Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00028
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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last chance. $28.01): ( cash will get one new. Guaranteed for six years. Write ,

of General Interest. for 1few days ofF for particulars toTitos. WiiKitic to ItOI'-- ; list of hotels
Hid Topic Major I.ollislcLnlll; of St. Augustine An article ban born published In the Sco on
W. BEERS, C. WATTS & Co"Jacksonville a former builder of the F. K.: C Savannah Morning New ami copied Into our 4th and 7th pages.
St. Fla.
General Gossip in connection Augustine.Note railroad, and a large phosphate' mine others paper to tho etTect that Mr.( Illustrated folders of the fine East

loelcty and Lake Worth, Indian. owner, who IK well and favorably knownIn Henry M. Fluffier tins, just' presented a Const hotels, etc., to be given away, free,
with IJlucayne Bay West change of ad., of Southern It Stand Alone. Tttusvlllo and other places on Indian\ Mr. J, C. Wl o ono of the bout home In at tho ADVOOATR o lco. Send two-cent

Banana and Halifax: Rivera Key theE Hide & :Skin Co., on 8th page. River, Is, with several Englishmen: Macon, Ga., worth $40,000\ and 200() stamp to pay postage. a
Point along
and all other Important about to apply to Governor llloxham, shares of Standard 011 Co.'* stock. Tho
Did think of the fact
mention of -There will\ be here tomorrow you ever stop to
Coast of Florida. Brief bicycle races Where to In Tltusvlllo. See hotel
t that the F. E. C. station at Titus- of this state, for letters patent! for the following Is a bit fir thlll (to tho ADVO- stop
Various o'clock.Dr. Ry. ,
ParUof afternoon at.4
Interesting Event from tho ad., 7th and boarding houses
ville, has the only semaphore train signal fhosphorla Phosphate Company, Lint- sera) MunchauHcn tale, as (old by page;
the World About People Ton Know B. R. Wilson made a professional lighted by electricity on the Knst ted. The amount of capital stock IN Savannah: Morning News: on 8th page

and People Yon Don't Know Picked visit to Fort Pierce on Monday.If Coast of Florida? $12 ,OOIl, divided Into 1,250! sharps'of "Mr. J. C. Vise wan In Savannah n dayor Good accommodation for the Hummer

op by Our Society Editor and a large staffof In search of $100 each, 10 per cent of which has two ago, just hack from a trip to son son. Write to II. C. Stoke, HcnderMonvlllo -

Correspondent scattered along the read the you ADVOCATE are columns bargains, Church Service been paid In. Among the Englishmen New York. Henry 1\(. Flaglcr Is tho N, C. Superior location.A \ .
East Coast of Florida. carefully. < who are subscribers to the above com- gentleman who ban taken the interest In

-Messrs. J. B. Coarsey and R. I'. pany are the following, all of whom reside Mr Wise, and his substantial assistance letter to tho ADVOCATE from Philadelphia -

THE ADVOCATE, Hyman, two popular commercial travelers Services at Eau Gallle, on Sunday In England: Colin Campbell Wyl- has not been withheld to show that horortlly says Mr. Leland /Utorry has been
were in town Wednesday.The morning at 103l() and evening at 7aW. lie, The Lea, Ksher, Surrey; John likes him. Several yours ago Mr.( very busy man of late, for his Hotel
$1.50 per annum, in advance. Sermon In the evening will be on "The Forbes Gordon, Domahn, Forest Row, Flagler met Mr. Wise In North Carolinaat Brynmawr, Brynmawr, Pa., has beencrowded
$1.00 six months, h Titusville /Social Club gave a Higher Lessons of the Fourth of July. Sussex] Edward Martin, 112 Frnrliurch ono of the mountain roNorU. The with guest during the pant
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. dance in the Opera house on Wednesday Archdeacon B. F. Brown will ot1iclate. handsome follow within
Street, London: John Algernon Wyllie younger man Is a week Mr. Starry was quite popular
tended.It night, .when quite a goodly number at- Preaching at Presbyterian church by The Lea, Esher, Surrey; Henry AcklandNorihey mAe and grace of manner that all whllo at Tho Inn, Palm Beach, the past

-5fr. E. L. ,this place, is on John A. Hughes, pastor, Sunday, July 20 Orncecluuch Streett,<,ndonj; find charming; plenty of style and dash season.

the sick list. looks as If we were really goingto 16th. Morning at 11 and evening at 730. Reginald Voile, t" Corn hill, London; about him, a ready wit, convivial and Manager II L. Hocman antI family,
have a gymnasium here; but we hope John Akroyd, ft2 Thrcadneedlo :Street, the sort that make friends wherever he
Good singing come and help. of Orlando are now snugly ensconcedat
-Dr. W. L. Ilugbletr, of Cocoa, wasa the shade trees will not be forgotten in London; and Horace Mann, 84 Lancaster Iliuls himself. Mr. Flagler was not proof Hotel Ormond which will

visitor to town yesterday. the rush. Gate, London, England. against the attractions, and tho acquaintance for CoquinA the to-morrow
Complimentary Dance. The of business of the above and ripened Into friendship.Not open summer season
visitto place grew
D. L. Gaulden paid a
Judge -Lyman Singleton, who has been visiting ([Saturday). Mr. Harry Driver formerly -
Is In Mr. Flagler decided he
St. Augustine. long ago
company Jacksonville
Eau Gallie yesterday.Mr. his mother at LaGrange for a few of Hotel Pacldo. I Is to
wanted do handsome for
.- J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, has been weeks left here, yesterday, for Macon, The Misses Kate Pritchard, Aline his to friend. In the meantime the be t chief room clerk. Ho In very popular
and young
this week. Ga. From that city he he is goingto Brady, Bessie Hall Daisy Brady gave MEETING. and ban a host of friends through.out .
in town a day or so says a dance in the Opera house, Titusville, BOARD OF TRADE latter had married, so when the magnate Florida.A .

-Mr. F. W. Beers, St. Augustine, is Colorado. last Friday night, complimentary\ to Mr. presented him with one of the best

now selling Victor bicycles for $28. -The Holy Band, who have been laboring W. E. Youngs, our late popular barber The usual monthly meeting! of the homes In Macon at a cost of $10,000, the letter to the ADVOCATE, received
In Titusville for some time past, and leader of the Indian River Band, ritusvllle Board of Trade was held In gift was very acceptable. That was not from the White Mountains, Nil., as we
-Mr. Fred Losley, of this place, spent left here, Wednesday, for Tampa. The who left for the home of bin parents at their moms on Wednesday evening! all that came, for 200 shares of Standard were about to go to press this morning! ,
day in Jacksonville the first of the good work started In town, will be con- Plymouth, O., on Tuesday He may return with VIce-Prosldent It. J. Scrlrogeour Oil Company stock wore also presented. Nays: The Mount Pleasant Baseball diamond -

week. tinued by the converts to this new orderof : here the coming winter.A In the chair. Secretary J. 0. Halt and The young Maoori man Is, therefore, was tho scene of ,lively contest

Warrock '& Co., Jacksonville, are religion. Treasurer J. M. Dixon were also In quite well tlxed." on Tuesday afternoon, between two nine
ad. their accustomed the The following wait published In tho organized at the hotel, and principally
anxious to buy on places. Among!
this yourguavas. -Miss Laura Sharpe, who has been Gymnasium for Tltutvllle. business transacted was the payment of ADVOCATK on Friday March 24, I Rill. made up from the nr.ademyand college
page spending several days In town as the monthly due rending of of and we leave our readers to Judge which hoya, who are tit the Mount Pleasant

-Mrs. E. W. Hall, of this place, has guest of .Mrs. Jos. P. Brown, left for Mr. W. II McFarland has been around secretary, treasurer, and 4ih reports.of July In' correct "Mr. Henty M. Flagler, the House for the summer, as waiters, lioll-

been visiting friends at City Point dur- DeLand on Friday afternoon last. Satur- town this week getting signatures to a commIttee, etc. The Board also unaumously Standard Oil magnate and owner of time (boys and cnddlo One nine was composed -

ing the week. day, Miss Sharpe will go to Daytona fora paper for the purpose of organizing an voted tnat the lumber used In l o'. E. C. Railway and palatial hotels, recently '' principally of those who have been

-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Budge, of Miami month or so. athletic club. About 80! residents of the late circus ftl'eonbe: turned over to cloned the deal for a residence n tho service of Messrs. Anderson A

are the proud possessors of another -Mr. O, A. Quarterman, of Chester our town have signified their Intentionof the care of Mr. W II.: McFarland, for und lot In Macon,'Oa. 110 will\ build n I'rlco nl tho Hotel Ormond, Ormond,
supporting It. It Is proposed to handsome houso on limo property on flu.. and therefore played under that
of for
son, which arrived on Tuesday.Mr. Shoals, has our thanks for a big supplyof use In the erection gymnasium
turtle eggs. In one nest he secured erect a building about /50x1(10 ft., which Tltusvlllu. The building will probablybe Georgia avenue, next to Mill. J, F, Hanson name. Mr. Charles F. Matthowson, of

Tom Mitchell, of Miami, who lIiG( eggs, and on Tuesday he paid the will have a gymnasium, bowling alley, erected on Washington avenue. and known an- the NI. lot or Ded- New York, umpired the game, which

has been on a visit to Jacksonville, returned ADVOCATE office a visit, leaving half a I quoits, baths, reading room, etc., at.tache ---- rick place. wall a good,ono throughout.
home the first of the week. bucketfnl.In The lumber Is already here, "It wnn bought from Mr. Edward A letter to the ADVOCATK, from Now
and the erection of the building will be HURRAH FOR JACKSONVILLE Wolf for $l7f>00. It Is understood that
Gallic to
Treutler of Eau "The
-Mrs. Wm. bicycle path
Hampshire :
t giving a report of a bl ?event like commenced as soon as possible. Mr. Flagler' will\ build $2ti,000()() houso. says
afternoon Crawford under ablo
returned home last Friday an engineering
that which took in Titusville the will\ bo to
place Tho house( and lot present
after spending few days in town. The reception committee of the Jacksonville and working force, U being perfected 1 Incurvets
Fourth, It is hard work to get everyone'sname Mr*. Cllsby WHO| and her sister, Miss
Trade has the thanksof
The Semlnole Indians.Attorney Board of I grades and surface, and to wheelmen
the hence Mrs. L. A. Brady's name both of whom Mr Flagler
Will Keohan In
our correspondents along ,
the ADVOCATE for an Invitation to attend will bo one of the most Interesting\
East Coast please send their items to was overlooked in the list of ladies who the excursion up the St. Johns II I lotol'ellted I on account of the affection fOI'tlirellln the Whlto Mountains. The

this office not later than WednesdayMr. ? did excellent work at the free lunch tent. A. Vans-Agnew, of Klsslmrnee river and to Pablo lieach, tho luncheon, hln dead daughter had for Mrs. WUo reinstatement of tho open, observation

the The weather in and arrived .In town, Tuesday, having and at tho Windsor hotel when they were school girls: together tho mountain section of the
J. O. Walton left hero on warm setting been sent her by the Friends of the grand banquet Is understood that suite of oar upon
It rooms
early morning train, Monday last, for a Floridians are beginning to go to the Florida Somli.ole society to Interview last evening given to the officials of the will bo lilted In tho a houso for Mr.Flaglor'lI M. U. R. It., restores ono of the greatest
trip to Jacksonville and Savannah. mountains of the South and North. Mrs. Atlantic, Valdosta A Western R'y. and up attractions to tho White Mountains, nnd
M.S. Jones and his views hn him-
Wm. M. Brown and family will probably Judge get the merchants and business men along! use Ho expressed particularly to time section In which I I.
who has been I the proposed scheme of buying a self at much Impressed with Macon( ,
-Master John Graham, leave, to-morrow (Saturday), for :Say- upon the line of road. Our Mr. J. O. WaltonIs located time Mount Pleasant House, man*
Rob- of land which the Seminole Interested In the future of tho town.
visiting Masters Rufus and Richard brook and New Hartford, Conn., wheie piece upon In Jacksonville, attending tho above and aged by Messrs.I Anderson it Price, of
biDs for week or so returned to Miami Indians can build their homes, peace- "It will be remembered by readers ol'
they will remain until the end of Octo- auspicious affair.Jacksonville's'. Hotel Ormond. It III said. that there I I.
fully settle, and remain undisturbed by the ADVOCATK that Mr. Flagler has visited -
on Tuesday.
ber or later. II hospitable merchant no rail ride In the world, equalling In
the white man. The Judge was very Macon( several time of lute and
and M. princes rarely forget the pink paper Interest and enjoyment, tho eleven mile
-Messrs. E. L. Brady Wm. [
of toward this laid bo
-Dr. Gaines Worley, St. Augustine, favorably disposed worthy tho result of hU visit Is to us
U about the
of Crawford Notch to
when anything Importance From IloinU via
Brown have been spending a few daysat ,
said have with painful object. Mr. Vans-Agnew who above.
is to met some !gave "
to take and appreciate the Mount I'leiiHimt (House.
Miami, this week, looking after their place; we
office call left for
bruises recently. lie was enjoying a our a ,Wednesday, the .ADVOCATE by
business interests.Dr. spin on his wheel on the beach, when he Miami, to interview others upon the compliment selecting as paid one of the :'I'M.! Invited SEBASTIAN I- INLET ASSOCIATION. Ouo of tho latest of tho Boml-charlt-

D. A. Thomason, who has been ran Into a cow, which nearly pitched same matter. By-the-way. the above to the etc.Iiouht I able Institution of London Is "!towtun'II. -
spending a few days In Leesburg, gave him Into the ocean. Gaines should be gentleman Is the bright editor of the guests banquet, i ," Thoro aro thousands of labor.ors .

our office a short call, Monday, on his more careful! for the East Coast em- Ktaslmmee Valley Gazette. mechanics, and even clerks, who
way home to West Palm Beach. ployes do not want to lose one of their | an Irrigating I'laut. The above association ''wan organizedat have cause to bless the name given to

-The F. E. C. R'y. employes at St. popular doctors. A Present: to Mr.' MeFurland. Eau Gallic on April( 20th, of this year, the palatial hotel erected two or throe

Augustine\ had their first halfholidayfor -Miss Alice Sanders, who had been Mr. John Elnlg, of Jacksonville, has for limo purpose of raising funds to cuta yearn ago by Lord Rowton for the bone-
the last spending several days in town with the There Is on view In the window of.R. sold his Irrigating plant, at LaOrange, canal from Indian Ulvor to the ocean\ lit of those poorer one! for whom before

and summer season enjoyed Saturday-it. Misses :Sallle and Bessie Hall, returnedto W. Rhodes, of this place, a very pretty to Mr. W, N. Wilson, of Gainesville.The at Gibson's\ cut, opposite Sebastian riv this time there wall no shelter save
they thoroughly the home of her parents at Courtenayon gold and Ivory-handled riding whip, plant consists of about :2,001)() ft. of er. The object Is good ono, and *ubicrlptlon In the common and usually loathsome

-Mrs. Winston Branning, left here, Saturday last. Her sister, Miss Beatrice supported by a background of pink piping and a pump and boiler, which are beginning to How In. lodging houses. Time first of those Row.
Tuesdayfor Jacksonville to spend a few Sanders, who had also been enjo and blue satin. Attached thereto Is a will be shipped to Gainesville. Mr. Wilson Mr. Geo. F, Paddlson, secretary of the ton houses was started by Lord How-
days. Mrs. Branning will also visit her loll the hospitality of the above young card with the following written upon its: and family are sojourning their fine OMHOolatlou, him received tho following ton with a view to tho hotter living of

mother at Green Cove Springs, ,before ladies: still remains in town. We acknowledge "Presented to Mr. W. II. McFarland by summer Cottage on Ormond Beach. Mr. letter from a prominent New Yorker, those unable to support permanent
returning to Titusvllle a pleasant call. the equestriennes of the Tltusvlllo Society John Myers, of this place, Is attendingto who visit Indian river during the roof over their head The Rowton
Circusas token of their appreciation the shipping of the above, which winter: house wo havo In mind at present- for
Mrs. G. G. Gleason, who has been -Mr. II. E. Hill, editor of the Amer- of his kind efforts In behalfof will bo done to-day or to-morrow. NEW YOKK, July G, 181)G. \). there are other now-I* five stories
enjoying a few days' visit with Mrs. Walker Y. Its visitors'' list I I. always full
ican Bee-Keeper, Jamestown, N. our town of Titusville on the I PADDIMOK, high.
and daughter, Mrs. Sweet, in North who, at present, Is making his head Fourth of July. Upon the handle of the Soo'y, Sebastian Inlet ABH'O., for many more than enough to fill the
Titusville\ returned home to Eau Gallic quarters at Fort Pierce, was In town whip the following names of the donorsare Itlrthday Tarty at I.aG range. favor of friend Mr. hugo building are only too content to
Dear Sir!
on : :-lly my ,
Friday afternoon. yesterday, and gave our office a pleasantcall. engraved: "Mrs. Geo. M, Robbins, IlUsell, of New Hochelle, I have one of pay the modest nil pence a night, which

-Miss Emma Wright, who has been Mr. Hill is Interested In bee-cul Mrs. R. W. Rhodes, Mrs. Winston Bran There wan a grand surprise party at the circulars Issued by your association, entitle one to the mall but cleanest

visiting her sister, Mrs. L, 0. Branning, ture and yesterday he bought) the largo ning, MU Bessie Hall." We are told LaGrange on Friday night last, It being and feeling that the Inlet would a and neatest of bed rooms. The only

for a few weeks, expects to leave for her KJiarplu-rlgged yacht Alligator from Mr. McFarland In much pleased over the occasion of the 31st birthday of Mr. thousand time repay the cost of making condition of occupation aro payment
li"me at Green Cove Springs to-morrow Capt. P. Nelson, of this place, which he the receipt of this pretty souvenir and George Gardner. Nearly all the renl- 1 desire to contribute something In advance, quiet and seemly deport.
(Saturday: ). will use In moving his colonies of bees token of friendship on the part of the dents of LaGrange turned out as a com toward that end ment, vacation before U o'clock the
and down the coast. above ladles. to Mrs. Gardner and Ice cream, next morning, and no crooking In the
-From Information received at the up pllroent ; Enclosed please find check for twenty bud rooms. On these terms Itowton'awill
ADVOCATE it Is than prob- cake, lemonade, etc., were present in dollar to order of your treasurer, and
office more accommodate 000 to 700 sleepers.
Card of Thank '
All those .who were In attendance
able that Capt. W. A. Cosier, of Brooklyn Senator Quay and Part,. fc trusting that the amount necessary to The sixpenny ticket give the holder the
report a very enjoyable time, do the work will\ be raised without dif
X, Y. will take charge of the
tho dining
again of building- room
Canaveral Clubhouse winter. At meeting of the general committee hoping It will not be long ere another ficulty; but If It cannot be secured, and run the
next Senator M. S. Quay and R. R. Quay, on the 4th of July celebration, at Tltuvllle > birthday party takes place at LaGrange the Inlet U not made, I shall expect to the smoking locker room and, bath tho library A t.

-Miss Mary Stewart, of this place of Beaver, Pa.; and Deputy Attorney- It was unanimously. voted that the have the twenty dollar returned to me. lavatories, the penny washbasin ,
the bath
was among the ladies who took a prominent I- General F. W. Flights, of Harrlsburg, thanks of the committee be extendedto Your very truly, ((2 cent) pay for ,
Hoard U
part In the society circus on the Pa., passed through Titusville, Saturday Capt. James Prltchard In behalf of Shipping Cattle to Cut,. DAvID F.IAVID towel and the locker

fourth. Her name was inadverently last, en route home from their tripto the citizens of Titusville for iU public .. cheap In proportion.. _, __
omitted) from the report published In last St. Lucie. In conversation with an spirit In erecting and donating the use Mr. I). I.. Alderman, of Fort Pierce,. I

week's ADVOCATE. ADVOCATE representative, Attorney- of over forty 82: -candle power electric will shortly ship 1,000)( ( head of cattle to A Hare Opportunity. The Kldgmvood. J
General flights said he had had a very lights for the Society Circus In Titus Cuba. For these he will get the snug I

enjoyable time at St. Lucie, and had ville, and to the many ladles and gentle little sum of $10,000 cash. We are ahw The land of Joseph Peter, deceased, Aihevllle and Ulltmore i
Iron Hails Wanted. In He hopes situated the side of Indian River Between on
good sport hauling tarpon. men whose effort contributed to the told that )(r. Leonardy and other at on eat Partle to the moun'I
to be able to pay another visit to Indian success of the day. Also to Mr. C. B. Osteen will also make shipment* of cat opposite Jensen, consisting of tome 00 car fame line.for the summer going will\ find Ideal nooommodatlon j
Cheap, second-hand, small Iron rallipanted. River. Knott, of St. Augustine, and Mr. W. W. tle to the amount of nearly 800 head. It acre, with 15 tore cleared and In good at the Kldgewood. A
and *
a other. Send weight, lowest price I Prout, of Miami, for the use of tenU; looks a* If there wa money in raising condition for cultivation, with several magnificent view of the mountain i
particulars to MASON'S FRUIT JARS. PINTS, SOo; the F. E. C. Railway officials, and Mr.I. Florida cattle. Why not make a cattle building\ I I. In my hind for sale. and Double .
R. R Ricou, Jensen, Fla. Quarts, OOc; 2 Quarts, 85o Doz. Order .. C. Oliver, of Miami, for courtesies range of Delenplne Grant reserving the This land has rented annually for timepast Room large ground airy.and cottage piazzasspacious Special'i i
In cloth. tea year at from $500 to $HOO net 'i
early. Bargains screen river bank portion for winter (or cum
extended.Geo. rate to famllle For Ii
Save O. F. PADDISOX, U, RoimiMs, President; mer) residence and orange grove, especially cash. Can give perfect tit leu. Oat of
Money by Sending for Your ) dress Mr Carrie Carr Mitchell, "I i
the best Indian River, The
Eau Gallic Fla. RHODES Vice-President the on .
N54t R. W. : ; when we know we can save Aihevlllo\ N. C.
Groceries to the Magnolia cold last winter and In former year did I
W. M. BKOWH, Treasurer; tree from frost by McFarland' systemof
Grocery Co., Jackson- BeautifulBuff W. II, )(cF AIU..UIII. Secretary. tent protection. very little or DO damage. Apply at once Mountain t: !
vllle Florida. and get a bargain.D. llluo JUdge .
lie I* GAUM>KX, '
tI.lb. ; the of the leghorn Iilds ( Wanted Hewing. Tltuivllle, Fla. 'Tryoo, Western North Carolina, famous I
granulated sugar.. $1.00 Leghorns, pen and
f-lbs.! white C ,. , 1.00 family. Largeegga. A few pairs at f.'per By the Sebastian-Inlet Auoclatlon for I for beautiful Its healthglvlne mountain climate icenery, Pure very ,.1 I.

1---bs. green coffee. .. .. ... 1.00 pair cutting an. Inlet at GIbson. Cut (handwork Gentlemen' Clothing neatly repaired. For Bale, Ilenutlful Home, water room, excellent ;
.I Ibs. 1.00 p, A. McMiLLAS, R. C. SCHIMOEOUK, pine, pleasant
; Arbuckle'i coffee dredge to July S''nd 18W), )J 1111. foods. Moderate termi. I
or ), up table health
S. bacon, per pound .
Breakfast bacon, II ,9 and .10 G. F. PADDIHOJT, Secretary, In first clan order. Will bo sold at a EDITH SMITH. !

Shoulder, a , H Guava Wanted. Eau Gallic, Flan .:' TltuNville Laundry very great sacrifice on account of y\
Picnic ham. . II II . .t Best ham.4' II .10 force it. W. UL4 J NO, Empty Sugar& and Rico Barrel
1 la
talb( ,. butterine 1.40 market price paid for The Ban Cigar, Mrs. Geo. Cook, otTItuivllle, now vlllc ( -
.. The highest do work of Tliomii la. ,
Write for prices on other groceries. guava In any quantity Prompt re- All Pare Florida Tobacco, prepared description.to All work guaranteed.every. :For tale. Address, ,r f

Goods delivered to depot in Jacksonville mittances. Address WAUUOCK, & Co. East Coast Grown, Leave your washing at G. F, Dure!}'. -- Reading notice ad*, are ten cent W AI.TEn Moouc, ;':t
MAO tOLIL GBOCEBT Co.Fla., Jacksonville, Fla.I No better made; try them. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE: olftce.I perllne on this page. 8 George St., Charleston, S. G, ,,' ,
Jacksonville, /

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2 INDIAN RIVKK:, ,ADVtK.ATK. JULY 14. 1899. .

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SUMMER AIDS TO FEMININE Is It night :MllliU, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per lb. by mall; 15c. express:
I FACTS IN A FEW'LINE..$. SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $2.10 per bushel. Kaffir Coro or

; BEAUTY. -- For an Editor Recommend Patent Sfrdl- white| and red. also Jerusalem com, 20cts. per lb. by mall
i. ioc4
J RoP oi. The mignonette is tM natural flower eln..' lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per Ib. by '

Cucumber peelings, boiled In water, of Spain. From Sylvan Valley News, Brevard, lOcts Ib. express or freight. tnalll I'

will be found good for the skin. A slice No vice president baa been renorni-, N.It C.may be a question whether the editor Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.

of cucumber may be rubbed on the face, nated for 60 year of a newspaper has the right to pub- Seed Corn In variety.

i. Instead of soap. Lemon juice will remove Marriages average 3.000 a day on licly recommend any of the various proprietary Cow Peas, market prices.
this tnnndane sphere. medicines which flood the market -
sunburn. Dill-water is as /good for Write for price list.
the complexion as rose-water, though It Gold coins are in circulation twice ; yet as a preventive of suffering we
feel it a duty to say a good word furChamberlain's 1.. CAMERON. Seedsman
long cofns. ,
1a7 makes the skin paler.Klderflowerwatcr as as copper Colic, Cholera and DI-

e in famous for Its Half of the 125,000 Scandinavian in arrhoea Kenmly. We have known and 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

cooling properties, as Is also ]lavender- the United States live in Chicago. used this medicine In our family for

1 1r water. One-fonrtb of the coal ned in tbi twenty years and have always found it =
llrf RIYI world Is mined reliable. In many casts dose of this OEOUO MARX.
Never go out in blustry weather without by American industry. remedy would save bouts of suffering JOHN MARS

( : a veil, unless you wish a tanned skin Pins have been made for 450/ 'years, while a physician: Is awaited. We do

..: or freckles. but needles] have been used! for 40 cen not believe in depending ,implicitly on 1VI.A.R BROS.
Lart. -- turies. any medicine for a cure, but we do believe ,
the face
when !
Do not forget drying
that if a bottle of Chamberlain'sDiarrhoea Wholesale Dealers In
I after washing, to rub upward toward Thursday island, in the Torres strait Remedy were kept on hand

the nose. This will prevent wrinkles, exports annually mother of pearl wcrth and administered at the inception of an GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

r $300,100. attack much suffering/ might be avoided ,
laAT and will help to smooth out to a great
IhDIAI extent the crease alongside the nose. Experiments to reproduce dead men's and in very many cases the presence ofa
aAVO'DS. features from their skulls are being physician would not be required. At 131 and 133 Kant Hay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Steet,
Use neither hot cold water exclusively
made in Germany.The least this has been our experience dur-
for bathing. A good rule to ing the past twenty years. For sale by J nOkSCU3.FJ.or1c.1..n..

follow is a hot bath at night and a cold cathedral] cf Mexico.City was all Druggist and Medicine dealers.

one in the morning, but besure to takea commenced 1731 at a cost In of 1573 2000000.and completed in' ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES. IN THE CITY?,

TAX CERTIFICATES. bath dally if you wish to keep your Thomas Mann, the English labor lead' o _
Hyenas always fight kneeling the
skin in good condition.Do shank of the fore leg being the most fir, has become landlord of a London tay We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas-

Inutruction to I>r on* WMiIng To He- not wear tight shoes you desirea vulnerable] part of their body. ern. His new venture has created con- guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want;

deem or Purchase Them. graceful carriage; no woman can walk Bohemia has three graphite mines! for siderable excitement in labor circles. A your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased

State Treasurer J. B. Whltflcld/ has issued comfortably or well In shoes that are too supplying! lead pencil] market, which few years ago be thought of entering the MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

the following circular: small for her feet. Do not wear too give employment to over 700 persons. 'church, and actually made his appear- nr- We only Sell to Dealers. '

"Persons deMrlng to redeem tax-sale small gloves. A Catholic chapel has been built on ance In the pulpit at St. Thomas' :Square: -

certificates ]less than two years old, held Avoid tight lacing and any form of the spot! where Maximilian Miramon Chapel, :Mare street, Hackney.

by the state, should do so through the dressing which compresses any organ of and :Mejia were executed: at Qneretaro. C :H: .e. S :SL"O" E cSc C C.

clerks of the Circuit Cour. The puce the body.-Mrs. Humphry In the 'July There are about :500; species of bumming Notice of Application i'or Penult DEALEItS IN ,

is the amount of each certificate and Interest Ladies' Home Journal. birds all natives of America and to Sell]) Liquors, Wines and

theruu at 25 per cent per annum. most of them confined to Central and Ilcer. IFMJGL: : Wines. : : and: Ll.quors: ,

Persons desiring to redeem tax-s.ile An Epidemic of Diarrhoea.Mr. America. 417 & 410 W. Bay St.,

certificates held by the State when any A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut The earthworm was glorified by Dar- notice Is hereby given' that W. J.
one or mure of the certificates coveringthe Grove, Fla., says there has been quite an win. It Is now asserted that the com- PUBLIC ha filed with the Board of County M H.+ 11 1 JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.
mon earthworm promulgates diseases to Commissioners of iirevanl, In the State of ''
of diarrhoea there. He had .
a .a1r01
same land Is over two years old, Florida, his application for a permit to nell
severe attack and was cured by four doses an alarming extent among animals. liquor, wines and beer In Election District No. b ,a Bombarding Dewey
must do so through the State Tieasurer.; of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and There is a quicksilver mine in Peru 9, of Mkld County and State; that such application : +h. ;

Before applying to the State Treasurer, Diarrhoea Remedy. He says he also recommended 170 fathoms in circumference and 480 Commis.looers will be.acted at' on their by the next said regular Hoard County meeting, 1 w' With good things Uncle Sam is

the party must procure. from the clcrk'of It to others and they say Its feet deep. In this profound which will be held on the ant Tuesday In August I preparing to do when he reaches
the best medicine they ever used. For are A. D., 189!', at 2 OO: o'clock In the afternoon this side of the pond. There will
the Circuit Court a statement of the streets, and a chapel where and satd Hoard hereby calls a
dealers. square religions of said day, the upon
all and Medicine + be
sale by Druggists no "extra dry" sauterne claret
Election District who ,
allY citizen of such may
held is held.
numbers of all tax certificates by worship
desire to do so, to show cause if any there be, j Burgundy, or any other that flows
i the State covering the laud and also the Italy's income from foreign visitors at the Raid next regular meeting of Raid Hoard, t = in his honor that will be purer,
I man Is our neighbor who needs l to the
Every whY such permit shall not >e granted ap
assessed valuation of the land. The is estimated at 140,000,000 a year. In pllcant. r + higher grade, or of more exquisite

books In the cleik's office contain this our compassion and help. Rome there are'three times as many hotels liy order of the Hoard of County Commissioners f boquet than what you will find in
of Brevard County, Florida, this the 4th day ae ti our stock at all timeR
cent of the who tj"a. superior
Eighty-five people boarding houses for i
data, and the State Treasurer has no per tourists as of July A. 1)., 181)9. fine
Our stock of wines whiskies
there 20 WK. H. 8HARPE, ,
lame effected In the left side. were
are are years ago.
books which contain It. The price to be Chairman, pro tem. '"" and beers are unexcelled.
paid for redemptions after the oldest There i II! one portion of the human
body which continues to increase Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey 7 yearsjold delivered to part of the State
in size any
certificate Is two years old, is: The His Life Wag Saved.Mr. U. S. District Court, Southern
throughout life and does not cease with express prepaid for 320.
amount of taxes and costs stated in the J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of the attainment of maturity. This is the District of Florida.In .

certificate with 25 per cent thereon for Hannibal, Mo., ]lately had a wonderful crystalline lens of the -
the and thereon at the deliverance from a frightful death. In eye. In the matter of
first year, Interest Re, Charles K. Kenyon, )
I of It he "I taken with A physician was acquitted in .
telling says: was recently Bankrupt. } Petition for FinalDlllcbarg. N
rate of 8 cent annum, togetherwith ) .. .I.
per per typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia.My England for riding a bicycle on a sidewalk -_ _
the taxes for each year subsequent lungs became hardened. I was so because of an old law that gives this 29th day of June A. D. 1899 on read e

to the year for which the land was sold weak I couldn't even sit UP in bed.Noihing"helped doctor the right to take the shortest cut ON the court the foregoing, that a hearing: )petition be It had la ordered upon the by

me. I expected to soon when on his to' same on the 17th day of July A D 189U, before '
with interest at the rate of 8 cent way an urgent cage AVAL'ANCIIE
die of consumption, when I heard of laid Court, at Jacksonville, said district, at ,
per annum from the first day of April. Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle A black lioness has lately been addedto ten o'clock In the forenoon and that notice -
in the INDIAN KIVER You will has slid into
iheieof i he published think] ] our yard
next succeeding the year for which the gave great relief. I continued to use it, the collection of animals in the Jar- ADVOCATE a newspaper printed in !said district ; 'f't
subsequent taxes are collected, taking and now am well and strong. I can'tsay din des Plantes in Paris. Lions of this and that all. known creditors and other persons : when you see the large stock of lumber
too much In its praise" This mar- color are found only in the interior of In Interest may appear at the said time and .4ai. .. and timber that we keep on hand at all
the value expressed In the certificate as .place and how cause, If any they have why theprayer times In variety lath and shingles.
velous medicine is the surest and quick the Sahara and are scarce even there. of the said petitioner tlioula not be every ,
a basis of valuation;; provided, That est cure in the world for all throat and granted.And : .,, 1 -1 You will certainly think the prices a landslide
when the owner has paid the taxes for lung trouble. Regular sizes, 50 cents The sultan of Turkey has ordered the It Is further ordered by the Court that when yen see our figures on an esti
construction of the Clerk shall send by mail to all known credi. /
a new centra] prison in mate.
any year subsequent to such sale or certification and 1. Trial bottles free at F. S. tors notice of said petition and this order addressed 1 '
t Chaffeo's drug store; every bottle guar the immediate vicinity of Constantino. to them at their places of residence as t'- BUILDERS' SUPPLY co.,
he shall bo allowed to ,
anteed. ple. The cost is estimated at $200,000.The stated. St. Augustine Fla.
State Treasurer a tax receipt, or a plans have been prepared in Europe Witness the Honorable James W. Locke
of the said Court and the seal thereof,
4 certificate from the tax collector show A bridge trust has been formed, but it upon the most approved models. Judge at Jacksonville, in bald district, on the 29th\ da)

ing the payment of the taxes on the land Is not expected that the retail prices of The two cars running on the trolley of June, A D 1HU9.\ E. 0. LOCKE, 10Clelk.

for any or all of the years subsequent to bridges will be brought within the reachof line up Mount Tom Massachusetts are July 7-14 .

the year expressed iu the tax certificate\ the poor man.Bismarck's. connected by a cable] running over a return -

and the State Tieasurer shall attach said sheave so that the descending car's Notice for Publication.
" weight balances! that of the one ascending ESTABLISHED 1880.
receipt or certificates to his daily reportto Iron Nerve
I and make less demand on the electric
the Comptroller.No Waz the result of his splendid health. motor. In Circuit Court of .the 7th Judicial Circuit -
one but the owner can pioye the Indomitable will\ and tremendous energy of Florida Brevard County A. D. Bend: Lumber Co.
not found where It has been pointed out that of the 1800. ,
payment of subsequent taxes, and he can are stomach, liver, .
kidneys bowels are out of order. If you 53,000,000 square miles of the whole Ix CHANCERY
do it only when he wishes to redeem and
want tliCHO and the world 22,388,1; Snedeker Manufacturers of and Dealers in
qualities success are held in a colonialor Cartle C )
I not to purchase. The tax collector's certificate they bring, use Dr. King's New Life protectorate form and that all this VII.Snedeker' J}) Hill for Divorce.
as to payment of taxes must be Pills. They develop of Margaret LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
every has
power territory been Christian
acquired by appear)!.); by the blip!' of complaint exhibited ,
loft on file.Teisons. brain and body. Only 25c. at F. S. governments since 1500 and the greater and sled in laid cuu.e and the affidavit ofcowpiainant'll

desiring to purchase tax sale Chaffee's drug store. part since 1GOO. !Margaret; t Snedeker solicitor Is a non-regiileni.that the defendant of the, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand

certificates held by the state, must procure Mr. Borkedal'of Norway announces State of Florida, and that she resides to-wit: Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
In the State of New York within the United
them from the clerk of the circuit, The greatest depth of the ocean as, far that the sun is burning out more rapidly States, bnt that her potttofllre address in unknown Saw,,Planing and :Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
sounded 25,720: feet. ] than is to this complainant, and that she has DeLand and Titusville.
court of the county In'whlcb the land is usually believed and that l been absent for mine than sixty dajs last I.aat;
located, certificate sotting forth all the San Francisco's bcggers have formed a unless something interferes our grandchildren that she Is over twenty-one >ean of age, soil,

tt 'tax certificates held by the state covering trust. Here Is at least one combine that will see its extinction. Mr. that Florida there the la service no person of a lubpuiua within! the upon State whom of

I t all will not bo for raising prices. Mobn also of Norway, has checked Mr. would bind luch ilelendent i H. A. HODGES.
of the land
It or any part applied Dorkedal'a calculations] 'and finds them Now, you, the saId !Margaret Snedeker, be sad ...
for, and also the assessed ,valuation of correct. appear before the judge of our court on MANUFACTURER OF
THE 7th DAY OF AUGUST, A.D.1800,
the land In the oldest tax certificate. -
The pursuit ofpleasurelsoftenj Tnrkey has been engaged in'war 88 to answer laid bill of complaint or a decree pro ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
This certificate, with the amount of confesso will be entered against you and the ..
years of the present century, considerably will be allowed to proceed exparte
\ niofiey required to make the purchase as dangerous to more than one-third of the time; with his said cause. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Deads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

should be sent to the State Treasurer life as the pursuit i Spain comes next with 81 of war It Is further ordered that this notice be pubIlihed Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
of "the bubble In the INDIAN' RIVER ADVOCATE it newspaper -
t; 1 with the application to purchase. The France baa bad 27 years ; Russia. 24 ; published In laid county, once a week for any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
reputation even at from the time of tiling Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka on the J. T. K. W.
not lea than thirty days Ry. Lumber delivered to any
price to purchase is: The amount of Italy 23 England 21
the cannon's,mouth. ; ; Austria 17 ; the bill. part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff Fla.
taxes and costs stated in the certificate Late hours the Holland, 14 ; Germany 18 ; Sweden. 10 ; Witness the Honorable Minor 8. Jor.es, judge ,
1 of laid court ami. the reap of raid court at the ,
with 25 per cent additional for the .itrst breathing of a vitiatedatinosphere Portugal 10 ; Denmark 9. court house In Tltuivllle, Florida this 6th day ---

rich ..- ,,., of July, A. D 1198.
'p year and interest thereon thereafter at foods and Beds of mahogany sawdust, whicb A. A. STEWART SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YAHD
the rate of 8 per cent per annum, to- rest must result in a f' may be fonnd at almost any mill and i ( --J,1 Clerk Circuit Court. Fnlatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine
have heretofore By O.A Stewart, I). C.
getlier with the taxes for each year subs depleted vitality 1 allowed to go to Tjuly augMt!
There is .. waste have been discovered to have WILSON
a feeling of A. a CYPRESS COMPANY
s 4 sequent to the year for which the land
languor, the appetite fails, sleep does value. Successful! experiments prove Executor's Notice. ,
1r was sold with Interest at the rate of 8 not refresh, life loses its interest, and that it can be nwed for curing hams *

vI per cent per annum from the first day of nervousness or hysteria may make life and experts state that mahogany\ smoked Manufacturers of -

April next succeeding the year for which miserable.The hams are of superior flavor. NOTICE Is that hereby six given months to all from whom this It date may

it the subsequent taxes are collected, takIng of the preservation body depends of the chiefly healthful on keeping tone All doubts aa to the burial place] of OauMen.the undersigned County; Judge will present of Hrevard to Ilon.county It.>> L. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath *

the value expressed In the certificate the blood pure, and tin* sto each Tnrgot Loafs XVI'a great minister of Florida' his final report account and vouchers, ,

as a basis of valuation. and other organs of di. 'I, and finance, have been removed by the open- together of with the lust his petition will and for teatauient discharge of as Emily executor A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding mouldings shingles,

"Always get from the clerk of the circuit nutrition in a condition <. nc;.llh, ing of the tomb in the chapel attachedto I A, Reynolds, deceased. lath and pickets always on hand thus ,
When any of the above i\eutioncd the Laeunec hospital in Paris. His : Dah d at Fort Pierce, Florida, this 8th day of assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
court the of all the
certificates symptoms appel1the timely use of coffin was found together with those June, A. I). 18UU. mouldings;( of nil patterns a specialty.
desired to be redeemed or 1>r, Pkrce's Golden R. 8. REYNOLDS, When home
purchased Medical at write for
Discovery! us prices when
of his father and two others of the family ; up our way, come and see us.
before applying to the State will restore the body to Executor Estate uf Emily
healthy equipoise. in excellent __ ___
I Treasurer for Information concerning It purifies the blood, nourishes preservation.It A. Reynolds, deceased.C. u ___ _
the nerves, and restores the deranged is generally believed that the common T. McCarty,
stomach and its allied organs to a condi- house martin, which ]leaves Eng Attorney for Executor. junlG-6mo FOR $3.20.

tion of sound health. land, when nesting time Is over spend ------ .
i IcedYater Preferable to Ire Water. There is no alcohol, other the winter in Administrator's Notice.
stimulant "Gollden Africa. But, although Sent to us by Express. postoffice order or New York Exchange we will
contained" in Medical millions of the birds disappear from send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

Iced water Is preferable to ice water- Discovery Europe every autumn, the ornithologist is hereby given that all creditors,
"I was troubled With very frequent headaches NOTICE *, dUtrllmt ea and all persons having FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
iced water being cooled by the ice with often accompanied by severe vomiting:," write Dr. Sharpe knows of only one single claims or demands against{ the estate of
out being brought in direct contact withit. MUM Mary hummertoil. of Sail Utrgo, Duval authentic instance of the capture of a l.lndsv L. ivnuherty, pate of Hrevard County,
Co., Tesan. "UowcU were irregular and deceased to present them within one year to the the Celebrated
my)!: martin in the Seven-Year-Ojd)
The less ice water one drinks the utomach and liver aeeincd continually out of African continent undersigned this notice will be pleaded in
bettor. Ice water Increases one's thirst order. Often I could eat almtwt nothing for bar, J, P. 1WOWN,
twenty-four hour at a time. I wn entirely unfit Sheriff of Brevard County, Fla., Calhoun
-that is, there is a greater tendency to for work and my whole system run down. I A curious marriage has taken placeat ex-ofticlo administrator of the Pure Rye''Whiskey
advised and ,
wa to try Dr. fierce' Golden Medical Newcastle England. For the third
desire drink Inasmuch as Ice water Discovery and did lit) with such satisfactory re. estate of LlmUy L. Dougherty, de-
ault that before finishing the third bottle f felt time A woman named Making has been
slakes the thirst for ceaaed.9jnne28July We ship tn PI AIN
moment but
a does PACKAGES no '
perfectly able to undertake the duties before marlll to Indicate contents (which wilt
attending the altar in the character of .
a nent. ) It and tntt-tt EXPENSESdrour
get Coat ft.
public school life. satisfactory' return It :
not quench It.-July Ladies' Home I moat heartily advise\ those will ae OUR
Buffering with Indllrt'tlUonaod it* attendant bride and there has been something remarkable $3.20 cheerfully refunded. This WhUk lt'y II U good ..any 13,00 goods In the mark.We .,.
Journal. evil*, to give thi great medicine a fair trial. in each of her three engagements been aredo.atband d..ln bnlln"I'n and th.can city,Ivo aoclat you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houiei. We han
the *
same stand for RE
t over 15 YEARS, and U to our
Dr. Pierce's'Pleasant Pellets cleanse Her first husband was a,Quaker! MABRIAGE PAPER I'ONSIBIWTV AND REI'JTA'FIUN for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here or w
Cork if sunk 200 feet In the the editor of Ibis
ocean, will and regulatethe her second a Roman Catholic and her MHT rum.iHHijp.IMMMU paper.
not rise on account of the of the !! flU'I LAIUS t mi it SOLOMON A LEVI
pressure stomach, present ia a Prcteetant. Each husband Mt.liAy >: ulr.... ,
water. liver and 'ntouaaD41 o f Ad Y.rU..r.to 1028 &
wan twice her age. At 16 she married a .J l Bcl.ot From. 1930 First Avenue,

if Algeria is the only country In the world bowels.They luau of 82, at 80 abe took one of,60, and btrtltcCo&i fcrail u4 hmul. P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
r produce per. Trial An*.,.lii.Jt mo.1:6 t<*.
whore the horses outnumber tow, at 42, she is united to a gentleman & l. 84
the human- manent benefit and do not re-act oa the ""l> copy NOTICE i-We pay ExpreMCoarree to all poinU reached by "SOUTHERX EXPRESS COM

t Deluge system. One is a gentle laxative.. of 84. Social American, Toledo, 0. PANY Southern" but Express to point Company on line transfers of other to said Express other Companies Express Company.we prepay only to point ..o'"


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Professional Cards. Botanic Blood Balm HUMOR OF THE HOUR. SOUTHERN FERTILILCR3.nnil ClI unclI F.".

TOPICS CF THE TURF.The -.,-.--- ..
ITAtTKB 8. OKI BAM ,, pn and 1'honphorlo Arid. KriSCOIML.!
CHURCH.Ikrvlww .
1010. y GRAHAM (n. n. 1\.) The major. Just returned from Dow TnU.it lurd'l'ndrr !9iunr ('1\"". damn \11\\\,CM, atnllion. HolnrtO.Stonrr. .

JOBBINS& THE ton. tells in strict confidence this story In Lonisinnn, wln.ro potnh) ninmirea lies had In* 11.UIItlIl1ng"" to month, at I II I 2nd a. m.and and Tao 4th: p.Sundays m. $' Hitmlavichool In ucla

GREATBLOOD "I had engaged my1lf'rth. and was James Mifvlin.I I i every fluniUjrattfUM a. m. Evening prayer atM
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,. hate!"been found to be of little or DO >. Ui. Utan111"nlce
landing on the rear platform five mind tat emnesfays. every
Mull will have the Ohio rrlOay a.
LricK Hocus:-From p10mto 12 a. m., ntea!! before the train pulled ont of the profit two fertiliirta hare t>come extremely William Wallace Scriliuer. 'JU6j: !(pacer, ont Arrhileaeon II. 1'. Bone, Rector

P and 2 to 4 CUREFREE. Park square depot when a middle aged popular and are extensively again this

1 TrrcsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida. woman and a handsome Klrl.botb ladle, used-vit, tankage and a mixture of year. I'Rf II\'TEItIAN CHURCH.MrtloM .

fr 0. Dot, 108.will passed me and entered the cat, accompanied cottonseed lueal and phosphate., Doth Van Zandt 2 :sl3 who was quite con- every ftalilwth\ at II a. m.and T JO p.m.

I practice in all the coarU- Ut and fed by a gentlemanly looking chap may be properly placed under the "spicnona this three! serious ago, will be out I'III't Sunday Prayer school l meeting at in a.on tn.wnlnrddnr. lo. W.evening ItooMe,

I and who carried their baggage. A moment gain year. at l'' :.10. The iinlillo
HMda! facilities for examining perfectIng claM of nitrogen and' phosphoric acid are cordially Invited to at
,. The Pacific Con t Trotting Jlorllert'l'lt'rll' tend! our lien 1'1'1I.
land title later this follow rushed to me and
A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- up fertilisers, though, strictly speaking, association has offered 11 |1- Rev JOHN A, IIUflllf", I'alltor.
aid he was in a moat embarrassing position tbe "mixture" would be excluded by
eases, Eczema Ulcers Pim- 000 and three of $1,600 each for
GAULDEN -had his sister' and mother board purees
virtue cf the small content of potash in BAPTIST CHURCH
P.L. ples, Scrofula, Blood Pois- and had lost his mileage book. lie the cottonseed meal. The "mixture," its mating this year. Pnaehingevery second and fourth

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, on, Cancer, Kidney Trou- would Introduce me to them and give made in different proportions to unit Minnie R is the only entry of J. Fred morning and evening l"rayer Mrtting Sundays every

ble, Bolls, Malaria me any security for $25.: I said I needed different different oiN, is Roberta at the Overland park harnesnineetina. W..n..la. evening at ta' : ) o'clock. Sunday
Will In all the Courts of the State crops upon Hchixil every Sunday at 0:4.1: a. in. Also iirvarhIngnrvt .
pwand the United States Courts. Rheumatism. neither introduction nor security, very extensively used all over the !state' .. and she ia counted a good Sunday at LaGrange All are cordially

j. but would give him f 10--all I had to satisfaction.. It also thing in the road race. Invited to attend.
TITUSVILLE FLA. and gives general
I,i ,Box,238. E. N. BELL, rantor.MKTHUDI9T .
Money to Loan. IsM A TRIAL TREATMENT SENT PRIVATELY pare. lie I instated on giving me his furnishes these two ingredients (nitrogen The Toronto Riding club ban chosen

BY MAIL FREE TO ALL WHO PUFFER. diamond ccnrfpin and then rushed into and phosphoric acid) in their cheapest the following officers: W. 11. Laruont
the station to see if he could get more CHURCH.
GOLDSMITH If any n an or woman InlTerlntt from and beet forma. president A. Morrison secretary and
flood or Skin Trouble will wvrite us we ,,'III8en,1 cash. As the train pulled put without Tankage ia extensively need under' treasurer|III. B. Kent master.Qnockendorff Regular Services every flrnt third and fourth
them free of charge and prepaid to tle.'Inat Ion him he running wildly after it, RumUya at Ita. m. and 7:00: j', m. Sunday
a trial bottle of 1I0tan\0\ mood Balm (K. n. n.), sugar cane. It contains from 4' *r rent la the Damn of a green Hrnnnl. every Sunday at 111:eMI a. m. Kpworth:
the famous Southern Blood Remedy It hal but had to give it up. to 12 cent' of nitrogen and 0 league earn Sunday at 7M: p. III. Prayer inert.Inttevory .
A1TJHNEY-AT-LAW, per percent one that F 11 Hyde Hartford, will ,
permanently cured thousand of Thursday night lit Tm: > o'clock The
case some of "Then the approached me tentatively -
21 yean' standing and after dorton, 'bf1ft.I'ltals. porter to 30 per cent of phosphoric acid.It campaign tills year. Hols a son of Pao- [Udle Aid Sorlcty\ meet etery Wednesday
and( medicine had : 'Was that man annoying you V at 3:ra n. m. Every body welcome at our church
litiisville, Florida. been filled. Remedy ha is a mixture of blood meat, bones, la, :2:18: brother to Palo Alto 2 :08'-{. ervlcp' .
thoroughly tested for past 30 year and I 18 he said. I told him no. 'lie insisted on
pertectly safe to take by old or young Wood\ etc., of the slaughter ( Dr. J. B. Keysor, Halt Lake City Is Rev A. H. TRNNKV: : : Pantor.
Balm I* an honest.Inexpensive remedy that you carrying the baggage of two ladies In. which the fat has been extracted), dried I .
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J. WEUU, may test before you part with your money. aide, sab. an-an-did he got any mon Its varies ont with a challenge match his horse
and composition
F CURES MADE HY IlLOOD HALM. ey out of you V wide limits whether the blood Jupiter, for $300, against any trotteror : CATHOLIC CHURCH.

A ATTORNEY T-LA W, Allan Grant, of Sparta, (la cured of painful' 'Of course he didn't,' said Is; but 1 between pacer with a record not better than Services at 10 a, in. every Sunday, In new
ore on lip called and meat or the bon(1111)rt't.lomlnRte. If Church
epithelial can.rj; Julia E. 2:90. building, North Tltunvllla.. Children's
. Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Johnson, Stafford 1*. O., 8. C.,cured of a terrible took the first opportunity.of examiningthat the former, the nitrogen ia high and if : catechism at 3 |>, m.

J Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand Itching Bryant Moody eczema, Tex of 13, cured year aundlng of salt rheum W. A.on pin. It was worth about 5 cent the latter phosphoric acid. It ia the Kate Medium' 2:10.l, )ill said| ] to havepaced liar,J. 1'. VHrivLM' Rector.

rents and accounts collected. hand. His hand resembled a burned surface Buffalo News. nitrogen which gives it its chief value a mile last !season' in 2:03j and :

suffered four year, yet cured by llotanlc Ilboni( is looked for to give a great account of MVNiCII'AL.
Titusville Florida. 11,110. tt. W. Beazley of Amerlcu, (}a., Buf and the larger the quantity of thla, derived -
fered with sores ill over his body eating Into Why He Wa Like the Prince. from blood or meat (both highly herself\ tills season by her Denver ad ---_. --
hole*. lllood Halm cured him; Round and well. "Now said schoolmaster hfe mirers.
L. II. Sewell of Atlanta Oa., cured by four bottles available forma of nitrogen), the more
T 0. FRIES, C. E. of a terrible eating/ ulcer on leg. 8. W. displayed a bright 5 !shilling'piece' between responsive' it becomes aa a fertilizer.: Charley Olcott says that the "-,.rar. Mayor Adhemar Hrailyt aldermen t Jnn. M.
I'ops. of Jackson. Ga., had violent skin disease, the tips of his finger and thumb, the old Masixt 2:04: has recoveredthe Dixon W. 11, Knot, Jno. It. Walker, (). L.
Neither the phosphoricacid pacer
entire body almost a scab, yet permanentlycured ( Hradyi aimemiori John llenryt s
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land by K. B. It. J..T. Head1 of Athens Oa "the first boy or girl that puts a riddleto in bones Is readily available on use of his Injured leg to the extent .ItauldenlE.I.i\ u", ,, C. 8. Schujli-rt marthal

had eczema on hand, arms and leg, suffered me which I cannot answer will receive soils hence in that ho will pick firsts in the and collector i M, t>I. Jones, jr The council
of buying many
legally surveyed and sub-divided. live year, tried doctor and patent medicine. moat our ; np meet first Tuesday In each month.
Blood\ lialm cured him only a few gear remainIng this as a gift. tankage great care should be exercisedto : free for alls in New York this year
neatly done. Estimates for ; where the sores had healed Mr*. W. J. "Any more!" he asked, as soon as al
Sued,of Augusta, Ga had recurring bolls, was obtain aa large a nitrogen content as Dr. A. D. MacArthnr now at Denver
all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed cured by only five bottles three year ago. hence was restored and no one poI4si ble. track has an unnamed youngster in bill
Perfectly well since. Mr*. M. L. Adam, of claimed the coin. and at the Armory, over county jail every
lines a specialty.TITUSVILJ.E Fredonla, Ala., had deadly cancer was given "Yes sir out little fellow Fish scrap contains only nitrogen stable that he thinks! of naming Triple Tuesday evening In the month, at a n'clo'k.It. .
up to die by nine doctor, yet was cured by sang a phosphoric acid, but so little ia sold in Alliance, na the doctor says "it can K. MIMS.jR., Captain

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. lane Botanic cured Blood of Balm.rheumatism W. P., but McDamel what more At. from the farther end cf the school.! Louisiana as to merit only this pausing pace, ainglefoot and trot all at the saute
I like the Prince of Wales'
need we ay? We could fill this paper with "Why am remark. time. "Horseman. HOARD or TKADK.Meets .
wonderful cure, and remember, all these trou "The Prince of WalesT"!! said the Ground bones (raw and steamed) are
W. bles are caused by Bad Hlood In the system, and "The Prince of every nwonil Wednesday night In each
GEORGE .ALLEN, Blood lUlm cures because It force all the master thoughtfully used to some extent by the truck grow- : Growl..' ..d Corn. month at II.INI o'.lol.'k In room over postolllce., '
poison outward hence there cannot be a returnof Wales'" repeated to himself. "Real era of east Louisiana and should be sub- The Kansas experiment station thinks Judge At. K. Jones president' ; J. M. Dlxon,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the trifle ly, Johnny I tee no resemblance in yon. the other the farmers of the state to treasurer. ) J. U. Hast, secretary.COUNTY .
Don't with blood trouble,and remember jected to name inspection aa it will pay
even If sarsapurllla tonics, doctor and I'll give it up. fertilizers before rise. Ground bones test the value of the following method
Key West, Florida. salve have failed lu your case, that B. B.B.- "Because. cried the lad joyfully, OFFICKK8.
Botanic Blood llalu -is different from anything depend primarily for their value upon of selecting need corn : Two or three
Will practice in the United States else, and cure, to stay cured by expelling the "I'm waiting for the crown. "-Tit- physical and cht'mlcallroportles. They rows are planted in the middle of the
poisonous matter from the blood. Tills U eth
and State
Courts.. 9jun95 only remedy that cures In this way. Bits should contain from 8 to 5 per cent Held, using seed of a different variety SCHOOL HOARD.

HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM Girls Are So Unaccountable nitrogen and 20 to,24 per, cent phosphoric from that used in the remainder of the Cocoa J. M.N.Dlxon K, Ollihn Tltinvlllei, Melbourne.; R. N. Andrew

ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL DOTTLE. acid and be very finely ground. field. The tassels of tho corn in these )

R If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balm They are slowly available at beat and tows are pulled out before they develop I
i Is what need will Hud bottles for
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. gale by you all druggists you for $1.00 large, or six bottle hence in using them with expectationof pollen, HO that the ears will be COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

(full treatment)$5.00.: For free trial bottle address early returns care must bu exercised fertilized with pollen from the remain W. It. Sharpe, Sharpen, .. |

Specialist in Genito, Urinary and Rectal Oa.. and Blood\ bottle Buhu and Co.medical, 148 Mitchell book St.will, Atlanta be sent, in securing them very finely ground. der of the field.) The seed from these ,Mendel'no.llo"wn', IjtUrnngei, Kuu ('lalllei J. R.J.N.Walker Waller.1ltusvllie Ankona.,

Diseases. all charge prepaid. Describe your trouble and{ Dr. Stubhtiof Lonisianawhose "Anal- rows ia selected for next year's planting Regular eimlon, are held first Monday In eacb

we will include free personal medical advice. yaen of Commercial Fertilizers" furnishca and it IH claimed that the yield baa month

1-27 Forsyth,8treet. the facts ,here given, further says been increased by at !least ten bushel

JACKSONVILLE, 'I' FLORIDA. C i that to make acid phoNphnto, suitable! per acre Colonel Dudley of Topeka bas COUNTY OKITICUI.8.

AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and for composting many dealer have recently done a great deal in this line and re- Minors. Jone*, Tlttmvllle, circuit Judge; D.
f.. llatililnu' Tit""" lIIe, county judge III.lIoJ.lllllllth ,
Achievements Admiral the worl Dewey.
added potash. This addition uuceaHurily orts' excellent: reanlta. If the yield of
> !
lifelong [ TIlMnvllln, pronemitlng attorney!
V II. PEETE greatest hero. By Murat Halatead
DR. > friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. lowers the percentage of plies the Kaunas corn crop could bo,creased A. A, Stewart, Tltiivillo, clerk! circuit court; J,
and best book' over 600 8x10 K. Wooten Coco*, tax nimenxor; K. W. Hall,
pages Manufacturers In and bushels it would
acid. mean
pboric ten acre
per '
TltusvIIistaacdlo tar I John Henry,Tltimrllle,
EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. Inches: nearly inj I'a half-tone Illustrations.
Ouly .60. Enormous demand. Hie: commissions. around Charleston have adopted tho several million dollars added to the tre&llumrJ.II.. "1111I", Co"rulIlIIT' uperlntcn
Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write of thia clans of goods value of tho and obtained by onlya out imhllo lustruetianJ.0.; rrlflR.Tltuivllle,
custom Tlttuville ,
crop ,
5G8 Cherry Street, quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor oounty nirveyor) J.I' Brown, shunt
Caxton: Bldg.,Chicago, "Acid Phosphates"' and those which very little increase of labor expended.Any I

Macon, Ga. ''k contain no potimh "Dissolved Bonea. farmer can find a different variety 1. It Malaria or AlllttI'l'ol"l"r

These are extensively used in Georgia! of corn from his own by going three

To arouse a Dormant Liver and secure for the compost of stable manure and mill's, or less! away from hilt home, and 1
regularity of the Bowels, use [ Mtnct Monthly.' }
VWM. McL. DANCY D. D. L. permanent
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine cotton nerd, hut in Louisiana the pure tho work! of pulling\ out the tassels will

/tcid phoHphntfH liuvo given very tmtia- bo little more than the work nocesMiry Litnguor, loss of appetite. indigestion,

Graduate of Philadelphia College of factory results in compoot.! to cut tho weeds out of the name num.Kr and often fovciUlincHs. are the common
class "TOPICS OF THE TURF. of row syinptoins of n condition
Surgeon 1872. Perfect
operations termed "1I1Ilnlln., All tho symptoms

promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay it -cplur lip. In the lloaae. may bo, and frequently] arc, tho effect

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Sirock, 2:14M: has been converted to I once visited a place where the mistress There Is ono little maxim of tho tiao of alum baking powders

the pace. lie will be trained by George "So I says to 'er, I says. 'Come an of the homo told 1111' she always That now I will mime, food I mnklnjf. Thoro Is no question

Saunders. be my little girlie\ ; come an be the second went to the !hive in the vlootIsbed when Which may bring what la hotter about tho poisonous effect of alum upon

ROBERT McCARREL, Agitato and Little Thorne recently Mrs. Nobblecbu lp, tin blessed if she wanted honey and got on a plata Than riches or fame tho system. It obstructs digestion.:
worked a mile together at Pleaaanton she didn't say 'NoI' I tell yer, the way just what she wanted, and no more. In All\ thoso who will hoed It prostrates the nerves, con\.(iilatus
Good lltid.) dovltnllzos tho blood All thiN has boen
CONTRACTOR in :12 latt in 30) seconda. fancies. !" the winter, she could do this without appotlto
AND BUILDER, 2 : quarter gala theyselvea nowadays made clear thanks to board
trouble with the boos at all for they Strong nerves, rosy clioeks, )physicians,
Meadville, Pa., will have three stakescf Ally Sloper. And vigor of mind.It of health, and food commissions. !So
Churches a specialty. Steam stone works number of would be down in a cluster. In summer, thocommunity" 1
tho health of
fl.OOO each and a like will banish dyspepsia "highly\( Injurious to
Their Future Aieured. she drove the bees awny with a little does tho eminent head of
$500 each for the Sept. 20-29 meeting. Khmnnatlcs and gout,
CONCORD AND PRITCHARD STS., Professor-What a splendid lot of smoke, and if the honey ran down on That Tired Keeling conquer, the University of 1'enniylvanla\ Dr.

CHARLESTON So. CA. The chestnut 3-year-old filly Birdet- yonng men we have in the graduating the bottom of the hive, it did no harm, Drive scrofula out Harder, connlder tljonhun baking powders

ta, by Online, 2:04, dam Waterlily, class this year I Every one of them will because the bees would it i right up And hero Is tho OIal1m- that ho III'y' "their, sale should bo {

2:19: sister to Spbinxetta, 2:08:!Jby be an honor to his alma 'mater. again. They had kept the mime hive fora Its wisdom Is snro- prohibited by law,"

Sphinx Is in training. Tutor-No doubt of it. At least half great many years, and thin one colony Take Hood's Saranparllla Under those circumstances I I. worth

Florence B (dam of Roneleaf, 2:14jf, of them have already been offered posi fnrn ibhed them all the honey they want And keep your blood pure. tho while of every housewife to employ

.fo ,r":' :: :"- Pebble by Atlantic, cf the ]leading ''baseball the Tory little caro that I Is necessary to
r and Golden 2:29): ) bone en some ed to use, and some seasons even more

A big yield of both | foaled a handsome! brown filly by Po teams.-New York Journal than that. Such a hive should be made To bo a lion for n clay, would spoil' a Food keep of ao her dangoroiiH\family.( eloment from the .

ri profit and satisfactionwill tential. April 25. and baa been bred very tight and warm, and the door] to sheep forever. A pure cream of tartar baking powlor .

result if you plant back.Mr. open to get ont the 1 honey should be arranged Habits are tho ruts worn In tho road which Is tho only I kind that should

Benjamin Hyde's road horse / so the bees would] not stick it habitually\ traveled. 1)0 iiaod, ought to cost about forty-five

Packet. 2 :19 if, is stepping very fust fast", no an to annoy or disturb them in to fifty cent a Vounl. Therefore, If

Seeds on the Chicago speedway and has re- E-RU-NA'S prying it open) writes A. I. Root, in The hardest problems to solve are you are paying much loss, something I I. !

cently given some of the 2:10: pacers a The Rural New Yorker. the providences of lod. wrong; If you pound twenty-live ''I i''
IW f They are nlwar the bent. cents or loss per the powder I I.
t>, DII _nut accept any_ Butwtltiii still argument VICTORY certainly made from alum .
% tmjr none but Kerr '.. Stable Manure on !Florid Bull.
hold liy all dealers. Write)for John Cavanaugh, Greenfield, 0., has Tho dangers of a Malarial Atmosphere Always boar these simple fact In ,;
(lit) W deed Annual-frte. purchased! at Jeraeyville. Ilia.\ the -- Rome tomato (growers of Dude county may be averted by occasionally taking mind when purchasing baking powder '

p D.M.FERRYACO.Detrolt.Mich. 11 Madrid, Dr S. B J/artman, conceived the idea that their light/ sandy] Dr. M, A Simmon "!vcr Medicine.
brood mare Medusa, by -
CoumtitiO. and humus making .
soils needed filling
dam Onward and will breed her to Volcanic J rllltloIIHAro
by DEAR f'm-I: feel propertied of stable manure. They Great people always have small enemies. -
RM Dumas 218'4'. llkeunewwomansince but skin rob life ,
I therefore sent up last winter and got grand, eruptions
An Allerton filly, dam Jessie Pilot, '\ since using your several carloads In Jacksonville. It HT of joy Uucklon' Arnica Salve cure

owned by L. C. Webb Mason, Mich., \ '; I'e-ru-na. rived In good condition and was applied The secret of a secret Is to know how them; also old, running and fever sores,
ICUR1D with vegetable
DROPSY !H<*m diea. Have cured and foaled March 12, is one of the fast / VA : Your medicine with bright expectations. We'a re Informed and when to toll It. ulcers, bolls, felons scalds corns, warts, cut,
thousand ** bruises, burns, chapped hands,
eax ,
many foaled. She ia entered "
trotters ever ha helped S
est : me no
baby observer
careful and -
.. '& \\ by a competent chilblain. Best pile cure on earth.Drives .
*''*&.*two-thlyd., altshn.Vtom rmov.. in $26,1)00:) worth of futurities. S4, j\\ much that I can who went over the ground and "We have sold different sough remedies out pain and aches. Only 2.1:

DR8.rH. GY1itJha S03S.TEll DATS box E.Ir"ttllD"DUr.A'iauta.(1* F C. Parrott is training a dozen 1 '- work and never made an examination that in the field. but none has given better aatlsfac* cent a box. Cure guaranteed. Hold by

- colt at the Glenn Dale] stock farm, feel tlredouWhenI.firatbegan to UM where the manure waa applied the lon: than Chamberlain's," say Mr. F, S. Challee, Druggist

Kinkier, Tex. One Is a yearling that your medicine I couldn't sweep my own blight had nearly w quite ruined the Charles Holzhauer, Druggist, Newark, _

BO YEARS' can step eighths in 20 seconds! and an- room, run the sewing machine' or lift tomato plants before the freeze, while in N. J.tlIt Is perfectly safe and can be Grief I I. an outcast, and no man grasp
relied In all\ case of coughs coldsor
upon ,
EXPERIENCE other is a 8-year-old with 2720 speed.Dr. anything, not even chair. It even hurt the fields] treated with commercial fertilizers hoarseness. Hold by all Druggists and Ills hand cordially
me to ride or walk any distance. NowI almost untouched except
J. F. Martenet, Baltimore, whose they were Medicine dealers
The iron bed trust I II to be commended .;
do all this and I believe more
Gardenville, has a yearling can when in close proximity to the .
ia at
farm Nut and never feel the effect of It. I feel stiicken field Animal manure Interior for' telling the plain unvarnished truth. .sIt
dam blight
Advance 4212, by Ex-Secretar/of Francis -
ally, by ,
BO proud of the it has brought me says, "We organized for the purpose
way contain too fungous germ
bnt to
seem many
wood, that Is not only very who 1 II being boomed as the next Governor '
has all the necessary size and sub out that I tell It far and )leal'. I can for tbe warm climate of south Florida.says ba of Increasing price."
of Missouri, already served one
when 10 months heartily recommend ;your medicine to The TimesUnion.irtmm .
stance. tndiDg a* chief executive of that state. He is "
TRADE MARKS any woman suffering from female dia. BTATK: or OHIO, CITY OK TOLEDO, ) J
old. itlll a -looking man of medillmport.ll .
yonng } 1111
'wwwCOPYRIGHT* 4<<:. trotting mare, by Nut eae. I know from experience that ...11.. the Pneer/. height, figure, Urge, blonde rnou- LUCAS COUNTY.' J "

Anynnumdlna..keteb.nd description nayinic The green sister to Little your medicine will do just what you Peacemaker-Why did yon give that tacbe, Igbt hair and blue eye. Frank J. Cheney make oath that he r
<1'ivcntlnn i, ascertain oar opinion free CommionlMinVtrlctlr whether an wood Wilkes out of a say it wilL I thank you, Doctor, a Is tbe senior partner of the firm of F. J.
I I. prob.blfpat.nlabla *- -
Mon each thrashing
|;; onadentlal. Handbook Pateuu Albert, that ia now a member of thousand times for your treatment. I boy a Cheney A Co., doing business In the
i,1 l''lentJI rUl taken<1ul agency through for Mono aecurtna* O receive antJI.' roe Saliabnry'a string, is touted by the ball recommend your medicine where Juvenile Belligerent-He bit me wid No Hlght to UKIII| ". City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid -

ffUl aolk without aba,.., la tbe California press as a wonder. M. E. ever I go. I know what ha done for a brick. The woman who I I. lo.rlln face, form and that said firm will pay the

Scientific Jlm rln. McIIenry recently drove her a quarter and I know it will do the same for Peacemaker Oat don't you know and temper will always have friends, um of ONE: IIUXDRED: DOLLARS for each t
in 81 seconds, and aba Is gaited like a me Ton should] return good for evil but one who would be attractive must and every case of catarrh that cannot be :'
I feel that there thousand ,1//
A hand.oni.|y nimtrated ....1'. lr.e.t circulatun Horse Review. other are Juvenile JJelllgerent Well if 1 keep her health. If she Is weak, sickly cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. ,
*ny rt.nuflo ""'naU Twni*.*1 a free for aller.- of other women who would, after using
Mw: four monUla,,1. bold by all new.d..lerL didn't soak 'liii good. 1 don't know.- and all run down, she will be nervova FllANK J. ClJKNKY.: : "

MUNN & Co III "r' New York New Bodio Front and Collar your treatment a* I did, be thankful. Harlem Life. and Irritable. If she ha* constipationor Sworn to before me and subscribed In
I am *o glad I got your treatment. kidney trouble, her Impure blood my presence this Utb day of December,
Branch:\ Cffioe. OS V Pt, WMbUwton D.t; I Charming in their simplicity
This month 1 the first time in life will blotches skin D. HIl-ltJ. 4\7
for my C..rtla>* Tre.I ... cause pimple, eruptions A. '
- the re-
good taste are new of and wretched complexion. Elec- A. W. OlKABOX ..
that I can remember having my a ; -- .
movable trimmings for summer frocks Mr. WatU-What i I. tbe matter, trio Hitter I I. the best medicine In the i .. Notary Public
GOLD menses without pain. Why, I can't do { IAI: } n
'II. health U ,
of value' when 1
I no almost all of which are made of soft dealt world to regulate stomach, liver and
but recommend re-ru-na.-
Pratt'? nKer./ What' of more value silks. the new laces and fancy ribbons IfLs anything Emma L. Ilolden Wilberforce O. Mrs. WatU-Tbe toothache, of kidneys, and to purify the blood. It din 1 Catarrh Cure I la taken Internally .
up-to.date tablet will break up chiffons These I bare been sitting here hold. bright smooth \ and acts the blood and
a cold 'In and accordion plaited Pe-rft-na Medicine Co. Columbus coarse. Rive strong nerves, / eyes, directly on
and one day, and for constipation additions to the summer toilet The Ing my jaw for more tban *n hour, velvety] skin rich complexion. It wildmake mucous surfaces of the system. Send
biliousness and all malarial troubles, pretty 0.,will mail Dr. JJartman'aapec1a1book do good-looking charming for testimonials free K J, Cheney &
It has pictured and described in The Ladlea' Mr. Watt*-I never knew you to a woman J
: .
no equal' By man prepaid for 25c. are for women,free on application, to of down Invalid. M 0 Hold druggist 73o
Pratt Journal tbe like before.-Indianapolis Journal a run Only ) cent at Co.[ Toledy, by ,
1'r. Send i Medicine for lample.Co., Station B, Chicago, Home O' -_ "omen only. All dmggtata tell Pe-m-na. Chatree' drug store. Hall's .'am1l11JIlI. are the bese.r. .

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; \ 41RDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4- THE new state revenue law pro
Indian River Real Estate
hibits the sale of weapons of any Agencj

A WIIKtV JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE Data. kind to minors and the penaltyfor BAKING
"op.eKT OP THE INDIAN K1VIE, LAKE violation is a fine of $100 or
1',1'. WORTH AND BIHOATXB BAT(KCTIOKSr: Imprisonment for six months. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

G. Junk dealers and pawnbrokers are POWDER

., PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. required to keep a record of all ABSOLUTELY'I'LJRE YOU would do well If yon have property to sell and want it advertised In this

.'. transactions of purchase and sale, paper, free of cost to you and put in the hands of live men, to write at once to
;;: CHARLIE. II. WALTOW, Editor & Proprietor, giving names and articles ; and Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank( Contracts and put your property before the public.
... their records are to be submitted J2T- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
...... .
i:,' Dlscnntlnaanre of advta mint l>e made per. at all times for official inspection. ao A i( ./owot*CO. ntw vom. yours.
11 onallr at this office or by writing; PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre 12.00 to $10.00.
is Imprisonment
% The penalty for ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.10) per acre.

: Check,etc.,mar be made payable to CHABLKC for from six month to I fore front of the nations of the earth; Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Ean
';.. H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor one year. The liquor dealers are A LETTER FROM THE CAP and having faith in the :President, and Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, 1000.
also remembered, for they are ITOL. in the valor of our brave boys at the ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south Titusville.. Will pay 1,000 this
Addrem all communication to taxed each of business front, and in the patriotism of the year and $2,000) next. Price $7,000.
for place I American people, the one now on our HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville\ from $S to t2:; per acre.
;" INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, 1000. Such license tax shall be A Tribute to Florida.WASHINGTON' hands will\ at least terminate without One \hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville, good for
TITCTVILLE, FLORIDA. in lieu of all other license taxes on dishonor. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00; ,

-- said business, state, county and D. C., Washington Is certainly a beautiful
city In which to live and, with its many c:::::
of Agriculture and shall be divided July 11, 1809.
>U. S. Department municipal' as1 advantages In up-to-date existence,lou :T.: E 3 :::s. :::SO-o-eS
follows In all cities 4v
; Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fin. : incorporated Editor Indian Riser Advocate would have to look far and long be ,
i } and towns, one-half to the state, pleasing yourself better
Do you.know, notwithstanding Flori-
The following is a comparative statement one-fourth to the county and one- da's drawbacks from freezes, jiggers CAPT. E. A. Wiuto Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal
r of temperature and rainfall for the fourth to the municipality;; outside Hand-spurn, and occasional failure of Hay and
::.," week ending Tuesday, July 4, 1800. of incorporated cities and crops, there In l something about her that IROXP ALT ROOFING-Cheap and ,

DATE. MAX._180!)MIN.- MAX.-1808 MIN.- towns one-half to the state and draws her intensely me closely!have and wintered makes and me summered love durable. Quickly and easily put. on. Cotton 'Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fresh
Tuos. C. WATTS & Co.Jacksonville ,
one-half the
h 81) 76 to county.
28 80( 77 in many states outside of her bor-
::i' 20! 80 73: 80 71 ders, and. In candor, I must say that, all Fla. all the time .
';' 30 80 '72 89 71 ill all, Floilda has the best all.around ,
July INSECT EXTERMINATION. summer and winter climate I have ever .
89 79 for Mineral Ash, kills\ all kinds of insects Harmless to
: 1 87 71 found anywhere in this beautiful world. Agent Gray ; man or
2 84 71 80 (liD! The English sparrow now has A I have bad many people to say to me, beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
3 80 71 84 71 rival which threaten his su "Oh, how hot I must be down there In The Editor the Only Man Who Could Lowest cash prices.

I 4 87 75: 87 79 in may northern cities Florida in summer?" I tell them hat U Not Met Ills Obligation Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t Total rainfall for the week: 0.97 'Inches. premacy our big the best pal t of it all-your lovely, To test the effects of the hard times
Departure from normal rainfall for the for the English starling is gettingto breezy forenoons and afternoons; aud !' upon his congregation, a minister nota
t: week: minus 030 inches. Departure be as numerous as the pugnacious always to be found those delightfully thousand miles from good old Chau- .
from normal rainfall since January 1, little sparrow. Report says cool nights during midsummer, when tauqua county N. Y., at the conclusion CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
? minus 2.35! Inches. there least you can sleep sweetly with two heavy of one of his sermons, said: "Let all in
at 20,000 starling\
,t .1. W. CJIONK Observer are blankets over you; and to contrast thin the house who, pay their debts stand
now scattered through Greater condition of things with the 98 degrees up." Instantly every man, woman and

New York and Long Island, and above zero weather wo had here lately, Child, with one exception, arose to CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
they are beginning to swarm over fanning and sweltering during the day, their feet. He seated the crowd, and ,
A of chemistry, of and at night wl\8.a demo
I'KOFESPou into other cities. fairly roasting then said: "Let every man who is not
Kansas is of the opinion that Many people say onstration that needs no arguments to his debts stand The
City, paying up. exception (d: HAIR AND LATH. **
they ought to be exterminated in settle. Therefoie I nay to all who are noted
live and alco a careworn, hungry
k 1 A man can on sugar time'; but Prof. Otto Eggeling n happily fixed as to the wants of a modest looking Individual clothed in his last
hol. There may be some truth in noted ornithologist, writes the New life, stick to Florida. If you can knockout 'I I summer suit, slowly assumed a per State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
c his statement hut the experience York Herald as follows a living there It is perhaps as wellas pendicular position, and leaned upon
a of most people In this or any other you can do anywhere else; besides, the back''of the seat In front of him. Old 'Phone 8. )VI 13 Hogan Street,
"' is that the fellows who "No bird Is more useful. We are you have one of the grandest climates to 'How l is It, my friend" inquired the
country spending something like $,>0n)0) ) yearlyto live |In, in this wide wide woild. I was minister, "that you are the only man JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
tried the above light diet departed preserve our trees In the parks from within her gates three years, and to do in this large congregation who is unableto
K., from this world of sorrows and the ravages of insects. Nevertheless, Florida justice, I must pay her this meet his obligation?" I publish a
troubles! accompanied by a demon many trees are destroyed every summer.If tribute. he "and
newspaper, meekly replied,
known as delirium trement. only a small fraction of this amount Fighting Joe Wheeler with his patriotic my brethren here, who have just stood O 9 Z e.a A :FAMILY JAUNTIn
were expended in the propagation of the son and daughter; have started for subscribers and'Let
up ,are my In of bur
starling no such appropriation wouldbe << the Philippine\ \ Islands to help whip the exclaimed the minister. j one canopy top phaetons or surf
pray, be
: rays can enjoyed for length of time
necessary. The starling lives on ''In- Tagals into good; behavior. The son l is any
DAVIDSON of Edinc weariness.
COLONEL without You
sects, and he would soon free our trees connected with ope'of the new regiments 4 r can get more
; burgh, who besides being the inventor of them." now forming, amf the daughter goes in HOW ,THEY MAKE LEMONS a solid comfort in one than in any other vehicle
of the elongated bullet with the Interest of the Red Cross .Society.As : on the market. For the horseman
for to General Wheeler's fighting quail- SOUR. that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
11 r conalures of telescope sights
be constructed
JAMAICA SORREL can well-made and strong,
ties there is no discount, as in our late
sporting guns and of the methodfor unpleasantness the'writer faced him all Until recently the California peopledid .be will find here at bed-rock prices.

laying guns and mortars by While the people of the East the way from Ringgold, Ga., In the Atlanta not know 'how to cure lemons. The }f t Y 4 s McMURRAY & BAKER

the collimator, was an officer of Coast will with us in our campaign, through; that four fruit was never tart en -ugh. Theie
distinction in the British East agree months of almost unceasing battle resulting would be plenty of juice, but it contained Main & Church Sts.,
+. of previously-made statements a ; in the fall of Atlanta, and after a high percentage of sugar and a
India service and the father JACKSONVILLE FLA.
diversity of crops is a wise courseto wards In our 300 miles march to the sea, small percentage of acid, which made it ,
the Edinburgh Rifle Volunteers pursue it. may not be out of and Invariably on our front, right; and unmarketable. But a few years ago the VST" State Agents for Sterling Bicycles
has had to wait until he was 80 place to again refer to a subject left flanks Joel Wheeler and his gallantmen lemon groweis clubbed together and

years of age before receiving the which the ADVOCATE has were always there battling with sent experts over to Italy and :Spain to
.. previously all their might; and main .for- what they learn the business and now they are
honor Commander
a Knight brought before the attention of then deemed to be the right.; At Savannah producing much better results. They
S yT' the,Bath its readers, viz : the cultivation of and after we started north to cooperate pick the fruit before It begins to turn HAMMOND PACKINGiCO.:
Jamaica sorrel. There is i with Grant, General Wheelerwas i yellow and put it In a curing house,
'' money still\ in evidence as it was his men I where it l is' kept at nn even temperatureof (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
IT is stated that much of in the of this
for it
now growing plant
about for about
I at Rlveus' ridge, near Branchvllle, S.: 50 degrees twenty OUR SPECIALTIES :
the honey sold in the northern is good for Jellies, preserves, sauce, C., that gave me a "hea'd-ender," sending days which sweats out all the sugar. It
markets is not the produce of the pies etc ; and is an excellent substitute me to earth. Yes, Wheeler is a good Is then removed to another temperaturefor "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

) bee, but manufactured by a secret for cranberries with turkey.The one, as I can testify; and if he will only sixty days more before it is ready "Coin Special" canned meats. '
bang the Tagals as he did me, I will for the market. Thus the highest decree
process made from maize. II. juice from either the fruit or harbor no ill feeling toward him, and I of acid and the largest degree of "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

Ilager, an expert chemist, has been leaves will also make a fine and can assure you he will| if he only gets juice can be obtained.; One of the "Calumet" leaf lard.
experimenting in this direction, palatable lemonade or acid drink. half a chance. effects of this sweating process is to reduce

and finds that, by treating wheat It is said that Jamaica sorrel is H Our good President McKinley has the thickness of the skin. It originally Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
been criticised In this war by moving ; grows thick and tough but the '
or maize (not potato) starch with vigorous and its fruit will compound lard
grower, acid it sausagesand
too fast, and, again; by not moving seems to eat up.
'a' oxalic or other powerful organic mature whether it is dry or wet fast enough; but the people should be all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.

acid, a syrup is produced which, weather. patient. Two wars during one administration -
., in a certain concentration and after This moneymaking plant shouldbe is 'an uncommon occurence In The dangers of a Malarial Atmospheremay
be averted by occasionally takingDr.
*, ': standing two or three weeks set out (in June or July we are gloriously our history.placing The America first one at the resulted very, M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. WILLIAM CLARKE
\ h; exactly resembles old honey in tuld) nix: feet apart each way and Sanitary Plumber,

Jj'1; taste and l appearance. it should be fertilized'and culti- --

j cc\ vated something like tomato plants. JOHN R. WALKER, Fine Gas ,Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing,, Sheet
One dozen plants will give a good

r Orlando THE HON., is still.JAMES in D.the HEGGS race for of supply it is claimed of fruit that for Jamaica a family sorrel; and DEALER, IN Iron work, pumps and drain" pipe, bath tubs, water clos

.a: governor VOCATE hopes of Florida to see him and nominated.the An- will give more fruit, sauce, etc, Millinery Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc. Etc. ets and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

Pf for the cost and labor expendedthan ,
under obligation
Personally, we are no 37 Forsyth St. Laura St.
any other crop. Probablysome near ,
: whatever to State's Attorney of the ADVOCATE readers JACKSONVILLE,.FLA.
Beggs, but we are' under the iui- All KIDds of Cool Temperaoce.
who have tried the growing of FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA
ij pression he is a good and conscientious rinks; Fruits 10 Se ason. '
aspirant for the chair Jamaica sorrel, will further en- FOR STOREKEEPERS TO
so lighten our farmers and fruit Your patronage solicited. NOTICE !
:, filled Gov. W. D. Blox-
worthily by through the columns of JOUN R. WALKER,
ham. We have known Judge Beggs growers Titusville, Fla.ZETitcla.. \
for some years, and as far as our the pink paper. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale'House..

J'1' .' knowledge goes his character is ,

above reproach ; he is strong, earnjf SPOTTED TOBACCO. cr'irc.rc..ons: : : : : ., Mosquito'Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Screen

;;$, est, sincere ; conspicuous for honesty Cloth. Bucks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton in all numbers .
: ability and integrity and is The spotted tobacco of Sumatra JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases,old or new ones. Special attention paid to<

'1 acknowledged by the leaders of the imitations of which are so diligently Grocers and Commission Merchants. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell tq dealers,
sought by our local growers corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line w&
bar to be the ablest state's attor has been the subject of investigation DRAK 8IUi-\V quota you a few prices below and when in need of the following articles have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
ney In Florida. If elected to this tend ui your ord-n. we make a specialty| of Mall Orden. .
by Prof Beyerinck of BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.
: ,
;, the highest position in the gift of PRICE ZISTzGreen

I the people, we believe he would Amsterdam Academy of Science. Rest Flour. I'erbbl..,...,........ ... ''.211 Coffee perl IbYv. ............. .. .8, .10 .., 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Recently, this learned gentleman half .. :2.30 ArlmckleIiColfee.Ie-rlb.; .,.......'......... $ .12%
'I serve them faithfully and with ,98-lb. Back.........;.'.. >V.25> Tea. per lb............. .. ............... .33 -
of All those in presented to academy a paper Orlu per .... ..... >.*' Larl,compuer ...............,... .un ;
honesty purpose. in which he set forth the results of .". Meal "' .,.... 1.10 Lard pure,per Ib ,.. .. ................ ,6X U. S. Code. COlUlESrONDENCK INVITED.
.. favor of Judge J. I). Heggs for Wheat" 1.25, 1 Ct Toiuutoes.- b.cam, per dos ., .... ... yo
his lie described "liv .. .4 .... .. .
inquiry. a Corn" l.'K 1'le 1'eache.3-lb.cang, perdoi ... .. 1.00
governor of Florida say uA 'e." fluid "" which he .. (bats .. ........ ........ .... T.btot't'.che..3-lb.can..pertlol..,....... I.AO
declares .
ing contagion, )Iran" .\ CorD,2Ib.can.\.ertiOll. ......; no McCOMB & CO.
is the cause of the disease. Jo't'efll\leaJ.J> .WKrlitht Nuked towns,3-l\b.cans, Per doz'........,- J,00
t OH Meal, per sack... 1.05 Sardines, per dot.... .. ................ 45 ,
Eavi-T is surely undergoing a This disorder, also known as the Ideal .Fertilizer ::H-lbs ... S.nn Salt:) "-Itoa., ller sack. ...... ........ ... im
) change under the of mosaic disease of tobacco leaves hay perl'wt .. Matches, per
1 management >crab....... M Crolc'ersaoda perl..4'
It' Great Britain for a plan is now on be Inoculated into healthy IllIItD811elllc.\I\ ('ral'ken.lelUon. per Ib., .... ............. .6% :PI EA.PPLE
' may .. Shoulder*, perlb. .. _............... .6% 0Inner Snap*, per Ib...... ............... .I uti
foot by the British government for plants by injecting into the stem, Klce.iierlb ........, ....j.... .. '.... 86nranulntod OetasonSosn, |*r doi..,. ................. ..41Pearllne
lighting the electric.it bud Sugar erlb.. ............... 6)4 her| dot. ...............,.......... .&.'\ -
pyramids by from infected
r near a sap pressed Toothpick Tobacco per Ib................ .,n Potash, perdox............................ .411
)', and the installation of an plants. The active viruspasses :
Send ui your orders and make us your consignment We invite correniiomleuce.MoTtMMONS rowers'al
electric power transmission plantof completely through the .' PITCH Shippers 1 Agents.
25,000 horse-power. The plan pores of very dense 'porcelain, and 13, IT, It), :25 South Ocean JACKSONVILLE Rt., FLA.

involves the erection of a power can even penetrate into agar by rr: Spot cash buyer of Hide, Fun, Wool and Alligator Skins. .

generation plant at the Assouan diffusion ; therefore, it cannot bea ---

falls, on the river Nile and its i "contagium IIxurn" In the usual ESTABLISHED 1S52.jf : 279 X7 7-as3a.lnstoaa: St., INToxv Yorl-

transmission over a distance of sense, but it must be fluid. Out : Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission house in Chicago. ..

100 miles through the cotton. of the tobacco plant it cannot be -- BEFtO \ NCEs-Commercial Agencies; or any reliable house In New York.

growing districts, where, it is made to multiply ; but in the dividing Growers' Personal References.
thought the provision of cheap tissues of the leafrudimentsand T. D. RANDALL & CO.

power from this source will permit the meristews of the buds it -

jo the building of cotton factories multiplies freely and over a great TO Those Who 'VI"h to Improve from Freezes
Part of this British scheme con. extent. A very small drop of the co: : : Their COIUUtlOI1 Dud Escape ,:

templates the lighting from this porcelain filtrate can render all the

source, of the Interior corridors of leaves of the infected plant entirely Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Produce desirable Poor soil.land expensive In the freights I offer at low prices and on very easy terms,

: the pyramids and also the opera. covered with spots and the climate finest roads 10 most the picturesque section of JAMAICA, perfect
Pl.n.capp1ca; a Spco1.a1'ty' DO mosquitoes, good and desirable -
;'i tlon of pumping machinery for irrigating sap of these leaves would be eulllo- government. For particulars, write to
Give reference The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago Southern Ex-
as : ;
large of desert lands' lent for the .
areas contagion of an unlimited press Co." Florida shippers on application Also state remittances made in New GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS,

along the File number of healthy plants York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange.: Kingston Jamaica B. WK' L



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Send the .
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Daytona. i SPECIAL

J. R. Hill is off for a much needed I : TOW -

The Board of Trade has rented a P1H
room over the old Conrad store. ..Pin.eapple G < G-ro-wers.-

Mrs. L. lIahne attempted to commit ,
1 suicide last week, butfalled. She took rll
a little too much.A all Around, 37ortllizoi'; ,

fit"U4 large: number of the congregation of Price $25.OO. 53P" Before buying, the following Materials IKS sure and apply to I.L.JGUARANTEED

the Methodist church surprised Rev. ANALYSIS: us for price, and we will ptove to you we can save you money
PIAvo Payne and
on Wednesday, it being
Mrs. Payne's birthday. Moisture............<..... ... ..... .......... ...... s to 10 STEAMED HONE, RAW HONE:,
J JY1 ........ ft to a .
Some of our citizens being skeptical [-I Equal to Sulphate" of Ammonia........................20tola! BLOOD AND HONE: ACID PHOSPHATE:
astoJonrth of Available I'honiihorio Acid ................. 5 to 6 ,
r1IfL July reaching Daytona: Equal to Bone Fbosphlteof ..............'. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED HONE NITRATE
went elsewhere, and thereby missed a Potash K2 .............................. S to 8 OF :SODA: ,
1T? good time. IinalwsnlpluteotPi+ta.ti............... .9 to 10Magneula ( SULPHATE AMMONIA
Lime,Soda, ................ 58 to 903T TOIIACCO STEMS, E-I

donated Our artistic a very neighbor spirited, A.picture Morris of,has a E-I Write for Special Pamphlet.. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON' SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES: ,

channel bass as prize for the next yacht COTTON SEED: HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

\ race.Our beach was the scene of a very H] prices. '

distressing occurence ou Sunday. A ;
number oj persons were suit bathing In Ploaso Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for

front of the Dewey hotel during the
thunder storm. The lightning struck H Pamphlet.

In the midst of the party, and the
daughter of Mrs.; Seagrave Adams young wa LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
killed. It (l1
had been intended to sender ,
to the convent at St. Augustine on

R41IL'Salesman Saturday, but her departure was delayed Taclison/ville: Florida:
until Monday-just too late.

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Rockledge.Thos. same quality, and equally located. From now able to sit up a greater part of the At about hnlf pnat three o'clock the amination would show worm In every
one of the acres a little over $1OOllllal) time. I' heavens were rent by a vivid flash of grape Whether It was the cause of the

wanted. Enclose stamp : been received for fruit shipped this season. On Thursday last J. W. limner wentto lightning, followed by a tcrrtllo crashof tot or the result of It, he does not state.

for particulars. : Mitchell was a pleasant visitorto From the other, not more than Oceanus, and A. L. Hruner took A thunder, and Miss Adams was seen He sprinkled his vines with strong 10RI'
town this week. $101), If that much. Now, the question walk to Lotus and back to throw her hands to her head and In- suds, anti no tunic Insects approachedthem
and Hair I arises, what was the matter 1 One party Htantly dop Into Iho water and no more norms weio found
ill straighten Curly to the Kinky hair. i Born, July 8, to Mr. and Mrs. G. N. knows how, and the others do not-although Cecil Barnett, of Tacksnnvllle, nrrlvoil She was at the time In shallow water, iu the rn"ell.n Australian \lncyardUt -
scalp or I
without injury II Hatch, twin girls. !: the one Rotting, the(100 from his here Monday, to spend the summer with talking: to Mr. M. A. Mutdon, of Lees- was much troubled by a species\ of

I John Jones and family have moved acre has been longest in the business. his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hlscock burg, and Mr. Joseph Jacobs. of Jack grabs or cntrrplllivis which cut off ten-

PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX.ixiti I from the May house Into Norton's pack- This goes to show that the growing: of Monday last Ed White left for An. sonville. Mr.\ Murden, when Miss Adams der vines nail foliage./ Ho took thirty .

................................... ......................... Ing house. pineapples Is a most profitable business kona, to get a boatload of pineapple fell, was holding: she her by tho arm, and pounds of bran, four pounds of IIh'u1IUI.I \,
when under the management/ of compe- for Mr. Baldwin. Mrs. Baldwin supposed that was playing, bitestopped water enough to dampen It well,
John Jones recently killed two large tent men, while others continue year after to help her to ailso, and at once mixed with It <>nt> pound! of Pails grcca
Kink. wild cats that were roaming about our year to repeat the mistakes of the sent some very choice watermelons on saw that something' serious hall Imp-I and! stirred tho whole thoroughly. A
this to her brother C. T.
trip McCarty
................................................................... ,village In search of prey. past, and add new ones each succeeding and family, at that place. pencil. lie Immediately called Mr., small quantity of this was placed! at the
Our holiness friends left Tuesday and season; then they blame the pineapples, Jacobs, who for a moment paid no at foot of each vine, the grubs ate It freely
dorsed by the United States Health Rockledge looks quite deserted In'that the climate, the state and the world at Rev. A.C. Sirderfleld will hold the regular tenllon. as he was dared by the stroke, I and weio destroyiMl. Tho vines were

Reports. theme. Although ignorant, they, are large for their own shortcomings. preaching services at the church at but who recovered slmost' instantly, and. troubled by them no more
ARRAGH & RICH New York very sincere and upright and doubtlessdo this' place next Sunday, morning and assisted In carrying Miss Adams to the I I
much good wherever they evening. Everybody cordially Invitedto shore, whore a number of young men i
Sole Manufacturers. go. P- Subscriber, your attention is drawn attend. The two probationers will be helped to tako her to her home. On arrival WEATHER REPORT.
Duck hunting seems to be a favorite to the name-and-date slip pasted upon received Into, full connection with the there she was still unconscious -

pastime with our sportsmen just now. your paper or wrapper. If you are In Methodist church. Dr. Atwood was sent for at once In I hostorm Ily Rev Jas. IT, White, observer for
The flocks pass over the marshes aroundLake arrears, please remit. and ho and others tried every Weather 11I1I'eallIf the U. S. ,govern
Miami.Lionel Poinsett, but they fly so high andso Ooeanus got up quite a nice picnic known means to restore life, but It was ment.
and boat for the Fourth of
swiftly that even the most skillful race a too evident that death had boon' Inntnn-
Fort Pierce. goodly number of our people going/ over 8UMMA1IV" POII JUNK, 1801)I( -
shots have difficulty in bringing them taneous and that I In had resulted from
Church, of Orlando, Is spend- down. However, the hunters usually that clay. There were four boats In the lightning. It was only after! hours of 1 Highest tempfttaturo on the Kith 93.SLowest
g a few days here,.on business. meet with enough success to make raco-A. I). Carter's, H. J. Allen's, Mr, eainest effort that Dr. At wood would I tempeiature; on tne 20t h. (OU.9

Mrs. R. II. Huddleston has gone to them eager to try again.Do visit Capt. A. J.. Lewis paid Titusvlllo a Carrlngton's: and a boat belonging: to the rellnquUh hope, although when tin I Menu for the month . . F0.3
Person, Iowa, for a visit of some :Saturday.Mrs.: fishermen. There ware a few light accidents reached her ho could see no evidence of I Moan for 18 )'0111'1. . . . 78.7
ngth. Geo. Saunders left for Eden Sun- such as a rope breaking, a lint Highest fur 18 years In 188i..80.2
want to buy or sell propertyon going: overboard, etc, but a good lot of life.Miss Lowest for 18 lu . (
you day for a few days visit. Adams' left side, from her head years 1889!:!\). 'In.
Miss Margaret Faris has returned, Indian River ? If you do, write the genuine fun and merriment was had, In to her foot, was badly discolored, being Unlnfall In Inches . ..,, ..50Aviriigofor
ter many months spent at school in Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- Heavy rains fell here Sunday and which all joined. Mr. Carter's boat was almost 1'IlI'ple from the stroke. She 22: years . 0.8(1(
issourl. ville, Fla. See page 4. Monday. Looks like the rainy season tho winner In tho race, coming In about : would have been fifteen years of ago In Greatest for Vt: )'eolrllin 18SO, ..14.2
has set In on us: a mile ahead. The dinner was enjoyed
Geo. A. Worley and family have re- Decombor, Least for 22 )'ellllin 18M 5(1(
rued from a pleasant visit to West R. Gl: Hood left for Atlanta Tuesday, by ail, especially the little folks. It Is Pievalllng dlifcllon of wind, southeast.

aim Beach. Banyan.Frequent to spend the summer. hoped they will have another in the near Number of clear clnys . . 20/
future, when Tltusville Is not running GETTING RID OF ANTS.IIUiililil Number) fnlr days. . . ,. :.1
Dr. and Mrs. Scaggs have been called K. B. Raulerson's house I Is rapidly such a gigantic opposition as she did on Number nf cloudy dflys . 1

> West Virginia, on account of the seri ohowers. nearing completion. the I Fourth. Illness\ of the doctor's father.E. The farmers hero are busy planting I ...Inijr NmU. Island Home( ,

A. Waddell, our prominent real: Banyan. school will open In Augustthis swee' potatoes now, as it is line weatherfor Melbourne. In lidding a house of .ants, the first Menitts Island, Fla.
tate dealer, is again able to he in bin that business. step<< If pofslblo, Is to loeiiio the neAt by ..------
lice to attend to business personally P. Meadows has joined the fishing Adrian Sample, of Sebastian, paid usa following the workers back to their -Any sutmcilber who wants to buy arourh.trip

Mrs. Captain Bravo and two sons force Pineda. visit\ last week, returning Sunday. OUQDE Airentfor it: /oOOI\JI-u8al, ] and E,tat Liverpool and I/iann.and point, of entrance and there destroyingthe ticket, meals and berth in

ached here Monday night: after six Messrs. Plgue, Hopkins, Livingston Mr. Hill, from the St. Lucie Rlver, Ulobe, and Imperial Fire Inlurance.leclal\ colony. This may be done If the eluded, over tho Clyde,: Line, would do
eeks spent with relatives in St. Au- Henderson and Stewart, from the west has seventy-live colonies of bees over attention. paid to the Internals of non rent- nest IH In a wall,. by Injecting bisulphide' well to wilto the editor of tho Anvo-
istino. side, were In Banytn recently the peninsula.Dr. dent of carbon or a little keiosence. if the VATIC Titusvllle, Fla.. for price We ai-
on species has Its colonies\ under the (lugging so havd a round-trip ticket over the Mai-'
Harry Key left last week, for a visit to Mrs. A. L. Creech and children re- Wilson, of Titusvlllo, paid this SubsetIptlons: for the ADVOCATE, ; of tho )'nid, the mints may bu Tory Line, )between Brunswick and New
lends in Sanford. Later on Mr. Key turned, last week, from Bovine, where town a visit Monday, sumtnond .to at. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be dienched with boiling water. or saturated York, for sale. Ylr t.clalll tickets.
pects to return to his old home in they had been visiting.Did tend the baby of Mr. Davis. We are received at tho Melbourne Postofllco with kenmene and thus easily du...

nglnnd. you partake of that line lunch at glad to see it on its way to recovery. troy ed; but If It Is the kind that builds

Miss Katherine Hahn has been quite the tent in Titusville on the Fourth ? system t of und*rgiourid gallciloH, bisul .
Mrs. Xesbitt, of Ean Gallic, was tho of carbon then bo Into '
must I poured
the past week, and her ... ...
lends are glad to hear that she is now Orange trees are loaded down with Bovine. guest of Mrs. Maggie Johnson, last week. each of 11 number of' holes mado In

,'me better. new growth. Miss Grace Cummings, of Melbourne the oust with mirk und then prompt
Chicken raising is indulged In consiil- Beach, was In town last Saturday, call- ly close tho doles with the foot. In this "
0. P. Huntington left Tuesday, to joinIS ably here, Banyan having a fine lot ul Miss Viola King and Miss Clara Ot- Ing on friend CIIMO tho bisulphide will penetrate tie 4 CROWN"
wife, at their old home In Minnesota, in sight. well were In Bovine last Sunday. tunneU undcigroiidd kill the ants In
here they will spend the remainder of frogs .}Ir. Obcr, of St. Louis, Mo., was the enormous quantities. If It U '
ie summer. They expect to return Will someone tell your correspondentthe Capt. C. R. Stewart, of Titusvllle, guest of the McBride cottago' the pant ble to locate the nests, these ImposslJ no it .
'me' time in October to open the Miami best way to destroy ants at the roots came down riding his fine horse he recently week. source but to destroy the ants whenever

otel for the winter season. of orange trees? The little pests often purchased. < Mrs. John Goode came up from Rose- found In tho house. The best means to .Butter.

Messrs. Chas. Thompson and Joseph gnaw the bark from the ,roots. U. F. Stewart Is busy planting rice, land, last Tuesday noon,' and returned do this, according ,to the ,testimony of .

urn are home again, from their trip to which Is a staple crop In this section. on the evening train. Governmental expert, Is to attract thuant.
to small bits of moistened
Augustine. Both boys won a gener- -Please write us whenever you fall to Arch Simmons, of Christmas, has arrived Dr. L. A. Peek 'returned home last with sweetened water sponge and placed In the
and will
is share of the bicycle races at Anas- receive the ADVOCATE. in Bovine to stay Indefinitely. He Friday, from a pleasant vl.lt.to, the situation where they ere most numer you
wla itertalned Island, and were most hospitably will take care of his uncle while here. northern part of the state Ho Is gladto ous. These! sponges may be co !lot tod

besides. Potato vines are very scarce, on account be home again, and we are all pleasedto several times dally IndlcRlcletl.. It Is
J. A. Daun, of this city, was married Jensen. of the long drougth.A. ;>> have him back. also reported tllIt" sirup made by dissolving THE BEST.The
n the 21st of June Sarah Wil- borax and In
to Miss Quit number of our folks sugar bulling water
a young
amI, of Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Daun Simmon's health Is much Improv have formed a bath club and the young will tiHoet their dusts uOLlvn. eJtemedlaa .
ached here Friday last, after a pleast We regret not being able to attend the ed. His mind halt returned to him and :
the of
ladles learning art swimming
wedding trip, and have begun house- glorious Fourth, where the parade, he can talk to anyone, which( Is very I. There are Is no safer spot on the river than Flsin: Butter Co.

>*ping in their pretty cottage on .11th free lunch, circus, etc., was a grand success gratifying to his family. at Melbourne, and there Is a large bath for (>r''|>. 1'.1. OF FLORIDA

reet. ; but we had lOOcratesof pineapples The big summer round up took place house on the end of the city dock. ,
Miss Elvise that needed picking: that day, and as last Monday, which was composed of A Mississippi vlneyardlst found that
Moore left Friday for her Jacksonville Florida.
with due the Messrs.
Thanks Downey
flue In Jacksonville after two 'months that represented $275, we stayed Mesars. K. U. Stewart, N. E. Klnnlard, are when his Conuoid: .* were ,ilpenlug they
seat' as the guest: of, Mrs. J. A. Love- them. Our 4th was very tame, with the C. It. Stewart, F. A. Houston, B. B. and Prang for clearing the snags the and 01! would suddenly turn rotten, and uu ex- $y Wholesale only.
exception of a dance given by the V. I. Stewart W. A.-1I01i0war, J. H. Hender structlons! out of Crane Creek pant
'ceo g her Miss Moore was quite a belle dur- Association, which was a very pleasant son, E. A. M. Stewart and J. T. Snell. week, so now tourists and pleasure seekers .. .. ___ H"n. ___. _. _.
umber stay among us, and she left a affair, and which netted a neat little sum They will bring all unmarked calves can row to the head of this lovely
of our society beaux looking for the treasury department. We regret from the south. creek, which Is one of the attractions 1
disconsolate. particularly not being able to see the Melbourne as a fishing and plcnlo spot. I
of Titusvllle! so we could The Monarch .of isLION
society circus The Literary Club held Its usual meeting i Strength
It with our own, for Instead
have compared Georgiana,
at Mrs. FrankFoe'
We last Friday evening,
M would esteem the favor If our of having one here specially on the
Mers ., bhakewpeaio's Hamlet was rend
when writing or calling upon have one all the time; yet, we -
4th we
>Ir by the following members: Rev. K.: W.
advertisers /
to merchandise last Dr. Chambers
purchase have added a few new features On Filday shippedtwentyone
., would mention the ADVOCATK. might been fortunate as to have been crates of cholcs pineapple,. Butter, Dr, L. A Peek, Mrs. Frank Fee,
had we so Mrs. R. W. Goode MUs Llllle Robertson,
and on Tuesday twelve more crates..
ar'e thinking of adding a new
up. We Miss Jennie Miller, Ml\.. Mattle Brown,
feature In the way of dramatic. per. Mis. Owen went over the river, a few Miss Annie Goode, and F. Coukllng. "
White City. fOl'mance, In which all of our young ai d days ago In the mall boat, and mounted -----_
old dramatic aspirants desire to be stars her wheel and made a trip to Cocoa, returning J '
-some satellites are necessary the same way Friday. 1 1CO
attorney A. J. Lewis of Fort Pierce, considered as too Insignificant for Stains-tho.best known wood piencr-
visiting White City for a few days. our meteoric talent. Archie Chambers; U down the liver, at vatlve. THO C. WATI-I & Co.,
We Stuart, superintending tbe picking and! Jacksonville Fla.
e Tees have had plenty of rain lately, and Pineapple shipping l III now practically shipping of the fruit from their large FFEEoi
.e. and summer crops are looking over, and prices have never been so pineapple plantation at that place.

satisfactory as this season. More money KILLED BY LIGHTNING.Mr. .
c. H. Rooks has his model farm all has been made from individual acres Mrs. Carter and three children were
Is attributableto visiting Mrs Owen and daughters last V"' ,
ared. and plowed and is fast getting than ever before. This -:. i
have Thursday, J. Jacobs, of Jacksonville, who I. :
set m trees the fact that more
.1.i s, Padgett who recently bought a been grown per acre,There and of has a been better.avery : Mr. and Mrs. White drove down toLotus gave our office ere leaving a call on for Wednesday We t Palm afternoon strength comos from Its purity. It Is all pure coffee ..1
than before. and back ]last with their sealedpackages. .
quality Friday, roasted and Is sold
wH In
here only one-pound :
has arrived and began preper- which must betaken Beach, informed us his netves were all
short Each
and '
.ons for the coming season. crop when considering the mule wagon. unstrung owing to the sad occurrence parka will make 4Q cups. The pack.
.)1. M Into account but In the majority of The Dond Lumber Co. delivered a which took place at Seabreeze on Sunday age Is sealed at the Mills so that the aroma 'Is never .:
Orrel, Miss Rose KIester and prices obtained; Is the weakened. It has a delicious flavor. 'Incomparable
In- large load of lumber from Titusvllle, for afternoon. The following
r nee and at Mrs. C. II, Rooks, attended the cases, the returns compared or yield with was the very acreage J. W. Bruner's pineapple sheds, Sat substance of It; A party of guests of strength. It Is a luxury within tho reach of all
Jensen on the fourth. insignificant consisting of Mr. H. Premium List In
which they came. Such production urday. the Dewey Ilous<: every package.
The bridge River from A. Murden of Montclair, Fla.; Mr. J. Cut out your Llon' Head and get
across the St. Lucie \\n too common, and stands a stumbling Mrs. Taylor returned from her twoweeks' ,
completed, and pronounced by our that tbe Investment of Jacobs, of Jacksonville; Misses Nlpa valuable premium free.
block prevents visit last Sunday Mr. Naylor
unt y Miller of Del-and and Nellie Adamidaughter dowi Dot tT I.lfto fV ff.. In fcl. itor*.
surveyor,as A. No. liD every re- who would make the >
by men her the river. .. .
'(to money brought across wed li 1. .we tod ddnM lh
business a splendld-paylng Investment. ( of Mrs. Hamilton Seagrave I If Grocer .. ,,,.,.. Dot UC4Ipt
f'eo. in mind two acres of pines that Dr. G. W. Holmes was down to see Adams) and Itch Hadfleld, of the YOUr :#f,1'r11:1: ::
Gleaton We have Tolodo" Ohio.
; of Eau Oallie and F. oolJJON SPICE CO.
of Melbourne here were planted just two years ago by two Mrs. Hughes Saturday. She 1s improv- Dewey House were In bathing during
visited Satur under his skillful treatment and U the thunder storm /Sunday afternoon.
i and Sunday Mr Gleasoo Inspected diflerent parties, both on ground of the log ,;,


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and flavor of fruits, pounds pound;'water fresh stone 60 gallons.lime" (unslaked Florida East Coast Ry. Florida Central &: Peninsular r' genre[!

: quality and appearance Dissolve the copper (in half of tbe water .

used, suspending tbe crystals in a TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE 11. Th 9.

of vegetables, sack in tbe water. Slack the lime slowly Time Table In Effect Jane 11, 1899.

weiglitand plumpness of grain and then dilute to half tbe full quan 80l rn BOUND (-I Dowel NOBTH BOUND (Red Up).

tity of water. Pour one solution ink No B2STATIONS.

:ue.a11: produced by Potash.Potash tbe other stirring constantly. Stir the .a. IMIIT NolIGNoM IMtl1 DaUT No 18 Daily r .g p ; :f =--.

mixture before using. It tbe potassium 1 m g m =*: 4 1#) = NORTHERN POINTS.I ;)\ 4 I =: a= I
.. iU6pt) b ve..r.. .JackllOllnlle... .............Arri.e 71 ep 1766.Ii n'" R! $ ;;!! : : M (: i c! ".
ferrocyanide test U not used, it mightbe .. Ii!: i H = =
IJ5p'I08U8 ............... tin..Le..e I20p .. I.
well to add another pound of lime. .. 69up'';108MLeave.. ............. ............... .. 115p .4Oa Oo "B30a 4 p Lv Tltnsville FEC Ar. 3HOp --i-
.z 6b7plllha ..."...M" .. .... H..tlnlP ........... ......LOe IBllp 904spi tfd: f btfa820a ..... 8 20p Lv. Augustine Ar ...... 10 ana I

How Kill Nat Gran ,iTnra Arrive .. ..... .......Pal.tke ..... .. .. ... Lr are..4 6l1p 1 Oi :, ...... 430pS20p ... .. .. .... 74ftp Lv..Jacksonville..Ar..... oonaTana ...... t40p66fip

Nut to o'n of* g. 6 asp fTOOa u-......... ... ..... P.latke........ .. ........Arrive 1l10aTi5ii = Ii" ..... .... .... .... liMa ............ 825p 905pAr.Sernandlna.Lv: Lv... ..Tubee..Ar) .,.......... 818& ............ 6 &Isl:'?
.. .
only .
or cocoa grass spots a E ...... Arri.e..... .........Raa M.teo. .. .. ...........Lf'ave ...... as Oi g .. .,. 860p780p ::..... 93Sa1030ft ..... liMp Ar.....Everett......Ar ...... 660a53na .... Slop ISp 84f ..

few feet square may be killed by pen 7a1e re. .......... .. ..NnMateo.. ... .. ...... ....Arrive 1861' ...... OoG' ... ...... .... ..1I31\a ...... .. ... Ar... Brunswick. .,.... ....... 400p307p ...;.
(properly combined with Phos ning hogs on it, according to Texas .a. T'rrisi.' lAMa.e............... taIIC P.I.tka..Le..e 6iDp: k4 x:; eo' .... .... ...... 1227p. .. ... 1I/1Op/ _Ar..Barannah..Lv .......... 543aBOOa .... .. ..

Farm and Ranch. They will root up I 743p 126'p .. .................. .Ormond.................. 847p I13aFlt td1: .. ...... 600pl23Kp933p ......l1&.1a Ly..Sa..nnab..Ar C.-.Lv ......1, 1I0IIa 114Aa" 2G6p.. ..I.. ....
Acid and and 'I ..... .......... .4 ..... ... .. 220p ...',. 1 Ma Ar. Fairfax Sans 12 Ma .;
rphoric Nitrogen 10Hp ........... .... .Dalton' 800p 701. :
TMp "
i t'S. ......
.. .DenmarkSO 308 3 -
the tubers. On ... lOa .
and eat larger area / lisp ,.... ...... Portbrange-. ... 811p: 861. .. .. ...... 1030p: 304p 242a 12 lOa ::..:.
and ra.W, 'iWip ., ......?..-..... .. ................ 6 asp 89M O ...... .. .... IMp ...... 66fla ..AU lIta'80.C" ...... .... ...... 1I2Oa ....... ..
thoroughly sow 16.'ip .New8myrn.
\liberally applied, will improve plow cowpeas 0s. 86Ip22P 82fp : .......... .. Oak 14111.. ................ grip 0.... ... ....:. ,.... 438p ...... 4 ana .' ...... 1247a500p ....., loasa530a .... '"
thickly and repeat every year until tbe 'w" IOup ..........."......TItI1ll'l111e ........... ...... 14.Sp 280a jiM ...... .. .... ..... .. ., 1125a: Spartanbnre, 8 C ... ...... ...... .... ..:-.
soil and increase 1Ik1p .. .. ....,. ...... :..... :...:....... 140p Anhevllle N. C. ...... 206p ...... .. .... ....
0. gale .. ....... ... ... ... ...... ...... 9 noa Charlotte 1020p 8111a. ..
...... ....... ....... .. 1 mp. : : 840p ...
q ccra ;
and salt have been .tried without availIf q. ..... Slliip ./.............. .ltockiedge.: .. ............ .. ] 100p... ; ;...,: ...... ::;;;; In lop .. .. .. 10 47a Salisbury.C. ...... 82Sp720p .. .... 114.1& .. .
and quality of any crop. tbe tops are closely shaved with a : 0 .. ..... 412p .......... ......FdnUailie................ 12RVp...... ...... .. .... ...... H27p1236a .......1210p Greensboro Vs.N. C "" ......... ...... .. .: : "
.W. j -: ...... 421p M ....a............Melbourne................ N 1224p .... .... .... .. .. .... ....... 130p Danville, .. ... aoTp.....,. 415a. ... ::::
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which sharp boe every two days for several! IIQ.. .. ....... 4&ip ..................Roseland..".............. .".. p fA ...... .... .. .. .. 6Cna4BOa ... ... 625p RlcbmondV5. ......1200n2IRp....... Hoop ... .
months the tubers will perish.! The bit- : .... .601p ..... ....... ...Heba tlan.................. Il esa .. Po II II .... .. 2a5a...... 3 2fip Lynchburjr, Va. ... .s. 368. .. 2Mp.. .1..:."
*ell tow to buy and use fertilizer. with p .. 61'p! :.................Ht. Lucie.................. 10 M. ...... fIt ....:: ...... :..... / .. BWp Charlottesville, ...... .::. 1223a :.... ....
greatest economy and profit. ter cocoa is the most difficult of all veg- p ay: ...... 815p .. ..............".Fort Pierce................. .. 1048. ...... i. ...... ...... ... ... 7B5a9l2a ...... 90Rp/ Washington ... ... 920p .... ......
etable nuisances to destroy. The common 111 841p" .............. ".. Eden................... 10O6a . II .... ... ..... ..... 1125p\ Baltimore ...... 9 TBBp/ .. .
OERT1AN KALI WORKS, nut is bed enough.Few iii -,: IU'p ...."............ Jl'1IlIt'n' .............. 1000aZCo -..itaypj .. .. ....:. .",. 1135a900p .. ... .26fA Philadelphia .............. :15a--------- ::- S22p2GOp ... ... .."....
grass aN 81i1'p ............... tltu.rt ................ 1I6Oft 2111I .... .... .... .: 203p....... 623a New York, :a: .. ....
oj Nassau St., New York. -: 0.111'' 72tlp ................HobeHound................ Ilia Daily b ....:. .. ... .. .... .... ... 300p "...... otIton..:.... ... ... BOOa... .. :::::
F: Tn 781p ................West Japtter............... 1IO'f. F.'JI: "Uto Q
Oracihoppern In Kama o a ...... .... T ii p Lv .Jacksonville r Ar ...... ...... ...... 910 -
TIT s: S lap ............West Palm Beach".......... 88Ja fI1jjji 820a .1. ? fr;
A number of years ago-a long time ) 124a 83' .......... ........ oynton............. ..... 9USa1026p fit 1030a ...... .. ... .... 9B5p60IU Ar.... Everett..... Lv ...... ...... ...... SIN sin,
p .... ... ...... ...... .. .. !
h 1411. 84jp .............. .... Delray. ................ 767a10U2pte .i 440p .... .. ... ... I...... Atlanta. ; HOOp alii
ago-a lot of grasshoppers did consider ................ ..... 925a ..Chattanooga.. ...... ...... ...... 6 ..
402."BP" .... .. .....Fon Lauderdale..........., 1O'f. leap lOp ...
ar SWEET POTATO TROUBLES. able damage in Kansas and once in a : te Il4a,IOlUpI": ............. Lrmon Cit,. ............... 8Ua 556pe x:; .720p........ ...... ..... 730p ...Cincinnati... .. .. ...... ...... ,. .....

-- while nowadays a hopper goes tearing 4.' l\_ ......... .. .... ..Miami.... .... .......... 615.6 .ttf -
.some PI..nllcor the Sweet Potato. No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 11 :3aa. m.
and lion to Trent Them.The madly along the pike scaring! the pedestrians iIETWEEN N1:1V S3IYRNA: AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION For New Orleans trail leaves Jacksonville 920 a. m., withthrough: sleepm" tr

horses and mules that may hap No. SiNo II I IITATIONS.: No.2 o.ii riving( >ew Orleans 7:40 a. m. (,..1) through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New i 01.

'. sweet potato being an important to be passing along. On thia account ) Lv......... .. ...... .... New Smyrna ....... ...............Ar frMj) 6 6awlpii21s P leans:25 .p. m.
,. '. crop in Maryland it has received eon pen .....................s..Laka Helen .................. ........ .Ly 1210p 440p4Utp SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
fliderable attention from tbe state eta- people fell into the way of calling 11:11. .r.. .. .. .............. Orange City. ......................... 120011 .24p4oolII4. Xos.35 and 36 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clnclnuu
Kansas the "Grasshopper! State ;" n Ar.... ... .. .. .. ...Orange city Junotion..... .. ............ 1165.' .161 Sleeper. via Ashevllle..Von. .
: iion. Not long ago a valuable illnstrated name that can applied to other states All trains between New Hm1rn. and Orange Cites unction Dally except !:Iunday.nfo.TWto .33 and 34 carry through: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection vl0
report (bulletin 69) was published, de- 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
.' just as pertinently as it can to Kansas ".N 1'1'IU"VILLNAND +ANM4/Iti). .30 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta tOl
cribing the in Beet 8 injurious to the and Cincinnati. Thin Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37. .
and here ia a story from Indiana that No.111 STATIONS. No.IJ Chattanooga:

k ;plant and indicating proper remedies. knocks out grasshopper story that 700. Lv..... ... ... ... .................TltUJl\'Ul... ................... ............Ar T'p All baggage: will be checked from the Union Union Depot. Tickets ticket office.will still be Bold at the city tick)
.. "This is now followed by an account of I any : ..............:......................Mims.......... ......................... ...Ly l1Rp offlce.20'4 Ifogan Street as well as at depot ?
\ ."Some Diseases of tbe Sweet Potato was ever told on Kansas: .....................................Osteen...................................... II 1167. L. A. SHIPMAN, A. G. P.A. F.C.WRIGHT Die Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay Jt!
"At Portland Ind., last week a Mr. 1111&// ....................................Enterpri ........................... 1185a A. O. :MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.
.and How to Treat Them" (bulletin No. .. ...... ...... ................ Juntion......... ,.................. .. 1126&II
.... CO,) which will be of interest in all Whiteman found a number of half eke Ar ...... .. ...... .. .. .... ... ....Enterprise .... ... ....... .. ................ ..... 11 no. -
grasshoppers infesting his residence trains between Titusville and Sanford
; regions here the crops is extensively grown Daily except Sunday.
and feasting on his lace curtains

; grown. having already eaten several large holes KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The ,
All the diseases note are produced -
,4. ttiy: small parasitic plants called fungi.A in them. A search was made and 20 steamer of the Florida Emit Ooaat Steamship Company are appointed to gall at! followility .

fungus is composed of two partsvegetative little hoppers were found and cremated.It Lr..m"III'. From Miami 11:30: p. m. Tuesday and Fridays. Arrive Key SouthernRailway
f ia supposed they were hatched out "<; of Key West 1:80 p. m. Wednesday and Saturdays Train 85 connect
'' and reproductive.! The vege.r \V...." to awl I with steamer.
lot of house
;' 'ftative part is composed of threadlike among a plants. from Key WentIMrrot. From Key West 8:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Arrive .

: jBtrnctnrea which are hollow and which Kansas people who occasionally wan I Miami 830 a.m. Thursdays Sundays, connecting with train 78.

t : grow in or on the tissue of the diseased der back to Indiana for the purpose of St""lnllblp .. From Miami. & a. m. Mondays ADd Thursdays. Arrive Key
visiting tbe old homes of years gone by West 7 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays Leave Key West 9 p. m.
; plants. The reproductive part alwaya come back with stories of the ami" IlavanM same day' Arrive Havana 6 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
"of small, round or elongated bodies From Havana sailing direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesdays Excellent Service Out of Florida.

"_, -called spores which have the ability hard lines that people encounter in the and Key W".t.and Fridays. Arrive Miami 5 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,
eastern states, and it must be a meager connecting: with train 78.
under favorable conditions to produce
lay out when even tbe grasshoppers These Time Tables show the times at which train and boats may be expected to arrive and NORTH EAST WEST.
:new fungi./ Some spores may retain have to seek the shelter of residences depart from the several stations and port, but their arrival or departure at the times ,
r 'their; vitality fcr several years if the Stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Oumpaay hold itself responsible for any delay ort
and eke ont off of therefrom.For .
a precarious living consequences
conditions for germination are not fa copy of local time card call at 224 West Bay Street Jacksonville or address
lace curtains.-Kansas City Journal
4 vorable.'Diseases and remedies are suianuarized J.P. BECKWITH Traffic Manager. J. D. BANNER A. G. P. A. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS THOROUGHFARE

St. Augustine. .
follows: Drunken Itl...'. Laek.I -- -- -1'y
Black Hot.-Both stem and root lIa- COACHES,'VESTIBULED.TRAINS.
Mitchell Peters a' Shawana Indian.:
"He to be attacked by this disease. '
I Is a living witness of a drunken man's
Cannes the diseased part to turn black, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

-as the name signifies. May attack the luck.Peters
was one of the driving'crew Through Vestibuled Drawing-Room Sleeping! Cars between Tampa and New York
young seta in the bcd or it may not ap-' via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia without
I that broke a big jam above Sturgeon : change.
..1e1ll until the plants are in the field.
Falls, MVis. He made the desperate attempt
Remedy.-Discard all diseased sets. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
of to the river
trying cross on a
'with bordeaux mixture if an attack
ttlprB'y log and was carried over the falls. The Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville. and New York,
is feared and do not plant in the via I bavanuah and ,Columbia.
Falls are 40 feet high and consist of two
esanie field where the disease appeared
pitches and a rapids. Peters was given t rJ
last season. I Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,
I for dead and the driving crew
Soil Rot.-Attack is confined to tbe up Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pullman .
thought[ it useless to search the river
roots and tubers giving to them the _
of a string of beads of irregular for hid body as the logs were piling Drawing-Room Sleeping. Cars to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga md
appearance Cincinnati.
size and shape over, the falls! at a fast rate. :;

the of all when
Imagine surprise!
F'c Rotate Treat the '
Remedy.- crops. : Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
t Peters walked into camp the next morning -
.'roll with sulphur-400 pounds to the .
= for breakfast. Some thought it was cyry Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
Bowed broadcast and worked in.
acre hilt ghost until he was in their midst.
"ro the 1ulpbur maybe added with advantage : NCF
lIe had been swept down tbe river by "LAND OF THE SKY"
the same amount of kainit.
the rushing water and up against the

r 1; Soft Rot.-Attacks tubers. usually river bank and be managed to crawl :: 4- -.r '4 Bally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.
after stored. Tubers shrivel.
'" ont and went to sleep. A few scratcheson ..: 1f
DIack iiiuRHea when skin is broken and .r
his head were the only injuries sus For detailed information as to rates, schedules sleeping car reservations eto., apply to
,. ,.- disagreeable odor. tained. any agent of the SOUTHERN! RAILWAT or its connections.'

Remedy.-Avoid bruising the tubers. ,
f The Sturgeon falls ia one of the most
. in at of .
tore dry places a temperature
treacherous places in the Menominee R. W. HUNT Florida Pass. Agt., 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla
about 70 degrees, remove and burn diseased -
t. #' tubers as soon aa they begin to river region, end a few years ago three oil' rJk. J..M. GULP V A. TURK, 8. H. HAEDWIOZ,

y girls were swept over in a boat and Traffio Manager Gen. Pass. Agt.. Aeet Geu. Pass Agt.
: decuy. drowned. Chicago Times-Herald. Warhington D. a Washington D. C. Atlanta, a.
f : Stem Rot.-Dark lines appear on the
April 10, 1899MALLORY.
@t totem just at the surface of the ground.
A Street Paved With Glass.

Wine turns yellow then black tbrough- Not satisfied with cobblestones and 'Tri-"r cckly Sailings :=
out, unless rooted at some node beyond
wood the city of Lyons France ,baa
"tr 'which it remains gleen.lIseaseextends
been experimenting with glass as a
1 downward and causes part oft STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida
upper street pavement. Since ]last November .
; : tuber to decay.tubers Short shoots from part the Rue de la Repnbliqtie has been BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

I 'decayed laved with devitrified glass. This new
New York,
Rotate Use
f F: Remedy.- crops. only
crigorons sets. product is obtained from broken glass (Calling\ at Charleston, S. C., both ways) f Philadelphia and Boston.
heated to of de-
White Rot.-Attacks tubers only a temperature 1,350 From Brunswick (direct), to New York.

I, :hiving Remedy them,-a Rotate white.cbalky crops. appearance.Use only trees hydraulic and force.compressed'The glass in matrices pavement! by ia The Finest .Steamships in the Coastwise Service h i '"vs To make connections PASSENGER with steamers SERVICE.leave Jacksnniilon

aid in the form of blocks eight inches Se5ot4
I on Thursdays at &:20 a. m.,via Fernandlna
vigorous square each block containing 16 parts I tt (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6:3Of.m. I'mner.
I (1.l
Dry Rot. Attacks underground parts route. Or via all rail leaving p. m /
In the form of checkers. These t
blocksare 8
', to them wrinkled pirn- & I'.), via Everett and Southern n'). Arrive IJrunswick
'i ronly, giving a
I Interior of diseased tu- so closely fitted together that water The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. 1>. m. Passengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer
cannot pass between them and the .
t hers becomes dry and powdery. whole pavement ]looks like one gigantic Direct Service Betweeh PROPOSED SAILINGS
Gather and burn all die.
Remedy.- draught board. Aa a pavement it is! said Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3::001". m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brniu'l

#' fatted roots at the time the crop is bar- to have greater resistance than etone ; Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points. FridayJune30.( .........., ........ ....... .COLORA1/O ... .... ... .......... ..... .FridayJujT!11;

\vested..Scurf.. It is conductor of cold and ice )'rlclay.July7. .... ..... .... ........ RIO ORANDE... ...... ...... .... ..... Friday, ? L:
I .-Attacks underground portions a poor Friday 14.........j.\ .. .... .. .....COLORADO.... ...................... ..Friday, s ,
:, will not form on it readily. Dirt does (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) Friday, .L..RIO GRANDE.... ......... .. .... ........Friday,
I to them rough
only giving a
t brownish and sometimes shriveled ap not accumulate upon it BO easily aa SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS i For general Information, steamers trains,rates etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to

;. pearance. upon stone and it will not retain mi Southbound....................... ....."..... ........ '." ..... .......from Lewis Wharf, Boston BASIL GILL S. A.,220 W. Bay St.JacksonvilleH.

i j' Remedy,-Discard all diseased tubers crobes. It ia more: durable. than stout Northbound...... .......................... .............. from foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville .H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
and just aa cheap. ',
in producing sets, and rotate crops. C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River and 385 Broadway N. T.HOfflESEEKEBS .

l' Leaf Mold.-Leaves become sickly, Ace .( BOB** Poraaer...e.k.... .

,'. 'brown spots appear upon their upper When elected speaker years ago. Qauaha Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

.". ",:' I 'surfaces and white spots upon the nn- A. Grow, who is still living anda

s .der surface. member of congress, was bat 38. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .
!t, Remedy.-Destroy all related weeds. <
James G. Elaine 80 when he
was was and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River.
\ Spray with bordeaux mixture.Kndlr first ,called to the chair Thomas B. Jacksonville Palatka Sanford Enterprise, Fla. .... ... .. ... ... .. ..
'J' Rood[ was 00 when he waa selected for .
Cor 1'la.Unr.
-: he first time, and Mr. Carlisle was 48. MUUGHISON,
'The land should be well prepared.
Others ban been older'aDd few I
',., sand, if the fodder is wanted plant Instay but M a general thing a the Leave Jacksonville 8:00 p. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays. Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for
: nd the stalk Is much better than speakers bave been chosen from Leave Sanford 5:*0 a. m., Mondays and Thun a)'..

". :Jt would be planted earlier. Plant in I men copy of theFlorida
in tbe of because
who are prime life partly

drills three feet apart not too thick. they are compelled to undergo Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W Bay St., Jacksonville.
Cultivate well. If the field' be
can strain at times and becausethe ,
fttarned into in winter gather the grain great partly .
; men must be legislators who hue W. It. P. A.. I T, IRONMONGER,Ja., Fla. Pass. Art., East Coast Homeseeker,
-wbem it dry and when desired turn
had long experience on the floor and w"uunjjlowly OreeuNewTork.tut, West Bay St.,JacksonvilleKla.
the stock in. They will eat it down C. LOVELL Asst.Fla. Supt., | JOHN. L. now AItU. 8uperintend.nt.JacklOn.l1Ie. .
are thoroughly acquainted with parliamentary Fla. I roo Hotn( 8t.. JacklOn.iUe, Fla.
.do to the if it ia not
j e ground planted practice.-Cincinnati Com- TIIKO. O. EOKIt T. M., 5 Bowling Green New York.

too early says. a correspondent Texas mercial Tribune. WM. P LYDK CO., GeBr.l Ace.te.I .

mum and Uanc;.h. If desired to remove BowUnajGreen.New, 1.80. Delaware Ave., PhiladelphiJOB 't.
We have lands for Fruit and
Growing Trucking Tobacco Growing,
rtlteodder to feed lot, cut while fodder --

': & green and put up in large shocks.. ...Pork With Seas.Cut PRINTINGOF : Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in tha United States.
When It is cured and you can get a .
a pound of pork In slices, and
to feed lot and
lamj spell, remove pot Apply to
r' ia ricfci ai desired. these iu large dice. Have ready a pintof \ %

apyt peas soaked overnight in cold ALL KINDS JAS E. Land Commissioner
Mtautard formula For Ilordmni. water. A carrot cut in dice may also be 1NGRAHAM

The standard formula for bordeaux added. Simmer all together for two
hours. Rice be used instead of Executed at theADVOCATE FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T .
jpaixture: aa presented by the Cornell may ."

ijutation. Is: peas, says an exchange. PRINTING OFFICE. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA-

Copper! sulphate: (blue vitriol_ ,! l), 6



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HOTELS--A11-the-3yeai'-roun(1. S1ABitElal:, 1'1A. SUGAR BEET DISEASES. rumoi': ciiAitoi;:.

Three Pnnaroae Troubles of Importune Any adult suffering from a cold settled'on

to llrrt Urn,..,.. the breast, bronchitis throat or lung-
ATLANTA, OA.IOTEL The Colonnades SEABREEZE FLA. Many diseases of the sugar beet are troubles of any nature, who will\ ) call alFred .

M. ChtUWs drug/ store, Tllusvllle,
known in the old world where' augur
or J. I'. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla.,
Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain beet culture has long been an Important will l ho presented with sample" bottle of

open all Mimnier. Surf:\ bathing, Ocean pier, tine tailing, shade trees, etc. indnstry.aml already some" diseases' have lloschee's Herman syrup, free of charge.
Terms reasonable Bus meets all trains At Daytona Station. become of consequence in this' country Only one bottle ,given:: to one person and

IIEIU1KRT E. SMITH, Lessee There are at least three in the state of none to children without order from

: New York to which Professor. H. }'. patents.No .

AJ;; w ____ Dnggar has. been devoting attention, throat or lung remedy ever had'
, and under the title, "Three Important such a sale: as llou'lice's Ul'tmnnIyrlll: >'
Beach House XE"1I0U! E, Fungous Diseases! of the Sugar fleet"bulletin In all parts of the clvlllrcd" woilil.! Twenty .

w NEW FURNITURE. ( 103. Cornell), he publishes. the years ago mill.n! of bottles were
given away, and jour drurgisis will\ tell
remits of his investigations.
yon Its success WHS marvelous It I is
1' ; !Sea Breeze avenue; one minute from Reach. Table tirst-class. Sea Food i n Beet rod rot was first brought to really the only tluont and lung n'medygeneially

y \ specialty Day, $1.30: ; Liberal weekly tel mil. Address! Professor Duggar's attention as a disease endorsed b) 1.11)IIlcIIIII.!; One

O. \V. SCHUYLEU, of small extent In the vicinity of Ding 75: cent bottle! will cine or prove Its value.
namton.. It wan afterward reported Hold by dealers In chill\ KM i] count!UK.Mis. .
4 t Beach House, Seabreeze, .Fla from several other places but baa not

I>f yr -------.----..------- ------.- yet proved' common. It may he the Albert Til)lor. of'Tallapnost (f,,..
TITUSVJLLI3. same trouble that has several times' wllteH: Unto used Dr. M. .\. Minuum*

> au been very destructive' to, the sugar bee Liver Medicine\ oT! and on, :2..i )i" ns for
r Industry in Germany. The first (evi 1'\11',111| I.her, and am hound\ to sny: T:

INRIAN RIVER HOTEL, deuce of an attack is. manifest in the 'think It bftter thiin Xellln's and Itln'clcDnuight
0 w %a having in ken quite a quantity:

: j. T1TUSVILLE, of all\ these medicines.

-R _r\ I r ti INDIAN HIVEU,
y It Is a lelony to run a craps game: In

FLORIDA Tennessee tinder a new law.
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:: The earth I"C'l\-c81'nl, one-i ", billionth -

A of tho heat of the sun.
ATLANTA, OA. ; J. O. BAST, Proprietor. .
; ARAGON OM,000 deaths Europe: 1(1( ate' hy
in i The Palace Hotel of the South. t_ -
violence; In (ho United States, II.
American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best The hotel fronts on the -----
lommercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocksom r\t> wide sweep of bay(7( ml leu Remember that the INDIAN Itivtcu
Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smokeom In width), formed by the s AUVOCATK does all kinds of job Diluting
, trams. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled .l" Indian River, making a at short notice i I'tJlIl them an older
yang hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, ; delightful/ summer ro- and be convinced! II.", it U the plied tohivvn
.50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.((>0 per day., i iii i'alr' Iiii IRh T ni i lid i, .+O1IhdAatohur ,'L1 n i sort. Constant cool i job ptlntlna done
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. ,7/1 qpy .r ., R .r r r + breezes front the sea and I .
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bay Flowing sulphur ea
Iae' SaYug;, !rt v t i c Ira apt ings. Special:\ summers FREE

he Holland ATLANTA, GA. per. ar.Tituevillo rates. CONSULTATION

27-29 Auburn Avenue.
with our homo treatment. Te- are>

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Hoarding Houses. CROWN OF HURT WITH LKAP M'OT physicians, and you get the benefit
of our expeilencc. No matter w&aft

MRS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, MRS DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUHVIM.K, FLA. and blackening the disease of! the soon bares works. of the into leaves the! your trouble IN, how simple or how

Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1C29.:!! crown and root proper, causing the In. hopeless, wo con do you good, and
Board and room, $1.00 per day When In nl'l'llof white or rye Bread, pies, to turn brown. This beetroot If wo I'lIn't0 will honestly tell
fl'tl'l111Ilrb! yoi
rakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery Yachts, board Ing houses,
Ilemlersonville N. C. hotels and families supplied rot is found to be caused by the so. Thousands of limed, weary, sick
name fungus which causes! stem rot 01 and hopeless people have been en-

carnations and probably produces some tlrcly and permanently cuied by

BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLK, FLA. of) the ."""tIIlllnl( oil diseases. Sixty
ILLCOTE bushels of air slaked lime
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per d.iy is suggested us a "means of securing a .
Special rates by week or month. preventive alkalinity of soil. OXYGENWhy

First-class accommodation for a limited number of guests, in a country C. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor. Professor Dnggar'i/ observations. 1 indicate

house, two and a half miles from town; /good driving, exceedingly healthy, that "leaf spot"( is n disease which not take heart aghln and inveatigate
and beautiful scenery., Address needs to be specially bronght to the attention
II. C. STOKES, Sick Headache, Wind on the Stomach of beet It beginsas this. great principle. Wo havethousands -
Hendersonville, N. C. Biliousness, Nausea, are quickly cUI'eahya l Dainty Accessories. of Dreaa. small brown sugar growers.with reddish" of testimonials. Send for
few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons The pretty things here illustrated spots purple book homo
on treatment wonderfulcures
margin, scattered irregularly over ,
Liver Medicine. comprise somo particularly desirable additions
JACKSONVILLE.MERRITT'S. to the wardrobe of the smart the leaf. In time the whole leaf is black to the sick, etc., free.
and crisp. As the leaves begin/ to parch
It nl the I'"raml. woman.
10 it
and dry they stand more nearly upright DRS. STARKEY & PALEH
Citizens of Memphis propose putting The hair aigret is composed of colored
that whole field' affect ,
so H
np mi office building modeled after the feather and silver sequin or olADDITIONS .
ed with the disease shows characteristic
celebrated pyramid. The present planis very lily Olrnrc1 I 8t., Plilln., 1-".
for pyramid 150 feet high. 150 by np wurnnce. Tho outer or
otel and Restaurant older leaves are of course first nflected. Ot IT fob IkaVirginiaHomes')
150 feet at the bane and running to a
and after the leaf stalks wilt these
tip. A seating capacity of 15,000 is ex
In meantime theplant
leaves shed the
MAIN STREET, pected and the cost Ie estimated at
Is endeavoring to supply this deficiency
50000. The main floor will be devoted
of leaves by continuing develop -
ld Placide Jacksonville Fla. /
tclinch uses us Madison Square Garden.
the center from
new ones front or
New York, is now put to. and the remaining I'4
the bud. In of this thecrown
RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. six' stories will be equippedfor consequence -
becomes considerably elongated
offices. The pyramid will probablybe : You learn all about Virginia LandsP.
American and European Plans. as in the first figure.As $
Florida Business Specially Desired. built at some point along the river to remedies! tho nnthor pays i For Its. rosdutccs, products! mode of cultivation
front, thus carrying out the Egyptian
several experiments have bl'enclJllll1ctl'lt 'Ices ,etc by reading tho
years pi ,
:'5fl to $ .00TALIAFERRO'S) j5cts. to $2.00 idea of the Nile pyramids! at Memphis. ,
by Professor Hoisted, at the Send
} American. European { VlrgittiutPartner/ lOcts. I
per day, per day. Grape Jnlee. New Jersey experiment station\ in the for 3 months subscription to the
of this dlseitNo and}
treatment ,
BARBER SHOP in connection with the Hotel. The editor of the New York Medical cesHfnl remedy seems to.e ut, hund a sue in Farmer Co., Y.ml'ol'lIVn,
milk e .
Times states that chemically and
the well known bordeaux mixture Numerous .
grape juIce' are almost Identical and
that the nutritive qualities of both are fungicides/ were experimentednpon ,' Choice .
but the bordeaux hasproved
he Travelers' HoteL.Ne almost; the name, a pint of each being vmixturu WlnosLlquore:>
most efficient. There is
considered equal to a pound of meat. every
,Management.us. How much genuine nutriment and food I reason to believe that by beginning/ the and Cigars.,,
sprayings' early the leaf spat may bo almost Guaranteed Pure.
the Next
from I fall
we get
N F. GARCIA, Proprietress. J. G. RICE, Manager. may grape ('Jtlrtllroventet! by the use of
when grapes are plenty, fill all the bottles TO A BMAKT WAI1UUO1IK. Sold at reduced
this fungicide If the dlsrusa continuesso
available with the expressed juice prices '
pearls and diamond Tho necklet is of disastrous RIIt was in certain lec-*
sealed hermetically and use it insteadof pearls, and cut steel forum the bow Imported
tlons during/ the past season, for success
Electric Electric Bells Baths, Complete Service. so much tea and coffee. Being under Wine,
Lights, brooch, while the other dainty neck arrangements must to their Tokwy
growers expect spray
mented it is nonalcoholic and
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. positively speak! for themselves.llrlrf beet with the same regularity/ us has from Italy.
nuintoxicating, and it is a good tonic.
f Take: car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. been found necessary growing/ pota John B. Togni, '

.. Mention. !
4U The Prince and Tradesmen.It toesAs
is apparently almost difficult fora Low grade molasses which formerly? to beet scab the following are Metropolitan Haloon, 12-1: East flay St,,,

OTEL U OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite tradesman to gain entrance to Marl- went entirely to waste Is now much presented among other points in the JACKSONVILLE( FLOUIDA.Wliol .
St. James Hotel the London residence used in Louisiana as food for hogs and! bulletin i The smooth surface of the beetroot
borough House ..*ala and n.I,,"......
of the Prince of Wales it is to horses.In .. may often bo disfigured lby wartyor
comfortaWe and as get __.__ _. .
Convenient to all of tbe city commodious rooms, O'
parts scabby excrescences. The texture of
tests of oats at the Alabama
within the lines of armed A variety
an camp.
homelike and efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant
special these is somewhat and Most Com-,
injuries corky or Tho Largost
stay. Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when la Jack' narrow glass door in the right wing of station, including foreign varieties -
sonville. very the palacfl is reserved fur such visitors Virginia/ Gray and Red Rust Proof, spongy/ and the larger diseased area plato Establishment South.

MKS. ){. O. FINLEY, Propr. and only those having an appointment' both American varieties produced the will show that the injury not entirely
previously arranged for by the prince's best yields of grain. superficial, but to some extent alters the GEO. S. HACKER & SON\. ,\

valets are admitted while several soldiers Theeneral/ and incidental Indications tisanes immediately underlying) inch

PABLO 1JEACJI. and minor officers of the law are of many experiments at the I

close about to. prevent the admittance Georgia station both in corn and cotton .

of undesirable persona point to the conclusion that the .

U tel Pablo. PABLO BY-THI:-SEA, FLA. more nearly the area of soil appropriated !
Lc&lcoal Treatment.Mrs. to each Individual plant approaches

Mild-Yon seem! to differ from the form of a square the greater will be
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First. the usual idea about coddling a man to the yield.

class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Hathing. Bed win hIlt consent.! According to your "There in ample time for cotton to

rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21; also theory, scolding is the beat medium for mature when planted as late as May," I
None but the
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. ,
winning satisfactory results.
boost food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to f 10 per week. % nays the Texas Farm and Ranch. ,
Mrs. Wild-That, my dear, id in accord "There i.I* an advantage hardly to bt
SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, with one of the laws of nature. overlooked our long growing seasons.If f

Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona Everything haa to be blown np before it we don't have the right kind of :t

----.- -- -- -. -- -- will 'come down. "Richmond Dis weather in March and Aprlj! we CHU MANUFACTURERS OF ,

ST. AUGUSTJNK. patch. ___________ wait until May or June for what we IIKKTB ArrKCTKD WITH tCAB. "
A Freak In Color. want." areas. The second figure shows two Doors, Sash, Blinds,

"LookI I There's a colored wets affected In a characteristic j
'ample."Do In HUll Professor Tbaxter dlscor ,J ; '
Algonquin Hotel. running. yon understand English '" In ner Moulding & Building Material
.. "Sure enough/. I They ought to advertise quired'the visitor. crud that {potato scab la caused by (the
'' growth the surface of the tuber of
him 'Warranted', fast black. on a
"No answered the attache of tht / \Varerooms.; King ,
Street ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. opposite
King -Philadelphia Bulletin. Chinese conrt. fungus/ which he named Ooi>ora vcables. Cannon Street.Charleston: .
r* Refitted, newly furnished and under "Ncr Russian?" Tho) remedy cannot cousiiA in this instance 4
Centrally\ located in the treatment of the seed
o new management. Different Now. of S. C.
"No. There' no OHO our learningany
i near all\ points of interest. Large sample la leafy gUwlea, by babbling brook, since the IIeel0 not disseminate the ,
I room for use of traveling men. Overlooking fur from the niwidlag cruwd in town of those languages. All wo need do disuse, nor can it consist in the treat.
*Y Plaza and Monuments. A full I loved la bangs with trifling book when anybody speaks is to take it for went of the land, since the experiment Sash Weights Cord and
{ view of the ocean and rolling breakers And watch the .umm r tan go down. granted that he in telling as to move
with liming, etc have t
Dulphnriug, not
from the piazzas. Baths'.., gas, electric And wtre a fair companion near on. "..Washington Bar. given satisfactory results. The only Hardware a
"' bells and a perfect system of sewerage. To while the boon with Idle chatI
knew no ple-iure half o d.Ba' .....- course open, then, (U the one of avoiding
Rates: $2.00 to '2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. there. I',. saw the end of thai, Sour Stomach Is one of the first tymp for the growth of beets any soil which Window and Fancy Glass
Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor.LAZA tom. of a coming Bilious attack. CureIt luring several yean previous hat produced -

For fair in a companion leafy glade on 1 metA a day, with a few dose of Dr. M. A. Simmons: scabby beet. A SPECIALTY.

And though I harbor DO rtrrti. Liver Medicine
FLA. la town all summer now I '1.,. ... Borne of the stations
HOTEL experiment
ST. AUGUSTINE, Y------ Palmetto Drug store, Hnytolla.

For aha moat bar the babbling brook' ."kar Mklt han tented the relative advantage. of I -

This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY It U centrally located, near The Idle hour, th* t.t.-a-t.t., cured at hum with deep and shallow cultivation for corn, Drugs, medicine, chemicals, fine toilet
OtItomce. Bank and Cathedral. And to her comfort I mail look OPIUM .FREE cf rtlauier."nl arid, oat of 110 cases recorded in only soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
And work la town to the freight.
Rooms, 50cu to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. Philadelphia cay North America 91 $.M MOtMLtl CO. live Instance did the deep culture give fancy toilet article In great variety
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. c.. 1M Worin fryor 'L be better result H. HUSTON, propr.



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Honor, the County Jndge, for the month D Cain,ferryman, .r. 600,Summer Excursion Rates to all
of June was examined and approved.The B A Conkling: ferryman,. 8 80 SGROCERIES- \AI- CARROZIZ: : :: ,
Cocoa & Rockledge News, publish the Itesort ,
chairman being absent, Wm. U.
Sharpe was appointed temporary chair- log list of stricken voters,. 8 00 FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
mm.! J P Brown,jailor,. . .3000 Summer excursion tickets are on sale KiM
Petition filed this day by W. J. Tucker taking care of cripple, 5 GO from June lit, to September 30th., limited Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage' Solicited,
under the new liquor law, for a license janitor, . ... .500 to return October 31st., 1899, via TITUSVILLE .
1 to sell wines, beers and liquors, in election waiting county com, 10 00 the Southern Railway, at very low rates, FLORIDA.
district No. 9. feeding{ county dog,. 2 00 to resorts In Virginia, North and South -
t On motion, the road report of J. 0. A Cbilds, repairs on jail and clerk's I Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
I, Fries, J. C. Mendel and W. II. Harris office,. . . . . . 31 13 : Northwest. E. ::I.J. :se: :c :seO.:
BENJ. JEROME was received and accepted, and there' A J Bucker, . :3 JOE "Summer homes" folders, maps, "f rand
W. .., I not appearing any objections to the L Brady, merchandise for Jail. 1 23; of the sky" pamphlet and other Interesting Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, f Fn

opening of said road, the same Is hereby J Pritchard & Son, material to repair literature sent free to any address And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
State Representative/ { PENNSYLVANIA declared a public road, and to be opened ., jail. 9'85; by applying to R. W. Hunt, Florida Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing Gron t:'
IKON( WORKS CO., for according/: to survey.On material to repair Passenger Agent, 212 West Bay St.:) Jacksonville : the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit exclusively h
the Sale: of riLOIJE OAS ENGINES, motion, the road report of G. E. jail,. . 7 97 Fla.ROBBjS. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO. your patronaft'
Marine and Stationary.: Dutton, J. P.Christensen and M. Segnard I R E Mime, repairing roof on jail 5 SO Titusville, FlaLosley .
was received and accepted, and these Bond Lumber Co., lumber fur jail 4 83 -
(' Selling Agent (;Or. rAN ACETYLENECAS not appearing any objections to the Tom Johnson, work on jail. . 2 75 -
MACHINES.: Safest, Chi-ap- opening of said road, the eamo is hereby T J Cockshutt, registration officer, 10 41
cut and (Jest light for private dwell declared a public road, and to be opened A A Stewart, clerk Co Com. . 135 00 & GRAHAM & Motlo ings and stoic*. according to survey.On II accountant. 15 00 ,
4. prices motion, the road report of S. F. clerk circuit court. 32 5J: (Successors to I.OSrEY, RENAEER CO.
For catalogues estimates, Glbbn and J. O. Fries was received and clerk co 1550D ...Iavv yera... )

y, address, accepted, and there not appearing L Gaulden, county judge. . 2.; 00M Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rams Gins
ry BCN.J. W. JEROME, objections to the opening of said anl. Goldsmith, pros. at 'y. . 33 33 WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND and Whlstl

Rockledge, Fla. the same Is hereby declared a public Electric Light Co . . . I 900 Bottled Beers Ales and Stont ----
r,tad, and to be opened according to survey. T T Wetmore, ice . . .0. 165 UNITED STATES COURTS. -
Stationery, treasurer's office. . 1 25 A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Tables.
The Anhenser-Basch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumotm Upon considering the petition of the A Bennett locks . . 75 -
committee, D. L. Gaulden, Geo. M. Alice Faulkner! nursing pauper 1434 ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful) attention !given to mil
: St. Louis Keg/ and Bottled Beer. Robbins, John M. Dixon and F. Doe W L Hughlett, attending pauper 14 00 ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY'& MOTLOW, Titusville,Flt.

t'; Bold by 1\lel" Lesley& :Motlow, TUutvIIle, Fla. for the levying of a special tax of five A A Ford, fish warden. . . 4000) for Lands in Bward and Dade
By Mr. .J. U.Crabb Comw, VIa. mills upon the taxable property In road Am't paid to paupers. . . 162 00 =
i It; Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. district No. 2, for the purpose of providing A L Hatch, house rent, convicts 10 00 Counties. INSURANCE Protect Your
good roads in said district; the J 0 Fries, making estimates. . 20 00 FIRE
, : ...JOSEPH ZAPF... said petition being presented to the It bal inspecting roads 60 00 Pr Agafnst ,

Board this July 5, 1890!)! at a regular L K Meyers, road work. o. 2 00 We have a large List --
Wholesale Beer and Liquors meeting, and It appearing to the Board J A Carllle, road work . 2 00 LIGHTNING: and: OYOLONEs.
that said petition, with the signaturesand J C Mendel, road work . . {9 00 of Lands owned by I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
West nay Street, marks attached thereto, have been W II Harris, road work. . 6 00 Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
published In the Star, a newspaper pub- T J Cockshutt, fore land' tax levy 4 ourselves and cjients. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety' Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
A JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lished in Brevard county, for the space J Mendel, notifying owners 2 70I For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCHUYLER,
',/ rj' of two weeks before the Board met to Road work, district Xo. 2. '0' .., 05 Titusville
bear the petition and the proof thereof FE CRy, 5 cars shell dint No. 2. 65 00 Price for unimprovedlands Flu.

Southern Home made by affidavits of the publisher anJfiled N E Kinnard bdg dist No 4 5 00 -
with the Board, and the Board of Road work, district No 4. . 5 00 $3 to $100
County Commissioners of Brevard county C H Rooks) lumber for bridge for

Mocking Bird Food having proceeded to examine the district No 5, . . . . 91 00 per acre.
same, and found, by comparison with' Road work, district No 5. . 50 60
the registration list of road district No. 2 J P Brown, feeding prisoners.... 10 40( ; The Worst Thing: You Can Drink
25cts Ib.5lbs. WE have few Residence
at the date of its presentation and with On motion, it was ordered that the Orange
t the county tax list, that petition contains printing done for the Board at this Grove and, Pineapple Properties in desirable ,'! ,. Is water, when it is impure; bat pan
for $1.00Fresh a majority of the registered votersIn meeting be given to Jhe Florida Star. locations. Prices Reasonable. ,. ,..;'.' water is absolutely essential to health,me
Every Day. said district owning land therein; we, On motion, it was ordered that the f\ the only way to be sure'that it is cleans
the Board of County Commissioners of
specifications for bids for the working, "
.,r Manufactured by Brevard county, Florida, declare the altering and keeping In repair all public TITUSVILLE a from all Impurities is to purify it through
HENRY THOMAS proposal of levy of the special tax men- i roads and bridges and opening new OFFICES' I{ and MIAMI. r. 1 one of our superior water coolers. It may,
tioned In said petition carried; and it is roads and building new bridges in Bre save your life I We have the best that b
La Villa Pharmacy, ordered that the levy of the special tax vard county, for the period of one year made, and in all styles and sizes.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., of five mills for the purpose of providing from August, 1899) to August, 1000, pre-
good roads in said district No. 2 upon pared by the county surveyor, under the I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the taxable property of said district, be supervision, !of the Board of County Commissioners East Coast Meat Market -4al.

t+. and the same. Is hereby. made.< for the be filed and approved; and L .,
For Sale. year 1899.) that advertisements for the same be published 1 I
On motion, the estimate of the School in the Florida Star, 'a newspaper O. F. DUREN, Agent.CD rgrr iff,
Board of Brevard county for $10,110 to published In Brevard county, until the
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre run the schools for the next fiscal year next meeting of the Board, the first CD JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. was placed on file. Tuesday in August, 1899. w- 4_ _. ,
4 Cheap for cash, or will make liberal On motion, it Is ordered that $300 be The Board adjourned to meet again G3.o : ..
$' terms. Address, transferred from the line and forfeiture the 27th day of.July, to sit as an equalization !- p' Titulsville, F1a.
C'OUKTI.A2II BUCKHAX, fund to the prisoners' fund. board. -
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. On motion, it is ordered that as the aCD
tax assessor has been unable to completehis _w sa.: .
tax books for equalization in time ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a
"Sain I'erkins.I.s Dyeing." for this meeting of the Board, as he did Is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Price:

not pet the books in time to do so, the and particulars on application to n good share of the balance at or near
Gentlemen's clothi k Cleaned, pressed Board extended the time of the assessor Tnos. C. WATTS & Co., -==- -toc4 IN aEo ,
And repaired. Dyeing in all Its branches. to July, 1809. v Jacksonville, Fla. : CDy the STOVE and
Old clothing made to look equal to new. The treasurer made his monthly report p a
? All orders by mall or express promptly) on the different funds of the county, Titusville Florida.
attended to. Prices low. Work good. where examined and approved. W. II. Pineapples.The GASOLINE or OIL STOVE will: make,the cook room comfortable.We .
Satisfaction guaranteed Sharpe and J. N. Waller were appointeda
t SAM PEHKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, committee to destroy the warrants Now York Journal of Commerce sell PATENT SCREEN CLOTH at Jacksonville prices.
Titusville, Fla. turned over by the treasurer. as per reports that the pineapple crop has not NEAR & TAYLOR
.r- 10 years in Sanford, Fla. schedule. The committee performed been at all satisfactory, on account of Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.rnr .
that duty and were discharged. The the rather poor quality of the fruit, both ,
treasurer also had certificate attached I domestic and Imported. The Florida Artesian WellCONTRACTORS FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
B3T Reading notice hds. on this to his report showing that the balances crop {is believed to have been considerably h F_f(1, Y I
< are live cents line week. his report chled for, are on deposit in short of the crop of last year, on account
per per
the Indian River Stale Bank. of the cold weather in the penin- ,
:4 On motion, the petition of J. T. Stewart sular during the spring. It appears, by n' 2 When in'JACKSONVILLE: t CLYDE.
: I et al., to seed the lighthouse,: in Bermuda the way, that the Florida pineapple is ) Ean Galiie, Fla. v Visit rarTHE
grass was received and filed. gaining recognition as the finest fruit of .
V The report of the supervisor of roads its kind that goes to market, just as the The finest SALOON in the South.
was received,. and as the same is too voluminous Florl orange has won its way to the
.to be published, the same has 'front. A leading New York dealer a
been placed on file in the clerk's office day or two ago said that owing to the PIANOS,, ; ; High Grade The best liquors that money can bij
for reference and inspection for anyone scarcity of the Florida pines, he believed
who wishes to do so. large quantity of Bahama pines had :
On petition of A. Faber, et al., for a found their way into the country PIANOS i ii Only Selected, of all the favorite brands constantly on haqd.
public road from Barnes branch to the through Miami and been shipped to all
Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c.; with bottle of Export Beer.
Black road, the Board appointed T. A. parts of the country and readily disposed PIANOS 1 = No agents to add
x. I I Robinson, R. L. Dixon aod .1. O. Fries to of as "Florida pines." Since Imita- ; : expense. SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.
view, mark and lay out the same and tion Is the sincerest flattery, that is an
make their report to this Board on the acknowledgement that Florida producesthe Benefit Given to Customers. --

first Tuesday in August, 1399. best pines, as well as the most deli- Write for full particulars
s* On motion, a permit was ,granted: to cious of oranges. '
M. Von rite elow to carry a Winchester DAVENPORT KERRISON, GAY BROTHERSLI'Palatka
repeating) No. 8027, clb. 4.V70.:
On motion, It is ordered that D. L. Death of An KnglUhman. Director of Conservatory of Music,

Gaulden and J. O. Files be appointed a 310 Main St.,'
committee to draw up forms ..for road Last week Mr. Wm. Willett died of GROCER
For Sale Florida.
; contracts and bonds, aud have same apoplexy at Maitland Fla. Mr. Willettwas JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
: piloted. an Englisman of wealth, who, a few ,
'Pineapple slips{ and suckers, five varie the consideration years ago, settled at Maitland and
Upon of the We make '
petitionof a Special Feature of our
; very. Enquire of 2T As an advertising medium, no
bought of the finest
C. A. Robinson properties
J. C. Frlnk
tI'; G. C.
JAMES: ANDREWS Eden Fla. on,the East Coast can beat the
there. It is located along the north
Coon, E. Shattuck/ W. F. Richards,
shore of Lake Maitland. On it ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Mail Order
P. P. Cobb, K. B. Raulerson, J. C. Ditt- was an Department.
and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. .
1 For Sale. mar, C. T. McCarty and J, N. Waller for extensive orange grove. The house .
ass the levying of a special tax in Road District which was on the property at the time

Porto Rico pineapple slips. July delivery. No. 5, for the purpose of providing of the purchase was burned a few years Knowing how difficult It Is in some localities to .get GOOD OROCERD
Inquire good roads In said district, the said petition ago. lie had replaced it with another. CHEAP, families can send'us their orders with the assurance of having them filu
ofP. being presented to the Board this :Since coming to Florida his home had AGENTS WAo."TED.For "The Life and and
and satisfa'tor
BKUTELSKX, promptly carefully; we know the quality and prices will be
.' Mtcco, Fla. July 7th, lS9t>, at a regular meeting, and been a hospitable one. lie was who a man Achievements naval of hero.Admiral Hy Murat J>Dewey Halatead: the world'srreateat the We carry he most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and bar'
of liberal and culture had
it appearing to the Board that said means friend and admirer of articles
petition re-long the nation's idol. many not usually found in other and smaller houses.
with the signatures and marks attached seen much of the world. He leaves a Biggest and best book;lover BOO pages, 8xlu -.
thereto have been in widow and two sons, both men, one of Inches; nearly 100 pages halftone Illustrations. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST
To Pineapple Growers. published
1.50. Enormous demand. couimlsons.
Only | Big -
whom is at home at the otherIn
the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE present; lifetime. J
news- Outfit free. Chance of a Write -- -- --
Smooth: Cayenne and Abbaka pine- paper published In Brevard county, for England. The remains were burled ulcic. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
apple plants now ready to send out. Are the space of two weeks before the Board iu Maitland cemetery. Caxton Itldg., ChlcaKQ. E. A. WADDELL

from a pinery here not injured by last met to hear the petition, and proof thereof ,
winter's freeze and are especially vigor. made by affidavit of the publisher, Miami City and Dade _
} ous and fine Write me here at filed with the Board, and the Board of ESTABLISHED 1875. County I
St. Petersburg,Fla.JAMES County Commissioners of Brevard county

Morr. Fame, having, and found proceeded, by comparison to examine with the vsm..Aa. BOXTI3S:: : : cto CO. Real Estate Bureau. J I

the registration list of Road District No. I 1 1
Please mention the ADVOCATE when 5, at the date of its presentation, and
writing advertisers with the county tax list, that said petition GRAIN,, GARDEN ,SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS A Select List of BAY BISCAYHE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Vegetal)!
contains the names of a majority of ,
registered voters in said district owning 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Grope Lands t 01
-, land therein, we, the Board of County
BOUNTY COMMISSIONERS Commissioners of Brevard county, Fla., handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay West Coast.__.__._ .... "
PROCEEDINGS.. declare the proposal to levy the special Corn Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anJdark For a
for Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
lt at wholesale. State agents Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
tax in, said petition carried; and It Is .
further ordered that the levy of this Star Brand FerttllMr*-Guaranteed Analyst,Orange tree and Vegetable fertiliser.Par Ground ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
t TITUSVILLK, FLA., July 3,1800.J Bone Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate l'Otaaht Kalnlt etc. TheM fertl1llera bay DO Fertilizers Chicago, 111. Chicago, 1JL
,\ special tax of five mills for the purposeof superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Send<< for catalogue free.The .
The Board of County Commissioners providing good roads In District No. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
". .. mot pursuant to adjournment. Present; 6, upon the taxable property of said -,
J. R. Walker, chairman; J. Mendel, J. district be, and the same is hereby made -
Houston, Wm. II. Shaipe, and J. N. for the year ltoOO.: EIE .

Brown Waller,;sheriff A, A, Stewart, clerk; J. p ed On$14.31 motion for nursing Alice Faulkner a pauper.was allow l Southern Hide &: Skin CO. : : v WATCHES, CLOCKS, 1

The following business was transacted On motion, J. It. Walker was. appointed :1t.
L to-wltt The minutes of last meeting a committee to have the roof of the u t
were read and confirmed jail painted.On PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR Jewelry Diamonds, LIi
.i On motion, the road report of I,, K, motion, the following bills were IiB 1
Meyers, J. A. Carlile and J, O. Fries was audited and ordered to be paid: :
accepted J Mendel, county commissioner $10 40 Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax, Tallow; Deertongue, etc The (1o f S. ur Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Present IiS
On motion, there appearing to be J R Walker, u 10 COW

many and serious objections to re-estab II Sharpe 13 00 Largest Buyers of Alligator Skins in the South. FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR O B
lishing the road from Titusville to Wiley J Houston, 17 20
avenue as a public road, therefore the J N Waller, 29 40 Sllvelw IIG
prayer of the petitioners tiled on June 6, J Mendel minutes . A SPECIALTT.
copying 500 Office and Warehouses on Plant System, East Coast and J., T, & K. W. Tracks
h 1809, was rejected. making list of stricken Spectacles and Eyeglasses.': RILE3
Charges J.
.Dn) motion, the license report of Ills voters, . 2 00 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. paid onejway.; R. fl'
223 W, Bay St., jACKSOSYItts,

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