Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
October 22, 1897
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
East Coast advocate
Succeeded by:
Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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: NEWS -Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles*and Sundries NEW: .lft nei1. ...Gardner: i fib,Walker. Indian,lllver Oranges. II000EX.; NOTES. .':t:,\",

among the visitors to town this week. send to F. WABcEHS, St Augustine .

of General Interest. Ira.DRESSES -MI..Maia.Smithfitter' shipment WHBB t*> atop.: See list of hotel no ,; 4
Toplcaa Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, : a pleasantstay The first of Indian Riveroranges .,
paid our burg a flying visit on Tuesday.The o( a tnohtb.with friends at Tampa, this. season was brought up to .our 7tb rage" ',.,,;,- .
end 0. .r.l O: .Ip to __e Uor Indian River Band and trimming Gardner A W. returnedto town Monday.' Tttuavtlla by the steamer St. Augustine QJp-' W* have some fine views, of' out. : ",
..... ..Ba r. Lake Worth I.dU. gave an en- last week, consigned to -a New York East Coast hotels' eto.) which will be "' 1 '
joyable open-air concert Tuesday night. -Mjot John P.. Lovett spent few !
Mid Hall***.BI..... Say v..* -CoL J. A. McDonald returned to in a house, They w..refrom, the grove o/ .>:-.. forwarded to any part of Canada or the ?".,&:/
Sgir other Import. **Potato alone th. -:&11'. Harry Walton, of Clifton, was a Miami the first of the week from a abort hour town yesterday, attending to Senator G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge. United States upon receipt of a two-cent 1 1
t COM .* ..m.... Brl.f mention otjrMtln pleasant visitor to town one day this stay la St. Augustine., business. matters In connection with his I stamp to pay postage. ,',I
BvwnU *.... ,VaHoM Parts week. '
i About People Too Know Conductor and Mrs. W. B. Waddelland .toteMr.. 8. of Sunbeam with As They See 17*. Supt. O. B. Knott Is now working like
World I Griggs
Ton Do., K ow- PickedIbT -Mr. J. H. D. Smith, one of,Eah Gatlie' Miss Morris (DeLand) were passenger two other killed tine, large .. a Trojan, getting everything In readiness sportsmen, a ,
well-known residents In Tltusville for the of the Florida East Coast
Editor and a lMr....WICo..DII on the St. Augustine .yesterday opening
Our 5001" Wednesday.Mr. deer across the river, In the Banana river. "Ol.\tdoo"thatintereaUn"and wide hotels.. %
-.- eNd along th. evening.On section, Saturday last._ ly-read sportsman's magaslne, gotten ;
t Gout of Florid J. G. Bast embarked on the our 4th page will be found a ,-Mr. Fred Myers. ehobas''' been In out monthly; New'York by Mr. Geo. Manager Cbu. II. Davis, of the palatial
steamer St. Augustine last evening for a "Statement of the Receipts and Disbursements town, for several months, left Loutrel Lucas (formerly Indian River), St. Andrew hotel. New York, t Is as

short trip to points down the river. of the Town of'1'It.ul'I'lIIe' Monday for his horn In New past, Mexico on, has the following to say' of us In itsOctober jovial. ever. He was formerly, assistant -.
,-Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, will from Nov lit, 1086, to Oot Oth, 1891.8t. ." much ,;to the regret of his, numerous. number : The INDIAN RIVER manager of the Royal Polnolana, ''tII fa
ADVOOATK of Tttiisvtlle the Palm Beach Ill hotel Is crowded with
hold divine service In the Tltusville had fire friends heie.P.'T. .
Augustine $10,000
popular pink weekly paper of the East guests, and he Informed!\ an ADVOCAT ,
. QTf Episcopal church on Sunday next, tbe early Monday morning, Insurance coveting Barnnm, th*' great showman, Coast of Florida, comes to 'his regularly representative whom he was entertainIng '
D1pdoC 24th Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7.tO: p. m. $0,000 worth of property; happily, one said: "The man who can stick with Its usual brightness. The editor of that he was doing.a remarkably ; j ,
-Mr. T. A. Wbltaker Armour& there was no loss of life. The conflagration and the "Outdoors '
Go's type next morning talk to a having1 resided In South good business :
D 'popular representative, was a passengeron occurred In the neighborhood. of thousand people while I .am talking to Florida many years, 'Is In a position to 'Nevlns' River View hotel Merritt will '
and ,
A yesterday's northbound train, en routeto Bridge Washington streets. one Is the man whose help I w.n&Jr. ." recommend to Intending tourist ,, sportsmen fo1"the season. Mrs.M. B. Ma-
Jacksonville from* tbe lower- East -non. C. M. Cooper, Mrs. Cooper and :_)- C. J. Hector, an o d- ''me' resident the ADvocAte as being a guide to lion (open fit Philadelphia), the proprietress ,.,: y
Coast. the best fish
sections for The
their family, arrived In Jacksonville Fri or gams. pl'i
of Melbourne was here a short will shortly leave with her help for Indian
-Mrs.,!.. Powe who has been visiting day last. They have taken the Walzer while the first of the week. Mr. Hector Indian River furnishes the finest fishing River. She made the house ,very I\f\ ti
relatives at Ansonia and other places In house, on West Ashley Street, near Julia, and family expect to leave next week' for In the United States, and many profitable popular last winter, and la. looking for a ', pew
Connecticut, left New York on Mondayon but are at the Placid temporarily. Miss I Crescent City, where they will' ,make. hints can be gleaned from the ADVOCATE big tourist season .this winter. Mrs. ',
her way to Rockledge where she has Bessie Cooper did not accompany them,, their future home.' ,. the' editor of which will.| be pleased Mation has bad several 'Improvement
vmiMrs. a fine orange grove. having__ ___ entered school near_ Baltimore. to reply to any Questions. oonoornlnff mad to the house for the ;convenience 4
Mr. "Jeems"'Alexander well known
-Mr. J. Tlerney, of Orlando, after -Mr. and Mrs. James :MoFarlane, along the East Coast for his,/:connectionwith same and comfort- of her guest ,t

sojourning; 'some .time In New York, well-known resident., of Lake ,Worth, political affairs, and private secretary f Manager D. P.' 'H tbaw.Y'. of theTampa ,
started for home on Monday. Our re- have been spending. a week or two In I, W ex-Sonator Call when that gentleman : Mims. Bay hotel whom no ,ADVOCATErepresentative h

porter met him on board the Clyde New York. Mrs. MoFarlane has i been was In office, was circulating among --- .- met. In New: York Is
steamer Iroquois, just prior to leaving >n a visit to her parents In Guernsey, I his Titusville friends last Friday, and busily engaged getting everything In
British Islands Rev Best filled his appointment here
of the near Franco .
/,4 Gotbam. one Saturday. readiness for the opening 10f his ,superb sal
while her husband has been enjoying last !Sunday.. hostelry. Mr. lUUmway; who is said to
-Our representative, writing us from himself at Pine Bill, N. Y., and other :-' Commodore''0. Edward Graff of Little Nellie Schofleld\ entered our be a first-class will soon leave

few York, says he baa been having a places during the summer., Brooklyn, N. Y., who spent luob n school last Monday. for Tampa. manager From what ha told us,

1 .r splendid time. A few days ago be spent -Senator Dwight WJ;I'Tuttle, of New leasant time at Mwrritt lust winter, will We are glad to report little "CallleMlms there are some grand things ,In store for.
islf-an-hour with Mr. H.. M. be Indian River this-season to
Flagler on again
Is much batter her attack the at his hotel the coming sea, '
returned from from of
he Haven, Conn., to town "acbts.III. guests 'jv,
whom said he never taw'looklng, so take charge of Merrill's fleet of '
last the fever. son. Mr. Hathaway among
down the river Friday and left !
well In health.Mr. many friends will be glad to have
f Following morning for Orlando and other him In their mlds't onoe more. Mrs.". Hawthorn has 'returned to her things, has engaged some very line talent n,
L. Thursby, who bas been Inland points, to attend to business hems at East Mlms after her ,summer for the Tampa Bay hotel which will bea
pending several weeks In New York matters concerning property In that sec -:Th*' steamer >St. Augustine went visit' In Georgia., new departure for the flint System of'
with his sister Miss Emma Thursby, the tion of the, state for his client. Mr: down to Eau O all la river shortly after hotels. These troupes will appear at Interval &1
The school wishes to thank Mr. tr
E. M. Souvlelle 'left Jackson- great and well-known song treas, left 'on Tuttle, who gave ns a pleasant call yes her arrival here from the south last Sittrday for the rules and blotters' which Rumph he *,during the. season. .
Ivllle on Wednesday, for.a visit .to the Monday, via Clyde steamer Iroquois, for terday, leaves for home to-day (Friday). 'In view of the reported storm distributed. so ', r" i
his home at Merritt. DelaYI he Is >ut, storm did not materialize ..adIhe kindly '
hvllle exposition.Mrs. glad and
) 'wife To Hun Between' Miami
II. J Smith and
back Ex-Mayor Monday Mlms .ohool'r80Qlved three pleasant
to'get to .Florida.Mr. returned to on to K'I
M. L'% Coleman;of Wyckoff, N. fancily of Pompton Lakes,. N. ,J., left run br,regular schedule, leaving at her visitors last week Mrs btrhan,* Mrs. the Bahamas.
who Is well known here, I..a frequent -- J. Y. Miller, manager of .the NewYork Monday; for their fine homeat usuaj time, on arrival. 'J., T. 06 K., W. Roberts and G. B. Rumph,"' '4, ....' .
Tltusville Tannin Extract Co. left last Rookledge.d number relatives .
Quite a of -
ptor to New York city. e. '
\ Saturday, for New York, per' .Clyde and friends wereon board the thin, ,,""I''' -'- ,., Weave Indebted tt the boys of our Another Ulu.b' tioq.of fast and efficient
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apt. A. r4 Feaster b...* the steamer, on-- ,business conneoteil""wl'tD"tbat steamer Iroquois ,to bid them. adieu.. Among the prominent Brooklyn' (N. school'tortMr' *'ltnp't\Weltlt'DtII''Oa': "'>the" shlpbniliUnfflstfaaft of the new steel
utant-general his ;resignation as.cap- concern. On his return he will be Mrs Smith told Our reporter she was Y.) people who right royally entertained grounds,'In't.h. way of walks, etc. steamer Miami, vrhioh wilt have been finished k
i of the Indian River Guards/. f accompanied by Mrs. Miller and daughter glad to get back to Indian River again, the; ADVoCATe representatives recently ,Mrs. Eunice Sch'ofleld left last Friday ; by the Cramps within all: month'

Dr. F. H Houghton, Day toll a'* pop- plare'. who have been spending tbe sumner as were also the Misses Smith and their were Mr. P.: J. Nevlns, a well-known afternoon to take charge of .the schoolat of the date of signing the contract, say y1
Ir dentist, spent from Saturday until In Canada.Mr. brother.Arohdeocon'B.. I commission merchant highly respected Woodley. We wish her success.' the Marine Journal of Oct. 10. Her accurate -
on.Indian lllver Mr. Danltyan,. one ofBrooklyn's The League held business dimensions are 340 teat,, between
|nday among his friends lit town. .' L. F. Edwards the ; Epworth a
-- populai F. Brown _writes ,
us t ,
molded and
contractors and 40 feet beam
biggest poJrt.lolans last and perpendiculars,
meeting Sunday nighty a new
The New York office of the INDIAN manager o( Armour & whose political territory reaches of committees 2,1: feet depth. The fact that she U built
corpse,, were appointed., I
VEB ADVOCATE Is at Room 537, Met- ness at Jacksonville, returned to the business matters, he and Mrs. Brown '
from Brooklyn to Coney Island and Mr. I In accordance wltb the req.lremeot.andunder
; :M rs. W. J. Groover left for her home
last week' after extended
metropolis an will be In that be.
olltan Madison delayed leaving city
Building, avenue. T. F. Novice, of the firm of G. Edward the rule. and Inspection of, the
In Ga. last after ,,
Okaplla Wednesday a
absence, during which 'tIme he visited fore the end of next week, and will ,
3ne of the ADVOCATE'S* valued Ur- Europe. Mrs. Edwards and children ar.rlve.In Tltusville about Nov. 2nd or. Grail fe Co., bankers and stock brokers, sojourn of three weeks In Mlms. Miss American Shipmasters' Association, to
((0.) subscribers,Dr. P. R. Bennett, of New York and Brooklyn,. who owns VenoUs Mime her. class Al for In the "Record
pa have been spending the summer at Asheville 3rd. Mr. Brown will hold service hereon ,. !accompanied Foreign Is '
of the turnout. In of American and Shipping a
bleasantly located in Daytona for tbepe N. C. and are expected,, home the first In November one smartest-looking ,The the of
; Sunday on Brooklyn, his tins Stanhope pha+ton and following are names pupil guarantee of her excellence, while in
being. '
I IMrl. shortly. which day Holy Communion will be spanking pair of horses being the admiration on the roll' of honor .for the past two very respect she has been designed for r

Jere S. Smltbl ;jr.:, returned tokaonvilIe : ...CoL B. W.;'Wrenn. the jovial traffic administered at the morning worship.Mr. of alL He handles,. the ribbons weeks: Carrie China Geo. Straban, the special service ordered to connect ?
,, {act, from .New manager of the Plant System, and Capt. John Taylor, who has had with considerable skill, and i, has complete Susie Mimi, Bobble Strahan.: the terminus of II. M. Flajrier's'' railway

Irk, where she been sojourning very J.'W. Fitzgerald, the popular superintendent charge of Mr. O. K. Wood's large pineapple control over his spirited steeds. Miss' Bellenfsnte has. a flourishing "Miami, Fie.;with the Balaraa Islands.: '
asantlylor some,weeks put. of the Plant Steamship Line, plantation at Stuart for several This gentleman was chief of the Brook. physical. culture class In connection with She has three decks and two tier* of: r

-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. ;Morton, of were among' the gentlemen whom our years past, was In town' a few hours yn Fire Department'' for '85' years, and the school.' .She uses "the Emerson staterooms, finished In white mahogany.
averal, were in New York last week, representatives had the/ pleasure of yesterday, on his way to England and I the Immense pen-written, framed testimonials method. The scholars and outside young The saloon amldsblp I* a very elaborate '
will soon return to Florida." Mr. spending some time with last week, in from there to thirteen, Ireland, for a few and solid !gold medals presentedto ladles who belong to the class, enjoy, It one; all the stateroom bar running
rton reports a very successful season New York.. They are certainly hustlers months' 'sojourn among relatives and him by the people of Brooklyn.-which very much water, and the cooking will all be ,done)
V the Kebo Valley Club, Bar Harbor, for their respective companies.' friend During his absence Mr.'Wood's representative saw a|. his private away aft to prevent, any odor ,reaching y,
., place will be taken care of by Mr.'B. B. esldenoe-shows with what an amount the passenger ,The motive power consists -
..:.Senator Matt. Quay and son passed Smith. Thos. a brother John of esteem thelr'popular chief was held. ,Fort Pl rce.: of two Independent sets of ma t< '
Mr. J. B. Russell, jr., and his danghf .through here, Saturday last, on their! Taylor, has T.ylori Mrs McOlnnlss' Mr. Nevlns held the position of',chief chlnery each comprising 3-cyllndr t
Miss Florence, will soon leave Hartd home from St., Lucie, where they plantation at Stuart. longer than any chief of a' Ore depart- /III engines, actuating two lit
Conn., for Daytona where they had been Indulging in their favorite ment In England/ or any other' part of Miss Howell left for, Palm Beach. Jut Independent manganese bronse 3blaclepropeller ;
Ive rented a oozy home for the winter, and exciting sport *f tarpon fishing for a -Mr. and :Mrs Wm. M. 'Brown, Miss the: world. The foregoing gentlemen and week. wheel. ,The ship wilt be t
I Miss Russell Informed the ADVOCATBpresentatlve. short while. We noticed that the Senator Louise and Master Mark are spending a their families will be on Indian River GOd Tucker paid Fort Drum,, a visit schooner rigged, with two smokestack,
had quite a number of fine, luscious- few days In New York this week on their this winter. Mr. T. F,''Nerlns owns the th|. week, will have the most complete electrical
looking fancy pines on board, which way home from lengthened visit to hotel and other f' extant and 1. to ,, ,4'make
Mrs. J. P. Beckwlth, wife'of Trafficnager Mrs. Brown's In New Hartford Nevlns Rlvervlew property Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left. Monday, equipment guaranteed
> wilt, doubtless, tickle the palates of parents at Merritt. for visit to Orlando.. sixteen( knobs speed. y,
tbe F. E.. c. Conn. Mr. Brown' has also been on a a .4 .
York shaving from some of his many Pennsylvania friend '
IIn New gone there before t long., business trip to Boston, In connection ,, Mr Mann came up from Eden Saturday I
Tlthfleld, N< b., where' she has been with the tannin extract company at this .:Gilberts'_ Bar Yacht Club. on a visit to hi* wife. This,li for You.
ending the last few months Mr. Beck- -Peter Cooper, who died worth mil place, which he says was' entirely satis I G..Bevlll and son arrived last week) +

Ith joined her last week for a short ions of dollars, gave some good advice factory. Mr. and Mrs., Brown and family An"Indian River correspondent ot the OD a visit to hi* wife and family. :f: 'If "in the eou-rM' of human events" .a
V- the business of town when I
I' he to said "In towns men where every expected to embark yesterday on the Morning News, Savannah Ga., describesBewails7 I J. Wailer,of Ankona, spent Monday yon are troubled with your teeth, go to
We understand that, arrangements Is : man should newspaper advertise Clyde steamer at New York, en route to Point and the yacht club's new night here, leaving next day for bom*." Dr.DodIOD, Tltusville, and have then

kve been made whereby the pulpit In ID published It, If nothing every more than a card stating Tltusville. quarters there, as follows: "The Gil The back country I 10 very wet Just now, put la order; It In the best and cheapest !,
l e Presbyterian church at this place the business he Is engaged In. It pay berts' Bar Yacht Club will dedicate their and the farmers are ",&cIlor the rain to thing; yon can do. He_has. really the" ". $
shortly\ be filled by an able minister new clirb house on November 1st., upon methods of 'dlsimsmOffitth. .,
the advertiser, and besides, lets the people A Fine Property for Sale. stop C% latest and best treating > t''
T the gospel, to'take the place of the at distant know that which occasion a gala time, Is ,anticipated. Great Jmprovements made and can do all kinds of work
a being
may are
v. D. M. Goodell f ,, who bas gone to settle there with a chance to people make a liv- A small fruit farm and canning business -, The membership numbers nearly .it the'school house; a belfry anti vestibule In the neatest and beet style. This to a "v
Land. at Webb Mills, N. Y. One of theflne.t. one hundred, representing not only_ thr.OOUDtl'1. fact that cannot be'galnssyed.
ing. Never pull down your sign In a places and the most profitable but Canada and Europe. The are being built.' ._r..--___-_._., -...- s .
Mrs. Alnslle;the bright; and .charm newspaper' while yon expect to do to bad weather the festival -
situation of the house Is beautlful"ba- Owing< ,
this of
business In part the country. Five
k r'>tel young Majestic wife of Manager Central Alnslle Park, of business. miles from Elmira, N. Y., and a few rods. ing an ocean and river frontage In that was postponed until next. Saturday,. '''AU ,. A Fine Hotel t02'--Bale.'
adjoining and Mrs Aaron A. of section where the Indian are cordially Invited.
York -CoL Degranw, from the railroad, express and telegraph, picturesque f of'- ,
oner party, was, at recently,which one the of ADVOCATE a merry Jamaica N. Y.% entertained Mr. and Mrs. station; one-fourth mile from churches, Manatee and Santa i Lucia rivers merge Mr. Stetson the ,,agent her, paid St. 'Owner wishing to retire, will sell the, .

presentatlves also 'entertained J. O. Walton, Cbas. H. Walton and postomoe, stores, steam gristmill, etc. their romantic water and surrender Augustine a visit last Thursday, return oldest and best known: transient and at
Kht royally. were Claude Walton a few days ago at their There are on the place large first-class themselves to the sea, and where the ,. lUll on Monday night's train., family hotel In,Ashsvllle.i' N., C. Small ,;,
a beautiful home.' The Colonel owns a with deep narrow, tortuous stream starts It* location and
modern house and barn an Inexhaustible Rev.Tresca, accompanied by his wife cash payment. Central ,.
sat night being the occasion of fine residence and two hundred acres of supply of pare water from a winding course from the pool ,o* basin and baby, arrived on the steamer Tuesday valuable frontage.. Apply to -
pd pritcbard's 61st birthday, the land right In the city, and Is .reputed to bored well, ,with a force pump, steel formed by this. commingling/ of rivers and left for home the same day. LOCK Box 600,
bld pared a little surprise for him. be one of the richest men In Jamaica. tower and windmill, water-tank and ocean, through: the mangrove jungle ,Asheville, N. C.,
p. m. all the members of the He bas some fine horse and carriages, ing; also tenant boose In rear known a* the Jupiter Narrows, to LakeWorth Mrs Hearthstone, the talented mast. f
d, full uniform assembled at his and certainly makes it pleasant for his new cunning-house and frost and BlseyeBar" clan 1. giving lessons on the pianoforte. A Bargain : ;
4 and after playing several pieces, Meats. Colonel Degrauw, a* presidentof proof stone and brick storagebuildingwith Pupils .are fortunate who' "secure .her

Y Youngs presented the captain the Jamaica Savings Bank, Is havinga a complete outfit for canning fruit FIFTY dress Gardner 4 W, service i'M: acres of'fine vegetable-land. Situated -' ; +
ia token of their and $73,000 building erected for the bank, '' .
regard appre- together with recipes, on the peninsula near the Narrow' .4 .
non of the Interest he has taken In in which he I* largely intered. Among trademarks and food-will of the business. Wanted MATTINGS! all prices. Gardner *; W. frontage on th*' Indian Blver .and the>
at Institution, in the shape of a very other things, the first horse-car road There are on the place several % -, ocean. $2000 refused for ,It tour year I,

at drum cue. between Jamaica and New York (now hundred choice varieties of fruit tree In By experienced man, can of orange ... ago.. Will be sold for $'TOO' to close es. t '
operated by electricity) was built by him. full bearing; also;lots of berries currants !grove or pineapple plantation.' Fruits, Sugar Car Sale. tate. Address, 8. I. S.,'

UR stocks of fall and winter millinery CoL and Mrs Degranw expect to leave grapes, etc. On account of poor flower and ornamental grounds.' : Ace ADVOCATE office...
for KDora, Fla.,fa December. health the place will be sold much below Seventy tvi thousand sugar can* for \ :
and Address A
dress reference
coontaat: 0. .
goods.. in call and ,
; sal*. For f nrtherpartlenlars, address
| tee it* value _You will make mistake W. St. ,
them. 117 Ashley :
Gardner A Walker. To.Exchange.!:
: A. T. FAS-ntB
Orange ,
.Boxe* J t If yon do not examine this property. Call Jacksonville, Fla.' .
wMte to L. BHADBPBT A flow ,Tltnsvlll, J'la.' 't",
or Fine;sew, tWCH-'dwoUIIII';; 7 rooms, .
Bone 'Wanted. beads. Write for Webb Mills N. Y. Chance. fitted ,with water and throughout '
Solid and panel ,.. Bare e gas ;
G. ,. PADWSOJT air Co., and bath nom; situated on tile corner 4
[Save your pones and send them to the prices. lo..and Cow. r A valuable hotel pehy'oa the Indian 8e-' r
Ban Gallie, Fla. For sale, on BWgewood avenue, Day of First Street and French avenne,
River furnished sal at,
iS111* Fertiliser Co. South Jan .- ; fully for surrounded '
loW byv
tome very nlc rs4dae ... Improved ford Fla.,,, on two t'
VIUe, I"Ja. wm pay cash for them 1. Bad for Bale. Good, well-broken young horses from lot fa a desirable location. >House <. one-third original eo.c. 8. L 8. Iron fenc*..: sulphur and city- water.'

Grapefruit -. to I&XOO, delivered at any point, .ow muted. and py tea pr' sent.aec. Address ADVOCATE Office., Would exehang* for boa. and land oat, is '

DUCKS for sale; TOrT be peoC Flv hundred grapefruit bode, ea* from Daytona to Went Palm Beach; also This I* worth your attention. Indian River. *. lvaJ.D'$ ,ooo. '* "- "i" ,
clmens Orst-clase milk cows reasonable ". Address. "0. U. W.." Address E. N. & "
; ( for,, two ducks aDd a 'old /20 100. Ala or- riasf; .
drake, year : B. A. 1Lum... Address me at Gadsdeo Ala. AOTOOAT* omo* WATCH REPAIRING don by Anthony oar, +
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J 'i,4' : \ t \ INDIAN BIVKB; ADVOCATE.. OCTOBER U. 1897

JbtlHJS, ,,Asleep.' The following, relative to thework, o, .State of Ohio, City" of Toledo J t Lee. Michigan Lumber and
Mji ji P tL ; Oh How Thankful I ., ._ _, the 'local newspaper is-a true as that ,* Frank Lucas J. Cheney County.makes oath{f"that he Is Manufacturing C 0)):
;: Mr. EiVerria., the'" la night .
describes, w yl follows jdayj;, "JCach year .every the senior partner of the arm of F. J. MANUFACTURERS OF _
t'i r1A"a4" which fishes IleePThey',are very light local paper give from $500 to $, ,(OOO In Cb Co., doing business' the Cityof

a ;b' thin was Maddening and Hop sleepers, and frequently assume singular_ tree lines -for..the ,benefit! of the 'com Toledo, County and State aforesaid Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Staff Sidings
Q 4, the ofOne r-,
and that said firm'will sum ,
{ : pay Flooring
::j positions; but the most remarkable munlty in which It Is located. No'ether Hundred Dollars for each and every &

Abandoned-Wonder-LtulResults thing ;U the change of' color many,! of agency can or will do this. The editor, case Catarrh that cannot be cured by Ceilings and Mouldings,packing Boles and, Crates. Turning and

.. them( undergo while asleep. Usually In proportion to his mean, does more the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Scroll Watt
; "A very aevere pain came In my left their spot and stripes become darker for his town ban any other man, and In FRANK J. CHENEY. Good'work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to

i knee, which grew worse and worse and And more distinct when they fall asleep; all fairness he ought( to be supported." Sworn to before me and subscribed In office. mm lid
y l 1 .' anally a Bore broke out above the knee. pattern. 'Jdlelcolor' ; my presence, this 6th day of December,, '
Occasionally the of a
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+4 + It discharged a great deal and the pain A. D. 1886. old line 485.
h Telephone ( )
+ from my thigh down was maddening. atlon la entirely changed'. ., 'The' /ordinary ''Don't Tobacco Spit and Swok Tour I4r.. Avar. SeL _4 Jacksonville, Fla.
: 'hard porgy for Instance,'present! 10 I the day- To quit tobacco ea.lljr' tjd forever be mmnetio. { A. W. GLKASON.SMV .
Large, purple apots appeared on
my beautiful all{if life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- -. Notary Public. .
leg.. I suffered In tfil* way for years, time Irrldesoenti hpes playingover ,DIM),wondnp-worliir, that make. wpak men Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally -
and gave up all hope of ever being cured. Its silvery aides' but'at, night, ''pa' thongs All tirugglst,too or"!.*. Cure auaraa and acts directly on jtbe blood and mucous .
t q 1 ''i t" :My wife was reading( of a case like mine falling asleep, (It takes on -a; dull .bronzetint tee4.. Booklet and sample Ir".. Address. surfaces of the system: Send for '

II f+? r E ,i a cured by Hood's SarsaprUla, and she and '.'six'conspicuous: ack': bands! Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago, or, New, York.11ondey'wltlthoanclent testimonials* free. HARRY,MASON & ft

? advised me to try It. X began taking it make their appearance on Its .sides. If I F J. CHKNET & CQ.,Toledo 0, ,

'' and when I had used a; few bottle I It Is suddenly awakened by the,.turning. I 1 :,reeks' was, -Sold by druggists, 75o [_.
v found relief from my 'Buffering. Oh, the day of rest The Persians: set apart Jobbers
of the In the aquarium 'It ,Immediately in Fine
+ yr f bow thankful I am for this relief I< I am up gas 'Tuesday, as the day for) publld worship, ,The four principal 'diamond mines of e. MASON et co. Import

ti I !l stronger than I have ever been In my life. resumes thelellvery'color/'ilmS.. / l cbel It the Assyrians; Wednesday;\.the [Egypt the Kimberley district employ about w Bay Street,
by ,
shows Mf. V errm, (
+ ( lam In the best of health, have a good daylight. > a laD *' the'Moslems hold I
rhursday-whlle ,'8,000 persons., From 2,000,000 to 3,000- JACI180NV1LLE. Liquors, and Cigars
'I ,appetite and am a new man altogether." these changes to,the. principle of '"pro.tectivecoloratloo" Rig
A Friday as the. most .sacred;day; ,"of the 000'carats ire turned out each, year
..P. Moons: Lisbon Falls and pOlnts"out"tb .t '
Malnl\\(' week. :.< .' and to' 1802 tell tons'of 'diamonds,
up *
the of black bands,' and- the '
appearance Grade
k + ? Fiood S Sarsa-. deepening of;the spots, serve .tcx'c ncea ; valued,, at 00,000,000, had come from Whiskies, Etc,

I'' parllla'lathe the fish front their enemies when .lying lvo-To-aao for :Fifty CentalGuaranteed : these, 'mines..

o best-In foot the One True Blood Purifier. amid 'eelgrassand aea-weedl.-5torles men blood. tobnoco habit boo ours,Si. malcel 'weak. Renewet' cures --"" -
trout AU
i I pure. druggleta Hall's dandruffand whiskies-tmportedandllomeetlo t: Souther.Belle,Book and Ry-:..
,,,1 'M Od'. Pills cure aghverIlls. JfScenUV I from Nature. i scalp affections; also all cases of Brandies-Domestic!.,.apple,peach blackberry, and peach and honey..,....,......trom'tarp)
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OlnHoll,Old Om, ,,. .
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J ,* I A Birmingham workIDgm made use baldness where' the glands which feed ....,..... '''.......< .; .f ,....,.....,.......from.I.MI. :
I the roots of the hair are not closed up. Wines-Port Sherry' Catawba,'Mosca'tai, &****. tics. from......\........ ,;....from'l...... OJtf]
Gamplfor Trees. of the parcel post recently to send hit Clarets-Finest Brands./ ...... .......,................. tlro) ,
i J nl ,''?, ;jq v$ GROVES IN'' DRY PINE : 0-year-old boy home by malt ,The pOltI Handkerchiefs were made fashionable Y':;r Bottled .a.Beer AU.. ..other.......Fine....\..:/.r..r.Brands......,..,at...equally.n..... ..,Low.,..:...Prices..,................... .."Irom.from 82.2.lpor' per

1 I ;aV LANDS. Mr. Geo. W, Mackenzie, one of the AD I omce,'under the rule regulating' the conveyance by the Empress Josephine'who had bad Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested without

-' VOCATE'S valued Canaveral subscribers, of live animals was obliged to teeth and held handkerchief before tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express er.
a ( Company
'I has the following to say In regard: to the not take liquor C. O. D.. .Send with order to save delay i
'"'' ; of accept the child, and charged 9 for money trouble.
correspondent the Farmer and '" pence mouth when she laughed.
1 4n ,
camphor tree: am interested the her Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., '
r Fruit Grower, vjho, has, had ten' years camphor tree. 'We have two fine specimens the service. 301, 807, 800,1811\ W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE FLA.iL .
fl ((1 \* I'! ) zperteooe In'orange growing on high; | grown from small plants seven

.''i a 'dry, poor pine land, writes as follows: years ago, which the have never receivedany A Common Experience. =
attention.In way of cultivation,
I' lrr ac What I wish to Impress' Is 'the > great fertilizing, etc.-In fact, are grown close 'Scene I.- Mr. Johnson Is'obllged to give, :Manager. F. M. BURST, Treasure
:a 'necessity, of, keeping the trees thoroughly to.some large oaks. They are beautifulto up his work remain in the house and '

I ,. 4l ; cultivatedduring' June, July, '''August, look at, and I do not think there are. take care of himself on account of a FLORIDA MACHINE

t 9 and until! about the middle of September, any finer in the state"' llmha.dreadful. scrofula sore on ,"one" of his WORKS

}I r '1 the importance Ol which Is too often lost Scene II. Mr. Johnson reads' testimonial ,

.1 1 / ,?'I sight of, to the detriment of the trees by ,A GRAND GALA WEEK. -:which tells of scrofula troubles IS'.t IRON and 'BRASS CASTINGS.General' .

J r' <|r the curtailing. of their growth.; Whilst -- cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla He resolves

i.; during the months *>f spring, ?growers Jacksonville, intends, to hold iy gala: to try it, sends for a bottle and r Repairing Promptly &. Accurately Done
necessity week on November 8th, Oth, 10th, 11th begins taking it. .
lee the of keeping the entire
Johnson has taken six
0 ;. Wt$ ; t grove clean by running the harrow, and 12th, and this, city will, on: Jbat oooasion'try Scene bottles 111.-Mr.of Hood's Sarsaparllla. His Iron Building Columns; j FlM' '" Shafting, Pulleys Hangiti"

..i thereby preventing to 'a great'' extent, and hospitably entertain all scrofula sore Is cured He Is feeling ..tctlvtoraar and Boxes In

; :!a evaporation and holding the moisture In who oome within Itl..envlnlt.. stronger, has a good appetite and Is HIGNESTAWARDsaPI1RITy.ROBT. Sash. Weights and Orate I Sfock.;
'There will be bicycle by crack able to attend to his work.. He writes Saw Mandrels
;*;. the soil, yet when the rainy season seta daces all 81
testimonial of his
telling: experience Bars
+ ; : i: 'Sn, about the: beginning of June, they cycler from all over{the; country; firemen's with Hood's Sarsaparilla, and recommends ; W: SIMMS .a Specialty..; F urn I s b e II.
l !Grp" 'will not unf requently leave the trees during tournament, In which- all the fire It to others. ,.;

9 companies In tlie state will compete; mil- ............
the sun met td take their own course 'SOUR AGENT AND SUO-AD.. ..LS!, ;:,'
k.y '.''as( \with perhaps an occasional hoeing, and itary nod. fantastic parades fireworks, Yellow. Jack Killed.. Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Klveiiidt i iJAOKSONVILLE' ]
E .to with'the trade display, etc., etc., etc. In short
heavy grass'amid weeds .Wholesale
fight : Cathartic' Liquors
Cascaretfl. Candy Tel- FLORIDA.
everything will be done to entertain the ,
; 't "I' which make their appearance., 'A few low Jack wherever they finds- him. No I .

is'1s:; grower go to the. others extreme'; and people who'com ., one who takes Cascarets regularly and Jacksonville.Florida..
., \\J' keep' their 'hanow'running, the entire Special low"rates .have been obtained systematically Is In danger from the CI : A.S. e'J0-
: ,:I.I.C. CO.]
the whole from the railroad companies and .hotels, dreadful disease. Cascarets kill Yellow rr Write for Prlc s. .
fauminer over but under
grove, ,
and Jacksonville will endeavor to make fever germs in the bowels and preventnew -,, DEALERS IN -
rI : \ thjs system of,'clean culture >there 'Is Ones from breeding.i 10o, 25o, 500.
J much waste of plant food '' (land exhausted and; Now; Jacksonville the metropolis of '

kept Is heavily, rapidly manured ,- it must_ be the state, and the ,people of'that city earnestly Walton Rapid CatklngMachineNoone NEAR .& TAYLOR, : \ \\IIt !fI .17. 410 W. Bay t,

For the average grower I consider the desire to be snore" "In touch" with ;one $5; No. two, 910.; No. three, $IlITitusvil'le (Booeessors to John McAllister.)' > -fJ JACKSONVILLE FU,

beet way I I. to keep the tree vow clean all their fellow ,citizens. .Thisnala'week; i'' :Fla. .... RICH WINES create good, rich knl
+ .. .. -.- festival Is gotten up tor, the\ purpose iis thy blood. Don't make the. nbub<
Ute summer oy suaiiow cultivation but Artesian Well C.ontractorsjoil buying soar poor wine because ft I
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bringing the rest of. the state Into closer :: -' LI cheap. It ia not. It baa a *
n'H when the rainy season sets In to allow Zart?, If yd need any f Job printing, we -4- D greeahle effect upon the system Deal, was,
rr wlth'lhe'peopld"! tv5tl'vd'nthe ( ') -
the grass to ,grow in the middles (the relationship !| shall pleased. to get a share of It. EAU CALLIE, FLA. good win ia really not oxpeniln, u
between the tree biggest city,In Florida; and for this gives you that pulled-Wgethet, ttiatlRfled
paces ) or some feeling.
( erop can be cultivated between the reason we hope to see many '.thousand t3r We make a Specialty of North Cm
Jinn Mountain Dew Corn Whl.key tin
here that'ocoaslon.
I and turned under In the fall, adding/ humus people on Jacksonville ". ,f lean old f 2.50/ per gallon. '
r growing more rapidly than any Ct Parties living In Dry Town will 4
+(. 4 and the ;
Improving mechanical
con i 'well to order from as wo cu m
1, # ,dltlorr the soil, but .If''cow peas' aroJ other city in,the south, and all Florldi- them M per cent.on uSI onlen.J3f .
aD.'DQ doubt are proud of this fact but Always lend money with 0
J planted Itt the middles, on no aeeoutt r ........ wewlll not open new accounu
h 'f, should they be allowed to encroach on we want our friends the state' to see suitable Jacksonville reference l (si1
for \ .. No Good sent O.O.D. to Dry Tor
t ; 'the trees to tnterferre with their growth, themselves, and we trust there will .. ,' ". ,. .awlPt. 101 ..\1 .. Agent for Indlanopoll Hrenlnf
I It t for there la no policy in building the be a generous outpointing of our, people l'' Brewer and Bottler,Indlaupolii,
" F'' :r soil at the tree's expense. / ? <{,|luring/ the /gala,,!Wk. A warm welcome i Hercules Malt Tonic f 2.2S per cue; Clayton &|Roell Wild Cherry Brandy,*4JO por c+ea

; The growth of the middies will will be given everybody who comes. : '
I prevent -
the heavy rains; from leaching and Don't yon 'tblnk"yo\J\ ,can arrange' to BICYCLES:; ;? Best line in the State. '

'. .washing awaythe; mineral elements of bring your family also f You will enjoy THE PAINT STORE '
but the trip. Don't forget the date, November ?
r1 :fortuity, thetree, rows should< be
Oth, 10th llth and 12th. ,Jacksonville .
rl I kept Clean In order that the tree. nay ,. I -
I { !d obtain as much as possible of the plant will give. you a warm welcome. LUTHX?: $150.00.. .

' ;tit f 'It food'and water, stored .wlthln(I their at' l'ROOFING .AND SHEATHING PAPERS
I' There are present 21,955 newspapersand FOWLER, $100, 7300. e ,
j;;, teach.Weeds and grass should not be '
r periodicals published In the United #
J \:1.l 4 allowed near them' at anytime .to rob States and Canada, an Increase ol 730 CLEVELAND; $100, 8500.. -
\: ot \
t U the elements 'essential. to their over the number published In 1800. ,.',' xJ1.Paper

growth.', WEST7IELD, $75.00, *00OO.V:,,.
o i Some think that daring the wet summer it tr

( }1", season, more v or less grass around Nature's' Detectives. e Outside Cold Water; HPnint.,

I them .will make difference, but this 1* When ,..crime .committed, no matter in
+ 4 .J a delusion. Certainly; trees will grow, flat corner of the earth the criminal tries \l;/;," B. F. MANIER, Jr., I. E. BAIRD & CO.
to hide .
i : he
i-, ;
look healthy, and apparently be getting know that ,

i I i on first-rate, with, grass around then, } jfi probablysomewhere: ...<.." ':('f\t 'fir Jacksonville. Florida. 62 West Bay A Laura Sts., '- /- ? JACKSONVILLE, !

specially during a wet but I With Bradley
very season; I f or mother, on Freyer & Music. Co. Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.
.even at that time the .'out .. .
they would be doing I ..;;. t tt: ; 01 I t' ,
iN I detective I, ''''[;' 1 ,
:i far better without the grass, and then II' | waiting* a! to .j ,111". .,.'I"'f.' .; .... i --
there comes a dry spell and the' grass lay his hand .,"( .. '.
::4 .dries them out; eta -Thus on him. ; .
l their new FHUtk. Vim. of Calla
I When I : B. Bay St. Toot
been under more 'favorable conditions< t tack nun- '1I", ." % .. tr. '
t' And their subsequent growth Is delayed. hide Itself 1/ .. ,
"a Moreover, If free from pan'';nd: well in the human .jf'' "".J Manufacturers of
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cultivated system, no I. _
being in
kept a healthy condition I matter bowobacare

; with strong vitality, they will complicatedthe or GEORG MARX Cypress Lumber Shingles! and I ath'
1 mature a better wood growth: 'and are diseasemay JOHN MARX. ,

Jess susceptible to damage by 'frost or be, K*.

+ j the ravages of Insects. w ture her ,great among .lVI.A.N. BROrt: .:9 ,A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling, siding, mouldings, ebli11""

Keep, say_ from. four to *lx .or ,seven .force.. of de- -Wholesale- ---_ Danlar_ ____ *no- I lath. and picket, always op hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.
reef- on anon side- or the trees perfectly did bu that will -- -"'-' mouldings of all patterns a specialty. ,,
ore eventually hunt down Of-rOosr1sS.: :: FrUat .d I
an produce.
I clean all the) summer, by running the and arrest that particular dlae_. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come. and see nfc I
and 131 and las KM Bay Street and 0 -
Lung bronchial disease .N.Sh'eeto -
harrow are
and cultivator. Run the Acme the moat baffling among; ciJ"ao Lz'' 11o .> --"
ti complaint watch doctor ton zP1
t= In and out around the have deal with
,to < trees figure 8 to ; because it ln*R the lunr a

4;, 1e fashion the rows, and or straight then straight along up the and rows down.oly, larking or but bronchial every place comer tube for UMM of alone the elusive system which maladiea.are furnishes affected a, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HODSES IN, THE CITY. W.. j. :D ttsoN,

aa necessity will Indicate. Kept In this They change and reappear and dodge ,
manner they will need but, little hoeing about .tile System under numberless dUfultt We are headquarters for all kind of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow peal;; \' Wholesale and Retail
I always campli. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want!
cated with .
will liver
well cultivated and or stomach trouble
will get their nerrouaneaa -
your Oranges and Vegetables.' Give us a trial and will be
+ neuralgia. you pleased
or "general
share of the rain and fertiliser j the latter The beat detective remedy which debility Nature MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. lINEII''
: ; 1111J1aC
of tint hss proYidecl to search I LIQUOR
course a qua non; on poor oat arrest tbeseperplesirg .""-
f pine soil, as the novice of orange culture ) Medical ntllCOftry._ailments, fa It Dr.lays?ierct's In arresting Golden .r- ., --' /

yli If he desires to experiment, will. hand directly upon the ttoinonou. partly.. '
'' not take long la finding out. lair elements hiding ia the liver and dige. Magnolia CrQ ;
UV It**>give OTglUML. the> blood-making lands power : xy.H. .... 119West 1 1 Bay St.* Jacksonville l Fla.

i M Catarrh'In the head, that troublesome red to ouumfacture. highly vitalized an abundant blood which[reinforces A HENRY,,Proprietor. Fine Old, 'Liquors Imported and Domestic fines; Ha11

; and disgusting dieae, mar be entirely the tang with healthy tissue; feed the Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia =
1 solid muscular Scab Mexican and Florifc; CI Ark,
and active
.Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier.; Forweak energy. aJAr GROCERIES.
1..pfttf..or blood,shortness h. z FANCY. ***
.-, of brt..,,.a*** catarrh, bronchitis, sevencoughs ;; :'F' NOY GROeEBIS '
Hood' pill .cure' nausea, sick h.*d- mathau and kindred aOrctia. it '" Wr1w or call for oorCah PriMtJi :;
Is a aovereig*) which will ple**
acb., ladlPltl remedy. White.promptly you. tSftok t -"oo"per.!' i 'ompad
All ding.t G JJba- : I ;handW no
-- na.. '-. twti.rMse k' It strellgtkea. 109 Main" and 33 Went Forsyth 8&reeta. ,JA'cksbjfviLIJC ap Year
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, > ; FAIRIES OF.TIlE FOG. West Palm Beach. CHANCE '

last Sunday morning, a 14-lb.\ boy. Manufacturers of

ATTOKNETS-AT-LAW, OF LONDON. twice"Geno"as Is happy.a foot taller than usual and Hotel; Cottages and Furnitora, 'Sarno Fla.The .Yellow Pine Lumber rJ 'I

-From 10 to 12,a. m. They Appear Only
i ICS Hov 8J : on Dreary Day. Wb.. W. H. Cox, of Boynton, wu In town
and 2 to 4 p. m. They Have a. Monopoly of Sidewalk last [
Kntertalnlna Thursday. Mr. Oox Is Boyntoa'spostmaster kOti8 n a DBJI1Utn.: ,
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TP8VIUJ, Brevard Co., Florida. and Venally M..ac0 Bag and one of her Most! energetic | Orange Box .ea4ai
.Yo5,18.IUpradOo, All th. Fennlee: Within ....... citizens. J
in ell the oour tate and fed ) ,* Veg.tabl.Crate..
Ont of the thick fog that hangs George Zapf had his hurricane signal Lumber delimited at any part of Indian River'n .'
aI fMiiitles" for examining and perfect- over floating last Saturday but nothing likea y throned bilLet. lading. Anyone .,.,nleml'l... ,
nod titlee. the equate comes the Scottish piper, and storm matured, although there was \(In* btillilliifr on the Rest Cnant. would do well to 9
- with him ,write for prl..... The Sawmill,Utltnated' on the.
the of
Scottish plenty rain and
dancer both clad' very threatening ap J. .
,t.A K. W. ,.,9 mile south.)of Ialatka.SatsurnalllKhtB .
CARY-ELWES, .. in full Scottish regalia Not since our pearances. '' ,

.NOTARY PUBLIC, last foggy day had I seen them. So far John Law, of Jupiter, was in town ,Putnam co.,FIa. .

STATE AT LARGE. as know they never appear in clear last Thursday. lie is off on a vacation,
weather. Their friend and ally, the fog and expects to visit his home In north. I NATIONAL -----
[''rewriting, taxes paid for non- drives away the thunderous piano organswhich era Florida and the Nashville exposition. II I W
and accounts collected Home-Seekers'
udants. rents London during his stay.
Correspondence sollolted.tuaville curse leaving to them a
L' eto. -#- ..FloridaM. clear Held. They come out of It playing Out of a crowd of five who rode their
merri) they disappear into it playing bikes down the trail to the rubber tree, REAL ,ESTATE EXCHANGES.r

merrily but not until they have tarried only one tried to ride his bike up a tree ,

M. GIVEN, long enough to charm away our pennies. but was not successful. Man, bike aDdaU _ _______ -
Unbearable as the bagpipe music is piled up together, and now Sam Is Exchanging Property for Property '..

IVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR to any save the ears of the faithful it; limping around with a leg In sling. r. I Specialty. Send Pesaotptlon of What,

Cocoa, Brevard Co., Florida. has an indescribable charm in a London The "boys" had a "blow-out" at; you have. and what;you want.
fog or in a Scotch mist It rouses ;you Clow's, the other night, and to hear the ,," '
de surveyed and classified, mappingtly ont of the dull,, sticky phlegm that the report of some of them, ODe would nat- lit SY MALABAR, Indian Siver, FLORIDA\),, ;
done; special attention to plan soot laden It urally think >there were no oysters or C. C. CARROLL
fog imposes on brings
.E specifications of structure work, yon. beer left la the country, and no resolutions .
Idges, buildings, eta., and all branches yon to the window of your apartment to left unmade OP unadopted. All Baal Estate Agent. t
ivll engineering. wait impatiently until the gay swaggering agree that the "clown" of the evening v "
figures appear from behind the furnished the bulk of the fun. above cut represents roughly HOTEL I>u NIL aft Sarno, Brevard
TEPBEN E.' FOSTER, yellow curtains like living pictures at a County Florida which is only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallic )'Ift., Choice ,.
muslo hall. and ab.ut 200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida Kant Const R'y. lies do- Wines,.Liquor: *.'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW The dancer carries two' rusty swords To Preserve Bouquets/ pot, poetofllce and telegraph office. The Motel and seven coUap are located on r, f
the only thing about him that is not ten sons of land fronting on the Eau Gallia River, with view of Indian River on the .. ,. and Cigars.

oms 420 & 423. Gardner Building, bright and fresh. He- lays them down At this season of the year, when, with east, leas than half a mile distant and tbe Atlantic Ocean 2( mile away. Is.prnotloally Guaranteed Pure.
new-buildings completed In 1800. The hotel and every cottage Is furnished '
on the pavement. Meanwhile the piper many of us bouquets of choice flowers and most of the furniture and linens have never bees used. Two; artesian ; l51 fni Sold at reduced ,

ICKSONYUXB, .- FLOaIDA. marches on straight,, ahead, swaggering are by no means too 'plentiful, the secret wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns,all connected, give ample supply of the beet prices t'
and blowing as if he were piper to the of preserving them for any length of of water. The property has only been used some two montitsby the former owner Imported' 1

SCOTT. GOBDOW R BnpoME. whole Scottish people. So forcefullydoes time In their pristima> beauty is valuable John Ureen, who died and the property now owned 1 by Col. Aaron A DeGrabw Tokay Wine,.
he march that we fear he in goingto a. of Jamaica, Queen's County/New York. There Is..iargo pavilion 100 feet from, Italy.' ,,4d
COTT & BROOME, pass us by for the wealthy householders one. Yet with. a little ,care and square cement floor, cement walks, water works and garden. Dust of hunting and

in the next street. trouble anyone should,be able to keep fishing, fresh and salt water;: sailing or yachting on Eau JiJUe and India RIvO"j'; John B. Tognl '

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,Then suddenly he performs a half circle many varieties of out flowers fresh for oysters, soa bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is rwuly to open as '
Btnk (none day's time convenience with kitchen anti toning room ..complete.Titles Metropolitan Saloon 12S East Bay'St.
(over ) Every .
still playing and now marching with days. A simple and effective method lathe .
"to perfect. The.original cost to John Greed" we $48,000;: now for sale at $16,
amt... Florida. finicky steps, which'show off his great following: Sprinkle the flowers', as 000;. half cash and halt on time. Any good hotel man can make money hero. JACKSQSVILLE., FLORIDA. ,
white spats strikingly in the dim light. soon as received with fresh water, then Address D. L., GAULDEN, Tltusvllle, Flo.s&RTS ., Wholesale w4 netalL._ '
At that instant the dancer looks at
riNOK Sr JONES, up immerse the stems In a vase containingweak
.11* the windows bows and 'smiles and soap suds. Every morning remove The 'Largest: and Most ',,Co.,,
graves oar wealth. If we are conscious
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW* ?f a preconcerted theatrical movementon them from the soap suds and place themIn "OUTDOORS" the New Sporting 'Magaslne' pleto, Establishment South

-FLl the part; of.our canny,' kilted friends, fresh pure water for a few minutes, I S H(N G Invaluable to the salt water fisherman, the fresh water fisher
TUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., .. woodooek and have shooter 'the GEO S HACKER & SON .
the ,
it only re-enforces our admiration, and then return them to the vase of..soapsuds man, quail, snipe, ,
V bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big, game hunter, the tourist ,
I COuDt1.Judgeof Brevard County.. ;jingle; ;jingle, ;jingle, go our penniesAmericans' and sprinkle them lightly with wheelman, photographer, boatman awl, naturalist ,Price lOcts. II

Frenchmen's,Englishmen's,. fresh water. Change the soap suds every Subscription '1.00 per'year. Write for sample flOp).

landladies', servants' pennies) A hare third morning. By following this rou- GEO.: LOUTREL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor, *
GOLDSMITH, Test; of pennies, reaped by canny.fingersand tine flowers may be kept fresh and perfectly No. 1 Madison Ave. New York N. Y. Te
in extensive
put an granary some
.. where in the most picturesque of all Rational sweet for a surprising length of

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, garbs. Still the fingers go up to time. They should not, however, be J

the feathered cap, for a few more pen kept in the sunshine., nor in a close, hot
ktasvllle, M -; Florida. ales; still the piper plays for few more room.-Mayflower. "; One Man Can Run This Steamboat ,

pennies-which are forthcoming. It is . .
kept up until the people in the windowsset Oyster Cocktail. c. e

D. L. DODSON, their faces hard against any further -o ,

payment until goods are delivered. A prevailing way of serving this delicious -' 00
DENTIST.Office Then the takes his position 43O .
player up
sea food for the first course Is In 2.5T. I+ ,
side of the -0 a 1
on the sidewalk: opposite the '
.over postofflce.PSVILLE street which has contributed most liberally oyster cocktails. A small oyster is used b' ,.- ..MANUFACTURERS'

and the dancer gives us-well, for the purpose, five or six being' the i Doors, Sash Blinds.'r,
-, ,- F-JLOBIDA. what do you suppose he gives? Not a number desired for each person. For c'Qo

highland fling, of course. No Soot in a half a dozen plates mix together three 3MACIIIMERT Moulding & Building Material

L. GAULDEN; kilt would be guilty of that; any more teaspoonfuls each of vinegar,' grated; ,

than a Scot in a kilt would ,mention horseradish and tomato catsup, six tea- Office 4. VTarecooms. King, opposite j

ATrORNEY-AT-LAW, Bobby Bums at; the banquet of a Scottish spoonfuls of lemon juice and one'of Tabasco c c Cannon,Street.Charleston .

Ill; practice In all the Courts of the State society. sauce. ,Have the cold
oysters very .
f Florida,end< the United States Court. But nowhere else is the highland fling S. C.
and place them in glasses. Put an equal ,
and the quite attractive as on
P.0.Box,230. TTTCSVILtJC, TLA. bagpipe so
London when the is amount; of the prepared sauce into each
pavement fog
a '
Honey to Loan.. 18
work glass over the and The Sash Weights; Cord'and
thick and one must by lamplight oysters serve. HANPUCII :TKO1* PILOT HOVBK. s

DPE & at midday. The gayly clad piper who glass should be played upon a table and 1 Thlste&mboa' l8T-r$. leag,01i-f.. be.m. ..".depth 01 holddraw.| 11: inch of water sad
CAMPBELL, summons the greatest of Scottish bards served with both fork and will run eight mile an hour lla oabln hit feet, wltb Sn.) hnad-room. Two foldlnc bed and Hardware
an oyster a galley,ux$-U. Can aooomromUte six or eight>n. ....0,. JJiirn* either wool or coal ('Jult.' ,
and his guests to dinner, and after they small spoon. Ice dishes may' be made able for pleunrepuriMMe or IlKblfrellthl or nulling ln .lneM.,' W* will duplicate. for SI,KX), or
are seated marches solemnly around the wlU alter to lull condition*, at prices from $_.00 to sirfoo.MKKBIItSTItVKNI ''
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW for serving cocktails. Put a handsome Window and Fancy Glass
table splitting the ears of these same upon KNOIWWKBIWO' CO.* 1 y
.* guests, has not one-half the poetry of plate, they make an attractive" and in A 140 But By Bt.,jraoheonvUle, ...... HnglDeem ContnMtoric.... A SPECIALTY.
cksonville; a Florida the piper of the fog. I have heard tell unusual dish, being looked at closely to 4. .. '

bow the finest of Scottish dancers dance determine If they are made of glass, \ t e0 VIA**)* 1/
FORGE W. ALLEN; around Area in the open to amuse the MFMIMOfc"H
queen when she Is at Balmoral She U bout one-fourth of the Africans are Traveling.... \

ATTORNEY-AT-LAWr; welcome to them. Though the piper be Mohammedans, and almost three fourth.

a royal gamekeeper and the dancer Pagans. Y
81 West .' I rest content with ; iinilot .Northwest
Florida. royal gillie, my Any Point or t Y t
I Will Soots who march out of the fog and back ; ,
la the United States Grasshoppers In Jackson county,Mlob.,
"d State Into it after they have emptied my pock-
Courts.! 0junQ5 of have undergone a change of appetite; and 111 H .Alter. wf,
sts pennies. Giroia. ,
'have : : ...alO"" (
Another collection is taken before we been eating the binding twine from I OOPYUSGx ...
R. F. H.,HOUGHTON, may enjoy the sword dance which i* the, bundles of wheat, causing 'farmhands l ash.vill I '

quite the perfection of the dancing art the extra labor of reblndlng. fitl1F/aar. 5 '
as the; Scotch know it If that does not a A...'.- ii! }lf '

DENTIST. get; the last;of your pennies, the farewell Buy Your Tickets via s.seiM. : 5be. ".
collection will.* All pennies, all collections Notice for Publication. '
'aytona '
Florida. fROUTE. : .W".M AM.EaRIOe.AyWta
disappear somewhere in that TIFTON I ,

dancer's kilt, thoughthat dancer's kilt Land Office -Gainesville Fla. I .... ..jj.....,. : .. iDretretie.SOI1ENTIFIO..._...iilj;.........."l nil'_oftt.tlle .
D ALPS E. 1 .r' .j1! : .. .....- auttCaadlUllI
SMITH; grows no larger. ;How he carries theman Oct. llth 1897. J Double Dally Through Trains. All correspondents i :;: !! ATirr* -',.... tttitu t' ,

b English penny as large. a silver I*hereby given. that the following. promptly answered and sleeping car., r J..II. MUNN A CO.,
dollar is a question, for after a NOTICE wittier ba* filed notice of hi. Intention berths reserved. Will be glad to meet passenger< or"J" Ml s1ve.dwav, Mew Tevk.UTAMPS '
PHYSICIAN, few collections-the brawniest of hairy to make final proof In support of hi* at depot In Jacksonville or m office, 1toll? West iy.. .. J
.... -
I claim and that aid proof will be made before Line.1' *
Bay street '"Drop me a !. ,.\
''AJIFOBD, legged higblander could not dance under Clerk Circuit Court .at Tltnivllle, ria.. on ..t.\ ron6
FLORIDA. the weight of his wealth. But I Nm.mberl1th.ll111'7.: vial John T. Hood of Canaveral WALTER HAWKINS, ''10; t'- '
ria., Homet ad XI170, for the southwest P.... Agt., ":
have seen the dancer now and then takea ".-action21 townnblp23 *outh, range ":* "I4' lbY i V'I'la. ,
1 1. 0.' FRIEs, C. E. handful of something out of his kilt He namee the j following wltnoenee to prove his 3.C. HAILE, O. P. \. Jacksonville. .) '
continuous resilience upon, and cultivation of, Savannah Ga.Kotlce.. JINIILS: : ,;;;, ; .; ; '
it in under the plper'apipe. 1
COUNTY and put ; a pouch aid land, via t Edward Vnetoriu*,of Canaveral. "
e SURVEYOR.* f Often not a penny is left in the !lark| John Eberweln._ _oC Canaveral.. Via.i H. L; a s 1 r i c ""' '' t II IVV
jeironu-or Canaveral: ..... Oodberg Oulbrao- .. .. .... .
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After the messenger boy, who dan.veral
Land legally surveyed and sub-dlvidedd. block. sent of ,Fla.. .
being in a hurry, has reclined on a stoop J. M,B -BCOiBeglter.; .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates lorI for a little rest and recreation' has part- Nov2s ., ( ROYAL-TANSY" :PILLS RICCESTPLAN1IN

kinds,, of engineering Works. Dls- ed with his last; ha'pence .the dancer In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of BRWBINIOVRRT: = A THE SOUTH .

uted lines a specialty.rTosyltta picks up his rusty' swords, the piper :Notice of Election., Florida Brevard County ,M r.. pra..i an.wrellabNada trmi... o0 .aree..", .,
strikes op a tune and they march away S. J. FieldVS. ; bar a..0wdb;ea,0,...
: ... Brevard Co. the fog. In one foggy day they '. r J'loaUN.G. ., 1"' s.lwr.t..t.o1.r._ _
FLORIDA. into .
in ootch"whuaky" and by virtue of authority rented In ..1. Hardee,It. aI. J JA ;:;:. : ':.. rr.:1t.: -:.'.=
must earn enough to keep them -El me by tbe ordinances of tbe Town of Tito* court ...oItDJ'"aa!, 'Sand Wanted-An Idea
< V aflldaritbaying been filed In this
1' .._. ,. S:
until another foggy day .UIe. riortiU. 1 R. O. Borimgeour acting Ii. by Minor H.Jone*, attorney for t". comufalnant b .rt. ra
._ :!
mayor of said town, do lone this UT -
comes. If it; is possible for such a wicked calling an Election In said town to proclamation be-bolden. on tatlnff that the defendant, r. ClA&; ... : :. lutbt 0e: -.... '
M.W and the minor children of said r.M.
thing as a London fog to have fairies :MONDAY; THE 30th DAY Of OCTOBER II1t'7, Well.Ii., .......1). Frank. C. Well' Virginia A.. ,Sold by J. B. Screven, only: ._....&lilt._w.. hi.-' "",.for... +JJ1I;: : ,
the piper and the dancer are they.- the month same In the bolD Council the Chamber Fourth. Monday foe the electionof of said ._Wslr,0rrNA._q..__ W ..U .....Will....,.. __...h_. __Lnoette_._......__,_well_._._,,.and r.,_.......It..hrr : ,f ?:4
London Cor. New York Frees the following; officer tOne and that tYorkand h eir residence lot In live Cltr of Mew ANTEDAITHFUL KEN OR I ,,1i' ,;t.'
said mlnon reelde with their
'fi'ber.Ea, sere time wb.s ..rewmsLoa1d .. Meath. rODe father,.... *that ald '.M. W.IU, and that. none of FERTILIZERSFWI women to travel for responsible: ;J!'
,. .. .
h Tb.r.5..rd C..agate b.faaea.. w/ib The 001. Res. One Collector of Taxee.One the said def.ndanie are within die ..... of established house In Florida. Salary ,,
.&.f.a.,,seer Tb are The golden rose that the pope is to Clerk, who ahall alao be treasurer and aetommnt Florida, nor le there any. penwo within the 4780 and espense Poslticn permanent. 1'1",
I' .e Warby t tkamiewERRYI3 Marie Louiseis of taxe. I state the ervloe of a oopoena upon..whom I II Enclose '{
bestow upon the Princess would bind either of said delendaate. Reference. eU-addreetedl 1,
sires .
not a single blossom, bat a gleaming Tame Aldermen te for two years each. Now,therefore.Itlaorderei* that V. M. .. stamped envelope. The National, Star, ( :;
$EED & 1L And I hereby give notice that If. 8.Jonee,Jr., Well* awl the minor children of t.ot F. M.: Insurance 'Ala',
r branch composed of several flowers O.A..Stewart and J. o. Has, hare been ap.pointed Well name)Iy. Frank C. Well. Virginia A.WellrOraeeA. Bldg., Chlcagow'. Jan20,07tio ,.
tall! M. TbOT Jbiformetloe*will BMW foe b entmrn>k t+r time end'PUohm. buds, leaves and even thorns, the rose : judge,and Robert. rentland. clerk. .f: W"3 Loeette melt and Kgenla I Tbei wad so.....aU'vsgstablem.gnkkty.ACRICULTURAL I oj'r .
.*?""newte..d aeMSfdr lee.Ir... aid election with the approval of ,... Town Well. do be and appear before the court Car -No
Ia.M.Fefrjst Co.,Detroit,wllorw at the top being the largest lilt all of Council of M die ClerktI01805In Tltoevllle, apoei the) xCHEMICALS. Par'That t,
purest gold and within the rose 1.e" K. C. SCRlMOEOtJH: ..7IKBT MONDAY 1M KOTEHBKB. D 1811. I 14 the war. all druggists sell r
tiny golden cup with a lid, containing Atte ss. Acting& Mayor. to Biake...*..., to the bin of complaint ..... Gro..'. Tasteless Chill Tonlo for ohilte
mask and palm oil which the pope has O. CART RL IRr. ...._!you In die above _. 'otherwlae the. and malaria..' It is simply Iron and qot + IDI.
will take eecfewed t'
ante be a* .. 'i...:........ .. In tasteless form. Children lov : "
blessed. The rose is planted in a vaao Wltnee tbe Honotable D. 'Broom, ...... sal to prevent a /,,
Of cold, chased with the entwined J edge of*tbe Clrealt Court aJndWA. A, Stewart, btlghi,, rot end tea by. ,laeeeta. Get s> pempt it. Adults prefer U to bitter nauseating. {) tAOENTS46 ; I.
and -.gvaD. ed.A.ID raT>t stork; .....". at the Scott honae at TltMTIIIe .. toalcs. Price, 6Oo' .y.. {
mores bearings of the great prelate ........, .
' ...Mrs day of. ,A U 1501.alW.l ramuzui ONCWOML co
'iYOURY 1 'ORT the royal princess. The papal official section at once;' .L.4. TKWAJtT. potui ,' :
every to staple I. ( ; : to 900 per week: ...,.
w who is to bear the splendid gift .. vested goods to dealers;BO peddling; experience I i Minor..Jones, Clerk, 'Circuit Coot NLTIMONR;:i M0.q" Tot work right around ho...... A brand, M'(,
r'.bW".n with the dignity'and ImpartaD08 of unuBMSssry beat side line.1 VJ&.OO m ''I ... tot CmDpl'l:, ''ecCl4l,. .new thing. Write to us quick t Torn '
an 'lasssMnr' and will be received month. Salary &IId.expanses e* -.. As an sdvertlslnp "medium, no ; win be surprised at bow easily can lie / '
with great Ijonors by the bones of WtMReberg.N.w .- commission. madev; Addrees,with 3 trust I ,-Th ADVOCATB U still giving away, paper on the Zasi Coast'can beat the ,do**. Bead as :your address.. anyway t ',i -0
b W York Tdbaoa.I stamp' for seated partleulars Clifton Soap fr**, tobacco seed .f the finest grade. DYOCATJI. .' Glv ..s a trial advfc, FIt mm be to:your intone* to Investigate.' P4. t
: Kannfaetmtec Company. .Cthl.'.. Call Met get; some. ,,wltl InstnMtloM for. A and boI eonviM. .4 ".the. pink ,.,.... Write to-day. Adarsss, !"JMOple/j.. '
Onto. ih tlaNlntlon. r .
worth. .80(1 Market; St, PhUadelpalaJ Pia., -

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1.hQ 9' ) '. "a"" ,: IEDLASRITES? ---,ADV qCATE.'f +-, WANTS. -' TO'. BEJPRESIDENT.t STATEMENT, AND!DISBUK8KMEKT3Of fc>P RECEIPTS. Pineapple. -Fiber. E. B. Williams & Co.',

1 1' 1 .a'WSMLYJOUEr1ALD.YOTrDTG' : The Reporter has more than once called
"IN ; THB :DBVBfc.omairr who -
,] 1' .\ ,I'' Mrs. Josephine- Henry, attention to the,value of pineapple fiber, sale
liaS }Ii R Olr 'TB. IMDIAJC BIYBB, 'L..a.. sees in ,her mind's eye the possibility the Town of TItn.YIiI.. from' JNov. 1, and the Inducements here' for establishing ....Whol Fruit and -Produce Commission Merchants
y 4 d wqaTB.AJJD BiaoArv DAY laOTIOR/ ISM, to Oct. 9, 18BT. ,
!; i of some day becoming presidentof a plant for working np the large .,

J PUBLISHED EVERY--FEIDAT the United States makes out a "- quantity fiber that Is thrown away 66 'South Broad. St., -, ATLANTA, CA. I
1897. OBNEBAI. J'mr>>. here
every year. .
fine theoretical l description of what v Oct. Mil_UeoelpM from all '' Mr. Jerome' Palmer* has letters from Foreign and I>oin.eitio
P iI h4 ....; ClUJ&LB' H. W A I/row, Editor &; Proprietor. would bethe. chief points in her ourae*.$1,077.17 manufacturers of decorticating machines Fruit .

+ r y 4h (VioB-Prmldent of Daily. Daytnnlan PubUMtH policy,In the event of her election 1..06.LloY.IDalanceov.rdraWD.. ..... S 7488Out.5Warrants with full descriptions and prlces'of same,
,Fla. I
lug Co.:: DajWina )
of fiber made from "
together with samples
1 : .' Naw Yontt Omcict to that-high office. lIer"pllltrorm, !
( 1" : Metropolitan Bulkttnc,i Madl enAve.MEMBER as described by herself"Is based in Bal on lI..d.pd.daring. ... ..,y'r.,,. ., 1,004.77.11I pineapples by machines. From these let- String Beans. Oranges, .
I tens the Reporter finds that a first-clans Cauliflower.OkraCelery1.. Bananas
r 1j t l 7 I'''; the main upon common sense. and .' iT.i1'$1.977.13: decorticating machine costs, only $050, I ,......... r, Grape Fruit, ,
rr q Of' "B very literal! translation of the 1800 lITAny FUHD. and can be operated by one'man. Cucumbers. /' Lemons, '

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, Word democracy, with just a possible Nov. I-Balance''on band.83.87, In view of tile fact that the demand for Tomatoes. Limes,
r : '' 1807' the fiber has within the last few months Beets, Cabbage, Peaches,
p : :1", ,: suspicion of a feeling of con Dot.9-iRecelpU from all sonroea 40fl.o
v WITH .
II ,' increased BO cent, It docs seem that
+ ,\ for'the I u ," jialiuioe overdrawn.. .. wlS per Squash Pineapples,
; ,National EdthlnaPl.d4.otiattioa.. tempt i commingling of religion I &' somebody would put In a plant In Orlando. New Potatoes, Strawberries
'l I'' with -affairs 'of state. We, Oct. '. Orlando
:' 4. If Warrant pd daring y'r. 480.81 Reporter. Egg Plant {tt( Grapes, II
1 }'l of the coarser, sex, 'all have very -4tW.81! -489.81- Asparagus.' r Coooanuts.
of advtsmust be mad.I'perally i t '
"' _plMMmtlnuanoe ,. nice philanthropic Ideas 'o( what 1S96 STBBBT LIGHT rtJUD. ', Take a Trip 'on Indian River. HEFKRBNOKPI i-Third National Bank Atlanta,Oa.; flea E.Johnson \
r or by writing. \ Ga. Armour Co. Atlanta,Oa. Geo.M. W.B. Co. "
Trr ; Packing ) j Taylor, Duncan&: .,AtkntifSif "*
weahould'do, were we ;,plt cert" in Nov Balance on hand. 142.30, (

Ali ), !''M rh l' + .; Obeok.eto.,may be made payable to CRABBED y I any lofty position, which,however, Oct.18B7-0-:Reo'pU.from all aonrcei 734.38 The steamer St. Augustine! of the Indian
'" River and Bay Biscayne Inland Navigation
1'i H.WALTOM,publisher and proprietor. I 1887 -
fit' are apt to dwindle or be,, forgotten. Oct.9 Warrant p'd during y'r 864.00 I Co. Steamboat Line, will leave
? t ) I. If we ever do 'reach that position.Whether Balance on band.. 120M'' Tltusvllle every .Monday and Thursday SAVE MONEY, And Buy From ****

?'I ,,? : i 4ddreil all communication to the result' would. be the 878.9i 876.0i I at S p.m.. and returning, arrive at Tltusvllle -

r. (11 ., INDIAN RIVER,TrnU/VILL ADVOCATE, FLORIDA.TBB i iB same'were with'tbe our better of -halves' trusted is Oct.I8U7 9-Jleo'd\ from CITY all bocK louroes.FCHD.. 242.22 with Thursday the Jacksonville and Saturday, Tampa, connecting& Key :SaiiMelssail: : :: ::: : : :e. :eO-C-es:
reins Warrant' p'd during y'r 1T8KW I West trains In both directions: ,
1. : : ". something that remains to be P'd to I R 6 b'k.trustee 47.94 X
election will take place "' ". Balance hand .. .. 18.118 '
town proved,' ,and.which .we sincerely .r-' U. S. Department of Agriculture Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
'ya 'H' : ; 'i Monday next, ;and, to the candidates hope Jhere will never fee way opportunity :2 2.22 242.22 I Weather Bureau Jupiter Fla. ,, Grit
t I .t '' + for aldermen will be added of Women's 180T PADDISOlf JVDOMKXT TOKD. I Ii
proving.' sphere
i { I f the name of E. L. Brady, who has is a'long wayout of active politics, Oct.,,.. "9.ateo'd;Warrant from. p'(1 all during.01t1'C8l.y'r..', 863.84: 30000I 'The following is a comparative state Meal ,and Cotton Seed ,Meal.

?I 'ti'" :e ,been, requested to run' ,though his' though they may and" .often 'do, " i1,', ;r name w111'' not be ,printed on the : week ending Tuesday; Oct. 12, 1807. Gray '
t l accomplish much good do a quiet 363.84 36384 Agent for Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of,insects; Harmless to
; .... ticket., Do not forget to write,, bis 1896 CHMABY OF'>BOVB ITATBHBMT.Nor. I 1807- -1800- beast. Only.sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for manor
? placing the right quotations.
way towards : .1-Balenceonband.:.4' 1B3.T6 DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. 1t8N.B
I the ticket wish him ; .
if ?
name on you men in' public offices. Let them Total"" 'pte to Out.9, 'W.,..,." 81'. .18 80 67 83 75 Office:, 124 W, Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
ll" ..1 'y' to serve content themselves thea.wlth such Total dlgburtm'U to,Oct. 9, '&'7. 8.M8.52 7 81 70 82 7-2: : FLA.

't I influence as they have It has been 1897Oct.. ....... 8 83: 70 80 72 -
L r ; 0-Balance o..baad. > 28.42 0 80 A -
77 68
: ; I ,THE: gales and minors ot /gales ,--- '- 70.
man's prerogative to from P. E.
govern # 3,870.94 D.876.M 10' 79 70 81 67 McMURRAY.I Carriage and :
1 i 't';' 'wjth which we have been 'threat." the beginning let (remain. so' till Warrants Outstanding Oct. 9, 18071 11 83 74 81 68 .

t f :, I ened this year have. for the most the end of time, General Fond ........'"-.,.rz...,.,,tea (26926 12 84 76 82 75 .& >Wagon
k : a)' part, failed to materialize. The fAN Street light fund.A..............;.......' -1H2R2\ Total rainfall for the week:',.2,48 Inches
': City Dock and...'......................r..lOS aa i BAKER
from normal rainfall for the ,
I' : k4 1/ .itest news of the tropical,. storm REVIVED. Departure ltaterWI.
( >
week: plus 0.Q8'( Inches. Departurefrom
,that ,was promised ]last .Monday is'that' S5M04Aooonntof Dealers in ,
> normal rainfall since 1 '
r V -, Indian River'State Bank; 'trllMteft ; ,,January g
it is apparently 'knocking It that'the"' Town of TltuRvllle Improvement bond, AprilI plus 24.73 Inches. .
round the Gulf south! of ,Louisiana seems day-s of. piracy, 18116,to Oct.9, 1897. "*" J. w'. CBONK Observer. Dump, 'Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and,Business Vehicles,- nand Carts, etc. ekl.

l,; a ,and drifting towards ..theajorthwest. ; even' In civilized Europe,' .are ,not 1807' isTnnit T l"mrD. Main and Church Sts., ,- JACKSONVILLE; FLA.*
yet at an end. The Mediterranean Oct.9-Total amount received. ,,1133,89:
i, wt ., tr.; 18UB (l Send the ADVOCATE an,order for any
k I I. sea' is still the cen'e of attacks-' bv Apr.Intere.t- coupon paid, Job) printing you need.) -
f Y the RifBan who ;' (67,00eatepercent.) .../ MOOS
: pirates, are once
11 ( : u'nprecedented'ralnf.' l of. more'on the war-path. '''It is, said June Interest( .)at(1)8)per coupon Cent paidOm '.,,,,' 3000 The ,NewSelden .c Wi] .
t it ,;ir.I1; (! the'last',few weeks has 1897 ;' '
: ,
/ 'kept'everY-'i. that a craft reported'"lost" paid .
'II + many 1 spr.1- In terect! coupon Don't Look at This I INaughty
d ;J i I thing damp mouldy, even has been scuttled[tby these pirates ($tf,800)at/ ) 8 per cent.... 52000\ :,
,the editorial brain and ) Oct.Interest(1)) conpon paid *
; though a
1' and their crews enslaved Piracy .((7 mo. ),at 8 per o ct..,.. 23.33 Door
"{ Cypress
i' .certain. citizen .has been 'f Company
popular is 'a picturesque, If' bloodthirsty '- : but Nice., 'WHY f
l 1 ,d; "' of 1,133.38. 1,133.33
i and thanks
'raising lJns praise amusement, and it Is 'interesting to 1897. 'a ItIKO rCMD..'" Because. It'. DEATH.: B ,,

I'' ''t.P( "giving to the clerk ef,the weather read of the "good old days". when Oot. 9-Total amount. received,, 1003.30 "" a :P.A.LATK.E'1.: FLA..
?'f. for providing him Century ,
: a really good era 1896 20th Cockroach and
,'!' Ila? ,. 'Guie for not indulging in, his usual maritime murderous, seas, fights with these -RedempfnofbondNoS''I /0000018B7 Opened October lit" ; 1896, turned the steam 'on to'
marauders :
were of com '
ilir; horticultural pursuits, a" large ma-: Oct.9-Rertempt'n bond No 00000
V .Jorlty have had enough'rain to'sat-;: non the occurrence, .and'. the, walkingof Ualln band of, trustee__, 838 Waterbng Exterminator. One of the Largest and, Best, Equipped. Door, Sash, Eli

Ii ,, i:;:1'; ,iafy! them" for. ,the time being, ;r! hilarity plank to was the, talented frequent gentlemen sourceof / s '1003.'J $1003.35 Surest ever Bold;' Guaranteed.' and 'Genera! Wood, Working Plants in the United States, '

who terrorized' the "seas, but TOBACCO 'SEED TO VDE GIVEN Sent postpaid on receipt of price.25cts.
i''L PREPARE FOR VISITORS., { at this latter, end of the nineteenth Away to any person who will plant It Agents wanted. And with 'experienced: managemeDt, '(coverl g a'past experience of elrftl l

century piracy seems an anachronism. In Brevard county. Call at the ADVO WILLIAMS' DRUG years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the 'bail
CATS office, Tltusvllle, and get some. STORE possible material and workmanship at,our hands. Our production will i 00
-"It is worth the price, to make a'! When steam and' electricity \Or, send stamp to pay, postage. State. Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Doors, Sash, Blinds,.Mouldipgs, Frames,,Hot-house ;:Material, Tanks, Glary,ell.Mf.AMrf .
town attractive'that
so ( 'outsiders prac.tloallYtook the place of sail

,' :i .'will' find a pleasure I; visiting, ,, and oar,,, that, form 'of gaining ,a ,

80 says an exchange! /and It"',Is ,any, livelihood should have gone out. of ; ;

"i,' axiom': to which we must'all' 'agree., fashion instead of.running .Ia' ""di DO: Yon Know a Good Thing> ? Of > r.e; you do; ; } -
j' It would take very' little time,; reet opposition to the. eternal fitness ... .. .
J trouble, and expense to make our of things and lingering long ,
.wn.. tow: ery'mueb' ''more. attrao- after its time To read of niraov C 'Then you haven't>seen Florida or you would be here. >

t ,r v live to visitors moan it now -is ; ,a' takes us' back,to the'days, ( the < Are you growing,old P Of course; so are we', Town

,: little attention paid to streets and tinder-box, the flint lock the stagecoach sf ,But not so fast, because our' Mild Climate, / Lots Now on SaleA.

,1 1 sidewalks, systematic pUnting of and all the innumerable discomforts m' with Its warm, sunshiny days and long cool nights,'

shade trees,! and determination our forefathers: had to 'e Makes Life What, It ought to be., I' ,

p.., 1 to beautify and improve its general put up with, and reminds us that Do you',love, flowers fruits and vegetables. P Certainly, So do we. E. KINGSLEY *General Agent For

appearance would .work :,wonders; after all we are'not' so greatly in Buy.a home ori the :EAST COAST t .
,i I ;i The Key'West Advertiser advance of those Where can' raise own ,
: ,writing days, as we are you your t *: '
.; ', upon this subject, says : sometimes apt to flatter. ourselves. With the least labor and expense.' .. .*' .' t', 'Mrs..J ulia D. Tuttle]

"? ,"As first impressions are' e"eI'J'thlngl Do'you dislike Winter ?' So do r"'we.'-- ',' \ : '. (
we would suggest that there A. Large Pineapple. Then'come to FLORIDA.we're here to stay ' '
leaning up before our.visitors ,arrive I
; ,
l' do not let,thorn find us with yards overran We have surf-bathing, swimming and sailing, all the year round..

with weeds, gates ajar, windows I Mr.J.r6me Palmer, manager of the Are you Interested In US ? '"< 'vj't 1: !In all parts ,.of the Town. Carefully Selecte
broken, garbage unmoved ruts and holes Orlando Pineapple Company'splanta
n. v In our paths and a'general state of sloth tion,'!'Orlando, recently took the measure If so, we are Interested 'fri you. Fruit and'' Vegetable Lands onMiami
i s and disorder for, with such unsightly/ of an Immature aqd half-grown specimen A line to our address Address DRAWER 'M." I

" 4 t3 surroundings strangers would not likely of fruit In the pinery' Ia which he Is Interested Will do wonders. '*AINT AUGUSTINE. FLOIUDA..FERrI : : River and ,Bay ::33iscaynBy
fee lie d the ,
favorablyImpreseed. Let the circumference
i City
i Inches Correspondence Solicited
}t :leathers appoint half a dozen Inspectora to be twenty or about that of a from Actual Investors and Settlers.

whose duty,It, shall be to see that all fashionable waist* This specimen, Judg- Main ''Office Hotel Miami k MIAMI FLORID
.; places are kept clean and. nice-In proper lag from appearances, will mature about ,, '- ,
v sanitary condition," Christmas time, and If nothing{ happen IZFRS. f
1 *" -. to Interfere, with Its growth, In the Interval ; ...
wU bq fit to grace a State dinner

;-1 When' you are In the market write for Information regarding .
i' above-heading will be famiU Miami. ,. < ... '
'F F' i ,
? far allreaders
to of the ADVOCATE,
mB and at last we are glad to be able 'ch..1. 1- \ '' CEMENT BRICK ,LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLAS1
iCaswell gave a surprise party 'ertilizers: ,
}; to inform them that : ;:-:
f: some definite to a number of his friends last week, ,
's';I- steps have been taken towards thereestablishment which was .n .yoo by-all present **, HAIR AND LATH. **

+ /( and extension' of J... A.. McCrory one of Buena Vista's Vegetable,, fruit and vine, orange,tree' manure, blood bone, ,

,f.c',; .I the system of river lights,, for the o legal lights, was in the cIty on law business and potash,'and other,brands. .. N State Agent L. &-&t. Paints and Oils. tOld
I eonneoted with Lemon '
benefit of; our Mnland navigation. City prop .

4 :.%I As we have repeatedly observed in erty. The Armour:.,-Fertilizer Works, ,, 'Phone, 8. '))0( .. ... 13 Hogan I Sa
J lr these columns, the lights, for the J. A. CutrelU the Miami boat builder, .... v
; Is out on the streets again and slowly're JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. *
y discontinuance of"wb: Ich there ]
.was ,
from the Chicago .
covering effects of his long ,Illness ,
/ ti ,never any good and sufficient reathe .
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--, --- -.UJ.'v..5 u Dr.' Mills Fowler and Where' 'the'.. fertilizers "
unlimited PRe
family have I are made having 'sources C F. HOUSTON .
r ;; resumption of steamboat traffic mo.ecllnto their large and commodiousnew from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the ,
,neon the rives: .The ,foundations house, which has recently been fitted materials very ,
best and there
upon which' the )beacons, are built up.for them by Henry M. Flagler. are no goods made' better than our ''' ,D HICSITJL1-.AT. P.A.D.LOEI.S.:
{ We solicit
orders.AFHVlOUR .
have been '' A social dance ."lobby" your
a menace to navigation was given In the .1 '
r long enough, and while as, far. as on last Monday evening In honor of a Established 1884. )'o(, Cqr. Bay and Laura S...., over Mrs X-r.
party of young people tram West Palm COMPANY. .
know have
we they never been the
Beach, who came down through the canalon J ..CKSONVrLLE.. FLORIDA.
cause of an accident, 'stUII; "an- Capt.Fowler's steamer., Eclipse." All
:ounce of prevention is'' better than present report ha"laa.bad a very'enjoy .Jacksonville., Fla. For the uext 30 dllfl prices irlll be ... follows: Gold Fillings, I1.MJJ! to 1;
of able evening.W. .: Plastic Fillings, OOo. to tl; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1JW; Plates, $5 to *S;
a pound cure, and the faot that
.. .. (very best), $9 to $10. :Extracting: free, by painless method where plat
no accidents have so -far occvrred R. Barney, bar] popular enstom made. FintKilass operators'and' polite attendants. Gold and Continuous

to no security against 'accident in boas official and Insurance man, ha returned The Premier Flour of America Sets of Teeth made and repaired., -, "* c.
t 'the ,future., Petitions' !shave been to the city, after. aa >absence of
several weeks la Key West, Saaford and ,
sent' to more than forty postmasters other,distant points of Interest Mr. I -.r _
along the Florida East Coast which Barney reports having bad a bugs time S :eEJt.aeOS: '

t, will- no doubt- -be- numerously. signed Especially In Key West., Unexcelled Biscuit .. "9

y P' .j ana we nave toe assurance of the Geo. Morton, who has been residing rst1r
t ';3 Hon. R. "W..Davis that he I will ren la North Miami for some time past, was *
r4 ,, :der all the assistance in his arrested on.Sunday last, on a warrant 19Gi Wholesale and Retail Dea1eJ'llVEHICLESJ la
power swam oat by Oscar Davis,' charging him .
i to carry the matter to a.successful the said Morton with assault with intent For and.:
s i issue. This means, that the subject to ssurder. on Davis., A preliminary; trial ISpATL l' TO HARNESS'

will not\bv\, allowed ',to drop Was held before'Bon; Justice Ashten, lathe cAidWltct ,
l until city and the defendant was bound .
some.definite is
promise obtained
r' '
v over to sushi the action of the circuit Bread
... from' the authorities towards court whisk convenes next month. The } Pastry. And; Bicycles. .
::4't the re-establishment boad 1
of the was Axed at $000. which the de- .. : '
iklights,' and we.may confidently look fendant wlU !probably not be able to. ascure. Largest theSoi! 1 1Coaespoodeace
f6 t ,t ,w, .jer. their .refumpUon ,In th AMon r Worley; represented'. Stock and Lowest: Prices: ,in ?

JA'fytlin.1t" 'r *, ,Har... :)7Ijcjipiter.defendant sad the State was. 'represented. S j epteaeate. k br 1-F-E. IDRST +h'. JICISOMraiE,'; FM. ( solicited.) JACKSOMVILIJt; Agrata for,Victor FLOBIDA.. Barnes led CarlUls WI"y.

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.. --t..bed pure.wk2 Daytona. I 1i

., =."sad detldah A rainy season--three months off dateIs FE.RTILIZ: I ERS. :/

'. \ now on. < ; .

Dr. H. D. Brown went to Jacksonville
N Tuesday, to meet his sister-in-law.

ItO Silas B. Wright, of DeLand Is here SPECIALFRrefts"

looking,after our Insurance poticle.. I
{11Tetcto3oaa. f
We noticed the editor of the DeLand ,
News, Col. Codrington, on our streets TO

I Monday.We understand that some nine new rill Fln: .eapple rowers Pi

rooms for business purooses'll1Il be a. __ .
bAKING erected this faiL ,
Mr. Despland Is hurrying matters to : : .4.11 ,Elxousld: Por1tl.1:1.mor.: : ""; riI- '

I POWDER I ,get Ing on the the Palmetto 1st prox.House ready for open. hiEH j i Price $26.OO.. / ty Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to l

Absolutely Pure The dredge Is very busy transferring j: GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us fob prices, and we will prove to ;you we can lave you money

the bottom of .the river to the streets i! .' ....... .' ,.. 8 to 10 BONE RAW *
and sidewalks of our town. :, Aiuinonta. ...*%.......%*.,..." *... .... ......*.,......"!... S to 6r STEAMED BONE, I III
E-I ICqualtoaolphiteotAmMonla! .......,.,........." .....h...........,........ HO tone: BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE r
Our new building and loan association ': AVallablelb"'l'borlo AOld..n... .............. ..,........ eta e N
,ors..{.....,..*POWDU eo.,""rots. has begun work, and loaning Kqual to Bone rhoaphatQ of Uine...,.,....,.................,......v.............. 11 to ISPotiwhKaO DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA 'I
money to i : ................n. ... ......,..;v.,................, ...ti.......... B to 6 at
panics Improving their property. Equal to Sulphate of PotniU........,.......u." ...............v......... t.. stoic SVLPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
Mr. and Mrs. 0.11. I Mugnesla,LIme,SOIIa, .to. .......Io,..'>.,:;.;... ..............",......"......entoW E-I ,
Ludwig of Cleve.
Lotus. are here, ready to occupy their new Ky-\Vrlte for Pamphlet. *
winter home as soon as it la finished. I'' <." Y' COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND 'POTASHES.tV .
One of our Yolusia avenue S3T" Special Mixtures: : compounded with machinery at very low,",: 0[ it

D. Provost visited Normandle SunJ'lus't. ladles went "the way of all the young H .'j} prices. /4 '

Wednesday evening, I. e., got married.Mr. >..W u's -
IBS Annie Taylor,,spent Sunday, last Julian, of Seabreeze, Is off for i Please Correspond, :with before. being induced to buy'' from Dealers. Send for '

*Miss Kentucky on a ten days'trip, to his hi.1 I t Pamphlet. '. ';:' !;jl' V r-I '

M. Yo' Ramse3e called on our home in the "blue grass" 'country-the" .

chants one day this week. of beautiful women and blooded i 'LITTLE! BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. :

and Archie were P)
|i r,on Chambers our streets Thursday son, last, 1 t 1 j ,I t ,

Jhe St. Augustine\ had a very heavy VeroWo > 'j ,f : :: .v1J.Ls.: Florida: '

Ight on her trip south. Monday .
V and G.* W. Warner, of are having lots of rain,. but; not .'
B. Stewart
|ntley, word up shopping Wednesday. any mosquitoes. Melbourne. I Thursday, gathering material for an Illustrated e
,El.: IT. Willis, of Jacksonville, spent a trade edition of that paper. : G G. SPRINGER
,. D. Hancock is hard at work, clear- few days here
up his truck'land, for a winter.crop. GOODK & OOODK.-R ftJ Estate and Loan Chas. Hatch, of Rockledge who has ,
B. S. Irons, of Ashbury Park, N. Y. Agent for JlStna, London and Liverpool and been taking a course at the Macon Business .
b'e 'lnued rains Id our secf Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. BpeoliU ..
con heavy has College, returned last '
in just arrived here, and will take attention paid to the Interest of non-rail- Friday.P. Manufacturer., Retailer and ,Shipper Of .- --
u causing some delay preparing -
i truck lands. charge of.the J. C. W. and W. B. Stout dents.. A. McMillan, of Banyan, was hereon :
property. .1>>>uslneRs last Saturday i also II. B. I,
BoVoe Sams of Courteuay, unloadedrgo HOTEL CARLETON MBI.BOITRNK .LA.- Howard of Vero and J Booth of I'
H. T GIfford has a tree that ; ; A. '
of furniture! for C. D.,Provost at pawpaw Beautifully iltuated on a high bluff, overlooking "' .
( he has picked 58 Ibs of fruit from Brantley. IC EIDisiiiled AND : r:
ripe the Indian River. Flrat-olaai accommodation
V last. I .k.kI
place, baturday the largest weighing 11} Ibs. The tree *,,and rates. remonalile.IT. i: 'It 'was reported here last Saturday ,
f. Bruner Is slowly recovering from has 20 more fruit that will weigh from 6 KOBK11T8ON Proprietor. afternoon that a terrific gale was headIng 'I
|recent illness and we 'hope to seeD 13 Ibs each. the this way, and quite a number of our I .1
out again In a few days. Itauutr,Mr.Chan J.F.Campbell A Co.. Millinery people, fearing another cyclone, went to
...awrence Bute, of Brantley, was here Narrows.Confidence Notion.. Dry Good, Ladle readymade work barricading the w)ndows'and bracing 1 Water s
i and woven Underwear Ferris' Renown- their houses so as tSk'be ,ready when : ,%
(Ir day nighty after medicine for his K ell Corset,eta.,embroidery and colored silk,
who has been 111 for several souvenir Ipoon.,8tatlonery,etc. she struck. The gale, however, must '
er, quite has been restored
to our
l Ice
farmers, and the prosperity. wave must have dissolved into rain before reaching \ Refrigerators, Chests, Freezers and ,Water ,Coolers. .
,. beret and to judge from the water that .
armon Grlggs, 'Marion' county, ar- inevitably follow Miss Jean Barnes entered high school has fallen it must have been a stiff one. 'FACTORIES, ......., .. ;*
ed on steamer St. Augustine, Tbursjnight. Maj L. B. Dawson had business In last Monday. All of the oldest residents are marvelingat r ''
He hassecured' a positionh TItusvllle and Fort Pierce, last week, Geo. Bell has been adding a new kitchen the height of the river. Cocoa and, Wost'Palm Beach.

J. N. Chalker. making the trip to both places. via steamer to his cottage, ,.on New Haven avenue. e. I
St. --- -- -
Messrs. Ledbetter, Martin and Barber Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. L./'c. Moore have been SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit : '
Jompanled by two ,i other gentlemen; F. G. Baldwin, representing the Wilson the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Goode .to E. B. Williams A, Co., wholesale "
i In Lotus doing shopping Monday A Toomer fertilizer house, of Jack. for several days. ,fruit and produce merchants, 6ft South CELERY- AND CABBAGE ;PLANT // '
Call again, boys., sonville, was soliciting patronage among Broad street, Atlanta, Go. Sea their .
the1 misfortune to
7. B.Tre8c.killed the first wild duckhe the Narrows growers, last week. Frank ,advt. bn page 4. J.
out his foot badly with an ax, but we I i."I-, '
season. He captured two out of Mr. Leatherman, the energetlo mer hope soon to see him well LARGE, STOCKY CELERY PLANTS, Dwarf Golden ,Heart, 'Golden Self-,

lunch Monday,'as they were sunning chantof Wabasso, reports that Mrs. Eaton Is her cot r of" Sebastian. Blanching, Glantl'aohall) White rlumn! ", . I. i.-; ,. ..:J.T5 100O,
Miss Lizzie having
|tr our bean patch. + Leatherman Is In a fair way of speedy recovery She ., .. CABBAGE-Succession, Surehead, flat Dutch., Drumhead,. :larly e
he wind and rain for the past week under the skilled treatment of tage.on to be the here bluff this Improved.winter expects '' -. Summer. .,,,,.,..".f. . .'. t.,.,,'..... ... .'.*,, ,. .,I..r., ."n ..v,. '8.75, per 100Q.
The Howard first of Snowball '
the river and is likely to Dr. Worley, of St. Augustine. Bros. spent I the Also _
[ff considerable damage to the low lands J; E. Dodge 'has his handsome residence The members of the Ladles' Guild; of the week in town. CAULIFLOWER ,,..r..A.'*.,., .*.. .t. .. .. .,.-.,.. ,'i... .. .,'.."4.00. per IOOT() (
the Indian River Narrows.; < almost completed and is the Episcopal church, met last Monday Stanley Bitching Is now carrying the A8PARAORAS-Mammoth, Conover's Colossal, and :Palmetto.<, ... .t.:4.00 per 1000 dl

The steamer St. Augustine made har- Mrs. Dodge's return,home soon expecting she- afternoon, at Hotel Bellevlew. IT.-S-;moil in the oat-boat Widow. Horse Radish Sets..l..Y\ .,', ,"'I.( 't. ... < ; ,.. .,,,",:t\" t'.,..:.,.,..', ?.1,0ope100- .

r In Banana river last Saturday night, having been lor" New York City several! Joseph Conkllng, 'of Tlllman, came up Mr.k and Mrs."Troaca 'a lved. Tuesday L.. CAME 1t9.N..; Seedsman,'
months, under care of .a physician.: last to spend the'..winter :
|log to the predicted storm, but so far to town Tuesday morning, and are' stopping at the par
) storm has failed to !show up. Mrs. S.' 'K. Michael, of Orchid, who has here and attend nigh, school sonage., 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.. f ',' '

Rev. W. B.,Trelloa, whg has been' copying spent the summer in the '' mountains of tJ.: J. Hector' and family 'expect to Wf O.i Braddock Is getting the building .,. -..-- .. ---- -- --- -' ,- .---- ------.i= y
Mrs. Green's. residence this West Virginia, Maryland' and Pennsylvania move to Crescent City next week. We material on the ground .for his new resi
ce, took bit departure Monday night has recently returned home, greatly wish them success In their new home. dence. *

I the steamer' St. Augustine, for SebasIn benefited by her prolonged visit. J. H. May, of Rockledge, and Herbert ,feel' Herndon killed a rattlesnake a The Jacksonville> Fertilizer Co

where he wilt reside till conference. ''Mr. White, of Bethel creek house ot Conkllng, of Cocoa. were at the social few days ago that had twenty-one; rattles
f regret to have Mr. Tresca leave us, refuge, was a passenger north on steam hop, at Hotel Carleton,Saturday evening.Mrs. and a button,. ,
I he is beloved by all, but we hope to er St. Augustine, Friday last. After a Glee Club $ ., CHJ:JL>XiO'lW'' GoVoxx'l :arliagcr; #
|ve him with us again next year.LaGrange short visit In Kockledge, he will C. J. F. Campbell's Jim}Morrow Is expected down shortly,
<< proceedto CHAPMAN < >>.
Wednesday at (LATE !( A *
meet evening .
for a considerable sojourn. now every he ha vlbg made some real estate'deals jftUDLOW. )
.- her home, and we hear that we may look at h4s .
$ .
Wednesday of last week, the schooner for a concert In the near future.O. flace.Robert South .Jacksonvllie. ,Florjda.)
_. Hardee,. owner 'of the sloop
Olivette, south bound, cargoed with lumber I '
M. Bonter writes from Canada that ,- MANUFACTURER
ran aground on a bar near Orchid. Rosalind, returned to his home at Hook- OF -
ots of rain and less truck. to unload her he and family are wall-and does not'ex. ledge; Monday. '
garden The were compelled
craw to be in Florida this winter, ft* -he For
co) Coats has gone, to Miami to get. cargo before she could be released, cans is pact making lots of money there at present.Dr. :Mrs.. 'W. J. Newlan and son John, FERTILIZERS Pineapples Oranges; and q.
h. ing them a delay of over 24 hoars. have gone down to their benn farm In I ,

W. Simmons Into the Lumber for the'Wab&so school building \ Hnghlett, of Cocoa, Goode was called who the.Narrows for the winter, l and }
has moved last Friday to attend John Vegetables Dealers'lln Every Kind of Raw'Jaterial
ate house near the depot.. is dally expected to arrive and an was very 111, but at this writing we are Paul .KroeRel launched another new ,, ., ,
soon as it does, the edifice will be pushedto Is able to be fish boat Tuesday evening This II the '
ev. S. F. Dove, of Fort Pierce,Is vislt- rapid completion, and the school term out pleased to say Mr. finest of the fleet, ,and Is nwmed the Ore. Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanlt; Etc. Also, ,.
[uncle Shad for a day,or so.' will soon thereafter as convenience agalnj '
will allow, with Miss Leatherman J. H. 'Phillips arrived: home last B. F; Hardflsty, teacher, ATho :I1'a2210u. :EEa.ztd.-TI.D1e.' .: 73razu: .
1 everal of our good people are having. In charge. Wednesday, after a pleasant visit to Informs us that he now has thirty-one . ?. ,... .. k />.....r t /.>4 to S per cent > : ,
colds,since this'wet. weather set in. North Carolina. Mrs. Phillips stoppedon scholars, and that there are .more com Available Pho*. Acid..,, 1"< ,,,, to 8 per cent > For i 1' A.OO Per Ton.; ,
Dr. Wilson The scarcity of palmetto berries on will be log ,;r. Potash Khighest O. ,. '. .. to 7 cent ) '
is seen out our quite side has made It for the way, visiting friends, but <; .4. .Vi.a >per> / .) .
en of late, visiting Mr. Stewart's folks. the Mr.west King to separate, his many neoessajy coloniesof home soon. < ', ; 'Trw bean growers ,,are hard at work Commercial Value given our brand. In the last Bulletin Write for "11

obert Singleton and T. A. Johnsontemplate honey bees. A great many hives have Dr. T. Howard Knight and1 family are plowing, planting and fertilizing, etc., Prices.' Orders for :2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all N
going out of the hog raising been placed up the Sebastian river now In London, Eng.,.where his children though the heavy rains of late have delayed freight charges to any. 'railroad depot; on the East Coast' at catalogue' prices. ,' until
others taken to Woodley, while seversihundrid Attending school, and Master Eugene !. the work to a certain extent: further notice. f ,
''Irs. T. A. are hives still remain In Wabasso. and Charles Murphy have Jool1ege. Several of the growers have bean up.
Johnson and babies expted -
: Their friend are
home Saturday next, and Tom't Truck farmers In this locality are all many well and'
look so bad now preparing their land for the oomlnz to know they are extent. enjoying IV YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and '

firs. C. N. Mime and sister crops, while some few of them have already life to the fullest Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Fred k. S. Morsex
daughter ,
Groover made small planting. All anticipate Last Saturday Jo*. T. Hogg received the AOTOCATK.: ; ;
p. Hazlehurst Oa ,,
this death Cbas L.
|n lay with friend here.I quite large shipments season, the sad news of the of.
and many new wharves will soon be Merritt of Mlddletowfl,N. Y., who died I
eo. Gardner'when.asked why that placed at the different steamboat land.. very suddenly/ Mr. Merritt with his -What do you need In the way of :SE:: : :zE1S A-ciEJ'- ::
.lad I smile, says there is the finest baby ings. wife, spent last winter In our town, and envelopes. note and letter heads, bill .
f 1 his house In the state.oho wo so delighted with.Melbourne that heads,. statements, tog, cards, etc, .. '
:Mrs. T rank Forester, Miss Meadle they bought some fine property, and In- Wa shall be glad to have a share of your' ...+.A.1YX: ,-: acSe ''cld.. ''WLOItTarAi:
J Coward, of Salt" Lake, Is looking Michael and Carl Curtlss, the executive tended soon to make their borne here, work. We have a first-close lob'department ,'" .
f his family and two others soon, which committee of the Narrows' circulating carload of furniture connected with the ADYOCATB rf '
pi 1 make there. held '''a. meeting last Thursday and which a ., AGENT FOR LANDS OF .;;
quite a town. out library" ahead, la here now. They made and all we ask Is a ihare of jour work.) _
residence of Mr. and ,
--- e afternoon, at the with F
; here
friend while us.
Roseland. Mrs. Forester, Orchid. The committee We extend sympathy to his beloved wife --:- 'r- Florida Coast Railway Company
decided to give an entertainment duringthe and sorrowing relatives.CoCOa Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company
for the benefit of the library
holidays, '
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NEW YORK Boston A Florid Atlantic Coast Land '
'any people In RoseUnd are suffering fund.S. ,
III colds. and his Walter .. .. .. ,. 'iH
K. Michael two sons, --- ---- 1 -' "7'""' ; .

*n. D. Cain left Tuesday,. for a visit and Vernon,' had a thrilling encounter V ,,Awarded Gold Medal sad Diploma of Honor at Cotton tut.*and International" Ezpomtioa. Jfi.
her daughter ..Mrs.' M. Stokes at with a wildcat last Wednesday morning. J. T>. cairn 1 keepe.lInWaM IW_; 'WI-. TAILORING CO. Atlaat*,oa 11IU .. *
oodlel; .. They were on their way to work, travelIng ,been. wbl......., beady and rum. .porIe4 : .. &

In an ordinary sized skiff, and were and*donnetlo of U'luonrro.clgf...tobacco W-OO&e t and 00 per ClfWOtMM.frto nllon... v
Adams has returned to' :Melbourne, upon the feline before they were aware Prompt .atMftMoii to Jvleeraph and mall THE G. D
d nag harvested his sweet potato,crop of Its presence, and before words could OI'den. .2'.....Cub. CcJOC.\A... I POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. HDONDCOItPANIJ
< attended to his pine exchange the beast was climbing over V. Cain, A.cI. :; 'i

W. Gibson b'u returned; from his the side of their boat; quickly. Walter,

mestead Ruffner,In who Woodley has been to assist quite Col.111 for H. who was made rowing It loosen struck its It hold with and an fall oarwhich Capt.., A. J. Canova. returned last Saturday Ws.:Carry the La/lest aDd .PORE' ,AND BEEF' PRODUCTS. : '

but the oarsman'sefforts Lawrence left for Bnldentown Fl ,
eral da,*. rOwing back Into the water L. ,. ,.. \ ,
disabled his oar and before a last Saturday. .-. '. -
to a'telegram strain Mr. second blowonld be administered the Most Complete Line 1Lmmond,Ind., South Omaha, Keb./ Chicago, III*..

d no Goode had been snake Bitten, Mr. enraged animal regained its strength and their".E. P.visit Partner la New and York.wife are prolonging "' a1eIIrooDUl.23-.., Bay St., Thos.W,'Dunk, Manager, 'Jacksoavllle, Flo. ;
Moore Good the In the of and Trouserings 1"" '
9ofak and Mr* once more made for party Suitings -
trip to Melbourne by speo- boat;the younger son then seized*snail .CoL Travis returned from a business '' f'
conveyance on Friday last. Mrs. anchor near at hand and with all thestrength trip to Jacksonville Friday.: \. ikrtetj IdtuelDgBipidfj' M Lirds, Hau :ud, BelliM. '
oae bad lint arrived from Melbourne, at his command, dealt two or in the State......
> 'Mrs. K. Joiner daughter of Mjr. B.'X.ADd..w. Y '
Mrs. Moore bad been .18I DIr. three blows In quick succession, the vV rite use :ror'.crJ.OO_.
Moore returned Monday evenlngandle. beast then, fell bock Into the water ., has bern quit Ill, but- !. now \ .
Nrted Mr. GoodVi favorIn of view the partythen Improving.Mrs. Silts to Order '. $tl..ud ,$20
I condition as wbere It sank out ; e. ... ,
pursued their course, and la a little the .. A. 8. Magrador nrtanMd lost ..- ,, 4 ?I\ IfIIt. ................ ; 1-. 'C-
white saw the wildcat climbing up week from Hartford. Coon.-where she Tar! to Ord' e .sad JOE .C.t. ''"'' ;
In want of u.locI' of bnlWirig bank of the river onwber the peninsula side. baa been visiting reUtlves.Mra .. '. .. : "- !.
the forwt. Sample* rot by mall. .
serials 10 car loads <* otherwise, the *It scampered off into ,.Wm. Hladto' baa b.e.'TvftIaa .,. fl. i I KIrSD3 .r" .
ena Supply Ca, st'8t. Augustine. m daring the part week; sh. ,Uqnlto .uD I- OF ALL ; '
Il I .. Nz1Fy'O1ix TAILORING COMPANY' : I; .r
b. ) befiding ea.tetlsl w ,
p aecI to maks de1IftnId Boy lumber and other 111 and not of toft ,
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**>* statla., Tim bYe M direct irons 4 17 ZMay 8tr* t. '' .
or .. and save 1M lusOevymrd Me. Merrlt ,jreprseratlaf ... Tlmw ::14' '" ,.' 7
.wco..J88Ioa 8fe Augustine, "
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tAt), ::"f.1, "," .t.: :" I INDIAN 'felVEK ADVOCATJC OCTOBER 22 1897.LX'CE'BUTJERFLY. ,

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>. I.":." 1-0- 1 ,,'s". SOCIETIES. '" : .KTC. STEAMSHIP LINE.> & e>ninsuIar

".-,' ". : : .:,.. 41 .. .1 MALLORJ fire, Florida (Central ,, p Railro

{ ;Iv '. .Ia DU.&y I>.ilt. For' Zoework N.w J8 INDIAN' RIVXB: GUABD.brill .Florida. New York

Mock In Vo.... a at the Armory, over county Jail every Philadelphia and 'Boston. Short Line between Florid and 'all Nortr'ern.potnta

1 q; I .. A tntterfly laoewotk is the eab4 uesday evening in the.T.month.FKASTBIC at 8,Captain o'clock.A. ., From Brunswick (via Port Royal B. C.,) to New York. Everett. Savannah, Augusta Ca., Washington i

4, ( w, ; ;ject: of an illustrated description in tb4 PASSENGER BE VJCE. tlmore Philadelphia New York. Boston and the East{{ '

New York Tribune As it aJJords a Via Fernanrtlna." JI''.' C.. & P. Ry, and Cumberland Route I Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville Lonliville, Cinol
1 t i :3 pretty idea in this popular style of. INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.Tltusvllle Lv JaAsonvllle SIS ami Lv. Fernandlna" 1.30 p mj; Ar and Chicago 111I

4 b xtoadlework it is here lodge No. 111 meets every Tuesday Brnn *loK 8.30 p m. Dally except Sunday. Everett Blrmingharrt Holly Springs Memphis, Little Rock. Kaneai
< reprodnoed. JaskwnOnus :
evening 7:80 In Presbyterian church. l'ubllo Via X..erett..n rail F. O. &: P. Ry and 3o. Ry. Lv Louis Chicago, Sioux City. CIIJ I
I This II oatlined with Kara 4UMallowed m: Ar hrunewlck 1J& p m. Daily. Passengers
butterfly meetings first Tuesday In each month.C. JIi oarS Thursdays. River Junction, Fensaeola, Mobile New Orleans Texas, i
for esfco
; 11 u : braid that is made for the laoework: now A.. GARDNER, G.W. BCOWTB, on supper and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O, ISO7. Cap(
-i wo much vogue and the flUinQ in

mtltches are of No. 60 'or finer linen PROPOSED SAILINGS Till Hew 8.:IB York a. m.KxpntM, No.wIth .TbruuJh'J
Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,I gOp, m.? (Standard Time.) lv. Brnnswlck.t av.m n, Sleepers for Savannah dally

,,, Friday, Got. 1S............................. RIO GRANDE....................... ....Frida'. 22 .ra.erA e Y Baltimore, PhiladelphiaN CoIUMbl._ York,
Friday, Oot.22......?,.............,........COLORADO .... :....,. ...........,,... Tiuay, Oct 29Friday. 0 Eastern points. re
Oot.2O ... .......,. RIO ORANDB.... ,.........*. ...... JKlay'wOr-iS Arrives Jacksonville *.80 p.m.tot
EYIB00PALQHUBCB.,, Friday, Nov. B n......x...,'..I..COLOItADO..y.r..4 ........................Frlday. S0 !S 0 .o. :
Btrvloes the 4nd and 4th 'Sundays in each Frld.,...No,," 12...... ........................RIO ORANDJO........,...... .....:.., Friday, Nor.19For .e New York Fast Mall Re
month,at 11 a. m. and 7:KM p. m. Sunday school general information,steamers. tral ratell etc.! apply to any railroad agent or toCHAS. .cos Jacksonville 7:-00 p. m. dally fw .:",
very Sunday at edlo a. m.' at .DkYLEj; .Acene, 220 W.Hay 8t.Jaokaon"me. era points Carries through 8Ieep. Jv

( p. w. on Wednesdays' Litany. serve every H. K.RAYMOND( General Southern ,Agent/ Brunswick Ga.: em: t s.e.. York. No. ae arrive Jac
Friday 10 a.m. ,C.B.MALLORY.General. Agent, Pier M,E..River and 863 Broadway,N. T.
R. .V. B., F. BBOWH, Beotor.PRESBYTERIAN ,.. -
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,\ I F Y Cincinnati and Jacksonville. No
a 38,
V CHURCH. Jacksonville 7-00 p IQ.,via Everett
S i r 1 lhao; :
44' S 8 4 Service every Sabbath at It a. m.and T.80p.m. XSbS&SGB: Chicago W
; and
BUTTERFLY LAOKWOBK.mhread. Sunday school at Ih: a. m., Cb... Gardner P s and we.tern polnte. :Returning

i''ll' i ( that oomea In littta balls .al 4 or at Bunt.7:M Prayer. The public meeting cordially on Wednesday invited evening to attend b Sax DIBONItE JacksOnville a.lo a. m. miD etl,

is i oenta Mob. One ball of. ibresvl will oar service. 0 --
lY ) H. GOODBH., Pastor. Ashevllle Route.
x31 b Through Pullman ,
anake= butterflies a
its ,, : litany
0 Vi j Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah
q Draw: the pattern on a pis. of muslin BAPTIST CHURCH. say air. w bin, Asbevllle Hot SprtnKS, KioivUto ih r
nMi, } :; --colored! paper uraslln is the bed. OP the Celebrated. Mountain Country if
a ( Baafe braids.... the pattern'J Pieadhingevery second and fourth Sundays Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 7.00 p r1!
jtb > and ins Cincinnati
4i j morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every Y = i f 0 o v 'k 7.40 a. m. .Returnl ut, U1t
fill in .the wings with fancy stitches., Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday Jacksonville, : a m.

yy $tl''f .Do nut prick the needle through ,the School every Sunday at IJ:45 a, Second preaching x r.q .
lint Sunday at LaGrange: Sunday, j4K
d : onuslin in any place excepting when Oak Hill. .All are cordially invited to attend. Only Line Through the I

'snaking I .the body; of the butterfly, B. A. GBIOXB., ,Pastor. d M 'Comniry of Middle Florida, f nL.u
.. KscwnblB. Bay Leave uVJ
+ ',/ If which.L' ,is to oe worked: spiia in an "overtand 1! M.,' of Qt. ,4 for Lake City Live Oak Jacksonville Madison .inu!ii tta'
; n a 1 : over" stitch. For the ,two feelers METHODIST CHURCH.r/ FLORIDA: : CENTRAL wee. Tallahassee River Junction\ Pennaoola aS
7, nse fine oord covered with the J New Orleans, and the southwest M8Iloo,
: over" andover Reirnlar 118",1081 every first third and fourth and ,c\.. ornia and the Paclno Cravat Carrie BleefEllfI.UUB y .(
C stitch Sundays at 11 a. m. and Tab; p, m. Sunday v No. 1 arrives Jacksonville 7:.M a.m.
'* School every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. EpwoLeague R.R., .
When finished, 'rip ,oat the basting each Sunday at 3.30: p. m. Prayer meetIng Ad Conntollant. ,'"--
'fit ti threads and out away the- muslin from every Thursday night nt 7:00 p. 10..' TheLadles' -... -- ., ..
; 9 18
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; : a.m.for
,, ;i 'innder the wings, trimming it close to 8 roc p.Aid ui. Everybody Society meets welcome every at Wednesdayal our church araAtr 011,. .,"0 "1 thorne. Silver6p! Ooala OamesvUlTu snukt

: 'the body so that none of it may; .bow. services.. ......'-" --. a ,'. 'v Key.Orlando Wlldwood, Lacoochee Leenburar Dade Tavare.rita
; 'I; i,"' Starch' and while damp iron the wings A.. W. J. BEST Pastor. Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:10 p."pi time,

A i1 ..,' unttt dry, 10 that they; will be uplifted. rw NASHVILLE ROTJTB-Thronch Pallman/ Sleepers, Via Everett Macon AII.nll
r' r ,Place the Ch ttanoug.,. Leave Jacksonville T.OU p. m.. arrive. Nashville, 7.00 next p. m. Leave J liuh
butterfly of
i on piece work
; any CATHOLIC CHURCH. 9.00 a. m.; arrive Jacksonville 8-10 next a. m.
\>IJ yon wish to decorate-the corner of a Services! at 10 a. m.;'every ,. In 8:15 a. m.-Lea>"e Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, ud (
l doily; .for the table, sv pincushion top,; Church building North Tltusvllle. Gthildran'e. Sound.. Local -
f,. ... catechism at 8 p. m. 4:00p0 m for Ererett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quickeR n
.eta ally.J.I'.O'BO Rector. BiOO, P. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points Arrive Jacksonville':ID p.Do!
f.' The butterfly may also be worked dlMOtly nlI. 9>4O P. : and Intermediate points. Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jacksonirie7J8u
l } Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asheville leaves Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive j
? ;j on a piece of fine 'Persian lawn, rifle 1.415 p. m., arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. ,
., I 1 I tarBUMMER KATES!: to Kxonrslon Points-In efflect Junelst.llmau .
\t ,Jawn and Only cutting away. under the SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I ]> Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor cars between Jacksonville and Tampa

.. ; } Wings. ,' fl'be."fly": :will then lie flat :on .TOWN COUNCIL. : t3T: Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to .
;', tan work and. is not nearly so flfeot1.e R.P.Hall, mayor i R. B.Smith,marshal( J. A. Finest Cuisine and Berm. 1 No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. .Traffic Manager, ., General Passenger, J
I 1 I. 4U when appearing to be "on, the wing.." Ilappenette, tax collector; G. Cary-Elwee:! clerk
and assessor; J. M. Dixon W. R. Knox Geo. The Fleet Is composed of the following! Handsome New Steel Steamers tI119laaacha"

''f" W. Soobie! R. O. Sorlmgeoar! Tbos. W. Lund '
;4 i ,., rasbloaable"Nearly Balydradog. .' councilman. The council meets second. andfourth / (newsUgonQalal") Iroqnols "CtorokM "Seminole." '
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; Mondays in each month. '
,1.I every ,well dressed 'wonUnnowaday Florida: East Coast Ry.1'

? ?I' I completes her evening 'toilet t NorthBound.Steamers .

K'l' t;I'' *y the addition' of some' ornament..Kothing .: COUNTY OFFICERS. are appointed to all according to the tide. Tim Table ... .-Dorr****** N .1'.". S, 18 7. .
>< Is prettier or newer for the From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston' -' Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
) H; SCHOOL BOARD. From CHARLESTON t(. C., Mondays, Wednesdays! and Fridays.For .
it purpose than one of the ,upstanding hour of sailing see 'ClydeUne", Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston) dally papers. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). :NORTH BOUND (Ron UDI.o ).
'3.: B. Snowden Tltusvllle A. L, Hatch City '
bow. and rosettes of silver I
spangled Point i i). E. MllAer, Malabar/ n., n iA oat
: -tulle, known abroad M rejanes.' On cf SouthBound.Steamers .Y.. Lv......(jlao ..o nviU -. ...... r. 6- :::::: 10aTOW. ... ....1
\ : ire appointed to sail from Pier 20 :Bait River New YdrkL at 8 m. as follows, .. W a..... Ar.s.StAaeu.tms.,...,.L.V. 6t..::. ..".. ...... ..
1. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1'0rCIIA.RLERTONB.C Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.For b .,.... ,... Lv. ..... e. Aernatlnw.Ar. II ", ....., ...... ...... ..."
'; 1 W.. H; Sharpe Sharpen, chairman Joseph I JACE80NYIL1EILA.oshingatCharleston( ), Mondays,. Wednesdays and Fridays. USUDOa ... HaHrtot( ... .' 1 i6l' ...... ...". ...... ....
Mendel LaGrange' J. 11. Walker l'ltusvllle I ; .. e ...,....XsiitAr. Pnlatfca...!. .. ) ...... ........
j" Jno. Houston, Eau bathe{ ; R. D. Hoke, Jensen. Clyde New England, and Southern Lines (Freight! only.) ...........1'alatk..Lr.. ; ...". ...... ..... .....
Regular pe..Iooaue held first Monday, In each neuaIS :. Lv. ,... PaJ tka..t ......Ar. ...... ...... ...... .-
'f month (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) .:: Ar..... Baa Matvei..Jjv. 4Op... .... ..... m"
\ ..,... : ... .... liareot. Ar. ..............
.. 'f STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"are .......11 ::;. .. .:. Lt..........Gemondr..A9.. ...... ..... ."... _
J I I *' COUNTY OFFICIALS. appointed to sail as follows ._.. .., ,..... ...... ...... ....
From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville; From Lewis' 'Wharf, Boston .: :.
,f1W' Minor B.Jones, Tltnsville, county Judge I D. THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS .
,Wi. L.Gaulden Tltusvllle prosecuting attorney; ? < (
,1>, ''';. 1, A,A, Tltusvllle clerk circuit court i J. :/
r, : r J'. 8tewarta OCJoa tax assessor" ; E. W. Ilall, .21111':
oolleoror A. T. Tltusvllle St. Johns River .lane.DE
Sharpee tax ; Feaster Clyde's .
of' treasurer J. H. Same, Courtenay ftuperintead- ..1 :
,. ent public instruction ; J. O. Fries Orlando 2
"r\\ \. Titu.vdle sheriff. ( BARY XXNBk) .
county J.P.Brown, ..
ti ... I surveyor! ) Jacksonville Palatka Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ...... 116p .... ...... ........,Mnlbonrne.. ..... 11 -laU41M .......... ... ...."
1 I ..".. /66p ... ..KoMHlaud.......... ..... ........;: j
i ,//"f _. 4 ...... ..I ...tlulusYllas108''a ..... 'M
Yellow Fever Germs -The elegant Sidewheel Bte.mer- ,t -..: IBOp ::. .r. ** .Si. Lucde w Ow". ::::. :.01.:::. ......
-. breed la the bowels. Kill them and you .11J.6 :
'CAl'T. W. A. 8HA.W.Is
are safe from the awful disease. .Casoa- / : :
JI destroy the throughout the to sail follows ...... ..... .....0 ..........,. Iuarb.... .'. 8.,.. ...... ...... ..... 1
tots appointed as t
iJM (terms .. ... .....;
and ...... Ttip. Tlla ........ Alicia a 8ba
? system and make it Impossible 'for new Leaven Jacksonville ,. ., .- Sundays,Tuesdays' Thursdays at 8.80 p. m. ...... a.: Site .,.,.. Hobo bound.... '" 8U:; .1...:. ..... I '
I ones to form. Cascarets are the only reliable Leaves 8aDforel00 :Mondays,Wednesdays' and Fridays at 11.110.. m. ...... 44 p .. .. 8M M ,,,,,.\fiM Jnpiter.. SOuaTBHa ...... :..... ::.=. !?

) safe-guard for young and old SOUTH nOUND. ,' SCHEDULE NORTH. BOUND. 4 JOaUa .. Riviera .::: :...... ,.....I I
Read down. Read .n $1 N 11 OOn Ar.\Test Palm Biich.....Lv.II 7 Ma85Ha .: ...
4.. against Yellow Jack. lOc, 25c, BOo. All up. .. .. a4q. .. .... ....... ..Lluto.......... .. e1.7.tMD ...... ...... ..=. HW
Leave 1.30 p. m.s.B ..... ..................Jacksonville............ ........ .... Arrive-. 2.00.. m.Leave ...... .::_ ......It6D lap" .....Jort Lawlerdals...', ...... ...... ....
druggists., p. m. ... .:........,.....,..nral.t..H................. .... 840 p. m. .-.10 ......J> eu, 61 0.110\................. IM
I. r" u'' 8.00 a. m. t..:...... ',... ........ .. ....tor"6..4.......,.... 2.8Op. m. ...... Id; 3p ...:.. ..... 4 408p Sup Ar..Miami 1?? ...-.v.vt.v." II 'lOa.".................. _
,) N 4.30 a. m. .......:.......:..'......St.. Francis........_....r..r.. 1.00 p. m.
i FAITHFUL MEN OB It a. mt .................. Beresfqrd.Bine ............................ 11.80.. m. .... a \ r Trains 62 11II 87 salt '78 be w". **
WAJTTBO, '.00.. m. ........,.............. ........... ............ 11.00. a!. son vlll ana .
to travel for responsible' Arrive S.30 a. m.... ...........r........... ................ 000a.m. w STATIONS. No. 9. NOv 4. Train U. yl.tweenAntmetlssd.Uy.M1am1sd h1
'& MBWE8T BAIB OnsAHEsv.k' 1 established house In Florida. .Salary to' 925 ..'10. ..:........... ........ .....8anfOrel..X................. 9.a11..IO. I '....New Smyrna....Ar. lip 't' Pl'ieroedalI7.ex08pa8"j.dar' il
$780 and Position >.....JLakeHelen..Lv. iI BOp( 4 II nmv
". the tulle rejanes forms a :pretty flnish-; Reference.Expenses.Enclose sell-addressed permanent Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office? 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jvo.L. '.....&:anit9Clty..;"Lv. 10p 3 S.IP: Miami df 17, except Mosd\I.. .ce
I' a ...,. a.1I6p Trains and 75
1 leg toilet to the waved coiffure. Tho .Orad\.Olty..Lr,18 lOp
?) stamped envelope. .The National, Star tine dally, except Bnnday __-
knot of hair, set rather high at the Insurance Bldg., Chicago. 'c .L. HowABnv. Superintendent.. ... ..iaoll'KOll'GIlB.JB.,Fla.Pass.:Agt.ttM .
,'I back is encircled with the twist of the Foot Hogan St. ( West Bay St. -" T"

i 4 ; tulle and fastened at one side with the JACKaONVtLLB, TLA. .. .1 -

: .bow and a' diamond or other gem or- Orange: Grove and Residencefor 1'RIIIO.G.. Kaona. T. M., W. H.Wi cmxojr, X. P...... M.H.C.TDBA.T.M.. :I W., e "BISCAYNE" .

F" nament. All colors are represented. In. Sale.A 5 BOWLING OBEKN, NEW: YORK.

iheao toll rejanes.Is "r Perrons.Servtoeaetolknrs:
fine grove and garden: property of P. CLYDE A co., OeDat 4p nts. '
aow11ngGreen Newpork. '1. So. >>.. &.... Law with Train H
.wI. Batardsps.
ih 'tl,. 19 acres, fronting on the Indian River .. h ltphia.. VZAJsn 10:JO p. -Wednesdays and oonneotln.

i j NMmmpthua rtenreealagrt and extending back to the county road Leave. .mn'wm 5:00.: .. m ,Tuesday's and Ptd laya.OonneoUnc :
at about '15 miles :south of monia
Sharpes- a'Miami with Train 7s. foUowtec ,
f Dr. Arthur Ransom, speaking of Tltusvllle-known as the Brock place; *

'-observations made In England,'think* 500 ,bearing trees; good house," four thern-r' 8..1IBU4WlTlS" .8.D. ___ .-
+" .that "if ,phthisis were I to continue to rooms and kitchen; servants', house.and Traffln v.ft.- .(j __- -I

t .diminish in prevalence at the same in*- packing house .Price, 1-&, OO.oo. .5Q I Is. Ate.nsMatt iris

.creating rate of decline for another 80 ',Apply to

i'', -years It would. then have entirely dis' BOBBINS V OBAHAM, "Railway.IBSCLUTELY .
Attys. for owners The Trunk Line o :
appeared. The first great drop in its ,Tltusvllle Fla.\ Tropical
:rate: took place in the decade of 184O to ,
1860, about the time that serious at-'

Mention began to be given to sanitary; reform WEAK MEN 'MADE VIBOROUS. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

and especially to land'' drainage.| E1: OV.8: rrjr.T.sfAy D1U.W'INGBOOM OARS, DINING OAU JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE. 'Receiver.

It then remained scarcely reduced' fort
'about 17 xears,. but from 1867 to i 1804 -- Time Effect Sept. B,'97 7B 1100
.} N F.Innsn t No.109 No. 21. NQ.2B loiO.8'J. -N' !!:.
r 'it hall been steadily on the decline. ,It'Iliia i1 iI ;::::::": :Local. 8tl1 p i 912a Lr......JACKSONVILLE.......Ar 3am 8 ra.p .

e this period that most of the great EAST AND WEST. ....i... Mixed 1020p 986. ........".... Park.,......%... 8 I 62am "
sanitary work has been carried out ta: NORTH; ....,.. MoWy 1030 P II". ....... '.........P orl............... 940am ..,09'.. ..
a"BAt. WOfffN 70 fcVM ........ and Fri ..... ....(..... .... .. .h. "
t this country. This indicate the direction PEPPER'S NERViaORDIdIt : ......1101 P 10 08a.. .. ...Green Cove Springs..... ... 600am OUP" ....' .
( in which an effort should be> made TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB ....... ........ ........ .... .. '. :. .Boatwtclt....."..... .., ........ .. is
.. acts powerfully, qanqdtq uk.1k l Cures when all EAST. ........ 11 BOa isa ofifia .. ... r'tluf"Palatka............ T.. BOO nn 600pn"
toward. stamping out a d.ieae\ which Others fan. Touoa lOll. manhood old ....._ ia .. ..| ,I.
men lfctt G..... \ : tap 12.9. 1I1e.....,.......Satauma.... .. .28.mtNI'''
!is said tb carry off one-seventh of the ast W..CiareN.evon.e.e.,1Le. .. ltallty. ....... 1 14p. 104a14Oa 112x..Pomona..r!.....,.. .
e.s..te.eysIdehNy -'_'."", ..!", M Washington and ,southwestern Limited :.....,.. .1 asp 1113t1a.......Crescent City Junction....... swan 8Up"n q0
human race.-Popular Science New .It.... MS. .111_ eeryW atla. DI.. ""... sap 211J. IIIYA.. + .............Seville............ ... 840am O i9p $8
.-. .. sad ilia 0 f Mt/ eMu or WMMM and And the United States Fast Mall. .. o&oop 226a MXia .& ...; ...DeLeon Springs... .... ... 1I00l.m s pmN
(Dom n.Ward." .tlmpoeesworlnl..sah.tltut. off Insanity and consumption! ...,.:.. 490p am 12:17P: ..:. ..,. ...., Olenwood ......,....... SMam235am sat"tar"
'i .tree* Sprinkling With aMalnfeeinata.Street pa -" Mater. I'II'-!:! ln.l.,0iihav} on.> TO .... II lOp 30.1240p .:.. ........Beresford< .........-. ..,..
PK COLT 31 HOUB3 ASHINGTO'N' .. .... Lv...... .,
fns > n. 3a.N. -. '.. .. BW p ...... 1200pAe. "
.priukUog'with disinfectants Cass .. t pialn wnp ....I... 430 p.......12""". LY} ......,....Derand..a. IAr.,........ 1229in.r
is under consideration, in Brussels, aooording r. .. p.r Dot. o. a 'cwb1wi" bk'A PU.. ... OILY, 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO HEW YOBX, ........ Slap........ 13 18p ....Enterprise ..... .......... .
!...- __ en );.. _a.,.oats.aJ'Jfai .. ... .....,.. .... .. 6 03p Ar.........TrrusVILLE: .......,Lv r ips0sn ..' C
to Mr. George W.HOOIe..I..?, iaJMlaA.' A.WB" :.::.di' \ ......:. ........ ....ti.. .... 'Paola. ................ ....... ."....
United State consul to that city. Oreo 41h. BondTesttbmledTrams ee.peesdNL..*ta--.J Fvllnea Steeping Can sue Basal a.. .... ....,.... ......:: ...y..8orrentc........ ....... .:....... 11151...
1 '11 is I Sold by s J. B. Soreven lag Can *-ell without. ehanm to Waehlniton. BalUaaore. ,..:.... ...::... ,....... 4:1Op: ... ............. Dora.....:...... ... :.......... /tteosn. ..
as an antiseptic only. .
.e preferred ........ ., 4 slip JU..Ta..ree..L": ....... I
n>lla.lelpBl..New leak sea aM ..... ,....... 't'ie y i 8S a 1 top JU............. .Lv 148am1317pm '31' .,;. t tv

_.- ...... ....'.... ._......Altamonto Srings.i.:: ... 1
...., .. ....... ...... ...........Winter ; ... 115'1106. -
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAV'INQ-ROOM SLEEPING OARS 'Slt-. ..... .......: a aao* .......,.i,.....Orlando..i......... ..
..:..... ........ ............B1..I..mee............ ...
CANDY TWEEN. .JACKSON iLLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ ........ Ar..... ,..>.. .Bartow Jo. ......Lv 11 D a n .,"
,, ( .. ... 7 40 a 9 :lOp .,......;...>,..IMe1an4.,1, 48prnS llaoje
..r::: .:...:: S40atlSa 4 BOp .............. .Banow................ r DOpni: ..- s
i CATHARTIC Tbrouxh Steeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to .. ....::: ........ lOOp ArS ..........Pnnta Oorda..... ._.Lv jaspm8Mpn 1030.." _
! i ...,.... ........ :28p Ar.............Tampa ....,:.Lv > -:..
( Cincinnati .. .. ... saei.. .'.. .. '
via Asheville Through the .. .Tampa Bay .. .t26pmnoeo.
,:....:: ...... 0 SK a II ClOp! r..PonTampe".L.: -

"LAND OP THE' SKY."' ........ Monandg.t. lOOOp Lv.......... .Port Tampa..Ar lOP ID wed..e..4a ".".
........ Toes A Frtday. cry Ar.............Ky &..... .... ID ......Pol. .
.....,.. Wed and Bat 00a b. ..... .......H._..,....... J.Lv 19a0pmyff
s ForeMaOednfornuttlflej... a* to *... ...". Lam ........ ens _..U._N.. e.- te
inF slawN .IIo.-.all..1'I..II._
+ iii
; std
CURE CONSTIPATION DaaI5:08JI&VBnounge '....Sleeping Can. .a 00 a
+ Indian River iuw) Have Tltuevllle Moooays"$ and TblDu-r.....
1 Pt .1L. A. AH IP.YA!, VlosldPut" Ad.9l* Wes >lUyBer.... JaoksoevflU .,. "Coosa. Boekled Era: dallle, Melbovne and .tatonaedlato. points uaJJt,
arrive TI/asUl. Vjvlnr H
M ..
O *v Thanday and Saturday eoaaaettsu with J.T. .:.. al .,
.. t
VYa. tri L .. d
'I'IaIall, Haw
TUZZ. 'LJr.UJmYIQK. Jacksonville dally at ":M a m. arrtvea at o.,1I!".
,t JOG 106.: Oalal00p Tralajeavt -
Jr' 'AI.L -.. .." Ib Cl. M 'p A.itiat A&;.ass,' arNw M Oaslamb ...Po:! .... 'Tarpon Bpriip eJOF: m''
25c. DIWGGIn'S .-.a. --. .&. rg : md-Wy-<< ... Buda,. .
.. car.Y-
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' el.t; \ hich Will Probably Seminole Hotel l "
The Land
'I.. cos Be a.u..LII Department of the Florida *
East Coast Railway Co. desires
much reason. now as to makean
not so
; for complaint about the lllegi"of exhibit of the products and resources OPEN ALL THE!: YEAR. Sfi) n U:'NEW'YORK..'. ti,
for In all larger of the East Coast of Florida at the ., :" jw

Brmtl, postmarks stamps have given place to State Tobacco Fair, to be held at Lake WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. 1'! .. -- .. -- E
IhineB that produce beautifully; clear City on the 27th and 28th of October This hotel is substantially/ built of brick, and has every convenience. 'Close to q I41; ,! JE! OJ BRwY00RsHOUSL. dR.B''! !. "1
1807. Mr. S. W. Rowley of San Mateo, the railway depot. Free 'buls to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel : i: ,

1001. arrive frequently, how- Flo., has been placed in charge of this with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests.' Kates, from .OO per day and I "" = ; i I
11i ttert.tlll upwards; special rates by the week or month. .1 =
exhibit and all =
parties Interested will 'l
i' that bear only; GEORGE ZAP, P p'rie..r., '
dgeS Instead of a place name and address him or the undersigned as to JtIbi! : m 1t! :;

much number articles for exhibition space, etc., etc. .
vbila a greater =
h their destination i marked In snob Tobacco grown on the East Coast in E3:0rrEJL:: Co 'OJt.a: : !! !!;fi 111. ja1

exerciJa all stages of and, j- 4
hat only by the of great preparation -manufacture et; ..

unity and the waste of occasionally will be particularly acceptable to MIAMI, FLORIDA.. !I: ,.. iJj .. .. :;: 4
a ...
time can the place and day ofIliDg gether with such Information AS will aid '; ,!
able in the Perfectly new hotel with ,all modern Improvements. Located on park 8 i'ftj !: it ,<
bo deciphered. And, it la *1a development of this: crop. Sugarcane block from one II\'. .
Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rates : ;J 'j.aIaC1"&I 1)r
| the letter about which some qnesjjijeg fruit and vegetables of all varieties $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. d I

that fall to carry the de- etc.; etc., In order that all the 'b'e!$) SUSAPDSaee it 3MnaedI ";

information. ,The,depravity; of Innate -, products of the East Coast may be spec- jJ .;1.1; t! aaraluaaaas 11 aaaaosae a g. ;; t fiueuo
uauuw laaah.lae
,1'1 #
'"TilIITltl oljocM takes good'oare to .- f1lca11 I and attractively shown to visitors. 5! >toa 'Meun+sa. (w

* e !itself 'in every; such instance and All articles Intended for exhibition OCEAN :BEACH MOUSE? $! j d=SJ//I If1wKt14uam 4 emaosand '. fir.J'j ; '

whl result la innumerable trials of pa- should be marked plainly with name J/li/ pwnaMa a/s.i ro:1

loo and temper. It la pleasing to and address of owner shipped to Mr. 'ON'TOE!: ,AMKhlCAN.ANI: > EUROPEAN .PLAN. 1 :; nee Mt aAMna1eh/laa/ ... { !)
; :
therefore that the new first as- S. W. Rowley, Luke City, Fla, (F. E. C. Opposite" Daytona, near the City; BeautifnDoulevard; Surf bathing. Sum : aoonaes 1.1 nnlnalaaan Y,0'a.:9 i -"It: Ai
Lot postmaster'' general announces Railway Exhibit) 'on or before October mer Rates .? and $8 per week. Special rates to families.. House open all the year. ; ;.pI] --- I' i .\

a determination of reforming the 20th, 1887,'by, freight. Be' sure to ad- Address MRS;Hv. C. BERRY Sea Brecse, Fla I 15a J' w
of making these useful /' _
ie system vise Mr. Rowley letter; of all = = ___
uA by ship .. .dei taeRYa I 1IooW
[potentially useful, marks and that '-- i"". f..u f.
little offices must do as good workisrespeotas ments, as well as giving full written In- 11I' I Invite your' Attention to my Complete Stock oft g= t'.U _/.Ja1MCS pno.aaro ;.4iLli
the big ones Legible formation such as may'.be necessary In

marking," he says in ,a recent let- order that products may be exhibited to -4 ;'HARDWARE AND CROCKERY & 4. 9 r.

1i 1a |of instrnotion, "is of the greatest the best advantage.A 4s- I :

i dance to the..public as evidence list of premiums wl| be
courts,.in business and in Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. ,All kinds of Boat floods/ Stoves Tinware, Oran- ----,-.-..- .. .- .. -, -... .- -. --- --.----.. -.- .
the --------
In --
pi* a short time, ,by the Fair committee; iteware doors, sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice ,
mail cream
kg responsibility when matter also information as to rates, accommodations freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, garden tools Spring and: Summer Resorts the East Coast '#
fbeen improperly; handled1 by post- and on R'y; '
etc., etc. plows harrows, paints and oils, Fruit jars and Jelly al88ol. poultry
Lteri and other postal employees.frequency and barbed wire, .
i of complaints in regard i J. E. INOBAJIAH *

active postmarking makes it neoesr Land Commissioner, F. E. C. R'y., /' Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed Points.P1ear The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami.. The'Miami &'Key West SteamsMo

for the department to adopt severe St. Augustine Fla. a "Write me for Prices i re neotruiiy Line to Key West i '
res to remedy the trouble. Md"ohthe : prleee of answered your tronKe. Mall Orders KinD Prumpt. and.. aretlll AtlenUon and lniulrle.lOOt'tlon for KEY WEST Went..
promptly. -Hotel Key *4 antI upward special weekly and oommcrcF n
i postmarking, especially; that at who Are 1h.yrBliss M.: m. C 'RZTSFsIR'WestPalm: : .' rates. Open, entire year., A, M. Taylor, Manager, Uefteral offices bt AugustlMb. tV. n
I is reflection '
smaller offices a upon Carman the poet, has Bet people C; B, KNOTT
postal lervioe. The figures of thep BeaohFla.HOMESEEKERS "
He wrote in the Boston
guessing. Transcript .
must be carefully; adjusted at the General,Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotef S tenu.Fisoher' .
of what be regarded as the ten
1 Inning of) each day, and then a clear
greatest lyrio poems in the English lan '
Iression must be made in a book es- 1
guage. The titles were as follow.:. "A ;; ;
ally kept for the purpose so as to Northern Vigil" ,"A Spring Song" :
in the of this = '. -
rd 1 evidence discharge "The Moondial "At; the Granite = Cottage.
tant duty.II It might be of assist- Gate" "The Gravedigger' ". "The ?
in the accomplishment of this Nancy's Pride" "The Red Wolf" "Be- :* Pa1ua.: : Stfcroot; ;, Tl.1u.'Vl.110: ; : P1a. ,'
1 but Important reform if every- hind the. Arras" "The Last Watch" a Who arc Seeking Homo
a in
who receives an illegibly; post- ;' the Centrally located both depots. Airy room.'good table, .pure' drinks-'
and "In Gondola. And .
a BOW some Ing water. '
Eked would make '
letter complaint V
a Bostonians are complaining that they, Rates: $3.00 per day.; special: the week or month. .
e proper New bureau York of Times.the postoffloe do not .know the authors of all these South should:-send to' the undersigned V IU. F., FISCIIERProprletor., .
poems and that they never before saw <
even the titles of some of them. Here is : I -- ..
proa* B.oeml.a .e....r. an excellent opportdnity; for students of for a copy' of the --w-l -ARTHURT.'FEASTER. .

rues treen'are the raw material of poetry; to display; their knowledge.

I pulp, and consequently of. a large IN'Z IAl T.RIV, R 30TFrZr .,
risen,, of the' paper used in the Florida ?
Yellow Jack Preventative East Coast
jilting trade. According to estimatesen Homes

out by the forestry department at Guard against Yellow Jack by keepingthe > ? ; 1w TITUSVILLE
flhiugton, there is only six ;years' system thoroughly clean and free ? ,.

Iply of coniferous I woods in sight if from germ breeding matter. CascareCandy ,,, $ Indian Hi vex*..
We have lands for 'Fruit ,
Cathartic will cleanse the Growing
present.rate of consumption is kept system Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
Dealers in wood pulp are !somewhat and kill all contagious disease germs. Winter and Summer Homes: Climate the healthiest In the United States.Apply Fla.- "f

tical regarding this statement al- to ,* l

ugh they admit the increasing soar- DO YOU WANT SOMETHING 'i// '. ARTHUR T, FEASTERMANAGER.. ,*
of this : There' 'JAS. E. INGRAHAM *
r spruce in country. are Land Commissioner .
asands thousands of ,, of (/
upon acres
ached spruce forest la Canada how-' / qP u ,All-Tlie Year a
ir, and the Canadian lumbermen are .,AUGrTJSTINE s
templating with no small degree of An abstract showing perfect title will I FLA.

rest the prospects of a faminee be furnished to each purchaser of any .. ..
spruce '
of the following lands in Brevard county: Only a few minuteswalk
United BtateLthough Right front on the north side of Main from Railway sta. '
r essential to the manuf or street Tltusvllle, Riparian rights extend [ HANIER & LANE MUSIC COMPANY lions,and Steamboat land-
r and to trade spruce trees are of to the channel and the City Wharf ,' r 'Inge.

r rl isingly small 'value as they; stand extends along the lot on the south side (Successors to FRETER & BRADLEY ,,. 1v On a the banks of tk.* i,

I the forest A writer in The Paper There is a large warehouse on the lot at r CO.) ,;,.,,,..,, ,far-fumed. Indian River., ,
t Ul says that .there are between 400 the bulkhead of the City Wharf which III
600 spruce trees on an acre of goes with the property and 1,000 feet of Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise

, fond, snob as various' parts of New rentable property along the city landing.

II I gland" would be worth between $5 Price 2000.of property... including warehouse, CHANCE OF A LU'E-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We HOTEL, ALGONQUIN Q QM. r,

1 $13 per acre. Taking 400 trees to purchased In January 'Jast the 'immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet ,

I I acre as a basis of calculation it Ic Four and a half acres of land In the music and musical Instruments of The A; B. Campbell Co. We are closing. out W., :BATMAN, Proprietor, #I r
wn that they would be worth only 3 southeast quarter,, of southeast quarter the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full ?
8 cents each.' It is hard to realize of section 20, township 21, south range line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsburr; Pianos $T. A AUGUSTINE, FLA. Xr,

[ If cheaply' nature ,, does its work inpwlng 85 east at Mime station,. on the J., T.* & ask We for have themConov.r the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to '20O more than we } New rurnltur and Fixture ,througnoaf.: lye

i forest trees. Along the upper K. W. R'y four miles north of) Titus- ,style K.> waI..1............. ,......'IIO! r" ', Electric ball In every room. renting &h. ells
iI ii itets of the Penobsoot) river the lum- vllle. ,This is In the western part of the ..,. x..b......'...........j........,. 8 Rafae/Aror.atpleAmaha, ....,............:....".......,......2no Slave! Mrkt and 1'1.... Overlooking the B.y.
I H ........ .. Wli
man about 9.00 feet Turnbull .hammock and has been all J eb .. .... 1/110
1,000 Malcolm
pays per i Love wal..... ....... with line ocean view., All whit
i 'e Nt wit l ............... .. nn.i4libH I balp. lUt w
cleared ready to be set to trees. 800 .b.............. .
.. .
for the to out 12 trees .orange Inw.'f f3.00
I mpage right u Mb..n... .................. MIA 1 .b..... 4 par day and upward .IIJl8Glai weekly rat .
the average in the forest to make Price '260. H to. K,wal..u....,. ton KlnpbU7!" style fl eb......n.u..nn... ......... 111II il'JII Sampla room. '
... ............... ?
1,000 feet McCammouetylerewal. ; too .0 a A.b......,,, ........... .
: or a trifle over 80 cegltsThe 11oo ,
; : .......... ........ /aoi)( KIt..Orand e v4 .
...... .......
.. ...
we. cutting and hauling of these 'The southeast quarter of the northwest H .. T,wal.,........ ........, 775 SNyveawt ,..b.. n .....,...,4..,,,2IJo. r a
H f.eb,..;,., ........... SIlO ,. uu.n
nobsoot of section 18 township 21, ? ? wal._...... .. .. }
spruce trees) will average quarter Haines Bros., II, .!.............,........, ano 710 .
Nthy& 8vane eb.......... .
,. .. ..
.. "
south 35 east 40 One-half 1:11I:
> 40 ; acres. .. .... ...
m to DO cents eaoh.-New York range I..b. ..
met. of this is excellent hammock land, and .. 8l mMl..1.'''!'"' ......, 1751UO Jae.II.a&ar.Morrie. .b......."..,....................,... ten Ito Travelers Hotel .
the other half Is 'tauck land. It to situated .
Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and ,
A Wotnma *n th. *_ within three-quarters of a mile of put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory lad
& Bar Harbor man Is building a high MimI station and four miles north of funded. We furnish .tool, scarf, Instruction book and delivered.f. o.momey b. Jackson re- Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla.
Titnsvllle desirable property. vllle cub ,
Avery ; or Installment. 'Sheet music at half price. Write ',; ,
wd fence at one side of Mrs. Oscar Road through the property to the us This hotel Is now under new and been '
passes MANUCR: sit LANE: MUSIC COMPANY, management, bu thoroughly', renovates! o
In that 'Tillage. Now does
station. Price $200. 24 East Boy Street Jacksonville J'la. throughout. t' (
retaliate with a higher one "
take occasion to make'things disreeable Bus meets all,Trains, and.Electric: Cars pass ''door, ,Bath rooms and all..,.
for the invader in other such OX TUB ST. LCCIK BITER. Conveniences.on every. floor,, t

7** Not a bit of it. She suggests that Lot 4, section 82, township 37, south This The Swannanoa .... jV nted..: ,OPEN ALL THE YEAH;. .
77 '
range east, containing acres. e. .AgentsFOR "
wan on the other side slmstrnotura.
pat up'use a tract has a quarter of a mile front on the Rates:-American Plan.,. $3 to $3.60; European. ,ROe to $1. Special by the 'weeBVx
that she her
so can St. Lode River and lies a few hundred ABBEVILLE, N. C. I f
4 for a pen intimate' that the GOt feet west of where the Florida East JUVENILE HOLIDAYAND ,Mrs FJNLEY.ProprletreesThe ? I .

> 10 feet high matched board fence Coast R',. crosses the river. It has a THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, .
""going up will be a fine place for nice front and Is excellent pineapple there Is no better conducted hotel la
u posten and then meekly; remarks, land. Price $35 per acre. We will not Asheville. The popularity of The Swan ''O
a the meantime if yon see a forlorn cut this lot.Apply nanoa Is due to Its unique location,* itshomslike Standard SubscriptionBy : Hotel Placid =t

ion sitting on top of a hideous ten or write to the atmosphere the excellence of DOOE.E:: : fl8 ,
>t board fence gating up on to Mlart Its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices. 'JACas0NYILLZ; e'
street ROBBINS Se GRAHAM CO., $2.60 per day. Liberal weekly rates. the W. B. Conkey Company the .
remember it is
no escaped
i tlo, Tltnsvllle Fla. largest publishers and manufacturers of the center of the city on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west 1<4 w,
only a woman whose charming R. R. RAWLP, books la the United 8Utes.i, ,Finest line one block from Bay. Everything: entirely news; Elegantly furnished tbroqhouL.'oI

"r of green lawns, elegant carriages Central, on street car line. 'Prop. of new holiday and pther. subscription Superior Cuisine and Service. BUM meets all.;'trains. Term $::1.60 per day sorts,
wtifully dressed ladle. and God's books on the market Also agents want upwards.. ,....Special rates by the week., X.'L.' WARD, .Proprietor. Ii'
b air has been shut out and abe is River Route. ASBBYILU:' :, N., C. ed for "The Sliver the latest and .

King. on the fence to see them go Suwanee best text-book on aldeiIu question by ,-:-. : '-
II-Bar Harbor the great sliver leader. Exclusive ten'
,- Adiertise in and, HOUSE.
ritory. Largest Commissions. Price.r STANTON .,
They ...... UIre wa..a. GEORGIA. SOUTHERN A FLORIDA below' competition. ,
R'Y.To' all Points North nd 'Writ at once for circulars and special ,
Cab for
driven ia London this seeon an Northwest, Via Subscribe *** terms, It.aUnll1'oar' choice of territory
what "upset" abomt the prevalence O.' J. JONES, Pt' prl.tor.
Uw all pervading bicycle. One Falatka, TIfton, Macon and AtJ Dia. W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, '- ,

t week ng in a their lady; and best her garments' husband; when were Low rate 'to Low all Rates Summer to Nasbvllla Resorts,;now exceptionally THE DAILY DAYTOMIAM 341, 313, :345 34T. 349,Slil Dearborn St., Rites... $3.00 per dart 'Speelil' ,ferns"t to.FuBJU "

on sale at following rate.: CHICAGO. "
7 were overtaken by a shower"of Of Daytona, Fla. "

They; hailed several paadnf ...-' From Ten day Palatka Ihnlt$14 Tuesday; Jacksonville and Thursday$12.80 r The only :Daily Paper between have 1 4 (|. ,;, ,
who shook their heads and refuse. St. Augustine ,and Key West. -W Just received another sup ,,
answer their Twenty day limit every day: ply of very'' floe grades of tobacco seed, '
nunmoas In the most, Daily despatches. Two Minutes l't
Palatka $18.25; Jacksonville $17.60. news! which will be given sway to any person Walk from. Centra
stingmaaneyimaglnablw,A*las ,The largest !beak circulation to who will it the .
Day- plant on East Coast- Callor Depot, ",'
may i
who was without an umbrella' October 31st every day r l
... tons and is read la every town between send stamped-addresssd' envelop for
"" clothed. In a.Paris "creation." be- ralatk $26.25 Roots" ; Jacksonville Historical, $34.00ThisScenJa 8t Augustine and Key West, on'the some to the ADVOCAT office. OHATTANOPOA', TENN., "
y teufaJ, and her Inwband ill de The East Coast.AdvsrtUlng.. '

r frotned" wn**: a i-Irt' ton.wheel.. Sleeping Battlefields ear Route.reservations Full Information naps, .., rates SobserlptlonfO..PPUC.UO. \\ AMTED-VA1TBIUL' tax OB. Iflafimlybo) { +w .Pl.wnt <'0. ; I.ltt, ("; '\
thenfadtopsk .IIJI. yor can be obtained by writing or eaillag .. I"ODe 8,, V V women to travel for! bUlloga bM0L '
.. iff will drive -- ... motIK Mfbltohed boosltt. Florid. Salary. Fort DOOM and fnrnUblago nw j \ J :':'t<.
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HUSH Ksadrbcsth
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14 ifotdrems' AddresetheDAiromtut ing io the $ts L ... ,a
a..Jil bo" 04 P. A,. stale Bsfe actk gagUX* JgaiJtosslssJ I : ". 17L1ARe( .1$'" f.
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I P S Banyan tive member of the Gilbert*' Bar Yacht GRAHAM E'X'-r: _..._
t Club and takes great interest in that organization. ROBBINS (Successor' to Duren" &,!'ea ter.)
The next regular club meet- .
," It.B. Stewart, ot Brantley, ha; a large. Ing will be held on November 1st, whena .. GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES
T 'j pecan tree In bearing; race will be one of the features, ...Lt'a'vPyorlel.: Florida,'u

I' R. C. Creech transacted business. In Chas' A. Merritt, representing the Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tinware
Eau Oallle on Monday last. Tlme -UnleD and Citizen, ,In collecting WILt PRACTICE IN STATE AND Your; patronage
(I.,Bale is quite 111' Dr. Chambers was material for the souvenir number of that TIr tlSVIx..LE. ., ., SoQcitcd
called to see him on Tuesday. paper,' visited the plantations along UNITED STATES. COURTS' FLORIDA

31 A fe"day. clear weather would be appreciated Eden ridge last Tuesday. Part'of the r- -5 5 .

i "t Palmetto Store There is by a full our attendance bean grower now. at our way behind be which was obliged he was to driving walk, a,*became the horse so ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished E. L. :se4C": %' &:, ::E3 O.
: entangled In the weeds and, brushwoodof .
w' j '.., public died school out In, the the whooping settlement.Rev. cough. havIng -i the -''count,. road" that, he pitched- for Lands jn Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay Garden. Seed, Fertilizers. uiu. ito'a Fancy Groceries
Mr. Merritt from the and refused '
1t r.9DTON.Prop.NabAtlantloBlood, Tresoa. preached In the'Banyan to do, further service.wagon Not only Counties.. And Food Product of all kinds.' Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Melli 11 I
., DAYTONA, FLORIDA. sohpol house on last Sunday, to quite a the tax payers, but the horse are "kick- ewe Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exeluere i 4 *'
: large and appreciative audience. ers" in this eeotlon. Mr. Merritt can the above line of good. We Invite,your correspondence and solicit l '

\ 1\ DRUGS Medicines Chemicals Messrs. John and Geo''Carson, of Atlantic testify to this fact. have ,large List 'V e truly E. L. BRADY 4; BRO.., Titusville Tu..FT"?;
came over to church 'on Sunday; D .Warren C. Sweden, of New York, "

'flM Toilet Soap, Brushes, Comb, also John Wynn and Henry' Casper; of ha been a guest for over a month of the of' Lands. owned by.
Tropic. AI Fresco. ,He contemplates settling at '
'li Eta,Perfumery and Fancy Toilet some and'clients. X! XN'&u..a--'A: OE.:..
: Mesas; Mack and >Arch Simmons are place between North Eden and ourselves '
;;,, Article ,In Great ;Variety. now. keeping bachelor' hall In J. 'Sewall. Point, but say "where there are hroeot Your Trope
Snail's house at will \T. 80 many beautiful' select Price for unimproved (Hartford "
Tropic. They Hd
.' BY INSURING IN The ( Fireman's Fund Provident
I Y} lk,lIoIaa" PresoriptlonsAccurately' It I hard decide." all ,
from to Like
their 'hand at vegetable growing this. W
Sun Mutual Insurance All well
Ington, or Company. known
$100 as the
{ I winter. visitors, he I I. fascinated with this section lands $3 to BtJOlliet''
Compounded. bat deplores the fact that the "al safest companies In America. GEO. B. RUMPH' JB., ,
;; leged" eoynty, road afford such 'Agent for East Oast
r i ter k \ pool per acre.
Courtenay. mean of Intercourse between the settlements TltulVlI JIorW
-, and plantation It; Is this unfortunate -r---
.,I'. Mr*. Tho. Daffern lion the sick''list., fact that lead.prospective set. W*: have a few Residence, Orange

',f'', ,' tier of affair to hesitate about locating, G. ii1tY ELWES
Thos. Daffern has planted ODe barrel Grove and Pineapple, Properties la de- ,
:, ::.',",. Insh potatoes where otherwise there are all the advantages -

: :,;"/;, M. S. Sam spent a couple of' day In desired.I ''., Irabte locations.,-Price Reasonable. FIRE & :LIFE INSURANCE

\ Tltuivllla last.week. Died. of Heart Disease.J. .

B.'J. and 'E. W. 'LaKoche paid .the OFFICES ;' TITUSVILLE.WEST PALM BEACH,. Representing, the 'Liverpool &A'London & Globe Insurance Company, wdtt

: county seat a visit on': Monday. [ J. Peacock; young'man of about I and MIAMI 4 5 Mutual Life Insnmmce Company, of New York.Your"10udne.i .

T. H. Sander*, of Indlanola, was Interviewing 29/ year of age who ha been engaged In $
''''I our merchant last Saturday. the fishing business ,at' this place for \ JOf Solicited.,[ j *
-, ,$" : some month died of heart disease
A. J. Whltlock Is'holding down the last Saturday night, and was Interred in Titusville JBarbeiv 'ShopCall TITUSyiLLE, FLORIDA'
postotBoe during the absence of Miss S. the Tltusvllle cemetery the following -
J. Foroher.J dar, :Rev. A. D.'Penney officiating at the

': D. Sam sailed down to 'Lotus last graveside. Deceased was taken sick in at the above place and get your i Lesley & Motlow (
Saturday the Water''' Lily, returning town early In the evening, and was car- ,/.
y. : ried to his home''In of the ,
one Flagler
home Sunday.D.
:: PINEAPPLE cottage on Main Street; where he .suc- Hair Got Shave ,Shampoo; '
PLANTS.. ,, Successors
:, St. Clair Nlsbet'. cage will soon be cumbed shortly afterwards.'He came ( RENAKER,A CO.)

completed; the next;''! .thing I* a sweet here about a year ago front Palatka, and ,Tonsorial work of all kind done by Rams
Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Gins
bird to put In it.Chas. ., 'was unmarried, but has a, brother who 'Prop. Brandies and

Fancy; Pineapple!,' Slips'& Sucker T. Harper killed two (wildcats ; ha been In,Tltusvllle for some years.All H. s"iHBADOR". Fla., T- Bottled'Beers,, ,lies and Stoat., -
for,Sale. last Tuesday: and he say It: wasnot avery Washington, ave. TltuTllle, ,
: good day for,cats any way.. -, communications for, this paper A First-class Line .Cigars..; ... Billiard and Pool Tabl!

} s4 Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Oolden B. B. and &'"J. LaRoohe 'and' families should be addressed "THX DVOCATS, Family an4 hotel trade I II solicited. Ptotnpt. and careful attention given to u
I ; h <;' queen Porto Kloo., Smooth Cayenne and wkilleave in a few day for Stone, S. C., Tltusvllle, Fla. This will Insure immediate East Coast Meat Market orders. Cash must accompany your ordeK., ,LOSLEY MOTLOW, Tituavllle,!
1, ; Ked Spanish...Apply to where they will reside for the future. attention. "
"Palm Beaob J; T. HIKTON, Manager.Titusville ,

r I ',, 4 West Palm Beaohf, Fla.. Malabar. JACKSONVILLE! DIRECTORY. _-1' C::!>:! L R.; 'DECHER.:) .

I lAI a'', 4t ,, Fancy. 'Pineapple, Plants. Albert Carroll hot-two fine wild turkeys .- ,WHOLESALE PROVISIONS.The 1 C5 '-=a,..' -]::: Will, 'keep'oonstantty, on' hand a Ful1..'Sopply of :::[_. .

last week.; ..... '
.', '',,1Uardy'ygOrou-'D' ; "without shel- G* D.-Bammond Co., 234 W. Bay. .
+,, tel smooth-leaved Plenty: of ripe ,'guavas bere'yet... 'also b '
'I ; Cayenne, Abbaka and bananas' 't CYPRESS ANn GEORGIA PINE LUMBER:
"*' ,And Jamaica Btpley plant for sale.; pineapples \, V MUSIC HOUSE. = -= .
?('i'i.', ', '' > "K.,: C.,B. TVNDAI.I., C. W. Bolton and T. M. Forest were In Manler A Lane Music Co., 24 E. Bay. aa
v, t \?" '' Wavcland I' Fla.. Melbourne,. last week"on business. :=- 'areleisted: :aXII.d.. ;D.c; : 'Uah.. 4

(', ,;!' \ 1ir Porto-Rico-----.Slips. from week.,Joe the Schwab Eut, aide Joe Chase' were andC,In towq Worm this ) 'FURNITURE.CbadwlckSwaln Furniture.Co.- ,,\119 Main ,=- 'CDpa =='; Also 'Mouldings and' Turned Work; Brick, Lime,' Cern!

N Grown under Apply for and AI Descriptions.
cover. price Crates of
;4 ,. .. to! the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple Mr. Farley, of Connecticut, will arrive ,DRUGS. _I \Florlda. ,
t .Plantation, Mlcco, Fla.I' \ 16th.this week, ; lie sailed,' from New, York:" A.P., Fries A; Co., .120 E Bay \ 'Z'itvii: : :>ler v ".. '. 3 T.orlcPBITOHABD ;

1 S Herbert'Conkllng, of the New. force H'DWARE, BUILDERS' "MATERIAL. Call at.YOUNGS'... '
.amoothlCayenne; PineappleSuekers'for down from Cocoa antispent ,JAMSs President; VT. :M. BKOWS, Vlce-Presldent- :,,
came Saturday
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Claude Bridge* Bhy.;
L'Engle, .
C S. Schuyleiv Cashier.
Sunday ,
\ ) parent 01 ; '
u ,,,"!)lJ-l > Shave 35,000 to 06 ,000 Smooth 'Cay- Miss of D.Malabar Marie school Hauler to wishes meet'the'at patrons the '' For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT" 'or NEAT'INDIAN RIYER :STATE BAN!
".p.r r itane home pineapple'.uckera grow,, and strictly for, first. sale class; all; schoolhouse to-day (Friday) at 7 p. m. Denis ,Shea. SHAVE.' a Ladle Specialty.Hair Dressing

"*' ':$loo per 1000-cheaper than'any other Malabar literary and debating society ''
Titusvillo'Fla. '
"i i Hutchinson Ave. '
(Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
,' reliable firm will sell will bold Its first meeting for the winter ...
G V, \ n; OBO. II. WEIGHT, season at the schoolhouse, Oct. 80th at Authorized capital, $100

'''0)1\) It- Orlando, Fla.: 7 all p.the m old Let member everyone present Attend and; we as many want Hen's Clothing g, from Globe Gas Eug gil!>;esYStationary -'-+S i Paid \up capital, $26,

; \ visitors a* care to come, so that we can I" 1 Average deposits, $160
," Take Note of This, enroll them as members Every memberIs '
f'i ,' requested to contribute something towards -; Merchant Tailors. ; Transacts a General Banliil
U 1,' S For tale a comfortable home, situated the programme,the first night. and Marine, ,
i. 'f '.n the Halifax River, at, Port, Orange; Business
n large and nicely laid out grounds; five ,

j 4 'nlles south of Is large Eden. No. 429 Broorae St., The Safe Reliable and Econ- 1
,k.t and completely .furnished, with three ( : :.. Largest and Oldest Bank on OilExchange m

f!?; II ere* of land surrounding, planted In Harrv'W.'RIchard Is building) .li'j i substantial 'NEW'YORKporner '; :, omlcal!. Power' for, Business' and L :. sold on all Foreign Countnaniancroae J
; a variety of fruit tree*-orange, grape, Crosby St. .
cover or shedding several -
over _
$1/,1'A)' *>to. Fine locality for fishing and hunting Pleasure Boats, '
acres of his choicest pineapple' plant
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_ y For further particular address
j" ,MK8.,, VUILIAUMK Capt. John Miller ha a "terrapin ,JOSEPH ZAPF....;.. : Anxilliary-Power and of.J..J.ancIUBD.WBBA.J&1IITT\(\sel') I
,.:}td J Daytona,'Fla. pound" on hi This enable DUKUB (Vioe-President National Bull
I a him and his neighbors to Indulge In luscious WHOLESALE! DEALER Jacksonville, : ) and W. H. BBOV '
c' "terrapin stew" at their pleasure. Stationary Use; d0BBESPONDENTa.Beakoard .
i For Sale.Tllghty
Anhenser-Busch Ass'nFamoul
Brewing g National Bank: of New TortTTMVmil
Daily shipment of a'' limited numberof For Catalogues and price, Bank of Ja.kODvllle.:
t : acre of good land, located about crate of pineapple continue from Louie '
St. Lager Beer. ''
','1:1: four miles east of Tltusvllle, on the east various plantation In this section, and AddkessBENJ.. :I.'I'.rnSVIL T ,: ,., 'FL4.
I\\, ahore of Indlan'Rlver, comprising ten will be likely to, until the regular crop Sold by Losley'fc; Renaker, Tltusvllle. 'W. JEROME Fla., : \
,1 soma of fine hammock, suitable for again come on. Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral _Bockledge '

,1 range and vegetable growing, and'fifty G. E. Coon the 'merchant at'Jensen Water Wholesale Liquor Dealer. FAST Sale.
W acre. of rich muok land, adapted to thee his IT IS A'LL'' OVEROar '- -,
p has removed large stock of goods Intoa SANFORD -' FLORIDA : :
,cultivation' of Power
'" sugar cane or vegetable. Buckeye 65-ftlong. '
hundred budded more commodious building oppositethe found and Inventory Sale I Is closed and moat of old stock i We art i
;#lfi: There are one orange old stand. Alfred Cleveland, of 22-ft beam;two decks; well our & gone.
y tree on the place and three or four hundred Titusville, Is one of his able assistant In,A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered. before you with a New Firm and aNew Stock of Goods.
banana plant: also small dwelling Foe price, address, And a largely Increased stock of. .
w.I ,.house. For sale at tae low figure of 000. About one-eighth of an acre of asparagus BOOKKEEPING BXHJ. W. JiBoxK

'' ,This offer Is only good for W) days. Address Is being successfully cultivated on ;.irhfo7S4syAtrakMSS Rockledge, Big. Hardware Tinware Graniteware Oil and 'Ii'
KLONDIKE, the Linwood plan tatlonj owned by Col. Ii ,
care ADVOCATE, W. O. Winan ture of this desirable ** FAITHFUL'MEN OR ,. ,

', Tltusvllle. ..- FI.... vegetable promise \to be" very i Bookkeeping Chart \XrANTED VV. women to travel for responsible STOVES PAINTS OILS Etc.
::'\ profitable. :No tMcher nqolred. established house in Florida. Salary -i"-i ,' .1

i ), You first class shoemaking'and repairingcall Henry Whlpple I Is managing the Eden putienlamfrec.tialis A4 nea,Booklet '780 and expense Position' perman- jar'Our business Is Lumber and Hardware' and we have everything dD '
\\t on J. AV'Daughter?, Washington tore for A. N. Mather, of Cocoa.. He N. J. Principal_Foondrr Abn ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed lines'S" at lowest spot cash flares. 'G. 'F. PADDISON hopes to be appointed after hamna BmlneM College. Eitabllshed rasa stamped envelope- The National, Star S ? Eau
\\It. avenue, Tltusvllle( ,'>'FI*.,. Shoe madeto postmaster '
\ \ the of the of theprevent Insurance Bldg., Chicago'
'i; : order in fine style. ,egrinounoement.. acceptance resignation .
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Incumbent, Mr. Waters, who
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., '1 I"" tendered It some time &//fo., SALE....

: .' Mine Host Jensen, 'of the Al Fresco Beans Peas Potatoes Etc. _
1"r'l ,--, hotel, Is preparing hi*house and ground ,, *PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND) 'SUCKERS
,, [t!" ;/i.'By: special arrangement made with the for the reception of winter guests. For .
t Outdoor' Publishing Company, of New beautiful 'location, excellent fishing, Of the
following Varieties
i York*the proprietor of the ADVOCATE, boating and sailing, this 1 II one of the BEANS OBBKN POD: lest Valentine, Early M hawk, Imp;Refugee;Refugee :
I{ "..11I. far the low price of t&OO: send the ideal resorts/of, the Indian River. '1000 to 1; Best'of bushel, $3.60.- e \\ .Wardwei's'Kidney'Wax' ANttka, Porto 1 Rico, Egyptian Queen 'Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Z
t, (ADVOCATE) and the monthly illustrated' BEANS-WAX. POD: Imp. Golden Wax Black Wax '
F'">\\r nagastne ''Outdoors.' for one :year. Col. Wln'an expects to bade{ 14m'lone- Detroit Wax,''Rust-proof Golden Wax, per bushel $3.00. Cayenne, :Pernambnco and Red Spanish.Apply .
t..'j '1 This I I. an exoeptlonal opportunity and some lot relieved Ihortl/ by the adventof These are specially low prices Intended to Introduce my business. on the East '
,\ should taken adrantage'of without his ,wife and rom them the north Coast, and are only good when order I t. accompanied by this advertisement. Write J'to G. ,C. MATTHAMS.'FloriddaePlneapPh::
he hereIn
4' t i delay, a* this special offer will hold good country the having of'preceded his beautiful home for Market Gardeners' Wholesale Prices or-use Henderson's, ,Thorbnm's ,Bulst, '" '
\\1\11\ for a short time only. To those who already overlooking occupancy the grand and "only" In-, Landreth's, Blltpee'.,'JobnlOn & Stokes' Gregory', Livingston'" or Ferry's.
I," receive the ADVOCATE the maga- aAl1 seeds tested before 1 send them out
dian Blver. arc thoroughly
;? .alne, "Outdoors," will be sent for 75 my till C
cents Make all remittance to Chas .As a specimen of the success of the *. ,BURTON, K. ,EtARRS,'' Seedsman, United States Twine & Net
II. Walton, Tltusvllle. ,.Florida. propagation of pineapple) plants, when Jacksonville, Fla.HardwarefTinwareJGl .
practiced by'an 'expert horticulturist, *" "
C. O. Jannocb,'of the Linwood plantation -
'? Democratic Executive Com- raised'forty"' healthy plant. from 23 Fulton St..,New York,,ft Y.
; nlttee.. the crown of one pineapple, insideof "
three months.H. : Headquarters :for All Kinds of

r There wIlL be a meeting of the Demo J. Brown formerly of TitnaviUq'I swareJ
+ s ratlo Executive Committee at the courthouse serving fresh meat to the resident between FISH
: r Tltusvllle, on the fourth Tuesday Waveland and Anton He doe NETS and all.

d In November (Nov. 23)), at S p. m., to so by wagon, a* far a* he can, through Stoies and Novelties .
consider the new primary law and any the rank: weed, overgrowing the "coun t I Wbodeniare,, Knives! ,
other business that may come before the ty road," but part of said "road" he
Board. A full Board I I. requested and a mutt traverse on horse-baok, a* It I* Impassable Forks SpooHS Etc FIXING
.pleasant time expected for a wagon.E. I I. .... I .. NET
order of I ,.
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'Av Ireland, of the "Bennlta
Z TOM JOHNSOIC, cli'rm'n. When la Jacksonvllls do not fall to' call of the "
will have fine of give us a as we.keep one biggest JJRA01'fiaeL
S LaGrange, Fla., Oct. 18, '97. !plantation apple this. coming season.a crop He baa pine.Increased lines,of the above goods I In the city.,, .::'. "i AH?. our SR.Cotton S *pJ. Cotton GUI Net.Twine are mad.-our of own the brand Celebrated, not sold"KAOLE elsewhere.UNUT .

1 .5 I his acreage, and his plant are F. A. EN KE. (SIlC*..o to J. L Pltass) : GILL NETS of the best thread obtainable. bed i
rr Heading notice ads on this pag.acre ,all vigorous and in promising condition.Mr. I Extra quality. steam tarred Cotton Ranging Lines. 'Fttarred set streG
Oft cents per Una per week. Ireland.has recently become an ac 835 Everett Block, .,, :;: ,JACKSONVILLE, ]JLA. Mundt!Rope. Oiled Clothing ..... eta;etc. Writs for price:

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