Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075918/00042
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00042
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES'Victor Crescent IN STOCK : Rambler, IRONPIIALT ROOFING Something Smoker, smoke Fontella cigars, CITIZENS' MEETiNG, AMONG THE HOTELS.
Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write America's best, for 5 cents. 7 4t t
Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for -
Interest. for toTaos.
ind Topics of General prices and catalogues particulars C. WATTS .fc Co., -Richard Rocker, of Mime, spent a Since tho editorial on our fourth page WIIERR: to stop. See list of hotel o.

F. W. BEERS, Jacksonville, Fla. couple of days In town this week. was In type, )lr. A. Brady has declined our 7th pages.:

and General OoMlp In connection St. Augustine. to serve as mayor, and Mr E. L. Brady The ADVOCATE Is
M\tU\ -Miss Jennette Wilson, who has been now on file at all
with Bleclrne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.: -Do you filter your drinking water ? visiting friends In DeLand and New through pressure! of business, objectedto I tho best hotels In New York city.
and Halifax Hirer, Key West bo nominated u alderman. In consequence
Slnlna all other Important Point along;the -For -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton will soon Smyrna, returned horn yesterday of this the name's for mayor Whore to atop In Tltusvlllo. See hotel .

mod Coast'of Florida. Brief mention of marriages see 8th page. return home from a trip to Georgia and -Master Alex CarK'e,of LaGrange, to and alderman !have been changed.At : I and boarding house advts., on 7th

Ewt Interwtln: Event from Various Part.of -Please send In your down-river Items Tennessee. whom we referred In our.last Issue, Is recovering a Citizens' nlcetlnll,.,mller the auspices 1 page

the World I About People Yon Know not later than Wednesdays.Miss from the rattlesr.tke bite.Mr. of the Board of Trade, held In the Manager r... Despland, of the Palmetto
-Saborosa Cigars, three years on sale; Board of Trade Titusville last '
and People Yon Don't Know- Picked Jackie Rice left here recently try them. 7 4t J. B. Mngruder, of Sanford, after rooms, house, Daytona, has returned from the
and large staff evening, Mayor A, Brady, acting as
Editor a
Society north.
Our for Eau Gallie and selling number horses and mules 1
by Roseland on a visitto ,
up ,
Mattered along theE chairman; and J. G. Bast, as secretary,
-Mrs. of
T. Johnson LaGrange
Correspondent friends. A. home
of returned on Tuesday.Mr.
Florida. left the following ticket was placed In nom Manager S. Graham, of Hotel Biscayne
(t Coast of -Judge D. L. Gaulden spent from here, Wednesday, for Rockledge, ona Sam. Motlow, who has been vis- ination as tile choice of the meeting: I Miami, expects to open hU house

Saturday until Monday with his familyat visit to friends. ting his brother, Mr. Robt. L. Motlow, For Mayor, A. I). Penney. I about the 1st of November.

THE ADVOCATE, DeLand. -Postmaster Sautelle, of Hardeeville. has returned to Tennessee For Marshal and Collector, M. Stanley Illustrated folders of the fine East

$1.50 annum, In advance. bas our thanks for a present ot some of Jones, Jr. Coast hotels etc. to be free
per h -Why not smoke Fontella cigars? -Capt. James Prltchard, who has boon given away, ,
For Clerk and Treasurer fi
six months, his fine Jamaica sorrel jelly. C. Schuy-at the ADVOCATE
'1.00 Sold everywhere. 7 4t enjoying a much-needed vacation of several ler. I : office. Send two-cent
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. weeks in Now YOI'k will arrive home I stamp to pay postage. -
Mr. Fred S. Morse representative of ,
ADVOCATE Is on -Claim Agent Zehnbauer, of St. Augustine For Assessor of Taxes, John Henry.
The INDIAN' RIVER Dade who has been north on a to-day. For Alderman 1) Manager: : P. Greaves of Hotel
news-stands at five arrived at the Indian River hotel, county, L. Gauldon, Joseph ,
sale at the following Titusville, yesterday. vacation of several weeks.is now in St. -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon ". J. R. Walker, Alcazar, and members of his office force

cents per copy : Augustine.Mr. Indian River If you do,,write the .l F. A. Losley will roach St. Augustine the first of next
Titusville-J re S. -Judge M. S. Jones, of this place, Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- Notice.-The election tickets being already week I\tllia train-load of help will arrive
B. II. of Jacksonville
B. Screven.: has been in Hopkins, ,
this week
holding the well known and genial villo, Fla. See page 4. printed In blank form, the attention !about tho sumo time to prepare the
Circuit Court for Orange county. and passenger I of voters Is drawn to tho following: house for tho 'opening. November lit;
agent of the Louisville Nashville -See notice 8th the drawIng
notice ads. are ten cents on page o The name of each candidate must be Is tho opening dRY
Reading -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Garvey who are
this .
W: Hallway, was In town morning.Mr. of the jury to servo at the l.'nll1'erl11
per line on this page. well known at Rockledge, arrived in of the Circuit Court, which convene In wiittrn on tho ballot, and the umnil, cross A small nnny of workmen Is at workon
C. A. Hamilton\ day operatorof ( ) placed beforo the name of each
-Mr. E. L. Brady has been spendinga Jacksonville, from Chicago, Tuesday. the F. E. C. Railway at Cocoa, passed Titusville on the fourth Monday In No- 1TIIII'kJX ns punted above. the Impiovotncnls t(| tho interior of
of days in Jacksonville this Duilng the week the southbound I vember. of the Hotel Ponce do Loon, St. Augustine -
couple past his to
through :Tuesday, on way All those hll desire Instruction should
week. trains have been fairly crowdedby Cocoa from north. He I and be the Board TrAcie most of ,whom are engaged,: in the
returning a trip -Mr. Mrs.L.D. Iockwood, of Mel- at of rooms tomorrow conMtrncil.in of additional bathrooms
-Mr, R. E. Mims, jr., returned home residents and others returning from reports being much benefitted in health bourne, who have been as far as Atlanta, (Saturday) evening at o'clock.. ; while the fifty Cordova Is also receiving .

Monday, after a couple of days visit to the north. by the vacation.Mrs. for the purpose of placing their daughter attention before opening It 1\1I1111

DeLand. -Mr. J. M. Randall, of Boston, writes G. II. Fulko, two children, and ID colleee, pasted through here, yesterday THE apartment houso,
writing here for Informationwill us that he expects to be at the Windsor brother anti-sister, left Thursday morn. en route home. YACHT: RACE.
-People On Sturdily last the San Juan hotel
enclose stamp to insure a hotel, Jacksonville, in a few days. From ing, over the Sanford branch, for Braid -- ,
please Orlando was opened! for the Mr.
reply. there he will go to Eau Gallie. entown, their future home, where Mr, Fishing. in TliutTllle. The great yacht races between the Harry I.,. nt'oman-who managed season.Hotel
,Kulko Is employed as foreman In the Columbia and] the Shamrock are still
-Mr. Frank B. Everett of West Palm -
-Master Kingan Hodgson, of Eau Coquina, Ormond, during the summer-
has been elected captain of the Beach, who has been spending a coupleof Journal-News office. Messrs. D. B. Pritchard, G. Carey- dragging> along. Unfavorable winds have has made many noticeable\ Improvement

Gallie, University foot-ball team. months in Ilendersonville, N. C., -Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Decker of this Elwes, J. C. Jones and the Misses Hunt, caused right races so far to be called off. Inside the house, which will tend to
Stetson passed through here, Sunday, en route place, who have been in St.-Lude for the Kate Pritchard and Sallie Hall were Tho race on Monday wan tho only one HO make Hotel San Juan more comfortablethan
-Gen'l. Supt. R. T. Goff and Traffic home. past! three months or more, returned to fishing from the wharf on Wednesday, far that has given I any Idea of the sailing ever,
J. P. Beckwlth passod through lad hauled In hundred' qualities of the two yachts. In this race
Manager their home last Sunday. Mr.\ Deckerhas over a 'yellowtails
-Capt. J. IT, Smith, after spending a the Columbia 10 minutes and 14 :Manager Leon II. of the
bere on Monday last, in their privatecar been employed with his father ,on and other fish In a couple of hours. won by Cilley, Maple-
route to Miami.Do few weeks with his family in Jacksonville seconds, corrected time, or fully one aud wood Cottage, Maplewood, N H., whoso
en Richard
the residence of Mr. Quay .at
returned to Titusville on Monday ,. 7 Road. a half miles ahead. On Tuesday witha ably managed Hotel Hibiscus last
not fail to look at our 3rd page, and is again located on the railroad the above place.Mr. \ Good 2 -knot breeze, everything pointed for winter, writes the ADVOCATE that he

where you will find something of interest. w Wm. M. Brown, of this place, Is a tine race, but when only 25 minutesout will be at the Manhattan Club, Madlsoa
"F. T. Budge and her little now the owner of a fine horse, which Work upon the shell road between La- the Shamrock carried away the topmast avenue, New York, this winter. Ilia

-County Supt. John H. Sams, of daughter, Dorothy, after enjoying a visit we understand he will present to 'nil Grange and Mime Is being pushed forward and top-sails, and had to abandonthe many friends will miss him on Lake

Courtenay, came up to town, Tuesday, of two weeks or so in town with Mrs. wife on her return home from New by Messrs. Mendel as rapidly as course; but under the rules of the Worth.

to attend to business connected with Ti- Jas. Pritchard, left for their home in Hartford, Conn., where she will remain possible. In a short time there will bo a Yacht Club, the Columbia remained on /:Many of our northern-aye, and southern
tusville's public school. Miami on Sunday. until after the marriage of her sister, continuous shell road, nearly six miles the course and finished in the marvelous -readers will, no doubt be pleased
Miss Louise Jones.' See 8th time of 3 hours and 25 minutes ,
page. In length, between Titusville and Mims. over a learn
-Mrs Oscar Parker, of Miami, who -During the absence of W. B. Wad- Now bicycles ready. 510 mile ooiitso-15 miles to windward to that Mr. Leland Sterry, assistant -
in Sanfordand -Miss Annie Bellows, of Uardeevllle, get your manager of the Inn, Palm Beach,
has been visiting relatives dell, yardmaster of the F. E. C. Ry. at and return. Thursday, another race
the interior, passed through here, this place, J. E. Farmer is filling the paid Titusville a short visit) yesterday was run, and reports to hand state that last winter, has boon appointed managerof
Tuesday, returning home. position; and J. W. Grant is filling Mr. She came up to meet her aunt, Miss Mar P. LorllUrcl' llotueboat. Columbia finished one-hnlf mile ahead, Hotel Plunders, Philadelphia. Duringthe
Farmer's switchman. cella Bellows, of Chattanooga, who arrived past' three summers Mr. Starry has
-Mr. P. G. Walton formerly connected place as but the race was declared ofT, on accountof held the
at the Indian River hotel last position of manger of the
with this paper, has been appointedto -Capt. E. II. Rice has returned from night. She was expected on the after Mr. Pierre Lorillard's houseboat Caiman the time limit, Columbia crossing 15 Mawr hotel only, but he will now take

the responsible position of secretaryof Sebastian, where he went to try to open noon train, but her train failed to con, which we referred to In a former minutes after time allowed had expired. charge of both hotels. We hope, however '.
the Y. M. C. Association, Philadel- ano her inlet. The Captain says some nect with It In Jacksonville. Issue, has been undergoing considerable Races will occur every day until the this will not prevent him comingto
phia. dredging will have to be done ere the repairs In Jacksonville. This week a lories have boon ended. the East Coast this winter. The An-
inlet is successfully opened. -Mr. and Mr. Ed. Sudlow are expected new boiler was placed In her and a neW VOOATK wishes him success In his
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of every
In Jacksonville this week from Key smoke-stack erected. Mr. Lorlllard and .
the Bank of Bay Biscayne, left for Miamion -Fishing, sailing, rowing, bicyclingand West, where they have been all the summer party will cruise along the Indian River Duck Shooting:, new position.Our

Monday. lie expects to return to driving parties have been in order managing Hotel Key West. ,Mrs. and Lake Worth the coming winter: DeLand correspondent says: The

Titusville tomorrow; but'whether he this week, the delightful breezes, beautiful Sudlow was among those attacked by Duck shooting Is now In order, and wo College Arms hotel, at this place, Is undergoing
will do so, it is hard to say. moonlight nights and warm weather I yellow fever, but she has fully recovered. have soon quite a number brought Into considerable Improvement,

-Take note of the ad. of John B. having a tendency to draw people out of i They will probably' return to Key West Dr., Porter' Statement From Key West. town of late. Ducks must be coming besides the now addition under construction

Massa, Jacksonville, on our 8th page. their houses. in a few weeks. south early which was referred to In lastweek's

He deals in all kinds of fruit and pro- -Mrs. J. E. Lanouette and her little .Mrs.. Forrest Lake, who has boon Dr. Porter's report .from Key West built of ADVOCATE.brick and The Is four new stories annex high.U

duce, and he is soliciting a share of your son, Kenneth, formerly of Titusville, are spending the summer in Asheville and Wednesday evening' gave the following town Itelalra' When completed, this popular hotel will

patronage in the pink paper.' Give Mr. now in Jacksonville\ visiting Mr. G. Ilendersonville, N. C.was a passengeron statement of the yellow fever epidemic bo able to accommodate twice the number

Massa a trial. Altree, Mrs. Lanouette's father. They Friday's southbound train, en routeto for the twenty-four hours ending that Manager Wlllahan, of the Florida Extract of (guests It has during the past few

-Mr. E. B. Wager left here, Saturday aspect to remain in the metropolis until Miami, to join her mother (Mrs. W. night: Co., Titusville. was compelled to seasons. Large numbers of carpenter
R..Anno and sister (Mrs. Julian A. Carpenter .New cases, 10; deaths, 1; total cases to
last Christmas.Mr.
for and mechanics
Asheville N. C.
on a pleasure shutdown thin week, owing to the coils are busily engaged from
of about ten days. Mrs. Wager and Tom Johnson, of LaGrange, left ). Mrs. Lake expects to leave date, 1,208; total nine deaths, 67. The death and pan In the distilling department morning until night, getting everything
of child of
this winter for where her a .
Santiago was
Itrip Ryals accompanied him as far as getting out of It II I rather in readiness fo the wlnter eaaon. These
here, Wednesday, for Cocoa, to erect a husband will start an ice factory.Mr. There Is no change In tho Miami situation repair. unfortunate
Mrs. Wager is in charge large water tank for Tax Assessor J. F. 4 as the supply of tannic acid now Improvements are expected to be
of the Star during her husband's ab- Wooten., Mr. Johnson Is getting orders and Mrs Geo. M. Robbing and that, Dr.other Horsey suspicious having case telegrapher had boon -used for tanning leather-In getting completed in a few weeks. The College
wnce. Rufus Richard and rather short. However work will Arms Is owned by Mr. John B. Stetson
for tanks from various points as far Masters George, after discovered since that of Monday which soon
-Mr. W. P. Thomas, writing us from south as Miami.Congressman. a pleasant visit of several weeks to terminated fatally, and was promptly, start up again In fulll] awing one of Philadelphia's well-known and
and Point Carwell highly-respected residents.-Quito a fewmen
Philadelphia C.
Chicago, says : "I expect to"leave here Robert W. Davis, of burled. Ho states that there Is no excitement
are at work the I'utnam house
home on
returned on Wednesday, much ,
for Titusville in about six weeks. Pleasetel Palatka, asks us to forward the pink pa benefitted by their outing. The boys there, and nobody desirous of! IIball. which Is another of DeLand's up-to-dato

me where to stop In your town." per to him at Washington, D. C., for. enjoyed themselves Immensely at the leaving. It Is claimed the above case at hotels It Is receiving a thorough overhauling -

Will Mr. Thomas please refer to our 7th which place he and his family left on home of their grandparents, Captain and Miami was not yellow fever. Interest Is being revived In baseball Ir and painting, which, when finished
page who!: where he will find the ads. of those Saturday last. They will remain in Mrs. R. P. Paddlson. Tltusvlllo again. A lot has been cleared will add greatly to the appearance

are anxious to secure guests. Washington all the winter. CHURCH NOTICES. up by the energetic players, and several of this popular hotel. The Putnam

-Conductor J. Vogt, of the F. E. C. -Capt. L. P. Deesz, formerly conductor -Mr. J. C. Hill, who has been runningas games have resulted; the one on Satur. douse Is situated on a high bluff, and I I.

Rj., has returned from hU trip north, the Sanford branch of the F. E. C. fireman on the Sanford branch since day last resulted In a, score of 0 to 5 In surrounded by a young orange grove.I'apera.aking .
aDd has resumed his trains 32 and on the purchase of that part of the road by G'W'WIANA-The third quarterly meeting favor of the railroad nine. ftttps are on
run on his In Fulton
who is visiting: family ,
Ry., the F. E. C. fly Co. has left for St.
39 between Titusville and Jacksonville.\ writes his friends here that he is of the Georgians and Melbourne foot to challenge some of the crack teamsof from Arrowroot Fiber.
Jake's genial personality was much N.almost Y., snow-bound at that place, and Augustine, where he has secured the charge '(M. E. church) will, I). V., beheld the state, and an excellent team can -
missed during his absence but he said position of night hostler, a much-deserv on October 22 and 23 at Georglana. be secured from our players.
; he longs to be back in our genial cli ed promotion. Mr. G. A. Jiayllss lire-. O. Codrlogton, of DeLand, sent a
wnad a glorious time while Sabbath services: Love feast, 10 a. 10.; of fiber
away. ample arrowroot to a
mate. switch Tltus'vllle
the In
man on engine
fMr. the elder
preaching by presdilng Rev
Ite-Organlsed In Jacksonville, manufacturer In New York to experiment .
John S. Bowen for. yard, has taken the Sanford run, and L.
and Mrs. L. Fisher, 10:4a.. m., followed by with. lie has received of
a sample
Launch For Sale.In and Miami after Wyatt Brown will In future fire the
merly of Jacksonville sacramental service; preaching by the Abstact the paper, and Is much pleased with the
spending a week or so very pleasantly in switch engine. elder C:30p.: m. Quarterly 'conferenceMonday The Florida and Title Security result. The paper Is very strong, and

first-class running condition; a barr town, left Wednesday, morning for -Mr. and Mrs. R. It. McCormick, of fotenoon' Co., of the above go-ahead city, recently show great strength of fiber. The manufacturers

'n. Dimensions: ,00< feet overall;; 32 Gainesville\ and other point They are Cocoanut Grove, who have been spending TITusvILLE-Preaching at the Presbyterian completed its re-organization. Messrs. say that the material loose
h.e1' i feet beam draft much pleased with Titusville, and triedto the summer pleasantly at Lake Vail and Htansell withdraw from all con GO cent the
; ; 28 Inches very church, Sunday Oct. 22nd, at 11 nearly per in making up, so
"ilt-borse:; power Daimler motor; speed, rent a furnished house, but without Edward, Canada, are now stopping at 22 a;rn., and 7 P, tu. Subject In the evenIng nection with the company, and Mr. Jas. that to make It paylt would bo necessary
about 8 miles an hour; has large carry- success. We hope to see them here North Fifth street, Philadelphia. In : "The Webb of Life." W. Spratt takes their Interest to establish the factory in the Immediate

I R capacity for passengers or freight; : again ere long. writing the ADVOCATE: this! week, Mr. Many of our East Coast readers will vicinity of the raw material. Experi

"nopies, and seated from stem to stern, I Ia -Mr. G. Cflrey-Elwes, formerly town McCormick say : "If Key West and: mention be glad to know that Mr. II. B. Archibald monte will now be made with the waste
the latter cushioned. Fittings: anchors clerk of Tltusville, arrived here last Saturday other yellow fever afflicted places could PIc"'IC"' the ADVOCATE when' formerly of Titusville, has had his from the cassava factory i

jm cabins all complete and In god from Orlando, where he has been have a few days of Canada weather It writing advertisers.WANTEI1y position In this company considerably ,
full would be a Godsend Ice J to J Inch Improved under the.re-oiganlgatlon. We 1Yulttalleloute
appjr'bFlor particulars and price, visiting his parents since his dischargefrom ;
A Ilcnutlftil
wish him and
to In Cuba Milch every morning, good snow storms, every success we are sure
United States Army ,
II. MACIIATTIE the Mr. Elwes joined the etc." a lady, thoroughly quail- his many friends in this section will do for Sale nt n llartrnln,
few ago.
Hobe Sound, Dade Co., Fla. a army to fight the Spaniards, but bo says fled, position aa Address teacher In Mas.a family H.! likewise. -
he did not get a chance to have a shot at To Itent, Box 1 1. Smyrna, Cobb Co., Ga., At !Mlcco on Indian river, Fla., consisting .
them lIe is glad to get back to the -We want to draw the attention of / of 10} acres, a well built, two- ,

For Sale Cheap.Furniture United States, and his many friends are our numerous reader along the East story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store
pleased to see him in town again. Trucking land on Indian River, opposite 'A Hcniitlful Winter Home Coast, and throughout the state In genera building, 18x32ft., handsome front lawn,

of kind Oak Suites Jensen; bearing cocoanut on prem. ), to the advts. of the live and. euergetto shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock;
every laos; safest spot; best land. Apply toW 2.V budded and
broom tangerine
Crockery and Mattresses or Wanted. business men who are bidding fora orange grapefruit
quality\ chairs Low C. Sueden, Waveland, Fla. For sale very cheap, on east side olHobe share of your patronage In time columns trees; ICO sour trees, ready to bud;
Cash etc. prices. -
(t on y. Address in stock raising Sound, Indian River; opposite of the ADVOCATE If you are in need MX young nursery stock; artesian weU' ''i

'- W. n. C.UJI'BItt..L. Experienced party with capital to start a Wanted Sewliifr.Gentlemen's store, postofllce and express office; about of any particular line of goods, the pink 1,200 feet, galvanized pipe dlatrlbutlover
PfP'r Bellevue Hotel Melbourne Fla.i wautt a partner Florida best loca- 15 acres, UOft\ ft. river and Atlantic ocean paper will tell you the best place to buy place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples :1
South -
ranch in ; '
front; seven rooms, bath and screened them. Read the ads ; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple 'i
catlon in the state. Address, Clothing neatly repaired verandah Ground Irrigated by windmill plant; railroad station on west r
For Sale, W., care ADVOCATE TltasvIlleFla.r Mils. R. SCBIMOEOUK Titusville, 'Fla. and large tank. Good wharf; and ware- line of this place; tramway running to AST i
Louse; ,,1101'0010 bath-house on ocean TltuBvllle Laundry river front on the east. This place to be ', !

;''4lDyan' beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanuts appreciated must be seen. The very ,Jj; ji
? land Waflv sores of good San ;JMateo Cigar r, Empty Sugar and lice Barrel and ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltuivllle, Is now handsomest place on the river. The ;'\

era tea of.f beans; makes from 300 to 100 J ; booklet price, etc., to prepared to do laundry work of every land !II of the best hammock. Orange '
aad each year; good house R. HKIUEANTKOX All work guaranteed all In bearing ,
d ock: Pure Florida Tobacco, For sale. Address, CUAS. description. tree nearly now I
price and terms liberal; write All Coast Grown, WALTER Moons, Ml Jackson Building, Leave your washing at G, F. Uuren'a Apply to D. L. GACI.DEX, Atty., r
g.1'*, B. J.. HlLUABD Tropic Fla.6'tlRN''fa'Yt No better made; try them. 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. Nashville, TenD corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office, Titusville, Via l !



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wHaT T To plant an acre of those I consider

v0RI best the planta alone, at prices they are pitta: Fine Head_Mind For Craw-, For Fall and Winter Sowing.
The old that "a who l h
NOIaN lag First Cltmn Specimen. saying man,
now sold at, will cost over (2,000. It is naked can't his shirt is

V r N Rr' argument enough that the planter will A. correspondent! who has made another way give of away saying that you, can only' Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Gold en
of In
something a specialty
y. avail himself of -the best modes of culture Rends to American GardenIng ., give what"you haven't got. The macan't n Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida
give free medical advice
or any
marketing.To a photograph of some head grown other kind of medical advice who hasn't float Proof Oats.

plant the common, those wo Ret last lea oo' when the weather was got a medical education and a certificateto I

from the West Indies, the cost of plants unfavorable, hot and dryv at the par the fact, in the form of a diploma. Write for price list. ,

INDIAN CiIV A Is loss than $150, but with the net proceeds tlcular Urn In the growth of the And in this particular a woman has no L. CAMERON Seedsman
., RIVER of the past season, which have been more privilege than a man. She can't
medical advice without medical win
ADVOCATE 10 to 4 in favor of the finer' : sort, that cation and medical knowledge. Flft

big difference In price on fruit alone, say; The offer of free medical advice made

nothing of the sale of plants at firs by Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physicianto GEORGE MARX. JOHN
t the Invalids Hotel and In- MARX.
fruiting, nearly pays the great difference stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., has been imitatedby

In price of first plants. so many, who without any medical 1VI.A BROS

qualifications claim to give "medical ,!i
advice that a word of caution is neces- Wholesale Dealers In
During the winter of 1897) Mr. James -
' : APPARENT TO ALL Reed one of the leading citizens and I g sary.Don't write for medical advice to any GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W Va., one, man or woman, who is not a phy ,
-_ .- struck his leg against a cake of ice In :; sician. If they are physicians they willtake

such a manner as to bruise It severely. the title of physicians or doctors so 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 !and 8Newnan Street,
THE PINEAPPLE. It became very'much swollen and pained S that you may recognize them. If they

him so badly that he could not walk don't claim that title it is because they JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Hlntn From a Well-Knovrn Nnnteryman, without the aid of crutches. He was dare not, for fear of the law.

The pineapple, though a native of the treated by physician, also used several FINK BKiDB OF CAULIFLOWER. Do not forget that there is just as ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
kinds of liniment and two and a half plants when moisture and a cool atmosphere much difference in doctors as'in artists. CD]

tropics-Mexico, Haytl, Bahia and Gul gallons of whiskey in bathing it, but are necessary for producing Every little town has its artist who draws -

ana-finds a congenial home In the nothing gave any relief until he began a nice, solid head. The growth of the and paints. But these "artists generally -
of Florida and Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This paint copies of the works of great We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pet,
more tropical portions using : plants was rank and leafy, and, al-
full )line of Grain
We also a Hay and Feed
artists like guaranteed genuine. carry We
modes culture and brought: almost a complete cure in aweek's though they did not head Millet. There was only one wa:
{; with our better of up early, :Millet. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased
tlmoand ho believes that had he
improved varieties we are in no danger not used this remedy his leg would have they did so rapidly and uniformly as There is only one Invalids' Hotel and MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fix
soon as they began. There was scarce- ,
of competition from those sections to had to be amputated. Pain Balm Is Surgical Institute, such as* Dr. Pierce raT- We only Sell to Dealers.
\ ly variation In the whole
the south of us where our supply of unequaled sprains, bruises and rheuma a patch. presides over. Thousands of women
tlsm. For sale by all Druggists and They were solid, heavy, snow white.In come or write to Dr. Pierce who have
that IURCOUS fruit has for =
come so
many medicine dealers. this connection some points on found no help at the hands of doctors of
af, years; from the fact that la all that the gjowlng of fine cauliflower for exhibition lesser skill and narrower experience.Any .

'' country the status of civilization and are quoted from the journal sick or ailing woman, suffering B Stetson
moral tone of business Is so low that It Tho London Statist declares of the mentioned: from the distressing forms of disease Join University y

u is not possible for any change toward gold exports from New York, that "the When the heads begin to form some suit peculiar Dr. Pierce to women, by letter, is ,invited free. Such to con-con-

improvement, and the lemon, orange and gold being remitted is the balance of the quick acting/ manure, such as nitrateof sultations are absolutely private. Each

pineapple will only be grown there as balance of tho sum due to Spain, which, soda In a liquid form, will be of material letter is treated as a sacred confidence, DELAND, FLORIDA. ...

bo In the wild state notwithstanding assertions to the con- assistance. When they attain and each answer is sent in a plain en- '
near as
may says
sh. It has not been able to some size, shading from sunshine is velope, bearing no printing upon it. )
trary, cover
James Mott of Orlando.
necessary to prevent the heads from In this way offensive questions and For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begin
It has been said in horticulture that sterling bills. getting yellowish In color. This Is repulsive examinations may be avoided.

"the finer the fruit the more skill Is required Opal mining is one of the latest Australian easiest done by bending a few of the Address Dr. R V. Pierce, Buffalo. N.,Y. October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

to produce It," 'and after years of mineral industries. The principal: outer l leaves Inward over the head;

? experience, I find it to apply to the pine opal mining centre is White Cliffs, where just crack the midrib and the leaf will GOLD I Is of no value when health is College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodioa

apple as much as to any fruit grown. the gem has been found In highly payable stay In position without flagging or In danger. What's of more value l'Pratt'll Dormitory, buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc, it

There arc great many of the 1m proved quantities and of the richest quality, Withering.Should they 'mature a day or two cold in up one-to-day date, tablets and for will constipation break upa suring perfect healthfulness!! ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of.

varieties that been-many are within a radius of ten miles and a '
have popu- ahead of time, It Is better to pull them and biliousness and all malarial troubles, trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full informatiot
; yet-In uso, but tho same us with the I atlon of 1,500( or thereabouts Is settled up and store In a cool,'dark cellar, inserting It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c.; '

apple in Missouri or Michigan, there Is there. the roots In moist soil to prevent Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, Address. J. F. FORBES, PresidentCHASBI..t71
111. Send for sample.
t some one variety that, as a money crop, wilting, as If left to grow out of

y'. is the best Any fruit that ranks (first In ,On the tenth of December, 1807) Rev. doors they soon get past their best.

the market needs to be large and hand S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. Church, In any case If cut the night before Notice To Contractors. : & 0 O.

some. There is not BO much In quality as South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contracted a they are needed and tlje cut ends Inserted DEALERS IN -
severe cold which was attended from In the heads will
in appearance, and to make it a paying the beginning by violent coughing. He fresh for a much longer period. Don't SEPARATE of County Commissioners up to 12 FI.n.e: : Wines: : and: Liquors:

x crop It, must be prolific and ripen at a says: "After resorting to a number of o'clock noon, the first Tuesday in November,
cut too short or take off of the
so-called 'specifics,' usually kept in the many for the following works: 417, & 419 W. Hay St.,
that suits the malkot.r
season : leaves, though It Is often necessary to To build a Lighter, to be delivered at Seban-
house, to no purpose, I purchased a bottleof tale River, where the present Ferry is located. .
There are so many different Ideas on dress a few of the Inner ones to show JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which Length of Lighter to be 30 feet,width 12 feet, to IU
this point that I dislike, to attempt to acted like charm.. I most cheerfully the head to its best advantage. depth 16 inches; bottom of IX by lumber, deck '' ,. nNwn.Ka ,
of 2x6 2 bulkheads 2x16 Fendralls 3 feet
r be a teacher, but will tell what I should recommend It to the public." For sale 12 inches; wide; copper or; u etal sheeting on high the; Bombarding Dewey
choose for myself by all Druggists and medicine dealers. A Neat Nentlnu Arrangement edges of bottom. 2 goats of copper paint on A-
The cut from The Farm Journal bottom and sides and 2 coats of paint ou decks
With Uncle Sam j
Of our Florll1Moln should prefer the All fun her to be first-clans heart pine and all good things
Out of 124 law students called to the shows a very convenient nesting arrangement faatenings with galvanized nails. preparing to do when he reache
A, high lands, a deep, warm soil, and would London for a To scrape and paint the outside of Courthouse. this side of the pond. There vibe :
bar in one day not long ago, as Paint to be of White Lead and Linseed Oil
rather the land bo land that has ;
now, or poultry house. l no "extra dry" sauterne, claret
as 10) have Oriental names which the body of the house to be painted white with
never been planted: in garden truck, many The long box red trimmings and the shades to be painted Burgundy, or any other that fibs
I establishes almost a new record for Lon- green. w,, : 4 {+f+ ti / in his honor that will be purer
cabbage tomatoes, pens or beans of with sloping top -
any To place nine ne* window sash in the Court-
kind al1al'o succulent rooted L Is built against ; douse room. New threshhold at West door. higher grade, or of more exquisit
as plants don.The To repair and put in perfect order,' all blinds, .4 boquet than what you will\ find 1 it u
and are knot breedersand as the pineapple wild horses of Arabia will not ad- one side of the and furnish new ones where needed. our superior stock at all time
mit a tamo horse them while the pen about 18 To put new Doors at front and back entranceto .
r is subject to this pest of our sandy among Courthouse. Our stock of fine wines,

4 soils, I would not use land that there wild horses of South America endeavorto WEST BOXES. Inches from the To replace windows on lower floor where need and beers are unexcelled.
floor The hen ed with same of those from the room above. .

was an) question about. decoy domesticated horses from their enters bythe, dark alley at the rear and The Hoard reserves to Itself the right to reject W- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey: 7 years old, delivered to any part of the Sta':

In all the preparation of tho )land to masters and seem ,eager to welcome enters one of the darkened nests, the any and all bids. .T. R. WALKER express prepaid, for 320.

plant we must boar In mind that, after them. darkness hindering egg eating. The Chairman Hoard of County Commissioners,

plants are set out, all doop culture stops, After a recent tornado f In Australia long cover 'can be raised for securingthe

as I fist wish to put it In host possible thousands of water, snakes were found eggs. The front can be hinged to Proclamation of' Election, For ESTABLISHED 1880.

+W condition. I first prepare it as I wouldto on the beach In one place, while In another let down thus making It easy to sweep The Town of Titusville.
out the nests to them clean.
plant coin or any other crop. Then I the beach was entirely washed Bond Lumber Co.

use some J.tootllastlng fertilizer, (One of away, )leaving nothing but the bare rocks. ELECTION is hereby ordered to bo held at ,
1'.0110 nnd FertUUInff Wheat. AN
Court House, on Monday the 23rd of October -
my neighbors Is cow-penning his Kind, Select some good, sound seed al- 18't9 between the hours of 8 a. m. and
and It I like 6 p. m., to elect Manufacturers of and Dealers in
doing liberally) ready acclimated clear of foreign A Mayor.

stems cut up and spread over tho ground, WAS MAKING'MONEY.. pests of all kinds. Soak well In a solu- Marshall; and Collector of Taxes,
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Is: two and a half tons per aero; or blood AntI lie Literally Made It Ilnnd Over tion of bluestone so as to kill fungi An Ass,'saor of Taxes, ,
and bone is good-two tOilS spores and microbes. Sow one bushel and three Aldermen.
per acre rut. If The following personsare appointed Judges of Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
In proper ,
acre. put the depth, ;
'S F. C. R. Stewart, Geo. W,
broadcast, Then,, with a plow that runs "A funuy thing happened to Election! O. miren
me about 1V6 Inches, this will give as .coble. ,and Jas. Goldsmith,clerk of elect Ion. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
not more than four inches deep, turn Itt when I had charge of our branch ofllcoIn A. ItKADV, Mayor.
under, the land having first boon laid -well, I guess I'd better not be too many plants as an acre should ,have. Titusville,"Sept 22,18'.I9.Kxecutor's. Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J./'T & K. W. R'y. Yards
Sow with If
a drill you can. It you' DeLand and Titusville.
; out in bod fourteen foot wide' back definite, said a New Orleans cotton
(cannot then by hand and plow Iu as .
( furrow plowed In the center; this I do man. "Our quarters were on the second above, .1% to 2 Inches. Use throughthe < Notice. --- --- --
floor of n throe and
with ono horse, and in that furrow an story' building, drill or spread broadcast 400 or
the rooms above were rented by n very '. Is hereby given to all whom it may H. A. HODGES. I
other horsd: follows with a "scooter"that more, pounds per acre of acid phos} concern that six months from this date ...
pleasant, foreign looking chap who 1\
., roaches down llftoon inches, and in :>hute nnd.muriate of potash or kalnit, nnderxltrnod will prexeiv to Hon. I).L M.inufactiuer of
passed as a chemist. of Hrevard ,
mixed thus Acid 400 Oanlden. County .ludgn county
: phosphate
that way my land is sub-soiled. 1'ho "I used to be detained nt my desk h''lorlila' hU Una) report accounts and vouchers, .Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
>ouiul:*' ; muriate of potash. 130 pounds, ocether with his petition for discharge ax fx- ...
lower, as It is sometimes called (water. quite late at night, and I had my or kalult 400( pounds:' editor of the last will and testament of EmilyA frat

packed Baud), Is broken up, then a light curiosity excited by a singular noise This Is needed to give health to the ne'uohlll.lecea8eeJ. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable
In the laboratory overhead. It wa a Dattd at Fort Pierce, Florida, this 8th day':or Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building
smoothing harrow ,is run over and tho nonotonous click-cluck click-clack IIkl'ahol1'J' plants; and fullness to the grain, sayaTexas June, A.D, 1890. any part of Florida, would do well to write! for prices. The saw mills me loot'

a. bed I is ready to bo raked to a smooth Farm and It.iuch. The clover R. S. REYNOLDS!= at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Rv. Lumber delivered to apart '
Executor Estate: nf :
ilutehine. Emily
surface, the operator all tho time doingit "One day 1 mot the chemist, on tho and pea vines will have furnished all\ A. Reynolds, deceased, of the East Coast Address: II. A. IIODGES, Buffalo Bluff Fla-
the needed amiuouta. roll the'
from tho alley botwcen the. bods, so asS stairs and asked him what the dickens Now C. T. McCarty,
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run over a for Executor. junl66l11olUnstcr'1'I
to avoid packing tho earth as much as he was tlolug that made such 'a racket smoothing harrow, so as to prevent Attorney SAW AND I'LANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE: 1'AIW

possible) on the bod. I then stake off 'Oh. rUt 11I1I1lnsUn'I'/ dollars up crusting, and you are ready: to await I'Hlatka, Flit. );. Hay St., root of CutlirriiWILSON

tho bed for seven rowsof plants, eighteen there,' he said laughingly, and passed results, and tho rsults will not disappoint Sale.

inches apart, which will ,)leave an alleyof on you.Particularly. CYPRESS COMPANY
"One night about a week later a city \ )EH and by virtue. of a final decree of
four aud a half foot This alley is will this be true If you U foreclosure rendered l>y the Hon. Minor 8. ,

;y; wanted in gathering fruit, fertilizing! and detective with whom I had struck up have selected the right time to sow Jones, .ludge of the Circuit Court in and .
an acquaintance strolled in for a chnt for Brevard County, Florida on the nth day of Manufacturers of ,-
Iu the south
this tlr.ie Is from the :20tb:!
working the plants as, unless wo have Septemberl8911: in a certain' cause in chancery
7 and a 6a1IO e. of September to the 1st of November herein pending In said court wherein Kate
S S plenty of room, tho loaves of tho plants 'What's that queer noise up there?' Later will not make the largest yieldsor "rli-k! Is complaliiRut and William O. Krlnk, *; Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath
the estate of
of Catherine
aro broken which U Injurious. I have 1\1 administrator
he asked
usual click-
presently, as
I the heaviest-grains. Wheat Is a bl' Stewart, et al, are defendants, I will,as special ,
tested various ways of planting, and clacking started. eunuch lIt'l'lllUthe fall season of one mister In chancery, sell for cash to the highest

i r prefer this, 'Oh, nothing much,' I replied. 'It'sa year to make the roots and the spring and bent bidder on the A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, 6hlng1

! 1 sot a long: garden line 230: feet or so, .friend of mine making silver dollars' I season of the next year to produce the }'lnSTWXDA; \ M NOVEMItFII,1599; \ lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyp

A which I stretch at tho edge of tho bell "Ha, hat' laughed the detective ,tops and the grain. It the rooting sea- sales being;day the,Cth IK-tween day of the said legal month 1 hours and of sale a legal, iu mouldings of all patterns specialty..

six Inches outsldo tho first row of plants, 'Well, he's In 1tll'lit rate business I ion has been cut short, the spring yield rout of the court house door in Titusville When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and set its.
1 Wonder If he wants a partner will be cut short and vice versa. I then I get light ix; Inch Sh'Ip8,20 feet "I estate, : All the fol'owlng land lying ,.,., ,-'
xaNly two days later the '--- "
{ ; long, I iiiaik thorn every 20 Inches, ono fOl'l'Ignlooliing gentleman: skippedout agreeable Blighted CeleryNot V/orthteis. In Hrevard on the west County hounds, Florida of lJalano, to-wIt' r Avenue(onuuello.In.r at a. Fon" $ 3-:2 O :

is placed at each edge of tho bod, then a and when the landlord broke open It Is a mistake to suppose that blighted less tone, to l'011t a stone, running pout,westerly being the 114 Northwest feet, more corer or- .

1x10 inch board 14) foot loop:, marked 0 his door, lo and behold there was ns celery Is not worth putting in forwinter of a lot heretofore said to Miss Kate and

inches from tho end square across, which neat a little counterfeiting plant as use, judging by the following Harry hence Ever Feet, 114 running feet, more thence or North less, to Twenty the West teet, send Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchun.. \\'eI

i mark is to be laid on the line, then you over laid eyes on! The clicking I experience with badly blighted crops rounds of DeUnoy Avenue! thence South t'enty'fl'et you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
come from a machine for reeding' the related In to the place of hCllluulllJr, and bounded on
I AIII'rl'l1ngrlculturlst FOUR
mark tho edge of tho board : FULL QUARTSOf
beginning 0 he South by lands of Kato !Iud Harry Ejer, dothe
ladies from the lino mark foj the first coins. About the 1st of October I trim up the : East by Dcianoy Avenue, and on the North '
"Tho detective mad blazes and West by land of O. K. Wood Lizzie Wood
was leaves.
as 1 plants, leaving only the heart A
Addla M. Wood and recorded the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
plant, then 18 inches apart for tho 7 rows. hill wife and In
but 1 couldn't help It. 1 had told him I shallow trench In the collar is well Hrevard County. Florida, March 21st 18U1, in
f, This board, orunatkcr U laid on the bod, tho truth."-New Orleans Times- watered, and the roots, with as much hook "I>': rage 150.

r ,' tho marked eilgn whore the first plants Democrat. soil as can be conveniently left on, are Special OEO Master M R01RIX8 In Chancery, Calhoun Pure Rye Whiske]

are, of course, and on top of the marked placed In the trench; more water Is D, L.GA.ui.nEX,Solicitor for Complainant
j 1 A He>'UrU ..at."SUJ' .
: strips, as tho first cross row of plants riven and sand or other light and dry \Ve ship In PLAIN PACKAGES ar' ( +II tlIIent.
the !
IfciI you are man who was no mark to II licatl content 1.'bll'Iwill : ;
arc set, the board U moved up to the around bore yesterday looking; for a soil U worked carefully In and about ;Notice.NOTICE I .) When you get It and teat it. If it I. ant as .facCo\1, return ie at Ol'U ENI'ENSCyour the DIll
$3,20 will be cheerfully refunded. This WhlI.! I. as..oo I. 1)111 q1 I'MMIIIIII "
the the ) b
plants leaving only tips ex- Ii any
,, ,20-lnch-apart!( marks on the ktilns., The Job, aren't )'ou't" We are close at hand and can give 'ou QUICKER 'EI.l'ERthao 'tane houses oar f.
kis operator does not step on the bed but "Yes." posed[ F' Leer celery I have never bad ts hereby given; that on the 21st day J teen! dollllt bUlllnesllln this city and I' the same stand for over 13 1'E. .(S. and Ii t( III
S ban Such: roots furnished In Januaryor A. 1) IWio, or as soon thereafter as I h'ONStRILITY AND RJl'UTATIOX: for honest dealing we refer you to an) merchaD Mre
on tho board, and ho has not trampedthe "Well, .do you 8tllvwant! work?" can be heard, I will applv. to hU Honor D. L. 1 the editor of this paper, "
February. IJ the long white brittle (GauidenConntyJndseofllrevard[ County, for
"'II have found a for
), you
earth Is done In SOLOMON & LEVI
as any other way stalks am cut. off squarelyr-not too I tlnalllt'tticment niv accounts and approval ,
This loaves tho 18x30 inches me? of toy llntributloD of the assets of the Ksute:" of 1028 A 1030 First Avenue
plants apart lose second has been ready 1
-a crop by .
r' "Yes, Just the"- B. C. Smith, deceased, and for my discharge ALt
and if tho operator is careful the rows April. This Is |teller: of course, than I from the administratorship nf said estate.W -P. 0. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM
"Then I llou't'a nt It, he yelled as I. ALLKX. ,
will bo exact each the other, but a dainty luxury for the f
very way. Administrator. Exrnwt3:
he ran away like n frtgbtttuod doer. NOTICE-We; pay Exprevs (' .Into <'hel) by ."SOUTHERN
In all culture after no other tool is easou. 'fensen Fla Sept.. 8th 199.lobbuli ]'AN'b: lt to Pointon linen of other'Expreu we only M v i'
Chicago TIiueF-JR.Stald., J & Graham, AU')' for AduiluUtrator. I Southern: Express Company transfer aid other Express Companies Company.'V prepay.


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allows the tree to have the full benefit ,. Allows the temperature to remain normal;
of the sun, dew, rain, etc,, and does not "v' whereas, If the tent entirely 'enveloped
obstruct the cultivation of the grove: or ", '' the tree heat from the sun's rays would
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to sell a tent the; height of your tree this year, and increase ,

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and not allow the tree
notice the tent hangs from the center Invention bave the full benefit only of the opeq air,, i CO Id than that t of f 1895 does not obstruct the working of the 1
otthecross Psa orkleg on aD ( ( ) We can .Raiseirnm 'Orlnges! in FlorIda. aflvds. protection at a moment frl grove. 1
aDd closer! a few seconds; and ;41
Ib the fact of the tent "worklngfroraloVhl' -- '-"-" These, Frames are erected 1t'X!
;on *n aals' oo matter "
4;1 JIOiltlOQ;It caDnot"regaiceaithebut winds i .little down., artl-In Place order with us immediately. in the. rove, and remain! ,"I ready \,

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I Agen
KENT: or THE: IHDtAX KIVER: LARK War between Great Britain and otAL TLA.YOU

WORTH AND BIHOATMB: BAT ICCTIOHS.: Transvaal and Orange Free State POWDER .

PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAT.CBARLE has commenced in earnest, and j
Colonial troops in Canada, Austral ABSOLUTELY PURE would do well If yon have property to sell and want it advertised j
r. paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands! of live men, to write I all
(la India and other offer
II. WALTON, Editor & .Proprietor. places are Makes the food delicious and wholesome I this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the publfonc '
ing their services to the mother more BJp- Many sales will probably be made this! winter by this Agency m I

Discontinuance of alt"t. must be made per country with considerable enthuse orn tiKiw)Mwntu eo,sew von*. yours. 1 Ii

tonally at thin office or by writing. iasm. But let us hope this war PINEADPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to Urn; !

will not drag along as slowly as' our ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre. 1

Obeck,etc., may be made payable to CIUBLKS'; war in thel'hilippinelslands, which OUR TOWN ELECTION. ANOTHER FRUIT AND VEGE- Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of i'
and proprietor. Gallic first-class for pineapples and vegetables. I.;
b H. TVALToif,publinlier ; oranges Price fllJ] XX)(),
has had a run of over twelve TABLE PROTECTOR. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will :

Address all communication to months, and still continues.As As will be seen by reference to year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. pay allalp t
to the outcome of the Boer HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $:; to $23 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER onr second page, Monday next, the ORLANDO, FLA., Oct. 19, 1899.
hundred and )lake front 2 miles
One sixty acres, } west of
TITDSVILLF, FLORIDA.Ut war, this of course cannot be doubt- 23rd inst is the day appointed for Titusville' good I,
Editor Indian River Advocate. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $;)W.OO.
ful. The best friends of the Dutch
the election of Marshal
a Mayor, Dear i
Sir-Having read great
S. Department of Agriculture admit that their fight Is a hopelessone and Collector of Taxes, Clerk and articles in the ADVOCATE concerning the -

Weather Jlnrcaii-Jupiter, FJn. and the most they can do is to Treasurer;Assessor of Taxes, and Invention of Mr. W. II. McFarland, of 'j
inflict some isolated defeats. In three Aldermen.We your town, I herewith send you a clipping Jas. B. :Sours
from the Sentinel of the 15th ult. ,
the end, England will crush them ,
in favor of
The following is! a comparative statement are reelectingthe which fully explains! my Invention. Fur-
of temperature and rainfall for the thoroughly. The preparations now ,retiring officers, who are as thermore, I may say for the benefit of :E3ay: G-ra:1n.: : Feed
d show that she intends to Flour
i week ending Monday Oct. 16, 18W. making, follows : your numerous readers throughout the ,,

--18UQ-- -tone- do, the job thoroughly, at whatevercost For Mayor, A Brady. north and south, that it takes six windlasses GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
DATE. MAX. MIN. .,AX. MIN. to acre-three side to
of men or Would it an on one
money. Aldermen D. L. Gaulden
E. L.
; 10 83 77 7\\ 70t the and three the
; not have been better for the Boers spread cover on opposite SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
85 72 Brady and J. R. Walker.
11 84 77 to "brail" it up under the housing.
12 81 72 81 73 to have granted equal rights to all? Marshal and Collector, M. S. When once fastened or attached to a Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
: ]3 82 76 84 72 They will, no doubt, think so, ere Jones Jr.Assessor. pinery or vegetable shed it can' remainon man
r.; 14 81 71 84 73 the was is over. It is not at all John during the life.of the shed, or cover; beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forquotatfo
15 83. 72 83 72 Henry. and when attached described
fully as
Lowest cash
that there will be prices.
10 82 74 84 78 probable any I' Clerk and Treasurer, C. S. Schuy- three men, one at each windlass, can

Total rainfall for the week: 0.7\\). interference. Germany, the ler. spread the cover over an entire acre in Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Departure from normal rainfall for the only powerful nation which has You will find no name on your less than ten seconds.

week: minus 1.47 inches Departure : seemed to take any interest in the ticket but would advice This statement may sound a little"flshy"
from normal rainfall since January 1 1, Boers warned them long that strongly to the ADVOCATE readers; never
ago the, voters of Titusville CHAS. N.
plus! 4.33InchlI. to reelect theless, such are the facts, The drumof WELSHANS
j C. J. DonRUTV, Observer. they need not look to Berlin for the above officers. Cut this the windlass is four inches in diameter ,

help. The sending of a congratu. out, so that you will make no mis- ; when it la turned once around it
latory letter to Krtiger by the Emperor takes up one foot of the rope, and we
take when
You do not have to he nn nrrobot' of Germany some time ago, you go to the polls on .. have but eight feet of rope to wind up. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASH
to tumble'to the fact that the ADVOCATE Monday next It takes about as long to turn the windlass ,
stirred Great Britain to the core. Our reasons for suggesting that once around with a crank as it doesa !
is of the best advertising

one Emperor Willium has decided not the whole of the retiring membersbe large grindstone: and think you or any Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
mediums in Florida Have you other able-bodied could turn
to send another. man or boy
re-elected is
tried it? President has thrown they have it around eight times In less than ten 1
Kruger served the town faithfully, conscientiously seconds:: It would take one man longer, JSP' Write'for Samples and Prices. .

down the gauntlet and Great Britain and gratuitously, and for he would have to pass from one windlass 1
a; THE American yacht Columbia has picked It up. The'ultimatum furthermore to another.I Old 'Phone 8. )jV\ 13 Hogan Stm|

t" and the British yucht Shamrock sent by Kruger was practicallya 1 have the'town expect to visit the East Coast some
have experienced great difficulty in declaration of war. A British They gotten out time the ,coming winter and will bring JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of debt bonds several
except of my model along to convince you of the
raising the wind. We have known soldier, who has fought in many
t have been retired as they foregoing facts. A patent has been
quite a few individuals who have wars, speaking to a Press Association fell due. granted.:

been in the sumo plight. correspondent- safely "All 2 They have reduced the taxes Wishing yon and your newsy pink MeMurray & Baker
paper success,
we want is for the Boers to keep
10 mills than
tt the or more one-third. I am, yours truly, ,
: IT IB stated that rida Su. out of their gopher holes and from 3 Ihve kept the streets and town J. II. ROLLINS.

; ,preme Court is now less than three behind rocks, and meet us face to in general, in good order.If The clipping referred to is as follows : 410, 412, 414, 41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

years behind with its docket, and face with the bayonet." Rudyard the above officers are reelected Mr. J. II. Rollins, of Orlando, has ,Headquarters for-

t is disposing of cases faster than Kipling pays : The British government they to further reduce shown us his device for protecting pin
propose ,
.they are coming in. What a good is for equal rights for all taxation and refund the bonded in- cold eries and or heat growing, for vegetables which he from has either made

thing it is'to have: some live, up-tQ white men from the
-date judges on the bench. besi ; their aim, the establishmentof tax. payers of this town to vote The device is very simple- and easily ,

a republic instead of an oligarchyand for the foregoing officers on Monday operated. It consists of wires tightly and Sundries."KELLY" .
stretched and attached
transversely firmly -
their vindication a new and
next. to the under side of the stringers;
\ will hold its first races of the sea- regenerate Transvaal, governed tinder these wires are placed four or five feet SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheel

son on the 15th. 16th !and) 17th of equal laws formed in open YACHT racing is apart to support the'cotton cloth pro. at short notice.
council by free men, neither cord an expensive tector or cover and run the entire lengthof
November. We wish to draw the '
e luxury, for the Columbiais the shed or slat-covered enclosure.
attention numerous northern rupted i nor coerced, representingevery said to have cost $150,000 and Metallic rods are also placed under the

friends who ore coming south'at interest in the land. These the Shamrock $125,000, besides all stringers, parallel with the wires abovementioned HAMMOND PACKING CO.

1 about that time,' to these coming things are good and desirable, andI the which pass loosely through .
recognize that it is the duty of extra expense thereto attached. "keepers" attached to the stringers at (Formerly ,The G. H. Hammond Co.)
races. The World says that the sails of distances of sixteen feet apart. At the OUR
each one of us, according to his SPECIALTIES :
these racing yachts are worth in end of each metallic rod is attached a
IT WAS quick work when an abilities, to" work, toward their at- themselves! as much as an ordinary rope which runs through a pully,, and "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco
Evansville Ind. of 18 tainment. thence to a crank or windlass which,
[ ] woman so-
;,, : When Great Britain gets possession sailing yacht. The Columbia'ssails when turned, draws the metallic rods "Coin' Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
cured divorce
a on Monday, and cost $8,000. In the
of back and
forth. with
case Running parallel hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
of the Transvaal and Orange .
r married As her
was on Tuesday. the Shamrock the cost has been the stringers are one inch square and
second husband Is 85, this 18-year Free State they will be as free as even greater, for the sails were sixteen feet long rods of wood, hinged leaf lard.

old bride doubtless regards it asher Canada and other British. colonies, woven to order from Egyptian and together: at the end. which are placed on Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
of the
wires and
with equal rights to all. The result top longitudinal are
latest-but by no means last will be watched with i interest. Sea Island cotton mixed with silk firmly attached to the metallic rods. This. compound lard, sausages

.marriage. and in consequence her big spreadof constitutes the frame or net work. and'all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Our sympathies with the
are oppressed When a shed containing' an acre of .
canvas cost $1
Uitlanders and Great Britain a square yard. land Is to be covered, strips of cotton
DESPITE the growing use of motor Besides this the yachts
carry a cloth are prepared eight feet wide and
traction, the raising horses! gives spinnaker and other light sails of two hundred and eight feet long; these WILLIAM 8ANITPLU3EnEa;

no perceptible sign of diminishing.! 'IMPERIALISM. pure silk which cost from $2 to $4a strips of cloth are placed between and CLARKE.x:

Against 218,827 horses in 1888, the yard. It is because' of the mass and parallel with the strIngers and on

,' I'' Argentine Republic has, by' the That -- is of sails to be handled that such edge top of of tne the longitudinal cloth is securely wires rastened,when one to Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

&* census of 195! 4,234,032. That imperialism costly will large crews are required, and the one side of one stringer; then the other
country now ranks third in horse- be fully shown by the estimates expense of maintaining them is so edge is of the cloth Is firmly attached to Ironwork, Pumps and Drain Pipe' Bath Tubs, Water Closets

; } rearing nations, being exceeded by which will be submitted to Congress great. the movable wooden rods which are and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
attached to the metallic rods
tf only Russia and the United States. for appropriations necessary when 'the latter are moved eight, so feet descriptions re-tinned. .
for the for the fiscal beginning
army year JACKSONVILLE i is again to the fore, by the crank or windlass the entire cover

i KUITOK F. A. MANN, of St. Augustine July 1st, {900. 'Althoughthe for she hud decided to have another is moved eight feet Thus) covering the 37 Forsyth St. near Laura Jacksonville Florid
L'' ADVOCATE learns that all the entiie enclosure Dy tinning the wind. ,
is about to.start a Gala Week In the of
monthlJ'publlcutlon metropolis
estimates of the War Departmentare lass! eight feet at the opposite end of the
entitled Sunny Lands. Florida:: reside live, up-to-dutp shed, the cover Is drawn back against --
not is .
The first Issue will be In November : yet complete enough set up merchants, and we are pleased the stringer to which it was permanently) FOR
known'to make it certain that the STOREKEEPERS TO
fastened under a water-proof UOUXUK"uttaiched !
and the -
price $1 per annum, or 15 to note they are again bestirring
agregate amount that will be asked to the side or top of the
cents a single We understand themselves with the above excellent
copy. for the the and stringer, which protects the cloth cover
'I. of' it is to bo replete with Interesting for support the coining of. session army of object in view. Titusville has had from the elements when not In use. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale Kous

' articles pertaining to the navy her Society Circus-one of the first When this device Is put working order ,

i ; East Coast, Nassau, Cuba, etc., and Congress!;!;, will reach, and probably of its kind ever held in Floridaso it can be spread within a very few minutes

we_ wish_ n _Editor_ ____p_ _Mann______. and'__0'0 _lila n', ,newt ,_ ,, 000,000 exceed the, which snug-will little be sum about of $200.$2.65. with a strong pull, a long pull, Mr.over Gee any I.pinery Russell In or Is near preparing Orlando.ten Cloth.Mosquito Ducks Netting and Georgia, made and Checks unmade and, Cottonades.fine mesh. Sandflv Coatsl Cotton:Netting, m and all fecri n"

magazine every possible success. or $2.70 and u pull altogether, let the Jacksonville acres of his home-place pinery on Lake hers, 41cts. per doz. /Show Case, old or new ones. Special! attention pall
t per capltlWar Department merchants have their Gala Ivanhoe for the Rollins device; has ordered correspondence Traveling men on the road: constantly. We only sell to deal I

'; THE full text of Florida's olllcials say the total amount Week, which we hope will be a the cloth at a cost of $1X( and corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeeper in our line
new will be considerably reduced, if the within two ,weeks will have it in place have In stock. Liberal terms and liberal. treatment.
Game Law was published in last war in the Philippines is broughtto grund success. ready for any emergency.
week's,ADVOCATE. It shows that BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.
a close before the .
appropriations -
life"fe deer and duck may be shot this are made, but that is very THE prize list for the fifteenth USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE 32, 3t, 36 West Day St., JACKSON:: YILr.E, 'U

month and continued until January doubtful, in a double sense. It is annual horse show, to be held at Stains-the best known wood preservative -

.. 31st.;' The killing of quail is not doubtful whether the war will be the Madison Square Garden, New Tuos C.Jacksonville WATTS & Co.Fla., JOHN It WALKEBT:
yet in order, but hunters can commence ended by that time, and doubtful, York, on Nov. 13th to 18th, has

their slaughter the first of even if it should be, ,whether the been issued, anti\, a copy received at -One of the anil-germ water filters Furniture, Ice Creanl Parlor]
next month, and continue until the ADVOCATE
American army on the islands can office It enumerates can bo seen working at the ADVOCATK

r Feb 28th. If you are a hunter, be materially reduced for a longtime premiums to the amount of $30,000.: office: bee ad. on 5th page. Millinery Soda "rater
and live outside the state write ,
n. ., _. to afterwards, if our present policy --------..-. -- --- --- .
A, f., Stewart: sleds or. tile Circuit ------------------------
is be
to continued.
I Every gov. Dry Goods (Fount and bottles i
;: Court, Titusville, Fla., and get a eminent which has tried to govern JMte'Z'irnrnoJl.S: : &. Fitch ,

$10 license ore you commence operations alien people by force has found it : Cigars & Tobacco}
T Notions
It will save you unnecessary expensive, and there are no reasons JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, etc. etc.

F trouble. for believing that the experienceof Grocers and Commission Merchants.DKAK "Star Building" Confectionery',.

this will dllFer in that ("at the old stand
!' country 8IR:-We quote you a few prices below, and when In need of the following article
:' you want to know something respect from that of Great Britainor end uit your orders. We make a 8l'eclalty of Mall Orders. Give me a call Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders rece P1"00)and )

L about expansion, here are some others PRIGS LIST;: careful attention Yours for business JNO. R. W.Vl.KER-

: authentic figures : In 1800, Great estt.lour.lerhbl.. ......."...... ..... .. J.MImlflitil .. Green Coffee nerlb : ........,....... ., .g. jn -- ---- -. .
''i;. had evidentlyvsome .I ..... .........,........ 2.30 Arbuckle.Coneeperlb..... ... ........, S ,12W ------ ----- ---- -
BrItain 2,012,182 square! miles.In TJIEHE are sharp 4 IM-lb. Sack.,. .. ..... ... 2ttn Tea loer Ib. ........... .. ,
E! 1899!)! it had 12,590,008!) ; business men in Maine for the Grltg, per '. .............. ....... 1./1': Lardcowl'ound.llerlb........ ......?. .3s. .OS /"fSVN. Every Home, School and Office should own
square .". !Meal ....... ........... .. i.ia iard.pure,1crlb ... .. ....:......... $y
miles. In 1800 it had, all told, but Kennebeo Journal says that a thrif. '\'hollt" t6 .'10............ 1.25, 14'' Toniatw.3-lb.r&ni, per doz ........ \bit, nWebster's\ International Dictionary'
t< ........... ........ f W
1.110 n e l'eache..3-lb.ca"*, \wr do*....,.. .... 1.00
31,417,000 population, and India ty citizen catches seals, cuts off "Oall .. ........ ..... ....... 1"''\ 1'ablel'tolWhes.S-lb: cans, perdoi......... 1.50 LITERCt1NL ENGLISH eta
i(! with 14,000,000 population was in* their noses and collects them thA II Urau" ................. 'JO CornJib.cans, t.er dos...... ''', ,.,.,.. ,110 V Biography, Geography, Fiction '
on ,, .. .......... ... rc&
Feud Meal inclc .....
tier \11'\ lUkvd Iteaiu 3-lb.caim, stet doz ..., j.00 \UJL-naYlRVy STANDARD AUTHORITY cl the U.S. Court..11 the &* !..,
: eluded. In 1899, it has a popula- bounty offered by the State in bright 0 H Meal per lack.. .. .... 1.0A Sardines, per clot .................. 43 \ X 'Couru' the U. S. Government Supreme nd of newly i .k..
Meal .............. .... sack........ __ aUlbpelJcnI5,
tiim'of Kertillier, WO'Abs\ 3.00 Sslt.2Qll.lb., per .... ... .JM Warmly commended bUW Sapcnutendeatsof ,
-111 by Scbools
,110,000, but the United which he lives. Then he collects. Hay; 'tercwt .......................? .M Matches, per irroa,... ........,....... .... 4% 2&J ducaID": "lmOllt without number. ; _
Host ................... ..oa ....
: Kingdom has but 40,200,000. Great the tails Massachusetts ngltelliea.perib C'raot-.lIoda.ll rlb. .. ........... ;.og
J goes a diets ," llama perlu .... .............,.... .10 'nl'.e.leI1l01l."el'llI.................... tu! WEBSTER'S whh Valuable Glossary of
Britain has certainly looked} alter the bounty offered there for ShsuldersPerly. ...... ...... .Aa Ginger' Snaps, ir Ib ... .iOctairoit 11I O-
! I. the welfare of her children .. Rice.)wrlbOr .......y.:...........t. 6.t: e Koap, )*..dOil.....a'a.' .... .41 COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch Words and P6risr3. wTan sA
by the tail of. e'ery"seal In xl .J..? ..
caught n ilat< Sugar,per-lb. ..... t>4 I'earllne wrdoi..,...., : } .t. M
t finding places for them to emigrate Massachusetts waters His final Toothpick Tobacco, per Ib.,*...,.\,...... .47 Putaab.I'erdol.................*.........;. .43 new, book the lartnt el.the sbridgmcntsol lbe hails a Cab' y

/ '\ to, and by opening various markets trip is back to :Maine, where he Send UI your order and make u. your rontlrnuieDt We incite correipondenre.' iUuarucd. 1 u ppcnili?,itotctoute of Yaiual.lc ooK intornmumInlcrn.tiooaL UUOVCC1tcopatei.nduruWy....
f< to the world which heretofore makes the UeTlMMOXS. x FITCH.
skin the
of seals
'l; 13, 17, It, Si South. Ocean St.. Specimen po ea,de.,of both boob acnt on apjrffcation.
were closed to all i JACKSOXA'IMJE.
foreigners. hats and FLA.
pocketbooks. tS" Spot cub buyer of Hide,Fun,Wool and Alligator Skin G. & C. MERRIAM CO.,Publisher. SprtnjfieUi: Maia. U. S.'T" /0.

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Jensen.- Tibbals.- .FE BTI L I'ZERS.

J D, Hoke has his pineapple shed Oeo. E. Andrews made' business trip
E to ,
bout complete. returned West Palm Monday.Beach last Saturday and .

I John Sorensen Is covering an addition-
I of pines and orange trees. The regular services wilt be held In

I acre L. H. Barker has accepted the the o'clock St. ,Paul's p. m. Eplscoptl church at three : SPECIAL pE-ICmS
){r Sunday next.
Ition as agent for the F. E. C. R'y at The Ladles' B

his place.R. Afternoon Ten Party met
last Wednesday at the
residence of Mrs. : TOPineapple -
and G. E. Coon have bothhuntlit
R. Rlcou Sawyer, and as usual all had a very pleas- .
launches recently-who says thate
ant time.E. ft

[ are T.not V.progressing Moore who? tried to take B. Veronee, one of our prominent H __ Q ; Ask pineapple left
growers for
the stool of repenteuce at the
of last Monday where he
expects to remain r.l
last Sabbath.
lolored baptismal on for some time if the business which he A11 ArC1.1D.d.: For't:11:1.zor": : ,

I Gardening Is now 'in order and ourLrncks expects to engage in proves satisfactory. Price $25.00.OUARANTEBD J3T" Before buying the following Materials: be sure and apply to

growers to are accumulate making the wealth necessaryreparations there- E. E. Peabody left on Sunday morn us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
Ing's train for Eau Oallie where he has hiH ANALYSIS:

rolll. had his launch laid up for several : ]\rol ture............ ............ .. .... ........ ..... .. ........ .......... ....,1 fi to' 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
water seems to be cutting fanatic months. After giving her the Ammonts..0..u...,.....'-8 to e .
High| the overhauling ho will necessary [hiH KquRt to Snlptiatfl of Ammonia: .......,*......,... ... ....................e..90to2s. BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE
freaks through country-we return home with .: Available Ptmoe .. ................... ............................. B to 6'' ,
high and dry here however, but managed Equal to Hone II'hwphate' of I.Iine..t.v>... .......,........................ It to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
have enough to baptise thirty-one her.On J'otlU'hK2 0. .... ...1...m.. ... .......................,......u 6 to 6 .,
| to the African Wednesday afternoon of last week : FgualtoSut 'hateof1'otash::.... ..;.....,.. ... ,............. ............... atoto SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
ewlY saved souls of persuasion number of our ladies and some from i: Magnesia, Lline soda, etc.. .......... ...a,.... .. .......................,..... M to 60 E-t
recently at one Beige. Ankona were invited to spend the after- [ : CST* Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, -

We wish to join the Tibbals correspondent noon at the residence of Mrs. C. O. Jan- COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASIIES.
mentioning the fact that our nock. On arriving there, much to their
in : with at low
Special Mixtures compounded machinery very 0
has been surprise they found the
I road which we understand con- Stars and Stripes I
tracted to a party to work, is so full of flying and the houso inside beautifully H .' prices.' \

and weeds that are waist high that decorated, and in the dining room the '

lit grass is almost impossible for pedestrians to table was loaded with delicacies, and Ploaso Correspond \ us ,before being induced to buy from Doalors. Send forEl i

travel; especlaly ladies with their skirts, everything nice, and in the center was
I which catch sand and alt kinds of placed a handsome cake, with the figures Pamphlet. Pi

Of course if the contract has not 28 artistically formed in the trimming,
I burs.been let, we would suggest that some represented the birthday of the hostess. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
bid that the road can be III
lone make a so Last Sunday morning the yacht Irene, ,
I made passable. We trust we can get commanded
by Capt. J. T. Waters, owner .
[ benefit of the present law without anchor Tac sovi11o Florida.:
some weighed and sailed down the \ I ,
I having to fight for it as in the past. river in front of W. II. Schrneck's pine

apple plantation, near Jensen with a ---------. -
I Have jou paid your subscription ? party of Uen'y-four on board. The I .
I If not, n'easedoso.; : party consisted of Messrs. Art and Will\ Melbourne. Eau Gallie.Gussto Lotus. I Notice.

Saeger,, Mrs. Geo. Saogor and Ron, Raymond -
_Impure water is the cause'' of much Fred"" Haymore Mr. and Mrs. Wingood left for City Point Business concerns or persons who may
I ilckness.! Remedy this by getting a fine Jennings and son Lane andll.l1fse.! all of QOODK r.OODR.-Real Estate and Joan last[ week. J. :N. Cnalkor left for Lynno, Florida, gave entered Into arrangements with one
1 filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. Ankona; Mr. land Mrs. V crone, two Air'nt for / tna. London and Liverpool and. on Saturday.A. Z. G. Dunn for an advertisement In a
daughters and son, Sam, Professor Jan- GlobeandIiiuiertal.FIro Inmiranoe. Special|,resi' Mr. W. II. Mclntyro, loft, Wednesday, L. Carter killed quite a largo hear proposed book to be called "Tho Ship
nock and wife, Mrs. E. J. Luce our genial attention dents. paid to the interests jf non for Daytona.It at the Hall grove, on'the beach, Wednesday per' and rccclvei's (Guido" should send

DeLand. postmistress, and the captain's famIly -, is said that some Merrill's Island |I to Mr. J. P.BrckwIth Tralllo Manager! ,
all of this place. The attraction to Florida!: Enst Coast Railway, :St. Augustine -
the point named was to attend the b<\I- .- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE growers have beans ready for picking.Dr Miss Maude Harden Lotus' popular FII,., their, contract with Dunn and

Quite a number of students of both tising of thirty colored people which the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Brown, of Daytona was In ,town I school teacher was riding' around town a. copy of the advertisement which\ was

I sexes, had quite a pleasant bicycle ride was.the result I of. a revival meeting! held received at the Melbourne Postofllco._..;.J. Wednesday with his little daughter Wednesday! i I to have boon )published. Any communication -

1 on Saturday morning last. py l them last week. The services were Tho yacht, Dora Capt. R. G. Hardoe, Archie Chambom, of Oelll'I1I1II1hall: -, on this subject addressed\ Mr.[
Katherine Walker, who has been conducted by three ministers in such a Mrs. J. T. Hood, of Ganaveral'l is visiting arriving here Wednesday morulng, from rented land In Lotus, and! will plant Deckwlth will\ receive prompt attention.
Miss manner that great credit is due both her mother, Mrs. : IDS on. Sebastian.To big vegetable: crop. 11.1 I
I and few
the sick list spent a days at
on them and their followers. The writer is -Take note of the election notice for
I her home, at Stetson, Is now, resuming compelled to say that the sight was a very "Dr. II. D. Drown and little daughter visItors make sure that this locality\ would R. C. Creek returned home from Nassau the town of Titusvlllo on our 2nd page.If .
| her studies again. picturesque one. The foaming waves Ernesta of Daytona were pleasant. have enough rain for once, it rained Tucuday; his many friends wore- .
the shore dotted with to town last Tuesday.The :. steadily all day Monday. glad to see him back. I
The orders for the uniforms for the washing on sandy ? you want good results you will
I boys of Stetson University have been the beautiful palms and other tropical Christian Endeavor Society gave The schooner Ollvetto left hero last II. D. Booth has a very fine crop of tomatoes find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising -
i taken, and the suits are expected to be trees and pineapples in the rear, and a most enjoyable Ice cream social at week with a load of lath and lumber for and .eggplant. Mr. Booth has medium.
here in two or three weeks. under the shade of the waving palms Hoto| Carleton last Saturday night. shedding purposes at Sowoll's Point the best crop In Lotus.
were large clusters of people both whiteand'colored -- -
President J. F. Forbes, of Stetson University \ which numbered Into the :Miss Helen Miller\ left here last Sun- Rev Mr. Lane came over from Banyan Tho Sharp brothers and .John Chalker, "

is the right man in the right hundreds, and near the place up where the day evening for Grant where she will on Monday, In Mr. McMillan's yacht, of Ocala arrived in town last week and 'l lie ::13Ire'..veryI11YlVert ;
and he does all in his power to teach the public school Her friends expect to In trucking
place, stake,was placed for the emersion were Dream, receiving quite a baptism on the engage
make all the students feel at home. wish her success. ,.' ( !' Hay St Jacksonville,
anchored numbers of boats of various way. Mrs. R. C. Creech and children, and

The ADVOCATE ,was much In evidenceIn kinds loaded with white spectators, and Miss Mary Bowyer has pone to Dartow Miss Jackie Rice, of Titusvlllo, who Miss Susie Gladwin, of Banyan, were in FINE
this go-ahead town this week, and it surely was interesting to see the three to attend school. Miss Mary's bright has been visiting at Rosoland came up town shopping last Wednesday,

McFarland's big ad. on 3rd page was colored ministers and their assistantsand face will bo much missed among her on Tuesday's train, and is visiting the. Wines Liquors and Cigars,
read with much interest by our orange thirty candidates for baptism all little friends. family of Capt. Houston. ,
dressed In white robes and caps, march PROTECTION FOR 'ORANGE Anheusor'Buscli Extra Palo
growers. Frank Robertson is pitting the finishing on Draught.
the Indian and Eau
out to the The water along
places designated some one
Miss Helen II. Harriman, lady principal hundred feet or more from the shore. ; touches to the inside of Hotel Carleton, Gallie rivers Is steadily going down but TREES. Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally
of Chaudoin Hall, is a very charminglady After the ceremony was over the ladies getting It in first-class order for his the back country is still Hooded, being Tho bust of Service:! nnd a pleasant quiet

and Is well fitted to the position on tho Irene, of course much against the guests the, coming winter. kept HO by Monday's rainfall.., Illy; Orderi for Tent., sesort. JOAN MUNCH, Mgr.

she now holds. Miss Harriman is. also wishes of the gentlemen, spread the two Last Tuesday evening Capt. George Conductor Donaldson, of-the F, E. C. Mr. W. McFnrland, who has beenin
!in German and .
Instructor Spanish.Mr. tables in the large cabin to overflowingwith Phillips took the following party on a )
R'y, has been In this neighborhood the DoLand since last Saturday returned I' L. Turbyllll
a lunch fit for a king, but as chairs moonlight sail In the yacht Syble: The had .
and Mrs. Charles Campbell of past week with the work train, repairing homo yesterday, saying ho taken ,
Sanford who have been spending abouttwo were a little short they decided to serve Misses Llllle Robertson, Annie and Jessie damages caused by the recent! storm orders for over $!),000 worth of his

weeks her, left the first of the lunch in the spacious cockpit under a Ooodo, Mrs. R. W. Goode Dr. L. A. tents to protect orange and other trees. Limy Feed and Sale Stables
E. Krrdell for resident
Mrs. some a
Allen ,
waving canopy where the soft southeast Peck and Mr. Campbell. years ,
the first him order
week for home, after seeing their son, left Among to give an
of this
trade wind had full and it Is neighborhood Wvdnes;
Charles, safely placed in Stetson University. a sweep Mr. and Mrs. I.. D. Lockwood and for Pa where she will\ was Prof. J., F. Forbes, of the Stetson
useless to say that we all did justice to daughter, Miss Marguerite, have gone to day treading, University who will have nearly all hit I have some of the finest horses and
make her home for some The )boysare
the elegant lunch and on arrival home tlme.. round
Miss Elsie Smith, daughter of the Hon.n. all expressed themselves as delighted Atlanta,school.where Miss Her Marguerite friends Intendsto will left to keep house.. trees the tents.University covered wi11uMcFarland's carriages In this section of the country.

J. Smith, of Pompton Lakes. N. J., with the trip and voted for a duplicate.Send miss enter her this winter,many but will look for Mrs. Trultt, of Melbour'nostopped The DeLand Supplement) says that on Cull and see me. Reasonable rates.

expected to enter Stetson University her return next spring with pleasure. over Sunday with IMl's. Watts on her return Saturday afternoon the weather was
at this place for another term. This [ the ADVOCATE an order for any from a visit to Birmingham: Ala. most unpropitious for the exhibition of P. L. Turbyfill,
will be pleasant news to her many friendsat need. Tad many Melbourne friends of Mr. Trultt 11ad fl'Ollt.l1l Bir
job printing you ] Mrs. says they. orange true protectors on the grounds of "
the above institute. Thomas E. _James of St. Petersburg, mlnJham.beforll she left. the University Notwithstanding this. Waynesyllle, North Carolina.

The football team, of Stetson Univer- W-We would esteem the favor if our traveling auditor of the Plant System him, AsHtsstant Superintendent Fuller of however, there wore over a hundredorange Sinn
wish to extend congratulations to
last and the readers, when writing or calling upon : growers and others present. During -
sity was.organized week and his happy bride and wish them all the Railway mall service was a passeufcer -
members be our advertisers to purchase merchandise, the showers the spectators took
are practicing dally so as to
the steamer Silver\ King last Friday
the of this life. Mr. James was on ,
would mention the ADVOCATE. joys Elizabeth Hall which HAND MADE TANKS
In good shape to meet any team that etc., married to Miss Annie Lummus Mont- visiting Nathan on business aPnnoctodwith refuge ]in } was ,
should challenge them. Kingan Hodg kindly opened for'their use by Dr. Foibcs.
Banana. River mall service.
and left
brook Oct. 12lh, on honey HAND MADE
son, of Eau Gallle, is captain, being elected The McFailand ,tout was the only
by his many friends. Georgiana. moon trip, for Merletta, Ohio. Tbclr Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Bryan and Miss protector that attracted attention. A HONEY AND SYRUP IUIWELS,
future home will bo in St. Petersburg. Kate Bryan after a pleasant visit to rel- tent that had more or less merit, the Invention .
Among those from the' East Coast of Mr. James was station agent at Melbourne 1- As good as the host and as cheap as timecho.tpest.
atl 'ell here left, Tuesday, for their of a Mr Moore, of Bartow, was .
Florida, who are attending Stetson University Capt. Angel, Messrs. Cory and Tuttle over four years ago: and was home at Miami, Intending to make a pitched over ono'of the trees, but as no warranted. '
for another term the following Horti Saturday trading always popular with our people.If Machine I made barrels for sale, but not
are were over from very short stop at Fort Pierce on their way one was present to sing Its praises or to
: Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, Cora home. explain its workings It attracted but wan'anted.'f
Next Saturday and Sunday Is quarterly \ ,
Toibcrt Ltlla Sunders Erwlnna Caul- bargains search of
'are i In lltilu attention.
den, and Messrs. Marvis Thomas Fred meeting invited at to(Georgian attend the; everbody services.iscordially read the you ADVOCATE columns carefully. Mr and Mrs H. S. Keallinfcr and family The McFailand tent was most favorably Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla.
of St. Augustine were guests of
Travis ,
Claude Walton, J. K. Hodgson / commented the
on by orange growers
and Capt, and Mrs Nt'uhltt, n day or so last
LeSuer Gaulden. Darnes Sanders and another, man have of whom 'It evident .
out our road for the last Rockledge. week, making u pleasant trip to Cocoa, prellcnt-lIIl1n was FILTER YOUR
Drcka's one of the finest and largest been working were Inclined to favor the shed WATERAND
week. They are doing a good job of per steamer Oliver Klnir! ou Thursday of niotecllon.
stores in UeLand has recently started a Mr, Koalhoferlrt assistant general freight plan
millinery department, on the second work. J..S. 'oats left Tuesday on a business agent of the F. E, C. R'yf Tho McFailandtent It an Ingenious AVOID ''DANGER
floor of their building\ and expects to Mrs. [Hall aI1l1c1i\uCht.t'r. Mrs. Fish, were trip to U.myan. arrangement! of arms, working on an
carry a fine and select line of goods. visiting) Vuntlo lIu hell" Thursday It U rumored bulb the Gilbert family axis, supported over the center of the<< ,.
This store has a tine stock of groceries, aftermon,1111(1 Miss Myrtle Baldwin'also: At the gun shoot last FIIday'tho medal I will not return to Florida thin winter, true It Is proposed protect by a beam, -- - -' - -- '"-

clothing and millinery, and Is up-to-date called on her Friday. was won by Edmund: Simmons, his score' and are making preparations\ to occupy which In turn U supported by two up No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Residence
In every respect. being twenty-three. their house at D.iyton Ohio. Their absence right set on either side of the tree
Mrs Chambers was taken quite sick will be much felt In small 'be folded! and aroundthe
Mr. and Mrs.( C. W. Harrison returned very our The tent can over should be without the Antl-
Visitors to DeLand should not tail to Saturday moinlng. She was already to their In community where Miss Gilbert and her tree I In a few neeotuU, and tno{ onerntlon -
bring their wheels with them, as. the go to Cocoa on the Spartan: when she Monday from summer outing talented brothers have always been depended of opening) the tent Is oven quicker.The I Germ Water Filter.
roads around here are the finest to be very suddenly became III, and had to New Jersey. upon for the success of .11 Hal is ; cloth material; from which the tent
[found anywhere In Florida. When riding postpone her trip until\ Home other day Miss Daisy Hardee/ returned Saturdayfrom social U made Is chemically treated so as to I

tile you might think you were north, as John Frolick (Jack/ as he was called a' tliree weeks' visit with Mrs. E. mako It water and mildew proof Mr
country Is so rolling and hilly. The on his to Canadaa N. Dimrnick, at West Palm Deach. Mel<'ar1and 'gunniulces the tent to last
streets by his ) was way Sebastian.
are kept in excellent condition, sailing vessel, and Is felt here to the unveil years with proper treatment, and
and they have short time ago on a :Much interest as
a thorough he believes it will\ last Ice that
sys tv.
tem. the captain sent him out on the bowsprit appointment of 'a new postmaster, Two says
to perform some duty, when a huge petition have been circulated-one for Harry Sample returned here Sunday. length of 1 1 mo.

Prof. J. F. Forbes of Stetson University wave washed him overboard and he was Joseph Paxton, the other for J. L. While the tent itself would perhaps
Charles In Saturday
H J. was our berg,
the tree and fruit buds against
the winter protect
expects to have about $2,000 wOI.thof.lents never seen again. He spent )V\1Mon.\
ordinary colt), It would not bo siifllclontlicaH
placed his
this winter the order over being orange:; given to grove Mr, here a few years ago. The vard of II. J, Smith In South A largo lot of (lull are shipped from w. II. McFarlandx of Titusvlll Mr. Dr. G. W. Holmes came down Saturday Rockledge is being transformed IntA a hero dally have hud of lucent )'eal'l. A simple, but f
has several other orders to to see his patients! aud call on some "thlll of beauty" under the skillful effective oil stove ousting fifty or sixty
n"I.'arland. anticipates to sell about $10,000 of his! friends He spent the night$ at superintendence of A. J>. Hatch. The Mr. Stacey returned to Fort Pierce on cents, has been designed, which, when I

tents to different near "Uncle lIu hle!;'," and made some call Smiths are expected very noon. Sunday night. lighted, will ratio the temperature twen-
Jwthof. in the morning. Mr. Weinlng took him The hunters who were on the westside Rnv Lane went down> t.o Fort Pierce, ty or thirty dugiuen. In'a short time,
ere.W. across the river to meet the northboundtrain Tuesday. Tho matter of cost was, of course, one .
last week the St. John's to
H. [McFarland of the which ho took Titusville. The of tho of the Interest to
orange prokctini Items greatest
have risen! about eight feet they also Water being clear and sparkling Is no
scheme, with headquarters at TI- doctor Is a very busy man, and is considered L, C. Moore, of rclldoune: Inn, was the urango grower, Mr McFarland
U8vllI')! ; was In DeLand from Saturday one of the most successful physi "report game scarce and snakes plentiful, here, .Wednesday. r.: stated thai hit plant for manufacturing proof It 1 III pure. Well or old tern water
and malarial
moccasins [ full fever
lI'ltil having killed twenty-two none that It of typhoid
Wednesday accompanied by R. E. iu this section of the country the teats not In full operation
clans Faber Bros have moved Into one of the was yet: be clear.
lims of the above place, and I: Voss but would be) this week, and until he germs may perfectly
wife and little Hudson water
of for W. Drummer cottages.I'rud. In drinking or cooking
Mr. J. your
Enterprise. hat for several
The Powe who he could
purpose after- Louise got things working smoothly
$ aulved home Saturday muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It .1
Md"arland' came to DeLand, was to daughter, extend to years been art instructor in Well Col. Tiiter hat twenty llvft' regular not name: exact prices for thn tents. He
friends from all earth sand Insect or slime,
exhibll this' the covering; au orange tree, them noon. a Their warm many welcome, with the wish I Il'geurora, N. >'., writes that the will scholars attending school .. gave, however, the following approximate It the water you use bad smelling or Il i
Perversity done in time grounds of l Stetson that their wedded life may be long and upend the holidays at her Kockledge:; Mrs. George Russell expected. home prices: tasting ? It l U too much trouble to clean .?
"umuei and witnessed by a large The Bruner brother and their home. Mis' Pqwe spent the summer from Boston, this week For a tent 7x8 feet-that U seven feet out the cistern or well as otten at should l
of orange growers and business \\ vacation abroad. high and eight feet In clicumfeicnce house stable j t
"> bad pleasant family be P It the drainage from ,
enMao" was as full of jokes as families a'ery II. K. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 *).: to tl.OO; 7x12: feet, f7.33: ; 1:2x14: water
sister at who arrived hero last
when ho gathering with their Felix Devlin, JnvlteJ. or privy dangerously near your
was with the circus and he o'clock; everybody feet, {10.00.
J, W. and wife went died to us to make anxious
thoroughly Hughes' Monday. week from I'lttsburg, Wednesday supply, you
many explained every point to theonlookers. to Cocoa, Tuesday, and wll\\ remain a morning at the house of his uncle, Chas Messrs Nelson and Dllyer, of Jacksonville Mr, McFarland\ hat been here all this Have you halt) tyiihoid or malaria lo your t t
A number of timeflewieatof week and hat been busy taking ordetifor
largo housekeeping in town Tnewlay\ and realized that the water "
few days; then they will begin Devllq. Young Mr. Devlin) was a uHerer were hit Invention from those family lately
I quite essfromt"Jack at once In their own beautiful from consumption, and had corne to try Work will be resumed on the Inlet this of Ingenious who able to I used may be responsible for It ? Then
Frost, !If the avlnp home, where they will be at home to the Florida climate for the winter, but week and pushed right along. them.our growers are buy get a LITTLE: mOWN JUQ FILTER
People of this flourish The ADVOCATE south he at Itt popular price, and are
lag l little their friends after the 20th. on bin way was exposed to i you
r tti 8cheme town would only investigate follows them Into their new home; disagreeable weather and contracted W. A. Louder will hold services here safe. It will remove Impurities.

than nt time, they would find, that in less in fact, the first number was there to pneumonia, which caused his death morning and evening next Sunday, --Drink pure filtered water and keep jyThey are very cheap, and will

nov ca. just, the they same would' have had four orangoJh welcome them. when they arrived there Since Ills arrival here he has been under Capt. Hardee, W. A. Louder and Stanley healthy. See those fine filters for tale by last life-time.. When writing for In. i
as they or the care of Dr. Hughlett, and has had Hitching visited Titunvllle this week Claude Walton; agent, Tltutvllle. formation please Inclose stamp. All orders
ae:tars alto.-,. It Is quite surprising to careful nurslnur l but all to !
ROOFINO-Cbeap and the mp.t nq -- \ ---:- mutt be accompanied by ,

I COm than log ever out, but tbe'Jt'I'o"el they would around look here better art IRONPHALT durable. Quickly C.and WATTS easily\& Co.j put, on. avail.nephew Mr., and Devlin much was sympathy' devoted felt'to- for hit foot, Mr steel George flag Rlla pole ell, lias to .replace.received the a old 76 -Please'wrlto us whenever you fall to For fulll'aftieulnr., apply to the agent {s' t
McFarland' 'tents receive the ADVOCATE.!: I Ic
WALTON Titusville Tla.
*"aced over them daring the cold spells Jacksonville Fla. him In hit bereavement. wooden one. CLAUDE ;



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SUCCESSFUL.4 Treatment Pop flonp. Florida Central & Peninsular
Edwin Wing gives this treatment fo: Railro

: who raises fruits:, roup: One-fourth teaspoonful of cayenne IiTP S

pepper mixed with milk am
vegetables berries o;:r ,
poured down the throat In six boon Time Table In Effect Jane 11, 1809.

grain, knows by cxperiena e give another dose. The two doses generally x. f

If the importance of having. ;L The following English remedy foi 3 e _...c: .. .. .: .
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large of'Potash roup In A mild form Is recommended 2:3: A ;(:t; i?:qw 1= NORTHERN POLYTB. : R= =i.(Afk! I i. ;
percentage Im
Sweet oil, two parts} crude carbolic 'O -J- do I S ,
acid, one part. With a camel's bah 63ii$ 14.Sp Lv Titunllle FEC Ar. 3 00p _I.
brush paint the nostrils of the affected 114.'Ia ... ... 820p L.... Augustine Ar ....., 1030a I
...... <43fp< :! ..... II 20a 74'11' L..J.ckllon1'lIle..Ar ..?.. 90011 ...... 74/1' Q i
bird. One application generally cures. ...... 11201' .. 900a.:: : ::: 8\p: L..yulee. .Ar .. ... 81811 ...r? 86',1' 910a ;
It causes the birds to throw oft. the ...... 680p : ..:. 931\a.. .. 90r'I' ArFernnndlna..L1: ?.... 7iI\a...... '
.IOaoa. 966p 'r..Everett..Ar. ...... 8110a biep'' 311al..I.;
mucus, when recovery Is rapid. :::::: .TWp.. ... ::: : 1l3l'J& ..;..: ..... .Ar... runl"lck. ..L.. ...... 1I3Oa .:.., 4110)>1...... .,....
Our plan has always been when roup ...... ... 1227" ... IlI\1)p Ar..8avannab. ...Lv ...... 64.1& ...... 31r.1") .... ..?.
.. .. .... 8oopI2311p :: ...I1I1I1aL..8avannah..Ar...,.. lions 114 .....
in his fertilizers. If the fertilizer .. 2MII. ...
I visited our flocks, to cut off the bead ...... ...... 933p 220p ..:.., IMa Ar. Falrfax.8 C..L.... ...... boos 830a .. .....
of our patient and bury, the carcase 1030p 3041' .......242& .Denmark.SC ...... 308& lOal1210a" ....
is too low in Potash the It lose ;;;::: :::::: .......9311p ...... 8Ma' AugaetaGa. :: .,.... .. ... 1120a :::::: ..
pays far better to a few individual ( ...... ...... ...... <438p< ...... 436a Columbla.8.C. ...... 247a....,.. 1035a ..... .'".
harvest is sure to be small anc specimens no matter how val ..,... ...... ..... .......... 112\a! "SpartanbnrgSC",. ...... 1l00p ....... .... ...... .....
uable they be than to endanger ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... t4np \". Aehev111eN.C. .. ..?.. 2o6p ...... ...., .....
may ...... ...... ...... Stop ...... 900a' Charlotte. N C ...... 101Jnft".. 81.'Ia ...... ""
of inferior quality. whole flock of birds. Cure colds, no ...... ...... ...... 1010p ..... 1041a Salisbury,N. C. ...... 26p ...... 8411 ... .. ..".
matter bow slight In their earlier s 'r .io..' ...,.. ..,...I127p ..:... 11 lOp "Greenlboro La'N C" ...... ..."' ...... .. '
Our books tell about the fertilizer I fo ...... .... .. .... ....... 30p Danville ...... 80.P ...... 11430a........ ..
proper I stages and roup need not be feared. ...... ... ... .. 16COa .... RlchmondVa. o ..... Boon ...... llOOp ...... ..
for all crops, and we will gladly send then I A Few liens. .... :..... ...... 62CO& .:.... 321P It Lyncbbur/t.Va. ...... ...... 2M/I ...... .....
/rtt to farmer, ...... .. .... ...... 4150& ...... 6 p.". Charlottesville ...... .2 15p ......
any I ...... ...... ..:... 1Ma ...... washington I' .. ... 161 .::::: li2l" ...... ."..4
.. ... .... ...... 91211 ..... 112t1P.. Baltimore ........ 942a .... : ..... ......!
GERTUN KALi'WORKS, Glorious News ... .. ...... ...... II m$ ...... 266a l'hlladplphla ....... 720a.....: 1122/111. ... .".
1 93 Nassau St., New York. ...... .... .. ...... ...... .82311 :New York .........216a .... ...,... ..001
!' hits Comes, I. T.from lie Dr.writes D. B.:Carglle"Four, of bottlesof Was- ................ ..... 203p...... .... 300p "......Bolton......" ... ... 6001' ....;: boos'..... .".'..001..

82Oa.. .. ... ..... T 4bp Ly .Jacksonville Ar ..... ...... ......
KIRWIN POULTRY FARM.A Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer Tri-'cckly Sailings 10Ma ? .J. 911II1' Ar.... Everett I... Lv ...... ...... .. .. 8 T41..
__ of scrofula, which had caused her great HOp :::::: :::::: ::;:.: IIO/'Ja./ .... Atlanta.... :: ... .......... ..?.... liMp a.aiI
suffering! for years. Terrible sores would 720p .. .. .:.... .. 92l1a ..Chattanoo ..................... ..
A Plant That Produce ronltry sad I break out on her head and face, and the ..... ..,'.. ...... ... ... 7.....i'. II ....Cinclnnat.. It .... .. ...... ...... I.610p.... ..L
Kitum For the Uenerai Market be tdoctors, could give no help but her BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. --:::

About 12 miles west of Boston nearthe cure is complete and her health} is ex No.For 34 makes New Orleans connection trail for 'eaves Brunswick Jacksonville arriving Jlrnngwlck 9.-20 a."m.,11 with:%a.throneh m. ; sleepers,

enterprising manufacturing city olWaltham cellent. This shows what thousands New Orleans 7:40: a.%m. (,.J1 through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from SewQ u
Is located the Klrwln have proved-that Electric Bitters is the leans:OS: p. m.
poultry best blood puiifler known. It's the supreme (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

farm, owned and managed. by Mr. remedy for eczema, totter, salt Nos.35 and 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clnclnma

Walter J. Klrwln. rheum, ulcers bolls and running sores. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Sleeper.via 33 and Asheville..Yoe 34 carry. through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York' In connection tort
Mr. Klrwln began poultry raising: It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, 8 and 13 and 7 and" with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
years ago and luis gradually developed I expels poison, helps digestion builds up .36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta ml
the r.o Sold Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
It lutonn extensive and profitable business strength. Only cents. by All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tlcht
4 F. S. Chatlee., druggist. Guaranteed. office,202 Slogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
devoting his time and farm to. The Clyde. New England. and f Southern Lines/! L.. :A.SHIPSIAN,.A. O.P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,DIs.Pass.Agt., 202 W Bay ftN
this occupation. He Is what we call e, A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.
"bread and butter poultryman," meanIng Professional Cards.QBOBOB Direct Service Between .

'S by that term a man who deriveshis I ;

living entirely from bis poultry. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
Such men are rather M. ROBBIES.' WALTIB: 8. ORAHAM.TJOBBlNS ,
scarce. Poultry '

raising is generally not the only occu & GRAHAM, (Calling. at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ..a 5puthernmRailway,
patron and hens are generally a side s
!Issue: to farming Various trades or a ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS : .

A' profession. Mr. KirwIn deserves all OFFICE HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m. Southbound...................... ..>..'..:...........from Lewis Wharf, Boston : '

S his success. He Is a Yankee straight and 2 to 4 p. m. Northbound...... .....'....'.., from. foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville : ,- ;;

t through, earnest energetic and a pusher TITCSVILLB, Brevard Co.. Florida.
with the keenest;: Judgment that P. O. BOX, 108.

eral.Will practice In all the courts-state and fed Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

if* Special facilities for examining and perfect Excellent Service Out of Florida. I.
IF" ,
Jacksonville Falatka !Sanford: ,Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the.St.John's River. / NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH
: ...... ,
:" ',.y.., o"rya. '"D. MURG1IISOX," .'
CAPT. W.: A. SHAW.Leave .

,, .... .'. k. -:- on the (Dentos) Jacksonville 8::00 p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays.Leave PULLMAN: DRAWING BOOM CABS, THOBOUQHFUU

( tfanfortl S:KM a: m.,:Mondays,and. Thurs:'aye. COACHES, VESTIBULED XBAINS.
!'' )fRo Krrc IN'S FOWLHOOSE. Now at Palm. Beach .

shows how to turn towarda '
everything Ge Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.
+ profit. Doing nearly all his own D.L.. OAULDEN, NEW- YORK. AND. FLORIDA. EXPRESS.. .. ; "
work he has been able'to learn by experience Throwgb Veat1buJed Draw nc-Room Sleepin, Can between- Tampa sad Xrr Toe\
the best and most ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, W. H. WARBURTON. T. P. A.; (I'.1\I.IRO 1\IO GERJR..Fla. PUI..Ajtt., Via Jaolraoavlll...B.vasnah and C.htmbla; w thoni oUlage."UNITI3D .
economical B Bowline Green,New York. I 204 West Bay St..Jacksonville Fla. "
methods for his business. It Is just Will practice In all the Courts of the State C. P.LOVELL, ..lIst. Fla Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent -. "
Jacksonville Fla. | Foot STATES FAST MAIL.I
Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla.
this fact of being right with the hens M Florida and the United States Courts. THEO., O. EGKR. T. M.. S Bowling Green, New York. '

s and the ability to quickly determine 1. U Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. WM. P LYDE CO., General Agents' Via Pnllma. flavanaaa DrawinrBoom and Columbia Buffet 8lMpbac. Can. between. Jaok onvllle and New! Tirt
causes and results that form such an Honey to Li>an. 18 B DowlingOreen.New York 19 So. Delaware Are., Philadelphia.

essential part of the life of prosperous Embracing
Lynchburg, Charlpttesvllle,
,, poultry raisers. GOLDSMITH, Washington I Baltimore and
M. :
The poultry buildings are located on

; a gentle slope of ground and are pro- Florida East Coast Ry. ." ..antiDrawing.Boom 81pta Cr- .** ,Maooa, AUaati,, CbatUaeon Ml
;:' tected on the north by a steep rocky A ITGKNEY-A'f-LAW, ,

hill well covered with forest. The plant ItiiBville < TIME,TABLE: NO. 31, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
'consists'of a main building 400 feet In Florida.

+, length and several smaller ones. In SOUTH BOUND (ReM Down NORTH BOUND (Bead Up). Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevlllc, Through the

the center of' the plant is the feed- J. WEBB o or
'f L ,
t" house two stories high', with a cellar ''I L. tksuit y Ji.e DaI1J STATIONS. Do1Iyy .0:0.,.. '. "LAND OP THE SKY."
a. In the cellar the and boiler "
are engine ,' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, p ftSOa Eeave........................ Jacksonville .........................ArriveArrive 7tOp16p is Daily Limited Trains For CiaaiaaatiVU
used for pumping water Into a large 6p loaoalOOOa ....................... St. Augustine .......................Leave /29p 9111 Everett
tank in the attic holding 800 gallons. Will practice In the Courts of the 7th .alp Leave....................... 8t. uruatba. :............ ........Arrive << 940a
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents I7p 111 I lOa .,................ ........JiI..u.fI.:.. ....... 4..4..........LeaveArrtT lOOp 1104 For
Power Is also used for grinding feed and rents and accounts collected ....:.:;:1 1p i a .. .. Palatka '...'. .. . ... .' I..." ..L*ave 4 any twat detNl.dintormatfon of the 80IITgaaN IUn."AT w to alas or, its sok.dnla ooaneatl.aa l1eepln ear re..rvat1ae lie. wnIt"
r bones etc. Steam Is utilized for cookIng I [ 11 Ota Ltoa"e .. ... ...1..... .. Palallra :... .... .... ..... .......Arrive x Ida- .
the feed (morning mashes) and to Titusville, Florida' P rrlv....... ... .... .......... Ban Mallo. .. .. .... ............... ?.... '
warm part of the house when used to i .... ; Leave ... ..'.... ............,8an Uateo ...... ... .. ...._ ._ .......Arrive T B. W. BUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, :213 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Ira
raise young chicks.' T O. FRIES.0. .'B.COUNTY Up i1 1Aa............................ last Palatka........................Le.". 6 ::; 8 4a. ..1. If. OULP. .
T49p U bop ................._....... Ormond .......................... 847p836p T13aTla V A. TURK, 8. H. HABDVICI
The first floor is partly a granary jtep IWp ." ............. ...:._...... Daytona........ ................ .. Traffle Maaacer Qen. Pass. Aft., tut Gan. Pall AAtlanta...
and contains the bone and grist mills SURVEYOR. ioep f 11 118p 4 ................ ........Port Orange... .......... .. .... is ,8S8p etla80a Washington D. a Washington D. a ,Ot
.!lip ........................ Hew Smyrna.....................:.. 806p
etc. On the second floor are an office Land legally surveyed and subdivided 'Up J22p: ........................... Oak Hill....,... ..-.............. :J22p Aprllio,1899.
' and a' room for general storage. liIQP lOOp ........................Tituirille ........................ Kip! JOlla
Mapping, neatly done. Estimates for ...... 15O, .........................City Pofn1......................... a 1 lsp: ......
i The main building Is' divided Into ...... I&lp .a. ............................ Cocoa ............................ .. 1 f7Tp ..... .
12 feet wide and 10 feet long/ ill kinds ,of engineering works. DIsputed ...... 841p ......................... Rocklodge.......................... ii 104p ...... ,
pens ...... 4 lip: a ......................... EanUalile......................... IJBSpU48a .....ww.
rr opening Into each other by doors In the line! a specialty .... 4 Sip ...,.................... Melbourne ......................... ,M 12 Up ...... MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
partitions near the windows. These ...... 467p601p .......................... Ro eland ......................... a ...... .
TITU8VIU.:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ...... a.n.n..n......... Sebastian....................... .. 1148alOBSa .. ... "
doors han? on spring hinges and open ...... 162p a.. .......................... St. Lucie .......................... .. .... ,
cither Thus foot .of spaces .... <61< &p641p ......................... Fort Pierce M...................... It 104lSa ......Ma. Florida, New York,
way. every W. ALLEN, ............ .......... :....&tea..t. ...............,........ lOOSalOCOa Philadelphia and Boston.
s In use by the 'fowls, and It seems GEORGE 1r /48p' .............!...... .......J.nsen"....... ................t. t
more economical and almost as convenient .. .............. .... .-r Stuart... ................... ,1501I" From Brunswick (direct),to New York.
a117 fillip\/ .............:::....:. Hobe Bound........................ I Ida Dolly
,S as having a long passagewayor ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. E tTn ........................ West Jupiter ........................ 007< PASSENGER SERVICE.
hall cut oft from the pens. At any West '. Florida. ,lip ............... .....'West Palm Beach ..................... To make connections with steamers leave Jack onvlll
this of the doors Is used In Key t. SOOp .a. ......,..,.....,.. ......" Boy.tonDelray ........ .................. Btd.l hI on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m.,via Fernandina and "Gov.Saffonil
rate plan S 48p ............ ........ ........ ............ 7 67a (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick:30pm. Jltnner
In the United States
many successful long poultry housesIn Will practice Iola 987p1090p ......................FortLsuderdale...................... T07a024a ii route. Or, vlaall rail leaving Jacksonville 8.20: a. ra. (ty I god State Courts. OjunOST5 Ida ........ .... ......... Lemon City ,.......... ..;......... a. ft&S & P.). via Everett and Southern R'y. Passengers taking su,
this section. There are three good 146110BQ! Arrive.............. ...... ,...,. Miami......"................... BlfiaBKTWKKN 880> per aboard steamer that night.
sized windows to each pen the Bashes I OKAM.K
V sliding up and down. This really ,' ALPH: SMITH, M. D. oa o A IONS No. PROPOSED SAILINGS
makes the entire front of glass considerably 1
'more than can be found inmost PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i Sopp Ii 21.r.........,,.i........... Lake Helen.............:.. ......;...Li 121Op /1402p 1O 1 Lv,New York Pier 21 E. R.; 3:OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brun wlc|

modern henhouses, but Mr. Klr ................... Orang. City..... .,. ? .,. ........ UUOII 424p Friday Sept lAMPASAS .. .................. ... .Frldav.Oc\ "'
Specialist In Genlto, Urinary and Rectal 4 U6p 11 {b. Ar.......... .. ...Ann a Cli Junction? .,.. l1 5aAll / 16Q Friday: Oct.. 6 .......'.... ,.. COLORADO...."...""."........ ... 'Vth ay, M
win claims this has proved quite satisfactory trainsTxnwxm New bmyrunVnil rouge City Junction Dally eic.pt Bunday.ItKTWfKN Friday, 13. GRANDE...:......... .......... .....Friday' M
:_ even in the coldest weather. Diseases. mUSVll.LK AND iiANKURI). Friday, :so.....COLORADO.,,.,". .......,..,..... .. .. ,

T' stock Is mostly Barred Plymouth For general information railroad agent or to
.V17 Forsyth Street. o. I STATIONS. Nail steamers trains rates etc., apply to any .
ItocUs, selected''' for, practical ......".Titunville...............Ar aap. BASIL GILL, S. A.,220 W.Bay St.JacksonviIeH : j
rather than fancy points. There are JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.rR. ... .......................................LvTUUaLv l1p H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
: ........., 0'teen. Uira
about 25 hens and 2 males In each pen. 11:1&1" ....... ...,........... ........ .. C. H. N. Y.
.......,....,...,.,..,,,.,..,. .J!Dterprl. .. 1I8ta MALLORY General Agent Pier 20, E. River and 888 Broadway
About 000)( ( females and 40 males are u. II PEE E, ....kait.rrise Junction,.................. MAr 11fia!
kept during the winter and 1,000 ..... 8Ua ..,>.uford....... U 00.

chicks are raised every year. EYE, EAR, .NOSE 'and THROAT. All trains l-tw Hn Tlfusviile and Sanford Dotty except Bunday.

r'' ', lug lIeu and power rearing.Is used As entirely to Incubators for hatch-he 6(58( Cherry Street KEY WEST AND HAVANA. PLANT SYSTEM

supplies every year about 12,000 eggs Macon, Oa. 'Tbe lIu'am.ra. ol the Florida East Coait (AteaiuitUlp Company are appointed te suil ae followed

Is' to customers using machines but 8IJI' STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. .

yet has not adopted them saying he Met. DANCY D. D. L.
I' has n'ot the time ormoney' to experiment w If you are going anywhere, whether |It be to the
Leave Miami Sundays and "'ec1n Key West and Thar-
and knows what be counted Mond.'J
can Graduate of Philadelphia College of day.. Leave Key West Mondays and Thursdays; Arrive :' iMias uid North South East .
l on from natural methods. Barrel with J'r t: lath fronts are used for coops and it Surgeon, class 187'! Perfect operations NOKTJIBOOND. .
Is see hundreds of promised. Hardline Block corner Bay Northwest Southwes]
It'I, a queer sight to Leave HavMnt Tuesdays and Fridays( ; Arrive Key West Tuesdays a.d Friday or
'S these scattered all over the grassy! and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Leave. Key AV""t Tu.-. slope or under the trees of the large Deiiarturre from Miami will be mad* won aa possible alter arrival of train UOB Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines

apple orchard. The heus are.kepi con McCARREL ""sailing dava.The gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tilt''
ROBERT ** Tlma Tables show the l wee at which train and boats may bo expeabxl to rrlT. a4 SERVI1s
+ fined In'cools for tour days and after depart from the several stations and ports but thoir arrival or dUllarture.at. the timesitMed various other points with its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY .
that have free range with their brood CONTRACTOR BUILDER is not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold iuelf responsible for any delay or eo,. I the best route, and that all Information can be obtained promptly by address:
ten of chicks until the latter are 0 weeks Fur copy of local time card sail at HU Weal Bay Street, Jaoktuuville, or addre.i or calling on

,. old. When the chicks reach this age Churches a specialty.I Steam stone works J. P. BICKWITH. Traffle Manager J. D.EAUUKa.A.CKP. ....
several broods or about 00 chicks are Bl Aufuittlne .. F. M. Jolly, Division passengerAgCOt
placed In a small' house. These housesare CONCOKP AND PRITCUARD ST8., -- -- ------..- 138 Went Bay St, Astor Block, Jacksonville IuB. \

built with open sides, tight roof 9 CUABI.K8TON, SO. CA. : W. \Vrenn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
and floor and a.re three feet In front soE.PRII'TTINa.: : ,
'f uud two. *feet ''high at th*, &o\te\ They I ,'. :

are movable and are geneMtly plM4 STEPHEN E. FOSTER, I '

In a mowed field, Chick remain' in OF ALL KINDS \ The ADVOCATE does"neat clean Job Printing

these until the cockerels artt'k1Ue4'formarket ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .

and pullets are placed': la winter Rooms 420 and 433 Gardner Building, Executed at theADVOCATE Tim

qusrlm.-W. U.Iiheel, In Feather. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PRINTING OFFICE tc Prices to Snif the \



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BLOODTROUBLES Cr!..* n CloT.r ... Hairy V.teb. Yes, August Flower still has the large CONSULTATIONwith

TiTUSSILLE.N when- .... how to low. est sale of any medicine In tho civilized
Crimson clover la an annual leguminous world. Your DotbertlAndotrllndmotherB/ our homo treatment. We are

plant, making Its growth between never thought of using anything else for physicians\ and you get tho benefitof

IAN' RIVER IOTELI October and May. Making all Indigestion or UlUtousnesa. Doctors our experience. No matter what
were scarce And they seldom heard of
its growth In the cooler mofsture( portion Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or your trouble Is, how simple or how

r T1TUSVILLE, of the year it escapes with less Heart fallu'o, etc. They lined August/ hopeless, we can do you good, and

ysy ., ='t INDIAN RIVER, cuiun nv Injury than does red clover from dry Flower to clean out the system and stop if wo can't we will honestly tell you
It has head fermentation of undigested food,regulate/ Thousands of tired sick
weather In summer. a so. ,
FLORIDA. B B B.--Botanic Blood Balm- tho action of the liver, stimulate the
which I Is two or throe times as long as nervous and organic action' of tho system and hopeless people have been en.

that of red clover and which Is of a and that Is all they took when feelIng tirely and permanently cured.by
-wI'!.:. = i..Lt- J. G. BAST for Bad Blood crimson or scarlet color. Tho plant dull and bad with headaches and

Proprietor. grows 10 to 28 Inches high, makes other aches. You only need a few doses COMPOUND
of Green's August Flower, In liquid' form
good pasturage and excellent hay if to make you satisfied there Is nothing OXYGENWhy
The hotel fronts on the TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE, cut In time. Its chief value in the serious the matter with you. Sample
1 !* ., ,} { r !- wide miles tiot take heart again and Investigate
( -
formed south will doubtless be as a green bottles at J. Cooper's) drug store at
1E t +a+ ) in width), y the manure for Improving the soil of old Cocoa, and F. S. Oh<\Tec's( drug store at this great principle. We hate
,; Indian ivermakinglta Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? Titusville, Fla.Remember thousands of testimonials Send for
c s'a'a r delightful summer re cottou and corn fields.' .
Does skin feet hot and swollen? book on homo tr'atment'ondcrful
lAGtll +l u a ni. mww'llI iuv I imn Duel +uu orCon8t.nt cool ; your It can be sown among the standing
k f YR "' -i ;. M I" t breezes from the sea and : Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofu- cotton stalks In October and covered that tho INDIAX RIVKIIADVOCATK cures to tho sl6k, etc., free.
bay. Flowing sulphur docs all kinds of job printing
t, l ,, l, + :, IIPq? +u "i springs. Special summer la? Eating sores? Itching, burning, with V harrow or cultivator and can at short notice. Send them an order DRS
st, rates. be plowed under the following AprilIn and be convinced that it Is the place to STARKEY & PALEN
eczema? Bolls? Scaly eruptions? Skinor ,
time for summer crops Sown have job printing done.

scalp Itch? Catarrh? All run down? (Alabama) as late as Nov. 0 among 11 111 (Irani St., 1'hlla., Pa. ,

==- Malaria? Aching bones? Have you cotton stalks It attained a height of 14 Deafness! Cannot lie Curedby Ot 17 felt 000Virginia
JACKSONVILLE. to 20 Inches. The amount of cleaned
hereditary or contracted blood taint? seed required to seed an acre is 15 to local applications, as they cannot --
reach tho diseased of tho
Have resisted medical treatment? la usually 5 portion ear
they SO pounds, and the cost
There Is only ono way to cure Deafness,
OLD..:. If you have any of the above :blood cents per pound, the seed for an acre and that is by constitutional remedies. Homes
Merritt's Rath-burn costing 75: cents to $1. Deafness Is caused by an Inllamod condition .
CAnLKTOX. troubles bottlo of II. B, B.
procure a also annual legu
Hairy vetch is an of tho mucous lining of the Kustachian : -
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directly minous plant, making its growth during : Tube. When this tube gets In -

on the poison and humor in the blood) the same period as crimson clover III\ led you have rumbling sound or imperfect You learn all about\ Virginia Lands,
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. and useful for the same purposes. It hearing, and when it is entirely Its .
closed Deafness is thin lonult and unless resources, product, of cultivation
neutralizes and expels It, makes a permanent and for ,
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass Is a viuellke growth, support Inflammation can bo taken out and prices, etc., by reading the
the door. Family Hotel homo comforts, elevator and steam euro and heals every soro. B. should be sown with some erect plant, this tube roMtoied to its normal condition Virginia Fanner. Send lOcts.

heat. Will\ open November 1st, 1899. American plan........... I B. B. goes to tho root of the 'troubleand as one of the grains\ For sowing with hearing will\\ be destroyed forever; for :8 months subscription to the
MEKKITT'S HOTEL PLACIDE, Maui St. After NOV. i.im i vetch Myer's turf oat has been highly nltio cases out of ten aio caused by en-

__ _______________ ___ _____ European Plan only. cures after all other methods fail. recommended by the Mississippi experiment turrli which Is nothing but an Inflamed; I Farmer Co., l mlJIII'n.: .
station. Here this mixture, condition tho surfaces, ,
such of
Even terrible blood diseases as mucous -------- ---- -- -
; one to two pocks of vetch seed per \Vo will give One Hundred Dollars for
NeE ro cancer, eating sores and chronic1 rheumatism Cholco .
of case of Deafness (canned by catarrh) \
Travelers' Hotel. acre and one to 1'j bushels oat*, any t.p" '.
The are cured by using 11. H. B. has been successful on rich spots, but that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarth Wlnos,Liquors
Management.MRS. Cure. Send for ctreiihu's, fl'F. {'(\. I Pa, tp09
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup on poor laud an earlier ripening vuriety and Cigars
!!iL !
J. CIIENKY & ro., Toledo, O.BST"Sold '. : .
N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. the broken down constitution, stimulates of oats is needed.Europeans by Druggists, 7/:c.Mall's : l lilllI'L: rA Guaranteed Pure.
recommend excellent -
rye as an
Family Tills ale tho best
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. tho appetite, increases the vitalIty plant to sow with hairy vetch, Sold at reduced

of tho blood and gives a clear, but in our experiment\ ) common'south C\lt'nmb..l'aa For Plcklr. I!: I 1:1":' ray, prices

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. smooth skin free from blotches bumpsor ern rye ripened\ too(early. Tickled cucumbers are sold by count, "4J' II ;: './ JIIIInrt.,1j.
TIlE.DEST $:tOO PER DAY IIOTEL IN FLORIDA. If vetch Is sown alone for hay, one and the small one are generally pre ( ." 'X. Tokn.r Win,
pimples 'Give B. B. B. a trial. Forslcby bushel per acre Is requirevl.1'lth the ferred. Hence close picking\ and frequent from Italy.
Take car at the Union Depot and ask'the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. small grains vetch can be combined in
: : drug stores everywhere, $1 perlarge }l1C'klll1'10/ as to prevent any "

bottle, 0 J large bottles (full treat any proportion desired The cost of from growing too large, Is necessaryto John B. Togni,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. seed is about $3 per bushel. secure large crops nays American Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.
HOTEL OXFORD ment) $;). Trial bottlo sent free to Both crimson clover and hairy vetch Cultivator. Sometimes, however astray ,
Opposite St. James Hotel.
should be sown in the period between ,
sufferers. Write for a bottlo and describe .cucumber will hide under tho
Convenient to all parts of the city; commodious rooms, comfortable and Sept 1 and Nov. 1, usually Oct. 1. leaves until It has almost ripened Us \Vhnlt."ltt ItxtHll......
troubles and will\
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at tho Oxford a pleas your wo give Earlier sowing Is \permissible on land seeds. It tn astonishing how this lessens --, ------_._ ---_.- -

ant stay. Rates. very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- free medical advice. Address, Blood not very subject to drought.J. the yield of the ,'IIIl'. Yet It Is not Tho Largest and Most Complete -

sonville. Balm Co., 140 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Oat F. Duggar of Alabama, who Is authority to IM wondered at, for perfection\ of
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. for the foregoing, adds that lI'l'llln almost all plants exhausts their Establishment South.
Medicine sent all charges prepaid. crimson clover has failed more frequently The cucumber
vitality very rapidly GEO. S. HACKER & SON
and completely than any
more vines should be handled carefully: 'IO ,
ST. AUGUSTINE. AOENTS WANTED. For "The Life and other plant ever tested. in that state., as not to loosen the roots which some:
Achievements Admiral Dewey." the world'l This, however.'as Mr. Duggar explains, of them send Into the soil from the
hero. admirer Itv Murat Halatoad, the lifelong Is due to the recently discovered fact 'These great helps to thud
of are
PLAZA HOTEL friend and the imtlon'g Idol joints
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. book' 600, of the absence or Insulllcleucy of corresponding
nicest and bent over '1Ies 8xlCInchon vine. If the vine Is tU1'll'II11) to see e)
nearly 1 what U under it of these side
July .110. Enormoim demand. Illi commissions. -
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near Ontllt free. Chanreof a lifetime. Write many portions of the state. Since soil rootlets will be destroyed
Fostofiico Bank and Cathedral. ( u'ck. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor of old clover Held contains abun
Rooms, 50cts! to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. Caxton lld(?Chicago,: dant any clover germs and since these are

D. SANCHEZ, Manager. necessary to abundant growth ,of lie Fooled the Surgeon

Men For Uncklings clover, It follows that soil from an old All doctors told Honlclc Hamilton, of(
The latest poultry experiment at clover field should be added to soils West JelTerson, 0., after suffering IN
JENSEN. Geneva, N. Y.. compares gralu and In As Indicate months from Rectal Flstuhi, he would
p: deficient .germs. experiments --..... .
meat ns n food for ducklings. In'everycase enormous increase in the die unless a costly operation was performed .
n \ ? :
but ho cured himself with live
the iiulmnl nitrogen gave bEst results and vetch ; -
of crimson clover hairy
yield boxes liucklen's Arnica Salve tho
il Fresco Hotel JENSEN, FLORIDA. whether fed to ducklings or to may be effected by this process of soil surest of Tile euro on Earth' and the, best OF
chicks and fowls. Undoubtedly thou-
BREVARD COUNTY. Inoculation., Salvo In tho World 2r cents a box. Bold
sands of confined dl'ldlndlc
/ every What Scrofula. byF, 8. Chaffoo, Druggist. Doors Sash Blinds
year from lack of nnlinnl nitrogen: ,
J. L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR.New whose deaths have been attributed to Scrofula Is a disease as old as antiquity.It Palmetto Drugstore, Daytona.
disease. American Agriculturist.A has been handed down for generationsand Moulding & Building Material
House; best accommodations! on the East Coast; table first-class and -: is tho same today as ih curly times.. -
every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements. It Is emphatically a disease! of the blood Drugs, medicines chemicals, fine toilet
In the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Fish and Life and Death Tight.! and the only way to cure it Is by purify soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and Olllco A Warcrooms King, opposite'

Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. :Mr W. A. Mines, of Manchester, la., leg the blood. That Is just what Hood's fancy toilet articles 1 In great variety Cannon Street.Chui'leSton .

Don't Pail to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian IMvcr.Titusvillo writing his almost miraculous escape Sarsaparilla does In every case\ where It M. HUSTON, propr. ] ] S. C.
from death, says: 'Exposure after measles Is given a faithful trial. It. eradicates ,
induced serious lung trouble which all impurities from\ the blood, and cures Marriage Paper. Etie1!

Hoarding Houses. ended In Consumption. I had frequent the sores, bolls, pimples and uH forms of -.' 1'hne.allda of wlT.rllMir(PU to Mlttofrom. Sash Weights( Cord and
hemorrhages and coughed: night and day. skin diseases due to scrofula taints In ,. --" Wealth pmruui. Jnlroduolir4" ,
All my doctors said that I must soon die, the blood Hood's Sarsaparilla: won tlon Formal und I'erwmnl. 100 word
nd. true to Initial. tuiila :Za
IS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVIiLE, FLA. Then I began tjo use Dr. King's New the grateful praise of vast numbers of i.% ."tc SOCIAL AMERICAN Toledo,Ohio. Hardware.
Discovery for Consumption, which completely people by Its grand and complete cures ,
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies, cured me. I would not bo without Don't allow scrofula: develop In your Great f Big Jl1.i1.8AMPLEnoplesOfI0' Window and Fancy Glass
oakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, It even I If it cost $5: a bottle. Hundreds blood Cure It at once by taking Hood's and MtiK *ln/H sent uponrri'oliit l JOo for I"'HII/I"
hotels and families" supplied. have used It on my recommendation ; Siinrnpailllii. Toledo Ailv. bureau, 14 St. ClaIr*t.,Toledo O A SPECIALITY.ndWhlikey.

f and all say It never fllIs.11 cur ._. ,
Throat, Ghost and; Lime troubles, '" Kejj- --- -- -- -

BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. ular size Wo and .1 1, Trial bottles free a Ptbltl
cured at horn.
at F" S. Cliitffeo's drug store. i PIS M out pain Book "-
fiood, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. ---- -- --- 11 UouUm sent FREE,
I ilk r ri OR B. M WOOL LEV 0..
Spt'cial 1 rates by week or month. ) ,
4L ,
uull1c 104 North
a.p frjor
Ti'l > rllllhVlre llrltlit i
O. JJOUK\IGIIT, Proprietor. !
A bridge composed wholly of tele I _

gl'ar1h1'\ was built over the .Iheluui
river In Kelmla, lu the Punjab, In placeof .-
AREND'S r\ a bridge which was swept away by

the flood! of 1WL'\ A similar bridge A hfg yield of both

DEPOT FOR okras construct during the first Sudan 1 p'n it and satisfaction
campaign wr the Kokoru river for if,11 result if you plant

lRochester Beer. military The 1'11I'JOHeK.Appetite) u Gont ."EKfiif" Seeds

Is envied by alt poor dyspeptics whose Idl l{. I rr fl + ,. ] Tlr var.nlwsy.theheat.
Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars. ",1 .
Stomach and I.iverlro out of order. All .Tin _"l,.l IIl'OOI't II lit HUllKLt-
MKUCIIANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M 25 CENTS. such should know that Dr. King's New 1 u.l I..ur nil uriii ditulura.but W rVrry'n.rut fur
130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. Life Pills, the wondeful! Stomach and Kit 11I//. -- Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appetite,, O.M.FERRYACO.D.troit.Mlch.DROPSY .
-- --- --- ---- ---- and body habit "
-'- sound digestion; a regular 'H"-
that Insures perfect health and great I'\ -:.;
If energy Only 2."c. at F, S. CIIi tTee'lI -. Wi1 U lii'VAJ;'
Ion Have Not. .
drug stoieIlnDplled, -- -- --- -- -- --

The matron of a well known M asonic Home mentions one inmate, CURED with nce.abl.

(lie iienreney seventy years of age, who has bea en in the Infirmary for three years, l ninny'msdiw thousand. HAV cured on**

Found What Ion Want "I want you to make a" statue of great sufferer from indigestion,, and has been taking Ripans'Tab.finds .."'A.stimonhiksndTERUAYSItur..tneutrr.l railed 1oOI.t'lu.| In tea.'.
Marie-my wifo that wuz Mid: the .1
ules about a year and a half and them so beneficial that he is OR. 0. H. GiUER'S SUDS, box K.Atlnut.U..
rural visitor to the sculptor, "but I __ __ _ __ -
For. a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at om haven't got a picture of her, can't fin' never without them. He Is willii:ig that his name should be used in :=--' : n : n : :

one nowimr-'n. an she'a", dead an genet" a testimonial'as it might be of u;ie in persuading some other person p BO YEARS'
Fruit and Garden Lands along the t "Thunder nod lightning, cc1alwed: EXPERIENCEiKiCSKSES
the sculptor, Mhuw can you expect. me to try them. A second old ge ntleman, in the same institution, ,

East Coast. to""That's eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
it !I" was the triumphant in.
finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help hIm very much. They also have two
terruption. "That's Itl I Jest wake Jt
? If like thunder an.li (htnln. tin you won'tmliill nurses there, one thirty years of al ;e, the other forty-two; both suffer
Settlers flocking In but still\ there Is room. you arc I
her vtrj far I"-Atlanta Constitu from indigestion, causing headac he, depression of spirits and nerve 414 TRADE WtAR't$ '4

looking this way, drop a line to tion. -- oqsness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they / COPYRIGHTS CC91pNs Ac. i

JAS., E. INGRAHAM 3rdrlce.President, "I wish to expreng my thanks to the always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states Anton*ivndliifi ioriul Cur*,kelrh o .lnlwt mid iri dcMirlinli i.utuIn.nllnn ,,... 1

FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y, manufacturers of Chamberlain Colic,, that she is forty-five years of age! and at times suffers with indiges. ti,.n.atrtvtlcmanmdl W probnllr luilviiUti+d. iliimltiuokuii r..immi 1'uuu.lr .-
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for hav- fur. >n!<"i'
emni ;
p. : fivu. ( Jiti-iny j
AUGUSTINE, FLA. log put on the market such a wonderful don, causing pain and paroxysrTabules is of belching and finds that the '++tenl. token tliruuub tUumv Munu, tit iuu A to. Ucu4,.

:::::::-...------ ----- ------_.._-_.- medicine," says W. W. Massinglll, ol are very good indeed a nd is perfectly willing to have her qnl.lrwttuwlthuut
j Beaumont, Texas. There are man, ell! ,1m 1icc E .
thousands of mothers whose children name used in a testimonial. : .,
if F Fine Job Work Executed have been saved from attacks of dysentery wltnrED-A_.1 W ....... WPPA9H ..In.. b... ls. l laaI.. .... r1 sr......w. O.. A hitn>K<>1nni M .+>t ip'r nuyc illnntfiitO'lpl..a ( +,rnllUf week uurngl.! 1 I.1,'. ,. f
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MARRIED. DEATH OF MR. REYNOLDS. A Shave ,anda Carroll <& Goldsmith

The following announcement was received Mr. J. Tome Re-d who WM for Hair Cut. '

at this office last Friday: merly ia the employ of Robbins & Graham Have a great.deal to do with the genera I GROCERIES, FRUITS M VEGETABLES, of All gtel!
lawyers, of this place, died at his and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Tour :
i.. Editor Indian Jttver Advocate : late residence on Washington avenue, appearance of a gentleman. Crockery, patronage SolIciJJ1"

1 "Capt. and Mrs Henry R. Jones an. Sunday afternoon last, at 6:30: o'clock, Barber Shop FLORIDA
nounce the marriage of their daughter, much to the regret of his many. friends ,:
Harriet Chapman, to Mr. Frank Julian along the East Coast TITUSVILLE,

Sprague, on Wednesday, October llth, The funeral service was held on Mon None but experienced workmen are em E. t: :se: :cY dti i
1899.! Hillvlew, New Hartford, Conn." day afternoon, when the Rev. John A. ployed and perfect satisfaction guaran. .m aer B j oe

BENJ. W. JE;OMEII", The above young lady Is well knownin Hughes,' officiated. The coffin was beau. teed. Give us a call. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries iv j
Tltusvllle, where she made many tifully decorated with roses and othejr J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. ,
friends during$ her visits to her sister, flowers and evergreens in token of re- And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Day, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
State Representative IRON WORKS PENNSYLVANIA CO. for Mrs. Wm. M. Brown., The following Is spect for the deceased; and quite a number Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclu,!IG?
a report of the wedding: of our townspeople attended the the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your' patron'
the Sale of GLOBE GAS ENGINES., service. Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO.
Marino and Stationary. SPBAOUE-JOSE8. ROBBINS & GRAHAMWILL \ Et
1 A pleasant home wedding took place The Interment took place In the Titns- --
Selling,: Agent COLMAJf ACETYLENE ville Cemetery the same afternoon, a -
on Wednesday afternoon, October 11, deceased's -
' OAS MACHINES barest, Cheapest great! many of friends followIng -
at Hlllview, the residence of Captain and
and Kent light for private dwell Mrs. Henry R. Jones, New Hartford, the cortfae to the grave; ...La. "" era... Lesley <& Motlo-nr /
The Rev A. D.
ings and store Conn., when their daughter, Miss Harriet pall-bearers were: ,
Fred S. Chaffee J. M.\ Dixon
Penny, ,
For prices, catalogues and estimates, Sprague Chapman, of New, was York married by to Rev.Frank Amos J. W. M. Woodward, F. A. Lesley and Jas. PRACTICE IN STATE ANT, (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

address, BENJ. W. JEROME, S.the Chesebrough bride, says, the D. New D., grandfather Hartford Tri of Harper.Deceased hadbeen employed In Jacksonville .' UNITED'STATES COURTS. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rams, Gins and t

Fla. bune. Only the Immediate relatives during the past two years or so, -
Rockledge, family and last January had an attack of la Bottled Beers Ales and Stont --

The were house present.was decorated with roses, grippe. This brought on consumption returnedhome Abstracts of Title, A First-class, Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool
three weeks he
and about Tables
The Anhenser-Boscli Brewing Asso'ion.Fumoul vines and ferns, bright autumn leaves
backed by evergreens were banked In ; but there appeared to be no hope Furnished to lands in Brevard and Dade, Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to a
St.Louis Keg and Bottled Iteer. the fire-places, and twined over the entrance for him the add he succumbed to heart failure orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltugvliie

!Hold by Mess.\ Losley & )Motlow Tltuivllle, Fla. and the piazza, making of the I lIe on was born above at day.Port Deposit, Md.. and Counties.
By Mr. J. I). Crabb, COMa, Kla. latter a veritable October forest scene.
1 By Mr. W. J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. The bride's wedding dress was white was well connected. in Baltimore. His Protect Your
30. Deceased leaves wife and INSURANCE.
was a
crape de chine, trimmed with cblftron, age We have a large list of FIRSIIC
.JOSEPH ZAPF. little daughter to mourn his loss.
.. and her traveling dress was of blue property Against
r broadcloth. Many handsome remembrances _
Wholesale Beer and Liquors from friends were received, and L. DS -HTNINGSand" C OYOLONEs .
at the hour of ceremony-4 o'clock p. m. CARD OF THANKS. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Uf,

West Bay Street, congratulatory telegrams were received Mrs. n.Y.. Reynolds, through the owned by ourselves and clients. Price. I Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
from New York and England. A lunch, medium of the ADVOCATE, desires to return Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. furnished by Ilabonstein of Hartford thanks to those who for unimproved lands $3.00 to 100.00
so kindly gave ,. For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCIIUTLER,
was served at'j/ o'clock and the newly- their assistance In her late, trouble. Titusville
married couple left on the 6:10: train fora per acre. fla
MAINHARD BROS., two weeks' trip.
Wedding guests from out of town THE SUNLIT GLOBE.

were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sprague and WE have few Residence Orange
a ,
Cleaning g and Dyeing Master D'Esmond Sprague, of New (Design of the Florida East Coast.If y.) Just keceired.A
York; Mrs. Wm. M. Drown and children, TO B. E. S. Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
of Titusville, Florida; and Mr. Paul E.

Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Jones, nf Brooklyn,N. Y. Have Just you where e'er the looked sunshine upon brightest the elobe.; falls, locations. Prices" Reasonable.

cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. Mr. Sprague is a graduate of the United Upon Pomona's golden/ robe, .-
States Naval Academy at Annapolis, And tales of fairy land recalls?
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. but resigned his commission as TITUSVILLE lot of ,Harness Buggy Whips
ensignIn It Is a long;straight thread of landA OFFICES r ,
the navy to give his attention to electrical skirmish line against the tide- t f and MIAMI.
For Sale. matters. He was, for a time, associated A pathway too, of silver sand,
with Edison'; ho developed the with bright steel rails on either side. Collars Collar Pads and Riding

modern trolley, and all trolleys In the Where health, the gracious goddess pours ,
"; At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre United States are now running under his Libation from unnumbered springs, ...John B. Massa... "*
That to the feeble strength; restores
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. patents. He Introduced electric railroading And youth unto the aged brings. Wholesale and Retail
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal Into Italy, put In the first trolley Where Jupiter with helmet bright, Whips.

terms. Address, road in Richmond, Va., In 1887, and Stands forth in silent majesty Fruit and Produce Merchant.
t COUBTLAND IJUCKMAN, is the inventor of the multiple-unit system And with his flashing sword of light
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. of electric roads now used in Chica Drives\ back dread darkness from the .,a.

go.: ,, Mr. Sprague Is also putting In the Where Juno lifts her lovely crest Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Limes, JEJ'J'OE.A.ED: & SON
Above the mirror of the lake,
A largest elevators in the world Pineapples Bananas Grapes Apples
And all wllhin her realm blest ,
for the London (England) underground The scenes of Paradise partake. Cocoanuts Walnuts, Pecans and all
Nurseries.ORLANDO Titusville Florida.
Semi-Tropical railway. lie has been president of the ,
The Poinclana there
Fruit and Nuts In
Vegetables season.
American Institute of Electrical Engineers Where roses deck the emerald sod, ,
and is vice-president of the Sprague In achttectnral grandeur rare- Also, by the barrel, fine
FLA. Electric Co., of New York, where, with Looks like the temple of the god. Fresh Apple Cider and Apple Vinegar.
-SPECIALTIES I.*. his wife, he will make his permanentThe The sea-god/ hangs his hammock near, FURNITURE,

Boo tie's Early-the earliest and best ADVOCATE Joins the many friendsof While And from mermaids the briny sing him atll1-lullabies sphere 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
t t [iKarly Orange. the bride and groonr, in wishing them DlatlU a sense that purities. Established 1885. F
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPE every prosperity and hunnlnaaaf,! hoping
---- ,
It is where time ever reigns
; spring
This is of the most reliable houses
= Titusville one
FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE to see them in the coming And gold and purple mark the.way
'TREES.CaTry: winter. Where birds pipe forth their sweetest strains In Jacksonville. r 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.00
In gladness to the god of day.
a full line of Citrus trees, also
'Pouch, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, \ -OLD SAUlT BRIDE In Evening Call. O u a $10.50No

*;' .Grafted Roses and Soupernong Grapes SIIIIII.KY-TOIIBERT. ( Second Hand Furniture.)
East Coast Meat Market
s nes.f Mr. Clinton M. Shirley and Mrs. Susie THE GREATEST RAINFALL .
James Mott Toibert, both of Tltitsville, were JoinedIn -

I Box 176. Orlando, ,Fla. the bonds of Holy six Matrimony on Sunday and the highest water, have been sub G. F. DUREN, Agent. Hair Mattresses, Mattings, Blue Flame Stoves, Shades, ek,
evening at o'clock at the residence jects of Interest since the storm of the ,
Jly2Soct28.Gral of the bride's mother. The affair E3:: T1
2nd, 3rd and 4th. Fla
Chas. A. Gardner Titusville
passed oil very pleasantly in the presenceof It is the same old story "there never CD C> ,
a number of their friends. The cere- such rainfall and "the river _.
was a was ,
i >c Fruit mony was performed by Attorney F. J. never so high." People's memories are i U2 -- Q. ESTABLISHED 1879.

Webb. The ADVOOATE Joins in wishing treacherous, but the book has a good. C....>..

and Trees. them a long and prosperous future. memory. In September,3878 the recordis I ks C= \AIrcl.: .A. ::SO-C-eS: & GO
Orange .as follows: p'+ Q.+ .
1, TUCK EB-M ETZO ER. On the 7th-0.30 Inches. -

4' Jas. T. Tucker was married to Miss "". u" 8th 9th--9.00 5.20 "Uu hV: Ap C __ GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER!

Grafted and Buddedon Viola Metzger, of Tltusvllle, on Wednesday a 10th-7.00 ,_. U2

evening, the marriage service llth- .50 ." dn ry 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
having been performed by Judge D. L.
4 and 5 year old sour orange roots. Gauldon. The wedding took place at Total -22.00 inches.In f p We' handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ha

+ Grafts i to 1 loch diameter, 4 to 6 feet, the residence of the bride's father, and a October, 1890, the'record is, as follows Tftusville. Florida. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright w
large number of invited guests were dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
2nd Inches
well branched. Thirty v'ailetlos now : On the -1.48 ,
present to witness the ceremony and 3rd :5.54 Star Brand Fertinaere-GuaranteedAnalysis.Orange tree Vegetable Fertiliser Puree
ready for delivery give congratulations. There was a plen- e' -- Bone Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash Kalnit eto. These tertII zen tun
The best trees in the State at any tiful supply of wedding: cake. We tender 4th-11.10- J' NEAR & TAILOR, Superior in the market and a trial will oonrlnce. Send for catalogue free.

price. Those wanting a really fine ar- congratulations to the happy pair Making a'total of 18.12 Inches. .

llclo should write for prices at once, and ..-- Mora rain fell on the 4th of this month a t' YArtesian( Well '
then on any day before in 22 years and ; GAY BROTHERSL-
\:r' ugage trees for fall and winter planting. TO DE MARKIED.
nearly all of it fell between 6 and 9

1f;, These trees are undoubtedly the Editor Indian River Advocate : o'clock, a. m.; and further, in 1878 Indian ,li f I rI lCONTRACTORS,

'Captain and Mrs. It. Jones Invite River at this point was fully two
"t best in the state, address, to bo the feet higher than in 189'\). Eau Gallic Fla.
you present at marriage ; GROCER
f reception of their daughter, Louise Wads-
O. W. CONNER worth and Mr. Paul-Eugene Jones on Island Home, Merrill's ) Observer. .
Island Oct. 16th 1899.
Wednesday afternoon, October 25, 1899, j We make a Special Feature of our
: Ocklawaha Nurseries from three until five o'clock. Hlllview. WM. KNAUER,

Now Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs.: WEATHER RF PORT. Mail
.f. l'. OKLAWAHA, FLORIDA. Paul Jones at home after December 1st, .- Wholesale dealer In Order DepartmentKnowing
' \ ; 113: Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y."
The ADVOCATE sends hearty congratulations By Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for I CAN'D'Y.'
'",: In advance. Weather Bureau, U. S. Government.SUMMARY how difficult it is in some localities to get GOOD OKOCERICHEAP
: W. M. MOODY'SBARBER FOR SEPTEMBER: 1899. I ,families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them 1111
Buy your candy from the Wh01e1 1 promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satl8f ta
Information to hand at the ADVOCATE Highest temperature on the 12th. 92.5 We the aad bI
carry most complete stock of House In East Florida,
SHOP. sale Candy House.- Call or ; any Grocery
28tb G9
office that ,
says the wedding of Miss many articles not usually\ found in other and smaller houses
Laura McLaughlin, daughter of ex-Reg Mean for the month. . . 79.6 write for prices.
ister Hugh McLaughlin,' the veteran Average moan for 18 years . 69.2 rSEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Democratic leader in Brooklyn, to Dr. Highest a' u" In 1883 82.9 Address: .c.---
f Close to Indian River Hotel, Titusville.A James A. Rodtehe. of IBOMcDouough St., Lowest " 1889. 74.1 Corner of Madison, and Adams Sts.,

share of your patronage solicited. for which invitations were sent out last Rainfall in inches . . .. . 6.00 E. WADDELL
Saturday, will take,place on Wednesday Average for 22 years. . .'. .. 8.08 JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,
next, October 23th. Tho ceremony will Greatest '4 In 1880. . 23.78
%. To The Deaf take place In the Pro-Cathedral in Jay Least 1883 . 3.01 Miami City and Dade County.-

street, and Bishop McDonnell will of Prevailing direction wind.. NE The Three Whys.
A rich lady, cured of her deafness and ficiate. A reception, which will be confined Number of clear days . 14 Real
'noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson'sArtificial to the immediate relatives of the fair . . 9M. Estate BureauA
a Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his bride and bridegroom, wllll) follow at the cloudy" . . 7 -
Institute, so that deaf people unable to home of the bride's parents, in Remsen days with rain . 13 WUV KILL YOUR M ('KING BIRD
procure the Ear Drums may have them street Mr. McLttughlln has already Island Home, !, H HI with stale food, when you can select list of-
free. Address1 No." 1134, The Institute, made provision for the future home of Mori'Itts Inland, Fla. i., buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird
780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y, his daughter, by the purchase of 1f20,- Food fresh every day at 25o per Ib ; sent Bay BiscnYI1C Propel ty,
000, house at 312 Jefferson avenue, and 55F:: Reading notice ads.: on this page anywhere lOo extra. to pay freight$ !
his wedding present will bo a deed of the are live cents per line per week. WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER (City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable) Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Frospbate a
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers property, when you can get! a bottle ofThomas' ORANGE GROVE
Miss Laura McLaughlin is well kuownto Chill nod Fever Tonic on West Coast.
for Sale. the editor of the ADVOCATE. She is Notice of Drawing the Jury, teed to cure for 50o. 1 For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

bright, witty and charming: young lady, suffer from a splitting HEAD- ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS
Abbakas Egyptian and Golden Queen and wo take great pleasure In tendering WHY ,
Fertilizers Chicago
mHR jrnoE OK THE COUNTY COURT and ACHE, you can get a bottle Chicago, Ill.
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Rod hearty congratulations In advance. We .L hherllT of Itrevitrii County Florid, will of Thomas' HeadacheCure, that will Avenue D over Bank
Spanish. Apply to have before us a very pretty and appreciated ,meet with the Clerk of the Circuit Court at In short order for 100. MIAMI, FLORIDA.
MAI DOCK & MATT AMS, photograph/ from Miss McLaughlin the( Ierk'. office, in TltuariUe Mrevsrd County, cure you -
Florida on Monday the 30th day of October A. H R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist
"Palm Beach which is written "Warranted .
Pinery, upon ,
H. IHW, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the P"0"! of xl JEWELED.
West Palm Beach, Fla. not to smile." We hope to see drawing the Jury reserve at the Fall Term of LaVllla Pharmacy, CLOCKS
C the happy couple on Indian River this the Circuit Court In and for Mrevard County Jacksonville, Fla. WATCHES ,
Florida,which Mid court convene on the 27th j ,
The Orlando Nurseries winter. day of November.,A. 1>. i$99 being the fourth
t Monday thereof. Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto
, -Read "Notice to Contractors," on The publio will take notice and be governed the name-and.rlate slip pasted upon e..eelleWelr Diamond
i: Offer for November and December delivery accordingly.WitneM (
our 2nd page. your paper or wrapper. If you are In ,
t 15XX) choice budded orange and my hand aud the teal of the Circuit remit.
grape fruit trees; are fouryears old; sour Little Drown Jug Water Filters IU5 Court, this 19th day of October, A. 1>.18911. arrears please r [ Souvlner Wedding Rings and Pre'b'REPd1flB

t orange stock. 6,000 sure bearing fig and 12.50: Claude Walton, agent. A.Clerk A. STEWART Circuit Court.' AGENTS WANTED.For -The Life and ID( S. ,
trees, Peach, l'lum, Pear and Persimmontrees Achievements of Admiral I>ewey." the world's
all leading and best varieties.I" naval hero. Uy Murat the
5OOO camphor trees. Imported seed, ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, ,- As an advertising medium, no life-long friend and admirer of the nation'*Idol. FAB[ WATCH and JBBELRYtSIIYERYfHf

1 r",' Everything carried by first-class nursery. Is Cabots' Creosote'Stains. Prices papor on the East& Coast can beat the Biggest.j nearly and beet 100 page books ball oYer.tone 800 Il pagee.ustrafone.8ilwInohe. + SPECIALTY.Spectacles .
Write for prices, to and particulars on application to ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt, Only tl.W. Enormous demand. Hilt oomuit- e A
GEO.: WKIQHT, Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., and be convinced ?f the pink paper'. .lnDa. Outfit free. Chalice of a lifetime. Write and Eyeglasses R. JRlLES'
General Orlando Nurseries. Jacksonville, Fla. qulc:. The Dominion Company, and Floor, paid'one'way.
Manager worth. ,
Caxton B1J< ,Chicago. 225 W. Bay St., jACKSOXVJtti


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