no Massage treatment will be'greatly enhanced
foundation at tbe back and sets oat
very by the use of this powder. Used
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. fussily. byall first-class .
You Save Even a moreen or brllliantine petticoat operators.AU
Refitted, newly furnished and under can Money in of the above are, greatly relieved,
new management. Centrally located can be made this style, using aSounce
near all points of Interest. Large sample of pinked put silk, set In small and cured, in conjunction with the Indicated

room for use of traveling men. Overlooking ( this plaiting requires less silk nomcopatfcio remedy,-
Plaza and .Monuments. A full than tbe accordion style and is quite as VFm 2ficts in stamps. 28cts.
view of the ocean and rolling breakers IQy Sondlng toCH fussy and effective. tta
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric SAMUEL EDER. M. D.,
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. => "
AS3D.. E DESOT7"OSI3FOR BnOOKLYN, K. t. ;
Rates: $2.00 to $2.60 per day. Special rates by the week.C. THEY CAME TO TERMS.fjoth 1340 Buthwlok Avenue. "-
Open all year. F. COX, Proprietor.PALATICA. .
Wera road a(.tha.JSama Girl, ba
tti
Mara off atasna OSae*

QUOTATIONS ON Two chums .who worked aide by side COTTON

In tbe same pit fell out over a girl and
refused to speak to each other for several

Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLORIDA. Seeds Fertilizers ft Material. weeks. It was Ineffable torture to LINEN NETTING.
both of them, for tbey bad relied upon ... i
,
eaoh other to relieve the tedium pf work'In

The only Brick Hotel In.town. Electrlo lights and bells. Open the year Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and.Notions.jy tbe mine, but neither seemed Inclined
make tbe first at reconciliation
'ound. Service strictly first-class. . to attempt
Kates: $2.60 per day and np. Special by the week or month, and to families.Mas. If you need a Stove write for prices.Abetemtooaaeaa and so the estrangement promised
to become permansjit.
.
M. L. BARNHART
One morning, however,' the 'elder of FISHING TACKLE, F
Proprietress. the two came up to bis companion and
at Xlaht, *JT Orla-la of Prarvarfc. laid a gaudy, expansive lady's waist Superior quality Linen Gill Netting;

TITUSVILLE.paTXDI. A writer In Italia Tremale declares isahis Hungry.Biggins X. don't see bow belt st bis feet. ... y , .. made from Knox's Scotch thread.
opinion that many persons who these make it oat that "
proverb gays ?What's that for, Jack? asked the anil
w Samples estimates cheerfully furnished.

remain thin and weakly. In spits of all time is money, other awkwardly.,
Corks Leads Lines etc.J. .
LiT ZBITTEI3 HOTEL, precautions in regard to diet, etc., owe Weary Watkins Jist listen atyoalAs "For thee to try thy luck wi*, owd ,
the fact largely to habitual abstemiousness if yoa'd never.beard tbe Judge make man," answered Jack. "She wouldn't 8. JOHNSON A CO.,

at night The digestive organs, be It so many dollars' ,or so many days. take It fro'me." Manufacturers,
TITUSVH-LE, asserts, have no need for repose, pro-' Indianapolis Journal.Hi Who wouldn't?" 131 South St, BALTIMORE,, MD.>

INDIAN RIVER, Tided, always, that the quantity of, Tba knows.who weel enough. She
nourishment taken within the 84 hours Way*. rI slapped my face when Ab offered it to

FLORIDA. does not go beyond< tbe normal limit 'The Soldier's Mother Z got letter her and axed me if Ab took her for ..I BUT OR SELL...
the fact that the intervals between from Qeorge today, and be is grumbling champion fat woman'in a penny show.

meals are short working no" Inconvenience bout tbe victuals In the army.Tbe Thee try her wi' it nab an see'if .tba Confederate Honey. Bonds &
J. O. BAST, but, on the contrary, tending to Soldier's Wife am glad to fares ony better."

Manager. the avoidance of feebleness, which Is bear tbst bo is making himself at borne.Indianapolis Entering into the spirit of the thing, POSTAGE STAMPS.
the natural result of an Interval extended Journal.A .
& tbe younger collier sought tbe girl and Largest stock in the world. Address
.
to too great a length. Further, according offered her tbe belt, which she accepted m

.,> .;* -.. *! Open all the Year. to this writer, feeble persons, NlOfMtiM. with gushing*rapture. CUAS. D. BARKER; Atlanta, Ga.
those also who are Jean and emaciated, Cabman (to distracted old lady, who, "Ab tbowt so, owd man,", said Jack
and, above all, such as are sufferers after much search, has produced .three
* when be.beard tbe result
[ fm > tt. ., .. Only'' a few minutes lugubriously WANTE&-SEVEBAL TKrSTWOKTHY Per
Insomnia, it to themselves nine
from owe penny bit and pennies in payment pf. the interview. "Bat we're pals aaanatre our buslnesa
walk from Railway stations retire without taking some nourishment for of miles Z missus In their own and nearby eooatlee. It la mainly
m and steamboat landlags. not to m drive two ) say, gain,,aren't wef! office work conducted at Jmnw Salary straight
In vi pi it it at ni.tt into the stomach, soon as stm> W long 'ave yer been savin np for "Steytber, answered the lucky suitor W0 a year and expenses' definite, bonallde. se
On tbe banka of the ?>!e bread and batter, st glass of milk, this 'ere fare?" Judy. fervently. London.Telegraph. more Encloee,no self-add lee*salary.rssusd Monthly stamped#78.eaveloue.fUferenoea.Her
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tibn V far-famed Indian River. ew biscuits or crackers. bert K.Haas,Preak,Daps.M,ducairo.









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Point, on Sunday last when she passed the steps, while they listened very at-
deacefully away after a long and linger; tentlvely to the KeV. Mr. Wells, who ROBBINS & GRAHAM

ing illness. preached a very Interesting sermon (Successor to Lovott<& Carroll.)
Belle in with load The Advocate has been requested to
The sharpie camo a
of bananas and other fruits from the thank the people of Titusvllle for their Iia-oiryors. GROCERIES .FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds
keys Monday.Mr. unlimited kindness in entertaining the ,
Association and its visitors.A .
Baker and II. E. Olds have bearing WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tlnwaie.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited,

cocoanut trees on their places at
East Waveland, and there will oe many BEAUTIFUL YACHT. UNITED STATES COURTS. FLORIDA.b. .

others around here before long, as those

The An'heuser-Bnscli Brewing Asso'lon.Funums planted have grown well and seem to By Invitation of Commodate Fred. D.
thrive in oar soil, particularly those Hughes and wife, of New York who ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished mi. :sE3.iD"2r: 3c beo.
fit.IouIn Keg ami Bottled JIaer. which have been fertilized with seaweed gave our office a pleasant call just after
of which valuable fertilizer we their arrival in Advocate for Lands In Brevard and Dade Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
Sold by Me...T Htoy* Motlrew, Tltimvlllo, Flu, are supplied free giatis. It has also port an representative Groceries, Hay, Groceries, fa\\
My Mr .1 D.C rabb,Copiik, ri Wednesday afternoon, visited
Jiy Mr. W.J, Tucker, Port florae, Fla. proved to bo an excellent lawn fertilizer, their new steam and sail yacht, called Counties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Ghm.I
and when composted tins tho appearance the Amryllis, wbioh was moored to the Food and Wheat. We are the only house ofi Indian River dealing excluBiveli S
...JOSEPH ZAPF... and similar effect of barnyard ma'nure. Titusvllle wharf.A the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronajrl
Many tons of It to waste every around showed truly E. L. BRADY & BRO.
cursory glance us Very Titusvllle f fLosloy
Wholesale Beer and Liquors. year, but we predict that as its value one of the finest pleasure yachts of Its have a large List y
becomes better known It will, to a certain kind that has ever piled the waters of
extent, displace the commercial Indian River. Throughout the Inside of Lands owned by
Wont Bay Stioet, fertilisers for which such considerable
a
she Is beautifully fitted In mahogany,
JACKSONVILLE, >LA. per cent of the receipts of the garden and upholstered in a manner fit to please ourselves and clients. c& Motlow
are paid.We .
the most fastidious yachtsman. Her

are confident that no other place .mountings are brass, and she has French Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER HENRY R.THOMASNj on Indian Itlver can produce as many plate glass windows of neat design. This

good sailboats as Waveland, a fact superb yacht is supplied' with every to $100 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies
.LA VILLA PHARMACY which is accounted for In two ways, the home comfort, and has two state rooms, lands $3
... first being that we have such a perfect pantry, pilot house, lavatory, elegant Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
all Kinds of sailing ground, and the second that the plush and patent-spring lounges, sufficient per acre.WK .
Keeps home of the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club bunks to sleep six persons, and other First-class Line of Cigars. > Billiard and Pool Tables

Pare Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles. Is here, which has been a source of much things that want of space does not allow Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
pleasure, and added a jest to sailing more us to enumerate. She Is fitted with two have a few Residence, Orange ordf.ro. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLET Prices to suit. than could otherwise have been aroused. 10-horse-power Globe gas engines, and )
The club has been highly prosperous, and can make a speed of eight miles an hour.In Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, with a membership of over fifty, has case of a break-down sail can behoisted.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.rfancy built a large and commodious house on Her length is 67ft, and beam locations. Prices Reasonable.

the beach, where the members meet one lift. ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
The Is
day In each month and enjoy with their Amryllis a yacht one might
Pineapple Slips & Suckers families all the pleasures that good company feel proud of. She started from Now Offices J ( TITUSVILLE
for Sale.Abbalcas and a well organized ptcniolng York on the 28th of September,and after } and juamI. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
party can secure, when provided with all calling In at vaiious places en route
that is desired for their comfort and entertainment south, arrived at Titusvllle about four DRESSED AND ROUGH.

Egyptian Queen, Golden o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Yesterday Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all
description
.Queen, Porto liioo. Smooth Cayenne and ahe steamed off for St. Luole, where Write Quiolc.'... !
Jted Spanish. Apply toMadoock the Commodore and wife will remain
& Mattiiams Death of Mrs. Mann. about month and
a hunting fishing FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP,
"Palm Beach Pinery," ere leaving for Jupiter, Palm Beach and

West yalm Beach, Fla. The sudden and unexpected death ofMrs. Miami. We understand the Amryllisoost RAILROAD FARE PAID. James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:]
Wm. II, Munn, which occurred on $12,000. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
the 7th Inst., at Uolyoke, Mass., Is sorrowful Positions Guaranteed,
For Sale, news to her numerous friends on
Indian River, where she has spent so For Sale At a Great Bargain.A Open all the Tear to both Sexes.GA.ALA. INDIAN RIVER STATE
Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, many pleasant winters. Mr. and Mrs.Munn BUSINESS COLLEGF, BAM
In St. John's county, near transportation. have for several years past been 30-foot Macon, Ga.
well-equipped, Sharpie, recently
regular visitors to the Kast Coast, making
their residence at Eau Gallie and fully overhauled; everything (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Sixteen Thousand acres In one body
for cabin for
ready cruising; big enough
near Titusvllle,, on Indian River, well Melbourne. The deceased 'lady had Authorized capital, $100,00(
four berths. It was prepared for a trip
timbered. many Indian friends River., who She will was sadly well miss known heron to Key West and Cuba, the owner being East Coast Meat Market Paid up capital, $25C0(
Couutland Bookman
called away from the state, it will be sold
Average deposits $150,001
to the Advocate staff, who join In ,
22, Hogan street, sympathy
at less than half the value. For particulars
with the bereaved husband. *
Jacksonville, Fla. apply toJ. G. F. DUREN, Agent
G. Detwileb, Transacts a General Baniicj

Church Notices.PreachDg New Smyrna.Fla.MRS. .

Fla.Lotus. 3"Titusvillo :. Business.
Sunday morning fend evening
at the Methodist church oy Rev. A.D. . DEISKER'S BOARDIRG HOUSE, Largest and Oldest Bank on the RItiKxohangesoldon
Chambers and Miss Ileokmaster,
Penney. All are Invited to attend.Rev. .
of Georgians, paid Lotus a visit last TITUSVILLE FLA. all Foreign Conntnw.
Saturday. F. C. Edwards, of DeLand, will ,
preach at La Orange Baptist church, DIRECTORS IjA
L. 17. Hanoook was visiting In our next Sunday, Nov. 20th. Go and hear
,'W.B.lURXKTTPreilllf!
.PRITOBA D (
burg Sunday, him, and you will never regret It. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. of the National Bank of Jacksonville),J HDc

C. D. Provost has purchased the crop Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Jacksonville(Vice-President), and W. M.National Browk.But a

of oranges on the Simmons grove, In divine servioe at Eau Gallie on Sunday, When in need of White and Rye Bread, CORBB8PONDKNTS.Seaboard .
South Lotus.H. the 20th. The morning sermon"will beon Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. DeUner'sCity National Bank of >e York >n
Booth Is expecting his family to arrive "the charaoter of David. and The Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, Florida.MILLINERY. National Bank of Jacksonville. M
evening sermon, "David's sin repentance. hotels and families supplied.
the first of next week. They will ." *
occupy the Simmons cottage.J. .

M. Ennls supplied the people of AI.EX HEAR. ERNEST TAYLOB.
Lotus with fresh boef last Saturday. A PROSPEROUS FARMER.Mr. THE STATE -COLLEGE

Miss Brown called at Mrs. J. N. NEAR & TAYLOR, ,
H. T. Gilford, a prominent and
dial leer's Sunday afternoon.O. well-known farmer at Vero, on the Indian < (Successors to John McAllister.) Lake City Fla.,
THAT
Frlnk and C. It. Stewart, of Bona- River, writes the Advocate as follows A PAIR OP CARVERS
venture, were here Monday, : "I have found a ready sale for Artesian Well Contractors, Offers to both sexes a good education WIIX CARVE
over 300 orates of persimmons this of modern and
along the lines thought[
Archer with Chambers his Lotus, of Georglana friends. spent year, while last year 100 crates was a EAU GALLIE. FLA. activity. Tour Thanksgiving turkey wtlh entln
Saturday drug on the East Coast; and two years Scientific, Literary, Military and Industrial satisfaction, and will slice it thin as a ptecof <

ago no orates went begging, and brought departments. Most complete paper, and nnjolnt the toughest bird Ina
hardly anything. People are beginning outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced
Eau Gallie.Parlies to know their value, for I have orders ... to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy, Jiffy, when sharpened with tlie fine it*
for 50 crates now that I cannot furnish.I Book-keeping taught frkk. that belongs to the set, you can buy hen
have extracted over five tons of honey Send for a new catalogue to, from $2.50 up. We have them with horn
were here, Monday, looking this from 80colonies of bees.
Honey
at the Sarno property with a view to sella year readily In New York and Boston at and DRESSMAKING. W. F. TOCOM, President, Ivory, bone and atag handles, and nil at r

purchasing.Messrs. good prices, and has averaged 57 cents LAKE CITY, FLA. reasonable price.JAS. .
Vogel and Spencer, steamboat per gallon here, in barrels."
inspectors for this district, were hare on t ,
Wednesday, Inspecting the Pierre Lorll- THE MOST COMPUTE
lard house-boat Caiman.Mr. MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. In the

Hood, of Fort Pierce, spent several Electrical Supply House State. PRITCHARD & SON,
days la town this week, making a Yesterday morning,' the 17th Inst.,
pleasant trip on the Banana river, Monday Mr, Frank J. Held, of St. Augustine, .THE JOHNSON LAW CO.
oa fhe mail steamer Spartan. was married to Miss Carrie Norwood, Titusvillo, Fla.
daughter of W, S. Nor
Ex-postmaster ELECTRICIANS
minutes with broom and ,
Thirty a
wood took
of Titusvllle. The wedding
shovel would Improve the appearance of plaoe at the residence of the bride's Jacksonville. - Florida.
the bridge on Highland avenue. Let the parents, the immediate members of the
Street-Cleaning Department take due family only being present. Rev. W. N.Chandotn .

notice. of La Grange,joined together BRICK !
Archdeacon Brown will organize a In the holy bonds -of matrimony this
Sunday School at St. John's ouurou, at happy couple. Thebiidela a very estimable
nine o'clock on Sunday morning next. and popular young lady, whom
Those wishing to become members will we all regret to lose; while the groom Is
iplease be at the church at that hour. one of the well known and respected Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction
employes of the F. E. C. Ry. After the JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO
Archdeacon B, F. Brown will hold service ceremony, the newly-married couple Guaranteed.
at St. John's church next Sunday;
boarded the East Const train, en route
the subject of the discourse at morning Mrs'. Helen W.
to St. Augustine, where they will make Reynolds,
service being "The character of David, their home. Quite a number of friends 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla.
and at the evening service, "Ills sin and Titusvllle, Fla.CTIVE ,
were at the station to congratulate them
-his repentance.service." Holy Communion atmorning and bid them adieu. Write us for prices and saye your money. We mai
The Advocate joins with their many SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY-
Friends of and Mrs. William II, friends In wishing them a long life of i WHERE for"'lhe Story of the rhlllnplnen,"
Mr.
: by Mnrat ilnlHtoad.eoinmiiMloned by the Government the hardest least absorbent and best made in Florida
Munn are greatly shocked to learn of connubial bliss and happiness. a*OIHolul Hlatorian to tha war Depart brick
the sad and untimely death of Mrs.Munn ment. The book waa written in army canine at

which occurredat) her home MEETING OF BAPTISTS San Merrltt Pmnclaoo: in the ,noenttale on the at Paollto.Honolulu.with In General Hong Can supply up to a million on short notice.
Uolyoke, Mass., on the 7th Inst. For Kong,in the American trenohea at Manila, in Complete Supply of Edison, LaLande,
several seasons they have been among the Tnpurvent camps with Agulnaldo on the Sampson and Dry cells for Oas Engine
our moat-looked-tor and constant winter The Indian River Baptist Association roar deck of of battle the Olymnia at the fall with of Manila.Dew y, Honania and In the for ignition. E loo trio Light Supplies.
visitors, and the surprising Intelligence held Its annual session at the Titusvllle agents. Brimful of original plotnrea taken by
of the lady'a sudden death is received Baptist church last week. It was called government photographer*on the spot. Large
with much sorrow and sympathy.Mr. to order Friday, Nov. 11, 18U8, and the Credit boost low given.price Drop*; big all|iroritaj trashy unofficial freight paid.war Never fail to read our Inside pages.Tou Carpets Mattings and Rugs

and Mrs. C. Alnsworth and Mr, late Moderator, Rev. S. F. Gove, being hooks. Outfit free. Addrae* I. T. Barber, will always And something to interest ,
absent. Rev. W. N. Cbaudoln was chosen Seo'y,Star Insurance Bldji.,Chicago. you.
and Mrs. C. L. Ives arrived here Tuesday

again from domlolled Grand at Kaptda their,pleasant Mich., and winter are as Moderator at once, and to its the regular association business.An proceeded THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.

able Introductory sermon was

homes during, their which orange summer's have been trees absence well are oared looking* Mr.Alnsworth's for. preached from South by Rev.Carolina Edmund, Wells though,recently now Chance of a Life Time Fall Patterns are now being received.

pastor of Lake Helen Baptist church.
particularly fine under the constant care Awnings and Linoleums
The Association waa In session Friday a Specialty.H.
.
-of C. J. Young, who has had care of the ,
and Saturday adjourning Saturday night
place. To the great disappointment of to meet again,In November 1800. .A mil be sold at
her friends young and old Miss llelenIvea Among those visiting the Association ... magnificent properly a.... E. CLARK,
will not visit Florida this winter
ashe
and were: Rev. W. E. Stanton, Lemon City; 38 West Bay St..
la school In Canada
attending ,
R. O. Hood, Fort Pierce; II. 'J. Brown, fKSTABUSHXD
her studies to ,
cannot Interrupt come Jacksonville
Cutler; Mrs. n. M. Prince, Eau Gallie;
aouth. lie friends will miss her
much. very Messrs. Humphreys and Sanders, oflodlanola GENUINE BARGAIN.
; also Rev. Edmund Wells,
Lake Helen; Rev.E. N. Bell, and L. D. 1879.Wm. .
Waveland. Howard, DeLand; Mrs. Carllle, Osteen,
besides many others, several bf whlou About eight acres of Grove In aa fine condition aa any on Indian River, eontaintng A. BOURS & CO

were from Mima and La Grange.On a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse .
No finer weather was erer made and Sunday, there were services In the In Brevard County. FERTILIZERS
GRAIN
everyone Is hustling to make op for lost morning; Sunday School, in which Mr.K. GARDEN SEEDS AND
Situated about between and Cocoa Convenient
time. G. Hood delivered an able talk on mid-way Rockledge "' to the
Sunday School work; Rev. W. E. Stanton Churches,Stores, etc, of both. -" o Jiaat jjay street, JACKSONVIIXK, FLORIDA.

a Ducks sure sign are ootnlng of colder In frequent weather flocks further the afternoon preaching there an excellent waa a well-attended sermon. In For further particulars, apply to Corn,, rw1 onfcth by* d <> reliable Seeds. A complete stock: of j

WALTER GOODYEAR,
north. and Interesting women's meeting. Attha
The community waa saddened by the evening service all the attendants T Dopt. A.,3 to 7 W. 20th StI taeTUUaTjrkM<
death of Miss Anna Bewail, of S walls could not be seated, though some sat on I New York, N. T. }












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I MOCIKTf KB, KTC.
r-AUstlie-yQa ound. w? y|' SPICED PICKLE8.trjMfai

** ! n ,r (ristii.sr INDIAN,IUVJcn GUARDS.
UrOswa a. Drill at tha Armory?
&*M W*' Seminole Hotql Ginger VU the 'moai wnplesome,spioe, av al r in.tha-month H. STEWART) at,8 Captain.o'clock.V .

maoe, cinnamon and nutmeg the most
delioaW.'while allgploo"'has k"ooarsar ?. P. 8. C. K.

OPEN ALL THE TEAR. flavor and one disliked by many. White Meets every Runtlay evening- 6:80 o'clockat

i -tirw .-V- 1 SHSWftili.'P' *'- WEST PALM BEA.Cn, FLORIDA. mustard and coiery sued give an appetising tue JTenuyterian cnuren,
flavor, and when the seeds themselves
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to would'' detract from the appear* INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.Titusville .
the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, should be placed ina Lodge No. 17 meets every Tiieii & with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and ano of a relish they evening; 7 30 In Prcnuyterlaii churcli. Iublio>
$$ upwards; special rates by the week or month. muslin bag and 'discarded when the nicotinic, urat i'uBHiluy In esrb month.C. .

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. relish isoanued. Vinegar should be boiled A. GARDNER, .. G. W..SCOIIIE.Uou't. .T.CHUKCIIES. .
no longer than is positively necessary, C.

as it is sure to lessen its strength, says

ItMSkS a writer in Good Housekeeping in glving .
?
the following among recipes for HB

pickles and snuoes: EPISCOPAL CHURCH.Htrvloee .
Hotel For pickling no variety of poar is 2nd mm 4tli Sunday* hi each
Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. equal to the Seokel, with its fine, firm month, at 11 a m. anil 7.S0}). m. 8unchool
every Sunday at ,.l(> a. in. EvenliiK iir.iyrr ac
and sweet flavor. Ont out
flesh
grained 8 p. in. on Wedneednye. Utany eervlt-u every

Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the weok.O. the blossom end and pare smoothly, leaving rrlilay at 10 Archdeacon a.m. B. F. IIiwwk, Rector.l'RRSIIVTERIAN .
'*> !*! ** TR P. HUNTINGTON, the stems on, aud drop into cold water
Propiietor.HOMESEEKERg to prevent discoloration. If a larger
variety must bo usod, pare, halve nud CHURCH.
neatly cut out the core. Weigh the. Services every Siibtmth nt 11 a. m.nnil 7in p.m.
Sunday xclinnl at 1) 4,1 a. m . \V, HcoMo,
fruit, and if very hard steam or boil Hunt. 1'ravor ninetlng on WedneMrinv evening
slowly in clear water until they comruencQ ftt tend 7:110.: our'Hie service piililluHiu*. eordlully invited to at*

to soften. For every eight pounds 'Rcv.l. p, HOWARI>, PiiHtor.
of fruit allow one quart of vinegar, five
of one tablespoonful of HAITI ST CI1LRCH.PrenchlnK .
Who are Peeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a pounds sugar
ground cinnamon, one-half a tablespoonful every eccond and fourth Sundays
ATLANTA, GA. copy of the I of maoe, one toaepoonful euohof mnrnliiK and evenlnic. l'ra\vr Mo-tingn every
HOTEL ARAGON. WeilmiBcliiv evenliiK nt 7KI0 o'olix k. hiinday
.. The Palace Hotel of the South.Amerlo.ui cloves and white ginger and n dozen Solmiil every Humliiv at 0-4A a. m. AIho preuchInu -

and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We peppercorns. Add the sugar to the vinegar. invited ttrat to Sunday attend.at ljiirange. All are rurUially

Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only tbiee blocks Tie tun mixed spices in three little I:. N. Hell, Puetor,
in and from all noise dlrCaml smoke into the vinegar
from Union deDOt, at hlRuest point city away muslin bogs, drop r
from trains. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled and slowly bring to the boiling point ..METHODIST CHURCH.nocular .
b ny hotel in the South. Fiee Bus meets all trains. Kates, American plan, Cook a few pen rant oue time, and only
Kervlces tlmt, third and tonrth
t..oM to H1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to H3.00 per dav. have lands for Fiuit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and fot until they can be pierced-with a silver Bundaye at 11 a. m.every nnd 7KHI p. ni. Snnday
QEO w_ COLLIER Jrt Manager. rtdlKHil every HuikIhv at 10 (Ml a. ni.
( fork. When all cooked, put into Epwnrtb.
Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tb United States. are I Hicue oach Sunday ut 3 .10 p. in. Prayer lneet-
glasB fruit jars or n stouo crook nud InK every 'I lihrmliiv nliihtut 7 KMI o'clock, 'ilie TO
Apply with the hot vinegar. If the crook, IwiitMea' Alii'Hoelety' niceta every AVedneailny
cover
ATLANTA, OA. toJAS. at 8 IK) p in. Ever)body welcome at our church
The Holland E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, invert a plate over the top of the fruit ervlcea.
27-20 Auburn Avenue. to keep it under the sirup. Rev. A. 1>. PENNKT, raator.
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, With n small knife divide large dusters
of little undorripe into CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Two Blocks from Union 'depot. All Modern Conveniences. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER grapes Wash drain Services
seotions.
convenient sUed at 10 a. m. every Similar. a w
weigh aud pack into a stone jar. For Church tuilldlnn, North Tltimvlllo. Cliildrea'aoatechiain
Mrs, F. A. VOOKIIEES,' Proprietress, every ten pounds of fruit allow one at 8 p. rn.HBV..J. F. O'IIotlb, Hoctori.MUNICIPAL. .

Kates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1629. fr LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer quart two toblespoonf of vinegar uls, five of ground pounds cinnamon of sugar, .

and one of ginger. Slowly bring to the

MACON, OA.EDGERTON boiling' point, tyike out the spice bags TOWN COUNCIL.

and pour over the grapes. Let stand Mayor t Adheinnr Jlrady) aldermen t .Ino. 1 r.
three days. Drain oil the vinegar, reheat Dixon,.W, K.K1111X, Jm>. It. Wnlkiir, Minor S. I
macon, ;ga. the fruit, weight with Joiih', K. I., llrodv) anioHHort .lolm Henry;
over
pour ulerk and
treasurer> V. S. Hclniylerj Inanilml
HOD Next to "Brown House." Fischer an inverted plate and next morning tie and collector t M. H. .lone*, Jr The council
Kingsbury Franklin meets tirnt Tuemliiy In euull month.
<" a paper over the top ot the jar and aetin

a cold, dry place.i .
Facing the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city. Street i HOARD OF TRADE.

cats pass the door. Choice rooms from 50o. to $1. Restaurantonvenlent, Hint* About Making? Petticoat*. Meets eiery second Wednesday nlrbt| |In eacbi

Address'Ede( > House, 4th St.,' Macon, Ga.JACKSoWjj&E. JPIANOS Mow that skirts are frequently mount* .luditeM.month at Sinn S. .Tonoa o'clock, preatdentf In rooms Wm.over M.poetomoe.Hruwn,
treoxuror| J. O. Hunt, secretary.
e'd on a separate foundation this- latter

is trimmed to represent the pettioont,
4? fc CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS..... and the petticoat itself does not require COUNTY OFFICERS.
: \ i f ,r t Vjc t i' i to be too fussy and is cut so straight

\ and fitted that it preserve* the close fitting SCHOOL HOARD.J. .
Lowest Erices Terms.
Hotel Flaci for an effective petticoat will be found Cocoa| S. F. Gibba, Melbourne.

In the center of the city, on Main Street, the/dividing line between east and west Write for Catalogues'. in the diagram. The top is closely
one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout' / shaped to the figure, and there,is only avery COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .
Superior Cuisine and Service." Bub meets\ I all tiains.' Terms $2.60 per day and MANIER LANE MUSIC COMPANY,' little fullness at the back. It. Sharps. Sharpen, chairman Joneph
upwards, bpeoial rates by the week. JOHN 8. BOVVEN, 'Proprietor.k The akirt is made about flT? Inches Mendel, lJnintnKei J. H. Walker, litusvlllai i ,
24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Jno. Houaton.Eau Galilei .T.N, Waller,Ankona.Retrular .
less than the entire length required and aeaslona are held Ant Monday in each
New cut in large Vandykes, which are outA moutb.

Travelers' Hotel. <3C: >irVpO IVOB.TH "? COUNTY OFFICIALS.

Management. \v'S\
Minor 8. Jonea, Tltnavllls, D>.
oounty J"d>te|
TRAVEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE. L. Gaulden, Tltuavllle, proaecutino; attorney(
A. Stewart,Titusville, clerk olrcalt J.F. .
At
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electrio eosrtj
Wnoten, Conoa, tax aas aor| E. W. Hall,
Sharpea, tax oollectnr) .Tobn Henry, Tltnavllle,
Lights, Electrio Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Georgia Southern aijd Florida Railway. ent treoaureri publio J.Instrucrionj H, SuinsiCuurtenay J. O. FriesTitusville.oounty superintend*.

THE'BEST $2.00 PER DAT HOTEL IN FLORIDA.3y surveyor I J.P.lrrown,Titusville, sheriff.

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Travelers. Suwanee River ,povit .


The Georgia Southern A,Florida'Railway comprises part of the Tifton .Route, AntiRheumaticPOIDER.

and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the

EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville'to fynshyllle via Macon,

Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the! famous fruit "belt of' Georgia, |and the ...
Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia aiyl Tennessse:1'1: ' lit I I ,, I J.I iV l< Im I
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.60, $2, $3, $3 weekly. For 'the
For further Information,, maps, schedules, sleeping car'reservations etc Strengthening Body, Preventing
Elevator, baths," bell service.'eteV "* CHAKLES A. OAKES.ST. Rheumatism Tender
write or call on C>' Lumbago, ,
Aching Feet| Corns 'Bunions etc'. 'Ail
HUGH n, RICHARDVON', Gen. Agt., SIMPLE AMD STYLUS PETTICOAT.lined ,
AVpvsrpiHE.AJgonpin' S' ttf yjlcwaa 8t* Jacksonville. with insertion lace, eilkruohing Irritation of"skln, from eruptive Uls-;

Wm. CnECKLEY SHAW, G. A< MACUONALD, or vother trimming. Underneath the eases or any cause. Itching Piles, (Salt
Hotel. Vice-President, Macon, Ga, >i*Geu'l Passenger Agt.y vandykes'' there la m deepi very fall Rheum), Ring Worm and Eczema.

. flounce of silk!or material, which has no Massage treatment will bei greatly, enhanced
StVeet -' WVf. *?* foundation at the back and sets out very by the use of this powder. Used
Xing ST. ATJ3USTINE. FLA.

Refitted, newly furnished and' ,under You m Saye jloney3Ely fussily.Even a moreen or brllliantlne petticoat by All all of first-class the above operatars.are'greatly relieved,

new management. Centrally' located can be made in this style, using a
near all points of interest. Large sample flounce of pinked oat silk, set in small and curedIn, conjunction With the'Indicated

room for use of traveling men. Overlooking kilts, aa this plaiting requires less ailk Ilomoopattlo'remedy.. ,
Plaza and Monuments. A full than accordion and is JKaT* StBots In sjtamps. 25ctsiUpp,9kp
the style "quite as
f view of the ocean and rolling breakers Sonfllng tovri
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electrio fussy and effective. M. D.r
bells and a perfect system of sewerage.Rate. .

$2.00 rates by the*week. CAME TO TERMS. BROOKLYN-. Ti
: to $2.60 per day. Special >f THEY '
Open all year,. C. F. COX, Propiietor. 1340,Bushwlck AVenuel
Both 'War* road at Sam* Olri. kat
Mar* af ataa* Otaan,

PALATKA.traham FOB QUOTATIONS ON Two chums who. worked sWe by side.In COTTON ahdI4NEN

the same pit fell ont over a girl and

refused to speak ,to each other for several
Hotel PALATKA, ILORIDA. Seeds fertilizers & Crate Material. weeks. It was ineffable torture tobothof IETTIHG.

them, for they had relied'uponeach ...
other to relieve the tedinm of work

The only Brick Hotel in town. Electrio lights and bells. Open the year Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.jy" in the) mine, but neither seemed inclined
'ound. Service strictly first-class. to make the first attempt at reconciliation
Rates: $3.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. If you need a Stove write for prices.Akltulinwi ; and so 'the estrangement promised
Mks. M. L. BARNHART, to become permanent.' "

v Proprietress.TITUSVIIAE. T One morning,' however, the elder of EISHjiNG TACKUE. -
the two came up1 to his companion and
.
b* Night.A
t
KF Orlsla tfca Prvvmrb.
laid -gaudy, expansive lady's waist Superior quality'tlnen Gill
Netting
writer in Italia Tremale declare Ita ;
*
Hungry Hlgglns I don't see bow '
belt at bU ,feet made from Knox's Scotch thread.
bis opinion that many persona who these proverb makeit out that "
\ r guys "What's that for. Jack? asked the
remain thin and weakly, In spite of all timers money.tWeary other Samples and estimates cheerfully furn

\r I I b!: precautions in regard to diet, etc;, owe Wstkins Jlst" listen at yon IAa awkwardly.'For thee to try thy luok wt* owd ished.Corks, Leads, Lines, ete.j. .

the fact largely to habitual abstemiousnesa if you'd never heard the Judge make man," answered Jack. "She wouldn't f s. JonnrsoN co.';

*# ilife # TITUSVILLE, at night. The digestive organs, be it so many dollars or' (so mandays.. take It fro* me.M' ,r Manufacturers,
t asserts, have no need for, repose,j provided Indianapolis Journal. "Who wouldn't?" 131 South-Si BALTIMORE MD.
,
-
always, that the quantity of vtgu -
INDIAN
RIVER
"The knows who weel enough. She
nourishment taken within the 34 hours
slapped face when Ah offered it to
FLORIDA.p doea not go beyond the normal limit Tba Soldierra Mother X got a letter her and my axed me if Ah took her for ..I BUT OR SELL...
the fact that the Intervals between
from George today, and he la grumbling champion fat in show.-
woman a penny
meals are short working1 no lnooavenience aboot the vieroala in the
#- J. G. BAST, army. Thee try her wi' it nan an see if tha Confederate Money. Bonds ft
but, on.the contrary, tending to The Soldier's Wife I am glad to fares better."

..Manager.yk the avoidance of feebleness, which lathe hear that he is making himself at home.Inrtjariapolla -" Entering ony Into the spirit of the thing, POSTAGE STAJ.PS.
natural resalt of an interval extended Journal.A .
to too great a length. 'Further, according the younger collier sought the gift and Largest stock In the world. Address
offered her the belt which
she
Often all the Tear. to this writer, feeble persona, IMr Qn Umrn accepted Cnls. D. BARKER AtlanU Ga.
with gushing ,
\ rapture."Ah
, mi mf
those also who lean and emaciated *
are ,
Cabman (to distracted old lady, who, thowt so, owd man," said Jack
and. above all. such aa are sufferers after much search has
produced three
.W..* Ms Ht 14 Hi *a ; i <*! Only few ,minutes from insomnia, owe it to' themselves a lugubriously when he heard the result WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per
and nine
walk from Railway station penny bit pennies In payment ofi the interview. "But "we're pel* tats stata to manage oar baaraasai
and steamboat land not to retire without taking some nourishment for m drive of two miles) I aay, miasua, wer" In thalr own and nearby noontlee. It hi aiaJnly
** a* it M ii itlima ' ' into the; stomach, such aa simple 'ow 'ave bean savin again.aren't ornca work oonduetad at noma. Salary straia-bc
ings. long yer a up for ""Reyther,** answered the locky suitor ODS a year and axneuass degalta. bonaHdat om
'. On the bank!"of the bread and batter; glass of milk, this 'ere fareT" Judy. London mora, no leas salary. Monthly 7 Raferenoaa.
'- fervently. Telegraph. Eneloea seir rdress it
few blsociu or crackers. stamped anveloi>a. Uar
far-famed Indian River. bait M.Mass, treat..Daps,if,Cbicano.








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9 INDIAN BIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 18, 1898.



Point, on Sunday Inst when she posset the steps, while, they listened very at-
deacefully away after a long and lingertentlvely to the Kev. Mr. Wells, who ROBBIHS & GRAHAM

Ing illness. preached a very interesting sermon. (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
The sharpie Bollo came In with a load The Advocate has been requested to

r dEQIELIRSJ'SfABiittfrttj ; of keys bnnanns Monday.Mr. and. other fruits from the unlimited thank the kindness people of in TJtusville entertaining for their the ..Iia-vryore. GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinfa]

- "" Association and lis visitors.
/ l8 e Baker and II.,E. Olds have bear- WILL. PRACTICE IN. STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited

*33 Mm lug cocoanut treos on their places at TITUSVILLE -
FLORIDA.
East Waveland, and there will be many A BEAUTIFUL YACHT.Lotus. UNITED STATES COURTS. v
others around here before long, as those

The Anhenscr-Eusch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumous planted have grown well and teem to By Invitation of Commodore Fred. D.nuglies .
thrive in our soil, particularly those and wife, of New York who ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished EL XjBRs DTXT cS5 BRO.
fit. Louis Keg and Ilottlod Doer. which have been fertilized with seaweed gave our office a pleasant call just after t
of which valuable fertilizer we their arrival In for Lands In Brevard and Dade Garden Seed FertlIlzersyStaple &
Hold by Mass. 'LoMciy & Motlow, TitiMvllle, Fla.lly are supplied free gratia. It has also port an Advooatb representative Groceries, Grain. Hay, Fancy Groceries, fan
afternoon
Mr. J. O.Onlili Cimiou Kin.Jly Wednesday visited
Air. W.J.Tucker, Fort Fierce, Fla. proved to be an excellent lawn fertilizer; their new steam ana sail yacht, called Counties.We And Food Pfoducts'of all kinds. Grain, HayBian, Cotton Seed Meal, Grotm i
and when composted has tlio ..appearance the Amryllis, which was moored to the Food and Wheat* We are-the only honse on Indian River, dealing exclusively \,
...JOSEPH ZAPF... and similar effect of barnyard manure. Titusvllle wharf.A the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrons..
Many tons of it to waste every around showed L. BRADY & BRO.
cursory glance us Very truly- Tltugvlllo
"Wholesale Beer and Liquors. year, but we predict that as its value one of the finest pleasure yaohts of Its have a large List FU.Losloy .
becomes better known It will, to a certain kind that -has ever piled the waters of
extent, displace the commercial Indian River. Throughout the inside' of Lands owned by
West Bay Streot, fertilizers for which such a considerable
she Is beautifully fitted in mahogany,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. per cent.of the receipts of the garden and upholstered in a manner fit to please ourselves and clients. c& Motlow,
are paid.We the most fastidious yachtsman. Her

are confident that no other place mountings are brass, and she has French for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
HENRY R.THOMAS > > on Indian River can produce as many plate glass windows of neat design. This Price

good sailboats as Waveland, a fact superb yacht .Is' supplied with every Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and Whistles
$100 ,
.LA VILLA PHARMACY which Is accounted for in two ways, the home comfort, and has two state rooms, lands $3 to ,
... pantry, pilot house, lavatory Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat.A
81 first being that we have such a perfect elegant : .
all Kinds of sailing ground, and the second that the plush and patent-spring lounges, sufficient per acre. '
Keeps home of the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club bunks to sleep six persons, and other <* First-class Line of Cigars. > Billiard and Pool Tables,

Pare Drags, Fancy and/Tollet Articles. Is here, which has been a source of much things that want of space does not allow Family and hotel trade Is solioited. Prompt and careful attention given to
pleasure, and added a Jest to sailing more us to enumerate. She is fitted'with two WE have a few Residence, Orange ordurs. Cash must your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusvllle mall
Prices to suit. than oould otherwise have been aroused. 10-horse-power Globe gas engines, and accompany ,Fla.L. .
The club has been highly prosperous, and can tnake-a speed of eight miles an hour.In Grove and'Pineapple' Properties In desirable
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, with a membership of over fifty, has case of a break-down sail can behoisted. "
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Fancy' built a large and commodious house on Heriength is C7ft. and beam locations. Prices Reasonable. 3FL. PEOK-FHF*. C3 OO.-

the beach, where the members meet one lift. ];;; Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[.
The Is
day In each month and enjoy with their Amryllis a yacht one might
Pineapple Slips & Suckers families all the pleasures that good company feel proud of. She started from New TITUSVILLE
for Sale. and a well organized plcnlolng York on the 28th of September,and after Offices : and MIAMI. % CYPfeESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER |
In at various
party can secure, when provided with all calling places enroute
that Is desired for their comfort and entertainment south, arrived at Titusvllle about four DRESSED AND ROUGH.
Abbakas Egyptian Queen Golden o'clock ,
Wednesday afternoon. Yesterday Also and Turned Work Brick Lime, Cement Crates of all
IiToo Mouldings description
XJueon Porto Smooth Cayenne and be steamed !
off for St. Lucie, Where Write Quick....
Bod Spanish. Apply to i iMAPDOCK the Commodore and wife will remain
& M ATTIIAMS, Death of Mrs. Munn, about a month hunting and fishing FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP.
"Palm Beach Pinery," ere leaving for Jupiter, Palm Beach and

West Palm Beach, Fla. The sudden and* unexpected death ofMrs. Miami. We understand the Amryllis RAILROAD FARE PAID. James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:]
Wm. H. Munn, whloh ocourred on cost (12,000.For C. S. Schuyler, CashleY.
the 7th Inst., at Holyoke, Mass:, Is sorrowful Positions Guaranteed.
For Sale, news to her numerous triends on

Indian Klver, where she has spent so Sale At a Great Bargain. Open all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Ten thousand aores Turpentine Land, many pleasant winters. Mr. and Mrs.Munn BUSINESS COLLECT*,

in St. John's county, near transportation. have for several years past been A SO-fodt Macon, Ga. ,
well-equipped, Sharpie, recently
regular visitors to the East Coast, making
H overhauled Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
Sixteen Thousand aores In one.body their residence at Zau .Gallie and fully ; everything ( )
ready for cruising cabin big enough for
Indian River well Melbourne. Tfhe deceased lady had ; Authorized
near THusvlllo, on four berths.. capital, $100,000.Paid
It for
was prepared a trip
timbered. COURTI.AND BlJCKMAN, many Indian friends Klver., who She will was sadly well miss known heron to Key West and Cuba, the owner being East. Coast Meat Market up capital, $25,000
called from the It will be sold
away state.
Average deposits, $150,000
.22, Hogan street, to the Advocate* staff, who loin In sympathy
less
at than half the value. For particulars
Jacksonville Fla. with the bereaved husband,
apply toJ. 6. F. DUREN, Agent.BR9TEST .
u. Dktwileb, Transacts a General Banking

Church Notice*., New Smyrna, Fla,

:: Business.

Preaching Sunday morning and evening
Mrs. Chambers and Miss Ileokmaster, at the Methodist church by Kev. A.D. MRS. DEISRER'S BOARDIHG HOUSE, Largest and Oldest Bank on tnt Elif.Exchange

of Georgians, paid Lotus a visit last Penney.- All are Invited to attend.Kev.F. TITUSVILLE FLA. sold on all Foreign Countries.DIRECTORSi .
Saturday. Edwards, of DeLand, will ,
preach1 at La Grange* Baptist church,
hi D, llanoook was visiting In our next Nov. 20th. Go and. hear
Sunday, "jAS.P *TOH BI>,'W.B.BABfKrtPreit( .burg Sunday.C. him, and you will never regret it. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. the National Bank ot Jacksonville),J.HDdbus
BSTitusvllle
D. Provost has purchased the crop' Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Jacksonville(Vine-President), nd W, M.National Brow*Buksi.
\>t oranges on the Simmons grove, Inttouth divine service at Eau Gallie on Sunday, When in need of White and Rye Bread, '* OOBBESPOWDKin'S.Seaboerd .

Lotus, the 20th. The morning sermon will beon Pies, Cakes,> etc, go to Mrs. Delsner's National Bank of New York and
II. Booth Is expecting his family to arrive "the oharaoter of David." The City Bakery.. Yaohts, boarding houses, Florida. Natieaai Beak of Jackson villa. M
evening sermon, "David's' sin and repentance hotels and families
the first of next week. They will supplied.
occupy the Simmons cottage.J. ai
i i iA
M. Ennls supplied the people of IJBX NBAS. TAYXOB.
Lotus with fresh boef last Saturday. PROSPEROUS FARMER.Mr. THE STATE COLLEGE

Miss Brown called at Mrs. J. N.Chalkor's NEAR & TAYLOR, ,
n. T. Glfford, a prominent and
Sunday afternoon. 'well-known farmer, at Vero; on the Indian (Suocessnr*to John MoAJllster.) Lake City, Fla., THAT
(}. Frlnk and C. H. Stewart, of Bonawenture River, writes the Advocate as follows A PAIJB OP'CARVEIJS

wore here Monday, : "I have found a ready sale for Artesian Well Contractors, Offers to both sexes a good education WILI. CARVE
over Six) orates of persimmons this along the lines of modern thought and
Archer Chambers, of Georgian
spent while last 100 EAU GALLIE. FLA.MILLINERY. Vour Thanksgiving turkey with entire
orates
Saturday with his Lotus friends. > year, year' was a activity.
drug /on the East Coast; and two years Scientific,' Literary, Military and Industrial -satisfaction, and will slice it thin as a pof

ago no crates went begging, and brought departments. Most complete paper, and unjolnt the toughest bird in'jiffy
Eau Gallie. hardly anything. People are beginning outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduoedto the fine steel
to know their /value, for I have orders ... a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy, when sharpened with
for CO crates now that I oannot furnish.I Book-keeping taught free. that belongs to the set, you can buy here

Parties were liere Monday looking have extracted over five tons of hooey Send for a new catalogue to, from $2.50 up. We have them with horn,
,
this frtfm 80 colonies of bees.
at the Sarno with a view topurchasing. year Honey and DRESSMAKING bone and bandies, and nil at >
property, W. F. I0CUH President Ivory, atag
.. sells readily In New York and Boston at ,
.
good prices, and has averaged 57 cents liAKE CITY, FLA. reasonable price.JAS. .
Messrs. Vogel and Spenoer, steamboat per gallon here, in barrels."
Inspectors for this district, were here on

Wednesday, inspecting the Pierre Lord- THE MOST COMPLETE
lard houBe-boat Caiman. MARRIED TITUSVILLE.
IN
In the

Mr, Hood, of Fort Pierce,'spent several Electrical Supply Honse State.CO. PEITCHARD & SON,
days In town this .week,, making a'pleasant Yesterday morning, the 17th Inst.,
trip on the Banana river, Mon Mr. Frank J. Reld, of St. Augustine, .THE JOHNSON LAWKLKOTKICIANS
day, on the mail steamer Spartan. was married to Miss Carrie Norwood, .. M.'tn.sxrJ.lJLo, Fla.
daughter of Ex-postmaster W. S. Nor
Thirty minutes wth a broom and ,
wood,, of Titusvllle. The wedding took
shovel would the of
Improve appearance plaoe at the residence of thebride's Jacksonville. - Florida,
the Highland Lot theStreetCleaning"
brldgo on avenue.
parents, the Immediate members of the
take due
notice.Ar department family only being present. Rev. W.- N.Chaudoln .
of La Grange, joined together
chdoaoon Brown willorganize' a in the holy bonds of matrimony, this
Sunday School, at St. John's church, at happy couple, Tho bride Is a very'estimable
nine o'clock-on Sunday rooming next. and popular young lady, whom
Those wishing to beoome members will we all regret to lose-while the groom is
plense be at the church at that hour.Archdeaoon one of the well known' and respected Mail Orders Solicited. Satisfaction
COi
employes of the F< E. G. Ry. After the JACKSONVILLE BRICK
B. F. Brown will hold.sei* ceremony, the nowly-tnarried couple Guaranteed.Mrs. .
wlce at St. John's church next Sunday,
boarded the East Coast train, en route
the subject of the discourse at morning" to St, Augustine, where they will make Helen W. Reynolds,
.service "The character of David
being friends 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla.
their home. Quite a number of ,
and at the evening service, "Ills sin and Titusvllle, Fla.ArrivK ,
were at the station to congratulate them

his morning repentance.sorvloe." Holy Communion at and The bid Anv.ocATB them adieu) joins,i with their many souoitors wasted eveey- Write ns for prices and save; your money. We make

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William II.Munn friends In thorn long life of (or "The Story of the Philippines,"
wishing a by Mural llalstearl,i are greatly shocked to learn of connubial bliss and happiness. eminent m Ofuut&l Historian to the War Depart ,
the sad and. untimely, death'.of Mrs, - ment. The bonk wee written til army camps at

Munn, which"ooourred at'herhomellolyoke MEETING OF BAPTISTS. Ban Franolsao, In the hoeiiltals, on the at Paoltlo Honolulu, with, in UeneralMerrttt Hong Can supply op to a million on short notice. .
,' Mass., orl the *7th Inst. For Konur. In the Anterloan trenches at Manila, in Complete Supply or Edison, LaLande, ;
Bove/nlseasons they, have been amocoi the Tupuryent camps with Agulnaldo, on the Sampson and Dry cells for Oaa Engine
our most-looktfd-Xor and constant wlnte|| The Iodlan visitors, and he surprising Intelligence held its annual session at the Titusvllle ejrenta. hrlmful of orlitlual ploturee taken by
of the. lady's sudden death,1s jceoeivnd Baptist ohttrch last week. It was called government photographers on the spot. lArge
with much sorrow'antt sympathy.Mr. to order Friday, Nov, 11, l8U8fJaud the Credit book; low given.prlcee Drop; big all profits traehy; unofficial frelffht paid.war Never fail to rend our Inside pages.Tou Carpets Mattings and Rugs

"and Mrs. C. Alniwor tli and Mr, .late Moderator, Rev. S. F. Gove, being books. Out tit free. Address V. TUarber, will always find something to Interest ,
absent. Rev. W. N. Chaudoln was chosen Soo'y,Star Insurance Bldg.,Cbioago. you. ,
and Mrs. C.'L. Ives arrived here Tuesday
from Grand Rapids, Mich., and as Moderator, and the association proceeded THE
again domiciled at their pleasant winter are at once to Its regular business.An LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.


homes during, their whloh orange'Summer's have been trees absence.well are cared looking Mr.Atnsworth'a for. preached from.able South by Rev.Introductory Carolina Edmund, Wells though sermon,recently now was Chance of a Life Time Fall Patterns are now being received.

pastor, of Lake Helen Baptist church.
particularly fine under the constant care The Association was In session Friday Awnings, and'Linoleums a Specialty.H.
of C. J. Young, who has had care of the .

place. To the great disappointment ofIter to and meet Saturday again, in adjourning November Saturday 1800. night .A will be sold at
magnificent property
friends young and old Miss Helen Among those visiting the Association ... a. ... E. CLARK,
Ives will not visit Florida this winter, aahe
Rev. W, JC Stanton Lemon St..
la attending school In Canada, andInterrupt' were: City; 38 West Bay
R. G. Hood, Tort Pierce f II. J. Brown, P*
her to
cannot Jacksonville.
studies oonwHe Cutler; Mrs. II. M. Prlnoe, Eau Gallie:
south, friends will miss her very Metiers. Humphreys and Sandersof
tnuob.
Indlanola; also Rev. Edmund Wells,
Like Helen; Rev. E. N. Belt, and L. D. UTABLISHZD 117ft

Waveland.No Howard, DeLand; Mrs. Carllle, Osteon,
besides many others, several bf whloh About eight acres of Grove In a* fine eondltlon aa any on Indian River, containing Wm. A. BOURS & COGRAIN

were from Mints and La Orange.On a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse .
finer weather was ever made and Sunday, there were services la the In Brevard County. FERTILIZERS.v .
everyone Is hustling to make up for lost morning; Sunday School, In-which Mr. GARDEN SEEDS AND
time. IUG.Hood delivered an able talk'onSunday Situated about raid-way between Rookledge .and Cocoa; Convenient to the

School work; Rev. W. K. Hus Churches;Stores, eto;, of both. KmB, 7 st** t. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
.Docks coming In flocks-- v *
> are frequent *
a sign of colder, weather further ton preaching an excellent sermon. In For further particulars, apply, to 0ntthJ, S. ** mo-* *b, *"** complete stock $
.sure
the afternoon there was a 'well attended ,* rtt tb brig"
north., , WALTER GOODYEAR, cwJ % 5 KJ-Wtal *. *eL Cotton Seed x>
# and interesting "women's meeting. At erCr "
L 5 .W >*.Tyg AllenFertlll
.The community was saddaaed by the the evening servicer all the attendants Dept.A.,3 to T W.2 th St,

death of MUa Anna Sewall, of 'Sewalla oould not be seated, though some aat on New York, N. T. snare.ZiiTZ E5lIl?& i 'pfca e Potaab. KetnM. eta. Thee* tertUiasrs
a trial will ooavlao*. Send(or CataJone free. '











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