Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
October 8, 1897
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).

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15., No. 8. TITUSV'ILLE, :FLA.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER' 8, 1897. Price: 5c.i

O3NEWS NEW: LINE BABY CARRIAGES. FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries SEE OUR: DRESS PATTERNS, no two Av Visit to Con ctlcnt. HOTEE. NOTES. ,

Gardner fc Walke send to F. W, hERS, St.. Augustine ,alike; trimmings to match. -
of General Interest; Fla.: Gardner & Walker. WIIKHR to at..,.. See list el neteUosi '
Topics ,
Proprietor Chas. H. Walton writes us our 1tl. page,
-Mr. W. R. Sanders sad son, of Court- thAt his pleasant visits while I "

Lty and General OoMlp in connection enay, paid our burg a abort visit this LADIES' SHIRT W&lSTS-a large -Wlthi the'Oct. la Issue of the Dally north among was one to the lisv. J. T. Huntlrig- Itr, We have some fine views of cur "',
Worth, stock of pretty designs just to hand. East Coast hotels, etc., which will be
|th BUoayne Bay, Lake Indian ton, at Hartford Conn,, who resides U
week.Mr. .
and Halifax :River*. Key West JULIUS KI.HIB. facing the resplendent orwarded to any part of Caaada or the l' I
ants Wm. Treutler, o-. f Eau Gallie's new dress of pink.Both.theCount a lovely spot park, now \
d all other Important Point alone the prominent residents, was In town a in its winter ,dress of grass, fnlteVl States upon receipt ot a two-owst '

st Coast) of Florida. Brief mention of abort while the first of the week.0 Judge M. S. Jones.was at Eau Gallle Commissioners and flowers and,trees; also,,, Capt. and Mrs. tamp to pay postage.Mr. "

resume Event from Varlons Fart a day or so this week.. School Board held their regular monthly henry R. Jones, New Hartford, where Leon Despland, wb > managed. the ";
You Know -Wo are pleased to learn that Mrs. I meetings this week. Owing to an unusually and
|the World Abon People hllll and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown fanvSyTltiisvllllans Palmett House,' Daytona. so well last f
d People Ton Don't Know Picked Jno. R. Walker.wll1 soon be out again, -Mr. E. L. Brady' returned to town busy session, tbe first-named (, ) lire now stopping The winter, will have charge of this popular ,.

,by; Onr Society) Editor and a large staff after a somewhat trying week of sick- yesterday, from his trip to Miami. Board: will not adjourn until to-day. fine home of Cap4. Jonea Is situated hostelry during: the tourist season of "ii'.,

Correspondents scattered alone the ness. -Mr. Stanley Jones has been spending Iou the crest of III hill and Is Inclosed by '07-1> and In now making the necessary ,

t Coast of Florida. -Mrs. C. W. Brownrlgg and party, several days at St. this week., Fishing Xoten.i weuty-flve acres of laud, the site commending reparatloMs for the accommodation of l fsp'
after a pleasant stay of a month at a splendid view of the surrounding guests.h; <-
very 'Cocoa's cfvll !
-Mr. Wm. M. Given
fall to read our Inside pages. it Is of the finest
Never one
Seabreeze left for their homes In Orlando country j 1t
h will\ always' fled something to in- engineer and surveyor, paid Titusville a Alter several days of enforced Idleness. locations In New Hartford. While bii,the The pamtlng of Polnelana
Ist this week. flying visit Wednesday.The .,. owing to bad weather, the ilshlng fleet latter place' Mr. Walton wall the guest at Palm Bench goes merrily on. ,There ",

you. -Mr. W. n. H. Gleason returned 'to town advertised for wa, out again. Wednesday night: the of Senator Dwight W., Tuttle and wife, will probably be several month" work i
been crowded properties
[Several articles have Eau Gallic, Saturday last, after an absence sale for taxes sold last boats coming loaded with fish, which who have a due residence a few miles for the : Cement walks are also I
i delinquent were
I of this issue through lack of space. of a week at Oilando, on business Monday, most of them being bought Inby wa*.shipped the following morning' to outside town. :Milford was also visited, wing through the Mower gardens In

-Copt A. T. Feaster paid St. Augusj i connected with the ,Hunt vs. Gleasoncase. the town. tha ,extent of 108 barrols. and at this pretty little town the Aovo- the front grounds, which will add mater'r

j visit this week,. on business mat .' ,Mr. A. A. Ford, recently of Eau Gale, CAT proprietor was hospitably entertained ally to.their appearance. 41

-Prof." and Mrs. J.; R. Anthony'were From reports received at number the AovoIATB of- who has taken charge of the fish bust- by Mr. and Mr*. W. M. M.rwln, Proprietor 1L L. Beeman I I. dealing \,

h-Mr. Ch s. A. Gardner has been con/ passengers on Wednesday's southbound Connecticut office, quite a goodly be : at I less of Mr. J. T. Price at this place, well known winter resIdents to Rook. up the ground of tn., Han Juan hotel, ;

d to his house several days this week train to West Palm Beach from Georgia, this people winter.may expected has earned on a. successful business at edge. They have a very handsome place, and preparing the Interior of
11 i a bad cold. where they have been rusticating duringthe lookledge ,I : ho; above place for several years, and with large stables several fine horses the house for winter business. Mr. Bee-

summer months. -Tile town registration books will I will bring his experience and energy to aDd carriages. Mr. D. P, Merwin (Mr I mn successfully managed. ; ,Hotel Coquina ,&.
Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of close Friday next, the 16th Inst. If you ;bear in further Increasing this Indulltsy.I W. M. Merwln's son) has his residence ;: Ormond, during the summer
oa, was among the visitors to Titusi -' -Read the article on pineapple cultureon have not already registered, do not fait I Under the new management, '12 barrels 00 one of the finest locations In Milford, M>nth*.. ..' '

i the first of the week. our 2nd page: ; it Is a, very able production to; do so tbe coming week. of fish were shipped yesterday RMrnlng' wing on A high, point and commanding a The Tampa Bay Hotel will be underthe
from the of Eden
Mr. Henry. J. Egger returned to correspondent; also pen Grand our Gala special Week id 'Dr.1' and Mrs. H. D. Brown, of Melbourne The time draws near when the luscious i Messrs.magnificent Merwin view are of the Long owners Island ot!Sound.steam management of D. P. Hathaway, who
after ,
ml Tuesday, a pleasant son He will be
on It last
Jacksonville eta etc. on our other In- here Wednes- Indian River oyster will ovoe more warehouses managed season. a.1
passed through and other bunts, have large ,
of a few days In town. stated full foree of competent em-
the board and tickle the of by
side their to Daytona where grace palate beds from
pages. day, on way and own 1,2(10: acres of oyster '
.. Casino this will not ,
The season
Mr. and Mrs. F.;T. Budge a&:.i fam- the fortunate Floridian and his winter ploy.
they expect to reside In the future. which they supply the various markets '
A. arrivedIn
-Mr. Mrs. M. Taylor to under the eoatrol of the hotel ,man
Pritchard IDeM. p,
and Miss Kate
are expectede
| from Urbana 0. St. Augustine this week from Key -Mr. and Mrs. H. P; Shares, of' New with the delicious bivalve' Mr: Walton agement! an It was last season, but will
to-day. hn.
iVest. After a short stay there with Haven, and Mr. and ,Mrs. A. T. remarks' that the weather so, far, be managed by a competent theater man, ,
-Messrs.'Jno. McAllister and J. D. H. friends they will go to New York, returning Conn'l Stookbrldge, Mass., will A Fatal Accident. boeh exceedingly pleasant, and thatthere who will look closely, after Its Interest;
Ith of Eau Game visit- the Ancient In Novem- U frost nearly every night. '
( were pleasant : to City probably bo among their Indian JUvel'friends -- of the Red Lion 't

t to town the end of last week ber, when Mr. Taylor will 0 as usual, take shortly, as they expect! to leave ,Monday, while out bird'shootlnlf on Inn Mr., a A.very T. ,Treadway fine hotel, at Stookbrldge, ;'r 1Maas.
charge of the Casino. for Rockledge in a few weeks' time. his place at Sunbeam a mile so west
3apt. A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce or Mims. ., will manage the New Rockledge t
i been In town several days this week, Capt. H. Kent, of the yawl Osprey, '-Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwin and Mr. of Tltusville ex-Senator Robert Morrow hotel Rockledge, the coming ......ROn.

I business with the County Commis- met with a serious accident, a few: days D. P. Merwin, of Milford, Conn., will received a severe Internal Injury, due to -I Mr. Treadway Is no stranger to Rock- ,-J ?
ners. since., In getting out ot his boat he had i soon leave for Rockledge. Mr. D. P. the butt of his gun striking him In the L. T. Coodey spent Friday and Saturday edge, and Mr. Punderson man'f

The railroad dock Is In much better the; misfortune to step on a piece of Merwin will make a short visit to his 1 right side of his abdomen In its recoil In Tltusville. aged 'fore bouse for Mr. Share,the "

that has been ,I glass and out a large gash In the ball of pineapple plantation at Eden, and then after being discharged, which finally tei Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hendry ,llIltedMlms owner several year ago, and hat quit) '

It ape down now in new of planking the old where It hill foot, just below the large toe. He is return home': while Mr. and Mrs. Merwin mlnated in .a very painful death for the lout Sunday a good( record In his capacity as a hotel

j needed. place out, but limping.:-Dally Daytonlan.Mr. will, as usual), spend the winter. at Rook- unfortunate gentlemen early Tuesday Ellie Mime Sunday with his manager'at Stockbrldge" both be ,and
I morning. It seem., that deceased ,was mother at this pace, his wife being quite popular'
E. H. Armstrong, the well- ;
The Industrial American ledge.Mr. sitting down at the time of the accident
. Informed Its Lexlog-editor- known optician, of Jacksonville, writes and Mrs. J. O. Walton, of this and seeing a flock of birds ton the ground On account of the heavy rain, the fall Mr. and Mrs. O. Howes, who have 't,?
Ky., we by
r. H. T. Groom, has suspended ubU-, ns to the effect that he expects to visit place, have been making their head a short distance away fired' at them, gardens In our vicinity have ,been, de- been in charge of .the Hammonaaset,, l"

on for a short time. this section of the East Coast some time quarters In New York while taking various without standing up or bringing Ills gun ayed. House, Madison,' Conn., during tbe past.
next month, to do refraction on the eyes, trips to the surrounding country, to his shoulder In the the usual manner, Miss Venetia Mims will soon leave for summer, left New York for Jacksonville
Mr.. Geo. 2apf;, of Sanford, the well- so that those of our readers needing his visiting their many friends. They went when the weapon, having no support at Georgia, where she will teach school this yesterday (Thursday) afternoon, and before
own wholesale dealer In Anheuseh services would do well to give him a call to Wyokoff, N. J., t>n a visit to Mrs. M. the butt end to offset the roooll sprang winter the publication of our next Issue

beer, liquors, soda, etc., was inn .when he is In their locality L. Coleman and Maggie Ramsey, winter back, striking Mr. Morrow with much G. B. Mllhouse, of Valdosta, stopped will be in Daytona, where It I* probable r

the first of the week. Advertising must be done as sensibly residents to Indian River, on Tuesday. force and with the result stated above. I here a few days last week, on his, wayto they will again manage the Holly Inn.
of friend In Connect-
-Mr. Arlington Gilbert, a very popr and carefully as any other part of a bUll -After an absence of some months, Deceased was a Georgian, but had Miami. They have a host
be their /this
young man staying at Eau Gallic, ne8 Nothing: is, more disappointing Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon arrived In tows been In Florida 27 years, and was 63 Andrew Canova, and family, former out who expect of to guests +
is a visitor to town on Monday last.. than careless, neglected, half-done ad- Wednesday from Newtonvlllo, Mans., years of age/; lIe served as senator for resident of Mlms, have moved to May winter.Mr. and One Mr .our Howe reporters In New' Haven + oCoun. h
lo is unreasonableto Brevard and Dade counties ,during the ,
acknowledge a pleasant call. vertising. It extremely coming from New York by the Clyde town. C,
less attention to the advertising term of '1'I1.J-'D2, and was well known ,on .
give Seminole. Mr who is
steamer Kenyon
I-There is to be National Circuit of the return of hr motherMiss
a than to'any other department of a business looking remarkably well after his sojourn Indian River. lie leaven a widow, but 'On account school( The Windsor Hotel,. Jacksonville, ,;
cycle Meet at Bellealr Nov. 12th Mlms did not enter
kit 13th 'when on that and yet expect the biggest results north informs us that Mrs. Ken- no children except an adopted ion and Aleph opened its door to the public for the) '
It Is expected age oft until .
little has relatives In various the '
all from t.-Dl part.
number of ey.o yon and daughter will probably not '' winter season of 07-08 yesterday even-
doted professional riders state. .Miss Joe heady of Tttusvllle, was ,.'
111 come south before November log a week ago, under the new management
participate '-Mr. O. Pierre Havens, Jacksonville'sleading The remains of Mr. Morrow were Interred visiting In Ming last Friday, the guest of Dodge ft; Cullens, late' of the),,

I-Mr. T. V. Moore, a prominent pine- artistic photographer has associated, Informs -Your attention Is called to the ad. In the Tltusville cemetery of Mrs. M. O, Mlms. New Duval. ,That this hostelry will be ?
Life ADVocA rs'that Paddlson Co. Mr. Albert '
of G. F. fc, ,
>pIe the Illness of R. 'with
grower, of Jensen, and secretary We are worry to note conducted thoroughly keeping
with him Mr. L. Salterbach a
Geo. Rochester N. Is the .
professional Bennett, of Y., new
Hhe L R. & L. W. Growers' little Callie and without
Pineapple artist frdrn one of the best member of the firm, and he Is a gentleman E. Mims' daughter, Its past reputation goes aylng. i
ssoclatlon, was a pleasant visitor 'to studios in New York.. For the past two of good business, qualification and A Flhe Property for Sale. lope she may recover soon. a* the experience of the above-named '

Iwn the end of last, week. years Mr. Havens baa been awarded the long experience In the business In which John Boyd and family, of Georgia, arrived gentlemen In hotel keeping ha been of it
I-MI88 first medals for excellency \ here last week, and are located ,on an ''unlimited nature, and they understand *
Myra'Williams, one of Rock- and second prize he Is now engaged. The stock of both A small fruit farm and canning business details of A
Inge's bright young ladies, stayed in In photography at the Photographer' material and hardware is to be Increased, at Webb Mills, N. Y. One of tbe the Wiley and Thomas place.' fully,all the necessary Mr- Cullen '(+ A
successful management.
fcwn with her friend, Miss Susie Glad- Convention, of America, held and better facilities for handling lumber finest places and the most profitable Mrs. Lillian Brltton loft Saturday for to the

|ln, from Monday until Tuesday, onr both years at Celleron, N. Y. put In. Wood-working machines, open business In this part of the country. Five Shllob, where she will resume her old steward'will give his department personal supervision, while the once''

way to school at. Winter Park. -The Florida ''Tobacco Fair Association ated by artesian water power, are being mile from Elmira, N. Y., and a few rods duties a* teacher of that school will be In charge of M. H. Rowland, aa e

I -Mr. J. G. Bast, who has been spenflfcg > oiler a cash prize of (100, to be Installed, and the new firm will be In a from the railroad, express and telegraph Mrs. M. C. Mlms returned Wednesday, cashier and chief clerk, J. H., Dalton, a* "'fs

some weeks very pleasantly'' at Edend awarded to the best band In the state, position to execute orders as promptly station; one-fourth mile from churches, after a ten weeks' sojourn, visiting front: clerk, and C. II. Allenback aa. ;
neighborhood, as the guest of Col. brass or cornet, the contest to be held at a* may be desired. 'We bespeak for the postofflce, store, steam gristmill, etc. friends and relation ID Georgia., She night' clerk. ,,, '

O. Wlnans, expects to return to town Lake City during the tobacco fair on new firm an Increased measure of public There are on the place a large/ first-class was accopanled by her sister-in-law, Mrs. ___._,___ ,_.! '
morrow morning on the steamer St. Oct. 27 and 28. A circular blank, setting favor so, generously bestowed on Mr. modern house and barn with, an inexhaustible W. J. Groover. '

lugustlne. forth an outline for the contest, has been Paddlson In the past.' supply of pare water from a The Epworth League held a very Interesting A Fine Hotel for Sale.;

handed by ns to the Indian River Band bored well, with a force pump, steel ; Our -
I ,Editor Chas. H. Walton,.of the INDIAN meeting, /Sunday night. '
Among tbe down-river In
fewn this people of Tltusville, which organization will, we RIVER ADVOCATE Titusville, and tower and windmill, water-tank and pipIng next meeting will be Oct. 17th. Business Owner wishing to retire will sell the) i.;
landers week were Attorney .1. T. trust, endeavor to make a bid for first Dally Daytonlan, Daytona, Fla., I I. In ; also tenant house In rear with good, meeting before regular session. All oldest and best known transient and

harper,; John Miami Houston; Capt.: Eau W. H.Gallie Sharpe Jno., place among the state bands. the city,'the guest of Hon. Dwight 'W* new canning-house and frost and fire- members are requested to be present. family hotel In Asheville. N. C. Small' w
; stone and brick cash Central location and'
pallor, Ankona; A. L. Hatch City -Mrs. Walter R. Watson arrived In Tuttle, and expects to return to New proof storagebuildingwith The followIng'' named pupil are on payment.
outfit for fruit Apply
clot; Jno. H. Same, Courtenay; bag E. town from Jacksonville, Saturday even- York to-morrow. He reports the orange In a complete with canning the roll of honor for the past two weeks: valuable frontage.LOOK Box COS '
glass jars, together recipes. ,
groves of some_ of townspeople to.Be China Pearl Mlms Belle
husbanda Herndon
lOll last In company with her Carrie Asheville N C. p
popular and well-known engineer/: on looking In fine condition, many of the nese. Jlmmle Chin, George Straban, Bernice ,
-According to the Jacksonville Jonr- the steamer St. Augustine.' Mrs. Watson trees being covered with orange.'Among Strahan, Susie Mlms, Bobble Strab&n.Mis : I, II- '
al, the Florida East Coast Railway has those having. and pine- hundred choice varieties of fruit tree In A Bararalu.130 .-
Hale who orange grove ",
(nee Miss Septa ), was formerlyone *' Mary Burtu 'and Mis. Stella
en mortgaged to the Colonial Trust favorite ladies apple plantations at Rockledge and other full bearing; also lot of berries, currants -
of Tltusville's ,
o., of New York, for$7,260,001papers has not been here for some young,years ,past, puvea on Indian River are U. P. Share, bealth etc. On account of poor fields Mlms, left of labor Monday, kiss for Burtn their respective to take acre of fine vegetable land.' Situ. {

o that effect, It states, having been filed and her many friends are glad to' nave Dr. C. II. Howland, I. E. Brown, Mrs. E. the pace will be sold much below of the school at Grant and Miss ated on the peninsula near the Narrow,
n the Its value You will make mistakeIf charge ,
office of Duval county's clerk, her in their midst again. Mrs. Watson A. Cbatileld C. W. Blakoslee. A. D. friend frontage on the Indian River and the '
igned by Mr. H. M. Flagler, and his pri- Is I a guest of the Indian River hotel.., Baldwin and others; while D. W' Tuttle, you do not examine this property. Cat Mime them at Tropic successful many ocean. I.JOOO: refused for It' four yearn
ate secretary, Mr. J. C. Salter. A: D. Perkins, W. A. Woodward, C E. or write to L. BJUDBUHT Write; ,, wish a year ago.: Will be old for $700 to close e*>,
Attorne'y C. C. Chlllingwortb late Woodward and others of citizen Webb Mill, N Y. school Addres S. I. S. "
-Major J. A. Enslow of St. Au- our are I > Mime opened Tuesday morning, tate. "
jr. Atlanta
in ,while of West Palm Beach, but now of more or less interested In property ocr I Sept.,2Mth, with a full attendance, under '. ADVOCATE office.. S}
justine, was town a short yesterlay -
was In town a day or so the end of last Indian River. Over 173.00O crate of the able management of Miss Vabt J
obtaining signatures to a petition NEW GOODS s0Kline's.
week, on his way to the flrst-namec were shipped this arriving every 'day Ballenfante of Cullevka. Tenn. Both
pineapples summer ,
M President Mr. ; To ISxctiange.!:
McKinley asking Do not fail to call and
C. Jackson where be has been sojourning .a and, taken on the ,whole, the country' patron. and scholars extend a hearty, ; '
Arthur Florida's representa-
Ins them. '
I'eatthe World' Fair, be appointed few days among his many friends last Mr. seem to be returning to Its former prosperous welcome to tbe new teacher. Fine, new, twoHstory dwelling, 7 rooms,' 1'
of weekIn
most \
Chilllngworth spent condition. ,Travel to tbe East
ne commissioner for this state to the In with Mr. Geo. Tbe Mlm school will give a literary fitted with water and gas throughoutand
Orlando, company of Florida will be the
Coast ;
aria very great 1I0ne'lor Sale. bath situated on the corner
Exposition: in 1000. Major En- entertainment fourth Friday afternoon room;
Mr. A. F. .
ow, who left the same day for Miami M. .Bobbins, representing Hunt Gleason land coming winter, and a great many of our from one to three o'clock through of Firs Street and French avenue Sanford
tnd Quimby in the vs. northern resident are anxiously 'looking Two barrel of good palmetto he Fla. two' Iota surrounded by
cabbage cordially
Key West, gave us a call while here. mentioned In Issue of Oct. 1st. out term. All are Invited on
case, Informed that our the has been forward to the trip south. : honey, well matured, for ale; CO cent to attend. We also extend an Invitation Iron fence sulphur ,and city water.
We are ease )lr. bhare own a very large hotel at Address O. G. Would exchange for house and land :-on ,
We) are offering rare bargains ladles', again until November, at per gallon. to our friend and patron to call on ,n*
postponed of the
Rockledge, wa one most
car AOTOCATK Indian River equivalent $:'JOOO. ,
ents' school hour y
and children' and it during
furnishings, which time It i I. thought the ownershipto
popular resort en Indian River last< rifle. E 8.
TltusviUe N. ,
III' be worth your while to see n* bear the land In question will be fully deter .Iater.-Eyenlng (New Haven, Conn.Leader. .) Address .. care,ADVOCATE, tt
purchasing elsewhere. worth to A.Baker-* Klondlke.
mined. Mr. O hilling came up TltnsvlleVia. ,
JtTtXU KU2TE. Tltnsvllle yesterday, to remain a day or Bare Chance. {,

before proceeding home., AN ELEGANT LINE OF SHOES Jut For rent, a finely-located bakery In r Hotlce.

Bones Wanted. I received at Klino's; price right. For sale, on RIdgewood avenue Day Melbourne, Fla. Apply to or address -
NEW DRESS GOODS-a beautiful line tona. a very nice residence and Improve X... M. Jomraov, The town registration books' are DopeD #
Save :your bon.--and; tend them to the tan now be found at Julius Kline' Public. lot, In a desirable location. House I* Melbourne, Fla.' at the council room, and will remain
To The
acbonYlUe Fertilizer Co., South Jack- now rented, and pay tea 'per' cent net. open between the hour of 33tt

qTllle, l'Ia", Will pay each for them. Do You Want Firewood? I ___ This I* worth your attention. Sugar Cs- nfor Sale.. and 4:Silo dally, until ten day before the 'F' ,y

'I have this day, formed a co-partner Address, .C. H. W./' ,- municipal election. i a
PEK3N DUCKS for sale; very fine spe- Twenty cord stove wood, deliveredIn ship wit& Mr. 'Albert Bennett, and bespeak ADVOOATaOffice, Seventy-five' thousand angst cane for O. CABT-EtWBaT X W+Y

clmens; only $3 for two duck. and a Tttnsville, *4J50 per cord, for cub. for the new firm the continuance TltiuvtUe, Fla. sale. For further. particulars, address Clerk.,

dzake.' Address, Address WOOD of your patronage K/ Bennett U a A.,T; FfJASTZR" : : ,
W. BAIXAKD, Mimi, Fla.VATfcn Care ADVOCAT gentleman of long experience: In the lumber !OPENING UP TO-DAY aaeJepatUaelAd. TltusviUe, Kla.. Wanted.
business sad I feel ,ore that TOOT *
REPAIRING done by Anthony Buds for Sale. Interest will be well eared for. All aeoount ... Dress GAJU Gooda. A C By experienced man care of :orange' Its .,
Grapefruit WALKER.IT .
Bro... West Palm Beach )L. dee... to this date will b. paidto *KH valuable- hotel property on the Indian frov. o* pineapple pl.DtatlCIL'''Frnlu*., a

Five nundred grapefruit buds, ODe7e8I' me. Thanking. yon1 for your many; River.; folly furnished, for'aall. a. Bower and ornamental ground' :Ac-r ?f "k',
(Remember the ADTOCATC Tltns- old, $JO 100. Also budded oran favor In the past I am, your truly. YOU NEED a Good and I one-third original ooat.Addr. coontanU reference ''Addr*** O..: .' ; ,
per .
i11e, doe. all kinds of Job printing. Give tree-. B. A. 0.7. PAADMOBV Widely-read Newspaper' ,, Subscribe tot ***, .L 8., In W. AahleJ'at :
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'fl : the GAMES FOB, HALLOWEEN.Fireside -State Of Ohio, City of Toledo, I l ,.. Michigan Lumber and Mannfactnri"
; -In next issue of the ADVOCATE : Lucas County. 1

Those Dreadful Sores r ; mucus; vperandi of harvesting, packing, .- Frank .1..Cheney.makes oath that be Is MANUFACTURERS, '
I of F. J.. OF -
la ,
and shipping twill be given. Diversions Keeping: the senior partner of the firm

rt '} 'They Continued: ;Spread In Spite / J. .G. B. "With: the .Traditions 'of. All of Cheney Toledo Co.County, doing and business State In aforesaid the City, Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Staff,, Sidings Floorii

? of Treatment but Now They are Saints'' Day. and that said firm will pay the sum of !
,i Experience.Soene Hundred Dollars for each and every ll1 -1 u)
Work. A Gammon One
Healed-A Any Innocent1 joke* perpetrated .In a of Catarrh that cannot be cured by, Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll
"Fat many years-I have been a great I.-Mr. Johnson Is obliged to give spirit of friendly mischief, will'benefit case Catarrh Cure. Wad

z r 1 1 sufferer with varicose veins on DIM of mylimbs. ; up his work,, remain in the' house and, Halloween night. Tile Idea of the olden the use ef Hall's FRANK J. CHKNXT. Good work and"material at low'' prices. Take Main' street, car line to mlllyoffice.
s4 and limb.became dreadfully take care ef himself on account of ft.dreadful In
+ .- .My foot and subscribed. oW
t h, of his' time centred around the pairing of lad Sworn to before me .
I could scrofula sore on one ,
swollen. Wben-I stood up this 0th day of December,,
n /l hence the chestnuts put my presence
and lass, were
t feel the blood'rushing. ; down tha-reins of limbs. A. D. 1880.. Telephone (old line) 485. Jacksonville
r testimonial
n.-Mr. Johnson reads :a
accidentally alt my: Scene before the fire to test the future of those Fla"
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this limb. One day troubles '
tells of scrofula
object and a sore broke ... which whose names they bere: If they burned {S-----l. } A. W. GLBASON.
foot Sfrainst Home He
r' i / cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. resolves } J Public.hail's .
t" g 1'' eat which .Continued to spread and 'was to try It, sends fora, bottle and steadily the courtship would] go well. If *__ Cure Is Notary taken -Internallyand
I concluded ,I It. the course of true love Catarrh '
exceedingly paiiifaL. begins: taking they popped apart ) the blood and mucous
acts directly on
; ; needed a blood purifier and I began taking, scene 111..1\1': \ Johnson has taken eibottles lx would not run smooth. Hand-glasses surfaces of the system. Send for HARRY
a ; Ills MASON
/% r; Hood's Saruaparllla. In a abort time of'hood's Is cured.HarsiiparllU.Ho Is feeling with apples beside them should be testimonials, free. & ft
scfofulrv !sore!
rut those dreadful Bores which had caused ban a good appetite and I is placed] here and there, s6 that the modern F. J. CHKNE'Y & Co., Toledo, O. I
t t t me so much suffering, began to heaL I stronger 'for Bl3r Sold by druggists,. 7Bo.' rlH. +
able to attend to his work. He Eve may ,eat her apple and .wait ,
t 'r 1t; kept on .faithfully with Hood's Banaparllla testimonial tolling of hta' experience Adam over her shoulder. MA ON Jk co., Jobbers In. Fine Imported '
; ? t and In a abort time my limb was with Hood's Sarsaparilla, and. recommends to.peep .To clean sponges when very foul, wash .
'however will be
eompletely healed, and the sores gave me It to'others.. Greater pleasure them In diluted\ tartarlo acid, rinsing I W By, Street, .

''11 ,no more pain. I cannot be too thankful found lu the games which all may play. them afterwards, in water; It will make JACKSONVILLE:,, and Cigars |
;rti l for the wonderful work: Hood's Sanapa- A GRAND OALA WEEK.Jacksonville The tub of water/ with floating apples then very soft and white. .lqnors' fligd(

u' t tl rllla, has done for me."? HB .. A. E. which must be lifted out 4by the, teeth

GiLBONT.'lIartland; Vermont. Intends- ; to hold a gala: alone, and the fork suspended from the Dcmt Tobacco Spit and Smoke lour Life Array.T Grade Whiskies Etc
? 'Sarsa- Itl'IIgbted candle at one quit tobacco euslly. and forever; be magnetic ,
; !; ceiling, with .
week on November 8th, Oth, 10th, llth full of lite nerve sad vigor take NaTo
hood ,S'p.arlUa ar.d 12th, and ,this city, will, on' that, occasion end, and the apple, from "which! a, bite Bao.the wonder-worker. Mint. make weak men .., ......'
1 T Blood Purlner, Is to be taken, at the 'other, will cause trodgr. All druggists, tea or'1. Cure guaranteed WbiHkle*-Imported and Domemlo!t Southern Belle, Rook anA Rye/.IromBrandleH .
"'i Ji, Is the been act the One True try and hospitably' entertain' all sample free. 'Address blackberry AI l
Booklet and, peach ; and peach and honey,.., f ,, ftOJIOf
: I aU lire* Ills. aj cents. who come' within Its environs. much merriment.-.- The :search for the Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or New Yoik.r -Holland- Old.Tom, eto.Wineilport' ......,... :.......... '...., ...... .,.._....,.. ,...,,,,.I.. fr.rmIaOpe rnnOins : e
.Hood's.PillsMsure ...
ti much The : .. .. .... .. ..from .
also enjoyed. Rum
a There will be> bicycle races by, .rack: ring In flour1 Is r Sherratawba..'MuVcatelV aai4t, eto.Vfroui., .. .,,..V. ,.. ..'........|lJ2| {'
; -_. ---- -- fire flour containing a ri -- deepest .v.
cyclers from all over the' country; .... .\.. .. .. JIOf
II ti each cut off Ashton-r-depth Bottled Beer..r.n.... .... ... "J. ; &.r. ." .... ....trom$1apy;
: PINEAPPLE CUaVCTJItlS AT, men's tournament, In'which all- the fire large platter. The'guests the Moss colliery. near J53T* All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. ,

''r companies In the state will coin pete} military a slice with a knife, and tbe'o'ne un- 2,820 feet. Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requeated, without a

J r EDEN., and fantastic' paraded, fireworks, covering the ring must pick,It .up' with Fires are much more frequent:In York tra cost. Money! refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company wij
--.--- his teeth. portion to population, In New- not take liquor Co O. D, Send money with order to save delay and trouble.
trades display eto., etc, etc. In short, than In either London or Paris. 'Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
J { j (From our Special! Correspondent.). everything'will be done to.entertain the Lead, melted in large Iron fortunes spoons, may 301, 307, 809, 311; W Bay St., (Mason Block), JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
+" 4 LINWOOD. 11.>G>,, people who come. be dropped In water and: .
'I I from the shapes which it. assumes. -,--- '. -
EDEN, VLA., Oct. 6, 1887. : Special low rates, have been obtained '
11 I from 'the railroad companies and hotels, Great amusement may be had ,by ,placing E. WlNCUENBACii: Manager.', F. M. BURST, TreM The ,cultivation of the as' ? about.three inches
hickory nutA
two ,
pineapple and Jacksonville will endeavor to make '
conducted In flils or' heart in' front of an .
the' open
\ apart, on { T 'MACHINE
l. from I the trip of all' who come a pleasant one. A FLORIDA WORKR'IRON'
; : p lair Florida, In an Interesting study Now Jacksonville Is the metropolis of flre.;' One is supposed to -represent the
'f tho preparing of the soil to too harvestIng : girl who places it there, and the/other, ,
and the of thatcityearneatly
the people '
state, .
and shipping of the fruit. mentally
desire to be more "in touch" with] her as yet undeclared, but 'and BRASS, CASTINGS.General .
r the
Tho of the soil
adaptability along
chosen lover.' Should the 'nuts' burn
week ,
their fellow\ citizens. This gala
western shore ef the Indian River, and festival for the purpose of brightly, a happy marriage will result. Hepairing Promptly & Accurately Done

both,) shores of the Santa Lucia river!! for gotten up Should the nut 'named after the man '

''Iu oealilful pineapple culture, has become :' bringing relationship thetiest with of the the people state who into live closer In jump toward the nut named after the Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, HangenJ

I ; N IG J, such a thoroughly 'c tab\1\ hed .fact that proposal before .
y the biggest city in Florida, and for thllreason girl she may expect ICCIVCD THe .and Boxes In Stock.
the land la commanding what, under ordinary .
thonsant the next .new moon.-October' Ladies' 'HIGHEST AWARD tOI PURITY. Sash Weights I and Orate :
we hope to see many -
it 1 circumstances, would be considered Journal. Saw Mandrels of all Slial

I high figure: but, when the ,most people here on tbat, occasion Jacksonville Home pars a Specialty.. Furnished.

? conservative calculation la. made of the, Is growing more rapidly'than any ROBT. W. SIMMS,
I' other city In the south, and all Florldlans ''The fastest trains on the"'continent
+ returns that can' bo realized from this
S"C'G-.4.EI. MXX.iXj.Telephone .
land if managed In i the ;'grow no doubt are proud of this fact, but are the expresses of .the Northern{ Railway SOLE 'GENT, AMD: .
properly '
1 i Their speed Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Elversldt|
we want our friends the state to 'see Company of 102. .
Jng of. pineapples, the prices asked, axe .
: (I 1 excessive. ? for themselves, and we trust there will Is" thirty-six miles an hour.. ;Wholesale Liquors JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
110 not disproportionately .' j s '.
be a outpouring people
1 Notwithstanding the larfge'area now
cultivation{ { during the gala week.< A warm welcome No-To-Bao for :Fifty Cent. '. :Florida. "
under successful! there is i ii avery Jacksonville -
q will be given everybody who comes. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure make weak o =: .A's$ :eI0: : M &:; co.,|
:' Idle In ,
large acreage./ lying Jts .primeval men strong, blood pure. too,$1. All druggists.The B3T" Write for Prices.
i r4 state, awaiting the advent of the Don't you think 'you can arrange to __;= DEALERS JIN -

1 ,thrifty planter to turn It Into a veritable bring your' family also? You will'enjoy cost of running a first-class ceansteamer' ALEX NEAB. KRNE8T' TATLOB. Fine; : __'Winof; and: Ll.ctuors: ; ,
t "Klondike. This land, according to the trip; Don't forget.the dB.te.. November country'and .

i '1 location, can, be ''purchased at a price i 9th, 10th, 11th and :12th.. Jacksonville Europe, for between the round this' trip, Is about NEAR & TAYLOR: "\\t'i k 417 410 W. Bay'St.,

I from to three hundred\ dol- _will give you a warm welcome JACKSONVILLE, FU
ranging fifty
1 i '::10,000.Thll, Includes wages, coal, .,. ,
'lars per acre. The preparing of the soil, i (Successors to John McAllister.) RICH WINES create good rich h*
I" Look for the facts demonstrated by ex food, etc. III I thy blood. Don't make the mituki
ready for the out of the plants '
setting Contractors .. buying flour wine beeau.11
Thousands and thousands of Artesian' Well poor
G cost from fifty to: seventy-five dollars perience. LI' cheap. It ID not. It baa a natty
people suffering from the effects of Impure ?i as i greeable effect the system, "hlltl
per acre. The plant; which must be blood have bpen cured by Hood'sSarsaparllla. 'WT"/ If you'need any job we "7 ,D .. good; wine" is really upon not expenilre. nil
w share of it. GALLIE FLA. '
shall be pleased to get a gives you that pulled-togellier, 11II.
purchased by tho now beginner, will cost r satisfied feeling.
i fron) four to five dollars per thousand,, EjrWe make a Specialty of' North C
nna Mountain Dew Corn
I according to stookerlea and varietywhile ; Hood's Fills act easily and promptly on ; :'" '";( : ? years old, $2.50 perJacksonville gallon.fartlei .
bowels. Cure sick headache. ,, living In Dry Towns will I
the liver : :
of the varieties cost ;l
some fancy '.... 't/,.:,,:' ." well to order from its ss..e can unl
> anywhere from ten to thirty cents each. them 50 per cent on all order
J Don't judge byappearan es. shabby with ordmX ,"
J3FAlways send money
The "lied!
Spanish" to
variety '.
appears sat
i We will not new account
and trousers contain \ .< open
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coat patched may
meet with the most favor, and brings .t, suitable referenced fin
an editor, while the man who wears .a -' No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry TomAgent
the best returns( the sit lplI and suckers .. )": + for Indtanopolls' Brewing %
y bat be delinquent 4/4' a a\ ,,W
high-toned plug a
may ,Indlanapolli
< Brewers and
'of this"valety can be bought at from N ,
/ three to live dollars per thousand. The subscriber.. Augustine News., ; "r.' *".-r... 'II Reroutes Malt Tonic, |2J2I! per case; Clayton &|Russell Wild Cherry Brandy|4.W peraue.
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plants, when set twenty-four inches distance ,

each way-leaving a pathway every natural To retain color an abundantrhead to a good old of age hair':' the ofa BICYCLES] y>: is Best hoe AlLM .

.twenty-fifth wwm'numbeD about hygiene Of the scalp must be observed : -: .THE PAINT STORE

ten,thousand\ to the ,acre ,If 22-ln9he Apply Hall's.Hair Kenower. .

;apart-as many are planting thetn .'

,'" vethoneandoan'be planted to''the Advertising Is never too 'good. ,If It LUTHT '
;:acre: After, they -have ". been' set long doubles a business once, 'It ,ought to be ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

enough to take root-a period of' from, made to do It again.-Dlxey.; FOWLER, $100, $75.00. "

Ii--: two to four weeks-they are treated to ''A damp cellar will cause many kinds

the first application of fertilizer; this is of sickness, and great attention should CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00.V, : 7V\/al.J.' Pa p ors: ,
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usually cotton seed meal, and ,Is applied be'pald'to the'proper airing and draining. I" "
',by band to the heart of the plant;' after WESTBTELD' $75.00, $$60.00l/, '

this, the fields are gone over with 4he ".. 9u.tside Cold Water; Pni lt.

aonm -boe, to keep down the weeds, and '..'

prevent' the soil 'from becoming ,hard : : :. : B.' F. M t UER, 'Jr:; .. I. E. .BAIRD & CO.;

Around the plants. This process of treat- I : .

ment Is continued at stated'' Intervals,'as 4Wben \ ,><<:,*-- Jacksonville e, Florida. 53 West Bay &; Laura Sts., .. .. .. JACKSONVILLE, rli|

t conditions may require. Bone and blood ,t ,*&7*!' '

'y fertiliser is used to nourish the plants tot nr- With Freyer, &"Bradley; ....Music.. do, ''" s .I, Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnlshqs,, and Room'Mouldings.

a great extent; also] tobacco dust; theN ')<' ., .
latterj aside from its fertilizing qualities, : an Innocent .-., ;,\, .". .. YABA
AND MH.L8.Pnlmtka .
AW ..
man is jailed H
by: Il t. l
effectually subdues the only] Insect dan- : mistake he prefer >4.4: ; / e .. Fla Eo Bar: 8t., :root of Cstta'

serous to the plant-(this t.! a:little red ( to come out the I" t ,

: d :spider).. If.proper attention Is given the lime'war: he went in. '. ':' \ ,' '. : .. WILSON' CYPRESS COMPANY
j He may: break jail and be ,
__ In of .. -
: growing plants the matter' hoeing aught and put back again. '. "" 1 .
and fruit will He'd rather have the door -r. f t
fertilizing, some result on- (
i v ; '. ,' Manufacturers of -
locked and walk out and \ yy1eQ -
within the first twelve months; but the Hay out. ,
second year's crop can be depended upon A sick maD I I. a prisoner la j" Limber and Lath
: the jail of disease' he has pone Cypress Shingles
:81. bearing freezes
largely (barring ) -
1 ; in by: some door of carelessness QEORO. :MARX. i JODN rfARZ: ,
t and, besides, enough slips and suckers or neglect or irregular living, .. 8hlns.
can' be obtained from the plants to and he must unlock this same M: 3i.RX SROS.: A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, C "'
door by caieful sensible habits it i
quadruple the acreage. It Is at this if he wants to be a free, well man again. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.

. stage of the culture, that the thrifty If dyspepsia and biliousness or constlpaUoo -Wholesale Dealers_ In mouldings of all patterns a specialty. I
is i the way he got into disease, be has and ee nfc l
planter begins to realize" the Fruit" Q.6. Produce. When at home write us for prices wben pp our way, come
possibility got to overcome: just those troubles before O-xocexlos: : : : ; ,.,
of profitable returns. There will be no he can get out. 131 and lea Ewe Bay Street and suad-8Newaaialtre**, -
The majority of diseases begin with
more buying of slips 'and suckers> for trouble of the: digestive organs or of some the Tac] leolnvilio: a Florida.: ,

', him, but, on the other hand, he will have liver which prevents the supply of proper DAWSON

other enough new for beginners.his own use and to sell to Golden remedy nourishment) Medical for these to the'troubles Dr.The Pierce'best ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. w. ": ..'. ,

,If all goes :well, and the plants are the digestive' to assimilate andblot.making'organsrower food and transform it We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Wholesale and Retail. ,

carefully nurtured, after the first ;year, Into pure nourishing blood, vitalized with guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Graiinand Feed. We Want
'. they will yield about 400 crates to the an abundance of red COrpUIIC e.. your Oranges and.Vegetables. Give us a trial-and yon will be pleased. MERG@!
y > It acts the liver
\ upon and gives WINE .&
acre, ;yielding] a net return all expenses it directly)ter all bilious impolitic MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LIQUOR

J deducted-of say, 'l ota. per crate, or out of the circulation.: It builds up solid f
muscular flesh and healthy nerve-force.: .
,; $300 per acre, making ten acres ;yield In obstinate constipation\ the "Disco.'

93,000per()()( annum; and so on, In the ery": should be uaea in conjunction: : with Fla.
ratio.These'figures considerably Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet, the meet natural !4: oha C 11 1 1 19 West. Bay St.,- Jacksonville,
same are and thoroughly: scientific: laxative ever agx ocery....
Y1 / below the net results as- realized devised. The .'"Pellets" regulate and invigorate Wines Hai
4 the stomach liver aad bowel Fine Old Liquors Imported and .Domestic ,
i J by an Eden ridge plantation this season; ': One ia a gentle laxative ; two act as a mild H. A. 'HENRY Proprietor.Wholesale ,

therefore, they are conservative.. cathartic.. : and Retail Dealer. .
My wife had MB>ed for aeven yean with dy*. Mexican and :Florida Cigars;
Good soil, proper'preparation of. the pepaia, sick headache and m.Uv.aes.," wtiUa .

1 y h same; strongvigorous plants, well Co."IT.' Aloaao N. H..DJannaa.**we tried of many. Danbarton doctor: ,Merrbnack sad away ***STAPLE '!lID FANCY .GROCERIES., .*** FINE FANCYR.4 1ERI'

t, 4 ( ,trimmed, and set,'. judicious'''fertilising hlaiuof M4MIMtat, all. wervef so...a .We t nd God
aad frequent booing.. I Is. bound to bring VUCMMV Eawweiy.1 mm bbauss of Mr yonMMn wfca tae *rtaeMa Bfeotcal ;Writ' or. call for our Cash Price List,which please. you.Log WHT3KETS from $2.00 Per\Gallon upwards: I-lnmdle Dcr-ComPO

... returns to the planter.''rather In excess "'Iete'. MS_eMrhf re ared -"y"wtik's.. *. ..**..,. laiD and 33.West WgryW Streets. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ..fdee List upon appncatloD. Tour. Jnr' sa0 bclfoited.i ._,.____

3 ., tkan. below,' 'the figures above"quoted. SZfXt..--.Z&SZS."to .' Telephone No. ado.. ''. /.>you.widi to open an account; yoaemast gk-a ta1.1, : J'U.


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WALTZ: *8.GIAatM. The Land Department- of the Florida HIS GREAT SPEECH.. HODGES' & GODFREY
1 rin a a yWettoll GRAHAM Hew Bill Merits ...... 'M....... His INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. : .
BINS & East: Coast Railway Co. desires 'SOMETHING !I
to make .
Oorg.o.S Adore_... 1..111 at the Armory, over county inns every Manufacturers of
an exhibit of the W>eda7 erasing In the
products and resourcesof : nxmth.atso'rhtrk.
It the fat drummer who told the
Welt' ATIORNKYS-AT-LAW was A.T, F.AUTKK,(agtaln. I
the East! Coast of Florida( at the story and he told it well tau ;I Yellow Pine Lumber

Ili B o' 10to 12 a. mi, State Tobacco Fair, to be held at Lake "Bill Morris" be-said, '"was a man be furnished to ene* pui..lmser 'of nay I ,
IIoURena L"tD&l'IINDK ORDER GOOD of the lan"III I
to 4 City on the 27th and 2th of October, who lived in the town in Indiana where TEMPLARS.Titusville following Hieviml county I .KOUQII MtB88fcl: *\
Lodge No.. 11 Right front on the north side of M*itn ,
rjsvnxB. :, Brevard Co., Florida. 18 7. Mr. 8. W. Rowley, of San Mateo, I was born. Bill was a shrewd fellow ..>enint t-SO: In rnmbyterlan seem vlinrch every,T'nav. Uubllu street, Tltusvlllf. lilpitrlnn ilghts "x- Orana.Hox ...."d.,' > .-*
,x 108 Fla. has and it wasn't long after he got into keeUnK Brat Tueil y In wch month .
'la. been end to the .
charineK.Hnil thu Wharfextends
fpraotloi In aU the court_Ut and fad placed in charge of this business before he C.GARDNER, O.- W. City Fruit. A >>..!nliliLumlter *>".....
exhibit was making plenty SCUBa: along the hit on the aniiiti aide
and all .
parties interested will .
faoilitle tor examining and perfect- of Like ai good other Beu't. ..T.CHVRCIIKS. There U delivered at any part< f t Indt.nRiver.
al money. many a large nn the lep l t> at
on throiMrli
address hill nf
him lading.
hd title or the undersigned as to people Bill thought that a diamondwas he bulkhead of the City Wharf which IIIK biiiUfinir:; on the Kasl Count Anrotiv, wiuilii: rontrmplxt.,:: iln sell!;! u> +

articles for exhibition space, etc., etc. an immediate 'voucher for wealth, goes with the property, and 1,(>jllit /..tof writfwprioes.ThelSnwmlllls.Inym.fentM' ,
CARY-ELWES, Tobacco the East Coast, In and he. bought one as soon as he had -. rentable> property slung the city landing. JtrT.dIK.WRy.,-" tnlltm Hniitli of /1'W'ltkll. ,

t CO PUBLIC all stages of preparation and manufacture the price. Times were good with him, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ]Vice of' property,. Including warehouse, SatHiima flight) .'uhu""nr .0.. Fla.NATIONAL .
NOTART : 2,000. ..
will be and he bought two.more diamonds before the --- iIy
STATE AT LARGE. particularly acceptable; to Sarrloe anil and. 4th Sundays In each
gather with such Information will aid long Iud had them made into studs. -lib,at U a. m.and t 100 p.'u. Sunday school I : = :--:--
writlng, ta'xes: paid for. non- as .' afterward invitation S T.,y Sunday at a-.sxi a. m Kventng prayer' Four and a half area of land .Ito tbeI -a
"Shortly Bill got an .
In the development of this I p.,1" on WeaneeiUj's, Litany .ice southeast .
outs, rents and accounts collected, crop.. Sugar to a wedding. Be put on a low Friday at 10 a. m. en ) every quartan of southeast quarter Home-Seekers
Correspondence solicited cane, fruit andjvegetables of all varieties of section 20, township 21,. tooth 1
(etc. out and fastened bis three diamond R v. B, V, Bmowj Rector. range +
jtuiville '- Florida. efc. vest S3 But, at Minis station, on the-J..T. A
HiI 1igd etc., ; In order that etude ia his shirt bosom. Then he went PIUC8BYTKRIAN CHURCH. K. W. R'y, four miles) north'of Titus- .,REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. M

products of the East Coast may be specifically to the wedding prepared to make a I Tllle.\ This lain the western part of the I .

5f. M. GIVEN, and attractively shown to visitors. sensation. But, strange to say nobody Sunday Service school every at Sabbath l.::4o a at, m.II a, .Chas m.jjid: ttardner 7.30p.m., Turnbull hammock and has. been all -

All articles' intended for exhibition noticed his diamond studs. Bill was 7t30.Prayer meeting on Wednemlay' evening cleared ready. to be set .to orange trees. Exchanging': Property fox Property a

i 1 |VIL ENGINEER A SURVEYOR should be marked plainly, with name surprised and grieved.' Be didn't know I at tend| oar The Mrvlce public cordially invited to at ['rice fJBO.Tho : Specialty. Send DeHcrlptlnif of what ?

Cocoa,, Brevard Co., Florida. and address. of owner, shipped to Mr.S. what to do or say. He stood round under H. :M. GOUMCUH Paetor. yon have, And what you wfcnt.
the gaslights and turued and twist southeast ot the northwest
'eaan I surveyed and classified, mapping W. Rowley, Lake City, Fla., (F. E. C.Railway ed himself so that the gems sparkled BAPTIST CHURCH. quartet of section 18, tuwnship.2lsouth MALABAR Indian River,, FLORIDA <

sop Ely done; special attention to) plans Exhibit; ) on or before October and glittered tremendpusly, but still Preaching every .neoond arid fourth rang !(tfl east; 40 sores Onehalfof O. C. CARUOfcL, r

" ip specifications of structure work, 20th, 1897, by freight. Be sure to ad- no one said a word abou' ,tbe three morning and evening Pray* Meeting Sunday" every, this Is excellent hammock land and
nhtb ges, buildings, etc.,and all branches vise Mr. Rowley, by letter of ,..allship diamond itods. Wednesday evening .t 1 HH> 'oluok. Sunday the other half la muck land It Is situated Real Estate Agent. r rt
"'" kvil engineering. every Sunday atO! aa..rn. AlNonreaohnir within three-quarters ot mil of
rllk ments, as welt us giving full {written In- "Finally, just before the wedding Brut Sunday at L.Aren >ud Sumlay, a
Oak Hili. All Invited Mimi station and four miles north ofTltusvllto.
are cordially
n, EPIIEN E. FOSTER, formatlon iuclr as may be necessary in supper Bill went to the toastmaster B A.flitiQKB to,attend.Pastor. ..- A very desirable property Choice.. .

order that products may be.exhibited to and asked him to be permitted to speak. Road passes through tho property to the te"vu Wines, Liquors

ATTORNEY-LA.W, the best advantage.: They sat down to supper and Bill triedin METHODIST CHURCU. station Price, $300.
and Cigars
to get somebody to mention -
every way
A list of will be .
premiums published, Regular Horvlce flrt .
oms 420 & 423, Gardner_ Building, in a short time, by the Fnlr committee; his diamond studs No one took !Sundays!School at II a. m.every and inn: third p, m.and, Sunday fourth OH THR ST.: L.VCIB BIVRR. ,; d *}n anui teoil Pure.
the! notice of them. Then
slightest came every Sunday at WiOO a. in. Kpwortb
LKSOXVILLB, '- FI.OBIDA. I also information as to rates, accommodations the; speaking Bill was called on and League each Sunday at ana: p. m.- Prayen ment- Lot 4, section 82, township :87> south I I Sold at red need
lugevery Tlmraday night( at rim. I'. m. Tile range 41 east, containing 77 acres. This prUe
'''W I I etc., eto. said i 'Ladies and gentlemen, I have LIIdl.. Aid Society moot every Wednesday .
tract; has a of mile front the
at 8:00: p. tu. Everybody, welcome an oliurul quarter a on Imported
been with interest to our
|. SCOTT.. ,GORDoN R. BUOOME, J. ,E. INOIUIIAM,+ listening great ervice. 3t,'Luole River, and lies a few hundred Tokay Win*. ll?
Land Commissioner F. E. C. R'y. what has been said here tonight. I, too, V; feet of
) COTT & BROOM ; I A. J, BEST, l'utor. west wburo- the Florida East from Italy
the lives of this will
hope couple ,
St. Augustine, Fla. young COAst R'y crosnea the river.-It has. a
. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW be .. happy as a flower and as bright a* nice front and U excellent pineappleland. John B. Togni "
my three diamond studs."Buffalo En-, CATHOLIC CHURCH. Price $itA{! par acre. We will not 1I
(over Bank) qairer. services at 10 .. m; every Sunday In out this lot. Metropolitan Saloon, 12l! East Bay St..
FADS OF FASHION. Church building. North Tltuivllle.. Children's.
Itml oateohlmu at I p. an. Apply or write to the JACKSONVILLE FLOIIIDA.Wholesale .
Florida. --- An II." ,
e EID..1IUIF } K.V.J.. r.O'BOTLB,Rector. ,
Bashes are in very general demand, "Oh I" shrieked the landlady, as the ROBI3INS & GRAHAM CO., and Ketall......'

f INOH S. JONES, and as they are becoming to almost all landlady's husband laboriously hauled Tltusvllle Flaw .

figures are likely to continue in popu from his pocket; a half emptied bottle. MUNICIPAL The Largest and Most Complete t'

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. larity. "If the worthless wretch hasn't drank Establishment South.,
A stylisji and popular cape extends: the brandy I sent him fort How am I 4D.1iOd..A.> MA.Y1In : ,

9 TUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA, about as low as the elbows. It ia quite to make my sauce?", It. F. Hull mayor i R. B. Sml hm..ball.J. A. every,section'at once' to sell staple CEO S. HACKER & SON M
Happenotta, tax collector t U. Cary-Kjwee: ,clerk : .
full the fullness being usually of "Madam, said the lady's husband : ,
I County Judge of Brevard County. and u".orl; J. M. DLon: -W. R;, Knox:, Geo goods to dealers; no peddling; experience "
\ straight widths gathered into a yoke. calmly ignoring the minor detail of the W.Bool: >l.,, R. O. .Borlmireour. Tho*. W. Lund unnecessary; beat wide line f70.00 a b

Among,the pretty models for dresses fate of the sauce "I josh been ez'oising counclluien.fourth Mondays The In each council month meet* second and month. Salary and expenses of large ,;i1 1tJ\ll'\

t GOLDSMITH,' it a narrow yoke with a sharp point my right as common carrier. Wen oommlsftlon made. Address, with 2 own.tamp : i iI.f

back and front Below tbe yoke in front railroad need fuel, soy take coal in COUNTY OFFICERS.SCHOOL for sealed particulars Clifton Soap

I Is a loose vest which .is tucked into a transit an I needed fueL tleer'-CiD-: Manufacturing Company' 'Clncln
belt. BOARD. ,

A fashion which sometimes seems to J.: B.' Snowden.\ Tltiiavlltet; A. L. Hatch, City dMANVFACTUILEItS.OF I{$
tusvtlle, More Ttuui Th... Point I 1>. E.Miller, Malabar DR. ,t'
p .. Florida. become quite popular is that of piping
'"I am afraid, said the optimist reluctantly ROYAL SY.PILLStllucwnllW'flv.nv. h'.f
or cords. This is a short lived style and COUNTY COMII -
"that; the lying machine our 8810Nltns. .ft
D. L. DODSON is by no means suitable tot elegant. ma friend talks is W. II. : :NCVKMFAIIA: -.f
about a mere fancy. Sharpe Sharpen, chairman) Joseph*' sate reu.u..roupo
terials. Mendel; LaOranire J. R. Walker, Tltiivllle o. oln'ul
S "No. replied tbe skeptic: "it Isn't I auanty
Jno. Houston, Eau ( R. t
lalllel; 1) Ifoke,Jensen ly over 50,000
DENTIST.. Elaborateness ::is being displayed lathe even that. I have'beard of snob! thing Regular seionsarebeld6ntMonday, In elWb : '::OJ-ore,...."Same Ile. .

make up of sleeves. Many of them as a flight of fancy."Washington month. .mart'. ..... ... 1i.1I. I'

omo"over postofflce.IITUSVILLE are composed entirely of lace and-insertion Star .P.......J-..."." / : .! ?14;
others are tucked round and COUNTY OFFICIALS. .
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.- .- FLOBIDA. round and others are covered with row Th. -. Wlty.' Minor S.Jones, Tltuvnie, County Judge( D Doors Sash.' Blinds
of trimming. Your wife doesn't scorn to improvein L. Gaulden, Tltu vlll.., proHecutlnE attorney: I i Sold by J. B.'Screven, only.
A.A.Stewart,Tltuiville, olerk olrauit u .
1,. GAULDEN One of tbe handsomest waists of 'the health." 1'. Wooutn, Cocoa, tax AIIIsor.; K. W. fall. Moulding & Building Material, I tCaD

season is made of white china! crape. It "No. As fast as she gains strength Sharpen treasurer; ,tax J.collator H.BamaCuurte.ay; A.T. Feaster, Tltutvllle.. -The Walton Rapid Calking MaohlnHo.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, has Test, collar and cuffs of white satin she uses it up telling people what is Public instruction i J. O. Vrle; utp..rlht."I.eo' Orlaiul, one $8: No. two l"OUTDOORS $10: No. three, '1 d Office A Wardroom. Ming, opposite, -;.

I and a stock collar and bows of white the matter with her!" Chicago Record. county surveyor|J..p.Brawn XltusTlIlo, *herl( Tltu.vlltol'la. Don Street.Charleston r'
Will tn all the State'Florida.
practice Courts of the *
,and. the United States Court' satin rbbon.} .It is. worn with a skirt of S.C. '
i Th Stuff to Bar r;
black satin made plainly >
'Dreamer asked Miss .Werker if X
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Loan. A has a.okeof brocaded the Sporting Magazine.---:
Money to ISPE novelty
velvet This yoke has long tabs of the might bum incense at her shrine. FISHING I Invaluable to the salt water fisherman, the fresh ,water fisherman Sash Weights 'Cord'and r

material that fall of Dasherly-What did she say' the grouse, quail, snipe, woodcock and hare shooter, the ,
) & CAMPBELL, same over Dreamer-Asked, "What' tbe matter buyblrd.and wild fowl Runner, the bin name hunter, tbe touristwheelman '

plaited Japanese crape. The with money?"-Evening Journal. I ,'photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOots Hardware,. t.
shoulders have sleeve shaped sections
I Subscription $1.00 per year. Write for sample copy '

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW \ outlined with bands of velvet. !. Thto A4. ne.d Aft. RESORTS j OEO LOUTIIEL. LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor, Window and Fancy Glass 'il

It; seems to make. less difference this ."Me madder was.divorced dis morn- No. 1 Madison Are., New York, N. Y. "

Jacksonville, Florida. year just what yon wear than how yon, In." A SPECIALTY.: !

wear it In. fact, some of the 6 cent "And mini,was married.:" j

EORGE W. ALLEN lawns and dimities make.. pretty and "Hnlly gee! I'll bet It's de same g0 YLAL'v;u

stylish dresses as one could wish for. It man!"-New York Truth. One 'Han Can Run '' This XPIMIINOI* : :
U the way they are mads and the fashion ,."
of wearing them. ..... His I.$$ JreIL '*' C l

Eey West, .- Florida. Dresses of muslin,'ovfaadte and ixi'9II. Chnbbs. you little boy doesn't O : \:

Will tiste have the rnffl. edged with narrow obey you very welt" VV I 'f.!
snd State practice In' the United States lace. There may be bat one or several "!lo be has never respected me since Ill l CD I If,Y.
9jun05TR. raffles on the skirts, and they.r I tried to enow bin how to>> fly a kite." .":s f! j '2.o. ,TMADI MARKS-: ;, ,

set either in in'clusters the foot or at Obioago Record. A. osalons.OOPYRIOMTR' 01 :-

F. H. HOUGHTON, regular intervals, covering about half .... tip
ia Ante nu vendlnc' a nketcli. and aeeerlotlon mar r .
of the skirt Mew YorkLedger.
the -
length Notice. r >i>, free, whether an Invention I i''

.* _ .8 2 oo probiiul7. ..r.r81t.J'r. ::: ) :: :;: ktv '
.DENTIST., In ABl....... We have a W.t ln.ujn 011I,. },.
STAGE GLINTS. In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of. .CJ i su Patentetakeu throiuth Mess A Cv 1'1"1 i
Florida Brevard '" pealal notice In the 1 I- 1/
[Daytona, Florid County; :> "
George Bignold is having successful I A. ,J. Held I c 0 8CIENTIFIO AMERICAN, 'I
c ,
VS. i Forwlofure.,, b Ion of ,
E.. SMITIT tour in New Zealand. a.J. Hal'llee,et. .l. ) OQ enr..x.nileeournal.wskyMrm.W.. 'a>ear| '',3'silo .
RALPH MrtT: Potter and Kyrle Bellew have AN fllilarle baTlnV been filed In thU court c5 I ,HWa.1& monlhe.1'tv..Tlsentlr.. Speolnlen..eoplM Add and.**UAHUUK :,
,Minor 8.Jnnun, attorney: for the oompUlnant -
ailed for England from Sidney Aus. ttmtftiK thfot the PHYSICIAN, I trails M. Well and the minor children of eald r. M. ;-sai' B....".", !...., Yerk. f heir;'
Well, name! Prank V. Wells Virginia A. MACHINERY "
: HANDLKfl ,
I I IJ. :Mason Mitchell will Walker Well, (Onto A. Well". LueetM Htelis and Kn- HOUBB. d
SAWFOBD, I FLORID manage gents Well, renlile without the cute of florid. This rteamboatIi3c I lonr,9M-ft.beam.- depth of hold I draw. ft Incne* 'of'water,and
Wbiteside "the young BosoiM. next and thaI t.helr mlileiiM. I If Jn the City' of New will run eight mile an hour Jlae cabin ra H feet, with"SM-tt.' h....|., York; and that .lei l minor/ reside with their Valley,8iit-ft.: Can accommodate or eliilit! periion* .Burns either wood or coal. Sul J
FRIES,' C..E.COUNTY father, the said F. M. W Kiln I ana that non. of for pleasure' pnrpon or light freight' or Hunlng l ulnee. We will daplloate tot tlftQO. or MY Nor HAVI: YWJl.'HUr'ANDArUJ.IWtf ,
J.O. 'Victor Manrel will probably return the said defendant are within the state ot will.alter to lull condition.,at prloee from 11axt.0U to Sl.\oo. r ,i
Florida. nor I I. there any person within the UIL..TIC'VEJlf8: KNOINEKniNO!: CO., ITKNCILKIEALS I'
of recitals /
for series
SURVEYOR. next to this falL country a tate rite bind-either erlce. of ot*ald a iiilinoena defendant upon. whomwould tIS & IW East Kay St.,jMhaonvltle, riav' Kn.lneere. Contr.......... ttl s. eqA 5 I IBM STrCLOIt .WA) ?",1ffif,:

Land! ",therefore, It entered that F. M. 11 c '
legally surveyed and sub-divided w'i: yon Sri i s HH SS CHECKS;
Anna Held is to have the principal and the minor children of .al Mapping Well, namely, Prank C. Well. Virginia A. S rPf WHiTrlS SUPttfel i''.
neatly Estimates foiAll tbe New York
"La at
r in Poopee"
part Well*, arace A. Well.. Looette Well* and Xiurenla ;"
kinds of engineering works. Disputed Olympla. Well lI do be and appear before the court Traveling.... TC BIGGEST PU&H& ."II" c'
at the Clerk1 of lc.In Tltiuvllle, upon the '
line. a specialty. Eugene. Canfield and George Richards irlBflT MONDAY IN NOVEMBER.A IJ 1WTto t.Any out walo.asrss t :,
are to try starring again next season tn'My make aiuiwer to the bill of complaint filed (fJ:1.(.

"TrrtrsvuTB:, '.., Brevard Co., FLORID Boy" a new .aroe. ante agaliuit will you be In taken the a above*oonfeeeed.Wltnem cause.. otherwise'. the' Point '. / West or NorthwestG1 ", ... _. ',1j\.:.

I Henry fL Pitt will soon appear at the Honorable John D. Hrootne, -, "

Jhe vaudeville theaters in a piece called Judge 0' the Circuit Court and A. A. HUtwart. Wanted-An IdeaTiuteel blocaOspis:: : : i '
clerk thereof at the court....... at Tltuivitle, : /
"A Miser's Grandchild. I this 23rd day of Heptember, DIM. i "V1.a; ..wflLtlAZXt., tol juijy M uf Ihitv may br 't7. JOHli BADEMMDBN: CU. .nf Alto
Alice Pierce. who made (is hit lastseason (Seal.], A, A. 8T11W ART.": 1t""anise. D, C./U* i > prIM uOTer r
with Richard :Mansfield has baeDeqlaed M1nota.Jones. Clerk Circuit Court..oLtarCompl's Tasliv9ale .Ces ter:1.:2.1.aJ.:: :: IY4. 01 two. BuaMiiM laveBUoua waaMd.BO 6 f'l" '
When yon by Beerbohm Tree. octl-29
plant seeds, plant A dramatization of Captain King's'Fort Buy f Your Tickets via ,. VV 'women to travel for itsponslbl 'rf'\4

Frayne" may be among the early Notice of, Election.UNDER a established house in Florida. Salary. :f.-

productions this fall in Chicago. TI TON :n.OUTE $780 and expenses. Position permanent.r ;X)ti,
FERRYS Julia Marlowe may act la London and by rlrtoe of antborltjr veiled"in Reference. Enclose ,f;
the ordinance*of the Town of Tito. stamped envelope. The National Star ,.. '
'Double Daily '
next winter in the Clark translation of rule, riorMa f. IU C. rJcrtmgemjr, acting Through Trains All correspondent i)
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Always'the best. Coppee's "For Bonnie Prince Charlie." of said town do Iwiae tbie proclamation promptly answered and sleeping ear Insurance Bldg., Cnlcagow, Jan29,9T ij t.
an Election in said town to-be bolds on berths reserved will be glad to meet :t .
passenger* I
...e.Ie....,......s. Ellen Terry charges 3S cents'" for her MO5DAT. nil: 2Bth DAT or t)<.TOBER. liar, at depot In Jacksonville!: or office, 324 West o1T .Sto Cure-No Pay M'

Do tt Flln COOI4r.N.IIIaL autograph; and'gives the money,to endow -, the cam. beine the Fourth' Monday of said Bay street "Drop me a Line/' -
a child's bed in an English hospital. month In the CoanelLCbainber for the.election That I.I the way all druggist self, I'Grove's
of toe following oOleeV*s WALTER HAWKINS, i Jlf Tasteless Chill Tonle for' chill '
Alfred Mansfield, a nephew of BJohard ODe Mayer.OneManbal. Fla..ra... Agt., and malaria. It Is simply Iron and quinine

.Mansfield has been playing with tine lector,of Tine J. C., HAILE, O. P.: A. Jacksonville. ti s eQl In a tasteless form. Children love, k"r;

oesiaiderable success -Trilby" at theBYnag.te Onei Clerk, who ahall aleo be treasurer.and aeeecov Savannah, Ga It.. Adult prefer; to bitter nauseating '
theater London. / of taxee. .. tonics. Price UOc. I j
YOURb FORTUNE i Three Aldemea,to.arn for two pus ..11.I "- 6
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A Brussels paper relates that not long I a.-And Stewart I hereby and give J notice, t4. .that...,V.....*e.Jesse bee*,Jr.ap-. FAITHFUL ..MEN.. OR ,AGENT -'25 to {60 per week 'easy,' ;j oV ,'
of Monaco killed a whale .... .. WANTED Ton. work tio. r
ego the Prince pot. jad- sad Hobert t ntlaexl. to travel for right; around ''A brand .l ,
on the coast of Africa and made a preeentof ConncU aid._ef jmjt*.).witb__the.. .approval, ;;of.:the ,Tows established house ia Florida.responsible. Salary. @?- -As an advertising medium, new' thing. Write to ua quick 1 You \i'
.4r it to some fishernaen who, n .. $780 and Position paper on the pert Coast can beat the will be surprised at how easily It can be> :
C SCBUfOEOCK.Atteett expenses. ,
i ratting open thewha1e'1 body*found faIt .. ent.. Reference. Enclose: self-addrea pena ADYOCATB. Give us' s trial adv*., don a.m N e. large IID10IIId of ambergris, wnlchthey CABY-KX.W1M- .uu..pI'o. stamped envelop. The HatloWU, Sep and be convinced of the pink paper'wertb. It Mill be to. your interest ta Ia.wtlgllteWrit. ; .. .!";
to-day. '* ,
sold for iXOOa. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. IOU Market S&. PhU.delp"PFeaople' .

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-4. RIVER ADVOCATE. 1- centage that to will remain.never, with us; those their giving several a"home final salute parts.,"separated' The sight,for was their so Virgle Wlgfleld Wnlker.secretary assistant and treasurer; Miss ;Su Miss leWll1leld. E. B. Williams & Co.. '

do..o ; regret Jlbrarlan L W. Leatherman
pretty a "land labber"could, RO ,into ;
"."..aLY JOUBNAL BBTOTBD '1'0'THB DBVBlr. decision ; every year the possibilities ecstacles over It. ..1', choirist. '

t OrMBftV Or THB IXDIAlt arras, LA.aWOfTYAMD.YI of the state are' increasing, Another important event of last week Mrs. S. K. Michael of
CkVYYBATaaoTloaL, every year new resources are discovered was the Indian laver' and Lake Worth through here a few days ago just home I''
-- and .an opening ,can be Pineapple Growers',Association meeting, from Maryland and adjoining !states, 65 South Broad, St.., -, ATLANTA, CA.Foreign .
', riTBLISH D EVERY FBIDAY..CHARLES found for almost every' branch of. at Jensen. G. C. Matthams, of West, where she spent the summer.Church f.
I 0/ Palm Beach, opened the meeting in his ntlyiOowwsstio Fruit
H. WALTOH. Editor: & Proprietor.rVloarreililent industry imaginable. capacity as vice-president. In'doing so, Notices. !!!.
of I> 4ly D y*..nlnn Publinh- he announced the resignation Jas. '
k, erg Co.,*<,yton ,)'Ja.) OUR TOWN COUNCIL. Holmes as president. By the Approvalof S VEGETABLES FRUITS I

IN;A 'N, Ji'llW You Metropolitan: OIOVWBI Building,1 Madison Av tbe members, be appointed C. T. Mo- 'Rev. E..N. Bell, of Stetson University, String Beans., Oranges
i Carty., of Ankona, permanent chairman. DeLand will preach at the Tltusvllle\ Cauliflower., Bananas,
j We understand that the present Several hours were-consumed In the ren- Baptist church'Sunday next, the 10th Okra-Celery.. Grape Fruit,
MKMIIEB OF council, which will retire at the. dering of report'. and making verbal Inst., morning and evening.. Elder Bell Cucumbers. lemons,
i statementsby the executive committee, Is a good preacher and all are cordially Tomatoes. Limes,
THE FLORIDA PKZSS ASSOCIATION, i end of this month, wdll be able, 'to I
I' I committee on procuring tariff, and gen- invited to come and bear him. The Beets, Cabbage, Peaches,
AFFILIATE WITS TUB produce a financial statement eral agent E. P. Porclior on the result members of the church,.H Is hoped will\ Squash, Pineapples
National Editorial Aleociation.IMnoontlnuancn !i which cannot but be satisfactory of the season's shipments. The number I all be present In the morning, as business New Potatoes,. Strawberries
f to tbe citizens of the,town. As far of crates shipped through the association ,. of Importanoej to be attended to.. Egg Plant Grapes,
\ -i another improve up to August 15th were given at LaGrange,Fla.' 'w.W. CHAUDOIN. Asparagus. Coooanuts,
as we are advised '
of lUlvtii. must be,made p.,* ,, 116,182.. Tho gross ales amounted to REFERENCES t-Third Nfttlonnl Bank,Atlanta,Ga.; 080.E.Johnnnn,Candy
1IO.1I1&t, this ofllo* orb., writing: j t ment bond will be retired, and the (246,802.27 (It claimed by many Rev. II. M. Goodell will hold a fare- Oa{ Armour Packing,Co.,Atlanta, Ga.; Q o.M.Taylor,W.8.Duncan 8& o.Atlantl lf,d
number of outstanding warrants that the association handled less than
well service at the Presbyterian church
Check,etc.,may be made payable to'OHASI.K.* that will be left over at, the' end of \half the crop, this being the case, the at this place, on Sunday evening, the 1
H. -WALTOir,publisher a.d proprietor. the year'will be smaller than gross sales amounted to over half a '
ever 10th Inst., a cordial being ex-
million\ dollars). After an exhaustive .S MONEY And Boy'From ****
,has been1 the base before and tbe argument upon the question, a standard tended by the pastor to all who can to
Addreis all oommnmeatlons to council will into attend and give him a parting hand
succeeding come crate was unanimously adopted for future -

INDIAN RIVER"TCTOTVTUJD ADVOCATE, FLORIDA.n office with but a small Indebtednessto shipments f with: Inches the following to consist dimensions shake.faithfully Mr.for Goodell two ,years who In has connection served ,::r :::t\I.tES: :8_ ;:eO-c.res.: :

., meet. To bring( about this re 10iitl2xW: ; with the above church leaves next Monday ,
Y of head pieces finch thick and 6 slats
taxes bave been for DeLand at which place be and

Ir'is: an: 111-wlnd tbat blows nobody high suit apd this has caused necessarily considerable 4Hnches thick; the wide capacity, 30 laches to be long'4,630 and>p cubic-lnch I Mrs.the Goodell future/;expect to make their homeIn Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grit

any good.;" The Florida cattle dissatisfaction in certain Inches. Before the meetlqg adjourned ,
men are reaping the reward of the quarters, but the end has, shown Tbos; V. Moore the secretary,offered a
resolution that carried with Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
fit long struggle between Spain and' that they were none too high, for the effect that a vote of thanks applauseto be CITRUS and other semi-tropical Fruit ;

Cuba.. Cattje are being bought by the expenses that' absolutely had tendered "by this association to SenatorM. Trees, Plants, Roses, Palms, Bamboos, ,
Cuban agents at .prfe s that have Lobe met, and the next council S. Quay Congressman Robt. W.: etc. New catalogue Just issued; Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to tnaa a|

not been known since the last' will be ,able to reduce the ..millagev Davis; ex-Mayor Swift of Chicago, and mailed on. application.A. L. HATCH beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins.* Write for quotations.
the other representative men, who so ,
... Cuban war. ry materially. Adverse criticism\ gallantly labored for the association's In-' City Point, Fla. Office: 14 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FL4.

has been dealt out with an unr' terests in procuring a duty on pineapplesat

!; THE very mild form of yellow scaring hand to those ''gentlemen the lato session of congress." There

1 fever which has raised so much who.'have guided,the tfffuira of the the were meeting some thirty'members and nearly as many present more at I Best Ink,' P. E. MURRAY Carriage and ,

unnecessary alarm in certain quarters I town through a most difficult non-members'and visitors' Black or: red, one pint, postpaid, 10cents. & .
will soon 'be over. Prompt' period, and great credit is due '. J..O. B. W.. P. UITOBRWOOD' Wagon!

measures and a* ''better knowledgeof them'for the firm way in which ._._._ Roseland Fla. BAKER,
bow to 'deal) with it have combined they have done their duty as it latahll

4 to keep it in cheek and this appeared to them it should be done, Wabasso. TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN Dealers In

_ ably aided put by 'a cool quietus weather on the will disease prob- only caring seeing nothing one for point popularity to, attain-to but Rev. Louder and Mr.; Hudson,. of Sebastian Away in Brevard to any county.person Call whowill!at the\ plant ADVOCATE it- Dump Carts, Saddlery,'Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc,etc,I

in town the first of the Main and Church' Sts., -' JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
in a very short time. extricate the town from a ,very embarrassing were office, Titusvllle and get some.
financial position into week. Or, send stamp, to pay postage.Doll't .

_ something like' financial tability.Tbeir Tbe'slte for the new school house has
rl THE result of the avowed future been cleared, and work on the building
practlc/1Uy&ttained The NewSelden
policy of Spain with regard to the object will begin within a few days.. r' .

Island of Cuba will be watched that they car; retire have not from worked office :in feeling vain Both docks'at this place were damaged 't Look at This + I
with interest by the people of this considerably by the recent, high. water.:
and thatthey have established a Repairs will be made at nce.
The after
Cubans their
cpuntry. record which their successors can' \Haughty but Nice.. WHY? CypressDoorCompanYJ p yl
} .long and determined struggle, are follow Several of our progressive,farmers are ,
Because it's DEATH.
,not likely to be satisfied with any. safely venturing into the strawberry .business. ;
less than absolute \ We bespeak for them a successful enter- : ? .LA'I'IA :J3iWJl.A.
thing independence prise. "' 20th Century Cockroach and ,

and the question is, will Spain EDEN. Messrs. Hunt A Curtis ,_ Opened October Isf), 18JM1, turned the steam on to
are entertaining:
put her pride in her pocket and several of their Michigan: friends, who Waterbng Exterminator. One of the and' Best' Door Sash Blind
l consent to do at once what she Important Meetings of the 4311* recently arrived. Judging by the improvements Largest t Equipped ,

will inevitably be forced to, do in ,berts' Bar Yacht Club and these young men are making I
x' the long run. tbe I. B.&iL.' W.'Growers' on their ranch they have not lost faith. Surest ever sold. Guaranteed. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
Association in Florida. Sent postpald'on receipt of price, -25cts..

A GENTLEMAN: rejoicing in the Etc. The election of officers at the' Union Agents wanted. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of elst
.Etc., Sunday school for the present quarter; WILLIAMS' DRUG years in Cypress) the patrons of our company.may confidently expect the tat I
numerous name of Six has got himself resulted as follows: W* L.Keefor, Supt.; STORE possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cowl
into trouble owing to the still [From our Special Correspondent.] O..W. King, Asst. Supt.; Miss Leetliie State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Doors, Sa.b., Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hothouse Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.MIAMI1 I

''greater numerosity of his wives. J. T, Waters' East Coast Rfy> station -
lie hud reached wife number eleven agent, has tendered his resignation I "' '
when the brother of'his latest ven postmaster,' and Henry Whipple, manager '

f1 ,r ture entered ''complaint: againsthim an applicant for A. N.for Mathers'the position general store, is DO You Know a, Good Thing ? Of course you do" -

and Mr. Six will spend an indefinite t
Commodore H. E. Sewall sailed the
period in the up
r penitentiary river Sunday on his yacht Petrel, to visIt C Thenyou haven't seen Florida or'you'would be here. '
for which he should consider him Col. W. O. Wlnans and his guest: J. Are growing old 1 Of course r
you ; so are we,
self lucky* as it will put a stop to G. Bast, at Linwood Hall, North Eden.; O) But not so fast,J because our Mild Climate t Town Lots Now .on Sale !
f his further matrimonial ventures. Later in the day they were' joined by I
Commodore K.'K. Peabody. and bad a, ffi. With its warm, sunshiny days and long cool nights. ,
pleasant; social tlm .. Commodore Pea- Makes Life what, It ought to be. ,

:' THE suggestion that an island ready_ beautiful new launch will be Do you love flowers fruits and vegetables? Certainly 1 I. 'So" do we. eneral l For I
practically out of the reach of for "christening" In a few weeks. A. E. KINGSLEY Agent
civilization be set apart for the She promises to be the "peaoh" of the' Buy a home on the EAST COAS1'Where ,
yacht club's squadron. Speaking of the raise your'own '
you can '
sole Use of the anarchist, is one Gilberts' Bar Yacht Club that; popular With the least 'labor and expense. 1 < Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.! F

that should prove highly satisfactory organization, which Is cutting such an __ t "*" ,
nut only to society. at large, important figure: in social, as well as Do you dislike Winter ? So do we. f rr ,
butalso, to that remarkably un- yachting affairs,. In- the lower Indian Then come to FLORIDA; we're here to stay. CHOICE BUSINESS. AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
liver country held an Important meeting
desirable breed of animal itself. Saturday We have surf-bathing swimming and sailing all the year round.
last October 2nd
: at their .
{ There he could put his pet theories cozy quarters overlooking the sea and Are you interested In US ? In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

into practice, live without la.w, do the Indian River on the .eastern shore If so, we are interested In you. Fruit and Vegetable Lands on .
all the bomb-throwing he wanted opposite Sewall's Point. Home fifteen A line to our address Address DRAWER "M,"
bave nice sailing craft; and launches brought the.' Will do wonders. Miami .River and .Bay 33iscayMeJty .
a quief ((4)) time'ex- members and their guests, Including a' SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
perimenting with infernal machines fair sprinkling of ladles, to the meeting, Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
murder his companions to whjoh) was preceded'',by'"an appetizing FLORIDL
his heart's content-for no one lunoheon served In the dining room of Main Office, Hotel Miami,, .I --I ,MIAMI;
tbe old club house under the direct'
would object to the ''rapid extermination of the lady contingent. beaded FERTILIZERS I
of the breed-and, in fact, by Mrs. Commodore Sewall. Ample justice ... t
he could pass 'an ideal existence was done the many good things pro- -
from an anarchistic point of view vided by the ladles, after which the new CHAS: N. WELSHANS;
club house, just completed was givenan When you are in the market write.information
with the regardingour
single that ,
exception to Inspection and directly alter the bus-' .
live he would have to work which loess session of the club was called to If I

is contrary to the professed creedof order by the commodore. After the reg- CEMENT BRICK LIME .. SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
the sect. ular routine business ,the club had Complete:: : Fertilizers-: : :. ,
been disposed of, an election of officers "
for the ensuing year was called. II. E. ** HAIR AND LATH ** r
UNSETTLED WEATHER. Sewall was re-elected commodore for the Vegetable: Irult'and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone,
.! third term without opposition. Tbe t and potash, and other brands. .
present vice-commodore, MoVean of State Agent'L. '&M. Paints and Oils.
1\\ After a long, spell, of curiously New York was ,also' re-elected. E. 8. .'
r: unsettled weather the" usual October Harmer, of Waveland was elected treasurer The. Armour [Fertilizer Works, Old 'Phone, 8. )o( 13 Began Stntdr t

yo weather has returned, 'and we : P. M. Aston Waveland secretary; \- '
and E. J. Shaddock of Eden, referee JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
no longer kept in as elected} '
are suspense The' trustees were a* follows: Chicago,
to what, to expect from hour to O. H. Racey, of Mt Elisabeth; E. C. B. -
hour. The early part of the I week Tyndall, Waveland; and R. D. Hoke, Where these fertilizers
J'' we were treated to winds from every Jensen. The next meeting of tbe club are made having I unlimited sources .DR. C.. :F. HOUSTON,' ,
occasional will be held on the 24th day of October from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very ... ,
quarter rains at which meeting the time will be arranged best materials and there are no goods 'made better than our nIINTBIa'
threatened gales with now and (some date In December) for the COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders pBRZaofcs.::
,then a suggestion of thunder grand formal opening and dedication' Keene'
"I. thrown in by way of variety, and the new club house. 'A most enjoyable Established 1884. )o( Cor.- Bay and Laura. Sts., over Sirs. ': t
event Is expected on this occasion.' Beside ARMOUR & COMPANY. t
we-were kept guessing as to what the various aquatic sports to be In- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.For ..
the clerk of the weather was going dulged In, the grounds surrounding the &'
'to.favor ua with next. new building will afford ample facllltle\ \ Jacksonville, Fla. the next 30 days prices will be a. follows Gold Fillings, *!.#> *
The "cold the beginning'of for all sorts of athletic pastimes and outdoor Plastic :Fillings, BOe. to $1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.60; Plates $II to fSi; fu" ,,. '
snap" at amusements; while the Interior of (very best), $9 to $1X( Extracting free by a painless method, where plate I ,
the week was very refreshing -. the spacious building will provide made. :First-class operator and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous w-
and was a gentle remind essential for reasonable Vcreature every com; The Premier Flour of America. Sets of Teeth made and repaired.VEHICLES c .
er.tbat summer II'at last at ant I fort." For those preferring to "linger -
In blissful ," and meditate
'end. and that soon the orange I repose on

grower will. be '''Ihlpplng his crop Iwbat the will"wild be waves provided are saying,on the" ,hammocks wide- S.A.E3EJI:: : :..' :a: ROS.,. 1
and 'raking in the shekels ; the verandahs, almost overhanging the sea. Biscuit!
truck gardens will be in full swing, For those fond of dancing:, provision will '
and the annual crop of winter likewise be bountifully made.. In fact, 4 Sb 1? InHARNESS
the programme aa the committee con Wholesale and Retail Dealers
I tourists will soon be wending its template arranging it, will make it tbe For

.. way southwards some to leave "event of the season" on the Indian SUS and
again in a few short weeks, others River. Jupiter was represented by IH PATKNTV ;. i

to pitch theirtent among us, at. Yachtsman McOIll\ and two western \CAHAI4BHIUJtfG.CSrasas ,
Linwood nail
guests; Eden by
traded by the genial climate of Col..W. U. Wlnans, with your correspondent Bread '
our state, and the splendid inducements as a guest There were some ;; P try And Bicycles
it offers for the settler. This ''orty persons In attendance!, Including I
look for influx of the ladle*. .At 4:30 p. m. Ule "white- ** a
,year we larger Sou
Largest Stock in the
visitors ; winged squadron, led by the comma and Lowest Prices
than ever before, and we dore's flag ship, sailed out of th '" l
confidently expect a larger per. harbor Into tbe broad river, and a thus Represented t bj F. M. BURST;' .. I JACKSONVILLE FLA.. Correspondence- llolted. Agents for Victor, Barnes aDd CariHl.\Vb- :I
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.,keS tlM....sere.wk.t.I Fort Pierce. .

Mr. Heart toDe paid Jensen a visit last
week. .

Quite a'number of strangers In town

the Mr.past Swearlngen few days.left Monday for Klsslmmee SPECIAL PRCES 1m'" .

'lIfl, to attend court. I

Capt. A. J. Lewis left fo'r Titusvllle -
Friday last, on business. : \ -TC- :

MAKIf1 Dr. C. P. Platta returned front .St. H iii ij

Augustine Monday evening. ._pi.a..eapple: Q o< Grovvers- .l

Mr. LeFila, representing a Jacksonville 5
b housewas visiting our merchants 1 r l
Saturday. : .4.11'U.D.CL: For1l.1:1..mor.;: : !

Stanley Jones, of Titusvllle, came hiLH i Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED E3T- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to 1 rmi t,

aD! Pure down his uncle.Monday, to St. Lucie, on a visit to 'ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. t 1'

Mol ture..J.. ......... .... .... ._....... ...... 8 to 10K "I
Mrs. W. Hill and baby arrived Saturday ,: Ammonia.. ..... ...................,.........p.. ,.... .... ................... to II STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, ,
night, much to the delight of Conductor i Equal to Sulphate Ammonia.........,.,....... .. .. ..:...................lllIto211 BLOOD AND BONK: ACID PIIOSPIIATE, I 1
Billy Hill. t, Available Fhonrihorlo Acid,...... I..........i.. .. .......... ................ 5 to 0 dt
a.eNOOWD.a, O..IIIIW YOIIK. Konal to BoneFbonvbateof Lime;;.... .....". .. ............... to 13 DISSOLVED BONE!:, NITRATE OF SODA l ;'
Dry Rev. Tresoa held Potash K3OKqual ..} .. ........ : ...n( 6A '
Sunday In the Methodist services twice last i to Sulphate of Potash.:..:::.::::;:: ': :::: ::::;:::::::::::::::::; to to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO. STEMS, ;t
church,, Magnesia Ume,Soda, *to. .., ...............y....... 88 to 00 '
large congregations. (LH : TOBACCO DUST COTTON HARDWOOD -= :
J Write I for Special Pamphlet.: SEED MEAL, ASHES,

rest Palm Beach., Don't forget the W. C. T. U. enter- :-.11"-w COTTON. SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. f. ,>
tainment to-morrow (Saturday) evening. 'B5JT* Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 .
All are cordially invited.
Rowley, who has been summer- H prices. -.'>,>
ie New York state, returned Satur- Mrs. J. T. Lane and her two neices. M : .

||ght. Mary and Zora Merlwether, accompaniedby Please Correspond with' us before being induced to buy ,from 'Dealers.. Send for i '
W. T. Harbin, paid Cocoa visit
8. Greer Is out as an Independent Monday. .' ,
Pamphlet. .:
fate for marshal and will, no hi i 3n ,"'"
J. Thompson Is on a visit to Miami, '
good run. i
make a
,for a few days. He has resigned his I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
.ether with too summer runaways 'position with G. G. Springer. We sadly ;,
Ling and the improvements> beingto regret his leaving our midst.W. .
the Flagler property on the t Tacksox 7il1e :s"J.orld.a.' .
: : :
lido, giving employment to num- Spiers paid our town' a visit recently .
men, business begins to look up a and t watt around shaking hands
with his many friends.. He told us he

was bound for the Klondike next spring.J. Melbourne. I the wharves. We are glad; to state however

eat tended many the of meeting our pineapple at Jensen grow-last N. Waller was In town the end of thAt no serious damage; ,was done. G. G. SPRINGER

|y. Among the number we noticed last week, looking at the damage doneto GOODE &; OOODE.-Raal Estate and Loan Old residents the here say that they, ,never ,
rMattliams, W. F. Armstrong, Jr., the,county road by the recent high Agent for jfCtna, London and Liverpool and saw river so high before
tides. Come again John, glad to see Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance Special H. B. Howard the mill of
| Widmeyer, and others.too numer- aou.l1Ill.dentll. saw man,
attention paid to tbe Interests of Manufacturer iRetaller and Shipper Of
i mention. you. Vero, WAS transacting business here on .

f wind still blows, hard' from the When in want of any kind of building Tuesday.E. W. Hall, tax collector, was In our
land northeast; and at times the HOTEL CARLETON MELBOITRNK JXA.lleantlfully -
lor looks threatening. The material' in car loads or otherwise, theBuilders' situated on a high bluff overlooking town last Saturday, Issuing licenses for I ICE ,
very Supply Co., at St. the Indian River. First-class accommodations AND
Augustine the next lineal
I Is and at year. iDistilled
in the lake very high, I will be pleased to make you a delivered ,and rat reasonable.P. .
breakers break' entirely ROBERTSON Proprietor. has Ir
[tide the price at your station. You have no The fish business suffered very
Ihe ocean pier. agent's or middleman's commission to materially for the past few days on account -
of the
umber of our townpeople, who pay. Bazaar. Mrs.Chas J. F.Campbell ft Co., Millinery rough weather ,
been spending the summer In varl- Notion., Dry floods, Ladle' ready. J. F. Wooten went up to Tltusvlllo, Water
iartB of the country, returned to made and woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned to attend of commlnnlon-
Miami.Rev. Corsets,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, meeting county
flast week, vl.z., Mr. and Mr J. F.Ind souvenir spoons,Stationery,ate. ers on Monday lIe returned Tuesday. Ice Chests Coolers.
Freezers and Water
and Refrigerators
Mrs. J. C. Stowers, Mr.
S.; ,
A. Rotxford, of Eau Gallle, was In
il. E. Gruber son Bolton and wife of
Cocoanut Mrs. G. M. Brown returned last Fri town TuoMilny. He was transacting business -
s are others yettocome. Grove, were la our city last Sunday day, from an extended visit to Vfrglniaand with 8. F. Travis, our wholesale'nterchant. FACTORIESCocoa
.aucus was held by the citizens last Mr. Burllngame prominent'' news- Ohio. *and West Palm Beach.,.

hal feday, treasurer night to, clerk nominate and three a mayor alderJ. -, paper man, of Ocala, is located In the' Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison and baby of Mather Dixon, of Dlxons,'had the mlt

F. Lamond was nominated by city.Sheriff Eau Gallie, were pleasant visitors to our fortune to lone a horse on Monday night.
-nation for re-election as mayor, Ed.m R. J. Chillingworth, Dade town last week., :. It had gotten on the railroad track and
for marshal, O. H. Maltby for county's efficient officer was registered R. W.Goode has received his appoint. was run dowu and killed by: the freight CELERY AND CABBAGE PLANTS// "
at the Conolly House on last Sunday. train. .
rer and Mr. Glenn for clerk; G. L. ment as postmaster of Melbourne, and
lag, O. S. Adams and L. N. Wade The Biscayne returned last night, will take charge soon. 'I Mrs. W. M. Myers daughter of our
Bdorraen. having stuck on a sand bar and unableto townsman, R. N. Andrews left, via East LARGE STOCKY CELERY Dwarf Self-.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. Fee returned Coast Line Tuesday to loin her hu and ;: Golden Heart, Golden
make her regular trip tOKey West.C. home last Thursday, from a visit to New at Month el1o Fin. Mr. .Myers Is connected Blanching, Giant Paschall White Plume. . . ., .... :. .$ .76 per 1000 tj+
LaGrange. .,W. Sayers, of Lemon City, :was In York and other northern points. with the Montlcelto Constitution. CABBAGE-Succession, Surebead, Flat Dutch, Drumhead, :Early +
the city on legal business, on Saturday Mrs. Clara D. MacLoan arrived from Summer ... .. .. . . '.', .,.., ...:. .". .. .. S.'76 per 1000
L. Allen, a nephew of E. P. Porcher, Also Snowball

; the shell road 'come and the bi- last.the Mr.tomato Sayers business.Is extensively engagedIn Atlanta last Saturday, And is now en- and Mr. Porcher's little son came to- CAULIFLOWER . .,. . .'. . .f. ,. .. .1. .. .. 4.00 per 1000 4
> spin.cle ., 'joying a visit at Melbourne Beach. gether- a bicycle collision last Sate ASPAHAGUAS-Mammoth, Conover's Colossal, and Palmetto. . '4.00 per 1000

Word was received In, our city hs(. Mrs. L. G''. Moore, of Koseland, has day. There was a general mixing: up of Horse Radish Sett.. ". . .'. .:". .. .'. ., ..,., .,;. .. i. . . 1.00 per 100
Shad has just returned from ao Monday that county court for Dade been spending the past week with her boys and heels, but; no serious. damagewas .
i Orlando. county, which was to convene In regular parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode. done L. CAMERON Seedsman, A

I B. Raulerson is among us this week, session has been last postponed Monday,till Oct.the 4th first, at Mondayin Juno, Miss Sarah Elsen, of Sevmour Ind.: The town council had special meet- 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

Ing after his cattle interests.A. November,owing to the illness of lIon. arrived In town last week, and wlllapendthe Ing on Tuesday night, to consider two i
with her cousin :Mrs. Trultt. applications for building permits, J. P. i -
Stewart's sister and children A. E. Heyser our county judge. winter : ,
Cooler and S. A. Borlleld i
n an extended visit to him. applicants
Postmaster Warner will soon commence Miss Mattie Brown received a very' The permits were granted; and the buildIngs '
nder what caused Robert Chaudoln the erection of a large brick building on handsome upright piano, from her will soon be under way. : The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. ,
Johnson, jr. to shave off clean? his lot corner of 12th street and avenue father, last week. She has fine talent }
City Marshal Jas. Paine was around
O. There will be two stores on the let music. ,
ntinual rains Is making gardeninghis *
last Saturday collecting dog tax. The
} fall, the low lands being all too ground floor, one of and which the will upstairs be used will Joe Wilkinson, of Kockledge, and Harvey amount of the tax collected was $7.60. 3 I. M'U)!J_>L0'VO'', o.on'1 "rVT.rm.t-i agar.
the ,
for postoffice Bower of Coquina, were guests of
Jimmie was so eager to swell the amount .' LATE .
be fitted for four offices and a large )
up Mr.:and Mrs. R. W. Goode, last Sundayand
that he tried to lay a tax on Doc Dunn'lblack (
art Singleton expects to leave for lodge room for the various secret order.s '
[West about the 10th with 200. head of the city. This building will certainlybe Monday., cat, but Doc refused to be bluffed. South acks.onville. Florida.

|gs for that market. quite an ornament to Miami. Mr. and Mrs. W.' R Walker left for Chas. Tbels recel"ed'a letter Tuesday<< MANUFACTURER OFFERTILIZER'S _.
their home at Sewall's Point, last Satur
e i school here, which opened under Look out for the parade which is to be A Dumber of their friends escorted from his son, Lin, stating that his r
I pleasant auspices. Is soon to have a made by the Orientals, of .this city, on day.them to the depot.. mother and he would sail from" New (* For Pineapples Oranges and ,
York Jacksonville that date.
for on They
fry In connection therewith. next Monday night. All members are
to be dressed In fantastic costumes"and Deer are plentiful In market now. have been In New York for tbe past two ,

I oral but parties; tried 'the handed deer this will wear masks. This procession will Messrs. Hllllard and Brannan brought In months, on a trip combIning' businessand -v l a DI es and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material s r
came back empty on be one of the rare treats; of the ,season six: last Tuesday morning, so we are have pleasure. If all goes well' they should age Biery ,
ant of the heavy rains and high and will be looked forward to by many ing a real feast of venison. reach Cocoa next Friday. Their many

people throughout Miami and'vicinity. Tho Misses Saras and their brother friends here wish them a safe and pleas Cotton Seed Meal,. Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc., Also
.hur McDonald formerly of South The march will\ commence at 8KM: p. m., ant voyage home and will be glad to:
DeVoe Sams of Courtenay were the Tho .EEardBrand.d
PaD:1O'-1: :
have them back /
>, now of Lake May. also Mr. Marsh, llth 1807. Watch the date again.
Oct. every of Mr. and Mrs.. S. F. Glbbs for "
le latter from Saturdal"Monday guest Ammonia. ..,. .i.. ,, /. .4 tad per cent i
| with spent friends here. body. several days last week. They came Available Phos. Aold,0, to 8 per cent J .for 925.OO Per Ton.
down to attend the Walker-Conkling Courtenay. Potash K O./ ,.. .. ..,...8 to 7 per cent) '
88. Carrie Frosoher, who has been Buy lumber and other building insterial wedding. the '
direct from the Builders' Supply Highest Commercial Value glrenVur brands in last Bulletin Write for
Ing the summer with relatives in Prof. n. S. Winters arrived in town with Miss Prices Orders fort tons and
and save the lumber- Our school opened Monday upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all
[Carolina, will soon be welcomed Co.,'s Augustine commission., last Saturday evening, much to the de- Francis Sinclair, of JrraDldil1, Tenn., freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, .until
) by her host of friends. yard
friends here who 0Ch.'T. '
light of his many are teacher. further notice M
of to see his pleasant face again. Prof.
srs. Alderman A Raulerson., glad
Pierce their Malabar.E. Geo. Winters and mother arrived from Harper spent Sunday
[ are here, looking at friends and relative in Banyan and .
the north last Monday.
range grove. They were accompany Tropic.
Robt. Alderman. from Fort. Basfcr. KelbourDeKon Dr. DeWItt Webb and wife, of St. Augustine .
In -
E. B. Arnald was .
were guests at Hotel Melbourne "Su'p&. Jno. II. Same U spending a .few i 'Fred'ke'S. Morse

|r. and Mrs: W. N. Hendry were, call- day.Let for the last week. The doctor was down on day' In the county seat this week. -x- ,-x- t tN
n our burg Sunday afternoon brlng- us start-'up the Literary some land business, before United State >The schooner Veteran left Wednesday, I
td news to our postmaster telei fall work. Commissioner Hogg. Their many friends for Coquina, where she will take on a
stating his baby,now In MIcanopy, Carl Ellerbrock has returned from the here were pleated to' see them looking so cargo of rock for H. JvTlffln.LaRoche :eE:: : :c.. :Es-r. 'rE:: :., ..

i was quite sick. Latest news states pineapple fields. well.Last Bros., contractors: and build.
M rapidly Improving, under the skill- Melbourne Saturday evening the social hopat will have the ball for 1. 00. F'LOXtXA.
reatment that Robert Baker, of spent era soon dancing mTSMT: : Dado : : pj
of Montgomery,of Sunday with friends here. Hotel Carleton was much enjoyed by Co H. J. Tiffin completed. .; '

Miss Willlette Forest returned .Thursday Dr.many.and We Mrs.noticed H. D. Brown among,those M*. and present Mrs. The steamer Courtney. did not put .in AGENT FOR LANDS OF .J .

Banyan. from a week's visit at Melbourne. Frank: Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. her appearance, here last Tuesday. I' C.

'Bey. Louder, of Sebastian, will preach Good! Mr. and Mrs. James ,fHogg, Mr. -, Florida East Coast Railway Company, '
J> here next Snnday., morning and evening. and Mrs. C. C. Snedeker,' Mrs. Elizabeth Florida Coast Line Canal fc Transportation Company r
e cool
winds have about
Campbell, Mrs Geo. Uaslehurst '
led out the mosquitoes: Mrs L. K. Smith and another lady the Misses Lillian Robertson, Mande; NEW YORK Boston 4 J'Ioridatlantlo'Coast Land Company.Awarded .. ,

T T. and D. R. Snell were In Banyan from Grant, spent Saturday with Mrs. Powell Annie Goode, Jessie Good, Annie -._-' )s
I week, attending to business matters. Bolton. Haslehnrkt. Carrie 'Gard, MoUle a
attending Nicholson, Nellie' Elolse Hogg; TAILORING Odd Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton putts .International Exposition, '
here GO
lias Mimi, C. H. and John Dr. Holmes has been lately, .
Mrs. D. E. Miller, who bas been Messrs. T. C. Nicholson, Frank Powell, .. ,
pn were callers In Banyan on SundayM. Alexsnder/toode, Joe Mills, T.C. Conk; '*
ill.Gao. .
s quite ling, Walter Ilaslebnrst, Sam Martin, G. HADO
Field and wife -spent several W. Washburn returned Monday, M. W. C'balTee, B. A. owaey. Allen: POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THE H. D COMPANY
', the past week; in Indlanola. Jake from two whew spent in the hospital at Campbell, George Phillips and >Richard ,
deer hunting." St. Augustine. Ilenley. ,t
[e are pleased to 'note that Robert John Minor, of TU1ID&D1 was here I :
i i>er his is slowly but surely recovering Tuesday, having C. 1 make oat Cocoa. We Cairj tbe Largest and PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
recent Illness.
severe some legal papers.
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(majority of the school children have Public school opened Monday, with a i. D. CRABB kmjtt a flnt-claM Mace Wlnsa. 'Most Complet -Line Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago" 111*. .'r
ped going to school for a few weeks, good attendance. Miss)D. Marie Uassler been, wbi.kMa, I.J--:: rum, teport.Jand
and Salesrooms; 231: West St. Thos. Dunk Jacksonville jria. t'b
Count teacher. dooMMto eliran. nlgarattes. Bay W. Manager ,
of some of the children being Is the able and pleasant fries of liquors from t3.118 to$6,no per gallon. of Soilings and Trouserings
ed to attend who have the' whoop- W. Bolton Miss Vir- Prompt attMtl to tttoffrapb aw) IDaIJorden.
C. ,
ough. gtllne Mr. Carroll and Mrs.and Albert Carroll went to orerCMlI.. c.rIA.01. I/. CRABB. ,Ant.. .!snits[ IdTanelaj, Rapidly on Luds, Hams aid BellIes.

ebon Marten returned last week, the beach Sunday, and bad a delightful in ,the State.....

i North Carolina where he has been trip. election comes'off next Monday Write 'U.8 ,:for prjoe..
rllll the summer, bringing with him The house. was packed last Sabbath at .,, Orderer
ral friends who will work in the school. The people take a lively Salts to $16 and $20
king bnainessthis Sunday Mrs. Campbell of M.ibonrl'wai
season. treasury interest Is never In these empty.matters, and the visitor to our lewd on Tuesday.' a TroMors to Order $4 and $5 JOB PRUVTING '

What do you Deed In the. way of f Chas. Crabb, of TttosvHle, came' down.! Samples sent by mall ,i ,
Popes, DOte mud letter heads, bin VEGETABLES and fruit Tnesday on A visit to his brother,'J. .If. y .
shall UUimmts., tags, cards, eta f BEND to E.TOUR B. William. A Co., wholesale Crabb. N15W.TORK: TAILORING COMPACT, OF ALL KIt'! S't, \ .
be Clad to have a share of your 15 Booth :The strove wind last J ODdaJ'rwttbtile Executed at the +J /.
and '
fruit produce .
t W. have a flretH5Us. Job>rt- Broad treet, need See'their river. so "-aD.eanaed considerable" Wo. 17 East!: Bay Street, ,,1'0'

all connected we ukI share tb of*>J01 AOTOCATX wodt. ,' advt. on page4. easlnese here for the safety of some .of Jacksonville.. Florida.R ADVOCATE" "PRINTING, OFFICE' +

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) Intl }( FEWEST' FOOTWEAR.. '".: 'Ulan pointed. \-tooj'fed.,.w.'tofoad esd heels.y--iii. TEen MALLORY J"i., a STEA1\New SHIP LINE.' The jlorida (C Jenfed &; 'peninila> r' R' .Irlf

J SSKMS. baA fIE asyoa, wlCb rubber sole Florida, York.

L il, FOR HOUSE WEAR, STREET, BICVf to prevent slipping on velvety grass or Philadelphia and Boston.From Short Line between Florida and all Nortl-ern *

ial'I, h ,; CLING, GOLF AND TENNI&' tilting dooJfcs..-Bllppers ,for afternoon Bmnswlek:, (via Port;Royal I.8. C.,)to New York. Everett Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washing
wear., when finery ie donned are in in- BERVICE. tlmore, Philadelphia. New York, Boston and the onl

i 'lUJ'Uabl.7"dalDt' ', and colors PASSENGER Everett, Macon,; Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, LouUvllle r
j ) styles and (Cumberland Route
+' a Via Fernandlna, F. C. A P. Ry C
{ r 1 ? p ,V Die Kelp of th* roteto *.. !. 11re.I' 1.80 m AiBrnrmwloic and Chicago '
and the same oau be said of the footgearfor LT Jacksonville 815 ami Lv. Fernanrtlna p ;
R rootla Colon to Bfateb tbo Co*. for dances and similar 6.30 p m. Dally except Sunday.Via Everett, Birmingham, Holly] Springs, Memphis. Little Rock K8n
wear alf rail F.C. A P. Ry and 80. Ry. ET Jackson- "a, C
Everett 117
1 i turn=Low Shoo* Vor m."y.loMr-...... function. nvllle 4.00 p mj Ar 7.30 p m. Dally. Passengers Louis Chicago City. ,
Y t T ward tor liDlbwlo River Junction Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas, & !
oboesP.s O.lf. allowed on ye. erica
Jh ) Y',' i r *SIC ,, r I / M.we4.MIa.-- t and. the Pacific Coast, Effective May 10, 1Q97. Clip

+ Dame Fashion that the' New' York .; :
11,1 says Mushrooms, no matter bow cooked, I PROPOSED SAILINGS I

,, + ))131 shoe is oat of date. The s/mdble worn, ought always to be carefully examined L.,.New York Pier 21 E.R.,1I:8Op.m., (Standard Time.) L.*:Brunswick. 1e a A R., Sleepers for Savatiaah'l' ColunTii1"\:: 1'' "I
+ a '' an will wear a round toed and oomfortble Friday Sept. a..RIO GRAND! ..............."........ Friday 8o"t. 10 .mama ,arwy Baltimore Philadelphia l"ibllvnV? << *?
boot but who sensible aa they are likely to become infested Friday Bel' 10......... ,4t.... ..........COLORAM........;... .. .r...........Friday.Bept. 11Frldayklep.M Y O ,I. j r Eastern points. Connects i ... *
i many aw with" worms if a little past; their prime. Friday, Bel'. 1'1 .......,.,:..:........ .... RIO GRANDE........ ,....,..'.. ..:..... 4 Arrives Jacksonville l 11:30 01.01'' Fe
.j D on other points will ahoose) the shoo Wipe button mushrooms with Friday SeP.24.......................f......... COLOILADO ....' ........................Friday. OCt I O' "m- : p.
p rI I which makes her- foot look prettiest damp,, Friday; Oct. 1...................I........ RIO GRA.NDIC....,................;. ...Frlday, OCt. 8 w'" tar., r New' York' Fast JIf 1. N.'
$ both round and soft flannel and stew gently water 18minutes For general Information, steamers, trains;rates'etc. apply to any railroad agent 01'to woe .JlWkson"lIIe 7:00p: m. d..II,'r ae,
i n( ere one see pointed salt to_taste, add .* tablespoon- CH s8.DIMES.Agent Ito W.Bay St.J'ackaon"Ule. .s N.w York.'arrlee through 8l"l.u nun J

,M" 11\1.. z marl of, batter thicken to the. >consistencyof H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent,Brunswick, Ga. tC 9.10 a.m. No. 311 arri'e j
'r '''j T9 l, If'l cream"loth'a-i little oormitarob moistened C.H.MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20,E. River, and Wit Broadway N.Y. i.4'r't -

ii; ."with'mitkLnd boil three minutes. V F a ,M u Cincinnatiand, Jacknonrllle., ,

Put In tablespoonate of cream and v : O Jacksonville.. Chattanooga 1-410 p"tt"o'litt.Janur. .....

stir while you count five. Remove from 0/1anma .l Jar.. tt Nrhvllle. lit Lome Chicago Connects ror

i fl the fire and serve at once. Mushrooms I Y L ?w .n O .and Jacksonville western 8.10 potnu. .ltelllrning and lrai all D

should 1 be, served- very'hot:\ I They lose "to e OKS0NTILIE- a. m.

their delicate flavor if lukewarm 7 I rWl / { ) a.e. --
Asheville Ronte. Through
11'J a UL I ,.c Car service for Cincinnati via KM, ?
ENGLAND. tl.paa qv1 '' bla.Asheville Hot Springs Knoxville
Q THIRD RAIL IN 0F i y the Celebrated Mountain ,
" 'fa'J.5 I 4 Carolina. Leave Jack,oQVlll Country'01
i 1iil Americans. Will DaUb and Kqolp London's Y 1 S t 0 o e ti her Cincinnati. T40 a. m. Returnln"JackaonvUl..1I

, 11 Ih'1 i, "J't' a SHOXS VOB TBB DODe1.s Mew Underground Boilwmr / ''yFetf'soF lrerw 4 :10 a m.
1. \; toes;so perhaps we may take oar ohoioe The latest; addition to the system of -

i and .till be in the fashion says a writer underground railways in London will 19 t Only line Throneh the Bean Iral
II '+ in + a Country of Middle 1,'I.>lid.,
of the following the New York: Herald l.en..1
E f probably rank BIt tbe most; important of Esoam IaBay, Leave JerknmObl:11'

1 f ill these lines before it has been i Msp of Q,. a .4 for Lake. City Live Oak Mtt ,,' ,I 1 There an some new styles in bloyole; very FToniDA CENTRAL Orleans and Junction, 1'en.,1: ,M

iI: -.: hoes and logging :Many women are long in operation.will run a distance r rb and \ 15.:. fornla New and the, Faolno the snuthwent Coat Men...
of e miles W CanisjENU18ULAR
the busiest of
><, through
!jl,' : discarding the legging! and .high shoes part Q R.R. No. t arrives Jacksonville T:16a.m.
Umdon. The road will be about 65 feet
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; for wheeling altogether :
S contending
( below street level and will be carriedIn : and Connections. -
f I i that a prettily fitted shoe and a neatly -S--I -. ter-: 'Leaves Jacksonville 9:18: am.toratadl
two separate and parallel tunnels. .r ii-
gartered stocking are much less obtra- T.d.- Bltr Oil, thorn lIver Bring: .Oetla Oamsr
ry Inch station will be served by two elevators w"'s' Key. wlldwoo Tacure.,
'r,. ( aire than the distinctive Woyole shoe naw.mmN.v Orlando Laocoohee Dade City,
and two Plat
v ( f and legging. Still the ahoemakera pro- stairways. r Tampa,Arrive Jacksonville 4:IB p.m.
(f' Tide: high shoes low shoes and leggtnga.nd The new undertaking will have espe- w-- S. Sr NASHVILLE ROUTE-Tnronnrli Pullman Sleepers, Via Fverett, Macon, AUIllIa
a I Dial interest; for this country from the Chattanooga.' Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p.m.. arrive 7.00 next p. m. Leave N
store of the latter are seen on the 9.00 a. m.; arrive Jacksonville 8-10 next a. m.
.wbeelwomen in town and country than fact that; the electrical equipment of 8111 a. m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Ronte steamer, ud J
he road itself and of tbe extensive system p berland Sound. 1
the low oxford ties. r .:08 p. m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and qnlctaJBiOO
of elevators which it will be
by ; i'v P. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate Arrive
Pert has never sent na daintier footgear points. : ]
I' S ( served will be furnished- by American -4O P.M.-For Tampa and Intermediate point Pullman sleepers. ArriveJackeonvllel7:
:i; than the exquisite tie, made in .Inns. Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asheville leaves Jacksonville at too n. m... ad..._ J
any shade, to wear with the duff/ be- -- YUle I.4 p.m.,arrives Cincinnati' a. m. M
The third rail equipment be put For Macon Atlanta two Trains Dally. Leave Jacksonville 8:111 a. m.and 7:00
ftonnoed( lawna which are the rage toI nr-: SUMMER RAPER to Excursion: Points-In effect June let.
color be from ID by the representative in England of COMFORT Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor care between. Jacksonville and
) I day. .Any procured, SAFETY I I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES 1 Tamp
the General Electric .
the most delicate pink company-tbe rjr-: Send for Beet Indexed Township Map of Florida to .
British Thomson-Houston company. N.. S. FENUINOTON' A. O. MAcDONELL,
Ue to the red ahoe, to be e
:j> green worn The conductor will consist of an insulated Finest Cuisine and Service. :No Transfer between Jacksonville: and New York. Traffic Manager? General Passenger iFlorida

I. with all black costumes. Then, as woman third rail the ties between The Fleet Is compose*d of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"ComauCha" |
placed on ..
Join insomans of the manly sports
t the main rails. The service. will
the. boo Dalter. show riding boots (new "" 11hoguOis '
golf )
"J "Seminole"NorthBound
onQllin' "Cherokee
1"I from that on the New Haven line East
shoes and stout walking boot Coast
which in that the tralu'will be hauled by Ry
only differ from the male models separate .electric locomotives whose .
( 'is. tbett ejelioaoy of form. general; will conform to the Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. 'Tlsai Talll* N. a-oJ .rr_.'.4 .. J... e. 18_T. I
TbeM never waa the tine when the appearance From JACKSONVILLE.l FLA., (calling at Charleston. ), Sundays :Tuesdays and Tharada,..
well known heavy locomotives which From CHARLESTON >8. (J., Mondays, Wednesdays and :Fridays.
;i asmBser girl bad to bare so much are being used in the belt line tunnel :For hour of sailing see"Clyde Una" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.. BOOTS 1soUlID aa MOW. These are :Just 16 styles of .
.t Baltimore., "
.atioea which. she sbonld hare and if Equally interesting will be the SouthBound.Steamers 9 Lv.. .. Jm.wa.ih.' ........1r. na? IlCa70U .,
'abe to ambitioas to exhibit different extensive are appointed to sail from Tier'29, East River, New York, at 8 p. m., as follows : re Tils .S t, in:.. In.
t TarUties of each style the total could elevator equipment ,There will For CHARLESTON,S. C, : Mondays Wednesdays and .Fridays. 10 ...,-.. L ......JM. ...Ar.Ai 6t ....
be 49 in all and will be of tbe For JACKSONVILLE,FllA.,(flailing at Charleston), .- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. t. .-, ttran. ...... ....
S;, .e.dly be swelled to 6 l well known double dram Sprague type.Their New England and Southern Lines 1 .: : :. ..... .l>la>Jia.,.. .. ,. 4' .... ...... ..... .....
Sri needs at least 10 patriot shoes can will be 100 Clyde (Freight only) .... .... ,r.. ..... Pmlatka .. ...... ...... .......-
easily told. In the first place, when capacity passengers (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .Ar .. ,.JP* M t eo..........t. 81*? ...... ...... ..... -
I per trip, or a load of about; .115.000pound& .. ... ., LTL.T.. ....Hmn Ualee.... .,. SIttpt ...... ...... ..... ....
she gets up in the morning she of STEAMERS "DELAWARE, AND "ONEIDA" ......lx .. .. ,.. .. ... .. .m oorad.. ..Ar. ...... ...... ...- -
thrnsta her feet in her .
exrarae bathing to sail follows
S, S to the It ia "'fIf7'ratlfylDI to note that the From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, as i From f,Boston, .-... .. .. .. ....Port tna vs... ,. S Wi .....
L slippers preparatory morning whole of the electrical equipment of :FRIDAYS. LMwlaWbbg .. ..:.... .w Sqyrua:.. ... HOP
3. bath When her morning toilet is completed yr... ." .........Oak !1111 ...' l ar '
such an important work in the capital .. ..... IIMtp ...
__ abe discards the bathing slipperswith .
__ t ..C\MrPotal.,...>.. 1t fop
of the world has *
city been secured J"BockledJe..V.V.
the round toe and flat heel and by Clyde's St. Johns River Line. .61 ...... "' u11p! ...... .
J dons her breakfast IlI An hour two American firms" and the fact ia a :..: .....,,. ... 12O'p...........
pel'L direct; tribute to tbe high character of ...Eon GMIh.,. II.o3a ......
after breakfast it is time to think of the (DE BARY LINE) .. 4e. '- 11 duo.,.... .
(morning's fan. It be a brisk: rank electrical work in this country.-Soioniflo Jacksonville Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and landings on the St.Jobn.'v River. 416 .. :::::: ::::i. :....:..,Melbourne... ::4' 11:4. ..
I may Intermediate .. ... IjLa
American.The .. ...... ..... No.eiaaA." ., .
awheel,' a visit to the golf links: a '-The elegant Bidewheel Steamer:. .. .t ...... ,..4... ......,,. 10 'honebsok ride "walk ..,. ...... ... St. Luiilo.......... 0F. ........ .....
a long or a yachting "CITY'OF JACKSONVILLE ..... ...... BOO.TllB. ...Fort 1'lorce.,...,.. One .. I
i { trip any one of which requires' a. writer who haa time to explain CAPT. W. A. SHAW. amp... ...... II u:.. ... ....... Edeu.. ....... 1)0,117r .. ..1 .. I
;' pedal kind of footgear. everything has not much time to writo. ..n. 820. .... ..Jnnnea. ...,..,.. .... .........? 1
i ..... 0 4un ........ ..Stuart,. 9 4t" I
I Sot the bloyole there are three styles, Tb.? reader who is too indolent or indifferent .. Is appointed* to sail as follows .. ..,.. ",Allria '...? 86' .. ... ... ...... /
i"" Leaves Jacksonville, Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3.30 p. m. ..;: '... tionn. ...... 8181 t
; to look references ought to Site Hob*
not .
and the one that has suddenly gainedthe up Leaves Sanford :Mondays and .
Wednesdays Fridays at Lao a. m. .. ... p 8 his ....Vest Jupiter,...... JJJWeet ...... ..... ..... 8
moat popularity ia the low ahoe, read.-Vaudam. SOUTH IW>UND. NORTH BOUND. : 02p ., ;:.;. waoa *" soon... 0
fashioned somewhat like the ordinary Read down. SCHEDULE Read up. .,.-. lop ...: ....,. llOUn AT.wsop Palm BeaokV., I.V.Linton. .. aMB.
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oxford tie bat fastened with lace. At Fever Leave 8.30 p. w. .. ........ ...,........Jacksonville......................... Arrive 900 .. m. ..::.. ......... ..... .......::Sort LAuderdalej...,... t bma.. .i
.... .....,: .............. .. .. .. 8.641. 8811 ..
,Germs 8.44 p. m. .P&latka.. ...... ........ .. .. Leave m. ... ...... ..... ...
ant the wearers of the low. shoe need<< .4 8.00 .. m. ..... ..... ..... ....... .. Astor.............................. 2.80 p.. 4suuppAr... ".' ...nMiamlW". ..LT. 5'aGa.. .
thick golf stockings, but they hare. been breed In the bowels. Kill them and you ..00 .. m. ...................... ..8t. I'rancl........................... 1.00 p. 10'1.
of lisle are sate from the awful disease. Casoaets N .. m. ..., ........1.......:.... Heresford...........,...:.......... ... 11.00 a. m. A.*W. BANC. Trains 32, M. W and 7S,bet We's*
pond to be too warm so those 8.00 a. m. ..... ..................Blue Spring........................... 11.00.. m. sonrllle and 8k. AavnsttnsiUllrTrato ,
y thread were I11b tltliAd.; Notwlthstand1 destroy the germs throughout the ; Arrive. JlO.. m. .....:..........,...........Sanford............................. .. 9.00 a. m. -5TA1ONd.o I t S08, between Miami sad
the'sensible arguments which noam.EtIae system and make it Impossible for new 9.211 .. m. ........ .. ................EDterprlee.......................... II 11.80.. m. a i Flaresddl exoept Bandar' .
ones to form. Casoarets are the only reliable .:. k. efen,. v. ik Treln twsea Fir nejw.t
:low shoe there arc I many safeguard for and old Gen'l Passenger. and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. v, t b ale t Mo.dw ie
young '
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s to the high:" boot. The new-
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against Yellow Jack. 100, 20o, 60o. All t sad. .
I 1 is made of utoa. ootoed
druggists. (().LT.HOWARD. Superintendent F. JoI.lROIfIlONGBR.: JR.,:Fla Pass. &g t.
r to matoh the 00 a1lll& Foot Hogan St.THBO. 20 West Bay.St. v tA. eeaalN
.5.> Golf oalla for a special ahoe. IIMmeds JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of Russian leather and hAl low Orange Grove and Residence ..G.EGG_.T.M., 'W.H.WABBDBTOir,E.P.A., M,H.CLYDB.A.T. M. UBISCA Y.NE" .

,ftaoad heel and thick sole, the latter being y ,, for Sale.A 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.

inserted with sereral rubber disks \ Servtae '
b appointed to Perfoim M follows
end the heel with rubber orescent to fine grove and garden property of WM. P.. CLYDE A CO., General';; As-enU., '
Ir slipping when delivering a violent 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River 5 Bowlln.Green New York. 1. 80. DeelawarelAve.Pklladelphfa. Lssw.10AW 10.90: p. m. Wednesdayv and Saturdays: connecting wlh Train 0.
and extending back to the county roadat
blow on smooth grass. These shoes.ake Sbarpea-about 15 miles south of Itoaft Ell.!WEST 8:00: a, m. 'I'uHdaTB and Fridays ,
Mla U with Train 11..f< Ui>*l Z motto. I
". out not higher than sin inohea and 'Itusvllle-known as the Brook place; 00aAe0Ci.U '

one of their essentials la to make walking 600 bearing trees; good house, four I.r.B100t.Maas: 6. D. y

easy. rooms and kitchen; servants' house and Southern ... Fa.eaaIt.

The correct walking shoe ia a laced packIng house. Trice, 450000./) AvtnurtHae. .....

affair ,, of calfskin, made aa high aa the Apply -

golf shoe, with an inch and a quarter BOBBINS OBAHAK,

c quare heel and made so that the for ,Attya. for owners, d..Railvvay.. The Tropical Trunk Line;
Tltusville Fla.
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ward part; of the foot from the ball to 1

the toe rests firmly on the ground. A ABS LUIELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE
horseback tide of course, requires a "- Jacksonville -Tampa & Key:West RaiiWJOSEPH
pair of well made riding boot The
.' smartest kind are made of patent leathm yUT.T.TfAN' DRAWING BOOM OARS DINING OAB4, '''H. DURKEE ReceIver.

Table in EffeCt Sept IS,'9'. Fo is
il 1t i1 t: No. No.709 No. 21. 0.23Time io.xi.

F 1 :::::7.':' Local 915 "912& Lv.JACKSONVJLLE..Ar 180.III :16:1::j_ _

I v EAST ; Mixed 1020p 1J36.. ..............Orang. Park...."... .... 810am::: 8011P"
.'01'1'IM'I.. I''D'''' NORTH, AND WEST. '. .;:;:;,: MOdW'YI103Cp! 841. ..,:.... AV..i.\ ...Peol'l..,.......' ..... ... ..........1.
4Kf ........ .. ..... .
What PEFFER'SNERVIflOR Did ... ...... .. ... 1101. 1000a..: .,... .MagnoU..F.. .: 'e Oda III. 0"' '.-
: TWO DAILY ........ .....:... ........ ......JBoet..lelt..I. '
oth.r.It ante fnfl.DowerfuTly and quickly. Cures when all TRAINS'. BETWEEN FLORIDA, AND TUB. BAST. ........ 11 eat. 121. loslGi.. ..;.;.... ..PaJ.tka..,....,..... ..: "p00am llooPE'I
man recover Toun youthful to.o vlm rutalgI>r. Ab.nlatclv manhood O..old.. ..... 124.11' 1240aIltea ... ..........Satsuma. ; .. .. 428am::: I
..(.>. .__tceieTi glBhtlrIMI.M.. .I_.s .w..r. Washington and Southwestern Limited ... .. 140p 140a Ul31la! ........Cre.cent CItyJunction.a ea! a m !
ell... .. __. 7a11. .* M._*_,Wa.r.. l>i.. ..... 281'1' 219a It !!4.. ............Seville........... ... 811'l.m dSSDm400p : '
.... 't.
and,. ll at nil anuM "* and And the United States Fast Mall. ........ 128. ll22a: .DeLeon' .. III ariprir:: "
hdtw" Wards otflnMBltv. and. oonaumptloo ........ 4301' 251a 1127p.Je..Olenwood..A... IIMm
Xin't let drtwuut lo .. .. 819p
you e... lmpo.e a ","Msourr .. Ina'.on ... .... SlOp 800.12401' .. ........Bere ford............. eam.... 2112plll
In iP "KriPs In.VIR.1t! !apnd!! lop II. OILY 91 nouns JAOISOITVILLE TO VA8HIHSTOH. ........ liMp .,.....1269pAr': D.lAnd.I-es ...... .
CeD be..errled ID" plalnwrep. ........ ......,.122OaL., } ...... ..... : { .... ... N291..
T FOB OTJTDOOB War:: L!. par "=-C for%.S tefh'd :.:,.dtMra :a ONLY 27 HOUE3 JAOK80NVILLB TO HEW T :ar. ........ lap .... ......Enterprise ........... .......' tI03ll..I": .
', but some prefer those of calfskin or' paasaraat.e' .N Oar.ry..B1t ___ ........ .p.$3. 03p Ai .........TlTUSVILLE......... L': .
Russia leather. They reach nearly to rLfxTJt1; JII(S IPICAL.!._.. 4;.....w Add.yS V ) ........ :.,.. ..... ........ .Paola ..,..,......... ..a.. :: .
i Bond lkvled Trains ........ ..:: .. .. .Sorrento' : .......: .... .. '
aapesed of Latert ImvtvnA hUM" .t... ... ,......... .. 1115sr'
? the 8J..I.Oar:: sad ..... Bte .. .
knee and are made with stiff tope to .... ........ ... ..
Sold J. B. lag Oars tMmck wlUwol .2Op 1. M&: :.01I01S
Screven .
by .ban ... .. .i
only. Dora..L.
.......... b .1.. ..8&1......, ....:.:. .: .. .. 436pr............. ...... m 2loP
-p....Hew Terk...tae stek ........ P 816 a -120p.&1'.......... ...Sanford.............1 V 'i4 B
......I. .........A..Itamonto Springe..........
... ......4311.. ...... .....Winter Park ....... 114Pp .
KEEP YOUR BOWELS 8TRONQ ALL THROUGH PULLMAN DRAY'ING-ROOM SLEEPING OARS ...:.... .: .. 11011 a 2 IOp! ...:."...... .Orlando. ..:.......... 121'lplD ..
SUMMER 1jr I BETWEEN .... : .. .... .:::Itlaelmmee..............
JACKSON ILLE AND NASHVILLE. .::..... .. M.............BartowJo..Lv, tI1a"r
........ .. 1 40 a .2Op ...............Lakeland.. ............ '4IIplD v :
CATHARTIC ........ .. 1140 a .1IOp ... ......_.. t 8150plll
S Through Sleeping Cars Dally J.cksonvlll to ........ ;. 2 0op .. .Bar&oW'.L..., T 1211 pili' / ..r--
........ .15. IIlIIpAW..Tamp..M..L.. I
Cincinnati via ....,. .: .. ......Tamp. Bay .. ... .L.a728Pm'tOSa. ;"
Asheville Through the ........ .. 11M a 8 00p Ar..".........Port Tampa..........:. ..
"LAND ... : .. Mon andtTat. 10 pip Lv..PortTampa..........Ar ,8IIpm wed j0 .
OF TUB SKY.. ...::... Tnee & Friday. a 0I1p Ar.............Key WM..........Lv ,811 p
....,;.. Wed and Sat. 8OOaAr.-..... .......Havana.......... ..Lv 1230pmDally.
rov'detaOed "btfomsavine) ea to rtfea, err..ecl1I1,, ...
ssxr. eg.aK *..1tevY i Ma tuaw..av a.........a-.prg; er _. ..... .*.>. apply ta t Daily except Sunday. ,
CURE CONSTIPATION I Tratllll n and 82 carry P11lIn Buffet 81eepl.1f Carl. a& 11dl.n Mah
F1.eW' River.teamen(new Hoe) ...... Tltasvllle. Mondays .".eI Tb; ;dds74 .a
L A. $IIIIPXIJ, Tea Agl. West Bay..... CRoeilledp. Eaa Ga1He Melbourne tatormeMlate P" >"o. .narriveatTttrvvleTb.ndayandSaturday W.
10.1 I. tit JaeksoBTttl ) ennnmetiar with J.T.&K aj. IJ- t
IL OOIL'' Y. A. : Train II, ,leaving Jacksonville J:12 ... "ovali a' HawtlwTes! aalMd.
i, T17U' !.. IL JU..1U)1ftCX; daily a* : a > & ,_ .
'" a. so-t I
+ i1= .. &......_.,...sad I" tarrho.>..a .......1......DRUGGISTS.,_......UT........ a. -W Z1 o A, Q. AsA,er. tea,M trrivesatOaklaad'4OSa.. St.I unborgio JO.,..m.Lacoo..., ... '40 Bojiday.p. .... ''farpoD Springs*::60 "m*
1..11. pl.sad III. 'r. STKHLIMU llaakUr'(0..CINo.: Moiu.&*. SIS .u:.a lo7.' 'Yo B. CORm. dally except : Q. p Ge-ral AC1 ;' ;" ,

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o play) tennis w.ll'1. great, but 1* ;:
PAsi lp.NS.:
UMBER ''II probably'doe more to the handicap of Seminole Hotel *
rndw.a wDk TJt1e drees than physical shortcoming, although -
ate royalarler.t xbeeD' tl..e, both factors must be taken into

h decided for 'this! season account The fin de siecle American woman OPEN ALL THE YEAR.1' Brevoort House New York. .
might compete with men on ansgual
and light materials are t *
,ht color silk and ornamented footing if complete dress reform WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

",OTB la over every form-insertions, in sport were brought about This hotel is substantially built of brick and baa every convenience. Close to Homelike Hotel of envious reputation. One of the Oldest and Best-managed]
|( yokes; eta. It II w,11 the railway depot Free 'buns! to and from trains Boats attached to the hotel lIot.elaln New York.
flounces! and
Many of ther with fishing tackle on board for the use of Rueats.; Ruble, from $:2.00 per day Memorial Arch Washington Square.
lace ,
)* a NEW STEEL and St. Near Washington !
; Eighth
are covered with rip. upwards; special rates by the week or month., :Fifth Ave. :,
ruffle of the drew ma- GEORGE ZAP ;Proprietor. aristocratic neighborhood In the city.\ Large and sumptuous apart-"
ounces or Said to Contain About Twenty-five or The most business
unequalled for ,
Is absolutely
Insertion and !
When Is unsurpassed
lace. location
edged with Twenty Per Cent ol Nickel. ments. Tb '
: transit lines passing within twoblocks >
cable and rapid
bands round the and pleasure, all the
in ilght-seelng'
1 it is put The manufacture of nickel steel will *

,'l'twO or three rows of It Black, pointed lace probably} } be revolutionized by a new ::aOPJ'EL CONOZIS.Ye., of the door.passengors arriving. by any of the Ferries, or either Foreign or CoontwUo!

it In the form of a V. process< ;just invented In Pittsburg. A take cross-town oaT and oable cars or elevated train stopping at
silk isvery much In favor MIAMI FLORIDA. steamers, can any hotel Is managed on both the European and
bite silk black company has already been formed by Eighth; street and Sixth avenue. The .
of soft or
gash cad I well known looal capitalists; and the American plans.
'Impnivementa. Located '
park one
hotel with all modern on ,
and new product will shortly be turned out Perfectly hotel new Palm commanding; splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rates The regular; tariff charge for each person
effort is toward block from Royal .. .. $1.00 and upwardsFor
Ll I effect White i lighYneee much in large new quantities.The steel was invented by W. J. $2: per day and upward. Special rates by week, or month. .. for room room only and Hoard, $3.00: and upwards, .

continue to be a oonspion- .--. '- For full particular
Sashes effects are of freoararrenoe Williams a well' known steel worker. Suite of room. with parlor and bath at moderate charges.
tare and collar No patents have been taken out by the av-: I Invite your Attention to: my Complete Stock ot or any Information, write to
on dress CHARLES JAIMES, Proprietor
inventor as he feared his secret would
feature observable Is the thus be learned by others and endless HARDWARE and CROCKERY, -- .

id lace sleeve. All aorta of finish litigation might result Careful analyses -
such .lie. frills AH kinds,of Bout Goods Stoves, Tinware, Gran- -
Tat the shoulder made of the finished product by Glassware Lamps and Lanterns.
'poufs and the like, but the very chemists were but they were unable to discover Iteware, doors sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast ,R'y '
sleeve is without any of theset made the freezers, Quick meal gasoline; stoves Blue Flame kcroxlne oil stoves, garden tools, .
how the steel was or
additions. Most sleeves are different materials plows and harrows, paints and oils Fruit jars and Jelly glosses- poultry netting
of the
ted, the favorite mode being sbirirding proportions had been and barbed wire, r The Miami A; Key West Steamship
or tucking from top tobog as many of the substances Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami.

changed by.the furnace's heat. Tin Bboplnoouoeetlonwttb8tore. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special Line to Key 'V ost.

this season' revivals aree It is claimed that the new steel contains ty. Made to ortl.r.lUld M cheap" the ordinary woolen, OliN Gontraru taken anywhere In the KEY WEST-Hotel Key Went: $4 and upward, special weekly and commercial. 1;
from 80 to 80 per cent of nickelto Please write me for Trice injtult a por. General offices: bt.: Augustine.
silk. ( tin rooting,Guttering etc. uunf entire A. M. Taylor, Manager
and white glace Attention rates. Open year.
chine the steel. Heretofore not-more than .ountlor patronage. Mall Orders given ITompt and Careful iD C. B. KNOTT
tier is used for accordion plaited of nickel to the price*answered promptly.
from 8 to 4 per cent ::Do5:. :& .' C .
I and the former takes kindly to steel has been obtained by those engagedin I--RtTSIp7R; General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Pico.or's

Ig and shirring. AJJeantifnl gown the manufacture of it The teats est Palm Beuon, Fla.
lawn 'with insertion of
B BB VTUlMJ made showed that the Williams steel
> colored lace over aUk Illustrates Increased in strength .and hardness to -- ,

Hployment of trimmings on bodiceKirt the point where 18 per cent of nickel Cottage. ;

in the form of a V. Equally was used and from point to 35 and 80 ., .
Ive is a gown in black and white cent each addition of nickel made :
with insertions per HOMESEEKERSt : Tl.1-1: ; 7i11o, X'1.Centrally .
over white silk the product softer. This variation in Pa1:1n.: :: 15troot: ;,
h and small puffings of chiffon. the softness or hardness they claim in ". located between both depots. Airy rooms good table pure drink.. ;'

'a continue rembrandt moderate which in is size always exHhe no disadvantage as the steel will thus Who arc Sccking| Homo in the ing water special rate by the week or month. ,
become suited to various purposes. :"a Rates: $2.00 por day; CHB F. FISCHER'Proprletor. !"
used, '
handsome feathers are .
Very They claim that with the new steel '/< ,

knives may be made just; as hard as South should send to' the ____ __ -
now with the additional advantagethat undersignedfor _.. ___ _. -- ------ ---r

they will never rust The softer \ ARTHUR T. FEASTER.

t'u cycjes steel will and be a used large for trade the is spokes expected for bi-to a copy of the v.' :IIAl: :: T :RIVER:: .:IOTEZI::

be developed on this class of work. .

The advantage gained by the new .-
steel is that much less steel than ordinary Florida East Coast Homeseeker. ,

can be nsed' and yet have much .Indian River. ,I(; :

greater strength.-Pittsburg Dispatch.A :
Fla. ',

Great Engineering scheme We have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing and for 4 a dy r ''ii

One of the most important electrical Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the Unltod Sta el. dyd ARTHUR T. FEASTER. :

i engineering scheme on record by .* MANAGER.
which power i*. to be conducted from Apply '!
Santa Ana to Los Angeles a distance of tcl" ')''tiv .
JAS. E. JNGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, v Open All The Year.
80 mile.. under a pressure of 88,000 1\1\,
volts, is now in process of consumma FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y ,_ l'i,

It is proposed to deliver electrical '
tion. to 4,000 horsepowerin ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. Only a few minutes' !ii,I
energy equivalent al a ,
walk from Railway stations -
the oar house at Los .Angeles. The and Steamboat land- '' '.'
SUMMER TOILETS. power' station ia in Santa Ana anyon "

turbanlike twists of tulle round 12 miles from Bedlanda and 80 mile MANIER & LANE. MUSIC COMPANY; _i11 Ings.On the banks of- the \'

'owns and large bows of ribbon. from the point of. development The ..:..f ar-fameitjndlan River. {:
el take rather the beret shape current'will be generated at 1,000 volts

of soft pliable straw, with flow- and transformed up to 83,000.The (Successors to FREYER&. BRADLEY CO.)

atber,tipa rosettes of tulle eto.. power is derived from the water of the '
le veils are'esteemed most dressy. Santa Ana river which ia to be directed Pianos Organs and Musical Merbhandise.A HOTEL ALGONQUIN i

e of tulle with black spots are the from the stream by a canal ,

becoming. It; is rumored that thet flume and tunnel work along the side "UXItlltll
where it suddenly A OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS, AND ORGANS AT A "SACRIFICE. ... M.; W. EATMAN, Proprietor,
is fast superseding the hatg of the canyon to a point I*:*.W.W"' j,
married women whether young drops through 9.200 feet of pipe We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos Organs sheet fiT. AUGUSTINE FLA. "

ddle aged. Toqnes and bonnets in a distance of 760 feet to the. water music and inimical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out
are assuming increased immoo. wheels.Electrical Review. the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to mako room for a full New Furniture and Ustnras: throughout. t
iqnence hats with lows line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. Klootrlo boll In every room." Fronting tbe Old'

Picturesque with ostrich,feathers Aluminium Coated Sheet. We,have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200 more than weask'for .1 Blare Market and rice Overlooking the Bay
are .them : with fine ocean view. All wblte help. Rates
h are again to the fore. Indeed A middle west galvanized iron manufacturing .<..................;.,..:lae HainN Bro... .tyle emah................,./2no day and upward. Special weekly rate. ,
ConoveretlrleKwal. tt.OO ?
is noticeable feature company i* producing steel ...... ................ 3'JII aohubort.I 16. "'II a per
a .
popularity It J eb IItIO Maloolm Love, wal...,.... ........... Zen/ Cample, room.Travelers'
e season. 'sheets, coated with aluminium which, j' wai'-5;;; ;; ; ;;; :;; ; trioh boas are included '\ln every it ia claimed, 'are superior to and more 'I >t. e ,eb.......................... 400 xvereet. eb'. '.. 1MtIt :
It n .II'JII -- --
'robe. Very becoming are the neck durable than galvanized iron tin plate McCammo..tyle'twal K.wal..8'J.......... BOO XIDi\.burY.ltlle\ A .b......,. ..-......,. looKnabeGrand
made of colored and white chiffon, or planished irou for many purpose for .j' ....,. ago .;.,.................. pro '
It twal.r... 970 Btuyveunt eb..... .... ITS
dges fringed with ostrich feather which those material are now gonerally I. r,eb.._... a!0Halnei r wal.. ...n..n................ y7ma Hotel q
used. The special advantage "'no.., 6,eb.. ,... goo so..........,......" ,
sheets are statedto :: :.- It i a eb-::: .:::::::.,.,;;;;: ITIJ Jaa. lit:liter, .b...;.;.;..";...;;... ;; 110 '
I to the capes they are very short- the aluminium coated andamed' .. ," a.mah. ........,........... I9o I Morris, ? 7 ion f "V
pelerines, in .fact-of light silky be that they can be worked the coating 11 Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and Bay Street Jacksonville Fla..
|' embroidered or spangled lace without peeling put In thorough order, and w. guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re
plaited tulle. Imported ones, direct adhering absolutely to the sheet, can be funded. We furnish a stool, scarf Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville This hotel Is now under new management and' baa been thoroughly renovated 'il

I Paris, made in black chiffon cosa- easily soldered will resist the action of ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us throughout tW'

with silk or gauze the pattern sulphurous gases, and can be heated to>> MANIER 4,LANE MUSIC COMPANY, all Trains and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms'and all ;
the coat- 24 East Jacksonville Fla. Bus meets ,
Joed with cord are very effective. a red heat without destroying Bay Street door ,'\,
e of them Jake the form of a bolero ing. Moreover they can, when desired, Conveniences YEAR ,'!1

I wing sleeve. Other; are merely be polished to a luster equal to burnished OPEN ALL.THE .:::3

bort fashionable cape.' "It Is pre. silver or nickeL-Popular Science River Route. Wanted. Rates::-American Plan, $2 to $2.50: ; European, Goo to$1. Special by the week. ill

d that thin l summer will.. the News__ Suwanee ...Agents. Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.. r r'

I of cape and that id the autumn ........_ ..w.. --::FOR_ :

shape of visite-mantltt Will'r ap- Charcoal thread used a*filament in .,
electric lamp ooeta about 919,000 a R'Y., To all Points North andNorthwest Flaoid
.. Covdela.e pound but an authority; state that Via The Hotel tlaaaul,1894

roost delicious.cordials an dls- gallium i*vastly more expensive than ,1
Macon and Atlanta. Standard Subscription ;
Palatka Tlfton;
of it being ) .
and carbon filament, \% grain JACKSONVILLE,
I from loaf pineapple the
sugar Low rates toall Summer Resorts; exceptionally ; ?;'It
I from peaches. 'The New Tork Trlb- worth 990, or. about 9100.000 per Low Rates to Nashville, now :SOO: $: ., of the city, on Main Street the dividing line between east and west :
tbe center
of the In
I gives these directions: for making pound He also furnishes a list on sale at following rates: By the W. B. Cooke1' Company, the block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. \;
rarer metals with their approximate Ten day limit Tuesday" : and Thursday: largest publishers and manufacturers of one Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all;train.. Terms $a.6O per day and ':t;

I 1 and out the pineapple in smalls price per pound: From Falatka, $14; Jacksonville $13.80 books In the United States. Finest line upward Special rate by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. WI, "" .'..1,
left after mak- and of new holiday and other lublOrlpUoobooka .1.
i or chop the core Beryllium Rhodium and thorium................... 6.000Dtdrmioia Twenty day limit, every day: tbe market. Also agents wanted ,1,
|pre en... Put the fruit with itsi and rubidium................. 4/HG Palatka $19.25; .Jacksonville, $17.60 on the latest and
.i in a porcelain lined kettle and and tantalum..................... 0.1.01rbtm I for"The Silver.Idel"
enough water to all the Indium. nloM m and yttrium.......... ,,000 October 31st, every day: best textbook on question by] SOUSE. ,\
between warm the Let the pine- JIQ&beD1.: aD4'rUIadI............. 5,000Beystna Palatka, $26.28; Jacksonville $24.00 the great silver leaders. Exclusive ter OCEAN BEACH : r. '
piece : The Scenic Route. The Iii.torical I ritor,. ;Largest, Commissions. Price) O.f
e simmer until it 1* thoroughly : Battlefield Route. :Full Information, below competition. ON THE AMIRICANAND: EUROPEAN PLAN. l''.
ked, then strain it, pressing out all 81ce oar reeervatlon, ma etc < Write at once for circulars and specia > ,
Juice from the pulp. Allow about can be; obtjnbrltl g-or callfol; I term., stating :your choice of territory.W. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing.the Sum '

a pound of sugar to a pint of the Rapid BeJldlBf.In upon HUGH L. RICHABOBOIT]! Oen'l "B. CONKEY COMPANY/ mer. Rates. $7 and fU per week. Special rates to families. House open all year. .,,
skeleton H. C. BERRY Sea Breeze, Tla. \
id. Let the sirup thus formed boil Chicago recently the steel Address MRS. ,
[ ten minutes, then add 'an equal for a nine story building was erected in O. A. McDoxALD, O. P.A. Agt"l 341,1W3,343: ,347,340,891 Dearborn. St,

City of the best cooking brandy. lit da.J. Wm. c. SHAW, Vice-pest., CHICAGO
tie the cordial and keep it six months Macon, Ga. !

re using STANTON HOUSE.D. .
fake peach cordial in the same way Yellow Jack Advertise in and The Swannanoa. 1.
kills Yellow _
Cathartic ,
I fine White Heath peaches and CancareU Candy No .,. 1ft e
og one-quarter of the blanched ker- Jack wherever they find J. JONES, -, Proprietor..
cut into thin strip Serve, these one who take CaacareU regularly from the Subscribe for{ *** ,ASHEVILLE, N. C. ,. _. "
systematically. la la danger fi: ]
lialain that come :
the tbs tiny glasses and dell- dreadful disease. Cascarets kill YeUow THOUGH modest and unobtrusive Bates $2.00 day. Special Terns to .:
purpose with ice cream In the bowels and preventnew DAILY DAYTONIAN per .
THE hotel liAsbeville.
there Is no better conducted ,
cake Me.
or wafer. ones from breeding.; lOc, 25o, The popularity of The Swannano. .. FamIll s.

All druggists. Of Daytona, Fla Is due to Its unique location It) 1 ,.:i: ....... J\:!\'
the excellence 01IU '
home-like atmosphere,
>ite the vaunted physical _perlof ,Tbe only,Dally Paper betweenSt. ...'
Yellow Jack PreventatiVe. and West.pally cuisine, and. Its very moderate price.$2.GO Two Minutes Walk'from' Central .: ,
,, the masculine sex, lawn tennis Augustine Key: day. Liberal weekly rates. '''"
I been ata1- Guard against Yellow Jack by keepingthe news despatches. per Depot. '
up almost a* 1000e clean and free RAWLP gCHATTANOOGA1. ,
B.: ,
P>y women a*.by men. The women' system thoroughly matter. Caacareta The largest; local circulation In Daytona : TENN.
npionship tournament held at Phil from terra; breeding will: cleanse the system' and It read In every town between Central, on street car; line. Prop. .,
phi demonstrated this fast beyond Candy Cathartic I St Augustine and Key West,. on the
and kill all contagious disease germs.WANTED I Coast ASOKVItLK, N. C. ... .
ote. There American sport East
are few Pleasant location;: r.Fort
Pen offer the pleasure and excitement MET OB: Adverttsingrate. I Subscription: NI efamily'home; lodrn.oa-

anis without personal danger and -FAITHFUL travel for responsible on application. I One year 94; Sic -W have just received another supply Pierce Hotel bona veolenc andfuralablDlll; No better new flsbtas; and, laa.Iq .&-
to tobaeco Ned
of ,
011' can b-mjoy.d toy both saxesally established house In Florida. Salary .-... | months, $3.00. : which of..very will be fine given grades a war to My peraot. ., ,, la the State. -J.'*T.M-nUB,

,and tennis ha* been justly pop- $780 aad expense. eel6addre..d Address* who Win plant it on t&e East: CeesL Cat J'orPle"'na. a. rlafdt f yp emlle'r.rly ,.

he for thi reaaaa, 'say a contribute _t.:' BeferetW' I-close Star OATTOXIAV Pcarjeanfo Co. (Ine.), ',. or send atampeoVaddresssd envelope lot ON,INDIAN,RIOEER, Near.Inlet. of 1fw Hetp.Coa> ;', '
Puritan.WK>adder,Tbe differ;; stamped envelope. The National. 'Dayton Ha. "f to**ta>the AJDTOCATI omc. .
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a INDfAi' ttJYKB. ADVOCATE, .OCTOBX 8, 1397. *

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i' quit CAPITAL,UBTTEK. : house to keep It from floating away; ,all ROBBINS & GRAHAM DUREN & FEASTER..... :
+ the fish-boats were hauled out, the owners -
fearing a gale was on band. At GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES
(From our special' correspondent.] Florida
times, the surf could be seen breaking

JEUJbL t t S TAIXA.HASSEK, FLA., Oct. 7, '07. fiver the tree tops on the east side. ...La"" ;y ors... Western Meats of All Kinds. Crockery. Glass and Tinware. ,

1 1 1I with R.,
1 Robert Hardee, of Rockledgo, Your:
issued the patronage
have been to
Letters patent & Wall A. Hardee & Co., of this place, bad his WILL PRACTICE IN STATE' AND TITUSVILLE Solicits*
1 tNt mercantile firms of the Knight'
I{ a : FLOnID
t here few
bicycle' shipped a days ago.
Co. of Tampa, with a capitalization of UNITED STATES COURTS.
This Is the first wheel we have sofa In ,
u'p' li f $100XXr;; and to the CrowellSarareseCo. town, but we look for.more shortly. --- ;::
., also of Tampa with a capitalizationof
Q $26,000./ ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished E1_. Lse: ::J::) dZ BRp:

Hon.. Walter Gwynn, of Sanford, who Daytona. .
:. was appointed by the governor exam- for Lands in Brevard and Dade Groceries, Gral l. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Grocer![

Ine the various sites bidding jfor the Rough, stormy weather for .a week And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, H.y. Bran, Cotton Seed ,,
,-AT- State Reformatory has about completed/ past. Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing bleeps I,
his examination and will no doubt( file 01
his report with the governor at an early -Howes, of the holly Inn, Is expected the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit YOU j

Rock-Bottom Prices. date., shortly : I List Very truly,' E. L. BRADY,& BRQ., p
ii ; : E. F. Haynes, our parry-cycle man, Is We have a large Tltu8vlllePI;
The Florida Tobacco Leaf Is thetitle
off to Jacksonville for the winter. '
of a new publication at Tampa. There of Lands!? owned by --
; Strictiy For Cash. field for such Dr. and Mrs. Wallace, and the Misses mi .vsvE
M Is a large and lucrative A Jackson went to Jacksonville Monday '* ::: : ; aZVCE....
publication and there Is no doubt but ourselves and clients.
.N will be of much vahve to the to- The doctor accompanlell Miss Nona to T'rotoot; YCr 1r Props
school All N. C. and the
Healing ,
i baojo Interests of the state which haa "
Price for unimprovedlands BT INSURING IN The "Old, Hartford, Fireman's Fund, Providence
others return to this$ city.
v' afi % Titusville, Fla. assumed such large dimensions. Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the ,

+ l; The Floridian, at' Tallahassee, has hop Saturday of the season evening at witnessed the Seaside the Inn last, $3 to $ I 1OO safest companies America ,GEO. B. RUMPH, JR., ronwt{

been leased by C. A. Choate, who assumed Agent for East Court,
: mind
and the folks In
; ; Palmetto Drug Store control under his lease on the lat of that "blessings young brighten' as they take ,per acre. Titusville, Phd
of October. The publication day
their flight," kept It up. till the latest -
has been from
the Floridian changed
Er possible moment. WE have a few Residence, Orange .
/' No. Atlantic Saturdays to Tuesdays, the first Issue
I M. HUSTON.: Prop. 3 Block
under the new lease 'appearing this Two of our most promising boys, Properties In de- G. OARY-ELWES
Grove and Pineapple ,
t : 7 DAYTONA, FLORIDA. week. .1 Neville Clark and Worthen Gove, left i
: I for Rollins College, Monday. Harry locations. Prices Reasonable. '
Medicines Chemicals There continues to be a steady demandfor Thompson was to have gone with the sirable FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
DRUGS, Immigration literature from the party, but his health did not justify his -

'i.S3 H country at large, and arrangements are leaving! home just now. ( TITUSVILLE. Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance
I' Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, ,Combs, now being made In several sections .of OFFICES : < WEST PALM BEACH, Company -sod d
''r 3 Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet the state to'take care of it, mailing out Our citizens who' have been north, are I and MIAMI. Mutual Life Insurance Company,' of New!" York.
new descriptive data. Several papers returning rapidly. A number got home
I1 r Articles in Great Variety. are also getting out trade editions for last week. Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley were goYour Business Solicited.
the expected Tuesday; Mr. Ruger and famIly TITUSVILLE
coming season. ,
h Physicians' Prescriptions Accurately on Wednesday; Mr. Foote and family Titusville Barber Shop
There was another general hearing be- Saturday, besides number, of others MflJM-U-l- -'
ar116 Compounded. fore the railroad commission last week, who are about due. i
at which the representatives of the various I '
railway lines were present, and arguments The.'season promises an unusually Call at the above place and get your Lesley Sc MotlowcX(
were heard upon the proposed early opening. Mr. Leon Despland Is
schedule of rates, rules and regulations very busy getting the Palmetto in readiness Hair Cat Shave Shampoo .
to be adopted by the commission, which by the 1st prox., A number of his (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO)

,1 November have now 1st.been It adopted is understood and effective that guests to having reach Daytona notified him early that ID they Novem-expect or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins ail id

the commission schedule of freight rates ber. The fence has been, removed from H. S. MEADOR, Prop., Bottled Beers Ales] and Stont.
lowers the present tariff on vegetablesand the1 hotel lot-a great Improvement. Titusville Fla. ,
to what Is known in Geo. H. .Clark returned from New A First-class Line of Cigars. e.* Billiard and Pool Tail
railroad parlance as basing points, about York in time to attend the special meeting .
and hotel trade Is solicited l: Prornpt-and careful attention
25 cent and on other than Interstate Family given tgordors.
per ; of council, called to receive an ap-
traffic, on all classes, that is on all traffic plication for a new telephone franchise. Cash must accompany yourorder. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tituivffli,,
between stations in the state, 25 percent Another election has been called for an Globe 'Gas Engines
to 30 per cent. All further hearings early date In November. Many of those "
now coming before the commission who voted against the measure did not
will\ be heard upon the lodging of complaints fully understand the question; others :L. R. DECKER
under the commission rules and objected to certain clauses. It Id thoughtthe Stationary and

regulations as now promulgated, effective amended franchise will be approvedby -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[_
on and after November, 1st. the citizens. -

{ Florida has an area of 37,000,000 acres ; The Safe, Reliable ,and Economical -

? PINEAPPLE PLANTS. ,' of' land, about 20,000,000 acres of awaits which Eau Gallie. 11 Power for Business t and :* CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMB

i Is fertile, arable: soil, that only_ P '
." the sturdy hand of.the husbandman to iii i Pleasure Boats
:Fancy Pineapple Blips &. Suck, transform them Into thousands of pros Mrs. A. S. Botsford Is expected to ar-. :are3hsttslod: and: Rough.Also .
) perous, happy homes. The assessed aggregate rive from Palatka next :Tuesday.Mr. .

+. ';i" era for_Sale. now probably real and reach personal over property$100,000,000.She will. and Mrs. Merrill, of Tropic, are Auxilliary Power and Mouldings and Turned Work;' Brick, Lime, C Ceo
{ expected to arrive from Kansas City
,t, Abbakas Egyptian Queen, Golden has 8,000 miles of railway lines, and next week. Stationary Use., and Crates of AH. Descriptions.
) Queen, Porto Rico. Smooth Cayenne and 3,000 miles of navigable waterways, upon '
.1 i 1 Bed Spanish. Apply to which to transport the products of her Mrs. C. H. Matson and children relatives left For Catalogues and prices, Titusvi11o: ; '. F1.or1
visit to at
HADDOCK & MATTHAMS her fields and Wednesday, on a
; mines, her forests, groves Address
I "Palm Beach Pinery," gardens to the markets of the world, .Valdosta, Ga. BENJ. W. JEROME, ,
h, .Weet Palm Beach, Fla. and coast line on the Atlantic and Gulfof Rev. S. F. Gove will preach at the Rookledge, Fla. JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. M.-BBOWN,. Vice-President:
I -S. Mexico of about 1,400 miles, upon Baptist church next Sunday, at tie C. S. Schuyler Cashier
which sit In their majesty a number of usual hours of service
I' Fancy Pineapple. Plants. cities on the finest harbors In America. Alex-Near la'clrlving another six-inch For Sale.

6 without shelter. Her water courses contain latent powerIn artesian well, to Increase the, power of Power house-boat, Buckeye, 65-f long,, INDIAN RIVER STATE Bl
Hardy, vigorous,
q. smooth-leaved grown Abbaka sufficient volume to drive the machinery Paddlson's. anlng mill. : 22-ft beam; two decks; well found? and.

"' atnd Jamaica RIpley plants Cayenne for,sale. of hundreds of manufacturing enter- Mrs. Valentine and Miss Mary Valen- In A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered,

E. 0. D.,TYNDALLWaveland prises, which only await capital and the tine, of Bayonne plantation Tlllman, For price, .address, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
artisan to utilize these natural forces In BENJ. W. JEROME,
\ \ Fla. the employment of labor and the addingto were guests at Hotel Granada' over Sun- Rockledge, Fla. ,,,,.. AuthorlzedcapltalIOO,

S w her rapidly Increasing aggregate day.Mrs. 1' Paid up capital, $it
K. C. Goodwin arrived from New
t n S. Porto Rico wealth.
4 t Slips, Smyrna, Wednesday, and Night Operator ZAPF. I" r-- Average deposits, $150,(
Goodwin will no longer keep
Grown under for .
; ,' cover. Apply prices
I to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple Sebastian bachelor's hall WHOLESALE DEALER Transacts a General B BI

i'' Plantation, Mlooo, Fla. Messrs. Robert Mathers, Willard Snell
apd G. B. Snell left for Miami, Tuesday, Anheuser-Busch Brewing A'ss'n Business
L. S Jacobs of here
ley : was on the,launch Eau Gallie. Their families I
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Tuesday.
will follow later on. Famous 'St. Louis Lager( Beer. J Largest sled Oldest Bank In 01
Walker of In town
+ Suckers for Sale. Ell Woodley, was Messrs. Geo. F. Paddlson and Albert
Monday. Bennett have formed a partnership In Sold by Lesley & Renaker, Titusvllle. Exchange sold on all FOI'8JgDCo
i I have ait.OOOto 50,000 Smooth Cay- Capt. R. A. Hardee made a business the lumber and hardware line. All success Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral -
enne pineapple suckers for sole; all trip to C'oooa, Monday. to the new firm. Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. DIRECTORBiJAa.Farrenaad ::

home grown, and strlotly! first class; Oeo. Braddock came up from Woodley W. J. Nesbitt returned yesterday, froma SANFORD, FLORIDA W.B.BAayr N- ,
K10Q per 1000-cheaper than any other Tuesday, and spent the day here. trip to Kissimmee. H. U. Hodgson of the National: Vice-president Bank of JaotwmaMDoaaaa Nattonii"Jacluonvllte
: (
reliable firm will sell. Clarence Hicks, of Miami, was a pleas- acted as captain of the steamer Spartan, ), and W. M. BMW
s I GBO. II. WRIGHT, ant visitor to our town this week. during Capt. Nesbitt's absence. ? GOBRE8PONDES.Beaboard _
Orlando, Fla. East Coast Meat Market :1- "
.. The rainfall for the month of September Capt. Geo. Gleason left'for Miami-, ckeouviilteEi! |
at this point was 23 14-100 Inches. Tuesday, with his launch Eau Gallie, accompanied National Bank of

Take Note of This. Sam Boone, bridge foreman of the F. by ExGovGleason and J. T. HINTON, Manager. '1""I".rUS"V'ILLE> FLIT -&.
E. C. Ry., spent Sunday In our burg. Eugene Brainerd, with three passengers.The t

;, For stale a c* fortable home, situated Arthur Kroegel spent Sunday In (town, steamer Spartan, of the Banana CD Ct-
1 iP on the Halifax River, at Port Orange; and returned to his homestead Monday.R. river line, enoounteredrough weather on p-:>> -

55' lame and nicely laid out grounds; five B. Spratt was over from hi.east her trip Monday, her captain deeming It C'aSa : IS ALL OVER.Our -:::-
w ; south of is large prudent to turn back: on reaching .Oce- gy
furnished side home near Pelican Island this week. -
and completely with three anus. s: Inventory Sale Is closed and most of our old stock is gone. We lit
acres of land surrounding It, planted Ina Rev. S. F. Gove delivered two very Deputy-sheriff Vinzant, 'of Jacksonville s: try before you with a New Firm and a New Stock of Goods.
variety of fruit trees-orange, grape, able sermons to our citizens Sunday last. ; Editor Oslin, of the Melbourne -- And a largely Increased stock of
.tA eto. Fine locality for fishing and hunt- J. S. LeFils, representing Benedict, Times; Geo. Hall and W. Robinson, of
:j' Ing. For further particulars address Pollak: & Co., Jacksonville, was here a Faustina Hon. Minor S. Jones, of Titus Oil and
Hardware Tinware Graniteware If
MBS. Vun.i.AUME, few days ago. ville, and several others, were noticed c..2.
}a. Daytona, Fla. Robert Roberta Is building a small In town this week; =- ,. ,
..In, house and Improving, his place on "Pauls. Miss Emma Dart arrived here last ,::::a., a- STOVES PAINTS OILS Etc.

1"14 For Sale. Island" Saturday, from Maitland, Fla., and ,
"\ .,Ul.t Paul Kroegel: lost his rowboat In the opened school Monday morning. Miss Titusville, Flor1da. ,rrrOur business Lumber and Hardware, and we have everything CD'*1
_. JElghty acres of good land, located about heavy blow Monday; it was picked up in Dart Is very highly recommended as a Knee at lowest spot cash figures. tk. F. PADD1SON dEan Gallia
} four miles east of Titusville, on the east the Narrows.Mrs. capable and experienced teacher and an
M shore of Indian River, comprising ten S. Kltchlng-and$ daughters returned estimable and cultured young lady. WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR .
acres of fine hammock, suitable for home from Cocoa on Monday's. W. II. H. Gleaaon returned Saturday to travel for responsible Home-Grgwg! ;
orange and vegetable growing, and fifty southbound train. from Orlando. He reports a decision in established house in Florida. Salary FOR SALE.
acres of rich muck: land, adapted to the his favor In the matter of the ownershipof 780 and expenses. Position perman
of New
G. R. Pitzor,
l .X Aoiklllratldn. of sugar cane or vegetables. Jacksonville the shell mound property at the ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
senting Wldemann & Co., SJLIPS SUCKE15Of
There are one hundred budded orange here mouth of'Banana river, opposite Eau stamped envelope. The National, Star PINEAPPLE AND
"'"I was recently.
iQtb and three four hun- Insurance Bldg., Chicago. .
,1 :Itrees.< place or Gallie. This decision may affect the ? .
't) 'drd bahana, plants;; also a imall dwelling Our dickey birds tell us that there will ownership of pineapple lands to the the following Varieties :
hous/ 80.. 'F t'iale' at the low figure of $000. be another wedding In town shortly; the south of the property In controversy.
_...This offer Is only good for 00 .days 0 Address more the merrlet. Abbala, a Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen, Ripley QaeeD,

,t KLONDIKE:, Our public school will rank with the
I care ADVOCATE, best In the county this winter, as far as Call at YOU NGS' Cayenne, Pernambuca and Red Spanish.
... .
.jE ,t'E IO'![ Titusville, Fla. even numbers scholars.go. There are now twenty- LIIthoroughly. $1 Apply to G.- C.MATTHAMS. Florida West Plneapp Fab" !.c.....
FOB first class shoemaking and repairing ROT. W. B. Tresca, wife and child, are ....TONSORIAL PARLORSFor Chart
A. Washington expected on or about the 10th Inst., and ARTISTIC HAIR CUT required
I. u.IOtelgpvp. Daughtery, an or foil
avenue, Titusville, Fla. Shoes made' will occupy the parsonage while here SUAVE. Ladles Hair Dressing .......

i Ito order, In fine style. Jas. A. Hudson Is having his residence a Specialty. Abrahamcoii -' United States Twine & Net
fl 0" Btulneu
i College. E* bu hed
lt,I [ 1 *' ".11 .''ill .... painted, which adds much to Its appear Hutchinson Ave. Tltusvillo, Fla i88 Announcement. ance. FrlU.Light hat charge of the

'JB1' work. I 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
The Epworth League will hold a social
special arrangement'made with the In the schoolhouse one night this
'iyt, ors Publishing Company, of New week. Let everybody come out and Hardware Tinware Glassware Headquarters All Kinds of
i S York, prop'rletrfr of the ADVOCATE,
have time.
p 1(111, for the lo*price of $..00, send the good ,

,t+ ..J6. ADVOCATE:.and the monthly Illustrated The heavy winds which have been prevailing -- FISH NETS and all
I **OttWdors" have been hard
for rather
f fln .
d J", .Tbi Uanxo pUonai opportunity and our fishermen, the river being so roughas r Woodenware Stoves and Novelties 'Knives;
} 'should betaken advantage of without to prevent them going out. ,. ,
? : .''idelajr{ a* this special offer will hold good
Capt. R. A. Hardee has a number of FOB
'for..hbr.ttime; only. To those who al- men at work planting out pine slips. Forks Spoons, Etc..., .NET
l/'r8I ..***!ADVOCATE the magai -< ,
finest fieldsof .
The Captain has one of the
,, _i>sln s T"Oel t4oarsC' will be sent for 75 pines we have seen on the,river. When In Jacksonville do not fall to II"'ass. call, as we keep one of the biggest BAll !->r
,o Bta.-fMake, all Chas.H "EAGLE
Cotton Gill Celebrated ,
our Neta made of the
data lines of the above In the are
good city. r*
The heavy blow which we had Monday elaewheLINI3N J
S Walton,yyusville.. flne, Long Staple Cotton Twine-ou own brand nut sold
hundred of .
washed out about B.Kitching'
one F. A. Successor to J. L. PUer. GILL NETS, of the beet thread obtainable '.J'
RENEKE ( ) p
tf Reading notice ads. on this page dock, and R. A. Hardee A:Co. '

V'f ." ..v.... are live cents per line per week. .-had to take np the floor' of their fishI -j M3 Everett Block ," JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tarred Extra bfanils quality Rope.steam Oiled tarred Clothing Cotton, oars Hanging, etc., eta LlIUIIo: rite or Pdda'




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