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 26, 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: UF00075918:00021
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Death of fume Laltnrhe.Archdeacon .
at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles AMONG THE HOTELS. ,
Topics of General Interest. Titusville. and Sundries !In the State. Write him prices, but new goods, as cheap nil ,,
And H. I can buy them In Tltusvlllo.
F. Brown left hero, you
in i prices on new 1)0 models. WHKRR to See list of hotels
J. WAI.KKK stop.) on
Sunday last for Courtenay, to intend l to Titusville.
loelety and General Goat ip In connection GOODS going at cost. GARDNER'S.Mr. the burial of Mr. James LaUoche, who our 7th and Slh pages.

with Biacayne Bay Lake Worth Indian J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, .was in -Mrs. J. A. McDonald, of Miami. died on Saturday night, at the age of "0. The AHVOCATK is now on file at all
Bllnllna and Halifax Rivers Key Went town the first of the week passed through here, Tuesday, on her Deceased had boon suffering from dropsy Fourth of July at Tltimvllte.Theio the best hotels Iu New York city.

and all other Important Point along the way to Jacksonville, where sho met Tier of this heart for some months past. : -
Emt Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Ex-Treasurer A. T. Feaster and fam nephew Joe, who has been in college. He was formerly a largo cotton! planterIn : was another mass meeting! / of Mr. Fred C. King chief clerk at Hotel /

latereMlnff! Events from Various Part fly, have gone to Macon, Ga., to reside. They both expect to return to Miami to South CII'ollnlRnll has" many doHccu- our townspeople at the Board of Trade Royall'olncl4\OI\ Beach has opened ;

of the World| About People You Known -Attorney R. II. Foster, of Jack on-' dents throughout the South. Ills numerous rooms last Friday night, when matters an otllco At the Nethcrland: hotel
Don't Know Picked day.GARDNER'S friends connected with the Fourth of Now fork, connection with the UnltorfStates
People You ville, spent a day or so in town the first ono week cost sale.Mrs. regret to learn of his sail coming
up by Our Society Editor and a large staff of the week. demise. July amusements were fully discussed.Kmanrltall i hotel, t.(1ratoltlprlugA.:: .

of Correspondents' scattered along theE -Land Commissioner Ernest Allen, wife of the genieal ------- ---- Mr Leon H. Cilley, manager of the

t Coast of Florida. passed through here J. E. Ingraham superintendent of the Palm Beach To Celebrate the Fourth. ..n Day. Hibiscus hotel, Palm lloach, and Maplo-

way to Miami. yesterday, on his swimming pool, etc., was a passenger onyesterday's wood Cottage, Bethlehem, N. II., will

TilE ADVOCATE, northbound train, en route Titusvillo Board of Trade did some A big crowd) of colored People gathered open the latter popular resort house on
-On Saturday last] to St. I'aul Minn. where she informedus Juno 15.:
some of the finest ,
$1.50() annum, In advance. she good work when It took I ho Initiative In together! on Saturday (last to enjoy a
per bicycle riding done this expected to remain about six
f 1.00 six months, I. on the half mile course.season, was seen weeks. the matter of the 1<'ollrthf July cele picnic at South Luke, it being Emancipation : Mr. J. M. LOP, proprietor of the Hotel

$2,00 per an. to foreign countries.If bration. Committees have been organized Day. They had their band with Lincoln Plttfthurg, but for some yenta.
rchdeacon B. F. Brown will hold -MIss: Myra Williams, one of Rock- and set to work, plans for the various them. manager of Hotel Indian River, Rock-

Divine ledge's bright young ladles, arrived in amusements are being' ; mapped out, h___ _
want good results, you will at Eau Gallie on Sunday ledge, hero ho Is said to have made n
you town last evening and Is Mrs. $200 has been subscribed towardsthe
visiting over
next and dual of
the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising morning evening. Confirmed liy the Senate. money flied a petition In
find Ilendry. Miss Williams has been attend coming; event, and all It needs to Insure bankruptcy, pmclng his liabilities nt fHkl I
, ( medium. READ GARDNER'S: special sale. the exercises Win. grand ,
ing commencement at success is a tine day. Low 720 and his assets ; :
at f'S.SIj.The I
jyReading notice ads. are ten cents -Quite an enjoyable dance was given ter Park, where she enjoyed herself very rates will be made on the F. E. C. R'y, Judge M, S. Jones has been notified by .

line on this page. In the Opera house, by the Titusvillo much. She attended the dance In the so that everybody can visit Tllusvllle Senator E. N, Dlmlck that the Senate work on trio addition to the hotel

per ( Social Club, last night. It was well at- Opera house last night. and enjoy the balloon ascension, circus has confirmed his appointment for UnYllll'ulnclRnl\ Bench under the

_Palmetto piles are wanted by F. W. etc., etc.DON'T Judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, supervision of Contractor J. A. McGuIro,

Long, Jacksonville. See ad. on this tended.Mr. Burned Out for the term of nix years. The Judge of St. Augustine, Is rapidly forging, 1 1Ahea.l.
Geo. Glngrass, of Rockledge, was recently appointed circuit judge by About two hundred men nro now .
page. passed through here, Monday, saying he County Clerk A. A. Stewart, of this FORGET. WE USE ONLY novo W. D.Bloxham.- employed ou this work and but for the t
-Mr. R. E. Mims, jr., of this place, left was off to Chicago, where he will spend place informs us that sparks from a Pure Distilled Water In our fount.J. scarcity of mechanics this number would t tI

here yesterday, for Macon, Ga., where the summer. freight engine set fire to his place at It. W AI.KltH, Tltusvlllo. Between Jacksonville and Tltnuvllle." I bo Increased to at least three hundred. f
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he will spend a few days. Bonaventuro yesterday, and burned out -------

-Miss Mildred Woodward expects to his orange grove and house. To lie Married. Hotel Pablo, Pablo Beach, Is now under I
of the ad. of Cbas. Sumner
-Take note leave here next Wednesday for Louisiana Referring to the now mail schedule, tl o :
the able of Mr.,
management Sidney !
the well-known Bay street merchant -- Times-Union and Citizen
visit relatives :
on much to the says ,
Haigh A former well-known\ and
of Jacksonville, on our 3rd page. regret of her many lends in town. Won a lUl'y<<'1e. I The following! announcement was received So soon ns It can bo airnngml. afternoon popular
of Hotel Colonnades East
at this ullice on Wednesday. The service Is to bo established\ from. manager ; K' J
-Gov. Bloxham has appointed Mr. Daytona. This house ls block ,
Geo. W. Scobie will only one
Capt. a fish '
Enoch Root, of Palm Beach, a notary camp at Eau Gallic next week.open He recently At a drawing, held in town last Saturday bilde-elect Is a very popular and talentedyoung this city to TlUisvllle\ making n double from the railway station, acid Is close to 1
who has friends service between that and
lady dally 1 r
public for the state at large. sold his launch. Blue Wlnlformel'ly !: night, Geo. Naumau, of the Haul over, many I. point the ocean Do not forgot to pay a visit
this section of Indian River. Jacksonville A double dally service! i
was fortunate enough to hold the lucky to Hotel Pablo It l Is within distance
owned by Capt. B. IIogg, to Messrs. ns easy Ii
-Editor W. M. Featherley, of the MI- number which won the bicycle recently "Mrs. Amanda McCormick requests will also bo included by this arrangement 1 .'
of Jacksonville nd.
ami Metropolis, has been attending the Fred Fisher and Gus Johnson, of Cocoa owned by MOl rls Goldsmith. The three your piesenco at the marriage of her between this city and Sauford. 7th See on our I I

exercises at the Stetson University, De Judge R. M. Call known by many last tickets remaining,: In the box were dtughter, Frances Margaret, to Mr. u page.

Land, this week. residents of Titusville and neighbor. owned by Wm. M. Brown, E. L. Brady Frederick Emil Nagel, Wednesday evenlag Lout IIU Thumb Mrs Cards O. Mitchell, of Asheville.N. ,

Mrs. F. O. Williams 'of West Palm hood, has been re-appointed Judge of and Geo. Nauman. .George gut the last June 71h, 18iW, at 0 o'clock.1:15: : C., writes tho AHVOCATK that she has
the Fourth Judicial Circuit Governor Sixth ave., Clinton, lov>a. opened the Rldgownod, which Is do'I
Beach, passed through here, Monday, by draw, which gave him the wheel. W.Il. John Johnson, a bnggagemnster ou this
on her way to join her sister at Char W. D. Bloxham. This Is good news for McFarland drew the tickets, while Budl- The ADVOCATE sends hearty congratulations Florida East Coast Railway, had the misfortune i lightfully\ situated on oar line between ,

lotte N. C. the Judge's many Florida friends not Piitchaid crossed them oil as they iu advance.A to lose the thumb on his loft I Ii Ashevlllo and Blltmoro. It has large, g

I! were called out ; so everyone was satis hand last Saturday night between Jacksonville airy rooms, spacious halls, double plaz- 1
-Capt. James Pritchard is having }his -Messrs. Ernest Vanlandingham, Ar fled. Grand MHMUII| Teuqle. i' and St. Augustine by getting It) r.nn, and a magnificent view of the surrounding j!
thur Brown and Sam Perkins all fromof
fine residence A've. Blue Ridge Mountains bo !
large, on Washington cought between two cars while mnklnir may I
painted white, which makes a very neat this place, left here Wednesday, for I a coupling. Doctor Neal Mitchell dreBsid hud hum Its commanding and elevated i

color.: Lakeland, where they will enter the bicycle A LETTER OF GRATITUDE. POINT CAHWEI.L, May :22: IS'.Kt. the wound im soon as the train reached ,position The attention of, Floridians .:. J

editor of the races. We hope to see the boys Editor Indian Ricer Advocate i this city" and Johnson will bo All right Ina drawn to the above beautiful placuln the :
-Rev. E. V. Blackman bring some honors home with them. .
mountains of North Carolina. I|
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few Tl men-Union ,
Homeseeker is in town t having days.- and CHI/.on. ,
We are building one of the grandest
The letter has been receivedby
been on a trip to Jacksonville. Augustine -Mr. and Mrs Fred S. Chaffee, of following MasuaieTemples in the south. I Inclose ----- It looks nn. If there was only one law 'I
Postmaster John C. Jones of this
this place have moved into their recently ,
for the rich and In England for
and poor
Daytona. you programme of laying earner stone. Balling 1'urty. t
in South Titusville. place:
purchased cottage recently the Marquis of Lorno, son-Iu-law
We had 21 lodges repiosonted It'IUI t
-Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, after The house looks neat having SELMA ALA. 21 181.1)!). -
very now May grand occasion and the address or the jut'on of England, has received a .> t
spending several months at Rockledge, been painted inside and out. We hopeto .. truly a A delightful sailing party was given nt snub In connection with the application,,
S CIrr'all said ,1
Col. J.
delivered' by to
have returned to their home at Pierson, see some of the other houses in town Dear Slr.I: suppose this will bn a St. Augustine on Tuesday afternoon by for n license for n hotel At Roscnoatli, 't
be the finest effort of his life. Ho is
Mich., for the summer have a new coat of paint strange kind of a letter to you, but as I Miss Elizabeth Woodruff to number of known us Ferry Inn which has the unique '
of the foremost orators of the south
desire to gratitude to the ono her friends. those i
express my Among present were
of had 1 member of
glory having a
WATCH OUR WINDOW but do not GOODS IN TOWN and WitS elected Major General of the !
TilE NEWEST hospitable citizens of Titusvillo, for the Misses Amy Schmidt, Rebecca Glbbs
the Its architect Princess
smile if you dent see what you want, in all lines we handle. Have just re- kindness shown myself and comrades, I N. C. U. C. V, last week, at Charleston, Kathleen Ingraham, Hattle Darling, amid Louise royal of family Lome having ns drawn the, plans 1

16 to one we have it, and it' is new.J. calved an elegant line of samples in therefore write you and request that S. C. Messrs. O. C, Glbbs, James Ingraham, C. for Its reconstruction. Tho marquisowns '.

R. WALKER, Titusville.If TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING for you, In any manner most convenient, I am, very truly, F. Hopkins and 'Mosdames'I'bomas 1\1. tho Inn, and recently evicted than :
Ladies and Gentlemen. No troubleto make this letter public in Titusville.I R. P. PADDHO.V, Woodruff J. E. Ingrahnm Mls
you have any bides, skins, etc., en Blge- landlady, who had been hrs tenant for II
for sale, read the ad. of the Southern show them. herein desire to express my sincere East low, Sampson, Llndsley, Hobby thirty years, In older to transfer it to his ;
J. R. WALKER, Titusville.Mr. thanks to the good people of Titusville\ '
]Hide & Skin Co., Jacksonville, which A Suc< Farmer. --------------- late butler. The licensing court marked

will be found on our 8th page. and Mrs. Frank T. Budge and In my own behalf, for the many nice Killed H Wild Cut. Its disgust at the Marquis of Lome's not j"
the soldiers
things they gave to of company
-Miss Emma Wright, who has been family, of Miami, who have been spending M., :2nd Alabama volunteers; whenwe The ADVOCATE returns thanks to Mr. ion by refusing to renew the license of. 1. '

teaching school at Tropic, returned here, about ten" days or so with Capt. and passed through Titusville, both going; U. .[. White, of Hastings, for a crate of For home time past A wild cat has been Ferry Inn and license granting for the house.former landlady I
a now a now 1
last Saturday. She has been stopping Mrs. James Pritchard, of this place, returned to, and coming from Miami. Wo have very fine potatoes, which were receivedon prowling around North Titusvillo, doing

with her sister while in town. yesterday, to the above city ou many times sung the praise of your cityin Wednesday last. Mr. White who Is much damage to poultry. Ou Wvdnes- The centre gap In this Immense edifice "

Mr. Noice win. their launch. We hope to see this pleas our camps, and though today the one of the successful farmers on the East day morning, a'mu' t 4 :::10), Mr Henry Eggor (the Colonial hotel, Nassau, N. P.) j ,
ter- Bristol, a well-known ant family here again ere long. members of our old regiment scattered Coast; of Fla., has raised and shipped from went on its trail, and It was not long ems I Is being rapidly filled) In, and wo suppose I
to Rockledge, is now snugly far and wide In private life,- I dont fifty acres, among other produce, eleven this denizen of the format was lighted in about another week the rafters for I t;
ensconced in his summer home at Hills- -One of our Ormond correspondents think there is one of them that will ever hnndied and eleven barrels of potatoes, and brought down. Mr.I Kgger shotIt the roof will\ ho placed, the Nassau n
bale, X. V., where the ADVOCATE follows.Mr writes us as follows: "They arc pushing forget Titusville, and will ever have which netted him over four tlollain n bar In the head and brought the cut' remains Guardian. The full length oust and west J

M. the addition to Hotel Ormond and the memories of rel. We.do not know the sued that Mr. Into town whole it was on view InBrady's
S. Sams, of Courtney, returned The pleasant our trip through will then present an unbroken appear fj
of the new bridge. but It Deemed have
home last attending building there.It planted, to store,
after :
Friday evening ance. The plumbers and electricians are
is to the public only from. 5.iOp : () suited the soil\ and climate for when
( the Confederate Veteians' Reunion now open may seem rather late to write a let busily engaged In getting together pipes '
until 5.:10: a. m. It is to be 25; feet served the of delicious I
at m. ter of this kind but I do not think BO potatoes were a .
Charleston S. C. He reports a very and Captured a Crocodile and connections pertaining to their depiutmtmts
wide track in center drivewayeach and like balls of Hour. Who t
enjoyable car it feelings even at this flavor says :
time while as expresses my prior to the plasterers moving
away. "
side. There is now $1,200! pledgedto late day after the war with Spain Is over farming will not pay. on the East Coast in. Kosorvolis! being constructed for :

-The rain that we have been anxious- shell or marl the river drive" from and nearly forgotten; still I remember of Florida? Alligator Joe arrived In Miami Sunday, the storage of rain water which) will con.

looking\r for came at last on Wednesday Hotel Ormond to Number Nine. Titusville, and always will think of It, bringing the largest crocodile ever captured Lain a supply quite sufficient for the rcquiiumonts -

and it was very much appreciated -The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, and to the people, of Titusville (especially Mr Fluffier Buys More Land. In this section of the state, measuring of a season. Messrs. Mo-

bour\ residents, whose tanks and cisterns of this place, who have been attending the ladles) I beg leave to say, ao- sixteen feet from tip of none to the tip of Gums and McDonald, the builders, havoso

it soon filled. Stetson University at DeLand for some cept my sincerest thanks for jour kindness One of the most Important real estate his tall, sale the correspondent of the far had no Interruption In their opera. I

Messrs Kingan Hodgson, of Eau months past, returned home on Wednes- to a soldier who will never forget deals In the history of, and which means Times-Union and Citizen. Hundred of Lions by wet weather, and with the hotel

Gallie, and Marvin Pope, of Cocoa, and day, much to the pleasure of their many you, may the blessings of God rest up.. much for Palm Beach, was consummated people visited the dock at the foot of already roofed It is now not at alt

Miss Clara Sanders, of Cocoa, who have friends. Mr. E. L. Brady, who went to on you, and may your lives be blessed Monday, by Real Estate Agent E. Avenue D. to get n sight' of the mounter.This likely that any cessation of work will .
I U the second crocodile that
been attending Stetson University at De- DeLand on Monday, returned home with with length, happiness and prosperity.That M. Brelsford, wheel Henry M. Flagler : large occur, as the Interior I Is so well protect
Land, returned home Tuesday.Miss them. MlssAline was among those who is the sincere wish of me.Most becomes the owner of the Leighton property has been captured and brought/ to Miami ed against the rain which must fall In avery t" '
within the few weeks.
took part In the commencement exercises sincerely yours.J.o. north of Dellmore cottage, and next past Alligator short time.
M, of the Joe will this north.
E. Mann ship one
daughter she having performed II, MaCKix.: I
at the University, adjoining the Hotel Royal I'olnclana
Popular editor oft he St. Augustine News, with Some men take conscious pride In tho
the' pianoforte
as been spending a few davs in Daytona several pieces on grounds, Bays the Times-Union Cill- reputation of being original In their ;

this week with friends. She is always a considerable credit. To Pineapple GrowerH. ten correspondent. Thin property Is one Death of hr.141wea. tastes, but Charles A. }lel) proprietor
of the moat -dCl lrabl at Pdlrn Beach
elcome \lsitor Daytona. of time l'lacido Hotel, Jacksonville, Is (gifted ,
fronting 2'W: feet on the lake, and run '' i

Irs S. J. Davis, of Sanford, who Where They Lead. Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka pineapple ning across the peninsula to the ocean. On Thursday night last, Dr. Ernest Times with Union an and uboilxln.il Cltl/on.; taste lIe, takes saps the especial i'

Pent several days in town taking orders plants now ready to send out. Are I tin understood that Mr. Flagler will C'ary-Klwes! : a young English/ veterinary pleasure In studying the habits

>r a new wock by Miss Clara Barton, You can safely follow, the old orange from a pinery here not Injured by' last I begin improvements at oncu on his new surgeon, son of Col. I). U, Cary-Klwett, and customs of the forerunners of thecaucasion
died the homo of his
who winter's freeze aqd are although the nature of the Improvement at parents, near f
untitled "The Red Cross." left for Merritt growers from the Interior approveof especially vigorous purchase, race on this continent, and Is
and township WO and fine. Write me here at U not yet been made public, Orlando after a lingering and painful Ill
other points down the East Coast on my orange lands in Homo threo au fait on all quostlors regarding' the native
Saturday afternoon last. Mrs Davis sold both as to adaptability of soil and safety St. Petersburg, Fla. ness. who yeaigngothe athlete young Indian from the Eskimo of the North
was quite hurt
man, an was
We' a number of these works in Titus from cold. / JAMEM Morr.A Save Money by Mending for Your while engaged In a game of ,},.)Io. He down to the Aztec on the Peruvian hills.
i"e, and she says she hopes to sell more C. T. MtCAKTY: A Ez.Speakericed knowing Mr, Mettltts
Groceries to the Magnolia has been a great sufferer from heart affection
" Fla.
return here. Ankona, Great Iurgulu. Co. Jacksonville since then. Of late he has failed thirst for Indian lore, sent him ou Monday j
Grocery ,
of books and
Ids death complete pliani*
-TRAVELING rapidlyand was expected.
En t WANTED. Florida. Deceased was a brother of Mr 0.I CaryElwtis phletsfrom the Smltlisonlan Institution,
Pty Sugar a Itlce Barrels SALESMEN The lands of Joseph Peters, deceased, containing a description of tho habitsaiul

Good, energetic men earn large salaries situated on the east side of Indian River, liMbs. granulated sugar.. ,. 1.00 : formerly of Titusville, but now In characteristics of every tribe, In North
For sale. Add--;: ;; selling our fruit trees and plants. Ad. opposite Jensen, consisting of some .00 20-lb. white C 1.00 the regular army In Cuba., America. To properly celebrate the

dress the Farm OrcharNurseries, acres with 15 acres cleared and In good 1:2-1 bs. green .. 1.00 event the happy landlord telegraphed to
,, Charleston C. St. Mary, Fla. H-St condition for cultivation! with several coffee 1.00
George St. S. Glen 0-lbs. Arbuckle' Palmetto Miami to have shipped! at once a quality
buildings, Is In my hands for sale. D. S. bacon, per pound! .((1 I t of mutton corn, such as the Seminoles
This land has rented annually for the Breakfast bacon, .0 and .in use for roasting ears when they give their

A Bare Chancc.eo1 -Any subscriber who wants to hbuy a past ten years at from $500 to $800 net Shoulder, .*>i I Parties In position to furnish good afoot ', annual green corn dance. :I

round-trlp ticket, meals and cash. Can give perfect titles. One of Picnic ham. art .0 i palmettoUJI", please write, stating The corn arrived, and was a most ?
'''avu a that Iat 18ft. long, In good -luded over the Clyde Line would do the best places on Indian Hiver. The Best ham. . .10 piles, if O. It. AddressF. conspicuous addition to the hotel menu. 1

horse ndlttHu. will exchange for a well td write the editor of the ADVOCATE cold last winter and in former years did 10-lbs. butterlne . 1.40 W. Ltm,

hogs or good cow. Address: Titusville ., for price theYMal- very little or no damage. Apply at once Write for price on other groceries Chief Engineer A.V.Y, Hy.,

SAM: NOKTON so have a roundtripFla.- ticket over and get a bargain. Good delivered to depot In Jacksonville t Jacksonville, Fla. ISliie Kldtfe Mountains. ?
and >ew
Brunswick D. L. GAULDKV
Titusville Fla. :
lory Line between; MAONOMA GROCERY Co., -
for'sa1e. First-class tickets. Titusville Fla.
ror Furniture York, Jacksonville, Fla TltitNvllle Laundry Tryon, western North Carolina, famous

Sstle-.; for its singularly Invigorating air, and;,

At For Sale, Remember that the INDIAN RIVER U- As an advertising medium, no Mrs. Geo. Cook of Tltusvllle, is now very beautiful mountain scenery Fret

Lea second-hand races, In any quantl- ADVOCATE does all kind of job printingat paper on the East Coast can beat the prepared to do laundry work of every class board and rooms, charming location.

and varieties short notice. Send them an order ADVOCATK.: Give us a trial advt., description. All wurk guaranteed., Rates $ut to $!> per week. Circulars .
\Tu. K. CAMPBELL: Pineapple delivery.slips Enquire solve and be convinced that It li the place to and be convinced of the pink paper'* Leave your washing at G, Y, Duren's furnished.

"Bellevue," t.f; July JAMES ANDREWS, Eden, Fla. have job printing done worth. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE once E. E.! SMITH.
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Mimure\ rlorCat-UU,23c.p rlb. by mall; 15c. express
A Narrow Or
yon discredit! ftT 3o into a high grade TEMPTING RECIPES. SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $2.10 per bushel. Kaffir Cornwhite ,

44No Eye Like theMaster's grocer' and ask to be shown some varieties rial Fare Well Cooke4 tad A Itraetlvelr Thankful word written by Mrs. Ada \ and| red, also| Jerusalem corn, 2Oct!!. per lb. by null; IOctJb.

of "health food II'TOU have ...r.... K. Hart, of Uroton, 8. D. "\Vu taken by expres or freight. Sorghum, early orange 20ct per lb. by mail,
'IL'; never had the experience before your wIth a bad cold which settled en my ,
Eye. amazement would be worth witnessing.Do Among a number of recipes and illustrations lungs; cough set In and finally terminated lOcU lb. express or freight.
foil of of culinary interest in the In consumption. Four Doctor gave Peanuts, Spnlb, $1.50 per buheL Cbufa, $3.60 per bushel.
a catalogue
ic 1>c You Are master of your "health"you suppotte article could be listed on this I Boston Cookery School Magazine occur me up saying I could live but a short Seed Corn In variety.

the following: lime. I gave myself up to my Savior, .
health and if do not pager There are sanitarium where CowPeas, market price
you with
1" Salt Cod lsh Balls.-Pare six potatoes determined If I could not stay my
ifi attend to duty, the blame is patient are fed npon "predigentM" article of medium size and cut in quarter friends on earth, I would meet my absent Write for price list.
*. cereal. nnU,,milk. etc..belngtbe.. ones abute. My husband was advised to L. CAMERON Seedsman
4 easily located. If your blood prodncta *o prepared and theee! food I Put one cup of raw salt codfish picked gel Dr. King'. New Discovery for Consumption
into email above the
find a market all over the country. The pieces potatoes in Cough and Colds. I gave It 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
is out of order Hood's Sar- pity of it I There has come to be a cer- a nancepan. Pour boiling water about a trial, took In all eight bottles. It ban

saparilla will purify it. tain piety of appetite which demands the potatoes and 'cook until) tender cured me,_ and thank God, I am saved

certain breakfast food and other "by Drain off the water and set the nance- and now a well and healthy woman." MARL JOHN MARX.
It l is the specific remedy for troublesof gienic" dishes the direct rewultof fear'* pan, covered with a cloth on the back Trial bottles free at F. S. Cbaffee' Drug GEORG

the blood, kidneys, bowel or liver. education of the range to dry the potatoes Mash Store.

Kidneys My kidney troubled me, | thoroughly-a potato ricer is the best Regular size !50c. and $100 Oauranteed I.VI.AR BROS.9Wbotellale
and on advice took Hood Sarsaparilla A L'nlrpr'nllr nrperatltor.It or price refunded.N. .
utensil for the pUl'pOle-and add
which !rue prompt relief better appetite. is a carious comment; upon the per- pa- Dealers In
Mr sleep la rereading. It cured tnj wife of sailor in prica or black pepper to taste. Beat an
ale these day of steam, electricity and GROCERIES FRUIT AND ..
PlttsbvrR, "II.Scrofulous
mixed. Add gradually a little of the ed -The Cowboy and the Lady the ,
materialism generally tbat It found
Humor-was In terrible
condition. from the ItchIng sand burning of necessary to.ship Ibe dead bodies of too fixhball mixture and when well blended authorship of which Is not given.If .
return to that in the and Street add 6 and 8 Newman Street,
s scrofulous humor. Grew worse under drowned American in the Mobegan saucepan 131 and 133 East nay
treatment of several doctors. Took Hood's beat thoroughly. Shape the mixture into "
disaster across the Atlantic in carefully "out of sort', cross and peevish, 'VJ.1.1 F1.or1.d.a.
J aoksOn.
and Hood' Tills. These cured
Parsaparllla smooth balls pressing lightly into Medicine.
take Dr.. M. A. Simmons Liver
disguised labelled M
case cblnery.
I J. N. Y.
me thoroughly J.I..rTTLIC.
shape. Fry In deep fat smoking' hot Cheerfnines will return and life acquire

t JfoocEJ Sa apau'in The steamship Marqnette which was carried the this name sad of cargo the Use a frying basket and cook five at a new .zest. bold by J. B. bcreven, Tltusvllle. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN :THE CITY

and there I Is no doubt that if the crew time.Mutton

had suspected what was contained in Chops With Cheese Sauce. Broadhurt' "The We headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
Brush over the chops with olive oil or George new play, I are
-- -- that shipment the greater number of genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
Hood Mill cur ll*'"lll.|the nnn IfrtUtlng and dip them in melted butter. Broil over a Ia.t Chapter," has a cast of more than guaranteed will be
them would at all cost! have refused to and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you pleased
; -ealhartl.-to-take.th
nl7 l Hood'l fi sruapcrUIs.I quick fire turning every 60 seconds. usual strength. It contains Katherine your
leave much because Bailor
port so MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
rtrr have any particular grievance against Before broiling the chops prepare the ;. Grey, Ellie Wilton, Beryl Hope, Edgar, .
i. sauce and let it stand over hot water y U'e only Sell to Dealers.
the dead a* because their presence onboard Davenport, Edwin Holt, Horace Lewis
For sauce to serve with eight or ten
) ship i ii supposed infallibly to and Thomas A.,WIse
NINGf chops parboil two or three onion drain.
i bring disaster. Even the safe arrival of

the Marquette will probably fail to explode Spain' Greatest Need. as.As.: :E3L-crhI.I: : & CO. ,

4 this particular tition.-
soper DEALERS IN -
London News. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
je sp fad* his winter at Aiken, S. C. Weak F'ine: Wines: and: Liquors: ,
Beauty Skin Deep. nerves had caused sevete pains In the

... The London correspondent of tbe back of his head. On using Electric Bitters 417, & 419 W. Bay St.,

'."" Sheffield Daily Telegraph state that a America's greatest Blood and Nerve JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
:" \ Remedy, all pain soon left him. He says f n.u
') well known
1't'2 society beauty has just had .
d / I auurns.a.
his kE
this medicine Is what
grand country
;t.; .t the "outer skin of her face removed -..;;;;;-"" ...-
1 j jh' S needs. All America knows that it cures ':''' A gui n a l t lo flay Recover
with a view of renewing ber complex [ aw.use r
/ \ liver and Kidney trouble, purifies the ...---...
.';: ion." The operation i is not only "pain- 11th Ii blood, tones up the stomach strengthens ;::=:.:":=: Ills reason with Dewey's and Otis'

,t 1'i'i fnJ but tedious because it i ia done by SALT CODFISH BALLS the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life u.w.a.na e.uvnrcw'a' judicious doctoring. Dewey's ice
pin prick as one The wholeof into and of ... is reducing the swelling; of his
t may say. in every muscle nerve organ .'x..:....... ;;
cut pieces.and put over the fire with
AVTE the outer akin i il removed in this the body; If weak, tired or ailing you head just as our high grade and

?:. 'I 1 way, and if the operation is successful two tablepoonfnl of butter one tea- need it. Every bottle guaranteed, only pure Blum's Rye Whiskey will re-
;) the patient emerge with a face of bewitching spoonfnl of sugar and a dash of pepper SO cents! bold by F. S. Chaffee, Drug r dace your cold, cough, grip etc
and nalt. Let cook without used There is
tt llTOI"J. brilliance. That ii the resultof coloring gist. j j when properly.
Add two tablespoonfuls of boiled rice nothing; )Jike our fine Blum's pure
tbe prevent! case. Few people know, and a pint of broth and simmer until Naval experts put down the active life 7: Rye Whiskey for preventing chills,
but any one can see, that" her: complexIon the onion Is very soft. Now add two of a modern battleship at about 15: years.A i""' :,. t colds, grip or pneumonia, and this
hal been remade. We must con kind of weather to it.
is the use
tablespoonfuls of finely grated cheese, battleships lasted i-
: ; gratulate the editor of tbe Sheffield hundred years ago; 'Ju.,
'j, and when thoroughly mixed with the
'. 'I' ';! Daily Telegraph upon possessing \ correspondent other ingredients the whole nearly six times as long and were on act- SIT' Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State

wbo exhibits such enter., press ive service nearly the whole of their express prepaid, for $3,20.
; ii FADS OF DIET. prise. The story is a* pretty a* the new through a puree sieve. Reheat over hot com mission.
faoe.-London Lancet. water, adding more salt and pepper, if

'r r4 .na "Cnr ." of Varlom 'IntThe New necessary'! and just before sending to

I :: j Ularnse ""'ond Fear... 1\nt. From The Jeweler' Circular. the table add a tablespoonful of cream. A Frightful 1)1 under

I'i J Writing very entertainingly in The The present style of dressing the neck Boiled Tripe.-Simmer a potfnd of Will often cause ahorrihle Burn Scald, .
pickled tripe about half an hour or until Cut Hl'ullle. Bucklen's Arnica Salve f GEORGE WASHINGTON 1NYOUTH
1<4"t, Woman's Home Companion on the subject for the day with a soft silk stock leaded or '
: of diet, Ella Morris Kretschmar tender in sufficient milk and waterto the bent In the world, will\ kill the pain HIS
: 1 l to the use of many pretty buckles which
; : f : A widespread fad the last cover. Drain wipe dry und cut into and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores '
during business
lh' : Faye jewelers provide Went into the on a
{ pieces for serving. Dip each piece in Fever Sores,Ulcers, Boils" ( / q Ii few years has tx-en the "no breakfast Wry neat among jewelers' noveltiesare Jr all :skin Kiuptions. Best Pile cure on ., small scale by hewing/ down his fathel"scheny
melted butter oil with salt '!
I', \ cure and thousands of dyspeptics have the sets of three gold safety pins season earth. Only 2": cts. abox ,'nregarran- l' a tree but like us he was too square
.e a11l111'Pllf.'r and broil over a clear fire p about it. You
; t' gained health the stout have teed. Sold > to make any misstatement
grown one l large and two of smaller size with hy F. S. Chaffee, DiuggUt.
) :', thin and the thin have grown,stout match until well colored. Serve: with tomatoor 14' P '''nrtr can always rely upon our prices being; the
: t\yo stickpins to for the
I all through lifting the burden from ; closing tartare sauce. For the latter add a fairest for a fine quality of lumber and that
: placket hole of the new tight fitting tablespoonful each of finely chopped Belts have become so conspicuous a the estimates that we give to builders and
overtaxed digestions. An equally < '
popular dreiiH skirts. These pins are usually jew will be the best can find
cure preceding this was the leaving eled. parsley gherkins olives and capers and feature of dress that a whole volume contractors they

off of the evening meal-t-qnally) effective half a teaspoonful of onion juice to a might be written about them without anywhere.

4; r ,..I of course, just us a "no midday New combs include the high combs, mayonnaise dressing made of a cup of giving an accurate description of the BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
side combs and half round combs for oil two tablespoonf uls: of tarragon vinegar + a c St. Augustine Fla.
meal cure" would bo if ft should be beauty and variety \\lilclijmect your eye t ,
clasping the knot of hair.
promulgated yolk of one egg. one-fourth a tea- at turn. .
Avery large and beantifdlycutcrye spoonful of salt and half a teaspoonful every
: i One of the most splendid cures (for -- Y 9".uu nowt
tal is the newest addition to the list of of mustard.
.-: all ills) in Europe is the grape cure.practiced I
nnl it'iR stones used in the tops of gold purses.A E. W. Bart InSlnn; principal graded
in Germany
said Lndle' Mltteiit.These S'honl, Quincy, Kin., writes} Have used
that any one taking the treatment drops new line of brooches consists of mittens .are easily made, says Di.'M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine 15 ESl'A J.lSIIED 1SSO.

Ii ,; 1 off the wear and tear of five years large amethysts cut oval round or heart The Ladies' World: Material. Saxony years Cures nervous headache, chronic

III actually renews himself by so much, shaped and surrounded' with a row of yarn and rather large hook. Crochet constipation, indigestion torpid liver,
The sanitariums where this treatment pearls. loosely. foul I breath, la gilppe.; Ilaye had enough Bond Lumber Co.

t+ is given are beautifully healthfully The brightest of bright gold furnishesthe Make chain of 53 stitches and join of Xeilin's and" Black Draught being ,
i "Just as good They don't fool me again
situated and comfortably appointed beautifully wrought frames and first to last.
bold J. B. Manufacturers of and Dealers In
m-!i i The patient is given nothing but nnferinentvd very long chains of some lorgnettes.One 1. One single in every stitch of chain by :Screven, Titusville.

grape juice for a period of four of the latest matchboxes Is 2. One in
I' so single each single of previous The woman that is usually wrong LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
weeks, beginning with a generous arranged to disclose a miniature row.Repeat ,
i r amount decreased to a minimum allowance when opened. This ingenious invention second round 40 times. never stops talking about it when he

{ t (as little as thd system will bear will enable any "best ,girl" to gracefully 43. Make 11 chain miss 11 stitches; happens to be light. ilouldings, and Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange l

i ; without great weakening), and gradually bestow her counterfeit presentment join in the twelfth. This starts the Vegetable, Crates. We solicit coiicspondeiice.I

increased the first amount. It upon the favored young man. thumb. Crochet 41 singles. Apple and drown flrrnd Pudding :Saw, Planing and Shingle; Mills at Donds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

i is said that one of these "cures" In 1 44. One single in every stitch. Mix together thoroughly one pint of DeLand and Titusville.

particular is patronized by many eminent Color is coming in somewhat in handkerchiefs Repeat forty-fourth round 5 times. brown bread crumbs and two-thirds a

l''. people and that it is amusing to A small knot of violet em 50. Narrow by missing 1 stitch 1 cup of suet filielychopped. When well .

f..' hear on its piazzas great statesmen, litterateurs broidered in natural oolor in one corner single in each stitch '.. mixed add one pint of apple chopped i H. A. HODGES.

and other loading lights tie- i I. a pretty fancy 51 and 52. Single in each stitch of tine, half a teaspoonful of salt and one ...
f ;, vote their entire conversational ,
power previous MANUFACTURER OF
row. cup of raisins, seeded, or sultanas mixed
III'' during the last week of their stay to --- ------- 53. Narrow 51 singles.
---- two tablespoonfuls of flour. Beat
i :, the subject of interest to thorn ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
; J one ," 54 and 55. One single in each stitch one egg, add a cup of milk and stir into ..

: ;'I I t 1 hu namely what they intend to eat for permission Every married to make man a success taunt ask" his That wife's was 56. Narrow 50 singles the other ingredient Pour into a buttered ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

.:i .'' 1.: their first Dll'allmd the week following a saying of a wise old clergyman who knew 67. One single in each stitch of previous mold and steam two hour. Half Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges: or building in
: American
Many phyricians exactly that marriage was a partnership in the row.Repeat a teaspoonfnl of ginger or other spice any part of Florida, would do well to w.ite for prices. The saw mills are locatedat

a i' parallel this grape cure with a milk I success broadest in sense partnership and that there in can which be the no : to end of seventieth round. may be med if desired. Serve with hardor Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

;, cure with great renewing effects, less I. partners do any not contribute equally to make 71. Narrow, 10 singles narrow 13 lemon sauce.-Boston Cooking School part of the East Coast. Address: II. A, HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
,i in degree probably because of the superiority success possible. For this, if for singles./ Magazine.

"l of grape juice over milk in no other reason, every man who 1 73.: Narrow 10 singles l narrow, 11 -- -.------. --
III ttying to clinch the ladder nfSUCCCIM
l .r elTocta nponthe liver. should be interested in I single, narrow 10 singles, narrow, 11 Crlrrr Salad SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD
; A t all European spas ana American his wife's health. A singles Shred some good white celery intc l't\latka, Fla. E. Stay St., Foot of Catherine.

springs (where people are so benefited) woman is always 'health 73. Narrow 0 singled, narrow 10 strips throwing it as you do BO into

i, what Is the course T A restricted diet tired, nervous r. \ singles narrow 0 singles narrow 10 cold water acidulated with lemon juiceor WILSON CYPRESS

h and a flooding of the system' with pure in woman strength, depleted.and '' singles. vinegar to crisp it Cut some cold COMPANY

'water-resting and washing the system depressed in mind, 74. Narrow 8 singles! narrow 9 singles cooked potatoes into dice and seasonal) ,

i in other words Animals (those can contribute narrow, 8 singles with oil. vinegar salt and pepper Manufacturer of -

I not dominated by the habits and thought neither mentally i r c 4 75. Narrow each alternate stitch to Garnish with picked shrimps and olives.

i atmosphere of man) do not overeat, and husband's nor\physically success to a 1 eiiil of round. Mayonnaise may be added if liked. but Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

even domestVp animals stop short their The remarkable rem. / Repeat this round to end of mitten is not neccfssary ,

nourishment when in anywise ill A edy Dr, Pierre's Favor and fasten .
,e dog will bury the food not immediately strengthens ite Prescription the no the thumb. 22 stitches ----- A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

required. Other animals la01Y before peculiarly feminine organ, j''. Single in each stitch for 17 rounds. duty I consider I owe to It not neighbors only a pleasure to tell about but a lath and pickets_ always on hand, thus assuring 'prompt shipments. Cypre"mouldings
or at repletion. Man alone will cat dries I of all .
debilitating ;
up ; Narrow every alternate stitch until the wonderful cure effected In patterns specialty, .

without, being hunger iudiHHl solely the only to.tickle gorging his uui-palate and drains inflammation heals ulcerationn, and / but one is left; draw yarn through and by the timely use of Chamberlain's my Colic case, I When at home write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us
f fasten Cholera and Diarrhoea 1
cures female trouble, Remedy was .
coal save (truth\U merciless) the occupant that the causes of ill. Photo taken very badly with flux and procureda i -- -- .. - ---- _n ____ ___ _______
of the sty health are thus entirely removed and the Clever !Sotlon In Prntnra. bott e of this remedy A few doses of I

The quantity one eats being the first healthy, happy wife becomes a genuine For an up to date photograph frame It effected a permanent cure. I take 1 FOR :

'i,r ; essential point of care iu a hygienic helpmeet" to the husband. It is quite the thing to have piece of pleasure In recommending It to others : Sfpo. wO. .

,'I, diet a second like unto it in importunco I had 1 was 10 stop sick work for twelve altogether years<< ,"and write for two Mr,years. Bell white linen stamped with, golf, tennis, suffering from that dreadful disease\ Sent

) claims coushll'l'lltion-uault'ly. McCrouir, of Oakland C.trrett Co., Maryland. football or boating designs or with any J. W, Lynch, Dorr, W. Va. This reme- to us by Express, postofflce order: or New York Exchange, we "II>

I t what to eat The number of people who "pronounced I was treated my by cite live llrighf diflereut disease physicians, Impover, who of the college emblems and then work dy is sold by all druggists and medicine send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

today are living upon an artificial or at ished condition of the blood,mud uterine trouble. it In college colors, the result being dealers. FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
I kulkrrd= a great deal with pain In both sidessuit -
; least a very restricted diet are legion muck teuderueui" in pr\'ufnjfovu/ the womb. dubbed a Harvard, Vale, Princeton or
f There are scores of magazines devoted I was bloated at time in bowels and limb Vassar frame or accredited to whatever Health, strength and nerve force follow the Celebrated
Was troubled with a disagreeable discharge the use of Dr. M. A, Simmons Liver Seven-Year-Old
;I ; to dietetic and hygienic subjects' solely from th..lllt..r"al organs I could not sleep aDd institution of )learning the worker mosS Medicine which insures good digestionand
If Culinary magazines, one and all devote was troubled with palpitation of the heart. Suf affects. This linen in then mounted on ,
i assimilation. Sold! J. B. Screven Calhoun
rest deal of twin In toy head temples, Pure
part of their space to what one may not forehead and eyes. and I also suffered eicmcUl- a cardboard mat. Titusville, Fla. Rye.Whiskey
'. I cat with elaborate disquisitions as to lug pain at monthly periods, *>inc* taking Another very taking idea of the same
eleven bottles of lr. Werce's
the "why," contradicting each other Favorite Prescrip kind is to get a cardboard or water color We ship 10 PLAIN
tion I have enjoyed better health than I had for PACKAGES,
mark to -
r Remember that Die INDIA RIVER indicate avoid all ron
contents which will
with delightful frankness and emphasis. more gained than In weight twelve 1 year previously, and have paper mat with au opening (oval or ADVOCATE doe all kInds of job printingat your ment.l p,2I wilt cheerfully get It and test it If" .. lint satisfactory return(It at OUR EXPENSE and:

Newspapers rush in with odds and end ing your medicines! twenty-five." pounds*>iuce tak diamond shaped i.I prettiest) for a photograph i short notice. Send them an order 1ve are clo. at hand and can rdunded.give '"" QUICKER.h.U Whiskey' is as rood assay $:3.00 goods in tbe market have
or whole column of dietetic wisdom to Sick wom i can consult Pr R. V. Pierce and decorate this by applying and be convinced that it 1 Is the place to been I'ONSIKIUTAXD dolegbnslnews In this('111 '"I"/ the saw stand for over 15 than YEARS istanhouses., and u to our nt=>-

f rescue humanity' stomach. Clubs discuss by letter, addressed to Buffalo. N. Y., abaotiitely monograms, crests coats of arms, etc., have job printing done. the editor of this paper REl.t.'TATIO* for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or toSOLOMON"

I the important topic. Mothers' societies without charge Each letter is read collected from one's correspondence.
hi private, its statements held in
: revel in It. All the world talk confidence and all answers mailed sacred The arrangement and study of these and & LEVI, _
,, it over and ponders it individually in i sealed in plain envelope, without adder, will be found very fascinating, and as Pimple, humor appear P. O. Box 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,
when blood The No.
the best 3J.
r f private. To what end That physiciansnow Using- or other printed matter. many of them are in gold and rich col get Impure. BIRMINGHAM, ALA I
remedy i II Dr. M. A. Liver
have a new disease to deal with a It is a good thing to keep Dr. Pierce' oring they mike a very handsome and NOTICE t-we
Medicine Sold J, B. Screven ray
Pleasant Pellet in the by Drug Express Charges to tau
house One Pellet reached EXPRESS COJf-
PAXY.lot to by "SOUTHERN
tin de siecle disease Do striking decoration. points On floe. of Express ; I
-"food/car. i laxative / gist TltusTllle Fla. other : -. ni
a two a cathartic dose Southern Express Company transfers to Companies. 'e prepay only| to point "
said other Exlrelll Company. i
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and 2 t. m.
p. a ......., 1I.lhl. ..........._A
:, Brevard Co., Florida. Every Sufferer from Lung Weakness Consumption
TrcsvittK TrTf>llB-r Case Which ....r.. Alrialliit ,
,1011. Itching
0.loS 1 10 aU the co"-*** and fed Scratching WAF. Roth "Skoe..1 'a Pair.
1ruIPractlce I Asthma Catarrh or Bronchitis
, I L-ulhoiHtle-; examining and perfect- In the masculine mind at leant then j

M land titles "mi to, be a tendency to regard whawomen Can Be Cured. j
4 Eczoa folk rail "fancy work" M

1. GAULDEN, something utterly owleexcept I io

D. 1sgtI tome instance where even a bit of nee. !
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, dlework may prevent the mischiefwhich

) according to Dr. Watt, ii eve ,,11111 IIIIIU'Itil ,
rip practice In all the Courts of the State Blood Poison provided for the Idler A writer in The tIlp
and the United States Courts
Modern Pii-cill afford- practical tvlBHOK i.J i. ;' ( '::11'11X1111' '
f.a Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. the u F yh iAl'Illilll'
to Loan. I.mduclne followlnr 'rnptemer r.11Inwtlnn. 1ll i : ''I'' III
Money 18 I hroat,4wn11cn Glanda. ,III M Ill Il
Erup. I
hfiffneaa, I'ulltnlt'of the and Joint.llore, "t the kln, 1 1fO11 1 1I ill I" mu Ihlh 11 l I II,III IIII ll I I 'd 1 1U11p 11pll
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etc.Ulcers I I Ili'' ll'' I i i'' :
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BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (en. n. n. efJ -
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Botanic Blood ialni (II. It. n.) I M a powerful __ J. ,,,,.,., ? ..,
\Will practice In the Courts of tho 7th blood remedy and yet can be taken with I'er. H I. I ""
. Taxes paid for non-residents feet II und U lIIjI;. on i
Circuit. .
IItrelljtiilol :
great It cures'when all e Jall"oth" : Bl X AND IIKEL SLIP.deuce .
and rents and accounts collected. remedies may act as a mild lil or coyer new of the error of this view by bringing Course
skin over rutum flesh, hut II, H. It. driver all Coffift/etcingE
., Titusville, Florida the I out ann hence the, cures are l>*"'"*- to notice some novelties which nut
nent only serve! as ornament., but have be-
One to three bottles 01 B. ,
II will l
worst kind of pimples on tIe face. sides real valne for the practical purpose
r T 0. FRIES, C. E. One to three bottles of B. l It. n:will clear the for which each ii designed. Some of of Treatment
I system of bolls and carbuncles,
'COUNTY SURVEYOR Two to three bottles of Jt. Ii: 11. will cure the them are illustrated and described as
worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomach follows, beginning with a shoe box '
Three to six bottles of h. It. B. will cure the 'Consis/'loR of Four preparatio/Jj
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. worst cane of erysll l|>elas or eczema. HOME DRESSMAKING. Whenever one sucoeds in making
thone to three bottles will cure all humor In something from nothing, she tee I. that

)lapping neatly done. Estimates for Two bottles. are warranted to cure running of T04Ia.. JTerk Oarmltnre- and Muff AB- be baa accomplished a great feat. So \ The S/ocum System I I
kinds of the ears and blotches this article all the
all engineering# works. Disputed among the hair. raged KB Snltr. more satisfactory I .
Four to eight:\ bottles are warranted to cure because otherwise useless article ii
lines a specialty.TITCSVILLE corrupt and running u'cern. For winter wear smart and useful accessories
One or two battlesol>. II. n. will cure scaly thus put' to service, for the foundation Nearly everybody you meet will regard lung troubles or THEY WILL KILL t
of the muff and tie order
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. eruption I of the I skin. art ia simply a dry goods box. The top of it as a kind of insult to be asked YOU That's the whole situation in a '
Two or three bottles of 1,. II. n. are warranted quite costly when accompanied with a
if they have weak All to nutshell.
Junes. seem
to cure the worst case of ringworm. the box must have. cushion, and this
Two to live bottles of B. I. H. are warranted hat or toque en suite. But the woman be covered with material have a solid faith In the soundness of Never was there a cure for lung trou-
W. ALLEN to cure the most desperate rheumatism., with a small dress allowance need not may any yon their own breathing machine. In cases bles equal to the newly-discovered Dr.
GEORGE to Three cure eczema.to six bottles of II. It. H. are warranted despair if she possesses! the ordinary choose. There are the figured velvet if of trouble they will admit there is a Slocum treatment. This forms a sys

Five to eight bottles of II. Ii. II. will cure tbe capital of feminine cleverness, for these economy Is no object. Bat the cretonnesand "heavy cold," "a touch of bronchitis," tem of Four Remedies that are used simultaneously -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, worst case of scrofula. things can be made at home. cbintzes are quite as artistic and or even "a spell of asthma," but as to and supplement each

Key West, Florida. Two,to six bottles will cure cataarh. Naturally in the winter one must far more serviceable for as people who weak or unsound lungs, neverNEVER, other'a curative action. It cures weak
BLOOD need to count The denims Even the consumptive who lungs bronchitis asthma
rOISOV. and. however our pennies. poor scarcely roughs, con
Will practice in the United States wear warm wraps pleas with sateen finish speaks without coughing, whose sumption and other ailment of
For this monster of a disease In any form tie n are pretty, too and every
the far
" and State Courts. Ojun95 contracted or Inherited,let, ftl or 3d stages, producing ing ordinary muff and may now, having chosen your material, cover cheeks are wasted, hollow and bear the the 'pulmonary rc inn. It destroys
ulcers, pimples, sores In mouth or throat be out of doors, yet when making a call hectic flush of doom, will assure you every germ that can affect the respiratory -
the cushion and three sides of
skin hot, hair the the box
fdllaout, etc., It. Ii. B cures
disease and drives the poison from the system or attending a reception the fur tie with it. Remove the front of the box with glistening eyes that his cold is on system, and even in advanced
RALPH SMITH, M. D. never to return. We pace o 'er iflii I teHtlmonials must be removed, leaving only a bare the mend and he will be all right when stages of lung trouble positively arrests
I of cures by II. II. II. of Itlood )'olson.0 ono collar or, if it be a mantle or capo whichis and fit a shelf in between the sides. In the weather changes.It the tubercular growth, while it also!
can deny this written signed testimony. One the top of this aide put a email brass is simply terrible to think how far builds the that his
man wrote us, "Ood bless you for so grand a worn, the removal leaves only the up patient so system
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON remedy." ordinary house gown and the attire rod for a curtain of the material. When we may be guilty by our indifference to ii enabled to throw off scrofula, rheum.

Specialist in Genito, Urinary and Rectal (;CANCER, BLEEDING, EATIXO SORES. looks incomplete at such functions this curtain Is drawn, a row of shoes the lung troubles of those near and dear atism, catarrh, and other wastng diseaes. <
be inside. One sideuf the box to us. It is also a sad thought that wr .
Diseases. Cancer of nose, Up, face, ear or neck or breast, where outdoor continue is usual and in* may
external or internal cancer, bleeding eating may be ornamented with the words, may hug a delusion as to our own health Thousands of cured cases already
1-27 ForsythJStreet.JACKSONVILLE sores, are all cured by 11. Ii. II., the must powerful dispensable. The set of muff, collar nnd "Rest For the Weary, which may be that we only get rid of when life itself prove these claims. Thousands of grateful I
blood purifier made. headgear here, arranged en suite is mint pay the forfeit. ( people bless the discovery.
FLORIDA. SEND FOR FREKTRUL ItOTTLE. quite suitable for winter wear with any applied either to the shoes or their Nobody can afford to think lightly,: The Doctor wants everybody tQ know \

All druggists) sell II. II. II. In large bottles at coat, cape or other wrap and not elab- wenrer A box of this kind would be a of lung troubles. Nobody can afford to the surprising merits of his system. He 1

$1 Free per medicsadvice hottle. Describe will bo your given.!symptoms All correspondence and- orate in make. Black velvet is always great convenience! especially for a seat be mistaken about their possible dan has arranged to give a free treatment

r\R. U. II, PEETE, is sacredly contlii| >ntlal.Adilrettt useful but colors may be employed in when buttoning one's shoes.AHO gers. Nobody can afford to neglect ( FourPreparationsto) all sufferers. Full :

plainly HLOOD II \I.CO: ., 140 tho either ) pertaining to shoes are Figs. A them, or "let them wear out," or "get instructions for use accompany each
style or petunia
Mitchell street, Atlanta, and same green
Georgia sample
...EYE, EAR, NOSE' and THROAT. bottle of 13. Ii. n, will he sent you by return being admirable for wear with neutral and U.) Perhaps you may smile and say, better in the spring," or any other tom- treatment.
mail. "Oh I But dear foolery that leads only to wreck and
I" sis
never slip my WRITE TO TIlE '
tints of cloth or with an all black toilet. DOCTOR. :
5G8;Cherry Street, ter, through many ages has come the ruin. Lung troubles don't move back.
The set shown by the figure is of admonition, "Let him that thinketb ward. Weak lungs don't grow strong Write at once to Dr. T. A. Slocum i

Macon, Ga. black velvet and old lace with crystal he fctandetb take heed lest be fall by themselves you must heal them Laboratories, 96 and 98 Pine street, Newt :
THE HORSE REVIEW. buckle and linings! of heliotrope! satin. 10 and strengthen them, and rid them of York City, giving (full express and' ;
Tbe toque is made on a shale of buck- even for you there may be danger Be the very earliest germs of disease or postollice address, and mention this pa

M. McL. ;DANCY, D. D. L. Over 100 2:20 and better horses are ram covered with velvet, drawn in folds toro beginning operations it might bo you are simply committing a form of
W : per.Delay
owned in San Francisco. in front At the back the folds are Lost to cut a pattern by fitting pieceof suicide. Either you must cure your only makes your trouble worse. ;:

r Graduate of of narrower, the crown covered flat, and paper to the buck of your walking _____ ____ ._n'm. __...n. ___ .____ . .
Philadelphia College - -
Nearly 1,500 men are at work on W. violets shoes, us shown at a. Then form heavy
two largo clusters of foliage
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations II. Clark's new trotting track in New are divided by a rosette of the velvet. black cloth cut the, desired shape, AdllllulHC rntur'/4 Not let, 1 Cholco .

promised. Ilazeltino Block York. the heel of thicknesses of I
corner Bay is making two
Tho front of tho toque then completed WinesLiquors "
and Laura St. felt. Lino the with black I III tioroliy | II Unit all freillloti, 1os t
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The chief of New York's fire depart by wide bows of velvet which are upper portion RV
IrguteostilatrliiuBlosanQall| ( |ors" >nliav- and Cigars :
ment drives a fast trotter when goingto caught down with a paste buckle, and cloth of a lighter weight and bind the InK, ululmorilmimml' nifiiliiHt' tliftotntuiifrntr ,
fires. the upright cluster consists of wired edges or simply finish them with stitch .Toll'I,1a -,lute of Hrovaril 'iiunty; iluoc-nrnl, UuarBntecrll'ure. 1
to |present thoin within two year. to the nnilor.
Over 150 horses are now quartered at fans of the "old" lace, with a full os- ing. Sow tho heel firmly in placo, and Bignml, or Him notion will lie !pleaded In bar Sold at reduced

( .1i L I the Jewett covered track, with more prey. you are all ready for tho Ice, except j. J'. iinowN, prlcea(
; 7fE J yet to come. The tie consists of a bias strip of velvet that a short piece of elastic must be Pliorlft of llrevard County, Kin., Imported
sowed to tha corners to hold it in and ex-olllclo ailinlnlntrntor of
''J.' horses have been barred about seven inches deep, fitted with tipper a ToUiiy Win,
Ir Hoppled place over the ankle, aa shown ut b. the estate of Joseph I'vtertie*
IO'dlU't Blue Hill avenue from Italy
,1 from tho speedway on CttUNOll.I2inayt0jiin '
Tho; second) cut shows a case for carrying

1832. D J fldP Boston. a shoes when traveling. Every one ; John B. Togni
The American turf congress has decided I

COTTON AND UlJ i MtJ1li J i that Nannie L's Sister is not a Notice.In Metiopolltaii Saloon! 123: East Day SU,

proper name for a maro. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
b ,

SOFT SEINE TWINES. The new standard performer Lou the DUtilct (Court of the UulKxI) Wlio1e-1. and ItvUII...... I

A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE, Sprague, 2 ::2H.(, i ia out of Molly States, Southern DUtilct of Florida; : .. .
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Sprague, the dam of X L, 2:13: *. In the matter of rharlo- K. I
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME. The Brightwood Driving association, KllllyolIlI..nkrul.t. ) In lIankrul>tcy Tho Largest and Most Cornploto ..

mo the Creditor of Charles IC, Kenyon, of Establishment South
.E.: EMORY JOHNSON, OWNllt a GINL. Mmlt Washington, i is now a member of the a q TltiMVllle, In the County of llrov rd. anflJ'.ltrlct

MOODUS. CONN. National Trotting association. aforemtld, a bankrupt I notice U
hereby given that on the lilth\ day ol May, A. l>. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
The fast pacing filly Palatine, sisterto Isle, time said Clnrlii" K. Kenyon won duly ad- .
+- lOO'f by J. J. Audobon, judged bankrupt) and that the nut inniitlriit/ of
Miss : his. crmlltorl will he held .t the olllue of Ilou-
.....""" was once named after Cissy Fitzgerald. bins & Oraliuin, In Tltuirille, on the hMl

lot' Tho handsome young daughter of TIIMTY.KJKflT DAY OK MAY, A D IH9U, h
: r silos CASK OPEN AND CLOSED. at 7UW o'clock In the evening at which: time the
which had
: j( A big yie-Id' of'both Garnet Wilkes and Soprano, knows how troublesome it is to disposeof aid creditor- may attend, prove their, claim' ,
ri' I been christened Contralto, has had her s:>I': appoint'| a truRltie, examine the bankrupt, amitrailactiich
t and satisfaction when trunk. To
Raw Silk. footgear packing a ftlnir I>UHIIHon may properly
3 .iU rosmt if you plant name changed obviate this difficulty first procure some Come before said u 118.lilli' r Iv"

I Out of seven starts I last season the TOQUK, NKCKWKA1I AND MUFF.three of the pretty figured cottons for the outside 11I1.11' WALTER

:',HUTS Seeds pacer Ronnd wood, 2:23)4.: 'won six hooks and eyes at the back, a and plain sateen of an appropriate) May 17, Itmi. Kuferee In lIankrulwl'mltlllll
.. will be :
'q_ firsts. The son of Bret wood jabot of lace and fans of narrow lace shade for the lining. The quantity;
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'v am nlnrnri the bent. campaigned in the east this year. forming a stand up collar at the back. will, of course, depend somewhat upon

t uuttpt nnr sulmlU George Saunders, who is wintering The velvet band should be cat of the the size of the shoes, but a piece 27 .
'l buy by nil none dealer but Writs rVrir'n.for Elloree 2:09: !U, at Cleveland, nays she right length to fit the neck over a dress inches square will probably be large a1.r. AT oilier Thine.
Eill Tbe under in
dog fight
1 d '11I seed .Anuual-ln is as good as she ever was and that she and turned in to form a little heading "enough ,for you: Baste the two materials all tho- a gets

0 M.FERRYftCO.Detrolt.Mlcli., will be seen in the 2 ::10 classes next sea to conceal the hooks. When put on, it smoothly together and about the Jill-sympathy Yell, but unfortunately thatIsn't MANUFACTURERS OF

...1.u will draw into folds without any arrangement I edges stitch binding of silk braid to
all be geti.Youkeri Htatenman.
son.Another new one for 1898 Is the bay I match 'them in color On one corner put --- Doors Sash Blinds

mare Madge, 2 ::37>4She is by L'Em- For the,ninff yon take one length of I a shoe button, on the corner diagonally Just tmdlgmmttmm.

pereur son of Alcyone, dam Nettie Q. 18 inch velvet, with one end cat bias I opposite a loop of braid, and on corner Moulding & Building ,Material

DO YEARS' by Messenger Knox, grandam the thor and measuring one yard at the pointed No. 8 two yards of the binding braid. _,

oughbred Inverlochy.-Uor side. One yard of heliotrope satin ia re- After the shoes are in the casa this
EXPERIENCE Office & Warerooms
quired for lining, and this ia used ia I braid is wrapped around it and tied to Cannon Street.Charleston Kings, opposite

aell.cUODII of m Bachelor- -V.rb.Um. one length, exactly as is the velvet I keep the shoes safely inside. .

The aage who said that a woman l I. Both velvet and lining are kept in one a. ] S. C.

like- ((1 wish those children would piece. First fold in each aide of the Tel Caramel C.k. Ie..., ,

leave books alone !) vet about Ui; inches. Then measure off Grate two squares of chocolate and 1
my Sash ;
When marriage la a failure, it .Is because 21 inches in length, and over this place melt over Lot water, adding gradually I Weights, Cord and

TRADE MARKS (Well, Maria, I think it's a two layers f wadding letting the edgesgo one-half of a cupful of milk. When

COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS. Ac.oiri2n mistake to give babies BO much quite under the folded edge of vel- smooth, add one cupful of sugar and the Hardware

*iMIllnf .aketeb and de crlptlnn mari great ret Then tack on the heliotrope satin yolk of one egg and boil until thick, > .

.'. you,rt.in our opinion l iit ble.tree Communl-H.whether antk.marlcllrcpoffdentplal paregoric.The love) of a good woman ii ai and fell down over the wadding[ and iben set aside until cool Cream together .Window and Fancy Glasr

.... Handbook on I'atmiU-. asWell( that Smith baby secure eacb end of the wadding. The two-thirds of a cupful of batter and I ')
1'11Ir.J"1.Uken V181 agency tbrouvb for Menu-ecurlng& Co.patenttJ rec l" precious to suit tbe Smiths, but I'll be satin continues without the wadding one cupful of brown sugar add two A SPECIALTY.

cbarse, In the : seems if he'd suit me. ) quite up to the pointed end where it "ell1J4ateo egg., then, alternately, one ;
.Scientific American. hanged husband thinks that- needs to be neatly felled, as it comes oat cupful of milk and three cupfuls of Look here, my boy""Oo f

elr Tbe average They were married side in that twisted part on the moil. lour. Beat bard, add oue teuspoonfol of are you callln a boy I Why, I've J Palmetto Store, Daytona. l I

r.kton) !$ lO"'el"lIIultrate4 ot spry ..,ntlflo Journal.wertlr. larresl'l'ur..3. a (Why, of couree. were.) The wadded portion is then doubledor vanilla, one-half of a teaspoonful of chewed 'bacra for tbe larnt two year I" 5
fear months ft. a ld ball irewadealer.. three years before we cooked Drugs, medicines, chemlcall,11 ne toiletleaps :'
the cold
(Great bear turned up to form the bag or muff powdered! cinnamon,
MUNN & CO 8eleroadwa New York When you see a brushes, combs, perfumery and 'j
about and
fallen down and is: plaited across to nine mixture two teaspoonfnlsof
) Bobbie maul have GOLD( I II. of no value when health laIn toilet articles In
OIHce. 625 F gt, Wa-htonlon. P. C. ens fancy groat variety, (
nchea. There III then a portion of the powder. Bake in layers.Caramel
danger, VVhat'a of more value t M. HUSTON
stairs ) propr
Tbe prettiest girl in the church choir velvet, of about five inches: which Icing.-Boil together for 20 1'ratt'a up-to-date tablets will break upa jj

CCMD with T-ge,abIeRtnmedie theAU( right, Maria, makes the rolled frill at the top of the minutes two cupful of brown sugar, cold In one day, and for constipation| ----
DROPSY *. HaTe cured U not own wayl! We'll I see wboV muffs, and the pointed end forms a cos one-balf of a cupful of water and butter and bllUimneidi and all malarial troubles, You cannot accomplish any work Qr I

many, tboniand.ca Ia tea* have your long run.-New York ,cade arrangement to which a large fan the: size of an egg. Spread while Lot.- It baa no equal. Uy mall prepaid for 23o. business unless you feel well. If you
by, c-Jl dhopel M. the
"4. W it u., .***< -..MMof, l| ..Tmptomremor- right in of antique toned lace ia fastened with a Table Talk. I'ratt Medicine CI)., Station II I, Chicago, Feel' "used up-tired out," take Dr, M. 4
It. IIB."?male' and TZ'DAYS tre.tra t f rt.. Truth. crystal buckle. 111. Bend for sample. A. Simmons Liver Medicine,
CUU'f lOIS, box K.4Uanta.O.

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-f INDIAN RIVER JDVOC1TE. 4-. and bloodthirsty of the whole fly

family. He is armed with a most Indian River Real Estate Agency

formidable weapon, which consists
of four lancets and
so sharp
M RUT or TH* IHDIA.H KITE It, L4KB strong
WORTH AMD B1MAVXB BAVSEOTIOMt. that they will frequently penetrate TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,

leather. The female is the worst, POWDER
PUBLISHED! EVERY FIUDAY. she has six l lancets with which t
have to sell and want It advertised
ABSOLUTELY frlJRE YOU would do well If! you property in this
she draw blood from nearly any paper free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
CHARLES: II. AVALTOH, Editor & Proprietor. animal and cattle ; and she will, if this Agency for Blank Contracts, ami put your property before the public.
Makes the food delicious and wholesome
r she can sneak upon human beings more .r Many sales will probably be made this winter by tnls Agency. Why not

' Discontinuance of adr.tt. moat be made personally unawares, give them a taste of her we AI s...we ew.la M.,Mw Yf.M.
at thin onice or by writing. lancets also. yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river per acre 2.00 to 1000.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, *:2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Check,eto.,may lie made payable to CHARLES and rumor says a new bride ls to presideover Dora. Beautifultract,120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Ean
H. WALTON, publisher and proprietor COST OF BRINGING PINE- it. Nothing more rejoices our people Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
than to have new families mdvfl: In, There will be an entertainment In the ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of litusville. Will pay $1,000 this
Address all communication to APPLES INTO BEARING. or what Is UI well, to have our bachelors School-house this (Friday) evening. year and $2,000: next Price $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, -,.- continue to fill up hurras till there shall Paul Knegel has nearly completed a HAMMOCK LANDS:: near Tltusvllle, from $o' to $2o per acre.
(}rowing/ under*he..l*. be none left to "bach." naphtha launch for L. C. Moore, of Ruse- One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2| miles west of Titusvllle\ good for
TITPSVILLK:, FLORIDA. pineapples!, vegetables and oranges. Price, $;;:;O.on.
EDEN, BltKVARD Co., Fl.A,. Tile entertainment given by tjie young land.We
MAY :ZI: 18J\!\ people netted over twenty dollars which had a light shower last Friday;
U. S. Department of Agriculture will be used to help cell the church. Asa but think, if HU election was held, thu ::r E :E. :S01T S"
Weather Hurenii-Jupiter, Fin. Editor Indian Liver Advocate : library program; and social it was also town would go dry.

I have several letters asking as to the success. The vocal music consisted of Jas. A. Hudson Is still building small

The following ts-a comparative state acres expense of connected pineapples of with the bringing Red 1; Spanish ten patriotic wan the fine Bongs.Instrumental The leading music; furnish feature acd cottages rent for them.anyone who will move here Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and

ment of temperature and rainfall for the variety Into bearing, cost of shedding, ed by Mr. and Mrs: Clias.' McPherson ,
week ending Tuesday, May 2:), 1800.18W etc. Through this Immediate section and Messrs Cot'belt and Bell ey. George B. Hall Is hard at work' on his

) )- -1898- $100: per acre for uncleared land is as low Our senlal postmaster, Mr. B. Kltchlng place. lie -ports seeing a very large Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fresh
MIN. MAX. WIN.OS. wild his house.
'nATE. MAX. as well-located places can be bought,and has moved the office to the front of his cat near
17 81 75 83 the estimate 1 shall make will be a liberal building and fitted It.up in most approved George Russell has Improved his cot-
10 18 01 84 fl8 70 81 85: 74 70 one for all expense, as It Is very discouraging style, lock-buxes'included. He has tage a great deal by building verandas, all the time
for a newcomer to invent entirely remodeled and refitted his building screening, painting, adding a new kitchen
20 85: ((10 84 7:1: with idea from Mineral Ash kills\ all kinds of Insects Harmless] to
an : representations so as to accommodate several more etc. Agent for Gray ; man or
21 85 70 81 74 of Iaod sellers, that It can be done boarders and make the house more con beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
22 00 72 84 71 for a mere song, the result of which Is venlent and homelike Ills niece, Miss Capt., H. A. Hardee has just had his Lowest cash prices.
23 Nit f 73 81 70 that before a crop can be gathered thenewcomer Amy Kltchlng has been upending several residence, barns, etc., treated to a coat JACKSONVILLE
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 Inches Is disgusted./ !months with him. Miss May Kltching of paint, which greatly Improves the Office: 124 W. Bay street. FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall for .the Fields have been planted here at a who has been visiting at Walter Hitching, look of the property. Everybody should -
week: minus 1.4') Inches. Departure comparative small cost, but the results has returned to her home in Sebastian follow suit.
from normal rainfall since January 1, have always been comparatively smaller, CHAS. N. WELSHANS
plus 1.40 Inches. I shall take a Held of ten acres and figure The following party went surf-batbing ,
.1. W. CRONE, Observer.SIIADK on six years, placing the yield at a Sebastian.Will In old ocean on Friday last: Kev. Mr.
conservative estimate and the price for Lane and wife, M 1'8. Jas. A. Groves,
----------- Misses Mary and Madie Caen, Mr. S.
fruit at an average that wo have in the
THEES are much needed! past gotten: for all kinds of pines grown Roberts sailed down to Woodleyon Kitching and Stanley Kitchlng. They CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,
out of doors. went over on the sloop Ladye Agnes.
in Titusville, and after the Fourth Dr. Tuesday.

of July we hope to see the pro. Ten acres of land, . . . .$1,000 George Braddock has a fine crop of Miss '
ceeds, from the entertainments Clearing . . . 000 watermelons. the school children, drilling them will for
. . . . 700 the school entertainment. There
given on that day set aside for the ,Sam Boone Is here, working on the recitations State Agent L. & M.: Paints and Oils.Old .
be a broom parade, dialogues:: -.
Setting. . . . .. . 250 Sebastian River bridge and I II
above object. A few trees planted Fertilizing,six years . . 3,000 speeches, songs, everything 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street
around the F, ]':. C. Rnllwuy eta- Work and supervision :. 2,500; Captain and Mrs. Hardee were visitors I| else that makes a first class entertain ,

tion at this place, would add muchto 18,0110 crates made . . 1,800( ( to Wabasso on Tuesday. ment. The whole town is expected. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA: .

its appearance. (lathering antlpackieg18,060crates) 1,800 II. Jt Charles, of Jacksonville, was a Stanley Kitching left Saturday for Stu-
Shedding ten acres. . . 3,000( visitor here on Monday.Mrs. art, returning Tuesday. Cleveland
I'ackrn/llouse/ 4 :. . . ,l'. '400) Kitching acted as first mate on the trip. w 1
RUDYAUD Kii'iiN, Bays that the Tramways and tram car, .. 200 Jas. A. Hudson is expected home Misses Amy and Florida Kitching come d 1P' A FAMILY JAUNT

hardest work he ever did, and the General repairs to shed, track, etc., 600 from Ark. In about two weeks. back with them, and report a very pleasant ... In one of our canopy top phaetons or surreys -
Cr. by 18,000( ) crates of pines Mrs W. J. Newlan and John home In the from I
son, trip Ladye Agnes
hardest he ever saw, with the least can be enjoyed for any length of time
at $1.40,. . .$25,200'I : : ) went to Eau Gallic, Sunday, on the sloop the St. Lucie River. without
weariness. You
pay and thanks connected with it, /600,00j: plants at $3 can pet more

is that of the newspaper alike, per 1,000. . . 1,500 > solid comfort in one than in any other vehicle
on the market. For the horseman
where people are always wanting -- ., z, II that loves speed, a runabout
$:-J! ,700 $15,750 JOHN R. WALKER r or as light as.
' something for nothing-more than --- I can be constructed, well-made and strong,

they get free from any other business Net proceeds at expiratIOn DEALER IN t + be will find here at bedrock prices.

1 in the civilized world.IT of six years. $10U:0.OO. Y .-McMURRAY & BAKER,
In making tho above estimate, 1 boar ; h 1

does not look as if the powersof my calculations on what has been dune Millinery Ribbons, Laces, Veiling, Etc. Etc. Main & Church Sts.,
here by following the course of those JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Europe were going to throw who have adopted the plan of planting/ i ,

t, aside their war implements, especially only the best plants, Instead of setting, W- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
': I when England has just adop out everything they can get: their hands FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA.A" Klnd of Cool Temperance "9.\t>M|.n..oe .
ted 'electric invented by an on. It Is better to pay ten dollars per Drinks; Fruits In Season
gun thousand and select the best plants,
E English grocer, to whom the gov than to have the kind that are usually nr- Your patronage solicited. I

ernment has paid tho nice little sot, as a gift. This has been so thoroughly JOHN K. WALKER,
sum of $375,000. This gun throws demonstrated that It paNgcth all understanding Titusville, Fla. BROTHERSWHOLESALE -!
why neonle will do other __ _n un ..___. ?
shot distance of five --- ---- -
pr an explosive a
: :18enn: planted and attended
One aero properly -
., and a half,miles with a velocity of to, will yield\ more and better C'5..JC..JC..Otl.: : : S z Fitch -
two seconds, and it is both noiseless prices than three as It Is usually done, "
and smokeless. and at one third the cost after 'plants are JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

i, bought.I saw a man It has opening not:been up furrow very ,long with since a Grocers and Commission Merchants. COMMISSION FISH DEALERS,

y A LAiioK amount of fish is annually Planet Jr. plow, drop pinoapplo plantsIn usAf.: Slit:-We quote you a few prices below and when In need of the following articles
the furrow and cover thu roots (also. end us your onl"r.. We make a specialty of Mall\ Orders. No.
shipped from Titusville, and 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
some of the with another furrow'

; something like 15,000 barrels must of tho plow leaving the roots In many host.'Iour, perhhl.................... .. 94.1A Green v'oflfne.: per' Ib .............. ? 8 ..in.HO SPECIALTIES: :-Spanish Mackerel Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Red
be used by the fishermen. Would cases half covered, and wo are told that .. half bbl .. .. ..-..,.. 2.10: Arbucklen<.ffced'erlb.,... ... .......... ,..1214I
t pt. it not somebody to start u ho Is an* Intellgont (man. That kind of < << 9 -lh. Snck................ ... 2.2.: : $ Tea .peril)............. ...... ........... .3h Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
pay Grits, iK ; cooperage in this town, where ship Intelligence Is what Is giving the pineapple Meal ..................... 1.15 l.nrdJlllre.erlb. ,. .. ......... ....... .f lyati Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired.
business a black eye No one who .. Wheat ..'.............. 14'i' Tometoes,3-Ib. cans, per Ooz .... .
pers of fish could purchase their has any practical Idea of the business Corn" .......... l.'H i'lel'eaches.lb.cans, |>crdoz.........,. 1.00
barrels instead of sending hundreds would to ever anything out of ? Oats M .. ...... ......... ... > 'fllblel'caclcl.3-lh, ) cans, per doz........ 1.BO CLARENCE B. MILLKB.
expect get a< IIran" ...... ..' 1WM. ) ('orn.2 Ih. cans perdoz... .. .../... OIl MILLER LONOBOTHAM.
?r of miles away for them ? Over such Intelligent proceduie., Yet the .'oollIfealperAock.. ,............. .09nranulutecf linked Means,3-Ib.cane, per doz ......... Joo Kutabllnlied 1841.
fish plneappple business has to bear the IIrllthtVRl\Ical.l'ersal.k......... ... 1.05 Sardines. per dos .... .....,....... .45
2,574,000 pounds of were shipped blame for such remarkable Intelligence. Ideal Fertilizer, :WO-lug .,3.00 Salt 2O"-lba. per sack,. ...... ..... ... '.\\10
from Indian River in 1895, and lIay.'crcwt. ., Matches, per grog ......................, .41 S. B.
The "oheapJohn" principal/ pineapple Kent nSHellles.jierlb...OH Crackerssoda perlb .. ............. .06 MILLER & CO.
this amount, we believe, has been growing has had Its day, and those who Jlaiiii perlb ..Crackers lemon, .per Ib........... ... ..... .6*
increasing since. the persist In It are bound to come to grief, *< Shoulder per Ib. .fI W Ginger Snaps, j>*r Ib ... .. ..... ........ ash ,
ever Surely
a' Klee. perch B&6 Octll onSoal'.l'erdul ... .>.. ............. .4*
Indian River section alone shouldbe as they are to-day hanging like barnacles Sugar, ]>or Ib.. .............. BM Pearllne l.er.loz.... ... .... .............. .43 WHOLESALE-
to Impede the securing the best resultsfor Toothpick Tobacco, per Ib...........,..... 47 Potash, per doz........,.....,......,..... .43
able to give plenty of supportto properly-grown fruit. Perhaps some COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
small Bend UII your order and make in your consignments. 'Ve Invite correspondence. -
a cooperage. doubting Thomas may say that $10,050net } MCTWMONS Jt FITCH. .e ,
from ten acres In elx years sounds 15, 17, Id, 25 South Ocean St., No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
too "llshy." To them we say, cut it In JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
BIG CROP OF WHEAT. tv- Spot dash buyers of Hides Furs Wool and Alligator Skins
half, then we have $5.475 after payingfor Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
land, clearing: packing-house, etc.,
The,total yield of wheat in the thus allowing$5,475 for purely Imaginary "Wish to Improve from Freezes REFERENCES-Fulton and Market National, Blue Fish, etc.
disasters. What is the matter with To Those Who Escape Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer-
t United States in the year 1898 ia that ? From the foregoing, It will plainly TlloirCOondition and In the United States.
stated by the :Agricultural Depart. bo seen that pineapple growing Is nota i?- Stencils furnished on application.
ment to have been 675,148,715 poor man's Industry, for an outlay of Poor soil, expensive freights, I offer at low prices and on very easy terms,
bushels which is much the from $700 or $800!:! per acre, and a two desirable land In the most picturesque section of JAMAICA, perfect
largest years' wait for the first crop is rather climate! finest roads In the world, no mosquitoes, good schools, and desirable HAMMOND PACKING
crop of wheat ever harvested in the "steep" for man with a very short purse; government. For paiticularsviito to CO.
United States. The next largest but for a man who has money reeking GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS, (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
in 1801 when it amount. profitable lnvesrmenrthe pineapple business OUR //'I.
'crop was SPECIALTIES: !
luiileliiimlv managed otti>iB the Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I. .
ed to nearly 012 million bushels -
beet'opportunities of anything; I know.Later -- "Coin
Special" and breakfast bacon
but the average price then was in the season I will be ablo to give
elght '-thrce cents a buebel, while somo exact figures from pines shipped McCOMB & CO. "Coin Special" canned meats.

i in 1898 it was only fifty-eight cents, from under shtds; and 1 think I am safe "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon-
In saying that the estimate I have made ,
that the value
so aggregate of the "Calumet" leaf
will bo found considerably under, rather lard.
smaller crop in 1891 was $513,472- than over figures I have named Bermuda and Solltllel'nGrowers' Homemade
71, while the aggregate value oi| \V. It. HAKDKK.

E the largest crop, in 1808, was only "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

M2,770,320. all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

The value stated by the Agricultural Stuart. and Shippers Agents.

'b Department is what is WILLIAM

known as the farm value not tho Rev Lautepreachesforusnext Sunday, ,' CLARKS, Sanitary Plumber,

value in ,Chicago or New York, Miss Mcda Trailer has been quite nick --- -

a which, was of course, considerably with "grippe't Is iccoveilug rapidly. PINEAPPLE HEADQUARTERS Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet
The Indian maize ,
greater. corn or Sir and Mrs. F. W.l\Il11erhave movedto ,
'crop in 1S98 is stated at nearly West Palm Bench where Mr. Miller Iron work and drain
'' two thousand million bushels, vaU has a good position for tho summer. Q"7O "A/v'ftslxlia.stoxx' : : St., Now Y01'k. pumps pipe, bath fobs, water closets -

tied A few crates of pineapple have been
552025428. and Wash
shipped) and planters glow more cheerful IhnlltixcE8-Dlin: : Bradstreet, or any reliable house in the trade Also Shippers Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned
as easou advances. 1'&ices are excellent personal references. Correspondence Invited.

HORSEFLIES 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St., .
-, ---- --.T- P --- -- --- ------
Tho IlUkleys have goue to Connecticut ESTABLISHED lS5i.T JACKSONVILLE; FLA.

y Have again put in their unwelcome to spend tho summer after most BUOcoKsiul Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House 'n Chicago. .
season Utihln :. Their soign
appearance for a short while, net brought them over fl},)(). --- FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

and the owners of horses, mules, Mrs. Danforth: has: to Now Hampshire .
and cattle will not be to see gono T. D. RANDALL & CO.
sorry and from there will vUit her par.
the last of them, for they are es. cuts in Maine where she will remain till Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.
pecially troublesome in the back. fall. Mr. allfol.th U putting tho time In ,

woods. As a rule they do not gardening and shedding his pineapples.It coMM:tsSto: : r, Mosquito Netting, made and unmade tine'mesh..
much be. Impossible at to estimate Clotb. Ducks and Sand' Netting and Screen
make their' present Georgia Checks and
appearance think the amount of shedding now being put Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Producer hers 4lcts per doz. Show Cases old Cottonades Coate' Cotton In all num
fore June, and we they are u or new one8- Special attention to
but t'alrllleclIIs to bring correspondence.
up, every or Traveling
,' little ahead of the times this men on the road constantly. We sell to Sealer.,
year more carloads of lumber. Mr,. Harry PJ.n.onpp1.os: n SP00:181.: corporations and hotels. Anything only
For the benefit of those who have Dyer, Mr. Kruger, and Mr. Otto Stepp. have |In stock. Liberal term and liberal usually kept by storekeepers Jn our line WI
Give; as reference: The Merchants' National Dank of Chicago; Southern Express treatment
the latest
man are to begin.A
never seen a horsefly, we may say
Co.: Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made )in New
that he is one of the most cruel new house U nearing completion, York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchaucA: BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
32, 31, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.




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l..sm9n wanted. Enclose stamp WcNary spent Sunday at Eden as the 1':

Jor particulars..traiznten I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard LeTour- I

Curly and Kinky Hair lau.All residents .FERTILIZERS.I ]
I along the EMt Coast-especially .::
the scalp or hair.
ritbout Injury_ In Brcvard county-should read .
the newsy)' ADVOCATE.

PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX. Mr. and Mrs. Hebbert, of Jensen, .

.. I ipent several day last week In this -

Kink. 1 II.place Harris.as the guest of Mr. and Mrs W. j SPECIAL PRICES 'm. ,

n ti. 1
The Ladles' Afternoon Teaparty met TO
---. I it the beautiful s
home of }Ir. and Mrs. ;
Iorsed by the United States Health I George Saeger last week and our ladles H !

Reports| I report an unusually pleasant time. __Pinsappl @ ; Gro"'W"'srs J

ARRAGH & RICH, New York, W. F. Richards, of Pine Lodge, bought __ .
I i: very fine pony and cart last week for r.l

Sole Manufacturer 1 the exclusive use of his wife. No doubt .&11 .A T OVLX3LCa.: For't1.11.zor .

forshel Mrs. Richard) roads in will future.be a strong: advocate H Price $26.00. K3T": Before buying the following Materials l>e sure and apply to tLJ

Miami. The rfver front of Capt. John Miller GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. '

has been the center of attraction for our Moldtn........... ................... .. .. ........ . .. ... ....... .. ... ... to to STEAMED BONE RAW HONE I .1 t
young people during the week Ammonia ., 5 to 6
rhas. Thompson returned onday, he has a nlne-and-a-half foot past as tl ;; ; ::::::::::::::;;;;::: ::: .::::,::::::::::::::::..:2atoati: llLOOn{ AND HONE ACID IMIOSlMfATK] : t vEqualtosmiphateofAmmnnta I'-
weeks visit to New York. sea cow, or Avallebletlws.horleACld., ... .. .. ......" .. ................ 8 to 6 ,. ,
m a three manatee, In a pen. He captured the Equal to Hone rhonphaMof Lime..e......................... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED: HONE{ NITRATE OF SODA ,'
all of the streets are lighted by manatee a few days ago. r>tw>h K2 0. ... ...........................................Y'' Bio S ;,
Almost stores and resi FqualtosulphateofPettish.... .. .......... ... ............-.............. ... alone SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOHACCO STEMS J-, :
zes.Watermelons. :great benefit to our pineapple crop, and R f Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED: MEAL(] HAIlDwoon811F. 'I '.
are coming In rapidly will add much to the size of the fruit. '
loads have been In about two weeks the will be ,
several wagon seen crop -
" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at low
lhe streets thin week. ready to bo shipped In small quantities.This n
Is an unusually late season owing H : prices. \
R. M. Smith city clerk, returned to the freeze last winter. J JH I

nrsday en visiting from friends Titusville for a, week.where he has The houseboat Dentos, with Dr. F. Plonso Correspondwith us bofoi'o being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for II

II. Houghton and wife on board, has
Mr*. Louis Wolf and Infant daughter, been moored at Linwood wharf, at this Pamphlet. m'j
Tuesday for a short visit to relatives place, several days. The doctor and
Georgia, before joining Mr. Wolf_ In his wife express1 themselves as being LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO tSacl

.lSS3U. much pleased with our settlement, saying ,,

;. H. Raulerson has sold half interest it is far beyond their expectations. '
his meat market to O. R. Nicholson. They have found no place on the river sors.ville, IF'lorld.eu '
Je new firm will continue business ate that they like better.A 1i

old stand. very pleasant party boarded the -'-' : ; ": I

Mrs. 0. P. Iluntlngton, of the Conolly launch Buckeye, Sunday afternoon, fora Melbourne. tage of the Thursday afternoon closing, CIUUC'II"! : The I ancients believed that rheumatismwas a
lOse, has gone to her old home In trip to the ocean beach. We noticed and devotes the time to drilling and getting ------- the work of demon within n man. 'j t,

une.ipolis, Minn., to spend the sum- on board Mr. and, Mrs. Ilebert; Dr. and accustomed to their duties. KrlSCUl'AL ClltntCII.Strvlon Any one who IIIIH had an attack of ':

er. Mrs Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. Harris GOODS A nOODR.-Real Estate and Loan. I Decoration day will ho duly observed 2nd and 4th Sundays. In cnoL sciatic or Inllnmmatory rheumatism will\ 1
and Mr.( and Mrs. Waters. On arrival at Agent: for -ICtna, London and Liverpool and here, the sermon being pleached at the month at tin, m. and T::1111") m. Hnndujrorlioo) npii-o that the Infliction/ Is demoniac .
Jrs. S. S. Burllngama and little dangh the beach they were joined by Mr. and Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special congregational church on Sunday. G. very mmdnvit \outo a. in. (ovelllnlr'I.r, at enough< to warrant the hullo It box 't
left the first of the week forrooklyn attention paid to the Interests of non resi 1p. in. on Wednondnjn. Litany lorvloe
Ruth, Mrs. A. D. Merwin every boon claltM that ChamWrlaln'nI'alu I
r, Mrs. N. Saunders, dents. A. R. services will be held in the armoryon Friday .t 10 a. in.Archdeacon. never
] N. Y., where they expect to Miss Frye, C. P. Mast, and Station Agent: Tuesday, and thence the procession I). F. HKOWN, Rector Ilitlni{ would cast out demons, but J

eke their future home.A Jas. Harper. All being of a very jolly WHEN YOU OO TO MELHOURXE: call at the will move to Pi no wood cemetery for the It will rheumatism, and hundred.. (
tent of the Knights of the Macca- nature,, it Is needless to say they had a Bazaar, ]Mrs.Clms .1. F. ('Campbell:: Co., Millinery last rites. lUrrisTciiuucii.Preaching bear testimony to the truth of this stat(,.
has been established here by Geo. pleasant time and they report the bathIng Notion. Dry floods Lad leu' ready- meut. Ono application relieve the rain,. .
es of Palm Beach. A number have as never finer. made and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renown The newest thing with us Is the proposed evpry second and fourth Sn11days and thIs quick relief which It affords Ialone I- j
dams, order includ- ed Cornets, etc., embroidery and colored silks, "Street Fair." Quite number of morning and evening. I'mjor Mpt'ting: everyVedneudny worth many times liB cost. For ,
come members of this souvenir spoons, Stationery etc. \ evening At ?:IKI o'clock. Hnndii)
people both from
our Daytona proper, and medicine deal
g; Messrs. James Sanders, C. L. Xliuas Please write us whenever you fall to also In the School every Sunday' at \0:4n: a. in. Also| |preaching iialo by nil druggists! "
and from Seabreeze, met '
and F. A. E ort. receive the ADVOCATE. unit Sunday' at lalrange. All cordially era 1
Kip- Subscl iptlons for the ADVOCATE, Armory on Friday night, to discuss the Invited to attend. 1I I

The ladies Aid Society of the Presby- the pink paper of the East Coast will be matter. Col. Post explained the modus }:. N. llKLI., 1'intor AGENTS W ANn:... For "Tim (.Ate and 1
ian church, gave a very successful en- received at the Melbourno Postofilce. oprrandi of such a gathering, and then Achievements Admiral ..cow,,)." the world'. ,'f,
tainment Tuesday evening, at the MI. Banyan.The headed the subscription list with a hun- MKTIlOIHSTCHL'llCH. greatest hcio. Jiy Mural lUMcad thin llfoiiinirlrltrnd .- t,
ii I hotel casino. After the musicalrt dred dollars. The ]largo audience WAS I and ailiiilrttr of the lIaLlnn'11111. ,t,
Regular ervlcen tint, third and fourtl HlKKUot and bust liiH'k' : over Soul) | | '
of the program; short play was :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chase, of Bay View. very enthusiastic, and about $;00 was Sunday at It a. Ii every,. and TH:( ) I'. in. XnndHj' hitches! Hourly Ill,' pugs half-tuno illuatratlorus.\ ;'j
reo by the young ladies of' the city fishermen are catching more fish were In town ]last Monday. pledged. It Is thought that $lo; than they can sell. > be auf iclent to out tho proponed league encn Hnnday at 3::::11' |>, in. Prayer meeting Skulls Ontflt hoot! I'liaiiPH of a lifetime. Write
Itb success. carry ) ,
a great
Dr. L. A. Peek Is having a new office every Thursday nlglitat 7:151: o'I'I"I'k. The iinu'k. The Ihimliiioii Company, 3rd Floor
uite an Interesting and exciting cham- The party for Cape Sabel chartered nicely fittelfup in hotel Riverside. idea __. aFort tj.dlcn' Aid Hocluty' incctn erryVfdnc dM tux: ton llldn! ? C'lilcngo. )
I at 8:00( >, l.n'r'I'mly welooina at church .. '.
of tennis John McAllister's launch, and bit on :: ) ----- ---- ---- J
was played on
unship ,
game the 10th! inst. Messrs. Stamford and Prescott Wells nervlcei.
uesday afternoon, between J. A. Wat- have left here to attend college In the Pierce.Mr. Itev. A. l) 1'XNItJ'alltllr.,
and Eugene, Rumph. A large numerl'lf Bahia is established .
'a postoffice once again -
east and.also to visit Europe.MJHS ., --- -- -----
friends gathered to witness the Mrs, L. P. Otwell having fixed
ntest, which resulted in a victory for up her bond as postmistress this week. Jessie M. Goode left hero, Tues Decker has'a huge force of hands! CATHOLIC ruuitnr.Service 'I

(Ir. Rumph, after excellent playing by day to spend a week at Ercildouno Inn, walking R. Quay's mansion. at 10 a, in. every Sunday' In new .
Go It Titusville if want the biggest Church Imlldlng, North Tic usvllle. Children' .
th gentlemen.Last crowd, had.you We will look nos land, the guest of Mrs. L. Moore. Mrs. S. Campbell, of Miami, arrived catechlmn at S i>. m.Itny. .

Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. for the baloon you ever ascension and circus on The dance at Educational hall last Monday on.a visit to her )pareuts. ,J. F. O'ln"LK.ltcI1tor.lr C? OF FLORIDA, 0w ('.

,1v. Elder gave a complimentary dancethe the 4th of July. Thursday evening given by our young The IIhcl'ltTVaM In town Sunday shaking
members of the Entre Nous club men, was most enjoyable. Messrs. I'ren- hands with his many friends hero. ] (TN JCII'A I.. "
ad The Miami hotel W. W. Otwell's horse was seriously Wells and Wm. Chaffee .
their friends cas- cott were splendid ---- --- --- j
decorated for the cut by becoming entangled in a loose The fishermen are doing very well hero. 4CROWN
0 was beautifully managers. ( )
casion and from nine until eleven meT- wire hanging: from a pole on the old government trolling for trout, big catches beIng TOWN ('IIUN'IL.Mayort Dsr '1
Mrs. Amelia: Valentine, of Bayonno Adlnminr M.IXxo'ti .
feet the smooth floor. telegraph line. made every day. t llradyt I alderuu'ntlno.
glided: over plantation ill Tlllnian'was In town Mon W. It, Knox, lno.' It. Walker I). L. ,"I
'liciouB refreshments were then serveder John Hopkins, while struggling' hardto day on business. Tuesday evening: Capt. The Rev Mr.. Allen hold services In (iHiildoii. .:. r.lIfR.IYIIUI"t'llIlIrl, .lohn llcnryj/ '
which the two step and waltz con- haul in lOft sawfish thrown clerk and troannreri C. H. Hchnylen' iimmhafanil JACKSONVILLE..
a was
U.( G. Gleason brought a jolly party of the Methodist chinch last Sunday to a collector i M H. ..linen jr The council '
cued until a late hour.Jensen.. several feet, and fell on a catfish, the fin Eau Gallieites down on his launch for a large congregation.B. meet tlrnt Tuesday In each month.! /
piercing his foot its full length.We ,
moonlight trip. Miller, the master inorchanlc of the 'J
do not begrudge any section of the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells and daughter F. E. C. Ry., at this place, left !Sunday INDIAN UIVKR nUAIWS.I ;.;..

county their shell road, but it is rather Miss Gladys, left hero, Monday, for forIt.: Augustine >rlll at the Armory over county jail, every ,,
hard on us poor mortals to have no roadat Xew York. This family are always very Tuesday evening In the month, at M o'clock. .'r !I
G. E Coon seems to find considerable all from the Magruder/ place to the much missed when they leave hero and A light shower fell IclollInday, the It. R. IIMK, JII", ('Cuit.ln.| "I'f
:raction: at Melbourne, having paidat first] for a good weeks. Vegetation. !
: Brantley postofBce, three-quarters of a many Ask Grocer for
bo them
we will all /glad to see return to your i;,
burg several visits lately. is suffering the hunt has been so Intense
i mile. It would take a detective and the their beautiful home on the bluff; < ,
Oaths 16th Inst., Miss Adele Violet county coon dogs to find it. the last few days.A HOARD OK TRADE "4 Crown" Butter. ;J

eckler and John T. Hamilton were lined Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Walker from Go- few of our colored citizens took In Meets eury ntcond WedneNday night In each :
mez, arrived in town last week and have month at II:(lip o'clock: In roonm over Take other. ;
the holy bonds of matrimony at the excursion last week to Palm Hunch. I'"t"nlr'e. no
' -Have you paid your subscription! ? rented the Mltchel I cottage., We welcome .h\lllelli. K. Joint, president; Win. 1\
eAl Fresco hotel, Harry W. Richards, The band serenaded' few of citizens '
, If not, ploase do so. this young couple and know they a our tri'HBuier j .LUJinstsecretary.COUNTY' -
itary Public officiating. The court- during the afternoon.
will enjoy living In Melbourne, as they
luadiug] to the consumation! of this
arrive was brief but ardent and full Georgiana.Born both have relatives and friends lere. / OITICKIIH. TRY BUG DEATH ,
-If In search of
you are bargains,
We extend best wishes. The sad news reached us last Tuesday,
read the ADVOCATE columns
eleven of the death of Mrs. Andrew McAdams, carefully- SCHOOL )lOA IW. I
The rain that we have been desiring, to Mr.and Mrs. Russell an ,
ame to hand on Friday last, and weave pound boys of Chicago, who spent last winter here J. M. Dixon Tltudvlllot U. N. Andrew ON GROWING
as a result, increased the size of with her sister, Mrs. Frank Robertson, City Point. Cocoa j H. K, (Jlbl.n, Melbourne. ,
Mi s.Owen was passenger on the Coi'Tu and sister-in-law Mrs. John Goode. The VEGETATION. ,
ur pineapples one cent out In thepen
per ney to Cocoa Tuesday on a shopping ex bereaved family and relatives have our _
and three cent under sheds.'e '
understand per that R. D. Hoke, Is gog /: pedition. heartfelt sympathy. Sheriff Brown, of Titusville was a COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ; :r4 k ; ;; 1
to Paxton and Hatch with their visitor In this town this week. W. H. Sharpe, Bharite;+'''*, chairman t An Insecticide Dnd'
cover three acres and W. G. Gil- Messrs. Almost ev.ery evening/ during these Mendel LaUranKet J. U. Walker 7ltusville]" ;
ore live. So it will be seen that quite families spent a'few days at Oceanus last lovely moonlight nllhtlliar/e/ parties go Comm Reams of the Narrows, visited Jno. lloimton, Eau ()talus; .1.N. Wilier. Ankona. D E T ,
Plant Food
few of us are adopting the methods re- week.J. over to Melbourne Beach to hunt turtle City Point one Jay this week month.Regular enlon are held ant Monday In each iU

ired to /grow good fruit at a profit Last Saturday night Messrs. Geo. I
B. Bower went down to Palm eggs. M. Is Combined.. i
Hondry shipping quite a number
stead of poor fruit at a loss. Philips and Alex Goode found a turtle .
to work the addition h MM.I r aq a .I.
Beach Saturday, on with about hundred In It. of tomatoes from his farm this week. COUNTY: OFFICIALS. e4 r c.r,s ,. ,s,. {
James Holmes'made a shipment of SO that Is being put on to the Hotel Royal nest one eggs
atesof pineapples this past week from Poinciana at that place.] It is jolly sport for the young and old. C. A. Robinson Is clearing: ground to .Minor Jonni, TIMivllle circuit judge) T). ADVANTAGES OF USE: 'j
Golden, Tltu.vllle, judge M.Uoldmnlth .
der put in a large crop of sweet potatoes county ) Easy to apply, wind does not blow It-
cover. Twenty one of these pack- condition of Mrs. JIulrbeshealth Tltnvllle, roeaiitlng attorney|
eighteen to the crate the balance The I his season. A. A. HltIwart.Tltlll\'llI., clerk circuit court! J. off, and rain will not wash It off. Prevents -
Is a slight/: change/ for the better. !She is Bovine.Quite \1'. Woolen, Cocoa, tai aMimor| K. W. Hall, blight. Nonpoisonous and will ?
enty four to the The Indica- Mills and Walter Hatter visited
crate. Alice
subject to spells of heart failure to such Tltinvllle, tax rollnctori oos are that pines under covet are go- extent that she can sit only a short Courtenay on last Saturday and attended treasurer i J. H. Courttlnllv. suI.erlntesd not Injure pant except Insect life; "
[ lobe fancy despite the fact that were an up a number of our ]people expectto a IIQcl.Lll1t the home of Mr and Mrs. county c Instruction: i J. o. 10',10.1 Tltunvlllo, an excellent food, and will Increase 1'
J.r, lirown lie sheriff.
surveyor j growth of Send for circulars and
not crop.
intentionly In the fancy line time.Mrs. attend the picnic given at Crabb, on /Sanders.Mr. '
tit and did not testimonials from those who have used.
looks as If we are going to have Blackman daughters June 2nd. 'I
nulling: to the low freightttesanlinducements find Mr. Blackman on the train at Cocoa and Mrs. A. S. McAllster, who It. Try It-It will do all we claim. :
that are offered last Friday as they had expected. So The warm weather Is still holding out. have spent the winter here departedthe -I>o" ou want to buy or coll property( DAKFOIITU CHEMICAL Co., ,

foreign pines. Our growers are feel- they returned to this place to await his No rain and plenty of big flies and moor first of the week for their home In on Indian River ? If you do, write the Or Leomlnster, Mas.

g wry sore over this discrimination. coming.Rev. quitoes are here. Wilmington, Del. Indian River Heal Estate Agency, Titus It. J. Martlnay, Gen'l Agt. '
ville, Fla. See )page -1. Jackaonyllle!
Nether we will have to go out of bjislM J. B. Hawk has been transferredfrom The mall between Bovine and Savage The family of J. D. Hatter entertained Via.of .

remains to be seen. Freight rates this charge/ to DeLand. Rev. !birder- goes twice a week. Gene S. Stewart Is a jolly crowd of young people at their _._ .
om ---- -------------- --- ------- ----- -- -
Miami in car lots to Chicago Is six- field, from the Exst Ohio Conference the mall carrier. cozy house on last Tuesday evening with i
one cents per standard crate, of Ba- takes his place. The new minister preached a candy pull, which was attended by all, -
\ pineapples while from Jensen Last t"unday the Sabbath school met and much.
mJ8 It
, two finesermonsSunday at this place. they enjoyed very

,ewers hundred pay miles eighty/: north five of cents Miami on, our his His congregation and extend welcome.At to him. hearty again had been, and given after, a the motion customary was made lesson to Mr. A. N, Mathers' still devoting The MonarchAIISOM'THI.Y{) j jI f Strength is

me grown products. This Is greetings a warm extend a vote of thanks to J. H. lladley, considerable time to his orange trees, )
'D' 1 with! a vengence. Pineapples this the store dock Monday; afternoon of Richmond, lad,, the Mellnmrne Ep- budding and paring, and we believe If no ) 4.,
""'" have been packed in the Baham- Edward Adams In taking his /gun out ol worth League, ' marked while still in the Bahamas, astcked the row boat by the muzzle and giving it and others for help, In the shape of bibles, he will soon have a nice ]lot of oranges I

) ty I the East Coast Packing Co., a push on the dock discharged the gun, papers, song book, etc. Mrs. Belle M. ---- -- --.-. LION J
*"", Ha. sent Into markets and sold the whole load of buckshot passing/ be- :Stewart WAS then appointed supeilnten-

'"" da grown fruit. Is this justice tween his, arm and side, doing no' harm dent. Eldora.

I ini>* of iu who have Invested our except the shock and fright./. A pretty .

IIQP\, lime and labor to build up a close call Edward You had better not try [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any S. II. Walsh went to the house of lef-! \

Putjr ,t' for our fruit ? Who Is It that it again. The shot spattered .pretty live- jolt printing you need.] ugeon Fild.iy, to take vegetables to Mr
trrIug! to steal the reputation that we ly around the front porch of Ir.I Cham Cou to n t. -
toe Iolahllshed to work off .something bers' house. Edward discovered later 4au COFFEEo
Inters.,1. burned hand, the You should subscribe for the pink j f 1a
quality on the public to our that he had a powder Daytona. 4 R '
,nine,", :' Evidently there is some- one that he was holding the muzzle of paper If you want the news of the East, FK
I" '"' when it went off so unexpect 1 Coast.
, iicaly\ wrong with our laws that the gun in I

ctu I tiling/ U possible. edly. The Methodist I'arsonage U being enlarged Mr. Allen of Oak Hill, accompaniedby "III !r--- _'"1_
and r'tltted-most necessary Ca'pt. Gaines, were calling on friends lilt.

I Rio. work. Saturday: ( I'l'UK.) '
,un'aaad' mention the ADVOCATE whenTibbals.
: vertlaers. I Two of our yachts, the Sultana slid H. Moeller, of New Smyrna was bere Its strength comes from Its :I purity. It Is all puro coffee. 'I

Mr. Smart will leave for his horn In the Mischief, go to Miami on the Fourthof the first of the week looking after the Interests freshly roasted, and is sole I only In one-pound sealedII .

Newark, O., this week, but expects. to July to see about that $lbO prize. of Mrs. J. Moulton. packages. Each package wl mako 40 cups. Tno pack.
fall. ago Is sealed at the Mills i,o that tho aroma Is never
be with us again next 1'retty much all of the winter residents II. J. Magruder and G. B. Cooper, of weakened. It has a dollcl [>us flavor. Incomparable !

Frank Glass has bought the cat boat are gone; and aa the coast travel Oak Hill, came over last FrIday to get a strength. It Is a luxury with In the roach of all.Coffee "
1liss' Misie' Summers Three Friends from Geo. Rea, who will from the Interior has not yet set In, our large spar that had washed ashore at
day" is spending sever- the summer in New Jersey. streets are a little quiet. Turtle mound. Insist on "Llon" :.
spend _
*' Will
dale as the guest of Mrs. Never ground noi old In bulk.
ro kav.Dr Mrs. Miller has moved to West Palm The election, Thursday, to fill a vacan None Cenulno wit hout Llon'a hoad.

F !II. Beach, where Mr. Miller Is, working. cy of the aldermeu, caused by the rtrnlg. <1<...* not bT Moo Coffoj In bU store.
i Houghton and wife were the 83T We would esteem the favor If our rud u. his nauw slid .ddn.. tbal w.
the fall. of J. A. Maabs resulted In the
in nation ,
:nda :" Mr> and M" W< !It IIarrU n They expect' to return selection of Wm. Atwood., readers, when writing or calling upon If your Grocer m.say,ulMtlrut.plant It ou. Ml. Ib",., IH But accept

) Mr. Toussalnt l I. painting! his house. our advertisers to purchase merchandise, WUOIJiUN S1MOE CO.. Tulwlo. 051$ '

Mr and Mrs. Jas. Andrews and Miss The Inside work U very neat. Our fire department Is taking advan etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.



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$ Dumber of attractive pieces of crocheted .
and knitted work for which theNew
York TABLE NO. 30. IN EFFECT APRIL 11. 1691.BOVTB _, ,
Tim. Tabl.lr Effect Apr. 1*, 1S99.Xo. .
1:t r instructions. aoUXD (14..1 Diva). XOBm JIOt1)fD (11.1 Up). w

: n.._ R..... .

Potash. A simple and fresh looking decoration ;I IITATION3. r .:n ,:; ,:;ci ,:; ..,g, C' .::m'I3 r ..; 0:.

I. for-the amen table for everydayand .. -'. .......................1.. 'f'1I1. ............,u.A.r'iY. Y R f8 $"x g"f7 Rin': = lSlI NORTHERN POL"fTS. i':1'; .; A i= 1 S= !L.1i
one that wil last for several weeki ,PIP NIOs1Arrlte......................?>>.. .. ..tae..x-". 0/s.. = = i o .
TT Novell of it must be 4151 r. ..r& ........................... .{ .."...................... .. I lip 1 r 63 2ObpLvTltu.vllleFECAr. 266p 545x. -
If properly cared for consist of fern, l ..............'b..Rata ...... .................. ..x-.. 635p L.... Augustine Ar ...".1031a 530p
; *- contained in fertilizers, either in terra cotta vase* or openwork v....,. .................... .'11.. ... .. ............... ... ..... 4J1p.: ..1046&520.:: : ::: lOOp Ly..Jack. nYUIe..Ar... .. .001I..... 740p $5 5S '" .
... ...... .. .. .. ... . .tIIIa ... ... slop Lv......1:alee..Ar .... II Ilia ...... II 11/I1' II Ofoa '
will baskets gilded the poets being hidden .. ... -. as .. ....... ... '. Stop .... 731a.. ,...
otherwise failure surely .11p
by tnoM. m rrt.... ..... ........ .... ....... .a .Ieo. .. .................. .'. 4.Ir1t Sloop .:........ 1t3Oa 1135a....... .....1012 I14 pAr..Fern.ndJn..LY Ar..i..E..em&.Ar ...... .b ....... IIIIIp 7311I 83It.'Ip (\& "

: result.. .See that it is there. Where electric light are used in any .:: ,.... ......................f!. ) a11o. ......... .. ..... .. .. .. .::.. (71\p! ...... ... .. ...... ...... Ar.. Bra.awlck..Lv. ...Lv ............ 63na ........... 4Onp .. ::
1T7 -N.uq..""....."...... alatkar....................... at.100p12Pp 'lI6p .. .. .... ... 12r1159tt Ar..Sa..aDDa ..,... 64'k acr.p .
4 t" Our books tell ail about large room each glam globe should be ...........................Onaond.......................... 4011 IU.,12p 'i PJ231\p' 1201aL'f'.SaftnDah..Ar! .... 1I0IIa11. 2bsp ,"
r. enveloped in either pink or yellow tulle, SpI .........................Ditto.. ......................... .11 111.itp :::: ::: :: II 23p I J5p .::;:: 10Iie. Ar... Fairfax,8.S C..Lv .....600.. 631.1254a :::
: fertilizers. They are sent .1 lip to .........................Port Ora.p ................... .... 311l.l.T .. .. .... .. 1045p 3 00p .... .. 2!boa Denmark, C.. ...... .305.. .310a.....12 lOa ,. ..
{ which is the mellowing process requiredto 46p ........................1'.w Smyr........................ I S Spa ...... ..... ...... 113.p'...' SMa" Ang.aa. Os ..... II 2011
( } free to all farmers applying make thia brilliant light becoming. 6 IU"I .". ......................... Oak HlIi .................n..... I 4ep I 06. .. ... .,.... ...... fJ:'lp .... ... ..' N Colulnbla,8.C..1 .... ... .. .
.cp a .......... .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ....I125a 8partanbnrR:. SC" .. .
6btJ1 ... .. ..... Tttu"1'tlle ..... ... ..... ..... aI6p ..... .. .. .. .
{ .for them. A little bit of cream colored rough ... .. IZp: .........................(..1t' P"iDt.......................... IIg, ...... .. .... .... .. ...... ..... I Allbe1'tlle.N.C. ...... ...
.. . .. .
g edged with one corner turned ...... Il14p 1 ............................eorc.a ............................ I25p ...... 840.>..... .. 1l00a Charlotte.v C .llOlnn.
I paper ...... .........................Rockiwlt. ......................... 121p...... : :::: :::::: :::::: .. ..:; lU.a SallsbtU'y, :>:.c. :: ...... U 1Va
suet back and held in place with a tiny fork ...... ........................JtauGAlhe, ....................... It bi..u. .... .. .... ...... It-'p .. ... 1211'P "Greenllboro.N.C ....... : l130a
C" WORKS, 18IIP/ ..
( ItntAly U one of the latest notions for name ...... +/ ..........................II.Ibnurne... .... ... .......... It 41. .... .... ...... ...... 12a5a... ... 13fp DanvtlleVa. . 1II!
97Nww&NnYak ...... : ..........................Ro.eland ......................... 12011& ..... .. .. .. ...... ... .. 6ea ... .. 625p "Rlcbmond,Va. .. ....1247a..1. OOJ
cards. A Cupid flying away with spoon ...... l01P1 ............ ..............b..tl.n.. ........... .............. Uk.. .. .. .... ...... ...... 2"45a ...... 32.p; Lynchburg: Va. ...... .206p.. 2 II/Ip ..
knife or fork U another pretty idea ...... 552p ...................... ....St. Lnde ......................... 110\1a ...... ..... .. .... ...... 41111a .. ... 52Sp Charlottesville, ....... : :
...... S l'p ... ....................Fort Pleroe......................... ilfa ...... ...... 9n5p Washington .... 9III'!
C"r which might be worked out for a nameca ...... 1141p ............................ TAt..n ........................... 1021. ...... :: ::: ::::: :::::: ..... t125p Baltimore :: ... ... : 7Mp
'.d. ...... 1'P ........................... Jenw.. ........................... 10 Ilia ...... .. .. .. .... ...... TMa.. 211f. as rblladl"lpbla" ........2 112'211
...... eSp ......................... .t-Ilu.rt ............"............ iOods ... :;;:: 82:1& New York ........ 2Wp .
Napkins for serving hot biscuit or ...... 7211p .. .........................Hob. Mun"......................... 11&. .... :::::: ::::.: :: :::: .. .: JOOp "... ..BOIton. ....." ... .. 1l00a.. ..
the ...... 71111p ...................... ..weet ............ ...... 9Fba ......
at .
eggs are generally fringed edgea ....;. Ilap ...........;.........w'nt .Jnptt.r.i..................... 1I.'s ...... .... .Jacksonville Ar ....,. ...... .... .. aye! HI03la
with a deep drawn work border, while ...... /rp .........................BoYDfOD........ .............. ., 921. ...... 6 :29i .. .... :. ... SfIOP\'L.\ .... Everett..... Lv ...,.. .. .... .. 6311a 51
and napldns have hematite ....... $49o .. ...........................Defray. ...... ............. 81/:& !. ....I..1,I I. ..... :: .... Atlanta.... :' ... ... .... .. .. 10MI' s:'
corn potato a ...... 917p ......................1'0" Laud.rdale....................... 7.ws. ...... 743p.. .... 93/1a1 ..Chattanoo.. ...... ... ... .. .. .. Slop
DAINTY FANCY WORK ed hem about three-quarters of an u.... 10 p.f ..... ............. Lemon City .. ........."......... 1181.. ...... ... !t.::::: ::::::I, .... 7'Op!, u ...Cinclnnatl... .. .. .. ... ...... .
1 t inch wide, with several. bands of drawn ......1031 Arrive .. ........ .... .......... ..flaml.. ............. ..... ..... 6W. ......
+ -- work above this nl'l'Wt:.;; Nt% S3IYRNA AND ORANGI; CITY JUNCTION.No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving: Brunswick 8jnp.no.
New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 920 a. m.. with through sleewrs!,
; TWO FASCINATING LITTLE AFFAIRS On any toilet table three pincushionsare BIN.i II a TATIOX8. I INo.22: No. 4Y rivlne.New For Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New l?
not too all different 5 i i'>a .... ....... ... ..........I'e.. 8m.rD. ....... ............ .Ar, alp 606p leans 7:40 p. m.
1 ILLUSTRATED AND DESCRIBED. many, on a 4 OSp I1tl. ............................ Iwke Hee": ................. ....... .Lv 121Op 4 65p417p Sunda)'* only, sleeper leaves Jacksonville for Tallahassee at 7rfX) p.m.
--- plan, but all equally pretty and useful 11311& ....., ............... .Oraolrel City. ......................... (ltOlJpI 430p
Ilome Decorator and Furbisher.PERSONALITIES. 4 ao, 1145a Ar.... ...... .. .. ..Oraar. Glfy Jnnctlon. ... ...'.......... 1I65a! &1pAU SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
A Bait,'. flood Crocheted and Trim- trains bottween N..., Smyrns and -..,. elty J.lnetioD Daily except SWld.y. Non.33 and 38 Fast Mall, Sleeper between New York and Jacksonville and the ,Clncln
mrd With Satin Illbbon-The I'rttlrnt Sleeper via Asheville.oe.33 .
; \ and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and :New York in connection wl
of Tiny Long Sleeved Ye.U KEY WEST AND HAVANA. S and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers| between Jacksonville and Tampa.
I Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta ,
.. :>:0.36 carries Cincinnati. a
.Knitted .0." Wool. "FI htJng Bob" Evans brought 'l"b. .t..men ot the Florida EAI'Coast Stum.hi Company area Inted to .An I. follows, ,: Chatttnooea and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
l was I'n.m Miami 11:10: m. Tun and Arrty. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Ticket will still be sold at the city tick
in p. I.y. .y
4 is made of
shown the
S The hood cut np a Unitarian and is still'a memberof .t".DI.r City of West 1:311 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdaa. Train M connects office,Wi MoRan Street as well, as at the Union depot ticket office.L. .
white split zephyr and one and a half : that church., .K.y W..t to with ..te.mer.W. A. 8HIPMAX, A. G. P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,'r>ls.rase.A gt., 202 W Bay f

onocea are ,required or knittingsilk John Baker, who represents the Twen .rrevsKey.., Ulr.et. From K., W..t 130 p. m. W.dn..days. nd Saturdays. Arrive A. O. HacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
be need MI.ml &;30 a.m.. Thunda11"i $nnd.,.. OOQIIClctlnlC with train 71.31. .
may,Begin in the center of the back with ty-first Illinois district in the lower '..... ,p .. From Millml, r a. m. Muidays and Tbllrad.a. Arrive fey:
house, is now totally blind. and West Leo.,. K. W..t
.4 reel t. 7 p. II& Thuradaa. g p. m.
a ring of 6 single chain stitchea. With Senator Hanna while in Washington tr.. n..... same d.y. Arrive Havana II L m. Tuesdays and Frid.,..
the zephyr double work 24 a c into the torealag rt From H.Y.D. ,sailing direct for Ni.mL 11 L m.. Tuesdays
Frequently spends the evening at the It.. W., and Arrive Miami b and
r ring and continue round and round Fridaa. L m. Wednesdays Saturdays,
residence of Vice President Hobart play Mort.1 .....". connt'dhllc with lfa'B' 75.!
/ placing an s c in s c and widening often 4-
Ing cards. Tb.1. Tim TabiM, ihow," ih. time at which train*and boata may fc expected to arrive aad 3outhernRailway
eUpartMated from the aever*!. ...'leD. and ports, but their arrival or departure at the limes
The late Charles D. Jacob of Louisville !U mot guaranteed. d_ the Cmpny hold itaelf reipooaible for any delay or any
'r r was four times of that city ..a.gtl.aoe ariilnc therefrom. ;
mayor r.r espy of total<< time card call at 228: W..t Bay Street, Jack..avllle. er address"
and spent most of his own fortune in J. i. BKCrvTlTH. Traffle lfaaaf.r. J. D. RAHNIK. A. f. T. A.
adding to the city's park system. J'.I net m ...

The late Senator Morrill of Vermont

had as a favorite story that of his con.IItituent BETWEEN TJTUSVILLE AND SAXFORD.SOUTHBOUND. Excellent Service Out of Florida. I
who was sneeringly asked what
to raise in Vermont The NORTHBOUND.No. ,
they managed
In Effect April 24, 1K1IO.
reply: was. "Men." MixedDally. 11. --. 12.Mixed... NORTH EAST, WEST.

Levi! Z. Loiter has sent his son-in- ex. STATIONS.Dally ex. ,
law, the viceroy of India three handsome Hunday.TTio Sunday.S60 .
J am Lt..... T1TUSVILLE ....Ar pmB
official Dunbar cloaks each of 10 47 am Lv.No. ..... .. .La (iranee... ....ArLv 43 |''iu THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CARS, THOBOUQHTARE
ti which with its elaborate embroidery, 10 63 am .... ....Minis ........Ar 537 pm
small fortune.Phrenologists II at: am Lv..Turnbull..Ar 1121II'JU COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.
cost a s
Hot ant Lv.. .. ... .Aurantla..Ar l12'll'lli
HI D a find in Lord Salisbury's II'-J am I.,.,.. .... May town.... ...Ar to 01 pm

head the bumps of self esteem cautiousness 11 12 44 iw am am Lv..CowCreek.Ar Lv...... ...O.tflen..Ar 4 4 46 22 |pin'in NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
{ INFANT'S CICOCI1ETED Il00D.J' ..... ......... 10
imagination perception and reason 12 :W am Lv. CiarfleldLv. .Ar 4 pin Ynlibnled Drawing-Room 8leeplD.Can between Tampa, and New Tork,
.... .. .. Throneh
: enough to make the work lie flatly. strongly developed Hope and per 123(1:: I am amU4 Lv..Enten.Ellterl.rIAe.. Juno..Ar.Ar 390 4 :no pm pm via Jacksonville. Savannah and Colombia without change.

) :Make the plain crown 5 inches in diameter sonal ambition are small, but firmness. 100 pm Ar,.. ... Sanford......,. Lv 330 pmCU" I *.

l or 20 rows deep. tuVlng'up both is very large. Tickets will not be wild to stations l>et een Sanford and Enterprise, nor will tickets to UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.
stitches each ,.time. 'remainder of The maternal grandfather of the late such points Issued by oilier lines he honored on F. E. C. H') trains. Tickets may be sold Sanford Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville. and New York,
tho work is done in crazy st, 2 rows going Colonel George E. Waring was John to Enterprise and vice versa. via Savannah and Columbia. ,

all around the crown and the rest Burger, architect of the first New York Charlottesville /
just going over the front to form the Embracing Lynchburg, ,
1780 of
I city poorhouse nndkin one
; ;i headpiece. Make the std thus ft d c in original 18 sachems of Tammany HalL Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.

I !!. f, third st from tho hook 2 ch. s c in same Colonel Waring strongly resembled his Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga and
t place, skip 8 std 5 d c in next 2 ch a grandfather Cincinnati.
1\1 J I o !in same pliire, and continue to end of
I tho row ; turn 5 d c nndwr 2 ch, 2 ch John, Harry, Howard and Frank Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
'f' tl. Summers four brothers of Canal Dover
I I a 0 in Haine place and repeat to end of 0., married respectively Amanda. Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
; r the row. In making the nest row 8
Ethel. Helen and Arabelle Hochstettlcr
i 4s., ., groups of doubles are left at the neck four sisters, on,' New Your's day. The sY: 2 "LAND OF THE SKY."
and the hood is finished by working
4 ..
all farmers and the
r I back and forth. After making 3 or 4 bridegrooms are x' % Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati Everett.For .
brides farmer's daughters
more rows if the hood seems to flare too ss

11 It *' much at tIm top, narrow a group on each The pen with which Governor Roosevelt ft detailed information as to rates, ...whednles" Bleeping car reservations, eta, apply
'I( .r side for several rows Narrow by place of New York signed the oath of Uy agent of the MJtllitHM RAILWAY or its connection

; ing the hook through two of the :2 ch office was kept by the governor himself.It .

j "k instead of When the hood is wide wan the ono which General Palmer t 1' 1t4 It. W. ,
.r one. y y HUNT Florida Pass. Agt, 213 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
.' enough finiHh tho edge with a shell of 0 had used during/ the civil war. Tho Bible i. qo 7, M. GULP. W, A. TURK S. H. Ef EDWICF
.r d in each 2 ch and fastened between on which the oath was taken was
i c Traffic Manager." lion. Pass. Agt.. Asst. Gn. Pa.a .\gt.
I': > two of the groups by a d c. With knit presented to Mrs Roosevelt \\ ashiugiou, D. a W ashiutftoii. D. C. Auauta.Oi.

ting silk-crochet ft ch all round tho edge Colonel F. W. Bliss, the well known April to, 1849.MALLORY.
and make the bow for the top and the north Missouri millionaire who owns

t. .I ties of satin riblwn. half the town of Macon and a fancy z Ltt3 ;

The little vest illustrated is knitted farm near by, on which 100.000 is to t lei .

i t In Saxony wool and will fit an infant bo expended the coming season, was % STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida .
i from a fortnight to 5 or 0 jiionthn admitted to the bar the other day after

!r '1 old. It is moderately high at the neck having paLMed a most creditable exami ?k

.f \\1 and has long sleeves. :Materials: 1 nation. 11 i) 4rr New' York,

ounce wool and u. pair of No. 10 bone Senator Chandler and Senator Till- '1 l l t l w 7 Philadelphia and Boston.

!i' f.HI noodles. Cast on 72 eta Knit 20 rows man the two "fire oators" of the senate I From Kriinswlck (direct), to New. York.

,,1 'fl, of ribbing, 3 pi 8 plain. Twenty-first are chums. They can usually be ,t 4 li PASSENGER SERVICE
row, plain. Twenty-second row, 8 found at the same table at luncheon y'i'' To make connections with learners" leave Jack*""'
.'\ : plain 3 pL Continue those two rows and many tinier during the session Senator Tri-Weekly Sailings c rt on Thursdays at 8:10. a. m., via Fernandlna 30 and "Gov Pinner Sano''
(Cumberland Route) Arrive Brunswick b: I'.m.
'j'ii nntil 80 rows have boon knitted; then Chandler walks over to Senator route. Or, via ail rail leivinc Jacksonville 4:30: p. m 'iFS
t tor tho shoulder on tho first :24 sta work Tillmun's seat, and they sit together, 1'.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive nn1ll8wlcp. +
'; the same pattern, decreasing 1 by knitting laughing and talking.POINTED BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling m. Passengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer.

}fi 'il :2 together at the commencement .... PROPOSED SAILINGS
k of the plain row until there are only 10 Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3-OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv Hruu'.i'

4 i eta: work 8 rows upon those 13 sts and ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways) FrldayApr.28. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..RIO GRANDE. ....... .... .. ... .. .. Friday MJ'
i 1i l 11 off. Fasten the wool to tho stitches PARAGRAPHS.Every Friday, May 5. . .. .... . . .. (t'OLOKAlN. .. .. .... ..... .. .... ....Friday. ..
:1 cast 12 .. . . RIO ORANDE. .. .. .... ....... .. .. ....Friday ..
i i still upon the needle and cast off 24 Coastwise Service Friday, .. 19. .. .. .. . . . .. .?..COLORADO... .... .... ... .. .. .. Freda;
j tailor knows lot of promising The Finest Steamships in the
.1 I eta for the middle of the neck On the men. For general Information,steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or to '
l' 'J 24 remaining std work as for the other young BASIL GILL, S. A.,220 W. Bay St.JackaunrtllH.
; shoulder, decreasing at the end of the Bellows are not boxers, yet they often H. RAYMOND, General Southern A sent, Brunswick, Ga.
to blows C. H :MALLORV,General \gen&I'ler 20, E. River, and 385 Broadway N. T.
i I. ,plain row instead of at the beginning come
Take up at the nock 100 sU; work. Some men are quite regular in their The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. -- -, .

t ii' First row, plain. Second row, habits-but their habits are bad. Direct Service Between

purl Third row, plain. Fourth row, An exchange of servant it one w-y HOMESEEKERS

I to terminate feminine friendships. Jacksonville and, Boston and all Eastern Points ... . "

When a woman accuses a man of

'J : flattery she'wants him to laY it some (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
.more. Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send-to the underelgnc'1 for

The man who is usually wrong never Southbound '. ... .. ..... .. .. .. .... .,.. .. ... ....... from Lewis Wharf, Boston copy of theFlorida
I Ii 1 I .top* talking about it when be happensto Northbound:::: :::::::::::.:::....... .. .. .:. ... ... .. from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville
j J be right .
' \ It's only in a crowded car that the East Coast Homeseeto

),: .t: standing of a well bred man' is never Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

questioned. I
I' 'j, The uortb pole it like a woman's BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

X pocket-we all know where it should We have lands for Fruit Growing, and
Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landing on tbe St.John'*River. Growing Trucking, Tobacco
II I t: 1NFANI'a KK1TTKU VK T. be, but no cue can find ItAi Jacksonville, Palatka Sanford
'e t(P h snake '1, k :2 together, k 1, 83 times a role the mall who seeks your -The elegant Iron S'd.wbeeISteawer- Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest In the United States.

Fifth row, plain. Sixth row, purl friendship hat a motive in view. Tbd "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE. Apply to

'1 t.t.I I Seventh row, plain. Cast off. This woman who does! so usually has two or CA.IT. W. A. SHAW. .

:' I forms one half of the vest Knit the three of them.-Chicago News. Leave Jaokaonvllle Tuesdays,ThuntUvl and Sunday at i30: p. m. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner)

"' other half in the same way and sew np Returning, Leave Sanford Mondayt, Wednesdays and Friday at 9:00 a. m. -.

;.; : the shoulders and sides, leaving 8} Iron In Dwelling House D.'''''... FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

I" inches open for the armholes. The use of iron has been a new departure Gen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ST. AUGUSTINE FL.-\\
! 4t Knit
I For the sloovm. cast on sts
In some dwelling houses recent.
12 of 3 plain, 3 pL Thirteenth row, -
rows ly Hud tbe break being wade in a new
. R8URTOS' F. M.IRONMONGER.Js, FIa.rau. Act..
P. A.
. plain. Fourteenth row SIll. 3 plain. direction it it not unlikely that the W II, W 6 l owllnll Onwa.New: York. 204 West Bay St..Jacksonville, fla The

' Continue these the two desired rows length until, then the practice may yet become general and anew C. P. LOYELL. A"'t. Fbi. Supfc'kk| >nTnto-FU. \I| JOHN. L. HUW Foot ARD slogan Superintendent.S',JacksonvilleFU. ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.
tjleeyes! are of demand be created for lion in York.
may TIIEO. G. ':OKR, T. M.. S BowlineGroeaNew
. p Drillhole J }iun narrow ribbon iu the 5 U"wllncGr enNew.York. U So. Oe1a.a,. AT., Philadelphia cEz

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Hotel Pablo. A n..t.r Case lmprnTd r -Y>U.w !_ EXPRESS "i
ATLANTA, GA. PABLO-IlY-TIIE-bEA, FLA. !!...... PrromUoB.The ftnnthrrnV ffplrnilltl Yew AH-ltiF-Y ;
unattractive dull dead white of Eastern "*...If'.. .!

Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First plaster caste in the form of statuettes The new trains, Xos. 3.1: and .11, known _

-N Itl. class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea lathing I lied many of which are exquisite replicas of as the "New York and "'lorldJoJl1re"; : ","

rooms large, light and airy. Single,: rooms 10x21, family rooms lvSr.il: ; also classic works, causes them frequently recently Inaugurated by the Southern v,
i. \ Srr6 connecting rooms 10x14. ArtenUn\ water throughout,: building. None but the to be relegated dark cupboards as unsuited -
finest food products used. Hates, tl: per day; $7 to $10 per week.SYDNEY to room ornament Now, they Hallway System, giving the best through +1>
service to the Northern cities that
Florida J
HAIGH, Proprietor, may be made to look like polished mar. a
_ Colonnades ble the of brushing has ever has, according ''olin announcement '
Former Proprietor Hotel, DaylonaHKAiimii by simple process
t. them over with ,sklmuiilk lining a cam. recently made, ate to bo

mtx :, FLA. el'a hair pencil, the milk being applied operated the year lound.In .

+ ', _. until the oast will absorb no more. Another addition to Iho through Pullman: ,
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mode it to take about a quarter of Paluoo Cars' the "New York and Klor-

s an ounce avoirdupoisof the finest white Ida Express": \ cnrilcM tltst.class coaches, ;
The Colonnades 8EABKEE/.E, FLA.' gratn it small and it into anew .
1 : MMip > put leaving Jacksonville at 8:20:!( n. m. for ,t
glazed earthen vessel with a pint
Washington! making! : lthaa at
I count .
of water, holding it over a fire until the
'F Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain soap it dissolved and then adding the (IIteensban) via ItelelghatrlvhlgatNor. i

I' open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc tame quantity of white wax cnt Into folk at 7:4.1: ; a. m., nnd at D.tnOlle!, arriving 'i
T eA Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station.
_ small pieces. At soon as the whole is at Richmond: n (it'tK:( ) a. m., trod arriving I

'. 'trk HERBERT E.: SMITH, Lessee.TITUSVILLH. incorporated it is fit for use. The stntn at Washington 1 / at 7lo: 1\. m., +

7t -- --- -- -- ette, suspended by n thread it to bo making connection with the "Colonial ,a ,

dipped into this varnish and after a Express": \ for Hoainn nnd all New England ;'
quarter of an hour the operation Is to be
points} ThU tialn anlves' at M.iltl- 42
repented. Let it stand for a week f
muic at tll-j: : a. I 11:35it. :
; : '.
INRIA.NRI; 7 HOTHLI. Then rub it gently with a piece of IIIUH ,
and) New Vuik ?.,
Ill wrapped around the finger Great m., ti:11.:! : } m. I:

TITUSVILLE, care is nereiwiry' as the routing i III thin The United Mates Flint Mull tin lust, :.

Y v A brilliant gloss will thus be produced .1% and.110: remain unchanged, leaving at r

ARAGON ATLANTA, OA. q % : Kfc INDIAN RIVER, nays The Decorator and Furnisher 8t: >t) }p I. m. for the North.

OTEL The Palaco Hotel of the South. --" sA* FLORIDA. which is tho source of tlfis and tho fol For further Inlet neation as to intes' I

American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best '" a lowing hints sleeping) car irt>ci \"AI lOllI, iipplj\ to any l-

mmercial, Business and Tourist travels Centrally located, only three blockiOB = Pure golden 1(1))0ii')) a prominent agent connecting lines, or to Ruben'iV, .
Union depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke : : J. (;. BAST, Pioprletor. color in house decoration also l roeilgreen Hunt, Flolllhtl'sssengerAgenti121t'estlily : : :!

om trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled 11 pallid grayish tint seen In water .
any hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, rushes Rose pink 011111011,111l1Iay Jst., Jacksonville, Fin. 1 lapr: ltJul

'50() to $'1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. The hotel fronts on the be said to rank next As to yellow wo

r OEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. x t t\rti / i wide sweep of baj\j ml lex long ninco advocated its moru generous You Can't lot Nested'
t r s y'' in width) formed by the
OliO for its inherent warmth and brightness -
i hulinnRl'vcr lice nine That Feeling Is not tho result of
Im uI n I. I b making It a
Wd ,
: the vivacity it imparts to the atmosphere 1.\: eItl.'11. It In due to the unhealthy f
ATLANTA, HA. .; Constant summer cool tesoit. of a room, I its refining effect condition of join bldnd. 'I'hU vltl
te Holland n wP RIIBmu n qlry I I nli lug a
i rmi pa fluid HhiMild nourishment ..d
r ceres fiom! the sea and Its suffering so little In juxtaposition( give: to
l 27-29 Auburn Avenue, s .LLs bay. Flowing sal hinspilngs. with tints that are theoretically! harmonious weiy organ, net \0011.1 muscle Hut
ln ',, 1r |" and its of It cannot do thin unless It Is Itch and
lw t 1 $'I. In i Special summer generally possession

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. L ti frf' @, w- rates.6ooinglal. Independent qualities that ,are not affected That,Mile.. Hied\That't.t'lInJof-J'IlI"e Is what you vxnut, rich to blood.euro '

MHB. F. A. VOORUEES Proprietress by external and tuirronndings as llo id'n NiiHKpiiiIllu will help yon "getleHted. ,
the other tints.
--- are pronounced ." It will Rive you pile, rich
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1029.: Much mora attention is being be bliiiid give > ou vigor and vitality and i
l.nlPHl I'rciich I'micy lit Skirt ctowed upon the hull than -bygone Mace you up HU ilint t you may feel well

The illustration presents the 'IntCst years whru it was regarded) its simply all thiiiiigh thit coaling 1111 III lIIl'r. If i

JACKSONVILLE: \ skirt launched upon the tide of fashion an entry way to tho 'stairs and other you have never lilul \Hood's Hnrnnpa-
= for evening wear by leading PurliNHWKST rooms! of the UOUHV. Modern house i lila, do no now and see how It '111'1'. I
builders and homemakers are lavishing gl7.es and vII tnlizl's',,\"III' "hlllt' M)' tOIll.

the greatest attention upon this part oi

''LACIDE HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the domicile, making It liS attractive im In evening dress a style miirh used by ,

possible. A wood flour is par excellencethe high elms modl
Main Street.' thing. Next to it comes yellow/ perfectly smooth nnd close fitting over

NEW MANAGEMENT.OPEN pine, niihtained. with border of alternuto tho hips, the bodice poitlon low In tho

Merritt's Restaurant strips of pine and cherry, finished neck, vvlih' a "tippling'' beithu drapery at .}
with coach vnrniMi The woodwork
ALL THE YEAR. t the edge Tho moustjuetalio' sleeves f.I'Jllch .
should bo Unshed in the! sumo inn muur,
CENTRALLY LOCATED.'Buss A very pretty wall)) decoration i in culled to the vlbow.AUflUST,

J I tt the Louis XVI trophy of gardener') I
meets all trains .
; good Livery for use of guests.
tool In polished wood and bright I'LOWIMC.
Yl: w + r 1 {
Thoroughly renovated throughout. Baths, electric bells, good sample rooms. rAr uietal there 1111\ mtniaturu ruko, spade) -

Rooms, 75: cents to $1.00 per day. Board and room, $2.00 to $'%00 per day. and sicklu, tied toxulher under a but of '.Ills n snipiUIng' fact'say's I'M f.llout"n .
fancy straw, which is filled with flow "that In my ii ave s In all pasta
Special rates week 0'1'
by month.
( +v N \ urn .. ..f mho world, for thu hiNt ten years, Iluvo
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met moio people having/ IIl1ellIhl.t'U'1i
Merritt's Restaurant. Iron lu t'ook llnmliurif Htrnk. AugiiHt Flower than any other

That Hamburg steak is fre<|urntly "lemedy, fur d.\spepnla' deinnged liver
Fidgety Old Gentleman (inquiring given up by bonne/keepers as unsatlMfnc- and Ktoniach, and for constipation. I find
pen from 7'IOu. in. to 11:3011. in. Everything first-class at moderate for the third tlme-Pprtt'r) are you tory after one or two trials IH attributedby lor tourists and mlcMiiicn, or for per-

rates / quite sure lilY trunk is all right? v LVKNINO SKIItT a Country (;jentlenUui correspondent sully filling ntliee positions, wheic headaches .

Exasperated Porter-Pity you weren't houses The underskirt is cut very full to mistakes in the cooking. Hero in and /Keneinl" I bad feelings from lr>

C. A. MEKRITT, Lessee and Manager born a helephant instead of a bass; then at the feet, resting on the ground be what is raid to bo the proper way to "iegiil.iihabits exist, that Uiet-n's August:

yon could have hud your trunk always hind. The tunic, or pannier, fits like a cook it: Put nil) that is to b'o cooked Finder 1 Is a gland<<1 medy. It does! not
sheath the and falls III flutelike Injiiio the ttjstem by fitiicnt| use, amiI
int your own eye.-Nuggets. on hips
Into and form it into and)
largo plato
I excellent for stomachs,
and hidl'ONIIon.
-.------ ---- --- folds from the knees, pointed buck amid cake knife it into sour -
flat will
) a pressing (. /Siunplo hollies fiee at F. S.
'he T rave I ers Hotel.NeffManagement t I. The ancients believed that rheumatism front aud slashed open on either fide a compact cutu as thick as the usual Chin lice's ding htoie, Tltunvllle, Fla., or
The tunio i is of
was the work of a demon within a man. nearly to the waifct. a dice of stunk Have ready! a hot "lIpl J, I', Coopei's ding tttoie, Cocoa, Fla.Hold .
Anyone who hxs had! un attack of contracting color to the underskirt and der" and gently( / slide the cako oft the by leak-in In nil clvlll/ed countries.

N. F. GARCIA, 'Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism\ will looks well in a richly embroidered ma plato upon the iron When ready to -

agree that the infliction Is demoniac terial. turn loosen' its under surface from tho It's only In a crowded car that the
enough to warrant the belief. It has -- ------- -
with knifo blade and
iron the holding
standing of a well bred man Is never
been claimed that Chamberlain's1'ain Bho.
A Knit llonae
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. never lie plate in one baud and the "npidtr"
Balm would cast out demons but For a No. 4 solo cut ou l 60 stitches questioned.)
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. it will rheumatism and in the other, gently invert the cake
cure hundl'ctlshear
each needle 150 in all. Knit around Actresses
not often hired
on bo aio by measure
into the when it again
the plato, can
to tiuthof this state-
r Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers ment.testimony One application lellevg the 'pain, once plain mid the next time seam all slipped! off on to the hot iron, with the \but Anthony hope doklred that the

and this quick relief which It affords is the stitches and continue to knit around uncooked side down and with no break li rolno III "Hujieit of llentzua" should

alone worth many times Jts cost. For alternately, plain and seam, until there ing apart whatever, In this way it canto bo very tall, ttn Jobyna Rowland, nearly
f TEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite sale by all druggists and medicine deal are eight rounds on the needle. Then cooked and left red (but not raw) nil nix feet In height, was engaged t
St. James Hotel. knit two plain stitches and two scam
ers. through the interior lu the name muu -.. ..
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stitches alternately until the shoe is with steak. It 1 I. wise!
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and nor nit ordinary That Throbbing Ilnnlacliu
All of the :New Testament has been doue. When the two plain and two
to have the meat man run Hamburg
homelike and efforts made to all who at the Oxford
special give pleasant
stop a '
Would leave
seam stitches! are commenced select one quickly you, If you u"( d
translated for the first time Into
one of teak through his machine twice. Thin
Rates the Oxford
stay. reasonable. Give a trial when in Jack-
very to the front of the Dr. King's New Life Pills. ThoiisundH
plain stripe run up
sonville. the Australian native dialects by two avoids any ttrlnginess. Have him put fir siitTeieis have proved their matchless
shoe and to at on
begin narrow once
,MRS. M. 0. FINLEY, Propr. German missionailes. in a little sage, summer savory or other met It for sick and nervous Headache*.
stitch each
each side of that stripe, one
seasoning! if you like, and you will 'fhey make pure blood and strong nerve
- side of it and each time around.To .
IT NEVER DISAPPOINTS. This Is one have HuuDugo flavor without the indigestible and build up) your health. Easy to take
of the peculiarities( of Hood's Sarsaparilla. narrow slip a stitch over on the qualities of' sausage. If children fry them. Only. 'Kt: cents Money back

[Hotel Geneva JACKSONVILLE, FLA. It cures scrofula, salt rh'enm, humors right baud tide and knit two together are to eat meat there is no butter It not oared Hold by F. 8. Chaffco. ,

Cor.. Forsyth and Cedar Streets stomach and kidney trouble nero form in which to serve it to them thun Druggrst.. .
vousness. as Hamburg steak Ordiullr.lulllk they

Completed in ISO;). Modern improvements, baths, etc., on every floor. Gas are not likely to masticate properlyKnrnllor / FREE

and electric lights, passenger elevator. Artistically and elegantly furnished. Charles Gloves, with the John Hare !

Recognizing the fact that Tourists are looking for low rates for first-class company in America two years ago, has Clcoiiluif. CONSULTATIONwith

accommodations, this bouse is making very reasonable prices by the week, written a one act piece called "A Golden Tp restore the finish to the woodwork
". I of furniture, according to a lrOfeHllonal our homo treatment. We are
month rates Wedding.
or season. Rates, per day, $2.00. Weekly on application.MRS.
piano tuner, Is simply to wash it thoroughly physicians, and you get; tho benefit

J. C. TERRY, Prop. How's Till( !, with warm water, using a soft of our oxpeilcnce No matter what
G cloth The dullness of highly polished
- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward !, your trouble Is, how simple or how
G surfaces ou furniture is doe to dirt, amid
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be hopeless, wo can do you good, and :
in oils and Increase
rubbing polities
ST. AUGUSTINE.Algonquin. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
the evil by collecting more dirt. A If we can't we will honestly tell you
J. CHUNKY & Co., Piops., Toledo O.
small part of the surface should/ be so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick 1
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. washed oft> at a time doing It softly and hopeless people have been ca-
Hotel. Cheney for the last,15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business and thoroughly It should be given a tliely and permanently cured by
final rinsing with clear water and tbeu
transactions and financially able to
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. out any obligations made by their firm. on the left band vide of It When all wiped dry with a soft cloth.I'unirloT COMPOUND

0 d art Refitted, newly furnished and under West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists but 17 of the plum stripes are narrowed bXYGEN '
1 '
r new management./ Centrally located Toledo, O. off, stop narrowing arid knit as high a* Hh.dloc'l4; fir drape Fruit
near all points of Interest. Large sample aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
B desired for the ankle and bind off Tho pumolo of Florida in now recognized Why not take heart again and investigate .'
I R i room for use of traveling men. Overlooking Druggists, Toledo, O.IIIII's .
Crochet a narrow edge around the top iu not only a delicious breakfast
and Monuments. A full this have
Plaza Wo
: Catarrh Cure is taken internally great principle.
4 with space to run a narrow ribbon fruit, but also HH a tonlo and alteraIve -'
s view of the ocean and rolling brcakcl'8from acting\ directly upon the blood' and mu. thousands of testimonial, Scad for
the Baths. electric through to tie with, and crochet a row counteracting malaria imperfect
piazzas. gas, coos surfaces "of the system. Price 7 )c book
bells and a perfect system of sewerage per bottle. Sold: by all druggists Testimonials of ncullopa around that Turn the shoe action of the liver, and OH a general on homo-treatment, wonderful '
Rates e.HaJJ' wrong vide out and new to tbs sole amid bracer and appetizer: to the haumn eyeteuL cures to the sick, etc., foe
$2.00 to $2.50 day Special rates by the week.
per torn it back a in. These shoes are
Open Family Pill are the best. op t
all : COX
C. F. Proprietor
year. __ prettiest when tho tint eight rounds are In China tho fruit is lama ornamental DRS. STARKEY & PALEN

----: To protect passengers from the extortion black, then the body of lavender, carr in its Hj-rvice, tho rind cut in ,
1' diual or whatever pretty color one Intricate and curious designs, tho top
of cabmen in Havana the lamppostsare 1 112 (Jlninl St., IMilla.( I'a
lIE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. palntad In various colors-led for the fancies.. Mix black into the border Asa lifting an a cover M do citron melon (

ABBEY Near the City Gates. St. George Street. central district, blue for the second, shoe for invalid it is almost perfect, In this country for ceremonious oocuuions. m It i feb \BOOVirginia s

green for the third, etc. according &0. correspondent who fur Tho pulp is Depurated, the white .

niches these direction and illustration tough membrane peeled off and then
Hot' Sulphur Electric Bells Rates 2.00 day.
Baths free to per
guests. to the Now'York Tribune. put buck in the skin to be removed to
Special Malaria cannot find A lodgment In the Homes
rates the week
by or -- -- -- --
individual when the fruit l is -
season.LOCKVOOD system while the liver Is In perfect order pluto p8H
& TEAHEN, Proprietors. Dr. M, A. Simmons Liver Medicine Is Esraed.CelestineWhat wL It is ever $,rOtWnt us a favorite delicacy

the best regulator. Sold by Dr. J. li. a good thing It of Chinos feasts

Screven, Tltusvllle, Fla. would be if we all could neo onrselveaWell In thin country tho shaddock is served about
LAZf HOTEL You learn nil Lands
; ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. U others lICe us. In various ways, either as fruit, sherbet Virginia ,
The Captain-It would be an uncommon etc., according'' the fancy of the hostWH. Its resources, products, mode of cul

This hotel is how open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near P'U' M and W at"k'7 hoin Ftfclticured with. bad thing for "011. Eh-why? It AM a fruit course for breakfast it in tlvatlon, prices etc, by reading the

| ostofflce. Bank and Cathedral. n out pate.,* ...hook iit FREE of *.r.lIeul. .. 'nd make you so badly conceited. ,cat in halt and eaten with sugar-the Virginia Farmer, Send bets,

Rooms, 50cu to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to 0.00 per week. OR W. II WOUlLtYCO.uiiicc (You should have seen the look she less of the Utter used the more benefl- for 3 months subscription to the

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. .....".. ... 104 North frjror Bi gave him I)-Ally Eloper ciuL-Table Talk. Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. ,



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,:'. I that his "Improvement" upon the Senate |I Jas. P. Tallaferro. s.GROCERIES L W. C.PsaRROZ: ,=
|I bill\ will not affect newspaper mm Parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ROBB1NS & GRAHAM ,,.,
who are supposed to give value received Stewart.
for any so-called favors they may secure Silver-mounted berry bowl l !, )Ir. and FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All K

from the corporations. This, however, .Mrs. R. %V, Rhodes. a..Ldwyorts. a Your
is Immaterial, as the house amendment Vases, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker. Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE patronage Solicit

l,l I Ii are not at all\ likely to be received In aI Silver cake knife, Miss Jean'! Miller. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FLORIDA.Groceries .
r 1 Ia I brotherly spirit by the Senate, and the Embroidered centre-piece, the Misses
;lC .. 1 I general opinion' here Is that the bill will McMillan.\ I UNITED STATES COURTS.
eventually pass In something! very much Card receiver, Mr. and Mn B.
i U | like Its original form. Pyles. B.I E---L. RRr .I::D :ae:
iV Some of the House amendments, how Potpourri jar, Mr. and Mrs. J. .
1 -f SEHJ. W JEROME" I ever, are such as should be retained Jones. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple A Fancy Groceries !
them the Milk Mr. and Mrs. A. D. ,
among being one so modifying jar, I'enney.
? -State Representative l'J SNSYr,- tli. clause giving cases arising under the Clock, John Henry. Lands In Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal: ,G
I 'VANIA IRON; WORKS CO., for act precedence the Supreme Court Fish set, Miss L. L. Sharp. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing\ exclus
calendars exclude criminal Ice set Boudlnot Pritchard. Counties. line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your
tho Male of OLOIJK GAS ENGINES, as to canes, cream the above parr
., talino and Stationary. causes in which the State Is directly In- Hand-painted sofa cushion, Miss lola Very truly, E. L. BRADY &: BRO., Tltugville,

4 ; io:< terested, and quo wnrrnnto cases. The Davis. We have I large List
i; /: Selling Agent: COLMAN ACETYLENE attitude of the house upon this Important Sugar sifter Miss Leila Anthony. a

GAS MACHINES.: Safest, Chen|>- question has, upon the whole been Set of tumblers, Miss Zandle Stewart. 'of Lands owned by
est and liest light for !private dwell- conservative, and little dlitpOHitidn has Cracker jar, Mr. and Mrs Hendry. & Motlow(
f. 1' ings and! stores.tFor been shown to embarrass either the rail- Fruit dish and cake plate, isses Mil- Lesley ,
road or the commission. dred Woodward, Fannie Gray, Saiie and ourselves and clients.
prices, catalogues and estimates, Of the revenne bills prepared by both Bessie Hall. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKEU A: CO.)
unddress, Houses, need only be Maid that the Industry Salad dish, Mr. and Mrs. Adhemar Price for unimprovedlands
; IJEXJ. W. JEROME, or enterprise that Under search Brady. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and ibis

Hock ledge, Fla. ing provisions escapes taxation will indeed Carving set, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sco $3 to $100
,Ales and Stout.
Bottled Beers
be fortunate. It is generally believed bie.Set ,
that the conference committeewill of tumblers, Mr. and Mrs. E. W
accept tbo House bill, and that Its Hail. per acre.WE A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tab

ate ''Anhenser-Bqsch Brewing Asso'lon.Fumous work will be In the nature of a formality.One Fruitdish, Miss Kate Pritchard. Family and hotel trade fs solicited. Prompt and careful attention !given to

( St.Lout Keg and Ilotttoil leer, feature of the new revenue law Silver tea and dinner set, Messrs. John have a few Residence, Orange ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A: MOTLOW, TituavilleANTICIPATION ,
that is certain to arouse hostility is that and Wade Jones.
AIIJd I by Moan. Lesley; & Motlow, Tltiuvllle, Fla. Imposing 1tax of $100( a year In each Set of silver knives forks, tablespoonsand Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
It y Mr. J. I). Crabli, Coo"a, Kla. county in which are operated the commissary teapooni, Judge and Mrs. M. S. locations. Prices Reasonable.
tty Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort I'lerce
cars of the Plant System. These Jones.
.JOSEPH ZAPF. cars are a decided convenience to the Silver butter knife, Annie Jones -
.. .. employes of the road, and it is difficult Vases, Miss Joe Brady. OFFICES f S TITUSVILLE
i to see why the enterprise should be Silver tea set, Messrs. E. L. and L. A. 1 and MIAMI.
; Wholesale Beer and Liquors. turned out of-existence.The Brady.
turpentine men are also much Pair of napkin rings Rev.. F. J. O'- sot a feast in smooth, rich and fine
West Bay Street, exercised over the clause providing for ,Boyle. -
cream during the Summer months,
an Inspection of spirits, with a tax of Set of fruit plates, Arthur Brown. East Coast Meat Market asa
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. nine cents a barrel upon all turpentine Gold sardine fork, Mr; and Mrs. F. O other frapped dainties, is yours when
stripped out of the state. Georgia and Williams. p'' secure a freezer from our stock We

North Carolina already have such laws, Silver butter dial:. Mr. and Mrs. J. P' O. F. DUREN, Agent II them In. all sizes and all prices, and m
; and, in this case, It in believed that the Brown OzjC'
Southern Home E:3: :: invested in one will return
4 operation of ,the provision in question Bonbon spoon :Miss\ Aline Egger. -, you more pure

i would be to concentrate the turpentine Olive fork Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan. ...... _. and comfort during the heated t t
Mocking' Bird Food trade of the state in Jacksonville.The cr.ac than the same amount invested in anythelse.

report of the committee appointedto Illustrated folders of tho fine East :> .
investigate the convict camps has Cqast hotels, etc, to be given away, free, -
:25cts lb. V
been made and Is sufficiently scandalous
'f per at the ADVOCATE office. Send two-cent =
to justify the Immediate abolition of the
.Con. rest
I 5-lbs. for $1.00 entire lJy Jtem. Nearly all these unfortunates stamp to pay postage. -

are now worked by the turpentine =aC'
1 Fresh Every Day. operators, and the findings of the Notice of Stockholders Mectluj _. JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,

Manufactured by committee show that, neither in the turpentine = cr.a- ,

camps nor phosphate mines lethe MEETING of the stockholders of the East C' T1.'tu.sV'1.1.1.e, F1.a.
'fHENRY R. THOMAS' > slightest regard paid to the welfare A Coast Realty Company Is hereby called for En ,,b
of tho prisoners. The report recommends Tuesday,June 6th, 18U9, at four o'clock p.
.La Villa Pharmacy, office urahatn, in Titus"Ihe. Titusville Florida.MRS. .
m, at the of Robbins &:;
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., the appointment of an Inspectorof Florida, l>y virtue of a warrant to me Issued
r convict camps; and, pending the erection by lien J j It. Wlllon.J. P. ESTABLISHED 1875.J .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of an adequate penitentiary, such The meeting In called for the purpose of electIng -
as was proposed several years ago by E. ofllcers and transacting such' general bust DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE
ness aa come before it. ,
It. Bailey, it Is probable that the suggestion may WltnesllW. -v= _. .A.. ::SO-C-eS: & c

ill R. E. H.
number of prominent Bartow people Robbins & Graham, Secretary GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!
have been here during the week, headed Attorneys. ,

)* OPTIl7IA.N.; I l lIv General Law, of the South 1 Florida Titusville, Fla., May 20, 1809 2Cmy-jun2 Board and Room One Dollar Per 'Day.
Military Institute, which Is looking for 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.y
;" Irs modest appropriation, of lUOO for
; two The report of the committee AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of _

appointed years.\to Investigate the state schools Achievements naval of hero.Admiral By Murat Dewey,Halstead" the world's, the When in need of White and Rye Bread, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright
was not altogether favorable upon the lire-long friend and admirer of the nation's idol. Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
: I Institute, although one member-Judge Biggest; ; and best book; over COO pages; Situ City Bakery Yachts, boarding houses, Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer rare Or
: Inches; nearly 100 pages; halftone Illustrations. and families Hone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kainit, etc. These fertilizers/ hail
King-declined to affix hilt name; and a Only II M. Enormous demand. Big cominlsilons. supplied. superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
determined effort is to be made by the Uutttt free Chance: of a lifetime. Write ,
friends of this admirable Institution to !lulctc. The IKimlnion Company, 3rd Floor,
; secure an appropriation for a school Jaxton[ Itldg., Chicane.
EYE SPECIALIST. which receives little from the state in NEAR & TAYLOR, "
comparison with some more pietcntious An Epidemic of Whooping Cough The Ideal Hat Fastener.

educational establishments, and whose Artesian WellCONTRACTORS

Permanently located In the City of utility The has time been of amply both Houses demon trated.has, as'a whooping Last winter cough during my children epidemic contractedthe of t Bicyclists will find it a Bel

-Jacksonville the year round, carryingthe rule, recently been largely employed In disease, having severe coughing ,l ,
largest; and most Complete Optical purely routine work-committee I'eport"l ipells. We had used Chamberlain'sCough The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hat4
bids on second reading, and so ; )y I
Fla. onnets.
Remedy successfully Ban Gallic
:Stock South. A scientific and careful the therefore very ,
dally proceedings are, oroup, and naturally turned to It at that Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for pai
test made before fitting glasses. anything but Inspiring. The House, for time and found It relieved the cough ulars and clrculrrs. Address, "I. H. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., I Ifcy
Office and Salesroom N. E. corner of example, has hardly taken up bills on and effected a complete cure.-John E. Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.|
1, Stay & Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug store. their third reading/ and final passage for Clifford, proprietor Norwood House, The "Advocate."
two weeks and need bo
no one surprised
Norwood, N. Y. This remedy is for sale
\ to the session close with much less
H see
all druggists and medicine dealers. ADVOCATE is
by The INDIAN RIVER onsale
futile legislation than is usually Imposed
news-stands at five When in JACKSONVILLE
at the following ,
Fop Snlo. upon the statute book. THE CLYD1
+ 1i The Important bills relating to tho 1 Subscriber your attention Is drawn cent per copyTltusvllleFred: Visit'
J State Board of Health have, however, to the name-and-date slip pasted upon S. ChalTee.II "
Fla. five and ten
At Daytona, acre J. B. Screven.
j I dots choice vegetable and. orange lands recently passed the House. One "1"11 your paper or wrapper If you are In Jacksonville Windsor hotel. The finest SALOON in the South.
the In all
Board absolute authority cases arrears, please remit.
cash will make liberal

1" 'I j. f' 'Cheap''terms. Address COUHTLANU,, or DUCKMAN, of makes suspicious tho appropriation diseases, while necessary the second to I The best liquors that money can H t tof

cover the deficiency caused by the un Protect Y6ur
I ,,,, ,22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. usual expenses of 1808. The Senate bill I INSURANCE. FIRE
,, all the favorite brands constantly on hand. I
r on this subject appropriated $:l3OOa, Property Against
) which sum the House has reduced t to :Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export nee
-"Sam 1'erkliis In Dyeing. 15,000: or such part thereof as may prove LXGElTNXNG: A :iict OYOLONES.I Proprictoil
necessary. represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life SMITH & MUNCH,
4j I Xlontlemon's clothing Cleaned, pressedmnd The Legislature has of'late' been amusing Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
: repaired. Dyeing in all Us branches Jtself by tho killing of fish bills and Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
'Old made to look to laws, and has It Is to be feared,
I \ clothing equal now game
call address S. SCIIUYLER,
For Rates Information etc. on or
All orders by mall or express promptly in some Instances, acted unwisely. It Titusville, Fla. GAY '
Attended to. l'rlc08.10w. Work good. seems Impossible to frame either game BROTHERS
I Satisfaction guaranteed. law or a fish bill that will fit the necessi- _- .
SAM PKKKINB, Cleaner and Dyer, ties of the entire, state, and close observers
Tltusvlllo, Fla. believe! that the entire matter Is SPECIAL SALE I .
QO years In Sanford, Fla. ono that might safely be left tq the local Palatka Florida. GROCER!
a ( I option Principle. ..
"" The 11 sh bill, enacted last session by 2T CiOST.: 1
Senator Fuller, of Manatee, affords 11 1I I
I We make a Special Feature of
., rr: Reading notice ads on this page case in point. This act, while partially our
'!t aa.ro live cents per line per week adapted to the needs of the wholesale Beginning TODAY and continuing until JUNE 2nd, we offer our stock of

fish dealers of his section, was far from DRY GOODS, SHOES. CLOTHING, MATTINGS\ HATS, etc., AT COST. Mail Order Departmen)
If{ .' satisfactory to tho people living !along!
Gulf upon this side of the state, and 11 Goods Charged at REGULAR PRICES.

)I d .FLORIDA LEGISLATURE bill was accordingly prepared exemptingthe ) Titusville Knowing how difficult It Is In localities GOOD GKOCEU( :
counties of Wakulla and Franklin Chas. A. Gardner, Fla. some to get
\ / CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having tlienit!
ltl from tho of the act. This ,,

"I'J; 4i; ,: :. {From! our Special Correspondent.)] bill heroic passed efforts operations the of House"old, but Nat,In spite Walker of ,the of You need what ? We need CASH. promptly Vt e carry the and most carefully complete; and stock we know of any the Grocery quality House and prices in East will Florida be satisfy, and r']

many not usually found in
-f1. Wakulla," was ruthlessly slaughtered In other and smaller houses.
i TAM.AUASSEK, FLA.! May 23, 'Oil.; tho Senate. J3F" SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

;\I l k ) '..history This, Legislature us one that will has promised go down much into excursions The went legislative to Last Carrabelle tlmo Thuisday Is, and now the later ripe members they for- The Southern Hide & Skin Co

,', und accomplished little.told the ADVOCATE visited the Insane Asylum. E. A. W ADDELI.J
Senator McCreary Tho "pink paper of tho East: Coast" is PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR .
\ tluit
t 'Correspondent, :Monday morning, ,.
much In evidence In this city, and Its
4 r ono of the first bills\ passed by the Seu-
.ate was ,his own measure, providing that roseato hue of is often hotels observed and other on places tho verandah's iu Hides, }'UI'I001, alligator skins, old rubber bicycle tires, old inner Miami City and Dade County -

ill! ,our state and federal elections should boUield town. our tubes, and all classes of old rubber, brass, copper, zinc, lead, pewter,

at the"sumo time and pi.ico.4t County Judge D. L. OlulllIof your bones, horns, Queen's delight foot, Blue-flag} root, Yellow Jassamine Real Estate Bureai
i '""hare Weeks elapsed, since Senator then, and McCreary yet that, town mingling has with been his here many.old-thuefriends.for several days, root, Prickly Ash bark, palmetto berries and Deer tongue.

.bill has nowyet: reached tint House;i" and The Senate has continued tho appointment We are the LARGEST CASH DEALERS: IN THE STATE.

4 1t ,the gentleman from Alachua might havo of Judge M. S. Jones, of Titusville, A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Yt
..added Unit It never was likely to, boo as judge of tho Seventh Judicial Circuit Otllce and''arohouseS: F. A ]V.; J., T, A K, W. and 1", E. 0, Railway tracks, Tracts ,
The truth of the matter Is, the Legls'Mature & of Florida. of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands
has wasted its time in the consldturatiou JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. West

jl of measures purely local and per Coast. ...... '
.'dauul in their nature, and out of all the JONES-BROWN WEDDING. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
tj --1)111 thus far paused, very few have had ARMOUR
21JrWElEt). & CO. MI'-lA1' ,
I.Ut of front-lit. AIRMOTER WINE
general or wider-reaching applica _
fEJGjt Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. {'hicagaAvenue
ir Tho is list of the -
I $,, tion.Two following a presents ,
measures of Importance however, received by Mr. and Mrs M. S. Jones, I D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
I iworo last week taken up iu the House. jr"V ho were muriled In Tltusvillo last '
' 9oe was the revenue bill: the other the week: : ---r Jewelry Diamonds
It a a a .
Railroad Commission\ bill, as It came Silver\ salt set, Tins, Paine. ,
f front the benalo, Tho light over the Litter Silver: butter knife, ('ronnlallie, sugar
t lias waxed fast and \ furious, and spoou Mud dos damask napkins, James Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents, JOE PRINTINC
i many of the l\melldlllontsolTorod have Pulne.
I" been drastic and far-reaching In their Set of silver spoons, GOBS 'rucker.UOllluela I5JrEjtY;
mature. < of dowers, Mrs \Vm. M,
, The amendment that has, probably! ,' Brown. f &ILYERWAARC OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
t t, ittr eted the most attonttoa is that lu- Dressing case and a cuff box, Chas. H. A SPECIALTY. .
ttroduced Judge Raney, which pro- Executed at theADVOCATE
by Walton and Charges paid one:> R. J.
'liihlts! the issuance of railroad passes to Vases, Capt and Mrs. J as. Prltchnrd. Spectacles Eyeglasses. ay RILE,

a 1 t: ;any but employees: Mr. Raney contends Set of silver spoons, Senator and Mrs 223 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA OFFICE.



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