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: November 3, 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: UF00075918:00044
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Stearns, Wolf. Tribune. Write for ments. -
And Topic of General Interest. prices and catalogues: particulars C. WATTS A Co., ORMOXD, FI.A., Nov. 1, 2801\ : WHICH: : to stop. See list of hotels on

F. W. BEERS I am offering a few thousand shares Jacksonville, Io'la.ConrteDY's Editor ImUfin Klvtr Advocate I our 7th pages.

Society and General Oos lp In connectionwith St. Augustine. of treasury stock In an Industrial Com- : The A nvoCA TIC Is now'on 'file at all

nlicayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, Second-hand Yost typewriter, $2::>.00. pany, without competition. Better than : school teacher, Miss One would scarcely recognize tho old the best hotels In :New York city.
and Halifax: River, Key Vest any Wall Street Investment Send for a Lucia has returned home. She Drinond now A five story addition has
Banana Brown
the been added to tho north end having, The Putnam house, DoLand will
Points along
Important to A. K. KKARNY
other prospectus
and.n -Why not smoke Fontella cigars ? WAS not in good health when she arrived
East Count of Florida. Brief mention of Sold everywhere. 7 4t at Wall Street New York, N. Y. and as she did not recover her health about l 150: rooms; help's quarters 18x.: probably open on Thanksgiving Day.

InUreitlng Events from Various Parti very rapidly, she thought It better to W feet, two stories high ; and a powerhouse Where to stop In Tltusvlllo. See ho
About People Tou Know -Capt. J. H. Smith, of this place who are In the rear, the former Is now tel and house
of the World; return to her homo In Newberry S. C. boarding ndvts., on 7th
Do water
People You Don't KnowPickedup has been on a trip as far as St. Lucie you your drinking being: plastered and tho latter being of page <
and has -1>1'. Thomas Blake of the brick Is well all in thu73: foot
Our Society Editor and a large staff returned home.Archdeacon Cigars, three years on sale; Perry progressing ,
by correspondents scattered along the try them. 7 -it United States Marino Service who has chimney and largo oven attached to the Mr. John S. Bowcn a former manager
of Florida. B. F. Brown and wife been at San Francisco for some time now two-story kitchen. of Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville\ Is now

East Coast of are expected home from their visit to -Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of Cocoa, past, but latterly at Staten Island N. Y., Tho old part of the hotel has boon stopping; at White Springs Fla.

Maryland to-day or to-morrow. was in town yesterday > arrived nt the Indian River hotel Tltusrlllc thoroughly overhauled and many alterations Illustrated folders of the fine East

THE ADVOCATE -Never fail to read every page In the -Attorney Geo. M(. Bobbins left here Wednesday night, and will remain In rooms made and about i ilG bathrooms Const hotels etc., to bo given away, free,

$1.50 per annum, in advance. ADVOCATE. You will always find Inter- yesterday for Jacksonville, where he here until the government orders him added ; the old plastering has been at tho AnvocATic office. Send two-cent

$1.00 six months, 10. esting local news, especially on pages 2, has: a case in the United States Court. elsewhere.The removed and a very hard now plaster hits stamp to pay postage.Mr. .
to foreign countries. 4,5and8. I taken Its placo. The celling: of the, rotunda .
$2.00 per of an.expiration printed upon -We are pleased to note that Mrs. quail shooting season having lens born paneled heavily In pins A. r.. Marsh, cashier at Hotel

Note date week. ThisIs -Mr. Geo. G. Gleason who had beenon F. T. Budge of Miami, who has had an opened on Wednesday number of tar, RIII I U tho now dining room, and the Alcazar accompanied by his wife, hums
your paper or for wrapper every No need a visit of several days in Jacksonville attack of yellow fever, 'Is on the road to sportsmen Indian have already registered the result U sumo beautiful rooms; these returned to St. Augustine from the
receipt your money. River Hotel Tltiisvlllo to enjoy
for a ns to send receipt for subscription.The was a passenger Monday's southboundtrain recovery. the shooting, and a number mOle are rooms are wnlnscotted with tile, and are Hathaway Inn, Deal, N. J.

date gives it to you. en route home to Eau Gallie. -Mr. A. D. Baldwin and family, of booked to arrive next week. Manager thoroughly lighted with electric lights; Mr. Jos. P. Oronvos. who managed tho

The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE is on -Mr. and Mrs. IT. J. Smith and fam- New Haven, Conn., are expected at 3ast has arranged a commodious barn the dining room having rows of lights 10 Oriental hotel Manhattan IJonch, with

sale at the following news-stands, at five ily, of Pompton Lakes, N. J., will arrive Rockledge In a few days, to spend tho for tho comfort of the bird dog, which Inches apart all nroutul onch panel, and such ""011" tho past summer, Is again
Ihu rotund lama cluster
cents per copy : at their Rockledge homo next week. winter. will\ bo appreciated by all true sportsmen onn, two or threo In St. Augustine, greeting his numerous
nf In each l to
Titusville-Fred S. Chaffee. They are always welcome visitors to In- -There were eight new cases: of yellow whoso first care IH, for their dogs./ tho*size lamps of tho panel. panel, according friends
J. B. dian River.
fever at Miami on Wednesday; making a -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankonn,. The house Is to be newly furnished Mr. Wm. MoAullfff, chief clerk of the

-Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Walton, after total of Koventy. No deaths at Miamion massed through here, yesterday utter10011 throughout and those fort nnitto )lint sons Royal Palm, Miami, during the past two

W Reading notice ads. are ten cents spending a few days at their residence in Weonesday. on his way home from DcLnndand I\hul\lU tiitui tallied here this whiter by or three seasons, but who has been one

per line on this page. TitUHville, left here, Thursday, for Jacksonville -Mr. L. II. Church n well known other places, lie says quite n dond MiHMis.mlcrson A Price! will find everything ': of the \propiietorsof tho Sinclair house

-Mr. W. C. Parsons, of DeLand, is in and other points, for an indefln- resident of Orlando Is In town to-day, deal of land for orange groves IH being about the IIOIIHO In strictly first( llethleliom N, II., U nt the Fifth Avenue

to-day. ate period.Mr. on his way to West Palm Beach and intermediate sold In tho south end of this county, and cll\IIlIlItyle In eve y respect.! hotel, Now Roik this week
town people are planting out many trees The grounds all about the hotel have
E. O. of points. In answer to
Morgan, Bassenger, many Inquiries) respecting
-Attorney W. J. Sears of Kissimmee There are several DoLnud residents about undergone" even iiioro of a change; the
was in town Wednesday morning. was a passenger on yesterday's northbound -Miss Lcola Tillman daughter of to settle I in the nclghboihood of All knna, nit r plno Does have been removed largely the routing of hotels on tho East Const,

train, en route to Tampa where Judge Tlllmau, of Quitmau Ga., and a where. no freeze has hurt orango trues. Iho Hand dunes leveled down a forest wohnvo been Informed that the Holly
Smokers smoke Fontella cigars he expects to dispose of 800 cattle to Inn Daytona owned by Mrs. Porter of
relative\ of ,Judge I). L. Gauldun of of p"lmaln full leaf have Ink on tho placeof ,
America's best for 5 cents. 7 4t Mr. McKay. her Mrs. W. ) tho samo town ; nnd tl-o Iii hscus( hotel,
Titusville. Is visiting! slater A flood Appoluhnent.Jutlgo Iho pines'' while under them. grass U Pnlm ,Itniu'li__ _,. liv Mr... Mnrutnml .>,, T'.l.ll.........
of Ormond has M. McDonald In St.:Augustine.Mrs. ; 1uxinloualyand j hlbisons i u -J u 6 n
,-Mr. Ed DeCoursey. -Mrs. W. S. Norwood has returned growing I oleander -
several days in town. from St. where she has been and other ornamental
teen spending WII. Chambers and family returned John D. Long national Republican many plants
to the of her sick nro tho Mr. Myron j L.: Howard of the
attending wants
writing here for Information to St. Augustine, Monday aftera committeeman from Florida wan already growing among palms; one proprietors
-People daughter Mrs. F. J. Reid who is now visit Mrs. Chambers Intlll'UKe gnrdon adds another feature of the Imperial hotel, Petoskey,
will enclose a stamp to insure a pleasant Virginia. on Wednesday at Washington m> >olnt-
please i
< recovering her health. is the wife of Auditor Chambers, of ed diplomatic agent and Consul General tn Mm al road nccomnllslicd work of Mr Mich., hiss returned to his old position
reply. Fremd the head and the ns chief clerk at tho Windsor hotel
the F. E. C. H' '. gardener, by ,
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown is still at Miami ) at Cairo, Egypt. Judge Long Is well
Congressman Robt. W. Davis is now time tho tourist season is on, and the Jacksonville. Mr. Howard U n hnil-
in Washington attending to his multi attending to his banking business. The WE HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some of known along the East Coast and was n hotel finished, the grounds will also have follow-woll-mcr, and hl\ll\ host of friends
alterations to his residence In Titusville pleasant caller at the ADVOCATK olllco
the best land tho East
dutl vegetable on much II. north and south.
tudinous <<)s. very more Improvement.
have been stopped for a short while Coast for either rent or sale on easy last winter. The judge Is a bachelor

-Do not fail to look at our 3rd page, pending Mr. Brown's return. terms. ipply to Gleason Bros., Eau and quite wealthy. Mr. L. A. Klttredtfo will be managerof

where you will find something of interest. -Mr. W. R. Copeland, who acted as Gallie, Fla. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING.On the Ki'nllworth Inn, near Asheville,
N. C., again this season. The Battery
conductor on the Titusville-Sanford -Mr. tnd Mrs. J. E. Ingraham and Untiled Out. -
Park hotel however will get the bulk
-Mr. A. A. Simmons who has been passenger train during the absence of their daughter, Miss Kathleen, who have Monday; owning the members of of the tourist' travel as It Is In town and
spending several months at Fort Christmas Conductor Deesz, left for Jacksonvilleon been enjoying the summer months at I The house-boat Rose Mario hits been the Titusvllle Town Council met at their command n grand view of the surround

has returned to Bovine.Mr. Saturday afternoon last. various )places nOIth. returned to St. on Nelson's ways this week undergoinga rooms ou Washington avenue, for the ing country. Our northern. readers, who

and Mrs. W. B. Waddell and E3fOur mailing clerk has, this week, Augustine on Tuesday. { overhauling preparatory to purpose of cimvHitsIng tho returns of the Intend coming south via Ashovlllo, N.

little daughter, Mary returned home, sent out bills to all delinquent SUbSC1'lbI I -Attorney II. B. Saunders, of West going Into commission this winter. Prof.J. ing late municipal declared election\ when the follow. C., should write Manager. E. P. McKls-
were elected
Tuesday: from their visit to Alabama. ers to the ADVOCATE and we trust they' Palm Beach arrived at the Indian River M. Lallin, of Now York Is In charge, A. D. ; sick for rooms, etc
I'onny .
and ha everything will bo In readiness mayor.J.
their says
-Postoffice Inspector E. O. Tate, of will be good enough to pay up hotel, yesterday, and will probably remain for their hunting and .fishing trip R. Wnlkcr ) : As nnnouncod in a previous Issue of

Morristown Tenn., was in town from dues In town a week or two, to put In by the time Mr. Cluu. Naethlng and I), L. Gnulden [.aldermen. I the ADVOCATIC, Mr. Sam. Pumkey, will

Tuesday until Wednesday, when he left -Mr. J. Maxwell Randall of Boston, some time quail and duck shooting.Mr. party arrive from Gotham. F. A. Losloy, ) again have the management of Hotel Indian -

Stanford. who has been enjoying the summerat W. II. McFarland has succeeded C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer. River, Rocklodge this winter. We

well- Maplewood N. II., arrived in town in compounding chemicals that will M. H. Jones, jr., marshal A collector, nnllel'lItRolthlt Mr Proskey will soon
-Mrs. A. II. Taylor, wife of the he left A Clialloiifte. John leave New York for
of the ou Sunday and the following day make his canvas for protecting trees Henry assessor Rockledge to sea
known popular superintendent for Eau Gallie on a visit to Mr. A. R. non-inflammable. He expected to be Among other business before the mootIng that the hotel gets n thorough overhauling -

Alcazar Casino has arrived at St. Aug- Hodgson. around showing this to tho pineappleand The undersigned hereby challenge any i a letter was road from! Dr. li., R. bufoio the opening day. which will

ustine for the,winter. ('ant. A. J. Lewis a well-known attorney orange growers but he will be laid three riders In Titusville, or any two In Wilson and It was moved and carriedthat bo early ,In January. Ho has )been one

-Father O'Boyle again made his appearance 'at -Fort -Pierce was a pleasant up for few days owing to a swollen foot, Brevard County to run a five-mile pur- Chairman; Knox, of the Road Committee of the most popular hotel managers: at

in town, on Tuesday. lie is caller at this office yesterday. He is In a piece of lumber having fallen on It at suit bicycle race on Thanksgiving Day be empowered to put the town the above resort In! many years
like a will-o'-the-wlsp-always on the ((30th[ Inst.). Challenge to bo answeredon In a thorough sanitary condition.
town for the purpose of attending to the tent factory. Mr. Fred C. King has secured nn option
move, looking after his flock or before 17th Inst., or It will bo void. After Alderman John It. Walker was
some law matters. Capt. Lewis will return Dlsmukes cousin of Mrs.T. for n lease of the Grand Union hotel
-Miss Mary W. E. VANLANDINaHA unanimously re-elected chairman of the
-Miss Louise M. rowe, formerly of home to-morrow. Miss Julia Dlsmukos Saratoga says tho New York Hotel
D. Green (nee ), A. B. BUOWN.Titusville UOIU'dI\IHII' vote of thanks tendered to
Rockledge, but now a resident of Aurora -Master Porson Paddison who has of St. Augustine, has just returned to Fla., Nov. 3,1881)! the nothing mayor, Mr A, Brady, the Gazullo been,-chief We may clerk add that Mr. King
has at Mr. H. M.
N. will Flagler' -
Y. several weeks
probably spend West End Ave. Nashville
been spending the summer at Point Cas- her home on meeting udjouruod.
on Indian River this winter.It .. palatal hotel, Royal Polnclana, at
visit to various
Tenn. after a lengthened .
well, N. C., and Lexington Ky., stopped ,
The Hunting FiellO/on. Palm Bench during the past three seaSons -
is said that Mr. .las. Harper hada over here from Tuesday until Wednesday places In tho mountains of North Carolina CHURCH NOTICES. and his many friends will be pleased

gay (?) time at the recent dance at with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. M. Robbins including Asheville. She was one to sue him at the same place the coming -
of the most popular ladies at the The season for quail shooting openedon -
Hardeeville. Ask him about it on his on his way to Eau Gallie. young season A letter to, the ADVOCATE
return Rldgewood. Wednesday and quite a number of Divineservice will bo held at St. 01brlel' \
from his vacation.
-Miss Ella Singleton, of Rockledge, sportmen have been out bagging the from Richmond Va., says ho has been
WE teaching school at De- -Have you road Edward Well's great Episcopal church Titusvllle on visiting Mr Fred ,Merry, manager of the
of has
HAVE, at Delray (Linton), some who birds.. Deer and duck are also: being Sunday next Archdeacon B. F. Brown
the best vegetable land on tho East Funiak Springs, Fla., during the sum- book, "Hampton and his Cavalry? This brought luto town In fairly large' numbers officiating. : Homestead hotel, Hot Springs, Va., this

Coast for either rent or sale on easy mer, passed through Titusville, Satur- story of the war between the North and ; and on the whole jt looks as if week

terms. Apply to Gleason Bros., Eau day last en route to Jensen where she the South, is one of those notable contributions sportsmen are having a good II DIe. Services at Presbyterian church, TI- Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine, opened

Gallie\ Fla. has taken charge of the public school to history that will and be South.hailed Among those who went quail shooting tusvlllo, on l Sunday: the Cth I nit., at 11 for the season of 16UIMHH\)( ) on Wednesday
with delight at the North from this town Messrs. Ballard and a. m., and 7 p. m. Subject for evening,
were: under the able
Jerome D. of evening management of
. -Mrk. Julius Kline and baby who -Mr. and Mrs. This fine work, telling of the noble deedsof "Creed or Creeds." Sunday school at
have been spending a few months with Daytona whose recent marriage was referred Southern soldier should be In every- Motlow who shot 42 quail; Pritchard Mr. Jon. P. Greaves as of yore. Manager .
a 0:45 ,
: a. m
week's ADVOCATE left and Waddell 32; Mlms and Gautier, 10. heaves' corps of assistants for this
relatives in New York, returned homeon to in body's home. Read the ad. on 8tli page.
Friday afternoon much to the delight for home on Saturday, after spending season Is an follows: Asa S. Loomis,
of Mr. Kline.Conductor their honeymoon at the Indian River -Mr. Jas., McFarlane, a prominentand Ix>rlll.rd'. Plotting l'.Uce. Outing FlunnelH. chief clerk; A, L. Marsh, cashier; L. M.
hotel at this place. We acknowledge a well known resident of Lake Worth, Uooiner, front 'clerk ; J. C. Gray night

L. P. Deesz who. has I pleasant call from the bride and groom.Mr. who has been spending the summer I have just received two hundred clerk. John O'Connor Is the steward;
been on a visit of a month or so with his months very pleasantly Flat Hock, N. The handsome reconstructed houseboat pieces of Outing Flannel which I will A, M. Thompson, head waiter; and Reg-

wire and family In Fulton, N. Y., returned E. B. Wager, after spending C., wa a passenger on Wednesday's Caiman, of Pierre Lorillard New sell at greatly reduced prices. maid Loder head! bellman. During the
to Titusville last Friday evening, and about two weeks In Ashevllle N. C., returned southbound train, en route home Mr. York's tobacco millionaire which has JUUUH KLINE, live yearn Mr. Greaves has had the management -

resumed his place on the train running on Saturday evening last. He McFarlane looks remarkably well In been undergoing changes here for thepaft'elght TltuHvllle. of the Alcazar he has made it avery

between Titusville and Sanford. Ills gained over Ulbs. avoirdupois while In health, and said he had gained over months at the Merrill-Stevens popular resort; and the ADVOCATE,

trip north was a very pleasant one. the mountains. During his absence the 10 pounds In weight Mrs McFarlane shipyard, U completed{ and Is moored at A White Woman on many occasions, has heard word of
Star was very ably conducted by Mrs. will remain at Flat Rock until the 13th the Market street dock; she U much admired -- praise from tourists In favor of this

Wager. when she will leave for Lake Worth. by those who have seen her, says and his hand
To Inst., Wants house-work In a family, Is a genial manager right; man,
Sportsmen. Senator Matt. S. Quay and party of the Jacksonville Metropolis. It U In reality good cook. Address Mr, ASH S. Loomis Mr. (1 reaves baa
house with all of
dwelling on water
who have been having excellent a MILS A. G predicted a busy season at the Alcazar,
friends, WANTED a bus; must be In good convenience for travelingand
I am to act for the necessary and has already received a large number
prepared as guide sport fishing at St. Lucie for about two and at a reasonable price The master and General Delivery,
shape a
quill portsmen' -either for' deer, bear duck, weeks, passed through here Saturdaylast Address, II, full crew (11white\ / ) are aboard. Mr. (9.11 Waycross, Ga. of Inquiries for apartment,
turkey or fish. Address Washington, D. C.
their way to Sea Breeze Fla.
on p. o., LorllUrd and| ( are expected hero SeeK Wanted.
FltANK LouiSANA.iTitusvllle conversation with RI) ADVOCATE representative parr
In I December lilt, will go down theludi.iu Fur Hale.
Fla. said he felt :
Senator Quay -
much better In health. after hU short va- A Unrguln. country.A Correspondence Is Invited from those .

cation on Indian River and he expectedto The most desirable property In the along the coast having bees for sale.

Launch For Sale. return here after Christmas. For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River, IJeantlfnl mid Valuable Home center. .of. Itocktadge, on Barton avenue; Largo or small quantities.

Florida\ a fine residence on a high bluff, for Mule nt a unrgnm, conttiuiinjj or live wren covered with OU'ruEItN I: BEE Co.,
in nrst-cliiss running,: condition; a bar commaodlnga view of the mir- thrifty orange trees, also two cottages 10 tf Fort Pierce Fla. "
fm Dimension : feet overall ; :32 thoroughly qualified thereon. Apply toW
; lady
beam WANTED-By a rounding country Also the fine Hchoon-
eet keel! u* feet ; 28 inches draft position as teacher In family.. Seminolo. Will fell residence At Mlcco. on Indian river Fla.: consisting )[. M. M Mllford Conn. Wanted Sowing1.
arti! ;"-horse er-yacht of 101 acre, a well ,built\ two- Y.UWIN'r
power Daimler motor; speed, Address MIIS. B., at big )bargain. After J, Itocklmlge, -
etc. a
about 8 ,miles an hour; has large carry- Box 1. Smyrna:> Cobb Co., Ga. yacht Write for, further particulars to 'story house 7 rooms; a two-story lawn storehnllding,1Rx32ft Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired..
handsome front .
i 5ca.PHCty| for passengers or freight; A Iloantlfiil Winter Homo
O. M. Hcrro, Nuts R. C. ScniMOEOuu,
'WO foot dock
CbanoPles. and l seated from stem to stern, III. shaded by palm tree; a ; Titusvllle Fla.Kmpty .
203 State street Chicago; ,
cuahloned. Fittings: anchors Wanted. 2:O budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit cheap I
and cables all complete and in good trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud; For sale very on east side of

nnir'v. For fun particulars and price, party In slock raising To Let, Furnished, MX( young nursery stock ; artesian well j; Hobe Hound Indian River oppositestore Sugar and Itlco Karrels a
by letter Experienced 1,200 feet galvanized (pips!| distributed pnitofilce and express office; about
to to start a <1 T
waste a" partner with capital desirable 1 acre wool shed for pineapples )5 acres, IjlKJ ft. river and Atlantic ocean For sale Address,
most place;
Cottage a over
II. MACHATTIE, best locacation Manalapan ;
cattle ranch In South Florida; bath and screened WALTER Moons, 11
few hundred Porto Rico pineapple front; seven room,
Hobe Sound Dade Co., Fla. In the state. Address, between residence ocean, situated beach and most Lake pleasantly Worth; ;plant ft ; railroad; itatlon on went verandah. Ground Irrigated/ by windmill 8 George St., Charleston. 0.TltiiHvlHo' l

r--- W., care ADVOCATE running to and large tank. Good wharf and warehouse ,
of thl place tramway
line ;
Titusville Fla. contain 1 j bedrooms large dining room
For Sale, and reception hall kitchen and other river front on the east. This place to bo ; al.ol-rooiu bathhouse on ocean Laundry.

Surf bathing and excellent appreciated must be seen. The very beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanuti '
At Banyan Fla., five acres of good conveniences.fishing and hunting; ten miles from handsomest place on the river. The and ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated Mrs, Geo. Cook, of Tltuivllle, U now '-d

'tgetable land. makes from 300 to 400 The Sail Mateo Cigar, Palm Beach and one mile from Hypoliuo land U of the best hammock. Orange booklet, price, etc, to prepared to do laundry work of every "
crates or beaDs each good house all In bearing now. ClIAS. R. HeilJEANTttON, description. AH work guaranteed. .
year; Lake Worth. Address tree nearly
IDA dOCk. price and term liberal; write AH Pure Florida Tobacco, across J, Duowx, Agent., Apply to D. I.. OAUI.DKX, Atty., 3:31: Jackson: Building, Leave your washing At O. F. )uren'. '

& B. J. HILLJAIID, East Coast Grown Hypoluxo Fla. Tltu vIle, Fla. Naihvllle, Tenu.Mia corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office.
-u made them. "
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JACKSONVILLE'S GALA.WE.EK.: "FACTS, IN A FEW r \ iIi Es Childless peopli T:EJ W co' SEJeJCS:: :
often drift ,
YOI/i'P/ o fJj) apartt
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OffirUt Programi Xovemb r 14,18,10,17. English collieries employ 883,000.people. 'satisfy i her heart For Fall and Winter Sowing.

YOU fl6U"l YouUiflUD.:l I iltaaaged... b,.-Ese aU".COmmittee. P,craving, by society;

.00 .. :: J5D1T. NOVJCMBCR: 14. The Transvaal has 74 .gold 'mining, t "Always roamingwith Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden J

B t5T .10 a. m.-Farad0'6f .1sttfog'Volunteet companies. "I,' The .a husband hungry heart.finds": 'Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florid, *'

yOUR IttYfSTMfffT Fireman and Jacksonville") .Fire Department Germany' has about 25,000' physicians, the home dull and Rust Proof Oats.

; exhibition by Jacksonville Fire and Burgeon g. goes to the club. The

Department; $25 for volunteer.company There are 9.ooo.ceU to. .a.square. -foot happiest homes are Write for price list.
In .f honeycomb. those which echo to L. CAMERON
baying most men la uniform parad6 Seedsman
The height of the rock 'Gibraltar the love and laughterof ,
10':30$ Good Roads Convention at
a. m.- childish voices.
la about 1,437; ,feet 125 East Bay .St.. JACKSONVILLE
Board of Trade rooms. 2 p. m.-Volun: The Conditions! FlA

teer Firemen's contest; hose reel contest, British India' now has' 140 ,collegesand which preclude moth
,17,000: 8t dents. ,
erhood often
first prlze$150 second prize, $75; grab are rem
....J.n certain parts of Africa crocodiles, ediable. Thev GEORGE MARX. JOHN DIARY
: race, first prize: $100, second 1-1ze,|*>0. toadA''ftbd'splders ire eaten. out of a diseased or enfeebled condition grow

8 p. m.-Trades display, prizes for handsomest Music boxes for bicycles are now of the delicate female organs. When 1VI H RS.

floats;, first prize, $50, second I manufactured by a firm In Hamburg, these conditions are removed, and vitality '

prize, $25.; Germany. and elasticity given to the organs of Wholesale Dealers In
motherhood, it frequently follows that

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Redlands, Cal., has a giant mowing the home is gladdened by the coining ofa GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE

:10 a.'m.-Volunteer Firemen's contest; machine which cuts a strip of wheat healthy, happy infant. ,,

+ IVER,4YQ hook and ladder contest; first prize, $75, CO j( feet wide. There is no other 'medicine that will

r DIIUAH qTE second prize, $50; if only one company At Wardbury, Norway, the longest! do as much for women as Dr. Pierce's : 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

day lasts from 21 to 22 with Favorite Prescription. It dries up disa-
first May July
enters, prize $50; coupling contest,. greeable drains, allays inflammation, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

prlze$15, second prize $10; consolation put Interruption.A Heals ulceration, cures female weak-

race for teams not having won a prize, million dollars was spent Ip stipends ness, and establishes the delicate womanly THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
to Presbyterian ministers in in ONE OF CIH
THE TRANSVAAL WAR. $2:;, 10:30: a. m.-Convention of Mayors organs a state of perfect health
Canada last year. and vigor.
/ t and Councilmen of Florida at City Council -
'There is no alcohol opium other
What The Boer War I* About. Six Principal When first known to the Romans kinds of Seed and Potatoes
for all Eating
and Cow
Chamber. 3 p. m.-Horse races at narcotic in Favorite Prescription." We are headquarters PaI
Points Are Involved. silk was 110 dear that It was sold weight We also a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.
guaranteed genuine. carry We was
driving track under management of Any sick woman may consult Dr. R.
c The following Is clipped from the St. Jacksonville Driving Club; half-mile for weight with gold. ,' V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., by letter, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and,you will be'pleased.

Augustine News: The elephant has 40,000 muscles In free. Every letter is held as strictly MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville
clay track; 2:35: : trot, prizes $200; i mile his trunk alone, while a man has only private and sacredly confidential Dealers. Fla.
Six principal points arolnvc'ved In the WWe=only Sell to
heats .7:: J mile dash 577 in his entire
arbitrament precipitated by the formal running, prizes ; body. "I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble for
Florida ponies, prizes $25. 8 p. m.- The black Jaguar of Central America bout three year, having: two miacarrlagrs In
declaration of war by the Boer govern- that time and the doctonthat I consul ted laid I
Fantastic parade, $50 prize for largest will attack any man by night or day would have to go through an operation before I '"
ment. They are: could (give birth to living children" write Mrs. &i
and best costumed In parade whom he finds lying down. CHeA.sIi: CO.
First-Taxation without representation. I Blanche K. Evans of Parsons Luzerne Co., Pa. ,
$25:! for finest Individual costume. Grand I "The harp that once thro' Tara's hall "When about to give up in despair I saw the DEALERS INFIXLO -
The British government demand'cd the soul of music shed" has not' been advertisement of Dr. Pierce' medicine and
masquerade ball! after parade. thought I would give it a trial as a Inst retort. I and
I for British subjects that this should played there since CCO A. D. bought a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription : Wines: Liquors: ,
THCnSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. and after taking it felt better than I
bo roc tilled. Thin was what was meant It Is estimated that the' consumptionof
10 a. m. -Parade of visiting and local had for years. Alter taking four and a half bottles B417 410 W. Day St.,
by the diplomatic controversy over the beer In the entire world amounts to I gave birth to a bright baby IOrl who is now '
military companies. 10:30: -Convention four months old and has not had a day of sick iLi' JACKSONVILLE '
"franchise." The Boers finally made! $1. 80.000OOO per annum.\ ness. Icnnnot say too much in praise of Dr. -.: ;. FLA.
of retail merchants of Florida at Board
Pierce! Favorite Prescription." rt
the concession that five years of losl- Owing to the development of the Natal ,

i deuce and the malt of allegiance: to the of Trade rooms. 2 p. m.-Horse races, coal (>ld1.- the"shipment of Welsh Dr. Pierce's Pellets are a boon to 'z: fit ', ,'E-ry t Bombarding Dewey

2:.J5 trot or pace (local horses only, GO coal has declined seriously. women'of constipated habit.
Boer should entitle a Ult-
government days in Jacksonville),' prizes $100; The fraternities of the United States With good things Uncle Sam k
lander to vote. But this concession was to do when he
mile run, heats, prizes $fJ0; 2:22: trot or hare 0,000.000 members, the Masons The IlrltUli Hen. preparing reach
this side of the
placed under HmlUtions. which practically pond. There wiD
nullified It. It wan not an honest pace, prizes $200. 8 p. m.-Military leading with 708,500 members.A Great Britain Is the largest egg Importing 1 a be no "extra dry" sauterne,claret

sham battle with fireworks. This will few weeks ago a new park was country. 'No breakfast table Burgundy, or any other that BOil

offer. The Imperial government demanded be a brilliant and and dazzling spec opened to the public on the spot where Is' well furnished without eggs and N in his honor that will be purer,

'4 a five year limit to political taclo. Captain Cook first 'stepped on Austra- British hens would give up In despair r; higher grade, or of more exquisite

competency, and that the ballot should; lian soil. \ If it were Intimated to them that they \ 1'' boquet than what you will find it

l not bo submitted, to any nullifying/ con FRIDAY, NOVEMlJEIt 17. ought to supply all the eggs the popu- .a?,? are '" '+ ,,,: ,. our superior stock at all time

ditions. The Boeis refused unless the 10 a. m.-Yacht races, first-class boats, Asia Minor was the chief opium mar- lation can consume.' In fact the number o'." ,. Our stock of fine wines, wblskia

Imperial would over 20 feet and under 30 feet, prizes ket until the twelfth,century.'and from of hens is so very Inadequate that e and beers are unexcelled.
r renounce
I ;F suzerainty;government The latter refused to dla- $135: ; second-class boats, 20 feet and then on It was gradually distributed allover over 1330000.000 of eggs, worth $20- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State

tl' under,prizes$55; third-class boats, skills, the globe. 000000. are Imported every year to express prepaid, for $3.2Q.
CUllS that 'question and the Boers then
i yawls and whitehalls', prizes $10; en- Twelve years ago one sailor out of make up the deficiency In the home
withdrew the offer. every 100 on an average lost his life by supply. wonders
Nobody more than
trance fees $10, $5: and $1, to be also
Second-Trial by Jury. British subjects accident Now the proportion has been the British do themselves why they .
distributed with prizes. 2 p. m.-Horse \
c are not allowed a trial' by jury oft ...n.1nnLul,,"'u'.v, oe I, 2"0:: don't rnlflfi more poultry and nrvrra and
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their peers as under the laws of all English races; 2:37:: trot or pace, prizes $200; one Two recent consignments of goodsto BO a poultry conference met 'at ReadIng John B. Stetson
mile run, prizes $75; ; free for all, trot or University
speaking people. A British subject London houses included 8,000 birds to talk the matter over.

under the Boer oligarchy must be tried pace, prizes $300. 8 p. m.-Military ball of paradise 3,000 Impeyan pheasants Mr. Walter Long president of the

at 4.500 crested COO small birdsof British board of
I armory. pigeons agriculture told the
by jury of Boers.rri .
Also numerous other amusements. various sizes etc. delegates that 43 eggs' were imported DELAND FLORIDA.
Third-Education. In the public
Under management of Gala Week Ex English collectors complain that the each year for every man woman and

1' schools the English language is not al ecutive Committee. prices of rare books on musical topicsare child In the United Kingdom, and
lowed. As the population of Johannes- going up rapidly largely on account every one of these eggs might Just as ''

berg is twenty English to ono Boer this Story of J a Slave.To of the Increasing demand for the well be raised at home: lIe would do Jr t aizA z Wi(1 1tf

1+' was a virtual exclusion of English children libraries of rich Americans.In all he could facilitate this desirable .,
be bound hand and foot for 'i:{ ;"j;' "0 :
from the schools. The Imperialgovotnniont years a single year the value of canaries result. Some of the delegates said ,,. ,..' tlr".. .. '
by the chains of disease Is the worst ....."
raised In Germany Is estimated at that the poultry farmer might reason- :..I"7..: '
demanded on behalf of British form of slavery. George D. Williams, .' '. ,{
subjects that the two languages I! of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a $?Oooo, and It Is satisfactory to learn ably expect a profit of 5 shillings a J'0; -

i4i4 should stand on an equality. This was I slave was made free. He says: "My that the greater part of this sum goes year from the 'eggs of each hen, and '

c refused. wife has been so helpless for five, years Into the pockets of,the very poor. there was no reason why the home '! 'I

that she could not turn over in bed German locomotive factories number production should not he largely In- i ;iI

Fourth-Municipal government. Thereare alone. After using two bottles of Electric 18 and have a capacity of 1,400 loco- creased. Various ways of encouragingthe

only 1,000 Boots In Johannosberg to Bitters, she is wonderfully improvedand motives per year part of which out- Industry were approved.
able to do her own work. This
2:1,000: Ultlanders. The Boer
government put Is exported. It Is said that no
remedy for female diseases '
clings to its exclusive light to govern the supreme American 'locomotives have yet been Bits From Iloyer.
quickly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, Have double yards for each flock ot
English city without the consent of the melancholy; headache, backache, faint- introduced Into Germany;
so that the one can be
;; governed. Ing and dizzy spells. This miracle work- It Is estimated that about 400,000 disinfect-
ed with while the
a other Is
green crop
Fifth-Extortionate. taxation. Before Ing medicine is a godsend to weak, sick- acres of land in tho United States are ,
ly run down people. Every bottle being used. For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
the discovered and guar planted with vines, three-fourths of ......
English developed The hens will as'
lay Just with-
anteed. Only 60 cents; sold by F. S. them in bearing condition. In the
aR KImbeily and Witwatersrand mines, the Chaffoe, druggist. out the male bird in the pen and besides October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
amount of wine raised New York state .
total Income of the Boor governmentwas It will be better for the hens that
I ranks next after California ,
about six million dollars. It is now Englishmen may now spend a fortnight: I are beginning to look ragged. College, Academic'Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
If.W in Fails or Switzerland for $35; or enjoy The new Third avenue bridge, New Our neighbors who keep hens for
four times that amount on .a levy upon Norwegian tour for $50.; York, across the Harlem opened to eggs are great believers in corn for Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement;: artesian water, etc., insuring

the the Ultlanders of $10,000,000{) per annum, In the African elephant both sexes the public on Aug. I, 1808. carries 50- feed and they supply their breakfast perfect healthfulness ;; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 23:!
in expenditure of which the taxpayers 000 passengers a day on an average-
have tusks while In- the Asiatic with fresh eggs from our farm. trained Information.
voice Ivory and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full
are allowed no 20,000 on foot 17,000 In cars 10,000 We feed wheat and oats. '

Sixth-Slavery. Though this does not they are generally restricted to the male vehicles and 3.000 on bicycles. Contaminated soil and want of grit I I Address. J. F. FORBES, President

appear in the diplomatic discussion it English engineers are making commendable when existing together make conditions -
Used by British Soldiers in Africa
has effected the sentiments of British progress In burning garbageas will soon tell on the flock, no

;' subjects towards the Boors The natives Capt. C. G., Dennison Is well known fuel for electric light stations. At matter how carefully all oilier: known Fine Job Work Executed
all over Africa as commander of the Canterbury England. 15 tons are burn- requirement are followed.It Quickly l

are practically enslaved by them. They forces that captured the famous rebel ed In 12 Hours under a forced draft. has been said that no class of poul- ,
call it "apprenticeship but native Gallshe. Under date of Nov. 4 1807
This process Is In use at several places. I try can be produced with so little
expense -
youth are held to work and labor with. From Vrybuig. Bechuanaland, he writes: There are great forests of costly for shelter, food labor and care AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE. _
"Before the last I
starting on campaign =-
out compensation dining the most effective bought quantity) of Chamberlain'sColic woods In the Phlllppinese ., mahogany, as geese. This statement Is true when

period of their lives, namely, till the Cholera and Dlal'l'hoelHemed ', sappaii wood logwood. Ironwood, eb their habits and requirements are thoroughly FOR $3.20.

4' ago of twenty-eight. After that ago they which I used myself when troubled with ony and cedar besides about 50 varieties understood and met, and it is .

ri are held to service by terrorism, In manyif bowel complaint, and had given to my not known to European markets equally ture that no class of poultry Sent to *'8 will
us by Express, postoffice order New York Exchange,
not In most instances men, and in every case It proved most but eagerly sought for by merchants can' be mot disastrously u&witisfactc-! send or .
you ,
beneficial. For sale by all diugglsts from China. under ,
: ry cpposltf condition*.-.\ Few
These lire the issues over which the and medicine dealers.There / '
A single foundry In New Jersey casts .
Orange Free State and the Transvaal ,
OO bells for the farmers
j', have thrown down the gage of battle. Is circulating fn Berlin a. report annually 2S. What Might IIn"o Been Expected.Mary .
and about 4,000 for schools churches Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
had a little lamb.
contention that Emperor William is about to shave
The is not over the right of
engine houses etc. It Is estimated by It* dayi were julckly iped;
1'' the Boer to self government. That the : oil the moustache which has long been a foundryman that at least 50,000 are It followed Mary round at golf

c! Imperial government has never questioned the admiration and despair of all Ger sold every year In the country to tillers, And got It in the head.-chicago Record. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey"We

'.; .nor made any attempt to circumscribe many of the soil and breeders. '

The demand of the English 'Is "Cleanliness Is an excellent habit," GOLD I lis of no value when health is ship In PLAIN PACKAGES no mark to Indicate contents which will ""JlI'L! all k corn
Volcanic Eruptions Medical in dancer; What's of more value ? nent.) When you get it and test It, If It Is not satisfactory return it at QUit EXI'Farkel..
that Englishmen within the limits of thoEmpire says Dr. T. J. mills in I'ratt's .to-date tablets will break your J3..20 will be cheerfully) refunded. Tills Whiskey U BH rood asan( goollsln
Aro grand, but Skin rob life "but it Is absolute up upa We are closest hand and distant houses ale haw
shall have : Eruptions Record not an nor can give; you QUICKER DKLIVEUY than RES-
equal enjoyment of I cold In one day, and for constipation been doing business in this city and at the and as to mir
'of joy. Bucklen's Al'lllclllve slime stand for over 15 YEARS
health and
cures essential at all to v
good ,
that light with all others. If that had an and biliousness and all malarial troubles, POSSIBILITY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant Here or
them also old and
Running Fever SoresUlcers menial; activity. Almost all people who It> has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c.Pratt the editor of this paper.
been conceded the Imperial II Bolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts
government live extreme old found to
to an age are Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, SOLOMON A LEVI,
would havo left the people of tho Transvaal Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped hands, ,
be those who are not overfond of ablu- 111.[ Send fur sample 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,
I Chllbalus. Best Pile cure on earth
to settle all matters of domestic "
it con. drives out pains and aches. Only 25cts.a tions. P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

cern to themselves box. Cure cruarautoed. Sold- bv -F.- -S.. Maros-UJvar, In Hungary, a manufacturing Executor's Notice. *
halloo, druggist town of 3,500 inhabitants NOTICE i-\Ve pay Express Charges to all points reached by "SOUTHERN E.'Xl'mSS: whet'
," but to points on line of other to points
Express only
tt It will not be surprise to any who may be expected to grow rapidly A Is hereby given to all whom It may Southern Express Company transfers to said other Companies Express Company.we prepay ._
are at all famili.ir: with the good qualitiesof Mr A, J, Dalfour, of tho British Hungarian singer who undertook to NOTICE that six months from thU date __ :::
the undersigned will present to lion D.L.
Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy, tot : Government, scarcely ever reads a dally give a concert there found It impossible lanlden. County Judge of Itrevard county,

I' know that people everywhere take pleas. newspaper Two secretaries prepare a as there was not a single piano in Florida,his final report a'oulltllantl vouchers, NIC
urn in relating their experience In the together; with his petition for discharge as ex. JRE1'Sr\
kind of news for him the town and ho had not brought one ecutor of the last will and testament of Emily
of that summary every
use splendid medicine and lu ( A.Reynolds,deceased.
telling of the benefit they have received morning, and ho peruses that at the with him. Dattd at Fort Pierce, Florida,thin 8th day of DEPOT FORBartholomay's
from It, of bad colds it has cured, of first freo moment.Chuubcrlnill's. A signalman at Slough was discharged June,A.D. J8U3. -

threatened attacks of )pneumonia it has summarily for stopping a special R. 8. REYNOLDS,

i avei tod and of the children it has saved Yalu Cures train on which the Prince of Wales A.Executor Reynolds Estate, deceased.of Emily Rochester Beer!

from attacks of croup and whooping was traveling recently. On his explaining -
Others C. T. Mccarty,
Why You.
cough. It Is good modlclno. For sale
first, that he didn't know Attorney for Executor. JunKWmo
by all druggists and medicine dealcts. My wife hits been using': Chamberlain's prince was on the train and, second, Fine Wines,tlquors and Cigars.
--- Pain Balm, with good results, for lame
that the track was not clear bo was Notice.
lllsiunrck's Iron KorvoWas shoulder that has pained her continually put back again.Hlldeshelm's. ,, M13KC1IANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 I'. M. 25 CENTS. .

lot nine years. We have tried all kinds 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida-_
the result of his splendid health. of medicines and doctors without receiving famous 1.000-year-old is berebv given that on the 21st day -::::--'"
Indomitable will and tremendous energyare any benefit from any of them. rosebush, which It had been feared In NOTICE! A. 1) laoo.wlh or an loon thereafter as iran
be heard, I apply to big Honor D. L.
not found where Stomach, Liver One day we saw an advertisement of the; last two years was dying, bas sent flaulden County Judge of Hrevard County, for JOB
Kidneys: and Bowels arc out of older li this medicine and thought of trying It, out new shoots and runners from a a Anal settlement of my ccnunta and approvalof PRINTING
you want these qualities and the which did with the best of my distribution ot the assets of the l"tate of
success we satisf o- thick root stock this year and seems U. C. Smith deceased and for my dh hare
they bring, use Dr, King's New Life tion. She has used only one bottle and now to be safe to but for a good many from the administratorship of said estate.W. OF ALL KINDS
I'ills.\ They develop every power of her shoulder Is almost well.-ADOLPH has not blossomed I. ALIEN.
to come. The plant Executed at
brain and body Only 2S: cents at F. S.tfhaffoe'a L. MH.LKTT, Manchester, N. II. For i, years this Jensen Fla., Sept.6th.1899. Administrator thaADVOCATE
I summer.
drug store. \ sale by all druggists and! medicine dealers Uobbnll .t 0 &ham,AU'fl for Administrator. PRINTING OFFICE.


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President aW Gcnerall\Innager. Treasurer" See't'y and Assistant Manager.Co.


The McFarlanel Fru: Protection .

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kpacity of factory TUSVILLE, FLOI3ID Trade Mark : Freeze or no freeze

100 tents per day we can raise Oranges in Florida.

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,i "' In response to your request that I give a report of the exhibit of the .:*H; "' '::*>:*;;. -T ;,,, "

McFarland tents, that.came to us as per appointment on Saturday, the <* ,. : :'. v: .-. ,.:;:' "

"55 J :- ; ,. 14th ult., 1 have to say I could and would like to '(fill a page of the :';'-, : ->: \\-: :\Ii v: ".-

'-, SS 1 .; I newsy News'with this subject of "protection" in general, and on the 'sf: !!.fe'ii''jvV'vM: : ;; : i ,

,' McFarland system in particular. My only reason is "want of time," I. : : : / : : ; ',

',, which may be, after all, a fortunate thing for you and your readers.,1', ,. .' > :' ;,'.! ,

I '5 .;,'J' ;, As everyone knows, it rained, and thus the pleasure of the exhibit ,' .. ';. 'll3'.1. .!.. #: .. '"', ,,.,-' / ;'. i iI .

j ', '. was sadly dampened by the "downpour." Despite this interference of \,1 / ;:"i-\{ ;\. ,: ::> .

t; ,, ;! ; the elements, which it would seem is set upon diaappointirig all our .'< .>' ':} 't. ;t. ', k<: '

'.:i, :; ,!; 1 efforts in the line) of orange industry, there was a respectable crowd .\ //f ,:';:" ;;Jf; '::'/ ,\
;: : that defied the storm ; when I say respectable I mean not alone in ':,\ ,' : ''';,./ i.;, < I" '

C. numbers, bat in the. class of people that constituted the "audience." ':" ..:r '." I ', ::, ;

r" .. :, ,:i Our "best citizens" of town and county, and adjacent "suburban" '. ... : : j,. .
.i -': ', in force. When I : K-V-; { I ,
towns were here say "best citizens" of a city like : : ; .
/; f' ''', DeLand, it means very much, on which I would like to descant, but ''" ., ;I" .'. '.,: ;j: \
I' < time forbids as I have an for the next hour ':
engagement and so on, ;: ., : :' ,
;) and am writing before breakfast to get even this scrawl ready. : : ':: ,L !,> '
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Of the McFarland system and the honorable purpose of the man ; ." ": '/i; ; (', .

.4g -.- ; I who fathers it, there seems to be but one opinion; as far as I am able *; ; .;,1 M" -,.. ,"' ; :'

'S ,:E to be an impression, and that is approval. Almost every person gives ') :.1' ;:; '' '' k ., ;, .. ,

7; S his hearty indorsement, adding, "I have not a word of criticism, to' ,v'i'V.:: : :.

'i A .-" 'I' offer." The only question with us is how to get the money to buy the ; '? ;; ; \1.' / "": '}<" ,I,

-.\. : ,.:. :. ;-. ,;: tents. At the lame time, we don't feel that Mr. McFarland's prices are "* :'>:- -'!J; i''' ---A' 'A; :< .. .' ,',
!' ':" for what he furnishes in fact, we do not how he ; ; #? ; ,
high ; see
:" .': .. can to '," ,1..:- ;";'r'"' f'o::,| ;,. \ \ft:*
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; ; v'': .. do it even at his present.quotations.. 'We believe the inventor'of this ". .' .;;>' "* ,'Vl-i'-t I *'. \ L",'1. '

,':1 .' system of tents has honestly 1 the best interests of the orange industry 'J : ',''.'. '.vSil'/, : Ii.)j/j/ "" ..
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; ; '' i"', '. at heart,' and he is working to devise schemes to simplify the tenting "I' ; ,: ;: ; '- .' r 1.. ,
_'{ : and for its adoption in that will reduce the -ii' ; : t: ; '
.: : .';' plan many ways. expense to > ; : : :<:
.;1;,; ,..... ., (' growers all possible. Believing this I have made an order to the Mc Hj; : ." 'u, < t; .

,:' > Farland company for fifty tents, leaving it to Mr. McFarland to make :? .V-V;' > :: ,

:'! them as he conceives to be the best thing for a part of the trees on my >;ti "''*: "

'', ,} home grove here in town, ho having seen the trees and knowing they ''', ,, \, "' :-4*/. ''/ ,T1 t '

: situation. These tents are to be delivered In the shortest possible ,; .l--/t.v.-'r: ::: :" ,

",', time in which they can be made ready. My purpose Is to have them ', ; '' '. :' V'.t ; ,.;.

-Si r' S ,. : g, set up immediately ready for the first cold wave. If this venture meets:1 jd"1. -:: ;, ";';; i'A, 1 .

.. ., .,,_ .::. '..." ', "' ,.,' my expectation I shall add to this order at once, and a cover for our ; .' /, : :': i-,: iift' .-' ; ."}' :i ';,
t... .' vegetable garden, all to go on my home place here, at the corner of "' : : -;> ,:' ":,* I ".
: ; : : ',:;!'IS, :;i Minnesota and Clara avenues. Then, if :Miss Joy, my co.partner' in .: ';.j-' : -, ;'''fj'V
;. ;:, ', ;" :::,. : the "Flddis" grove, just northeast of the University! sees it as I do, we "' ;}< i,,$ ," ,,- ', .,\ 'f?. '

\: ,_': ,':,(;: ;I will have tents for that as soon as possible. Of tenting my groves, out. ; I I "': ">: 4/ !:;; :. f' \

) ." ('I.' ,: side the city limits I am not yet decided. My faith in the system Ie"] :'.;': ", ',: '"
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,.. .'!\\I .., -i."} .. ,;:.- ,/'" .. a reputation with you that I am not an idle person. / v-t :' ;'..v.--H' ;:;::- .;;, .". ;. .;;\,.;'"
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'.1' ; t '::: : .. go system .deem uncalled ,': 4','. p.
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'.:r:;;', :' :' : ,,::,\;:\.::' ; papers. Besides if any grower is Interested to "know all about it." .; ''l{:,: '-:; "

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AWBBKLT JOURNAL DKTOTBD TO THE DKVBb .So far, the campaign In South Africa &AKIN6

OPMCKT or TIE MDUir RtVBB, LAKEWwnrn -opened up by the Boers with such FLA.
t AND HI"OIV!fll 'IIWI'IOJl'. enthusiasm been disappointing to ,

T' them. A few years ago 20,000 Boers 1I POWDER

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.H. beat 2,000 British soldiers at Majuba ABSOLUTELY'PURE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised i

I Hill and I.alng' Nek and Prime Minister / paper, free of cost to you and put In the band of live men, to write at in f"I\L,
QEAALae WA trow, Editor & Proprietor. Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank: Contracts, and put your property before the public, once *10
Gladstone stopped the war. more By Many sales will probably be,made this winter by this Agency vn.

(> Dlncontlnnanc of adru. must be made personally Things have changed since that time, _.i '..1910 powers CO.,mw vowt. yours. nn7 a ot

at this office or by writing. and another clans of men are in officeto PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to >*1000
watch oVer the interests of Great ---' --- -- -- -- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Cbeak,eta., may he made payable to CHARLM Britain. BtW',the Boers 'met with such You will find an interesting article FLORIDA SYSTEM, OF FRUIT Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. Gallic; first-class.for oranges, pineapples' vegetables. Price, $],000. la.
success on that occasion, that they upon the Transvaal war on our second PROTECTION. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will run
pay $1
Address all communications to thought there.would be no difficulty in page. It will tell you what is the cause year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000. | !hi

INDIAN IIIVER.ADVOCATE, following it up and driving the British of the Boer war. Head it. A few weeks ago we published a fun HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from, $5 to $25 per acre.

TiTtmviLLB, FLORIDA. soldiers into the sea. Of course many and careful description cf the McFarlandtent One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J" miles west of Titusville' good, t
pineapples, vegetables and oranges.. Price, $.>50.00. (*
of the intelligent Boers were opposedto JACKSONVILLE"will do herself proud"on invented and now being$ manufac-
tured by W. H. McFarland. It la hardly
of a declaration of war against Great Gala Week. Grand times are in
IT.. 8. Department Agriculture necessary to repeal that description
.: Weather IJurcnu-Jupiter, Fla. Britain, for they claimed they could store for those who attend the coming Suffice It to say that the tent Is an eight-
not hold out very long against the full festivities, and we recommend our sided cylinder, with a conical top, sup- Jas. B. :Sours

strength of the British Empire; but readers to give a glanceat the programpuhllshlt ported like an umbrella on system of ,
1 i' The following is comparative state nevertheless, they thought they had second ribs and braces.'and the whole snspendej
ment of temperature and rainfall for theY on our page. from a crossbar on top of two uprlgh'tstakes ; :E3aY G-ral.n.: : Peed F1ou.r'
and reasonable for
grounds hop ,
week ending Monday, Oct. 31, 1300. good planted on opposite sides of the ,
-1809- -1808- Ing to winsome decided successes with ITEMS QF INTEREST. tree. These stakes are to be high *.= GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
DATE. MAX. MIN. )MAX MIW. the aid of the Orange Free Statebefore enough: to make the tent clear of the a =
25 80 72 83 70 the British reinforcements could tree all around and above, so that it can [SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
20 80 00} 70! 71 STUAKT, FLA., Nov. 1, 18W. be swung quickly around the tree like a

27 80 73 7G CO} arrive-when they had twenty men to Kdltor Indian River Advocate i whirligig, shutting It in completely.On Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to
28' 80 74 78 72 every British soldier. the other hand, it can be swung open man 01
According to latest statistics five timesas in the the beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
; 29 78 75 ,80 72 The Boer defeats at Glencoe seem to opposite direction, leaving quotation,,
30 7 31 62 72 Ofl( sunlight
plish a military operation that require gospel rule must do for the closing 10th) The small sized tents made of 4} '
Total rainfall for the week: 207. are Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and when these educated
machine and not- medium sized of
normal rainfall for the a perfect military ; ounce sheeting; tents
Departure from
the I
ignorant boys and want to
the assistance marry Trounce drill all tents over ten feet of -
Inches. I withstanding they are ;
week: plus 0.70 Departure know
anything, they must still "ask
: from normal rainfall since January 1, I said to have received from: German officers their husbands at home." U-ounce drill, thin being the heavies! CHAS. N WELSHANS
weight of cloth practical for tentmaking.
pins fl.OG* Inches. the Boers lost the day. It seems There ace In the United States 50,002 Nothing heavier is used In all large ,
C. J DoiiEnTY
they undertook to attack the Britishin Christian Endeavor societies, having: a circus tents, us ll would crack in handling -
membership of 3,303,720. In all these In cold weather Mr. McFarlanc
three converging columns, which (

WE are pleased to note that the San were to reach the battlefield at the societies and prlviledge. young women accorded have to every the young right has handling had tents-for twelve years'some experience of the largest In CEMENT, BRICK, LIME,. SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,

Mateo: cigar industry! I Is meeting with same time. The divisions lost touch men.The circuses in the country;) ,

much "'"('('PIIS. A letter received at with each other, and two of them were navy: of England has 508 warships We have before us samples of all these Agent/ for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
i this office says the cigar makers have badly routed in detail. If they are not and on every one of them 'lis a fabrics, before treatment and after. The ,
temperance society under the. direction first is in solutions
; ,' been overworked ; that they are build successful at this stage of the war, of MisH Agnes; Weston, one of the most I,i and renders the cloth given mildew-proof; the, Write for Samples and Prices. '

ing a new factory, and that the cnpac- what will it be after the main body of remarkable women of to-day. Two pa- second process makes it water-proof; the

ity for cigar making will be very much the British army-composed of English pets Are published for the seamen that third rat and roach-proof. This latter< Old 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street,

t'i', enlarged' to ,be able to ICt'l'Jlllp with the Irish, Scotch, Canadians, Australians last year had circulation of 1,143,580 quality has been demonstrated by twelve
copies. Queen Victoria recently Invited >ears' experience, The stuff is stated to I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.McMurray .
rapidly-increasing business. This is East Indians and othersarriveIn
Miss Weston to her home that she might be positively\ mildew-proof and practically -
r good news. South Africa? learn more of the work to which she Is a water-proof. The samples are soft

1S P'' Referring to the above war, the Ga liberal contributor. It Is no small thingto and pliable; they can be folded without

}(r. HKNJIY M. FLAOLKR: Is certainly zette-News, of Daytona, strikes the Influence, more orless, every one ofEngland's cracking'; there appears to be no oil or & Baker
11 ,OO(() seamen combustible element present. All starch
spending a mint of money in Florida, nail on the head when it says: One of the many benevolent and re- and sizing are lemoved from the cloth be- ,
on hotels and railroads. His I last speculation "Tl l English are doing what many fOl'mOrkK of the day Is the Woman's fore treatment. While the exact formulais .

*, ; was the purchase of..the ''railroad thought Impossible, winning the first Keely League; with buildings in many not given, alum is the principal re- 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville] I Ia.
from to Pablo. Now places nud having now a membership of! dient against mildew, paraffine against
Jacksonville\ battles with the Boers. They have of over 80,000. Nearly 400,000 men and water and corrosive sublimate againstrats Headquarters for-
lie will build a road from Pablo to May- men and money and their men have women victims of opium or drink, or and, roaches. After being treated

port. Jacksonvillians should watch the bravery to back their guns. They both, have gone out cured. The physicians with all these chemicals twenty yards of

el Mayport, for when Mr. Flngler undertakes carry the banner of civilization and claim that of the men who give up the cloth weighs less than one pound Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
tobacco, UO per cent remain cured, whileof more than yards of the cloth ,
to do anything, he will do It the Anglo-Saxon is bound to win. twenty new
those who go out still using it, over fresh from the loom.A .
e', right. Ills recent investment and Improvements This sympathy for the Boers is all oO per cent take again to drink.It tent treated by the above formulaand and Sundries.

will Infuse' new life into right perhaps, but they are behind the is a rather strange fact that of processes was used to house a side-

the metropolis, Pablo. and Mayport; times and are not advanced enough for women who graduate from women's show traveling with a circus eight months "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels
t but if the of those sections do colleges'only 14 per cent marry, while each season for six successive seasons.
; people the in which they live. They exhibit those at short notice.
age graduating from coeducationalIIIhool At the end of that time it was broughtto ., .
not give him a glad welcome; let him white flags and fire on those who 50 I per cent marry. The ratio of Florida and sold to a settler at Miami,

;, rome to Titusville and help us along advance to see what is wanted. They men is nearly the same. Moral: If you who used it as a dwelling one year,

by building some workshops We will fire on the Ked Cross flag and on relief want them together.young people to marry educate when it was burned In a fire which occurred HAMMOND PACKING CO.
in that
appreciate it. city.
parties picking the wounded men.
II. ; The tent has not been tested effectivelyon (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
That sort of people are not in it with
orange trees, because it had not been
Mr. HAY, Secretary of State, in answering the Anglo-Saxon. England was withus THE MOTHER OF OSCEOLA.Editor perfected at the time of the freeze lost OUR SPECIALTIES : .

: a question n?,to' the probable and our place is with England. winter. A sample in an incomplete "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
attitude of the United States in the condition was hastily thrown over a tree,
'' event of coalition Indian River Advocate bu't'thls test was in no respect a fair one. "Coin Special" canned meats.
a European against
';.t' England in connection with the Boer "It is singular thing that with the The pathetic story, now going the This Titusville tent is in now a building being manufacturedat 20x00 feet; "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

c trouble, replied, "England stood between amount of shopping done by women rounds Osceola,of the the mother newspapers of the once, of famous Nancy with two engines-one three-horse "Calumet" leaf lard.

us and Europe during the war they should continue to shop so badly chief and warrior of the Seminole Indians power vapor gasolene engine, the other a Homemade pure lard.

with Spain, and I have an idea that the badly, I mean, in the sense of shoppingwith still living at the age of about 100 three-hor'se power steam engine. The "Peerless"
machines of the latest Improved
sewing aro compound lard
United States would return the com- an absolute lack of system," writes years, on,the government reservation of two-needle therefore all sausagesand
the Florida. Everglades but fast sinking all Packing House Products. Florida Branch
Edward Bok in the November Ladies' seams are, double-stiched. At present : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
nearing the wrinkled from old ,
grave ,
Washington Home Journal. "Here and there we careworn and sorrowful and awaiting two forces are running, one by day, the ,
age -
;; interviewed there on the same subject.In meet a woman to whom God seems to the summons of the dread messengerof other by night, employing. all told, I IthIrtynine

his reply he said/ : "If England required have given a logical mind which she death to go to the happy hunting{ exhibition persons.An of this tent was givenon WILLIAM CLARKE SANITARY PLUMBER.
grounds of the Great Spirit reveals if
i the United States Navy to giver applies to shopping. But as a general true, remarkable instance,, viz: in com-, the /grounds of Stetson University, .....

4 the balance of Europe a lesson to mindS thing the assertion that women paring this statement with well authenticated DeLand, Saturday: October 14th. Although ". .

its own business, the sentiment of this shop with an utter lack of system) is records, which all agree, that Os- about hundred tlm weather u.na..-- unfavorable press Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
spectators were
country would give it to her. I should unfortunately all too easy of proof. ceola was born on the Chattahoochee ent. All seemed to be favorably im Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Ua"t'h Tubs, Water Clos

like to be in command on such an oc- And curiously enough, it is not alone river with in Georgia his mother, In 1801 in 1808, came, and to died Florida at- pressed. Doctor Forbes, the presidentof ets and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

casion." those behind time counter who suffer, Fort Moultrlo, S: C., Jan. 30, 18i3: it the University, was especially Inter descriwtions re-tinned
ested and order ,
at for
once /gave an
for the women themselves make their would appear that Mrs Osceola: became
tents! enough to protect the trees on the
A GLANCE at the financial administration ) shopping doubly hard by their ]lack of I n mother at I the tender ago of l 5 years or University grounds.TI mCIi'U olon and
of the Transvaal interest thereabouts 1 This statement of her age 37 Forsyth St. near Laura Florida
may be of system. The percentages of women must obviously be revised, lengthenedout Citizen. Jacksonville,

r at this time. After the Uitlnnd- who 4'OVt'] toshop"and thoSe> who t "hate nay 12 to 15 years, us I see ho way
ere have to bear a burden of taxation IIh pplng" seem about equal, so far as of having Osceola'a\ blrtlrdare put further "

4'p exceeding $OO per head-nearly $:W," I ('lInmnkl' out. The methods which along the same; length "of time; tho FILTER YOUR WATERAND FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
records are too exact for that.She .
000,000 per annum is raised from fewer both employ] howver,are pretty much
'- : ought now to be clone onto IM:
than 250,000 persons Between 1883 and thesame, the only marked differenceapparently years or more, and I would suggest, as it AVOID DANGER
March 1898 a sum ..of had' being the entire absence of bo item Benedict Pollak & Co. House
$11,900,000 may an interesting for history, .... .. .., .. ........... ......... .. ... Wholesale
K been advanced to of He I ft Is and was unaccounted all method in the one case and the existence that borne member or ollicev of the Society ,

\ for. But perhaps the most of only method in recently tor mud In behalf 'of tho No Store Hotel Boarding House or Res-
very poor Somlnoles, investigate and report the Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh: Netting and Screen
.startling Itl'lIIOlu''rIS! the secret the other. Take a hundred women who facts lu the matter. idence should be without the Anti- Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonadea. Coats Cotton, in all numbers -
+ ,service money Tho secret service fund' go 'for a day's shoptng,' and it Is perfectly It Is further stated that Mrs. Osceola, ; 4lcts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones Special" attention paid to

appears in the current estimates at safe to say that ninety of them or Mother Osceohi, as she Is knownamonA' Germ Water Filter. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly.. We only sell to dealers,
the Seminoles with whom she corporations and hotels. Anything usually)) kept by storekeepers in our line we
$180,000, but even this sum-more than will have not the slightest idea of what lives on their reservatifu was the daughter have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment

the amount of the secret service money they want.", of an Indian chief and Oaceola's rnn
voted in the British imperial estimates father was William; Powell an Ensrllsh BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

trader with the Indians. She Is the heroine '32, 31 30 West JACKSONVILLE FLA.
appears to bo habitually exceeded.In CO-OFKKATIVK: societies seem to be Bay St., ,

1893 $212,520 was spent, and in 1890 paying concerns in England The Old- and beloved oracle of her tribe. -
:She Is noted for her wisdom and generosity -
no less than 059,183.! The general belief ham Co-operative society has recently and her people have been encouraged JOHN R. WALKER

e In England is that the money is celebrated the opening of a new bakery by her wise counsel to bravely sub. ,
largely spent In nnti-Krltish mit to their unhappy fate. Through all Furniture
( propa- n new slaughter house and other
mil In the vicissitudes of her unhappy life she LLqxj1l1 !n Ice Cream Parlor
ga s III Capo Colony and Natal. buildings. Each) of these plants is extensive -
has been
philosophical and reconciled.
and fitted up in the most complete She has seen many trials and disappoint. Millinery\ [II j Soda Water

IN conversation with a prominent manner with modern appliances.] ] meuts. Her only son was ambitious. lie ,

northern> ho made a statement The bakery building includes 17 stalls\ was chief of his tribe, and his name is tr fw "m ..hs' Dry Goods ': Fount and bottles..)
Immortalized In tho history and' traditions < (
to the effect that for the teams. The has s' l ,
, President McKinley society 11,333: of his people, while the history of t
' has but two things to fear in members. Its sales]last year amountedto this country l'ccol'dallls brilliant career Notions II Cigars & Tobacco!

connection with his plans for renomlnatlou $l,320KXi() ), yielding a net profit after and his final grief and the surrender of I Water being clear and sparkling is no etc. '
proof it Is Well or cistern water etc.
his tribe the puts Confectionery
to American
and re-election, namely, defeat in )paying interest on capital] of $218,000. will bo glad to In army.I another. that is full uf typhoid fever and malarial "Star Bundlng." ,
W Ohio or a series of reVt'rtit'sln the Phil It paid out in dividends to purchasers some short give sketchas of communication Os- germs may be perfectly clear, : ("at the old stand")

t" ippines. In either event, especially If $103,51)0.) Oldlmrn is situated near ,, ceola'a life, which, with the exception of la your drinking or cooking water Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive promptand

the Democrats carry Ohio, t there mightbo Uoflulale, the birthplace of modern cooperation his birth, final imprisonment and death, muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse it careful attention yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER
from all earth sand Insects _
or slime
all occurcd In Florida ...
while territory ;
The business of
a strong effort made to stampede these- twomallufllrtll'rlng under the United States Is the water you use bad smelling or
r the Republican convention to Dewey:, cities is largely done BIUNTOX PAINE.: tasting ? Is It too much trouble to clean

To prevent this, the administration by the cooperators.ON Jacksonville, Fla, October 30, 18PU. out the cistern or well as often as should Every Home, School and Office should own11EISTER'STebster's
be? is the drainage from house stable
will undoubtedly do its utmost to elect International Dictionary
or privy dangerously near your water
Nash governor of Ohio. But while Wednesday a wentlute Florida'-\V.r Kxieiiie. supply, so as to make you anxious ? L\TER1'xr1NI ENGLISH, Biography, Geography, Fiction etc. .
the smaller leaders! are predicting a effect, which considerably extendsthe The Have you bad typhoid or malaria in your
of the .
Secretary Treasury, on STANDARD Supra'
D.S AUTHORITY of the U. b. Court all th.su-
walk-over and claiming a majority of jurisdiction of justices' of the Wednesday, issued warrant for IJ.SU: family lately and realized that the water Courts the U, b. Government Priming Office.Supreme and of nearly all Ihe bchooltiou"J

from 60,000 to 100,000 for Nash, Senator peace This new law will create a very In favor of the Governor of Florida, get used a may LITTLE be responsible BROWN for JUG it FILTER? Then other Educator,almost Warmly without commcndc4 number. by State SuperinteDdeDlS \If Schools! ,Cui"!;. l'reil n IS, &

llauna will do considerable hustling material change in the transaction\ of being! the second Installment of the itts low popular price, and
you are
amount 'due the
state for in lKS of
until the election. The Senator recently their courts, and justices of the pence raising troops for the war with expenses Spain. safe.. It will remove Impurities COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch Wads a:1d GI051Uf P&axs( t

said : "Wo have a hard fight on our should familiarize themselves with it, CSp They are very cheap, and will Cwtulary sA

hands, and McLean is making a great Copies of this new session law may be ANY COLOR, CIIEAl than PAINT, asta life-time. When writing for information new,complete book the definil'on1 1arg ',1 of sod the !adequate 5ridKmen .of the;International. It hu..!,abl vocob. Jf
inclose ymologies. Ha. wU in richly
effort to bo elected." cool is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices please stamp. All orders IUuatr.tcd. lu i Is a Horchoun over.j too page
Keep 'and of A, A. Stewart, Esq., Circuit must be accompanied by cash. of valuabla information: .
watch ('omlng.eveuts is the. advice of and particulars on application to
the ADVOCATE "'' Court''' clerk. "TltusvIHe'A Stud,'., 15cents Tuos. 0. WATTS &; Co., For full particulars, apply to the agent, Specimen pager,te.oJ both boo: cntunapp cattoi&. '"

to pay postage. Jacksonville, Fla. CLAUDE 'WALTON, Titusville, Fla, C. Fa C. biEtmAM co.,Pclbhen! SprmgfieM, IK**., U. S.; A.


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T. powell ha-exchanged his home Miss Bessie Houston-Is .FERTILIZERS.

for B. N. Simmons' home In New ill again reported very. 'fi. .

m*. Judge
was In ,
?school has been very fortunate in town, last Saturday. ,

being the kept high away water.from the school The norther, Monday, gave tiS a slight "{ SkFCCIAT:
MJ b1 touch of cold weather PRICES
rejoicing In the prospect ,
reryoneis (J)
vine a good road, which will soon Jail rumored that the hotel, at Sarno, :
opened this
ompleted, running from the countynear winter. TOW :

the river to.the. railroad staiM J. T. Snell has tomatoes '

: Annie Bellows who is teachingthird shipping.week. lIe will begin shipping next .. ? i aea pp le G>@ ccwe. IIi

term of school, here, is doing ?lr. Trntler and Mr. Paddison .
work with her nIne pupils who setting out are r.l
I I strawberry Plants their
very fond of her and much 1 Inter- places.Dr. on .4.11 .oarouzi41. T'a: 'tilisaor.; :

d in their studies. Holmes hihi Price $26.00..GUARANTEED uP- Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to
Faustina, was in town
;its Addle King had a birthday party Sunday, en route Tropic on professional -, ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove'to you we can save you money.
evening. Many friends were presume al call

a from quite a distance. She Molstnr.................................................................. ...... ft to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BOtfE;
with E. E. Mathls, of AmmonIa. .i. ......n.n..... B to A
well remembered lovely rifts; Sunday for Tropic, last Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia................................................. \90 toss BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
ceamg cake were served; al Titusville\ where she will 1I AvatlablelloaphorioAotd.. ... ............>....,' ............................ ft to s ,
they had spent a very pleas- attend school. EqualtoBone1'hoephateof Lime..o............,;...............,.,. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
in saying and they might rotaxhKZO: ....................... ...... .....;................................. ft to a ,
evening, hoed Capt. A. J. Goode has resumed charge Kqual to Sulphate of Potash................ ...i ..... to 10
nd many more in thee of the Ncsbtttl line of steamers, rice Capt. 1IIaJt11e"la,Lime Soila, etc... ........ ....,...;.... ...::::::::::::::::::::::::. be to 60 AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, 8

manner. M. Ramsey, resigned. E-t 53T" Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, IIARDWOOD ASHES,

i las Bellows, from Chattanooga who Mrs. E. A. Hatch and children have 'COTTON SEED! HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.Ploaso .

aching school in LaGrange, visited gone to Stuart to visit Mrs. Hatch's tr Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

neice Miss Annie Bellows, from Frl- father, Mr. Poppleton.Mr H prices. .
afternoon until Sunday afternoon.
|Is her first visit to Florida, but and Mrs. Carson, and family, of
is ie fortunate enough to make her ac- Atlantic, expect to remove to Melbourne, Correspond! with us before being inthicocl to buy from Dealers. Send for

stance hope that she will become so shortly. Recent heavy rains have about

ched to this "Sunny Land" that slip ruined their garden. Pamphlet. .

I return every winter. Gallie Capt.people Nesbitt to carried Melbourne a party Tuesday of Eau LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO Jl1

Stuart. evening on the Silver King, where the ,
Halloween festivities

R. D. were enjoyed. ::raokson villa., Flori: ta. ,
; Hammond, section foreman of'
iss Glass of Newark. 0., has come the r." E. u. R'wh'
y, stationed at Pineda -- ------- ---- -
ire with her brother at Itio.r. has been transferred to the A. & W.

and Mrs Curd Sliroeder 'are visit- branch, with headquarters at Lake Melbourne. Bovine. ORANGE CULTURE IN SOUTH Professional: Cards.

Mrs. Sbroeder's: mother, Mrs S. Helen. BREVARD.

ching at Sebastian. R. Person Paddison arrived here early t1ICoaOR M. Romii.tit. WALTERS.GRAHAM-
Mrs. P. A, McMillan, and children
wing to high winds not so many peo- this week from Lexington, Kentucky, OOODE A OOODE.-Real Estate and Loann.Aeent made a pleasant visit to Bovino tub "Wlint percentage, of grape fruit would LlOU\JlNS'\ GRAHAM,
where and very
> and
he has been !: for 'I:tna London Liverpool .
attended church Sunday. No sail business taking a course in a Globe and Iinix-rlal Fire Insurance. Special week. .011 plantl" I believe:" 2pOI': cent grape.ruit
Is went on the river. college He will resume chargeof attention paid to the Interests of non reel and 75: per c<>nt. oranges, with a ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
the lumber yard of G. F. Paddisou. dents. The lloatlng,: islands go with the wind few lemons kumquats and the bettor

as. Winters has been bringing us fine, The bird law was Wednesday until they lodge on prairie or trees neiu urado of lime, Is ahuut right. NUllo of OFFICK IIouus:-From 10 to 12! a., nand ,.,

,h pork twice a week lately, which is quail are plentiful up andas :p" Subscriptions) for tho ADVOCATE, the marsh. us being gifted with prophetic power, :2to4p.m.
appreciated by us.all. hereabouts the the pink of the East Coast will\ be
sportsmen have their fowling pieces paper Mr. Houston Is making some very wo can vonly reason from probabilities. TITUSVILLK, Brovard Co., Florida.
!iS8 May Hitching and little Miss Jeady. High water in the back country received at the Melbourne Postofllco. pretty pickets from the logs brought There Is tin undoubted growth h In the ('. O. UOX.IUH.

via are spending some weeks with bas driven the birds in close to town. from Jane Green public taste for grape fruit; nt the aamuit Will). tiraotloo' In all the courts-state and fed

uncle, B. Kitching, our postmaster. Postmaster W. W. Ooodo is having his Is more th6 fruit of the rich or the era Hperlal\ facilities, for examining and perfectIng -
J. Maxwell Randall, of Boston, arrived building painted. The Bovine and Savage mall go by' faddists, and the markuU could bo much lain) title,
'be Snyder house-boat has been lying here Monday, being the first of our postoflice boat; about thirteen miles of water between more readily oversupplied than by oranges -
onr dock several days, where it is regular winter visitors to arrive. Ho isa Messrs.! Frank Fee and L. D. Lockwood tho two post ofllcos. which are oaten by everybody

lerpoiug a thorough overhauling, guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. R. Hodgson. visited Orlando this week :Some planters In our vicinity are puttingIn Dlt UOUOI1TON'SFLOA'rINU
Miss Jessie :McMillan: has endeared
skillful direction
tier the of Mr. Dan- Ir.
horse was recently thrown from a }fr. Boone is hero with a force of men herself to both patrons and pupils as a ono-half grapefruit, but the majority
th.he ho and sustained a shock from which repairing damage done to the railroad. good teacher of our school too content with -( Only tho DENTAL Al'AHTMENTS.on
work of shedding goes vigorously has not yet fully recovered. future can tell whoso judgment/ U best.

Most of us have been delayed in Thomas Chalice's pretty residence! on Cox Brothers took a cow belonging to In conclusion, tho writer would Hay the (Denton)

ting material fast enough. The fol- -Have :jau paid your subscription ? the river bluff, Is being painted by Mr. Cab Plaits, off a floating drift last Saturday that ho In more than over Hiitlsllod that
ing is a list of those on St. Lucie If not p'ease do so. Mossman. dive miles from land and towed' south Brovard is the place for citrus Now at Palm Beach.

ar: who are shedding from one to ten Capt. Alex J. Goode loft hero, for Eau her ashore. They found 28 head dead fruits, and that from every standpoint

res: 0. K. Wood, Eaton & McGinnis, Little Brown Jug Water Filters $1.25: Gallic last Tuesday evening to run the around tho same drift. of expediency and conversation the 1TV L. GAULDEN,

Capron Messrs. liars, Kruger, tVlthI and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent.Sebastian. steamer, Silver King this season, on the people of that region should diversifymore .
I, Robert Charles and George Mc- Indian and Banana rivers. IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and and he is glad to say that they ale ATTO[RNE Y-AT-IJV.W,

erson, Henry and Otto Stypman Dyer so doing
durable. and
Geller S. F. Gibbs had the misfortune to runa Quickly easily put on. Tho industry, In the territory Will practice In all the Court of the Stato-
Gosling Dr. and Carl orango
Haney .
has 01 and the United Stator Courts.
his foot which
nail into kept
d the Glass Brothers. About twenty- rusty Jacksonville Fla. from Sobastaln river southward through
a other planters say they will trust and him under the doctor's care for the past the country, Is attracting attention and l.ll llox,23a.: TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Providence" and palmetto leaves Wm. Braddock has sold his sloop, few days. We hope he will\ soon bo up. Is forging ahead in fine stile. All the Money to Loan. id

grass for one year more. Some of Yellow Kid, to parties at Wabasso. ? E. L. Branch and J. II. Phillips have Fort Pierce. conditions are right and safe, and there

ese are our largest and best growers. Pompano are had their New Haven avenue houses Is still a good supply of reasonably cheap GOLDSMITH:: ,
beginning to run, Mr. land In tho host of locations tho M.
Church caught a few tine ones this treated to fresh paint;.nothing Improves. along
than neat clean looking The first cool of the season Tues Florida East Coust Railway
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for week. a more snap ,
any .
printing you need.] buildings and well kept grounds, and day. The writer realizes that a host of details A "1't)1tNEY-AT.LAIV,
Mrs. Curd Schroeder returned to her Melbourne knows this well. must necessarily be omitted from a
home at Stuart Friday, after spending a County Surveyor. Fries was In town short letter, but Is always willing to answer Tltusvillo
Georgiana. week here. Mr. and Mrs E. S. Bender, of New Monday. all\ Inquiries about lands, locations

York, arrived In Melbourne, last Wed- Mr. Krogan; and family moved hero and all\ topics connected with tho !growing
Fritz has
finished painting Rev. W. A. necday evening! and are guests of Hotel from St. Lucia Saturday.A of citrus fruits. While bin time Is WEBB,
Peter' Wittfeld went to Titusville\ Lowder's residence, which adds greatly Carleton, whore they spent pleasant too much occupied to spend It on Idle 14.J.

day, on important business, returning to its appearance. winter two years ago. Their many Melbourne \ fine launch arrived on Sunday's Inquiries, tho Intending settler, homo-

urday. The yacht Ladye Agnes rode out the friends are delighted to have freight, for Senator Quay, of St. Lucle. seeker or Investor will bo suro of full A TTOnNEY.A T.J.A W,

F, W. Munson's Sunday school class gale like a queen tugging at three mud- these pleasant people here again. The Masons held a meeting Friday and courteous attention from as reliable Will practice In tho Courts of the 7th

re him a birthday surprise party Mon- hooks, with plenty of cable. The Halloween party at Hotel Carleton evening. Quite a number are joining and conservative\ a standpoint as ton Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents
to be thorn years of successful experience and special and rents and accounts collected.
evening John last Tuesday night, proved a
Capt. Houston
of Eau Gallie
study and observation can make It. The
and there lots of fun .
tin. Owen and Mr. Hall went to Lotus was in town this week. The captain grand success, After was tho ball I Dr. C; P. Plaits' family left last week suggestion will be pardoned that stamps Tltusvillo, Florida.
for old and ; was
day brought down a new fish boat for It. A. young. I. for Melbourne Beach to few
on a shopping expedition. Mrs. spend a be enclosed to cover postage on printed
had the usual fun mov-
Hardee over, our boys
IIeo also went to see Mrs. Flora Witt- & Co. barrels chairs and. weeks. matter that may be on hand for distribu T O. FRIES, C. E.
ing signs,: carriages,
Id, Saturday. Jas. A. Hudson Is building a picket all movable kinds of ,goods: from one Astor Sumnierlln arrived home last tion. The writer has tho developmentand COUNTY SUltVI:YOH.

Dr.> Holmes came down, Thursday, to fence around his vegetable garden, whichis place of business to another; of course week with his bride. Wo wish them along welfare of tho entire East Coast
8 Mrs. Flora Wittfeld who is quite guaranteed to to turn hogs, razor- they had a fine time. life of prosperity and happiness deeply at heart, and will gladly assist In Land legallysurvoyod and sub-divided.[
ck backs alligators doing his share In bringing his section
at her etc.
"iial doctor mother's Mrs..Rlack. The The engagement of Miss Lillian A. Chas. Edwards loft us Monday' for of tho country to tho knowledge of those Mapping neatly done. Estimates for
took lunch Friday with J. I Robertson and Mr John Ferguson, of Waveland to enter Into the gardening who and
Brunei'.and wife and went acrossriver USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SIIIXGLE[ may boVeeklng light on orange all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed -
is announced. business.
Kentucky Wo wish
I Covington, you great success, grapefruit culture.
Je at with Mr. Werning in the mail- Stains-the best known wood preservative I Mr. Ferguson is a brother of Mrs. W. C. Charlie. C. T. McGAitTY, Hues a specialty .

Tuos. c. WATTS & Co., Barnes, and has spent some time In Mel Ankona, Indian River, Fla. TITUHVILLK, Drovard Co., .. FLORIDA..
)Monday noon during the heavy wind bourne for several winters. Miss Robertson

haw. Werning had the misfortune to is one of Melbourne's brightest! Lotus. IIRIlIJw".n In TltunvlllB.

innsly gpraln his wrist, just as he was Banyan. society gems; boing young lady who GEORGE W. ALLEN,
mlng' in the boat lo the mail has always been most willing to do her
carry Kllldears In Hocks This old-tlmo celebration of tho lintlab
are seen large now
tlie had to row across the river part In musical, literature and churchwork
oil In Tltusvlllo
as cold weather approaches. punned very quietly ATTO ItNE -AT-LAW,
Itb i one hand, which was a hard thing Bnan planting goes steadily on. ; at present she 18 president of the on Tuesday night/ Some: of the boys, as
+du, but he nude the trip on time, Melbourne\ Literary Society The mar- A norther came down on us Monday. usual, together and carried on some Key West, Florida.
The yacht, Dream is kept pretty busy will\ tako In December. Their pit( .
rlage"; place which mado the air pleasant
Saturday> very of their 'pranks, by painting various Will In the
afternoon, Methanes Black- these days hauling fertilizer host of friends wlsltthetn a lifo of luipplniss. practice United States-
an, Smith, Wagner, Wethey and her A. N. Tyler his: completed tho workhouse word on the store windows, moving old and Stato Court OjunOi):
wo children Lucile and Jloy took acalls Wednesday win quail day and some of and It U ready for occupancy empty bones, signs. etc.
the boys were after them on the west ------ !
awnt diive and several .
I Ira Blackman, made side. -If you are in search of bargains, C. B. Singleton and John Chalker are p ALPH E. SMITH, M. D.
The Gem Jliu-ltcr
stopoing at Mrs Hughe Shop
his the road tho ADVOCATE columns carefully., mowing I.. 1>. Hancock's grove this
rest of the went to Wedding bells .
party on were ringing at Bahia week.
all| on Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. A. L. Bru- Wednesday All about it in next week's Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving Shampooing PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
er, Hum! returned and E. R. Provost made to Cocoa / -
spent a pleasant pink trip on
paper. Rockledge. Porcelain BAth Tuba with In Gonlto
our wIth the etc., Specialist Urinary Rectal
"Uncle and Auntie Hughes." Silver King, Tuesday to consult Dr. I
Batliw :
Electrical attached.
Manes Ray Otwell braved the gale on Mondayand Hughlett. Everything I>laealle..
Flcda and Belle Blackman brought the McMillan family safelyover up-to-dato. I K. STKIMIAUMEK, Prop.!
;lufDPII Wednesday; Mrs. Blackman the river. They had Imeu visitingat C. E. Cook returned, Sunday, from Or- A few orange aro coloring up, which ua) West Bay St Jacksonville 1-27 Forsyth Street..

lapped in Cocoa one night and came Bovine mond, where he ban been for some weeks reminds us that winter will\ soon bo heroIn JACKSONVILLE .
"n i,0ni the steamer, Thursday. They employed at carpenter work.T. earnest. '1'o'1'hu Deaf FLOIUDA..
ve Rev Mr. Lane preached a plain and '
lunmier,a very pleasant visit during forcible sermon at the school house on G. Ronald came up from Lotus in Quite a show was witnessed here f ..

B Sew York with friends and relatives Monday night; three applicants for membership the Spartan last Tuesday, and returned MondaYL when the people could stami A rich lady, cured of her deafnens anelnullius ryi.:: u. H. I'I ETE,
They are visiting Mrs. Wednesday in hU fine yacht the KaddlodyAddledy. .. of lianan.v river and
nude' Wagner and were received, viz: Mr. and Mrs. seethe In tho head by Dr., Nicholson's
') 7 time, as they, do not will want remain to go for on K. C. Creech and Miss Florry Creech. breakers on the ocean, four miles Artificial Ear Drums, gave 110,000 to him EYE; EAR, NOSE and THROAT. .

weir home In Miami John and Fred Bryan arrived here last distant. Institute HO that deaf people unablo to
until the yellow Some body the steamer Courtonay .. COS
says Cherry Street
;te'h;: all a thing of the past at thatera. with Capt. McIntyre in command, will week having/ driven down from their procure the Ear Drums may have them
Please mention the ADVOOATK when free Address No 1131& The Institute
Georgia home. They will spend some ,
soon be on her old run again, but how Ga.
writing advertisers 780!( Eighth Avenue Now York N. Y. .
time at their place in Coquina. ,
the does not aaYi'
Alice Barnett and two of her soon, report ; anywaywe

b w i left here last Thursday, and stopped hope its so. Miss Maude Hardee came up from McL. DANCY, D. D. L.
hat :MfiHter'H Sale.
'eci\\night i at Daytona, with her son, Lotus, Saturday, but on account of the r1-"h(,, IJrvwe1t'yIll : VVbI.i
on to Jacksonville stormy weather did not return In time -
y ? next day,
Ir.' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bahia.Mrs. for her school on Monday UNDERANB7 VIKTUE OP A DECREE ( ) West Tray St .InckKoiivlllo, Graduate of Philadelphia College of
r'iaache Hall. mile iHHtmd out of the Surgeon class 1372. Perfect
:hwsxi They expected to leave Quite a numberof our winter residentsare Circuit Court for Jlrevard Count, Florida, FINK operations
' tolundVl Hob going l to Pidcock, Naylor, of Bonaventure, spent a expected thin week. People aro un In a cause thnreln pemlinK, wherein John J. promised Hazoltlne Block, corner Bay

'Uhi.ive with his uncle, Dana Hiscock; few days of this week here. usually late corning down this year, the KUnuery uMim L.,Everett I Is: plaintiff hi,*awl wire Prank| Marian II,Everett E. !tiu and ell Wines Liquors and Cigars and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ROBERT .

Vb going on with his mother to is to yellow fever, at Miami, having made and Alfred Kimiwll', her huehsnd'/Ere defendant. -
iant to spend the winter with her W. W. Otwell preparing plant them some what shy. 1 will tell at public auction In front of the Court
'IfcitA with I the hope that a change of vegetables on the Island. Home door,at TltimvllUt Florida during the Anheuser-Biuch Extra Pale on Draught McOARREL, ,
will\ restore Miss Ella Singleton came In on laatSaturday' local bourn of tale upon the Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally :
l';'a. .been her to health. She: The yacht Dream of Banyan, was on ITIIUT MO\I: >AY IN UfcXT.MIlKH: A. I). 1890, .i
but left
train for
ailCuc sick at her fatber' -.\. V. this side with a party this week. Sunday, The best of Service and a pleasant quiet CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
k and best bidder for h. the
to the ca
Jensen, where she will have charge of unbent aesort.JOIN F, MUNCH, Mgr.
li> summer, having come from following dellCrl"e.1| real estate of the defend. 1
! rklonville Miss Willie Otwell returned to her school. Charles Singleton Churches Steam tone works.
to this place sick several the public accompanied anti situated In 1 1 re yard county Florida.towit. M J specialty.
I"unth 8 ago school at nonaventu*last Sunday, afteran hi* ulster here, but returnee) All of the HKK of the NIC'4! :, a J all of the nyt of '
absence of several weeks to Ormond, Sunday. the NK4!: "' the NEB: sad also the NK of the P. L. CONCORD AND PJIITCilAKD STS.,
NI\\:\% of ibe lit\\(. excepting a piirtel of ft acres ,
I h; Jensen. The Metiers. McMillan, Hopkins and Quite a crowd of ladies witnessed the upon which H. W. Jennings bold a bond for Cium.ESTo.v, So. CA.
dnscrllied as follows: Commeuclnir 19 rod
J.t'adbetter were pleasant callers on this gun shoot, last Friday, but It was found west title of the section line on the bank of Taylor's Feed and Sale Stables. _
I side last Sunday afternoon that they had 4 bad effect on the boys- Creek running noutbfi'JA feet;I. thene wist 420: : Livery, .
"CuitkMi': and Mrs Andrew Green, the shooting/ not being quite up to the feet) thence north to Taylor's reek, following gTEPHEN E. FOSTER,
:ab0 \( u C, a Edge Oscar Hammond, who has proven his the meandering of said crek.to the jxjlut of be-
Green medals retained
iJth boy ? The
were by
aPa this section for the past average. ginning I have some of the finest horsed and
efficiency on J
i ik14 Edmund Simmons and J, M. Sander And 8 acres sold to W. II. Harbin' described as ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
I four is now golnjr to leave us for a in ,
Ella years follows; Commencing where the section line carriage this section of the country
?tbJie Singleton1aC'j: ) r of our new field of labor The name of his James Dickaon,,whq died a few days between Sections a and 4 crOtllleA 'fay lor'. creek Rooms 420 and -123 Gardner Building, '*
: fQr school has arrived and opened successor has not been learned. since, at Miami from yellow fever, wan and running from south hank of said creek 4'::1 Call and see me. Reasonable rates. :
, businesssu rods south, thence west 16 rod, thence north to JACKSONVILLE, }'LA.l'leaso .
-I formerly a resident of Rockledge, and he said Taylor's creek then along said creek to the
I Stark, of Calabar. Is ber '_ Bo want to buy or sell propertyon has many friends here who hear of his point Clf beginning contalnluii, less the eic |i- P. L. Turbyfill, ,. .. \
&lIr! lions MS In Section 4, townMaster.
noted above acres -
death with deep regret. )
** that',0' *' Malabar' Stark Indian River ? If you do, write the U felt for his wife and children sympathy In .hlp 115, south Range 40 V.aeC. Wayncivllle, North Carolina. wrlto us whenever. you fall to-
*ilboat trip from alone In a Indian River Iteal Estate Agency, Titus- JOllY 1E.NRY the ADVOCATE.
ville, Fla. See page 4. their bereavement. $peclsl 8jan .

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OLOR and flavor of fruits, YANKEE AN"D"FILIPINO. I :Florida 'Central & Peninsular
c ELA i RiiTlm.
size and
quality appearance The native Filipino Lae the reputa

; of vegetables tion of being the, shrewdest amon theAsmatlo .+ e ..
tacefc Like' the Pence, be 1. x Table'IB Effect Jan 11, 1899.
'1 weight dnd plumpness of grain, known M the Yankee of the orient.

He loaf no opportunltj.to trlmvnp his
are all produced by Potash.Potash t brother whenever ..... r ., ..1 .

the opportunity p/eseated" t, but h "t g X AID, ,1fi"/ NORTJmRl'f I'OL'n'S. S j N 0 g !oJJ If R h

the Artcrlca-n' L-eg'dhd; pAriiealarly 4ii ,1 = L.1 II. -' =I !
he of the Pennsylvania breed .usual O3Oa I flip Lv TltnsvUle FEC Ar. 80 0p -
" \I 4 a ?.... l120p Lv. Bt. Augustine Ar ?.... losoa
ly gave him a Roland for his Oliver. SOp ..... 82Oa. .... T 41)) Lv..Jacksonville..,Ar ..... 900.I,
: When the Pennsylvanians left Ban j/7 ..1.b 5200p tooa ...... e2aP: Lv..Ynlee. ....ArAr..Fernandina..Lv ...... .8iaa730a .,. 8M If COp Sty.
Francisco ticlr cwar IllSOp :':::: 1136& ...... liMp .*...* .. .:.. P .l ...
on way fo the. Pblllppfn'cB :::::: HOp ...... 108(1a ...... liMp Ar..Everett..Ar ...,.. 650a .. 81 P t ..:
} properly combined''' with Ph'osph'oric'Acid the Red Cross society gave each ygyoi .... ...... .... ii 85a ..... .... Ar..Brunswick..LtAr..Savannah. ...... B30a .. ... &I lop i .
one of them an aluminium badge the G ....:: .... ... :. 1227p ;...... 11 ...L? ...... 6411& ...... 3-400j1 ....... _-
... .,.... lloop 12Mp ...... 1169a Ly..Bavannah..Ar ...,,. sues .. ..
Site- ?: and Nitrogen, and size and shape of an American quar .".,.... ...... l133p 220p..... IMaAr...Fairfax*C..LT ,t...,. BOOa308a U45a12Mp 12 ...". .. ...
ter, bearing the name of hlA'rettment. ...... .....1030p Sotp ...... 242a ..DenmarkSO ...... 310a121nx ".
,: lilJerally applied will improve ...,.. ...,.. ...... II ...... II MIl" ..Augu ta, G*? ...r., .... ...; ..
his company and hIe'company number. ..... ...... .....'. 4 36p ...... 4 805 ": Columbia,S. O ...... 1'21. ...... lOa 112na.. ..:: ...
soil and increase yielc I Shortly after their arrival In Afanlli ; :..... ...... ...... .. ... ......11 f1SpartMburg: .0".. ...:.. BOOp20Bp ...... : ,.... .,
every .. ...... ..... ...... ..... AsherlUe N C. eeeee.. ..... .
the officersof some of the companies lf .".!..'.. ...... .....: 8top ...... 900$ Calott'NC.: .i eeee. 1020p720p ...... ?
and quality of any crop."Writ found these Identification badges In t 1O .. ...... ,.....lolop....., 1047. Salisbury I N.C. ....... 8Up..... 815x.... ""
( / ..:.:: ...... ...... 1127p .,. 1210p :Greensboro. N. C ...... ..... ..
, merchants 63ox...
hands ..
whifbteU the of Filipino upon ...... ...... ..,..1236& ....,,. 130p Danviile'Pa. to' .....607p ...... 4111& .. .
and get Free our pamphlets, whom the Penn 1Jvan14ns had Imposed '.' ...... ...... :.. .. lleoa ...... 82 p .to Richmond,Va. .i" .. .... 1200n3Mp .... .. l ;". ....
bow ,to buy and use fertilizers with ,..... ...... ...... ...... 825p : Lynchburg,V*. .... .. ::::
freatcit and them as quarter dollars In return ............. ...... == ...... .629p ,. CnarlottetTille, :'':::: .21Sp942a ... ...:>
economy profit. for articles of barter. ...... ...... ...... 7Ma .....: 1I0lip II Washington ... ... 111ba ...... ... .. ..
.. .. ..,... II Baltimore '' ..... .. iifoKsf ... .
Another trick of the Yankee soldier ...... ... .... 912& 1125p ... ....
OEJVUN KALI WOWC5, ...... ...... ...... liMa 2116 II Philadelphia ...... 720a121fia .. ... ...
91.NMH SC, New.York. was to take a new, copper penny the edges' of it with a file, polish the Tri= .....?. ...... .. .... 90013 ... .. Soap .!.... "n......" ...... lOOp .?.. ;;..:' .....

coin till it shone lice gold and then S e Wtelly Sailings 820& ...... .. ..... 141ip Lv .Jack onYllle. Ar ...... ...... ......
CURTAIN RAISERS. It the 1030& ., .... ..,..: ... liMp Ar;... Everett..... Lv ...:.. ...... .... .. fly 1
I I. pass upon guileless and unsusplclouij ...... ...... .;:.;t.. 1I0Iia .... Atlanta.... ............. ...... Il1r4 i
natives as a $5 goldplece. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; and NEW YORl{ 440p................ ....... .25a ..Chattanooga.. '. ......... ... ... ..
1 "Fnhrman Honschel" was acted The 'gullibility of the native In this .;............. ........ 1'.1Op .Cincinnati.. .. .. ,u.... :...... i.410p. I.
;, more than 70 times last season in Ber .
lin. regard led some of the men to write (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 11:35 a. m.
home for samples of Confederate scrip For New Orleans, trail leaves Jacksonville 9:20. a. m." with through!: ]
London received De Wolf Hopper's1 which, when duly received, were put Finest riving New Orleans 7:40: a. m. Ouly through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from eleepeq bow
; The Steamships in the Coastwise! Service &
t' humor with some reserve.! He Is not In circulation among the yellow packets leans 7 S9 p. m. BLEEPING_ CAR SERVICE.

enough like Dan Lena as bona Ode American greenbacks, Nos.35 and 36 Fast 1\lall. Sleepers between New York and 'Jacksonville- and the cinrh
4; Lottie Collins has lately returned tot the natives willingly accepting them as The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.Direct Sleeper via Asheville. *
stage in London. She has been in standard rmni r money of the United .. Nos.33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection ,
--- ------ service:: Between 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. '
retirement since her attempted suicide. States.-Philadelphia: Press. No.36 carries Cincinnati,Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atiinti.
Hamilton Revello will take the lending all Points Chattanooga; and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
Jacksonville Boston Providence and Eastern
All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city H*
T male character in Clyde Fitch's Green Corn In rarl.. office,202 Hogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office. "
{ Julian Ralph tells of his delight In (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) L. A.SHIPMAN, A. O. P.A. F.C.WRIGHT, DIs.Pass.Agt., 202 W fot t

finding green corn In Europe. In the .SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: A..O. MacDONELL,, Gen. Pass Ana&.

:Manager Fielding has course of of extensive Southbound............................. ..... .... ........ .... from Lewis Wharf, Boston
engaged a new many years Northbound........................... ................. from t..oot of Hogan Street, Jack onTil1eClyde's
English actor for the part of the hero travel on the continent be had never

of "A Grip of Steel" to replace Henry seen an ear. lIe recently stopped at a Johns -
River Line.
: Bedford. hotel In, Paris and met a porter In the St. '

y May Irwin will appear this season in hall carrying a basket of genuine e BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
a new comedy, "A Busy Woman," by American green corn. "Green corn!"
the St.John'River
Jacksonville,Palatka, Hartford;Enterprise;Fla.and intermediate landings on
Harry B. Smith, his first effort outside. he shouted. "Is It possible that this I* STEAMERi

of comic opera, barring "The Scarecrow what I see?" "Yes. monsieur," said Nb4SRRailway;

," which Vas a production not Mme. Brunei, the wife of the proprietor MUKOHISON,

:. long before the public. "It Is veritably the green corn of CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
Leave Jacksonville 6:00 1". m.,Tuesdays and Saturday.
America. We It
Charles Ellis : grow upon our farm.
for Mme.
!, manager Leave l tf an ford B KX) a. m., Mondays and Thurs:iay..
Melba, announces that the Australian So, many of our gnests.are Americansand

' R song bird will not be heard in the United BO fond are f'vy of this peculiar Gen'! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

States the coming season. She will fill food that we 1111"I'n It to be to our W. H.. W AR URTON. T, P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, Fla. PaK Art.( ,
a neglected European engagements and advantage to mil\, ur them {this singu B Howline!!: Green,New York. | 204 West Bay St..Jacksonville, Fla. NORTH EAST WEST.
k have South American lar product In our llelds In the country C. P. LOVELL, A.st.Fla. Snpt.. I j JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. ,
a season. Jacksonville Fla. | Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
The players and singers especially "I took Mme.: Brunei's hand, TIIEO. O. KOKK T. M., 6 Bowling Green, New York.

1,: 'selected to form the Boston Serenaders said Mr. Ralph "and pressed It. 1 raised WM. P LYDE A CO., General Agents( .

t .of Boston include R. E. Graham Albert I my hand as one does who bestows 5 Howling Grflen.New York Ii So.' Delaware Ave.. Philadelphia THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING. *BOOK CABS, THOROUGHFA&l

N; t'' Mnhr: George Mack Edward Eagleton, a benediction.' '(} ,
dame. said 1. with such evident
'Henry Ounson, J., K. Adams Miss piety
that she could not take offense. 'You Florida East Coast
,Anna ChriHtenscn, Miss Louise Quin- Ry.
ten, Mies! Pauline Train and other well are the most magnificent and' the most NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

t .known'talent. wonderful woman In I'rance. TIME TABLE. NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 19. 1899. via Through Vatlbuled Drawing'Room without between Tampa Md Fat t.
JacksonvUie. Savannah and Columbia; oluuar"
New Italian, operoa to be producedthis
season are "Mater Doloroso" and Bottle Neck Plated With Gold. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
The life of the tlmuipagne manufacturer
'"Anna Michailoff" by Giuseppe Or- Is made miserable! by the leakageIn :111' NoM No 18 Pullman.
TATIONS. Drawing-Room Buffet
na'7 Sleeping Oar between JaokaonvllleandNewT4
vsini ; "La Serenata, ,by Enrico de the cellars and the leakage of the Ez.n Da1l1 DailT Ex .. via Savannah and Columbia.

; Leva } 'Carlo da Ramini," by Sebastinlj French "r'ii Leay..............,....,.,... JackllODTille ......................... rrhe TiI P i l1i.:
"Della Imperio Paolo Dotti gas from the bottles. A scIentist 1m 10 00a Arn"........................ St..Al1guatiDe .......................LeaT. 62Op: 946. Embracing Charlottesvllle
by ; has devised a plan for obviatingthe 10 Boa Leave....................... St.Augu.tin :......................Arnve 615p 54O. Lynchburg, ,
ft "Vendetttt-Llngnrecca, by Raimondo latter which Is 11 lOa ................... .. ...... Baetingi.. ... .................,....LeaTe l186p 904a, Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia
Mantilla; "I Pelligrini dl Marostica dliBculty simple {II7P_ IfM rl1ye. ... .. ..... .... ... ... alatka ...... .... .. .. ......Leave 60pUOOalAave.
y; by Vitorio Pilotto; "Carnavale," by and If not expensive It might be put _. P"IAlka.. .. .... ... ..... .. .. ... ..Arrive ""P 10. Pallman RDrawing-]lcom Sleeping Car to Macon, Atlanta Chattaaoof lU

Giuseppe Cabana. Into practical use with advantage. .!!I!.. Arriv....... .... .... ...... .... ElaD Mateo. .. .. ..... .. ........Leay. ...... ... OIA '
lIe covers the cork and the neck of ...... '1008 Leave ...... ..... ,. .. .. ......San Mateo ... ........ ... . .....ArriTe :::-:::
r the bottle with a layer of copper deposited Iii lilac.X-v... ........................ East Palat1 .....,..................L .v. 6': 848a Through. Pullman Sleeping Cars to
THE GLASS OF FASHION. 7 48p 12Wp ....:..................... 713.
electrically. The bottle Is coated IOSp ............. .............. .Da7tona: ........ ................ 886p"01. Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
with black lead or zinc powder and I66P 118p H ................ .......Pon Orang.... ........... .. .... 8)6p: 11111.
Heavy chenille fringes finish the ends S 2ep 1 Mp H .... New Smyrna .... .. to 8011p 6 OOa
then placed in a bath and plated. Aft .. p!., ." ..1..111.11.. ...... ... .... .1..11..1.. .. "LAND "
........" ... Oak Hill .. .. .,.. ....... 222p OF THE SKY.
of elaborate black neck ruffles. er It has been coppered there will be no tuoP !ar ......................... 'l'1tUllvUle ................11............ 14ln) Y Boa
Narrow-- ties of white- grosgrain ribbon In base ...... 8 Bop ......................... ......................;;. 115p ...... Daily iamlt Trains For
difficulty plating on a copper ...". a88p ............"............a&poiD';; ........................ 1 alp .... Cinolxnati Ersr.tt.
two or three inches wide have pointed with either gold or silver. ...... 841p H ........................Rocklodee..,..................... .. 104 ....
p ...... H ......................... ... "
ends with lace insertion and edging. 412p Eau Gallie .... ............... 12 33p ....Z
t Probably champagne bottles wouldbe ...... 4 rip M ........................Melbourne ......................... 12 2/p ...... J'w .et.1led information as to rates. eoheduiee. sleeping oar reservations, eta.f1)M
Buckles are an important feature of the only bottles which could be ...... 457p .......................... Ro eland .......................... H 1148. ...... ,.7 .eat ot the SOV2Bm&lI B4ILW4T er Ie. ooanectlU&.j
...... Ship ........................" Sebastian "........................ 11 .. ...
r;; fall trimmings and dress accessories treated In this way owing to the expense ...... 55' .......................... St. Lucie .......................... .. to 66 ...... .
; :.Those of cut steel me especially popular. but If It could be cheapened I It ...... elSp H ......................... Fort PIerce ........................ .. 10Iha...... R W. HUNT, Florida Pass.
would 641P ............ .......... .....Eden .... ........................ H loose Agt, 313 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Ph.d. .
tr. The violet shades hold their own. undoubtedly have many other piss 646p. ....... JenllllD........ .................. HH 3000.-a K. OULP. W. A. TURK S. H HABDWHH,
L .Rose pink is used for combination. uses.-Scientific American.A I09 N3p ..."......... ...........Stuart ....................... H 950.ai Manaret ,
ft y26p : .....t1................. Hobe Sound........................ ., 91o. D.ily WWa.hingtou, u. 0. Qen. P&88. Agt.J.. .Aut. BeD. Pa. .ir\.
There will of course be new shades z TbRp ........................ WestJupiter,....................... H sore Exsi18 WuhtJaiton. u. 0. A IoIIt.-
' ;f'' shown as the season advances. Clever Terrier.. .. .............. .....Wlist Palm Beach ...........;......... i April 10, 1899.MALLOEY.
Among'bI1tt.ons A wonderful fox terrier 691ro .................. ........BoyDtGn........ .................. i848p
the ones most called very belongsto H ............ ............... Delray............... ............ 767.987p .
for are of jet steel, pearl crystal and a young man whose residence in H ..................... Fort Lauderdale ................,..... 407.
._a tO5)p ........ .... ........ Lemou OltT............ ............ 624.
enamel. The medallion and cameo buttons -,. tfanayunk Is on the crag that used tobe 10 AlTtv.+......;........ ............ Miami.. ....... ................. e 1s.
g are being used to some extent. called the "Hat Shop," but that nows BETWEEN _(KW SIYRNA AND RA 'R ( 1 0 STEAMSHIP LINE.

l Gray is used as a body color to a more romantically termed "Sunnl- PbRi STATIONS. a o.

groat extent. A neutral shade for Per- rliffe." Long flights of wooden steps' ..1io1 v........... .............. ew Smyrna...,...........,........... D T80gS5Up11cis
sian effects by means applique, finds.a lead up to Sunnlcllffe, because the ascent .................. ......... I/Op Florida, New York,
/ 11 Boa Orange City.-..... 1200n 424P
cordial 'reception from well dressed except In one place, Is too steepto 1146. Ar.., .. ..than Olt Junetloa.. 11 / Philadelphia and Boston,

women. admit of roads or paths. On these rain.between New tltn n an Orange City unet on Daily.xo pt w y.BKTWiskM From Brunswick(direct), to New York.

Velvet.belts and plain stocks of black steps the dog performs the most captivating 't'1TU. VILLI6 A D $ANFnl21). PASSENGER SERVICE.To .

' t velvet have large steel buckles in front. of Its Innumerable tricks It e. STATIONS.tOOLT a make connections with steamers, leave Jackeonrl

No one has yet learned why a woman walks down the steps on Its hind legs I .....".......n..n..un.........MTltuiriU.................................Ar p on Thursdays at 8 20 a. m., via Fernandina and "GOVp Baffori
carrying in Its fore paws an ear of corn f IS*) ". .......................................Mini. .......................................Lv 112t (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 8:30: n MI"F.f
a t: wishes to give herself the appearance of IIS*] .<.................................., Ooteen...................._.............. 11 7118C. route. Or, via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 8:-JO. ro. ( i
being. in.harness.: hat It chews with sober contentment. 8 Wnl ............................... '-Kiiterprii: *.................._.............. & P.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Passenger taking P
The picture is a striking one--the great .Oil. M ............................ .EnUrprto Junction.: ..........._................... 11 }tla per aboard steamer that night.
A tone of robin's blue has ... ... ..,. ..... ... .... "
light egg lIOa Ar. ., ..tA;... ....... .. .r.. ..Sanford.. ... ., ., 1100*
light of steps, running hundreds of ..
become popular.. There is a possibility up All train? between Tltunvill and Sanford Dolly except' Sunda,. PROPOSED SAILINGS
feet, and down them the .
dog coming
that the colors this fall and winter will
( be in lighter shades than, those usually slowly erect like a man and eating the KEY WEST AND HAVANA. L?.New York Pier M E.: R., HJOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. BrunBwieij

from the cob like Philadelphia Friday, Sept 23. ( ,,Frlday.Ort.
corn a man.- LAMPA8A8 ..,. : ;
adopted for the winter season. Record. tlb* steamers ot theFlorkl. Eut Cto*''t Steamship Company are ftiwulatxl to aull ..followi Friday, Oct. 6 COLORADO:.............;,..."Friday, .J
i The woman who knows has ripped FrioI.13.. .RIO GRANDE ... ...,.... fl
STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. Friday, !20.COURADO7.J.............. .... rl l1y'
very button from the back of the dress
skirts made last winter and wears them German Popular IB Fnua_. For general information, steamers, trains, rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to

r as plain as possible with no sign of It is sold that the study of GermanIs Leave Miami Sunday and Wedne*<1nyii; :Arrive Key Week Monday and Thar' *. BASIL GILL, S. A.,220 W.Bay St.JacluonTlM.H.

visible fastening on the back. The buttons Increasing In France, while the days.. Leave. Key West Mundsys.and Tuurndaytt Arrive llavaua.Tuesday sad II.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.
study of Is the decrease.In Friday.
have found their way to too many English on NORTHBOUND. C. H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River, and 888 Broadway, N. Y.
the Ecole des Sciences Politlques, In
common gowns to be good form. .
l'nrl8o where diplomats ,are trained Leave ITavHnu Tuedy and Fridays; Arrive Key West Tuesday and Friday -
t"" many more study German than Eng- Leave Key Went TarmlHyn and 'rld'J': Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays.LVjiartum '
[ ITEMS OF INTEREST. troUt MUinl will b. made M OB a. poiulbU alter arrival of train U If You
Ish. Many young Frenchmen are stow on aulllmf itnvi .' Have Not

;i It is expected that an automobile fete being sent to Germany and Austria Instead l'b".... 'I'luie Tub-m how the mesa, whluh tratusan bo 'smay be expected toarr vean
of to England to get acquainted depart from the verl tatton and port, but their arrival or departure *t the Unia
f 1 will bo hold at 1'uu, Franco, next Feb itMml Is not guaranteed, nor doe the Company. hold luelt reapuuiiibla for any delay or aayteu..pueaoe1
!. with the language of too victors of
arising Iherefroiu.
N n .' ruary. 1S70. In a Paris lycee 143 students For copy of I loct time card call al Si5 Went Bay Street, JayuluuuvUle, or addnMii Found What You
UucktugUaui palace has a scent fountain study German to 34 English. In an- J. BJSOKWITH.!: Trafllo Manager. J. U RAHNEH Q. P. L Want
which on state occasions is fed 8' AUg'.t\n. .. ,
other school the proportion of Germanto _... "
:- --------
with eau de cologne.The .
English Is 500 to 188. In the Marseilles ato"
population of the South African two-thirds For a Home, suppose you'take;' a trip down and look
gymnasium study
t Republic consists of 03.000 Boers, 87.. German one-third English. It Is believed P LANgYSTEM. Fruit and Garden Lands along the. '
000 other whites called ultlamlers and here
that this French Interest
000.000 Kaffirs and Zulus. 10 German,will have a powerful Influence East Coast

Windsor castle, one of Queen Vic In the commerce and politics of

toria's residences, Is to be equipped the world In the 'next'generation.WlnnU If you are going anywhere, whether it be to the \\I
withCO set electric 'bell and fire

alarm boxes of American manufac a Wed din* Gilt. North, South, East, West, Settlers are flocking In'but still there is room. If you v

ture. Christian Ludwlgsen bet Edward n, Northwest or Southwest. )looking this way, drop a line to
One proprietor of half a down boot- Vogt of Hoboken $5 that be (Vogt) bad

blacking Btauda l In ,New York who was :' not the nerve' to ask any woman to Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM, of Railways and Steamship Lines with JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Prwldenl,

not many years'ago an active workerat marry him. Vogt took him up., A lit. gateways; at Port Tampa Sanford, Jacksonville; Chaileston, Mongomery, Tifton ILORIDA: EAST COAST R'Y,

the business, ,owns a racing stable tie later be met Miss Annie fctelner' also lAnd various other poi ta ,*!'f.h lu aU.the:year roundDQUBtE DAILY SERVICEs r..A
of'10' hoctes. of Hoboken, and told beret the bet. all Information# can be obtained promptly by addressing .., .." ... .,A ;rNE,
and that !
Oklahoma 'territory takes great pride "You don't dare get married, to melt the beat route, : .,:" : .: : : .:

in the fact'that1: It Las'not' ode poor tie said. "Oh. I don't known1 said or calling' The ADVOCATE- 1

house within Its bol'den..D4.- more the girl. So they were married, and F. M*" ;'Jolly, ''Dll.lon Pati.enger'Agent.' does neat,: clean Job Printing

over has need, of none.. The people Ludwtgsen's $5 counts as their first 133 Went Day St., Astor Ulock, Jacksonville,'Fla,, '

$ay there U not a pauper among them wedding gift. B. W. Wrenn p* enger Traffic Manager, Savannah, 0a [gf* Prices' t to Suit tie Timei l



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INDIAN IVIt ADVOCATE, .NUVE) (U R .3, 1899.. 1


$O1ELS-All-the-'ear-rolllld.: ? THE VOTING MACHINE. QUESTIONS ANSWl':It1I). FREE

BLOOD a....... !Straight! or Scratched Bal. Yes, August Flower-still has the larg CONSULTATIONwith

TITUSVILLE. lot sad h Absolutely Secret.The est sale of any medicine In the civilized

voting, machine ((...primarily, a world. Your mothers and grandmothersnever our home treatment. We are

counting machine, or' rather a 'corn thought of using anything eUe for : physicians, nnrou'Rot the benefitof
blnatlon of counting machines. It con. Indigestion BlIllousnvM. Doctors!
IAN RIVER HOTELI our eiperlenct.. No matter what
TROUBLES sifts of three parts-(D) the keyboard.. were scarce, and they seldom heard ,of
trouble is how
your simple or boW'hoptllcI"
TITUSVILLE with,one key for each candidate, and Appendicitis, 'Nervous Prostration or
two-a "yea" and a "no" key-for each' Heart failure, eta They ,used August we can do you good, andIf

INDIAN RIVER, CUKRD BY question; (2) the counters: one for Flower to clean out the system and stop we can't wo will honestly tell you

each key, and (3)) the Interlocking fermentation of undigested food,regulate/ so. Thousands of tired, weary, tick
FLORIDA B B B. Botauio Blood Balm. the action of the liver, stimulate the
mechanism which limits the numberof nervous and organic action of the sys and! hopeless people have been entirely -

keys that can be operated In any tern, and that is alt they took when feeling and permanently cured.by

., ; J. O. BAST, Proprietor. (for Bad Blood one office group-the candidates of all dull and bad with headaches and
parties for one office. The machine U other aches. You only need a few dosesof COMPOUND

operated by a small gate or lever Green's August Flower, In liquid form

i A1C it The hotel fronts on the TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. which swings In both directions. It Is serious to make the you matter satisfied with there Is nothing Sample OXYGEN -
A. wide unlocked by the movement of the gatein you.
sweep of bay(7( miles bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at Why not lake heart again and Investigate -
In certain direction before the voter
width), formed by the Cocoa, and F. S. Chaffvo's drug store at this great; principle. We have
t tiHI I u.1 Indian River, making It a Is your blood impure? Is It thin? Indicates his ballot .on the keyboard, Titusvlilo, nloRememb'r thousands of testimonials. Send for
ffi delightful summer resort. while a movement in the opposite direction -
aui Dots akin feel hot and swollen?
p we PWlU qtr iqi uum uo iiiii Constant cool l li your casts tho ballot Indicated and book on home treatment,' wonderful

*q breezes from tho sea and Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofu- at the same time resets and locks the that the INDIAJJ llivicnAUVOOATK cures to tho sick, etc, free.
i ; b : at' rr bay. Flowing sulphur : does all kinds of Job printing
r.ruwi 1 pnm r ui 'e spilngs. Special la? Eating sores? Itching, burning, key*. at short notice. Send them an older
When ballot is cast, it Is countedat DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
I. rates. eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor a and be convinced that it Is tho place to
a once by the voter himself! for tho have job printing done. ,
scalp itch? Catarrh? All rundown?
total vote on the counter tor each can. 1112 OIrani St., IMillu., Pn.

Malaria? Aching bones?' Have you dldate Is 1 advanced one step! by the Dcafiicss Cannot Do Curedby Ot IT fob 000Virginia
JAOICSONVILLE.erritt's act. The voting Is done In the privacyof .
hereditary or contracted blood taint?
the booth and when the keys of local applications, as they cannotloach
Have they resisted 'medical treatment? the machine have been react for the tho diseased portion of tho car.

of tho preceding There Is only one >way to cure Deafness,
If you have any of tho above ,blood next voter the Identity Homes
Hotel Rathbun OLD.... ballot Is destroyed. Consequentlythe and that Is by constitutional remedies.
r CA I tE TO'. troubles procure bottlo of B. B., B. of the ballot Is absolutely Deafness Is caused by an Inllnmrd con.
secrecy dition of tho ) of tho ]':
mu'ollslnlng U8-
(Botanic Blood Balm)). It acts directlyon assured.! Not only Is the voting of a tachlan Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed -

tho poison and humor in tho blood, straight ticket a simple affair, but the you have a rumbling/ sound or Imperfect You I learn all about Virginia Lands,
FRONTING ST. JOHNS RIVER. mechanism Is so adjusted that a hearing, and when It is entirely
neutralizes and expels it, makes a per- Us resources, product, mode of cnl-
ticket as easily
scratched chased and
can Deafness is the icMilt, unless
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations tI atlon, prices, etc,, by leading the
pass manent'cure and heals every soio. Il.B.11.'goes as If the \'uh'r'I'I'e maiUng ballot the Inflammation can bo taken out and (
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam with his He cannot vote for tills tube restored to (its normal condition 'Virgin Partner. bend lOots.
heat. Will open November 1st, 1899. American plan........... to the root of the trouble pencil.
more than a pi-cllled' number of candidates hearing will be destroyed forever; for 3 months subscription to the
EIUUTT'S HOTEL l LAOIDI 3iain St. AfterXov.l.igint: and cures after all other methods fall. when the full vote nine cases out of ten ate canned by catarrh Farmer Co.
European Plan only.Travelers' because Kinpoila, Va.
which Is
but Intlnmcd
Even such terrible blood diseases as has been cast for any group of candidates condition of the mucous surfaces.an ------ --.- -

cancer, eating sores and chronic rheumatism all tho remaining keys of that \Ve will give One Ilnndtcd Uollllrlllor
HotelNewIKS. group are found to be locked and when case of Deafness (caused by catarrh Cholco .
nny ) d *
cured B. I). B.
he are by using all the ballots have: been cast every that cannot bo cured by Hull's Catauh WlnosLlquors

Management Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup i key on the machine has become) Immovable. Cure Send for rlrrular, free. wB inet
I F. J. CI1KNKY & CO": Toledo' 0.KjT"Sold 1 Cigars
N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. the broken down constitution, stimulates Again the: machine: Is supplle\ with by Druggists, 7*>o. sM, Guaranteed Pure.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. tho appetite, increases the vital levers which may be HO adjusted by Hall's. Family Pills ate tho best Sold} at reduced

ity of the ,blood and gives a clear, the Judge of elections that the voter -- -- ----- Ilr & price.
ballot which he Is not entitled ORIGIN OF DISHES' NAMES. I ,.
Electric Electric Bells Baths cannot cast a .
Lights Service.
Complete smooth skin, free from blotches, bumpsor % Import
In certain
to vote. For example*
THE i BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For localities! a failure) to pay the poll tax The sandwich Is called for tho Karl ,, Tokny from AVIim Italy.,

1 Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. silo.by drug stores everywhere, $1 per debars the citizen from voting! on questions of Sandwich.
Involving the expenditure of Mulligatawny Is from, an east India John B. Togni
large bottle, G largo, bottles (full treat- ,
money as well as for certain candi word meaning pepper water.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ment $:.i. Trial bottlo sent free to failed Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1: Kant Day SL
IOTEL OXFORD ) dates. When one appears who has Walllc Is from watch, a word of Teutonic >

Opposite St. James Hotel. sufferers. Write for a bottle and describe to pay this tax. he will find the re' origin, meaning honeycomb. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

spectlve keys locked against) him. (It Gooseberry! fool Is a corruption of .. ...
IVholcmtla HIM! Hetiillii.'f ;
Convenient to all of the commodious troubles and will
parts city, rooms, comfortable and your wo give ,
would he nn easy matter to provide foul milled or pressed .
gooseberry ,
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- -- -
free medical advice. Address Blood nickel In tho slot
each machine, with a gooseberries.Hominy .
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- Tho Largost and Most Com-
sonville. BalmCo,146: Mitchell St., Atlanta, Oa. attachment BO that each delinquent Is from anhnmlnea tho
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. could pay his poll tax nt, the time of North American Indian word for ploto Establishment South.
Medicine sent all
charges prepaid.
voting If be wished) Another lever parched corn.Succotash .

locks the keys of candidates for whicha Is a dish borrowed from GEO. S. HACKER & SON
ST. AUGUSTINE. AGENTS 'WANTED. For "The Life and woman Is not entitled to vote. Thd .
I Indians nn.l called
Achievements of Admiral Dowey the world'igreatest the Narragansett
hero. J :friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. which the voter to exercise hll
'LAZA HOTEL Biggest: and best book over BOO pages 8x10 Foi'cemeut Is a corruption of farce-
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Inches; nearly paltel halftone illuhtrntlonn. constitutional right to vote for candidates meat from tho French farce studlugI. -
Only x61,60./ Knormous demand. Hip commissions. who have not been nominated by
Outfit f roe. Chance of a lifetime. Write I. C'., meat for' binding.P.laucmangu .
This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near quick. The Dominion Company, 8rd Floor any party.When .
Postoffice Bank and Cathedral. Caxton lildg.,Chicago the Judges declare the poll means literally

Rooms, SOcts to $1.00 per.day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. clotted the gate is locked fast In Its food; hence chocolate blancmange Is R

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Good Time Per Sorrow."Ili outward position and by this meant something of a misnomer.
Charlotte U: corruption of the old
all the push keys are locked so that
with the English Word clmrlyt which means a ..wMANUFACTURERS
there can be no tampering
JENSEN. dish of custard, and charlotte russe
machine or any further 'oUug.-"Vot.'
log lIllchlul"s'CI'IIUS the Paper Ballot !Is Russian charlotte.
Macaroni! l Is taken from a Greek derivation r
Frank In Forum.
..._. t c. by Kt'lper
JENSEN, FLORIDA. which means "the blessed
Ill 1 Fresco Hotel 1 lit dead," In allusion to the ancient custom OF

.lE BREVARD COUNTY. ti I ,I IZ of eating I It at feasts for tho dead.

.What Scrofula IH.Scrof Doors, Sash, Blinds,

J. L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR.New uln Is a disease as old antiquity.. Palmetto Drug Store, Dnytona.
It has been handed down for generationsand Moulding & Building Material.
House; best accommodations on the East Coast; table first-class and
tho In times..
|II same to-day as early medicinesschemicalsflnotoiiet
every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modern improvements.In tho Drugs,
It Is disease of blood
emphatically a
the center of the famous Pineapple !Section:) ; close to the Inlet; Fish and i and tho to It is by soaps, brushes combs, perfumery and Office A Warcrooms King, opposite
only cure purifying
Oysters in abundance. Terms moderate. way fancy toilet articles In great variety.I Cannon Stroot.'Ohn1'oston .
the blood. That Is Just what Hood'sSarsaparllla
Don't Fail to Stop at Jensen AVlicn Visiting: Indian lliver.Tltusvlllc fellem!, como along and feel does In every case where It I M HusroN, .propr.
] S. C.
sorry fer Williel) lie's Ko'm ter do dentist Is given a faithful trial. It eradicatesall ,

I"-New York Journal. impurities from the blood, and cures Marriage\ Paper. :
Boarding Houses.MRS the boils and all) of PU I
sores, pimples forms -a Tlumimnrt of tdrcrtlMiri lo Mlmrrum. Sash Weights Cord and
skin diseases due to scrofula taints In / Wealthy I''trolla. Introduotlon ,
run Gardening.If the blood. Hood's Snrsapaillla has won 1, Formal l anti 4'ernoiinl. 100 word
i. ,DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. onion sets me put out In October, r ad Irfltl to ladltt.. bitniplo copy Bo., Hardware.
the of numbers of
grateful praise vast '
they will furnish slender white stems w> SOCIAL AMERICAN,Toledo Ohio.
people by Its grand and complete'cures.Don't .
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need. of white or rye Bread, pies, for the table about two weeks from allow scrofula to develop In your Ireat AU't Window and Glass
Big eddNlpoottNewepnpenand Fancy
cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City nl1ker Yachts, boarding. houses, the beginnlusr of growth In the r-pilug.; blood. Cure Itat once by taking Hood's .,
hotels and Mnuiulrx unit upon rfutlnt uf Ida for w''a5.
families supplied.BOUKNIGHT'S Oue-third ounce of seed or quart of .I Toledo Afjv. bureau.4. Clair:Ot.,Toledo U A SPECIALTY.

sets goes to 100! f'rt of row. .

I'lirHloy t Isa: biennial. If wanted In .
early spring, parsley) may lip sowed In M cured at home with
September! In moderately fertile soil. out Book of p r-
airy'and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day Arm lIou Cain loot FREE!:
Special rates byweek, or month. During the cold wither the pants t M !If DR B. M WOO LEY CO,:
(O. JIOUKNIG1IT, Proprietor. should be covered nearly to the top umo, 104 Nortb fryor 8k

::::. with leaves held In place by ,brush.

One-fourth of one ounce of seed will
ESTABLISHED 1880. sow 100 feet of drill.

If sowed Iq) the fall spinach can

:Bond Lumber Co. usually be wintered under a mulch, : FERRYS;

which should be removed early In the

spring. The drill should bo a foot

Manufacturer of and Dealers in apart: and the seed covered about an '.. SEEDS

Inch deep Thin to 0 Inches apart and 4 ( t wersf.molwyeeraaKu ,thrirfumes
UMBER LATH SIDING r .r. '{M.WII 'vrry yrsr' ... 11111 ..red.a 111
SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING finally, as tho plants grow to 12 Inchesin 5"t 10 h.ruh.d. I'll .u.rlwslm, +
the row. New Zealand Is a new 'f 11111 hust. .'..r auto bY ''eu11I1I t

Mouuiugs,_ Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange variety quite different from the coin 1 ,, piper rd .v.rywhxrs sad ,,' tllrm Irrr'('you It. e

and Vegetable Crates. Wo solicit correspondence. iiioa and the plants should stand thl'l'ofeet 't 110'of" Ln rlolt bavlII"-1111) Merrr'. ,tall.
Saw apart Perpetual spinach III\ sown 1"Ii1I"-od Aii nIs I Is rrreti.vw .
--- + a '
Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. K'y. Yards at : ) 16
DeLand and Titusville. In rows a foot apart In very rich soil I rtwlwtMlrMlU

and thinned to give room. Half an
--- =
--- ounce of ordinary seed is right for 100 -.

feet' 'of drill. Twenty-five plants of

H. A. HODGES.... New These Zealand suggestions are enough occur for In a the family.very The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate, eVil with. Hsr.ear.dmany T.gtUbIItomedUi.

Manufacturer of useful farmers' bulletin, No. 04, un seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, DROPSY thouind crallml ...

I ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... vegetable. gardening.The --. a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab. .l ml.j TontlmonliU. .tl/....t two-third' mid TENDATttrsabnrntIris*of all' ':ywptumar.mor!1Iop4tlll. In tea-. fI 1\1"\

I I MCnu; AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. heRB of Japanese women Is regulated ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is DR. fl. R.. GREEK'S. SUDS box K.Atlanta.U.. i

,Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In to their age and condition. You never without them. He is willing that lib name should be used in =- -.- :- :-:== i
It Buffalo part of Florida, would do well to white for prices. The saw mills are located can tell at a glance, if you know the a testimonial as it might be of use in persuading some other personto CO YEARS' .L
I Bluff, near I'alatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ky. Lumber delivered to any rule whether meet U EXPERIENCEs (
part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES:;, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. any lady you try them; A second old gentleman, in the same institution, '"
married or single, and how old she In.
_._- -- elghtyf our years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and s t.f

lAw -- ---- --- Prevented A Tragedy. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two s JI
l'I\latklt. FU. MILLS t:. liar St., Foot of Catherine. Timely of Xew Information StralUvllle given Ohio Mrs George nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer if i
Long, preven-
ted a dreadful tragedy and saved two from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve .,.... "'. jl!" MAR G i
WILSON < lives. A frightful cough; had long kept useful that ,1: DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
I ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so they &c.Anynn !d
So SoCOMPANY,1 her awake every night bite bad tried i
many remedies and doctors but steadily i always have a package In'their pockets. The matron also states qnlvklr! HMwrtmlu.tending our....oi'lnHiii'rh mid Inn de.crlpn.'n.w .opt": ':"i.n* ..l',

.Manufacturers grew worse until urged to try Dr. King'sNew of and times suffers with t",unlln" II probably piUi'ntublii. ('uonuc'uw., ft e
that she is at indigestion lI..nolbook t'.hull. ,
One bottle cured : forty-five years age iu.nt>IrIOtl,caunduslu/ l- CHI "

I Cypress and Lath. her, and Discovery she writes this marvelous wholly medicine I causing pain and paroxysms of belching and finds that the tutu Detente frt'a. Ul'lunt tukmi. tbrnu.h! for.euurmpputot'Wunii A (u. r.<-u.ulTHnttitl '9. 'i
Lumber Shingles I nutlet, without clmrae' In theScIQnI6tctRii .
also cured Mr. Long of a severe at.
tack of Pneumonia. Such cures are Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her ( rl\au. :

A 'large stock of flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, positive proof of the matchless merit of name used In a testimonial. A Idilution "rrftt onru v ,.t t
lath Dry Cypress this grand remedy for curing all throat ._.,........... ..,.,....... wU!... ...... ... ..... ... 0- of arnr.'teetheouraal.!. '" '.. U tt
and picket* always on hand thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress0ddings chest and lung troubles. Only fJOo and .....W.I'1'CD.-...1Iaf. ....-.... ... ... ........... t:: ...... ..,.,.I........,. y .rInurmuntb.,1L Bold by :'
..... ...-.... ..,. ....""- r ...... .. ;. ... .. ; D :.iN w.r'i';;
t : of all speclalt bottle guaranteed. Trial MsarMMAI : .. UPJIl & Co $ )
patterns g ). i $1 Every ..M41.WI........ ...... 154 atyaw. J. .
When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. ties free at F. S. Chaflee's drug store. 1&Ucb omca, && 9 3t..W..blDIi\UII.11.'I'.I .. ,




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t !, 1 Q- t MARRIED.- STORM ON THE-EAST COAST. HAND. MADE TANKS, Carroll & Goldsmith
A S Editor Indian Jiher Advocate t What Our Many CorrwipondenU Have to

r .1 0 and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin have On Saturday afternoon list the rest As good as tbe best and as cheap as the Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your
tStABLiSHjfDi86&-: the honor of announcing the marriage of dents of Titusville were surprised to see cheapest. AH warranted. patronage SOUcltt.I
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hurricane from the Machine made barrels for sale, but not TITUSVILLE .
,; 0i' 1 their daughter, Laura Josephine, to Dr. two signals flying FLORIDA.
'.r, I 1 1f James Aloysius! Roach, on Wednesday, mast on Washington Avenue. They warranted.
October 2ft, 1809, at St. James Pro- were hoisted in accordance with Instructions TOM JOHNSON,

I'f I Cathedral Brooklyn, N. Y. received from Washington. Beyond Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla. E. _z .,. RR.A: c:: 'Y dz :s
: Dr. and Mrs. James A. Roache at a heavy wind, a big drop In the

p 'f. a: BENJ. V. JEROME. home on Wednesday, December 0, from temperature, and a few leaks in stores Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Grocrr
t 4 until 10 o'clock, at 312 Jefferson Avenue and residences, no damage was done in ( \
I.. State Representative PENNSYLVANIA Brooklyn, N. Y. town, and on Monday the flags were ROBBINS & GRAHAM And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal i *.
<* IRON WORKS co., for As previously announced In the ADVOCATE hauled down. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excl, "

If II the Sale of GLOBE: GAS ENGINES. the above wedding took placeon ST. AUGUSTINE. the above- line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and vonrl'I;?
Very truly i:. L. BRADY & BRQ. TlBLesley
Marino and last and
Stationary. Wednesday happy pair ,
The first touch of winter weather ...La" ora... e
-..-:: warn..-.- Gun..._ r."inl..nta,vv'y.v.no nnano. .......os /l.nu.enrl.of ......o ..uo. cached this city on Monday. It commenced y
I: .Be11ln Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE dollars 'worth of presents, among Sunday night$ with- cool, northeast I I
GAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheap- them being a $20,000 house from her winds, accompanied later on by rain WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
f r est and Host light; for private dwellings fatber, Mr. Hugh$ McLaughlln.; The which continued all during the night andMonday <& Motlow

find stores. bride Is a happy-going and bright young morning. Monday morning the UNITED STATES COURTS. ,

For prices, catalogues and estimates, lady,'whom and we we join have her met numerous on several friends occasions -"wind shifted to north fell and grew; cooler, (Successors to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)
t .4 dress as the thermometer the rain ceased.

1 .* DENJ. W. JEROME, In wishing life The/ her marriage a long of and Mrs.bright Hoache's married registered Late Monday 64 degreen.afternoon the Many thermometer light over- Abstracts of Title Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rums, Gins and

f Kockledge, Tla. sister, Miss Nellie, to the late Dr. Alexander coats were seen on the streets and tbe Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. '
i i I F. Carrollb more than ten years ladies turned out In winter wraps. Fires Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade ,

The Anbeaser-Basch Brewing Asso'lon. ago The, was Ie event in Brooklyn. were found to be needed in the open Counties.J. A First-class Line of ,Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool
wedding presents were so numerous grates. The temperature fell 20 degrees; Tab:
I' and costly that a big granite vault was Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
In hours. The cool given
twenty-four wave was -
Fumoui St. Loul( Keg and Mottled JJee built under I order. f4
the sidewalk the Carroll after the orders. Cash must accompany your LOSLEY & MOTLOW,
quite acceptable long summer TltulvlUe
1 Bold by Men. 1.011181& Motlow, Titusville, Fla. home in Washington avenue for their months. The change has come earlier We have,a large list of ,
t { By Mr.J. I>. Crabb, Cocoa, Fla. reception. Their value was variously this but
than usual not to
By Mr.VT.J.Tucker, Fort I'lerce, Fla. estimated at from $100,000 to year stay.
From time to time there have 250000.been rumors BANYAN. L ::t'f": D S INSURANCE Protect Your F1

A ...JOSEPH ZAPF... of attempted invasions of the vault The continued heavy wind from the Property Against.

by robbers, and I It Is said that the choicest northeast is injuring young vegetables. owned by ourselves and' clients. Price
r Wholesale Beer and Liquors, treasures are now In the keeping of a' Beans are being planted as' rapidly as LIGHTNING cr: 1. OYOLONEs
safe land be which is slow ,
deposit company. can prepared, for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per
I all the leading Fire Insurance
.. owing to so much rain. represent Companies and the Mutual I
West Bay Street, acre. Insurance Company. Am also :Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
NEPTUNE. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co:, of Philadelphia, Pa.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The New Ilaitford Tribune has the .
The Immenso flow of fresh water fromt.hA -
following to say about the manage of For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SOIHJYLEft
a hiss rnnlrl.
'F.w.r"'hrl.n .... hPAn .n. ... that
-- ---- ----
very popular young lady who is well It pushed---.p.----the tide water out into the WE have a few Residence, Orange Titusville,

: MAINHARD BROS., known in Titusvllle and other places ocean, and killed the oysters. This Is a
in desirable
along the East Coast: Grove and Pineapple !Properties -
p hard blow to this place, as several men
Ideal Wednesday Indian ,summer 25th: inst.day, for brought the late an had contracts to furnish oysters to points locations. Prices Reasonable.

1 Gleaning and Dyeing October wedding of Miss Louise Wads- south. Just Becersred

north Jones, of this village, to Mr. Paul EAU OALLIE.It .

'Establishment 12 Newnan St., Clothing Eugene Jones, of Brooklyn, N. Y., at is said that the wind blew eighty OFFICES { TITUSVILLE
Hlllvlew, the residence of the bride'sparents miles an hour Sunday night.; No damage and MIAMI.
+ cleaned, dyed, repaired pressed. Capt. and Mrs. Henry R. Jones. done to boats or buildings.SEBASTIAN. .

l Ai JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The ceremony was performed at half A lot of Harness Buggy Whips
past, two o'clock ,
father of tho bride p. m.Rev.by Dr.the grand-A. S. Arthur Kroegel's cat-boat, the Louise East Coast Meat Market ,
was badly stove in during tho gale! one
It 1 1 CheHcbrough, in the presence of the whole side being broken in. S. Kitchinglost Collars Collar Pads and

:CAN CER: CURED at HOME, from family;:1 to friends.5 o'clock A, at reception which about was eighty held six hundred feet of his dock duringthe G. F. DUREN,- Agent Riding

invited guests were entertained. blow, and it will be missed quite a =:: rJ
good deal by our citizens on summer
No Knife No Caustic The bride wore a dress of whlt crepe R. G. Hardee the heaviest tS7 {z yx Whips.
: do chine, trimmed with chiffon and nights.: was ( _.
'l loser. Ills fine sloop, the Dora, draggedher $ cnc:
t, TBKATMKNi; PAINLESS. carried a large bouquet of Illlies of the
and backed Into the
threeanchors ::
I valley; she was attended by her
Believlew Sanitarium youngest hole In the bottom. -
pier, breaking a large
sister, Miss Catherine M. Jones' ,
''IJELLEV1EJV} FLORIDA.: gowned She sank in a few minutes and three 1:1: '
4fI' light blue silk, and chiffon, also carry fishermen, who were aboard, had to J'-.S_ PRITCHART: & SO
lug u smaller bouquet of lillies of the -
swim for their lives. It is thought the
valley, Air. and Mrs. Flank J. a
Sprague, sloop can be raised, and that she is not Titusville Florida.
; :SemiTropical Nurseries. of New York, the latter the bride's seriously damaged; although all the d1C ,
I sister, and herself a bride of two' weeks
interior is ruined.
finishing ;
ago, received their friends with the
; ORLANDO, FLA. wedding party; Mrs. Sprague and her JENSEX. .cn: \ p

SPECIALTIES tI :- older slater, Mrs William M. Brown of The frazzled edge of a gale struck us Titusville. LOST.
I'I, Boone's Early-the earliest and best Titusville, Kl.i., each wore their wedding last Sunday, opening up the ball with -, Florida. ..
Early Orange dresses on thiq occaniou.The. I rain about noon, and raining continuously
Aurantlum'Pomelo, the best GRAPE house was decorated! with roses until Monday morning. It stirredup The profit and more, on SHOES

5 FRUIT and .TANGERINE ORANGE carnations! and chrysanthemums, the quite a lively sailing breeze while I it George Peeples... We offer several pairs, mos men's
dool'wl\'s And tilnvvna t imrvnf4 tianrl hut
Monday Afternoon
TREES. warn WAS nn -- -- -- --
1 "' -- $3.ou, $4.uu ana $>.uu, sizes 7, 7t _
Carry a full lino of Citrus trees, also with ;s and f greens; ;, and the fireplaceswere ;: everything was as quiet as though nothing ; 'i <
Old Gibsonbuilding Tiiismith . .. .
and 9 at
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, banked with evergreens/ and bitterSweet out of the usual had happened. So next ... 1 now ,
Grafted hoses and Scupernong Grape berries; The dining room was far we can hear of. no damage, but pre. door to Carruthera' -" ,
vines. tastefully decorated in pink by Haben- sume some of the low lands on the east Washington barber shop.Ave. TITUSVILLE, FLA. .JUST HAL
I'' James Mott, stein, the Hartford caterer, who served shore were submerged, as the wind

r !t Box 17<1. Orlando, Fla. the collation. Tho bride and groom blowing from the northwest, raised the Tinsraithing, Roofing Guttering .Send Us your orders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS
received many beautiful remembrances river very high, but as very little plantIng and all kinds of repair' work promptly

jly28oct2S. \ from friends. has been dune by.our truck raisers, attended to. Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
Guests were present from Brooklyn, no ill effect will result ftom this temporary ,
Work from down the River
Hartford, Saybrook, Bristol and Winsted. baptismal.: Mr. O. E. Coon for- solicited. .

h.it' Grape Fruit Among these were Air. and Mrs.\ Lysan- sook his bed and board at 3 a. m. and ESTABLISHED. 187S.
: der M Jones parents of the bridegroom, split the waters of both Indian and St. .
Mrs. A. Lltsner DeFere, Mr. and Mrs. Lucie rivers wide open with his launchto NEAR & TAYLOR
.. and Orange Trees. Paul E. DeFere and Dr and. Mrs Alle- get her into the placid .stream of -rvv= _. .d. Roves:: : & CO
man, all of Brooklyn, and Mr.:and Mrs. I the South Fork, where the winds waste r ?
_ Herbert J. Mills and daughter, of Bris their sweetness on the desert air in their ,' Yom; Artesian Well FERTILIZER!!
I'' tul. vain attempts to cut fantastic freaks and ._ ,
'"I Grafted and Buddedon Mr. and Mrs. Jones left on the 5:11p. : play havoc with crafts that seek safety CONTRACTORS

m. train for Hartford. They will therein. R. R. Ricou, on the Other hand, Mtf'"nivm,- f l 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
make their home In Brooklyn, N. Y., took six fish boats in tow with his
t 1 4 and 5 I year old sour orange roots.. where Mr Jones Is a practicing attorney launch late Sunday afternoon and went mil JV&SI Eaji Gallie, Fla. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ha

fl! I / Grafts J to inch diameter, 4 to (0 feet, and will be "At Home" after December 'to North Ankona. It got so severe, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright a
1 at 113 however dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. !
well branched varieties Montague street, in that about midnight he had to
Thirty : now that city. start for home towing the six boats with Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange: tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Purei(Owl

1 ready for delivery The ADVOCATE join's the many friedsof their nets and men.: It was pitch dark, ...John B. Massa... superior Bone Nitrate in the Soda market, Muriate,and a of trial Potash will,convince.Sulphate Potash fiend for, Kalnlt.catalogue etc.free.These fertilizers baTt_ i
The best trees in the State at any the happy couple in wishing/ them and the wind blowing its best gait; the Wholesale and Retail
price, Those wanting a really fine ar every joy and prosperity.The swells were so large that often the boats

1! ticlo should write for prices at once, and "n.".".'.'..'''.'-.'_-.7.0..,." &.V"V n"'... in Into.-..tow- tlm.-would- Intin/tK.....-rise-..._ on lint-..the. -oo-swells.If.. urn..--.and Vtiillt.--.dash.. ttr-" Fruit, Produce and Commission GAY BROTHERS

: 1 I ;. engage trees for tail and winter planting. marriage of Miss Julia Dismukes.of John Miller, of Eden, she was staunch MEReHAN'T. .
St.Augustine to and - ---- -
Mr Thomas and the
: Durham strong, wnen} gale was at its
r These} trees are undoubtedly theIi Green, of Richmond, Va took place: height she rounded up at the dock with

heat in the state, address, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the not a thing amiss. It was an exciting Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Limes,
: 0' 1 l Dismukes residence In St. Augustine trip, and one which but few boats would Pineapples, Bananas, Grapes, Apples, PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERWe

O. W. CONNER The wedding& WAR private. Tho maid of have accomplished. Cocoanuts, Walnuts Pecans, and all
: .
Il ; honor was Miss Raynie Dismukes, sisterof STUART Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts in season.
the bride-elect, and' the bridesmaidswere make a Special Feature of,our
Ocklawaha Nurseries. Miss Helen Denham, of Gainesville Mr. Drake has had more than his share Also, by the barrel, fine
of bad luck this fall. The latest is that Fresh Cider and '
and Miss Prim Annan, of Cumberland Apple Apple Vinegar. Mail Order
i f!h 'OKLA11 AHA, . FLORIDA. Md. Mr. John Green, the brother of the, his lighter sunk on Saturday during the Department
groom-elect best gale, with a carload of laths. It lies in 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
.f was man. After the
I. _".- the the center; of the river where the waterIs Established 1885.
ceremony happy couple left for a twenty feet deep while the laths are This is one of the most reliable housesin Knowing how difficult It Is in some localities to .get GOOD GROCER
honeymoon to I
W. M. MOODY'S'BARBER trip Washington New
?:tt, CHEAP, families send their of
l York and other cities scattered all along the shore. We doubt Jacksonville. can us orders with the:! assurance
not he has the sympathy of the commun- promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be sailsiaiWe (

'.' Ilf 'l SHOP. BUMMEULIN-KITK. ity, but your scribe believes he should carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and I
On have their assistance and have it free and WM. KNAUER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
I I11 Saturday morning last, Mr. Astor ,
)t' \ Summerlln, of St. Lucie, was married to willingly nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Miss Maggie Kite, of Osteen. The wed. 1IABDEEVILLE.Therain Wholesale dealer inC ,
Close to Indian River Hotel, Titusville. ding was a quiet one, and took place at of last Sunday and Monday

:; 'j r' 't: 1 > A share of your patronage solicited. the home of the bride's motherAfter threatened to be as severe as the proceeding .A ::t'f": D Y E. A. WADDELL
1''I t f [' receiving congratulations; the happy / storm, which did so much damage ,

,,0 I' pair left for Titusville, en route to St. along the shore, washing/ away the Buy your candy from the Wholesale -
II For Salo.f Lucie. The ADVOCATE' extends con. I water break In front of Mr. Argetainger's MiamI' City, and Dade County -

: } ; gratulations. place, and injuring the long wharf very Candy House.. Call or

\ At Daytona, Fla., live and ten acre much. II. P. Powell had two row boats write for prices Real Estate BureaA
::7 lots choloe vegetable and orange lands. 8TOXK-OSBAN. and J. P. Sawtelle one, dashed in pieces,
I :, i Cheap for cash, or will make liberal Married, on Sunday last at 1 o'clock although drawn up on shore na wa sup- Address;
.;1'i,; 1 C icrms. Address, at LaGrange, the Rev W. N. Chaudoln! nosed) to"a safe distance. Everyone re Corner of Madison und Adams Sts.
d' COUKTLANO BUCKMAN, officiating, Mr.I F, E. Stone and Miss joiced that the last rain did no serious select list of-
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla Annie E. Osban both Titusvll'e.' Mr. damage.: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I
Stone Is the popular: hostler! of the F, E. KOHT IMKHCK. BUJBiscuyuc Procrtr; ,
t J- C. Ky. at this place and Is numbered
1 t m ; their most valuable The heavy winds, {:Sunday night, caused The Three City. Lots Fruit Prospbate
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers among employee; several fish boats to sink in this vicinity. Whys. and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for investments.
f while Miss Osban Is one of Tltusvlllo's
for Sale. popular young ladles The AUVOOATK LOTUS. ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.

I extends congratulations and best wishes We experienced another rain storm WHY KILL YOUR MOriKlNO BIRD For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for.
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, for long and prosperous life. Sunday and Sunday night, which put with stale food, when ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MIL ,

Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red water on low ]lands again. Knv-oJ MIA--- _.Q/\tlMinrn-.n... .ITrtmArn1rttir......_ _.. R.U.you. l...*can t.lFood .... -FArtlll.--...._..v.o....., f''I"""_"n.bv__, Tn 41&. rhlea- 0.
.t> ll. OSMAN-CIUNA.
pant Apply toMADDOCK
& MATTHAMS, On Sunday last at 4 o'clock, at tho fresh lOu every.d.iy\ at 25o per Ib i Bentanywhere Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
"Palm Beach Pinery," Methodist parsonage.: Titusville Mr, ,J. Hampton and Ills Cavalry.One extra to pay freight.
West 1'nlrJ111each, Fin M. Osban was married to Mills Carrie ; I WHY suffer fl'om CHILLS & FEVER JFwElEO

I China, Rev. A. 1). Penney officiating.This of the most popular books ever is when you can get a bottle of'l'bomas' WATCHES CLOCKS s]
couple stood up at tlioStone-Osbau IUll'clln this country. Every old soldier Chill nnd Fever Tonic, guaranteed
i iI'
The Orlando Nurseries wedding at LaGrange; and Immediatelyafter should have It. All historical scholars to cure for oOo. ,

drove to Titusville and were married. will have it. J. E. Felts] Sprucebluff, WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD-
Offer for November and December'delivery The ADVOCATE extends'congratulations Fla., agent for Brevard county. 8p ACHE, when you can get a bot. .ewelry Diamond
15,000 choice budded orange and and best wishes to tbe happy pair. tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ,
grape fruit trees; are four yearn old; sour cure you In short \order for lOo.If. .

orange stock. 5,000 sure bearing fig TO UK MAltKIEU. For Sale-Eden Watermelon Seed R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist ... Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Prey
trees, Poach Plum, Pearand Persimmon The Orlando Reporter says; The LaVllla Pharmacy, iOr S. 1 ;

trees all leading and boat varieties. marriage of Miss Jessie F. BIgelow, only The Eden melon is a cross between the Jacksonville, Fla. /1J 1 KM
25,000 camphor trees, Imported seed. daughter; of Dr. and Mrs. R. J. nigelow, Rattlesnake and Kolb Gem. Ships well. \ FINE WATCH and JEWELRY

Everything: carried by tlrst-olass nursery. of Ocooe, and Mr. E. Frank Alford of I Favorite melon in Northern markets Subscriber, your-attention Is drawn tSILVERNtARf
,1 Write for prices, to Titusville formerly of boos, Is an 'Seed sold In any quanty. to the namo-and-date slip pasted upon A SPECIALTY.

GEO.: II. WiufliiTGeneral I nounced-to take place early the coming L. WIUOM. Jii. your paper or wrapper. If you are 'In Spectacles and Eyeglasses. R, J. RILE
Orlando Charges .
Manager Nurseries. x l uter. 8p 10-17( AllemUle, S. C. arrears, please remit. paid one way .
225 W. Bay St., JAcssoNY L +

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