Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00211
 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 25, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00211
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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Stoves* at Fubnitukb Stoke, at Screven's Drug Store, comforts and blankets now. We have are: Yale, *aa;'' Rambler, 0; '00

\nd Topics of Qeneral Interest.jy Titusville, Fla. Titusville.Mrs. them, all pilcos. Gardner A Walker.On Victor and Cleveland, $30; 'itD Cies- to stop. See list of hotels on
cent, *.*W. Second-hand wheels $3.)0to () our 7th page.Mrs. .
Archdeacon and Mrs. B. F. Brown $15.00. All In stock at F. W.Beers' .
notice ads. are ten cents paid Eau Galllo a visit last Saturday, Y. is A. M, Curtlss, of Brooklyn, N. log to Mr. Hugh Richardson St. Augustine, Fla. Alao new P. II. Love has loosed the St.
Retailing and stopped over a few days. spending a couple of weeks or soat being appointed Florida freight agent of Electro Gas l4inip. Have you seen Johns house, Jacksonville, for two years.
line on this page. Chester Shoals.Messrs. .
per the Georgia Southern A Florida Railway
the Wolif Amorioan ?
The article Coqulna Orraond Beach will
the Advocate when upon "Our Tax Assessor Mr. C. B. Rhodes of Macon Ga. ,
Please from W. B. Waddell, D. B. Flitchard open on Thursday Dno.1st .under the
Melbourne, is too personal ,
and will act as general for this road In
advertisers. August Delsner the agent
went to
for able of Mrs M.
our columns, It Is unfair hence Is management Vance.Oen'l. .
Weather Is delightful here at declined' with thanks.Titusville Haulover, Wednesday night, duck shooting Jacksonville, where lie has just arrived. GRASS FROM INDIAN RIV R.
and Supt. C. B. Knott will leave
returned yesterday with fourteen
Judge Minor S. Jones
present f recently appointed New York for St.
has been looking quite ducks. to the judgeship of the 7th judicial Linwood IIall, Edbk, Fla.. Augustine to-day.
-Mr. Chas. T. Harper, of Courtenay, empty this week, most of her citizens Our Nassau readers may now look-out
; district and his John C.
Quite a number of Tltusville's citizens son, Nov. 10, 1808. for him.Mrs. .
In town yesterday.Mr. having gone to Jacksonville to attend
was attended Gala Week in Jacksonville Jones, postmaster of Tltu vllle, will
B. B. MIms has been appointed the}Gala Week, festivities. some going Monday and others on make their home at the Indian River Editor Advocato'Dearslr M. Mahon ts again at Merrltt,

poitmaster at Bonaventure.Mr. Arohdeacon, B. F. Brown will hold Tuesday. Most of those who1 went, are hotel for the next fortnight, wnlle the : I find In the Waveland notes where she Is getting Nevin's Rlverview

n. Robinson of Ankona Divine services at St. Gabriel's Episcof still there enjoying themselves with the, maternal head of the family is visiting In the AnvocATH of Nov. 18th, a line or hotel In readiness for the opening day.
W. for a time.ITake , >al church, Titusville, on Sunday. Mornng many amusements provided by Jackson her son and fi lends down the river.Mr. two In regard to sea-weod, which I take She Is a popular manageress, and, as
baa gone to Miami f at 11 and evening at 7:30.: ville's live business men. J. C. Wrenshall a to 'bo the river grass found in great usual, will have a big crowd of guests
note of'change of Dr. Eden'sid. prominent abundance in this section. I have used the coming season. '
When visiting Lake City, do not Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Taylor, aftei1 and well-known civil engineer from
on 7th page.Mrs. fail to the Baltimore Md. 'was In town from Wednesday aid grass for two or. more years with The Advocate Is informed that Mr.
get your meals at J. A. Orme's spending summer at Plerson and results 1 and take- the
James Pritohard' Is expected Railroad Dining Rooms He serves excellent other places in Michigan, passed through until yesterday. He had been of very good of liberty Leland Sterry, a younger brother of Mc
borne from New York next week.Mr. meals at reasonable rates. Titusville Monday, en route to .Hotel oa a week'* trip south a* far as Miami, sending from you a copy D. analysts received Fred Sterry, will be in the office of tho
Plaza, Rockledgo, to enjoy the Dal my in company with Senator Henry Gallard, Washington, as .you Palm Beach Inn, Palm Beach, this win
n. Chut ch of Orlando was Ernest like to 1 have used the
L. Vanlandingham, who has of St. may see same.
breezes wafted across Indian River until Augustine, and General Freight ter. He will take the position formerly
Id town part of Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. been attending the Georgia-Alabama April or May.' Agent U. H. Richardson, of Jacksonville, grass for pineapples, potatoes. In, the held by Geo. A. I*. Kelsey.Mr. .

Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, spent Business College, ac Macon, during the and he informed us he had had a most vegetable garden and flower house.
until Sunday la town. past six months, returned home yester Pressure of business precludes our enjoyable trip. Your* truly, W. O. Winans. Allen T. Treadway, one of the
from Saturday tbe of the Red Lion
day. attending editors' excursion from managers Stockbrldge,
Attorney Geo. M. Robbing left here, Jacksonville down the St. Johns River, Billy Buster, a full-blooded Seminole Mass., has the thanks of the Advooatk
Monday, to spend a few days in Jacksonrille few weeks Mr. E. L. Brady, after spending a to-day. Editor Geo. W. Wilson, of the Indian, in oharge of Mr. G. S. ANALYSIS OF SAMPLK. for the present of a pretty little celluloid

and St. Augustine. / Miami looking after bis interests at Times-Union A Citizen has our thanks Tucker, of Fort Pierce, was among the United States Department orAeKicuiruRK. writing tablet for the pocket, upon
returned to town on Monday, and for his invitation all hundreds of who which is view of the
tbe same. Those passengers passed Orrics or printed a Holly Inn,
of Promised Land left for
Mr. Jos. on Tuesday, accompanied who have gone will, no' doubt, have a through Titusville, on Monday'* northbound Assistant Secretary. Pinehurst, N. C.We .
t I., stopped over here from Friday until by Mr. Wm. M. Brown.A .
jovial time on the steamer.Mr. train, en route to Jacksonville to
Saturday, en route to Eden.Mr. letter to the Advocate from Dr. enjoy the festivities. Billy was dressed Washington, P. C, March, 2, 1807.Prof. have just received from New York

Geo. W. Scobie left here, Sun-l F. H. Houghton, says he expects to leave Saturday. Chas.until Sunday Crabb, In who town spent with from bis In good style, wearing a red shirt, with F. Lamson-Scribner, Department a Plant lot of System fine illustrated of hotels pamphlets copies of of which the

day for Miami, en route to Key Largotajook / Daytona to-day for Titusville, where he family has leather Jegglns and moccasins; and for of Agrioulture. be had ,
Into the business by calling at tbe Advooatk
gone livery may1
after bis interests.Dr. will have his boat headgear be red Hliawl-rolled into
fishing hauled out Nelson'sways wore a
on Dear Sir The of from
he has
at Cocoa, whets a stable' for six : sample grass office; or send stamps to pay postage.
and Mrs. J. B. Screven are now to be overhauled, ere taking his horses. Mr. Crabb through his genial little the shape of a tuiban. Ill* attire was a Indian River aent by W. O. Winans, They are nice souvenirs to sendtonorthern

imong the "bicyclers" In town. Dr. J.U cruise to Biscayne Bay. characteristics and business-like habits home more In the extensive than witli when his he is at Linwood Hall, Eden, Fla., ha* been friends. Traffic manager B. W.

Diokaon will soon fall in line. Tax Collector E. W. Hall and family did quite a business at Rockledgo last Billy will Everglades have tribe. analyzed for its fertilizing properties Wrenn deserves great praise for his good
have moved to Titusville from Sharpes. winter. Mr. J. D. Crabb went to Jacksonville surely. a good time inJacksonville. and found to contain 2.17 per oent of taste in getting out such fine pamphlets
Gaulden has been inDeLand
Judge D. They have rented the cottage recently Sunday, to purchase more horses nitrogen; 0 34 per cent of phosphoric in the Interest of his company.
a couple of days or so this week, for his brother.A Mrs. W. II. acid and 0.118 cent of
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, MoFarland, who has per potash.
attending to a suit in chanoery."Thk Manager A, E. Dick, of tbekTampa
oorner of Julia and Palm streets. Our spent the past four or live wlnteis InTitusville Respectfully,
Advocate Is a fine advertising people gladly welcome Mr. Hall and of Titusville number of ladies and young misses arrived from Peru, I mi., yesterday Chas. W. Dabnby, Jr., Bay hotel has ariived, and the work of

medium, so please continue my ad.," family to Titusville.Mr. of Manager, Bust appreciating, of the the Indian fondness River to spend the season. After stopping Assistant Secretary, preparing. for Mr.the Dick opening Is very will rnuohIm soon be laprogress.
well known Jacksonville merchant. at the Indian River hotel for about
nys a Louis D. Mason hotel, for flowers pressed with, the for
representing fairly delugod.his two weeks she will into prospects an unusually
her residence
COMING, COMING, COMING. XMAS the firm of Powell,- Smith A Co., New office with the latest of llorai offerings in South Titusville. Mr.. MoFar Gel Vacclnatad.TirusvirxE good business tbls winter. He says

Goods. Don't buy until you see them.Gabdnbb York accompanied by ,Mr. L. II.Churob ou Thanksgiving eve. Mr, Bast's usually land Is on the way south with a carload that manyof the pleasure-seekers intend
was a pleasant caller at this office onWednesday. ing with delight, while the guesu of the will probably be here in and this will add largely to tbe number
T. F. Williams, representing the They were on their way house are sharing in the fragrance and and Mrs. McFailand have a day been or traveling two.Mr. . the Citizen* of Titusville: of touilsts who annually come to I l>rlda.
wholoaale house of J. Mills south as far as Miami. beauty of the flowers. '
grocery considerably through the states The State Board of Health has announced During the month of December the
i Co., of Jacksonville, was a*recent visitor Senator Henry Gaillard, who has Mr. B. F. Manier, of the wellknownville since they left here going as far as New that small pox is spreading' In Magnolia Springs Hotel, at Magnolia

to town.Mr. been on a trip as far as Lake Worth and has returned from a two weeks' trip Mexico and California. To gain health the State of Floi Ida, and Is desirous of Springs, on the St. John's river, will be

W. B. Peck, a former popular Miami, stopped over here from Wednesday musio bouse of Manier fc Lane,"Jackson.- and strength, .Mrs. McFarland .thinks rendering the people immune by vaccination conducted In family style. January 1 It
proprietor of the Indian River hotel, until vesteiday. on his way home toSt. to New York, where he purchased some, there Is no place like Indian River. and to that end will furnish virus will bo regularly opened to the public

Titusville, has leased a hotel at PlneIrnrst Augustine. A telegram; however, of the finest makes of pianofortes, organs Assistant General Freight Agent H. free of charge. All persons 'desirous of This resort, which Is now owned by a
N. C.Mr. called him back to Lake Worth, where and other musical instruments to be obtained. S. Kealthofer of the F. K. availing themselves of this offer will corporation headed by O. D. Seavey, formerly
he is We If you need a musical instrument C. Railway, lease notlfv.mo by the 80th of No vomer of the Ponce De
to-day. acknowledge unpleasant manager Leon, Is
and St. Augustine met with rather
Mrs. Chas. II. Merrill of unpleasant
call.We. or music of any kind, order it from an (Wednesday), and I will at once secure regarded by many old habitues of Florida
Kansas City, Mo., were passengers onMmday's Manier A Lane Musio Co., 24 Forsytheat. experience on Monday. He the requisite amount of virus and as ono of the most desirable in the
southbound train, en route to acknowledge, with thanks, from ., 'Jacksonville. They will treat was down at Rockledgo- looking at the vaccinate them. state, *
Tropic, to spend the winter as usual.Chas. Mr. Robt. Ranson, a complimentary right. you many peculiar plauts and shrubs which B.'R. Wilson, Jkf. D.
ticket to the Knights of Pythias ball, the people of that neighborhood take The Sultan of Turkey Is said to have
Blum & Co., Bay street, Jacksonville which took place at the Casino, St. The Jacksonville Metropolis of Mon delight in growing,''when hla eye caught nearly completed tho largest hotel In the

finest brands, keeps of wines on t hand some and of the Augustine, last night. Unfortunately, day, says! "Sepator Quay's family have one of those beautiful cacti, which grow Another LaAinoh for Indian lllvar.A world, at Mecca. This establishment Isto

to be found in the liquors Call and cigars pressure of business precluded our being returned to Washington for the winter, so profusely in Florida. Mr.- Kealthofer lodge 6,000 pilgrims at once, with,
tlem. state. test present. Hope to get there next time.Mr. and have reopened their residence there.. is a well-known railroad man from Georgia subscriber, writing us from Chicago presumably, their camels and other
The Senator Is still at his winter estate so he was determined to have that says: beasts of burden, and'promises to be one
-Mr. W. R. Knox left here, last Saturday Wm. M. Mackenzie, the bustling in Florida, and will remain there for line, yellow cactus flower/ which he "The new launob, rhenolj. built by of the most picturesque places to stay

night, -for Lake Worth, where be representative of the American Net & some time yet." That la not so. The grabbed and pnt Into hi* pocket for Mr. Oeorge Glngrnas, of Rookiedge, Flaw, at In the world, although, of course, Infidel
'111 remain a week or so longer. He is Twine Co.this of New York, was in town a Senator and his son, Dick, left St. Lucie further investigation. .The result most Is now on her way to Jacksonville, Fla., dogs are not allowed to approach It.
employed on the steamer St. Augustine day or so week. He was doing business suddenly on Saturday night last, on of our readers know. Mr. Kealthofer where she will run for a time on the St. Its vast size has drawn attention to monster
-attending to the decorating work.Mr. for his firm all along the East Coast board a special train for Philadelphia, with the assistance of Capt. A. Vfe Bute John* river; then she will come down to residences. 'The largest dwelling;
ait far as Key West, from which place he where they called to and Messis. W. ,Jff. Greaves and O the
were meet the H. Indian River for winter. She will house In existence Is In Vlena, where
, pending and a week Mrs. Jas. Mclntire, after left for the Gulf Coast.Mr. charge of conspiracy brought against Schatzman was busily engaged for be.put In at your city, and I think you there is an apartment house with lB0a

hotel, Savannah or two left at the DeSoto and Mrs. Jas.TJ. McKeown and them. some hours examining bis binds; and, will soy she Is a beauty. She Is 45 feet rooms in It. occupied be more than 3,000peoplo.
St. Augustine, and for Jaokson'Ule. will- baby, of Chagrin Falls, O., have arrived Mr. Charles It. Tysen, whose adver now-he says he don't care for oaettas long, finished In mahogany and sawed This building has 92 staircases,
do doubt, be their next Daytona ., at New Smyrna for the winter. Mr.McKeownIs tisement appears today on our Sth flowers, for they stick to blm too closely, oak and baa -lnoh plate glass windows.Mr. 13 Interior courts, and 800 windows oa
stopping places.You page,
an ardent hunter and fisherman is a 'young man only G-ingrass will meet her at 'Jacksonville. the street.
should not fall to read the tesUnonlal which sport he enjoys Immensely, old, but has been in business a little years over BpanUli r n InMkrfral.' "Come and see her when she arrives. The Indian River hotel at Titusville
in connection with 'Insecti lie makes a good leoord every winter- .
two years. He aucoeeds tbe JR..
Jysen had a Thanksgiving dinner
cides and Powder Guns 8th bear to his aim. This launoh has been, built yesterday
on our even falling unerring Co., and by his and honora specialv
P 8o, if you are Interested in growing ble manner of doing prompt business Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, Titusville'* prom for Mr. C. O. Jerome, one of Rookledge'swinter that will long be" remembered by tbe delighted
'ttetables. Mr. Chas. R. Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones and Miss has estab inent fisherman, has received several oar- visitors. guests. The menu consisted of
Tyson, Annie Jones left here Wednesday for lished himself on a most substantial all the good things that
to make
Jwksonvllle, has just the' thing basis. load* of Spanish mackerel from hi* fishery go up
He has
need. you Melbourne, to spend Thanksgiving Day over fifteen hundred customers near Key Largo this week. They this national feast.The famous Indian
with Mr. and .Mrs. S. F. Glbbs. 'The along the East Coast Line alone: were re-packed at this plaoe and The Thayar Vlah tow.At River ,oysters were served In varloua
' -Mr. Ilugh n. Richardson, general Judge will probably returns to-day, but Is now well and favorably known allover ped to northern dealers. ship lusolous styles, porapano and Spanish
'reiKht agent in Florid.* for the Georgia M>". Jones will go on a visit to her son, the state, and has secured the con the fall term of the Circuit Court mackerel, wild turkeys from the forest*

awhorn and KloiIda Railway, was one Wade, at their place west of Fort Pierce, fidence, of all his patrons. We would held at DeLnnd, last week, the hearing of the state; suckling pigs,, roasted
"we pleaHant callers at the Advocate called Klondike. | call especial lie attention to the lines of Indian Hlvar fran* a.A' In tbe case of James Howard and others, whole, choice venison, quail, wild duck,
jnce, yenterday He had goods deals in. See 5th page. ahd all the
soulli'as accompaniments the
' a We hope our readeis will not Tail to charged with attempt to seln and drag way
m the Miami, stopping at most places notice tbe advertisement of the Ma pes Among the pleasant visitors' to this > telegram from Washington say*: in Lake Monroe, came up before Judge of Florida grown vegetables and fruit.
"we route in the Interests of the manures In our Issue of to-day. The ad. office on Tuesday were: Mr. H. S.'Kealthofor VOne of the largest dealer* In Southern M. S. Janes on Tuesday evening. Judge New England pumpkin and mince pies,
railway.Kcul will be found on our 4th page. They assistant general fi eight agent of fruit in Washington lias just reoelved Welbourne w s engaged for tbe defence, eranberrv sauce, etc., eto. The lobby of
have the call along the East Coast line the F. E. C. Ry., St. Augnstine, Mi*. W. from Florida a consignment''of fine and Judge Beggs and Attornev J. W, the hotel exhibited a collection of fruit
Estate Jlar alii. this season. All the grower* who used T. Greaves, general southern freight oranges from the Indian River section. Perkins for the prosecution. The de and flowers that won tbe admiration of
them last yean made most excellent crops agent of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago The dealer stated that Florida oranges fence held that the law was unconstitutional ail, and Manager J. G. Bast was overwhelmed
and got most excellent returns, and the A St. Louis Ry., Atlanta; and Mr. this year are very fine, and that saleare but the eourt decided that be with the thanks and congratu
'"jnerviiie 1' (?1oII r takes twenty-two Iota, demand this season is unprecedented. C. II. Schatzman, general agent of tbe being made rapidly, and good price* are would not so hold and declare tbe law lations of his guests. Sportsmen and

addition, to Titusville. They cost a little more than some other Columbus, Hocking Valley A Toledo obtained for the fruit." void upon the journal of tbe two houses. tourists are rapidly realizing that Titus

M. Gbanniss, Orlando, Fla. brands, bat the value.is always there Ry., Cincinnati They had been on a ville has attractions noCto be shunned,
and results are always certain, unless trip as far as Eau Gallia, and came up toTitusville and a boniface whose whole eare Is to
Macon some calamity Intervenes.Wanted.. la Mr. Geo. O. Uleason's Hotel Wanted. Married at Weak Palm Baaah.Mr. provide for' the creature comfort of his
Dining Rooms.to launch. They left for other poluta on guests.,
Tuesday afternoon's northbound train. Wanted to lease a Florida Hotel, Ad- Andrew Green and Miss Maude

| 1Jii," vJtln, ,'|f Macon, Ga., do not fail They were a very jovial trio, and'we dress, J no. S. Boweic, Simmons, of Eden, were united in holy CANAVERAL CLUB.
h \\lt"ao popular dining rooms, shall be glad to have them pay as Hotel Placlde, matrimony Sundar evening, November
|thirouc'"> obufaall the delicacies Four colored field hands; wages ninety another visit when they cojne this way. Jacksonville, Fla. 20th, at the residence of Judge Heyser, Captain W. A. Coster, the new manager
r wason at very reasonable work at West Palm Beachj Their many of Canaveral Club, left here, Satur
prices. Saturday steady
cents every ; ;
; pay
last for the
day clubhouse
friends wish them at Chester
' toots furnished. Apply, Oslo postoffloe, NEW HOME AND IDEAL SEWING Choice Store Property for Sale, and happiness, many year* of peace Shoals, which will open, as usual oa
miles below Vero.
three Machines are the beat, for sale Thursday next the
TIK nd PORCELAIN ChamW E. B. Dawiex.nUBER'S by 1st of December.
Sets at FUHNITUBB STOBE, Gabdner A Walker.Guavaa. With Ave acre* good land, two In TOWN FAMILIES OB INDIVIDUALS Tbls club Is composed of wealthy and

Titusville, Fla.ria pineapples; good building with tenement prominent residents of Boston, who eoroe
desiring an occasional
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, over store; general merchandise stock, change from south every winter* to enjoy the fin*
borne fare will
Kestdence No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 302, delivery, wagon, row and aai! boat; at the Indian River be sumptuously hotel served bunting and fishing to be obtained on
and Pineapple Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and steamboat landing with warehouse: Titusvilleat their grounds, which comprises about

Plantation For Sale.r'HUt female help furnished and sent to all Wsrrock A Co., Jacksonville, Fla., well established and only store in good -specialty.special ;rates. Sunday dinners a direct 10,000 line acres on the peninsula, nearly In a

part*. are buying Guavas and are paying the commuolty; tor* e d postofflce outfit east of Titusville. The first
____ ** 11. arrivals will
probably be Col. C/P. Horton
highest market price. Shipments received complete; price low; title perfect. Ad
oM'onyJocated villa and Orange Grove for Sale In one crate and upward*. dress the owner, Do you want to buy or sell property and Messrs. T. Watson Merrill, Robt.
Wabbocx A Co., V A. X Ot.vn, P. M on Indian River f It you do, writ* tbe C. Heaton and Jas. M. Codman, who are)
* Pci, iue Indian River; InhniM. In the heart of Klsslmmee city, Florida Jacksonville, Fli. Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla.Tltuavllle Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titosvllle well known crack shots.
he P* *PP action; large ; 292 trees, 76-of them bearing and Fla. Among tbe members of the club are)
iZ ll i! d oot-houses. Modta.2Ience' have a light crop on tbem now; a good the following: C W. Amory, Alexander

> ? ; to dtolle* rrangew wo-etory residence on opposite aide of Wanted for Caah lionse Cochrane, James M. Codman, oresIdent -
*: wer* *t boat-house and street* facing grove. A delightful home Laundry.J. for Sale.A ; T. J. Coolldge, Jr., Chas. It.Cory.

i S u:,""04'?' flower* and 1ftW for someone; healthiest locality In Florida Fresh fruit and vegetable* In small Mrs. Oeo. Cock, of new good, substantial well-finished W. E. C. Xnstls, secretary; Dedlev Hi
; artesian and sulphur water, good shipments; prompt return*. prepared to do laundry work of every nine-room house, sals Fay. RobertC. Heaton, Cbaa. V. Ho*.
school. Pricov jrov. description. All worlrjrttarmateed. two-story for la ton, T. W. Merrill, Francis W. Sttrgent,
Titusville. Will sell
O C. M. Gbkbb. Cor. 1st and chesp if sold soon. David Sears, Frank K. Simpson, Chas <>..
, WurASrj, description write to ; Poplar Leave your washing at 0,'F. Duren's Inquire on the premise*. Weld
4 277 Miami fla. Macon Oa. Stephen M, Weld, Arthnr H. Phiz-
Eden, Fla.- Lock Box, corner store, opposite Admoats office. U. V. L. Dodsow.
pen, (not a member).

NOVEMBER 45, 18 8H -

the favorites for summer wear
Florida Poatofllewe. Among
August .were to the effect .that many made white pique skirts. They

Whole System Built Up thousands and of already the beetles about had ninety been colonies distributed The annual Postmaster-general report'of the, Fourth just made Assistant are lawn are usually shirtwaists.worn wtth-whlte percale or Wholesale Dealers In

had been established In and about public, .says the gross, receipts of the
Digestion Improved and Throat Lisbon. In the orange orchard "round Florida postofQce*during the past fiscal against the attacks GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
the beetles and were $473,870,' which would represent Insult* toubsblf
Trouble Relieved the propagation station year and other serious
each of fevers, pneumonia
about OS cents expended by
larvte of Novlus were reckoned by millions In the state. .It Is Interesting and prostrating diseases by taking a-few 131 and 183 East Bar Street and 6 and Newnan Street,
person .
Wonderful Good Comes from the and colonies were being distributed that In point of expenditure Massachusetts bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla now.Hood's J ,ol3E.soix' riJLlo, 3l.ox :ltiaj

Use of Hood's Saraaparllla. dally to farmers and gardeners who takes first place, with an average the favorite family cathartic.

The building when the op power system of la Hood's run down S rssparllle asked for of the them.work Senor at Lisbon Leoocq, gratefully, who had of foots$2.30 the per list person, her population, while South expending Carolina Easy Pills to are take, easy to operate. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITfWe

la wonderful charge but 25 cents each in a year. Florida exceeds
from the effect* of disease, ,
acknowledges the Invaluable benefit all the southern states In this regard the site
and la due to the great blood enriching and horticulture to over Eight churches have stood on for all kinds of Seed and Eating' Potatoes and C ow pfaX
done to Portugese agriculture with a good margin spare are headquarters
qualltiee ol thia medicine. Bead thlal"I of the bee Virginia and Louisiana, next on the list of St. Paul's cathedral, London. The guaranteed genuine. We also oarry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. AVo w J
> bad been troubled for several years by the introduction with 68 cents and 51) cents, respectively.Fiftysix first one was built In the year 223.No your Oranges and Vegetables* Give os a trial and you will be pleased.B2T" .

with aBtbma. My digestion was also tle. Florida offices were changed In MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.G
poor. I tried varloua remedies, but with .Later information Is to the. effect' that name and site. Dealers.
little or no benefit. Last year I began colonies of the Novius were established abilities, however splendid, can We only Sell to

taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has done on not less than 407 estates, whence Free Pills. command success without Intense labor

me an Immense amount of good., 'My naturally many others were formed byradiatloq Send your addiess to H. E. Bucklen & and persevering application. Stewart. Bl"Cri <5c CO.
whole system has been built-up and / Gardens and orchards that Co Chicago, and get a free sample box ZE3C13 ,
strengthened. My digestion has been Infested with the' scale of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial Toledo 1 DKALUKS IN *
completely of ,
relieved of the were State of Ohio, City g8
improved and my throat will convince of their merits. These >
and nearly ruined are to-day entirely you Lucas County. J 3FLE1.07V33. 3J3 &.JOA3L XLad.QL.U.Ors
severe'' irritation." Ada Tbatnob, 427Bast >Uls are easy in action and are partiou- heIs ,
Chase Stxeet, Pensacols,Florida.HOOd'S clean or well on the way toward becoming f arty effective In the cure of constipation Frank J. Cheney makes oath firm of F. J. 417, & 410 W. liny St.,
6f the
so. and sick headache. For .malaria and the senior partner
farina The Entomologist of the United States liver troublen, they have been proved Invaluable Cheney & Co., doing business In aforesaid the city, JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.
and state
They are guaranteed to of Toledo, county
Department of Agriculture would not deleteriQ.uawubstanoe said tirm will pay the, sum of
perfectly free from every and that
Is the bent In fact the One True Blood Partner.BoldbyalldrugKlsts. have been able to assist the Porrugeoe and to be purely vegetable. One Hundred Dollars for each and every Campaign Arguments
>1)alitor SB.M ''this that cannot be cured by
Government In accomplishing They do not weaken by their aciion, case of catarrh
,4 r H1 are the only plus to takeIsOOU great work had It not been for the policy by giving tone to the stomach and bowels the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.J CHENEY. Don't "go" here. Like tho
fills Regular FRANK made In the rainbow
8 with Hood's Sarsaparllla.r.ASLagS of greatly Invigorate the'system. promise ,
of the State Board of Horticulture size 2"io per box.. Sold by F. S. ChaiTee, Sworn to before me and subscribed Inmy can depend upon tbe assurances

California in continuing the breeding In druggist. presence,this 6th day of December, you made that our goods arc
confinement of .these prodaceous beetles
T OLEASON.i goods properly aged, of I
long after any apparently urgent Australian rabbit skins are being converted t A. W. good ,
necessity for such work had disappeared Into sealskins for the Ameiicanmarket. seal, f Notary Public.Hall's eat flavor, and highest quality.We've .

In California, and for the courtesy i of Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally something particularly
the Board In placing living specimens at A dress' of every sheer, material is and acts directly on the blood and fine In Mount Vernon Whisker.It's .
his disposal. trimmed with narrow satin ribbon put mucous surfaces of the system. Send a thirst quencher and lnvigoiator

on In groups.Cyrano for testimonials, free.F. of first water, supreme in excellence
k is one of the latest oolers. ItIs J. Ciikney &. Co., Toledo, O.By and reasonable In price.
Life in THa Tropics, a rich ruby and becoming alike to Sold by druggists,,75o.Bucklcn'a .
dark and fair.' "*
A-bookton planting, cultivating and

harvesting India rubber, cocao, coffee, Heats tlie Klondike.Mr. Arnica Salve.
The Post of Responsibility
batfanas, oocoanuts and pineapples. Also A. C.Thomas, of Marysville, Tex., The best Salve in the wor d for cuts, ,
containing valuable information on has found a more valuable discovery bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever
tropical life, written by a resident planter than has yet been made In the Klondike. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
while on a plantation 16' Nicaragua, C.A. For years he suffered untold agony from corns, and all skin eruptions, and ..positively Tbe men on tbe manaiar'jVrijririp
accompanied by hemorrhages .
consumption, required.It
Piles, .or no pay
Sample copies mailed, postage paid, cures
cured by Dr.King's
and was absolutely satisfaction
; perfect
is guaranteed to give tremendous responslbiUt;
have a
on receipt of 75o. Stamps taken. New Discovery for consumption, refunded. Prloe 25o. per
Address the author, coughs and colds He declares that gold box. or For money sale by F. S. Chaffee, druggist. UHUgu resting upon them. They are thi
Wm. S. Abmstroxo, Is of little value In comparison with" this brains of the great niachlnei We hold then
Birmingham, Ala. marvelous cure;'would have it, even IfIt strictly to account for the result of every biWe
hundred dollars bottle. Asthma
cost a per
bronchitis and all throat and lung WANTED-BKVE1LAX manage our business idtbeirown ,want to be considered in identically
affections< are''positively' cured by Dr.King's and nearby counties. It is mainly light with respect to the BEER you tra;
Ala.iTngratefui. New Discovery for consumption. oftloe work eoniluotea at borne.definite Salary, bonande straight, no here. .We want' to be held personally am
you never turned round when Trial bottles free at F.8.Chaffee's drug f more U00 a, no year lena and salary.expen.es Monthly75. References.Knoloso responsible that It Is the best you cm
yon go to Chicago?" asked the young store. Regular size 50o and $1. .Guaran self-addressed stamped envelope, Herbert strictly
woman in tho pink shirt waist."Often teed to cure or price refunded. B. Hess, fre... Dept. M,Cblesgo.H. buy.Address.
OF ," replied'the young woman
GROWERS. under the red hat. ".Those policemen

at the street crossings grab one's arm so A. HODGES.... C. MULLER & CO.,
Yankee Ktomologist Saves Portugal's rudely I" Chicago Tribune.* Jacksonville, Fla.Agts .
& Godfrey).
1 to Ilodges
- -- (Successor Col
Orange Crop. for Aome Brewing
Privileged ratrlot. MANUFACTURER OF
Mr, Thos. K. Kevins, one of Brooklyn's Acme Brewing Co., Maoon, Ga.
t didn't halt
Walker Officer why
and .well-known resident*, and Yellow 'fine ..
prominent 20 .Cypress
that fellow? He was riding fully ..
ends'us' the following InterestloR article Fruit and Vegetable Orates.
miles an.hour. ROUGH AND DRESSED. - 'orange Bo? Beads,
for publication In tbo Advocate: Officer Ab, go on with you I Didn't shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In
contemplating FDiSL
The Department of Agriculture of you see he was riding a red, whlte and any Any part one of Florida, would do well to write for prievs. The saw mills are located THE SOUTHERN & SUPPLY Company

Portugal through Dr. Howard, etomologlst blue wheel? Cincinnati Enquirer.. at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J..T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any.
Buffalo Bluff Fla.Massee
Address II. A. HODGES,
of the United States Department part of the East Coast. :

ot Agrloulturo, and the co-operation of IrraMMlUbU."Slopplngeris bitterly opposed. to the Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
of California
the State Board of Agriculture "

bas 'succeeded In repeating tn country's"Rather.new'He expansion turned one policy.of his men Lumber Company. Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick.

Portugal the wonderful,success effected off the. Other day for speaking of ,the .

la California i some years ago partly addition to hli store building as an annex.

through the efforts of the Department In Chicago Tribune.A 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 203J.

saving the orange Industry of the state Manufacturers Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber.N Flooring, .
atavvlvo* MUNNERLTN-General
from annihilation owing to the depredations
of the white or fluted scale (Iceryapurohasl Poetio One No Venus rising from Ceiling Laths Shingles etc. Wholesale only.
the ocean no Thetis of the sea nowadays ,
the Introduction from
), by
Australia Novlus (Vedalla) eardlnalls, Practical I One No.. Only Flo of the Bridge Timbers, Car Sills,. Framing, Kiln-dried Finishing Board, Plain Weatherboarding feeI Invlt*yonr Attention to my CompletStoak| of

a beetle which preys upon the soale, and tide La these times. Nuggets. ; Beveled Weatherboardlng. 4-
thus keeps It In cheolc.In -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY

September, 1800, Dr. Howard Howard They Are Chun*. Mills at Kerns/Dooly County, Ga.

was appealed to by the Portuguese "I want to say one thing ft* them Address: 467 Third Street, MACON, GA. Glassware,'Lamps and Lanterns'. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, TinwareGnlteware

authorities for advice as to the most efficacious Spaniards," said the fat man with the ,doors, sash and blinds, and Builders'.Hardware,*water coolers, loe c-
of combating the ravages celluloid collar. "They ain't never tried freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame Ueroslne oil stoves,' garden I
means nettm
to blame it on the empire." Cincinnati oils Fruit and Jelly glasses, poultry
In disastrous plows and liarrows,, paints and jars
soale whloh had appeared
of the
Enquirer. WHEN IN NEED OF. and barbed wire,
numbers In the orange and the

lemon groves along the River Tagua.Dr. lrobnbly Admiral Carver*. Harrison'1 Bros' Readv'Mixed Paints.

Howard having satisfied, by examlnatlon < Who will be the greef historian of Please Write .me for Prices, i "p tf, I'yJluf'and ',1JJ.,S!

of photographs and specimens the war of 1808? Baltimore American. Lumber Hardware and Paints prices tlontof answered your patronage.promptly.Mail, Orders given Prompt aud Careful Attention

of the Insect received from Portugal, auc. in. curxjxjjart.West .

that It was,; undoubtedly, the Icerya purohasl Palm Beach, FlaSt

of California experience, strongly
in'the' line of Building Material
advised his Fortnguese correspondents to Or anything

attempt the Introduction of the Novluseardlnalls

and pledged his oooperatlonIn or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or Magnolia Grocery.

an effort to secure specimens and ship

them to Portugal. Hls advice and proffers Plumbing, do, not fail to write Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
of assistance were cordially ac

October, 1807, Dr. Howard scoured

the State Board of Horticulture of Call*' Butterine, 14cts. perpouni

fornla about sixty specimens of the Novlus 'THE BRICK STORE," Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please joa
In the 'adult condition, FLA.
eardlnalls, River; ZFTeA.. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE,
and some tarvu. These were paoked in OOOOA, Tnrtloix
A faw Oeetesfe
Telephone No. 255.
moss, with a'plentiful supply of Iceryaas The eld obstacles that used to prevent

food, and forwarded from Washington the maniac* of loving couples are ant ofdate. MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAM>,
by direct mall. Only five of the Novlus To. blood-end-thnader vidian is a SAW AMD PLANING at. Bar * Foot of Catherine.
'myth nowadays. The creel lather is only Fnlatka. ria.
reached Portugal alive. They were at6nce a tradition. Distance, absence and shipwreck EASY RIDING.
placed la glass Jars at the Chemical in these days of cheap, aarc and WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
station at Lis. swift transportation do not count. The All the time and speed when you
Agricultural Experiment new obstacle is a-common aeas* en*. Itia of .
it it feature
boo, and were so successfully cared for ill-health on one side ot the ether, and Manufacturers of want a great

when heard' from In December, sometimes on both. '
Ken nowadays hesitate to marry a woman
there was already a numerous progeny.On ,no matter how heaatifnl,no matter how Lumber Shingles and rLath. *
Nov. 22nd a second colony of the attractive, or interestinc, or witty, if she ian Cypress ,
sufferer from ill-health. All men worth Here are some Keating points for your consideration.The .*
beetles was received from Cat.ifornla. children.Any
predatory having happy, .healthy
In order to hasten the journey woman who will, may at herself for A larfje stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Frame makes ItSTTROXG.
the duties of wifehood and the Halted function hand thus assuring prompt; shipments. Cypress .
Howard and picket always on
Dr. lath *
of this colony to Portugal, of motherhood. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
took the packet to New York and placed Prescription banishes all hindrance in the mouldings of all patterns a specialty. The Construction makes It

It In cold storage, awaiting the arrival power nature and of local capacity ill-health.c to the,delicate It give*and health important , When at home, writ* us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. DURABLE.

of the direct steamship to Lisbon. But on/ana concerned in wifehood anmaternity. / The Bearings give
It corrects all displacements, ItSPEED.
In spite of these precautions, and owing allays inflammation, heals alteration, stops .
and Store
to several unfortunate delays In transit exhausting- drains and soothes pain. It The Bee HiYe Dry Goods Millinery The Double Roller Chain .
the packet did not reach Lisbon until for natural, healthy mothcihood.t MAKES IT W1'Up
makes maternity easy and safe and alaaoet -
forty-four days after It left California. painless. It- insures n newcomerconatUntionally Is one of tho Best and Cheapest Houses In Jacksonville.... hill
hill the
One male and five' females were still stroar and.able to witti* on tour, road or track
atand the nsnal ills of babyhood. It ia the *-
alive,And, owing to the great care taken of nerve tonica and restorative*, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS It haS.NO Equal.
ot them by the Portuguese officials, Eeatcat dealers sell it and an honeat Send for CUlogue.

these survived and multiplied. Owing dealer-After will suSettag not aire untold a snbatitaM tortwrve,"writes npon yon.Mre.T. Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept In stock and made to' order. Afirstclass T03ATINO WHtJEL COMPANY,

tp the great fepundlty of the Novlus, the Peraaeoe,of Boa ae. Donates Matloa. SelkirkCo. line ef.Gents* Furnishing Goods and a new line of Millinery to select
., tf.otK.ba, I ih.nk clod I Ibund relief and Middleto-vvn; Conn.m .
the six which reached and Mall Orders promptly attended to.
breedings from i cam in Or.Merce'a Favorite rnacriptioav" from, 'TToJ willnod, our Prices Right,
Lisbon In a few, months reached many The pront side of life ie health. The net.aace Writesr or when In town give us *> call, and yon win be pleased.
thousands, and colonies were established is written in the rich,red, pare blood ofhealth. Address j\\ WEISS, Proprietor,
.* Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelletacnre ADYOCATE
in Lisbon and Its envlrous. constipation and make the blood rich and AMJSaalBaySt. 1 i ? JACKSONVILLE FLA. docs neat, clean Job Printing.ttemM .
Reports received by-Dr. Howard ''last pur*. They never crip*. By drucxiata. 21 ,

; "." ".''T vf'."!': w<"fwwV "*'' ''vmM

smWNW* i *i! *Sll

INDIAN RIVKR ADVO AT*., NOVEMBEK 25, ,18 8profeasional 1


WAlTBB8.QlU.aAJi.tfSwsa Skirts anil Coats Tight Fitting a>* the The Bob Fltzsimmoras Violate e>nrl Dalalea FornUh Dean- Wines.Llquors
3-year-old pacer w
BOBBIN Waist The Hanoi of the Bnstle. Ural iferalrna. .- and Cigars,
& GRAHAM, is sustaining the reputation of
The loosely fitting blonde is no longer his namesake. For the setting of a country supper Ouaranteed Pure.

seen upon women who know how todress. no decoration commends iuelf to The
ATTOBNBTS-AT-LAW, John R" Gentry lowered tbe OoahenN. Sold at reduced
E rythlng is to be tight and Decorator and Furnisher, the source of
iIcgHouB8! From 10 to 12 a. m., trim and well drawn into the band of ( Y.) track leoord the other day from the accompanying design, as equal to Old Running Sores prices

and 2 to 4 p. m.TrrireviiXK the skirt, which in its turn molds tbe) 3:11 to 2:06.: wild flower doilies. This authority Imported

Brevard Co., Florida, bips and is attached with buttons. Peter Curran has been quite ill in sayst For some reason they suit exactly Tokay Wine, '

' These tight skirts are a feature of the Austria, but be is expected to again be the purpose. They ore fresh looking, Itching, ScratchingEczema from Italy. v

inupmat'o' l "thB ourts-etat* nd f djiicUl new styles. No matter the materials beIt able to take his seat in the suUy before eool and inviting, besides filling all the John B. Togni .41

faoilitles for examining ana perfect- alpaca, piquo or foulard each skirt long. dictates of fnshion. In the treatment of ,

..Sod titles.rDJOR joins in the center of the back without George Heller, Tiffin, won a band- wild roses em broideries go hand in band Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1 East Bay St., J

any visible fullness, and a double row some whip, offered by the MansfioldO. with the wayside blossom, the delicate JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

JONES of buttons accentuates the molded association the of tbe flower peculiarly
S. appearanoe ( ) Driving for'being pink being .....
Wholesale anil Itetall.
of the figure. But unfortunately best dreBsed (hiver on tbe track. charming for table adornments.In !

ATTOKNETATLAW.TCSVILIiE a last year's skirt.will not alter into Jenny, by Bull Pop, dam of Hulds, affairs of this kind the center'

this fashion. There ia only one way ofoutting 9:08: >$, and Grade 8, 9:33: dam ofDione cloth should bo a spacious one, with Blood Poison The Largest and Most Complete
BREVARD CO. FLA, the new skirt to arrive at the trimmed with lace EstablishmentSouth Thfll
[ 2:00 Ji, is the first mare to produce embroidered edges ll
desired effeot in three pieoes, all of a 2:10: trotter and the dam of one. the pretty blossoms gracefully outlining
ProdnHne the following HTmptomir Valllns
County Judge of Brevard County. equal dimensions, narrow at the waint the border. To accompany these are Ilalr.SoreTriroKt,Nwtollen Qlanrla.Krir ? S. HACKER & SON
The Allie 2:1 is
Boy, : reported : ,
pacer VJra *!ne
and wide at the feet A favorite fall four smaller in size but .Jl
to have trotted a mile over the corner pieces, tiffn M of the fill*urn*t Aftoi*
combination is the abort red jaoket with with tbe same lovely design. Asa floral ion, I'alce. etc.
L. GAULDEN, crystal buttons and the white skirt Charter Oak park track, Hartford, Aug. decoration daisies and field suit
20, in 2:20: and that without hopples. grasses Ulcers Scrofula : '* ATTORtfEY-AT-LAW, The jacket is made of a very light cloth, well th table, the tints of each making ,
George Guerne, Santa Ross, Gal.,
worn over white pique or drill. a complementary hue. Rose bowls filled

vill rrsctlos In all the Court* of the State sAn Imported princess gown of gray who bred and raised Directum Kelly with these same blossoms make an effeotive -, Sore
,and tbe United States Court*. and his dam he does Running Eyes
riorliU cloth of tbe latest and most approved RosaLudwig, says showing and can be employed at
p.0.Box,23 TITCSVIIXK, FLA. looks like dress of not regret that be sold tbe son of Direct,
vogue a armor, for it each corner or one large one in the center. Are eared br
Money to Loan. IS fits the upper part of the figure with but is sorry be sold his dam. Some years ago the pink tea and BOTANIC BLOOD DALAI (B. B. B.Tht .

never a suggestion of fullness anywhere Mike Oostello, Son Francisco, has yellow collation was all tbe rage, which

GOLDSMITH, and is closed at the back, from the top gone to Honolulu, where he will train in a measure has now been revived, so Great Blood Remedy.Til .

of the neck to the hem of the skirt, with and drive a stable of trotters and pacers that field flowers are now forming again
nbove naineil dlsoaeea all due to diseased
round silver buttons. A round, short, for Mr. Cunningham, a well known germ* Hosting aronnil In thetlrxxl. These
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, flat cape of the gray material, applied horseman of our new acquisition. (terms make their appearance on the body at the
leant resistanoe. Lotions and salves
with motifs of lace and riohly embroidered The following is an extraot of an account may pointer help temporarily, but to elteot a euro the
htasvllle, Florida.J. falls around the shoulders. History of the recent meeting held in poison must be frot nut or the bioml, and that is MANUFACTURERS OF 4tl
why H, n. It llotanla Illoml lialm oures.
though, does not say bow the wearer Aspen, Colo., and is from a western paper 11. II. H. literally drives the poison (which produces Doors Sash Blinds
contrives to seat herself with any. : TheAspen meeting was pulled off blood diseases) out or the blood, bones ,

WEBB, thing approaching comfort on the buttons last week without broken bones, bard and body babe's, leaving, and leaves tlie rlesh no bad aa after pure effects.as a newborn Itla Moulding & Building Material.Offioe tlb

for it is to be surmised that the feelings or fast time.A this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, skirt is too tight to be swerved stay cured.
accident ooourred at the
peculiar A Warerooms, King, opposite
Scrofulous Poison of the Blootl.Bntaoio .
Will practice in tbe Courts of the 7thireult. on one side. On the other band, as it Is St. Louis fair grounds course recently. Cannon Street.Charleston .
Blood Balm (H.B. B.) oures all Scrofulous
Taxes paid for nonresidentsid written that these buttoned skirts tobe
are While receiving their exeroise gallop and other poisonous conditions of the n
roots and acoounts collected.Sluiville a fad of the autumn season it behooves Judge Debouse and Bill Dawdy collided blood, In either sex or at any aire of life, no matter S. C.Sasli .
of how lonp; standing, bow previously mistreated
to cultivate without novel
Florida. us delay some and fell heavily, each horse breaking bow obstinate, bowvnegleoted, or bow
position whereby we may at one and bis neck. The jockeys suffered painful acquired. Weights Cord and PiiJ

the same time attain ease and elegance. injuries. 'Horseman.ITEMS Sores, Boils, Tumors. ,

0. FRIES, C. E.COUXTY The rumor of the bustle is again revived \ Ilotanto Blood Balm (B. B. B.)cures all Sores, Hardware.
and it is true that short jaokets ulcerations,Eruptions, Molls, Tumor* and other
SURVEYOR. external evldenoes of blood taint.If .
have the hips so closely fitted that for
i. Your Blood lias a Taint of Window and Fancy Glass

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.ipplng N6 particular form of religion receives WILD VIOLBT DOILT. Speclno Poisoning'' A SPECIALTY.BO .

[ noatly done. Estimates for official leoognition in Japan.t excellent embroidery ornamentation.An You should lose no time In having It out. Our
artistio border iaof pretty blossoms wonderful Botanio Blood Halm (H. B.B )will do
kinds of engineering works. Dialled t In tbe Imperial library at Calcutta Sometimes this for you speedily, thoroughly and finally,
in of
more than 100,000 volumes on Indian tones good yellpwK a 8o long aa the vlrue remains, it will keep burrowing YEARS*
lines a specialty.tovi daisy is made the'scheme, the pattern Into tissue, nerve and musole, even Into EXPERIENCE
affairs are brought together and classi As the bones and you never know when or how
in no set plan. a center adornment violently It will break forth. You may not think
llb, Brevard Co., Florida.EORGE fied.At a spread of linen running the entire table much or a sore on the face,a pimply akin or an
Gonoatoa, In the south seas, everyman is embroidered, edged on both sides ulcerating throat, but either one of tnoin may l>e
the ontorop of far more dangerous Internal con
W. ALLEN woman or child on that island with laoe,the ends falling over the cloth.In ditions. \
who does not go to church at least three field flowers nothing is better than Should any one be afuloted with any stage of
Blood Poison, Hcrofula, Scrofulous Swellings,
times a week is liable to .be arrested the wild violet, of which there are many Rheumatism, old Ulaers and Bores. Tumors,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and fined. shades. A beautiful set lately made was Bkln Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Kraeina, Catarrh Trtaoc Marks
Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Soalilliead,
ijWest, Florida. Since mduy children die every year a carving cloth and some three mats,' broken down constitutions or any other disease DcsiaNMCopvmoHra 4ctber
from berries and defined in broad scallop caused by impure blood, B. B.B. llotanlo Blood ,
Till practice In the United States eating poisonous plants tbe edges closely a llalm will cure after other known Anyone sending a sketch and description may
you every
colored charts are now shown in blossoms thrown here and there ejnleklr asoertsln our opinion free w anCommtinlce 111j2i
some tbe
d State Courts. 9jun9S remediC has failed. Can lie taken with perfect Invention Is probsbly patentable.- -
German schoolhousns illustrating those lightly over the entiro surface. safety. It leave* no harmful results nor bad tlnns strictly oonfldentln.1. Handbook on Patent*
after effects. It. B. B.Is the only quick and per.manent snt free., Oldest alienor for seuurlngjiatenta.
that must be avoided.In For embroideries that are used dally lllood Purifier on eartb. One Imttle will Patent* taken tGrouah Munn AsjMoioi \% F. II. HOUGHTONDENriST. -, the great voloanio distriot of Iceland tbe butober's linen is by far the best. test It In any case. Druggist* sell II II. U.at SI notice, without onsrqe, iu tbe
large bottle, send direot to and will
per or us we k
there is a whole mountain com. Although thick, it is good for wear, and sblp to any point, all charges prepaid, six large Scientific Jmiericatt*

posed of eruptive clays and pure white 1f |the designs are in pure white it can does bottles on receipt of f o. llemeuiber, 11. B. it. A Handsomely illustrated weekly. Tanrsb nlr.i. .
not contain mineral ,
A beautiful be laundered weekly, running, no risk T or vegetable poison '" of any; scientist* journal.nr i. Terms, ,8 mll
sulphur. grotto penetrates ItookV-RKK. i four months,St. Bold by all newedeslere.NewYork.
the western slope to an unknown depth.Tbe of fading, like those of more delicate
""Jtona Florida.IALP1I tones.' For summer wear tbe white BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga.Palmetto. .
banquet in took pure .
greatest history Branch Offloe, uM F Bt,Washington, pI
plaoe Aug. 18, 1889, wben tbe 40,000 oloth has a preoedeboe not exoelled even

E. SMITH, M.D.PHTSICIAN mayors of France sat at a table in the by the most dazzling of tints. For these

Palace de l'lnduatrie in Paris. There daisies and Frenoh bowfcnots in cream Drug Store, Daytona. V vir *Vyi> pffrM) twuAa
AND SURGEON. AUTUMN CAPS. were three relays of about 1 ,000guestseuob. silk are very dainty, making a fall r
scheme from tbe large center oloth totbe MPStwhynt have.ydui,
wclalist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal slight'or straight figures a little padding smallest of bntter doilies.In Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet IwORKDONEBYCMte"r
in the skirt is almost neoessary, as A strange case of hereditary suicide soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
all embroideries of this kind the
Diseases. V this is too perceptible in the basque.Tbe is reoorded by Professor Brouardel. A fancy toilet articles in great variety.M. Al C inBM.lTEElOIESi'WA,
Located at PJaclde Hotel, fashionable ribbon frills and French farmer living near Etampes hemstitch edge still holds its own, especially Huston, propn ICnLsJ ISEAlS.BRASSCrjECKS,
for the' meal the
everyday ,'
1CK80SVILLE, FLORIDA.fc rnchings are most effective oq woolen banged himself. He left seven sons and
finer sort being equipped with lace of
gowns, and many rnchings consist of four daughters, ten of whom committed BIGGESTPUN'IN
various makes, in wbioh often the field
three of ribbon a-asnlon' Eoboea,
two or rows gathered suicide after they had married, and *
\ C. II. PEETE, together excessively full and sewed onin most of their children also took their flower is abundantly given.A "False" hips and bustles" combined THE SOUTH

ruche fashion. Frills of ribbon are own UveaA are offered in the corset departments of

KE, EAR, NOSEJand THROAT508 very pretty when they supplement traveler who has just returned Wayilde Flower Quilt, dry goods stores.' .They are worn to supply
groups of tucks, finish the dgea of This is composed of 20 squares of the curve t>f the hip wbioh fashion
from Athens that the Greeks who
white linen which
Cherry Street, used in creamy .
plaits, epaulets or yokes or are now demands in the up to date dresser.
not so long ago were shouting their favorite
of handmade laoe the whole
run rows ,
with bands of
combination trimming.
Macon, 'Ga. cry of "Down with the kingf Entire gowns of heavy black knotted
being bordered with an edging to correspond.
Ribbon ruobes, even in the most delicate Out with his right eye I" have now re* Upon each square a different design silk, with deep fringed edges are in

McL. DANCY, D. D. L. tints, keep their freshness in a surprising turned to the most extravagant loyalty, .of wild flowers Is embroidered in vogue for evening wear. They look best
and be used where
manner can and King George has never enjoyed so made over a foundation of Mack satin.
natural coloring, such familiar flowers
unsuitable and
lace would be quite yet
Graduate of HiilndelphU College of white or a light trimming is desirable.Cofdings much popularity since he came to the as tbe pink, pimpernel, thistles,,buttercups Parisians lave revived the fashion of car.

two, class 1872. Perfect operations and. military braid are also throne. dandelions, with their "clocks," wearing ooats of a different color frorntbe Mai PcFFER'S NERViaORDIdlV
omlted. olover, tiny white daisies and skirt It Ruw rfuTfjr and qulosTv. Curs* when all
much used, as shown in a pretty double many nthorm rnll. Youmrmen regain lost manhooili old
21 Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. cloth cape of blue with white trim others being "realistically reproduced.Tbe Bows of twisted velvet, mounted on
mings. tiny petals of the last named flower stiff, net, are very much used in millinery

Plaid skirts, it is said, will be very which in ordinary embroidery stitch ; also grapes, cherries and other

fashionable, to be worn with ohio little WERT-DAY would soarcely show'upou this cream fruit trimmings.

tight fitting coats of plain cloth. oolored background, is cleverly worked Deep tucks or "shingles/* are seen oa

The new lace jacket, which is one of in "bullion stitch," or "worm's, as some of the fall jackets.Onban Ch be onrrleil In vest pnoket. f repauTplnln wrap.Krlte .

the smart items in present fashions, is HEROISM these raised stitches are more frequently red is an exceedingly popular 4 to Ssre a>r Hslead the

often made as a zouave, but it is also called, each little petal being represented eolor In millinery. P&VsfJaWaffia&alSold

basqued after the order of a dress coat Struggling through; by one stitoh or "worm," The

and with revers in front The idea is life, cursed with catarrh variety given by the different colored Wlrelese by J. B, Screven, only.

StonW likely to be much amplified, and advantageously la a common flowers ia decidedly fascinating. Telagvaphr.It
Is a feather In the cap of the Dublin
for it is a graceful innovation. experience. IIow
ever heroic' the ' Mew Apple khanee. Daily Mail and Evening Express and Royal-tansy pills

oft Seine Twines. ______ __ fight'eatarrh generally Put ripe, tnrt apples In quarters and will be an event to recall in the future

Perfect STURGEON TWINE.WBLE The Mew Coat*. wins. remove the cores, and if large divide that this newspaper baa been tbe first to WEfriMffttOVKBT.now,rwij&UJ*antl*lUCVKTCrAlsU-l*rtilior mp*

The extreme of the reaotion from the Under ''some again. Drop each piece into a bow] of employ wireless telegraphy in the ordinary pr RMnskuimtlon* M. .MMMi,Now**,nnvtl scanty byortr r pliifu 0.4Hr >|
and very short ploaks and coats of the past name or other cold water to keep it white. Drain way of business and under conditions Jw-iltw. InvJti-ora**,thMsi orirttaa, Ilea*

EMORY JOHNSON, ow. a i iMOODUS. few seasons is upon us in the shape of it gets the best and pnt them into a granite kettle and when no other form of telegraphy wmrm tf4Mf$ par 1>NH um. aniaali lmfta4Jf twt>n '.]. V ti it*

CONN real Prince Alberts and cutaway coats, of us. Frank E.Ingalla pour over them a cup of sugar for a was practicable. At tbe Royal Alfred tamp*In for plain partlfTUlara.w rappstr.HolitMlcui tHoi b id* losr oTii*.

says the New York Herald. These two Waco, quart of apple. See that, the cover'fits Yaoht club regatta last week this enterprising trr"-"IAT1VN. Ikhmae. ill.siiIIll. -

shapes are to be/the very height of fashIon Tex.,and thou, closely to keep in tbe steam, and let them newspaper chartered a steam
this f alL Some of the swellest dressmaking sands of others stand on the backof the stove where yacht, an expert in sailing and Signer Sold by J. B. Screven, only.IndUm .

showing there is heat to drain Marconi and bad frequent messages sent
establishments are have been permanently cured of catarrh just .enough out

these garments, and I saw a woman by Dr. Hartman'a successful remedy the juice and melt the sugar.. Let them from various parts of tbe course' While River Bar Maeayne Inland JfavIgallon -

u Sru""don ** rlor* *** alighting from her coupe, one day last I'e-ru-na. Here la Mr. In galls* letter; cook slowly until -soft, and then stir tbe matchee were actually In progress.Slgnor ' Company.

*mS XLncm" arista** week arrayed in all the glory of a new Dr.S. ff.Hartman, Columbus, O.Dear them until smooth, or leave them whole Marconi himself worked tbe ill

""**;. **" *.i lw ve the Prince Albert coat Sir: * Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lln if yon prefer. Use no water, "and if they struments, and the messages are said to Commencing Monday, Oct. 10, '08, the
rr*trine nor*for bodice are not cooked too hot fire have been transmitted without m hltoh steamer St. Augustine will leave Titus
This garment was a tight fitting have cured me of one of tbe wont canes over a they
FERRY'S with the straight back and side of oatarrh any one ever had. My case will not burn. American KJtobea Mag* and wltboni a single repetition being vllle Mondays and Wednesdays at 0 dlOp.

seams of a genuine Prinoe Albert and was so severe that I was compelled to aaine. necessary. Pall Mall Gazette. m.f arrive at St. Lucie River Tuesdays
little below the discontinue my business, that of con- and Thursdays. Leave St. Lucie River
skirts reaching a
SEEDS doctor oa a railroad; but I am now Tuesdays and Thursdays} arrive atTltusville
of the in Haasrtaar Mavehlae.
knees wearer open entirely welL"'Ordinary Paper Catarrh Can De Cured Wednesdays and Saturdays.
exactly as the man's coat Of course treatment of catarrh is for Paper banging by machine la a German
there was a little touch of femininity in invention. Tbe arrangement used By eradicating from tbe blood the scrofulous
the make and finish, especially in local relief. Cures are not expected.Dr. ia taints which cause It, Hood's WACTPD-BKVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per
.T-F"Waca..Pttf *iMs i.J, up .- nartman's method eradicates catarrh provided with a rod,, upon which tbe manatee our business in
the dainty lace cravat at the throat roll * Pt*>* I* placed, A paste receptacle Sarsaparllla cures catarrh, promptly and their own and nearby eountlee. II I* mainly
Get his latest book
absolutely. permanently, beeause it strikes iat'the offloe work oondueied at homa. Salary straight
and learn how to combat thU Insidious with brushing arrangement is attaohed root of tbe trouble. Suoo*year*ad expea e bnnaflde, uo-
014 Tlaser*. In such manner that the paste more,no lese salary. Monthly 7S. Reference*.
Medicine Co. The rich blood
disease. The Pe-rn-tua > pare wbioh'It makes, Hnelosaself-eililreeeed etanrpsd envelope. Her
So Cure-No Pay.OVr O. a Barton of Brownsville, Mo., Columbus, O., will mall Dr. llartman's ia applied automatically on tbe bade of circulating through the delicate pae- bert K. Hess, met., Uept.M,Chicago.

Th 8 U baa a' scythe snath that be has need every books free on application. *" " the paper, Tbe end of the wall paper ia sages pf the mnoous membrane,- soothes

s i lV druggists sell baying season for 45 years, and itla H. A. Seott, Burt, Tenn., writes: fixed at the,bottom of the wall, and tbe and-rebuilds the tlasnes, giving ithem aUndenoy ACTIVE SOLICITORS WASTTKn CVCRT-
in condition now. He also baa s> implement rises on the wall, and only to health Instead of disease, for"Taeatorvef that 1-hillppines."
good I feel thankful to Maker by Mar**H ltad, commissioned
very my needs to workman." sod ultimately earing the affections by the be set While
in and of wheels by one eminent a* pair
cart built 1809. a and great medicine that I, ant to the War Derwrtnent. -
your the
At time Hood's
Utter n ,ov e * Adults prefer built the same season, the tires of enred.' 1 would not be without Pe* the wall paper unrolls and,'provided strengthens,- Invigorate* and Sarsaparllla energlsea rtaa Fraotfsco. The boefc, on waa the written Paeifio In with 0neraJPMeF.

eatna| ; tonics.Price, 80o.t which have never been reset and do not re-na px the house.'' with paste, ia bald against toe wall anltio. the whole system and makee the debilitated rllt. la the hospitals at Honolulu,la lion* Ron*./

teed it While Mr. Barton was'telling Pe-ru-na has been curing catarrh for roller follows on the outside, victim'of catarrh feel that new life* In the Amerlaan with treurbss at Manila, r M Insurgent
Airulnaldo, th
t eampa en erk ef
.\2A TRCSTWOBTUTI this be was sitting on m little bench, forty years. It'plucks oat the'rootsof wb\ctt\ presses it firmly to tbe walL has been Imparted.Do .
JSS M !S.to * wbis!**** When the wall paper baa reached tbeop battle*l Ihe fall of Manila. Bonansa f
,tlr** 2Jh r""as. I --malnly toils over 100 years ago, such as the catarrh and builds people npw ,A1Idreggists not dally wlib snuffs, Inhalants .or Utlmfalet original, v a r nts.
*l, peaJi2l! *. ****** straight *uolrsmwd blacksmiths of that date used to ail upm -, sell It ( tbe workman pulls a eordV.whereby other local appllsattons.bot take Hood'eSarsaparllla plater** taken nvInaunuM K Mrrnbook.-.
nails. Vevr York it ia cut off from tbe roIL* Popular 8e*> and core catarrh i absolutely Credit
to straighten
U 'L7** Hf*** *..* ai a' free PerunaAlroanao and .
Ask any druggist for eacetlswa. surely by removing the cause*which book*
THbun year r Bids.,Ckleago.


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H* INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE.AWHILT + prosperity; but, still, we have had Gate City Chronicle, Nov. 18th. of Waveland, and Mr. Baker, of Alabama
such times before. Many people "It Is being suggested that Osceola were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Indian River Real Estate
extend also Mr, ,and Agency
Who have struggled hard some sortof public welcome to T.-Waters Sunday last;
JOUBRAI. DBVOTBD TO TBI DBTBIOrMBMT Judge Minor 8. Jones when he arrives Mrs. Ilebbert and Miss Williams, of
Or THE) IKDIAV B.IVBB, LAKBWOBTB difficulties, and who, no doubt, feel to hold his first term Ot court. It Is Jensen, were pleasant callers. ,
AID BIBOAVNB BA.Y SECTIONS. they deserve Success, are no better being proposed that the welcome take TITUSVILLE TLA.
financially than they were a year the form of a public dinner at the Hotel J. T. Waters was the first of our gardeners ,
Kissimmeeat to supply our market with snap
Address All communications to ago;* but matters might have been citizens of the county which the will representative be to beans. Mr. Waters takes great Interest
INDIAN BITER ADVOCATE, much worse.' Another summer has entertain the distingdisued guest. It Isa In his garden, and Informs us he will YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised in

Titusviixb, Florida. gone, andthrough the energy ofDr. splendid Idea and Is sure to ba adop have a'new crop of beans and other paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once tI!
W. Y. Porter and his stab? of ted.18th. -Klsslmmee Valley Gazette, Nov. vegetables to come off each week, dating this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.BQpv .

PUBLISHED KVIBY FBIDAT.Chablbs health officers, no fatal pestilence from last week. Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Whvyours.

has visited Florida, and the general The pavilion flag station which was ,
the F.E. .
Nov.Tibbals. bnilt at this place last spring by
Editor & Proprietor.Dinoontlnuance health of has been
Hw Waltok our people remarkably CRy., is much appreciated by our
good. In this alone we people and traveling publio in general.
of advts. must ba made personally consider Florida has been very Mr, Sawyer, of. this place, is, Invited Judging from the increase in number of SAYE MONEY And Buy From ****
at this offloe or by writing. fortunate, and her people have to hold services next Sunday even passengers getting on and oil each train. I IIt
ing at Jensen. to look after the convent
much to be thankful for. No doubt The lence always and pays comfort of the traveling public jiiiiiz:<* TJKS
11 Check,etc.may ba made payable to Chaki.esH. many, business men have felt the school at Wllldalo opened on as well as our freight and express ,
Monday, with Mrs. Hay, of Stuarts, as
Walton,publleh/ir and proprietor
depression in trade which has generally instructor.Mr business.Mr

prevailed throughout the cmd Mrs. Saeger and Master Rayfmond and Mrs. Harmer, of Waveland, Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits
fj. 8.Y>epnrtment of Agriculture United States; but, on the whole, of Ankona, were pleasant callers was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. W. II. ,
Weather Uurcau Jupiter, Fla. our East Coast people hare really in our town Sunday last. Harris last Sunday,' Mr. Harris has
been,the busiest man In town since his Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
not felt the pinch of, hard times Will Lence left here last week for return from.the north, beautifying and
The following is a comparative statement like the poor of- our big northern Jensen, where he Is engaged to assist Inputting making many Improvements on his already
of temperature and rainfall for the cities. We should be thankful f< r up several near buildings. elegant plantation.- During the Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills All kinds of insects; Harmless tobeast. nan or j jy
week ending Tuesday. Nov. 22, 1808, what we have received, for "a contented The growth of pineapples here during past week he has planted many orange, Only,sell for cash m the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
mind is a continual feast." the past' two weeks Is wonderful, and lemon, lime and a large collection, of
the prospect for a large and early crop tropical and sub-tropical trees and Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CHAS. .
was never better at this time of year.Capt. plants.Mr. .

FLORIDA'S VOTE. J. II. Andrews left here taut and Mrs. E. E. Peabodv returned
week for Eau Gallle to superintend repairs to their beautiful home here last week,
There may be democrats who being done on his sloop, Dixie, and after a two months' visit with their N. WELSHANS,
returned on Sunday .with Iter in first- northern friends and relatives. Their
downcast the result of the
are over class shape, many fi lends here are pleased to have
recent election, but we have not them back and to see them looking sowell.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.07 Inches seen them. All things considered, Miss Posey Taylor, Men's popular Mr. Peabody expressed himself as CEDENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Departure from normal rainfall for the the democrats made excellent school teacher, and Ned LeTourneau is being pleased with the progress and workmanship , ,
0.03 Inches. Departure an spending tills week with
week: minus Mrs. J. II. done on his schooner-yacht
from normal rainfall since January 1, showing, not only in Brevard county Andrews, of thisplace, while Mrs. LeTourneau which he Is having built here by Capt.E. HAIR AND LATH.
minus 18.21 Inches.J. but all over the United States.It Is enjoying Gala Week In Webster as foreman, and both owner **
W. Ckonk, Observer. looks to us, that reducing the Jacksonville. and builder have just cause to be proud
republican majority in the House Miss IiUla Parham and Mr. Harrison, of her when' completed. State Agent L'Phone & M. 3aints and Oils.

almost to the vanishing point, puts Old 8. )uJACKSONVILLE\ 13 Hogan Street,]
Next yenr If we mistake not the democrats in a better position

will be an "oiF year" In state politics to make a winning fight in' 1900, ; FLORIDA.
for no state oQicers, as far aswe Florida's vote at the recent election THE MAPESMANURES. Season 189899..-

know, will be elected in 1899. was about as follows :
They have been the Standard
Now let our people settle down to Sparkman (Dem.) -. , 08:11Gunby : .HAMMOND PACKING
business, and work for the benefit (Kep.) .:,. 1872 Fertilizers for 20t t . .
the East Coast. in Florida.
of Sparkman's majority ,.. .., . '7050 years
Davis (Dam.) .' ., ,11558 / (Formerly The Q. H.. Hammond Co.)
The well-written and attractive Anderson (Rep.) ,v ,. ...* 4038Davis' .
advertisements of a newspaper are OUR SPECIALTIES :
read a good deal more- than most majority. State ticket; I. ., ,17573
people think. The number of people Republican State ticket 4334 "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon|

who read them depends largely Fertilizers Are M 8d M Mapes. N "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
of the Democratic majority .13230
ad.on the Change general your appearance ad., if possible, They ll qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

once a month, so that it will catch COMING TO THE EAST COAST. The MapeS put the money In the.pookets of the growers. leaf lard.
the eye of the reader. Homemade lard."Peerless"
pure .
.<, The winter is nearly upon us, Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees.

A few down-river correspond, and we have been told by many Pineapples compound lard, sausages
ents have addressed the Advocate northern people' that more Immigrants Bananas Tobacco, etc. and all Packing Bouse Products.

as "the county paper," but we wish and tourists will come to What yOU Want Ate Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been FLORIDA
that there is the East Coast of this : Jacksonville
to remind them jio Florida season the Mapes.Agent In Florida over Twenty Tears.I ,

official county paper in Brevard. than for many years past. We I '' J3T" Write us for quotations, and will be pleased.
Each newspaper stands on its own hope such will be the case, for'it is have SOldi Millions' of. Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of / you

merits, and we merely fall In line safe to say that if expectations are Consumers all over the State.' .Of ''all these thousands not one single consumer

.with the rest doing our best for realized the Florida East Coast has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. 21 J

Brevard county and its people, < Railway will get a big share of the The best yields. TJW'best' keeping qualities. WATCHES CLOCKS
new-comers ; and the J., T h K.W. ,

Since 1831, the United States Railway and Indian River & The most reliable in drouths.

have had 21 wars with the Indians, Bay Biecayne- Inland Navigation Always the best prices in all the markets. . .. Jewelry Diamonds,!
costing the country over one hundred Steamboat Co. will also be in the ,

millions of dollars and the race, for they, also, are endeavoring Read the following. It covers all these points : Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.FINE'WATCH .!
lives of thousands of men. The to settle colonies upon their
"Obanob Park FlA.
August 27th; 1898.
two most costly of these little wars vast bodies of land. From many "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: and JEWELRY REPAW|
letters received at the Advocate
were the Seminole war In Florida, "Dear Sir: I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many iSlLVERVW6
in 1835-42, and the war with the office we glean there are numbers years with Indifferent success.. You have often tried to Induce me to use A SPECIALTY.
Cbeyennes and Araphoes, in 1865, of northern people who want to Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they
each of which cost the government come to the Erfst Coast to settle; cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
millions of dollars. but, owing to business stagnation, has me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouthr and my stuff / 225 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fu.|
forty always sold at once at the highest market prioe. I was especially fortun
have been unable'
to dispose of ate on watermelons. My'crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait
their northern property. Florida ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
is now on the up-grade ; and, with neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen WANTED !
our pineapple plantations and or. cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to.J ...
ten cents, and I Jim sure I shall profit hereafter by this
who have my
with Americans arrived year. lM
in '
run again 'bearing
we had
ange groves splendid sucoess, also, with Irish potatoes.
there without means of support care very little about the political "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE," Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswax

but In hopes of getting lucrative cry of "free silver" or "soundmoney. __ Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price,' analysis, and tes ,
employment. Scores of clerks ." The East Coast is undoubtediy timonials that will Interest you.. A full stock always on hand.;
and mechanics are said to be now "the cream of Florida," Tallow and Alligator Skins.
Several Asent,
.begging on the streets. and people are beginning to open
newspapers .warned them not to gothere. their eyes to that fact. TetolsLisoxi.'xrlllo, Fla.CLARK&.Jr And jrlll pay the hfghest Cash Frtces for them as follows :

Dry Flint Hides -. 15c, Otter Skins, good.;A 8.00to .
Dry Salted Hides 13c. OtterSklns, poor. .:, . . Mtoiaj
JUDGE MINOR S. JONES THE Green Salted Hides,. 08c. Coon Skinsgood. .. . H9J0 ?1
Great Bbitain certainly has a DANIEL. Dry flint deer skins. 18o.15o.. Coon Skins, poor . 03J lJi
motley lot of soldiers connected RIGHT MAN IN THE : Dry Salted deer skins, Goatskins .. ... .. O'40
> White wool, prime. 18c.
The latest RIGHT LACE. J0to
with her foreign army.
Black wool, prime. . .. 16o. 1-W
; skins
Alligator .7rft.
addition is 1,000 Chinese, who are Dealers in all Kinds of Burrywool
prime. .. <.. .8o to 12o. 6-ft. BJ
to serve under British officers atWeiIIaiWel What Volusl*. Omng* and Oeooola Counties 1WMJ8 WHX*#< ,, 23c' ft-ft... .
the recentlyacquired Think of Him.' Tallow .zomu "', '4-ft. .. 2?
British naval station on the The Advocate' strongly advocated Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry Ginseng root, per lb..', ,.'. $ 2.00Toung " 3-ft. 1'
very live alligators, 15c to 20c '
Jack on
of each Reference National bank, IJl'To
north coast Shang-Tung promontary. the appointment of Judge Jones to
the Circuit Judgeship and below GXXL / 055 St. those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get sU*
No doubt the British ; we give , otO.( Poplar MACON, GA. ed. I guarantee a just and liberal ored with your
classification. to be fa
clippings from the of sister Hoping
papers our
officers will make good soldiers of shipments,
I '
counties which show their appreciation am, yours truly, .
these Chinese. of him after a trial of his merits, W. B.i NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla.P.
and demonstrate that'the Advocatb
was right la Its judgment of him. CHESEBRO BROTHERS
The New Zealand Assembly recently *
Governor Bloxham, It la said, never Try a Sample o|
passed an old age pension makes a mistake In Important things, and E.No. .

bill.which applies to all indigent we congratulate the Governor on the ., WHOLESALE .. OUS $25.00HORSE
persons over 65 years old. The satisfaction this appointment is giving

pension amounts to $90 a year, or to the the circuit.press, the bar and thepeople of BAKER. FARXWIGOl

about $1.75 a week, and nobody QOMMISSON PlSH JEALEIiS
"This Is Judge Jones' first court since ,
who has an income of over $5 a his recent appointment to sucoeed the

week or property worth more than late Judge Broome. The Judge Is a typ 1 Fulton Wholesale raleDt Wbeel8 dUWe b 'hafU nd *"*
Fish Spr"B
Market, New York. Snndrtot'? X *
92,700 will be entitled to It. Twenty ical Southerner, a fine jurist, long a talented Bicycles,

years residence In this British state, practloloner a gentleman la of the easy courts approach of ,this exceedingly SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Blueflsh, Red Main and Church St3., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.McMURRAT. .

colony, and ten years exemplary democratlo tn bis manners,- 40 Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Bedhead 1ind Canvas-back Ducks. '
conduct are among the other qualifications years of age, and wherever he Is known Stencils promptly supplied. References'furnished#if desired.
the vagrant and drunk, he has strong Influential friends, lie Isa WILLIAM CLARKE. Sanitary
ard being thus shut off.THANKSGIVING. man popular with the people, a man
of keen penetrating' Judgment, quick
and prompt in his decisions, and in eveiclal CLARENCE B. MILLBR. HIIXER LOHeBOTHAM. Fine Gas Fiitnres Plamber Sheet
CtablLhod Ifttl. and. Gas Fitter Rgoflng
DAY. way is eminently fitted to wearthe Jud ,
robe of the 7th Judicial Circuit of '
Florida with honor to the bench and bar Iron work, pumps and drain pipe; bath tubs water closets -
Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day, of the state and credit'to himself. He S. Br MILLER & CO. ,

but how many were really thank, will make and the Impartial 7th Circuit Judge an, and able in, brtlLllant his- and wash stands.

ful for the many blessings showered hands.the rights of all litigants will be WHOLESALE
upon them during the year scrupulously guarded." Volusia County'Record 37 Forsyth St, near Laura St,
which is now drawing to a close ? Nov. !0th. COMMISSION FJSH DEALERS JACKSONVILLE, f \
dissatisfied because they 'Judge Welborn, who attended oourtat ,
Many are DeLand this week, speaks In the No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New Tork.
have not made enough money; highest terms, ol-the spirit of fairness
while others feel the same way be* and agreeableness on the bench displayed
Special attention given to the sale of
Pompano, Spanish
by Judge Minor'S. Jones.
cause they have been unable to pay His-quick '
dispatch of business and ready decision Mackerel,,Blue Fish, etK of aLl kinds
their debts enough to "keep
get on point* submitted to him were a> sur-1 REFERENCES> Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer Executed at the
the wolf from the door.The past rise even to his friends, and stamps I Iitn In the United States.BJT .
year has not been noted for its at once as an admirable Judge." I Stencils furnished on application. ADVOCATE PR'lNTINGh OFFICE.
Ask any druggist for a free PeWna Ahnanae for'the year 1809.

F.l'' ''lMhd Lfry


1 are now their home Ballard
occupying on

I H.street.I Weber. and family, of Toledo, O., .FE RTILIZE RS

have arrived, and are again at their
home on San Marco avenue. Z1. .

Benjamin MoLay, of lie) Fifth cavalry, V I {'!
who has been confined at Fort Marion asa

prisoner for some time, has been dis

taking Powder discharged. I mifi

C. N. Ruthven has leased the Anderson
cottage on Seville street for the

from season, and is now oooupying it, together
Blade pure with her daughter.Mr. .

of tartar.feguards .
cream and Mrs. William Deerlng and

Miss Deeiing, of Chicago, have arrived

the food for the season, and are occupying their
beautiful home on the bay.
SQy Before buying the following Materials lie sure and apply tous
alum Postmaster II. J. Ritchie has been app Price $25.00.GUARANTEED .

against rinted by the Civil Service Commission ANALYSIS for prices; and we will prove to you we can save you money,,
us chairman of the board for the customhouse :

tic the greatest service of this district.Mrs. Moisture I..., .( 8 to 10ft '. STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, I!
i fufcine Ammonia. ... to 6 '
Tto health of the present day.I A. N. Maxwell has anived here Kiial| to Sulphate of Ammonia..v..... 20 to 2ftB BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
from her home Available Phosphoric Acid to B
in Kentucky and Is
IWIMaWWMffflfti""* located in her hiH K<|ual to Hone t'hosphate of Lime,, ., II to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OB" SODA,
again cottage, opposite Potash K3 O 6 to 8Kqiial
the Ponce de Leon, for the season. to Sulphate of Potash.i 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA,' TOBACCO STEMS,
Magnesia, lime, Soda, eto. > ' M to 00sy
Street Commissioner P. Boylan has TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, ft. -
had a force of men at work repavlng .Write for Special Pamphlet. vy
Key West.j Fort street with shell. The street and COTTON SEED JlULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

lane committee is in charge of this im Special Mixtures compounded' with machinery at, very loW o

Slieft, ot Now Yo k, has been art provement.Chailes prices. 1
Went.Ir Byrnes, who is in charge of
of Hotel Key the links of the St. Augustine Golf Club, Please Correspond.' with, us "before being induced, to buy from Dealers. > Send for
wife on
BonJ. Oury and has men at woik upon the new links,
Miami a few clays ago from a visit to and will soon have them in pnrfeot con hi Pamphlet.

East Coast.ulteanumberof. the gambleis susded dition. \ LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

( session ot The North City school, No. 8, In PIMelbourne.
[ business during phe charge of Miss Watkins, Is proving one
criminal court.0dge of the most popular and efficient in the

J. W. Locke, Judge of the city. This school began the session with
itbern Dlstilct of Floitda, has arrived less than .foity pupils, and now has
e to bold the December term ofr eighty on the roll of five grades.

'tbe Proprietor G. C. Howe of the Bucking leather. Samples Mailed Free to your Address

V. S. auxiliary warship Scorpion, ham has returned from his busines tilp There watf a dance at the Al Fresco upon application.
ich arrived fiom Cuba a few days ago, south, and will now look after the openIng hotel on Thanksgiving Day. A good attendance
,IU |n port. Several' torpedo boats, of bis house In this city. PArtlculatsof OOODK OOODK. Real Estate and l*>ans.Airent is reported.Mr. .

are Infoimed, aie expected'to arrive his tiip were given in last week's Ad Ololie,for anil Aitna Imperial, London Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Special and and Mrs. Filnk and family and .COHEN

irtly.be vocate.Sergt.. attention. paid to the interests ot non resi A. Mosie left on Monday's train for Jack BROTHERS.

case of the United StateB.vs. Geo.ith . King Gibbs and Corporal Pitch- dents.WHEN1 sonville. We hope they will enjoy the . .

for assault with attempt to ranr, fold have teturned from Tallahassee. Gala Week.
baa been transfeired to Jacksonville They will not be mustered out until the YOIT GO TO MELBOURNE call at the
ltauntr, Mrs. Chas ,T. F. Camphell A Co., Millinery The mothers In Jensen are anxious to
Locke.borons 1st of December and will have to return
Judge Notions, Dry Goods, Ladles' readymnde know whether the dilver of the southbound
to the capital on that date to receive and Undorwear, Ferris' Ronowneil Goods House
[ Cnssldv, of Kev Largo, recentirrlved their discharge papers.As Corsots woven,et ., embroidery and colored sllksy freight train Is obliged to advertise Popular Dry -
on the City of Key West. Mr.jsldy souvenir spouns,Stationery,eto.HOTFL his arrival In such a very noisy manner ,
Is a large and successful planter Few children can sleep through
bis neighborhood, and reports the Lotus.W. the ear-piercing shrieks of the engine..
x .
pi in good condition.onard Lovely view of Indian River. In a sheltered JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Kusseil recently shot Le Roy situation. Superior aoooinmodatlons. Moderate \ ,
Blsbee and wife called at C. D.Provost's Courtenay.
with loaded refer. rates.VT.
while a
rrea playing R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.
Fortunately he only grazed his Sunday.Mr. ,

ill. Previous to shooting Torres, the and Mrs. Schuyler, of Indianola, MfssM. C. Sams la spending a few
to] was mapped at the mouth of one was seen In town Sunday, vMessrs. HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, TLA., days with relatives in Cocoa.Supt. .
ibe boys, but It did not go off.lews. overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike aoooin*
Kelly and"Hoisten, of Banyan, modatlons and good board. Rates $I.B0.per John H. Sams is Inspecting the
Mason Moreno and Chas. Cur- called on the merchants Monday.T. day or (6.00 of to room.(7.00 per Hparlal week rates, according to Klverpeople. toaooatlon publlo schools down the river this week. The Largest Dry Goods

have received their letters-patent for CHAS.T. McHRIUE,
wuliarly constructed letter and packibox G. Ronald spent Saturday arid- Sunday Proprietor.Mr. Our orange growers are busy, packing

which are not only to be placed in Titusvllle.E. and shipping oranges.F. .

ibe street corners for the aooommoda- W. Provost and L. D. Hancock called Sam Martin is building a new sailboat L. Whitlock, C. T. Ilarper and II.n. Store in the-State.
n of the public, but are to be Used asmyance. at Mrs. Green'*Sunday afternoon. to run the coming season; and ho Jenkins are shipping snap beans.Messrs. .
for all kinds of mail matter
m one postoffice to another- The Miss Cora Brown went to Cocoa Saturday builds a good one.Mrs. Capehart and Beat, of Sliarpes, ion

del for these boxes has been examined to see her sister who Is vory ill.Geo . Bean, of Atlanta, Oa., is pleasantly were hunting a couple of days here last

skilled mechanics who pronounce itbe Gardner, of LaOrange, spent located in the Snedeker cottage for week. '

by far, the best thing of the kind Friday night with C. D. Provost.Chas. the winter.' T. S. Sanders, Miss Jessie Sanders and
r patented, and the owners of the mother also J. F. Mitchell all of Indianola "
Mrs. Clara D. Maclean, of Atlanta, was
has the Are Good
ent will undoubtedly receive a handle D. Provost purchased now offering Extraordinary
of on the Ilarn place atTropic. the guest of Mr. and Mrs, John Goode were calling here last Sunday.MfsA. .
remuneration from the Governnt crop oranges
this week.Mr. A. Hollinqulst and the Misses
for tba use of their invention. .
Win, Bisbee, S. A. Osteon and J. N.Chalker . Williams and family, from School, Celll* and Addle Sam's, took In the Gala Yalues -Fashionablo
Illinois; arrived here last week and are Week excursion to Jacksonville.E. .

an advertising medium, no ,, spent aeveial home in Brantley now living in. the Braog cottage.A P. Porcher, of Cocoa and W. 8.Norwood .
paper on the Bast Coast can beat the Sunday ,
of friends a .pleas and son, of Titusvllle, were In Silks Dress Goods and
Advocatk. Give us a tilal advt., J. D. Ennis and the Misses Stewart, Jolly party spent
nd be convinced of the pink papej'surth. of LaGrange, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, ant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. town awhile Inst Sunday.It ,
D. Lockwood last Monday.Mr. .
J. M. Ennis.Geo. seems like our' school teacher will
Ebersol and family, who have never arilve. Perhaps we will get a
Pitzer, representing Uedmann fcCo. '
spent the past 24 months in PostmasterGoode's summer sohool, while there are no mos
Miami.I ., of Jacksonville, called on the merchant
house at Fountafn Heights, left quitoes. 'Trimmings.
first of the week.H. .
here last Sunday for Jacksonville.Rev. >

I large number of Miami's citizens at- A. nodges, of Buffalo Bluff, was n. M. Topper and wife,are again Eau Gallic.Remember rQLJP
orders from C.D.. Provost for
Jed GaU Week at Jacksonville.Ion. taking material on Friday.L. the guests of their daughter, Mrs. E.< W. AH ord r filled tame day as rooelved, ,.
Fredeilck S. Morse' has returned Butler, arriving here last week. We are
Illness prevented Mrs. Capt. '
his Jacksonville and St. Augustine D. Hancock and C. D. Provost left pleased to welcome these pleasant people pending Thanksgiving at Cocoa Mclntyre, Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent.
n on Tuesday's train for Jacksonville. baok.Mr. .
They will take In the Gala week. Agent Watts Is off on a short vacation, Address
chased a fine hearse from the manuhirers. Walter Gilbert, of Eau Gallle, was arrived here last week and are now.comfortably COHEN BROTHERS,
shaking hands with griends one day last located in one ot the Phillips
week. Come again, Walter, we are always oottages on the bluff for the season. The F. E. C. R'y bridge gang are locatedhere Popular Dry,Goods House,
W. Glidewell's new hotel and res- pleased to see you. this week, doing work In the
The Misses of Lowell Mass* JACKSONVILLE FLA.
nut building on avenue D, .opposite Coggins, >vicinity. " ,
the arriva's' In town last
Hotel Miami, Is nearlng completion. were among
week. They were the guests of notel Mrs. Albert Bennett sent a box of
lie Florida last Coast Railway has Carleton, and we are delighted to learn Thanksgiving dainties to the boys at
making many improvements on the that they are so well pleased that they school at Lake City, which were no

'Hon.lr.and"mis. at the wharf at the terminal Small showers last week, thankfully intend to spend the winter with us. doubt highly appreciated. i i i

received. Miss Gladys Wells writes to friends The Gilbert residence and adjoining MANUFACTURER OF -

Mrs. John J. Hefty anddaugh, The click, click of the bean planter- here- that she-expects to leave New cottages are about to receive a new ooatof
> I Indianapolis, Ind., have arrived. be heard day. York In company with Prof. Harry Winters paint, J. L. narrison doing the work.Rumpr .
now every
"7"111 spend the winter, and if they can and her brother's, Messerrc Stanford has It that Mr. Gilbert will build Umbrellas and Parasols.

Mnue to like the country will make Horace Sams returned from Courtenayon and Prescot, about the 80th, Mr. two more oottages shortly.Capt. .
"ml their future home. They are Sunday. and Mrs. Wells coming later as Mrs.
*of the notel Blscayno. Wells has been very ill, but we are Nesbltt gave an excursion toOoeanus and
Ducks have ceased to bo-a luxury; all Repairing Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed.
learn she Is fast Tuesday) on the steamer Spartan
|torn Corell, one of Miami's llvery- sorts are being taken* from teal to can strength.pleased to gaining in honor of Archdeacon and Mrs.B. ]> 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

who joined the Seventh Army vas-back. F. Brown, proceeds of the sale of
T> i Is home from Savannah on'a furW The club met at notel Carlton
donated to St. John's
Messrs. Pitzer and &cott,'representing ticket* being guild.
arranging his business for the last Friday evening. Roll call. Personal Bermuda Onion
''w. Mr. Ooiell will accompany the wholesale houses in Jacksonville, were recollections of a notable city- Mrs. St. Clair met with quite a serious .
'J to Havana in Banyan last week.J. accident one day last week failing while ,
as chief surgeon.B. answered as follows: Mrs. Frank Fee, ,
Gibson, who spent last winter A. and W. B. Gilbert and 'Mr. Randall New York city; Miss Llllle Robertson, going about her kitchen, breaking her WHITE AND RED, genuine Tennerlffe stock, f J.50 per'lb.
has spent a day in Banyan last week. Chattanooga, Tenn.; Miss Jessie Goode, wrist. She visited Dr. Hih1ett Wednesday
Texas Oats .
returned, and is pleasantly ]ot who attended to the Rust-proof % Oo<). per bus. '
Melbourne Fla. Mrs..Lv D. Lockwood
the Hotel Miami. Wb *r h bis Washington, D. C; Mrs. Bowyer, San f.
purchased valuable trees on property
,nV J ? the northern portion some of the budded. orange Antonia, Tex.; Mrs. R. W, Goode, Glasgow Brown held services atSt. Georgia Rye. ., %. . .. ., 1.30 per bus.

" ' to Joe Improved 'duringJ here.W Scotland; Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Ottowa .John's church.'last Sunday. Mrs. Florida nye , .' , . , o.no per ous.
into J. Ragan Is adding,another'100 Canada; Miss Tupper, Colorado Brown accompanied the archdeacon, and
*last trees' to his grove.Chas. Springs; Dr. Peek,*Baitmore) Md. Life spent the week very pleasantly, becoming Full Stock of- Field and Garden Seeds.L. .
J of the machinery for the new D. Provost and G. Frink were of Dickens Mrs. Geo. Brown, Reading acquainted with St. John's' parish-
Si.gL.taton, * > transported Mrs. L. D. Lockwood; Criticism of oners.AsstGen'l. CAMERON. Seedsman,
Zpri! K' four mlI "est of the city.n down our way recently.Mrs. Dickens Works Mrs. Fee; Duet Mrs.C. 126 East Bay St.
Daniel Cosgrove has a large R. B. Stewart and children, ofBrantley Campbell and Miss Robertson; Reading Freight Agent Kealthofer. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
oi men at work and will complete were visiting here Sunday.Emmlt from Dickens Miss Miller illustrated and TravelingFreight Agent Buie, of 5EKatabtl.had
f Du"ln In the mammoth by tableaux. the F. E. C. R'y, were In town last Sunday 170.At .
bni""o few days.J Field came down In' hi* and Monday, in the interest of their
cart last week, behind a progency ofBahama road. .The launch Eau Oallle carried
J"several fish companies located saddle horse. that the Ixdiait -RiverAdvocatk them to Titusvllle, stopping at MerrltUIsland' -.CHARLES R. TYSEN..
mak ng great for does all kinds of Job printing
preparations Brown of Titusvllle, now ha* points en route.Kndeavor ,
winter s business.. One firm sent Banker trees on his place here.Geo. at short notice. 8end them an order (Successor to The J. B. Tysen Co>)
nty-lva, barrel* of Spanish3hL out 2,325 orange has and be convinced that It la the place to

?i nlght- Every day they B.of the Gardner setting, of of the LaGrange grove.Dr. have job printing done.Jensen.. rs Att ntloW. Ton can SAVEGOOD MONET by sending to me tor quotations on
S n T boat* to their already charge

St !? Mlaml Hw present* ati O. W. Holme* was In Banyan on Daytona, Florida, on December 2.
rft' the entire northern shore Saturday,attending a sick child. Whooping 3, 4 and 6th, the Volusia and Brevard Grain, Hay, Rice, Heal,' Straw, Cotton Seed HallsT and
with boats. cough is "whooping up" in Tropic District Union ot Christian Endeavor,

riber Mr*. J. T. Snell and family, J.'T.J.R. R. D. noke is a Hobo Sound, helping session will hold will their be annual filled with convention.practical The and Feed of all Kindi.. '*** ,

.tSl ,your attention I* drawn Stewart and family, T. A. Campbell, Mr, Snider with bis launch.We helpful papers and dlseussionst spiritual
iri '"*,MUta "P and J. Joyner, of Tropic, were *
pasted nponSt. Carter and uplifting addresses and sermons and )
In Banyan last week. ball with Joy the re-appearance of enthnslaatlo Endeavor Yonr POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Heat and Bone, Oravel, Cracked *
songs. *
Biles with the pompano. It is certainly the king the Bone, etc., eto.
Warner and Trux presence is desired by Daytona Endeavorers. -
.ail George an d row boat, heavilr loaded with of fish. The F. E. C. Ry., will sell WHEAT, RVE, Graham Flour*, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereals,

Augustine. green pfnewood, *wamped In the middle The town hall Is going up slowly. ItIs tickets on Deo. 1, 2 and 3, at one fare for Buckwheat, te.. Grits, Heal and Bacon.
were rescued by that It will be finished before the round trip. Can afford to> stay x '
of Indian River. They hoped yon FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Add Phosphate, eto. Tobaooo / '1
Lee, Gilbert Bros., and H. Christmas.Mr. aweyf No, then write to) Miss Evelyn
the Lizzie lnthe Pond Lily.. E. Clark, Daytona, Ela., and tell her yon Stems, Tobaooo Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, ate. /;
* Worth*1"1 "* * ?n JrfPPMa Sam*, Bonker* and son have returned to, are earning. For further information apply INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Bine Stone, London Purple, Flou

but are,short we believe at, home.only Intending to the District Secretary, J. R. Ly Sulphur, Bl-solphlde of Carbon, Caastlo Soda, eto. .
make a stay
S. T>. CRABB aesps a sntcUM Moon. WtoN.tM man, Melbourne, Fla. BUILDING MATERIALS.
bhlkkiM. Drsadr ram. Imported Jensenare Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs.
* hM "turned from Phil- TheInhabitants of very '
of their shell road. They would Never fail to-read oar'Inside pages.Tou Hair. Shingles, Lath, ete. \

'"and uN v -. e more so if It was raked or rolled, asit will always find something to interest I MAKE A .SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will /urnl.h yon' With. '

* MrivaU SSSS. T -CCooo FW is a.source of destruction to shoe yon. freight rates to yonr place.
for the winter, and

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out and rub off the polished wood floor The' Trunk
and bard finished wall with a soft oloth.

Drat Varieties to Grow For Bloom a)* Any woman'who has straggled to move ,

Christmas."Bulbs an unwieldy flour barrel,when cleaning

toNbs brought into bloom by the plaoe in which it stands will recognize Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway

the convenience of this devioa The
Christmas should be potted la October
anil as early in thd month as possible.Glve clamps may be obtained from large JOSEPH H; DUEKEE, Receiver.No. .

them a compost of equal ports of hardware dealer*

loam and old well rotted manure mixed In Effect June 8, 8.Lv. KORTlT"TllOam
.- 209. No. 87 No.23 >o. 7 T No 3j45 -
thoroughly. Narcissuses, byaointhi and LocalMixed 1040 p ...JACKSONVILLE...J p mSIDpni
XulipB require the same soil and the- Suit Md Dinner Jacket Tho UlOpU88p 830 aio ..'....Orange Park.,...,, 6 62 am813am
..........,.1'eorla ,,
same treatment. These are the only Skirt, Tie, Shoes, Gloves, Kte. Tu and, Th.Sate 'dia ...Magnolia 5 61 pm5Mpm

bulbs I would advise tbe amateur to attempt Man is not allowed tbe amount of individuality lt40p 10 Jl* .....Green v* Springs. .. sooam500am
11 OUtt ,< ..Paiatita....... ,. 6
45a 12 40 a 00pm8s3pm
to stow.for Christmas use, lays in the matter of dress that a Satsuma..,.,.,,'.,.
J3ben E. Bozford iu The Radios' Home woman enjoys. Tho' personal likes and Pomona..,,...; ,

Journal, from which the following, with dislikes of tho man who aspires to good 5 4 48 28 a a 152 a225a 11 12 0lp 90a '...'..Crescent Seville City Junction.;.. 854am333am 8 M pm 127lp

illnntration, is taken: form must give way to well defined 638 a 12 3Vpl .......DoLeon Spring...,.. 2 40am 2 68pm2iiBpm 10 II Ml
bulbs four ''' ....a Glenwood Up
If you plant your singly, standards established by custom. This '"iYop 2 40 a o l p ...........ltoresford...,.,.. 23a ni
inch pots will be largo enough for them is particularly true of dress for social .."' ... ... 1 ; !' ;} ..,. { 2 10 pm266pm
In six inch pots you can put two bulbs, functions that fake place after sunset sot s 12 40|>
4 'iiw a \ Upt2 ......Orange City Juno...., 2 li'am 224pm "
(and In seven inch ones four may easily about whioh the Dew York Herald prej, 38p 4H|> .ICnterprlse .,. ..... lWpmiioaoam tiipllis
sents tbe following timely information j ,.v. 4 55p Ar .....TITUSVlLLfii .*. Lv
8 4'ip .{ Mt. Dora
The evening dress coat will be made 4 0llp ..........TavaresAr. '
of a fine worsted of tho undressed variety. oooa 830 a 1 45|> Sanford ...LvOrlando. 1 40am 1 80pm pl
4 35 a 8 OOp ..., 12 01 p m 12 10pm
The lapels may be two. The"peaked" 5 10 a 4 5K|> .........Lakeland..Bartow. .,. 9 15 pm 10 25pm
style is the more popular With conservative 837 aHo 8 WP /.. ..,, 6 15 pm 6 36 am
10 at 11 10|> Ar Punta Gorda Lv 825pm787pm 11010 pm805am
men. The shawl collar ia the 8 '.Tampa
880 p Mp
favorite with tbe yo'ung fellows. Tbeooats 750 a ..,,.Tampa Hay Hotel '
I I.Finest 8 30 aTu. 8 45p Ar...... Port Tampa.......Lv 7 oil pin 836amlMon.Tliur&Rati
made fit the without RATES
are to body SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW ., TliurA SatSun.Wed&Frl 8 (Hip La..Port Tampa Ar 230pm800pm
a wrinkle. Tbe sleeves are shaped totbe 2.OOp Ar./.Key "We.t..LvAr. Sun.Wed & Frl.
and New York. .>.. ../.'Havana.Lv
arm, and the tails reaoh to the back Cui.lne and Service. No Transfer between Jaokaonvllle
of tbe knees and are cut quite square The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I"Comanche"

at the bottom. Tbe "peaked" lapels are . "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherolee," "Seminole.NorthBound. Train Dally leaving, t Daily Jacksonville except Sunday 8:12 a.,m.tMon.arrives,'Wed.endFrl.Gainesville 109 p. m., Ooala 2:00", in. .i W
faced with silk to tbe buttonholes, while 8:45: p. m.Rrooksvllle 6:66: p.m. dally. / |
Train. 1 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can between Clnclnnntl and lfcmi
tbe shawl lapel is faced with silk to tbeedge.
Steamers are appointed to sail according-the tide. . --,___._- and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of iimweumn '
The waistcoat, if of the lama material Union Station,Jacksonville,at 8 p. m.

as the ooat, should be out single aid' .INDIAN' RrVTKR SERVICE!.
Frol Charleston paper.
breasted, closing with fonr buttons and ofsaUtagss. "ClydeLine"Scheduleor Jacksonville Indian River Steamers leave Titusvllle 6:00: a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St. Lucls viand
SouthBound.oj intermediate landings; returning arrive Titusvllle Wednesdays and Saturdays.corn
having a narrow shawl collar. If the with northbound trains. S]

waistcoat is made of white, pique, mart W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY.
tellies or fancy silk, it should be cut ? "on NVttkKFKA.caIll; ( BatCharle.ton). Mondays. Wednesday, and Friday.. General Superintendent. General Passenger Asm

double breasted. The trousers are always Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

made of the same material as thoooat (Carting at Charleston, 8. C, both ways)

For wear at*stag dinners or about tho Jacksonville are "STRAMURS"kppoi to.all a.follow,i From Lewis'Wharf i Boston, Florida East Coast Ry.TlilX
From foot of Hoiran Street, ,
NAncissus nonsriELDi.be FRIDAYS.Clyde's .
club the dinner jacket will be the proper THURSDAYS. .

accommodated. Tulips and narols- thing. These dinner jackets are merely TABLK NO. IS. IN ErrEOT MAY 16, 180S.JOTJTH .
Buses should be just covered with earth."The formal saok ooats. They are made of ablaok St. Johns River Line.
should bo about half its
hyacinth worsted and have silk faced
*.Elver. BOUND llUad Dawn). NORTH BOUND (Bm Cs|.
depth in soil. "I sbawl collars. The waistcoat and trousers Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford,Knterpri.e, Fla.and Intermediate landing,on the St.John
Water well at tbe time of potting, Tlie elegant Bldewbeel Steamer NoB4 New STATIONS. NoTlilf BLV..a.
are always made of the same material "
and then put tbe pots away in a plaoe tbe ooat. ' "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE. Dally Daily gjjfuvWU

that is dark and cool and leave them as CAPT. W. A. SHAW. .............. ...Jaokseavllle...... .Ar
The shirt for wear with evening dress SlOp 10 BUa At*....... ... ..., ....St.Ansasttae...... ,..Lv.Ar 8ip IStTIOpTJS
there until they form roots. This part anit or with the dinner jacket will be Leave Jacksonville IT'*!**" ? Tuesday, andThursday.3SO P m Slip 10 86a Lv................ ...St. Anguatlne...... ISOp
is and ,Vednesuays and Friday. 9:00 a m 11ICaITTEa g""""- 4
of tbe treatment very Important, made of plain 'white linen, showing Mondays Inillliiinr HPalatkat: LvTv ytp
BOltelD, S5p Afiiiiiati )
those who ignore it will be pretty aura two studs in the waistcoat opening. The SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH Read 12 10 46artTSp VTtlfllT IITI'llfTTSS ....... .Palatka, SWp lu>
to make a failure of bulb growing sotut shirts may be made opening in front, Read down. op. TTXp Ar.......... ...,. Haa Afaiee., .ArXt laopTSSp
Arrive 2.00 a. m. 7 JO. .. ..Baa Mates ,
LT liiiini
.... Jacksonville. S20p
' as flowers are concerned. with a straight standing poke collar Leave" 8.30 8.45 p.m.m. PalatkaAstor. Leave 8.00 p. m, no, CvT TasrTalatk ;:J.:i ., Arv

The Roman hyacinth is muoh prefer* and round cornered link cuffs attached.Tho 8.00 p.a. m. ........ 2.30 p. m. HUB loop aa.....OrmOUd., aaaaaaaaa.a.a.... 8 0lp! 111.tra.
sble to tbe ordinary sort, as it throws beat shirt for full dress is'thatl 4.80 a. m. ..>.. St. Franci..... 12.00 1.00 p.a. m m. 8 Sip nip ...... DsjrloBfc ., ,., , 2S2Dlp *
... Orange.
m. .... Beresford. tOSp lWp lis
up several spikes from each bulb, Its s oo a.a. ra. .....Blue Spring.... 11.00ooa.ni a. m., fS6p IMs ...New Smyrna..., 2 2up (iuBKTWEKN
flowers are mora graoeful, and it Isinore Arrive 8.30 a. m. HanfordEnterprlBe. 930 a. mGert'l 2 21osn. .Oak Hill iuv
Tiruavllta ,
'p lH4p
likely to bloom.Tbe 9.25 8 8.>p . Ol'y rolal .,, i.8.ip
best tulips for forcing are the Passenger and Ticket Office, 2Q4 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.Jho.L. 8 4bp aaaa. CoCOa ...,,. .,...V U22p1218D
8 47p A ..Ronkledre ,
SEFEv 18p ' s 1145sllUfia
The best narcissus is tbe golden yellow Howard.Foot Hoiran Saperlntendent.St. ..', 20* 8t 4 28p ...Melbourne.,,,.,,,,..,.,,.,. t.,
...... Sebastian
FLA."W. 6 12p M. 10 so.
sort,) with a cup of creamy white.So JACKSONVILLE. KOElt' T. M., eoip .......Ht. Luele.,a..,,.,,.., 5s9V
H.'WARBURTOV. T. P. A., THKO. cr. ,
not bring these bulbs to the window A20p Fort Pleree <*
8 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. .... 9 40p ........ E4n.., ......,.,...,.,.,., 91 a
until they have made strong root growth P. CLYDK CO., General Agent.. ....t. 8 64p ........Jensen ......aa.,*,,,,,"..,.,, tut.
or your hopes for Christmas flowers S Bowling Green,New York, IS So. Uelaware Ave.,Philadelphia. 7 06p ........ BtUaTl a.., ........a.,.. ., 65.
riiap .riobe Sound .., 8.1*
will be doomed to disappointment.Do 7 Sip ..................v 4iWU! JoP' er 807.
not bring the bulbs into the BOp ...w............... ..West Palm Beach .'.,, 7 3J.IV..
which l Ss SUhsSsM ,_ STEAMSHIP LINE.r&sMtt 9 OOp ...a............... ,, Linton.., .
-warmth and light of tbe room in MALLORY dp ...............a... ...Fort Laad.rdale...> * ## 14.
they are to grow until the soil In the 10 Kp ................... .....Lemon City 5 UK.
;pot la well I filled with roots. Watoh 10 BOp Ar. Miami... Lv Sua

;your bulbs well and keep the soil moist, Florida, New York. MKW SMYRNA ANp OKANUK CITY JUNCTION.JToTeTTeTT .

but never wet When you bring them Philadelphia and Boston.. T5TaTJCFsTAr. No. 2 So. 1TU5p

out of the dark, do not plaoe them in From Brnnawlek, (via Port Royal,S. C.,)to New York. 8 26p ioloaHSfta -.New Smyrna.. .. ...Ar.Lv
soap LakeH.l.a 12 40p
Coo warm a room, and when they bloom PASSENGER, SERVICE. 8 SOp HMpliiop .. .Orant* City
keep them in a oool, place or they ywill.not To make connection,with.teamen leave Jacksonville Ion IBe. .Orange Pity Jonntlon. UffipAll

. last long. Thursday Cumberland atB:00p.Route m.teamen, via Kernanillna at Kernamllna,clone conneotlon for Brunswick.wltu trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junotlon Dally except Sunday.

Eve/fate 7T Supper will be served Immediately on leaving Fernandlna.Paesenirers .
Separate Waists. .go at ouoe on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

""Separate waists are possibly going TBS CORRECT THINGS. Tee steamship City ef Key West of the Florida'TCaet Coast Steamship Company lssws
cut of fashion Harper's Bazar, Miami for Key West en Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from J -
says known as.tbe coat shirt. This opens all PROPOSED SAILINGS eonvllle, making connection,at Key West with steamen for Havana. Laavs Key Wat IS)
"and yet they must bo included in atrousseau. the down tbe front and be (etandard time) on Tnesdaya, Thursdays and Satnrdavs,arriving Miami a.xl moraUf
.. For winter it is best to have .way may Lr.New York,Pier 21B. R.,8 K>0p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. tea. e eeaaeol with north bound train.These .
put on like a ooat. Tbe bosom of tho
one of light flannel, one of satin and full dress shirt should be cut wide. Friday, Nov.4.... ....RIO GRANDE ...Friday, Nov." 11 Time Tablee.hew the stntee at which train,and boat,maybe expeated to srrlv..i4
of silk. should be trimmed very rrlday 11., .STATE OF TEXAS.... ...Friday, 18 depart from the several stations and ports, bnt their arrival er departun at ths tlnal
0110 They This l pecessary owing to the faot that Friday, 18.. ....UK) GRANDE ... i, ...Friday, 25 stated la net guaranteed,nor does the Oampeay held Itself responsible tor any delay or uyeu.sqneaoae
with laoe or embroidery or else worn waiatooats have a U shaped opening Friday, 35... .BTA fE OF TEXAS ...Friday,, Deo.% arising therefroaa*
-with toft ties, for tbe stiff tailor 'lookis For general Information,.teamen,train..rates, eto.,apply to any railroad agent or to For eepyeflocal time sard call St SJ8 Wset Bay Street, Jacksonville,er address
considered smart although and consequently a narrow bosom would A. p. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jackaonvllle.H. J.r.MCn.Wii-H, Traffla Msvager. j. u. HAHNXB, A O.P. A.
no longer bulge oat. In tho shirt wear small pearl .Hi RAYMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.C. Bs. Aaga.Mae.iJSjh .
the waists do not blouse asmuoh buttons for full dress and small dull .H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. BJjerj-and awl Broadway,N.Y.

as they did and are generally finished gold buttons for stagaffairs..

made with a fitted and boned lining tolve The link buttons for the ouffs for full

a more trim appearance. Under dress may be of white enamel or mother
the head of separate waists are to be Florida Central -and Peninsular Railroad.
of pearl, while for stag affairs tbe ordinary
classed the coats and short jackets of gold links will da. Tho tie for Southern.

silk and satin. These are almost always full dress will be made of white brllllantlrae New Florida and Northern Air Line ami Florida Trunk Line. *.

made in blaok and are very becoming. and will be out with 'broad ends Time Table In Effect July 6, 1808.
They are fitted to- the figure, but have and rather small center.When tied, it Railway

loose fronts, in some instances opening will give the butterfly effeoC For wear

over tight fitting waistcoats that are with the dinner Jacket a blaok silk tie NORTHERN POINTS.Lv. B

most elaborately embroidered or again of the same shape as that described for 68

.are made of lace ruffles." full dress will be the proper thing. ..Jacksonville.,.ArLv 8 15a 9 25p 0 40a
.. 8 40 8 50a7rBa
Yulee. .ArAr. 8 4ila |)
A Kitchen Convenience. The fnll dress glove will be of a light ...Fernantllna. .LvAr. T55aTOBa TIlOp M03T EXOELLENT 8ERVI0E 'OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.hfQRTHj .
pear] shade, with deep or black stitching .... Everett ArAr. 6 45p 30aBr
The family flour barrel is often an ... Brunswick. ,.LvAr..Savannah. 5 40p
For in the
the back. street
unsightly object in kitchen or pantry, on wear ....LvLr. 5 20a 4 47p EAST. WE5T.THHOUOH .
there is a heavy white goatskin glove, .,. Savannah .. ..ArAr. 510aSlla 9 30a 4 40p
sand if a small closet is constructed for which is as well as comfortable. Fairfax, 8. C.Lv 5 3iia400a 2 2lp134p
it is often unhandy for the breadtusker. proper ' ..Denmark, SO 2 24a
very With full dress patent leather shoes ..AujruHta, Ga 5 211a1153a FDZXMAIT DRAvTlK-O ROOK CARS. DININO CABS,
in the
Tho shown ii'47a
arrangement Columbia.S.C.
with kid buttoned tops are worn, except
out is reoommended by The Rural New Bpartanburir, SO" 5 nop THOROTJOH7ABX COACHES, VE3TIBTJI.ED TBAIN3.
at dances, when the patent leather Asheville, N.O. ' 2 0 p
Yorker as free from the latter objection ties and black silk hose displace them. ' Charlotte, N. C. 10 20p 0 25a
and excellent both for neatness and convenience Salisbury, N. C. 8 25p 8 17a WASHINQTON AND L1HITED."
Greensboro. N.O ' T20p07p 7 06a560a SOUTHWESTERN

The little, olosotin which tbe barrel Fall Koveltlea la Jewelry. " Richmond ltanville.Va.,Va. 12 01)11) 2 0na Thrensh Vestlbulsd Dr.winf-Boom Sleeping Car. betwtea Tampa and New Tsra,
The Jewelers' Circular notes the following Lynchburir. Va. ' 3 5Ap 3 40.1IHHa vie Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without ehaage."UNITED .
is end fit tho large
kept occupies one Charlottesville 2
seen in rambles among the New 15p1115a "
pantry. The top forms a broad shelf or Washlngtoa 10 41a2op STATES FAST MAIL.

table of polished wood, just tho right York Aigrets jewelers are :a noticeable feature in " Philadelphia Baltimore " 720a 42a 6 55p Pullman Drawing-Room Baffst Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nsw Tork.

height for the bread board when mixing New York 12 15a 4 3 p90tta
the fall stock of tbe best establishments
Boston 001 Embracing Lynchburg. Charlottesville.Washington. .
or kneading. The barrel is supported on
and a new point about them is Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Iron clamps which swing on bolts orTHB Lv .Jauksouvlllo ArAr. B'i-p .
that the largest stones are frequently .,,. Everett Lv '" 5 30a Taoalt55p
mounted, highest, reversing the usual ' .... Atlanta ... !,!. 5 20alOOOp | Pullman Drawlng-Ttoom Sleeping Cars to Macon.' Atlanta. Chattanooga and
order of large stones below and small 14 ..Chattanoojxa.. A* >.... T30p Cincinnati,with close eoaaeoUoa fee Lonlsvuie and the Northwest.AUo .
" ...Clnoinnatl .. *80aNo
ones above. This is not only a pleasing Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

novelty, but a very effective arrange *.3ft and 84 nvtke oonneotlon for Brunswick, arriving Rrnn.wtck 4 Jfl p.m.and 8:40 p.tmipectlvely. Cincinnati via Columbia Through tbe"LAND
and Asheville.
ment. For New Orleans,train leaves Jacksonville 9:45 a. m with through sleepers, arriving ,
Mew Orleans 7:40 a.iu. Only through sleeper line. Arrive. Jacksonville from N.w Orleans
Earrings thus far made by a 'jeweler UU p. m. / OP THB SKY."

whose patrons are of the most exclusive BLEEPING CAR SERVICENo /

sort consist mostly of single pearls and *.35 and 88 Fast Hall,Steepen between New York and Jacksonville, and the .Clnoinnatl
andliamondsk Sleeper via Asheville. v (" Fev dssefleA taforesatten as be rates, schedules, sleeping ens reeerverloee, etc, spply'
Nos.87 and 3S carry thmucb steepen between Jacksonville and New Tork In eonnectlott'wlth
e< sogi.au aalLWAY ar lismaaseueaa.
metal grows in popularity. Its 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. sBBjrsgealL. saw
.M eaniee sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This 1. brought to
Inoludes other
range now among things Jacksonville by No.33.
chains for various purposes, sleeve links, All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at.the city ticket A. IHLTKAV, Ilori office,202 Hoiran Street,as well aa at the Union depot ticket omoe.R. to
watohee, lorgnettes, cigaf and cigarette W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agen*. J. K. M AR.SHALL,Ticket Agent, 202 "W Bay St., cor.nogan . K. 0TJLP. A.TUKX. 8. S. HARD }
oases and matchboxes.- Oun metal offers ,Jacksonville. WALTER OOLEMAN,Gen'l Traveling Agent,Jacksonville.O.M. "* ?&&:*
one of tbo most .effective of all backgrounds HOLDa?X.T.P,An St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MaoDONKLL, Gen. Pass. Agent. wa arrti* w.Jar.ttrb. .. >

for diamonds. MamjlsllDO

BaBBSL SWCT4Q OUT.pivots Golf score books are dainty things as

fastened just inside, tbo upper lately made ia Russia leather with an FOR SALE. Homo-Orown

clamp being firmly screwed to the lower ornament of crossed golf sticks In gold ...

aide of the shelf, tbe lower- clamp, or sliver upon tho cover.
which' is much heavier, to the floor.Iho The "American pig" promises-to beas PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *

barrel is opened, then placed' between successful in jewelry as in war* Pig YOD MOW FRUIT? JS SS SSSaSSW.A.M.

tbe clamps, which grip it firmly. brooches, bangles,' stjfkptns,. paper* Or the followingysristles, ; ...t> Taw lust nefan la L........ .annates.- ...im artUtse, ess Uee' ar

With a mere touch It awing* ,out for weights, etc, seem destined to bo fads; Ibbala Porto Rico Egyptian Cnwn Golden Qnetn Ripley Queen Smooti bfTt'w"*.MF u* net a enbseribsw yen sheet*WaavrwstrToaLy smbUeatlee ." 5tg&
use, as in tbo out. Whan not in use, itis Blaok enamel and gold-are .used to ,

pushed back again. There,is no risk secure striking and original,effects la Cayenne, Permmbaco uii Red SpanlsiL

of dust collecting in tbo little olosot,- now lino of broojches. Apply to O. C. MATTIIAM3. Florlds. rineappls Co., SS2SSS&s&& $50.00 IN GOLD-
.because It ia so easy tojwing tho barrel Wast P4aa Bssieh, T\m.

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'Admiral Dewey was at one time in" INDIAN RIVKR GUARDS.

Graham Hotel command of the historic old ship Contitution -, Drill at the Armory, over county jail,every
ATLANTA, GA.m PALATKA, BLORIDA. of Revolutionary fame. It Tuesday evening In the month, t 8 o'clock.
C< B. 8TJCWA1U', Captain.
was back in the siztiea

The only Briok Hotel In town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year Hans Riohter has taken the oath saan ?. P. 8. C. B.
round. Service Strictly firstclass.Kates honorary citizen of Vienna, accepting Meets every Hutulay evening- 6 i30 o'clockat
: #2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families.Mrs. the freedom of the city, which was the Preauyterlan church.
to him some time
Terence V. Powderly, the commissioner
Proprietress. Lodge No. IT meats every Tiieailay
general of immigration, was eveningTiSO In l r *l>yterlan chimin. Publlo
mayor of Scranton about 18 years ago meetlnv* tnt Tuesday Iin i h month.G. .
WEST PAL.M BEACH. and was then the idol of toe coal min C. A. OARDNKIt, W. BCOItIK,
Beo't. C.T.CpUIlCHKS. .
Lieutenant Yates of the Third Lanark

volunteers, the winner of the queen's .
Wis Seminole Hotel prize at Bisley, is 43 years of axe, a teetotaler

a nonsmoker and a cork manu EPISCOPAL CHURCJH.
facturer. Services 8ml ami 4th Suniln}* In each
OPEN month,at 11a. m.ami TiiO; |>. in. Sunday school
Sir Thomas Lipton of the Royal Ulster very Sunday at l mi *. in. bveninw prayer a*
WEST,PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Yacht elnb of Belfast is to challenge 3 Friday p.* ni.at on 10 Weiluemlays.a.in. Litany aervlce every

This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to for the America's cup. A royal Archdeacon II, F. IIbown, Rector/
the railway depot. Free'buss to and ft om trains. Boats attached to'the hotel, welcome awaits this Royal Ulster i ii i i i "/

with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Kates, from $2.00 per day and yachtsman.Solerins. lMlKSHVKERIAN CHURCH.

upwards; special rates by the week or month. J. Geordlotos, who has just Services every Bnlilinth at II a. in,ami T.SO p.m.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. received a permit to keep a fruit stand Sunday m hnol nt u 40 a, in., Geo.y, Hc-ubte,
Bunt I'raver ineetlnic On Werineadnv*
'*II3ttMm In Chicago, is a Greek and has been a at 7)0.: ,'llie public aie cordially linlted evening to at*;
*, professor of Greek in institutions iu Europe tend our servluoa.
311 AM r. Rov. 1. P. 1IOWARI1, Taator.BA1TI8T .
and America.

The postmaster at South Boston, H.S. CHURCH.rrenchiiift .

ATLANTA GA. Hotel Treadwell.says that General Weyler every anconil and fourth Sunday* '
OIEL ARAGON. Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. then a young man, was In his employ mornlnir nnfl eveiiini):. Traver Meetmjia every,
The Palace Hotel of the South. for several months in; 1873 at a Bclinol Weilneadny every eveniui Sunday; at at t) 7 4A oil a,o'cloi in. Alao k. Sunday preaolk-
American and European plans. We cordially invito the patronage of the best salary of $3 a week. InK flrat Sunday at, LnUronge, All are cordially
jmmerclal, Business and Tourist travel, Ceutially located, only three blocks Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week. Invited to attend,
cm Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke O. P. HUNTINGTON, Hiram S. Maxim, the well known inventor E. N. Dull, ruator.
om trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled Proprietor.HOMESEEKERS is by birth atf American, but
rany hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Kates. American plan. went to live In England because he did METHODIST CHURCH.Ropular .

;50 to*I.G0 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day.GEO. not believe the American government aervloes every flrat. third and fourth
VV. COLLIER, Jr., Manager.k gave him sufficient protection for his Bumlnye- 11 a. in. and T 00 p. m, Sunday
rinhnolevery Hiindnv nt II) IN) a. in. Kpwortt
inventions. Ixairiie eacii Sunday at 3'30 p. in. l'raver meet-
The first great-grandchild of Abraham InK every* Tlmraditv nlfthtac 1 00 o'rlotk, Th
Holland ATLANTA, GA. Lincoln was born Aug. 83 at an Ladina 8.00 p.Aid in. Kverj Society liiHly meet welcome* every at Wedneaday our church)
Mount Pleasant la. The motaer, Jessie service*.
27-20 Auburn Avenue.'All Who of are theFlorida Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for h Lincoln' Beckwith, incurred the displeasure Rev. A. P. PKNNEV', Paaton,

copy of her family by her runaway f'< "
Two Blocks from Union depot. Modern Conveniences, marriage last year with Warren WiBeckwith. / CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Service* at II) a, m. every Bnndav, hi
Her father has never forgiven
East Church hulldlnir, North
Homeseeker.We Tltusvtllu. ChtlUrea.'s
Mbs. 'P. A.
Proprietress, her. oateohiaiu at S p. m,
Sir Henry Irving has about 00 pairs Kav.J. F. O'ltovLs,'Rector.'
Bates, $1.00 to $1.60 day. ,
per Phone 1029.
of spectacles either at his home or the
theater.' The reason is that he is perpetually MUNICIPAL.

MACON, OA.IGERTON have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobaoco Growing, and fo losing tbem and, when busy
Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb* United States. with some production would find himself TOWN COUNCIL.Mayori .
considerably) handicapped did he Adbemar Ilrailyt alilermen t .Tno. Hf,
Apply Dixon, W,K. Knox,Jn It.
Minor 8.
MACON, GA. toJAS. not know where to put his hand on Jonea, K. I.. Hradv) aaareanri .lohn, Henry I
HOUSE E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner another pair. clerk ami treaanrert C. 8. Schuyler t mamlial
Next and
to "BrownHouse.. J collector i M. H. .lonoa, )r The- council
Captain D. O. Woodrow of the United meeta nrac Tuesday In each month.
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, States navy has in his possession the
Facta! the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city. Street flag floated by the Virginins on her ill BOARD OF TRADE. '
i the door. Choice !from ST.AUGrTJSTINE FLA.
pass rooms 50o. to $1. 'Restaurant convenient. '
fMANIER fated filibustering'trip to Santiago in Meet*every aecnml Wednesday nlgbtiln each
Address Edgerton House, 4th St., Macon, Ga. t t 1873. It was taken from the vessel by Judire mimth M.nt R,00nclook S..lone*. prealCant Int room) *Wm.JVI.over poatnnina.Brown,

the captain himself, Deo. SO, 1878, Just treaaureri J.O.Baat, teoretary.
before the ship sank while being brought
JACKSONVILLE.lotel k LANE MUSIC CO. back to the United Statea COUNTY OFFjICKRl L

Old ..Geronimo, the most noted"Indianin
Flacide fj(, America, chief of the A pitches, is 9Q SCHOOL BOARD.J. .

January 1894 years old. Hi is as straight as an arrow M. Dixon, TitiiBTlllet R. N. Andrews,
and his eye is piercing and keen. When Coooaf S.*', Qlbh*, Melbourne

Id the oenter of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west 'at the post at Fort Sill, he plays monte,

I Superior*block from Cuisine Bay.and Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Malcolm Love Fischer Manfer & Lane but when be can get permission to leave COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,' <
Service. Bus
meets all trains. Terms $2.60 day and ,
wards. per the reservation his time la Special rates the
by week.
S. BO WEN, Proprietor.i Mendel, LaUranRel J. ,
bunting, of which he is still very fond., R. Walker lltuaville;,
Jno. Houatnn, Kau Galll*t J.N. Waller,Ankona.
PIANOS i; It la reported that Rudyard Kipling Hemilar *ealon*are held flrat Monday In each
New baa become a groat admirer of, CeoHRhodes. month.
i Travelers' Hotel. During his recent stay InLon*

. don Mr. Kipling was asked by a woman COUNTT OFFICIALS.

WATERLOO, KIMBALL ORGANS..... at dinner if Mr. Rhodes was married., L.Minor Oanldan S.Jonea, Tltuavllle, TltuaVille, county i\n\g\ j D.
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electrio "Yes," he replied, "to tens of tbou-i A,A. Stewart,Tltuavllle,proaecutlntf clerk olreult attomeyi ooarti J.
sands of square miles of British terri4tory. F. Wooten, Cocoa, tax aaaeaaorpE. W. Hall

Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. England cannot afford to let a Sharpea treaaureri,tax J,collector K.Haina J,Courtmiay Jehr Henry, ,nperlnteaidpubllo Tltuavllle-,
man like that marry in any other way."I entooun Initruorton t J O. Fries,Tltuavllle,
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAT HOTEL IN FLORIDA, Write for Catalogues.MANIER. ily lurveyort JP,Brown,Tltuavllle,sheriff.
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.CTERETT FRILLS OF FASHION.

There is a slight tendency toward the1 Homoepathic
34 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.5JOKV revival of the high waistband of the direotoire

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. period. On the right figure itIs

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $1, $5 weekly. silk'With i deep fringed edge* are la ,
["tor, baths, bell service, etc. \y. W. TIDD.lotel TRAVEL YIA THE "TIFT0N ROUTE." rogue for evening wear. They look best i H
Cures Indigestion,sour Btomaoh Xruetloni
made over a'foundation of black satin. -

A fashionable woman's approach ! Beloblngs, Piles,. Itching, of
Roseland Georgia Southern and Florida Riilway. heralded by the jingle of Jewelry. Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Ou Charms are worn on neck chains, watoh of the Heart, etc
Suwanee River Route. chain* and 'btaoelets with ntter impartiality.

jour way South at Roseland. stop Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling : powder before meals
FPt tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be 'jyThe Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprises part of the Tlfton Route, For general wear the buttoned boot, and at bedtime.
K to be appreciated. If and is the most direct route to all points'North East and West so authorities say, will t supersede the
you come to this winter, call and see us. The and .operates the
laoed shoe for winter wear. This, bow-
n of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via 1
car at station. Tran Macon, aver, Is almost always a matter of individual Twenty Powders SB'cents.
sit rates, %i.ot)per day; Special weekly rates. '' Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, (and the taste.J *'""- ,

Mbs. A.M. VawHAAFTEN, .Manager.ST. Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. The ostrich feather boa's i popularity Depot **

For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc.. Is on the wane.' Fussy boos of lace orohiffon :
write or Call on or a combination of both ore '
AUGUSTINE.ask. nuGn n. used instead, and tulle and net, neck SAIDEL EDEH, I. D.,
mcnARDsojr o
n. Agt.,
ruches also Had favor.
7 Hoftan St, Jacksonville. BROOKLYN, V. Y. ,
Algonquin Hotel. Wm. pnECKLEY SHAVv; O. A, MACDOSTALD, Very smart three-quarters length wa-j 1340 Busbwlck Avenue.1W .
.. Vice-rresident,'Macon, Oa. Gea'l Passenger Agt. terproof ooats come in white or in pale
tan shades for women who are fond of
King Street, ST.AUGUSTINE, FLA. handling ''the whip and relna These

Refitted, newly furnished and under coats ore made with oomfortsbly full COTTON AM

new management. Centrally located You can .Save Money sleeves, finished at the hand with a cuff
near all points of interest. Large sample formed of a band with a strap, which
room for use of 'traveling men. Over* con be drawn close In case of a downpour LINEN NETTING.
looking Plaza and Monuments. A full ...
of rain. >New York Sun.DON'T. .
view of the ocean and rolling breakers

.--. . * from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric <3LUL| toO -
bells and of
a perfect system sewerage.

*"Pen*all: 12.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week.C. aZaU S. 3D. E=>EeOT7"03,2, ? Don't Judge a woman's oomplexloa*

year. F. COX, Proprietor."HTUSVIXIiE. by the box It comes in..Don't .

get Into the habit of talking to FISHING TACKLE,

yourself if yoo are easily,bored. MDon't
Superior quality;Linen GUI Nettingjnade ".i
FOR QfJOTATIONS Off attempt to borrow money on from Knox's Scotch thread.

your wheel. It won't stand alone.'Don't .> Samples and'estimates
cheerfully furn
think because you can fool ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .

Seeds Fertilizers # Crate Material. some people that others can't fool you' a. JOHNSON A CO.,

TITUSVILLE, Don't think a man appreciate-a oy- i Manufacturers,
clone because he is carried away with iiDon't
1l>fe3vfcpsSt? INDIAN RIVER 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MB.I .
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.B3T provide yourself with a wife
FLORIDA, and expect her to provide- yon witk a
If need a Stove write for
you prices.Trewldatlm. boms.Don't.
taka worry with you on your
J. G. BAST, travels. Yon will find iton/ tap every Confederate Money Bonds A
Manager. sii i. where.Don't. ,

"I never saw anybody so frightened /When the American troops took th* think your milkman has pedigreed POSTAGE STAMPS.
as that American soldier was," exclaimed cows because he supplies with
Ladrone islands, a soldier lost m revolver yoo Largest stock In the world. Address
Open all the Tear. the Spaniard. the blue milk.Don't .
on beach. The
lii native who
w mm m* mm feat" it* a < #. found It
"Were you the cause of his fright?" immediately went out la a' boat and get' the Idea into your head CIIAS. D, BARKER, Atlanta, Oa. .1

"I should say so. As soon oa he visited every transport until he woe that with women on Juries there would
sa 4m an Only a few minutes caught sight of me and my men he wm able to restore the article to its owner. be fewer disagreements., \I/ABTrXD HKTEltaL TRUSTWORTBTrerW -
walk from Railway stations soared half 'to death for fear we'd sons la tbl*ataM<
run And this example of o anna** oof bualneae
pi ni and steamboat land scrupulous honesty' Don't attempt to train*np your children In their own and nearby eosatlee. It is mainly
h so fast heoouldntcaptuTeua .Washington pomes from a place thename-of which' in the way they should 'go>t unless offloe work eoniluoted at borne,Salary atralcb*
ings.On Star. noo s year and expen*** deSalte,
means -Thieves' islands. bonaftde. aw
the banks-of the Buffalo that
are going ChioagoNewa
your way yourself. more, no leas salary. Monthly 975. Reference*.
far-famed Indian River. Express. Bneloae**ir ddreaae4*lamned envelope. H* -
bert K.Uses,Pre**.,l>ep .M,Cbieago


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to a lo-lnch artesian well, Plenty lights
in tho house now. ROBBINS

The, following letter has been received ,Capt.biftilj Tony Canova, who has been (Successor to Lovett Jc Carroll.)

by us from Mr. A. Treadway, one-of the engaged for some time| past, getting FRUITS and VEGETABLES
former popular managers of the New his fine yacht Maude In good shape, .Xsvt7e-yorj3. GROCERIES, of All Ki
Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, which we has put her in the water. Tony expects
to take her to Palm Beach this winter Glass and Tinware. Your
gladly publish; WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, patronage Solicited
and we bear it rumored that be will take .
iWf.WTie Stockuiudqe,- Mass., Nov. 14, '08, the place of Capt. Titus the coming season UNITED STATES COURTS. TITUSVILLE; JTLOHIDA

Vdltur Indian River Advocate : looking alter the Hotel Royal
Polnclana fleet.ThoSmith .
Anhenser BttScli Brewing Asso'idn.Fuminia IJear Sir: I take pleasure In Informing
you that during the coming winter Iam residence was all aglow ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
St.LmiU Kug and Hurtled Doer. to be one of the managers of the last Friday night, and South Rockledge

Bold b< Mesa. LoHley Motlnw, Titusville, Fla.Hy Holly Inn|, at Plnehuist, N. C. Should occasion never looked of Miss more Bessie gay.Smith It enteitalnIng was the- for Lands In Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries 1

Mr J. I>. Crabli,Ciikoh, Kla.liy you, or any of your friends, contemplate
Fla. tho Friday Night Club. Progressive And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
Mr. W.J.Tm.ker, Kort fierce, a trip south, I trust you will give me an Counties.We .
of acquainting with the eucbre and other amusements were provided Food and Wheat, We are the only house on Indian River deallDg exclnivT
opportunity you
...JOSEPH ZAPF... many attractions at Pinehurst, and the and everybody who attended had the above line of goods, We invite your correspondence and solicit your naZ J

Holly Inn, Pinehurst is a model village, a delightful time. The first prizes were have a1 large List Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., TlrU8ville, 1
and In the plneywoqda region of North Carolina secured by George Uingrass and Miss
Wholesale Beer Liquors; built and owned by Mr. James W. Grace Patterson, while E. S. Williams of Lands.owned by/
Tufts, of Boston, who has used great efforts and Miss Emma Hardee were the happy
West Bay Stieot, recipients of the consolation (or booby)
to make this one of the most attractive
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. resorts' to be found in the country. prizes. ourselves and clients. Losloy < c MotloTOV

Through personal ownership all
objeottonable features can'be prohibited Indian Itlver Steamers. Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, REN>KER A CO.)
HENRY R. THOMAS\J and visitors can be assured that they

will meet only1 refined and agreeable The steamer Sr. Sebastian, after being lands $3 to $100peracre. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and M\\
VILLA PHARMACY. people. The regulations whereby consumptives on the ways at Lake Worth for a couple
... are not received will be fully of weeks or so,returned to Titusville last Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
appreciated by persons who have previously Saturday evening, the steamer St. Augustine
Keeps alt Kinds of visited southern resorts. The leaving here the same night for First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tabl

Fare Drags Fancy and Toilet Articles. Inn is an attractive house, containing Lake Worth, where she was hauled out WE have a few Residence, Orange Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given toordors.
heated to overhaul. The
electricity undergo a thorough
100 rooms, lighted by Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW
Prices to suit. by steam, and modern In all Its appoint Sebastian, Monday evening, took the Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable
ments. The table will be bountifully place ot the St. Augustine, and will run
801 Ad.tms St., cor. Madison, supplied with everything that northern between Titusville and St. Lucie River locations. Prices Reasonable.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA, markets afford. As many of the waitresses until the return of the latter steamer.Capt C3 CJO.- _
and from the Red Marcher is in command.
employes are
Lion Inn,former guests of that bouse TITUSVILLE -]:: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of : [ /

Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers can feel certain of receiving the best of Offices : and MIAMI.AJ.KX .

for Sale.Abbakas December attention and 1st. "service.I inclose The card Inn herewith opens, THE STATE COLLEGE, CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

and it will afford me great pleasure to DRESSED AND ROUGHS

Porto, Egyptian ltlco. Smooth Queen Cayenne, Golden and answer any inquiries you may wish lto Lake City; Fla., NBAB. KBNBST TAYLOIU Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement,,Crates of all deacripuTitusxrille
Queen, make or furnish yourself or friends with
lied Spanish. Apply to rMaddock any information regarding Pinehurst, or Offers to both sexes a good education NEAR & TAYLOR, I lorltn
A Matt-hams, routes there. I shall take especial pains along the lines of modern thought(and
John )
(Successors to
"Palm Beach Pinery, in caring for former patrons. Hoping activity.'

1 West Palm Beach, Fla. to have an opportunity of welcoming Scientific, Literary, Military and Industrial Artesian Well Contractors James\Pbitchard, President; W. M. Brown, VIce-Pree.IdenM
you to Pinehurst, I am, departments. Most complete C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
Tours truly, A. T. Tbbadway. outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced
For Sale, to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy, EAU GALL1E, FLA.

Coma to th Kaat Coast. Book-keeping taught fhbk. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANl
Ten thousand aores Turpentine Land, Send for a new catalogue to,
Write Quick. .
fin St. John's county, nour transportation.
The Bellview News-Letter aay : W. F. TOCUH President
SCHOLARSHIP. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
Sixteen Thousand acres In one body, "Come to Florida. We have the' Ashing LAKE CITY, FLA.MRS. FOR FREE )
near Titusvtlte, on Indian Itlver, welt for the angler, tha shooting for the Authorized capital, $100,0
Umbered. sportsman, the rest for the weary ones RAILROAD FARE PAID.
and they homes for those of brawn and Paid up capital, $25C
CocitTUAifD Buck maw,
22, Hogan street, brains who are seeking such. We are DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, Positions Average deposits, $150,0,
Jacksonville Fla. sure that' there Is no portion of this
all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA.
great Republlo that offers so muoh as TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Transacts General Bank
Florida is offeilng you to-day. You BUSINESS COLLEGF, a

Wanted would be surprised when you actually Macon, Ga.
I i i see what little money will do In the way Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. Business.

A furnished hotel of IS or 20 rooms to of providing you with a comfortable
overseer or rent by man and wife of fifteen home." Largest and Oldest Bank on the I
Can furnish best When In need of White and Rye Bread, East Coast Meat Market
years' experience. Pies, Cakesetc.., 'go to Mrs. Deisner's Exchange sold on all Foreign Countm
'Of references. Address Death of Florida
a *
J. RlCIIAltDS, City Bakery. Yachta, boarding houses,
hotels and families supplied. DUREN, Agent DIRECTORS!
Lakeside Ottawa Co. Ohio.
Private Leonard?, Company G, First TJpa J as.Pritohard,W.B.ItARlfaTTlPmllof
Florida infantry, died at Camp Wheeler, the National Bank ot Jacksonville),MUORKsa

Wanted Huntsville, Ala., on the l&th ln t.f from Jacksonville(Vice-President), and W. M.National Uhowj B, u|
spinal meningitis. Wallace Leonardy MILLINERY. COBBRSPONDKNTS.
was a well-known young man, and was .. (
By man of 30 years, of good obaraoter Seaboard National Dank of New York|
" one of Osteon's most popular young National Bank of Jacksonville.tx'jttjwvjljljDLiE .
and ability, situation on East Coast; experienced citizens. He is the son of the Hon.
in groceries and general merchandise Philip Leonardy, one of the oldest residents and DRESSMAKING. ar L v.
also competent to take charge of Volusia county. His death Isa
of lumbor yard or dock: business. Good great blow to his family and many ex-
leforenceB. Address, expressions of sympathy for the bereaved eaTitusville
E. A. Gardiner, ones were beard when the news of his
Poit Tampa City, Fla. death reached Florida.

Deceased had a grand military funeral 1=3 A PAIR OP CARVEKS THAWlXIi
For Sale At ft Great Bargain at bt. Augustine, Friday lost.SQp" Florida. CARVE

A'well-equipped, 30footSharpie, recently THANKSGIVING DAYTITUSVILLE IN THE MOST COMPLETE Your Thanksgiving turkey with en
ftlly) overhauled; everything the satisfaction and will slice it thin as s piof
ready for cruising; oabin big en'ough for Electrical Supply House
(our berths. It was prepared for a trip State.CO. paper, and unjolnt the toughest bird i

to Key WeBt and Cuba, the owner being Was not generally observed as a holl Jiffy, when sharpened with the fins
called away from the state, it will be sold day, although nearly all the stores closed ..THE JOHNSON LAWELEOTIUCIANS .. that belongs to the set, you can buy li
at loss than half the value. For particulars during the afternoon. The bank and from $2.50 We have them with b
apply toJ. postofHoe closed all day, and the Advocate upr all
G. Dktwilkk,, closed at noon. The day opened Jacksonville Florida.In Ivory, bone and stag handles, and
New Smyrna, Fla. dark and gloomy, with some showers; - reasonable price.JAS. .
1 1 but by nine o'clock the sun was shining

Reading notion ads. on this pag brightly, which made ltn Ideal day for
Mail Outers Solicited. Satisfaction
November. Flags were hoisted at the
Una week.
are five cents
per per Indian River hotel and other places intown. Guaranteed. \ '

There were no sports or picnics,
OUR NAVAL HEROES. and the day passed oil very quietly. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, PRITCHAKD & SON,
Services were held at the Episcopal

Two newspaper men, Messrs. N. "N. church lu the morning., and Presbyteilan Titusville, Fla. TJ."t-ci.errl.Xo, JJ'la.
Stafford, and B. B. Tatum, the latter the church In the evening.BREVARD'S
editor of the Bartow Courier-Informant, ACTIVE solktStors "Wanted everyB -
for"The Story of the Philiiiplnea,"
are publishing' "brief history of Our TREASURER RETrrusviLLie by Murat Halstead.commissioned bv tne Government
Naval Heroes" in the form of a game ofatds tut Official HiMtorian to the War Depart
which Is to bo played something TURNS THANKS., ment. The bock. was writteu in army onmna at
Ban Franoiseo, on the Fanltio, with (JeneralMeriitt
like the old timet popular game ofAuthors' ,in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong BRICK !
and It promises to bo the most Fiji., Nov. 23j 1803, Konir,in tha Amerlean trenches at Manila, in
fascinating game ever published. the lii.urKerit.oampa with Airulnaldo on tha
of Brevard deck of tha Ulyimita with Daw,y and in the
The cards give an authentic, instructive To Pebplo County: roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Honanxa for
and interesting history of the Amer-. Please acoept heartfelt thanks for afrenta. brimful of original ploturee taken bv
lean Naval Heroes of the late SpanishAmeilcan my photographers on the spor. Larjr*
the confidence you placed in me, as evlWe government prices; bin profits; freight paid.
war, and aside from the'pleasure denced by the last electionI Credit given. Drop all trashy nnoflicial war Complete Supply of Edison, LaLande, JACKSONVILLE BMCK
to be derived from the game, It will cannot but think that y6u approve books. Outfit free. Addreaa F. T. Barber, Sampson and Dry cells for Oas Engine
lesson those Seo'y,Star Insurance Bldg.,Culoago,
be ft valuable bistorloal to of my methods of handling the county ignition. Elootrio Light Supplies.Rockledge. .

who play It.The. funds, and so long as I remain county
gentlemen mentioned bavo secured treasurer I shall continue the same 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. %

now roady a copyright to plaoe on tho their cards game on the and mar are course term, and I have will pursued submit during monthly my statements brief Insecticides and Powder Guns.Read Write us for prices and save your money. Wetbe

ket. They are mailed, postage paid, to accompanied by oertlfloates from
any address In the United States for 50o.a the bank lu which I keep the county Florii
least absorbent in
cards with and best brick made
pack, containing fifty-two funds, showing that the amount due ,
full printed instructions and rules of the the county by me as treasurer Is thereon the following from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Coast :

game. deposit, subject to the county's demands. Can supply up to a million on short notice.
Send! AOc. to Stafford A Tatum, Publishers Yours "* y Fla., Nov. 18, 1898.
Bartow, Floilda, and secure this John truly HcNnr, "MU. C. R. TYSEN, jf"Jacksonville
most thrilling and Instructive game. It County Tieaaurer. Fla :
will make a suitable Christmas prosent "Dear Sir: I have been using the Laurel Oreen I got from you this season
for your daughter, son or friends.i on three acres of bfeans, and never saw anything to equal it. There Is not a worm Carpets and
i i ii i to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is not required. It is Mattings Rugs,,
Waveland. acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. BROWN.' ,

Write to me (Clias. R. Tysen, Jacksonville) for pamphlets and quotations.
Horace P. Shares has arrived here
are glad to have Mr. Bonker with from New Haven, and he will aurely enjoy THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
again with us, and we extend our himself this season like he did last.

lieartfelt Ids dear sympathy little daughter to htm whose In the loss bright dlsoslt of, the George first of Oingrass tha week left, to for meet Jacksonville Mr. C. C.Jerome's Chance of a Life Time Fall Patterns are now being received.

pleasant face and cheerful, sunny -
launch Phenol whloh was expected
ion endeared her to all who/knew to arrive., Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .

er.Messrs. Proprietor H. P. Shares Is always up .A magnificent property will be sold at CLARK
Bell Baker, contractors and with tha times, foe he will light the New ... a.... E. ,
builders, from Melbourne, have.had all
the St.,
Rockledge hotel with aeatyllne gas 38 West Bay
could do down this since they
tbey way coming winter. A machine for 100 lights 1
came down a faw months ago, and haw will be put in by Itobt. Hanson, of St.Augustine. Jacksonville.
employed about all the hands they could GBNUINE BARGAIN.
obtain of lata. Other jobs are watting
for them which makes' It appear that Commodore Fred D. Hughes and wife,' ESTABLISHED 1ST5.Wm. .
they must have prod need a good combination of New York, In their beautiful launch,

in the way of work and prices.We Amaryllis, recently paid us a visit on About eight aores of Grove In aa fine condition aa any on Indian River, containing A. BOURS & CO
their south. A
way very descriptive report .
are glad Jo note that the fishermen of the dimensions etc.. of this "a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and tha finest PackingHouse
re not barring tha nab out by stringing launch was given la last week's Advocate. In Brevard County. lGRAIN GARDEN AND FERTILIZE
tbelr nets around tha Inlet as much ,
aa formerly, and trust If thay*ahoald It Situated about mid-way between BookledgB and Cocoa; Convenient to tha
J. 8mlth and have Churches Stores etc of both. ?** B7 8tret JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Cn .
will b attended to by tha authorities, n. son, Jlroaaa, j, '
as it la a detriment to all to have our finished tha wiringo(their residence and For further particulars, applyto iwZ**? on& ?* wx wos* rellabla Seed*. A complete stock; of
aplendld fishing privileges ao abased; grounds, and have gone to Poropton WALTER GOODYEARDept. ,-
Lakes, X. J., for a Umav Thadynamo
[Send the Advocat* an order for' any la attO-llght machine, arxf-lsxlrtven by a A3 to 7 W. SOth St,

Jo*printing you need.] horizontal Turbine watae wheel,attached New Tork, N. Y.

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