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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
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: July 7, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00075918:00027
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CAL NEWS !irDC: w. was said that If ono of the audience
sortn own, should touch her, oven with the tip of
of General Interest. Titus .; B. ho linger, they would receive a shock.
topic* R. J. Miss( Josephine Brady represented this

In search of bargains, -Th ICllISgootl character*)th. The. Egyptian mind reader was
are
you columns carefully month! TITDSVILLESatflrda.yJiilyj,1903 1,( ) Its. W. II. McKarlnml.llh. .
|e ADVOCATE Mr mcli, Tho Clrcasslon lady was rcpro
I and Mrs. Wm. Treutler, of Eau bals, h: andover ontod by Miss Salllo hull
[spent several days in town this week. 7th. Tho tallest man on earth who
held In his hand a .WO<> bill, and If anyone
of Rockledge, -Brstillin lover could reach up RI'IIIlot./ It, they could
Williams, REDUCED
8 Myra RATES WILL BE GIVEN OVER THE FLORIDAlAsTcOAST
the pleasant visitors to town until RAILWAY. were have It. Mr. F. S. C ha(Too represented
ong n
nngo- the tall man
ourth. = at It 8th was tho snake charmer. Shoat
and Mrs. J. T. Waters and faml- be-M\l The following interesting Program has been 'nt''yMiss '' on tho stand surrounded by snakes,
up from Tibhals, !in their yachtd \ Areturn arranged lllgators, lizards, etc Mrs. K. I,. Brady
| the 4th. was the snake charmer

I. A. B. Michael, of Cocoa, was -Mi i rte of wornnn Dili was, This the trick optical Illusion done of Miss halfa
was by
the pleasant callers at this office who h 8:30 A
; : M MUSIC I. i y Aline Brady
|sday.I. Baron
10th. Wild man at tho fcvcigladesttrnclod
and Mrs. Geo. A. Russell, baby Titusv tan much attention.
rse, of Sebastian,spent a few days -Ca t' for AH soon as tho side show had been In-
i the first of the week. Ciinaviday Indian River Band. I, : pectod, a rush was tundo for the circus.
The? seating capacity of the great Rill plio.
is anxious for a s
-bat lady so .
young irlzes, theatre WRit soon taxed to Its utmost capurity.
pot, in Titusville, that she tries presenwith lirail. About 1500( ) people were present.As .
I ck down the old one? fijCc 9.00 A.M. GUN SHOOT. Ken soon as all were ncatcil-that could

regret that space forbids our !get seats and tho others made to stand
Wing the many hundreds of down- ami, w Vlilto, In the entrances-the circus began with
sidonts that visited Titusville on ding i looks, au overture by tho Indian River Hand
Javerlay Event 1 10 nrlght' 'Then[ came the grand entree, IntroducIng
rth. a Blue Rooks, .................................... $1.00 I, thegham all the artists that wore to appear In
I. W. P. Hatchett, of Miami, who 2 ;
Jassaterln Event 10
l eon. up on Lake Erie, passed Live Birds, .....?....................._..........., 5 QQ n; 2d, the 1st performance on tho program Was an eight-horse

I ih here, yesterday, on.his way ing a Event 3, 15 Blue Rooks, .............. ....................... I'SQ n1 march and quadrille by the following
Event 4 this II lilt!nlfllillhed artists:'

f. P. II. Rolfs, biologist and horti- Gee Miss and.. Out, ........_.........._.........."."..... IQO prize, VV. M., Urown, E.: L. Brady, L. C.
J : WIa' GYa X Event 5 5 imnnlng, C, K. Stewart Mrs. R. W.
|nt, of Lake City, passenger Live f
|dnesday's southbound train, en- Birds ,....................................... 2.50 ho folllerlle- hoden, Miss HOHHO| Hali, Mrs.V.. $. .
>Jensen. 0ew; Other matches shot if running, Mrs O. M. Itobblns,and when
shooters desire. Jh rlleiffhnm it Is understood that tho artists and
\. L. II. Church, of Orlando, ar- than i horses wore trained In less than two

town Wednesday, and yesterdayfor "Yea L. C. BRANNING Committee. }'sells. weeks, It Is simply) amazing how ,well
[ other points down south HeI cultu n Van- ho act was Bono This elicited great
I as far as Miami. I.yeste Hiding puhiuso, and tho.big audience was do-

liS Leila Anthony and Master Em. 12 Noon( i it high ted.
hony, of West Palm Bead, were MUSIC Indian River Band. took MrV.. F. Jlbb was rather unfortunate
gers on yesterday's northbound H ed the In that the ropes of his trapeze did
en route to Georgia; !un fur not work smoothly. No doubt If things
II nut gone right, Mr. Jlbb would have
a r. and Mrs. F.T. Budge and family, most 12.30 P. H.First given a Rood itccount of himself.
pained by Miss. Stella Hale, came tent 1 BARBECUE .to. Next came A clown song, byV.. M.
Titusville, from Miami, to spend won Brown mid his Imported company of
urth. They returned to Miami rho # 7i ss the II'IIluml voonllsis. The Hong and choruswas
day. I T't' + J. M. OSBAN, Committee. ',Msfully greeted with tremendous applause

F. Atkinson W. S. y. ,. ,._ ..Thoatv It was surprise) how they struck the key
torneys II. o .." _... --- .., -. ..-- ... ..... ._ alder note without musical
and R. R. Taylor, of Miami; -- -. ..r ....-...""""'..-..- : ,j\.. .' ( any acvompnny-
.
J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, spent w .1.OO P'M'.. '" '! .. .. -:'. ..a'T'.. < "'r' by the meat whatever,
burth in town. h. i. ,.J/.c. ,\.B' 0. S .'B' f L'E 'RA. E. 1. rJJoi'f ,n wlt- Next came Jasper exhibition a colored
;
J Mr. . ... : b.;.f.. )ltola'I'I' buy, who gave n line of slack
Gordon R. Broome, of the .r. -' ... .
followed
torney cond ". ."." t' .J. '. '.. .' t e ope-wnlklng) ; and this was by
jf Pope & Broome, St. Augustine, Iw. '" t I il I Mr. McPatland, who entertained tho
aloo t. 4 pants
passenger on Saturday's north- prize, value .....?.......:::....-.........i:1"..: '..........._...,:,$ .y .' ', plause.oo. audience by showing them what An Inolllgent .

I train West., en route home from a trip Second prize, value .............._............................ .... 1.00 /. \ ;*: Us Imported dumb, brute beautiful can bo Welsh made to pony do.,

|r. Geo. W. Allen collector of cus- of-j I Third, prize, value .................................._......._........ 50 yinr: : ; Juliet his was made to waltz, and to do
i we st prize, what master demanded, amidst vociferous -
lor the port of Key West, passed
ll Titusville, Friday afternoonn to I DR. E. E. ROLLINS, Committee. wn; /ilrd, applause four-round from those preoent
'y Frank Then camo the boxing con-
Jack .
route home from a trip to
ti".e r. l+a(1Coa out between Memics. I'lorro Titus and
lie.r. James Greek, which was followed by tho
and Mrs. Geo. Hall of Sharpes, ap ol, 2-.OOP.M. TOURNAMENT I1011.Prizes fun' -making of tho clowns, who gave a
Bie :Misses Alice and Beatrice?San.r : representation of a glove contest between
.
: Courtenay, have been the /guests lng, \ Joibett and Fltzslmmons, at Carson
Ex Collector and Mrs. E. W. Hall arays Eal t, Krnest4n City It walt qulto amuMlng, and caused
this week.jr. vIII' ;; :Ilrtl, it !great! deal of merriment. Messrs,!Ham: ,
4 IVrklns, H. II Mands, Wade Jones, A.
Geo. F. of who "
Tropic,
Ensey,
Ren working for the government at LaceD First prize, ..........-.H...... $20.00 )JO (limit II. Brown, W. E. Vanlandlngham and Y..
the clowns.
a M. U. S.
Kyser wore
hot ,
int
Titusville Key for a about couple a of year hours, stopped, )lon.n Second prize, ............................u........._.........._..., 10.00 r Mr. and I Mrs W. H McFarland, in
", $r>.oo, their marvelous sad uwe-lnsplrlng act of
route. we Third
| prize-.....Entrance Fee Towers; knife and battle-axe throwing, came next
r. A. E. Watson, of Miami, came ivn.W. on the programme. Mrs.\ McFurUnd
'la town on the Fourth to take part I in I Fourth prize, ......................................................... $5.00 Hule, took a position against a board (held
gun shoot. Attorney R. R. Taylor Ilk Entrance, $1.00. Imekeep by Mr. Henry T. Titus), and then
ame up for the same purposo. See old 1 tier husband throw knives and battle-
cores elsewhere. oh D. B. PRITCHARD, Committee. I axes at the board, completely) surround
We ing her with these deadly-looking weapons
nator W. Tuttle large No
Dwight a one
the j which too near for comfort to
!' came
left
iriy Indian River has the most
Haven owner, Conn.on for MU8co I. T., tcs I sties I olwn those who watched the knives and battle
,
[ ce 2:30 P. M. 914
IP he has been appointed on the : BOAT RACE. one ofInure. axes flying through the air,: but the conlldence -
skill
of Mrs. McFarland In the of
Rite
commission. Ho will probabin If
her talented I husband never seemed to
the Indian Territory all the sumpr be err. of theft
she smiled at him while be was
be Titusville waver, as
Fishermen's '
Club. people
to voicepecossarv: going through his act.
Chas. B. Hogg, connected with 9 This was followed by tho bit of the

andard OH Co., New York, and a 1 a First prize, ( Subject to Challenge )..........Silver Cup ; a>l evening-Mr. McFarlantf as ringmaster,
m.
B of Mr, T. T. Wetmore, of Titus- mA't f and Dr. M. W.Carroll as the countryman.
lis now sojourning at North Long: a tl Second prize, ...._.................-....,.........._........$5.00 Gold was to Many were deceived by the latter, who
fl h, :N, J. where he expects to rt- gton ave- did some clever trapeze work.
during the summer. a'; E. B. WAGER, Committee.3:30P.M. t had!the sure-huge Patsy Brannagan, the trained monkey,
walked the tight turned summersaults
pr, C. O. Jaunoch, of Eden, a Germ earth; the rope
etc., which delighted the
Citizen, took out American naturalf !- sake cli arid young.;
and old folks too but regretted
papers, Tuesday morning.: HeI reader; aye that Jumbo; many
o : HORSE RACES. to learn the trained
the oath as a naturalized United altle axee; in
not able to take
elephant was part
IB citizen before Judge D. I,. Gaul w Then the
'
the but U
the parade, nor i In circus; It
|nd County Clerk A. A. Stewart, at be nigger,
to be hoped that at another time he-
Event 1 Dash
fourthouse : Race 200
r Titusville. jtI yards. 1'rompt- will have fully recovered his health.

1st prize ........_..$15.00. 2nd I play who, and be- Many down-river people said they had
Money by Sending for Your bl prize, ...........$10.00 ricks, Dover seen an elephant, and anxiously

E frocerles to the Magnolia Event 2, Dash Race, 225 yards. tude., soon Af looked for the one. which recently arrived -
In Titusville.The

'd I Grocery vllle,Co.Florida., JackaonI c 1st prize, .........$15.OO prize, .........$10.00 eaooouno2nd .tothesjde.was > WIIIUmoKmo program announced Urowno, of that llanko Senorita lily

Event 3, Dash Race, 250 yards. done cano, the highest salaried art'ii la the
1 a I- granulated sugar.: ,. . $1.00 >hn Henry, profession, would 8I.., la the
ate |. wblte C ,. . . 1.00 1 1st prize.H.$15.00. 2nd prize $1 10.00. .L.lJradl) Immortal. words of Julius Censer, ",onl,

P-green coffee.. .... ,.,.. 1.00 vldl, ,lei r'
f. Arbuckle'g coffee . . 1.00B : Ills make-up as a lady was excellent,
bacon, per pound. . .tf earth and he received.it continuous round of ap
.: [fast bacon, .9 and .10 plause.
.et I'Jer, a . .ff1| 7:30 P. M. BAND Then camo the fireworks and the
|c ham,. . .flj} : CONCERT Indian River Band ben he warynolda grand bull, particulars of which will be
e' ham. u . ..l0s' and tound elsewhere.

l-butterine. .. ... . . . 1.40lite vented, the Oreat credit U due to Mr. W. II, Mc-
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k for prices on other groceries. Karland for his patience, kindness and
,: |8 delivered to depot In Jacksonville 8:30P.M.: GRAND BALL pjr. .I County:; unfailing good bumor In the different
I MAGNOLIA OBOCEBY Co., tasks of training and Instructing those
.ti r< I Jacksonville, Flo.I lid the fa who took part ID the circus and parade.
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W. S. BRANNING Committee. 1 HA proved himself to be a gentleman of
z I TltUHvllle and sister, the finest quality, a showman abilIty
laundry. hair. There I and an artist In his speciality un ur-
8.) Cbaffee,,
P' Oeo. Cook, of Titusville, Is now For further information write above committees. Norton, the pas ed. riflBWOKKS: IHSl'UkY.
PW
to do
e+r laundry work of every tnr Feasterle
I'Ptlon. At 10 o'clock p.m., Mr. B. F. Gray,
lie All work guaranteed.: Hall.
P ve your washing at G. F. Duren'i
)t whom I II Continued on 8th page.
fr store, opposite ADVOCATE offlco.

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I nOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment $:tO.OO CASH FOR THE NEW 18M! \ brought the grand parade to so successful : dames J. O. Walton, O. W. Scoble, W was KRill that If one of the audience

At Screven's Drug Store model Victor bicycles Order at once an Issue.: M I. Woodward, A. Brady, W. M. Brown, should touch her, even with the tip of
Topics Titusville. and get the benefits of any size or HAND .F. S. ChaftVe, I). I. Gauldxn, J. B..Serevpii the finger, they would receive a shock
nd riCHFOKMANCKH.:
gear F. W. BKKR-S and Miss Lois ]Davie' Messrs. J. Miss Josephine Brady represented this
St. Augustine. The Indian River Band, under the T. HInton and .1. A. Hnglios; Lucius character
f 1 -The School Board had their usual leadership of Mr.I W. E. Youngs, was Starks, the colored cook, also did good nth. The Egyptian mind render was
-If the you monthly meeting the first of the week. out by (0 ocll'Ck..n Tuesday/ morning$ work at the free lunch. About 1,000) Mrs. W. II. AlcFarlitnd.Oth. .

ead -Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Junuoch, of Tlb- THE FOURTH. when the town was enlivened! by sweet persons partook of a sumptuous lunch, The Clrcnsslon lady was rcprc-
_Mr. and bals, have been in town several days this strains of music. During the day the CIlIlli'oMt'tl of l'tlITl'e, ham and boot sandwiches vented bv Miss Salllo Hall.

,llie, spent week. Mie of the Grnmlent Celebration In the band! promenaded the streets, played I In doughnuts, etc. 7th. The) tallest man on earth, who
eek. I the circus and on Washington avenuo, One whoso badness takes him all overtime bold In hlA hand a $100( bill, and If any
i Brevard County Commissioners are IlUtoryot Tliuttllle. putting; a good gratuitous day's work, state remarked that he had never ono could reach up ardrot/ It, they could
Miss Myra
still In session, so we cannot print report --- which our people fully appreciated. hud such good coffee before. M any were have It. Mr. F. S. Chaffco represented
rai among Fourth.Mr. until next issue. Another revolution of the wheel of Several fine, popular airs were well rendered unstinted their pi also of the management the tall man
the
a -Mrs. Yasser, of Orlando, who has time finds the gem city of the far- and the band was enthusiastically\ of the froo )lunch, stating\ that It 8th was tho snake charmer. She-
and ',been visiting Mrs. F. A. Morgan and famed Indian river, Titusville, ready to applauded. was model both In the service, quantity, Rat on the stand surrounded by snakes,
1 came up Miss Aline Egger during the past week, do honor to the day of the nation's TUB OUN SHOOT. and quality of the food furnished.MINOIl lllgators, lizards, etc Mrs K.: L. Bradywas
o i spend the returned home this morning. birth: and that her citizens might be the snake churmor.Dili .
free from the charge of selfishness In This took place on the grounds of AMUSKMKNTS. was the optical Illusion of half
-Mr. A. B. -Miss Addle E. Sams, of Courtenay, their merry-making they Invited the the Tltusvlllo Gun Club, near the Ice These were under the supervision of a woman, This trick was done by ..MissAline
mong the who has been visiting; her sister, Mrs. Le- wholecounty and neighboring counties factory, at 10:10:: ". m. There were a Mr. Ham Perkins; $r., assisted by Brady

,'a Tuesday. Baron, in Jacksonville, stopped over in to come and share In her celebration.And good ,many spectators present, with Mr. J. O. Walton. They took place 10th. Wild man or the Everglades
-Mr. and Titusville a day or so en route home. come they did, by team, by boat, quite a sprinkling of the fair sex, on Washington avenue, at :2 o'clock, and attracted much attention

ad nurse, of -Captain W. A. Coster, manager of by the train-load, 'afoot and on horse who much enjoyed the tine marksmanship afforded considerable ,amusement for As soon 'as tho side show had been in*
n town the Cnnaveral Club, In a letter to us yesterday back; the rich and the poor the high of some of the crack shots, who the on-lookors. I pected, a rush was matle for the circus.
-What says the weather in Brooklyn, at and the low, the native born and the were very successful In bringing down The following; were the events: I Thp seating capacity of the groat amphe
in present, is lovely. Ditto here, Captain, Englishman, German, Irish, Swede and their birds. This event was under the 'Foot race distance 100 yards; prizes, theatre was soon taxed to Its utmost CA-
iew depot, with fine breezes. "cracker," all vieing one with the otherIn auspices of the Titusvtllo Gun Club. 2.W:! tl l r>f>o. First prize, Wm. Braddock itclty. About IftOO) people were present
o knock celebrating the birth of our glorious; The match terminated as follows: ; 2pll, C.E. McCarty; 311, '(lene Ken. As soon as all were seated-that could
-We -Contractor J. A. McDonald, of MI- nation. It would be hard to find another First match, miss and out, at blue nnlrd. get seats and the others made to stand
nentlonlng ami, who has been attending the wed country in which such a variety of rocks; entrance 50c. L. A. Brady, 8; Shoo race, 100 yards. Bertie ,, White, In the entrances-tho circus began with
iver residents ding of his niece, Miss Keilly, at New characters could and would unite in a J. II. Mooney, 8; R. It. Taylor Ili; A. E.: Sam Vnnlixndlugham, Clarence Hooks\ overture by the Indian River Band.
be Fourth.Mr. Haven, Conn., passed through here, Fri- common celebration. The people were Watson, 8T.; G. Ronald, 4; J. I). Crabb, Wnlter Vanlandlngham, Charlie Enright Then came tho grand entree, Introduo-
day afternoon, en route to Miami and out to be amused, and they were ready 8; Moore, 8!: A. I). Penney, OJ; J. J'. and Lloyd Fnlko entered this race, the log all the artists that wore to appear In
W. P. Nassau.Mr.. Brown, tI J; .... '- Simmons, OJ; W. B.
for everything and anything that would winners being Waiter Vanlandlngham, time performance.1st .
as been up Porson Paddlson, after spend please them. The old timers had the Waddell 8j; S. S. Jones, 0; 8. J. Field, 0. 1st prize; bam Vanlandingham, 2d on the program was an eight-horse
brough ing a few days in town with Mr. and Mrs. pleasure of meeting old friends, and The purse was divided among the 8's, prize. march and quadrille by the following

orne.Mr. Geo M. Robbins, left here, yesterday, for telling; of what this city used to be before who tied.Second. Boys' race, egg and spoon In this lUtlngulshed\ artists:,
P. II. Washington, Ga., and Point Caswell, N. the railway came to town. It did matcl, seven blue rocks; entrance race Sam Vnnlandlngham took let prize W. M. Brown, E.: [.. Brady, L. C.
:ultarist, of ; C., where Capt. and Mrs. I{. P. Paddison their old-young ]hearts good to see the 75c. R. R. Taylor, B; I* C.Brannlrig and Hut lie White 2nd prize. fanning" ; 0. It. Stewart Mrs. R. W.
in now reside. river dotted once more with the white 7; J. II. Mooney, 0' A. E. LI ttlo hoyt' race, fiO yards.' The following !tbodes I Miss Bosslo Hall, Mrs. W. H.liannlng .
oute to winged messengers; of the river. Watson, 6; J. D. Crabb, -Ij; W. B. Waddell ( boys entered the race: Bertie Mrs. G. M. Robbins, and when
Congressman: Robt. W. Davis has our But here they come; gossip is hushed, 01.; A. Brady;,; Simmons, White, Sam VRnlanllln ham, Charlie It Is understood tllIthe artists and
-Mr. L. II. thanks for a bound volume, entitled, seats ate forsaken necks are craned 4F.; T. Budge, 2; A. D. Penney, 4; I 1). Enright, Walter VimlnndlnirhAtn, horses wore trained In less than two
ived in town "Yearbook of the Department of Agil- forward, but it Is a falsa alarm; so once H. Frltchard.'U, ; T. G. Ronald ,I; B. B. Uheiwood Swanson, Lloyd/ Fulke.! weeks, It is simply amazing how ;well\]
cleft for culture, 18"9S) which duly came to hand more peech and laughter fill the Pyles, (J' .J. i F. Woolen, :II I; Moore, The winners were: 1st prize, Sam Van. ho act was done. This elicited great;
gill,go as far yesterday. It is full of useful Informa- stieetswlth accord and discord. But 7:8. S. Jones, 0; Fields, (1.I Ilrtunning landlntihiim; 2nd Walter Vanlandlng- II ipplause, and the ,,big audience was do-
-Mi s tion for the farmer, and may by seen in promptly on time the Indian River\ ( $ Brady and Moore made the ham; Ard, SerwouJ Swanson. Ightod.
ie Anthony, this office. Band commenced to play patriotic\ airs, highest score, and these were followed Dipping; ; \Hour. Several boys took Mr W. F. Jlbb was rather unfortunate

laisengers -Rev. Jno. A. Hughes of the Presbytertn and then the grandest, most majestic, by Waddell, Mooney, Pillchard) Junes pait In thin, but Jim White seemed the In that the ropes\ of his trapeze did
rain, en ; church Titusville, was one of the Incomparable (with anything In the and Fields; Watson and Taylor, of MIami pilzo. This game clul'clllota of fun for not work smoothly No doubt If things
workers at the free lunch slate) glittering pageant that the sun bringing: up the rear. the boys and onlookers md gone right, Mr. Jlbb would have
Ir. and most energetic; had ever shone on In Titusville, burst Third, miss and out, at live birds; en. given a good itccount of himself.
iccompained tent on the Fourth. lie did excellent upon wondering; ; dazed, sllentamazed, trance *!. JtU Taylor, 1J.IIMooney; ;. 1IICYCI.K trACES.A'lnrge"crowd Next came a clown song by W. 1\[.
ip to work, which was much appreciated by captivated, dazzled multitude. F. T; Budge, .1; L. (5 Branning, 2; L. assembled on Washington Brown and his Imported company of
be Fourth. those in charge of that department 'ofTitusville's "Well, I swear by Oeo. W.," "by Jim p1. A. liratly,' O( T..A. Robinson. '0; A. K. avenue nt 4 o'clock to witness the trained voonlliis. 1'ho song and chorus

..eaterday. celebration. ter" (Inlet), "by the jumping blue" Watson 1} J.: F. Wooten, 0; J. D. Crabb bicycle races' which wero successfully was greeted with tremendous applause
-Attorneys -County Surveyor J. O. }<'rlesls againat (mullet), "ain't that fine!1" "Don't that 0B.; B Pyle8, 2-; Moore, 1 ; engineered by M r, E. Ii. Wager. The [t was surprise how they struck the key.
.raham and ; home, after traversing nearly the beat the band?" "Yes, but not the Farmer, OJ; J. P, Sine-; races were very exciting, mind consider. note without any musical accompany-
md A. J. whole of Br'evard's county roads. He Indian River Band for that leads-all mona, 0; S. S. Jones, ; I, able enthusiasm wits displayed by the meat whatever
he Fourth in has had a hard time of it in the hot sun. others follow." Herr Max Von Kop- 2; A. E. Waddell, 2. The purse was ladles, a largo number of whom witnessed Next camo Jasper Stanley, colored
Mr. Fries has sent lu his report of the pt'low was the drum major,'stud light divided between the :li's-Wnddoll, the races, from the editorial boy, who gave n tutu exhibition of slack
-Attorney condition of our roads to the coramlsgloners. well did he do the part. Then the Ronald; Jones, Pyles and Brannlng. rooms of the ADVOCATK. Some good r"pu-walking; mid thla was followed by
irm of Pope ; pride. the glory and delight of Titus Fourth match, at 0 live birds; entrance riding wan done by the participants Mr. McFarland" who entertained limo
vas a hna yule came, under the leadership of W. *:2. Taylor, :3 I; Watson, :.1<; and they received well-merited applause. audience by showing them what an Intelligent
IOlInd train, -Our space this week-like last- E. Youngs-the Indian Ifiver\ Band In !Mooney, 4; Branning, 2; Prltchard, II; The winners wore as follows: dumb brute can bo made to do.
o Key West. been pretty well ,given: up to a reportof fine uniforms. Budge, ;lj; Jones, 2; Pyles, 3j; Brown, ,Ij; Mile open ((3:00: limit). Ptlzos, 3.00, Ills Imported, beautiful) Welsh pony,
-Mr. Geo. the Fourth of July celebration, and Next to the band rode Columbia, sur- Farmer, 2j; Ronald, 3' Wooten, ;3 i; Brady, $2.00 J $1.00. First race was run In U:2H: ; Bullet wall timdo to waltz, and to do
oms for the we hope our townspeople will appreciatethe rounded by her young daughters, rep- 4; Waddell, :'I; Robinson( 4; Moore, !a. no raeo. Second race, 2:3.: : First prize, what ills master demanded amidst voclfoious >
have
trouble and
through expense we goneto resented by Mrs. Jos. I*. Brown, Columbia 1st, ]Robinson, Brady, Brown and E. Vanlitndlnghnm; 2nd. A. Brown ; :3rd, applause( from those present.
To those whose
ast.en route In the matter. ar- ; Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith, Cuba; Mis. Mooney; 2nd Watson Taylor, Prltchard F. Davis These were followed by Frank Then Came the four-tonnd boxing con
and items from along the East
n vllle. ticles M. S. Jones, Jr., Porto r.lco; Miss Pylcs, Ronald, Wooten, Waddell Powers, Ham W. Perkins and R, I'. Pad tOIl between Messrs. Pierre Titus and
Coast have been crowded out, we must ]aisy Brady, Philippines; Miss Aline and Moore; ard) Branning, Budge.JouoH, disco, jr.Twohundre(1. James Greek, which was followed by the
The above Is the of it.
-Mr. and apologize. cause Egger, Hawaii. Farmtr. yard dash Prize, $1.00. fun-making/ of the clowns, who gave a
and the M Jj'I -The Misses May and Florida Kitch- Then came the Immortal Geo. Wash Fifth match, seven live birds; entrance Won by Ernest Vunlandlngham In 1(11-5.( representation of n glove contest between

of Tax Eau Gallie; Mrs. Botsford, of Jackson- numerous families of states. Master Waddell, 4; Brown, 7; Farmer,' 4; Him- $3.00(), $."..00( ', $1.00.) First ;u'lzo, Ernest City. It was '111 lie amusing, and caused
ew days this ville; Mrs Hnrtstone, of Fort Tierce; IicSeur Gaulden, who represented Geo. mona, 4j; Brnnnlng, 8; Wooten :3Vat.; VanlanillnghAm ; 2nd, A, Brown; 3rd, u !greet deal of merriment. Messrs Sam:
-Mr. Geo. Mrs. Geo. A. Russell, of Sebastian; Miss Washington, and Miss Jeannette Wilson, sou. 3; Ronald (II I: Travis, 1 ; Robinson, S. W. Perklus. Time, 14til }. Perkins, II. II Sands, Wade Jones A. .
has been Laura Houston of Eau Gallic and a Martha Washington, wore excellent.The 5 ; Taylor, ojj; Crabb, 2; Brady.S; Mooney, Mile for married men over BO (limit B. Brown W, E. Vanlandlngham and E.:
icraont Key host of other ladles from down the river various states were represented by 0.1st, Brown and Penney; :2nd, Ron- < ::0ii t). Prize, $ .OO. Won by M. U.Vanlandlngham S. Kyser were the clowns
) were callers at the ADVOCATE office this children dressed In very tasteful and ald.and Mooney; 3rd, Jones, Robinson, lu 3:43.: : Mr and Mrs. W. H. McFarland, In

lay, en route. week. becoming costumes. Then came the Brady and Branning.Slkth Lap race, throe miles Prizes, $:;.00, their marvelous and uwe-lnsplrlng act of
most dlstlngulsed visitor present, who, fifteen blue rocks'; "entrance, $3.00( $1.00. 1st prize, Frank Powers; knife and battle-axe throwing, came next
-Mr. A. E. < -The editor the Miami Sunny Land after much labor, and so that the mul MOO.: Mooney, 14; Taylor, 11"; Watson, 2nd, H. W. Perkins; 3rd, A. Brown on tho programme Mrs McFarlandtook ,
up to town in its last issue, says: "Ye editor would titudes might have an opportunity of 13Brannlng; 1lj: ; Piltchard, 14; Ronald, Judges, John Henry, A, W Bute, a position against a board (held
in the gun like powerful well to mingle with his seeing the most illustrous statesman, 5; Simmons, 10; Waddell, 12; Fields, 8. T. O. O'Brien. E. II. Wager, timekeeper by Mr. Henry T. Titus), and then
also came up old TltusvtTle friends and acqnaluances the most high mogul, his serene mightiness 1st, Mooney and Prltchard ; 2nd, Wat- and starter. her husband. throw knives and battle*
heir scores oh the Fourth, but time won t permit.We son and Branning; 3rd, Waddell.
P. M. LI Hung Chang, of Canton, 0.30 P. M. axes Ithe board, completely surround
wish them all possible success and Seventh match, ten blue rocks entrance .
China. With him rode resplendent in Ing her with these deadly.looklnweap.
\
-Senator the biggest time in the world" Bro. $2. Mooney, 0; Taylor, 10j; Watson "Tired?" who said, "tired?" No one
her ,
property her oriental robes,, most glorious, one, which came too near for comfort to
Gardner, you should have made an effortto 7j Waddell. 10; Branning, 8; Prltch in Tltusvllle, even If It had boon the most
-N'e Haven majestic majesty, Princess LI, The ; those who watched the knives and battle
here he be here; you lost a big treat. state coach was driven by one of the ard 10( ; Ronald, 7': !Simmons, 8. 1st, glorious of all the glorious Fourths of axes Hying through the air' but the confidence
awnsite \ -An unusual amount of fruit is now princes of the BIule blood of the Waddell, Taylor, Prltchard; 2nd, Mooney the past, and the day had been one of of Mrs McFarland In the skill of
movement nnd If
!f be In the being offered in the market. Melons can Celestial empire. ; 3rd, Banning and Simmons constant should ask why the weariness pleasure.of the her talented husband never seemed to
and throe cents each to -Then that which the you she smiled at him while he
mer. be had from two came people are THE TOUKNAUENT.: nearly) ) waver, as was
day was forgotten, 2..VX people
ten cents, and It Is an unusually fine, never tired of cheering-that which represents going through his act.
with
-Mr. Chas. large one that will bring; the latter price. time' woman-aide of our army This Interesting test of skill on horse were there to answer one voice- This was followed by the hit of theloveningMr.
the Standard back took at J :.'$$0 o'clock In a much The Circus And It was not necessary
place
Peaches can be had at five cents a quart and navy-the red cross society Mine all McFarland as ringmaster,
friend of Mr, and $1 per bushel. Grape at two and Jackie Rice represented, la a womanly better and more convenient place than to ask the way, because 0 I'. m., and Dr U, W. Carroll the countryman.
'lle, is now three cents a pound. Other fruits in the fashion, the nurse; Mr. Jlbb, a soldier was the case last year, and hundreds hada streets led but one way Washington and that to Many were deceived by the latter, who
Branch, N. the sick chance to view It on this occasion, for the vacent ground on avenue
name proportion.-Del-and cor- Times In our late war, soldier; Wyatt did some clever trapeze work.
and Main at. The.circus had
main during Union and Citizen.Dr. Brown, his tent mate, and Sam Perkins, It was held near the F. E. C. railway There the surely Patsy Brannagsn, the trained monkey,
| to town
the sentinel who looked If be station All the riders exhibited con come were huge walked the turned
-Mr. C. Sr;:, as tight rope, summer
O. Ralph E. Smith, of Jacksonville\ slderable skill In the tilting for rings pictures' of the tallest man on earth; the
man citizen I was more than willing to "dye" for his saults, etc., which delighted the young;
whose card will be found in the ADVO- which caused some excitement among man with the Iron skull ; the snake char.
I fallen comrade. and old folks too but
zation aye, ; many
i
took the dATE, has been appointed chief surgeonof !! Then came the various business floats, the spectators Mr. D. U. Prltchard was mer, the most wonderful mind reader; ted to learn that Jumbo, the trained
& Western Hall the thrower of knives and ba t1f1.axe.
:Mates) citizen the Atlantic, Valdosta advertising their wares, followed by a In charge. ; elephant, was not able to take part In
lee and way, with headquarters in Jacksonville, troop of Hough Riders; and last, but The course was about 200 yards long, the electric woman, etc., etc Then the the parade, nor la the circus; but It 1s
the effective July 1. The choice Is consider not least, was the clowns on bicycles.But with 4 poles, from each of which a two- pink lemonade, peanuts hit the nigger, to be hoped that at another time he/
ed an excellent one for the road, a deserved you ask, "Did all this go on Inch ring was suspended. These rings all and more were In evidence. Prompt will have fully recovered his health.
compliment to one of Jacksonyilte'sbright without a leader?'' No, indeed, the were, If possible, to be removed by the |Iy at 0:30 the bund began to play, and Many down-river people said they had
eve ::\ young professional men who formerly grand marshal of the day was that lances of the men on horseback while at then the Inimitable McFarland. who be. never seen an elephant, and anxiously ;:
resided In Sanford. Dr. Smith Is full gallo There were only six con gan to perform legerdemain tricks, soon
natural-born, Incomparable W. II. )lc- looked for the one which recently arrived I;
well and favorably known to the ADVOCATE Farland, assisted by W. ){. Brown, who testants for the prizes, and three heats had the attention of the multitude. After In Tltusvllle. '
staff. were leading the parade, attired In gay were run, making a total of 12 rings to the attention was gained he announced The program announced that Senorita '
be taken the knights of the lance who that admission was lOcents to the sideshow
uniforms and mounted upon noble-look by Wllllamo Ewe Browno, of Banko BIs-
and steeds who were anxious: to secure first prize. The and a rushing buslnes was doneIn the highest salaried artist In the ?
who wants to bU1a ing spirited gray pranced cano,
; subscriber tickets Messrs. John
ifba ; -Any meals and berth included danced and promenaded our streets entrance fee was $$1.00; added money, selling by henry profession, would She, In the j
ticket Cbas. 11. Walton assisted
white round-trip $30.00. ( by E.I..Uradll) Julius
'I lba Line would do In a style worthy of Tltusrllle and the Immortal. words of Censer, "venl,
the Clyde and V J. Webb.
green over .Those who secured the prices were ,
1 9-lb. write the editor of the ADVOCATE day they were celebrating )[1'. Me., vldl, vlcl rIlls ."
well
to The showman Introduced the
Farland Is and be deserves the following: lit excellent '
). We also a genius, make-up as a lady was ,
for
bacon, Titusville, Fla., price.the Mallory great credit for the manner In which be lit 2nd Sril Total rings midgets-the smallest people on earth; and he received a continuous round of applause "ii;
reakfaat have a round-trip ticket over ttnbt.Sinxbton.4 4 4 19HidOsban. the lady 27 years of age and only 17 :r.
honlder !. between Brunswick and New .. .,. 4 I II :,
Line, In
born Missouri the born
1cnic First-class tickets. J. Carlll.,. ..,. .... !S 2 0 4 pounds, ; man Thftn camo the fireworks and the 'I,
lest ham York, for sale. For Bale lleatttlfiil Home, Clap lbbrn ,.. .. I s> t In. Texas, who was a firmer when be was grand ball, particulars of which will be 't. '
ham ViMltj jujaer, ...4 !2 I .S discovered.<< Miss Stable Reynolds and .found elsewhere
Hbs. bu trice Karrels Of 13 rooms, 10 acres, In the city; all W.tlertUoU.. .. ..... il a I fIt Master Chas Walker represented the Great credit Is due to )II'. W, IL, Mc J
Write for Empty Sugar in tint class ordt'r.VIII be sold at Avery was a close rape between Robt Sin characters.2nd. Farland for his patience, kindness and 1'1
'ods 1 great sacrifice on account of gleton and Mid O ban; and, at the last Then came the fat boy, 1(1 years unfailing good humor la the different .'

", For sale. Address owner leaving Apply, heat, many were of the opinion that It of age, and' weighs 41H& ?unili. County tasks of training and! Instructing those
WALTER MOOKE, U. W, OJ.ADura, would be a tie; but I 8 George St., Charleston, S. C, Thomasylllv, Ga. every ring on the last heat, thus beating bor "up brown" He proved himself to be a gentleman of
Osban py one ring. 3rd. The seven Boutherland sisters, the finest quality, a showman of ability
with their wreath of glorioushair. These and an artist In his speciality unsur- ,
Mr. Oeo. MASON'S FRUIT JARS. l'lNTS,600; The San Mateo Cigar, TUB FaEE .1J1CIf. were represented by Mr*. F. M. Chaffee, pasted ".
.' --1 to Quarts, COc; 2 Quarts, Wo Doz. Order This was given In the large tout, southof Mrs. J. P. Brown, }Ir.. H. J. Norton, the FIREWORKS JMM'tAY. I
'e+cnptlon. early.. Bargains In screen cloth. All Pure Florida Tobacco, the circus. It was under the manage Misses Kate Prltchard, Mary reutert At 10 o'clock p. m., Mr. H. V, Gray ,
,,.have your O. F. P.&DDISOr.16it East Coast Grown, meat of Mr. J. O. Walton, assisted by an Blanche lioukolght and Bessie hall 1
;raer store, Eau Oallle, Fla. No better made; try them. able corps of isslsUots', as follows: Me.. 4th. The electric lady, of whom It Continued on 8th page. .

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the county government.The Dumber of postage stamps to Manila. Mllllt, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per Ib. by mall; 13c. express
' K 44No Eye Like theMa'ster's present Is the transitory stage ,WASHINGTON LETTER. These stamps will be similar to those SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $2.10 per bushel. Ramp Com Or'
wite, and red, also Jerusalem corn, 2Octs. Ib.
per by
mall
for Nogales. Doth Mexicans and Amer. used' In this country but the word"Philippines" : IOcy
Praise For Minister Bryan-Washington Ib. by or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts Ib.
Icons are working hard for its progress. will be stamped across express per by mail
Eye. The Mexican custom home and innnlci- BxperU: and Mllk-Th New Outtodlan the face of each as was done with the lOcfn Ib.,express or freight. ,

pal "palace" are handsome structures, at Mount Vernon. : tamps for telegrams and checks before Peanuts, Spanish, fl. O per bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.

You are master of your and the Mexican municipal authoritieshave [Special Corronpondence. I the Internal revenue stamps were Seed Corn in variety. '

health, and if you do not recently walled the "arroyo," a In the Qnzpta de Petropolln, which printed CARL !:!cHonJLD.: Cow Peas, market prices.,

little river, running through the town fans reached here is a characteristically PERSONALITIES Write for price list.
attend to duty, thee blame! is and have thrown across' it two good : Brazilian 'comment on the American ; ,

easily located. If blood iron bridges.' The American side of the minister, Colonel Charles Page Bryan of L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
your town is now pretty well covered with "Never spend your last cent" is Collie -
Cbicngo After commenting
is out of order, Hood's Sarsaparilla cement sidewalks and Mexican Nogales of fociety; the paper nays; "From on among types I P. Huntington's advice. t 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA

will purify it. is about to be invaded by the same en such I take pleasure in selecting the I Despite his failing eight General .
terprising! contractor and paved in like representative of the great American John :M. Palmer is aid to be as cheer =
It in the opprific! remrdy for troubles ablon.-Exchange.! nAtion. His great stature! his sympathetic ful AS ever and his conversation as en- OEOKG MAIIX. JOHN MARY,
I of tho blood, kidneys, bowels or liver.
countenance his gestures!, tertaining.
KldnCi'O: My kidney: troubled l me. 1VI.A.R BROS.
i and mi advice took Hood's Haranpftrllla In It Jtiglit which are those! of a highborn gentle- President! Clark of the New York,

Which gave prompt relief !better appetite For Editor tollrronmiend Talent Mf dl-lrlnrnf man the kindness' of his speech, the New Haven apd Hartford Railroad Wholesale Dealers In ,
My stern I Is rrfrc-Nhlnff. It cured my wife an naturalness with which be is always a will return from his Europeantrip
glen" :MICHAtob/ BOYLE, 3473 Denny Street, company
PlttehurgPa. From Sylvan Valley News, Bievard, diplomat perfect gentleman one of the make most'the beloved illustrious- next July. i GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.. .

8crofuot:31Llnlor--{ was In terrible N. C. personages T. L Jones a Leeds police constable! ,
condition from the Itching and burning or of this country. In his salon
It may be a question whether the edi- has had a painting accepted at the
crofuloiin Inirnuf. drew worse, under the where are to be found beautiful objectsof 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 0 and Newnan Street,
of has to
tor right pub-
a newspaper He is 80 of
treatment of several doctors. Took Hood'i bibelots Royal academy. years age
Sargnpnrlllfi and Hood's Pills. These cured licly recommend any of the various proprietary art. rare splendid pictures. and self taught. J ohcsonv111o: I'loridu:
me tliurotiichly./ J. J.ITTLB:, Fulton, N. Y. medicines which flood the mar- the elite of onr world meets eminent art
ket; yet as a preventive of suffering we ists. learned professors, litterateurs Signor Marconi whose experimentsin
JfoocfJ dl 4apa ii feel It a duty to say a good word fir bankers by the side of young men who wireless! telegraphy have aroused ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di have as their only recommendation worldwide interest will visit the Unit-
.r. arrhoea Remedy. We have known and some talent and cherish in their souls ed States next October. -
used this medicine in our family for WllLl'e headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peal-
the blessed light of hope. Sarah Bernhardt has given General ;
Ilood: Ills cure liver Ills)the nonjrrltollnit-- and; twenty years and have always found It "Colonel Bryan symbolizes American embassador guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
only cathartic-to"....with:llo<)d't H r. |)nrlllai reliable. In many casts a dose' of this perfectly Horace Porter your Oinnges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
remedy would save hours of suffcilng his great country, on whose flag the to France season tickets to a box in
while a physician Is awaited., We do stars shine. Knowing how to maintain her new Parisian theater. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

not believe In depending Implicitly on the dignity 'of his high position, he Sloane Stanley 22 years of age. is We only Sell to Dealers.CHAS. .
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any medicine for a cure, but we do be- seems always! to have in mind the fact the best catch in London. ills incomeis n______ .
'1tJ hCn UP YOUR PROnn lieve that If a bottle of Chamberlain's that in his powerful nation labor and $250,000 a year. He will marry Lady
Dianhoca Remedy were kept on hand talent the forces that distinguishand
are Cairns who is eight years his senior. : : SI.IvM & CO.
the of
fI6U5c and administered at Inception an
elevate the man. It is because of ,
[ oYouF YOU'lIJIUD i attack much suffering might be avoided this that he has always a kind speech Rela Kittridge of Belfast. Me., says UEALBK8 IN -
and In very many canes the presence ofa he holds the world's record for fine
rSf physician would not be required. At an affectionate smile for all without writing having succeeded in placing Fine: "Wlia.es: end Liquors:
,
YOUR ItiVfSTMfrtr least this has been our experience during looking to see whether they have already 46,000 words on a'n ordinary postal
the past twenty yca.rs. For sale by reached the social heights or card. 417, 419 W. Kay St.,
1\\ all Druggist and Medicine dealers whether they are struggling still in the
", Ex-President Harrison is believerin + JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
nhmlnwv valley uu _. of__ conllict._ a
t''rl,: Following the example of her august Washington Expert and" Milk. the wisdom of early rising. _When at -.' / D ,,,M r rata
:
Medical home he is up every morning by 5 i I'
"Ib mother, Princess Beatrice has discardedthe The Washington society has Bombarding Dewey
.. bees valuable o'clock and takes a long constitutional
recently making some
..q use of the carnet But so,well and bacteriological stndies milk with before breakfast.Mrs. .:, ; With good things Uncle Sam is
I on a *
J becomingly does she dress that ,., r preparing to do when he reaches
<} ,: very view of seeing how far the milk sold in Cboate wife of the American this side of the
pond. There will
;
few people would guess that she hag no this city is a proper food and to what embassador to England is spending the t r be no "extra diy" sauterne, claret,
I recourse to that article of feminine extent it is likely to be dangerous in spring months in Paris where she has Burgundy: or any other that flows

attire. transmitting disease. The special committee become deeply interested in the charity K'' in his honor that will be purer,

,, '. which has been conducting these work done by Mme. Loubet. r higher grade, or of more exquisite

1'; An Epidemic of I>lnrrhoea.Mr. investigations is made up of Drs. Medical Director George H. Cooke of ((111(1 t e boquet than what you will find In
:-, I ,0 : our supeiior stock at all times.
Adams. Kober and De Schweinitz. Ina u'
: A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut the United States! navy, retired' is one -., Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
"'tr Grove, Fla., says there ban been quite an recent report made to the society by of the two survivors of the party of, E: U' and beers are unexcelled.
VjR epidemic of diarrhoea there. lie had a Dr. De Schweinitz he aid; Americans ,who accompanied General 4_
,,i DIN' VO4Tf severe attack and wax 'cured by four dotes "In April and May. 1898, I obtained Grant on his trip up the Nile. Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearsold: delivered to any part of the State
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and through the health officer, Dr. Woodward pxpress prepaid, for 320. ,
; The late ex-Governor Oglesby of Illinois -
. Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recommended and in January 1800 throughone
asked what he
,. .... it to others and they say It of the health office inspectors. Dr. was ,once got by ,
\ his overland trip to California in 1847,
I..u the best medicine they ever used For Ttirner samples of milk taken from
,, in search of gold. "No gold," he replied -
sale by all Druggists and Medicine!dealers. different dairy in the _
wagons city. rJ
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"but enough experience to make _
A "HALF AND''HALF" TOWN. Thirty-one different samples of milk ne'what I am." j

r. Henry D. Lloyd, of Chicago, Is lecturing were examined Of these one ehowed _
Carlos Morila Vicuna. Chilean minister
Cm-Ion Thlacr That Happen IB Noaal. In Australia, and he Is thinking of only about 4.000 bacteria per cubic cen- -
is regarded as one of the foremost AN AVALANCHE OF TIMBER
... A. T. timeter; one. 2,500: per cubic centi- ,
writing a book on the socialistic tendencies / !
rf Chile He is
An odd frontier half meter; five others. between 10,000 and public men today. slight-
town. literally You will' has slid
thinks] : into our yal'dwben
of that
country. l ly above middle age, shows signs of \
American and half Mexican bnilt as it 1 ,000; six between 80,000 and fi0.000 i '
is in on both sides of the international l per cubic centimeter and the remaindermore gray in bis hair and heavy drooping :_ a-, and timber you sap that the wo large keep stock on hand of lumber at all

boundary line between Arizona and "We have sold different cough reme- than 50.000 per cubic centimeter mustache and is thoroughly posted on __ = times in every variety, lath and shingles.

Mexico, is Nogales-In Spanish "the dies, but none has given better satisfaction in several instances running over 150.IH)0 .- South American affairs. \ "_l T'i l ;, You will certainly think the prices a land-
walnut trees." Nestling in a narrow than Chamberlain's," says Mr. ) per cubic.centlmeter/' Sir Thomas Lipton the great British -. slide when you see 'our figures on an esti
) valley among the hills known as the CharIeR Holzhauer, Druggist: Newark, The New Custodian at Mount Vernon. millionaire was the eon of poor Irish .i: mate.,

Sierra dolor Pnjuritos (Mountain Ridgeof N. J. "It Is perfectly safe and can be Edmund Parker, the gray haired octogenarian parents. He began life as a cabin boy BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
relied upon in all cases of coughs, colds
the Little Birds). Nogales is a typical Or hoarseness. bold by all Druggists and who had been in charge of en coaster. When later, he was pro- St. Augustine, Fla.
lively border town of about 8,500 Medicine dealers Washington's tomb from his fourteenth moted to the ,second assistancy in a

inhn itlluts. There is the usual!! appear year and was formerly- a servant in the chandler's shop, he was grateful for the

ance of confusion-the nenal evidence RensselaerVllke 2:11: }, by Alcan- Washington family, died early in the privilege of sleeping under the counter. ,_? ,

*lof prosperity and enterprise rubbing tara, will be A grand cIrcuit performer winter and his place has been taken Rev. Joseph Parker the English non- t

elbows with poverty and nhiftlessnoss. this year. by another of his race'Thomas Bush- conformist, who has attacked the Princeof 1

Handsome tone buildings of the most The dangers of a Malarial Atmosphere rod who was brought up in the families Wales and the sultan is well knownin

modern uichitectnre rise among the nay be averted by occasionally taking of the Lees and Fitz-IIughs. lie is a this country, which he visited some ESTABLISHED 1880.Bond. .

huddle of settlers' wooden shanties and Dr M. A. Simmons: Liver Medicine. i"reg'lar ole plantation darky" and years ago preaching in a number of
adobes and representatives of all classes might have stepped out of the pages of cities, but failing to awaken the excite-

of men who flock to southern Arizonathe writes Mrs.:Albert Have Taylor used ,Dr.Tallapoosa M. A. Simmons, Ga., Uncle Remus or Thomas Nelson Page. ment which his London friends predicted. Lumber Co.,

miner, the cattle raiser the general Liver Medicine, off and on, 25; years for Ills'politeness is greater than Chester .
trader and many others-ore to be Torpid Liver, and am bound to say I field's. It is the politeness of the old Manufacturers of and Dealers in
met in the course of a walk down In think it better than Xeilin's and Black uncle of slavery days, and even to the THE GLASS OF FASHION.

national street.It Draught, having taken quite a quantity bustling crowd of the end of the cen- LUMBER LATH ,SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
is the position of this highway of all these medicines. tury is extremely gratifying. The old I The new double faced satin benga- ,

dividing the town and' running nearly man in, a word is typical of the section -: I. lines are used for bridesmaids' gowns. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
east and west, which constitutes the Kaiser Wilhelmhas authorized the from which he comes, and no bet- Very extravagant blouse waists are and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
most peculiar feature of Nogales. Just ter custodian of the sacred relics at
DomInicans tore-establish their made of de chine tucked in
beyond the north Hide of the street lies Cologne. St. Thomas Aquinas conventat and Monnt Vernon could have been selected below a yoke crepe of cream lace. groups Saw:) Planing and Shingle; Mills DeLand at Bonds and Mills Titusville., on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

the territory of the United !:States Arizona "Why: Not by: Rail t"
Albertus :Magnus ate among the great Pure white kid gloves are going out
its buildings reaching right Hinton Rowan Helper, who createda
np ':J
of fashion and the delicate tints of
who made
';J to the line with not men Cologne cloisters fam- deal of excitement in this
a foot to spare. good coun-,
and suedes in.
cream ecru are coming
The street itself however which is CO ous. try many years ago by writing a boot H. A. HODGES....
feet wide, is entirely in the state of about "An Impending Conflict," is liv Some of the newest shirt waists are
Sonora republic of Mexico, and all of ing in Washington and he has writtento made with a sailor collar pointing downto MANUFACTURER OF
the town south of the is of the the the belt in front. For a dressy effect and Yellow
street consequently one newspapers to dispute ...Cypress Pine Lumber...
7 the collar be covered with lace.A .
Mexican. It ,may readily be right of John A. Lynch to be credited may
imagined how constant are the evasions with having first proposed an Intercon- novelty among the laces is called ROUGH AND DKESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

of the customs duties resulting from the tinental railway: Lynch asserts that he the godet, which means that it is Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges: or buildiqg; In
:' location of International street. The framed the proposition for a railway to woven in the form of a circular flounce any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat

flourishing trade which goes on under connect North and South America so that it hangs like a ruffle with any Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
part of the'East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff Fla.
,
the superintendence of able border somewhere along in the eighties, Mr. gathering.

financiers makes thb task of both the I Helper answers! that he conceived of Polka dots are very much in evidencein --- -

Mexican and United States customhouses the idea in tHUU. while suffering from the new hosiery, and blue and tan I SAW AND J>LAN ING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TAR)

anything but an easy one. The seasickness on a long passage from stockings are liberally sprinkled with Palatka Fla E. BaT St., Foot of Catherine.
American officials are really at a con- Buenos Ayres to New York. It was blue white or red spots. For eveningwear

eideruble disadvantage owing to the about :3 o'clock in the afternoon he the silk hose with real lace frontsare WILSON CYPRESS 'COMPANY
fact that the street itself is entirely in ays. when he was "taxing his: wind' the choice.A .
Mexico. Were it not for the kindness to contrive a pleasanter way for himself ,
new dress material called iroganil
and of the 1 1 make the idea Manufactures of
courtesy Mexican officials to journey, that the -
slystre, is in reality two materials, one
granting them permission to do so, neither 44 I 1 flashed across him, "Why not by rail'"
the United !States customs !:Since ,then he the over the other. ( The upper a watered
: nor po says accomplishment Cypress Lumber and Lath.
gauze or grenadine, with a figured Shingles *
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lice officers would be able to patrol this .' ... of that object has been the chief foundation in color. Black over white, ,
important highway lit all. : ... aim of his life and he hopes to live to
The most interesting point about the ." -. ...."\\r" have "the very great pleasure and satisfaction with .a black soot,- gives a very- -nr.ettvetIect. I A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring:, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

dodging! of the diatoms in Nogales of journeying all the way by lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
that much of it is done in u perfectly rail from Alaska to Patagonia." Now that a pocket is an impossibility mouldings; of all patterns a specialty.

open and lawful way. The same mcrruntile Women's Whlt Gonrre. in the new gowns litUo bags of black When at homo, ,write us for prices when and
DRPIERCES ; up our way, come, see us.
satin dotted with embroid-
establishment may have part of The women's whist congress concluded pailletteaor
ered are carried by the French ---, .
its salt in its business sessions women. --
wares on one country nnd by electing ----- ----- -- --
the remainder in the other. A rather officers for the coming; year Mrs. Clarence Brocaded satin! is also used and the

noted case of this kind was that of a Brown of Toledo was advanced bags are drawn' up with a ribbon run FOR $3.20. .
moon on the United States side of, the FAVORITE from first vice president to be president through a shirr with a double heading '

line. Here the customers obtained liquors and Mrs. Waldo Adams of Boston from A pretty cape is made of gray ben- Sent to us by Express, pogtoffice order or New York Exchange, we will)

of American! make at the usual second to first vice president. Mrs. galine, well covered with bold designs: send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

American prices. Then they walked PRESCRIPTION Charles Williams of Philadelphia) was I in black lace applique A ruffle of chan- FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

out to the stand in front of the saloon elected second vice president. Mrs. 0. (,illy over a plaiting of black chiffon

kept by the same proprietor, but tiltu.J D Thompson cf Pit tIIburg., secretary Wishes the edges and the yoke is of the Celebrated
ated just over the line in Mexico nnd MAKES BOTH MOTHER AND BABY and Mrs Silaa W Pettit of Philadelphia shirred chiffon with a frill of lace and Seven-Year-Old

bought cigars and tobacco 'of Mexican treasurer, were re-elected. The chiffon forming a deep collar,-New
manufacture the prevailing prices in HEALTHYAND four retiring members of the board of 'York Sun. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

thai country. Thus the fortunate citi governors the Vicorntesse de Sibour of

". ellS of Nogales, both Mexicans and Washington. Miss Kate Wheelock of
flew Much Sorghum We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marlL. to Indicate content (which will avoid an comment
Seed
Americans, were able V1 buy their Milwaukee, Mrs. Lucian Swift of Minneapolis ;) :'will? !; get band test It. It It U not Mtufactorjr, return It at OUR KX1TEN8E Mil
drinks and cigars duty free from the '-STRONG. and Miss! !Susan: D. Diddle of When sorghum is sown for hay, it depends your 13,20 cheerfully refunded. This hUkejr /U an ::oaf ..any (9,00 goods in the market.We .
a good deal the character are clost band and CUD give you QUICKER I/KUVKKY than distant bouse. we bare
re-elected for three upon
esta llt.hment. Philadelphia were been l
same prosperous doingbuslnea. In i.lllfS.lfl.n4lllttl'eIueiUnd'or over >5 YEARS, and u to our ICES::
; Within the last few weeks Nogales years and Mrs Benjamin Gillam was of the land how much seed should be 1'SI81UT\ AND REPUTATION for bonet dealing,we refer you to any merchant here or to
ball taken on a new importance, for'Jt A Purely Vegetable and Perfectly chosen to fill an existing! vacancy. De- I need. About one peck would do ordi the editor of this l"l>er

I I; ban become a county seat The new Harmless, Afo/M/co- troit was selected a, the place for hold- nearly Very rich land would perhaps SOLOMOX & LEVI,
county of Santa Cruz an offshoot from ing the third annual congress next justify more; very poor land le8d. For 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
Pima county, has just been created in hollc and Non-Narcotic spring. hay, cut just as the seed begin to reach .P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.NOTICEW. .

Arizona, and the American half of the Preparations are being made by the the dough stage advises Southern Cul
Pnpllratlon.r' tivator. .pay bl'reu Charges to all Polnta reached "SOUTHERX EXPRESS: COM
by
border town_ _has I'been!...made the seat of poetofficejtlepartment to tend a large FAY." but to point on line of other Exprew Companies, we prepay only to point wbelt
Southern Epre.Company tnuufen to laid other Exproat Company



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professional Cards Botanic Blood Balm. SPRAYING POfATOES.For THE TRUTH WANTED. PASTURE!: : FOR PIGS. CIIITRCIIK ,. ,

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Roast**. WAI.TM: S. GRAHAM.OBBLVS the Prevention of Early unit ro. nnil f. > I',. nest Single
pOI (n. n. II) A Kirk Thnt I Jn :rlr.l and n gag.gestinn rr "v< EtiSCOPAL CIICRCII.
A GRAHAM, I Late might sad Ilrrtlea. that line Mf>rt. ('''''|tttfitl, K nod !Sorghum .
) "'nlt'ell' tn.1 and 4th In '
Sundays each
THE GREAT In some noefrj suggestions! as to A correspondent writing from Dtvbuqne Swine rnl' r* clionM: \ make it H pointto month, .. 11" In. and 7aon. tn. ftiimlavschool

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, spraying the Rhone Island station says: Ia., and signing H. A. J? writes sow {iirtute crop] this spring: for Ivory I r. m.Sunday"n''\'at,'"1t:10'l"'!"a.,".m."UB3r Evening: service prayer U ''Ii:II

HOURS-P'rom 10 to 12 a. m.and ., The moot serious. disease affecting'the to Farm Poultry as follows: Farm Poultry their bogs. The two beat, crops, aside frld., at 10 a. nt.Arrhdeaeon, every

rnCi 2 to 4 p. m.TITUSVILLE. BLOODFREE.CURE potato is commonly known as the late like other papers of its kind, has a from alfalfa] where it grows well are It. F. Know, Ttector.lib f

Brevard Co., Florida. blight; and la caused by the growthwithin pretty large claw of readers who seem pens, pits vetches' and rape. For : *
nYTKRiAX:
j 0.Box i"8- the leaf tissues of a fungus, to believe that whatever they see in its the average f.irmer with. say three! ciirncn. : .

I nil practice In aU the oourts-eute and fedr"jLul which may' often be seen on the underside coin mm, written with an appearance spring litters all to U fattened for Sunday f'fonlM'1 school every Sabbath' at II a. m.an.l T.inp.m. J\ .
I at in a. m, fltto.! W, Koi'bie, ..
,
facilities for examining and perfect- of an affected leaf as a delicate .f authority or assurance, most he the market two acres should be set aside 8111't Prayer meeting on Wwlnesdav evening "{

'"?uad tl ties. white 'mildew ; hence often called true gospel of poultry keeping and for pasture crops for the pigs. On one at tenll 7 ::111."II r The len f"hIlO, are cordially invited' to ae- ,9 j 1

A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- potato mildew. Its first" appearance they sometimes express impatiencewith acre now pens, oats> and vetches and on atev.JOiNAllt'OIIFSPastor( 1\\ ,

L. GAULDEN' eases, Eczema Ulcers, Pimples is denoted by brownish or purplish any one who doubts asks for the other rapo. The first acre should be --------- '---, --- ,.41.

Scrofula Blood Poison black spots on the leaven. These spots, the reasons for theories or beliefs. These divided Into two parts. One half] of the HAITI8T CllfRCII.rrraohln i''

Cancer under the favorable conditions of warm I the fellows who think it vetch mixture should be sown by May
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Kidney Trouble I are necessaryto *vpry swond and fourth Sundays '
Bolls moist! weather, Illrt'Rd'ery rapidly] give the editor taffy when they aska 1 (earlier according to latitude), and morning and evening Prayer Meetings every Y l' '

I rill practice In {United of the State Malaria, soon involving thA entire plant which question or relate] an experience always ) the other some weeks later. The proportions w'minesdsy". evening, at T.:cWI. o'clock. Hundar '.. .
and the Courts. : tn.
If Rheumatism. Ini first AlsoprracliA" "
flotilla Snn laav vtA(0:4( Sro ,
becomes black and and decays ,
drooping telling what "I have learned front for one-half acre may b ) one- cortllall, 1
['.0.Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. A rapidly] emitting a peculiar disagreeable valuable journal. To such I halt bushel each of pens oats and invited to attend ., I
TRIAL .
Money to Loan. 18M TREATMENT: SENT PRIVATELY your E X. BELL Pastor.MKTHODtSTCIIVUCH. : ;
BY MAIL odor. would say that I am not a kicker for vetches (tares). This crop will be ready

I FREE TO ALL WHO 91'FFF.R. Early blight; sometimes called the the mere fun of it, but there has beenso for the hogs when five inches high says ,I :

GOLDSMITH, : Blond tr any or Skin n ?n-Trouble or woman will suffering from_ any "leaf spot" disease, more especially much rubbish and rot written nnd a Canadian correspondent of The Country :

them free of chyge and prepaid write' us to we destination'msen,1 affects early] potatoes and is also] caused printed about poultry that it in timeto Gentleman who also advises as fol. (llIn.III-Regular" at services II a. m.every and drat tart third, soil' fourth ,I J

a the trial famous bottle Botanic !Hlood Halm (II. B. n.\) by a fungus. It may' be recognized by kick. lows "I'hoovl'ry ftm.dav at 1n:all: af> in m.. Kpwort:Hnndav ,
Southern !
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, permanently cured thousands Illood of Remedy cases, some It has of the appearance of lID)If II spots on the For the truth of this last statement Tho area intended for rape should be IIIIf It'\tlltllllteh every Thurdsy Humlay at BM: I'. m. Prayer inm. >t.l. :

;t1 'ears' standing, and after doctors, leaves which slowly] enlarge forming well worked ant .l.. ulghtst Taao'elrk' Th. I
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and hospitals Mr. Editor examine the columns of during May .given: a I.R || 101 HorMy mm every Wednesday' ,
ltu8vllle, Florida. patent tnedirines had failed. Remedy has irregular] concentric rings. The foliage The seed at3t1ll1'm.: elllltlll-f'Io'omeitullrcbnnh
light drenglngof manure. rRla j
been thoroughly; tested for patt 30 years and Is any other paper than your own. I wishto services.
Balm pertectly Is safe to take by old 1 or young Illood! dies prematurely but does! not decay Ret at the absolute\ truth in poultry may be sown como time in June, in Rev. A. l>. : I

rJ.. WEBB, v may test an befote hOnf'8t.lnul'enRlve you part with your ren*money>dv that you nor do the tnbersr-as! when affected by I culture (u! far ns jxv-sible] net only for drills, at the rate of two pounds of rape :.. iE1-NEV,1listor- ::_ 1

CURES MADE HY BLOOD IULM. the late blight. Yet if largely prevalent] my own benefit bnt for the good creditof and one.half pound of Hat turnip seed CATHOLIC\ CIU'WH. I

A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. Allan Grant of Sparta Oa cured of painful the disease very seriously] affects the the whole poultry fraternity. The to the aero. These two acres, thus prepared -
sorn! on Up called epithelial! Services at 10 a. m t tl1I'rv HIII"In In j
cancer Julia :. yield not only] in quantity but in qual should' afford! nmplo pasture for Church !
Johnson isolated experiments carried on by men hlll"lIntt, North Tltil" III".
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th'IrcuiL Stafford 1'. 0 S. C., cured of a terrible 'l'hlltlren"j
Taxes paid for non-residents itching!: eczema of 13 years standing %V. A. ity. Tip burn is not caused by a fungus, I or women who imagine thai bccnnae! the hogs right through the growing catechism at a |I" tn. j
Bryant :Moody, Tex cured of !salt rheum on as are the blights, but by unfavorable season and will be equal to three tons It av.J. K. VKovLR' Rector.
and accounts collected. they have seen a swallow it is summerdo i
Dd rents hand. Ills hand ...
resembled a burned ___ .. :
IIlIrfaCt'i conditions the of i .j .ii i.i ... .__ *-, "-- ,
suffered four years, yet cured by affecting growth I not count for much because! the beat mill feed. Hogs pasturing on this J'-f --- n !- -1 !,

Titusville, Florida Baltn. B. W. Jleazle). of Amcrlcus Ga.! sot. the plant especially dry hot weather same experiment seems to have different feed should! receive mixture of shorts MUMCIIMI
fered with sores sll over his Into
body eating .
holes. Blood Balm cured him; sound and well. and lack of sufficient moisture. results in different! hand, perhaps be- bran and corn morning and night ---- ----
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L. It. Sewell, of Atlanta la., cured by four bot As both the early and late blights of different conditions about two pounds 'per day to a pig of TOWN roUNCHniUrruA .
present!
I J 0. FRIES, C. E. ties Pops of of a Jackson terrible, C.a.eating, had ulcer violent on skin leg disease S. W., are caused by fungi the surest and caupe and therefore ]leads to no valuable] con 100 to 120 pounds In weight more or : < '' IIraln sldi-rmiinj' Jno. M. ,

entire body almost a scab, yet permanently most perfect protection yet knownis clnslon. Results often ascribed to less according to the growth of the III.1 l 1' ,".,. .Kl""t' Jno' ", Walker. II. !.. I
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land cured by B. B. }3. J.J, Head' of Athens Oa,, are < n.h. llrady; assessor: John llenryi "
the bordeaux mixture. This shouldbe snot\
hail : pasture. Do not depend on red clover. clerk treasurer: f. H.
eczema: on hands arms and legs, suffered cancel which the man of experience Pchutkri; marshal "
legally surveyed and sub-divided. five years, tried doctors and patent medicines. applied before the early blight perceives can have but little effect in Even at best it makes poor pork. Red and meets cullectur flout Tuesday: M: $lit. Jones each Jr The ..nllllcli
Illood Balm cured him month.
had only a few scars remaining makes its. appearance and the applications clover is held responsible for much of
lapping neatly done. Estimates for where the sores healed Mrs. W. J. the cane.
Steed of Augusta, Oa had recurring boils, was continued, as necessary, to keep The only as I believe to settle the soft pork in the market whether
ill 1 kinds of engineering works. Disputed cured by only five bottles three years ago. the plants covered with a thin film of way correctly so or not. INDIAN RIVKH GUARDS: :
Perfectly well since. Mrs. M, L. Adams, of the feeding as well as many other questions -
lines a specialty. Fredonla, Ala., had deadly cancer was then(; the mixture until the tubers are grown is to have an extended series of Alfalfa and sorghum are two crops Drill at the Armory, over county jail every I
up to die by nine doctors yet was cured by and matured. It should be borne in raise Tuesday evening In (lie month at H o'clock. .
that farmers who pigs should
rrrcsmr.E: Brevard Co. Botanic Blood ",,1m. W. r. McUaniel.of Atlanta experiments! conducted by some scientifically our It. 1':. :II UM8JB., f'al''III.
FLORIDA. cured of rheumatism but what more mind that the correct idea in the use of educated man who is enthusiastically give a trial to this spring. I believe alfalfa
need we say? We could Hi this paper with the bordeanx mixture is
prevention ] to be the liest pasture for swine of
devoted to but with-
wonderful cures and remember,all these troubles poultry (
W. ALLEN are caused by Bad Klood in the system, and rather than a care. out fads or hobbled), with a sufficient any when it grows well-bnt that il HOARD or TRADK.
GEORGE Blood Balm cures because It forces all the The spores of these< number of colonies be able to
to
poison outward, hence there cannot be a returnof experiment month at 1\eel: 'clk In roams over Iastnflce.
the symptoms.Don't they fall upon the' foliage protectedby in many directions at once and seed sown in even a quarter of an acre Judge M. H. Jonna. president{ J. M. Dixon
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, trifle with blood troubles, and remember the mixture are prevented from en- of nicely] prepared ground would be but treasurer} J. O. teat, secretary!
reversing conditions and treatmentin
by
if ,
even sarsap.rllla tonics doctors and
Key West, Florida. salves have failed in your case, that B. B. B.- tering the host plant by the film of copper the several yards get at the trne a small venture1. Sorghum ii another .'
Botanic Blood halt -Is different from anythingelse compounds and thus prevented from
that our farmers should not fail to
Will practice in the United States and cures to stay cured by expelling the effects of food and management. To crop COUNTY OPrICKKH.sciiooi. .
md State Courts. 9jun95 poisonous matter from the blood. This Is eth prbpagating the diseases. inaugurate such a scheme I will gladly] give a trial to. A dollar's' worth of seed
only remedy that cures [in this way. Three to five applications will per- sown broadcast in a piece of ground
be of 800
one (or any necessary number BOARD
HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM.: haps be sufficient, yet the weather con free of weeds, about JUDe 1, might possible .
) of the readers of Farm Poultry to J. Br. Dixon No'Andre.
RALPH E. SMITII, 'M. D. If WRITE are satlHlled FOR FREE that TRIAL Botanic BOTTLE.Blood Balm ditions must govern the number of raise n sufficient sum for thn purpOHe. ] be a paying investment in all put Coooaj 8. .... (1i1ohl, Titusville, )IeIlKlllfIlO.( ; It. w h

is what you you need you will find large" bottles for treatments, as, if heavy showers or to pay In advance the until of $3 each of North America. For soiling swine ---_ }

PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. sale byall druggists for ftl.OO or six bottles rains occur, extra sprayings may be for the of three to sorghum is highly] commended. It may
yearly period years, COUNT
full treatment) 500. For free trial bell tie address COMMISSIONERS!
( -
to the well
[Specialist in Genlto and Rectal Blood Balm Co., lid Mitchell St., Atlanta, necessary keep plants pro the editor or the, proprietors of Farm be cut twice In the season and for this. W. iL Sharpe 1.JMendel
Urinary Oa.. and bottle and medical hook will be sent, tected. purpose, or for pasturing is ahead of Shames, chairman) Joseph '
to be to Dr. Woods I.s4lrsnge
given J.
Poultry or > R. Walker. Vltnsvll '
all Describe trouble andwe |
Diseases. charges prepaid. your In the case of the late blight, se Jno. Houston Kau Oallle; .'.N. Wailer Ankona!
will Include free personal luejUcal advice. other competent man selected by
letting seed from fields] '' that were free any corn.Mr.: Powell of Ghent strongly recom- Itrinilar .e.alonaare held lint Monday In each 1
1-27 Forsyth Street. the editor, as compensation! for conducting month .
from the disease and planting] tubers i such experiments to conclusions sends crimson clover fcr a hog pasture '

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. entirely] free from infection 'are suggested i to hinmelf the ] Jn a ]letter to the writer he leaves no oj
satisfactory ; knowledge COUNTY
OFFIClAloR.
A Narrow checks to the disease. The ; J
Escape.
as room for doubt of its adaptability for
be made
no gained to public through Minor $.
Jom.s
nn. c. ii. PEETE, -- spores of this disease! live over wInter the columns of Farm Poultry. Or I swine feeding. In order to get the great r.. U l 1111 den, Tltlisvllln Titusville, roiinty circuit judge Judges) M.D.

Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaE. in infected tubers; hence if such are will go in any better plain] to the same eat benefit from this crop of this year's (A.I loldsmlth A. Stewart, TltusvlIlP*** prosmmilng! attorney t .',

EYE, EAK.-.NOSE and THROAT Hart of Groton, S. D. "I was taken planted, they may become centers of extent. sowing, he recommends that some red r. \Vootmi, r,.MiiM.,&bsao'asses.oriloK.t Warlii| 1..

with 1bad cold which settled on my infection by introducing the disease. clover be mixed with It. It Irowlntuch Tllnsvllle, tax onllecturlJohn tlellry,Tltllnllle,

508 Cherry Street lungs:( ; cough set in and finally terminated Tip burn can only be combated.by .I..buI'Y Ducks faster than red clover late in the season treasurer public i j.InstnttiamlJ.||. Hums, Courtmiay| o. Fries. superintendent -

in Consumption. Four doctors gave thorough preparation, proper ferUliza-j The principal' place for rl'arlnAylf's/ ''I should use crimson clover however county mrveyorJ.1'.lirownTltuavilleeherlff.| .

Macon, Ga.1) me up, saying I could live bUG a short tion conserving the moisture very. bury ducks is Weston Turville a village for fall feeding, and for this purpose it I

time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, dry seasons by proper cultivation] and four miles to the south of Ayles- need not 1m sown before Jnne or Jnly. ,
determined if I could not stay with my $ 100 Jtcwanl $ <)<).
making condition favorable for bury but in village and hamlet Crimson clover deserves trial
every every a by our
[. McL. friends on earth I would meet absent '
DANCY j
\\ D. D. L. ones above. My husband was my ad- early, vigorous growth thus giving for miles around the business is carriedon. farmers. How 00 cents' or a dollar's The renders of this paper will bo pleased '; .

vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery more power t) withstand the attack of The railway companies in the vicinity worth of teed this spring or summer to learn Hint there Is at least one r;
ditmdod
Graduate of Philadelphia College of disease. assist I license lli'at, science has been
for consumption, coughs and colds. by providing /ree hampers anyway.
able
to cure In nil Its
I Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations I[ gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles The Colorado beetle is the most troublesome and low rates of carriage. Aylexbury] The bent single] crop is by all odd Catarrh Hall's Catarrh stages Cure, and I Is the that Is

promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay It[ has cured me, and thank God I am ] enemy, although the flea! beetle, ducks are noted for early] maturity and clover and rape, sown early] in well prepared ]ly positive euro known to the medical on

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. saved" and now a well and healthy won a very; small black beetle which attacksthe hllmenHo 8ize. The plumage] is perfectly and fertilized ground the proportions fraternity Tatnirh bclngaconstUutioal 1

an. Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee'Hdrugstore. plants during the early stages of white, while the bill and legs are n of 12 pounds of uilxod clover disease, l'equirclIll'on811tlllonol\ treat
size .iOc. and
Guaranteed. Regular:( refunded $1.00 growth, sometimes causes considerable brilliant yellow,.and, an they doze on send and 0 pounds, of rape. This crop' ment. Iliiila Catarrh Cure Is taken

ROBERT McCARREL, ol'l1'ice injury by piercing the ]leaves fnll of the green turf of the orchard or paddle] will be a fair pustnre for hogs 8 week Internally, acting( directly upon the blood

small boles, and thus rendering the in the wayside brook they look the picture from sowing und right/ \ through the season and mucous sin face of the system, thereby -

CONTRACTOR .AND BUILDER, The SOT Bean. plants) faker and more liable to attacks of health and cleanllneHH. till ]late fall. The following mixtureis and destroying giving the the foundation of disease, :

The soy bean is an erect growing of disease. The Colorado beetle is The only] distinguishing\ /; feature about suggested! i Four ]>onnds of red clover up the constitution patient!strength und I by buildIng \

Churches a specialty. Steam stone works plant 1H toSJi feet in height, with easily controlled'withont extra labor the male birds is the recurved ,tall.O""VJ four pounds of mammoth, four naturo In doing Its work The assisting proprlo- .'

CONCORD AND stiff stem having branches thickly covered by using lrom"tbree-quartersof a pound pounds of Incern and five pounds of tore have 110 much faith In Its curative ,\ ;

PIUTCHARD STS., with pods. Cold weather hinders to a pound of pur is green per acre in Dwarf EHHOX rape seed.! It the laud .il 'powers, that they offer One Hundred fJ|

CHARLESTON, So. CA. its growth, and for this reason it is not the first two or three applications of naturally low and Inclined to bo wet. a Dollars for any case Hint It falls to cure J.1;

best to plant until the middle of May the bordeaux mixture as needed. The few pounds of alike should bo added. Mend for list of tostlmonlats. J '.;j'

snfficient bordeaux mixture is also very distaste, AiMrcss' F. J. CIIKNKY &: Co Toledo -
the rainfall is a plantIng -
and if ] 1. The ful to the fit'a. beetles and they will do A Jood Test For ..01'....... O. KaT"Sokl by Druggists. 7fl cents i
be made as late as July
may should be in good tilth and the comparativley little damage where it Bordeaux! mixture Is now so generallyused Hall's Family I'HUarothe best .
ground
In and fruit j
ie used gardening growing

FERRYSSEEDS weeds thoroughly Plant in killed drills, just the rows before sato that'Ite proper preparation becomes all In a simple nut .lock, rncontly patented .
planting.
42 inches apart, dropping seeds two important. The surer and simpler ferro- nsptliigslcul coil Is slipped over the

inches apart in the row. One-half] bushel cyanide of potaxMnm test is largely superseding end of the bolt after' the nut Is In placet] : tone ,

that of the knife blade. Ferrocyuulde end of the coil overlapping the
of 'seed per acre is required. Cultivate] opposite ( -
as for corn using small shovels on the ERUNA'SVICTORY -+-r of potuuHltun comes as a solid. end and causing It to grip the

werefamoueyeareagotbelrfamegrow.. every y"or-as Ue Balls cultivator and being careful not to > fll' ATLKBBUKr ImICICruUl According to a report pf the Cornell threads of the bolt] to hold It In place.Kxucutor'H ,

t dlII mat 10 be relied oll-.ha the ground. When the pods turn ] The who station one ounce of ferrocyanide of -. .- --' .
man -
row bent For sale ridge They are polygamous./ -- -
lendingM
by
) potassium I dissolved in one ounce of water I
d""I everywhere live tvnuIwr brown cut either with a self rake reaperor rears docks is known locally as n To arouse Dormant Liver and accuse
pnper.nd always worth ft.utv i will be sufficient for touting; many '
J"ol.t on having' tuem. Rum with a common cultivator rigged up "ducker." He 'commences to 'set the permanent regularity of the Dowels, uie 'i
barrels] of bordeanx mixture. In making
110 rlak .. tr. M. A. Simmons Liver
-buy Ferry with two horizontal knives bolted to eggs in December and curly] broods are Medicine
.
IM9II Need Annual frH. .bordeaux it I. usual to tho diluted jI
b M.e'EeasatoIMtnll. the inner thanks., Pnt the talks in pro S. //artma*, reared in January and February. The pour I {
111.10. Columlmt, O. milk of lime into the dilated
cocks where they should be kept until DEAR SIR I dicks do not build nests, and seldom cop- Notice.NOTICE .
: feel Per sulphate] solution. In order to ascertain
Thrash with a common thrashing brood the hatched by the .
cured. \ likeanewwoman co eggs are when enough lime has been used -
machine. Run slowly] and use all \ \ domestic hen who taken charge of 10
since using your after pouring a small amount of it Into U hereby given to all whom It mar .S
blank ccncaves. The beans may be fed II or 12 eggs the period of Incubation being that six month from this dut, ,!
I'.
,
veretableK \ -ru-na. the sulphate solution add a drop of the the undersized wllllre..nl to lion D.1. '
DROPSY } _. Have cored whole or ground.-Kansas Station. a Y HI Yoilr medicine 2H days. The hens are taken from ferrocyanide solution. If a brick red laulilen.. County Judge of llrtvard county,
many thousand case : has the nest by band once in 24 boors to N Florida his final /epori, acomihu and vouchers 1,
\\ helped me aoIt color where the drop strikes, together with bis
finlledhopelewi. In ttSDO -I. \ \\\ appears petition for discharge an executor
lye at Lae*t.. reraovJ \ much that I fed. Home are such determined brood' of the.last will and testament of Kmlly:
-p tin f \ APHORISMS.Win /, can more lime is needed. Continue adding
> TLIIrDAT .
-ttinonlaU.. : trvatmiml free. I era that, having batched oat one lot of A.lteynol..., dtIC;_". '
-
I work
and
x H. GftCU'l never the milk of lime until no reddish color
SOJS. box K. Atlanta.OaCUlZDwith ducks will sit again and bring off : listed at Fort Tlvrve, Florida, this 8th day of ..
they
- hearts, and you have all men's feel tlredout. When I first began to use will be produced when the ferrocyanidi Jun., A. 1>. IMUV. ';
brood. This salts the breeder
another
bands and parses.-Bnrleigh. your medicine I couldn't sweep my own I. added. A little surplus lime will de R. 8. niCYNOUm: f

YEARS' Man is only miserable so far as bethinks room, run tiie sewing machine or lift as the hens are'not required to run no harm. Ferrocyanide of potassium In Exruntor Estate if Emily '!

EXPERIENCE himself so.-Sannazaro.It anything,not even chair Itevenhurtme with the docks, and broody hens are a poison and should be kept oat of the A. Reynolds, deceased.

to ride or walk any distance. NowI costly.-London Sketch. reach of children and careless persons.Thln C. T. McCarty, J
is to live twice, when we can enjoy Attorney Air Executor JunlMmo '.
can do all this, and I believe more, _
of former life. Good Slock.
recollections our
the and feel the effects of It. I feel
never .l.. 'be t'aeh.e.
is it that of those who
Martial.Necessity. Why so many
ao proud of the way it has brought mout atart or undertake to establish them Here is where most people fall It Administrator's Notice.NflCICle V. .
render doubtful act
may a that I tell it far and I .
near. can bosl seems such a pity to pull off so muchprolul.lng
selves in thoroughbred poultry
Innocent but it cannot make it praise heartily recommend your medicine to fruit. Oat to Insure success : hereby given that all crodltots, new undertake it with inferior stock J
TRADE MARKS distribute and all person bavUK .
worthy.-Joubert any woman suffering from female diea&e. *- They are certainly laboring under a It mast be done perseveringly pitilessly. ( claim or demand. against theestateof i\ .
DCSIONSCOPVKIOHTS find time for anything I know from that Joseph l'eteraI... of hrevarfcouoty,deceased., I
Ac.p. You will never experience great mistake. It i is oat of the question The grower who has palled off all
to present| them within two to the underslguwl.gr 1
(.lel Anon., aaareain sendln. a Ikate" and tree deaerlptlon.betber may an ; if you want time you must make your medicine will do just what you to breed fine stock from ordinary fowls that hi. conscience will let him has this notice will be year pleaded bar. \

1I""lIrlctl I.'anuo" II probably oar paentabl.OplDloo Communing It.-Cbarlee Buxton. f say it will. I thank you, Doctor, ai -Indeed it U a waste of time and probably got off one-half as many as j. r. BROWN: J

Nat ,, ,oonadeatla4 lIaodboOlI 00 Patents denied to well'directed labor thousand times for your treatment. I ought to We often bear Sheriff of Discard County, Via., /
..."?' *"d... airencr for MKrartD pt act.. Nothing is i money to undertake it. In starting one com people ;,
'Krae without cbaree.Lb.
without it-Sir J. Reynolds.The I go. I know what it has done for he is laying as upon 'this depends with fruit," "limbs breaking," etc. It the estate of Joseph liters d.. \ i
Scientific Jfttiericaii.ni.nltol5tlT me and I know it will do the same for ceased .VJ
man who lives in vain lives his future success or failure. If one Is nothing to brag about. Nothing can 1:1111a7311jull: '.

?"| .>n of any.clentlaeJournal.Oh>st ate of who would after
women
.utoarmuntbaL aobyailnewMealel+. lives to a bad purpose.-W.Kevins. using for year. and then have the same, as Southern Cultivator. Atlniliilntrutor'M Notice. :

MUNN & Co.3etaroadu.y. New York purpose. your treatment as I did, be thankful like begets like. Of course ha may Improve

Iltllicb Olllce, aE I r Bt.Wub\llcton ; When interest is at variance with I am ao glad I got your treatment. it to a certain extent bat it Among lk. !newer Vrirvlablo., K<.. 1
: It that all creditors
This month Is the first time in life hereby given ,
- conscience any pretense that seems to my will be slow business. Good stock shouldbe Potato Doves early { Hlr Walter Ita- NOTICE :!, dlitrlbut M and all persons having .
satisfies the hollow heart- that I can remember of having my purchased from some reliable] breeder leigh late Cabbage, Russian Giant claims or demands against the estate of .", : 1

i GOLD II !Iia| Of no value when health Is ed.reconcile-Home. menses without pain. Why I can't do which Is the first step toward suecess. late, Peas May Queen, early] and) late; deceased.Indsy I.,.to UoUltbllrt"reMn& them law within of Brevard one year County to the,) .21!

pratt daDlter. What'* of more value ? anything bolt recommend Pe-ru-na.- Then by taking one or more good Prizetaker, medium. Tomato )foore', undersigned this notice will txt ,pleaded. .
a breeding carries along with it a bur J. I'.UKOWN !
up-to-date tablets will break up Good Miss Emma L. IJolden, Wilberforce O.
learn the Triumph late Duke York (English
cold the mod poultry papers, so as to proper I va- Sheriff of Hrevard Via., .
Kniono daT aDd for constipation't dignity that is respected by The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co, Columbus County,
'n h, U8neM a nd all malarial troubles, petulant Ill breeding invites and aoborixes O.,will mall Dr. Hartman'sspecialbook ways of mating, feeding and caring for riety), late Extra Early Victor. Corn and ei'ofllclo administrator of the .,
no them be may rest assured of baring a Early Giant early. Maskmoton. Paul estate of JJndty L, de
? f101* B/ mall prepaid for 25c.<< ; the familiarity of the most for women, free on application to l Dougherty {
pratt Medicine Col, Station B, Chicago, Chesterfield. flock of birds he will be proud of.- lose, early] t Rocky Ford early. Water. ceased.Juneffljuljr .
Ill, imid.- women only. l1drui'rl.at..ell Fe-ru-ua.
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Send for sample. Fanciers' Review melon Black Boulder early. '




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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 7, 1899.

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t -4' INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +-' mlnutee. Suppose we give the men .

short sermons! and shirt waists, Indian River Real Estate AjITITUSVILLE '

and make the women take off their
A WIEELYJOUaffL DKTOTBD TO THE DttCLOPMKXT AKIN&
OF THE: INDIAN! RIVER, LAKE big hate, by way of an inducementto l

WORTH AfrD BlftCAVNC BAT SECTIONS. make men attend church more FLA.

regularly ? POWDER __ .
PUBLISHED KVKllY) FRIDAY. I
.. .. AsQLuTLLY'PURE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In t:
LET us hope the Transvaal trouble paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at
,. once
CHARLK n. WALTON, Editor: & Proprietor, will\ be averted. The English: Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.

American and other settlers! in the J3T* Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency Why ,
Discontinuance .of adrt. must lit made per. aw/t **_ma MWM eo.,Nfw vom.
Transvaal want justice. Are they yours.PINEAPPLE
onally at thin office or by writing. LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
getting it ? The Natal Africander ----
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.10 per acre.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CiURf M a Dutch newspaper, said three Wanted Sewing. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of E
H. WAi/Toa,pnblliher*proprietor years ago that (here was not a semblance DEATH OF H. TEAGUE NOR- Gallic; first-class for orange, plneapples'and vegetables. Price $1,000.

of justice in the position WOOD. Gentlemen's Clothing- neatly repaired. ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay ttO) Addreit all communication to year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
assumed the Transvaal -
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by MKS. K C. SCKIMOEOCR.Titusville
govern HAMMOCK Titusville from :;
LANDS, near $5 to $2 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ment in expecting the people who Friend after friend de Friend Fla. One bundred.and sixty acres, lake front, 2| miles west of Titnsville, good f

TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA own 75 per cent of all the landed There Who l I.hath no union not lout here a of heart 1 pineapples, vegetables and oranges Price, $550.00.Grain : .

property and pay 90 per cent of That finds not here an end. Notice of Application for Penult
Were thin frail world\ our only rent
U. S. Department of Agriculture the taxes to allow themselves to be Living: or dying, none were blest to Sell Liquor, Wines and
T. .wrE :8. :80-c-es.
treated like Kafllre. The London
Weather IJurcnii-Jupiter, 1 la. On Saturday morning, July 1st, the llcer. ,
I Times estimates that the UitUnd- mans f lends of Mr. II. Teague Norwoodmet -

statement ers number two-thirds of the whole at the home of his father, In North
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The following is a comparative
W. .1.
a of temperature and rainfall for the population. They have few of the Tit II IYllle. to pay their last tokens of PUBLIC notice ban niedArlth I In -hereby the given Hoard that of County Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal an

week ending Tuesday, July 4, 181>0. which freemen in this respect ; for rill that love could doandIt Commissioners of Hrevard In the State of ,
rights coun had done much-could not keep Florida his application for a permit to ellIIlnorR.

DATE. MAX.-1890 MIX.- MAX.-1808 MIN.- try deem as precious as life itself, the grim messenger! of death. The away fun 9, uf said, wines County: and and beer State in Election; that such District appllca><>. Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fres

28 80 77 81) "0 and under the Doer oligarchy eral was at La Grange the Rev W. N. Hon will be acted on by the said Board County
Chaudoin rfliclatlng at the services and (.nmml ..loller. at their next regular: meeting,
29 86 7J! 80 71 neither liberty nor life is safe. .
which will' be held on the Mr t Tuesday in Au all the time
30 89 72 89 '71 President Kruger's plan of at the grave. Teague will be missed !gust. A. I)., I8W.! at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoonof
July. govern. as he was an exemplary young man, anda said day,and the said Hoard hereby calls upon
t 87 71 89 79 ment IH very much behind the hard W9rker, winning the respect of any citizen of each Election'District If who there may be, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man ,
2 81 71 86 I<;9 times for the modern, enlightened his employes and the respect and love at desire the said to do next so, to regular show cause meeting of any said Hoard, beast Agent:: for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotatiot

3 89 71 31 71 };English-speaking white man 'de- of all who came In contact with him. I why such penult shall nut be granted to the ap Lowest cash prices.

4 87 75 87 79 mands self-government, and he is lie was 20 had yearn suffered of age,much and during from that the plicant.Hy order of the Board of County Commissioners Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Total rainfall for the week 0.07 Inches. not going to be satisfied until he past year of Hrevard County, Florida, this the 4th day
rainfall for the dread disease, consumption. of July, A. D., 1800.
normal
Departure from gets it. Oom Paul la evidently Yet, through It. all, be displayed a wt(. 11. SIIARPE.
week: minus 030 Inches. Departure Chairman pro' tern.
hunting trouble. lIe it. Christians fortitude.There CHAS. N. WELSHANS
from normal rainfall since January 1, may get
In a world above. ,
1.1t51nches.
minus
Where parting unknown; I..U. S.. "District Court, Southern
CRONK Observer .
.I W.
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THE PULPIT AND THE PEW. A whole eternity of love.
l al District of Florida.In .
Founded for the (too< >ove.
An I faith beholds the dying here
CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Translated to that happier sphere ,
AT a recent meeting of the Houseof Between a minister and his congregation Re, Charles K.Kenyon ) In the matter of ,

Lords, In London, the bill legal there is an action and a liankmpt. J I Petition for FinalDischarge.. ,

izing the election of women as reaction, so that the minister makes Two Dally Mall Between Tltusvllle'aml N this 29th day of June A. I). 1899, on reading ## HAIR AND LATH *#

,! councillors and aldermen was defeated the congregation, and the congregation Jacksonville.As O the court the foreeolne that: a hearing: petition be it had U ordered upon the by

: by a vote of 182 against 08. 'makes the minister says same on the 17th 'lay of duly A P 189, before.aidConrt.atJackaonvllle State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
in said district,
at
The lords evidently think women Ian Maclaren, in the July Ladies' announced in the ADVOCATE of ten o'clock In the forenoon and that notice Old 'Phone-
i could be better employed attend- Home Journal. When one speaksof the 2.rd:! ult., a new mall service went theieof be published In the INDIAN RIVER 8. }jV\ 13 Dogan Stree''
into effect on the F. E. C. Ry. on Mon ADVOCATE newspajver printed in said district,
ing to their household duties. a minister's service to his peopleone The southbound service leaves and that all known creditors and other.persons! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
day. In Imereetmayappear at the said tune and
7 is not thinking of pew rents, Jacksonville at 4:05: ; p. m., reaching Ti place and chow cause If any they have why the

THE state tax for Florida, for and offertories, and statistics, and tusville at 0:30. p. m., and returning, prayer of'. tn. said petitioner should not.be

crowds of schools and leaves Titusville at /5:30: a. m., arriving at granted.And It Is further ordered the Court, that ; 6 A FAMILY
i5" this year, in five and a half mills, ; nor guilds, by 0 9 JAUNT
Jacksonville at 10:55.:: A postal clerk Is the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors
divided as follows : General revenue and classes and lectures. The of said and this order addressed
in charge of each .train and the advantages notice petition In one of our canopy top phaetons or BU;
3 mills ; pensions, 1 mill : gen master'achievement of the minister of both cities and all Intermediate stated. to them at their places of residence as reys can be enjoyed for any length of tin

cral school ta'x, 1 mill ; State Board is to form character' and to make points will be marked, giving two malls Witness the Honorable James W. Locke, without weariness. You can get moi
of Health fixed law men.- The chief question, there. Instead of one, six dais in each week. Judge; of the said Court and the seal thereof, solid comfort in one than in any other T,
: tax rate by
1 : The service has thus been increased to at Jacksonville, In said district,on the 29th da) f 5 hide on the market. For the borsem.i'
one-half mill. Has fore, to consider about a minister's of June, A I> 1819.\ id
.,? anybody got meet the Increasing; business, even in E. O. LOCKE, r' 4 that loves speed, a runabout or as light R
anything to say against this state work is : What kind of men has he what supposed to be the quiet part of July 7-14 Clef k. can be constructed, well-made and strong
Y tax ? made ? the year along ''the East Coast,' as far he will find here at bed-rock prices

And at least of the south as Titusville.
one most
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Notice, for Publication.In d McMURRAY & BAKER,
A NEW state statute will go into decisive questions by which the ", h
I"fei 1- Main & Church Sts.
effect on the 1st of November, members of a congregation can be BllEVAItn COUNTY TREASURERS Circuit Court of the 7Mi Judicial Circuit ,

1 which will considerably extend the judged is : What have they madeof STATEMENT.July of Floiida, Brevard County, A. D. JACKSONVILLE, FU

jurisdiction of justices of the. their minister ? By that one 1809. 1 State Agents for
Sterling Bicycles
., tat 1809. .,. ... ...... !
i \ peace. It would be as well for does not mean what salary they IN CHANCERY ..,..nw.R .,,
I Balance cash on hand June let, 1899.! ..f3.611 21! Cartle C.Snedeker, )
., justices of the peace in Florida' to may give him, nor how agreeable Amount received in June, 180tf! ....,. 4371 U7 vs. J DUI for Divorce.

look into this law, and by so doing they may be to him, but how far Total..... ,....;.... ... ... '7\I'J! :38. Margaret Snedeker the,bill): of exhibit
.', they can familiarize themselves be has become a man and risen to Lens warrants paid In June 18:0,. IT appearing and tiled by In said came complaint and the aflldavit of HAMMOND PACKING CO.

I f with the changes in the transactions his height in the atmosphere of his and and delivered School to Hoard County.. Commissioners ........s .""' 3.54874 Margaret complainant's t>SntMleker solicitor is a that non-resident the defendant of the (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.) .
'' in their courts in advance. congregation. Some congregationshave State of Florida, and resides to wit In the
ruined ministeis Balance cash on hand July tilt, 1891)$4.133: UAIIOVB : State of New York within the United States. OUR SPECIALTIES :
by harassingthem Now,you, the mid Margaret Snedeker, be and
r A WHITEn in the London Lancet till they lost heart and self- BALAICOB 18 HELD AS FOLLOW:'. appear before the judge of our court on "Coin Special", hams and breakfast bacon
control and became and Deposited In Indian River State Hank. THE 7th DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1K99
;," that the of human peevish a! percashier'ecertineateless checks No 440, "Coin Special" canned meats.
1 1 life says has been advanced average from about Ill.tempered. Some congregations, 476 not In ................... .. ....f4,13.16l: to,confeBHo answer will 11411I l>o bill entered of complaint against/ or you a decree and pro the "Calumet" hams
again have ruined ministers nALANCk.8; IIRLDNOINO TO EACH FUND AS FOLLOWS I complainant will be allowed to proceed expart and breakfast bacon.
by so
,: 40 to nearly 50 years, and that this : with hi* said came "Calumet"
humoring and petting them that It is further ordered that this notice be pub leaf lard.
remarkable and Revenue General Fuud,....
very gratifying County 2,1MB: 38
y change has taken place during the they could endure no contradiction, a"< Road Building and BrilgeFund.....,..r..- 6743' M!) llshedin! published tI..ISDUN said RIVER county ADVOOATB,once a week a newspaper for Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

v past half-century The chief cause And became childish. That con Feeding Prisoners Fund...... ]8U IX four Witness' consecutive the Honorable weeks. Minor S. Jones judgeof compound lard sausagesand
Fine and I .....
Forfeiture Fund. CM: 24
Ify? of the improvement the J..ancet'swriter gregation has done its duty most n School Fund ..,.....,..........'; 1111 ,court I[ said house court In, ana Tltnsvllle the seal, Florida of .said this court 6tb at day the all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

:, believes to be the improved effectively which has created an Total....................,....0.....$4,133-62 ,of July, A. D IIIII'J.I A. A.
; sanitation of modern life, which atmosphere so genial, and yet so --- J'-U 8.-: } Olerk STEWART Circuit Court
1 Ird' bracing, that good in its JOHN HEXBV' -- By O. A Stewart, D. C.
removes many obstacles to the normal every County Treasurer. .
:: development of the humllnbodJ' minister has been fostered, and July augP-fit WILLIAM CLARKE, Sanitary Plumber,

everything petty killed.

JOHN E. WALKER, Fine Gas Fixtures,' Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
A BIG MORTGAGE FILED.
IN DENMARK it is the law that

o all drunken persons shall be taken ,Plant System Itorrowa tSOOOOO on J. T. --DEALEU IN Iron work pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water closetS .

;; to their homes in carriages, pro. & 1t.W.:, ,
vided at the expense of the saloonkeeper There was:filed for Property record In the officeof Millinery Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc. Etc. and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tlnoed.
,
who sold them the last the clerk of the Circuit Court for-Du
glass ; but in Florida the new law al County on Saturday, a trust deed for 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

Is much the same as in England, tl, OOOOO by the Savannah, Florida; & ,Kinds of Cool Temperance JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA.A"
Western Hallway Company, to the City
j for of its .
one provisions
says : Trust Company, of New York, securedon Drinks; Fruits In Sell on.

"Whoever sells any intoxicating the property formerly known as the @?" Your patronage solicited. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE!
liquors wines beer to husband Jacksonville & West Rail '
or any Tampa Key JOHN R. WALKER
,
or after notice to the way. The,bonds which are secured by
parent
this mortgage bear the date of issue of Titusville, F1a.Ori.Cl.Cl.Orl. .
3' contrary, from any wife or child, r Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
July ]. 1899\ \ and are made payable July
or to a minor or an intoxicated 1, 1034\ with Interest at 4 per cent, payable ,

person, shall be punished as if he semi-annually. The prlviegela, how-. :: : .S &:, Fitch" Mosquito Netting, mnde and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Screen:
ever, reserved to retire the bonds January "
had sold without
license
liquor a : Cloth. Ducks and Georgia; Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton, In all numbers -
JACKSdNVILLE
1,1tH1t5.The
mortgage Is obligated\ to layal1taxes FLORIDA, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid t'

COL. SAMUEL S. SUMNER, U. S. A., and insurance, audio keep the property Grocers und Commission Merchants. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers
corporations and hotels. line 1\'C
Anything usually kept by in
storekeepers our
In Of the be
repair. sum to raised
military attache of the United in the issue of bonds VICAR 8IU-\Ve: quote you a few price below and when In need of following. article have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatmentBENEDICT .
,<\; States embassy in London, whoI 150.000 I Is to be end ua.your orOr We wake a specialty of Mailorders.Bent .
used In the
permanent Improvement of POLLAK & CO.,
was present at a recent review of the property In the purchase of additional PRICE- -- LIST ...

18,000 British soldiers at Alder. rolling-stock, In building of brauch .. Flour, I'erbhl........................ $ ..::111 Green I'ofTue, perlb. .,...,....,....., ., $ .10 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
half bbl .. .................. ...
lines 2.30 ArbucklesCoa'eetierlb................... .12 y
I r shot, said he! compared Queen and for other purposes deemed e IW-lu. SUck.\... .., ..M Tea {er Ib.......,..... ...;. .............. ,33 --
Victoria's necessary. Not more than $50,000 may a Grits, per ..... ...,..... 120 Lard,compound. per lb........ ........... .on
army to "a forest of be used In any OUR year, commencing a. Meal. a' ...................,. 1.15 Lard pure'erlb ... ..' ......,......... tyt U. 8. Code. COIUlESrONUKNCK INVITE ...
. ::1 shimmering steel overhanging a with ? Wheat"' ..,......,...... M' TouiHtoes-lb.cans, terdoa .. .. MI
the current year, .. Corn" ... ............. Mia Pie Teacher.a.lb.canllt terdoa"...;."...
scarlet sea;" and characterized it The trust deed was signed: R. O. Erwin, /1 data '. .. .. .. .,.. ...... .,,... ifln/ Table ."'I&chell.3-lb.cans, I per dos,......., i.on tsar
as o( the most vice-president of the Savannah: Florida U )Iran" u ..,.,....... .. ito! Coru,2lbcan.: .".erdol .. ....... .(to McCOMB & CO
one magnificent re. Feed Meal, sack.. ...,........ .
USlirliiht
& Western per linked Jklan8,3-111.canl, tterdox ......,.. j,oo
t views hehad: ever seen,* in which Hallway Company, and attested o C H Meal.{er.ack......,.. ... 1.05 Sardines, per .lo..... .... ............,. ,45
by R. 1) Smith, secretary It require Meal Fertilizer, ifoo-lba ..,... ...,i... ..... 3.00 Salt:!O".lbl. persack..,..... ... ..... ... .\\10 7Growers'
k the othertCoreign, military attaches revenue stamps to the value of $750 before Hay: erewt ..... ..., ..,...... ,..,, .75 Matches, per gross.-),........-- 'I
t fully concurred. all the being recorded. heat.. 11) 8 Hanle.. 'er lb................ .. .no Crack en,atsla, perlb ,.. ....,.,........ .116<
; Nearly )Hams, ....... ................
perlb .10 Cracker*, lemon, .per Ib.................... ,6 PIN""E.APPLE
.foreign military attaches were The property mortgaged Is what was '" Shoulder*, per Ib. .............. ..., JR<4 Oln.erSnal'l.I'"r ll"> .., ... .....,...'...... .''6
.. known as the Jacksonville, Tampa and Rice,per lb .......,. .. ........ ,,.,. b&e: OcUirou Soap, >erdo...................... ,-&%
4;: present, an.d the review made a Key West Railway from Jacksonville to Granulated Sugar, per Ib.. ............... &K I'eurllne, per e 01..... ......,.............. 45 --
v profound 1 impression upon them. Sanford, and till other, lines of railway, TuothpickTobacco.lerlb........... ..... .4:1'uteebperdoz....,... .... ......,.......... ,-.1 '

C, Tlieso troops ar6 ready for active spurs, branches and extensions hereafter Send us your order &uII1I1"II your' roiiRlirnniento. Wit Invite correspondence. and

t service at day's notice. or to bo otherwise acquired: also by construction all lands and,iinnurttMiiiuces purchase- I ilcTlMMOXS IS, 17&,K1TCH.Id, 25 South: Ocean St.. Shippers Agents.

JACKSOXVILLEFLA.
belonging: to the main line and con rr Spot CMh buyers of Hides,Furs, Wool ana Alligator Skins.

MANof; our southern renders uvcilons, Including buildings docks, -
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are advocating short ((15 minute) water rights, lenses, terminal privileges, ESTABLISHED 1852. 279 :
/xslaJLxtstoia.: St. Now Torli-
franchise, twenty-four locomotives, six. ,
sermons in the churches; but the teen passenger coaches, nine express Gd'; Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. .,. .

Philadelphia Tituea is advocating cars, eight llatcars, 319 boxcars, seven REFKUEXCEs-Commercla1 reliable York.
shirt waists for men Now comesa caboose oars, four stock cars, four coinbiuatlon Agencies; or any house In New

a Boston paper, who says that one baggage and mail and one combination T. D. RANDALL & CO. Growers' Personal References
anil
reason why women are better Land News baggage} express cars.-De- ,


they church can'attendants comfortably than and men is coolly that coMMtss=o: -., TO ThOSe Who Their Wish'Condition to Improve and Escape from Freezes_,,

sit in their shirt waists and admire AGENTS WANTED. Fur 'The Life and ;

each others bonnets and ribbons, : ftraatent Achievement hero.of!Admiral ty Murt Dewey HaUtead" the, the worlds life. Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce Poor soil, expensive freights, I offer at low prices and on very easy terms,
while the men are sweltering in long friend and admirer of the ualiou'a Idol. desirable land in the, most picturesque section JAMAICA, perfect
HlgKeot and bent book over 500 page*, 8x10 P1.nonpp1os n Spoc:1n1'ty.: climate, finest roads In the world, no mosquitoes schools and desirable
their hot coats and vests, trying I Inchon 1 nearl1W pages naif-tone Illuatratloui. good ,
fO} Only .110. Kiioriuou: demand. Ulg co nwl.. Give as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago Southern government. For particulars, write to
listen to a lengthy, and sometimes lioui. Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime Write ; Express
quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor Co.: Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS,
uninteresting for !;U) 40
sermon, or Caxton: lildtf.,Chicago, York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange, Kingston, Jamaica, D. W'f' Lt





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i I GOODE(attention.Iobe.ent for and.It: pale.o.ntjOF.-R"al.t..to.Lon'III1.erlal Fire\I Insurance and Estate Llul'llOOl and. I'I'I'l'lal J.oaM..ml JLw > :

to the Interests of non resi-|
dents.


bit I 23T" Subset iptlons for the ADVOCATE, ; SPECIAL [

the pink paper of the East Coast, will be PRICESmTO

toot I received at the Melbourne Poxtoffice. -



Fled Prang Is putting a basement W[i] l '
under (
atiii his cottage on New Haven Ave. ..Pzr .eapple G ; G> Gr'o-w-ers.: .

Postmaster, R. W. Goode had his

t building !gayly decorated with old glory, ill

on..the.Fourth. JJW,,, ..*tu.uI ..Zk.ll.i'oxxxi<3. JJ'ortillszsox-: ,
Gf 'lrM .I''Messrs. George Haslehum and f John t-l Price $25.00.GUARANTEED 52T: Before buying tho following Materials be auto and apply to

a little Nicholson while.have gone to Ormond for a ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money.


Molnture.......... ....,.................... ....... ..... ... ......... ...... A to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
Mr.I and Mrs. Jones of Stewart, spent Ammonia ......., ..... ....... ................... .... ... .... ..........,.. ...... 5 to 8 ,
the 4th here with their cousin J E-t Equal to I'nlvbatt!of Ammonia.. .............. .. ...... ....................... go to 2A BLOOD AND ACID J PHOSPHATE
and H. Baker Available Phosphoric Acid. ................................................... A to II BON.E( ,
i family. Equal' to Itone rhorphaM of Lime.............................................. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE: NITRATE OF
TEED Mrs. Marlon l'otllllbK20. .. .......... ..............................'.............. B to RKqual SODA,
Mitchell from the Gulf to 8nli ineteo *' ...... .......... ... .......................... ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE: OF AMMONIA
Coast, is going to spend the summer IIlaJtlle; la,L etch... ....... ..,,...........,....,......,.......,.,... M to no TOBACCO STEMS, E-I
here with her sister Mrs. J. F. Baker.M. E-t C3T": Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED: : MEAL: HARDWOOD ASHES

W. Chaffee left last Saturday- COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAIN1T AND POTASHES.

spend the next four months with his parents 55T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

i at their summer home in Droo:'- H prices.
lyn, N. Y. .
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Rev. W. C. Barnes and John Ferguson Plonso Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Doalorn. Sond for
left here' last Saturday for Covlngton,

KyJVe\ hope to see them return in the t-l Pamphlet. : Pi

not far distant day. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE
Edward CO
Conkling, of Jensen, came up !
to spend the fourth with his mother, ,,

Mrs. Anna Conkling! ; and Mr. Finley, of

$1TL, Jensen was also the guest of Mis. Conk- j J'ack-son.ville, Floricta.:
ling this week.Melbourne .

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celebrated the 4th by a I I I
grand picnic on the bluff. Quite a number -:. Mrs. W. J. Ncsbltt Mrs. Botsford Mr. petted this week on a visit to her sister, God speed."Undo parties nro both colored.
from and Mrs. Wlngate Miss Mrs. Mrs. Oco. N. Hatch.
Eau Gallic Malabar Tillman : Wtngate
wanted. Enclose Itughto" has quite story to Tho programme for the Fourth was
Salesman! stampfor Huntsville, Melbourne Beach and East John Simmons, John Houston, Miss The engagement of Miss Viva 1'. relate about the thunder storm Friday"' quite 1lahorl\te-llllralle of civil\ and
particulars.Will : Melbourne were present. The Sunday Laura Houston E. A. Klnnlard: and a 11111 to Mr. Arthur Lapham; has been afternoon "Auntlo" Is sick and had; military national (salute speaking: and

school children teachers and superintendents number of others visited Titusville and announced-the wedding to take plac I aid down for a change on I'dln the music In the armory during the morning
straighten Qurly and' Kinky Hair marched in line from the congregational helped celebrate the glorious Fourth.All In a few weeks northeast coiner of the house. Something yacht rl\ce. and game of all torts In

without injury to the scalp or hair. church to the picnic grounds report an enjoyable day. sccmod to say to hl'r. "(Jet up tho afternoon and ball at night.
C. E. Cook returned Sunday from
where all joined in singing patriotic Assistant Supt. .Fuller of the railway and go and lay" down on the bed In I the
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX. songs. Then there were some fine reci- mall service was here last week Inspecting Palm Beach where he has been tom middle of (ho house." She went at Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson
tations by the children and some able the Banana liver mail route making: some weeks engaged In carpenter workon once, and had hardly laid down on the I started on Monday morning for California. -

....",...."........................"................ .......... speeches by the older folks, and then a atrip Friday on the steamer Spartan.The the Royal PolncUna. other bed when the lightning struck They 1 g" to visit cousin of
big dinner prepared by the ladies of the contract for carrying. this mail The long droulh has been broken. the wire clothesline In the yard splitting Mrs. Thompson's In San Francisco.

AntiKink.Endorsed town, and served by young ladles and for four years from July 1st, WOO will Several good rains have refreshed! the all four of time pouts that It was Capt.'F.Ii. )Rogersvent on tho same
gentlemen who made excellent waiters service be In and fastened to of them In ten of train HA( has brother living at Boulder
",................................................................... the elder ladies taking charge of the. shortly weekly be instead advertised.of tri-weekly The as may carried thing vegetation is beginning our hammock to look thrifty every once the corner, one where the bed stood steps that Creek Cal., whom ho has not neon for t

by the United States Health serving tables.; Fireworks In the evening under the present contract, which has more "Auntie" had just left not a minute years.

Reports. and ice cream served at Hotel Riverside : one more year to run, Mr. Fuller deeming Frank ho before. She was badly shocked as It Never was so much powder burnt as
Hatch here
to all who wished to keep cool the present service to be greater than spent a day was. "Uncle" was just closing the on Monday night and never did ho
first of the week his
DARRAGH & RICH, New York, finished up one of the most enjoyable the business warrants.At on way to Ormond door In the dining room on that side of Irrepressible 1111I..1boy\ come out so
z where he will take of the P. E.
days ever spent. In Melbourne to all charge the house, and was standIng .
Sole Manufacturers. fortunately stongor succeed so thoroughly In making
e a meeting of the Board of Alder C. station while the agent at that place
who lucky to be
were
enough present. behind the door as ho closed .it, a nuisance of himself. From midnight -
men last Saturday It was voted to open takes his summer vacation.
which saved him from a severe shock on It was t one continuous uproarfrom
1 a. new street Magnolia avenue, commencing of The holiness band that has been occupying ,,, Pieces fioin the clothesline postwcio giant crackers and the like-hard
south
Miami. Jensen. at Highland avenue the Wilkinson cottages for the found outside the door ho was closing enough for well )people to bear while
the Baptist.church and running west. two months expect to leave here lie thinks the wire line drew the for sick anti nervous. folks It must have
would It Cast
Several of have Before opening new streets not few days. Robert Hardeo carried lightning to Itself, and, In doing: so, been torture
Tucker returned Saturday froma our pineapple growers be well to keep those we now have in them saved the house mind his advice
Oscar been their twcntp-tlve of to Seorglana Sunday ; Is to
selling fruit for cash f. o. b. Hector .
sidewalk
order The
good ? along
three weeks' visit to Nashville and at where they preached in the Methodist anyone having wife clothes lino taste: -
here satisfactory prices.The .
\ street Is unsafe to walk on at night
ed the house
Birmingham. church. to or outhouse Js to take
rainy season with its crop of ravenous as is also the board walk on Highlandavenue It down before the next thondeistoim City Point.
J. A. McDonald spent Saturday in lot the latter
mosquitoes is pacing Its respectsto opposite the Carey comes up and fasten It to posts planted
town his to Nassau after a Please writo whenever fall to -
on way us now. especially being In bad condition owingto us you In the ground There are largo holesIn
week's visit to New Haven Conn. vehicles having been driven across receive the ADVOOATK. the where the A, S. Wlngoort! of Era Gailie. spent
The G. B. Y. club celebrated the 4th the walk loosening the boards. Pedestrians ground lightning went the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and
Lovelace left down the Into
Mrs. Birdie Monday I pouts the ground'from
on Saturday the 1st with Its usual large are compelled to use the sidewalk Mrs David Wlngood, at this place
to the months his wire clothe line.
morning spend summer
attendance and festive performances.As down It Bovine.
or risk being run by bicycles.
with friends at Flat Rock N. C. tickets sold
this
Twenty-seven wore at
a place of recreation and general maybe said that the abutting ownersare -

Messrs. Sewell expects to begin: the con- amusement, the club is at the top of the compelled to keep the sidewalks In Messrs. N." E. Klnniard: and Ace Win- Daytona. place for Tllusvlllo on the FoUl tho

struction of a handsome brick building: list. repair but In that case the Town Council gate were visiting J. O. Simmons on Those who attended the celebration at
on 12th street In about two weeks. should see that the work Is done. -
Archdeacon B. F. Brown held service Sunday. Tl usvllle on tho Fourth report a very .
The Masons celebrated St. JOIIII'IDay
Rev. B. F. Blackburn of the Southern at the Waveland church on the 2nd. Inst. pleasant day's visit .
We have at last had In due form.
Methodist church left Monday for a It is quite unfortunate that hls chinch jJJT-We would esteem the favor if our some very good
short visit to relatives at Oxford, Oa. is located at such an Inaccessablo dis readers when writing or calling: upon showers of rain this week. Potato The colored Masons laid the cornerstone A, N Mat hois visited Cocoa Thursyay

tance. There are many of our burg who our advertisers to purchase merchandise planting comes next. of their hall In Wayoross. A on business
John Townley has gone: for a month'srest cannot attend on that account. would mention the ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs Hunter of'Ojus and number of visitors woteln attendance
etc., ,
to his old home at Versailles, Mo., W. I). Homo Is bi charge of J. It.Mather. .
where his brother Tom, has been for R. R. Ricou is building a substantialdock Miss Mary Tuten of Arteslu are visitingat and they had "quite) anocenslon"asOtto .' mercantile business during his
the hom of Mr. and Mrs R. B. Stew or them obseived.S. .
some time. to be used in his fish business. Fort Pierce. absence.
John Miller Eden is doing the work. art this week. II, Hove writes from Nsssau thatthuyareto
Mrs. J. W. Johnson and family sailedon Mr. Ricou has moved down, having rented All was agreeably surprised to see Mr. celebrate thu ever glorious The holiness hand, are expected to

the steamship Miami Monday, for a the residence of G. E. Coon until he Miss Mabel Allen and mother left for Locke home, Thursday night. Ills brother there In great style hold morning arid afternoon services at

month's visit to her husband at Key can build later on. He will also plant Orlando last Monday for a few months' Frank, came homo with him and the City Point hall, Sunday: July ttth.
West. two acres of land In pineapples this visit. left Monday via Savage: to his homo near Molllu Bennett a young colored :' The noon Intermission will be occupiedby
woman, died very suddenly) In waycross a basket dinner,
Rev. X. B. Fuller and wife, arrived summer. We have had some heavy; rains here Pine, Cattee. on Sunday: night. I .
Thursday night, to make their home J. L. Jensen has let the contract to the last few days which has made the -- -
among us. Rev. Fuller comes recom- R. 1'1. Maley will remain In his old I f
for rental .
build three cottages PUI'poses.Mr. mosquitoes quite lively
mended as one of Florida's ablest Epis- Georgiana. place I In tho Baluom; block and net
of Eden has the contract. THY
copal divines.W. Phillips Rev. Lane held services here last Sun move Into the store vacated by E. '1', .*/ *..
the order of the day
Improvements are day at the Methodist church to large Conrad & Co., as reported..
M. Bardine and family left Sunday with us and Jensen is steadily moving congregations both morning and even- Mr. Wernlng went to Cocoa on the
with relatives to the front Later on we will have W. G. Mendenhall( and wife have
to spend. some time Ing. train and back Monday; qn a business. gone "
at Coonwar, Miss. It is the old homeof something more to say of Jensen and its to Colorado In hopes that Mr. Menden- 4 CROWN":
Mr. Burdine which he has not visited location surroundings, etc., in an articIA There was a dance at the hall Monday trip.Dr. hall's hCllth11\ bo benefited by the V if
before.in ten years. especially devoted to the subject. evening as a farewell dance to Miss Chambers .shipped 21 crates of change. .
Clara Nolle and Mary Summerlin. Quitea his line plntz"pplesSaturday./: Successto
Quite a number pf Miami people took If It Is not out of order we would number were present. doctor. M. L. Smith putting up a building/
advantage of the excursion-rates to visit suggest that the Sunday school changeits you next tho Boston Barber shop which ;}
Palm Beach and Titusville on the 4th. time of service from morning to the Miss Clara Nolle left for Titusville Mr. We they went to Cocoa Saturdayon will be occupied by T F. Curtis as an .Butter. ,

All nportaglorioustimeand splendid entertainment afternoon as it is impossible for manyto :Monday after spending a very pleasant the Spartan. Ice cream saloon. .
their Among get out in the forenoon who generallyhave week with Mrs. Harbin. We hated to
during stay. Mrs. Black from Ocean
was over The beach Is filling up with summer
others who spent the day away were the afternoon unoccupied. No one see her leave as she had made herself Saturday visiting her daughter, Mrs. visitors. No danger of starving over and will have '

Frank T. Budge W. S. Graham and likes to hustle around on Sunday: morn- very popular. Flora Wittfeld. I there with such a crop of turtle eggs as you ,
their families. ing after breakfast And get the house Last evening there was a whist this
Friday wo are having season.
attend school and "Auntie Hughes" Is still on the sick :
work Sunday
C. L. Xamanies* has purchased the en- over heat of the to party at the residence of R. I.. Alder list. Some days better and some days
return in the day get man. Quite H number of our young A case of cruelty to children lire- THE ,;
tire
stock of the store from Mr. BEST
Estes of S1. Augustine Surprise and will hereafter dinner. By a change to afternoon a folks were there. All reported a most not so well again. 'ported as existing In the burg. The
would be assured.
larger attendance matter should be Investigated and If
White ,
have complete control of the busi enjoyable time. Mrs. spent Wednesday very
with her M... guilty\ the parties should be puulshcd
Agricultural pleasantly daughter
Experimental
ness. Mr. Xamanies Is visit to The Lake City
now on a There was a box party at the residence
hand Bower and granddaughter Miss Hattle. to the extremity of the law. The Elgin Butter Co.
relatives in St. Augustine, but will return Station is trying its on pineapple of Frank Depuw Saturday for the benefit ,

in a few das with his wife, who culture at this place having In of the Methodist church. Owing to Mesdames Hall and Fish and Mr Justice Hough had a case before himon OF FLORIDA,
has been spending the last two months charge a plot of pines of T. V. Mooro'll.upon the Inclemency of the weather there were Ulrich were calling on Mrs. Jugh( Friday of 1& '1I011llUil naturo. Peter ,

with her mother there. which they are testing various not very many present. Wednesday afternoon. Harrison wa accused of attempting Jacksonville, Florida.
kinds of fertilizers. This informationwill I on Mrs J. J. Brown. He 1( wan
The firemen's ball given at the Miami \ be of material benefit to the growers. The Fourth was duly celebrated here J. W. Bruner went with F. W. Mun- rare bound over under bond of .."N'). Tie 5yWholesale only.
hotel, Thursday evening was a grand Mr. Moore particularly will\ have by a picnic at the school house. The son to Cocoa In his sailboat Friday They
success In The dining room detailed children appropriate recitations bad good sailing breeze. ----.. -- -- .. _. .
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and office were beautifully decoratedwith but and of the elder people made
information on the subject; as an some James Tuttle and
Messrs Captain
Cory
palms and flowers for the occasion. experienced map in the business who speeches suitable to the occasion. i
from forth last
Angel were over
The hose and the companies in their gay uniforms raises some of the choicest pines on the Quite a contingent took.in the Fourthat week 'I'helatter brought over a wagon The Monarch of is
colored dainty costumes much Strength
many doubt If there Is room
of the'ladles completed a veryI'retty river we there. Tltusvllle, among them your humble load of watermelons for salo. ,
for Imprsvement arrived few minutes
train
scribe. The
a
scene. The grand march was led Mrs. Taylor went with Mr. Wernlng
by> Chief Chas. Garthside and Miss Katherine )past nine o'clock which gave ample time the mail carrier across the river Wednesday .
the ADVOCATK an order for any the excursionists to .take in the
[rSend for
Hahn, followed by about thirty for a' two weeks' visit with Mrs
job printing need.] amusements from the start. After the
you
tuples. Dancing was kept up until a C. B. Magruder at South Rockledge, LION'CFEEO
late hour as everyone seemed to be havn grand parade and gun shoot a free lunch and Mrs. Naylor, at Bonaventure.
served to who chose to .
< was every person
; a amounted
time. The proceeds
to about merry fifty dollars which will be Eau Gallie. partake. Great credit I Is duo J, O. Walton Quite a number of our people went to .
need to and his efficient corps of lady assist Tlluavllle uu the Glorious Fourth-J
the uniforms.
pay-for new -
ants. The whole affair from beginning W. Bruner Charles Wernlng and 'In. ;;;;; i
The Lizzie Lee took a jolly party to to end was a grand success Many thanks land Baldwin; Mrs Bower and the 1

Melbourne Tuesday afternoon guests of were accorded to the ingenlus and able Mimics Myrtle Baldwin Ilattle Bower '

Banyan.County J. E. M. Hodgbou and Miss Hodgson. Mr. McKarland. I think the pink paper and Eva: Owen. As It was the latter's

II. U. Hodgson leaves; Saturday for a deserves great credit, as It worked baid birthday It is hoped she enjoyed the :

surveyor J. O. Fries was Inspecting trip to New Yprk Intending to be gone to make the Fourth success. We are, celebration\ of It very much. It was I

roads here last week. a month or so. J. Kingan Hodgson accompanies however sorry the elephant was not also "Uncle HughleV. birthday, and he .. .
him. trotted out. had tie stars and stripes unfurled to 1. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Casper and C. II. the breeze-at aunt Ice, and lowered themat a. -{ r 1 _.. 1!

Casper spent Sunday In Banyan. Geo. F. Ensey returned Monday from : J- Subscriber your attention Is drawn sundown In army regulation style (A1ISOMJTBLY .'IIUIC.) ..j
where he Is employed on
W. Cozart visited Banyan last week. Egmont Key work. He will spend) a two in the name-and-date slip pasted upon The holiness band from Cocoa came Its strength corned from Its purity. It Is all puro coffee, ,

F. A. Houstsn and J. T. Snell of Bovine government weeks' vacation with his family at Trop- your paper or wrapper. If you are ID over Sunday afternoon and held ser freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages. J

were in our burgh on Sunday.The lo before returning to his duties. arrears, please remit. vices. There were about itO: of them. Each pack go will make 40 cups. The pack. !
Capt. Bob Hardee and his father, Allan ago Is sealed at tho Mills so that tho aroma Is never i
drought Is broken at last, copious R. Porson Paddlson left here last Hardee. brought them over In their weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable ,

bowers, every day for a week. Saturday on a four months' vacation Rockledge.Capt. sailboats. The weather was very unfavorable strength. It Is aluxury within tho roach of alt.{ !

One of Fred Houston's dogs broke the his place In the lumber yard of G. F. as It' rained nearly all the Premium List In every package.Cut l

ecord recently by catching an 8ft. alligator Paddlson being filled by Gus Wlngood visit Bob Hardee was teen on our afternoon; but they had a good crowd out your Llon'e Head and get :
of City Point. Mr. Paddison will streets one day last week. out to hear them. Some were pleased valuable premium free.
his parents at Wilmington X. C., and criticised their novel mode of ; ,
and .
some doi. not hne I.loo Onffn In bra itor
will take a short term of business college Lawson Magrudei hft Friday for Oak all that the end hi* .W. and aiidr..M lt
and
-Do you want to buy or sell property'n before returning.Mr. 11111 on a visit to his brother II. J, rain worship prevented, the were band sorry from staving If your Grocer I,,a/., plan It oa ..!. CII.,.. Pu DOt ate.yta

'' Indian River ? If you do, write the Magruder.Miss services. At long YuuLBUN'SPICE CO.. Tulwlo Ohio,
Mr. and and holding evening
I ndian River Real Estate Titus- and Mrs. G. F. Paddison
'ille' Fla See page 4. Agency, e Mrs. Geo. G. Gleason: H. R. Olmstead, Alice heats of QuIncy, U ex as they do good everyone bids them I ..





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f r' SUCCESSFUL and not believe the like" in, the the clover mixed tea food Is given the cake the Florid East Coast Ry. Florida Central l & Peninsular Railroad

t' 0 EVERY who raises fruits, chicks for their drink.
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Practice proves it that the percentageof
t vegetables, berries or loss in less in yards when the cbicka TIME TABLE N0. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE 11. 1m.
Time Table 'D Effect June 11. 1899.s .
r grain knows by experiencethe are fed on the uncocked grain on oatmeal SOt m BOUND IaDowIs), NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
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the siftings of the table cornmeal,

importance of having a cracked corn, wheat and the like from R 39,. Datl1 No STATIONS D Jy No Dail 82,. .tII --=
the beginning.-Philadelphia Ledger. ,ac I E.uu S ; .:; ':; .:; : -. !;> .:: .:. I. .:.
"J large percentage ofPotash :: / p P2rs 1'e...... ..... ..JlIkltOn11l1e..Arrlye "fiip lbbii "' ::= gi! ::= gA: yG 4: ;; S' NORTHER i POLVTB. :;; ';; :;; R t:; !fii. -oj:

Boll For ..... r e1Spi0 Arrty................Kt.AulrUlltln..Le.y. e20p .,. a' Y : = !._ 1:1 O 1:1 = !
Dry II. ho.
M aalp"OBlla ............... ...,.......... 116p 1140& G1o:= -!. "i-. :--- -
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No matter what kind of floor the S e a7pi111t'a ... ..... ..... .. Ha"tinStt .. .......... ......i lave p80 II oia : r a Y4ta 30a .. .. 8 1451)p LY Ly.Tttner111e 8t. Augulltlne Ar ...... .1030a43)p. 3 flOp: -

henhouse has it should have a covering N IRp'11': ArHv .. ... ... .........Palatka ........ ... ... svej!p 8 20a d0S : ... ...... ... .. :zna.... 74piv.Jackaonville..Ar.. ... !lOa ..... .740p 910a520p '
early in falj of dry loam to 345Q .f111n iA-.1'e.. ......... .. .. Palatka..Arrlye 910, .. ... .... .. II/IOa. ... l12l>pLv..Ynlee..Ar ..... 11111&..... 8MI' $ ltaSlop' ..
and bold the co as receive Ii sit:.. .... Arrive ... .. .... ...... an M.I"" .. ...... ...Leave .. .... a/,. : . : ... liar.. ... 1l00p Ar..FernaD.Un..Ly ........... 730& ... 81111' 73oa
excrement as it falls o .. ... .... 9atipAr..Everett..Ar. 6rea.\ .. "
from the birds the It should = ,I i ve. ...... ........ .. sn Mat 'o.........AMve 9861 ..... 1)0 .. ... .7lop,1930a. .... .... .. 1131\& .... ..... Ar..Brunwick.L1..... 530& .....' 4001'5'OJI '84Qa" ?
r on rooft.! CI. gr.I.ay............... !:aHt Palatka..Leave T p ufa Z .. ... .... ...... 12271' .. ...' I1I1Op Ar..Savannab..Lv ...... 64.'ia .,.... 30'ip .
his fertilizers. If ,the ( be deep enough ro that with a garden Pc p : : hip .. .................Ormond:................. 847ph 713& p 0 ... ...... a nap 12 adp..... 1119a Lv. Savannah. .. .Ar ....., 501atl4l\a 2MI' .'. ...
in er- rake the excrement and soil be h 5 trip ................ .Daytona ............. 8 asp v Ole 1 ... ... .. amp 220p..... IMaAt.Fairfaz,8.C.Lv.... .. Sm em12Ma. .
.. may ex.1n: .ISp .............. Port Orange........... ... 8 :Zap! Sala; 242& .Denmark.80 \ ..
tilizcr is too low in Potash the mixed together, thus keeping a clean oS.. : p ................New 8myma................ 300p lOOa ..
I and sweet surface. In thiS' as the ON. : 2tp ..............' Oak mu ................ '. : 1106& AwRw 9m1)
harvest is be small and' WilY .................TttuJlYllle ................. 145p 68Ua f':= : :
sure to manure decomposes, all the ammonia is i, 0.. ..7 IIIp .................<'t Poln&................ 115p ... 0.. .. .. ...... .. .. ...... ..... 1401) Allhevllle..C. ...... 20111'! ...... .... ....
absorbed by the soil, and a valuable i III ......u... ...C.-.aa......,.......... lop ..... Z ....... ...... .."... .... 900& :: Charlotte. N. C. :: .. 10 top .... 815a .
of inferior quality. very ex: 1) .............RIM'klf'dI............ 'a l04p .... .... .. ..... ...::10"p :.. ...1047, 8aUsbnry.N.C.II ...... 821'.1' ...... 8" a..o >
manure is made.It is well while o .. .. .,...............F..n Hallie................. 128Sp..... .. .. .. ...... ;..... .I121p.....1210p"OreensboroN.C" ,... .. T20p... .. 63na123na ..
the weather is fine to secure several w Ifof j4 ... ..............}I lelbnnrna................. ? 122-4p.... rM .... .. .... .... ... 1301' Danville ya. ." ...... 80ip ...... 4U5a p.. ..
about the (ertlllnBor
$' ,., Our books tell proper ,q ,ac '_ STp .................Raw land. ................ 114Xft ..... iii rJI .. .... ... .. ... .. 6c0. .. .. 82.)1' Rlchmond.Ya. ". ..... 1200n ......
'' '" ( all crops, and we will gladly send them barrels of this dry dust so as to use! saccessively k4:! .. blp .................8fob..Ulln.. ............... 114:13.. s.9e .. .. .. ...... .. .... 245x...... 32.p Lynchbnrjl. Ya. If ... ... 3Ip/ .. ... 2661) .: ..
f \ farmer during the winter. Ordinaryroad p ..................Nt. Licle..1. 1065A ...... rn't:: ...... .... :...., 4r.oa .... 52/11' II Charlottesville ...... 21111' ... .122:1& .. '
I /ree jo any iii l5p ?, .......... ......Fort PIerce................. 104Ha i ...... ...... .. .... 7Ma ..... 11MI' 'Vl.8hlnllton .. .. 1114.. .. .
92OJ1.
duet is best taking/ care not to get to .............. .... Eden.................... ? 10061fo4. \ r p: ... ..... .... .. 912& .... 1125p Baltimore ... 1142& .. .?... 7Mp. ....
,OERTUN KALI WORKS dtcnes with it. and selecting the dust 0 '1: .'" 0"1' ................... Jenwti................ 1000a'Zoc .... .. .. .. .. ...... 11 ata ... 2M" 'hlladplphla ..... 720& ..... 52'4 ....
93 N..MU St., New York. # () M lll\Op\ ..................Stuart ................... If II50ft 2Ij I...... .... ...... 20:11': ...... 823a" New York II ......12111a ...... 2001' ..,'."..
s,. from ranch traveled road, where there < Dally 7211p ...............H..M i4onnd................ 1I.11a flatly b .. .... ... ... .. .... 9001" ." .. 3001 "... ..Boston. ....." ... .. 600p ...... 500a.. .. ::::
will) be more or less horse excrement o FTn 7 BlIp ..,............West luplt..r............. 907aKz.n Q
mixed with it. Cared for U rT1t: 8111y ............West Palm Beach.. .......... 8ma fniii) 820\: .. ... .... .... 745p Lv .JacksonYIUo. Ar ...... ...... ....... I 9In'7j2
** thus most 124a Sap: ..................Boynton.......:... .. ..... 8ta1026p en loan .. .... ..... .. ... 96.)1) Ar.... EYerett..Lv ...... ....... .... .. 640&
THE DORKINGS. of the hen manure will) be in spring a y 1.9a 84ja .. ....... .Delray.. ..............., 767a10Up02a y 4411p ...... ... ... .. .... ao5al ,... Atlanta. ... .. ... .... ...... 11 top 5trro
fine mixed with road duet.Bv / 987p ..............Fort Lauderdale.............. 70ja 7.5p 04 T20p ..... .. ... ...... 925a ..Chattanoo.. '. ../... ..... ...... j 6'OJI l3q.
dry powder OHIIIIO .....1....... Lrm..nClty.... ........... e24a 6Mp Z .. .. .. .... ...... ..... 7101'1" ...Clnclnnatl:.. .. .. ...... ...... .. ..
,; Fowl Thill Are 811'co..lnll nred adding potash and phosphate to this II ff.aIOIIJ, !> Arrive. ............. ....Miami.... .. ......... .... 6158 680nn l'1itPT1'MLN '
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mid Are! Very foimlnr In KiiKlnnil.JThese mixture it will be made one of the I > K\V M1YUXA ANI) OKAMJK CITY JUNCTIOY.No No. M makes connection for Brunswick arriving nmnswlck 11.35a." m.

V fowl, nre re-eniinently English most effective fertilizers for any kind 1 0.8 For New Orleans, trait leaven JaekllOnvllle 9:20 a. m.. with thronjPh; aleepp, IIr
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II( No. 2 No. riving New Orleans 7:40: a. m. lJy through!; sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from
't: nnd take th. it name from the old of crop. It is an especially good manureto 8i16p 10T iLy., ...... .. ... .......N..w myma.: ........ .............Ar 11GSpaa' leans 7:2:1: p. m. Jew Or
: fashioned! town of Dorking in Surrey drop in hills of corn or potatoes 811 1p ............ ............... Lake Helen ................,. ....;.. .Lv 1210p 4 fOp SLEEPING CAR 8ERVICE.
40.1) 1121.1" .. ... .. ........ ..... .Oran e City. ...... ................... .. 1200u 424p INos.
: which is the great center of their pro mixing it with the soil so as to fertilizethe 4000 .... .... .. .: '..Orange GirT Jul'.ll'tI..n...... ......,....... 11 /),';14 151) .M and 38 Fast" Mall Sleepers between New York and Jack onvl11e. and the Cincinnati
duction. DurkiuKH/ are fine handsome whole. _All train betwCt'n New' myrna aDd Orange City Junctton Dully eXl'cpt Sunday Sleeper via Allheyllle.011.33 .
: \ and M carry thronoh: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with
bird of much avoirdupois, Bome of the Ib.TwhkN Ill U VIJ.L"D: :'ANP.RI 8 anti 13 and 7 anti H with Pullman Sleepers between JacksonYllle and Tampa
SHORT NEWS STORIES.Bear No.36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
111 t STATIONS. NoTIa7UuaLv Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville No. 37.

.. . ,... .. .. .. .Titnuvllle.............. ._............... ..Ar l2P All hal tgage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets "" br still be sold at the city ticket
r 4 Tamer to the Queen-Klpllnsr a* a 7 ll-a, .................................... Mime......-.................,.....;.......Lv 112p office.202! Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket oftlce.
82 a .". ...................,................oxteenEnterprise... .................................... .. 1167a118&a L. A. SnIP IAN. A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT Die.Pau. Agt.. 202 W
:,'. Fighting Editor-Germ of Sherlock 8 KM< ...............r............... ..... .... ................................ Bar 8t.
Holme. 90 ia, .........M................ .EntorpriHe Junction.......... .:................ 112 A. O. MaCDONELL, Gen. PallII. Agent
/ 980, Ar...... ... ... ......... ...... .. an ford.... ... ... .... .. ...: ..... .."., .. ... 11 flux q.
y/y/41I i 1Y. During the recent visit of Queen Victoria All tiaiiis between Tituavillo and Sanford Dally except Sunday. ,

to Balmoral, !pays the Cbronlkder

,. ., Zeit the queen was taking a drive with KEY WEST AND HAVANA. .J.fb

her grandsons, the yonng princes of Than steamers of the Florida East Oo""t Steamship Company are appointed to soil u followlit..W.II' -

Dattenberg when nearing the gates of f, From Miami. 11:110 p. m. Tuesdays and 'ridays. Arrive Key 3outheriiRailway.

the park, they beheld a bear tamer witha "City\V III"of to and Key with West eteAmer.1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and iaturdltyll.: Train. 33 connects

huge animal standing in the road evidently from K"v..tot From Key West 3:30p. m. Wedne'ld"ys and Saturdays. Arrive
waiting for the approach of the J'r"ct' Miami 63OLm.Thursday.and ulltlays. connectlnl( with train 78. .

royal carriage. Steamship "310. From Miami 6 a. m. Mondays and Thuradaya Arrive Key
e ,. Persuaded by the children, the queen West T p. m. Mondays and Tbursdays. Leave Key: West 9 p. m.
ordered the ami"-IIMvaD. same days. Arrive HAvaDA 6 L m. Tuesltays and Fridar.1I.:
carriage stopped and watched
From HAvana. sailing direct for Miami 11 L m. Tuesdays Excellent Service Out of Florida.
with much pleasure the performanceof sad Key W..at.anti FridayS withArrive; IAml 6 a. m. Wednesdays and Satnrd.ye
the bear. She sent the footman: witha tonnectinK .If.

BILVRR OKAY PORK1NO COCK.roofters :. sovereign to hand to the tamer, who These Time TablulIlI OW the times at which trains and boats may be expected to.rrt Y..8
depart from the NORTH EAST
several station and WEST.
but
ports their arrival
or departure the
at tines
going/ up to 14 pounds in refused to accept the money and askedif Stated U not guaranteed nor doe the Company.: hold itself reHpontiible for any delay. or any ,
weight and in tenderness, and snccn- her majesty would condescend to give eo&wtqnencea arising therefrom.
For of local time card call at 230 West .
copy Bay Street Jacksonville address '
x' 'fence there is' no fowl to equal them. him tome sort of note as a proof that J. P. BECKWITH Traffic Manager. J. RAHKEB .
A. G. P. A
Ii: color they vary. from white to silver his hear had had the distinguished honor St. Augnstlne.y ___ _.. _ THROUGH PULLMAN DBA WING ROOM CARS, THOROUGHFARE
gray: and dark, but In nil, the akin is of having danced before the graciouseyes '

white and no are their legs two necessary of her majesty.! COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.

n' ., desiderata for the table and a peculiarity The queen hesitated! to grant this .

; in all Dorkings- that they rather impudent request, but the children NEW. YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS. .

prevailed upon her to accede to \ Through Vestlbuled Dmwing-Room
i) Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New York,
the tamer's wish. _via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia without change. .
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"Why not do it ?" crgued litte! _
Prince Henry "Was there not a horse "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

made consul in Rome" Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York
"Well tell the via bavaunah> and Columbia..
me name of the emperor Eg
who committed such folly" said

the queen "and the bear shall gain r. 09 N Embracing Lynchburg:, Charlottesville, .

recognition." Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

The prince named withoutthe
Caligula
Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon
Atlanta
Chattanooga and
oN Cincinnati.
slightest hesitation.The I
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same evening .fl letter bearing '
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c ., the royal seal was delivered to the bear w lfr Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
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tamer in which the title; "Dear Leader "s, Cyrh Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the

of Her :Ms jest the'Qneen of, England qNCSf 1\

and Ireland Empress of India" "LAND OF THE SKY.'
miZK BII.VKK GRAY DORKINO IIKK. was! conferred upon the happiest of animal -

{ Have five toes on each foot, without teachers. Daily Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.

which none are genuine. The pictures
', of :Mr, Reeves' birds show some big I' Kipling a* a Fighting Editor..' I For detailed'Information
aa to rates, schedules,
sleeping oar reservations, eta, to
prize winners big in two senses for Among Kipling's early journalistic I! \ ,r any agent of the SOUTHERN: RAILWAY or ltd conuecUoua. apply

tbey have won many prizes and are experiences was his involuntary assumption t .

monsters of their kind. :Mr. Reeves has "for this occasion only" of Tl
: the R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
scores of these fowls. lole of the fighting editor says Lit. ,
I erature. lIe was ebsentially a man of t4 J. M. GULP W A, TURK, S. H. HAEDWIOK,
and would a: Traffic Manager, Gen. Pawn. Aet..
Aunt. Geu.
Color of the Shell. peace always prefer making Washington D. C. Washington D. C.' AUanfa/Ga./

.I Where the fancy of the buyers is fore April 10, 1890.MALLORY.
brown shelled egg either the Whiter

Wyandotte! Langsbans or Rhode Island Tri-Wcekly .Sailings .
Reds should fill the demand very well iii- % -

L jflhey do not prove too dark. Some of _
them are a very dark brown although r STEAMSHIP .LINE.,
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
;i there will always be a difference between 0 IMF

different strains though each
4 Florida New York
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t may be thought as blooded the
pure na 't /r (Calling at Charleston' C., both ways)
other and also between different fowl : : I Phlladelphlaand, Boston.

in the same lot though be From nrnnswlck (direct), to New York.
they
I, own sisters. The Plymouth Hocks may are l 1 I The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service : :, : ti PASSENGER SERVICE.

not so dark but usually average a lit i 1, To make connections with steamer, leave Jacksonville
'tie darker than the Brahma and on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernandlna and "Gov.Saffonl
we i (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6-30)).m. Pinner en
( think quite as heavy, though not look- ; route Or, via all rail luvlnjlJackaonvllle 4:30: p. rn. (l- C.
fng & 1'.), via' Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Brunswick 8.41;
BO large. / / The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. p. m. 1'wftengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer
Where the demand is as it is in New ;,

York market, for a white hfIlelegg., / 1-1 Direct Service Between PROPOSED SAILINOS

it will be found that the White
Leghorns Lv.New York, Pier 21 K. R.,-OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Bruns*Ick.
: white enough and Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points
+ are probably Friday May 26..... ........ .?....... ,RIO GRANDE... .......................ELldayi Ju"8
as large as the eggs of larger breeds. Friday: June a.... ........ ? ............ .COLORADO ...... ... ...............Friday, 9
The Minorcas are also very white but (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Friday, '. 9.. .. ........... ........ RIO GRANDE......... ........... .....Friday, III
Friday. 10....,.............,. ...... .COLORADO ..... .........,........Friday, Z3
finch as we have seen were not large.In SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS : Friday, 23..... ... ....'....,.....RIO GRANDE....,.. ..,.. .. ...........Friday, 30
this respect they do not to be
,' to seem Southbound....,.................,. ......,................ ............from Lewis Wharf, Boston For general Information,steamers trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or to
equal the Black Spanish We do not EJECTING THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Northbound..........,...........,.. .................. from toot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville IIAd1L GILL, A. A.,2aow.: Bay St.Jacksonville.
consider that color of the shell 1 is .
any an angry man laugh to fighting with I H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern A cent, Brunswick Ga.
indicaticn of the quality of the egg. him. but one day there called at the .
i) C. H.MALLORY General Agent Pier 80, E. River and 385 Broadway N.Y.HOMESEEEEBS .
but where one Is. in the business for office a very I fnrious photographer.What .

profit in eggs like many other things, the paper may have said about Clyde's St. Johns River Line. .

it i is less trouble to rrodnce what the him or his photographs has been forgot.

market calls for than to convince the ten but never will thorn who witnessed] UETWEEN-.JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

buyers that they want just what you it forget the rough and tumble nil over Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River

have to sell.-Massachusetts Plough- the floor, in which Kipling and he In. STEAMER .. ... .... ,
,ill an. dulged. The libel or whatever it was "
which had infuriated the "D. MUKCIIISONCAPT. I .
Cat Clover and Clover Me.!. photographer W. A. SHAW.Lave ,
was not Kipling's work but the
Two things have latterly come into was forced him and. although quarrel Jacksonville 5:00: p. in., Tuesdays and Saturday Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a
poultry keeping commercially that old upon Leave Sanford S:00 a. m., Mondays and ThurcUyt.;
he was handicapped by his spectacle
fanciers hardly recognized the worth
of theFlorida
copy
'of-namely, clover meal. .cut and smaller stature be made a very
and that chickens are carnivorous or clover rather fine draw of it, and then the photographer Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

than grain eaters ; that they must -who, It may be remarked was

have meat if they to very drank-was ejected. And Kipling W, H. WARBURTON, T. P. A.. I r. M.IRONMONGER,JR., Fla.Pus. Ant. East Coast Homeseeker.
are make eggs. his 5 Bowling GreenNew York. 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
wiped glasses sad buttoned his ,
Clover meal hag been in the market only col C. P. LOVELL, Asst.)'1.. Bunt.. JOHN L. HOWARD Superintendent..JacklOnym..I'1& .
lar. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla.
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:a little while, but is being
very generallyttised. o TIIEO. G. KOKIt T. M., 5 Bowling Green, New York..
For young chicks and for lay VTM. P LYD A CO., General A.ats.
ing hens it is generally accounted a 8 Bowling Gr.....N...Yor. .t 8.. O.Uwar. AT.., Philadelphia
profitable part of the ration; Mixed Tire"True Barked. We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for

with the sand on the floor of the brood- And now said the horticulturist .

ers is one way of using\ it. Another is as he ealliud out into his orchard with JOB PRINTINGOF: : Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in the United States.
'' his knives" grafting wax and the other
to soak it, make a'tea of it and then
thicken implement of hilt calling ready for use Apply to
with meal until all of the moisture
"I will take share of the white
up my
is absorbed t or, soaked in water "
ALL KINDS JAS. E.
man's buddin INGRAHAM Land Commissioner
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8nd.tlClut'ezt'lt dry, using the tea for mixing ,
weal And naught was. heard in response .t-
a cake of baked several boars
save the deep voiced bark of the tre a.- Executed at theADVOCATE ; FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
in slow 'who "
a oven ; or, with thoae do "
Chicago Tribune. "
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CaptAIn Coshtan's First Pri.A LostPr says
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ATLANTA GA. The Colonnades.S>:SEABREEZE FLA. .ld nt-Drt Hrt, LOT my partsof -
the world, for the 'last ten years, I
of Luxury. have, met, more people having used
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Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased l thl popular homo, which will remain Though gallant Joseph D. Coghlan of remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver

open| all summer. Surf lu; thing, Ocean pier, tine tailing, shade trees, etc. the Raleigh has just romp home from a and stomach, and for constipation. I find

i 1 as",4 a r.N Terms reasonable Bus meets all tralns'al D.ijtotu: Station. victorious campaign, there can bo no for total lsis and salesmen, or for per
I1EKUEKT I;. SMITH, Lowe sons Illllng ullioe p..i>ll ions, where head
doubt, says the Chicago Tribune, that
aches mud general had| feelings) rrl1Ir.-
8i years ago, after a long/ siege, 11t1 won regular' habits exist, 1 that; Orrrn's' August

NEW: HOUSE, n victory tfhich Is still dearer to him Flower IN n gi.tnd It IIIttl). It dma not
Beach House than any other. Injure tbo 11'11111l1y ficqurnt; UMnnd"
; NEW; FURNITURE.Sea .
Is excellent for sour stomachs and I lit II.jr"tlon. -
leave of absence and
Coghlan was on ."
i lE S.imptf" biXtlrs free At F S.
Breeze avenue; one minute from neH; h. TuMo fhst-class. Sea Food a had gone down to Term ](ante, Ind. Ch.llTro'a drug stole, Tit usrllle, r'l.i.. or
specialty. Day, $1.50; Liberal weekly tcitns. Address to visit the family of Colon! Philip J, 1'. Coopci's drug Moir'' Cocoa M.i! ,

(l. W. SCHUYLEH, Fonko, then congressman from tho Mold by dealers In"nil rlvill7ed\ ooiaitilcn.

Belleville (Ills." ) district Colonel 1
Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla. Fonke's two daughters were attendingSt. Colonel Hiram M 1. liked! .oe, wholia*

---v------- -- --- --- -- I died In Kansas tho
Agnes' seminary at Terre Haute Just City, was; commander
TITUS VI LLi:. of tho famous lUiidnou lit
and Mrs. Foitke was at tho hotel in brtety

--- -. Terre Haute in order to lfl with them, I the civil war

!, N INLIAN:: : : RIVER: : : : :HOTEL, Coghlan had Wen brought up in Colonel I i a
Fouko's family and was sent ta iI A 1'rlulilfiil Itlunilcr

+ 'tirl,rr TITUSVILLE, Annapolis, him. I

At the hotel Coghlan met some of the Will often Caruso lioiilble' bum, scald,
; INDIAN RIVERN
,. young men from Terre Haute, They cut or biulMo.. HIII'kl"II'1I111111 salts, ,
i.--- s FLORIDA. iMed! him to attend their dancing club.He tin best In the world \\I1IVIII the pain:

went and struck his colors before and piomptly heal It, ('men niil sores,

4- t the first glance from tho eyes of Mix fc\ei suits, iilfvif, bulls, felon. rains,

4'J.. G. BAST Proprietor Julia Harbour. It was n case of love at all skin eruptions. Kent pile onio on
tnu' Hi. Only :as: itt.taitlox. Cure ininrnntrvd. -
ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. first sight. The young naval officer wasSo Sold by F. S. ChiiiTec, Drug
HOTEL
badly hit that he went to Miss llnr- gist
The Palace Hotel of the South. ,v f'f (+ The hotel fronta on the bour's esccrt and begged/ him to give

I American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage/ of the best a s Ae., h ** wldosweepof bay(7( miles his. numbers on her card of dniu-es. I
f
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located only three blocks Y ; hit ti 1'' the up 111111\1111'\1' thai the INDIAN Itivrn: :
L'J]|] [ In width), formed by lint unlike Manila lit ira Harbour
from Union depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke fl rnamr >r pt t..... Indian River making It a ADvooATK: dock all kinds of job hiring
did not surrender nt the first oiiNlanglit at short notice\ r O> tail than/ an older
from trams. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelledby S l s fi e la 1 r delightful summer re.CUUI- t
any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, a sort. Constant and Coghlnn. who had intended re- and bu coiivluoi-d ll.ul It IK, that pliico to

2.50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00) per day. i nom} rTj' F( '! r '" t' .' \lut'ezcH from tho sea and maining/ Terre Hanto but a few have job i'i'i utiug iloiin.
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. a bay. Flowing sulphur days staid them all summer.! The full -_ -_. --
uwsw yr springs: Special summer term of his leave WAil taken up in layIng -
rates.Spaln.1I siege to the heart of Mltw Harbour .FREE
ATLANTA 55t? Tho men of Terre Hnnta who worn
OA.
CONSULTATIONwith
The Holland young/ men 24 yours ago remember

27-20 Auburn Avenue. Coghlsn/ still as a daring fellow, who
our homo treatment Wo are
.
Greatest Need. was even then not afraid to enter anenemy's
Roman Sninann. oft the fairest pliyKlcl.um, nml )ou get the benefit
and
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. country carry
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona; Spain, Texas bus a woman Samson: in Jen prize before bin eyes. They retail of our vxprileucf. No matter what

MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, spends his winters In Alken, S. C. Weak nie HobiiiHon, colored, of linrleson coun his. wit and his. frank habit of speech your trouble U, how dimple or how

nerves had caused severe pains In the ty. Jennie weighs 447 ponnds and baa which hits since cost' him two numbers hopcll'lI"| \vo can lo you good, and
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day.; Phone 1029. back of his head. On using Electric Bitters strength in proportion. According to In the line of promotion the lust time If wo can't we lll honestly tell you

America's greatest blood and nerve the overseer of the plantation cu which being when he said Momethlng more so. TlnMiM.imU nf ttied, weary, sick
remedy, nil pain soon left him. He says she works, she recently lifted a piece of forceful than tactful) about Piosident
lIel1ler OIl\'i1le N. and have been
C. this grand medicine is what his country Impetus people en-
machinery which five brawny negroes Cleveland. Mrs. Coghlan la n niece of
needs. All America knows that It and cured
cures .tlroly permanently by
liver and kidney trouble, purifieR the had vainly attempted to raise. Another Colonel W. E. McLean of Terre Haute I

HILLCOTE blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens story is told of her. She was riding a and U expected to visit him this sniumer COMPOUND

IIENDEIISONVILLE, N. C. I I the nerves, puts vim, vigor aDd new stubborn mustang, which refused to together with her distinguished
i life Into every muscle nerve and organof cress a bridge. Jennie dismounted, tied husband. -
the body. If weak, tired or ailing the animal's legs, threw him on her I OXYGEN
First-class accommodation for a limited, number of guests, In a country you need it. Every bottle guaranteed. shoulder, carried him across the bridge A Lost President
house, two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, Only 50 cents. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, and then continued her journey! The other day M. Lonbet, wishing for Why not take heal, again and investigate .

and beautiful scenery. Address. Druggist. a little stroll along the boulevards, this great principle. We have

II. C. Hendersonville STOKES, N. C. He Skipped A"'a qnlt'tlyldt the Elysee by a small gate, thousands of testimonials. Send for

Not a Throry. Fourteen years ago a man was warnedto without rf'portlnhhlll'llM' to any one. book on homo treatment, wonderful

Wig;: -What do you think of this work on the public road. He swore No sooner was this discovered by the. cures to tho sick, mate, free
JACKSONVILLE. theory that playing the piano produce he would die first, and skipped. The agents do In snretn, whose business it is

nervousness! other day be made his appearance at to keep watch from a discreet distanceover DRS. STARKEY &: PALEN
the residence of the old and
Wag-It's no theory. The girl next overseer the jwrson of the president, than ,
MERRITT'S said that he had been wanderer for .
a they were overcome with horror to dinouno
door to ns affects the nerves of the en- 1112: '(J I rani Ht. IMilla. Pn.It .
14 years and was tired of roaming, and ,
tire neighborhood with her playing.
if the overseer would let him off with IT feb fast)
Philadelphia Record.A .
Hotel and Restaurant one day's;} ork he was willing to tackleit. ,

IIlnt of Summer. The overseer told him he would be

MAIN STREET, I reckon that It'. com In. compelled to work as long ,ns be had
FIT the air in flvld *n street been absent and he again skipped.Ilawesville .-
VirginiaHomesYou
Hal Bomethin of the twinkle Plain Dealer.
Old Fla.
Placide Jacksonville
Of the twinkle of the heat.
But the Quorgj watermelon, folk, ----.--.----

RESTAURANT Opeu from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. Ia mighty hard to beat I II Sick Headache, Wind on 1 the Stomach, -

reckon that its oomln Dlliousness, Nausea, are quickly cured a learn all about Virginia Lands,
American and European Plans. To Hngu the corn an whont by 1fow doses of Dr. M> A. Simmons Its ICHOIIICOS, products' mode of cultivation
Florida Business Specially Desired. The weutbnr when we'd give the worl'Fer
tons of snow an sleet, Liver Medicine. prices, etc., by reading the

$250 I I j:>cts. to *2' But the Qeorgjr: watermelon folki Df. :Murray expects to have mine Virgin Far HUT. Semi lOcts.
tday } I European } 111 might hard to beat!
per jAmeiican. })cr day. Atlanta Conntitnl Ion: than half of the now English/ dlciloiiary for !II months subscription to the

published by the end of the century up Farmer Co., Kmpoilii Vu,
TALIAFERRO'S BARBER SHOP In connection with the Hotel. A Great Girl Too. .
to the middle of the letter L. The let. ---- ---- '
1 "Yes," said Mr Jones, when a certain ter thathas'glven: the English compilersthe
Choice .
young girl's name bad been mentioned greatest difficulty l is, curiously .4110 ri
New "I know her to speak! to, but / WinesLiquors
The T ra veers I Hotel t 'I net by eight." enough; the letter II. I 1 and Cigars

II Management "You mean" cnt In the prompt cor Sour Stomach Is one of the first syrnp- '
rector "yon mean that you' know her toms of a coming Itilious attack. Curo c ft Guaranteed Pure

Miss.( N. F, GARCIA, Propiietress. J. G. RICE, Manager.: by s 'ght. but not to speak to." It with a few doses of Dr, M, A, Simmons Sold at reduced

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. "Do I ," asked Mr. Jones anxiously. Liver :Medicine. IIVt price
"Of course yon dot You have Been -
JIltI'"rle.1ToluI
her so often that know who she Is, WHAT PEOPLE SAY about hood'sSarsaparllla nr ins PUOTCTon. Win
you ,
Electric Electric Bells Baths, Complete Service. Is that It when all gtp jr
Lights, cures
but have never been introduced to her cover that they had lost sight of him, if from Italy.
other remedies full. Therefore
TIlE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL, IN FLORIDA. Isn't that it?" should take Hood's Sarsaparllla in you only for a few minutes. Mounting the

tJ- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. "No, that isn't It. I never eawlier at ference to all others. per- indispensable bicycle they flew around John B. Togni,
all to know her, but I speak to her near in directions, breathlessly interrogating -
Saloon 12.1: Kant;
Metropolitan Bay Stn
ly every day. Hood's Tills cine biliousness. Mailed police and passersby as to whether

HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE- FLA. "How can that be?" for 25 cents by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell they had seen the president. Great was JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Whol .

Opposite St. James Hotel. "She is the telephone girl at the ex- ; Mass. their joy and relief when at length they le and IteUll......

change I"-New York World. perceived M. Loubet peaceably strolling .. .
It Is said that S. (1. A. ) has been --- -
2:0\
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and : t, along/ the top of the Avennedes' Champs
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- Work For m. Sleuth. barred from Ice races at Minneapolis, Klyppcs, talking/ his son, little know The Largest and ''Most Complete -
ant stay. Rates 'reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when lu Jack to his speed. Establishment South.
owing
very "Excuse uie, said the detective as Ing what storm of annnUh he had
sonville. he presented himself at the door of the ---- ralllfllln the bosoms of bUfaithful pro
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. GEO. S. HACKER &: SON
music academy, "bnt I hope you'll give Tliiit Throbbing HcadncUn tectors. ,
-- -' -. ,., me what information you have and not -

PAULO JIEAC1I. make any fuss.! Would quickly leave you, If you used. Bret HarU's LOT Hot Luxury:

"What do yon mean," was the Indignant I>r. King's New Life Tills. Thousandsof Bret Harte works away quietly In
inquiry suITurcrs. have proved their matchless London, and seems to like the town, '

Hotel "Why. that little affair, you know." merit for strong nervous Headaches. although the climate can hardly bear
Pablo rABLo-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. "I don't understand." They make pure blood and strong Heaven comparison with that of California. The

"Wby, you see, we got a tip from and build upyour( health Easy to take. effete luxury of the capital appears to ",
Try them. Only :23 cents. Money backIf ; suit him( better than the rigors of the
door that here
horse next somebody
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- the not cured. bold by K. S. CiialTee,
class bath house with !Sulphur !Shower Baths and suits for Sea Uathln,:. Bed has been murdering Wagner, and the Druggist bnckwoods.) I wa speaking, / with him :1'I

looms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21: family rooms Sx21! : ; also chief sent me down to work tip the once on this subject, and upholding the 'II
None but the rigid life Henry Thoreau had led at I
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. case. -New Orleans Tinres-Democrat.aavlatr .
finest food_ products used.. Rates, $2 per day; *7 to $10 per week. Chan. I). Keith, Coviiigton, Ky., has Walden pond as compared with the ""., : :; '

SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, him arrived at Cynthlana and taken chargeof luxnrionsvnrronndingsof many modern ".,

Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. "Why have you and Miss Gadtbwaite Abdallah Tark. )fr, Keith has with author I advocated a return to the 4MANIJFACTUIIEItS ,I

broken cfl yom engagement!" him a good stable, Including Colonel simpler,) habits of our ancestors.
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'" "liecanse she loves me so. Klpp, by Kenwood "Ve, bo said "living/ on parchedpeas
ST.-AUGUSTIXI "That's a queer reason." Mounds very flue In a book. When Doors Sash Blinds '

--- -.------ "Not at all. She believes in fortune I visited Emerson, I was astonished to ,
telling nod when she went to have her A (good: appetite find how close WoMen pond was to the !
I* essential to good) health. & Material
Hotel. she Emerson homestead and I commentedon Moulding Building :
Algonquin future ravciiltd: not long ago !! was Hood's h.im.iparllU creates an .
.
{ .. informed that fche would be married Appetite, tnv.anttbtrengthens thin. I had imagined that the pond

W AUGUSTINE FLA. three times. That settled my case, for ; the stomaih, was away out in the wilderness, miles Ofllco it Warerooms. King, opposite
r__ 4? King s"trcet.ST. the time being at least. She said she And build up. the whole/ system.It from any human habitation. Uefore Cannon Street.Charleston ,

( Refitted, newly furnished and under was determined that I should not en relieves that tired feeling and by Emerson could reply, Mrs. Emerson '
''" new management. Centrally located counter the danger of being first on the purifying and enriching the blood, it spoke up in the tone 'of a woman exposing S. C

f ( near all points of Interiwt. Large sample list."Chicago New. promptly and permanently cures all scro a humbug: 'Oh, yes, Henry took
j room for use of traveling men. Over fula eruptions, bolls, humors, pimples
and
A full good cure not to get out of bearing of Sash Weights Cord
looking Plaza and Monuments. / follow, and sores; strengthens the nerves, and ,
4 Hoseo our dinner horn,I"Hobert Barr in
view of the ocean and rolling' breakers gives tweet, refreshing sleep. No other
4 from the piazzas. Uatbs, gas, electric "It seems to toe" observed the cyni medicine has taken such hold upon the Philadelphia Post. Hardware, ?
"' bells and a perfect system of sewerage. cal partner in the firm "that a married confidence of the people Hood's. Sarsaparilla ;
t'at'ted
women ought to have great advantageover and Its record of great cures isunequalled lb. { 0 .'refs. Glass 'w
Rates: 12.00 to |J.50 per day. Special rates by tile C.week.F. COX, Proprietor. a single woman an a typewriter." by any other preparation. 110 had done his best to explain to Window and Fancy _

Open all year. "Why so'" inquired the girl at the You may tale Hood's Sarsaparllla with her all about the Apia difficulties. A SPECIALTY.Palmetto .

machine. the utmost confidence that I It will do you' "60, you see," be concluded. "Its

"Becaiua of her finger ring." good. the old story of too many cooks. Tbat'i
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. "I don't know"-and she casually the history of the whole Samoan trou Unit,* Store, Daytoim.

turned her solitaire diamond around and Whliktr r*'It. ble." -

This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It U centrally located, near where it could be neen-"J think tbs PIdai1 M i out cured,Mia al Ibtftli home. fUcuUm wild-.., "Vfs. Charley dear, It'i all as deal Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet la'
and
rostofflce, Bank and Cathedral. tingle women get the bett engage U t1 will rBI R LL .. day, except one tblng. Who U this soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery
Rooms, SOcU to $1.00 per day; |1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. ments."Chicago Tribune. p """' '' B. N wool it, '0. Bam Owen!"-Washington Star fancy toilet articles In great variety
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; INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 7, 1899.
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r- FOURTH OF JULY. In Favor tlollln College --
IROBBINS & GRAHAM S.N.. c.E1.RROZI2a: : ,
Continued from front page.
I By the will of .0 iliam II. Taylor late
*& I1"14 GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
v of Brookline, near Boston, Mass., whichwas All Kinds!
JEWELERS who had charge of this department, assisted admitted to probate on Wednesday t ...Ln., yore... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage ,
by an army of boys sent up the Rollins College, of Winter Park, Fla., is I Solicited.
I first skyrocket, and from thence onwards bequeathed $3,000.Death ; WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
for an hour or two Titusville
and the Indian River was brllllantl1l11u. of Mr*. R. 8. Smith. UNITED STATES COURTS. -=

like minated of which by a has pyrotechnic not been display seen! In, the Titusville ,i Mrs. R. S. Smith-, a resident of Titus E. :I: :..,. :seAJj: :: : Y' dzr seO.:

BENJ. W. JEROME.. In many years. at ville midnight for many on years Wednesday, died of, paralysis aged i 52 ABSTRACTS of Title Famished Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries Fruit
GRAND DAM.
years. She was buried at Titusville cemetery for Lands in Bmard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
State Representative PENNSYLVANIA The Opera house was gaily illuminated at two o'clock yesterday afternoon, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In
: IRON WORKS CO., for and decorated for the ball, which Rev. John A. Hughes, of this place officiating. Comities the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.
the Sale of JLOIE) GAS ENGINES, took place at night. It was under the Quite a number of friends of Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, }'Ia.
Marine and Stationary. management of Mr. E. L. Brady. A the departed one followed the remains -

ACETYLENE large crowd of dancers were present; but I to the grave. We have a large List
COLMAX
Selling Agent the fair sex, on this occasion, predominated
HAS MACHINES. Safest Cheapest and their pretty and picturesque
owned
of Lands by
and ItcHt light for private dwell I I costumes happy-looking countenances. Eat Coast Canal Co. Losley & :MotlowySuccessors ..-
Ing and! IILH/ell. sweet smiles and laughter added -
merry It is understood that work will\ soon be ourselves and clients.
quite a charm to the fairy-like scene. to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)
( ,
For IIIIcell, catalogues and estimates, I resumed on the completion of the Florida
There were about l.V present; but, although -
p address, the ball rather crowded all Coast Line Canal between St. Augustineand Price for unimprovedlands Rnms Gins
HEN'J. W. JEROME, was the Halifax river, says the St. Augustine Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, and Whiskies,
I the disciples of Terpsichore managed to
Uocklcdge, Fla. "trip the light fantastic" some time during correspondent of the Times-Unio $3 to $100perr Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. -
the evening. The end, however, came and Citizen. It l is also rumored that the
at 2 o'clock a. m., when those who remained company Intends to commence work on acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
1m Anheoser-Bascb Brewing Asso'ion.Fnmoiifi the canal from St. Augustine to the St.
until that hour, wended their
Johns river, by way of the I'lversand Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail

8t. Louts Keg and Mottled Beer Fourth way homewards of July ball, much of 1809.pleased!!! with the creeks that run along the coast. WE have a few Residence, Orange orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW Titusville,Fla,

fold by Met. Loftier &: Motlow, Titasylllfl, Fla. The ADVOCATE offices-gaily decorated I I Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
By Mr. .?. 1).Crahli, Comta Kla.
CHURCH SERVICES.
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. with Hag -were thronged with visitors locations. Prices Reasonable. Protect Your
from time to time during, the daya INSURANCE. FIRE

...JOSEPH ZAPF... great many of them being lady acquaintances Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ preachat Property Against ,_,
from various places along St. Gabriel's cliur-h, Titusville, on { TITUSVILLE
Indian River. They were all gladly welcomed Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and 7:30 OFFICES I 1 and MIAMI. LIGHTNING an.d. OYOLON"ES.I .
Wholesale Beer and Liquors to sanctum where they took
our o'clock
p. m. and
represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, the Mutual Life
much in our
viewing picture
pleasure
Services at Presbyterian church Sunday Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Street much-needed
West gallery etc. enjoying a
Bay ,
0. school 9:4: Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
July Sunday at : a.
rest and the etc.
parade
viewing races, ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. frpm the windows. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.;' song and East Coast Meat Market For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCHUYLER,
t' Thus ended one of the most glorious praise service at 7.10: p. m. Subject Titusville, Fla.
and entertainments "I m pedal ism."
enjoyable ever givenin
:,. Southern Home Titusville on the Fourth of July. 0. F. DUREN, Agent. .

The weather was delightful, with nota MARRIAGE'' MISS HARDEE. 1:3::
.r drop of rain during the day. C? 0o -

Mocking Bird Food o ..... .
A VOTE OF THANKS. On Sunday afternoon at five o'clock 60 -ca.: : -
Ib. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton tender I Miss Florence Ilardee, eldest daughter w \ ; The Worst Thing -You Can Drink
25cts per their thanks to the ladies and gentlemen of Senator G.S. Ilardee, of Rockledge, was era ., w
,that kindly assisted them In the married to M r. George Glngras, also of 4 phd 11: Is water, when it is impure; but pure
5lbs. for $1.00 lunch tent; also to Mr. D. D. Prltchard, Rockledge. The wedding, which was water l is absolutely essential to health, and

5"y. Fresh Every Day. who was good enough to loan cups, very quiet, took place at the home of x the only way to be sure that it is cleansed
plates, coffee pots, etc.; and Mrs. Dora the bride's sister, Mrs. George Warren C1r. I from impurities is to purify it through
ip Manufactured by Del liner and Mr. Frank Deppe for their Skelly, Janesville, Wls., Rev. A. II. Bar t
c,3p III 1 one of our superior water coolers. It
rlngton officiating. Miss Ilardee was may
kindness in loaning coffee boilers and
HENRY THOMAS ) '
roasting and boiling meats, etc. attired In a becoming costume of gray ca.: : CD.-I 0 I save your life I We have the best that is
La Villa Pharmacy, ladles' cloth, trimmed with heavy lace =- made, and in all styles and sizes
and black silk braid. After the ceremony II
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., Titusville Florida. .
JACKSONVILLE FLA. AMONG THE HOTELS. a supper was served; then Mr. i
;t.. and Mrs. Gingras took the train, for
WHKRK to stop. See list of hotels on Chicago, where they will stay for a few .
For Sale. our 4th and 7th pages. weeks. The ADVOCATE joins with the KEAR&TAYLORT ,4r*
numerous friends of the contracting
The ADVOCATE is now on file at all
c parties in tendering hearty congratulations '
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre the best hotels In New York city. to the happy pair. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
lots choice vegetable and orange lands.
Illustrated folders of the fine East ., .
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal
terms. Address, Const hotels, etc., to be given away, free, 1 li TJ.1.1.1s'VJ.1.1.e, F1.a. '
BREVARD TAX SALE. r ,
COURTLAND llUCKMAX, at the ADVOCATE office. Send two-cent i I

3 f 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. stamp to pay postage. t l : Ear Gallic Fla.
Good accommodation for the summer ,The sale of lands of the delinquenttaxes ,
season. Write to II. C. Stokes, Ilendersonvllle of 1898, for Brevard county, was And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a
"Sa III Perkins I is Dyeing N. C. Superior location. made by Tax Collector E. W. Hall. at '
the court house door, on Monday, July good share of the balance at near
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressedand Where to stop in Titusville. See hotel V, 1S09! commencing a' 12 o'clock noon. PIANOS. Grade in ace or
repaired. Dyeing all its branches ad., 7th page; and boarding houses The entire list, which had not' been I'' High the STOVE and
Old clothing made to look equal to now on 8th page, paid prior to the hour of sale, comprisingabout ;;:; % a -'

AM I orders by mail or express promptly The new Poinciana addition, at Palm {000 separate descriptions, were PIANOS... i Only Selected ,
attended to. Prices low. Work good. Beach, makes a fine appearance, and the sold, largely to the State of Florida; but GASOLINE or OIL STOVE will| make the cook room comfortable.We .
Satisfaction guaranteed.SAM outer walls are already in the painter's the individual purchases were,, much PIANOS1!'I//1 No agents to add
I'EHKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, hands. more than in previous years. ; expense. sell l'.ATEN'l'.scnEEN CLOTH at Jacksonville prices.
T--'' Titusville, Fla. The whole tax list was printed In the ,
10 years in Sanford, Fla. Manager G. Butler Smith, of Hotel ADVOCATE office, and we appreciate the Benefit Given to Customers. Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
Key West, Key West, has gone to the compliments we have received on Its ,
Profile\ house, White Mountains, for the and Still ,Write for full particulars. FURNITURE
neatness general accuracy. nr- DRY GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
: ARMSTRONG summer we must BIIY that it reflects great crediton DAVENPORT KERRISON,
DR. E. H.
The tables of Hotel Placlde, Jackson' Tax Collector E. W. Hall and daughter '
ville, were graced with a very elaborate' who prepaied the list for the Anvo- Director of Conservatory of Music, Titusville Boarding Houses.
OJPTIOIAJKT.EYE bill\ of fare on the Fourth. We acknowl- GATE with thorough correctness, neatness 310 Main St.,
f edge receipt of one from Manager Mer- I and completeness.A .
rltt, but ere we had time to take a'' fair JACKSONVILLE, FLA.3T" MRS, DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FL.\.

look at It, the bill of fare quietly disappeared Hare Opportunity.
from our office desk. Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies

At the Mount Pleasant House, White The lands of Joseph Peters, deceased, : : As an advertising medium, no cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Dataller's City Bakery Yachts, boarding houses,

Mountains, N. H., tho ADVOCATE l is Informed situated on the east side of Indian River! paper on the East Coast can beat the hotels and families supplied.BOUKNIGHT'S. .
that Improvements are being opposite Jensen, consisting of some 00) ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt.,
N. pushed rapidly, and the house opened acres, with 15 acres cleared and In good and be convinced of the pink paper'*
condition. for cultivation, with several worth. BOARDINGHOUSE TITUBVILLE, FLA.
July 1, under the management of Ander. ,
SPECIALIST.Permanently son & Price. The front wall of the din. buildings, Is in my hands for sale.
f ing room has been carried forward about This land has rented annually for the Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day.
fifteen feet, and lighted with seven nine past ten years at from $500 ,to $800 net AGENTS WA "TED.- For "The Lifo and Special rates by week or month.
located in the City of foot plate /glass. windows with transoms cash. Can give perfect titles. One of Achievements of Admiral Dewey," the world's x C. BOUKNIGUT, Proprietor.
'' the best places on Indian River. The reateat naval hero. By Murat Halatead, the
: Jacksonville the round
year carrying of delicately tinted leaded glass, makinga re-long friend and admirer of the nation's Idol.
_' the largest and most Complete Optical broad, light gallery connected with cold last winter and In former years did llfCKest and beat book; over 500 pages, 8zlu: ;
very little or no damage. Apply at once Inches nearly 100 pages naif tone lliuittratlona.
the ;
main hall by wire arches, through
'.i Stock South .A scientific and When In JACKSONVILLE
careful and get a i Only $1,60. Enormous demand. JUg commissions flT VfH7
.':." which an almost unobstructed view of bargain.D. OuttK free. Chance of a lifetime. Write ayHill ULllJl}
test made before fitting glasses. of the President Range Is obtained. L. GAULDKN: ,ulcK. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor, Visit ,
: Office and Salesroom N.' E. corner of Beautiful corinthian columns support 'J'1 tu vllle, Fla. axton lildg., Chicago.

Bay &. Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug store. the ceiling above, and the whole room is The finest SALOON in the South.
being newly decorated. The golf links

\/,'.' which have In this already section won an enviable ESTABLISHED 1875. The best liquors that can buy
1,1,; nr-: Reading notice nds. on this pages reputation are now being money
put In shape by Mr Jas. Stewart, the
are five cents line week.
: per per professional In charge, and will be, as \NtJl.:: -A..' BCnCTKS: cSc CO. of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
hst year, among the finest in New England
I'
On Tuesday the first party to Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export Beer.

ft make the ascent of Mount Exho by sad. ._GRAIN,. GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.
dIe horses left the Mount Pleasant

b: House at about half past three and reach 1 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
ed the summit a little less than an .
:. hour. They reported the path to be In We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete' stock of Hay
I" excellent condition and the view to be Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark GAY BROTHERS'
{ superb. at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co

:i BUr Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Analysts,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pore Ground
Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Sulphate l'otaAb. Katnit etc. These fertilizers, hare no
9 Money In Vegetable superior In the market, and a l'otlUlbi convince. Send for Catalogue free.The .

<. Palatka Florida. GROCERS
Mr, Frank Forster, of Orchid, Indian ..
River, who was In town Tuesday and

, ,i ADVOCATE Wednesday,office.was a pleasant He ranks caller among at the the Southern Hide & Skin CO. We make a Special Feature of our

i; successful vegetables growers on Indian
1 River. During,: the past season he shipped Mail Order Department.
630 crates of beans, for w hlch he received PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR
$500.00( net; also 400. orates of to-

matoes, which netted him 80000. These Hides, Furs, wool, alligator skins, old rubber bicycle tires, old Inner Knowing how difficult I It is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIESCHEAP
For Sale, vegetables, were grown between his tubes and all classes of old rubber brass cine lead families send
copper, pewter, can us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
I orange the last trees freeze., which were not touched by bones, horns, Queen's, delight root, Blue-flag root, Yellow Jassamlne promptly and carefully and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.We .
h Pineapple slips and suckers, five varle- the most complete stock of
carry
root, Prickly Ash bark, palmetto berries and Deer tongue. any Grocery House in East Florida, and bate
ties; July delivery. Enquire of many articles not usually found f In other and smaller houses

t.f JAME8 ANUHKWS, Eden, Fla. Tho lUdgewootl. We are the LARGEST CASH, DEALERS IN THE STATE. q" SEND FOR. OUR PRICE LIST.


For Sale. Office and Warehouse:-S. F. A; Wj; .J., T. & K. W. and F. E. C. Railway tracks,
Between Asheville and Blltmore, on
car line. Parties going to the mountains JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
*, fforto Rico pineapple slips. July de for the summer will\ find Ideal accommodations E. A. WADDELL
livery. Inquire ofP. at the RIdgewood. A ,
llKUTKr'.SKN, magnificent view of the mountains.
2tJIwctto. Miami City and Dade _
t Mlcco, Fla. Rooms large and airy. Double piazzas, WATCHES CLOCKS I County

spacious grounds and oottages. Special .r ,
lates to families. For Information address

7 Real
To Pineapple Growers. Mr. Carrie Carr Mitchell, .H Diamonds Estate Bureau.
.Jewelry
Asheville, N. C.
Smooth ,
Cayenne and Abbaka pineapple -

from a plants pinery now here ready not to Injured send out.by Are last JUno Ridge Mountains Jj Sonienlrs, Wedding Rings and Presents. A Select List of BAY BISCAYRE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable

winter's freeze and are especially vigor of S. Tmls.of all sizes for Iniestments.
Phosphate and Groie Lands on
.us and fine. Write me here at Tryon, Western North Carolina, famous Orange

St. Petersburg, Fla.JAMES for Its mountain climate, and very FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RIIG West Coast._._.._. .
n, Morr. beautiful scenery, Pure sllYfJlltl
+ For
water, pines, pleasant rooms, excellent A SPECIALTY. Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for ,
table, health foods. Moderate terms. ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER
WIND
MILLS
-Please mention the ADVOCATE when Circulars sent. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILES, Fertilizer, Chicago' 111. Chicago, W.

writing advertisers. Miaa EDITH Surru. 225 W. Bay St., JACKSOXYILLB, FLA Arena D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.



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