Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00018
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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es.l LOCAL NEWS :3r "BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment F. W. BEERS, OF :ST. AUGUSTINE, Messis. Jno. II. Same, R. N. Andrew 'I THE INDIAN AND HIS PONY manager of Hotel San Juan, Orlando, In-

nail at :Screven's Drug :store Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles and S. F. Gibbs were in town this week, flll'l11lthe ADVOCATE t that he has leased

Fla of General Interest. Titusviile. and Sundries In the State. Write him attending the School Board fncctlng.. Hotel Coquina, Onnond Bench, for the
tad Topics for prices on new '1)9) models. The case of Tom Tiger, thc Seminole summer month, and will\ open It on the
-Mr. James Harper left here, today, Indian, against! Harmon Hull, of Orange/ l.Mh: of July for tho summer season.
General Gossip In connectionwith -Archdeacon B. F. left here, yester- \ for :South Jacksonville\ whore ho was county, for obtaining hula pony underfalse
!lCle/1and Bay. Lake Worth, Indian, day, for Jupiter. Those who fall to attend McFar ordered for a short time by,the F. E. C. l'rtlle1'l'Icallie up for tilal before Mr. H. E. Smith tho Into manager of the
and Halifax: Rivers, Key West land's entertainment this evening, will Railway authorities Judge M.I S. lonon, at Circuit Court, in Seaside. Inn, Seabreeze, has leased! the
JaII"na -The Titusviile Gun Club had a shooting Colonnade Beautiful for tho
Point along theMt miss a great deal of amusement Tltusvillo, last Kiiday. Tho case WAil at City
.ad all other Important match with live birds, yesterday.Take '-County Commissioner John Houston summer Mr. J. P. Vlning going north to
rather several wltncne ,
of a lengthy one All
Florida. Brief mention Mis Bertha Barrelle sister of Mrs. ,
Const of John y. Waller and W. II. Sharpe
\ take charge of his hotel the
note of the ad. of Chas.A. for and against wore on tho stand. ,
Events from Various Part new Chas. K. Keujon (deceased) of Sunbeam -
oMrMtln were in attendance at the usual! monthly -
Wllllarntown\ Iallll.Ir .
Gardner 8th His The defemlent Hull wa arrested about ,
.llhe( World! About People You Know page premiumsale returned to DeLand yesterday meeting of Brevnrd County Commissioners ,
rdrs ud People Yon Don't Know Picked is still on. Miss Barrelle came here just before the at Titusville this we>k. two month or NO ago and lodged In Brov.ird Loon H, Cllloy will\ again:( be In i

Our Society Editor and a large staff -Do not fail to attend McFarland's illness of her sister, and stayed with her county jail at Tltusvillo, It being charge of the Maplewood Cottage atMaplowood
'fy ip by pondent scattered along the grand show at the house to day and night until her sad demise -We call tho attention of our renders supposed that tho alleged wrong occur. N. H., this summer During -
,f Corre Opera ,
Florida. to the new ad of John R. Walker, of ed In thl county. the past winter Mr. Cllley ha con-
!tote But Count night. -Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brannlng, thin place, who In dealing in all kind of After heating all the witnesses, and ducted tho Hotel Hlbicu, at Palm
tefa -Mr. L. II. Church, of Orlando, was who have been down at Miami for some fruits and non-Intoxicating drinks, millinery arguments from State Attorney J. 1) Beach with great access

THE ADVOCATE, in town yesterday. He left the same months past, returned to town yester etc. See page 4. Do not fall to Iltgg and Attorney R. II. Seymour for s s
srs annum, in advance. day for points down the river as far as day. Mr. Brannlng went to Miami to give him a call.FUNERAL the prosecution, and Wm. II. Jewell for The Homestead, Hot :Sl'rlnltlVa.., under
1.50 per" months h Miami. assist in the Bank of Bay Biscayne l during the defense, Judgn Jones decided there tho able manager of Hotel Royal
M.OO six countries. I the busy season. wa no case against Hull, Instructed Poinciana and the Inn-Mr.1 Fred Sterry dl
$2.00 per an. to foreign -Another pleasant dance was given OF MRS. KENYON the jury to bring In a verdict of acquittal. -which III I now ono of tho largest: resortliotcls 3
Mr. W. R. Knox and force of !
by the Titusviile Social Club, at the a Tom Tiger and his Indian friend In tho United States, I III said to be

-If you want good results, you will Opera house, WedneRday"- night, tlw at- painters have commenced painting and Mr. Itllly Ham wero much disappointed over crowded, full of guest at tho present
L. A. house this week they
Brady's E
find the ADVOCATE an excellent adverting tendance being quite large. expect to finish It very soon. Mr. The funeral of Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon, the verdict of the jury, anti on Saturdayleft time.

medium. -Mr. Rupert Paxton, who has been and Mrs. Brady hope to move in the of :Sunbeam, whose death was reported for their homo In the Everglades, to Mr. John Anderson, accompanied by

Reading notice ads. are ten cents attending the military school at Bartow, first of next week In last week's' ADVOCATE:, took place on follow their vocation of hunting the alli- his father, General Anderson, pasod

W this arrived hero, Monday last, en route to Saturday: morning last about 10 o'clock gator, deer and wild animal. Before through Tltusvlllo, Monday, on their '
per line on page. his home at Rockledge. -Dr. and Mrs. Charles 11111 and Miss when deceased's remains were Interred leaving Tom Tiger said : "White man way to Ormond, after. pleasant vllt of ,

-Judge D. L. Gaulden paid Orlando Alice Sanders have returned tolndinnola In a grave within a short distance of Mr. tell heap lies, mind lawyer talkee, talkee several day nlth their friend, Mr. N.
visit this week. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlin, of Ju- From a launch trip down the East Coast Kenvon's residence. Only the Immediate to much-all time. W. Pitt, of Pitt Island, Lake. Worth. $ '

a iter, were passengers' Wednesday'snorthbound They even went as far as the Seminole members of the family and a few Referring to Tom TI er'llaw milt, tho Mr. Anderson say that great: many
-Judge Minor S. Jones is at Juno, train, en route to New Smyrna Indian camps in the Everglades i ; and Friends of the deceased lady wero pre KIsMmmee correspondent of the Tlmes-, I Improvement will bo made to Hotel

; holding court. and Crescent City. now it is said that Mrs. Hill can talk the sent.The Union and Citizen says: "Major Poa- : Ormond the coming summer. i

-Mr. R. E. Mime, jr., of this place,. -Mr. :Archie Barrelle, who arrived Indian language fairly well. funeral service was conducted by body, the hustling representative ofFlorida' '
in Cocoa. here last left Archdeacon B. F. Brpwn, in Mr. Kenyon's great dally, Is hero. lIe reporlsthat Mr. O. Howe, a former manager of
spent part of Sunday ; on Saturday on Tuesday -The Misses Lovey and Della Paine, tho Holly Inn, Daytona, who hall been
and after
reception room' some deal of Interest and
New where he will a great sympathy
For Smyrna spend a the winter at
who have been spending
3. .-ors. E. L. Brady, of this place, few before returning to DeLand. very eulogistic remarks from tho rev. have been aroused on the East Coast conducting) a lunch room In St Angus- i
days Cocoa
their tine residence at passed
in Cocoa last week.YcFarland's tho A. I). rims tho past winter, ha gone north.
spent a day or so gentleman:( l'all.hf'u'ers-ltev. In favor of tho Florida Seminole by the
-Traffic J. P. Beckwith and through here, Monday, saying that they Mr. Howe I III proprietor of tho HaminoiiaHsot -
Manager: ]Penney, and MUHMIM. Gen. M. Robbing, case of Tom Tiger against tho white man
entertainment tonight In Minneapolis
their homo
grand Auditor W. (I. Chambers, of the F. E. n.! were on their way to Win. M. Brown, Fred S. will be the event of the aeaso 1. where their mother preceded
it'y., were passengers on Wednesday's two linirello (deceased's brothel), and O. S. society Friends of tho Floildiv popular) \ house on tho Connecticut shoreof I'
.a -Miss Kate Pritchard, of this place, southbound train, for Miami and Inter- them a few weeks ago.ladles They and are their Sweetser-slowly wended heir way to Seminoles fool grateful to the citizen of Long Island Sound.:

of :Sunday and Monday in mediate points. very popular young the where Archdeiicoti U. F. assistance rendered dune
spent part friends will gladly welcome them /grave, TltUHvlle for the Owing to the largo business at
id -The work on Mr. F. S. Chaffee's next many winter. Brown finished the but hll ttervloe, and and also for tho donation nr.ulo to Tom Hotel Algonquin, St. Augustine; tho J f

10 Cocoa.Col.I. W. G. Winans paid his pineapple house, in :South Titusville, was startedthe the body was lowered Into Its tenting Tiger on account of tho loan of his homo. past| seiiHon, Manager C. F. Cox line been

[ plantation, at Eden, a visit this first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. -Mr. R. A. Swearlngen: of Fort place. The society will\ make \> 111111'110 hero com polled to make more room, by adding -
about week The coffin was covered with bountiful also to assist Tom In replacing tho homo which
week. Chaffee expect to move into it betweenthe Pierce, who was in town a now office and dining room,
10th and 15th of this month. or so acting as interpreter for tho Seminole wreaths and bunches of hewers |laid ho lost by his dealings with the whltoman. \ will make this hotel more pleasant and

-Mr. F. G Klngman: of Georgiana, Indians, Tom Tiger: who had a case thereon by Intlm.ito friends of deceased, ." conlfortablotluau heretofore. Hotel Algonquin
was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCAAEoffice -Mr. C. P. Eacott, of Miami, passed in court, and Billy Ham, who also accompanied who died at the early age of 2(1( years. -- will bo open all the summer i
on Monday last. through here, Tuesday last, on his way him, left for their respective The late Mrs. Kenyon had a host of .
to Jacksonville, to pay his family visit. homes on :Saturday last-the former forFort Friends) all of whom very much regret. Meeting of Mimniii.On Workmen limo busily' engaged: on the
I Sheriff Jos. P. Brown, left her, on of the department new addition to Hotel Colonnade, Sea
Mr. Eacott has charge tinning Pierce and the two latter tor the the departure' of one of Tltusvllle's very
Monday last, for points .down the liver, in Budge's store, Miami.Mr. bright) and charming ladies to that bourne Tuesday May I 0, tho Grand Chapter A wing I 11\ being added to the t't'brol'7.o.
r returning the next day. Everglades.The from whence no traveler returns. of Royal Arch Mason, of "'ltnldlwill southeast corner of the hotel, where 4:1: '

-Mr. Henry M. Flagler and party Levi Bradbury, a prominentpreserve Rev James Bolton, of Cocoa- The sympathy of our entire community meet In Jacksonville In annual session, more bedioom, a larg'o? cllulng-ronm,

hue returned to New York, after spending manufacturer, of Elmyra, N. nut Grove writing us yesterday, says: Is with tho family In their sad boioave- and continue holding Hussion for two 711x I Ift", a* well nil bath and other ::1
several months the East Coast.Mr. Y., who has been visiting his son at MI- "I enclose bill for subscription due for ment. day. Thero are seventeen subordinate room, are In course of construction by ,1
on ami, stopped off here a day or two this the ADVOCATE, which Is very much en- chapter In the state. TUo Grand Com- the owner, Col. C. 0, Post. 1
J. O. Walton left here Monday week, en route home. lie was the guest joyed from week to week." Mr. Bolton -'--- mandery of Knight Templar will\ also '

list,, for Jacksonville, Savannah, and of Mr. Wm. McFarland while in town.Mrs. was formerly a well-known and popular THE FIRST EXCURSION.The moot there next month, In annual session. It haM been definitely decided to add the
tho Ormond
D. C. lie is home but i There six comiuanderlo In the ilK( room to during
Washington, expected I resident of Indian River now resides are
II. R. Jones, of Hartford, Conn., summer, also to make other Important
have fixed the faro
to-morrow. with which The ruilnJad
who has been staying here some time on Biscayno Bay, sec fist excursion of tho season, over change, such a* enlarging tho ofilro and
-Conductor G. II. Woodall and wife, with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, tion of the .East Coast ho Is much the F. E. C. Ky., took place on Mondaylast for delegate at 1V cent dining hall. It 18 I the Intention to have

of( New Smyrna, will soon leave for Pal- of this place, left, Saturday last, for pleased.Mrs. when sixty-three persons took ad- electric light through all the house for
aka, much to the regret of their many Merritt, where she will stay at the Sanitarium Thomas Barbour and her friend, vantage of a trip to Daytona and Its fine Clmrcli I-- Not Ice. the coming m-ason. Mr. H. M. Flagler;

friends. for a time. Mrs. Friend, of Patterson, N, J., were, beach. Surf-bathing, riding, driving and recently paid a visit to the above East
on Sunday's northboundtrain bicycling was largely indulged In by Archdeacon, B. F. Brown will hold divine Coast hotel.
-Road master E. Ben. Carter of :St. members of the Canal Commit. passengers
those who' visited tho prettiest town on
7th at Wavc-
route to their northern hones. service on Sunday; ,
Augustine in town the first of the down the liver about a Hotel Colonnades Seabreeze is still
was tee who went ,
Mrs. Barbour owns one of the most beau- the East Coast While at City land-JoiiHen at 10'IO:: a. m. ; St. 1'11111'1church
week, the railroad wharf and the Canals, asstated Mr. I lei'her E.: Smith formerly
inspecting on t ,
week to report
airo Col. C. C. Post kindly the use open
were titul homes on Indian Klver-at Eau Gallic I gave Eden: nt 7'M: I p. m. ; Monday
tallr tho Seaside Inn line leased
ad. week's ADVOCATE of
in last where she always spends her winters, of his piano, at the Casino\ to those who evening, 70:'! at Fort Pierce; Thursday, manager ,
train en routeto the month Mr. :Smith
-Mr and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of An- passengers on Sunday's fishing, boating and hunting. We hope felt like "tripping the light fantastic;" llth I Ascension Day, 0:110:: St. GabrleP It for Bunimor
lona Tallahassee, to nuke their report.Mr. Mrs. while Manager and Mr. II. E. Smith: of lea I very popular and those ,
passed through: here, Monday last, to see Mrs Barbour and Friend church, TltuHVllle. coming I
who with him tho summer
on their to Jacksonville where they next winter. the Colonnades, gave all visitors to their find !
way Andrew Losley, brother of Mr. with us again welcome. One will ( everything done to add to theircomfort. f

will spend a week or so. Fred. A. Losley, of this place, left here, -Mr. J. E. Simmons the California took hotel some a glad snap shots with young1 her kodak lady, "'orange I.mnil. Tho room are largo and airy,

-Mr R. R. Ricou and his little son, 'Monday, for Chicago, where he expect house, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Manuel: Mar- which are worth, looking at. and furnished a* well a* any hotel along

who have been on a trip to St. Augustine to reside permanently. Mr. Losley wasa chal, son-in-law of' Joseph Peters (deceased The excursionists wore all pleased Mr. C. '1'. McCarty, of Ankonn, hall the Y.11.t Comet The table III I excellent,
in Titusville from practical watchmaker, and came hCl'eabout and his brother Joseph :S. Mar- and I III worthy of much praise On Saturday
stopped over ), with their trip, and hope to again visit made some ItOlllllalell of orange land of I
Monday( until Tuesday, on their way six months ago from Switzerland. dial, .f the Island of St. George, arrivedin Daytona and City Beautiful ere long. late. Ill* last Halo of fifty aero of land night last quite an enjoyable dance i

home to Eden. Watton of Clifton, was a town yesterday, for the purpose of The ADVOCATE is under obligations wa to a New York gentleman, who will wa given In the Casino, where a, large;

I -Our correspondents are requested -Mr. II.caller at the, AnvocATE office settling the affairs of Joseph Peters, who to Colonel and Mis. ,C. <:. Post, Manager plant It in orange trees number of )Jay to II hlDlI and guests of the 1
pleasant died in the hospital at St. Au hotel wero present to ) the lightfautll.Uc"
recently Herbert E. Smith and others at City "trip
not to be abusive or to personal their Monday last. Mr. Watton brought; --
on Peters was well known on In. until midnight. The Casino
Items. Of late have had to reject number of beans to Tltusvillo, gustine. Beautiful for courtesies extended to Its P'
we large AMONG THE HOTELS. <
a dian River as "Portuguese Joe, who belonging to thl hotel I I. on the ocean I
several items owing to their personal and said that his orange: trees are comIng owned property near Jensen I representative ? beach aud I Is the coolest dancing hallanywhel'o r }
character.Mr returned homo ,
out in fine shape. lie 1
on the East Count,
-Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins and Master WHKKK!: to stop. See list of hotel on
I .
W. \V. Kenyon, of Long Island, on Tuesday.Mr. Rufuh, left here, on Monday last, for Another lift from Mr KUjler. our 7th and 8th pages. Mr. Cha*. A. Merritt, who baa just resigned
V Y., who arrived here Sunday last, on and Mrs. A. It. Thompson and of
Bobbins attended his a* superintendent
where Mr position
Juno U file all
The ADVOCATE now on at
Sunbeam a visit to his son, Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon, family passed through here where, Monday Mr. court. To-day Mr. Robbins will leave for Mr. II, M. Flagler< has shown his ap- : the bent hotel In New York city !: the I'', E. C. Ry. Buffet Department, ...
returned home yesterday, last, on their way,to Georgia, Key West where he will spend a few preciation for the excellent and faithful 'which he conducted with uch noted
after alsoto
a very pleasant stay Thompson goes for his health Mr.and Thompson days. Mrs. Robbins and two children service rendered by Miss Anna Mackay, Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, cloned satisfaction to the traveling public durIng

-Mr W. G. Gilmore, of Jensen, who seek a bUlllnesslocation.the hotel Miami also expect to leave hero today for Eau who has been housekeeper of the Ponce for the season on Monday the past winter, hal just leased the
has been spending about nine months in has been managing: Oallie whero they will spend a day or so de Leon ever since thin magnificent ho- Scoble and who well known Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville,

Different parts of England, returned Miami, for a year or so. with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison.Mr tel was erected, by presenting her with have McBdamo been managing Melrose Llpplncott Hall, Or. for five year, and will take full control

I home Saturday/ last, much pleased and Mrs. Charles Williams, who Bobbins will\ visit Miami also' and one of the most desirable building sites mond the winter have, next Monday, says the ADVOCATE cor
with his -Mr. ; home by her IIIIH- tho 1'lrne -UnloD past goneto respondent. Under Mr. Merrltt's management ;,I
vUit to the Old Country sojourning/ in Titusville for a will\ be accompanied In St. Augustine Bays HoDsonvllle N. Y. for the summer
have been ,
; the Island there will bo an entire changeIn
his arrival from The
left on Monday, for band, on and Citizen correspondent. prop
-A of ,
prominent of Mont- number years,
keeper where they will probably. City erty in question is situated on Valencia Illustrated folder of the fine East connection with the Placlde, which t
flair, N J. (Mr; E. Hartenstein), in writ- Jacksonville, and will be the American and Europe;
do Leon run on
the Ponce
had street facing be
Mr. Williams Coast hotel etc to given free,
Thomas of Wabash away,
this week fair-Kind- reside permanently -Mr, II. A. ave.,
1"11 says: "Dear and and will be known a* "Hotel
J. T. located between the :Stone cottage Send an plan,
defunct the ADVOCATE office.
with the at
find connected this week
enclosed been In writing says: "
check for *l.fiO, for renewal Chicago, office of the hotel a l'lacidoanti Merrltt'a Restaurant. New
of & K. W. Hy. for nearly twelve years, and "I In receipt of the three last copiesof the eye- stamp to pay postage
my subscription to the ADVO- am bath and toilet
his services wouldhe tem. The lot U 73x200! feet, of a high dining/ sample,
CUE. l can hardly do without it now we were In hopes that He has your pink paper, which are neat, elevation and commanding the most advantageous Mr. Fred C. King, room clerk at the ho- etc., will be added, which will make It
as I keep it on file, and my guests and needed on the F. E. C.the Ry. Jackson clean, newsy and a credit to the East view of the beautiful I'once tel Royal Polnclhua, Palm Beach, duringthe one of the most comfortable and home-

ratronsiook for it every Monday morn accepted a position with first Coast. Your East Coast residents should de Loon court. In all probability Miss pant winter season, I III at tho Gluey like hotel In Jacksonville. This I* a
regular as they do the New York ville & Southwestern Ry., as en, feel proud over the fact that they have Ma'ckay will have an attractive cottage House, oa Broadway, New York. solid brick hotel, having three entrance,
papers. it |Is interesting to me also gineer. BO good a newspaper to boom up their the kitchen Is outside there
very erected the Bite dUI'hlthe summer and all are
on / Chief Clerk Asa S, Loom! of Hotel
wter l Is the of doing them
winter at 'Tltu vllle. from London country. It meant odor. Mr. Mnrrltt has
the AnvocATE no unpleasant
Writing months north, and hi. ,
spend : and it should Alcazar, hall gone genial
hope much good
to and Mr. Flagler ,
part of next winter on England, Airs. Martin, of Boston, wl'l be behind had considerable experience all managerof
the countenance noon seen
East Coast"A at Sharpes, receive every possible support. I know northern hotel and he Intend running
who an orange Oriental hotel Manhattan
owns watch the leek of the k
for iU
this. city who
find In- in Merrill.
: "Please Itlotl at the Placlde In first-class shape at
Indian says
on weedy Beach.
closed check for $2.00> for- a renewal 01 arrival _with much eagerness.As reasonable rates. He I II well and favorably .
tare Chalice pink paper, the receipt of an old, retired newspaper proprietor, Mr. Geo. C. Howe who ha been known along the East Coast and
I have -- your newsy often makes me wish to again see I know what I am writing about. 1 The many friends of Miss I'lxebe managing, / a system of 'hotel on the East will be glad to have his friends calf and
a cat.boatlSft. in good will to learn of
long Cleveland regret
schema for
McFarland's( protecting '
Indian River and our orange: filnk Coast<< this past winter, passed through see him when In Jacksonville.
londitlou' that I WU "change for a beautiful cannot dispense with the orange and other semi-tropical trees will death,.which took place at Merritt on here, Sunday last, on bile way north, to --
gB or good cow. Address: grove. We send It to new be of great benefit to your section of the Sunday morning. She wan an old resident the lummflr
my upend i
SAM NORTON, AnvoCATE. Please country Success: to you, the ADVO- of the above place, and died from Northerner, Itcturnliitf
Titusviile, Fla. address, 5 College" Villas, South Hamp- CATE and the East Coast." the effects of measles and heart trouble. Manager G. Butler\ Smith, of Hotel Should visit Tryon, on the Blue Ridge,

itead, London. The Itev. Stuart Martin conducted the Key Wet, wait a passenger on yester south of Ashevlllo. Its climate I II unsurpassed .

.: 'or funeral services, which took pUce on day' northbound train, en route to the for healthfulne, and It.

Sale-New Furniture, who want to buy a Cut in Two! Monday afternoon. White Mountain, N. II., for the *um> mountain scenery Is singularly beautiful;
-Any subscriber lie will at Onnond Richmond and musical excel.
mer. top society very genial ;
eAt. second-hand prices, in any quantlWM. round-trip ticket, meals and berth included I --- ----- New York and Boston en route The lent board and largo, pleasant room.

over the Clyde Line, would do Price on pure White Plymouth,! Rock County Court. ADVOCATE follow, as Mr. Smith Bay he In a delightful location, may be found at
R CAMPBELL!: well to write the editor of the ADVO eggs; for hatching, at half price after want to keep In touch with Kant Coast Miss EDITH SMITH'S,

'Bellevue," LATE Titusville, Fla., for price. We also May I, II. FKIEDLANDKU, neit while aWH,. During the time he Tryon, N. C.
Melbourne, Fla. have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory SKU Inteilachen, Fla.Tltusvillo Erevan! County Court will convene at managed Hotel Key West he made quitea

Line, between Brunswick and New I the Court House, Titusvllle, on Mondaynext record, and many of his friend will The "Advocate.

Kockleilge York, for sale. ; Laiiiulry. Judge D. L. Uaulden presiding. look for his return next winter. Mr, -
Indian River
of Jacksonville will have
Ed. Sudlow

heat LUaa one of the rao t attractive and :For Sale, Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Titusville, U now rr- As an advertising medium, no the mer.management Mr, J. W. Green of the, hotel the cashier this ,Bum.formerly sale at the following news-stands, at live '

rLodda'ato ked stores oat the EM Coast of prepared to do laundry work of every paper on the East Coast can beat the I of Hotel Ormond, accompaniedMr. cents Titusviile per copy Fred: S. Chaffee.
You find All work guaranteed. Give UB a trial adrt, -
tan you ADVOCATE
description. Smith north.
five .
l1eed theredalty e.. Fitting out cruising parties Pineapple slips and suckers,oft Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'icorner and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. J. W. Screven.

a p ; ; July delivery Enquire Eden Fla. store, opposite ADVOCATE office. )Ir. Harry J,. Deeman, the well-known Jacksonville-Windsor hotel
GltO. N. HATCH, Propr.Ar. .



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Pearl Cat-tail, Ke per lb. by nail; l.3c.
Jimiu or
will be overdone. It is a fruit express
WAR ON SPITTING. tuberculosis In the State of Florida: tare soon
SEEDS freight. German best for hay, .2.10 per bu,bel. Kaffir COt
.: Example ts Better "Article L-It shall be unlawful for which is rapidly growing In popularity white i Md mI, also| Jerusalem corn, 20cU. per lb. by mail: lilt
HaMI Spr..d. C..mptl.s.The known to have pulmonarytuberculosis In the north. Americans are a nation of 20cts
any person lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange; per Ib. by malOctt
' Than Precept." alarming spread of pulmonary tuberculosis to Spit or expectorate 01 dyspeptic, and the pine is a specific for Ib. express or: freight.

better and more popularly any street, lane sidewalk, or public park,, that complaint M well as for diphtheria, Peanut, Spanish, 1.50 per bushel Cbnfas, $3.50 per bushel.

It is not what we say But known in the form of pulmonary con upon the floors or walls, of any bole's' or so recognized I by the standard American Seed Corn In variety. I

sumption\ ha within the past few" yean public house, upon the floors or furniture textbook on pharmacy and therapeutics, Cow Peas market prices.

what Hood's Sarsaparilladoes attracted more and more the attention of any pubic vehicle, railroad, carriages (Potter's Materia Medica, sixth edition Write fur price list. .

that tells the story. of the medical profession, and means to of all kinds and street cars In p&Jler.t: ). Surely nature and the doctors 1.: CAMERON., Seedsman

Thousands prevent this spread bu continually occupied eluded. never devised a more agreeable ,
of testimonials are
more engrossinzly the thought "Article 2.-It shall be the duty of all medicine. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FL/

examples of what Hood's and earnest labors of the physicians,says hotel and boarding house keepers to True, we have the competition of the

has done for others, and the Times-Union and Citizen. One of promptly disinfect any and all room "Isles of tie sea" the Antilles and the

the best known doctors in the countrybaa that nave been occupied by consumptive Bahamas; but the bulk of their crop GEORG MARL JOHN MARX

what it will do for you. recently expressed himself as beingof of the Is marketedand
*, nriog some method that shall be and even that keys,

Scrofula u Banning scrofula sores the opinion that it kills annuallymore satisfactory to the State Health officer. gone before the crop of the Florida II.VL.A.R BROS.
made roe shunned by neiebburi.. Mrdtcal
treatment fatted. A relative nnrfd me to of the human race than cholera "Article ".-It shall be obligatory on mainland comes on. And a crop grown Wholesale Dealers In

try Hnod's tfamaparilU. Did BO and In few, and yellow fever combined. Speaking all physicians to Indicate to patients ol by our Anglo-Saxon: countrymen is al-

month the amen completely healed." \|as. on the subject within, a short lime, Dr. this class their friends the better than by the ignorant PRODUCE.
J. )(. H urn. KtM: X. H. or to near waIt one grown GROCERIES FRUIT AND ,,.
Inflammatory Rheumatism-Two J. T. Porter, State Health Officer said: true nature of their disease and their and unprogressive "Conchs'1 and

attatkftoj tar...p len me with Inflammatory "In former years pulmonary tuberculosis danger to others and incidentally to the Cubans.-8. Powers in Fruit Trade
rbmm.:liru. Am to years old. but be almost 131 and 133 Eat Bay Street and 6 and SS.wnanStreet: ,
was thought to entirely a public health. Journal.r
Hood's SarupoIrl11a, cured me and I can
climb utalri' and walk' anrwhere." J.LovcLA5D hereditary disease, but of late years medIcal "Article 5.-To provide certain fines JncksOD.-vil1C?, F1or1c1.l\

S73 Karjfo Ave, Baflalo. N. T. opinions have radically changed, and and) punishment for the violation of Glorious News

d S sapatif it is the accepted belief now that this disease these regulations.! Comes from Dr. D. B. Car pile, of ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

ot rf : ran safely be placed in the list of Washita, L T. He writes: "four bottles

L preventable diseases, by strict attention Ii"cmere of scrofula, which had caused her great We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pea
--- -- to the hygiene and sanitation of the subject Another great discovery has been for Terrible sores would guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We wan

whose weak spoils In the lung tis- country. "Dinease<< fastened its clutches but her
best doctors could give no help MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.

sue, and who show a disposition, from a upon her Its and severest for seven tests years, but she her withstood ,halOI'Jt'lDI cure is"complete and her health is ex :: We only Sell to DealersCHAS. .

low, vital tone, to take on Inflammation were undermined and death seemed cellent. This show what thousands
have proved-that Electric Bitters the
. 1w of this nature" imminent For three month she
bat blood purifier known. It is the supreme
The State Medical Association, whose, couched Incessantly, and could not sleep. salt
remedy for eczema, tetter,
Lcrb..4: &
: : s CO.Ijlca.iaors
She to
finally a way recovery .
annual meetings have just closed in this rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores.
by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.King's .
city has taken cognizance of these conditions New'Discovery for consumption It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, DEALERS IX"X7VJjo.es -

and appointed a special commit. and was so much relieved on taking first expels the strength.poison, helps Only digestion 50c.. Sold builds by F. FJ.D..e an.d:: ,

tee through which it will bring this important I dose that she slept all night; and with, S.up Chaffee, druggist. Guaranteed.The .
matter before the Legislatureand two bottles, has been absolutely cured. 417, A 419 W. Bay St.,
; Her name Is.Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus

;, SIN 011.11 before the people of Florida. This write W. U. Hamnick & Co.. of Shelby, fjolUh and wicked practice of n.." JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

committee, consisting of Dr. J. Y. Pore .V. C. Trial bottles free at F. S. Cbaf.fee' Is e ettrrnK
ir S4N profane cursing and swearing a viceso .
ter, Dr. R. L Harris and Dr. W. L. Ilngb- drug store. Regular size 50c and Agulnalclo May Recover
'1. Every bottle guaranteed. mean and low" that every person of --en
lett has the
prepared following memorial sense and character detests and despises : His reason with Dewey's and Otis'

to the Legislature: PINEAPPLE CULTURE. Washington. y'am',; judicious doctoring. Dewey's ice
"The undersigned committee, having t ::.. is reducing the swelling of bl<

been appointed at the recent meeting of head-Just as our high grade and
1 Pineapple culture is still in extreme Health, strength and nerve force follow i Blum's Rye Whiskey will
pure reduce
( the Florida Medical Association call : r
to infancy, and the possibilities of Improvement the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver I your cold, cough, grip, etc.,
attention to the increase of tubercular Medicine which insures good digestion 4
N Ala r by means of croas-fertilixation of ,. when used properly. There i I'
diseases and that and assimilation. like fine Blum's
4'p more especially to nothing our pure
d. the bloom are great. There may yet be "
form known Rye Whiskey for preventing chills,
", as pulmonary corunroptioD,
developed a fruit combining the hardiness
I colds and this
and to legislation Senator Hanna while Washington grip or pneumonia,
suggest some against and fruitfulness of the Red Spanish is the kind of weather to use It.
\_: the further spreading of this disease In frequently spends the evening at the
the size of the Porto Rico and the exquisite .
". '., the State of Florida, respectfully submit flavor of the Pernambuco. residence of Yice-President Hobart playing r: Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the Stat

if the following, as reasonable view, of the cards. .xpreu prepaid, for $3.20. .
; it. The variety now" principally grown' is
',: t.' matter and the suggestions for Its preYenUon still the Red and will
Spanish, probablybe Pimple, boils and other humors appear
..p, PINEAPPLE GROWING. timely and in accord with modern for years to come. It is hardy,comes when the blood gets Impure. The beat
: medical knowledge: remedy Is Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
.' into bearing long before some others, f .
; "First.-Tuberculosis (especially pale and the quality is good when fully! Medicine.

e' OBLAXDO, FLA, April :U, l8'J9. monary consumption) Is, and should be, ripened on the plant, as all pines should I THE RAFT THAT SAVED

f' ;,ditor.1dr'ecafr classed with infections and Subscriber attention is drawn, r-y-
" : contagious be to attain full; flavor. I have found ::r- ,your IIOBSOX
diseases. u- the name-and-date slip posted upon I
;!,if ;. I am very much interested in Mr.liar- "Second Its is very few' if any, really superior to a full. your paper or wrapper. If you are in I a In Santiago Harbor has become famous as

;i"; t:', dee's article on "Pineapple Crowing" spread by contact, aIn ripe Red SpanUh. arrears please l remit. 3' ; 1 a has the superior quality of the pine and
kissing, or in the contact of persons ,4: jtt, + hardwood lumber that we, furnish for building
outside leavesso
, .: in the April 12th number of your very Trim off a few of the Y
" in the bed I at all times. Our in
sleeping same or talking face .4 purposes specialty
valuable to afford a good handhold peel
t paper. SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON- this line is flooring brick limo etc.,
:- to face, by the from tubercular abs t ceiling ,
pus "
I' Mr. Hardee is much in favor of grow ,.... seseomingIn with abraded remove all traces of the "eyes, take a VENTION. It' and for quality and price they are beyond
lug pineapples under sheds. He says: silver fork, break each cube or segment A; competition.

. \, .' "I; Is remarkable how, people have gone surface of healthy individuals, by away from the core, eat-and be thank. YF BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
t.oalntlle, 8-1I.1t'199.
Ky. May
also the
>a' along railing pines here for fifteen or sputum in same manner, and ful that you live In Florida. St. Augustine, Fla.
by what !is the The Southern Railway, in connection
worse, expectoration of
: : twenty years, and. at this late day, have The Egyptian Queen Is considered !
tubercular luto the with the Florida Central and Peninsular
pus streets, la public
} just discovered the proper methods of sweeter and better by many people than
houses Railroad will sell excursion tickets toLoul..me
public ,
f: J getting best results." conveyances etc. the Red Spanish bat to my taste it is
'Tblrd-It Is known that this and return for one first-class
at time
1 will add that in my visits to that not equal to that humble but popular
:' 20 per cent of the population of this fare from all points, on account of the
:: noted pineapple section, as I often used favorite. It ranks next, probably, to
U tuberculons and that the Southern Baptist Convention; licke's ESTABLISHED 1SSO.
country .. :
; to do. it was surprising to me that Intelligent per the Red in productiveness and is a
, is sold 8th to 12th inclusive with final
gradually May ,
centage Increasing, so that
people-a* I have found these tine fruit but I note that the few
"r, It Is appalling to consider the consequences : limit fifteen days from date of sale. Bond: Lumber Co.
a growers to --should) keep on, year af which reach the Jacksonville markets
of unrestricted An extension of limit be obtainedto
spreading. may
" ter year, growing pines In that prima- are neglected as long as the others are ,
"Fourth-We are alive to the fact that June 10th, provided tickets are deposited
c ; Uve way, u they were, doing, which In around. Manufacturers of and Dealers in
z all laws to with at Louisville
tending joint
little above a wild state, when all the regulate or abridge The Sugar Loaf, as its name indicates,
the rights of the Individual are at first prior to May 1Mb., and on payment of .LATH
time our Orlando growers, who were is very sweet when ripe almost Insipidy LUMBER SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
cents. ,
unpopular nevertheless we deem it our fifty ,
adopting Mr. BidweU'sidea of a latticed so; and is probably the only variety

: cover and planting only the finer varieties duty as public servants to cry aloud In that is best before It is fully ripe. The For full information, apply to RobertW. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand !
this manner and that the Hunt Florida Pssenger Agent 213
suggest legislature Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
were in this way, getting; a net fruit is shaped more like a champagne .

r profit from one acre that it took the now, In session pass an amendment bottle than other varieties. It is late West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'.). Yards at
to the State Health Laws
Indian River grower to get from ten giving to wd small, and does not ship welL DeLand and THnsville.
the cities and towns of the ,
state powerto Do Not De Fooled
F acres. The Porto Rico is the Unrest variety
regulate the conduct of
It is less than two years since I warreadin persons I grown, thick in proportion toils length;; With the idea that any preparationyour

J.* y- g .an.M -..,,-,..-. In... on V..W. t\t our agri- known to be suffering with pulmonary not remarkable in flavor, and often druggist may put up and try to H. A. HODGES.

/'..",1-, cultural papers advising growers toIf" consumption. weighs, 8, 10 and 12 pounds, or ereqmore. sell yon will purify your blood like ...
"An act to the ol i Hoods This medicine MANUFACTURER
prevent spreading Sarvaparilla OF
plant in open fields; that the plants .
has has earned iu
a reputation
S,, done better than they did under cover, Do remember The Smooth Cayenne is a favorite record. It Is prepared under th<: ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

and said the the bet you with the because the absence "of educated I
j t Spanish was grower, personal supervision ROUGH AM .
bow felt in the I DRESSED.
you Orange Box Heads Fruit and Crates.
r e, :;; and most profitable apple to grow. when I of prickles on iu leaves renders it veryeasy pharmacists who know -the nature Vegetable
mornings youwere Any oDe
!I contemplating their
and medicinal effect of all shedding pineapples Inany
quality or building
It I could not a boy? How, to cultivate and handle but it dos oranges:
non plnssed me. see pan of Florida would do well to write for
f the ingredients used. Hoods Saves Pri<*. The saw mills are locitedon
., : how anyone that was acquainted with good new it day was! How to begina hungry I not rank with the Red in the estimationof parilla absolutely cure all forms oi; at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka. the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

t' .._ growing pine could advance such Ideas. you came to table the consumer. blood disease when other medicine I part of the East Coast Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

C'., Here some of our largest growers have 1 How tired youwent There are not many other varieties fail to do any good. It is the world'sgreat
medicine and the One
never planted any other than the Smooth to bedow! that will, be recognized by name by the spring
True Blood Purifier.
Cayenne. Others that have tried other soundly you slept I a 4Iba't I northern reader. Among'these may be, SARA iD FUM>O Mill. JACKSOXTIIiE YARD
find our- j P"t'tks' FU.
varieties have thrown them out, and replaced elf saying you some-j perhaps, the Abbaka the Ripley, the E. Bay 6t., Foot of C thrlne.WILSON .
Remember that the IXDIAX RTVEB
with Cayennes. From one quite limes bow I wish I Enville City, Black Antigua White Antigua
ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing
,, large pUt of AbbAku that two years ago could get up like and Pernambuco Most of these at short notice. Send them an order CYPRESS COMPANY

from one-third of an acre-a part of the that boy, eager for I new" varieties are shy-bearers. and be convinced that It is the place to
the and
i', plat-good apples were sold at a net oft fit for day it? And feeling then Money is certainly to be made In pineapple have job printing dODe.DPIU Manufacturers of -

16 cents each In the patch (at the rate don't yon turn away culture more readily, with less delay *

of some 11,500 per acre), now the old the with wish a sigh' as impossible if I and fewer drawbacks than In orange '..dWk'tlty r.ltt Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

plants are being taken and replaced of were fulfillment and lemon growing, and only with less P1'out seed Mia' at Bunk hoar*of wuh-nor ,

with Cayennes. There are being large and start on delay than in vegetable growing. The tea n.t CRE [ A large stock of Dry Caress flooring
I '' as s. w rort u. CO. siding, mpuldings, shingles,
! lots of about Orlando. the new day's baa to walt at least five lath
pineapples planted orange grower u etc*, lot North rrror 61 and pickets always on band, thua assuring ,
prompt shipments. C'Prt51IDOGIJlnjt'l
One man, It Is said, has contracted. for journey tired years for returns; the pineapple grower of all patterns a specialty. .
' at the outset?
different parties to plant over 100 acres. only eighteen months, sometimes not so When home
Malaria cannot find a lodgment !In the at write us for prices when
It's not impossible ___ ; np our way, come and see ns.
It U true our plants were badly It. i to get long. The orange if stricken by frost system while the liver Is in perfect order.

jured by the Feb It cold. Some plants back that glad boyish It requires three, four or five jsars to. come Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is -- -

were protected, and with firing they only means getting back health put into profitable bearing again the pineapple the best regulator. FOR

t were not injured; and with the high your stomach in order and sec how soon only one year. In fact it will $ 3.2 O.w..
will be
price of plants u also the fruit we raise your sleep dreamless your rest bear a half or two-thirds crop the sum

$, here brings lots of money$ ,(O) to work sound a* pleasure.your appetite The hearty best remedy and your for mer following a pretty sharp freeze COTTON Am Sent send you to n.bl by Express Express.CHARGES pottoffice order or New, York 'Exchange, .e will

$7,000 per acre. all ailments of the stomach and nutritive which cuts off nearly all the upper PREPAID,

As Mrs Uardee remarks, this may organs is Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical leaves. FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
Discovery. Try it and join the
sound little ..tab It's fact. gnatannyof Neither has the insect LINEN
a ,; yet a sick people made well by its use. pineapple as many
I Tlsited Old Mexico last January and Nothing U "JU as good." If you enemies as the orange and lemon. .. the Celebrated Seven Year-Old

saw pineapples In the forests! that I go for Discovery get DiscoveryT1k ..' Excessive drouth may retard the growthor

wild and I them "< prmi** I w Ud Ilk* to PTC 'GoMea the fruit but Calhoun Pure
supposed were ; saw klcdk&l D .co try' I new wicr .. word* or reduce the size of ; the Rye Whiskey
t being planted; and would you believe 4< CTrt* wMk er wnln )tats B. ...w-. remedy for this Is easily provided In an
E.:j. ofliMH \l1 !i. 6*. UmtiMdoa. r*. I
met they were planted 818 feet each was Ukra
way. 1 could but remark: "We need vu arMBd i
not be afraid of much competition from ..4 TOW teat n* a qontxm w..,to snow sad i Insurance and pay a handsome percentage cos ars doN as ba4 sad CUI che yq Ql"1t This whisksyUa.U D V.RkRY tukaasa distannt houses mark'i
1 did N aaJ yw iW advised CM to ate Or.ricftV t401 Maws. t.tata W. ba
that source." I do not look for much GoWn Medical Uucovrrjr I took on the Investment. The mealy-bug Superior quality Linen Gill Netting "!IBJ.UTD 1tU't.'t.4T1U.s rity&ad as for the same at.aa4 few 01'.1' \"URS.. and .. U> our RESI'O -
carve bottVt aN I felt M rood Oat Ikia. Mopp 4. made from Knox's Scotch thread. u.. Ni CI( t t.II'U.. boost dating,we refer you to any. merchant bars. or ,*
better results from Cuba or Porto Rico. .. i* t tktak.cvred C kve M *TBpta aW sometimes appears around the roots of

There Is no question but what the toll ctnc lro M or too gea.r mow," the half-starved plants u lice do on cat Samples aDd estimate cheerfully farm SOLOMON 4 LEVI,

: and climate are suited to the pineapple Dr. Pierre's Common Sense Medical wintered about the .straw-stack and ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc 1928 d: 1930 First Avenue
Is ol
Adviser sent free
on receipt stamps P. O. Box Xo.
but mark. I repeat-the same as in to pay expense of m&i1iDg7. Semi the remedy for both Is practically the J. 8. JOHNSON A co., 33. BIRLINGHAM, ALA.OTIC .

Mexico the people are not ai one-cent stamps for the paper covered same generous feeding. Manufacturers, !' : pay b .

JAMES YOTT.I book, or 31 stamps: br the cioth-bonAd. I do not apprehend that pineapple tale 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD. P&.. Ia1I Expreea owe Q-al'Ul. ... Uneaten parses 01 .then&o.w to Ixre.s all:: other pot.C'ompa..nWe.!.:sprue reached. CoaIPU1.b7.."prepay 80CTIIER.'l wily to EXFRI pota.4S. .belt COM.

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PrOfessionalCards. PERSONAL CHATS.. skettnp..

Senator T hurst mi vnyn he was ambitions An experiment k.uins trot-hcr lays

li x. ptnsens WALTER GURAM. Boils to become a senator ever since the great importance DrOll the lindof shots 8YE o WE EK & ?

?OBBLNS A; GRAHAM., nje Lieutenant of 12. John O. Fremont; son of worn "A, "about great properly:drill I is( supporting stud, be the remarked j LUK&S

ATTORNEYS-AT LAN, "the Pathfinder," has been appointed ankle, and people: ct.l1IpJalu: that they
cannot skate because their ankles f
:From U) to 12 a. m., Old supervisor of New York harbor.M. are
on ICS ttoUand Running Sores weak. Now, In at least flveont of ten of
2 to 4p.m.
(Josar! Thompson! the famous those cases there is nothing at all the
Sufferer from Weakness
Brevard Co. Florida.fiii'ctlc Every Lung Consumption
Tn'UsV1LU, Belgian violinist, 'has received from matter with either the ankle or Its sup ,

r.O.Box,toe* 'in *" the conru-iut and fed Itching, Scratching King Humbert the honor of knighthood port. The trouble Ie rlfht here, anti Asthma Catarrh or Bronchitis .
in tho order of Sts. Maurice aud Lnzare. bo touched the Ride of his shoo just below ,

t'I.IfeothtieS for examining: and perfect- Professor Koch, the German: bacteri- the instep and above tho hollow of Can Be Cured.M .,t

- d titles. Eczema ologi't is making an exhaustive study the foot. "This purl of the shoe, he .,.

--- of malaria in the hospitals of .Milan. continued "ou bt to be very nuug'nud ;

L. GAULDEN, lIe Intends to spend l! "erul1nonths in atilt, to hold the foot .straight and pre '

D. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Italy vent its twisting between: the toe and 4 J

Jackson E. famous the heel. That is what usually make IIIInI11Il .
Reynolds, as a ,
nil nractioe In all the Courts of the State Blood Poison football player on the Pacific coast\ nas the sknter 'wnhble' aud lose his footing, ,llilti "r, '

II Florida!< ,and the United States Courts been appointed a member of tho law and then be thinks the trouble is with 1 ii I Illll ;, 111'11,1'1',, / eil 1
235TITUSVILLE, FLA. his ankle. The height of the shoe does tllll" I Ml I il| l I'' !
Box, '
.0. radnelnR the his alma '
f r 'ollowlnllrmltomll FAlllnlf faculty mater, Stanford uni \ .' "" :' :: ':il :hiflIli .
Money to Loan. 18 "r.oN91hroRt.1"nll..naanft not matter much. Harper's. Uazar. ,
tinne.Mlffnese Pustnlr the, and I.lr..n: ot the Akin r. : versity. :\, :\\, : I I IJI |IH|| Illl I"" 1:11": : ', J

!tune 1 I.'e: etc.Ulcers. Jolote. nlleumRtlew, Robert W. Milligan, the chief en all, lie U Clone Fisted : ,. S 11111lhllllhilllh! I ,',,,
!!,!' I" I I ,t
t M GOLDSMITH, gineer tho Oregon in her: trip around Dr. D. K. Pearson of Chicago, who ,' .' '.!.!..,;%,, | ,,1,,,,!', ,'.hl'I'," ', ,1

Scrofula Capo Horu, has since been transferredto has given so much money to colleges, 1:1\\: \\::,:',:::,'I: lb.li'lin I I"'t,' ( 11uh '
the Brooklyn. He is n PeJ1n yhl\nlan disclaim any special credit for doingso. '' ':" '
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, ,:" v' Ilh'II"II'I' : .
I :
q "
Running Sore EyesAre by birth.A II I "I do not pace as A benevolent :::'il'h:\,:", ; t :,I,, '. "/, th,1
JTitasrille, Florida. daughter of Professor Lombroso, man he says "I have labored nearly / "
cared by the eminent criminologist, was recently 60 years to make money-have made it, '''':'II II. lilt t1-/,'. "' IIQh" ,

BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. acquitted by a Turin court on the and honestly ton. The statemeut may I : -'- id'I'

I r- J. WEBB, TJie charge of being a contributor to a condemned I seem very strange to you whou I nay i 1n I I!

t Great Blood Rewed'. socialistic newspaper. that I do not pOliO as a benevolent man. till tin iiii 111[ (!tali, nun, IIIIM. "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ( I hnvu benevolence in Iltile IUut.uinnnql
no me-not a ,
Botanic HitMHl Halm (U. n. H.) I H a powerful The Rev. Lorenzo Waugh of the ?? { ,..,
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th blond remedy,ami jet can be taken with perfel.'t Howard Street (Sun Francisco! ) Methodist particle. 1 am the most economical, "1) s "'M II I I ""
Taxes paid for non-residents safety by old and yotiitK. On account nt Its close fisted man you ever put your eyeson. I .
Circuit. church is old
(treat strength It cures when all elite falls. Oilier years
and rents and accounts collected. remedies may act as a mild tonic or co\er new and Buys he is the oldest Methodist You cau see it in im face-it III Course
skin over rottou flesh. I hut II. II. II. drive all there I do not think I ewr foolishly Complete,Rei ..
I the Episcopal clergyman in the world.
Titusville, Florida. poison. out ana hence the cures are iHirnrnnent. spent |20 in my life. "
Dr. Martin Van Buren Stevens
One to three bottles of 11. It. iI. will cure the
ey worst kind of pimples on the fare. years old, is a law student at the State Sate Within the till: ,.. Jack of Treatmentco1uIcm1ti
0. FRIES, C. E. One to three tmttlua of li. ti. It. will clear the university of Kansas. He to
I.1 system of boils and ciirliuncles. expects The special correspondent of the Lon
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Two to three bottles of II. It. II. will cure the graduate next spring. Ho has already don Mail notices n curious circumstance
worst kind of humor In the month and stomach received degrees from other PfeParaffo
colleges. of the kaii-cr'a into Jerusalem.
entry of Four
Three to six bottles of It B. It. will cure the
Land: legally surveyed and sub-divided.. worst case of erysipelas or eczema., Ex-Postmaster General Don M. Dick The Turkish police cleared tho roadway

neatly don Estimates for the One ejes.to three bottles will cure all humor In inson and Henry T. Thurbor, formerly by most impartially whacking and
Mapping _
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of President Cleveland's private secretary, banging every one who attempted to \ The S/ocumSysfem I .t
III kinds of engineering: works. Disputed the cars and blotches among the hair. .
\ Font to eight bottles are warranted to cure have dissolved the law partnership that trespass upon it. But there was one exception

lines a specialty. corrupt and running u'cers.Oneortwobtttlesoflt.lt.! has existed between them for about 1years. in the shape of an old woman KILL
will troubles THEY WILL
meet or
It. will cure scaly Nearly everybody you regard lung .\
who allowed wander at will
was to be asked YOU. That's the whole situation in
eruption of the skin it ai a kind of insult to a
TITUSVILJE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Two or three bottles of B. It. It. are warrantedto The Rev. E. K. Muller who has gone along the open space reserved for the if they have weak lungs. All seem to nutshell. I

cure to the live worst bottles case of of It.ringworm.Two 11. It. are. warrantedto bark to South Africa on missionarywork imperial party. She was wearing a have a solid faith in the soundness of Never was there a cure for lung troubles .

cure the most desperate rheumatism.Threetosixbottlesofll.II.lt. was only recently ordained in petticoat made of a tattered union Jack. their own breathing machine. In cases equal to the newly-discovered Dr.
GEORGE W. ALLEN, are warrantedto Doubtless the Turkish police thought of trouble they will admit there is a Slocum treatment. This forms a sys
Rome and is the first member of the
cure eczema. cold "a touch of bronchitis tem of Four Remedies that are used simultaneously -
Five to eight bottles of B. B. B. will cure the Zulu to enter the Roman Cntholio she was a British tourist whose eccentricities "heavy ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, worst case of scrofula. race are everywhere respected. or even "a spell of asthma," but as to' and supplement each
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. church. weak or unsound lungs, never,NEVER other's curative action. It cures weak

( Key West, ,Florida. I BLOOD POISON. Not to be alarmed at'the prospects of "Whip and Spur.." Even the poor consumptive, who scarcely lungs, bronchitis, asthma, coughs, con-

Will practice in the United States For this monster of disease In any form : clouded titles, Samuel Webb of Texas James Beatty an old Crimean veteran I speaks without coughing, whose i sumption and every other ailment of
I and State Courts. Ojun05TJALP1I ; contracted or inherited,let,:2d or 3d stages, pro has immense tract of landin cheeks are wasted, hollow and bear the the pulmonary region. It destroys (
purchased an
ducing ulcers, pimples, sores in mouth or throat, who died in England the other day, hectic flush of doom, will assure you every germ that can affect the respiratory ;
skin hot, hair falls out, etc., B. B. It. cures the easternCuba, for cattle grazing and was known in the service by the sobriquet with glistening eyes that his cold is on system, and even in advanced

E. SMITH 'M. D. never disease to and return.drives We the have poison o:er from 2fHI) testimonials the system will shortly ship 2,500 head of Toxas of "Whip and Spurn. It was an the mend and he will be all right when stages of lung trouble positively arrests :

of cures by B. H. B. of Blood I'olson. No one cattle there. incident at lukerinau that gave him his the weather changes. the tubercular growth, while it also

I can deny this written signed testimony. One Prince Paul Esterhazy of Ga'nntha, name, for it was he who was responsible It is simply terrible to think how far builds up the patient no that his system .
man wrote us, "God for so grand a
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. remedy." pleas you count of Edelfltettiu and FarchtouHteiu, for Having the only gun eaves by we may be guilty by our indifference to U enabled to throw off scrofula, rheum j

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal CANCER, BLEEDING,EATING SORES. the jockey prince who died in Vienna his battery at that fight "Whip and the lung troubles of those near and dearto atism, catarrh, and other wastng dis .

Cancer of nose lip face ear or neck or breast, recently, oould' boast of coming from a spurs, boys ; whip and spun, and we'll us. It is also a sad thought that we eases. j
of cured
Diseases. external or Internal cancer bleeding, eating family that bad twice refused the crown save the gnu !I" he cried out when he may hug a delusion as to our own health Thousands cases already
sores, are all cured by B. B. B., the most power. that we only get rid of when life itself prove these claims. Thousands of grateful i
1-27 Forsyth Street. ful blood purifier made. of II nnKary. and his comrades were surrounded. Ho must pay the forfeit. people bless the discovery.The i

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SEND FOR FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. President Diaz of Mexico had an exciting was twice wounded in the tussle, but Nobody can afford to think lightlyof Doctor wants everybody to know f

All druggists sell B.B. B. in large bottles atM enoounter with a mountain lion they saved the gun, and Beatty was lung troubles. Nobody can afford to the surprising merits of his system. lie f
$ per bottle. Describe your symptoms and and from that their dan has arranged to 'give a free treatment
}Free medlotl advice will be given. All correspondence recently while hunting in the mountainsnear "Whip Spurs" day. be mistaken about possible t
r\R. U. II. PEETE, is sacredly confidential. Hnehuetoco with party of friends. gers. Nobody can afford to neglect (Four Preparationsto all sufferers Full
Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO., 140 An ICaur One-Plicnre. It Out them, or "let them wear out," or get instructions for use accompany each
Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia, and sample The animal sprang at him from an "
ErE, EAR, NOSE and, THROAT bottle of 11. B. B. will be !sent you by return overhanging olio, but fell short and Here ia an arithmetical problem that better in the spring, or any other tom treatment.
nail. was shot and killed by Diaz before it ia going the rounds: A III indebted to B foolery that leads only to wreck and WRITE TO TilE DOCTOR. ;
508 Cherry Street ruin. Lung troubles don't move back- j
could gather itself! together for another 15Bto0CtoDD'toEE to F. ward. Weak lungs don't grow strong Write at once to Dr. T, A, Slocum '
Macon, Ga. leap. same amount. A, B, O, D and E each by themselves-you must heal them 'Laboratories, 96 and 98 Pine street, Newl!

have $1 aud no more, and consequently and strengthen them, and rid 'them of York City, giving full express and

APHORISMS.It Obvlou. they cannot pay their debt. They put the very earliest germs of disease, or .po'tofiice address, and mention this pa
their money all together. A takes the you are simply committing a form of per. i,
W is worse to apprehend than to suffer. $5, goes to 13, pays his deb; and gets suicide., Either you must cure your Delay only makes your trouble
.-Bruyere. his receipt. B duos! the same to 0, U to .
-- ------------- ,
Graduate of Philadelphia College of He who foresees calamities suffers D, D to E aud E to F A,' B, 0, D and j----

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations them twice over.Porteus.Men E are out of debt, and F HUH his money. Notice. 111i Cholco .

promised. Ilazelttne Block, corner Bay often make up in wrath what Who, if any one, IH the loser? / Wlnosi; Liquors

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. they want in reason.-Alger. v In District Court of the United State s t
for tho Southern District cf Florida: I and Cigars ,
Benevolent feeling ennobles the most
In the matter of fleo. W, I Guaranteed 1'uie
trifling actinus.--Thackeray. IteiunrliBhle Snrpery.A Hcobio, liunkriiiit }) ln, lalllCfnl'tcr|' ,

True blessedness consistcth in a good remarkable surgical operation baa TO the creditors of George W,fI"hlo.of Tltimvlllo "- P r Sold at reduced
( Florida, In the County of Krevard and prices
( nm been recently performed in Paris. A
and death.-Solon. .
life a happy ; Dlitrlrt aforoiiald, a Bankrupt,
.f laundress had her scalp torn off from
Have something to say ; Bay it, and fi 2 U horoliy given that on the 24th day IiiiporliulTokay
lJ.\9' Edwards. the nape of the neck to theeyebrowi by NOTICK, A 1) IHiw\! the said UnorKO W. Wlnn. ''1

stop when done.-Tryon ..'L-_ ----. her hair catching in some belting. She Hcobfe wan dilly adjutllcaluil liiintrnpt willhe ; from Italy
[ and that this lint iniictlnK+ fit his creditor
live of
r Beware so long ns you judgingmen was taken to the Bronssaia hospital, held at Tltuitvllle, Florida, at the olllue/ of
DASD by their outward appearance.-La "Brown has a fine seat, hasn't be?" where Dr. Malherbe, after seeing her, Kobblim Graham, on the John B. Togni ,

COTTON JMt.nJ Fontaine.Be "You know he's only got a horse re lent for her scalp. lIe obtained It aftera riVTEKNTII DAY OF MAY, A )) IHOO,
cently." at 7:30! J'. '"., at which time said creditors may Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1: East: Day 8U, ,
calm in arguing, for fierceness delay of several boors, shaved/off the .ttendlr/lY8 their' cUi.nn, upHiint| a trustee, J J'Vlloh."le
makes error a fault and truth discourtesy. "He's a rising man hair, washed it with antiseptics and examine the bankrupt! and transact sunk other JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

SOFT SEINE TWINES. .-Herbert. "Very rising, isn't he?"-,Pick Me applied It in place again. The ICalp'b81 hiitlnuM mvetlng. aa, may )>ro|>orly come. before laid and Itetull.....

A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE A fine person or a beauteous face IB Up. grown on to the bond. rillLLII'! WALTEU, ; ------ ._-,- --_._------, --

vain without the of deport may -12., Referee In llankruptcy.Airll28th Tho and Most Com-
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME.E. in grace -- ---- Largest
Churchill. | 18W. '
ment.- ploto Establishment South ,
EMORY JOHNSON, ow.ea a G .U Mist .

MOODUS. CONN. good The greatest action by pleasure stealth I and know to is have to doa it To Whom It 1 May Concern. HOUSEHOLD HINTS CEO S. HACKER & SON,

found out by accident.Lamb.There .

is no better ballast for keepingthe Strong words of indorsement for Pre\,'U-na, and for the wanufacturtn of Oil door latches and lucks occasionally,

mind steady on its keel and savingit PI.ru.na./ro1l promineniEon. eflicials of its hotnt city Nails dipped into soap will\ drive easily I

In buying eada v .'3 from all risk of crankiness than bull Samuel L. Black, Mayor of Columbus, O.whone Into hard wood.

a'rittict'economy,'* tecauiia In extrav-tbu cost .% .,' ness.-IJowell. 14) picture adj oin8 this paragraph writes the follow- To keep oft hits paint walls/ or rub
of cnltivition, wasted tm f In the man
.eda! alw j. larvuly en-i>i>i'< tii* 4 picture frames with laurel oil.
"rlemnl l co.t of th. b.mt.red e to ftij known caresses and kindness there !if ; EXECUTIVE DEI'T.,CITY OF COLUMBUS,
In hud. Thehcvt (e.Iw.e) th i T Morocco( leather may be restored with J fMANUFACTURERS
ch tto.t. pay a trifle m.r. fw>r P J always a fiber of memory tba) can be To whoI 'm it may concern:
the varnish of white of
I egg
touched to gentle Jsaueii.-George Eliot. cat 1 most cheerfully recommend I'e-ru-na I
fRRYSEEg ; A cement made of sand and' white lead
Weigh not 10 much wbat men! assert \'l as of t he vi/ry tfreutest jxishiblebtMiefHin casts
y Truth, li simple of cats rrh and other diseases of the mucous paint will stop leaks In the roof.
what they prove. -
1 all naked and needs not invention! toapiuLrel memo une. This remedy hase tabllbhed Itself Apply ammonia when acid has taken
and alwa;.set yanr money' and in the i J minds of the people as of the greatest
worth* PT| cent* per p.p.rrerywhr. j her comeliness.-Sir P. Sidney. the color tWin cloth, then chloroform.You .
.. Alwuy* the possibleDr 'worth and genuineness. I have known
can n carpet much
sweep( rag
Wt. "-M"lAuI\: .* (> I Jlar1pleased man for a number of years, and am cleaner by sweeping across the breadth. OF
a.te.lt. .; Distributed. to say that he in one of the leading cltl- E

Js zens of this 4 city; a man of the very highest standing
and chaise<<: r in the community E. W, Harrington, principal graded Doors, Sash Blinds,
school Quincy C'la. wiliest: Have used
Respectfully, Dr. M, A. /Simmons Liver Medicine 13 Moulding & Material
CoL Arththe L. Hamilton, commanding officer of years. Cures nervous headache chronic Building

SO YEARS' Sev eo teen th Infantry Ohio National Guard, constipation, indigestion, torpid liver,
EXPERIENCE +;p.,1 whoseColnmb residence Is at 300 West First Avenue, foul breath, la grippe, Have bad enoughof Ofilce & Warcronms. King, opposite

.. 44.1.1 2eThh ;;: 5'S- us, 0., bears witness to tho efficiency Zellln'i and" itluck Draught being i Cannon Street:)
"just a* good They don't fool me again
of )-na. Here Is Colonel Hamilton's letter
Charleston S. C.
I and pl<:ture ,
;rya COLUMBUS, 0., :May 18, 1897. My notions of life are the name

I eel Al< 1 Dr. S.DEAB I1'., Hartman. as they aro about traveling. There U a Sash Weights Cord and

TRADE MARKS Iel' ;l SIB:Besides having the merits of I'e-ru-na good deal of amusement ou the road, ,

DCSIGIisCOPYRIGHTS so fully de rnonstrated In my family, I have num- but after all, ono wants to be at rent.Southuy. .- Hardware
&c. her of frienstomach d* who have taken it for catarrh and

'An.on.. sending.. a sketch and deecrlpttnn mu troremedy able, and all unite In praising it. Asa : ,
gnlekq,nreniknprobably: l e .rtIL.I\. onr p..tentable.Ol"'on foe CO whether I llllllra-au fo r summer and winter catarrh I can fully N'NIC'CY' I'jcn CKur of the people have Window and Fancy GlassA

a.nt:: r.'rtotljrconddeiitUI..\ ..curl Yyateliu.G recommeFromtl nd it. ABTIIUB L. HAMILTON. some kind of humor In the blood, and
f' V'u (i nef far .. SPECIALTY.I'nliuetto .
Potent. :
taken through Nunn A tx>. rucel. this causes many dillealel. Ilood'n 8arlaparllU .
peelulnotlce lIe IIou. Samuel J, Swartz Police Judge
without oharae, la the these diseases
's cure by expel-
Scientific flnicricnii. Coluial ius, O. hag\ the humor, I'
\ STATE or Otiio Hood's 1'111. are non-Irritating and the Drug: Store, Dnytoua.
A h ndamel"'illo.tr.ted .lfIkl,. eraser cir G f S.., SUPREME CoURT LAW LlBBABT,
colufon ot ; / only pills to take with Houd'sHamapailla. -
an eelelltUSo 'ournL Terns s
CoLUMMfn 0. Nor. 13 1807.ta medicineschemicaleflue
ran.oar .,tLi$ by all n.w.neaers.) !, Drugs, toilet

MUNN & Co 8lliBresdwsy, New York p .,.u.,' Medicine Co., Columbia 0 soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and h

branch\mce.Tcj r Bt, WMhllon, D.C. j Gent!:emeu:-The result of using Pe-nvc GOLD I U of no value when health Is fancy toilet articles great variety
the that 1 cannot butt In danger What'i of more value ? )[. HUBTOX
SummerWb did you leave ea- ,_ / has beencongratuli ao gratifying to me propr
I'ratt's -to-date tablets will\ break
on the success of ypur remedy. up up
D : vepiabb bore to loon'ClerkerWelI. for rest 4 e Your high.tho landing in the business community, and cold In one day, and for constipation
IppICVRLDwithItemdleL cured I went there and biliousness and all malarial troubles accomplish work
worth of the gentlemen conducting,g this great enterprise, prepared me to YOU cannot any or
caws and change, and the hotel waiters got expect a meritorious article only, from your establishment, but its real worth It baa no equal. Uy mall prepaid for 2to. business unless you feel well. If you
.IttWtrthird.nfalld.imptom I r.morS all the change, and the landlord got the U beit demonstrated by iU UM. Pratt Medicine Co., Mtatlon JJ, Chicago, feel "used up-tired out," take Dr. MiA.

Jjt. S .m 6ll11'2!-I..nd'tr.01'DAYSY: ,. 'Uallt&O-nl r... rest, BO I came home!-Up to Date. S Respectfully, SAMUEL J. SW' 8TI. ill. Send: fur sample. Simmons Liver Medicine. Rj Rw w R

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CAPITOL Indian River 1 Real Estate Agencj

A naiLY jocasAi. i VOTED TO n. prr w 6AKIN6
orxajrr or tai 11f MA. an... uaawoara 0. .
r ]'Daacarsaursacrrorn. I Jacksonville' has raised her bid TIT GsrILLE, FLA.

for the state capitol to 1100.000. POWDER

rCBUSHKD ITT rUDAT. and she ought-a. the! metropolisof ABSCtVTLLY PURE I YOU would do well If you bare property to sell and want It advertised in tt! I

florida-to gel it. Lawyersand ; paper.. free of cost to you, and put. lo the baud of live men, to write at once to
C.ULU H. WALTO. Utter A rr.rrw- many others are in fa Tor of its Makes the food delicious and wholesome 1 this Agency for Blank Contract, and pot. your property before the public.
more I sale will probably be.made this winter by Ibis Agency Why .
removal to a more central part of :::rMany noyoars.
Dte *tia.aate d Mtrts.ouBy reit b.aade r" .!mot ----co .-.e.e p .
the state and we believe, if it came !
at tki o tbe the -- -- ----
to a vote of people nearly ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS: iOO: to $20.10 per acre.

..ay M aade p.y.Me MClUaLnB. I wbole of tbe residents along the A A Stewart, Clk. Cu court 4 31 cootinuety. I Beautiful tract, 120 acres one-qnarter mile river front; ODe mile north of tau
WACTOS,pvMUWr AM!pr prWt cA44r East Coast would decide in favorof i| J P Brown, sheriff MMa ] His desire Is apparently highly developed I Gallie: firsKlass for orange, pineapple and T etabIeL Price $1,000.
that go-ahead business city-, G Bro *OD. J. P. 3 Cti and be seems lo be something of a ORANGE GROVE, 14 acre*. 50. miles sooth of Titnsville. Will pay $lOfiO( this
..* all c.....Hrtto I* Jacksonville. It is said that the On motion it was ordered that J. R. mental scientist on the sab-e nscJoQs year and $2.00 next. Price, $ ,.*.o..
1XDIAX RIVER ADVOCATE, | Walker be appointed a committee t.,see plane with a fall realization of his power HAMMOCK LAND, near Titnsrille, from $5 to $2j: per acre.
TnnYI1La. FU'am.. constitutional amendment will need I what can be done In the case of E. Den to get there and stay there. I On hundred and sUty acres, lake front, 2f miles west of TUusville, guod for
a two-third rote in each house to ham's etea, a paaper. He Is canibaKstic in bis nature and pineapple, regetaWe and orange Price $&O.0).
-> ---- secure its passage, and it must be |( The Mud adjwarned to meet again seems to fairly revel in the richness of I -

U. S. Department of Agriculture then submitted to the people for | the first }Monday June. human extracts.
i He is not ostentatious but rather of a,! E :::8. :SO-cres.
Weather nu"au-Juplt, Fla. their approval at tbe next general quiet and unassuming disposition until : .. ,

election. Even then tbe removal TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL folly aroused.He I

The foOowina is a conparatirv statement project would not be an accomplished nevet crows over his achievement Flour Grits Meal
of temperature and rainfall for the fact, for additional work At the usual monthly meeting of the a* does the rooster, neither does bis fe- Grain Hay Feed m
week ending Tuesday, May 4, IS?)' I Tltnsrille Town Council, which took male companion cackle when she lays an I ,
would have be done tbe
to at next
-1s- -I -- place in the Board of Trad ruomsTne- erg. He bs all the characteristic qualities
DATE. MAX. XIX. MAX. )Irs.M session of tbe Legislature in securing day CTtning,. with the following merry of a politician conducting: a rubber I Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriYing Fresh

: 66 j the passage of a bill carryingan ben present, J. K. Walker (chairman), shoe campaign..
57 ft* GS 7* CM appropriation sufficient to buy II Jnv )I. Dixon and W. K. Knos; and His sworfM ofradi of attack cannot
2 : ) W C* 77 57 grounds a collector and marvbal, .(tnested by human eye; but during the
a) 73 6IS ft) Sj capitol.Let On motion,. it was ordered that. the business season be lays in ambush in the Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kind of insect; Harmless to man or
I 79 f'* $i 71 tbe business men of Jack I tnmn's part of the taxes, due from the woodland where the birds sing the I I beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Writ for quotation,

2 so co $* n fOD.meputb- tbe matter forward, county be turned owr to J.: R. Walker, sweetest, where the flowers are most Lowest cash prices.

Total raiof.al1for the week: .6* Inches so that with a long pull, a strong commissiooer of district. No. 2, to be fragrant and the cooling shade most. in Office: 124: W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall for the used on reads adjacent to T1tnsUle. shin.The
week: minus. .17 laches. Departurefrom ; pull and a pull altogether, they The Collector and Treasure reports luckless man or fair lAdy who .
normal rainfall since January 1, may be able to U'eure.bat they were examined, approved and ordered may chance to be lured within his ambuscade WELSHANS
"platLHJInches.. need-the capitol. filed for record and beeooM his victim unawares.He CHAS. N. ,
Tbe bills and employs no brass band or tom-tom in
J. W. CROSS, Observer. : following were approved
ordered paid: his maneuvers but silently and stealthilybe
------- ------- -- takes bi. all onobterved just
position ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Indian KiterS. Bk., interest, *13 63
Qt'EL VICTORIA will, this month PROCEEDINGS. Electric Light COL. _ W 14R. under the human cuticle. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
celebrate her SOth birthdar, at A. Bobbin salary, . IS 00M. There be apparently come to a pa- ,
J*. Jones. jr.. 27 00 rade-rest fur tbe time beln$:.
Windsor Castle. Mar ebe lire TrrrsvTtUE, FLA, May, 1'). I I1'11e E. L. Brads A Bro., feed,. 9 3J A few hours later, however> the victim ** HAIR AND LATH *#
.' suddenly realize that be is in there
longer. ;
many years Board uf Trade rent,,. .." 4M
that he has raised a tent, making the
Board of Brevard County Commiesdooen
The of the treasurer of the
met on the above date pursuant Town of report TUosTiUe to 1 1MW cuticle serve as the covering, and is State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
It would add to the eleanline 1 to when the May was starting a fire in it. Later on a* the ,
adjournment, following follows
of TitutTille' streets if our merchants member were present ; W. n. Miarpe. as : lire burns he seemingly sinks an artesian Old 'Phone 3. vJACKSONTILLE 13 Hogan Street,
BaL on hand last report f (M S7 well right down to the spot where
t : placed their trash in barrel l chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker J.
Rr 'd from collector,acct taxes 13It3 the richest jociest and most delicate esseocea ,, FLORIDA.
N. Waller. J. Houston A. A, Stewart,
be removed' the instead ;
to by scavenger dug rues, 15(W flow
of the human organization
clerk J. P. Brown, Ihfli .
i of the wind. ; fine 33 ro
by The following business was transacted up to him. Then be proceeds to bod
to-wit II. licenses, 13 37 high carnival, which,if undisturbed continues -
: J D Darts, taxes for '9;, 4 63Debit throughout. four or five days and se' A FAMILY JAUNT
Tt minutes of last. read
JAMAICA OERCL is said to be a meeting; were :
and confirmed. nights, tbe wildest orgies usually taking -
paring plant to grow. It grows The county treasurer made his monthly Total reed from all sources *1V M 34 place in the night time. Xo amount of ''rzt' z 10 ODe be of our canopy for top pbtetons or sar

readily from cutting, and i* used statement. on the different funds of Credit: scratching by- the victim will distort can weariness.enjoyed Too any length can of time

j' for making jams, jellies, sauces, the county, including the Fineand Forfeiture By total am't warrants paid andcanceled him.Kerosene ;yamn7s comfort in one than in get other more
fund, for the month of April, I . .. .- 1,162 91"amt oil well robbed in through E any vehicle
etc. Try it.ACCORDING. 'r. on the market For the horseman
lamed to trustees the of his tent will usually make j
which examined found correct and over pores
was ;
.Sal that loves
J. Houston and J. N. Waller acct interest fund, ... 90025 him desist and lwartlalllie e the rio, t \t 4 i v speed. a runabout or as light as
approT be constructed well-made and
to a dispatch from I were appointed committee to destroy am't. turned over to trusteessuet tim; a fact the reader will do well 10 re--I i caD ,. strong,
ae will find here at bed-rock prices.
MonletideoSanarellls fever the warrant turned over by the treasurer sinking food.-.. ... 3CO2S icetnber. An eminent strategist, on a
yellow I a* per schedule. The treasurer By Uil. on band in bank . .10293 visit to Florida! has .ugested that the ifcMCP.RAV .BAKER,
serum is giving good results tent might be w lI..tantith kerosene -
also had a certificate attached to his report .
I there, and it is stated that several! showing that be bad the balance; 51. ts 34: nil and then set on fire, but tberemedy j.i Main&- Church ,C,ta.,

persons have been completely cured S ibis report called for on deposit ia the. C. S. SCHCVLIJ-, Is of doubtful utility. j JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t by it* application. Why not introduce Indian Hirer Mate: Bank. Town Cletk .t: Treas.
; ., As the proper apitUcatioo has been ... 1"- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles
it into Havana, wbereit is rmm F r the Old .
mad by F. Webster for the privilege -, __. -r .+w-
If aid yellow fever prevails ? i iI of catching a manatee for scientific purpose THE FLORIDA RED BUG OR "If Methnseiah had any jae perty." .
aid the euro fed philosopher "what
I *, the same was granted.On a
it' motion Mr. Mary Simmons was CHIGGER. lot of fun he mart have had after he
( : Ir you contemplate growing that placed oa the pauper list at *.*> per got to be about $00 01'600 Tears old aDd
; ; tnoney-makiag crop-c.sava, you month. Xo doubt many of oar Florida readers his younger relatkcs began to be Hs CHESEBRO BROTHERS *!

should read the pamphlet recently On motion, J. R. Walker was appointed hare heard of. or felt the effects of a red to; him l"-ladianapdis Jot<:rr .aL
issued by 1>>lof. II. E. Stockbridge, a committee to see to the work that bug. Mr. P. T. Bailer one of the guest
the grand Jury recommended in their of Hotel>> Colonnades, .eabreexe" who has C..f'.7 DJ_...... WHOLESALEQOMMISSIOX _
t, of Late City Fla. It it a very pre eatment to b*done. had some experience with them, says iaaa He
useful work, full of interesting article published In Freedom: (r-tbeticarI.r-Yoa have a
On motion, the license report for bed cast
data. We have a few left for di.: April, made by the County Judge, was The FVotidA chipper U not unlike hisbrother She FISH DEALERS) ,
,. tribution at the ADVOCATE office examined and approved. of the mwibera state, except I (hus.2d.1-1 hare I an M
; Oa motion the following bills perhaps that be has more of that impetuosity : hearse that if you attempted. to kiss EMI :
or you may send to the Florida generally accredited to humancreature 'j cooiia't even -Boston. Jocr"They
audited and ordered scream. -
paid: were j Xo 1, Fulton Wholesale FUh Market, Sew York.
Agricultural Experiment Station,I',J Mendel, county cotamUsioner ,f of the southern elicne. He W.
Lake;; City, for one. J H Walker, .. .. 6(0"' knows Florida is a good pUN to niea Ii.lalr C..aJ" SPECIALTIESpaaish: Mackerel Sheepbead, Pompano Bluefish, RedSnappers
N .4 family, b W
J Sharpe, ..* a N. at least two months earlier than ia the kept company for a lung tiia:: Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks
4, LATE reports from the Philippine J X Houston 11 alter, .* w 4544 2' northern: r.utH" rlaish up tW baMeeMJ J before. they were married." Stencils promptly rappHed. References furnished. if desired.CLARLTCE .

L islands say the Filipinos are J P Blow n, feediag co dt.gs. .., iut and enjoy a much longer picak season;I Iresod. 'l es. and they've kept it toast: of the
still concentrating their forces, Janitor_.. .. .. __ SCO hcoce 1M stays here the whole year time: same Her relatives teem bound to
a 1 i:' with the evident intention of resisting *4 Jailor ..._. 3)<)) live on them"*PbHadeipQia Bulletin j !: B. 10UXS. XILLEa tOXGBOTHAM.S .
.* 6 tt) complexion is slightly fiorid otherwise r.Kabthbed 1AII.
wailing OB co COBS
: : the advance the American M M waiting oa dr. coon 12(0 be wo W be inristhle to the naked Tie Q.rtl.. I* -.I'.....

j ? forces all they can. This information H M sumnioaiag jury and rye owing to his diminatitetx t Aa evchtaae tells us that a needle

i. does not tally well with{ wiUkeaae circuit court TiJO tin His than conscience his corporeal is rather fabric man while dmaa-he, and thread trust is now bring hinted. at B MILLER & CO
R Bobbett ,
the various hopeful announce- A eleazirg cesspool S NStA.tswart has in Sew PngUivt SewJ-EVartT Post
a gigantic appetite with a wonderful j ,
I Itb. : aoMxiatAat :Spy
meats published to the effect that T T Westaoch k* .... 23) -WHOLESALE -
1 .. backbone of the war has been i A IT..JU y. nod fac jail.. '. J
& broken. One general predicted I A A Ford, Ls3 wade:. -40s) COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
, > : r that 100,000 soldiers would be, : M C Holnc. right-of-way 100 CU il JOHN R. WALKER Xa. T Fulton Hh ,
J PrilchArd Jt Market New York.
j Soa. feect&g 0 S3
needed to vanquish the Filipino,, M ... 9de fur jail 1 93 DEJUXK ES .
;1 'j and it looks to us as if his calculations IRS baa. bat* ** March,, April W*.0: Spcil itKstioa given to the cal of Pompano Spanish

.: were not far out. J Mead, copying miaatt. _. $it: ], Ribbons Laces Mackerel, Blue rub, etc.
y M GoUsmita, ptvs, au-x'De1 5<33 Millinery Veiling Etc. Etc. P..l1REXCIS-Ful1O: : : : and Market National Bank
? Wholesale dealer!
j C II Walton advertising 1 W ia or any Fish
4 WHEN MOST GIRLS MARRY. *, D L Gauld, eonty jod. *., 25 CO United States.Stac .
,, :. 1 J II IlAla, bjulia dr. court 35 :r- 5*famished oa application.

!' For the comfort of the American 'TJ Ockshatt, rrgU. officer.... ?2 OI FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA. ? = = 1
"ntani.h Efertric Light Co 150 ; Fruits Ia
17-- women of marriageable age, it may ,| D Gala ferrymaa ._ '
f be stated that their prospects are KACoakKng. . .
i, \ much better than those of "women F S Chafer. medicine,.. ., 1 J4>I| JOHN E. WALKER, i it (Formerly: The G. H.. lUmmoi Co.)

in the older countries says Prof. A Fro..-beroat lor J'Upu.. 14()I, Titasv &e, Fla. OUR SPECIALTIES :
f B R Wiisoa, awisttM 3(O i
" D. R. McAnally, in the Ladies .. ... "Coin hams
Ant expd for pauper 12tO !! Special"! and breakfast bacon
; Home Journal. According to ant Cocoa.t Rockkd News station
: ;* "Coin Special"
' authoritative statistician there are 17 McCOMB & CO. canned meats. ,

in the United States, as a whole, J FWd, road wwk,SId district 30.10)S I I II "Calumet" hams and breakfast ba on.
t J Meihict Iaftw'k 1st dist 2 COCO Calumet leaf
555 women to every 1,000 men,' C I'Wader, road ..ock. 3rd disl d lard.
.. .. .. Bermuda and
while ia all Europe there are 1019 M Fry, >> Homemade pure lard.

t: women to evtry lt">>0 men. The G F Fad dioa? l..bot,3rd dIst low "Peerless"
e I _,_.___ compound lard
l w in the diffcreat European R L Dix""".. taan-k u M 4JCOtO sausages
proportion Meadows.- N .. sad an Pxkisg Horns Pie dacts. Florida

states is however, variable. W II Murr*. tesfk r"**..*.Jed_to 00 Growers' and --- Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA
.{ A woman's prospect of marriage is E Sdli-C. ,,atrial foe W.hat 1144; Shippers Agents I -------- -- .-

distinctly affeeted by age. The REXia" IWdneck3bt1i4L.. .. t; $3 ; WILLIAM CLARKETsapiim Plumber
B J Stewart -
statistic of all countries show that .. .. tau i, ,
C' PS.ae kts, N W Mt! .,j
,K the great: majority of woaaea marts W H ... .. ... --
between the age of tweet}" and Spearsaa S5.arl*.. ... N .N. .. 54(0'E .(\):' PINEAPPLE HEADQUARTERS ] Fist Gas Fiitsies, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet

t thirty. Before reaching twenty a J D UAUT.J ** W(*J ,

woman has of coarse a chase of GBHiO UBmY..w, a, w... .N. M. -- aaaij 41 a I I Q-7Q T7Cr shington St., J'qC"'CV':' York.: !' Iron ml, Pimps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water closets

matrimony, bat the obeetioBs' s cbMd ... ill N ... 20t:UIItC 1! "
raised by parents qr friends to .. ... .. .* i a I P.arTsz. cw-Aar Bnistreet, or any reliable loose ia tk* tnk .Ilse S" aM fish stI&ds. Cdr ies Is of all dctripUoas KForsytJi M1.

,' marriage at a tender age frequently R Lttii.*. w ... N .". iieB hen's J'U'N&'l zefeeeecos Csereg'.ekmne las4ttd.ExrAausai ,

outweigh tbe desire of the yoweg BJHiMUwl. 001 K N USA. __ 'I 3: St., near Laara St,
E Dix. MM
woman to acquire a husband, and 6 Btart, M bs1.J...3 1b ::21-;: I I >a 1.i,}:!: JACKSONVILLE FLi.

lead her to defer the wedding day. PAMeMJa& ... N .. .. 6U r 0Wftt Frost ud PrdaneCesaicsisa flame ta Clioas+. -r. I
been Wood .. .. ... ..00
All the statistic that have FOR STOREKEEPERS ToUoTlCET
... .. 1
gathered in the United States War A Patter ... .. .. N. MCO
B Fhues, JU_
r out the statement that a weean's L\T:pa.sert, w w .. $001 T. D. RANDALL & CO.

beet chance to marry is at the age t.F P.3 sun. kbttudads 32JAeasza Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale Honse.

of twenty-five, that over six-t etis adadsperdcttoad&Dist.4, 1,.('3'R.vd ,
week 4th .ti6uift. . ... ILC&Orer..Ct
y of the marriages take place between cowrzsso-, x.......
toM asap, 4ia dbtdUovt. .made. fiDe
. "OOi I SandBJ Setting sad Suees
and and ; (3selDitksaanGeorf&C'aee
twenty that -oman'thirty, consequently Sl'Waits, 's ,N 1dA Eulj Yejetiiles Helens Fmits and Southern Prodece ;brut",4ku.per sac ... Cases.b &:ad e>xtoa es- Ceu.'Cotten, b. an aam
a chancel H Oi rszeaJ. tot*. 4th diU 144:; oU 01' Dew mace :pe increases up to,, tweaty. ve, and I.JXWaBer. loss;'. roads, Mil Jbt, SCO?I ren'ai aX Tn INGQII tbe road e+onstaatly. We only sell U) Sealer*,
Raai nit Sts d uid.H' 3bO 35 j PJ.n.oapp a SpoaiAlty.Gist : 1 ..u uulI1
teaillly decrease after that age leafs Is a.t..xL IAcn1 *U k" to oar we
I R State Bask, IxUmst ee. roW I u"f care: TU Xa .u.ta' Xaateul Bask el Ckka<, ; SMtiben bJftIIiI t.rnu u41tben.1 ,
until It reaches the vanishing point; wirau s.I .... ._ 44 4** t>n. Tlor.s shoppers a an a on. ..u..auSe ftBiuu.ccs sea e b Nt.r-
somewhere about sixty. -'J 1? &.ww, fe'ntttd pt4saoets. a" met Exckut t,er eije eat saaoey odes a wati* th rt is as n..kn BENEDICT POLLAK & CO..

3f: $4, 36 We ,t Bay St. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.



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I Men Curly nnd Kinky Hair GOODE & OOUOE-R..al Estate: and Inane. JXNXFERTILIZERSXML I '

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WJlE VoU 00 TO 1FLtlOt'R": rail at the I SP=CIA.L: PRI.CES
Rawer' :\11'1I Chas J F, Campbell
Notion8 &: (o.. .111
Kink- linery, r>
ti ry fJoo.l., {J}
n made and woven Underwear; Ferris'8Rready... ,
e't Corsets:etc, embroidery! I and' colored. silks, -TC> -
souvenir spoons, Stationery,
d d by the United States Health : '
RCIol'ts.DARRAGH HOTEL .Pir leeappleoo@. G-rO\ATers.
overlooking Indian .
& RICH New York, Rlver' homelike aremu. .
modarloM and ,goal hoard.I Rates !I.IO r
a Manufacturer day or 16.00 to $7.00 i t'r week. tl4'r
Sole a-corellnll:: to
JIeOllle location of room. 'l"rlB, rBIf' to Hlnr All Around: For't1.1.:1zoz.I: : I ;;
liAS. 1
--- T. lcIlRl1JE.Proprietor. H Price $25.OO. rr Before buying the following Materials tIC'Mire and apply) ) to Pi-

Miami. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you wo can nave you money.
I ." Subset Iptlons for the
the pink ADVOCATE Moisture ........ ...... .... .. .. ... .. ... ........ .. .. ..... ....... .. ..i... 1to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE:
not fail to read the pink paper. paper of the East Coast will be Ammonia .. .. .. ... .... ....... ...... .... .. .. .. ... .... .. ...:....;........ 5 to 6 ,
pa received I at the Melbourne potomce.T. .... .. ........... .. ..... .......................JofJ"altQ8111"hate"fAmmonla. 20 to 39 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE:
C. L. Xlmanles and baby left 1I Available riionphnrlo Acid . ...... .. ........... ......... ................... 5 to A ,'
)111. visit to relatives In M. Equal to Bone 'hoSI'bateof Llms. ............ ... ................. ............ H to 13 DISSOLVED NITRATE SODA .'
liii wec* for a l'ot."h K2 ............ ...... .... ... ................................ B to 6 BONE OF ,
ingustine.Chan Howell .Is' now clerking for C. T. Equal to 0..iteot l'otallh.J........ ..... ... .. .................,...... ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA
8111rhateof .. .................. ... TOBACCO STEMS, ,
leaves very soon on a McBride. i Ma neola etc ... .... """.... ... ..... 56 to 60 E-t'
Thompson E-I
trip to New York and othertrge J. II. Phillips |Is away on a visit to C3T" Write for Spoclal Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL: HARDWOOD ASHES: ,

( cities. relatives In Atlanta.Dr. : COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES. I I
B3T-:: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 '
of the city are plan-
Theyoung| men A. E. Lyman has gone north for ,
dance to be given at H !: prices. .
,iwr an Informal the summer, on a well-earned vacation.
hotel casino.

be Ur and Mrs. Gordon Broome expect A.We J. Ooode are pleased is much to report improved that In Capt.tb'past : Plenso Correspond with ns before being induced to buy from Denier Send for
!leave shortly for St. Augustine, where few days. Pi .
H Pamphlet. ;
Broome will engage in the practiced :

or lIr.law. wood We is regret ill, but to learn hope that to see L.him D. Lock-at his LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

J. II. Johnson and charming post of duty soon. fI1

daughter, Miss Carrie, left Saturday

Birmingham Burning to spend, Ala. the summer months i in town Joseph lately Williamson on business, of Micco and, shaking was in j J'"aokson: .villo, Florid.a.: .

hands with some of his many friends
_. .
M. Jackson jr. and little -
jlrs.( J. I
left Wednesday for a months Chas. T. McBride is having his houseon I Irtal
Visa Ethel Main street in Jacksonville, Charlotte and Washington business. CIILIItCIIEM.E.iscol'AL isWo would esteem the favor If onr
put good before
Jackson's mother at her shape ..
jjsittoMrs. In wish .
Gainesville. moving into It, which he intends to do en routa. The ADVOCATE: joins Showers have been coming regularly ors, when writing or calling upon
old home soon. ing these Indies u pleasant trip home, every few Graham and Louis and a most enjoyable summer, hoping would mention the ADVOCATE.
Mr. and Mrs. S. the truck growers. Htrvlren 2tul suit 4th Snmliijrn In each etc,
Cole left Wednesday for Vermont, where Charles Farran, who has spent the to see them both return to Walden cottage month, at II u, tn. allli 7:30: ) p. m. Sunday school ----- ,
Graham will manage the. Montvert past month at Hotel Carleton left last next season in the full enjoyment Mrs J. 1'. Wilkinson's little grand- every Sunday at u.10;: a. m. : >er at
Mr. of lIddletown Springs during Wednesday for his home in Cincinnati, of robust health. daughter has been spending) a few daysat 8 |>. m. on \\'OlIIlCMlla'II.*. Litany. service\ every E. W. Itiiirlngton, principal graded
hotel, much to the regret of his friends here. Eldora this week. Friday at 10 a. in.Arrliileucon. school, Quincy, Hu.( wiltos: lluvo used
the summer. II. K. HIIOWN, Hector. Ir, M. A. Simmon Liver! Medicine !.".. f

Quite a number of 'workingmen are Mr. and Mrs W. W. Baiden left here Point. Wreckage from the steamship General yonrs. Cures nervous headache, chrnnlci

busily engaged clearing the ground for last Monday for their summer home in City Whitney, which foundered Hveck ago, HA1T1ST CHUltCH.KCCOIH constipation, I Indigestion, to1111tIv\ ('r,,

die new hospital building. The founda- Oswego, N. Y., but we look forwardto has not washed ashore yet. Freachbigevery and! fourth Runilayk foul breath, )1\ grippe.' Ilnyo hadenonghl .

don will be laid within the next ten their return, as usual, In the early Gussy Wingood has accepted a posi- morning and evening. Prayer Mviaingii evvrjrpilnfHiln.v of Xelllu's and /lll.ick Draught bolngr I

days) fall. tion with Mr Chester, of this place. LaGrange.John \\ awning at 7Hi: ) o'clock: Hmulnj "just us good. They don't fool mo again
I Hcliool every' Huniliij atO:41n. in. Also |>n>arh-
A. R. Thompson and family leave this Major E. C. Graves has been over on a Sheriff Brown of Titusville, spent a hog tint Sunday at UiOriinno All are cordially ,
their future home in Geor- yihlt from Melbourne Beach, looking as few days in town this week on business invited to attm+d.
reek to
Carlilo came home Sunday, to }: N. HKI.L: I'ustor. Remember that the INDIAN RIVKIIADVOOATK
As of the Miami hotel, jolly and fat as ever. The east !side Is with T. A. Robinson.
;pI. manager the place to live and keep well-so look after his hogs. 1 t does all kinds of job printingat
!Ur. Thompson has made many. friends, says and short notice. Send them an order '
the Mrs. O. F. Laney two daughters,
major. Henry Carlile left for Jupiter for along METIIOPIST CHURCH.
iho regret his departure. of Jupiter, are spending some time with and be convinced that It Is the place to- I
Mr."and Mrs. F. C. 'Irwin and little Faustina. stay, on Monday. Regular ncrvlce* every nr,t, tlilnl anil fourth huvo job done.
Mrs. A. Faber, of l piloting) :
last week the Sim ,
Within the telephone daughters: Carrie and Mildred left here and Airs. Pritchaid out t
has extended theIr line to Capt. were I4chool every Sunday at ini;1"1><> a. in. Kpwnrtl T ,
Fred Block made a trip to Tropic Sunday
company last Monday for their home in Chicago.We driving through our town, one day this League earn Suiuliiy at 3JW: |>. ni. i'rajer nicotInn -
Buena Vista and Lemon City. After a miss them very much and will look last, and some folks surmised that week.G. very Tliumdny night at 7 ::1"1< ) o'clock The [Send ADVOCATK an order for nny
while a line will be run to Little River forward to their return as usual next he went to call on a young lady. Uultim' Aid Society inectit every WmlneRilay job printingthe you need.]
at 3 AID welcome churchnervlcen.
ud Alapattah Prairie. B. Gardner Is having muck hauled : p in. Every body at our
fall. Vegetable growers of this place con- ........ :
onto the Terry place It. R. .Chaudoln
Tennis has again become popular tinue to make shipments to northern Ilev. A. D. I'JoNNItI'a ttlr.
very Last Friday Miss Louise Mitchell left has the job. _
and bids fair to continue so during the for her home In Sumpter, S. C., after markets and are still receiving fair
manner. Mrs. Forrest Lake and Mrs. spending a pleasant winter with her prices for them.A. We are soon to have our shell road extended CATHOLIC CIlUnCH.Hervlce ,1
towards : Won't that be
Julian A. Carpenter have resumed Fridays sister, Mrs. J. II. Baker. Miss Louise N. Mathers and family and .T. R. tInt when It I Is at 10 a, III. every Rnniluy' In '.1 BUTTER
as their days for entertaining their has made a host of warm friends timing Mathers, returned home the first of the completed.D. Church Imllillng, North "Itu vllle. ('hlhlren" ..

friends with the game; Mrs. Harry Tuttle her visit here who hope to see her return week after spending 'several days at B. Prltchard and T. If. Johnson oateohUm at a I'. in.Ray J. F, O'HovLK, Rector \ il

trill continue Mondays, and in the in the near future Tropic picking and shipping their cropsof called on R. R. Chaudoln one day last C? OF FLORIDA, 0wtc
Dear future Miss Kitty McDonald will beans at that place. week, and found Rob's trees looking
Last Friday evening the Mesdames P.
like Wednesdays. well. MUNICJIMI.
P. Powell and C. H. Stewart entertainedthe One night; 'last week some mischievous -, ------ Y I
The reception to the officers of the social club and a number of friendsat boys of this town threw the old truck Chub Mendel, while )picking; bonus t In 4CROWN

steamship Lincoln Thursday eveningas Hotel Carleton with a ball and dainty that haH been used for conveying goods the hammock Monday, placed his basket TOWN COUNCIL. w

a great success. Speeches were refreshments. Prof and Mrs. Schubert from the steamboat landing into the down on the coil of a b-ft. rattler, and,, Mayor! Ailhomnr llraily; aldenucnIJno.I M

made by Rev.V.. W. Farris, Capt. J. II furnished the music for the evening, and liver, but so far it has not been ascertained parting the vines, had his hand on tin laiihlen Dlxon, ,,V.K.1 It... llraily Knox;, mmcminri Jno. It. Walker John' ,llenryi D. L.

Welch and Dr. W. S. Graham, bidding it was one of the best affairs of the season who they were snako's head 'Ask Chub if he was clerk and IreBHiireri (e. H. Schiiylur: nmridiiil, "
tie officers and crew bon voyage. John -so said all who wire present. scat ed. and collector: M. H. Jones jr The council JACKSONVILLE.

Haddox, the purser", responded in behalf Dancing was kept up until long after --------- meet IIm TnoNilny In Iu'li month. ,

of Capt. Marr and the crew in a midnight. Daytona. St. Augustine. -
try able manner. Choice selections of : INDIAN RIVER QUAKim. '

music were then rendeiecl by Misses -Please write us whenever you fail to F. M. Palmer, of Chicago; ran down W. F. Babbit, manager of the Hotel Drill at the Armory, over county jail, every '
Balm, Blown, Thompson and Farris, assisted ruemlny evening In the month, at 8 o'clock.i I II
receive the ADVOCATE. week have look at his
by Messrs. Enloe and Ash mead. last to a new News company, has left for the north. i IL };. MIM8.III., Cal'tilin. .

At ten o'clock refreshments were served, Hldgewood home.G. R. King Gibbs has gone Darien, Ga., Ask your Grocer for

and loon after the happy gathering bid Eau Gallie. II. Matthews has taken charge of where he will visit relatives for some ;
farewell to the Lincoln and her gallant the City hotel which has been refurnish time. I10AUD OK TRADE. t "4 Crown" Butter.
romnunders. ( ed and put In tine order for guests. Meet every second Wciliicmlny night In each
On Monday, after breakfast, the last month st.b:( ) o'chmk In roonii over iioMolllce.
W. If. G. Scott is home for a few day J. A. Maahs, who was managing the of St. Augustine's famous hostelries Judge !M.H. Jones, |president| Wu,. M. Jlrown, Take no other.

-Please mention the ADVOCATE when this week.G. Volunteer last season, bas accepted the closed for the season.. truuntuer) J, (. Hunt, oecretary.

'riting advertisers. this position of bookkeeper for R. D. Knight
F. Paddison Is down the river ,
for Wm. C.
Work on the now building
week, on a business trip. & Co., Jacksonville.Dr. Middleton, at the corner of Ih Idge and COUNTY IIFFICEItS.SCHOOL TRY BUG DEATH

The steamer Silver King, Capt. Ramsey F. II. Williams has returned to Charlotte streets, has commenced

Georgiana. is now performing the Banana river New York. He >has been with us for JlOA Ill). 1
Dame Rumor says that Jno. L. Canova
here In
mail service. many months, laving( cores ; will figure in the contest for city mar J. M. Dlxon, Tltimvlllei It. N. Andrews / ON GROWING 1
search of health, which we are glad to Cocoa t H. F. UlbliM, Melbourne ,
:Mrs Taylor has moved to the reblfeoce W. II. H. Gleason !left for Lemon City know he found.Dr. shal; and that Albert Kellar will also .

d she bought of F. A. White. last week, to look after real estate interests take an active part In the canvass. VEGETATION.
G. :M. Wallace and family have
in that vicinity.Rev. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Mesdames Smith and Owen and daughKrsand to Oiniond to live. Mu. Wallace We are sorry to announce the deathof -

Mr. Werning were the guests of"Irs. J. B. Hawk, of Melbourne, :gone has: two brothers and :i sister these We the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mendel W. H. LuUrangei Sharpie Sharpen J. It., Walker chairman lltimvlllei I ,7onriih+ u An Insecticide and I

A. B. Carter on May Day. preached to the Methodist congregation shall miss the doctor's portly figure and Copps, which occurred at their home on Jno. Iloimton Eau (;Jnllle; .1.N Waller Ankona. U "

A. L. Bruner and have moved last Sunday afternoon.L. genial smile. He was one of the early Spanish street Saturday morning. The Regular ieii lon,are hold Jlr.t Monday In each DErl! Plant Food .
family little due fiRS five months old, and had month '
loto S. \y. Biuner's house which he of the Narrows, shipped settlers In Daytona.Our U
rrceetly B. Dawson, been ailing but a few lays Coinbinei.a. .
> purchased from P. C. Hainlin. 200 crates of beans through here last builders and workmen generallyare 11.1 r. e.. Ii..
with her sister COUN'fOFrrICIAI.R, a" NCww My / rI4 ,
arrivedhere Mrs. A. N. Maxwell, ,
The steamer Spartan the for
Mrs. Sunday.
D Theda Hall left} last week, fore Sunday morning from the lower the quite A over number prospects of new residences Mrs. KincaId, and children, have closed Minor R. JOI""' ", Tltnuvllle, circuit, Judge) D. ADVANTAGES OF USE
Land where she summer L. (Jauld n, Tltnuvllle, M.
expects to spend the loaded down with beans. the Stono Cottage and gone to Lexington county judge| Easy to apply wind does not blow' Ik-
summer with her river just are to go up, to say nothing of OohlHinltli, TltiiHvllle iiromtciillng attorney) ,
Ronson. sister, Mrs. here the additions, changes etc. Some workis Ky. Mrs. Maxwell will spend nextseason A. A. Stewart.TItui.vlle, dork circuit court; J. off, and rain will not wnsh It off Prevents .
F. P. Wilcox, of Detroit, was under abroad and the' :Stone: Cottagewill JI'. Woolen, COCOA tax assessor; Y.. W. Hall, blight. Non-poisonous and will
the wholesale to be dune on the Ridgewood: 'I'I tllM\l lIIe, tux collector John
Charles Tuesday, representing General and Mrs i Henry Tluuvllle ,
bo occupied by
Werning came up from Grant, of D. M. Ferry & Co. In conversation Contractor Krabbenschmidi's super treasurer J. II. Hum, Courtenay niiimrliiteNd- not Injure except Insect life ;
Sunday, and will carry the mall from seed house Wilcox stated that he was vision. We hear also of a large additionti John M, :Scholluld. eat public) limtriictlonj; u. Krl .TIUi ivllle, an excellent pant food, and will Increase
this place to Mr. coup ifarveyor; J.1*Jlrown,Tit!:" iherlff. growth of Send for circulars and
Coquin-v. Charlie will
Colonnades of crop.
give taking orders for Valentine and ear. the -fifty looms rumor The recital given by the pupils r
C l od service as mall earlier.I'ncle not seed beans for early delivery hath it. I Mrs. Mary R. Hernandez at her studio testimonials from those who have used

and Auntie Hughes spent a ly(August Refugee), and that no seed beans couldbe Thocoquina walls of E. T. Conrad & last Saturday night, proved a most enjoyable -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon It. Try It-It DAXFOHTII will do all we claim.
pleanaut; atternoon, Monday, calling at obtained before November. The Go's, new store are about finished; the affair to the parents of the pupils Indian Itlver ? If you do, write the Or Loornlnstcr Mastv.,

w. \\ lUeltl.s, Mr. Kingman's and also prospect for an early crop of beans seems iron front in place and the roofing limbers and friends who attended. The studio Indian River Heal Estate Agency, Titus U. J. Martlnny Gen'l ,
beautiful Agt.Jacksonville
docoiated with ,
Grandma Munson's. very poor. will soon be In position. The roomis was lavishly yule, Flu. See page .t I. eThe !
cut (flowers and ferns, and several lyres, Kb.
F. )W. Lyman )left for his A. Hardee of Sebastian, was here so long that Mr. Conrail speaks of a covered with
Thursday, K. track while the walls were pictures .
homein' telephone and bicycle to connect ..-
to locate ---------- ----
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WIsconsin. arrangements --< -- ---
lIe will off at week making -- ---
stop last walls of all of the loading composeis.Have
and west ends. The have
iareral the east
places at this point. He
the make fish business
on to his
: way, so as
the substantial look and the
change Frank Shore an extremely ,
boats. ,
of climate
will eight pnhl
more gradual. run
effect In a town of wooden your subscription ?
of Cocoa has general
Fred Fisher, .'
been manager running for two boats here all winter, stuctures unique. It will be occupied If not, please do 110.o Monarch of Strength 1'
-lC six about June 1st, and R. S. Maley will
five more.
you put on or
are In search of bargains, and will shortly
old Conrad
read thll and Ricou then move Into the store.
ADVOCATE columns carefully. Messrs. Scobie, of Titusville, ]Nu llurryv
of Eden, are said to be contemplating Our friends, the Romanltes, look fort
-, removal to this point. ward with great rejoicing to the beginnIng Meek-Doctor, any wife has Iho lock ]

and Mrs. C. L. of work on their chapel about the jaw. LION
of Mr. lyes
Bovine. The friends their health middle of next month. Their lot is on Doctor-That's bad. I'll hurry around
will regret reaching to learn Grand Itaplds.poor Irs. Ives Palmetto avenue, between Volusla and to your IIOUH at once and BOO what I 1 ;

J. '1'. since lier last Magnolia. For yeais Father 0'Hoyle'. can do to relieve her. ,
Snell fall horn ..
Is .
still suffered a \
shipping beans. little flock has been worshiping In halls aboutit .... ....
severe bruises, which : Jltt-ks-Oh. there's no hurry "r : \ ;.t1
3lhs I March receiving a I'
home n len Miller spent Sunday at her thought, to be healing nicely at the here and there, knocking about from I Drop in the latter part of next week

In Melbourne. time were she left for home; but her physicIan pillar to post, and It vlll be a great day it yon ain't too busy.-Chicago News.Matrimony. .
for them-a time of thankful rejoicing/ .... <
Everybody al sh'ould fears that blood poisoning may 1/ Yt
d the newsy pinklpapert Coast result.now Mr. longtimeit when,. at last, they find themselves athome. ''LcAIlOLVTJSLY COFFEEo'

health for a Is / Deeply sue considered the possible '
JVr5/i| the Otwell of Bahia, made a short feared that his malady Is diabetes. Miss matrimonial proposition she was tip

ridge Sunday morning Helen Ives, who has been attending Eldora.Very she shook her head. ..,.... ,
*" against. Musingly > .Ii! -- ,
her .
with 'j
4l Laura Hduston and 'Gene Klni- school In Canada, Is now favorable Then ct-rtoH, having given her head
drove over from Eau Gallie Sunf ents. We hope to hear more ( I't'IlB.) \
Ii on have the shake there wan naught to do but
reports In the near future. high tides prevailed all follow the dictate of woman' unrest Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all pure poffee. '

the first of our pleasant win- week. JournaL freshly roasted, and Is sole I only In one-pound sealed, I I
Wln heart.- Indianapolis
Among her
ate and
arDlMr8- daughter guide- -
were visitors the home ter residents to arrive, and among the Mrs. S. P. Walsh has been very ill for packages. Each package wage II mako/40 cups. The packs .
'If fr.i 1 "Iallle, last Sunday. last to leave for the north, Is Mrs. Bar- the past week. Is sealed at the Mills ever Didn't Wnnt to MU.BridgetThere's weakened. It has a dellcl ous flavor. Incomparable '
p> t klV'ave been quite numerous the bour charming, whose hospitableFriend.it Each Mrs Harry Roberts, of Mimi, spent in the parlor strength., It Is a luxury with in tho reach of all.
a with her P. W. Rob u
here son
two and Sunday
dogs and horse being ,
bittenceo' one winter they come with eagerness wants to roe air Insist on "Llon"i I Coffee : I
ne of the dogs died. leave with regret-the month of month erts. !fr, Ardnp yon I'll be there in a rainote. Never ground no r; old In bulk. r .
Rufus; s&warS moved his family over having been quite the pleasantest C. S. Houston made a trip to Shlloh Non Genuine wit:hout Lion's. head. .'.t
hero him take chair.
Ask to
last Mrs. Barbour said last look after his vegetable a o due not ba,. Lion Coff.. )
i Thursday. of the season, as Sunday, to crop In bli ton*
.7Sttled They are pleasant- wbeu leaving. Sirs. Bridget--Hare, sir he Bays bo's goingto .md u* ol. aim aDd iddroM rant w*
I half In their home about a (mile and Sunday morning summer home at there. take all the fnrni tare. He's from the If your Grocer .,uh.tliul pUr II on. H!. Ib.r. Uv not accept

"!td I to11orth of the postoffice. We are Verona N.goes Y.ande Mr. Friend to Patterson P. W. Roberta and fl. J. Illgglnboth- installment corapany.- Brooklyn Life. tar WUULttuN SPICK CO.. Tulwlu, Ohio. I
these to ,
midst. pleasant people at St. Augustine, am went to Oak Hill Saturday last, on
:i. J., stopping



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SUCCESSFUL I CALCIUM. Florida East Coast Ry Florida Central & Peninsular Railroai

EVERY: who raises fruits, That the Earth WaaU B* D.rh .
.f This Clra>*... APRIL
TIME TABLE xo. 20. ix EFTECT 11, 1m.
vegetables, berries or Though lime In its many form I* limo Table. Effect Apr. U. 1899.

one of the most < knows by experience I
grain with on this -.rtb..et the essential I .. Ness-

the importance of having a element which goes to the composition b.uT1 Q' iJTi t = :1 ; >! :. I
td f .: : I = JsSfa I i
of lime fs not by any mean a familiar '. 1 .. *:a.LT' ............. :":fcSTsS; .== "= =i.j == ic=y >i'JrORTHERT I P015TS.fsspli 't" SS10"; : 31 i''S h 1;=
ofPotash .. Jackwartb ..................... ArnLar "' r- ':I.. ... .. IK'S_ i
large percentage body. Ail* well known to everyone InpHa.am.NN......N.N.-ALAogs.tta*.......................- Ia f .. _1 3 .1-f-C r dal 0 __O r
who ha learned lime i f ts,1114.tat...._..._..._.....,11tAagtatn. ................_......Anivcsg 1 au? t .. -'.-,---. ? .Tflle TEC 4ial -=
any chemistry, < !!!r U '".. ........................ .. BaMUn ..........................1As I e6a ; sat t Tit9 N. Aurustine .. It.2M 83> 1
L'f. ArI
the result Cf the nnkn between oxygengas X111 ... Area ..... ......... ...h.... h..k&. .. ....... _.... Lea. 19te .. I... ..I" .; :: :::j Ilia 6enp.Lr .JKk'ftDe"' i".. ": 'Ma..... 1'J"8Ma" ..
and the metal caldam. This very t-i.i. L-.. .. .............. ..rte..... ... .... .......Arrtr* I tlOa ..15 4 t, ,12r'a.i.j..., .! *> LT--v. .Takoe.. ....A1))f .....' 1IM....... /55p ens..

remarkable element, calcium is. bow .ArTi'". ...... ...... ... ..... fraa }iat -> ._ ...... ........ Lt.. 4k7:rh .. II 5 :':::: t s:. .:.. ,. '.,pjAr .Fernandlrra..Lv .'.''.'..''. a f soa.ma. ::....... ,15pi 7 am .
stop earn!
ever never foond in nature unless in L*.T* ............ ............__'"1l. t_ .... ... .... ....... Am*- ......... 1. "..."....I1U.r- .... .. IetprAr..Ererett..A.... ,AI' .. Br.oewkk..Lv ...... ..... 4 Grip ...,
neb intimate chemical on ion with some' i 'iMrTh, ".................._- a Palatka .......................za- 4 ... ... ..., ..I r..J. ..d'. iUlpAr.. hnJluh. ...L" ...... b4'i......... Jr.p.. ,
I U V ..-.........-...........0nIa..t........................... e f 1+t .. ....'. .,..U.-.v' !};?... .. .U8IIa.L"! 'anauJa .. .A ...... SW In his fertilizers. If the fer other element like oxygen cr chlorine -ii5iwS ..N................-... Darnoa ......................... r "A .. ...' ... ..f"- 2e3A"Ar. Fa.trfas.8. C..L ... .. *! .ana 12MaIZlOa "
that the characteristic properties cf the : t w 1 : .._...... .......;.pat Oraar. ....N............. .... .- 1'1". ila :,. : ::: ::I 2 <-.IaenmarkSC": ..... .. JOIoa alb :: ::
tilizer is low in Potash theharvest j t t ....... -.... *- JII; ...................... .:... .I ,\.. ...I i ,,..l.......133.1, Aagaas. Ga. 1..5. ,...a ...
too metal are disguised. To see calciom II.I j 1 I : ...-.... .......... (** HiD .:.......... ............ 4i: .....,......I... 4-* ....., 443a:! CohUBbIa.8.C. ". .. ..I 112-, ...... !._-I': ,
I self yoo most go to the chemical lot ra- I'I tdgi ... .................._...Ttra.r Ip.......................... : 2 I 3LIt ...... ... .!.. ...,I .... .''II-a',' .. 'pan.aa..1.SC.. .:.. 9"p ............ ..: .
is sure to be small, and ( s* % ..; .......Q aUI"I" .. .. I ... __ ... y.. I.. ............ 1.T ....... 2/1/1'....... .....: ... ,
I tory where by 1D Dima. prooe*'ee the j I I -.... 1.a .............. ... ..."" cP .....::..::.::.:.::.:... .. 1 ...... .. ..... I ...; 6 4'P...... ia., :. Cha11oCte.N.C. .. .... J.2Ip1...... 8ISav ,. ... .
of.inferior shy element is temprrarily diverted _.... s5 ..... ...... .... "Boekli"; ......................... ...'..". ......1 .... .-1.. N 4a : Sa3L bury.N C. ...... p ...... ..".
quality. t I! _. if _............ M....... Ka: ..O ae.-. fr..1..N.. ... .....'i ... 11-":..... UWip; Greeraboro.r.' C" ..... 2 2fIp ...... b area ,..'.1,...
from its onion with the oxygen or other i -..". ...... ................-hhbnarat....... ... .......... .. ,t ii&i...... .... ....."j...... U3f..J. .. .. 13 p DaDYiDe.T"a. .I....... Sop ...... tl.a.,. .
Oar books ten sboat the proper Pert unn body for which it has so eager an afinIty. :' .' ...... rP ................._.....-KVwtead --............. ... .... ... ... .... .. .. 6tra'. .-" .. RJdJd.T"a. ... .. 12 om ...... .IlOOnS. \- '
t .. i ...... ... .......ku__ ..._..................: -. 11 .J .. .. ....1.... .' H"..., 7'L. ", .. .. .. .. "" p ..'. .
fx all crop, tad we w31 gladly send t'x9jrre |t ..... jp2 ...........:.....?.......,&. Laew ......................_.. .. |ICt ..... ....... .... ..f.I .. '.. 47th I..,.I i:!'p .. ulottttdrilie, ..::.. 22ISp ....: IZZtaSWa: .. .... ".....
to any farmer.CEK.1AN. Tboogb meet of o* have never teen a __ I S .-......................For FVrc......................... 141.1.....: ..... ...-..... 73'.f.-...._ fs/p .. -..-..biD'- .. ... 11 B4: ...... ..'.2np ..
( ..._. 141p1 -. ..N....................... .,$4. -.......................... r.AI...... I .....'11-".< -Itl- ...... 9 ... .. ...... 7 uup... d'I
KAUf WORKS. particle of caldam it may well be j .. .............................-- .-......... .......... .... .. ..... .: :: .:::::::::.: t'Ca Il tea .2"J'1Iiladfolpbla"\ ...... -1.. ..... .U.'P .. .... ..::
r doubted whether there' i* any element 1 I N:". Sa'9. ..................- ttoartTO .. ...................... .N ...... .... ., ,......' SSJa. .. XewTork ......121-1.: ....... 2LOt. ......
NauM 54,Nrw Tsrk; f....:.. ............... ... _Pl.b.t.as1' .... .. j. .. .
J N e .... ... .. .. .. -.Barton...... ...... a() ..... ....
more important to tb* T .. earth cr more widely diitntated over j _... Uof ..**.........*.. iva W" p fcJ3al Beek......... ..... ... .. *i..J i...... .... .... LT .Jctsonf111 ..... ..... ,
j __. ............. ............ Deynre. .........., .............. ... .Set .- .. ; r .'.II.V> tOp" Ar.... CTcrett .... ..... ..... 8M' 4
it. Cslciom abounds in every eciL Calf f .-.. 14 : ..................... D e..ra r .......... ..... .. .. .. ...: N3ea ::::::.I I.::::: .. ::: 52na I .. .... Atlanta ... Ai........... .1..1. 634 j I"
STAGE GLINTS. dom I* in the waters of the sea. The I| _... sty ......................Fort L xVrd*!..........::........... .. i .._. 4Hpt...... ..... ....... 53 11 ..(battanooea.. :: ..... ..... 10- p .5. Jfr
i _... lit .. .......... ..... ***, .I I 61rp ..
N..N. LrRMaOtr. ... ........... .11.1.| ..... .. L.. ........ .
cop of spring water owes mochrtf its invigorating .. > .... .. ... ...... ...... .. ; .aDdDaa ..
.... iJj! > ArrlT .. .. ._..... ..... .Miami _. .. ...... .......... i ai:..... '

"LJttl Mist JCchodyr taj dond it* freshness to the calcium ( BKTWKKX NEW: SMYRNA! A D ORA.MiK CITY JL>CTIOX.I 2c& 34 otters eoaseedno Rtao .kt. arrhilll: Brunswick 1I:3 f'.m.

sexton which it holds in solution. The white j Wit I' *TATJO53, Xa.. i Xo. 4 For Ncv OrVaa*. tries leaves Jck-oaTille s'a ... m.. with tbroath steepen, a,,

cliffs which have given the name of Albion AVl4 WaTr. .. .... ... .......... riTior>r.Odro.ne:.'a. '". OBT tbroozB sleeper. line. Arrives Jackjonrtl from New 0,
E. S. \ViMard' America tour ha > w Mmrraa ...... .. ......... .Ar 12 **P
are but cue of the many form of 4 pp IIn..1 r......_.................. Leak.R.rt41p117Q "................ ....... LT 11K& t&; kaasNpaSsuan.ulF.3eelev leares JarbmTlOe for TatUha_ at 7 30 m.SLEETtXO .
been at.aDd Eej. caldam. ..._ .............. .O sage City ................_.._.. U o.p **? p.
4 asp ll as.'Ar.......... .. .. ._.OrupatYJ ..... .._.... _..... HI&J* Qjp CAR SERVICE.
W. IL Power will write 'Tbe IvyLeaf' Try to imagine what this earth would j{ AH trsta. "'"- s.. Sarna &J d OTMJ* Qty J.- Ducexo 5G.11day. 'V<.. iad> this '
sraionTbeodare be like if atrium were withdrawn. \ 5eeE-via Athevflk. -

Babcock: has replaced John The tirds could not lay eggs. The sea ,:! KEYVEST AND HAVANA. dos.33 tad 34 arrr ifcrnwtm steepen brt-weea Jvksonrill and and Sew Tork.In eonnectlon witit (
tad u tad:aa4 14 vita P>Bnaa Sleepers tttaecu Jacksonville Tampa.Xo.3
Kellard in Stuart Bcbena's outnpany. could produce no shells. Man and other TS rtj __n ce.... neri EMI 0.-. Ft.aa.aip OIeJaaY are appnsted to rfl os fon.wv: earri rtBCiaBati.FVrkU aIM Havana Limited from JacbOn'l1Ile to Atlanta ani
Cbtttaamca aM CiaeiBcaU. This H hrovefcs to Jack onvtl a br Xo.a:.
animals could need bare bone : :
Lain Tabor will play her old role of I to very :j Sfam CHr of riB Miami. 11:3r PIlL Tn_iaT. and .Fndars. AITIT Key All lrir nfl boe sheeted fro a Corn Depot Ticket will still be told at the city tick/
: Madge, this scaacn. ta the drama. 'In different trod those which they at pre ,j! Nat to RMI 1JO PL m.. Wcdaesxiays Mtordaya. Traia *i connectsa.d a'Sce.2 Hooa; Sleet.a* +*11 at at tW Cntoo depot ticket office. ,

Old Kentucky i eDt possess. Buildings would in great rros K..y WitB' Itt.a =r.W. I LA.SIUFMANA.G.P..1. T.C.WRIGHTDii.Faei.Ant.,202 W Bay cj I
part vanish. Even the hills and morn .., Direct. From K.r Rut J.M B. m. W4'I ..s.,. and Saturdara. Arrive A. O. MacDO.VEUL Gen. PaM. A eot.
s Yeraer Clarge ha been engaged by 'I Mt.mt5:3Ja m. Tlulr-fAY"9.t_ Saodava. coonertln: ?1rIt" train a.et..m.rrp ;
tains would to a considerable extent disappear. -
Joseph JtStrxa as a member of his )1Fras MUmt. i a. ax ;Ion eye aad TLondaja. Amr Key
for this season.Angaries Probably a very large part of ..! t. and ,''West : p. DA. Mood T. aB r company the total mac cf this! earth would betaken I,*. HaYa..IIa&me> || dtja. Arrive Ue..ana' a. :aa. Toeaoay aDd rridava.i I

Thomas i fornlsh Stuart away if all the calcium were to ,,' .......a a From HaTaaa sailiac direct for laml 11 a. ra. Tavsdsys

Robson with a third comedy, which be removed. ': a..thb..rd K-7 W.., ooancSat and Friday with Arrive tria )r s.(lava! SLID. WedAHday and SatunUvs. i (fJ)

will be prodnced next spring.Edwin ,
Without caldam world inhabited I|I T\av Ta& av ta* MIBM as woes tr.ta*tad boat our... .ip aed to airiT*...
Milton Boyle will take his in the same manner as our present' abode tega.ts: t..4werr. aad .aybt.1d r amjal or drpartvr* Mli ttntaa I. 3outliernRailway
!i I 1It&M4 ta* :.. ttIf r* p tibi. (or any daiay or eAT
sketch the would be
"Captain Impodence. to clearly impossible. There are >, -..._TarMaff tatrafioaxBM
Loaded Palace Marie ball next March. it may be lowlycrganism en this earth r- Y ot -.. t* con ..:J>t 23S Wat Bay Su-..JackaMTm*,or addnai ;

George IL Broadhorst I* already at to which caldam. is apparently of no i. J. P. DICYWTTH.Tr.& Kaaa<--J\. ... amt J. P. EAHXPt. A. a. y. A.

>r work on a new farce which he wiU appreciable C'ODHqUflJt"e.ad it i* conceivable -

': hue completed in time for production I!, that a world of living type of
kind could be constructed without BETWEEN TITUSVItJJE AND SAXFORD.SOCTHBOCXD. Florida.
'( hest sestca.z' acme : ... Excellent Service Out of
jo ; the aid of that particular element which
'z' Helena Mora will hitrodnea the closet XOETHBOCXD.Tickcta -
I'" is generally so indispensable en our Effort& U. 1899.5TATIOXS. .
arxne fray Hamlet" this with ''I. EAST WEST:
amon Xo. u. NORTH .
globe. Bat neb a. world woold be totally ,
Hyd'a oomedJana: playing the role of !i Hued X"1d
j' different from that world which we
tH Dac : \
: moody
;" .' yoong know. Under present! conditions the S1 ,
Oarid L."thJOlthe handtotne. young ,i and cf calcium __ N M as L... .... Tmt nu.E. .......A5- Se>p
significance importance WKaatLT.... .. La Cnacc ....A"1 543 THBOXTGH rULTSLUT DRAWING ROOK CARS THOBOUOHTARE"
fcariton of "The Ballet Girl" company I in oar economy can hardly be overestimated t WSaai L............ .Mlak '........Azj sr poi pod.1t .
at 1M Park theater, baa bad an U$3 ...Lv..Tarab.n..Ar COACHES VZSTXBT7ZJSD TRAINS.
... ... i
; UMajaLT. .Auaau&.r :
I offer to tar nest aajoa from a prominent Attention has been drawn to the Importance t llSaaiLT........ KaJ'OW1l.Ar:
manager. of calcium on the earth. We 1144 am Lr..Cow Creek. Ar
nil!' a. Lv..Oftera....._..Ari. 5'1': NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
have now to add that this came e1emeDt.ppean j 1226 as Lv..Garsesd..... ......Ar
APHORISMS. to be most widely distributed n. a. L. ... -. .1areryrie. ....Ar'J ;!, l Tareei Testfa ed Dnwiq-Booa Lil.epinr Can between Tampa sad 1York.,
; Jack.osvil3e.oTa&aak aad OObUR1u.. without dt.up.
i J U. .. Lv..Eateeprire ....e... ..A.Ij, vm
among the various' bodice in the uni l ** |wAr. H. Saaford...,._. J.y' j
Nothing ago* like Luiness.-Eolwer.KindcaM versa Among the most remarkable feature UNITED STATES FAST \AIL."
rr vtn ao. b*MId to it tfa i !*- &aafonl aad via ticketa to
is the 'gc deu chain by in the photographic spectrum of MIdI f UuiM. d ..?.carlia<. to honored. oaf*. C.C. ITy tntas Tkkkeuym be *ed Saaf*rd PaCataaDrawtr; Boom Beret Se.piag Car between JaekaOBTQlB end 27.., Tort
which society U boond together. the con are two very broad and very I to EaMrprtM tad vies TTTU. na eaTaaaaa aad. 1UILbu...

r A man of integrity will never lilteD dark and very ccnspicooos line In I

to any plea again CUUlCience.-BCXDe. every photograph of the ultra violet'\i Ii Embracing. Lynchburg. Charlottesville
i light cf the con these lines stand forth Washington Baltimore! and Philadelphia.
II* who commit injuatie i* erer ,
wo boldly as to arrest attention: .
more ,
made more wretched than be who raffeza I J"tIbaaa Dr wTaj-Eac.a Saegtag Car to 1.aooQ. Atlanta, Cbittinooga tad
:y it.-Plata than any other feature cf the spectrum.It h..... "-d
I had been known that these line were

': ;:. A man cannot lave a better legacy to r. doe to caldam. but there .were certain Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to .
: the world than a well educated family. I ITbomu %' 3
difScclties connected with their interI
t' [ Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
r I I I I pretation. Some recent researches by I I I II
When die for have'' ""
a great man *, yean Sir William and Lady Hoggins "LAND OF THE SKY.
't a; light he I ITW behind him lie* on the. ,,

{ paths of men.-Longfellow. ([I terthat I|I r' fy I r- Daily LlaUt4 Trams For CUtclaaati via Everett.car .

We are always complaining that ocr ) a spectrum demorstratta that the re- I

day are few and acting as thought i mutable element which enters into the d.tafl.d 1cq.aloe ... ,
i r as Ie ex? .rbedrtk a1 ep&ng car rserratkioj., apply toLay
?t .' there would be no sad of theia.-.-Seoeoa. j i composition of limeoo this earth is also I! I ar-s CIl tU r oetMw R.IL'T a ice.tiraaeetr.at
S In These line have indeed
3 > No abilities however vplendid. can*' the son. same I>'

labs- been:< detected in the photographic ha 1 1I f E. W. HUNT. Florida Pass. Agt. tIt West Bay Street Jacksonville!', Fla
cf other bodies. Thai
". spectrum many
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i the interesting fact it established that ,
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iewart.do I Ta:r Naaater. tft1a. Pu. Agt. .-.0-. PaM A t.
,l '. I this particular element which play a : I "*' -C'-. 11 C. .. W ashiE.toa, 1)C. Auaota.Gi(
: inqnUitire man is a creator natnrally -|) put so remarkable on ocr earth is not ': April to. 1899.3LVLLORY.
I / very vacant of thooght itself aDd i ,, I .
s peculiar to cur globe, but that it i* <
h\\ therefore forced to apply to foreign U-\\1 I diSus-ed far and wide throughout the !I
*' ..iUDoa.'uele.. 1 1'When II J.l
oniverse.: -Sir Robert Ball in Bomanitarian. i I t J

i' we w"oald. with utmost delectation .i Psfo '

r .f single tome monster from the I STEAMSHIP LINE.
t trailer! herd 'tis bat to say ingratirad RUtarte Trr. C.... II I

Is his crime.Fronde The Boston Traasetiptayi: "Several II
Florida New
! I York
large tree were the other day cot down

; in the front yard of the Plonkett homestead j Ii 1 ( t \ Philadelphia and Boston.
in Pimfield.: Poor of them were ::1 \ From Br Bwkk (direct), to JJ.w York.

.', r The Turk hare no war song except old sycaxncre trees standing near the i SAFETY !1, COMFORT !1 QUICK TIME LOW RATES !1 't t PASSENGER SEBT1CE.: '
}I street that Longfellow, by poetic Uj j t ; To mite eooDeeUons viUt. teamr leave JacksonilTbantiars
those bate translated from other k .
r': k", they C'ftI.MlIfd'taU poplar tree? in his I e. ai tc,3 e ..tu.via Femaodina and*Gov. Soffor;
tongues.. I i Fta.*4 c.-.w.. arad S.nie.. :s.T--i.e b...._ Jaekw.rilk..d New Trk. :.. I (C*.brlaad Route). ArriTe Bruns. ck ii:3ep.m. Pinner
poem. 'The Old Clock on tbe-StAir*. i a root. Or.via all raU l.iTinrJK-konTill {jo p. tn ,if.
Single eYf'llUiU worn by women is 'There is still a dock similar to the one ''I Tat flat U: ton;.red.t tie fet5ewtg RAad.asr dew Ste.! See..eri : s ",V via Errren and Southern R)'. Arrive Brun,.ick 8f
the form taken by the lat..*. London .. r*feeacer*oanirsl.to directly aboard steAmer
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a&hionabla iIUM if ". Longfellow allude to standing on the I UC4utthu (D -). !!;!MaIltllt, "Ir iois, Wavlte1' &ie.
) stairs where it has stood for the last 50 j PROPOSED SAILINGS

; Manx: is Ue brit tongue for courting years. The trees have become decayed, j I I North-Bound.. Ur. :New Twt rVra E. a.. rsR. av, iStaadard 1'1_.) LT. Bran..tTti

'b as it has 9? ways in which to say "}If and the Ptcnkelt family concloded to <*ccaaan, an afpoiat t*aafl aocur, iax t*tie toil. T, Ar J ,. ,RIO GR -DE. ..Friday flay
JsCCaaNTIIiL. ILL. cmliic as CauteiSoB_ aaAiT T.e.4ay.aa4Tb. fld itr4ay Me *
n- ( &'" 7 COLORADO.
:f ; dear. This i* the cpinicn of the LonJcn hate them removed' as they were liableto Ftv CHARLESTON.: *. !% .-. X.....y*. W da *dar' aaA Fr t TvGUrtettoa Fr4tey. L:: 'RIO tRA\DE..r.......Friday Fnday

.:. < Manx'society. be blown down ly the: high winds. rue h.at of a.tlta r be.l7J e!u. Srltrtaie,a.Ix-kMey... awi 4W1 JoAiU'L Ftid.y. U ..COLORADO ....................... Friday. "

11 ;' A remarkable feature ct India is the Tbe'a description bat fallows: South-Bound.. For to*n!tafonmtnna,, cs aaaert,tn.iu.rates. *tai>plr to any railroad ar nt or to
'. ci deserted There are St..es sr'iiii"n<.it..Jt.>cell r- Flee 9. East frinr, rrTrrr. it 1 y, m.. 11: fi...s; BASIL GILL S. AS 'W.Bay 6t.JacboD1"Ul.! .
ccubtr capitals. Saaarvfcat tk free the rkfiat .
*wrviDtaade .
I T.r cLIai.r t\\. .C, MJaAtya.+'e t rt.f.yt aa4 FnobYLI 1[.tL 1U"D.: .General Souther. A "
!tnt, BruuW1clt
(' t-o lei than three dd Delhi, all do.t tie W orb tact--t4 --"7LA "J"c ."nu.a.FLL.ClllBbraad.a; ,.. wedae.4ays tat 1'tWa'-1 C.H. XALLOKV.GeaerU. Agent,Pxr 39, E.Riser/and Iii Broidmr.Ga. >. V.

'\ .. to each other and tooth) cf the present'city. taus *t aaina trrat thou pattteoa1a3t aka Vn i Wow; Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) 1

Ant trot M* Mataa; ta UM fcafl.Aaaacaat (CaUanr U Cfcarieatae, X C.. both ways) I ----

Two crocodile tn a decors at Bayenx tan: fait. atya V a3: TF3YEPa" ,
Faxvrve-N.vrri areatc.eatet I toteaato,...: t
France,, pet into a gb l in which a hind I J.n. i avnrtTh. r- f..1 e6 R Su .
leg of one of the t** t$was badly laotrattd. az.. ttucu U. FRLI1kTa.Clyde's .. I .m ..

; A veteriBary ssrpeoo was called I
In., who amputated the Ifg sacw rf ally, Daaelast Claaa.And .

"., the crocodiU bring as lireJy as eter. St. Johns River. Line. Wb are Seeking a Borne in the South should send to the undertignedFlorida {.N:

Siberia bat tocadW fot< ts.. bet I I copy of the

i of them i arailable to ropply Js.keoavtllsFa9tLSaat.4d.oa3eR.iwSte.s.dtat.o..cts.tsa4aats.atir3tJak*-.
cone .
I I -T7.tr U t,.- aate.tan. ,. 1_ Bh..1
, the timber for t&e conttroction of the .
" Bos ian railroad through Manchona. It II C1TY J.\CKSO "' .ILL&"FItEDK.. \ East

era- .caD" frrOr*,era. and is shipped I 1 .. Carl WA.. SHAW. ca,.<<.T.W.LTXUc Jr. Coast Homeseeker

.aeroa tb. Pacific to Vlsdirotok i .Are sy.wen0 ..seaa..r.8oeo: t

theoce to peiid ty rail too tri be. t ti : t-.. Jotter. JJI.. ... c a BV.XJ "" TJw.JIIt'
I I, a -. ,..ft14 a tat Ia ""'1' ....---
J lacy cf i .\I>>U, and by water roetve

t to the lin f the root. .. ---1 : 00"1) V. hue lands. for. Fruit Growing, Trucking Tobacco' Growing, aDd t
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Pr.b.bly felt 5-. ? -* p. < ........ .................= ..............u.._. ..IAnftea-4 uea-sa.tap Wirier and Soaaer Hotn i. Climate the healthiest in the United States.Apply .
''x Mrs.. Crua ocbak Peemaa.. the qpC'heer I w SS a. Bk. ........ .... .............._Ia.1ta...... .........._...... ... Lan

what poet cay" looks.a poet a.bod4.1_'1' feel :r : 3-Na g.,1 a a :::::::::::::::.::::::::= A.sat...!.:.::......:::::::::::::::::::,., : Its.x11Aa tie t :: toJAS.. E. INGRAHAM

.. tit axArrrr .. .......... .s& 11M. Land Commissioner.
a. u.u'j': -
Mr. Crimson beak-Well, caN to Wes ......... ... .. p.f.:. ::.. : *** a.aa.ICen'l .
think of it, the poor man did lock bangry .:5.. ..........-...-...._........b&.A C.... ................ -1.,........:i ... ... .... FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y

didn't be!-Youker States&an. '\ teethes T-. bee's plays to u.graaevt'. TtcityWe. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 \V. Bay St., JacksonvfKe.m" ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA

.h..na1. u oat fr. ... to aa4 oft

The Mother-.Somehow I feel that I. H. b>a4* ma ta ta New nxt feet ha \ can trust my daughter to you. Aad a.v re .*vm the aUUi cr.UTOUA...na..MJ'L was.. i. )MIVALDait.elasaro L. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job
JacLMvrfQa.ru. I hole s.c'I. nz-,J'1L Printing.
The Accepted One-You can: indeed A J *r *amrtfcc Haas we tiav
madam. Everybody trusts tne.: -Brock- W1I.NI. ksl.Mr plays tb. 5411.1.R4rtt.t THEO. C EGE.&. T. Mr. ., .....G--. .w Y.n.
Ehn Sttrtfcf ta: Et3t etu U. CLTDE A co.. ar lAc-*.. .
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY( 6, 1899. __ n 7 'J Jn


OIver Falrrhlld and how lie steered EXPRESS.

ATLANTA, GA. The Colonnades SEABREEZE, FLA. the Tralrle Ilelle. Hnnlhrrn'n. flrlf'n.lhl-New All- he.arK..tf'rn
The occasional rumor of tbe death (in

the Mliolcsippi valley or In the far west Hrrvlro

Since the burning of the Inn I have leaded this popular house, which wilt remain of the alleged "original Jim Blndso," The new trains: X"". 3.1: and :.14, known

open all summer. Surf: bathing, Ocean pier fine flailing shade trees, etc. who, according to new! 'pnperdiipntchrs nil the "New York and Florida: Express: ,""
: Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at 1)ytoOlStaLlon.. I recently In.mgiirated' by the .Southern
y v, published in recent ytars, mast hue ,
sh j4ya IIEUUEUT E. SMITH, Lessee. individual Railway System, ghlng the bent through J
: .t' a 1' teen an exceedingly ubiquitous
+l.tI.T Gi ir .._ has had another rennnrcuee ro- service to the Northern cities that, FlorIda '

TITUSVILLK.iff Gently in the obituary notice, widely has ever 1"11. according to an announcfincnt !

: J --- copied throughout the country of cue ricuttly made am u, boopeiaivd > J

: r Captain W. P. Lamothe, the only truth thu year I loiind.
tN IAN EJ-V-EE: :HOTE: in tho notice probably being that this In addition! to Ibo through Pullman,; t+

doubtless I oMimablo mariner of inland IMWo \'.
r y TITUSVILLE : Cars, tho "XIIIYI'rk and Florid -'
? / A i waters no longer lives. There was only \ ; '
1 KxpriW
carikm .
1f : ll.nt-claiis <' uhe*, >
r I real Jim Blndso engineer "of the
} Jackftnntllle
+ \ leaving I nt 8:20 n. ,n. for "
w "
t .-' e !. Prairie Belle, and it (is a great tunny
r 4' -- j ; 3 : FLORIDA. years ago that the present secretary of Washington; : making rnnmtiUnt nt;

t state Bald of him : Ireenabnovia) L'alelghnrriviogatNor-: |) w

p:;: Want', no; rnn't, tell whnr ho liven, folk: ut 7d3:' : : 1\, m., ami at l.tn\lllf; arriving -
; r' Proprietor. B-c Ha be don't !live, you *..ltlli at Ulclimoml: n
i Tbe real Jim Blmfao who pave his ilvtng nt Wanhlngun nt ":ln n. rn?

R r r The hotel fronts on the : life that others might live, was no mere making) cnnntetli.ni||| the "Colonial

.. ear \S I wide sweep) of bay("ml lex : fancy but veritable hero who perished KxpivsH": \ fir llostuii and all\ Now! l<:lIjt. J

as ask 13i t t'P/b t ,> dl'4ti in width! ), formed by theIndlanlilvermakingita i in a burning steamer precisely ns lund points. This tinin arihr! at Jlaltlmoio -
: : I I related in one of the best known poun.s
ItIU\ : 1\. in.; 1'hll.IIt'IIIIII.. | | Uste: :
delightful Hummer ronoit. In tho Knfilinh' tongue These verses
Il 5 I a. ii;., and Now York nt ::1,31': III. ,I
i i u rli reo Prtu Tklaiil'S' u d a i ,rGd wu da.n i Const nut cool made their first appearance in Tho j
fi ; V )s r'a breezes from tho sea and Tribune, aud thence weut nil over the Tho Unjud! Stairs Fast Malt trains ;

fy i t, i b.\y.: Flowing sulphuispilngs. world. 3.1: and lilt, remain unchanged, leaving at
HOTEL ARAGON ATLANTA OA. rates. Special summer Secretary Hay knew the original Jim 8:00: 1'. m. for I ho NC'l'lh.'

The Palace Hotel of the South. ? aesi llludfioof the Prairie Belle and when For further: Inlol11ll\loll! as In rates,

American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best years! afterward be went on the editorial sleeping renovations, apply to any "

Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located only three blocks staff .of The Tribune the BOll of Jim agent connecting limn, or to Ki.heilV.I .

from Union deoot at highest point in city and away from all noise dirt and smoke WEST PALM 111ACIi.NEST Bludso, henry Fairchild of New Orleans Hunt Florida\ Passenger Agent,212:! :! Went
from trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled called to see him in his newspaper ,
by any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan office and talked,with him over the Hay St., Jacksonville! ,\ Fla. 1 t.ipr-15Jul: 1

|;i50 to $1.50 per day; European plan $1.00 to $3.00 per day. PALM BEACH, FLA. incident. Oliver Fairchild, tbo engineer I

GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. ,The P a I lens first-class the father of the young man, had Ho Fooled the Nnrgt'on/ }t
A hotel situated beautiful LnktVOI'th. tI
lost his life under just such circumstances All doctors told Henlck 6 I
\ Hamilton, of
,opposite Royal Poinclana. Klectilclights,
electric bells, baths, etc. $:J, $2.f,and $!J per day. special rates by week as related In the poem while Went JelTcrHon 0 after MilTetlng 1*
ATLANTA OA. The I'almslVcst Palm Beach, Fla. sticking to the engines of the steamer zoo,,,la Irom I't'ctllllllltula. lio would dlo> ,
fc Holland Fashion, plying between Mt'l1Ipblll\ud iniU'M n costly optiailon wan performed| ;
------ ----- -- ----- but, he cured Idmin-lf
27-21) Auburn Avenue. -- -- St. Louis The Fashion had independent with live boxes of: j

horizontal engines, each one driving Hiicklen'n Arnica .S.ilve, (the suieat i.llecure
I llntv. I'mltl-H Fiance.In is on earth, and (holiest salvo In tie
such a huge paddlewheel an commonon
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Sweden, as In mot continental woild. 25 cents n box; Sold\ by F., S,, '
nil of the western and southern river
Louise Doncicanlt is '
Thorndyke playing
countries, engagements are advertised in i-o, dl'UIlIlIAt.
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress a sketch in vaudeville. I steamboats.! This arrangement:( of independent -
the papers In the same manner as I
wheels in order
was adopted
Rates fl.'OO: to $1.50 Victoricn Surdou has nearly finishedhis births, marriages and deaths, and the The t
per day. Phone 1G29.:!! that one could be stopped or reversed, slightest\ mniow for sin In sufll-
"RolKwi.ierre" for Henry Irving. Stockholm of a recent date con-
papers olent If It )
while tbo other was kept going ahead, produce amendment, and the :
Marian McEnery..danghter/ of a former tain in their largest type the announcement I ,
the better to navigate! the vessel in the greatest Insunirleiil If U does not.-Col-
,LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. governor of Louisiana,is going in- concerning MmlPnttl'l betrothal, I tortuous twietiugs of tbe eccentric ton 1Tire
which enabled to make the
to vaudeville. we were on ,
channels and bends of the rivers. The .
Sarah A. Baker, aged 81, the oldest lame day. It ran alt follow: engineer of such a steamer was second I

LITIIIA SPRINGS GA. actress in America, is to go to tho For- En".I: In importance aboard to the pilot alone, Appetite of a Goat

He Sweetwater S Park Hotel t I MOST BEAUTIFUL KE8OHT HOTEL rest home in Philadelphia. Bolt CeiliTHtrom and and it required an active, resourceful In envied and by all\ poor dyspeptics' whosotonineh J : r

,1 Adellna Patti-Nicoilni. to fill the position, especially in liver me out of order. AIL '
AND GIIOUJJDS IX THE STATE. N. C. Goodwin has a new comedy man !ouch should know
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway A called "Tho Cowboy and the Lady," the London. Cralg-yNo* Castle. times of danger or when another tearn Life Pill, tho wonderful I hat Dr. atomach King' Now and i i:

commodious modern high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine authorship of which is not given.A It appears that Baron Rolf Ceder. er was overtaken and a race ensued. liver I'cmedy.rlvell"/ splendid

unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lltlila Spring and Its liealth- new play by Max O'Rell which strom visited Stockholm some time ago Such n race with tbo Movaatar, it will sound digestion and n regular appetite bodily I ;

producing bath. Magnificent bath; house In connection with hotel and Miss\ Olga Nethersole will. produce, is a and received the consent of his parentsto be remembered caused the cntuktropbo habit, that I1I1UII',tea perfect health and :
under the same roof. Turkish massage vapor, electric and needle baths. serious drama with happy ending. the marriage. As we stated on Fri to the Prairie Belle when !jrii-ut energy/ Only Wo nt F. S. Chaff oo'... :
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. IIICKEY there is considerable difference
Proprietor day, drug stule I
She come tearing along nlghbThe !
Lithia :Springs, Ga. Julie Opp is to play'tho leading role in the ages of the "contracting parties" oldest! croft In tho linn, ,

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. in the new tragedy of Spanish: life writ Baron Rolf having been born in 1870 With nluRcr squat on tier wifely valve Diled bananas are now being, exported ,
ten by Mrs. Craigie and called "The Mme. Patti has never yet visited Swe. And her furnace cram mud rosin and pine. from Queensland t
They Intended
are a*
Repentance. den, but it is believed that a purtof the Every one is familiar with the skill. nnuliHtltuto
for raisins In
Charles Groves, with the John Hare honeymoon will be spent there.-Lon. ful word picture of the flaming steamer British pud I

JACKSONVILLE. company in America two years ago, has don Chronicle. making "for the wilier bank on the dings ,

written a one act piece called "A Golden right" aud Jim's emphatic refusal to If "out of "
norm, and
cross peevish
Wanted, Man. his
it fanny leave
take Dr. M. A, Simmons Liver Medicine.
in has theaterin In publishing and booktttilliug circles About the time that Mr. Hay was Cheerfulness will ,
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Strasbnrg Alsace a ictiirn and lIfo acquire s ,
Hotel Plaeide which performances are given in the there is a complaint\that the funnyman temporarily In charge of The Tribune new zest

New Management. Alsatian dialect. The object is to preserve of literature is dead and his loss is the a controversy arose between Mark Twain "1 ,j
the peculiarities of the old Alsatian harder to bear inasmuch as the great and himself over what appeared to bea John Baker who leprcscnts the, TwcfJ. .

I tongue. fiction reading public is hungering for technical incongruity in tbe little tv-llist' Illinois district' In the lower 'I 1 t
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel In the city. All conveniences. humor. Mr. Chatto of tbe publishing classic, Twain holding that un engineer house la blind
Unexceptionable cuisine; 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations Actresses are not often hired by measure house of Chatto &.Windns regarded the could not have performed the heroism now totally ;
for Commercial men.. Hates, $2.50 per day. but Anthony Hope desired that the ,
situation with smiling resignation. scribed to him, as the steering of the
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofTravelers' heroine in "Rupertof Hentzan" shouldbe
"I do not know any grout humorist vessel was altogether the pilot's duty, AUGUST PLOWKIt."It .
Howland ,
very tall so Jobyna near but Mark Twain, sold Mr. Chatto, who would alone have held the steam -- 4 \.

ly six feet in height was engaged. "and be has stood alone for a very long er's "uozzlo ag'In the bank till tbe last Is surprising/( fact," says Prof.. '1 i

New :Mmo. Patti ina.. recent interview, time. It is not a complaint of the mo- galoot's unborn." Iloutori,, "that In my travels In all part .; \

The Hotel said that she intended to write her mem- ment; it has been HO for a considerable l Mark Twalu' hypothesis, based upon of the world, for tho last ten yean, I '

Management. oirs as soon as she had definitely retired period. We do want humorous writers, his own extensive experience as a river have mist more people having uncdOrecn's

from the stage, but declared: her- it is true. The public is always asking pilot, might ordinarily! have carried August Flower than any other '

FELIX GARCIA self unable to state. when that would be. for the humorous clans of book,' but we' conviction, had not Mr. Hay had the and remedy for dyspepsia deranged! liver It
Proprietor JACKSONVILLE stomach and for constipation.: I find
George Broadhurst's now play, "The certainly do not want funny writers unassailable argument of historical exactitude for tourists and salesmen or for

Last Chapter has a cast'of more than who labor and strain to produce their on his side, for, as a matter of sons filling positions. where head-per'I j i

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. usual strength. It contains Katherine witticisms. Until we can discover tbespontaneous fact, the steering'! gear of the Fashion aches and genera bad feelings from Irregular -
Grey. Ellie Wilton Beryl Hope Edgar humorist 1 think we shall bad been quickly destroyed almost at I habit exist, that Green's August
Davenport. Edwin Holt Horace Lewis be better without any at all."London the beginning, of the fire. The tlllor I Flower In a grand remedy. It does not
tl- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. and Thomas A. Wise. Mail. ropes had burud away as soon as the Injure the system by frequent use,' and
t flames from the overheated furnaces U excellent for sour stomachs and Indigestion.
nine and Fall of a Football No.e. "
upward through tho vessel, and Sample bottle free at F, S. '
It was during the Thanksgiving day ChahWa, drug store, Tltuavlllo, Fla., or
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA.Opposite the engineer, in the fiery bell below,
OXFORD game with Cornell that Captain John J. I'. CloJler'sllruj( store Cocoa, Flu.
St. James Hotel. the poplins in black and white became the sole human being posseisod Bold dealers
In all
by civilized countries.
Outland, one of the stars of old PPnn'ateam
\ effects are very attractive and on these of tbe power to turn her toward the
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and weaves black velvet ribbon and black bad his nose broken. It was a bank aud keep her there. Secretary Hay --

homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant velvet buttons are used. comparatively trivial fracture across veraciously described the Incident, even WT"We would esteem the favor If our
stay Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- the bridge of his nose, tbe very spot on to tbe declaration that readers when writing or calling upon
sonville. The invisible chevrons woven in a which a disfiguring lump had 'been our advertisers to purchase merchandise,
MRS. M. O. FINLEY Propr. new type of camel's hair are made into growing for several months. The lump Illudito'i ghoul went up aloneIn etc, would mention the ADVOO TJ:.
the smoke of the Prairie Belle.
handsome street costumes, trimmed was probably caused by a opt under J t
with black astrakhan fur. the skin, and although it was in nowise Everyone else was saved but Oliver

Hotel II Geneva JACKSONVILLE FLA. On account of the great change in painful was rather a disfiguration to Fairchild the engineer, and no "real" FREECONSULTATION
Cor. and Cedar Streets. it is Jim Blndso bat lived since that night.
Forsyth the size of the dress sleeve no Gotland's baudiome countenance. lIe

Completed in ISU;). Modern improvements, baths etc., on every fioor. Gas longer necessary in making up evening/ bad made arrangements with Dr. J. -New York Tribune.
and to allow for much extra breadth William White to operationon ,
electric lights passenger elevator. Artistically and elegantly furnished. wraps perform su The New Mala. with homo
Recognizing for low for first-class the shoulders. and the after our treatment. We am
the fact that Tourists are looking rates across tbe lump remove cyst
accommodations this house Is making very reasonable prices by the week, For evening/ toilets are nold yards of the football season, but tbe blow duringthe Says the Philadelphia Record "The physicians, and you get the benefitof
material evidence of tbe intentionto
month or season.: Rates, per day, $2.00. Weekly rates on application. inching/ made of crumpled chiffon. game which fractured his nose also first our experience No matter what:
MRS. J. C. TERRY, Prop. mouHseline de sole or net bordered made an end to the cyst. Ontland't build the Immense battleship Maine your trouble Is, how simple or bow
which is to tbe famous
replace namesake -
with chenille dots, baby ribbon in satinor nose has entirely healed from tbe fracture destroyed In Havana harbor, came hopeless, we can do you" good and
ST. AUGUSTINE. velvet or lines of colored Bilk lock and the disfiguring lump has entirely to band recently U was tbe arrival of If we can't we will honestly tell youso.

-- --- stitching. --a disappeared.-Philadelphia Roo- several tremendous lire oak timbers at Thousands of tired weary, sick

There are many kind of poplin and --- .--- Cramps' shipyards, which will be used and hopeless people have been entirely

Algonquin. Hotel... the prettiest are silk dotted, with oftena 'aa..tar.. In the construction of tbe foundations and permanently cured! by !
corresponding bar or hairline of colored With less fighting going In
n rd, ,..,. more or 'of the ways In which tbe huge fighting
? King Street ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. silk crowing the lustrous surface. in many of tbe Philippine we can machine will rent. The timber have COMPOUND
These patterns are suitable for very hardly speak of them a. our "Pacific" been lying in the Boston navy yard for
Refitted newly furnished and under handsome toilets.In .
located islands., over halt a century. They were origin- OXYGEN
new management of Interest.Centrally sample evening dress a style much nsed We are assured that none but fresh ally cut in the live oak forests of Delaware !
all Large
near room for points use of traveling men. Overlooking by high class modistes is a princes dates were used In concocting the new and shipped to Boston for tbe purpose Why not take heart again and investigate

Plaza and Monuments. A full shape, perfectly smooth and close fit- 1890 almanacs. But not 10 with the of using In the construction of this great principle. We have

view of the ocean and rolling breakers ting over the hips, the bodice portionlow chestnuts. wooden ships. When the governmentgave thousands of testimonials Send for

from the piazzas. Baths gas, electric in the !neck with a rippling bertha The first two figures of 1890 when out the contract to build tbe Main*, book on home treatment, wonderful t

t' bells aDd a perfect system of sewerage. drapery at the edge. The moosquetaire added equal either of the ]last two, and Secretary of the Navy Long was apprised cures to the sick, etc., free .

Rates: 2.00 to $2.50 day. Special rates by the week. .' sleeves reach to the elbow. the last iwo when added equal the first of the fact that this useful timber

Open all year. per C. F. COX Proprietor. Brilliant red cloth coat trimmed two. Well, what of It? Will lying useless In the Boston navy DRS. STARKEY &
with black Persian lamb are closely If. as tbe Poet Wither aayi, "care yard. Knowing the value of It for the PALEH

covered with black silk and chenille will kill a cat."it might be well to construction of ways, he bad it loadedon

''r ST. AUGUSTINE FLA appliques of unique pattern. Sleeves of bang a little of it over tbe back fence fiat can and shipped to the Cramps." 1112 CllrnnI St., IMilIa., l>nOt ..
where felines most do congregate.-L.
ABBEY rich
the same trimming cover very IT feh 000
.: I Near the City Gates. St. George Street. close coat sleeves of the red cloth to A. W. Bulletin. -

within about eight inches of the shoulder Knew Why It Happened."I '
Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Dells. Rates, $2.00 per day. this portion being perfectly plain. IIU Art KaJId 111_. don't see why it bad to thaw and !
"Son," asked a Grand River avenue freeze again," said the lad with the red
Special VirginiaHomes.You l
rates by the week or season, giving the effect of a small red puff.The .
resident "what's tbe matter with tbe
"Why couldn't it just stay
LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN, Proprietors. vest on some of these wrap U of
the ? I understand
professor across way frozen T""Yon
--- I black fur.-New York Post
---- I -- that he's all broken up and liable to be bet I know" returned the boy -

p PLAZA in bed for some time." with the fur cap."Why learn all about Virginia Lands ;

HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. "You mean the perfeuor what byp- 1""Itthawed Its resources products, mode of cultivation 3

The empress dowager' of China received nertizes people and froze up ag'in just prices, etc., by reading the
ThU hotel U now open for ROOMS ONLY. It U centrally located, near a deputation of, foreign womca "That's the one." eo'e to fool the man next door who put Virginia Farmer. Send lOctst
POltoffice, Bank and Cathedral recently-a marked departure front ... "Ob, be went out to tbe stockyard ashes on our pond It's smooth aaagain. glUIIII
Rooms, 60ct to 1.00 per day; $1.60 to $6.00 per week. cient custom. Friday and tried ter mesmerize bull." ."-Chicago Post for 3 months subscription to the- :

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Detroit Free Press Farmer Co., Emporla, Va.I"f."T' .I;



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abaadooed. ItU a frt not fr erafly.adentond. The FkrwJiaa baa gone nader. It wasthe 'ROBBIHS & GRAHAM I s. vv C EEOLL I
'. that tW real week of theL.cigitare oldest MYtpapft' ia Florida, baring ,
b dove aeitaer I* Horn** aorSenate. been founded year ax* Under themanarmeat 1 VEGETABLES of
The LP iiUtare proper is mint of Capt. Dyke it wa a !GROCERIES FRUITS and AllKinds
lalO'icJa tae biBs are ...La,; yors... ,
stopper !
ply a bat time have
poftttcal power cbaaged Your
and Tinware. patronage
Glass Solicited
T throw a for dulrib tkio to the rarioos aad the paper has outlived Us .*efalTfc j Crockery. I

lc *A8i.SHio: aei CQlSIaiu.N, where grist is duly gro cad 8ItSI. KILL PRACTICE IX STATE AND TITCSV ILLS, FLORIDA.

The a hUooofa the week has beta CMTED STATES COURTS.
farted mad istportaat. The s* *: Mre ,r a-t lte..r

. 1 popebdylDOY.aut's sewapapet i I "Pec1e appear to b* fcrgetti&g all :1-:: ::I.J_ BR.E: ..RY ck seO.:
libel biS." bat pwd 1M Hotue oa iutbitd nboat this country." said
W. JEROME. readlaf after haviaac been sbora'' owner."That's. Grwrics Gnfj. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilliers, Staple A Fancy Groceries, fm
of toae of Its nor objectionable fea- **
aarwend for Luii fi Bmiri ill MiCcutits.
fact the other.
a kinds. Grain Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
tart. This reaarkabto aiea.arv is de-< And Food Products of all ,Gronn
SM:* En s.a .Te PE7CY5YLYAN'U "W. don't seeza: atlu to attract: any stUaticn. I the house on Indian River dealing
Wheat. We are only exclusively
of sad
sifaed to prevent the pttbttettioo *aaoaytfroos Food |
rWORK' ru, f "
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eoatriovtSoss, ad also sea the above sine: of goods We invite your correspondence and solicit your patronaea.
tae> >and of(LOBE GAS. EXolXES,, i articles a*are so .noted as to reflect by "Tbe- tide of Imaigntko ueea.e to 1 I Very truly E. L. BRADY& BRO., TitnsTlUe, Fla '

Xariue Mationary.AgeM 1 Umoeodo apoa the character of the per.soaiaroited. rplit sad go aroead en both ride of ts. We have a large List,

&*Dz hOLLtACETYLENE The bill protide that *o I've dcoe rrerythicg looold think d to

c, GAS JIAnHIXEs. NI *t.. Cheapest ., web article may be printed' aale** the stir thing up." of Lands owned by
mad Best I Kite*r private d.ett fall nee of dole party attacked be ffrew, -Well. I'm afraid tben's ikotbicg I & Motlow C1

lap aed..aw. a Btodificatio wkVa ia away ea*. else left. I bate to get down to sny- ourselves and clients. Lesley < ,
would objectiowable SO
: thing bat I .
so ccraoco.; JM.fSn! i
For prtaes weal jrwr aad "Uraa'a.Uft'M -.i tae iaditideal bt rn.t>ed. la it*origia- Successors to LOSLET, RENAKER A CO.)
," ;al form this extraordinary bin prodded nave to discover ro1d.-W tco Price for unimprovedlands i

B>sJ. \\'. JIROXE.&cUtd. for tb,* p.aishase.t of all coocerBcd Etaz. Fanii ui Dit:wtk Brads of Wines, Brandies, Rum, Gins and Whistle!
fnxa pabfisher do.a to aewsdeaVr: bat $3 to $100 I :
; n*. .... Give JtOTr. lies and Stoat
Battled Bon
while*oa of those objeetiowab&e fea- I ]
.F tats hare bees amended a*ay. eaoojrh Part DDdt'a.G dollars you acre. !
remainS to justify tae opiahta of owe of say thai nit nut? Tell that to the canoe per A First-class Line of Cigars. eee Billiard and Pool! Tables i

:': Tl lrunu.Rmi Bmii$ JLsa'fcs.n ;the brightest men ia the Le1U1a'ue'. *! I Iron Family and hotel trade is soBcited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail I
,. who declared that "tbe bill WM tae' aced IXsie-I tg year pardon. I WE have a few Residence, Orange yoarorder' LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusrille
r-tIC.I.raa E e..1 a.aw--. orders. Cash must accompaay ,Fla,
most extTaonfiaary _b1.re of good aad:; anrot.It ta you. Gp to date I bYe mad Pineapple Properties ia desirable

r-1'IW' 'T 11_L. i 1.L ....... Tia.tttds J. bad of truth aid error. eyu put to-,,., received at Jean 0 bills fcr a.me.-SL
sr XL J-u.t hMr.,Ow-. *. .- Loci locations. Prices Reasonable
*r XT. w\J.Twttr. r r*rvra, 1 na. Mr. Clark's aati-cirarette biD has alto Pcct-DUputcb

;; raa the caaatiet of U>* BOOM but as it J ... ... YILLE
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U dearly aa iarasioa of the rijtts of 'ae Ornca
and YLUL
AU it lost> said tbe Spanish oSeial )

:, Wholesale Beer and Liquors.West to hkdiridual.piece oa will the probably rock of u9CoatitaUoaTbe eataaBy f?- ia diacucfiag tbe rerclt cf the wrx. / A SMALL CONTRACTOr

;4, a.JifY. "VTell." answered the taxpayer 'Ian' East Coast Meat MarketG. f 11 I a large one for Nail Builders' Hardware .
'.. Bay Street, bin prohibitii jodcioesU" i*f.oftdoeGre mane cf.It.wa strayed or steles: Deface
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ; suit hare bw* killed whOe the. aoea.tI the fight started."-Wasbisgtoa Star. F. DUPE k et. I I entire satisfaction, and at prices that defy

ire requiring: tae caacrilatioa: of mat' "rsce competition for the same high grade, up-to-

rtes within tea days after satiffactioa : "W.Mt. t. See Fair PlaT.EJ 3 :> t \ .! date quality. We bare the most complete

Southern Home has pAssed. The cooamiuee* appointedto J :u-What do yea scppose a dreg- s-:>> _- 1 E_ stock of House Hardware and shelf goods
fra&e saca legislatioa. as be
nay 4
doe wten be
gist tea only make out apart U2C '-
r in THnsTille, as well as superior
aeceMary to carry iato eScct ta coastitutioaal -:' carpenters
d dorter's ,
a preueriptieo? > -
Bird Food prorifioa dotaiec tae EMilraad """ and mechanics tools of all kinds.
Mocking ab-f'1n. tbe rest with water s:>>
f Co .BtHioa with judicial powers ha .. cp or : 1 I
i ft1 end Its report aad tae matter win aDd give the patSeet a ebocaSewTerk : R.

25cts per Ib.5Ibs.. +!at of c. be takes up ia earnest. 2Cotaie :' JocraaL : :-
more has bent beard of tbe proposed ia-i c.-......... II
for $1.00Fresh 1 reaUoo of tae ooaaaaissioa, aad say :. eta I
i alteuspt to do away with that body aader She-Bet I never gave you any eo- .U2 4!'
Every Day.
:eaistift? dmmstaace would certaiaJy eocragemeaL.He ,
: Manufactured by ; prove a disastrous failure. I -Ye*, yon did. Dida't yon tell 00- -==
: A semoa of the Florida Legislature CM year father wa wealthy--Boat. 't"u.s-vlllc, F1.a.
Titus i1le. _- Florida.
HENRY R. THOMAS.J' witaoat sowte attempted rensMMi of the ; lye Life.BKETAKD.

LaYCla Pharmacy gnaw law would probably axon aa '--I
pos ibiliry mad two of the bills thus far I THE XOST COMPLETE ,
Cor. Adams aad Vadlsoa Sts.
| introduced an, for wonder. excellent. rXIUl.HIl TKKASCKCB1SIRS. tie
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; O e of these eteasoic: : I* by Mr. Headry, I 5T..T'E..ENT. I Electrical Supply House
\ 'of Lee, and leave the setttesaetit of the State. w:=: _. A.- aO-o-eS: d<=, CO
i<{u *tioa la tae hands of the CountyCocamissioaers car lit. .... .
l, ; mad it is DOC improbable'I L&Lacerasla.. .............'.&.8t.. 0 r.I ..THE JOHNSON LAW CO.. I
DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG 1 that the local option peiadpie will ,-.at tudred n art$ 1e.flaw SIt' I Ii -GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

eveataally be found best adapted to the j T.caJ_ .0...._.., .. '0' ..___. !i ELECTRICIANS, !'
OPTXCT ."rV. ; djustaeat of the probleia iavolred. !I r.wvna.i. JaW ta "pril.i.cr.ered .. '!IJI 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
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Tae other biD from Senator 0t0aaIY c-- R_ Jacksonville. Florida. t
cou e* Cuf i
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en aa4 9ea'aui n.'I.: t.: RR&
'.0 handle the best and reliable Seeds.
.)e. aDd prohibit tae wHir< of rime. i only most A complete stock of Hay
uader certaia circa tastaacc*-a point : *.a.awe..rust xy t+z.hire. .r S>, I II Cons Oil, Floor Bran Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed :Meal, both bright an
s ? which s_as weU taken. ,ADd which if' .. dark at wboLszw State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.

acted pee would eliminate from tae. &.)t. auaxe D .K1 a. rucuns: Saw Rnd FH'ti"tan-l'rUI'U AruJT cis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pure Groan
fa robSeai the pot hunters who are rapidly The iuhrd; ta letiu Rfnr Ssace But. I Bant. yitnst .Jtutee vt Pocuh.; Sulphate 1'otMb. Kiinlt etc. HMM ertilizen bar n
; t rz; Utcae kw taecki mad
wild deer and 1 tMr a.fee c J..3IS
;:diroyiuz our tarkey. tHo-fa ..... ... ..........:.".'4t kiLaltt '
Kllder's bill
preposterous prod i I!
hibilinr dosr from runuine: at laxjre ia a aUMGr3G; 20 tan rtTD J seM.ta.r .

place of public worship was peacefully ; : I "
EYE SPECIALIST. Laid away ia eternal rest a few dart r C w* y ta..ase-G..erat raM ......o.t re.$) ALTThe "Ideal Hat Fastener
'EAoW.... Bn4z,h.. .... i.r r.
i since; and wten tbt'miter came up for i! B.A6ag ............._.. .0'.."-.oO $I :1
sideraxiuo the fun used fast aDd } Tae&a4 F.trinrft last ..._.. fM tb ; I
funoos. offered amcad-I FeMt.t ri5.a.et. rasa.--.. -u a I will find it Boot.
Msj. DealT aa Bicyclists a
,' Peraaaeatly: located ia t&e City of Sc dFa.d.._........... '..'". r..Ii'
;; men that DO dog saoald be made fut to\
;. Jatkioari&e tb* year round, earryteg i tae contribution box; the staid and se-j rant- I II The most useful aDd salable invention oat. No hat pins reqnired for bats orboeaets.

the tartest aDd teas Complete Optical j dat. Eaaey wan of the. opinion that loch 1 i -:;:;;I I&bndt .
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caaiae as were identified with tae -------------------------Iat b.W"tJa a aoaielj easarseat w
Soti.. A .detifc aDd can!al t.eaaa Great inducements to agents Quick sales and large profits Send for particular
Bade before Protestant Episcopal Church should be. .I00CY Rasar. and d alrn. Address; "I. H. F," No. 700 Sooth Pryor St.,
tt fittiaf gtau**
Iron the of the
prorisiotts act
:; exempt O-ty Trtarsret. ;y Prompt attention Riven. Atlanta, Ga.
OSc* and S.&> rooei X. E. eotcer ol while another member uished to coaSae
Bay Jc Laara SU., at Clark's Drug stores the law to boll dogv AU of whka ladiI Edison LaLaade cell, type "V," for
i I ntH the manner ia which the tilDe aDd
DEISIEB EOIEDIIS HOUSE marine engine ignition.
money of the pabSc are sometime* ,

t|thro aaay. Chance of Life Time !
For SIe. i! In the Senate C .J.Ed O'Brien has TrrrsTiLLE FLA. 5? a
succeeded ia securing aa appropriation } g3 m d.TSILAR,

At Dtytoca, Fla, fire and tea acre i;of*:,tto for the elaborate i4Q.: (.O fumigating i
lot cbok vegetable and oracTe laada f: plant of Etcambia county, which Baird u4 Room: O:. Dollar iu Dij. Artesian WellCOSTRiCTOHS t

Ca ap for caA, or win malt liberal p i -as appropriated bylbe State Board of magnificent property will be sold at a'll
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Una. Addr s, i: Health at the time that budy was given ,

c.>>orT xn B"CSx.L: jurisdiction over the co .aty. Senaurii \\"He is seed! of White mad Bye Bread rtti; f) ; jj ,
:3 Hogan it JackvoatiUe Iii !i O'Brien has been OCftt6lat la securing ; Pie, Cake,, eta, ro to Xrs. DtisncfsCity '
;the appointment of a committee to visit Bakery. Yachts, boardIug Jao.uH, L kt 3-Eu Gilli 1lL

Peasacotaaad. examine iato the city's, bottle and faadfie sappGed. I GENUINE BARGAIN. I
,...xarn front problem, with a view ;
"Sam IVrkin DyeLng.Gatlemes'a I I to its settlement. :

Tbe inevitable JacksonviEe charter)
clotadK,; CWaaed, preyed : amendment bill Has made it* ,II |
appearance Aboat
PREMIUM SALE eight acres of GTOTC in as fine condition as any on Indian River COD
4 sad repaired. Dyei&xiaa3iubraack *. sad Mr. Alder has boldly assailed Coo-
OU clotUaz mad to fcxA 'q.al to D*.-.:I I great with a memorial. protestiae against cUe5. wnbq; a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern and the finest Tacking

All orders by mail or express pevmpU7 : the seating of Mr. Roberts., of Utah. A| Hoaw La Brerard County.Sitoated .
atteeded &0. Price low. Wort gvod.Satislaictkm : memorial of another type is that Introduced -, 1 18CtS. TO-DAY and next FRIDAY-two day*-ALL styles 18cts. about midway between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to theCaorcbes
paaraiftteed. ; Adam in which Coo! E. A W. COLLARA
I by Senator ,Stores, ett, of both.
Six PUJOLS Cfoaaer mad Dyer.TitosrOIe I Is
i eres arxed to impose upon imporUd FEW MOXITTPercalev SLTE&--
Fri Ecypdaa cuttoa sack a duty as wiD For farther particulars, apply
10 years ia Saaford. Fla I I adequately protect tae Florida Sea Island 3JtJlllIa variety of patterns .. . .. .......__ ... ..+jG toWALTER GOODYEAR
I cotton subject which Mr.Adams .I THOMSOVS Gk T. Fitting Conets . _.._.. ._.. 0..... .....IOCt.a..ms. -=. ,
has gtusas-s much at Lent He has no SaanerFa3Kveau". cis, 15 for . .. .. .. .. .. .. 5n. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29th St,

rzE .!1ar aoic ads. on tMs pose hesitation ia saying: openly that his I Ladx Stock Collar, worth S&, . . .. .. ... ..-...-. New York, S. r.in .

are are caU pr lit* pr week. Ii ardent sad. effective support of Mr. Taltaferro CHAS. A. GA R D Y E R. (Saccestor Gardner A Walker)
...largely doe to Senator Pas-
Cds refusal }o advocate the proposed1, TitusvSJe, Fla. When JACKSONVILLE

tariff; and that he felt it his due .bea THE GL YDEI
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. the former declared himself In favor of' TIsitr

i!, such a measare of rebel to do aS in his

From Special Correspondent.! j jTa.uusHa.MXE po-*r to bd=t about a change for the;! GAY BROTHERS The finest SALOON in the South.
( our
I:better In the direction indicated.: t i
Tae phenomenal danzaol the pre*.!

Fia.,May 2, '$$. j I ITo i eat ** ios U fast becoming proverbial. The best liquors that can buy
!I Xeverthek, f.xth past week tae old! money
tbe victors btloag the spoils to j
: ;
tows has Mea gay wit buafnc. and Palatka Florida.
t.b fleet-footed the priae a great moral; bed with lie brajiar of brass aaad. .. of aa the farorite brands
truth whos validity is Indicated by ta*!,; constantly on hand.
First ta* u.tdy..sbnsaatial titan of -
banquet that was given. Mr. Tafiaferro4sader !Senator MaUory appeared upoa tae poilUcal W\ make a Special Feature of oar
the of his steering SMITH'
ctxamittee A
auspice I koiuou, with aa adlres* fu& 01)), MUXCH, Proprietors.
at tae Leon hotel Tuesday ors-;( good and good dem+ dr -
waN 1'X1. red -$
.. huadred Juvitatioe Mail Order
aieln. were; Department.
ia Representatir Hall. floe we
Usoed. }II'. Ta&afrrro deserve .be
i had with as tk* Confederate Veterans, I
honor. Tk* smoke of battle has cleared oa their aaaual ......; aad next caaie WATCHES CLOCKS
away from what was, in fact ta* most tae Lake Oty Cadets, looming up, Knowing: Mw ,ft elt it U ia some iacaSne* to get GOOD GROCERIES: ,

nm.ut senatorial coatet tae stale through the halo of red dust, far which ,HEAP( faatfe eaa send u* their orders with ta* assuraace of harts; them tilled{
W ever seen. It was clews; it was. consistent mad sad we twos the ctulty and price "ill be saWa.rt IET
Leoa county is Justly cetebrsted, ia a.l11 j promptly carefuDy; < ; ud. above all, it was success i tae stock. of Grocery House in East Florida sad kare Diamonds
the rAory of youta and bras button. ; *carry: : most complete any .Jewelry >
tat Bat UaoM w boima:fait was oa* TW E. C. L C. A: Transportation: I. 'I aaay ankle not wsualy f..and in other and smaller houses.SEND ,

without prolonged mad constant d'.wt.an v..ic4 gatiax commHte has returned from : OCR PRICE LLsT. _
; ::r-:
mistaken but not natal tae secret Somenlrs PrestDts,
L ; their trip dose Indian Elver. f Wedding Riu s ud
', history of the campaign is written, wiQ '
.t it be mows what powerful induence A IWef the bins before the Le;islalare\

wer brought to bear a.plftt Mr. Talilaferro. i wen tae f.* uia:<: i E. A. WADDELL FRIE WITCH ud JEIELBT REPSIRIIG
; By Mr. Henry L hzbl'-FM' the p"-, Salmi
r M'mlMe".W deer Merritt islaad,
A heavy deleg tioa of Jacksonville!
peopleainted here Monday afternoon. is Brevard eonuaty: ai*> a boll to rrovsie.regnlate Miami City sad Dad County A SPECIALTY

-. They came to wext for tk. removal. fth and pronibH tae running at Spectacle and EyesUsse Cbarge. paid ooe'wsy. R. J. BJLES
large of hops: wHasn certain territory iaBreVard '
*capitoL 225 W. Bay St JACKSOXTOI. FU.
Real Estate Bureau. ,
In spite of ibe. immense number of covcty. .
bills dumped upon it, ta* Ltggislasare By Mr. Puts: To legalise tae toot*. -------- ---- ---- .- --- .
ha thus far maufully stemmed ta* tad. OntMe ell tk* l-n of Ccoo; ajs>> a* u

That this has been possible. ts d.. w ta* bib t* repeal caa>.er 4.t\ Law *f then. 1 Sbct! List if 111 WSCmE FIOFOtTVCki Ub Fruit ui Ttft ttDls
1 fact that short teutons rather than Ma. betae u act t*sseh.eiro tae catty JOE '

long, hat beea the rule-a mod. 01 procedure t\ of Brevard t. is*.. ..awes. fe te per Trim tf ill tiis Hi liT&siits. Fkshii ci Cni.j 6m Luis ei FRXNTIITGOF
which p' the members of laJ I pos" of oMiumctitx good....sl1l'0111oh.
various committee ample Urn*to attend ; Gvem 14i..... aas .aawv.d tie 1m CUd,
to their arduous dutie Acaaaxe, : f.O*.ing bsl originatifte i* tW Senaie: -- ALL
Fat Correspoodeaw. eados* stamp Agent for KINDS
'er. will be made, when two Ion? a Aa art to amend seem*.... *aad i of j
Bona daily are to be held; bet old w'l.ha{ rm 7, Laws of FUrims.aa nMcdi 1 AkOfi1 A1RMOTEK WD"DTUS: Executed J at the
,.- gus are of the optll..oa that this act to regasat*cit
js a dangerous owe, mad will be won water* *f Floriaa Aetna D, veer Bait, MIAMI, FLORIDA. ADVOCATE .



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