Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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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 27, 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: UF00075918:00043
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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OL. 10. NO. 0. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 37, 1800- PRICE, 5o.

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LOCAL Victor Gold Alining anti Other Invest ROOFING Something ThnnkcgtvInK Day.
Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write -
Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for ments. -
of General Interest. for particulars: toTrios. The President lifts Issued the ascent
ad Topics prices and catalogues. WIIRRR to stop. Seo list of hotels on
Thanksgiving 1>Proclamation naming
F. W. BEERS our
I am offering a few thousand shares Jacksonville, Fla. Thursday, November 30th as the day to
l-tr and General Gossip In connection St. Augustine. of treasury stock In an Industrial Com bo observed, Tho ADVOCATE Is now' on file at all

'Ith nlloatne Bay, Lake Worth Indian, Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.: pany, without competition. Better than -Mr. Wm. Trenttor, of Eau Gallie, tho best hotels In New York city.
aaa?, and naUfau: Klrer, Key Went any Wall Street Investment. Send for a was a recent visitor to town.
all all other Important Point alonjc the -Read third prospectus to A. K. KKAKNT, Deer Shooting; Mr. W. II. Wnuchcnhauson, proprietorof
ut Coat of Florida. Brief mention of page. 94 Wall Street, New York, N. Y. -Mrs. Julius Kline and baby are exected the Granada hotel, St. Augustine, is

nUrwtln Event from Various Part. -Why not smoke Fontella cigars ? > home to-day Messrs. Or o. Hall and Walter hatter, expected south next week.

f the Worlds Abont People You Know Sold everywhere. 7 4t -Do you filter your drinking water ? -Mrs. J. E. Bums, of Canaveral, has of City I'olnt, were deer hunting a few Illustrated folders of tho fine East

ad People You Don't Know Picked -Mr. E., P. Porcher, of Cocoa, was in been nn a visit cf several days with Mrs. days ago, and brought In a tine buck. Coast.hotels, etc., to be given away, free,
o by Our Society Editor; and a large staff town this week. -Saborosa Cigars, three years on sale; Geo. W. Scobie. hunting Is said to be good at present. at tho ADVOCATE: office. Send two-cent

, Correspondents of Florida.Mattered along: the -Smokers, smoke Fontella cigars, try them. 7 -It -Cant. W. J.. Jarvis, of tho F. E. C. stamp to pay postage; e

;alt Coast America's best, for 5 cents. 7 4tMr. -Please mention the ADVOCATE when Ry. Co s. freight department, Key West, Land Sale, Several madoto
writing advertisers.Rev passed through here, Saturday last, on improvements! are being
W. R. Sanders, of Indianola wasa tho St. James hotel, Jacksonville.
THE ADVOCATE, his way northwards. Ho has fully recovered -
Mr. O. T. McCarty of Ankona recently -
recent visitor to our town. A. D. Penney preached at Among them tho electric lighting plant
from his attack of fever.
annum, in yellow sold forty acres of land In township
$1.50 per Cocoa last Sunday md steam-heating: appartus will be put
ll'oo six months, '' -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown is around SEE GARDNER'S WINDOWS for Silk 31, to a St Paul party. It Is to besot In thorough order ere tho opening day.
12.00 per an. to foreign countries.The again after a spell of sickness.Mr. -Mr. W. )[. Brown is having an addition Waists, Now Ginghams. out In orange; trees, and 1,01)0) trees
Is of two rooms made to his residence are ordered to bo planted at once. Hotel Ormiftid And ground Ormond
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE on ; M. S. Jones, jr., has returned ,
on Julia street. -Mrs. W. R. Watson who arrived at
still kind of bechlvo. Work Is
at five are
following news-stands, to town from a visit to his a << progressing
Ie at the orange grove the Indian River hotel with her sick
--Mr. and Mrs. W. S. of Chicago as rapidly as possible, nnd marls
nit copy : Klondike.) Garvey ittle, Killing Alligators.Otirllovinecorrespondentanys.
per boy Raymond the Tltusvlllo
Titusville-Fred S. Chaffee. are, now at Myers. Fla. Messrs. says being received by the car load for use
J. B. Screven. -It Is very gratifying: to us to note Garvey brothers are largely: Interested In air has cuiod him, so she will return to on tho walks and carriage drives at the
how well the state press speaks of Judge orange growing at tho above place, and Jack nvlllo to-morrow. : Messrs\ hotel. A largo brick building 7xun Is

M. S. Jones. See 8th page. at Rockledge. -Mrs. R. Ii. Holmes, :Mr. A. F. Lap- F, Houston, W, II, Henderson ,K. A. also In eunice of election, and other
notice ads. are ten centsr Stewart 1. N. Henderson and C. It.
-r Reading -Mr. Geo. W. Scobie has engaged Mr. ham, Mrs. J. F. Wooten and M. "iertlerwlu noticeable Improvementsnio being made.
line on this page. There will be preaching at the Presbyterian Stewart: killed eighty-two nlllgntois In
Sam Wooten, of C"COIwere nKsengera -
Childs of >
Rockledge, to attend to : church next Sunday, Oct. 28 | two nights, lust week On Jnnuary 10th tho new Colonial
People writing here for informationill some plastering, etc., inside his house. antipraise on last Friday's southbound train,
at 11 and 7 hotel In of election Nassau
a. m. p. m ; a song now course nt -
insure route homo
enclose a stamp to a en from a pleasant visit to
please -Who has anything to say about Dr. service with sermon In the even- friends In O. TIUt.I-. Duck. and which will form another link In
Ilughlett's policy now ? We claimed he lug, subject, "Creed and Creeds. Young Marion, the I famous Florida: Kant Coast Hotel
ply.The southbound trains have bee'nirl was light In the action he recently tookat men especially Invited.Aichdeacon -Mrs. W. J. Albury and two lady System, Mill bo leady: to lecclvo guests.
, well filled with passengers this Cocoa. Prevention is better than friends who have been on a visit of a A largo number of duck nro being killed Tho hotel will contain 37.11() rooms, faces
eek.) cure. B. F. Brown, writing us couple of months or so In 'Now York In the piiiidM and lagoons' this section I the entrance to the harbor! and Is In n

from Chaneryville. Md says: "I expectto city, )passed through hare, yesterday, on, of Bicvnid County. It. Is statedly very commanding position
-Do not fail to look at our 3rd page, -Mrs. O. L. Keene, who owns one of be homo for services the tlrst Sundayin their way to their respective homes+ In old hunters that there will bo more wild ,

here you will find something of inter- the leading millinery stores on Bay street, November. Will be in Baltimore on Key West. They were In hopes there lucks hero IhU winter than ovor before, Messrs. Anderson t Price, ns usual,
Jacksonville: has just returned home the 2nd, and expect to reach Titusvllle limo U of wild will Hotel Oimoiul Ormond tho
st. would bo no trouble about their reading ii* a big supply| | celery rune ego ,
-Judge D. L. Ganlden was In tau from New York with a line stock of on Friday: the :3rd of November. Key Neat, as they were not so ired for them to feed spun coming Hcnsoti. Tho Ormond has boon

allie part of Wednesday and Thurs- goods. -Mrs.! C.O. Blythe and two little sons, of yellow fever. Mrs. Albury said she -. ..-... enlarged and lomndeledslnco last: winter

WE HAVE, at Delray (Llnton), some of after enjoying a visit of several weeks did not want to bo put oft at Fort Lauderdale .'Jo..t hllr InlikiKl. one i of the Important Impiovcmeiits
ay. the best vegetable land on the East. with Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Sanders, at but wanted to go to Miami and being tho addition of 100 new bath 11111 to".,,
-Mr. A. S. Ilaigh has returned to his Coast for either rent or sale on ndlanola.[ passed through Titusvllle. on to Key West. It will bo ready to receive gucnts on tho
Bahamas, after spend- Fernandinato The ADVOCATE correspondent Bovine luth l of
one at Cat Cay, terms to Gleason Bros. Eau Wednesday on their way to day January.
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the summer with relatives In Eng- wilum UK nn follows: Soveial.float-
ud.iz Gallie, Fid. join Mr. Blythe, Cauoal'Ily Tho lug Freexe, lug Ulunds luivo drifted from the) St. N r. and Mrs. Ed. Sudlow, formerly of

-Miss Lucia Brown, of Newherry, !S.' Manager Joseph P. Greaves, of John River mniHhos out to the odgo '<'' South Jacksonville, who have been

Iff DRESS TRIMMINGS In White. atGardner's C., was a passenger on WednesdaY'1Isouthbound Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, has returned 'The tax books for 18)0!)\ have been the prairie.\ Some of those islands arc spending the past Hummer At Hotel Key
Titusvllle. train, en route to Eden, from the north ; and so has his at Tallahassee from over an acre In extent. West, Key West, wore passengers onSatuiday's
wheie she will\ teach school this winter. l'I ht.hnnd man, Mr. Asa. S.: Loomis thlrty-Hoven !: northbound train. Mr. Sud
Miami has been '
E. E. Vail of of the foi ty-flvo counties and show decline
-Capt. a low has lit'iui managing Hotel Key Wostdm
Both are looking fat and well after their .
She carried her with her.
pending a few days In St. Augustine canary season at Hotel Oriental, Manhattan inttx valune only $l30ft)8.15t illness of 8 nii
his week. He has been north for sev- -Hon. Fred. S. Morse, representativeof Beach, N, y Smith, and ho U now taking n much-

ral months.Mr. Dado county, after spending several Sold Out. United States Senator Mallory, of Florida needed vacation, after nil his yellow
- W. II. Chambers, auditor of the days In St. Augustine on his return from -Mr. T. B. Johnson, Wabash avenue, : who Is n member of the Industrial fever troubles.

. C. C. Ry., has returned to St. Augus- the north, passed through here, Wed- Chicago: writes us as follows: "Please Mr. J. W. Marshall of Commission, U ill at Providence IInspU Mr and
state in the ADVOCATE how far Tltns- Valdosta, Oa., Mrs It. M. Hoggs! are guestsat
West Palm Beach.
route to
been nesday en
ne, from Virginia, where he has vine is from Miami, and If you have any lean bought; tho stock of merchandise/ of tal In Washington He In suffering from lice U I minor. They nro on their way
isiting his family. -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, who refugees In'your town."-In answer to J. 'N. Branlley, of Fort Lauderdale. Mr nn enlargement of tho liver, but his, condition to :St. AugiiNtlue, whine' they will open

-County Supt. John II. Sams, of have been on a vacation since August, tho fleet question, Miami i lIP 212 miles Marshall was formerly connected with is not alarming.Mr. tho Granada for the winter soitson. They

"ourtenay, spent Wednesday in town. returned home on Sunday, but expect to south of Titusville; second, we havo no the Valdosta Steam Laundry havo been running the hotel at Avon-by-
le was on an inspection of the public leave for Jacksonville and other places refugees In this town. Finder' New K nil road.Vork tho-Hoa, t'.J this summer. Times-
ctiools. In a couple of days or so. ""'--- Union and Citizen. -In conversationwith :
Col. M. Ilustou and wife"and the DUoontlnuml.
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of this place, is -Miss Ella Brown, of Nowberry, S. C., Misses- Emma and Malsle Davidson, of upon the extension of Mr. H, M.rlajller's Mr ono, Boggx of/ the,' on ADVocATE Sunday: hut representatives he Informed -
where he went was among the passengers on Wednesday who have been attending the [ now railroad (rum Pablo to
sojourning; at Miami, Daytona, The Florida East Coast Hallway has that ho was going lo Fort Pierceto
bout two weeks ago to attend to busiest afternoon's train. She was on her 100th birthday anniversary of the Col discontinued tho accommodation coach Mayport Is being rapidly pushed ahead, do sumo tUhlng, cent that ho did not
connected with the Bank of Bay way to Courtenay, where she has been onel's grandmother in Cincinnati! returned and wo aro told over two miles have been
i ; on freight; trains, which has been Intend managing any hotel this winter,
appointed to teach school during tleiswinter. already gradvd out of the seven miles.
home Saturday. Mrs. David.
iiiscayne. on operated between West Palm Beach and but was going to take a rest.
who also attended the i The road from South Jacksonville to
son, anniversary, Miami. The only service now
-Mr. G. Carey-El wes, after spending return to In weekor passenger Pablo Beach Is being made a broad Mrrrltt's Hotel Rathbtin Jacksonville:
to Daytona a the line Is
-Mrs. J. Tierney widow of the late expects on the regular
couple of weeks in town, left for New passenger Kua e. Is undergoing considertabAe repairs and
two. trains
has returned to Or
Mr. John Tierney
'myrna and Coronado Beach, alteration! .
says an ADVOCATK correspondent. -
! on a visit to bis brother. We hope lando from Brooklyn, N Y., where she -The Association News, Philadelphia For' sonic time past the house
a see him here again. has been since her husband's sad death. has the following to say of Mr. Between Miami and Flamingo.sMiami Yellow Fever at Miami. has boon full of plumbers, carpenters,
Mrs. Tierney has spent several summersat -
Walton connected with -
Percy formerly
\\VE HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of Hotel Coquina, Ormond, where she the literary staff of the ADVOCATE; "We I Is to have a now steamer lino Wednesday's report, published In masons wOI'kmon'In, paperhangers fact:! the, painters Interior and of other tics

the best vegetable land on the East made many friends. note with pleasure the addition of Mr. this winter. Hitherto the dwellers nt Yesterday's Times-Union and Citizen, hotel Is .u \boe-hlvo of Industry, and

Coast for either rent or sale on easy -Prof. John. M. Laflin, of New York, Percy Walton 'to the office force. From Flamingo, on Cape Sable, have had to says ; within month It will bo all ready for
terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau who spends his winters in TItusvil: Mr. Walton's varied experience In news watch the opportunity of getting oft by Now cases, 1 ; deaths, 0. Two patients tho reception of guests, and many of the

Gallie, Fla. arrived on Saturday, ,afternoon's train. paper work, etc., we believe he will be a hailing passing schooners, or by using are very low, and will probably die host people'1 who annually visit Jacksonville "

-Mrs. Geo. G. Russell and little Jack is the same genial, whole-souled valued addition to the force, and will their own boats. During the winter Doctor Porter hall: telegraphed Secretary. will (60 at homo In the Kathbuo.,
ughter who 'have been enjoying avisit sportsman, and his friends are always count on him for occasional help In the season the steamer Pearl will run between Matthews to 'sou I hose In charge of tho There will be elegant rooms en suite for

of three, months with Mrs. Russell's glad to see him on Indian River. lIe is work of the Editorial Committee." Miami and Flamingo, carrying funds of the Jacksonville Auxiliary the accommodation of families, and

pirenU In Boston, gassed through Tltus- said to have caught more fish and shot -Dr. Ralph E. Smith may now be both passengers and flel ht. Flamingo Sanitary Association, If they will not these are being fitted up with the much-
ducks than In this section Is at the extreme end of Florida donate sulllclent money to erect and] needed bathtubs The furnitureIs
lilt, Sunday, en route home to Sebas- more anybody found at his office, 127 Forsyth' street, etc.
a hospital which ho wires Is fast
equip being renewed and the floors walls
uan. last winter. Jacksonville. The doctor has been on ,

-Capt Jas. Pritchard, after enjoying: -1\11' R. R. Quay, of Beaver, Pa., wasa New an extensive York Philadelphia trip In the East and, taking Atlantaon in CHILDREN'S REEFERS and Ladles', becoming There is necessary.no suitable building at Miamito Hteum-heatlng a dud share apparatus of attention., etc., are The receiving hotel
>visit passenger on Sunday's southboundtrain Capes and Jackets of the latest styles be had nothing of suOlclout capacity
of York
about six weeks In New ; I will be for time next
ready guests) some
his home. Dr. Smith's friends
route to jpin his father, :Senator way A big supply just received. Prices to
ud other places returned home on Saturday en and proper kind being empty. month. Is
i Manager Merrltt certainly
In who are very numerous, were pleased to suit
Matt. S. Quay, at St Lucie. your pocket. ,Call and examine
last had cold within "
He .
! brought a down
conversation with an ADVOCATE correspondent soe him looking so hale and hearty on them. turning things "upsldo so many
from which we are pleased to note his He has brother in New noticeable improvements are being made.
/ Mr. said he would remain return. a JULIUS KLINE !
I U recovering.Mr. Quay WANTED, a bus; must be In good
about ten days, and he hoped to haul In York who Is quite an able newspaperman Titusvllle Fla. shape and at a reasonable price. Manager J, 0, Unit, of the Indian
L. Thursby, who has been'pending a few tarpon. Ills wife will come to and somewhat of a writer, and he Address, II. (tlver hotel, Titusvllle announces that

the summer with his sister, Indian River In January.Col. was quite pleased to escort his brotherto A Beautiful Winter Home Sea Breeze p. o., Fla. he will give especially low monthly rates
Sias Emma Thursby; the noted song- all the lights that were to be seen In to pintles desiring to enjoy our health-
'tress, in Gramercy Park, New York, George A. Crocker, of Ankona, that ,vast metropolis not forgetting a giving climate during the winter months

pawed through here, Saturday last en formerly connected with the office forceof good peep at the boat race. Since Dr. For sale very cheap, on east side of SUCCESSFUL BEAR HUNT The recent arrivals registered at this
mute to his winter home and orange I. R. & B. B. I. N. Co., at Titusvllle, Smith's: return, he has been kept quite Hobo Sound Indian River; opposite ,- hotel are as follows : ,II, E. Woodall,

grove at Merl'l tt. boaided the steamer Iroquois, at Jack- busy with his many patients, as ho Is store, postoffice and ex press office; about )1'. E. C. lay; n. L. Motlow, Titusvllle;
New York Mr. Ilobt. L. Motlow of Titusvllle
to ,
sonville, Sunday, en route very popular In Jacksonville and sub 15 acres, :'JH! ft. river and Atlantic oceanfront Capt. J, Vogt, St. Augustine; G. Carey-
will there the joined hunting organized by
lIe join a party
his old home. urbs.
; seven rooms, bath and screened El wes, Orlando; J. S. I.e Flls, Jacksonville
Launch For his to Manila. Jack Carter and
Sale. Meade Capt.
transport on way in verandah. Ground irrigated by windmill Will Ballard last ex.ltuamooatjur. ; W. It. Copeland, Fort l'lerce1''D; .
In The Colonel has accepted a position A White Woman and large tank. Good wharf and ware- ser, succeeded, In bear Parker, North Carolina; F. O. Spain,
and we gether they killing two
first-class running; condition a baraia the quartermaster's department, house also Jacksonville ,
; -- ; --i-roooi bathhouse on ocean this Atlanta, (Ja. ; J. L. Baker ;
Dimensions: Ill: ( feet overall; 32 wish nim all success. Wants housework In a family. Is a beach, imlle from residence. Cocoanutsand and within one three deer hour They drive accomplished of Tltusvlllo. C. II. Bean, Wt. Augnstlne\ ; O. B. Floyd,

wikeelj i 0} feet beam; 28 Inches draft, good cook. Address, ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated Wild ducks aro thus early In tho season Orlando; Mrs Oscar Parker, Rochester,
Tjhorse; power Daimler motor; speed, MISH. A, G booklet price etc., to and shoot N, Y ; Jos. G. Ball, Daytona; Jas. L.
t 8! miles an hour; has large carry- WANTED-By a lady, thoroughly qualified Gineial Delivery, CHAS. \1C. .SKUJKANTHO.V/: becoming: very plentiful the, usual (J w than, Chicago, III.; J. W. Fussell,

.Kcapacity. for passengers or freight; position as teacher In a family. 0.11 WaycroHs, Ga. IH: : Jacklll'lI Building, ing season promises success Jack Atlanta, Go.; Prof. J. It. Sam, Courte-
n(> ful to
Pif 81 and Heated from stem to stem, Address Mits. B., sportsmen. C II Alden Augustine C. M.
the Nashville Tenn. nay; St. ;
Lallln who hal been hero for the "
and cUHhluned. Fittings: anchors Box 1. Smyrna, Cobb Co., Ga. coming winter Slimmed, F. E. C. Uy.J; it. IL Lester,
A Uargalra. 20 for the shooting, i
wblfs past* years
arder. complete and In god A Beautiful .'lId Valuable Home has arrived (rom New York somewhat Chicago; Ill. ; It. S. Nelson, Jacksonville; ,
appl'l'b For full particulars and price, hU wintor'srally Chas. It. Dllzer, J, A. Lane, F. E. C. Ity. ;
Kent earlier than to have
To Sale
letter to For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River for at a Bargain, ,; with the wild ducks which Is his W. II. 0, Scott. Jacksonville; O. :S,

II, MACIIATTIR, Florida, a fine residence, on a high bluff, favorite Robinson, Plellulclphla, Peun. ; 11. II. 4'
]lobe Sound, Dade Co., Fla. Trucking land on Indian River, opposite commanding beautiful view of the lIur. At Mlcco, on Indian river, Fla., consisting Hopkins, Jacksonville; Miss Annie Bellows '

Jensen; bearing cocoanut on premises rounding country. Also the fine schoon of 10} acres, a well built, two- Washington, Ga. ; G. F. Zehnbuuer,

For: Sale Cheap. ; safest spot; best land. Apply to er-yacht Seminole Will sell residence, story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store Hale. St. Augustine J. O'llrleo, New Smyrna;

W. C. Sueden, Waveland, Fla. yacht etc., at a big bargain. building, lx)2ft.! hand. ome front lawn, Miss N. It. Bellows, Chattanooga, Tuna; ,
for further particulars to :MO foot dock Ja. F. Cienshaw Jacksonville Geo. ;
'uralt every Write shaded by palm trees; a ; The roost desirable ID the ;
Be roo are of kind, Oak Suites, (I. M. HUSTON, 2M budded orange tangerine and grapefruit property Webb jr. and wife, New Smyrna; W..
tier'11:1: Crockery and Mattresses of Wanted. 203 State street, Chicago, III. trees; trIO sour tree, ready to bud; centerof Uocklmlge of live on Bentoa covered avenue with; 11, fcVar1and, Titusvllle; Edward: W. 4\
Cu h lquallty, chairs etc Low prices. fXX young nursery stock ; artesian well consUtlng acres Johnnon, Jacksonville; Prof. J. N, Laf- ,
Address Experienced party In stock raising 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distrlbutetf' thrifty orange trees, also two cottages tin, New York'; Fred S. Chaffee, wife anti 7 a f

prop w K CAMPBELL, wants a partner with capital to start a Wanted Sewing.Gentlemen's over place; 1 acre wool shed for pine- thereon. Apply to child, Titusvllle; Capt. J. H. Smith ft*
Be llevue Florida best loca- War 1.1, MKHWI.V/: Mllford, Conn.
Hotel Melbourne Fla. cattle ranch In :South ; h.
S. S..Tennentt
hag apples; a few hundred Porto Rico pine Jacksonville; F. Jacobs, :
Cloth neatly After Nov 20th Hock ledge Fla.
cation In the state. Address, repairedMna apple plants; railroadstation on west W A. Williams C. C. Leslie, Philadelphia
W., care ADVOCATE, II. C. ScmvaicouB Pa. Albert Herndon J. Martin, -i
For Fla. Titusville Fla. line of this place; tram"a running to ; (
Sale, Tltusville, river front on the east. This place to be TltiiMvllle Laundry.Mrs. New York; Rev. J. F O'Boyie. Dayton; ,
At Banyan appreciated must be seen. The very Miss Bessie Bryan, Clarkesvllle: Tenn. '
land'n'tgetable a.flue acres of good Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels handsomest place on the river. The Geo. Cook, of Tltuiville, U now Mrs. E. M. Bright and child, Miss Hunt, t
ts of | |; makes from 300 to 100 The San Matcq Cigar, land I Is of the best hammock. Orange prepared to do laundry work of every. Nash vllle, Tenn; D. Mayer, Louisville, '' '

lid dock; price each year; good house Florida- Tobacco For sale Address, <**, 'oj' trees nearly all la bearing now. description. All work guaranteed. Ky. J. A. Maley and wife, Dftviom ; :
and terms liberal write All Pure WALTER Mooac; Apply to D. L. OAUI.DE5, Atty., Leave your washing at O. F. Uuren's J, 1). Coarsey, St Augustine; J. J. Williams )

"U B. J, HlLUAJtD Tropic, ria.I. No better East Coast made grown; try 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. '. Titusvllle Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. W. P. Bruoaker, Jaak>>onrlle.II"I | .



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OftTH.Sr\rt IS Putting, food Into a diseased stomach :N"E''W O EECS:
A p c Ir10N F COLONY, OF AMISHMEN. ; : THREE SOUS. U like putting money' OF

AroI1 A Qneer<< ? !Sect V on ma In Indian I lie Bye at the TeI_.. Carl see' Into holes a' The locket money tl wIt is For Fall and Winter Sowing.

Homem-ide ,..; ', Them, but the Caftae.1'r.vel It.
with ]La lost All its value
A few Mlles north nlt '.of- The hews fron*LIck obserr-itorTithat for goes Cauliflower Celery and Lettuce I
Washing nothing. When the Finest Blocks of Cabbage, Black, Golden .
ton 'Inrl. Is the North Star, 255,000,000,000: miles stomach is diseased #
; a fertile section of land and Florida
owned and cultivated by' a peculiar away from 'tis, hat been found to be with the 'allied organs Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia. Bye; Texas and Florida

sect of people known at the" Amlsh. not ode star, but three,'swinging f of digestion and nutrition Bust Proof Oats.

Little Is known of them ex l'pHy the around In ,great orbits like the moon, the food which is
barth''and I" aiiotheV into it is largely Write for price list.
people living In the Immediate. << .vicinity .un, remarkable put

of their settlement. '.. result r. the'application of photo'spectfoicopy is not lost.extracted The nutriment from It. L. CAMERON Seedsman,

The AmIsh to that at : to -telescopic study of the
came county an The body is weakened! and
r early date and bought'rlch farms for a heavens. :Always fascinatingthe the blood impoverished.The .125 East ,Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

; : nominal price They have added greatly search for double' and multiple stars pocket can be

to their possessions until now this has become 'of the highest Interest mended. The stomach can

settlement takes up thousands of acres. since the spectroscope has made It possible be cured. That stoma GORGE MARX. JOHN MARL

Their peculiar manners and customs to discover multiple start which medicine for the

t, 1 arc Inteij'sung. the greatest telescopes do not revealto and blood, Doctor Pierce's 1VIA-R. :PROS.
Golden .Medical
According to their religious beliefs, the eye. The three components of with Discovery, ,
,'". the Amish notoalloweu to but. Polaris cannot be seen with the most peculiar prompt. Wholesale Dealers In
ness and on the organs -
rINDIAN'Ar ''' tons on ,their clothes. Instead of but. powerful telescope Jn the ,world. But of digestion power and nutri-

f VoC'll tons, they use hooks and eyes. Their the Lick star spectroscope, attached to tion. It is a positive cure for almost all GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.

clothing Is homespun, and they wear the great 30 Inch refractor, makes It I disorders of these organs, and cures also

plain that there are suns revolving such diseases of the heart, blood, liver
black .
hats All let
; 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,
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their hair grow long and fall over their about a sun where the eye distinguishes and other organs, as have their cause ina
but one twinkling light. weak or diseased condition of the 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'TRANSVAAL FACTS. shoulders. They never shave, not even: stomach.
Ten years ago at the Harvard university -
Now that war vstalks rampart along drive fine young, big men.horses.They They Invariably prefer observatory the first photo There contained is no alcohol in "Golden or other Medical intoxicant ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CHI

,, the Natal border, and all of South Africa, death rather than to swear in court. spectroscopic multiple star wns discovered Discovery."

from Capetown to LImpopo, is prepar They are an economical sect of people unexpectedly. The star Mizar, Substitutions are imitations. Imita- -

ing for blood and thunder, some facts : and are great traders. They seldom the middle star of the handle of the tion money is worthless. So are imita- We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pa,,

about the Transvaal region will boot pay cash for anything, but always Insist Big Dipper has been called a "naked tions of Dr. Pierce's Discovery.. Get guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We wt

on trading farm, products and poul I eye" double because It has a visible the genuine. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased

tr interest. for what want. companion, Alcor,/tclose to It. But Rlc- Mr. John L. Coughenour or Glensavage! MARX BROTHERS
try they Somerset Co., Pa., writes "I had been doctoring Jacksonville Fh
The area of the Transvaal is 119,130 doll In 1650 : -
Their settlement Is divided up into discovered with the tel for about a year and a half, being unable to J53p- We only Sell to Dealers.
square miles, and Its white population, escope that Mizar had a telescopic dou- work most of the time. The doctor laid I had
farms of an equal number of acres.
heart disease and indigestion.
according to a very incomplete census They adhere strictly to the code of ble. Mizar seems to have been the unusually poor I was weak and My nervous appetite", and was =

taken In 1800, Is 243,370; of whom 137- laws handed down to them by their an- first double star discovered with a my heart kept throbbing continually, and I was '
short of breath. Finally t wrote to you for =
.c.szlvs &
1)7:1) are men and 107,4.: women. The cestors. One of these laws Is to the telescope. The apparent distance between advice. I did not think your diagnosis was right, C .. CO.,
Mizar and Alcor is nearly 40 but I ordered six bottles of 'Golden Medical
,: native population was estimated at effect that no Amlshman In the settlement times the distance Discovery and began its! use. After using three PKALEKS"XTVliaes Iv -
that .
622 :(10. The neat of government |Is shall be entitled to more of the separates thQ bottles I began to improve slowly and soon went
components of Mizar. The telescope to work,and I have been working ever since." PJ.n.e: an. l Liquors
1"" world's goods than his
neighbor. Con- ,
Pretoria with white } of
a population; shows too. that there are other stars Free. Doctor Pierce's Common Sense
10,000. The largest town is Johannesburg sequently the farms are about the between MIzar nnd Alcor. Medical Adviser, looS pages, 700 illustra- 417, 419 W. Bay St.,
same size and stacked, equally. An-
r the mining center .of the ,Wltwatorsrad other law Two centuries after the telescope revealed tions, is sent free on receipt of stamps to JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
if member of
says one the
; ; I gold Hells<< with A poplIII.tlonwithin settlement meets with misfortune his two stars In MIzar the spectroscope one-cent pay expense stamps of mailing for the only.paper-bound Send 21 :i mac 4 .L I,

tho radius\ of three miles, according neighbors must go down In their pock. showed that the brighter of the edition, or 31 stamps for the cloth. Ad- ; Bombarding Dewey

to the census of 18K1! ( 'of 102,078 ets, pay his Indebtedness and If necessary components was Itself made up of two dreSs Dr. R.. V Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. .v.
1 stars. In photographs taken at the .. '
79,315! : males and 2203 females. buy him n new tarm and stock It. With good things Uncle Sam li
Harvard observatory In 1889 the K line fir preparing to do when he reaches
The AmIsh
The has had originally came from a Different. f
repitbllc no standing
In the of this side of the
spectrum Mlzar appeared dou c ; pond. There will:
county In one of the eastern states. President of the French Court-You '
with tho of small <
exception a
army, ble. In other plates the line was sin- be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
force of horso artlory! of :32 officers. 70 There are a few families still living In gle; In others It was hazy., A close declare: this on your honor as a gentleman Burgundy, or any other that flows
the east. Whenever a scion of one 'of ?
non-commissioned( officers, and 280! men, scrutiny of all the plates showed that in his honor that will be purer
the eastern families emigrates to the French Otticer-N-no, monsieur le higher grade, or of more exquisite
the line was double at Intervals of 52
able-bodied citizens called
t Indiana settlement he Is Immediately president! As an officer of le grande f j boquet than what you will find ID
in time of war. The government has presented with a farm equal In size to days."' This proved to astronomers that armeel Philadelphia North AmericanThe ... ttu era; our superior stock at all time

maintained by subsidy three foot and those of his brethren., The Amish do the brighter component of MIzar was Our stock of fine wines, whiskies

six mounted volunteer.. corps, numbering not believe In courts-that Is. they never really I.two.'stars._, ..,_A spectroscope takes Swage Dnchelor. I and beers are unexcelled.

about 2,000 men. settle any of their difficulties Sn the "v6uu.nun from the: Vi earth.U"" motion When of one U star star be-toor know The there Sweet Is Young a man Thing-Did In the you W" Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State
moon nolonger
courts.' All disputes and disagreements
The only, railroad crossing directly gins to approach and the other, to recede ? Some has discovered express prepaid, for 320.
one a wo-
of every nature are taken up for .
from British' Transvaal territory Is from us. the lines In the spectrum man In the
settlement by a majority ot the members -
"t that from Durban, and it is to the advantage of the settlement It Is,. however, of the approaching star will be dis- The Savage Bachelor-No wonder the

s of the Boers that the place a rare occurrence that the least trouble placed toward the violet end while man left-Indianapolis Journal. ESTABLISHED isso.-
those of the receding star will be dis-
;', whore this road crosses the frontier is arises among them. They are law-
placed toward the red end. The lines GOLD I of value when health Is
4 one of their great national defenses. It abiding, honest and truthful. They do no
: Lumber Co.
will at first appear hazy, but when the In danger. What's of more value YPratt's
Is here, at Majuba Hill and Lalng's Nek, not deposit their money In banks, but approach and recession of the stars up-to-date tablets will break upa ,

,; that the British mot two of their severe accumulate and hoard It In their reach a maximum the lines will cold in one day, and for constipationand

;\ defeats In their last war with the Boors. homes. They raise all the farming double. The calculated distance appear between biliousness and all malarial troubles, Manufacturers of and Dealers in

products usually grown In this sectionof it has no equal. By mail prepaid for 23c.;
r There is no direct access from British the components of Mizar is
the country and are said to be the Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING HUH
soil to the lofty plateau of the Transvaal most successful poultry raisers in the about 143.000.000 miles, and the brilliancy 111. Send for sample. ,

except through which aro of the star Is estimated to bevt'r
United States. Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
a hundred times greater than that ;
not difficult defend. This Is tho rea- Their everyday life Is their religion. of our sun. Notice To Contractors. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

son the Boors have been sending troops They speak the German language and -
A number of other photo spectroscopic Planing and Shingle Mills at Bond ,MIlls, on J.,'T. & K. W. R'y. Yards a
;i,' to tho railroad pass at the Natal frontier. no other. They are negligent about RIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY DeLand and Titusville.'
multiple stars have been discovered SEPARATE of Commissioners to 12 .
Their plan is said to be to defend this educating their children, and start County up
recently. With the Lick telescope o'clock noon, the first Tuesday in November,
and other passes, and to destroy .thor them boys and girls alike, to work lathe and spectroscope 14 have been found. for the following works:
be delivered at Sebas-
fields when The and To build a Lighter, to
railroads entering the Ornngo Free State, young. women This 'method of discovery came'about taln River,where the present Kerry Is located. .
girls never wear flashy colors, and long be width 12 H. A. HODGES. :
Length of Lighter to 30 feet ,
from ...
if need be, to prevent the British from the use of the spectra to deter-
0 lumber deck
pants are put on the boys at the of clepih IB Inolirs; bottom of 154 I.y ,
{ using; them. The Transvaal plateau is 2 and 3 age mine the velocity with which stars ap of 2x8:2: bulkheads 2x16' FendraiU 3 feet high;jVI Manufacturer of
\ years. dr n etal sheeting on the
inches wide :
,, mostly 0,000 feet high, or more, and the Several months ago a young Amish- proached or receded from the .earth edges of bottom :i coats or copper paint on ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
The North Star, It was found a short bottom and sides and 2 coats of paint ou decks.
mountains in front, resting on lowlands, man conceived an idea to discard the first-class heart and all
All lun ber to be pine
while : Is shooting earthward Crates
ago ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable
o' hooks with galvanized nails.
scarcely overtop It. and eyes on his clothing, to. fastenings
at a velocity of 10 miles a second., Two Toscrai and paint the outside of Courthouse. Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building<< I li
shave hlg beard and to don suit of
Tho surrounding countries a White Load and Linseed Oil
: are all Paint to he of (
of the suns of the North Star locate
of Florida would do well to wjlte for The mills are
store clothes. This'lie did and returnedto the body of the house to be painted white with any part pricrs. aw
practically under British control, except revolvb about each other every four red trimmings and the shades to-be painted at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ky. Lumber delivered to an,

the Transvaal, which is independent as his neighbors In the new garb. lIe days and these two swing about the "reen part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
was Immediately ejected from the com To place nine new window sash In the Courthouse
1' to its internal affairs; the Orange Free third.-New York Sun. room. New threshhoid at West door.
munlt, Ills farm was taken from him
To repair and put In perfect+ order, all blinds,
F4 State, which is independent, and an ally as well as his stock and farm machinery and furnish new ones where needed. SAW AND ri-ANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE;! YARD

'r of the Transvaal; Gorman Southwest and he was given strict orders Any fond New youth n ole In who DanclnK.cherishes Ideasof To Courthouse.put new Doors. at front and back entranceto FtUatka Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine

?i Africa and Portuguese East Africa. never again to put his foot on property To replace windows on lower floor where need-
pressing the Illy hand of his s""t.ht'art ed with of those from the room above.
The area of tho Orange Free State, owned by any member of the settle- In the mazes of the dance during The lloarft same reserves to itsell the right to rejept WILSON CYPRESS, COMPANY

which has declared against Great Britain ment. After several weeks he allowedhis any and all bids. ,
the coming winter may at once relinquish J. R. WALKER
is estimated at -18,320:! square miles, and beard to grow to Its former length that ambition. It is hopelesslyout Chairman Board of County Commissioners, Manufacturers of -
discarded his clothes for the old
.: the census of 1800 had a white population new ff date Henceforth he will waltz
F, of and returned to his people 'They finally and "two1 step" with his left arm planed -' Executor's Notice.
77,710 40,571 males and 37,145females.
I received him and returned; his propertyto # Cypress Lumber Shingles 'and Lath. *:
There were, besides 120,787 him. I to his side, while the fair,one employs ,

.1t j her right hand to..hold .up the Is hereby given to all whom It may
natives In the state, 07,791! males and Another .\mI8hOlI\II. while doing his .
rain of her The train Is do NOTICE that six months from this date
\ shingle'
gown. A stock of
Dry Cypress flooring cclllng -siding mouldings,
Gl)00!) females, making a total popul.itlou trading 'Vashlugtou, became struck the undersigned; will presen' to lion. D.L. ,

of 207,503.: Bloomfontoln, tho capital with the\ \Idea of wheeling. He purchased rigueur, no more affection of a train Oaulden.County Judge, of Hrevard and voucher county,, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypre
but sweeping: low of silk and satin, Floridatils final report account"
had 2,077 while inhabitants and ,a I cycjo and went gleefully and surreptitious under Its i tocether with his petition for discharge\ as executor mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
home to show the machine squeezes of the last will and testament of Emily When at .write for and see us.
1,382 natives In 1890. to the sheltering folds are strictly forbidden. A. Reynolds deceased. home us prices; when up our way, come

, h Tho frontier of tho Orange Free State members t his family. The old This was the edict of the American Pat. dot Fort Pierce, Florida, this 8th day of -
Amlshmeu of the settlement looked
measures about 000 ratios 200 miles of Society of Professors of Dancing In
I ;
., wise aud culled a mass meeting to decide R. S. REYNOLDS FOR '
which joins the South African > convention assembled In New York recently. Executor Estate "f Emily $3.20.
Republic whether or not It was proper for The suggestion that this arrangement A. Reynolds, deceased.C. ,
There are no fortifications on ,the Iron one of their\ number to ride sucha
would lucumber the dances T. McCarty, Sent to us by Express, postoftlce order or New York Exchange, we wi
tlcl''fllmplTl'lbuu'o.. contrivance as bicycle.. The verdict with nil the disabilities of a rudderless Attorney for Executor. JuntMmo send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
of the elder heads
J' was againstthe
ship was (powerless to revoke It. Truly -
During tho winter of 1897 Mr James young Amlshmau. and ho was compelled the new gown will l'ntal1l\traln, of master's, Sale. FOUR FULL QUARTS .
Hood, one "of the loading citizens and to part with the wheel.-Chicago'
woes.-New York World -
merchants. of. Clay Clay Co.V.! .. Va., Tribune. Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
of final decree ,
and virtue a of
struck his w-TVDER by !, !.
leg a cane of ico in
4 against
U I foreclosure rendered i>y the Hon.lmOr o.
r such a manner as to brulso It severely flollrnr, the :Sinn Killer. \Vondcrftl'Irai.: ". Jones Judge of the Circuit jCourt In and
'" It became very much swollen, and pained Bollyur, the man killing circus elo The map of France In stone which for Hrevard County, Florida,on the 8th day of Calhoun Pure Whiske)
,WW: In II certain cause In chancery
him so badly that ho could not walk the Russians for the September
are preparing
\ phuut, who since Dof. :23.:!:: 1888, has therein pending In said court, wherein Kate
without tho aid of crutches Ho was been captive\ at the Philadelphia zoo Pails exhibition Is n remarkable specimen a'rh.k Is1 cUl1ll'll\lu..nt. and William n. )>'rlnk.a'I ,
treated by used Of thr estate of Catherine We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, which will] avoir'' ?IIW
physician, also several of the administrator no marks to Indicate contents ( :
bklll. It shows
t' kinds of liniment and two and half logical gardous, lei eatd to bo more than lapidary's Stewart, ot al.are defendants, I will as special ment. When you Ret It and test it. If it Is not satisfactory, return it at OUR EXPENSE to
1; a 70 years old. lie was presented to each Individual department( In colored master in chancery, sell for cash to the highest your 83,20 will be cheerfully refunded. Tills WhlMcey Is as good as any 1i.00: goods in then'pie
gallons In
whiskey bathing it, but the we are close at hand and ran give distant houses
Jasper while the Is and best bidder on you QUICKER DELIVERY than
nothing Rave any relief until ho began Philadelphia by the late Adam Fore- sea representedby been doing business this (city and at the same stand for over 18 YEARS, and ti I\lr Rl
using ChamboiUlu's Pain Balm. This paugh and has not been freed from his lapis 1111the\ rivers by platinum FIRST MONDAY IX NOVEMBER: 18W, I'OXSIIUUTY AND KEI'UTATIOX for boueut dealing, we refer you to any merc las \ Her. or

brought almost ,a complete euro In a chains for more than ten years. No and the 10(5 towns marked by precious: IwlnethaOth day of said 1 month and a legal the editor, of this paper

week's tlmo aud ho believes that had he one noticing his cordial manner to the Iitoll{>H. The countries bordering on sales front day of,the between court the house legal door hours in or Titusvllle sale In SOLOMON A: LEVI,

not used this remedy his leg would havo email boy feeding hIm' peanuts 'would France" are given by gray Jasper and 1\n>\&rtl County, all tint follow Ids IlcKerlloulireal '1028 & 1030 First Avenue

''1 had to bo amputated. Pain Balm Is suspect that ho had killed two men In 14 Islands are represented by stone Hrevard estate County.to-wit: All Florida the: following, to-wit! : Commeno land lyingIn P. O., Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM I. ALA.

unequaled sprains, bruises and iheuma- his time Ills mate, Princess, who is of the Mime color as that used for tho HIT on the went hound of Dalanoy Avenue at a C0'PANV
tism. For siilo: by all Druggists and very tame, U allowed to bathe adjacent mainland. The map rests on stone post,running terly 114. feet, more or NOTICEs-We" pay Express Charges to all points reached by "SOUJIIERX }'XI'RF.'S;! site-
medicine dealers every less, to a stone post being the Northwest corMI but to points on lines of other Express Companies prepay only to points
't cj' day and stroll around the Inclosure. a marble slab about three: feet square, of a lot T heretofore sold to !Miss Kate and Southern Exuress Company transfers to said other Express Company
, But old aaiul It Is proposed to Inclose it In Harry Ever running them North Twenty tee,
Bolivar, owing to his irascible Q.
Tho of the West
Queen Greece Is tho only heneagast: 1U feet more or less
temper} Is never permitted to have tho silver frame.Westminster Gazette. bounds Delanoy Avenue,thence South twenty
I woman In tho world. slightest freedom feet to the place of begjonlng,and bounded on NIC J1RE1sc:

f:, Some authorities hold to the \Idea that Ih oatoflon. the the South East by by Oelanoy lands of Avenue Kate and,and Harry on the fcjer.North on

/ child's disposition is largely governed I Ileiiinrknble Life Saving No other living British soldier hilt and West by lands of U. K, Wood. Llxzle Wood
and recorded
his wife and Addle M. Wood, in DEPOT FORBartholomay's
,. by its diet, citing the gentleness of the A reiuarkrbio Incident has come to. rained promotion more rapidly than nre\'ar,1 Comity Florida! March 21st 18U1. In
light lu connection with Lord Wolseley. The following arc his hook"I"pab0150,
rico-ealing races against tho quarrelling a recent: GEO. !II. ROn IXS.

f of nieat-eatlug children I In proof.. drowning/ case at Itothesay, One of various steps, with dates; Ensign, Rpeeial| l Master In Chancery, Rochester Beer

the occupants of the boat a boy 8 1852; captain, 1S33; major, 1S58: lieutenant D,L.O.Lt1LDEs,80lldtor for Complainant.

On the tenth of!' December, 1807, Rev, years of age, whose swimming master colonel. ISol; colonel, 1803; dep--

I.: S. A. Donuhoo, pastor 1\1. K. Church, had told him In an emergency to lie\ uty quartermaster general, 1807;; assistant Notice. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.

South upon his buck in the water, did adjutant general 1871; major
{ Pt. Pleasant. Va.,contracted a BO. MKKCHANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M. 25 CENTS. .
severe .cold which was attended from Two little girls belonging to the party, general 1873> quartermaster general, Is hereby given that on the 21st day Florida

r<; ''t' tho beginning/ violent coughing He held on to his legs and a smaller boa 1880; adjutant general 1882s: general NOTICE be .heard A I> iso:will, or apply as soon to his thereafter Honor 1)...L.I 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, _

j,;"j"y.! .: "After resorting to ,a number of rested hU head on the youth's breast. 1883. lIe received !23,000 for his servIces < .. Oaulden can County Judne of ltr*\'ard County, for

y,.:. '''. no-called 'specifics,1' usually kept in the The tour thus floated' for borne minutes In Ashautl and !20,000 for hIs con a anal settlement of \IIY coounts and approvalof

.e house, to no purpose, I purchased a bottle and were picked by wh, duct of the Egyptian' campaign. lIe 'my distribution of the asaets 01 the Kstataof
of up men. H. CJ Smith, deceased and for my discharge Fine Executed
I acted Chamberlain's like a charm Cough; 1 most Bemedy cheerfully which had ,to row nearly n mile to their res1rue. I was the youngest captain In the arm ", rroiMjbe:, .,'administratorship W of L said ALLzB estate.Administrator.. Job Work Quickly

Three adults-two sisters having reached that'rank after
j' recommend It to the public" For sale and a / ouiy .
''eetbeart-i\'e&'Q drowned. three years' service. ,tensen.rta.8opt..8th.1MB.ttobtml .
by all and medicine dealers.
;. Druggists( & Uraiuuu,AU'yt for Administrator AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.


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The Hartford (Conn.) Courant, In referring -
Io1tAL J
to the war between Englandand
WORTH AND BfftOATNK BAT.*OT10 .. the Transvaal and Orange Free FLA.

State, says : In this war the sympathies POWDER

i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. and good wishes of intelligent AesQLuTLY PURE YOU would do well if you hare property to sell and want It advertised In '

Americans should be unreservedly with paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hand of life men, to write at I thl, ,

CHARLES H. WALTOK, Editor & Proprietor our English kinsmen. We have seen Makes the food delicious wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public once to.
I more JJJPMany sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency Wh '
In Santo Domingo, in Central America, ,
Discontinuance of adTM. mOIl be made personally aevat !aaa..e ae.era eo. nw YOfOt& yours. uot.'
I in South America that there is no
at this office or by writing_ PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10 00.
N virtue In the word "republic nor I '
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
Check,etc..may he made payable to CHARLES in the form of government for whichit Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north
PROF. Kocn the well known and eminent DR. PORTER'S REPORT. of ta
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. stands. The so-called South African Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and.vegetables. Price, $1,000 11

republic is in fact a particularly odious authority upon various diseases, ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres,.60 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1 ,
Address all communication to expresses the opinion that the Indiscriminate On Sunday night last, Dr. Porter, the year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000. > thIa
? INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE hidebound, corrupt and tyrahlca! little use of quinine as a prophylatlo State Health Officer, sent out the following HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $3 to $25 per acre.
FixmrnA. oligarchy. It owes its existence to the report : One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2$ miles west of Titusville
TrrtnivtLLK.!: in malarial countries is attended good f
sullen resentment of the Dutch 'slave "MiAMt, FLA., Oct. 22.-State Boardof pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $3,O.OO. a
with great danger and is in cases Fla. The fol- /
many Health, 'Jacksonville\ :
holders of the Colony at England's -
U. S. Department of Agriculture the indirect cause of the pernicious lowing has been Issued, which make -,j

Weather Ilurcau-Jupiter, Fin. emancipation of their slaves. It "black-water" fever, one of the most public: 'Executive Office State Boardof
owes its local habitation to their mer- virulent forms of malarial diseases. Health of Florida, Miami, Fla., Oct. Jas. :B. :Sours
ciless slaughter black men-the "Ca- 22,1889.-ToHhe public Miami: Aftera ,
The following is a comparative utate- naanltes" whom they found in their The general practice among persons careful examlnatloir-of many of the
rainfall for the from of fever the State Health Officer
ment of temperatureand coming temperature to tropical cesen ,
week ending Monday, Oct. 10, ISO!). "promised land." Ever since, this prec- latitudes of saturating their systems announces the existence of yellow feverin HEiy, Gkrftln.: Feed, dour
t -18901898-' ious republic has proscribed the negro Miami. Five distinct cases of yellow ,
{ DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. )f IN. because of his color, as it has proscribed -! with quinine taken in regular and often fever have been seen, and from clinical GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL.. NEW GARDEN
17 84 72 80 72 excessive doses is vigorously con- histories submitted there are doubtless
the Roman Catholic and the Jew because SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE
18 83 .73 81 72 demned by Prof. Koch, because, first, several others. The Infection Is distributed TIME.
84 72 78 07 of their religion. It has oppressed the town mild in character
19 over '
seriously weakens the action of tha
20 83 70 80 70 I and robbed Americans as it has oppressed but unmistakable in recognition. To Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills\ all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or

21 81 72 70 72 'and robbed Englishmen. It heart, and, second, because the system, limit the spread of and to destroy the beast.. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
22 78 70 07 00 has planted itself squarely and defiant having become inured to the drug, fails infection as rapidly as possible, a depopulation quotation,
23 78 09 75 55 to respond to quinine treatment in Case of Miami is recommended.If Lowest cash prices.
ly In the path of civilized progress.. It
Total rainfall for the week: 0.38. of actual sickness; the efficiency of the fifty or more persons will leave for Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE:
Departure from normal rainfall for the is an anachronism, an obstruction and article been exhausted Hendersonville, N. C., which: place will FLA.
week: minus 1:01: inches. Departurefrom a nuisance. The sooner it is abated, having as a pre- admit fever refuges from this section, a -4
1 ventive, it has no longer any important special through train will\ be providedby
normal rainfall since January once for all and thoroughly, the better
plus 4.71Incht'M. value as a remedy, and experience the Florida East Coast Railway System. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
for all concerned-even the surviving
A less number than will not
Observer. fifty
C. J. DOHEHTY, shows that a person debilitated by the ,
burghers themselves. be taken by connecting lines at Jackson ,
immoderate of ,
- use quinine may take
ville. As soon as possible a detention
malarial fever and die of it like any camp for refuges will be provided at a
fosoPolIES and trusts are like ba- HURRAH FOR JACKSONVILLE. one else. It is even asserted that the convenient point for those who cannotgo CEMENT) BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

bit'". :Men arc opposed to tliem.on $;'en- -, increased death rate in certain portionsof as far as Ilendersonvllle, N. C. The ,
eral principle until they acquire a Jacksonville's citizens have decidedto quarantine of Miami and the surveillanceof
; West Africa, where the conditionsof this section as fat north ns New river Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle: Stains.
personal interestln one. have another Gala Week and when
; living have been greatly improved (Fort Lauderdale) will be maintained as

the merchants of Florida's metropolis during the last ten years*, is due largely rigidly as human agency: can effect it.' JSp- Write for Samples and Prices.
EUKOPKAN stocks of wheat are said unkertake to do anything, they does to the increased and indiscriminate "JOSKPH Y. PORTER, i

to be twice as big as they were a year, not go at it in a half-hearted manner, use of quinine, now obtained so much ":State Health Officer." Old 'Phone 8. )jut "_ 13 Hogan Street,

ago, but the export movement from but do it with a heartiness that .is a cheaper.

the United States continues to beat pleasure to behold. Jacksonville's merchants I KILLED IN FRANCE. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
last year's record. are men of .push and perseveraiice The Tampa Tribune says : "In the

f and they always give "the right Transvaal the minority is said to rule A dispatch from Paris, published in
Time Transvaal war is still, going; on hand of fellowship" to their country
the majority, and the British kicked the London Times, says: MeMurray & Baker
in earnest, but where' are the. wonderful'Boersharpshooterswerendsomuch- cousins when they visit the above go- because they were taxed ,without rep A great sensation has been caused here ,

; ahead and live city. From personal resentation. It to by the murder of an Englishmen named
about? At Majuba hill and Laing's experience the ADVOCATE can prove heard many times in these United we Derrick Derrick was by French so shockingly detectives injured, at Dieppe.thatan 410, 412, 414, 41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

Nek there were 20,000 Boers and 2,000 the above statement. When the residents -
States the slogan'no taxation without unusual surgical operation had to be Headquarters for-
i'' British soldiers, and the former won of the metropolis feel inclined to representation,' and that our forefathers performed upon him, with the result that
the battle. By the time the war is accomplish! anything, there is a long gangrene Intervened and he died. Derrick .
based their
rebellion this
ended tho oppressed Uitlanders will and on propos- was set upon at the same time as his 'Wagon l Material Vehicles Harness
]pull, a strong ]pull a pull altogether. ition. Ooin Paul and his coterie have master, wealthy Englishman named Bicycles .
know whether to have equal ,
they are Hence their uSllalsucCl'8S. ,
a cinch on affairs in the Transvaal.\ Captain O'Neill Murphy, who is a broth
rights with the Boers. As entertainers, Jacksonville's residents His entire family and connections are er-in-law of :Sir: Charles Wolseley, and a x and Sundries.' '
1 hard to cousin by marriage: of Lord Wolseley the t
arc beat; and many instances in clover under laws ,
present but the
? DAME KUMOU says that the Hon. of their hospitality can be per- Uitlanders kick. The Transvaal trust, British Captain commander-In-chief.Murphy had incurred the "KELLY". SOLID RUBBER TIRES put' on you wheelsat

,: Robert W. Davis will have some opposition sonally proven by the representativesof ] I i. e.Oom Paul & Co., ignore their complaints wrath of the Dieppe casino officials, be- short notice.

at the coming election for the ADVOCATE, who occasionally pay 'and hurl defiance at the British cause he had caused a director of the

Congressman of the Second CongressIonal it a visit It is a pleasure to know that government. The end is certain but Petits Chaux at Calais to be arrested for

District of Florida. We hope not. Florida has such .swindling.
a flourishing city as
perhaps not immediate. Ooin I'l1.ul'sgold Captain Murphy Is one of the most HAMMOND PACKING CO.
: Judge Davis is a goof man, an able and Jacksonville; and the pink paper. of trust will\ be bursteiU".." respected English residents of Paris; he .
conscientious worker, a stalwart Democrat Florida heartily joins the Times.Unlon is a brother of D. F. Murphy of San (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

a genial and accomplished gentleman and Citizen, the Metropolis, and the Francisco. In spite of his passport and OUR SPECIALTIES :
YELLOW FEVER AT MIAMI.I credentials he hauled off to
, wrs jail
and a talented lawyer. The wishing
Evening Call in possi-
every stripped and measured and finally sentenced "Coin Special" hams 'and 'breakfast bacon
! docs
ADVOCATE not know who will be ble success to Gala Week.
to eight days imprisonment for
Judge Davis' opponent in the comingrace I Jacksonville's Evening Call in reference protecting his; own house against armed "Coin Special" canned meats.

but we hope to see him succeed LOST ON RACE HORSES. D. T.to Gerow the above, a member says: of the state thieves, who had. attacked it in the name "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

himself in the next Congress.! board of health, whose experience in the of The the law.British consul attempting to "Calumet" leaf lard.

Many a fortune has been lost in racehorses epidemic of 1888 makes him one of the bring the murderers of Derrick to justice Homemade pure lard.
I 'WHILK the yellow fever epidemic has and among the loosens we may most competent lay authorities on the English feeling intensely excited .

i 1 been raging in Key West for quite awhile mention the name of :Mr.( Michael F.< subject Lauderdale, has and just makes returned the from Fort about the Incident which is likely to "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

p it is nstonishliiff few deaths Dwyer, well known as the proprietor : following report have important international consequences. all Packing House Products. Florida! Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
It Is reported Captain Murphy
have taken pll1<'I'" Up to this writing of Hote1 Indian River, llockledge. "I satisfied that every me'asure'that has relatives in Philadelphia. ,

1,218' persons have been attacked with The money lost in the purchasing of can be taken to practically isolate Miami

yellow fever, and the deaths'have only equine "gold bricks" in the last few from been effected.all connection In order with to this realize city how has Florida Rivers and Harbors. WILLIAM CLARKE SANITPLU1lBER.

been 59. This is the lowest death record years is, no doubt known to many of complete the isolation is, one must visit .

from an epidemic we have ever the ADVOCATE readers. The young the country and: understand its topogra[ /
heard of in the south. The of The annual report of the chief of engineers Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Sheet
people man who yearns to see his colors at the phy.The Florida East Coast railway is the of the army was made public in Hoofing,

Key West are going about their bush front, and who is willing to spend a only medium by which persons can travel Washington, this week, giving the state Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath 'l'ubll, Water Clos

ness as usual, and they do not appear fortune to placfi them there,often finds northward. Trains from this city southward of rivers and harbors throughout the eta and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

to be! much worried over yellow fqver.Cou t that there Is'110 royal road to success go ony.ns1'. a Furl, Lauderdale, I country, and the estimated amounts
on the north bank of New Kivor. The that can bo profitably expended duringtlie desertwtions re-tinned.
I upon] the turf. crew on the trains are changed three next fiscal; yea r. Follow ing are some
I! II, R. DUVAL has retired from The have often of the East On
,' Dyers paid good ]prices times between that point and this city 1st figures:
I y the presidency of the Florida Central for untried yearlings, but when Now River is twenty-six miles from St..Johns Biver-Cost of completion. 37 Forsyth St, near Laura Jacksonville Florida,

;, ,1 & Peninsular Kuihvny, much to the regret they paid $10ooa( for Houston simply] Miami, and It is at this point that the $! :+0;: expended diuinir year tti.oOl: ,
appropriation remaining $2!"IH.123appro.
: quarantine Is established The nature ,
his friends
many throughoutthe bC'IUSlIll! was a full brother to the
of the country below is such that travel priation recommended' 500000.
State, lie has worked most assiduously great Hanover they capped the climax by land is ditlicult and almost impracti Voliisi.1, liar-A ppropriated$2,000( ; expended FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NQTICE !

for the upbuilding of Floridaever Houston was the prodigal son of the cable At New River a sanitary inspector $332; recommended $2,000.

since he assumed charge of the family, and caiisod'intense mortification (guards; the biidge by night and day St. A\1 llIlnealance on hand f({,000;

road, and has been !held in the highest ,. to his distinguished relaiive, The and no Fort one Lauderdale U allowed to I to pass Miami The is mado trainfrom cost Indian of completion River between, $24,000.Gnat creek and Benedict Pollak & CO. Wholesale House

' esteem, not only by the employees, but 10,000 investment proved anything up at tho former place and has no connection Jupiter Inlet-Cost of completion $20,000: ; ,

but by the traveling public and residents !- but n race horse, and his history further with the train going north. recommended $20,000. Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfiy Netting and Screen

along the line of tho F. C. & P, illustrates the fact that a man is A" Miami is nenily 300' miles south of Negro Cut-Balance available 12820. Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton, in all num
Mr. John Williams of the this city and is entirely cut off from communication Key West-Cost of completion $200.. hers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases old to
not always wise to invest in a horse or new ones. Special attention paid
000 expended during $;O.lrJ:<( bal-
there I II for ; year, ;
no reason uneasiness
correspondence. Traveling men the dealers,
Seaboard Air Line has been elected to on road constantly. We only sell to !
simply because he has the blood of on the part of citizen\ here. ante available, $25,117; recommended, corporations and hotels. Anything line we
the post made vacant by Col. Duval's some known great performer.At Besides the health authoiUles have provided $200,000. River dredge, balance avail have In stock. Liberal terms and IIbel'af usually treatment kept ey storekeepers in our

retirement.SIATK the sale of Congressman Scott's for a means by which, persons desiring able, $35,000.)(
to leave for points further north BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
the Dwyers j paid !large sum for

: ATTORNKV J. I). JU'.oas still Bolero He lost his speed upon the for can the get purpose.away on special There: Is trains, therefore provided, no USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE 32, 34,36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.__

seems to foe in the lend as the popular change of ownership, and "Father Bill Inducement for refugeeng! through almost Stains-the best known wood picser-
vatlve. Trios C. WATTS & Co.
candidate/ for governor. "Wo have not Daly finally obtained him for $501)<)(). Is an Impassible country." Jacksonville Fla., JOHN R. ALIER
Dr. Porter is in Miami and has ,
heard of any paper along the East it any surprise to fllHI the Dwyers have now ,
taken of there.If .
personal charge matters
Coast being opposed to him. :Mr.Beggs to Furniture '
come grief
-Ono of anti-germ water filters Ice Cream rari0r.Millinery ] .
i is one of our state's loading attorneys, cnn be working at the
you are In search of bargains, seen ADVOCATE
and has been prominently identified ExlxlmmMRNTs: on the ell'ect of kero. read the ADVOCATE columns carefully office. See ad. on Oth pa e.o''irxl.tC.on .

t with J.'lorllllfor the past twenty years smite for the purpose of diminishing the : Soda Watery ,

I lie is n man of the people, and lives number of mosquitoes} in places infos Goods
and bottles.
(Fount )
with the! people, but is withal a true ted by them have shown that by placing : : s d<:, Fitch. ,

and upright gentleman. The Anvo. a small quantity kerosene on the 'Notions Cigars & TobaccO.

CATK was among time first papers to surface of pond,pool or.tan k of water JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, etc. .
tt suggest him for governor, and we have in which the female would be likely to Grocers and Commission Merchants.DKAR "Star Building." :. Confectionery,

not altered our opinion. Let us give deposit her eggs, a large number may ("at the old stand."" )
SIR-We quote )'ou. few prices below and when la need of the following article
throe cheers for Boggs.WK destroyed The kl'rost'lltwhll'h is send us your ord*re. We make a specialty of Mall Order. me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive I prompt

fatal to most varieties of mosquito, immediately PRICE LIST: and careful att ntlou. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.

) still hold the inlmd the race out in thin Dost Flour, per bbl.$125 Green Coffee, ,,erlb. ................. .. .8. .10 ,
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very lIalf bbl.................. ...... 2.30 Arbuckle sCoaeeperl......,.......... 9 .12U ::
was won in away that has caused much film, so that any of the insects that IW-Ib. Sack..........".... ... 2.25 Tea perlb................................. jtt!
favorable ( Orlt, .............. ....... l.an: lardcowpountperlb...........,....... ..OS Every Home School
1 mum English newspapers hatch out must be destroyed, unIt'ss.IS Meal .u'I' .... ,................ 1.10 I.ardol"re"oerlb .... .................... .6K and Office should own
The nu-t'S run leave hurlll '.n is claimed by those who consider this .". wheat .. ............. ... 1.23, 14' Tomatoo8.3.1b.callll.lerdo. .. ........ .DOIMe Webster's International Dictionary
Corll" .. ............. .... l.no I'oaclieKS-lli.cun., loer dOl........... 1.00 ? R5
shadow of a doubt as to the superiority of but little avail, the young are able "I\s a U .. .'.... ............ In Tablet'eudlesJ/ :- cam,}>er dos......... IJiO I\Tt tt T51L of ENGLISH
of the Columbia the 1'1'1\11" ................. tat Corn.2.lb.cans.l.erdu.. ..,,.., ,t o DICTinvTOv"r. Biography, Geography, Fiction cleo'c
over Shamrock.In to thrust the tip of their\ respiratoryorgans Feed Meal,i>er tack.. .............. M lbtkedlmeaus,3: -lb.caus, perdoz ,..., .... 1,00 STANDARD: AUTHORITY'or.h. iT.h.
all there were eleven races, but through the film of oil. The NrlRht C M Meal, per sack........... 1.03 Kardinen per doi .. .. .................. ..43.no tho U' U. S. Supreme Court._ State* "
Meal Fertilizer ::'OO-lbu .............,..... Sao 8 ltaon-lbs., pers. k. ... ... .., ..... S'it5 r"lneiit Priming Office,and cj / Cotiea\!lH fttakr .
1 eight of them were not Hnished owingto larva of the cnlex mosquito floats in Hay, perewt ., ..,..,.......,.... ..... .*5 Match, i>er gron8......................, ..* other Educator.. >ortwffiutn3bUr>uie SuperintSndcnit el tichooU: :: )
the wind being too 1h'rtISitellles. per Ib............ ..... 06 Cract'en.iotla, perlb. ................. 06 ___
light to carryi water with the dead downward, while Ham, perlb ....... .,.... ..\.,.... ,10Bh Cl'1\ckera.ltJlnon.l'tlrlb.. .... ..,.......... ,6% WEBsTER'S
i them to the goal within the time limit. that of anopheles, the one that Is believed .'I. .ulder .perlb. .. .,...,,;,,....... .0)4 Ginger Snaps |wr Ib... ....... ,....... .. .Ile with A Valuable Glossary of
Uloei>erlb ........ ..... S\r6 OcUiron Soap, )>er doxlearliue ..................... 43 COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch7ofA! .d '. 3.SCStSJfcf"UIi _
It has been a costly yacht race for Sir to be the carrier of the malarial GratwlatedSugar.irl.,,.......,.... 6S per dos..,."................,... 43 A book : tz0 PTta ,
P Thomas Lipton ; but like a true sports- parasite, floats horizontally, so that Toothpick Tub.'Ou.loer Ib.,.,..........,. .4? I'uuaa, per Lloa"U ularyenmplewdefioitionsandp new the International. It he.aiablo vocab. Dltl"" attluatratcL
uaIeetymnlu '
inan,he says he lIiay come back in 1001 there Is every chance that the. latter Bead ui your order and,make u*. your conalenraento.. We Invite correspondence. Its 'ptgndit;if p Mug ie oI vatuahle e.ialurntauoa iiaaoverreopagaz, 4I.r 'dy

to have another try for the cup. May would 1>more easily! killed;1 by- the kerosene -,.. 'I McTlMMO.XS, IT',FITCH.id>>, :29 South Oct.!an JACKSONVILLE'BU JJQ(1tc... of Iam(1e( bt.J obr rent on appU"4Uu.
lie meet with( better success next time, method. FLA.
rr Spot cash buyer of Hide,Furs,Wool and Alligator Skins C.' t: c. MERRIA1\1 CO.
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1,1. Rooks Jensen., -of White City was In High east Eau winds r Gallie.prevail .FE RTI L I ZE RS.

I Saturday, the guest of D. E. last Mrs. W. J. Nesbltt went to Daytona, ,,. ., ,

n. Monday, on a short visit
'. and high water seem to
order of the day; the high water T. J. Thompson, of Canaveral: was in
dnlt some of our prospective gar- town a day or two this week. SPECIAL PRICES .

from starting their crop on the Miss Jennie Miller paid her usual visit .m

Ihore.Toasalnt. to her family, at Melbourne over Satur-

St. Lucle River TO.Pineapple .
of was day.Wm.
last Sunday. Mr. Tousalnt Treutler Is
on setting out
wan young '
set seven acres In orange orange; trees on his place south of Eau W' Growers. (

wand Is He quite combines well satisfied energy with with uallle river. .. m:@ ;

(unit. Miss
I, succeeds Lorena Faber, of Faustina, arrlv-

II'OD' In securing the best result for visit ed last to Eau week GallIe.and will make a lengthy 1 A1.1. Arou.n.d.: F r1l.1.:1mor.: : .

Lpenditure.I Price $25.00.GUARANTEED IT" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to W
L. B. Dawson of Narrows H
Mrs- JIfc Jensen arrived was In town
i after and an absence of four months Tuesday. Mr. Dawson will put In 70 ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will provo to you we can save you money.
acres in beans this fall.
mountains of withethem na young Molntnra.......4. ........r....... ............r...... ......... .......... ...... ate 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
Fma bringing Supt. Goff and Traffic Ammonia ................... .... .... .......u,......... a to 6 ,
of age, of which with of the F. Manager Beck- E-t Equal to anlphateof Ammonia.... .,............ ...............................20 to SBAT BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
|Jensen very dodo Ashton E. C. R'way passed here, .llnlile rJioftnhoric Arid. .. ... ..............i.. ........,................,.. a to 8 ,
are very northbound, Monday. Equal to Bmie I'luwphat of Lime.. ...........1(..............................., It to 13 DISSOLVED.BONE
learned to be up-to-date Potash K2 0.......... .... ......... ............ ...........,...........,..,...,. B to fl NITRATE OF SODA,
L during histtrip; and sportsnd ,iIV A. IIardee Co- have removed F.qualtoBlIlpbateof FotMh...... ............,{* .. ............>.............. 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO
man .... ... ... ... .. ..,. ... ..... .. STEMS,
g wheel like fishing outfit to Sebastian where )la L ,Soda, eto .. ... \. ...... .... 55 to 60
| town on a an expert. It Is reported, they arc just catching, lots, II ;:: :: Write for Special i Parr\phlet.: : TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, 1I
I09e who doubt the advisability of of fish.
ItM orange Master Herbert Harris who Is Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
should' make a little of inspec- attend c
groves lug school here, goes to Mlcco H
1 among the small that have afternoon every Friday ____
planted by our numerous citizens, to spend Saturday with -
fill their doubts and fears will\\ vanish. parents. Ploaso Correspondwith us boforo being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
have been so taken up with plne- Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth went to Cocoa

Lg that we have ignored one of thet Tuesday, via steamer Sliver King amienjoyed [ rl- Pamphlet. f-LI

and best industries that was avail- ((1)) a rough passage on the return .

I hr;: but more the fertile light and soils produce we have better here trip. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO;

Mr. and Mrs. R.
lite( than we ever thought possible Inline Richardson are now ,
and the located at Daytona, where Mr. Richardson -
of growing oranges
I that what oranges were here during is in the employ of the F. };. C. H'y, J'ac1 oI1Ville, Florida: .

Ircezeof 94-95; were Uninjured makes as telegraph operator.
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I section particularly of intrinsic Miss Jackie Rice after spending sever- -

}? to persons desirous of starting al days pleasantly visiting with Miss Melbourne. Tibbals. SHIPPING CATTLE. Xotloo.concerns .

|es in localities exempt from dam- Laura Houston, left last ::Saturday for -
cold. It is true there are no larges her home, Titusville. -
The Secretary; of Agriculture has promulgated nlllllnn, who
or persons
land which an extensive may
of upon Capt. \7. J. Jarvis and J.oanR.Att'nt Choir meeting every Thursday. after nvorder modifying previous have entered! Into with
Estate arrangements
be planted, but as the average family, of Key OOODE A nOUDR.-Real one
.1 o'clock tho Paul'sEpiscopal
Lr ecan not the means to go in on a West, were passengers on :Sunday's train I for )JKtna London and Liven100'' and noon at In St. tcgulatlons concerning: tho shipment of 7, n. Dunn for an advertisement In n
has church. All Invited.Dr. .
: for St. Globe, and Imperial Fire Insurance. special are cattle from November 1 from the
jo scale, small bodies are the best for Augustine. ,Capt. Jarvis' friends attention paid to the Intercut of non real- quarantined proposed book to bo called liThe Ship
Uduals, and any man can diversify are delighted to hear of his, and his\ fam- dents. C. P. Plaits and wife, of Fort district. The order permits shipment per' and recolvei's Guide," should send

(1 business in such a way as to have Ily's complete recovery from their recent Pierce, spent Saturday and Sunday in nftcr.that date without any rentilc- to Mr. J. 1'. Bcckwlth Trafllc :Manager,
ji oranges and pineapples growing sickness.Mrs. j' Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE this place ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs. tions, except those enforced bv local regulations ; Jo'ltIIlcllfolIt: Coast Railway St. Augustine -

She same land at the same time, the J. II. D. Smith the pink paper of the East Coast, will be James Andrews and Mr. and Mrs Ilor- to nil\ polnin, except Tennoswo, I'lltheir contract with Dunn and
all of bilng- received a telegram received at the Melbourne Postofflco. ton.. Missouri Kansas, Western Texas Now a ropy of tho advertisement which was
apples paying expense Tuesday, announcing the death at Mexico, Oklahoma and Arl7.IIDICattle to have been puhllxhcd.
I on both. It takes several years for Miami, of her sister-in-law Mis. Charles James Andrews spent several days last Any communication -
intended for these State lowed I
are to on this subject addressed\ to 1lr.Jleckwlthwl1ll'cclJlve \ .
section to find what is :tsmitu. J. II. Baker has returned from his trip
{newly-settled The deceased lady was a nativeof week on his plantation near Fort Pierce, bo shipped after undergoing\, Inspectionnnd \ attention.
(best pollicy to adopt in the building Trempealean, Wisconsin, and will be down the(river. looking after the extensive Improvementshe found free from Infection. As the prompt

[of their permanent industries but pleasantly remembered by many friends W L. Koefor, of Wabasso, was in is having mado. Mr. Andrews is also regulations: stood before tho change waR -Take note of tho election notice for
I are finding out more that is good in here where she resided during the having quite nn addition built to tho made
early last without
town Tuesday. they prohibited shipment the town of Tltusvlllo on our :2nd .
I pago.If
section than we ever thought possl- of shed Henlah l'lantalionlttthis
years her married life. Her untimely pineapple on \ Inspection before January 1.
[ and we purpose to*take advantageor death is spoken of with sorrow and sym Mr. and Mrs Henry Stark, of Malabar, place, of which he Is.manager; gnarl
discoveries. pathy. were In town this week. you ", you will
< On last Wednesday afternoon the ladies
find the ADVOCATE nn excellent ndvcr-
I M. Ilavltt To
John Minor and John Clohcrcy, [of of this place and Eden met at the residence lUatgit. Using medium.

tmWe would esteem the favor if our Lotus. Tillman, wore in town Sahurday. I of Kov.: J. L. Sawyer, of this place, -

iiera, when writing or calling\ upon Miss Lillie Roberson sang a very pretty to discuss tho subject of holding a sociable A telegram from London, Wednesday -
(advertisers to purchase merchandise, solo last in tho and bazaar nt tho residence of Rev.Sawyer says: Michael Davttt, after apowoetmtiIndictment
Sunday evening Congrogational r1JkC Jll.: r "
1,would mention the ADVOCATE. Low lands are gradually drying off. : church. in the near future, to start a of the war against the !Doers ,, er\\
Sharp Bros., and J. M. Ennis building fund for the erection of a Congregational In tho House of Commons to-day, caiml\
business In Cocoa last week. transacted The schooner Queen, Capt. Roy Me- church, which they propose ho would resign his seat In Parliament (s1 () West Buy St Jacksonville,

Banyan. Fadden, expects to leave Nassau, N. P., building as soon as tho funds can be tomorrow ns a protest against the war. FINE: .
The public school under the management Melbourne next Sunday. raised. The meeting resulted In A unanimous [Davitt should join hands with Edward

of Miss Maude Hardee, is progress- vote In favor of same, and Mrs. Atkinson, of Boston. Neither of them Wines Liquors and Cigars
ing nicely. Friday evening the following jolly would bo missed If tho 1'hllIplnos ,
Barnes Alrth is expected home fromba party enjoyed a moonlight sail In the Goo. E. Andrews and Mrs. J. T. Waters they joined -

soon. We notice a good many orange trees yacht Sybil to the home of Mrs. Amelia were appointed solicitors of donations or Boors.] Anheuser-Busch Extra Palo on Draught.

withering owing to water standing Valentine, Bayonne Plantation, Tillman: for the sociable, and last Friday these Fine Cold
Lunch Served!
rank Houston and family, recently called the residents
on them so long. Mesdames Elizabeth Campbell and R. two ladles on along Little Brown Jug Water Filters fl.2i:
The best of :Service all
day in this place.. south and pleasant quietsoHort.
the river far
pa as as Waveland and t2.50/ Claude Walton, agent./
W. Misses Lillie Robertson
The Rev. Mr. Hiscock of JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr[
Georgiana themselves
: their return expressed
on as
II. Mathus, of Tropic, was a visitorthis Annie and Jessie Goode, Mollie\ Nicholson -
passed through town Monday, on his being delighted/ with the liberal dona-
[ place on Saturday. Jennie Mattie Brown and .
Miller ,
way to Brantley. tions of each and regardless Whore to stop In Titusville.\ See hotel -
family, : -
Messrs. Allen Campbell, George Phillips, and boarding house ndvts. on 7th P. L.
fr. Ringold has returned from Mary- of denomination. The sociable is Turbyiill
II. J. Allen
who expected to truck his Samuel M. Martin Alex. J. Goode, page ,
pd to his Brantley home. place In Lotus writes sure to, bo a success as Is everything
that he will rent Frank Conkling and Dr. L. A. Peck.

n Jernegan, Gilmore Frink and R. and not come down.J. Mrs. Valentine and daughter, Miss Helen else site our for ladies the proposed undertake.church The building as we [Send the AIIVOOATK an order for any Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
sell were in Banyan on Sunday. received the with expressions of ,
party job printing need.
N. Chalker returned from Lynne understand, has not yet been decided on, you
welcome. Soon the sweet sound of music
.fS plants and tomatoes are coming last Friday, where he had been to visithis but; of course will be centrally located -
was heard and responded to I have some of time finest horses and
nicely, a few of the latter forming mother, who Is quite ill at that place. by merry In order that each member will faro alike, Impure water Is the cause of much
['lit feet keeping time to Its sweet stratus. and also be convenient for tho minister, sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine carriages In this section of the country.
The weather being so blustery Sunday Dainty refreshments were served, and filter from Claude Walton, Titusville.Do .
Jan.: Haisten Is placing the Child's morning there was not anyone from this too soon the call came for all to return W. O. Gilmore nnd W. I. Allen, two Call and BOO mo. Reasonable rates
under cultivation for a winter crop place who attended Sunday Schoot vtUrantley. to Melbourne, after spending a' most Jensen's most prominent pineapple you want to buy'or sell propertyon

vegetables enjoyable evening. growers, spent t> If you do, write tho P. L. Turbyfill,
the of Mr and Mrs J. T. Waters. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltusvlllo -
Misses Minnie and Maude Ilardee and The first grapefruit: of the guests *
season was While berg the writer had the pleasure Flu See page 4. Waynesylllo, North Carolina.
b'. Stewart and In Ban- shipped from the Dr.
family were Capron grove on Fort Pierce.
of meeting these two gentlemen andas -Drink pure filtered! water and keep Sjan
in on Sunday. Tuesday, consigned to II. E. Schwitters,
New York. the pineapple Is the chief Industry of healthy. See those tine filters for sale by

Messrs. Boyer?, Pique and ITopkins ( this place, and each grower wished to Claude Walton, agent, Tltusvlllo.
(lIed over to Banyan, Saturday last, ine Farmers certainly should get a fancy Heavy winds have prevailed for the benefit from the experience of his neighbor HAND MADE TANKS ,
last few Please wrlto whenever
| teeth of a gale; price for all vegetables raised on the Island days. and exchange Ideas, the conversation us you fall to

\\\'e have this season, as the freight rate is Mrs. Platt and family paid Eden a naturally drifted to the pineapple cul- receive the ADVOCATE HAND MADE
had too much rain of late
Itch higher,: both ways on everything, and visit last Saturday. ture and as both of these gentlemen aregrowers HONEY AND SYRUP BAUHELS,
makes it hard draw the attention
work to get our fertilizers of several and -We want to of
seed etc., are higher than years experience
ad in shape for Wallace of West Palm Beach As good ns the best and ns cheap as tho
winter gardening.ifyron they have been known at this season of Moses, very close observers, they are capbio of our numerous readers along the East
Tuesday In town on business. Coast and throughout tho state In cheapest. All warranted.
spent general
Martin is his here hav- the in a long time. diving good and reliable Information.
on ,
way Machine made barrels for sale but not
to the advts. of the live and once.Betio ,
? gone: to New York from Cuba; but John Miller and son, of Eden, havo Having been informed that Mr. Glllmore warranted

will now try Florida again. -Have 5->u paid your subscription ? been visiting here for the last few days. had Allen about about fifteen acres, under covered cover and share; business of your men!patronage who are In the bidding columns fora TOM JOHNSON,

R. C.( Crcech Is home again from Nas- If not p'oaso do so. Will Tubbs has been on the sick list Mir were anxious to know eight the acre result and wo on of the ADVOCATK. If you are Iu need Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla.

Mew Providence lie says when he for the l last few days, but is up again I inquiry} both expensed) themselves nn of any pam tlcular line of goods, the pink

lolled the woods and grass burning he Rockledge. now. well pleased with the result of their !paper will tell you the, best place to buy
'urn staun it no longer.Georgiana.. them. Head the ads, FILTER YOUR WATER
rIf Mrs. Bryan returned from Eau Giillle sheds, and Hay: they find the pll\OtlljlrcJw

lust week after Bprudiug u few (h&YlIl\t much faster' and larger.! They produce
Julius Smith and family are -
her former home. larger and much finer fruit in appearnnco -
down from tho north iu a few days. MD AVOID DANGER
and I the flavor U equally as good, ITEMS Of INTEREST. ,
in Rev Mr. Allen held prayer meeting If not butter. 'fhey can let the. fruit
J. B. Magruder came on Tuesday'strain ---- --- ------
here Sunday evening, quite a number -------
and will proceed down the river remain on the plants until fully matured the streets
Natives are rarely seen on
Mr. Pierce was taking quite sick on with his horses and mules, which he left being: In attendance. without any loss by the fruit getting of Manila\ sifter 7 o'clock. No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Res-

'May.: lIe had another one of els In his fathei's care during his absence. Mr and Mrs. nOr! R accompanied by sunburnt by the hot summer's nun when
IDling' spells. Mrs. White, arrived this week to spenda expWed and the shape) and color of fruit Oriental 1 physicians jiracticeil vaccination idence should be without the Anti-
down from
tastFl'lday Rev. A. D. Penney came few months here.A hi more perfect, and they say that by over: 1,000 years ago.
oo Oflss night wild cat abc Titusville. Saturday, and was the guestof partially shading! the pines you place It TlicTp iltIn Icelandic mipcrstition Germ Water Filter
tI Hattie Bower's white Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Williams, until now fish company started hero last fa Its natural mate of growth. As to born to
leaving only two of her little pets. Monday. Mr. Penney filled his appoint- week by the name of Price, from Titus the kind and way of erecting the sheds that ambidextrous people are

yews was received last week of the ment at Cocoa, Sunday morning and ville. lie has quite a fleet of boats. they differ somewhat, but both use the good luck. '

'trrlage: of Miss Frances Lee and the evening, ns usual. lie will makp only There was a festival Saturday evening same kind of material-fat pine )posts The collector of tho New York cue

tiara illness' of her brother John. two more trips to Cocoa, as he Is aboutto In the armory for the benefit of the and cypress laths for cover. While some tom house courteously paid the Shamrock I

I areJRrand children) of Mr. F. W. retire from active work In the mluis- Methodist church. Despite the bad of us differ as how to lay the laths, either port charge) of $10 out of his own {
: and are well known In this vlcin- istry and devote himself to law. weather, quite a good um of. money was north and south or east and west, they pocket

adi e name of Miss| Frances' hue The Bachelor's Club of Cocoa, gave taken In. agree that the laths should ho laid The famous clock in the palate de plc y yT

been forgotten: by your corres- an informal "Soap Bubble Party" attheir lengthwise' north I\nliliouth, and about justice In Purls date from 1070 und lathe
1 a d of Cocoa, this town
e at' was not expected to last Friuay evening whichwas Dr. Hugblctt, paid 'H Inches apart, which gives the plants
celebrated Do Vick
J1 J1ohn quarters work of the !
beD Lee down to the F
his visit coming
8 mart'led, and ,Mrs. delightful affair. The first a Monday, see more sunlight fur more hours during. the earliest i i i'r ."1t
a very whore turret clucks are tho on r
aa with daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
him youngest About tom.
he day. When asked their opinion
; was away from home won by Miss Edna Stlling
' prizes were
We sincerely hope to see the little reliable. record.
& Their many friends extend and Mr. Simmons the "booby" being Tyler. the result of the Cuban and Bahama
; hth congratulations: and sym- awarded to Miss Williams. Delicious one }up again In a few days.Bahia. pineapple coming Into competition with Public story tellers\ still earn a good

'fh61ch* Joy(1(' and sorrows-much refreshments of ice cream and cake were ours in the future, they say they do not livelihood Iu JI1la\ 11. In Tokyo (100 of

ls.8t'ansely mingled together served. Much credit Is due tho bachelors anticipate the slightest effect no far ns them ply their trade, provided with n 1
W 'theo f all of us. Since writing the for their tasteful decorations, the colors flrst-clasH fruit Is concerned, and believe small table, n fun und a paper wrapper

ltd young man, John Lee, has being!: olive and rose. The guests present our llrst-claits fruit will take tho lead In to Iliumruto and emphasize the Water being clear and sparkling Is no

were: Mis. S. S, Jones. Mrs Joyner, Miss Willie Otwell and brother went the market, !but, of course, the small points of (heir tales.Fifty proof It is pure. Well or cistern water J

, ''fonday was the I fifteenth anniversary Miss Alice Weinberg Miss Edna Stilln// to Honaventure, Sunday, via sailboat. and Inferior fruit will bo more or lUlls thousand empty bottles were that Is I full of typhoid fever nod inalaial

.t.be marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Wethey. and Miss Myra Williams, and Messrs and W G. Frink, of The Palms Coquina, effected. picked np nt Old Trulford park on the germs may bo i>ei'fuctly clear. !
W. II. Hamilton IM cooking water
eirmany Weinberg dunking or
friends gave: them a genuine Maurice was a pleasant caller at this burg Sunday morniiitf following the first day of thegreat your :
/ Mes
trodso party In the eveninThea Edmund Simmons, the hosts being last Bovine. muddy or cloudy 'I Readily cleanse It '. )
a srs. George Walton and Roy Puckett. match between the Australianand from nil earth, sand, Insects or slime, t
( : 0 click l assembled' at Mr. Pierco's, Heavy wlndrf from the east, with occa English cricket tea inn. All but Is the water you use bad smelling or

Died marched over and Pre'Wu.ilth sional showers last week, make It Nice weather, this. 0,000 hud held gInger boer. tasting! ? Is It too much trouble to clean .' .

itfcrnJ1VInofthe( a handsome esteem and hanging best White City. rather wet for fall vegetable Our public school opened on time' 16th Ice cream vendors in London streets out the cistern or well as often as should .

''ere f.theirtood/ neighbors. Gamest Miss Jessie McMillan, of Banyan, Instant, with Miss Jen lo McMillan liS earn $15 to $30 a week daring tho sea bu ? Is the drainage from house, stable :' ;.

:I i' tefre hraenu were served; Miss Stenette Nilsson returned to St. passed through this place! Sunday last, teacher. son. One of these venders created muchaunmmont or privy dangerously:to make'near your anxious water t

supply, so ut you shave
tabu d lelllflnade were excellent: and Augustine to be under the care of Dr en route to Bovine to resume her dutiesas The vegetable; garden are looking/ iu a Loudon court the other had typhoid or malaria In your ;
-1 Wl: aore. Some !rood singing was Worley. teacher of the public school at that excellent condition since the water bas day by tho emphatic UNo I" with which family you lately and realized that the water J ;

''*e'em very Inl nch- It was the first 80Wre place. left the Hatwoods.The be responded to tho question whether used may bo responsible for It ? Then "
of Commissioner
i ;
tie been appointed
: apt' be many season and it is' hoped C. II. Rooks of Immigration has for the State' Thos. Sumter, one of our prosperous road) between hero nnd Eau GallU he Hlltrwed bit family to eat bill get a LITTLE BKOWN JUG FILTER '11,,\

*!f. the, only! thing!more that during marred the win.the of Florida.Mrs. citizens, intends leaving: for Nassau 1 Is In a very bad condition since the recent "cre..111. at iu low popular price and you are :h
------- .
where ho has secured a responsible sit rains. safe It will remove Impurities.
'ros blbf? patty was Mr. Wethey1 Orrel has returned home heavy A TUII lun'l llunioroui, ',:
J, M. uation, as soon as transportation to cheap and will
had SSP"Thoy are very
IJIOw hime no "Ple- Those who11001 after spending! the summer In themquntalns that point Is resumed. Messrs.. Houston and Henderson took Bhe-How dare you nay wawei1 have last a life-time. When writing for Information -

'\ lh.best will understand what a of Ylr$lnla. advantage of tho high water, and cut no dense of humor? I know a girl who ,please Inclose stamp -All orders ",

ktl'l'l holedlthat was the to mill ttbe Is busy planting Some of JnO rIIAL'r HOOFING-Cheap and several very largo cypress logs on Jane can make lovely jmn all tho day long. must be accompanied by cash. ','
floated them to
plo over
n Green and
yty Ptts"t time. There Were about the growers have an early crop planted. durable. Quickly and easily put on. The logs, will make several; thousand lle-WUat linn/ that to do with the For full particulars apply to the agent/ ,
C. WATTS & Co. .
fine and we will Taos argument?- laillamii>olls Jort'f.,
Jid: gooapte8ent'[ and everybody bad. Vegetables,: are looking weeks I Jacksonville Ha. I II pickets. CLAUDE WALTON, TltuOTlUe, Fla.
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LIBELS ON WOMEN: Florida :Central & Peninsular Rail

:; Every woman IOVPS to think that she

la as fail as a ftg4wet. .v. '
It you 'have 8h1th g to do with a __ _

woman, impose on her, ore will ont Time Table In Effeet Jane 11, i80gSZOp >

Potash. yotu,,, ,

Every girl telfseriydhnganan that yf
1 r:
the DeTer loTed.abr..other mAJubefore. roum.I{ :I Ia
,4 qE s : :
; a 11 Novell of It must be This is one of the rules of the game. eF I $ aNo. a018ENUR7HERI7! !i9'iJ; = r: \'iir.Ri, rlt 1 .

I"'r contained in fertilizers, It a woman makes a econ 1fiililteheat "tj' Sana 14Ap Lv Tltusville FEC Ar aoop j --!. Q
playing cards, < ther women begin to Fyr 114/1a ...... 820p Lv. Anirastlne ArLv. ....? 1A30a9ona I
# otherwise failure will surely ] ..s... 430p ...... 820a9ona ....1. 74Kp83np ..Jacksonville.i lAr ...... ......'
wonder bevy inch church member can Ii ...... ?..... ...... LvYnlee.. .>vAr ...... 818a .. .. 74ftp 12..
result. See that it is there. be such A t cheat ...... SBOp' t .... 98Aa1030a ...... IMp J'ernandlna...Lv ..... 7 set .. .... 6 Mp'lI4
...... TBOp ...... ...... 96&pnoaa Ar.Eyeretc..Ar: .....: 850a600a flip Ttk
A woman's last caution to her children yh ...... ...... ....u liana ...... Ar..'. Brnnswlck. .,Lv ...... 1180& : :: 4OP'r.!
I Our books tell all about when they go visiting is to remember 1 kyr ...... ... .... 1221.., .. .... Hasp Ar..Bavannah. ....., 615a : .....
...... ...... SOOp 1239p ...... Ly.\BayantlahJ."Ar ...... 1I011a i '& 3rP(, ....
ftrtlliiers. ... They are sent to be polite, ,apd her first questions ...... ...... 933p' 220p .,.... iMa242a Ar, hufx;& v"..LY ...... US\? 8 *P ....,
when they return is what they ...... .....loaop 304p' ...... ..DenmarkBO ... 308a 3 &'12 Jlti "..
? lOa
t fret to all farmers applying had to ...... ...... ...... 8/11)1' ...... 666a t.AnfruBtaOa.. M ,..... .. ..'12 ]in* ..,.
.. eatVfhnn .... ...... .,.... 438pIQlOp ....... 43flaH2Aa ."..Columbia.8.C.." ...... I247aAOOp" '..".... ""'"
t, for them. woman, in her kitchen clothes ......r. ...... ...... .. ... ...... rtanbur ,8 O". ...... / .''IO............_1
...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 140p ", hevllle.N.C.. *' ...... 2 yells over to a neighbor that she has ...... ...... ...... 8411p ...... 900a1047a Charlotte N. C. II ...... 1020pTZOp.......I .
C3RMAN: ICAU WORKS, been invited to a party;she is getting/ .1j) ...... ...... ...... 8all boryN.C. .....' 8211p ...... 5li.. ..
...... ..:... ...... 112Tp1236a ....,. 1210p "Gr en.boroLi'.O" ...... ..... ...
tJ N..... Ie.,Nn Y.ettt. 'pore enjoyment out of it than she will ...... ...... ...... ......1301' Danville. va. .. ..... 607p ...... 4r' ...
have with per best togs on at the party..Atchison ...... ...... ... .. ....; 'tip Ri bmoDdVa..1I ....: noon.. 11
I II -. Globe. ..... ...... ...... ...... 325p9o&p Lvnchtrarir.Va.: to ...... 3Mp .. .?.. .limp l iii" .... '
.....r. ...... ...... ?.... 621\(1\ Ctiirlottesville, (", ...... 2l5p ... p .
...... ...... ...... ( ...... Wasblncton ... ... lllSa ......'1221. '"
Robbed tile Grave. ...... '..... ....., area.. m.. UBBp .". ,Baltimore. .. .. ...... 942a ..... 721p1l//' .....
... ...... .. 266. .... .1 1..1. .
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I A startling Incident of which Mr. ........... ... : ,..::.. A23a 1... New York '...... 14Iba....... 8221.21\nj1.\ :.:.::::
.. -- 1 John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the Tri-Wcclcly- I ...,... ...... ? .. :lOOp ......Boston?}..." ...... lOOp .... OO "'_I Ii820 !

subject, Is narrated by him as follows: a :=.. ...... ..... 7"' p Ly.Jaclulonvllle..Ar ... .. ...... '
FOODS AND FERTILITY. "I was in a most dreadful condition. 1030& ..n.. ...... ...... 965p Ar..EYerett..Ly ..., ..... . ".
My skin was almost sunken YORK 440) ...... ...... ...... 1106& .... Atlanta.... ...... ...... ...... tq7.20p
for Fertile Kfcifn and Strong Chick yellow, eyes BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW ...... ... ...... 9211& ..Chattanooga.. ...... ...... .... .. 11'1
Correct FeedlnK !. NecenBarjr. and tongue sides coated, no appetite-gradually pain continually back ..:... .. .... ...::, ..,... 7301 II .Cincinnat.. ... .. ...... .... .. ,.'Ht....

I think I am not wrong when 1 state ing 'weaker"day by day. Three"physi grow- '(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No.'34 makes connection'for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick'il J3B a. m.

that 00 per cent of all poultry keepersand clans had given me up. Fortunately a For New Orleans, trail leaves Jacksonville 920 a. 'm.. with thrnngh iW ,
riving Mew Orleans:40 a. m. (,..Iy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville front.
friend Finest
advised trying Electric Bitters The in the Coastwise Service
even poultry raisers (there Is a ; Steamships leans OS p. m. .
and to my great joy and surprise the
difference In these two) do not or will first bottle made ? '
a decided Improvement. Nos.35 and 36 Fast Mail,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the
not understand the Importance of good I continued their use for three weeks, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.] Sleeper Asbeville. vutNos.
feeding and of the best food. We can and am now a well mab. I know they .33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connects
Direct Service Between 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
lilY that good food Is half the battle. saved my life, and robbed the grave of No. 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to
Good feeding Increases the another victim." No one should fall to Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought; to Jacksonville by No.37. )then!
try them. Only CO cents, guaranteed at All baggage!; will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the citr
:, while poor feeding and overfeeding! F. S. Chaffee's Drug Store.Professional office,203 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office. '
Charleston S. C. both
r decrease It. Let us get Into the real (Calling at ways) L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,DIs.Pass. Agt., 202 W fc
., facts of this matter. It Is a well .. .. .. .... ......'. ............ ip
'Cards. Southbound................ .. ...... ...... from Lewis Wharf Boston
known tact that wild animals are not Northbound.......:........ .......... ...................from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville
r HO fertile as tame ones of the same

; kind. This Is not only on account of QBOKOI M. RoBBins. WALTBB: 8.. GRAHAM.OOBBINS Clyde's St. Johns River 'Line.
<' the better conditions under which the & GRAHAM,

tame ones live, but especial/! account BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. -

of the better food they receive. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. SouthernRailwaj

Look at our poultry. How many more OFFICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., STEAMER
r.w eggs a domestic hen lays than the wildfowl and 2 to 4 p. m. MUROHISON,"

)) which means a greater production TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. CAPT. W. A. SIIA W. ..
of young because every fertile : P. O. Box, 108. Leave Jacksonville 8:00: 1'. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays.

r" egg, If Incubated Is n chicken. Does I eral.Will practice In all the court*-state and fed Leave rianford 0:00 a. m., Mondays,and Thurs 1aye.

Ji farmer expect his rye to produce on Special facilities (or examining and perfect ., Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 VI. Bay Jacksonville. Excellent Service Out of Florida.
poor ground as much grain as It will injt land titles .

.on rich land How often does 'one W. H. WAKBUnTOX T. P. A., ..F.1I1.IROYI\IONGERJR., Fla. Paw. Art. '
read: "1 do not get from my ft Bowling Green,New York. 204 Went Kay St..Jacksonville Fla. NORTH 'EAST WEST.
ale many eggs DI UOUQIITON'S C. P. LOVELL Asst.Fla. Supt.. I I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. ,
fowls. What Is the matter I feed Jacksonville Fla. I Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
them enough." In such cases the THEO. O. EGKK, T. M., 5 Bowling Green, New York. s
amount given all but
f right perhaps
nw1ln..a.-n, New York 12 No. Delaware Av.. Pbttad lphta. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM
I ;, the material Is wrong. the (Dentos) CABS, THOBOUOH71S1COACHES

Fertility Is stimulated by the quantity VESTTBULED TRAINS
and quality of food. Every individual Now at Palm Beach. :
Florida East Coast .
needs a certain amount of material Ry. '
to live on. The surplus Is needed I D.L.. GAULDEN,

to form the materials that every 'TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. ISM. Through Veatibnled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and Vn Ii
ATTORNET-AT-LAW via Jacksonville. Savannah and Columbia; without change
living being needs to produce descend- ,
ante and to feed them because this Is
Will practice In all the Courts of the State "UNITED STATES FAST !MAIL."
the sole purpose of the existence of an 01 Florida, and the United States Courts. ,. N78 d
nnlmal., This means that the surplus 1. U Box,235. T1TUSVILLK FLA. E aollu Daw STATIONS. Daily; Ex D8 111.T via Pullman Savannah DrawtoiRo and OolumbiL m'Bdei Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Fir I

r' will be transposed Into egg and sperm Money to Loan. 18 Lea"e........................ JackllOn"UJe .........................Arrhe j i1 15i.
m"il& .Arrive...................... 8&.Augu tine .......................Lea" 8 20p 946!
forming nmterlals. Exercise that
Leave... ...................... St.Augustine! :.....................Arrive 615p 840a167p Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesrille,
means muscular work takes away GOLDSMITH, 11111s .;....:........... ........ HaRtinga.... ......................L.ave 8861 8O1ip Washington Baltimore
from this surplus and a part Is also Nl. 11 11M rreve ....... ... ... '" ..... Patatka .... .. . .1\..... .. ....Leave 1P! and Phlladelph
needed to produce heat( to keep the : lI },ave ... .. .. ... .... .. Palatlta...... ._ .. ........ ... ...Arrive j 10- 'Pu1lmlUl Drawtag-Room Slopping Car to Moon, Atlanta, CuatUaoop
i% body warm. Poultry laying when A:TORN EY-AT-LAW, .:1r16E: :...... Arrive...... .. ... .......... can' Mateo .. ... ....... ...... ;. ........ Cincinnati
...... 111Oa save .... ..... ;:. .......... San Mateo...... ... .. ..... .. ......,Leave.. 7 88 ::::::
the weather Is cold and the
F food Is not Tltusvllle '. Florida. '"i1XP 11liii Loa'......................... EaMt Palatlu. .......................Leave 6' 84s. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
sufficient; hence the breeder has to ,. : 12lp .: .......................... ........................... 8111' 7136
supply enough food to keep the f 68 ""''P. ............. .............. Drmoad ........ ................ .. 8981 701. Clnrlnn..tl, "y.to... r_.I."I......UIA. AIIU_Mfl I"IoUgy A ."__Ill.. T hrou5 b.
up 8O6p Hip tt ................ ........Port 6w" { .... ........... .. .... 82t1p 1161.
heat that Is required In the fowl I and J. WEUli, 820p "Mp ........................ New Smyrna. ....................... ". aObp' 69Oa
j allow a surplus to produce normal l 1p22p .tt. ............. .. Oak HIll........ ................. 22'p! "LAND OF THE SKY.
bk QIIOp 8NIp( .....................:.:, TitUBvill......................... 1651'' 8auf! .
', eggs. For this reascyi poultry eats from ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ....... BOOp :'' ........................ City Point ......................... : 1151'' .....
+ about the middle of November until ...... 8J1p: .......nn..n..u.. Cocoa ............................ 1 alp' ...... Daily: Limited Trains For Cincinnati rU Everett.
Will practice in the Courts of tho 7th ...... 1p! ......................... Rocko] e ......................... is 1041' ......
March about three times as much as ..f.. II .....................,... FAu Gallia ......................... ,,121131'' ......
':: It does during the summer months. Circuit. Taxos paid for nonresidentsand ...... 21p ......................... ).1\I'lbourn. ......................... ... 12241'' .;,... For detailed Information u to rates schedules, sleeping oar re.ern".1It. eta. am
rents and accounts collected. __ ...... : ...uu.u..n......nn..Roseland .......................... 114MB ... .. H7 agent of the SOVTIUClUf B.AILW.AT or u. >ineotl.u.. ,
First food must be of sufllclont quantity ...... .......................... Stoballtlan .... ..................... : 1143&. :..
; and correct quality to supply the TItusville, Florida. ...... JP .......................... St. Lucie......................... 10 11M ......
: .0.... 16p : ......................... Fort Pierce _...................... II 1048a ...... R. W.
body with the material necessary to ............ .......... ....Eden .... ..............,......... 10 p6.! HUNT, Florida Pass Agt, 3H.\V.est Bay Street, Jacksonville
keep the ben alive and enough surplus T O. .FRIES, C. E. o7 ..................... .......Jensen......... .................. II loo0a l'i o 1. M. GULP W. A. WILast.
IOD .4 \ : .............. ............. Stnart ....................... .. 860a aoa.al 8, It
food to supply the hen ,first with material ........................ Robe Sound ........................ 119& Dail TraffloManager ii O Gell. PaM T11
to produce muscle work: second COUNTY SURVEYOR. .J2IIP. : ........................ W_OJap''''........................ 907. W&IIh1nrton. 0. WaahEitof.fc..0. .A.1aII1a,
.............. ......We.t Palm Beach ...........,......... 888a April 10, 1899.MALLORY.
heat; third the materials needed for JJELand legally surveyed and sub-divided. ();, .. ........,......... ........Boynton....... .................. 8.
the maintenance of the species. p ".. ............ ........ Dera7............... ............ .. 787 _
e Mapping neatly done. Estimates for ......................FOII Lauderdale ...................... 707a
It Is easy to understand that when >>OP ........, ............. Lemon. City........... ............ 824&
c' poor food Is given or when uot enough all kinds of engineering works. Disputed :...: 10 Arrt".............. .........:. .. )Dfiami........ ........ ......... 615.
; material Is fed the surplus Is Insulll- lines a specialty. BETWEEN NEW' SMYRNA AND OKANUK CITY JUNCTION. STEAMSHIP LINE.

clent and there will be almost no materials 0 0. STATIONS o. t a
to produce eggs: and sperm. It Is 8 1 p 10T r.uuu. New Sinyrnau........................ r P801
'l 5 Op1121a ............................Lakellelen......,... ., .... .....Lv1210p 44Opllatla Florida, New York,
no wonder that poorly fed' chicks do ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Orange City........................... 1200n 524p
jo, not lay. Sour, rotten fermenting GEORGE W. ALLEN, 106 1146aAr,.....,... ...Oran eolt Janetton.................... .. .'" 1156a 116 1 Philadelphia and Bost'
.or fermented moldy' or frozen: 'food Al trains _tw.en ew bmyrna an range City Junction Daily except Sunday.BKTWKItN From Brunswick(direct), to New York.

{ :should'not be fed to fowls. It Is Inju ATTORNEY-AT.LA\V, 'I'I'I'UIVILLE AD BANFORD.e. PASSENGER SERVICE.To .

4 none In every Instance. But It Is not West A 0a make connections with steamers leave J.rP
Florida. I
alone poor food that Is the cause of Key Ly.....................................TUu."ille....................................Ar p on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernandina and.hGO'jJtn
;, Will practice in the United States 7 19a II ....................................n.Mims......................................Ly 1 J2p1128a (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6:JO \ '
infertility, for so also are Incorrect N .................................... .Osteen ..... ............................ 11 t.7.6LkSe route.. Or, via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 8:205.n.:
foods and excessive feeding ,For Instance and State Courts. 9jun05: ............ ... .Enterprlse.................................... II 1185. & 1' ). via Everett and Southern R'y. Passengers tanit
too 'much'animal ( 11x1. ............................ Jtot.rpr1lle Junction............................. 11X,! per aboard steamer that night.
'food produces 98Os Ar .... ,,,... I.,.. ..... ...._. ... aufoni..t 11 00.
many eggs, )but with thin albumen. Too 'RALPH E. SMITH, M. D. All trains beh"M'U Titu8Yllle and Sanford Oa1l7 except Sunda,.. PROPOSED SAILINGS

much (especially watery) green food Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. : Lf.Bru
KEY WEST AND HAVANA. R.IOOp. m., (Standard Time.)
like turnips has the same effect and
,ti PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Friday; Sept 20........ ................ iA.MJLASAS ........:........... ... .. .,.Friday\ ,'
both decrease the fertility, particularly Specialist In Genito and Rectal The tteauiera of Ui e Florida Eaat Coast Hteamahlp Company are appointed to tail M follow.) Friday, Oct. 6 .........I............. ... COLORADO ........................ ....Friday: '
i In the early winter months. Therefore Urinary Friday, .4 13.......... ...............R10 ORANDE....... ..... ...... .... ... .ridafi
take care that you do not feed<< too Diseases. STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND Friday,' 4 20.............................COWUAI>O....... ....,........... .... ..FrldaY:

much animal food turnips beets, car 1-27 Forsyth Street. For general Information, steamers, trains rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent art I

rots, mangel wurzels! cabbages. In Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesday*;'Arrive Key.West Monday* and Thar. BA8IL OILL, S. A.,220! W.Bay 8!.JW1011

spring and summer, on account of the JACKSONVILLE, > FLORIDA days Leave Key West Mondays .and Thursdays; Arrive Havana Tuesdays and H.H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Oa.O. .

hot weather and the greater natural rrld*y.' NORTHBOUND. H.MALLORY General Agent, Pier 20, E.;River, and 881 Broadway,S. Y.
fertility, the bad effects of such foods O. II. PEETE,
are greatly overcome. Not less injurious DR. Leave ITRVMtiH Tuesdays and Fridays; Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Friday -

are tho so Called egg stimulants. I EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Leave Key Wet.*a from Tui-u'luyn Miami and will FrI1111"J'won Arrive as Miami poa.ible Wednesdays alter arrival and Saturdays.Ueuartur of traia Uliny If You '

call all of these! preparations worthless on ,1111' *. Have Not t

ba'ng' made for the sole Intention 608 Cherry Street TUu Time Tb.m dhow th e liiuvi at which tr..iui ud boat may IM expooted toarr .an>l
;' 'of getting people's Feed depart from the several itatloiia and porn, but their arrival or tleunrture at the tluieaf .
money right. Macon, Ga. +led is not guaranteed. nor due the Uouipauy hold itself reaiwusiibla,for any delay or anycoutoqueuoei
and you will have healthy stock.Experience arising iherefroni.
d f 1ms !proved thnt all kinds For copy of local time card call at 2U Wont Buy btruut, Jaukjouvillo, or address( Found What
't la' of grain food In any form milled with W M. McL. DANOY, D. D. L. J. P. fiEckwiTU. Ti-ufflo Mauajer. St. ulfuRtine. J. D. RAHNE3, A. G. P. A. Want "

salt ha\e a considerable Influence ,
--- -
ont ---- --
the sexual and egg producing organs Graduate of Philadelphia College of For a Home, suppose youtake; a trip down and I look
and that all food grown In dry hot Surgeon, class 1873. Perfect operations YSTEM.It

weather and also food that Is hard and promised Hardline Block, corner Bay PLANT Fruit aud Garden Lands alongthe

dry from being kept a great length of and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
time deprease the fertility, while rich East Coast

nourishing succulent pastufo fOOd- McCARREL,
S green ,clover, green rye. green* peas ROBERT you are going anywhere whether It be to the

I etc.-Increases It very much, The In- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, North South East West Settlers are flocking In but still there is room It J0
of ,
1 cruised fertility eggs: In the spring ,

I Is largely account. of this food. Fertility Churches specialty.. Steam stone works Northwest Southwest. looking this way, drop a line to

U also Influenced by the mannerIn .Yresidefi.
which'l' tbe' materials are prepared.Wargi.'tood CONCOKD AND PRITCUAHD 8TS., Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with) JAS., E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce

1. Injurious. It weakens CHARLESTON, So. CA. gateways.. at Port Tampa, Sanford, .Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongoniery Tifton JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

the bowels.'and Intlul'"t'l's. the sexual and various other points, with Its aU'the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE AUGUSTINE. f

organs l oultry.Journal.'badly,-C, Boudewljns' In Reliable OTErilEN E. FOSTER, U the best route and that Information can be obtained promptly by addressingor STe '" --

out calling on ,F. M The ADVOCATE does -neat{ '; clean'] 'Job" Printing.
Salsify may be le winter, If ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Jolly, Dhl.lon'Pusenter: >

freezing Js uot, .severe: ,"'but it Is con. Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, 13S Went Bay St, Astor Block; Jacksonville, Fla., the TI

t>rlderedbetter to dig and store JACKSONVILLE, FLA. B. W Wrenn Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. T PrIces' to Suit



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E.S-4.U: t4.Q.ycar-rolllll.: I BLUE ,ANDALUSIANS. Does It lny To liny Cheap. FREE

A cheap remedy for coughs and cold
BLOOD A. Mldlt.rn.nis... That !.... Is all right, but you want something that CONSULTATION

TITUSV1LLE. ,Iheraes >Strong tillUr: In .the Mediterranean class of standard dangerous result' of throat and lung with our home treatment. We areph11claus

breil poultry R real typical Andaluelan irouble.. What shall you do? ,Go ,to .Awarmer and you get the benefitof

NIDTA RI'CT R 3OTELt TROUBLES Is 1 perhaps the most stylish bird and more regular climate? ,Yes, our experience. No matter what
It possible; If not possible for you, then
And In order to be this they ,should In either case take the only remedy that your trouble is, how simple or how

TITUSVILLE, stand well up on their legs,'carry theIr boa been introduced in all civilized! coun- hopeless, wo can do yon good, and

-|* INDIAN RIVER CURED IIY head fairly -well'iip' ant? hate 'a back tries with success In severe' throat and If wo can't we will\ honestly tell youso.
J *i& -HJ2-i of'good<< l npH\; ,',\.lth tall carried at'the lung troubles, "Boschee'a' German Syr.tip. Thousands' of tired sick
FLORIDA. B, B, B.-Botanic Blood Balm- proper angle, not higher than shown In It not only heals and stimulatesthe and weary
hopeless people have been en*
their tissue the
r4p cut. This proud carriage, with' destroy germ disease,
beautiful contrast of colors, makes an but allay Inflammation, causes (\Allyex- tlrely and permanently cured.by
for Bad Blood.
I pectoration, give a good night's rest,
f J. G. BAST, Proprietor, attractive bird. In color the back and
and tho bottle. COMPOUND
cure patient. Try OJ sr.
of rich blue black.wttb'tlort
hackle should be a ,
Recommended many yearn by all druggist
of velvet "1118h'tbe; breast, In tho world Sample bottle at J. OXYGENWhy
ahJiir \. I The hotel fronts on the TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. body, tying flights and main, tall feathers 1*. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, and' FredS.

wide sweep of bay((7 miles all of a rich even medium! slmilo of ChiUTeo's drug store, Tltnsvllle, Fla. not take heart again and Investigate

In width), formed by then blue; the.,breast and body well laird this great principle. Wo have
n ul I 9 I Ir Indian
River, making It a Is your blood Impure? Is it thin? and the sickles and tall coverts of a thousands of testimonials.' Send for

"u w u"bn uw11 ui, (, HI uui, sort.delightful Constant summer cool re Does your skin feel hot and swollen? dark blue, forming a most striking ADVOCATE Remember doe that all kinds the INDIAN of RIVER book on home tr'atmentVond rfI11
w job printing
"' With comb, white
contrast. a good
; L breezes from the sea and llavo'you pimples? Eruptions? Scot u- at short notice. Send them an order cures to the sick, etc, free.
lobes and striking red face, 0'1hnve
ear a )
bay. Flowing sulphur
/ and be convinced that It Is the place to
r "" w L springs. Special summer la? Eating sores? Itching, burning, a combination of beauty that is have job printing done. DRS. STARKEY & PALEN

art rates. eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor hard to equal lu any fowl. ,
The female Is as beautiful as the
scalp Itch? Catarrh? All rundown? male, with tho same stylish appearance Deafness Cannot Uo Curedby 1112 Irani St., IMilla., l'n.

Malaria? Aching bones? Have you and most attractive color, each Ot 17 feb 000
local applications, as they cannot
JACKSONVILLE.ferritt's .
hereditary or contracted blood taint? feather being nicely laced with a dark- roach tho diseased portion of the oar -

There is only one way to euro Deafness' ,
Have they resisted medical treatment?
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Rathbun If you have any of the above \blood Deafness Is caused by an' inflamed eon 'virginia Homes

Hotel CAflLTON. troubles procure bottle of B. B. B. dltion of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian '
Tube. When this tube got Ill- ,
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directlyon named you have a rumbling sound or Im -

the poison and humor In the 'blood, perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely I You learn all about Virginia! I.nnds,
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. closed Deafness is the result' and unl,811the
its rel'ln'm'crll' mode of cultivation
neutralizes and expels it, makes a permanent inllammatlon can bo taken out and
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass this tubo leatoicd to ids normal condition .prices, tic., by leading tho
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam cure and heals every sore. B. boating will bo destroyed forever; Virginia Farrier Send lOcts.(

heat. Will\ open November 1st, 1899.! American plan........... nine'
B. B. goes to the root of the trouble canes out of ten aio caused by catarrh for :tt, months subscription to tho
irKUITT'S HOTEL l'LACIDE, Main St. After Now i.isun! which Is nothing but an Inllamcd I
F European Plan only. and cures after all other methods fail. condition of tho mucous surfaces.We Farmer Co., EI11(1l1la"a..

Even such will Ono Hundred Dollars for .. ....
terrible blood diseases as give ---- ---- -
caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
New' cancer, eating sores' and chronio rheumatism Kt, ANt rUtLKT. any Cholco .
Travelers' Hotel t I ANPAU78IAN COOK Kit I that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh \ "I',
he are cured by using B. B.. B. er shade of blue, wings Included One Cuio. Send for circulars, free.F. \ WlnosLiquors
Rll Management. tely on-If get a female
thing you can you J. CIIENln0.., Toledo, O.
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, building/ with the proper color, she will not, ""Sold by Druggists, 7">c. r and Cigars

IBS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. up the broken down constitution, stimulates only bold Jt. but will Improve each year Hail's Family Tillsate tho beat. II 1 VI Guaranteed Pure

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. the appetite, Increases the vital- The best hen I ever owned (lived until I, ,l ;r Sold at reduced
7 years of age and won first and special
ity of the blood and gives a clear, at the great Ontario show In a The late !. the Uonl. I tr price
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. i "The race for the Golden Gate between Import
smooth skin, free from blotches, bumpsor I good class at that age.Ill .
soldiers and the reception Toknjr Wine,
TIlE BEST $:tOO PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. size the Blue Audnlnslnns rival the
pimples. Give 13. B. B. a tiial. For committee I Is very exciting" said Mr. from Ital,..
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. the Mluorcas, several of my best hens llloomtleld.
sale:by drug stores everywhere, $1 per weighing/ ; six pounds\ at the present & John B.
"Both panic", have struck their very Togni ,
large bottle, G large bottles (full treatment time, and as layers of large white eggs "
JACKSONVILLE FLA.Opposite best gait no doubt. added Mr, Nolle- Saloon 123: East SL.
they simply take off their hat to none Metropolitan Hay
OTEL OXFORD )) $;). Tilal bottle sent free to flt'Itl.-l'l t tRim rlt Chronicle-Telegraph.
St. James Hotel. of them. This Is probably\ the strongest JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
sufferers. Write for' a bottle and describe prMut we have to offer In behalf of
to all of the commodious and The Noble Aiilmnl.Trader 'Vhulfla"le slid Itflall......
Convenient parts city, rooms, comfortable
this breed. They are simply wOIlI,1'fulII1)'OI'S
your troubles, and we will give Don't want to sell that ._ ....
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- and no'llI'll.ty lays a larger you ----- --- -- ------ -
Rates Give the Oxford trial when in Jack tree medical advice. Address Blood horse? .
ant stay. very reasonable a egg. I have also found them to ho extra The Largest and Most Complete -
I him extra to
sonville. Farmer-Naw. keep
Balm:Co., 14G Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. hardy, as I seldom loso a chick or Establishment South
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. haul broken down automobiles back to
Medicine sent all charges prepaid. have one sick. town.' --IiullaunpollH Journal.
The accompanying cut representsfirst GEO. S. HACKER & SON

'ST. AUGUSTINE.LAZA cockerel ,Premier and pullet Peer. ,
Uaetnl I.I tern I nrr.
AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and less at the Toronto and New York
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world's. "What Is your Idea of 'hammock literature
greatest hero. By Murat Halatoad, the life- shows. The former Is n son and the ,' Aleck'

HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. limp friend and admirer of the nation' Idol. latter granddaughter of the first New "Any book dlllt'l'hlg enough to keepthe
nicest: and heat liook over COO
\ Illustrations.\ York hen.-Newton Cosh Iu Reliable 4
Inches nearly 10J paces half-tone files off my face. -New York fArt 1.I
This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near Only.f Outfit.M. Enormoiia free. Chanceofalifetime.demand. Hip,commissions. Write Poultry Journal. World.

Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. quick.. The Dominion. Company, 3rd Floor Selection. I
Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per: day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. (;lLXtou lildff, Chicago. .I pd JII
If you noticed that a few of your A Frightful lllmuler i
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. hens did better us layers last season

Memory St Intulo.. than. the others, place them by themselves Will often cause a horrible Hum, Cut,
As he was about to sink for the third and purchase full blooded cockto Scald or Bruise. Bucklcn's Arnloi Halve,

JENSEN. time ho of course recalled everythingIn place with them. a You will find that the' best in the world, will kill the pain ..MM..M_ .'.. .
and promptly heal It. Cures Old Sore: ,
lila life.
past till the from this flock will be
pullets!! Ulcers Boils Felons Corns
Fever Sores
Ills countenance radiated with joy.
much better than tho succeeding ones. all !Skin Eruptions Host I'llo cure on
41 1 Fresco Hotel JENSEN, FLORIDA. "Ah," he exclaimed l't "since I now remember This Iu the way to breed up a flock of caith. Only 25!: eta a box; cure guaran MANUFACTURERS OF

REV Alm COUNTY. what was my wife told mo useful birds.-Indiana farmer, teed. Sold by F. S. Chalice, Druggist.
to get down town today I have no
further occasion to ilrownl" What Scrofula Is. Doors, Sash, Blinds,

J. L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR.New Accordingly he swam nshore. Palmetto Drug1 Store, Daytonu.
..Scrofula a disease its old as antiquity
House; best accommodations on the East Coast; table first-class and The frivolous world saw him, ,wondered It has been handed down for generationsand Moulding & Building Material

every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements.In a moment perhaps and thought is tho same today its in early times.. Drug, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet

the center of the famous Pineapple Section:: ; close to the Inlet; Fish and of him no more.-Detroit Journal.A It Is emphatically a disease of the blood soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and Ofllco/ Warerooms, King/ opposite
Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. and tho only way to cure it Is by purify. fancy toilet articles groat variety.M. Cannon Street.Charleston .
Ing the blood. That is just what Hood's HUSTON, propr.
on't Fail to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian River. Thousand Tongues Sarsaparilla does in every case where It S. C.

Could not express the rapture of is given a faithful trial. Ik eradicatesall ,

Titusville Boarding Houses. Annie E. Springer, of 1123: : Howard St., impurities from tho blood, and euros \ Paper. Pubtlihet!
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that tho Hoit'Hj boils, pimples and all forms of ffll\1Srriagc,adrfrtlwiri patroni. lotrodua to alno' Sash Weights Cord and
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- skin diseases duo to scrofula taints in ; <1 i'orMiiml. lUG wore,
US. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE '"TUSV.U.E, FLA. tion had completely cured her of a hackIng the blood. Hood's Sarsaparllla/ has won b )*. Haniplo oopr So. Hardware.
cough that for had made the grateful praise of vast numbers of i..vV SOCIAL AMERICAN,Toledo,Ohio.

Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread; pies, life a burden. All other remedies and people by its grand and complete cures. Great; Mill.Hn1 8AMPLEMpleof t0fal
rakes, etc., go to Mrs. Peisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, doctors could give her nn help, but she Don't allow scrofula to develop layout I ilfrtereuLNeWllpllpe" Window and Fancy Glass
blood. Cure (lint Hood's I Mnunilnc iwnt Uponrm'olplet lea for p hotels and families of this Royal Cine: "It soon re oncu by taking.
supplied. Hays Toledo Ad v, bureau, -.4 St. CUIr 3t.,Toledo, U A SPECIALTY.
moved the pain In my chest and I can \'IIaparllla.: .

now sleep soundly, something I can .--
BOUKNIGHT'S' BOARDING HOUSE TiTUSVILLE, FLA. scarcely remember doing before. I feel nd Whlikty Biblt
like sounding:; Its praises throughout/ the pIUP.M tyred\ at hum with

Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. ITnlvpiite." ho will everyone ,who tries r N out i pain.. rend Hook FREE.nMiartlcuUm -

Special rates by week or month. Dr. King's N.e'l" Discovery for any troubleof lJ'ICI. s.M WOOL U Y 0':
O. BOUKNIG1IT, Proprietor. the Throat: Chest: or, Lun/tK./: fries A, M..,. KM North f rror el.r
:::::: :'0 cents and $1.00. Til.il bottle free at
F. S. CliatTee's Ding Store; every bottle r 'd w
guaranteed. y-

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John B Stetson University Now 8h...'. Mot Him 1" A big yield of both

"Harry tells me that his father died profit unit satisfaction

of indigestion." said the IJrlllo of n ( will result if you plant

month. "I'm awfully glad I found It I ,e sLfi
out. "Mt Seeds
"Why BO?" asked her dearest friend.

"BI'IUIIwall; : the reply, "Ilnrry
.t 'ni'T r nM"nr.. llii* brut.IMXBpl .
will never dan refer to the braid and l1f'
v'N.IidOETN mq': the a t 11 1111M'.11I1.
pies his mother used to maUe,"-Chicago '1 .' 'U, )' uou. but l-Vtr*'*.
i i ull d AI"I'tI. \\ ill;for
News. I, tin Ml\ '*td Anuual-fnW..
That Throbbing Headache ... _'P"-r ____ ': !
'" jii P __.;.;.-.n t7JJIf '
Would quickly leave von, If you used -. : '.,

"rr1'r Dr King's New Life Pills. Thousandsof .. .__ __ _ _
:::: = ::: ::::':: m' c::
4 tl t r sufferers have proved their matchless
t. / .a o merit for Sick and Nervous Headache The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate, TKtUt

They make pure blood and, strong nerves DROPSyCt7RIDWUh.. oared....
of who has been in the Infirmary for three eacnllud
and build up your health. Easy: to take. seventy years age, bop.. ...... In tea
Try them- Only 23:' cents; money back a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking RJpans Tab. ,UJ. at 11''''''two-third*(.f all nytuiitom*rcmovN ..
| THuttiuunlftU Hiul TFN DATS trunttntmt Jr*
If not cured. Sold by F. B. ChalTce, ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he'is OK. H. A. GIUll'S suits, box K.AlUoU.U*
::--- ","z--. "" =-: = :=--== -=
never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina

For He'll Com Hack testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Both Scholastic Year Begins dear has Mrs. Pena
Soxes. Next Mr i PunKgH-Sly L
them. A second old gentleman in the same institution,
returned that book we lent her a try ,

October 3rd. Send for Catalogue, month' ago? eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and JR! ''-

Mrs. Knacgs-No, 1 must ask her for finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two
College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious It. ('.
.rmitlr artesian water etc., In- "Well, hen-after we lend her nothing nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer
> ,
buildings arrangement
with ,
perfect sanitary but the cat,"-Plttsburg Chronicle Tel from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve TRADE MARK '(
faculty of 22
perfect steam throughout ;
healthfulness heated
lied' ; buildings by egraph."I ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they DCCICNSCOPYRIGHTS &c.

and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full Information. expresst the have in their pockets. The matron also statest Anrona trmttng nfcelr-h and dearrtpll'wi .*..
Addreu. FORBES President. wish to always a package niilfklr ""',,rLalli our uplulim" free vlmitii-r.it'...
J. F. ,
of Chamberlain Colic MTOPilloii l le pruhatilr pntentablo. COIUMVI' I ,
-,... manufacturers is of and at times suffers with indices ,
- :;;::::. that forty-five years age ll.m..IrIetlleootldeotl.d.Iluadh.wkoni'.t.ute
and Diarrhoea for barIng ,
Cholera Remedy, li'in Ir.... OMoat auanry fur.ecurnlagut.ar."
put on the market such a wonderful tion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the iptrial l' ,''tidu wales taken, without ttiiuurfb vbaruq;Wunn, Iu'ttid* U- "..,,. ;

JOB PRINTINC medicine Beaumont,", says Texas.W. W.There Massing are !!many!, of Tabules arc very good Indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her Scientific MinerIca@ea !@ i

thousands of mothers whose children name used in a testimonial. / h.nd.nm.ly I1hi.tr.t
OF ALL KINDSPRINTING have been saved from attack.of dysentery .,.,4n'Cet........ R.a wUl... L..K ...1..kia ..I ........... erIry..h.k lie any 1.1"L 8 "unlst brailnee.doeIer I 1'rrnu ',11l \,
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bee uted and cholera Infantum who must. also na....w. .. r......a3i/i3.-... ... -u...a..f'/IW.-..... 101III...... l & 3 .
1 at theADVOCATE feel thankful. For sale by all druggist is, .0 ..WI......-.. .:v... ; 5Mwe ...M.....,..q 1p 1UNN Co3o1eroadwar.Wew rcii ;
OFFICE. and medicine dealer iriilb effluvia* Y BU Wurtiugiun. e


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? I WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS MARRIED. A Shave anda Carroll & Goldsmith!

6 f i pl Hair Cute

IP I Kditor Indian Rlvrr Advocate WEBB-DELL. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All

On Saturday morning last, AttorneyF. Have a great.deal to do with the general KiM!
The White Plymouth Rocks are claim J. Webb, of this place, joined in the appearance of a gentleman. At Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited
ed by many to be the coming all purpose holy<< bonds of matrimony Geo. P. Webb, .
fowl, and from my two years' experience jr., and Miss Carrie Alice Bell, of New CARRUTHER'S BarberShop, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.EJ. .
satisfied have
with that breed I am they Symfna. The ceremony was performedIn 1
no superiors. They are a decendent Titusvllle In the TITUSVILLE,
the barred Bocks, and should have the presence Mr. Webb's of a number office,of friends ,of the None but experienced workmen are employed : ::z:.,. ::se.AC: 'Y dz :a O.
i same form and weight; pure white In bride and The ADVOCATE joins and perfect satisfaction guaran-

BENJ W JE OME,., plumage the, the same yellow and skin, beak build.and In wishing groom.them a long, and prosperous teed. Give us a call. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Jr
legs, same bay eye square J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop
They dress more neatly, showing no dark future. And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Day Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,r
State Representative PENNSYLVANIA pin feathers. They mature as early, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing\ exclusive
WORKS CO., for above line of We Invite correspondence and solicit ?
IRON breed more easily to standard, and lay MALETMABTTH.On the goods. your your t>at
the Sale of GLOBE GAS ENGINES, as many, and perhaps more eggs. In ROBBINS & GRAHAM Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TltuVvHle,J\
; Marine and Stationary. the only reliable egg contest in recent Wednesday afternoon, tot 4:30
years, the White Plymouth Rocks won o'clock, Mr. Jerome D. Maley, of Day --
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENEOAS first and third prizes, competing with tona, was married to Mrs. Dora E. Mar.

MACHINES. Safest, dwell 143 pens. W. G. Stevens, of Ohio, and tyn, of Seabreeze. The wedding took .La-iiyore... c& Motlow<
eat and Heat light for private of whom I got.my original stock, received place at the home of the bride, the Rev.C. Lesley f
and stor s. M. Bingham officiating. After the
ings first prize; his pen of 8 pullets averaging ,
289 eggs, per pullet, In 365 days. happy couple had received the hearty WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
and estimates
For prices, catalogues II. FJIIKDLAKDEB.' congratulations of their relatives and

address, BENJ. W. JEROME. Interlachen, Fla., Oct. 25, 1899. friends, they boarded the train for Titus UNITED STATES COURTS. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, ,Rums, Gins and WhI !
1 ville, arriving at 9:30, the same evening, -
Rockledge, }'la. at the Indian River Hotel, where they Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. -----_.
Troop Arrive at St. AupIUn. will remain a couple of days or so. Abstracts of Title
The bride is the daughter of Mf.: C. II. A First-class Line of Cigars. .*. Billiard and Pool Table

The Anhenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'lon. About 4 o'clock Monday morning a Jones, a former editor of the Times- Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful) attention
Dado given
company of the Second Artillery arrivedat Union, Jacksonville, who is now reaM. Furnished to lands In Brevard and orders. Cash must order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW to n
V Famous St.Louis Keg and Itottled Iteer. St. Augustine on a special train and ing in New York. She is a bright and Counties. accompany Titusville:

Tituivllle. Fla. repaird to St. Francis Barrack, having talented lady, and has a host of friends;
& Motlow,
Bold b Mem. InIey
IJy Mr.*J. I).Crabb, Coooa, Fla. been assigned to duty at this post. The while the groom Is one of Daytona's pop- -
Jjjr Mr. "W,J. Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. officers are a major' In command and a ular young business men. INSURANCE. Protect Your
first lieutenant, And there are only thirty We join the many friends of Mr, and We have a large list of F1R
...JOSEPH ZAPF... flve men, the rest being left in Cuba and Mrs. Maley in wishing them a long life property Against
New York on account of sickness or of connubial bliss and prosperity.
furlough. The absent members of the L ... .. n r 3Downed OYOLONES.

Wholesale Beer and Liquors, company will report fromtime to time I I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lit
as convalescence enables or leave expires. 8TDMPE-OAILER. by ourselves and clients. Price. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City

West Bay Street, Battery !'A," of the First, at present On Sunday evening last, at 8:30 o'clock, Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MAINHARD quartered here wll proceed southwardto N. A. Stumpe was married to Miss Carrie for unimproved lands 3.00 to $100.00 I For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCIIUYLER,

Egmont Key as soon as the pending 1:1..11"ITOIIOI: ., nt this nlaxa JJIflUO, the .Totr..".. tlUUU T I.n A. acre. 'JLIlUBVIlieJist 11.:
is held at this per
general courtmatlal post
Hughes officiating. Only the relatives
BROS., -St. Augustine Journal. and a few intimate friends of the con -

tracting parties were present at the wed. I
TOWN ELECTION. ding, which took place at the residenceof WE have a few Residence, Orange

Cleaning and Dyeing .- Mrs. Renaker,jitusville. After ten. Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable .I. eceired
The annual municipal election of the dering hearty congratulations to the .
town of Titusvllle\ took place at the happy pair, refreshments were liberally locations. Prices Reasonable
Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Court-houso on Monday. There was no supplied. The wedding cake, whioh was I i
cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. excitement whatever, and everythingwent certainly a fine one, was made by Mrs.I I
Dlesner, and much appreciated by all A lot of Harness
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. No great off "as interest smooth was as marriage manifested In who partook of It. OFFICES {{ and TITUSVILLE MIAMI. Buggy Whips,

town, and the voters went to the polling

For Sale. place in an orderly and becoming manner TO DE MARRIED. Collars, Collar Pads and BidingWhips.
There was really no oppositionto
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre the ticket as published In the ADVOCATE Invitation cards have been Issued by ..John ,B. Massa... ,
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. copies of which we distributed Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dismukes, announcing i Wholesale and Retail, '
' Cheap for cash, or will make liberal around town the morning of the elec the wedding of their daughter, Miss .
Julia, and Mr. Thomas Dunbar Green,
terms. Address, tion.At Fruit and Produce Merchant
C'OUKTLAND HurKMAN, the close of the polls it was plainly on November 1st, at 4 o'clock in the

: 22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla.Semi. seen that the following were elected: afternoon. The marriage ceremony will
(For Mayor, A. D. Penney. take place at the home of the bride elect, Oranges, Grapefruit,Lemons,Limes, :r.6.6. J?JI'OS.A.eD: : & SON
Ganlden. John R. Water .
Aldermen, 1). J. on street, St. Augustine.Mr. Pineapples, Bananas, Grapes, Apples,
Walker and P. A. Losley. Green of
was recently manager;
Nurseries. Mnrihal and collector, M. S. Jones,jr. the Mountain Park hotel, Hot' Springs, Cocoanuts, Walnut's.: Pecans, and all Titusville, Florida.
-Tropical U Clerk and treasurer, C. H. Schuyler. N. C., but the ADVOCATE informed Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts In season.

.' Assessor of taxes, John Henry. that he now holds a position as assistant Also, by the barrel, fine

ORLANDO, FLA. Several scattering, and a few defective manager of Hotel Jefferson, Richmond. Fresh Apple Cider and Apple Vinegar. FURNITURE
votes were cast; while several of our Va. ,
SPECIALTIES Jlloono's residents are out of town aud a few did 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
the earliest and best
Eaily- not go to the polls. Established 1883.i .
,, Early Orange. The Inspectors of Election were: J. T;' Judge Minor S. Jonta. i. *;- DRY GOODS, SHOES,
Aurantium Pomelo, the best GRAPEFRUIT BasKet, G. F. Duren and C. R. Stewart. v This. is one of the most reliable houses

and TANGERINE ORANGE Clerk of Election, C. Bouknight. The Circuit Court !has been In sessionfor In Jacksonville. 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.00
. TUBES. the better part of two weeks, and
Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also has been presided over by Judge Minor 0" ., $16.30:;
Peach: Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, TITUSVILLE AS A HEALTH S. Jones, of Titusvillo, who received his
(No Second Hand Furniture)
Glutted HOHOS and Scupernong Grape East Coast Meat Market
; ,RESORT. appointment for the full term, from the
vines. '
Governor last
James Mott, It Is not out of-place at this time to Expressions May.of gratification at:the way Hair Mattresses Mattings Blue Flame Stoves Shades ek
G. F. DUREN Agent. ,
Box 17(5.( Orlando, Fla. direct the attention of the readers of the in which the Court is conducted by '

Jly28oct28. ADVOCATE, nnd those especially from a Judge Jones are universal among attorneys o -Or.:! Chas. A. Gardner Titusvilte Fla.
distance who contemplate visiting Flori- and others having business before C'D ,
da during the coming winter, to the the Court. The business of the CourtIs ...... _.
attractions our town has to offer, We conducted in a dignified, orderly way. CaGO sa.: ESTABLISHED 1875.,
Grape Fruit have shelled troets, electric lights, a reliable and delays are not encouraged. '
A just and upright Judge has It in his s:=
bank two good several
newspapers -
and Trees. tine brick stores, a Board of Trade, five power to raise the moral tone of the entire ,.=sa.: wm:_ .. -. :SO-o-eS cZ CO,
Orange white' churches, largo fisheries, a taninextract community with which he comes in -
and palmetto fibre factory, an contact, and such a Judge, we are happyto
Ice factory, the manufacturing plant of say, we no have on the bench of the ::: f -D1 ?_GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS ,AND FERTILIZERS
Grafted and Buddedon McFarland's tent device for the protection Seventh Judicial Circuit.-Orlando Sen _. Ito '
of citrus fruit tieos from freezing, tinel. =sa.: y1 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
law and real estate oflicos a Social Club,
c=i handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
4 and I 5 year old sour orange roots. iin opera house band, a military an company, an a Fumigate the Mall. Titusville Florida.CONTRACTORS Dora, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright an<
well-organized up-
v Grafts f to 1 Inch diameter, 4 to 0 feet, to-date shooting club, a armory large and comfortable dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

well bl' nched. Thirty varieties now hotel (the Indian River), over- COCOA, Oct. 23, ISO!). Star Brand FerUUzen-Ouaranteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Fare Groan
Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate ot Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt eta. These fertilizers have D
ready for delivery.The looking the bay beside a number of Editor Indian River 'Advocate. superior In the market and a trial wili convince. Bend for Catalogue{ tree.
houses,\in various of the BEAR & TAYLOR
best trees in the State at any boarding parts | ,
town. Dear Sir-Allow me to suggest to the .
price. Those wanting a really fine ar- As the county seat of Bievard countyIt officers of the State Board of Health the 'Artesian Well
tide should write for prices at once, and has court-house and a modern jail advisability of the postmasters of Key ; y ; GAY BROTHERS'

engage trees for fall and winter planting. building,. with rarely over two or three West and Miami fumigating all mail before '' _
Inmates. The population is about 1,000 forwarding to any part of Florida. 4-i .
/ These trees are, undoubtedly the Illness is so rare, that there Is but one Also that they have three detention % i f I + 1
doctor In town, and we are told his services camps: ouside of Miami, the first for five Eau Gallle Fla.,
in the address
,i state, are so seldom required, that he lays, second for ten days add third camp PALATKA FLORIDA. GROCER

'<1\\ ', finds ample time to act as Justice of the for fifteen. Dr. Porter Is aware of the
O. W. CONNER Peace and Notary Public, beside attend. old saying, "A stitch in time saves
We make a Special Feature of
nine" our
I InJt to his medical practice. KNAUER
Ocklawaha NurserIes. There is a large area of primeval for Dr. Hughlott will look after Cocoa. WM, ,

est and prairie laud beyond the northern, Yours, FUMIGATE Wholesale dealer in Mail Order Department)
OKLAWAHA, . ,FLORIDA. southern and western boundaries of Tllusvllle -
the advent of the .
. awaiting
.1'l l .. -- thrifty settler to till the fertile soil, and Fire In a School. CAN'D'Y.Buy Knowing how difficult It is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIE

which now abounds In game. t I CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them till
W. M. MOODY'SBARBER To the east of Titusville\ Is the wide Three thousand dollars damage was your candy from the Wholesale promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satlsfa'toi' )

sweep of salt water bay (about seven caused by tire which broke out Tuesday Candy House. Call or We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and na.
SHOP. miles iu width), formed by the waters of morning in the barracks of Bingham many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.

the famous Indian River Here fishing, school, BIngham Heights,near Asheville, write for prices. BST" SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
. wild duck shooting, sailing and rowingcan N, C. Five rooms were gutted. No
___ .. Address:
, be In to the heart's content -
indulged one was hurt, and the school was not
: of the most fastidious sportsman. Interrupted. Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
Close to Indian River Hotel Titusvllle.
On the ocean beach, nearly In a direct E. A. WADDELL
A share of your patronage solicited. line east of Titusville, Is Canaveral Club, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
of land. I Drowned During; The Storm.
surrounded by over 10,000 acres
of the Miami City and Dade County -
This property is owned by some
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck. most prominent and wealthy residentsof Reports from Bovine state that a good The Three Whys.

ers for Sale. Boston, who come south to hunt ev deal of stock was drowned during the Real Estate BureauA
ery winter storm. 'Gene Stewart counted seventeen -
The cool, refreshing, health-giving cows and forty hogs dead in one
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen. ozone-laden breezes wafted across from drift and thirty hoes In another drift WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red broad is with stale food, when can select list of-
the Atlantic Ocean and the hay, lecently. The St. Johns prairie an you
Spanish. Apply toMADDOCIC are one of the most enjoyable features inland sea as far as the eye can reach. buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird
j & MATTHAMS, of this phenomenal location. Food fresh every day. at 25o per Ib ; sent :33xiy: BiHoo-yiie: X ronel'CysCity
"Palm Beach Pinery, The town Is situated\ on the Florida ... anvwhere lOc extra! to pay freight.
1 West Palm Beach, F a. East Coast Railway 154 miles south of To The Denf. WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate w

Jacksonville and 212:.! 'miles north of when you can get a bottle of CHANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
The Orlando Nurseries Miami. The Titusvlllo branch of the A rich lady, cured of her deafness and Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed For
Jacksonville, 'l'amplKey West H:ill- noises in the head bv Dr. Nicholllun'sArtlfloial to cure for AOo.( Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

r Offer for November and December de. road, uowcoutiolled by the Florida; East Ear,Drums, gave $10,000 to his WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD. ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, 11
livery 15,000 choice budded orange and Coast Railway Co., also runs into the Institute, so that deaf people unable to ACHE, when you can get a bottle Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago,
town-this being terminal point of the Ear Drums may have them Thomas' Headache Cure that will Avenue D Bank
grape fruit trees; are four yearn old; sour procure of over MIAMI, FLORIDA.
orange stock. 5,000 sure bearing!: fig that bianch. There ale two trains arriving < free. Address No. 1134: The Institute, cure you In short order for lOc.

trees, Peach, I'llIm, J'earand Persimmon from Sanford dally from Here Jacksonville Is virtually, and the head one 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N, Y. H. R. THOMAS, Chemist: and DruggistLaVilla

trees, all leading and best, varieties. of the Indian River, aud the favorite Pharmacy, xIJEWEIED.
23,000 camphor trees, imported seed, Jacksonville, Fla."Subscriber .. WATCHES CLOCKS
point for fitting out and starting of uum The. Gum Barber Shop. ,
Everything carried by rat-class nursery, ,
erous cruising parties during our balmy
Write for prices, to winter months as everything attention Is drawnto
; necessary your
GEO\ II. WIUQHT, to comfortably equip a pleusuie yacht, i Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Sham. the name-and-data slip pasted upon Jewelry Diamonds
General Manager Orlando Nurseries can here bo obtained at the most reason I ,)ooln etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with your paper or wrapper. If you are inarrears ,
able prices. This is evidence by the Electrical Baths attached. Everything please remit.. i
Reading notice ads on this page fact that the same parties have been uptodate.E.. STEINIIACSER Prop. Souvlner, Wedding Rings and PreaeOt

aro five cents per line per week. coming here annually for many winters 333 West Bay bt Jacksonville AOBNTS WANTED For "The Life and
for that purpose, in preference to any Achievement o(Admiral ne.eyl.: the world's YFINE
other point along the East Coast crMteat naval hero. Ur Marat HaUtaul, the WATCH and JEWELRY REPAID
friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. ,
As The facts as here presented, should ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, life-long .
t2T an advertising medium no Biggest and beat books I over 110O pages. Situ lSiIYERi
paper on the East Coast can beat the have a tendency to direct the attentionof Is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices Inches; Dearly 100 pall" halftone l1IuIratJoPl.. A SPECIALTY.
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us a many prospective cosy .
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