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 21, 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: UF00075918:00029
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, VICTOR BICYCLE SALE nearly over; RONPHALT ROOFING' Something -Note change of ad. of Chan. N. Finding on Iiullftn Itlver. AMONG THE HOTELS.

last chance. $28.00 cash will get one new. Guaranteed for six yearn. Write Welshans, on 4th page. -

nd Topics of General Interest. for a few days of for particulars toTiios. -W. R. Knox has the contract to Our Jensen correspondent says : VIIKRR: to stop. See list of hotel on i

F. W. BEERS C. WATTS it Co., paint the roof of the county jl1and\ Trolling' / for trout Is very profitable ns our Ith and 7th pages.
St. Augustine. Jacksonville, Fla. veil as pleasant Amusement here, all one
oclctr and General Gossip In connectionwith armory. man caught three bundled pounds one Illustrated folder of the fine East
Blioayne Bay, lake Worth, Indian, -One of the antl-germ water t fitters day last week others catching smaller Joust hotels, etc., to bo !given away, free,
Banana and Halifax Rivers, Key Went Judge D. L. Gaulden paid Orange -The ADVOCATE office, this wt'ek. can be seen working at the ADVOCATE amounts. at tho ADVOCATK oflice. Send two-cent
and all other Important Point along the City a visit this week. i Is redolent with the sweet odor of pine- oflice. See ad. on 6th page. tamp to pay postage. a

gMt Count of Florida. Brief mention of -Mr. Charles Hammondof( Cocoa, apples from Eden.: -Mr. Jas. T. Hogg, who bus been Mr*. II. M.1 KUglrr's Sanity. Whereto stop) in Tltusvlllo. Soo hotel -
Interesting Event from Varlopi Part. was in towu a few days this week. ad., 7th page; and boarding houxt
-Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of St. Augustine upending a few days In Daytona, returned -
of the World You| About Don't People Know Ton- Picked Know -Drink pure filtered water and keep bas been enjoying a visit to several to Melbourne yesterday An Inquiry Into the mental condition on 8th page.

lad People Our Society Editor and a large staff healthy. See those fine filters for sale by places in Maine. -Mr. W. L. Woodson, manager of the : (If Ida A. Flagler, wife of Henry M. Good accommodation for the summer

op by Correspondent Mattered along the Claude Walton, agent, Titusvllle.Mr. -Quite a large number of coloredmen American Press Association, Atlanta. "Ingler, of the Standard 011 Company, eason. Wrlto to H. C. Stokes: Ilenderonvlllo -

of tint Coast of Florida. Jas. T. Ball, the well-known have been engaged this week, repairing arrived town yesterday, and gave usa will shortly be made before n sheriff N. C. Superior location .

representative of the estate of W. P. the road-bed of the F. E. C. Ry. pleasant rail. jury, at the request of Mr. Flagler\ so Tho ADVOCATE: I III now on file at all
that committee be to
a appolntel
THE ADVOCATE, Sumner"" Jacksonville, was In town -Impure water is the cause of much -Mr. J. E. Burns, of Eau Gallic, who care for her estate,may say the New' York ho best hotel In Now York city.

in advance. Wednesday.Rev. Ickness. Remedy this by getting\ a fine has been on a trip to New York city, to Sun of Tuesday. Mrs. Flagler hall beentit Manager Chas, A. Merritt, of Merrilt'sHotel

$1.50$1.00 per" six annum months, Ie E. V. Blackman, of Miami, has filter from Claude Walton, Titusvllle. visit relatives, passed through here yesterday the sanitarium of Ur. Carlos F. Moonald and Restaurant,'JncksonvllU, hasecclvml

$2.00 an. to foreign countries.If been spending a couple of days or so In -Mrs. A. J. King, of lobe Sound, en route home. ) at Pleasantvlllo, N. Y., since many compliment for the
per Jacksonville and Titusville this week. stopped over here from Monday until -Mrs. B. F. Brown has been on the 1 SI\))?. Her property amount to more pretty, \Illustrated dinner card ho Issued

le returned home yesterday.Miss Tuesday, on her way to Tampa, to join nick list during the pant week or so, than 11,000,000, most personally lor the benefit of his guest on tho

you are in search of bargains, Beatrice Sanders, after a pleas- her husband. hence the Archdeacon could not fulfill fourth of July. Many of these card
the ADVOCATE columns carefully.If his down the river. were carried away a* souvenir
ant visit of a few weeks or so with the -Miss Blanche Bouknight expects to engagements A Noble flirt.
you are about to buy pineapplelips Misses Sallie and Bessie nail, of this leave here on Tuesday next, on a fournonths' Manager Fred Sterry, of Hotel Royal
or suckers, read the ads of those place, returned home on Tuesday.The visit with. friends in that popular Church Notice. One of our New York reader, In writIng Poinciana and Inn, I'alm Beach, Fla.;

ho have them for sale on 8th page. usual weekly dance of the TltulI- summer resort, Saluda, S. C. the ADVOCATK this. week, says: Mis and Homestead hotel, Hot Spring, Va.,
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine is said to be enjoying a visit to London
A.J. Tibbals a wealthy lady residing
and how to Ille Social Club took place in the Opera -Last night It was so cool that manyof service at St. Gabriel' Episcopal and> other cities In England. We believe
-Read about pineapples In New York City, has presented, a* a
them on second page. house, Wednesday night, when those our townspeople had to use a blanketto church, morning and evening, :Sunday free gift to the University Place Pros- his headquarters London I II at the M\ Idand -
repare who attended
spent a very enjoyable keep warm. This Is the kind of next. bytellan Church In Now York City, her hotel at St. Panoras.
-Misses Allne and Daisy Brady haveeen evening. weather we frequently get at night in Service at the Presbyterian Church, ;
hotel In Ocean ( rave N. J. the Irving.
Jo P. Greaves of Hotel Alcazar
Manager *. -
on a visit to Mrs. A. D. Penney, at -Have you given Little Bros., the Florida, during the summer. morning and evening, next SumUy. ton The proporty which I II valued at ,
St. Augustine, but now of tIle Orl-
week.Attorney John will officiate.
this Rev. A.
'ocoa, well-known fertilizer merchants, an order -Messrs. A. A. McDonald, of Hamp- Hughes 17(0)(), I II located on the corner of Beach ntal hotel, Manhattan Beach, N. Y., I II

C. T. :McCarty, one of An- for fertilizer ? If not, you certainly too, and E. W. Mlllican, of Waldo, arrived and Embury avenue. The Rev. Dr. ilnnnlng a series of social event, In-
ona's prominent residents, was in town should give this reliable house a trial In town. Wednesday, for the purpose -' Diet In Jarkoiivlll George W. Alexander, pastor of the hiding(n number of summer night hop*.
art of Monday and Tuesday.Mr. order, and you will not regret it. of examining the piney woods in ; church, hiss accepted the gift In the E ich dance will have a distinctive character -

and Mrs. Tom. R. Crook of -County Treasurer John Henry has this section. They are In the turpentine Warren English, fifteen years old, son name of the church, and the hotel will expressed In the costume The
business. and Michael of ho used this summer a* a homo for theyoung list will bo called a "Golf Dance" and
:litton were among the pleasant callers been busily engaged this week adding of Mr. Mis. Encllsh, TItusvllle.dled -
t this,office on Monday. mor'e shelves to the patent roller Iron -Mrs. A. A. Taylor and daughter, of at No. 810 Talleyrand Avo., women of the church. fine cd coat will bo In order The 'second
book shelves in County Clerk A. A. Cocoa, passed through here, yesterday; Jacksonville, on Saturday night of epilepsy We believe the above lady own a vlll be n "Mother Gooso" party.

-Attorney Geo. A. Worley, of MImi Stewart's fireproof( vault. on their way to Ashevllle, N. C., topc'iul ., The funeral took piano at ::1:11I:: () pineapple plantation at Tibbals, on Indian The Profile (House, historic and widely -
from River
retained home Wednesday, a the remainder 'of the Sunday afternoon from the lesldonce,
-Mr. C. A. Robinson summer. known from its possession of "the
Jacksonville\ and St. Augustine.Mr. a prominentand
isit to Is the wife of Cocoa's Rev. Mr. Atkinson officiating. The Interment -
welt-known pineapple grower, of ilrs. Taylor popular Old Man of the Mountain" and Profile
George Curry, of Key West, wai'iraong Eden, has the thanks of the ADVOCATEfor banker.Mr. was In woodlawn cemetery, ,Mnunt.IMKHiant lUio Hall Nln*.. Lake, I III receiving its loyal follower by

the passengers: on Saturday's a crate of delicious Abbaka and Geo. E. Coon, of Jensen, U ad- every train, and tho private cottages
orthbound train, en route to New York. Smooth Cayenne pineapples. vortising a now lamp on our 8th page: To ll" Marrlnl. A letter to the ADVOCATE from the tear the hotel are occupied In most

-Sheriff R. J. Chillingworth, of West -Vice-President J. R. Parrott and It makes its own gas, gives 100 candlepower White Mountains, says: The base bull case for the season. At this hotel will
be found G Butler Smith of
'aim Beach, who has been on a trip to Traffic Manager ,J. P. Beckwith, of the light, and burns seven hours for .The following ban been received at came on the Mount Pleasant diamond, Hotel Manager West who, I IR well known, atrtnond.
'ew York, returned home on Monday Florida East Coast I Railway, were calledto one cent. It l U said to be the most perfect this office, which announces the coming White Mountains, N. II., on Saturday, ) Key. ,
light. New York, by Mr. II. M. Flagler, this light on the market, and gives a better marriage of two of the most popular between the Mount Pleasant and the

of ducks is week, to discuss matters pertaining to light/ at less expense, than anything young people of Cocoa, whom we heartl- Ol'luondll, resulted In the following Hotel Ormond and ground, at Or-
-The killing Read summer Notice of Fishnd the road. ever offered to the public. Mr., Coon- Iv congratulate In advanco: "!\Ira. M. E. core: mend, are undergoing\ quite a transirmnllon -
igainst: the law. like other. "live" business men-Is anxious 11111 announces the marriage of her 1 :9 3 4 B a 7 Total. ( this Hummer. In tho hotel
Game Warden A. A. Ford on this -Mr. E. L. Brady, of this place, do- to bring this new "Sun Light Gas daughter, Viva 1'nrilicnla, to Mr. Arthur riniinil., 1 0 0 0. I 1 6 many change have been made; while
n :a o 1 0 0 0 a
sit riflttnunt,
'age. parted, on Wednesday, for Sweetwater Lamp" before the public of tho East Owen Lapham, Wednesday, July 2(1( litttorlan-O.., Uiiffv;; Maori) Mt. I'., Oe<>ii; iiA from tho ground on the west side, nil tho
Can or write to Claude Walton, Ti- Park hotel, Lithia Springs, Ga., where toast by advertising it in the ADVOCATE. 18IH; Cocoa, Fla. At home after Aug. Cannoll, ,Ins trees have been removed!, and thelawn
usville, about anti-germ water filters. he may remain two orthiee weeks lie Send to Mr. Coon, at Jensen, for circulars Bth, Cocoa, Fla." Vlien writing for information please may also visit Sullivan's Island and New concerning this new light. I: 3" U of the Halifax river Hotel Orinond tins
nclose York city ere he returns to town. StrukLeft( nut I l' it.. u a always been popular place with tour-
stamp. -Mr, F, C Stone, of this place, had a A FUh unit Ice Company.The un haa.I, a ::11"I\ ,
made the
ts- moro MO by happy-going
-Mrs. Geo. A. Russell, of Sebastian, -The Plant System Informs us they narrow escape from serious injury on Blake White
Dr. J. Umpire anti of tho
moved into In New style manager,
have new quartets about 7:30. In
the bound northon Tuesday morning com- '
was among passengers Florida Fish and Ice Company, items.. Anderson Trice
Tuesday's train. She said she was York. Their address is now at the Dun pany with a friend ho was coming down with a capital of 100,000, has been Incorporated
off to Boston for the remainder of the Building, No. 2W) Broadway, corner of Washington Ave. on his bicycle at a rap by letters patent from the Mrs. Kate McKnown Back With her Ashevlllo N. C., i II a favorite place
ummer. Reade street. Col. B. W. Wrenn and id rate, and while making short turn Secretary of State. The company will Family. with Irlt1l'itilRnll during the hot spell,

of St. staff should feel proud of their fine new by the ADVOCATK! otlice, ho ran into an have general offices at Jacksonville, and and The Rldgowood, kept by Mr.
-Contractor J. A. McGuire, quarters. Iron post with great force, knocking will conduct business In Florida; other Carr Mitchell, I 18 one of the best
Augustine, passed through here Mon- himself Insensible. Ho was picked up Mr. James MdKeown! nee Miss Kate of III famous lintels., ; Mr*. Mitchell hall
lay, en route to Palm Beach, to look after -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McFarland expect states and foreign countries, operating \olluy, who, It was alleged, eloped the
and carried Into the Eagle clothing stoic; nhowh her faith In our future by re-
and and vessels In
to leave for New York Boston steam sailing as repotted
the work done on Hotel of with W. W, Hainlln from
: first
now being May ,
is north but it was found that there were no Issue of the ADVOCATE. cently buying forty acre of land near
to-morrow. The former going a former
Royal Poinciana.Mr. connected with his bones broken-only a few bruises and a New Smyrna, and was supposed to have Sanford, on which a handsome winter
of upon matters orang'otl'ee gone to Europe, U back with her hus- will bo built and which I II
Joseph Dawson, one the best protection scheme, and will be gone good shaking up. tome now
band and two children. Mho1111 first
known and most popular commercial two or three weeks; while the latter is -Mr. J. }'. Thomas, writing us from COHEN BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE hoard from after leaving New Smyrna, : being planted In grsvo Lot those of
:ravelers on the road, was in town a going to visit her mother, whom she has Chicago : "Your pink I II read our people who-leave u* for the summer
says paper at Denver, (;01.,- from which place site how their
short while Monday, en route to points not seen in some yeais.The with considerable Interest by myself and wrote to her patent explaining' her motives > Kldgewood appreciation'.-Sanford by Chronicle patronizingThe

is far south as Miami. .big tent, used In connectionwith family. It seems to bo getting more Interesting and for leaving a* site did, denying
This popular dry
-Take note of change of ad. of James the Museum and Society Circus, at every week, and you are doing house on Bay street U bidding for hat alto eloped with tannin, and ask- The Crawford (House, In tho White
Pritchatd & Son, on 8th page. If you Titusville, on the Fourth, ban been taken much to draw the attention of settler. goods share of the trade of the East Coast or lug that she be permitted to go back to I Mountain, where will bo found the gen
are In need of good paint, do not fail to down carefully packed, and shipped to the East Coast. Your county should a other of Florida through the the parental roof. Since then a reconciliation dal! Henry Merrill, manager of the Royal
give; the above firm an order. They to Supt. C. B. Knott, of St. Augustine, fully appreciate the work being done by columns any of part the ADVOCATE. The above hall been had with her husband, Palm[ Miami, !barn opened the season In a

keep on hand some of the best paints on .. who was kind enough to loan it to themanagement the ADVOCATE, for I know of no town firm receives now and fashionable goods and she 1 III now living with him and her most auspicious, manner Many Improvement -
themaiket.Mrs. for the above auspicious up this way, of the size of Titusvllle, and have stock of two children at their 1'enruylvanla home. and change/ have been made since
where so good a paper 1 II published. I every day, a large Volusia County Record. last season, and In order not to be behind -
C. Stephenson and little son, occasion. was in the newspaper business some ready-made suits, skirts, waists, ale, the times, a now golf course hal

oho have been residing at Tibbals for -Editor T. J. Appleyard, of the Gate years ago, and I know whereof I speak Cohen hand. been t completed, which I II one of the best .
some time past, stopped over here from City Chronicle, Sanford, who, for several You deserve great credit. By-the-way, Bros are the Florida agents for Tax Statement of the shorter link at any other resort .
Sunday until Monday en route to Bowl- sessions, has been the honored and McFarland must be a hustler to make BO the Princess bobhlnett rufiled lace curtains tiotel. There I III only six hole, but the

lag Green and Braidentown for a visit of much-respected secretary of the Florida great a success of the circus, etc., on the and keep a larger stock of dry In For month of June, ISO! for taxes as- course I II iporty enough to satisfy the
a month or two. Senate, stopped off in Titusville a coupleof Fourth, the glowing report of which my !goods on (hand ,than any other house\ Messed and levied for the year 1808hoc. ; most exacting. '

hours last Friday, and gave our oflice friends and I read with much Interest In Florida. : ,f U.: Law of Florida
-Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, Miss Louise Samples sent by mall, and any Information 8.1, Chap : A dispatch from London, Eng. say:
his to
call. He he inventor of
was on way the ADVOCATE. Is the
and Master M ark Brown, of this place, a pleasant business supplied with pleasure. When TassiCollected!i Vet to >ho Collected I "The Now Carlton Hotel, which was
and West on con- scheme for and
Key the protecting
left on Saturday afternoon last for Say-; nected wltlr he Knights of Pythias. lie other trees from frost ?" orange ordering goods, please make two selections Gen'l fund mi7.71.. t ,:lH.71): ( thrown open\ to private view this after-
brook, Conn. After spending a monthor HO that Cohen Brow! may know /01.1 lifu>l frond. 7fJ.8H.( J.'lt.41! noon. I II likely to prove of great utilityto
so at that place, they will go to New returned homewards yesterday.Mr. second choice, should the first have FofrF.' fund', 140.S8.: -'474.IM visiting( American. Already this season

Hartford, Conn., on a visit to Capt. and C. Ainsworth, a well-known win. -Any subscriber who wants to buy a been sold before the order reaches them. Road fund, 421.71.: 1,4210 1 : London' hotel accommodation ha
Mrs. II. It. Jones, the parents of Mis. ter resident of Eau Gallic, is a large dual round-trip ticket, meals and berth Included This firm has an excellent reputation Poll, 10.00. 721.00:. / proved entirely Inadequate, despite the

Brown. er In wool at Grand Rapids, Mich., wheie over the Clyde Line, would do for fair and square dealing with their. -.. size of the Cecil and Northumberlandavenue '
-Mrs. J. W. Cronk and daughter, he has been kept quite busy of late. He well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE. customers, and all communication will 11,012,01 17,250.82: :.! hotel. I have heard many harrowing -

Miss Lillian, who have been spending has just made another big purchase of Titusville, Fla., for price. We also receive prompt attention Total ain't, collected, tIJ,7fJIJ.l2.:! : stories lately of newly arrived
2;,0,00lbs() of wool. Mr. Ainsworth, }. Cohen Bros will on all American vainly searching for room la
several weeks in Atlanta, passed through have a round-trip ticket over the )Ia prepay express Yet to be collected, 72.">O.H2.:
Titugville, Saturdayafternoon last, en writing\ U8 this week, says: "I hope to Tory Line, between Brunswick and New cash orders, amounting to *3 and over, every hotel In the west'end. The Carl-
route to their home at Jupiter. They' close up the last deal (of wool) next York, for sale. First-class tickets to any railroad point In Florida, except A. A. STKWAIIT, ton occupies) an enormous block of build.
found the weather warm and unpleasantIn week, and join my wife In Eau Gallic on domestics; and If the good are not Clerk Circuit Court Ings on the site of the old Her Majesty's.
Atlanta, and seemed pleased to get There Is no place like Indian River for satisfactory, the money will lie returned -. -- Theater at the foot of the Haymarket."

back to the East Coast, where we are"aving me" Killing of Summer ))UCkH. In every case. When writing\ for aam- A Hare Opportunity.The ---- ---

delightfully breezes. pie, do not forget to mention color, TheBetween IUdgewood.
Guavas Wanted.The style of !goods, first and second choice, -
land of Joseph Peter, deceased,
Is lven that It Is Illegal
Notice hereby
and about what price you want to pay situated on the east side of Indian River Ashevllle and Blltmore, on
Iron tails Wanted for to kill summer (fucks, and evildoersmust Remit check postofllce order or regUtered { the .
highest market price paid themselves by oppolte'Jen, consisting of tome (M car line Parties going to mountain
Prompt re- govern accordingly letter. Good will be forwardedC. for the will find Ideal accommodation
In quantity. and *
any with 15 cleared In good
Cheap second-hand small Iron rail guavas A letter from John L. Crawford, Ewi ,
mittances. Address, O. I). If desired.MASON'S condition for cultivation with several at the Kldgewood. A )
and of state to Sheriff Joi. I'. "
'anted. Send 'lowelt price secretary ,
weight, & Co. view of the' mountains.
WAR OCK : magnificent
building I II in hand for sale.
ail I other Brown, Informs him that the killing of my
particular to Jacksonville Fla. Room large and airy. Double *
This land bal rented for the
JARS annually
ducks In Florida I II prohibited by law
R. R. Ricou Jensen, Fla.Sate Special\
I from the first day of April until the PINTS, SOc; past ten year at from $)00 to ,$HOO net spacious ground and cottage .
Hooks. of October. Quart, 'liOoj; ; 2 Quart, Wo Doz. Order cash. Can give perfect title One of ales to families For Information, address
Money by Sending for Your Town Tax first day A. A. FOKD early Bargain In screen cloth. the belt place on Indian River. The Mr. Carrie Carr Mitchell, 1

Groceries to .the Magnolia Notice U hereby-given that the town Fish and Game, Warden. O. F." PADDIHO.V cold last winter and In former year did Ashevllle, N. C. : I

Grocery Co., Jacksonville tax books will\ positively close at the : 10-.ft Eau Gallle Fla. very little or no damage. Apply at once "'j'

Florida. meeting, which will convene t and get a bargain. Illuo Midge Mountain,
August Bids Will lie Kccelved I). L. GAULDKX,

.19-lb.. granulated-;;;:... . /. fl.OO August 1st. M. S. JONES, an., Wanted Hewing.Gentlemen' Titusvllle, Fla. Tryon, Western North Carolina, farooua- ;'
Inlet Association for for Its healthglvlog climate, and <
the Sebastian very |
-Mb*, white C .. .,. 1.00 Tax Collector.A By If
Clothing neatly'repaired.. Pure 'i 1
'* lba. 1.00 cutting an Inlet at Gibsons Cut (band lien- beautiful mountain scenery '
coffee .
"9-lbs..8. b ckle'coffee,.. ..... 1.00 :New Barber Shop. work or dredge),Address up to July, nd, 1690. MKS. .R. C. ScuiMotouii Tituivllle, 'Fla.TltuHvlllo table water,, pines health, pleasant food Moderate room, excellent term. .'"J jj

bacon .6i
pound. . '
Breakfast bacon,per" .9 and .10 G. F. PADDIBOS, Secretary, Buff Leghorn, the pen of the leghorn Circular sent .',>,

Shoulder, u .. .61 J. L. Carruther, of Tavare, arrived Eau Gallic\ Fla. Laundry. family. Large eggs. A few pair at 12 per. Miss EDITH SMITH I:

!"cnic ham . ? . .6} In town on Wednesday, and ,wlll open rxir, !
Best barn. . .4 u . .10 up a barber hop to-morrow In the stand U P. A. Me Mi LI,AN, Empty Sugar and Itlce Barrel
Cook of Titusvllle DOW
JWba.( butterine. .. ... . . 1.40 formerly occupied by W. R. sharee The San-Mateo Cigar, prepared Mr*. Geo.to do laundry, work ,of every; Banyan, Fla" -
He Invite a
Write for price other grocerle. Washington avenue. work guaranteed .', For aale. Address, *
on Mr. Camithert baa All Pure Florida Tobacco,,' description.. All
GOOds delivered to depot in Jacksonville of your patronage. In hair cutting, East Coat Grown Leave your wublng at G. F. Uuren' :lru- Reading notice ad*. are tea cent W Ar.TIR: MOOBK,
MAGNOLIA GROCERY Co., had much etc.experience No better made; try them. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE: office per line on Ibis page 8 George St., Charleston, S. c. 1
Jacksonville, Fla. ,

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Is It Itlglit MIHIts, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per lb. by mail; I5c. exm
round thin layers. To make the filling, i *
SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $2.10 per bushel. Kaffir rL?
put .in a bowl the whites of two eggs, A For an Editor Recommend .Talent Mcdl. 1 white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20cU. per lb. by mall ru,
1ERpRiS tablespoonful juice from A chopped O. P. Ilnntington has bonght the fa- smear ; 10c4
lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per lb. by
Ql pineapple and a cupful of confectioners'sugar. ions iron mountain! at Durango Mex From Sylvan Valley News, Brevard, lOcts lb. express or freight. plajii

I Beat until It Is light and white ico. Y.C.
bushel. Chufas $3.50
Peanuts $1,50 bushel.
whether the editor per per
The brother Admiral Albert Kantz It may be a question
l p then continue the beating, adding grad .. has the right to publicly Seed Corn in variety.
of a
Vo Is a retired general and a veteran of newspaper
gr ually A little more sugar, until the mixture of the various
H the Mexican and civil wars. recommend any proprietary Cow Peas, market prices. '
thick be spread which flood the market .
is enough to easily medicines '
Write for price list. .
General Booth of Salvation
and will not run off the cake. I'ut aside Army ; yet as a preventive! of suffering we
intends to establish an industrial farm word fir L. CAMERON
to a good Seedsman
f..elIt a duty say .
enough of the Icing for the top of the ,
of 15,000 acres in Western Australia Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DI-

li i'.4 cake. Into the remainder stir finely LlepenardStewart is to place in Trinity arrhoea Remedy We have known and t 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

chopped pineapple, until as much has Episcopal' church ct Newport a used this. medicine In our family 'for

been added us the Icing will hold and window as A memorial of his mother. twenty years and have always found It ---===
dose of this
r stick together. When the cakes are Mary Rbinelander Steward reliable.remedy would In many sate casts hours a of suffering OEORO MARX. JOHN :MARX

cold, put a thick layer of this pineapple President McKinley's foil length while a physician\ Is awaited. We do

Icing between them, and cover the top portrait has been nearly completed by not believe in depending Implicitly on IW.A.R: BROS.
Cbarles medicine for a cure, but we do believe ,
with the plain icing.PI5EAPPLE A. Whipple. Daily sittings are any
Wholesale Dealers In
that If a bottle of Lhamberlaln'sDiarrhuea'
given In the White House
PANCAKES. Remedy were kept on hand

I / The Germans make delightful pine- Bellamy Storer the newly appointed I and administered at the Inception of an GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,.

stewed pine I minister to Spain, is vice1 president of attack much suffering might be avoidedand ,
1 apple pancakes by the Harvard Alumni association. lie in very many canes the presence ofa S

r. apple to a plain pancake1 batter of eggs, graduated,from Harvard in 1867. physician would not. be required. At 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 and 8 Kewnan Street,

flour and milk. Pour out\ the batter least this has been our experience during
U. S. Grant Jr. of California JaoksonvJ.11o
resembles t
that Is large the pant twenty jears. For sale by ,
Intoa buttered frying 'pan his famous father not only In face
PINEAPPLES, AND HOW TO enough: to cook It all. The pan should and figure but in voice and in a thou all lruggiatand Medicine ONE OF THE OLDEST.FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

PREPARE THEM, not be less than twelve Inches In diameter sand little mannerisms and traits. ,
of horsehair which is
Vast quantities ,
and the batter thin. When the Governor W. D. Dloxbam of Florida -

Pineapples this year are fairly abund: batter has been poured into the pan, hut frequently navigated his own yacht chiefly used for upholstering; furniture, We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

ant and cheap. They rank nmong Florida's cover it at once with stewed 'pineapples, about Cuba and is now said to have a comes to this country from Siberia. It is guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
the and tales of horses Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
taken from your
choicest, products. Nothing can and dredge them with powdered sugar. knowledge of those waters better than manes

surpass the exquisite flavor and the luscious Put the pan In a quick oven and bake that of most pilots.E. ridden by Cossacks. I MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

juiciness of such Abakkan, Egyp seven minutes; cut the cake Into trl- H. R. Green, son of Hetty Green Tall or: We only Sell to Dealers. .

;, tian Queens, and Smooth Cayennes as angler pieces, like a pie, when served. has organized a tarpon fishing club and Brave --

grow on the Indian River; for example, built a $25.000 clubhouse on Mustang Victims to stomach, liver and kidney J

especially if they he daintly served by PINEAPPLE CUEASf. island near Rockport. Tex. Senator troubles as well as women and all feel CKC-:: -S. IB X-. C7M cSs CO.
each of butter and Hanna is of the members. ,
Rub a pound sugar one the results In loss of appetite, poisons
fair hands. to congenial The
company. to cream; stir In a pound of grated Admiral Schley was brought up on a in the blood, backache, \nervousness, DEALERS IN -

best of them require little or no sugar, pineapple, then add the yolks of, three farm and his inclinations have always headache and tired, listless, tun-down FJ.n.e: Wines: ,an.d.: Ll.qu.ors:
and fairly melt In (he mouth. i feeling. But there's no need to ,
been toward inch life. At time
well beaten, and one cupful of a one
eggs that. Listen J. W. Gardner, Idiville,
But not housewife knows the to 417, 419 W.
every he bought a ranch in Wyoming and Bay St.,
milk; beat the whites of the eggs stiff Ind. lie says: "Electric Bitters are

secrets of the many ways in which fresh and light, and add them last. Line A seriously thought of giving up the navy. just the thing for a man when he is all JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

pineapples may be palatably preserved pudding dish with a rich pie crust Lord .Salisbury once: handled a pick run down, and don't care whether he < .1- i

} for use between seasons. A mine of and ehovel. Dosing the great Australian lives or dies. It did more to give me -

suggestions will be found In the following rolled very thin; fill it with the pre gold craze he set out as a gold hunter, new strength and good appetite than ;; It:.. ,..' Bombarding Dewey

pared custard, and bake in a, moderateoven anything I could take. I cm now eat
list of approved recipes. and the hovel in which be lived as a 1 With good things Uncle Sam iipreparing
and you have'pineapple cream. rough, red shitted miner is still stand anything, and have a new lease on to do when he reaches
Bear in mind that the more nearly Chaffee's *
Only 50 cents ,at F. S. drug 'I
ing. ,, this side of the pond. There will
ripe the pineapple, the Letter It Is for store. Every bottle guaranteed.
l Millions Given Away.It Colonel Fred Fnnston of 'the Twen -- I be no "extra diy" sauterne, claret,
any use. This can bo tested by pullingone Burgundy, or other that flows
tieth Kansas regiment is a devoted son
of the tuft of green leaves at the Is certainly gratifying to the public The cobbler sets us all a good example; av in his honor that will be purer,
to know of one concern in the land who to his old parents living in Allen county his awl to r higher grade, or of more exquisite
the fruit Is lasts he
top. If It gives way readily, and finds time amid his battles to as long us he uses
are not afraid to be generous: to the w d boquet than what you will find in
ripe; otherwise, better lay it aside for a needy and suffering. The proprietors send them every week a bulky letter save the souls of his fellow men. 11- our superior stock at all times.

few days. of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- cross the Pacific. A Peru, Ind., man demolished his : cli .. r ,.1 ,Our stock of fine wines, whiskies

'c A DELICIOUS DESSERT.' sumption, Coughs and colds have given The late Governor Fuller of Vermont'bad house and built a new one on the site, .. : and beers are unexcelled.
million trial bottles of
over ten y
Take a large, ripe, but perfectly sound this great medicine, and have the satis- a fad for'colJpctfng tuning forks, because he could not rent the structure Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearslold, delivered to any part of the State

-3t, pineapple! wash It well, and it there are faction of knowing it has absolutelycured of which he bad 807. In the lot was through general belief It was haunted. express I prepaid, for $3.20.
thousands of hopeless cases. one used in 1711 by John Shore, the in-

any Imperfect leaves, remove them. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness and all ventor of the instrument; one belong

With a sharp, thin knife, cut the top of diseases. of the throat, chest and lungs ing to Handel and A third given Mr Notice of Application for permitto ,

the pine squarely off, about an Inch be? are surely cured by it. Call on F. S. I Fuller by Mme. Patti. Sell Liquors, Wines and

low the base of the leaves, and lay the Cbatfee, druggist, and get a free trial Miss Benlab Cooper Hubbell of Des

severed portion carefully one side. Trim bottle. Regular size 60c. and,.$1, Every Moines. who is to be married to Count Beer. -
bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
off the bottom JUBt'pnoultb so that the Carl Axel Wacbtmeieter! of Sweden \

7r. fruit will stand level and tlrmly. With a is a great-granddaughter of James PUBLIC notice has filed In with hereby the given Hoard that of CountyCnmmtesionere W. .1. AN AVALANCHE OF TIMBER

A man In London who has been prosecuted FenimoreCobper. The count is a mem- of Kre\ard, In the State of
the inside of the
knife cut out
sharp for to : You will think, has slid into our yard
a permit jell
his application
times have ber of the Swedish service Florida ,
for diplomatic
sixty refusing
a pineapple, leaving a firm wall, and be- liquors. wines and beer In Election IHstrlct No. when you see the large stock of lumber
his children vaccinated was the recipientof and at present is stationed at Chicago 9, of bald County and State; that such application _
% ing especially careful not to rupture the of the will be act d on by the Bald Board of County ana timber that we keep on.hand at all
% bottom. With a silver fork pick the a testimonial from a number of anti- as secretary SwedishNorwegianconsulate. Commissioners at their next regular meeting, ;- times in every variety, lath and shingles.
vacclnationlsts. which will be held on the nn-t Tuesday In Au- T'i. You will certainly think the prices a landslide
flesh, Into small pieces, discarding the CUBt. A.1).1810, at 2:30: o'clock In the afternoonof \
Lady Francis Cook who was knownin said day,and the said Board hereby calls upon when you see our figures on an esti-
4 core. Peel and slice two oranges, removing this country as Tennis Cla in. car- any citizen of such Election District who way
An Epidemic of Diarrhoea.Mr. show cause, If any there be, mate.BUILDERS'
all the white skin. Put the'or desire to do so. to
ries on a thriving broker's business in at the said next regular meeting of ald Hoard, SUPPLY CO.,
ange pulp and juice with the' shredded A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut London and uses the money for charitable why such permit shall nut be granted to the al"pllcant. St. Augustine, Ha.

pineapple, coveting with sugar, and Grove, Fla., says there has been quite an purposes.' She is especially Interested lIy order. of the Board of County Commissioners -

place on ice for aU least an hour. At epidemic of dianboea there. lie bad a in hospitals, for women, and is a of Brevard 'onnty,Florida, this the 4th day
attack and cured four doses
severe wan by of.July,A, JJ., 111\19.\
serving time place the shell 01a large of Chambeilaln's Colic, Cholera and popular epciety woman when she cares Will. H. SHARPE, .
to be seen in the social world in which Chairman, pro tem. i2 <;
Diai rhoea lie he also
plato, neatly covered with a dolly, and says 10- :
commended It to others and she is always welcomed
they it
nil with the,cold, shredded fruit. Replace say
Is the best medicine they ever used. For Notice for Publication.
the cover and take to the table. sale by all Druggists Medicine dealers. STAGE GLINTS i ESTABLISHED 1880. ,.

.,; ., riNKAl'l'LE JELLY In Circuit Court of the'7lh Judicial Circuit -

:\ Soak two-thirds of a box> of gelatine Tho last blow brings the crasb, but Paul M. Potter is to furnish Henry of Florida, Brevaid County. A. D; Bond: Lumber Co.
:Miller drama.
a new
,.l in cold water to cover for an hour. all that went before were needed to fell 1899. ,
Sarah Bernhardt has taken her theater IN CHANCERY
; If, > Chop fine one largo or two small pineapples the tref.
in Paris for 20 years. Cartle C.Bnedeker, ) Manufacturers of and Dealers in
;i' i '>: ,, or an equal amount of the President McKinley's purchase of a vs. |I Bill for Divorce.

canned fruit can,be used. Strain coach recalls mind his Ten years ago Eugene Cowles' was Margaret Snedeker, ) LUMBER LATH
<" over to reputation, i cashier of a Chicago bank. appcarltR by the big of complaint exhibited SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
1 i, 'the fruit the juice of one lemon, and some years since, of being one of the IT and filed In said cause and the affidavit of \ ,
Julia Arthur will produce a transla complalnant'a aollcltor that the defendant,
,add a pint of granulated sugar.: Adtl! a best four-in-hand drivers in Washington.A tion of the French "More Than Queen.' Margaret bnedeker ID a non-resident of the Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
of water to the and when State of Florida and that she resides to-wlts and Vegetable Crates We
pint gelatine, solicit .
; German professor, In giving his ex- Isabel Irving has signed to continue In the State of New York within the United correspondence.Saw
'; all is dissolved, turn it over the prepared States, but that her iiontofflce address I* un- Planing and Shingle; Mills at Bonds Mills at
In wilds
the Yards
of Africa that
peilence says next season as leading woman with known to this complainant, and that the has on J.k T. & K. W. R'y.
.r' fruit. Place in a mold and put the best protection against )lions( 'is an John Drew. I, l been absent for mOle than sixty dajs last past: DeLand and Titusville.
\. that she Is over twenty-one years of age and
it on the Ice till It hardens. Serve with
umbrella, as the bests are especially "Fedora" has been given in musical that there Is no person within the State of

':"1 the jelly, whipped cream or boiled cus afraid of one when opened suddenlyupon form in Florence, the composer being Florida the service of a subpoena' upon whom
would bind such defendentlNow
.: tard. If fresh pineapple is used, the them. Signor Giordano. ,you the said Margaret Snedeker, be and H. A. HODGES.
i:. acid will, In a few hours, digest the Queen Lavinia Dempsey I has decidedto appear before the judge of our court on
gelatine and turn it Into liquid.. the stage. She blossoms out
go upon
to answer said bill of complaint or a decree pro
as a star in a historical play called confmso will be entered against you. and the ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
PINEAPPLE PUDDING WITH SAUCE. "Neutral Ground." complainant will be allowed to proceed fexparte
't with his said cause. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange: Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
Put In a saucepan four ounces each The new play which Mr. A. W. Pi- It is further ordered that this notice be pul.iished <

e : of butter and place tho fire e in the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, u news Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
t sugar, over l t aero has written for Mr. John Hare is week for of Florida"
I paper published in said county once a any part would do well to w.fte for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
,. and when the butter becomes' soft, mix to be called "The Gay Lord Quex." It not less than thirty day from[the time of ruing Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

in four ounces of flour and blend well. i is in four acts and baa a modern story the Witness bill. the Honorable Minor 8. Jor.es, judge part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

Stir In of milk and of said oourt, ann the seal of paid court at the
a cupful boiling remove I Ji A man who has just returned from court house in Titusville, Florida, this 6tU day :::

from the stove. When the mix the Philippines says that In the theaters of July,A.!*", .**. ,
ture is cold, add the whites of the eggs, there every act ends in a duel in which I{ 1..S. }J Clerk Circuit Court. PxUtka, FJa. JACKSONVILLE YARD
beaten light. Peel a pineapple, cut the hero who is always soldier, wins. I __ 1 By O. A Stewart, D. C. E. Bay St., Foot of C/ltherl

from it three or four slices and lay them Maurice Barrymore has finished an Tjuly augf-Ct WILSON

one side. Pick tho rest of the fruit Mother's advice is worth more than original romantic drama in which he Executor's Notice. CYPRESS COMPANY,

from the core and chop It fine. Butter the advice of any other woman to the intends to star next season. The title of

the mold it with daughter who is perplexed by the problems the play has not yet been decided upon. Manufacturers of -
r and sprinkle sugar Is to all whom It
hereby given may
health and comfort.
phyiscal Bronson Howard has become a com- NOTICE from this date
Cut the slices of Into that six months
pineapple diamonds
There's no need therefore to write to a muter; He goes to New Rochelle every the undersigned will present to lion.D.L. Cypress Lumber and Lath.
cubes or other fancy shapes, and woman," who is a stranger. and New'York Hanldeu. County Judge of lirevard county, Shingles *
day to returns to
study and voucher, ,
} his final account ,
line the mold with them. Put a layerof There may, however, be need for a report
every evening. He is engaged on three together with his petition for discharge as executor -
the prepared mixture\ In the bottomof physician's advice to supplement the advice of the last will and testament of EmilyA A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring shingles,
of the mother. In such a case the plays. Reynolds, deceased. ceiling, siding, mouldings:,: ,
the mold and cover It with some of offer of free consultation by letter, made Maude Winter, who has made so distinct Dated Fort Pierce, Florida,1:this 8th day of lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. CypreSi

the chopped pineapple, proceeding thus by Dr. Pierce, opens the way to health, a success as Alice :Morel in June,A. D.ls>9. mouldings of all patterns a specialty

with alternate layers until the dish Istwothirds and at the same time avoids the unpleasant ,"Zaza." is considering an offer to originate Enrcutor R. 8. REYNOLDS Estate uf Emily, When at home, write us for prices; when up our way come and see us.

full. Cover with a greased questionings, the repulsive examinations the leading role in an important .
and offensive local treatments A.Ke noUU, deceased.C. -- -- -
paper, place tho mold In a dripping pan, which less experienced physicians often production next September.A T. JlcCarty,

and till the pan to half of the height of insist 011.Any low down burlesque company baa Attorney for Executor. juulil-Gmo FOR $ 3.20. .

\ the mold with water, which should bet sick or ailing woman is invited, to taken the title of "Hobson Kissers." ---- .
write to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, in the strict Their salient scene is one in which an Administrator's Notice.
almost boiling hot. Set all In tho oven Sent to us by Express, postoffice order will
est privacy. Each letter is held as a actor ia made up to look like Hobson, send or New York Exchange
and steam for half an hour Turn it sacred confidence and its answer is sent you by
and the women' kiss him till he faints If hereby (given that all creditors,
? out on a hot dish and serve hot with the in a )plain envelope, bearing no printing NOTICE ,dUtrilmt.N and all person bay FOUR FULL
it. away claims demands against the estate of
upon ing or .
following Put
sauce; a pint of cold
Do not be misled by advertisements Llnday L. Uouitherty, late of Urevard County, \
p water and half "'bat It Depend On. deceased, them within one to the
a -pound of granulated "medical which to present year Of the Celebrated
offering advice,11 are ,
undersigned this notice will be pleaded in
sugar In a saucepan over the fire; published by those who not being physicians Uncle Rich-It seems mighty,hard bar, J. P. BROWN,

Ii' moisten an ounce of corn starch with a are not qualified) to give such ad- when a man baa accumulated a'Competence Sheriff of Hrevard County, Fla., Calhoun
vice. doctor who hasa to have to die and leave all. Pure Whiskey
gill of cold waters and add It to tho Any physician or and ex ofttclo administrator of the Rye
legal and professional right to the title Ben Poore (his nephew-Oh) J don't estate of Unday L. Dougherty, de

sugar wljen, boiling, stirring all' of the will publicly claim that title. Those know I Don't you think it depends a ceased.9june2sjuly We ship In I'LUX PACKAGES '
while until it Is clear Flavor to taste. who offer "medical advice" and invite ment.t Wilen no marks to Indicate contents (which wilt avoid all rem
good deal upon the point of viewt you get I.and teat it, If It II not satisfactory, return it at OUR EX' 6E and
you to write to a woman do not claim your $3.20..11I be cheerfnlly refunded. This
WblMku 'I III IroOtl in the matte'
I-INBAPPLK CAKE. Boston Transcript.Split We are close at band and al any$ OO goods
that the woman is a doctor. The "medi been doingbuslnesa pou QUICKER D'EUVERY than dl tant boules. W1
Cream together one-half cupful butter cal advice" of an unprofessional womanis Alrtere ce. BIAGEaBaDPAPERs. J'OSSlBlUTY ANI>in 1SEI'UTATION this cityanml at for the honest same stand for over 1:1: YEARS, and U to our, or EE3 q
the dealing,we refer merchant here
the "medical I the editor of this you any
and a cupful of sugar, add one-half cupful just as dangerous as bad I ft. it paper
"The two headed girl has an-
advice" of an unprofessional man. In lot WQloJ
of sweet milk and tho whites of other epat"MWbatnowt" It..ftjtt4pufusrttt4 SOLO OY & LEVI,
more than thirty years Dr. Pierce and his rbo.andsotadeenl..rato .
four eggs beaten light. Stir in one and staff of nearly a score of medical special B.l.ct from. 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,

one-half cupfuls of flour into which a ists, have successfully treated over half a "One head has decided to join the htrtiscttcti 6' A.eroul:bn MM.ulftnc&il.Trtat S5: tto.SampI P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA'

heaping teaspoonful of baking powder million women You can write without, Audubon club and the other onewoo't. pt 2a.i ! fear as without fee to Dr R. V. Pierce pay Express charges to anpoints reached by "SOUTIIJrn.'i EXPRESS rogPANY
has been silted. Bake the cake In three Buffalo, N. Y. ."Chicago Record. Social i American Toll o, 0. Southern. but hpl'elll to polnta Company on linen transfer of other to laid Express other Companies Express CompaDf....e prepay only to points try


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JULY 21. 199 ::1

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Professional Cards. unfertilized to 84.9 on tbe mannrrdOn 1" -
Botanic Blood Balm. ( !. GREEN CORN UNDER GtTASS KM all cob.hl Cob was the sam ClIl'llCIIKft.E.M9COPAL .
v \vn n grown in uiM, ont of iWr*-one
WA.t.TzaS.OU84. On three of the stable manure pint CiIURCIIr-,
.dc i .. ROBBIXS. (n. u. n.) 1 Nrv Men In < tht, thinned
at station the beets tit'
OBBL A GRAHAM, were Greet Cora Out .,f 9enon. >T rite. First <'f All is. H new earlyto nlrell iinil and 4th Bundatu In each.
six Indie In the three,
THE GREATBLOOD apart row. on The forcing of swrj-t corn is practically ",'('or.1! ,rllrl, v.iiioty; ; care JuclCl' else .month,at l II a m.and T do p. m. Sunday ichoolrery
others to eight inches and three others SuiwUr at Hum;
AT LAW ; on a. m. Evening prayer a'
ATTORNEYS- and' Ion fair. While of tbe
; Ip.lllt one nl.
unknown. That this can be ; Ip. on \\"ednlllolay. Litany service
to ten inches. The yield, size of the crop every
at 10 .
Friday a mArchdeacon
of doors It behind
heaviest yirlders out fell -
rrrCB HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., beets and the coefficient of purity. Increased grown under !CIR"", and If properly R. F. BROWS Hector.
in the greenhorn'. Early Fordhook
and 2 to 4 p. m. CURE with the distance between the bandied b*> profitable Professor F. W.
Will not given u fair trUI. Early Min
TrrcsviLLK, Breyard Co., Florida. beets, with little change in the percentage Rane of New Hamrwbire; undertakes to iH'ooU was not us curly MS moot of the I'RKflltYTKKIAN CHURCH.
I 0.Bo*. 10<*. of sugar. demonstrate in recent Inteiestlug (Service every rfal>l>ath at U a. m.amlTJnp.m.
will practice l I. .U the eonrts- uu and fed M )1 hffl. Sunday school at in a. m., net). W. Rouble.
FREE. Of four varieties grown from nine bulletin. He says I The idea that it was If proper best, moisture! and a rich Runt Prayer meeting on wedueaday. evening
SjicUl facilities for examining and perfect- sets of seed the station the at T::11. Tim
sent to by puhlioarecordially Invited 1 to at
land&tun. poseibly adapted for forcing occurred to toil tm given H crop will mature in the tend our services.
f A Cure for Blood and Skin DIs- United States department of agriculture the writer when studying the root development greenhouse' in a shorter time than in the Her.JOHN A. IIUOIIKS, I>aator.BAPTIST .
tzscbke's Elite gave the heaviestyield .
eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- of corn under gins!" During garden. --- ----
L. GAULDEN, nearly 23 tons per acre with a
ples, Scrofula Blood Pois- sugar content of 14.3 per cent and a the season of 1800-7 the only house CHURCH.

e A TTOn. Y-A. -LAW, on, Cancer, Kidney Trou- coefficient of purity o/ S-4.11 Klein wanclebener available for the experiment was a Prolet Our Food. morning Presehingevery: and evening.second\ Prayer and fourth Mwtinen Sunday every

I InaN the Courts of the State ble, Bolls, Malaria, from seed grown by Vilmorin large vegetable house, 25: by 100 feet \\'l'Iln".da' evening at 7-00: o'clock. Sunday

1 Will Florida practice, and the United States Couru.I. Rheumatism. of France gave a yield of 21 Af tons but and as lettuce', cauliflower etc., which The doctors inform that alum Is a School: every Sunday Sunday a t UOrange.at 945: a, m.All are Alto cordially|
] ,( Box,235. TITU8VTLLE, FLA. was much lens! rich in sugar (11.6( percent demand a low temperature, are grownIn poison, and that alum baking powders Invited to attend.

Honey to Loan. IS A TRIAL TREATMENT SET: PRIVATELY ) and had a lower coefficient ((81.fi) this house during the fore part of should the food be avoided unwholesome.because they Prominent make R. X. HFLL, Paator.

DY MAIL FREE TO ALL WHO SUFFER. and Klein wan tlebener from American the season the sweet corn was not planted hygienists' who have given tho matter

GOLDSMITH: If any n an or woman aulTerlng from any grown seed was next in order of yield ,..until April when there crops were most study, regartitheae powders as an METHODIST CHURCH.
nlood or Skin Trouble will write us we will end ((13 3tons) and was somewhat betterin nl rkloted. The nature of the greenhouse evil (hat should be suppressed) by state Regular service every first bird and fourth
itrfetESn* ch'and prepaid to domination Sundays at It a. m. and IiK: ) i>, in. Sunday
quality than the crop from French is important, as it is necessary Minnesota and Wisconsin
of llotanlo Blood Balm (II. R. H.\ very action. In ftrhool every Sunday at lo.-oo a. in. Knwortt:
A :,,'.n.m EY-AT-LAW, the famous Southern Blood l Remedy. H ball seed. that the plants have sufficient roan alum powders are not permitted to IMS League each Sunday at 3.:1tI11. m. ITaier meetIng -
etandingacmlStier of canes, sold unless they are branded to warn every Thursday night at rukto'clock i The
for The house
2'1 development ordinarilyused
yeare' 'bOlll'ltal1 l-adlon1
l doctor*. Aid Society iur>et" every Wedneaday.
titnsville, Florida.J. and patent medicines had failed. Remedy has Son'lalr Different Kind of Gr.... for lettuce and cucumbers in New consumers of their true character, while at 3:aw p. m. Even: laxly welcome at our churcn
been thoroughly tested for pant 30 years and is The Ohio Farmer thinks it is best If England answers well while those In the District of Columbia tho authorities rvloei.I
perfectly safe to take by old or young. lllood very have under tho direction of Con- Rev. A. Ii. PENNEY
Balm is an hone Inexpensive one wishes' to sow two or more kinds of ,
\VEUIJ, may left befoi e you part with your remedy money.that you grass seed on the same ground to sow gress, adopted regulations to prohibitthe .

Li CURES MADE ICY HLOOD BALM each kind separately over the entire \ use of alum In bread altogether. I CATHOLIC CJlURfJl.I .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Allan Orant or Sparta Oa cured of painful and be Are not the people of other states as Services at 10 .
ground. Timothy clover may I a. m. every Sunday, In new
110M on lip palled epithelial I cancer Julia E. well as those of Minnesota and Wisconsin Church building North Tltuayille Children's
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Johnson Stafford P. 0., 8.C.,cured oa terrible mixed before rowing, but clover .if entitled to warning of A danger' catechism at :3 p. m.

'reult.( Taxes paid for non-residents Itching Bryant. Moody eczema Tex of 13. cure years
tod rents and accounts collected. hand. His hand resembled a burned surface ing. and tends' tOIlt'ttllut the bottom of JtI close hand? And Is not the whole country -

suffered/ four years,yet cured by Botanic Blood i the seeder. If mixed together this entitled to'absolute protection, as MUN1CIPAU
iritusvllle Balm. B W. lleazley, of
Florida fered with sores sll over his body eating, Ha..lluf.Into should be guarded against and you people of the District of Columbia are .----.. .- --
holes Binpd Balm cured him; sound and wen. should not attempt to sow wider than protected by legislation which Is entirely TOWN
L. H. Sewell, of Atlanta ua. COUNCIL.
cured by four bottles prohibitive?
T 0. FRIES .C. E. of a terrible eating ulcer, on leg. 8. W. the timothy will thoroughly cover let. Mayor Ailheniar aldermen .tno.
have In the Brady :M.
Until wo can protection ; ; .
Pops, of Jackson Ga., had violent skin disease, ting the clover lap whatever !is neces IMion, W. It, Knox duo U. \\alkrr. |l. I..
entire body almost scab, form of statute how can our state
a yet permanently f a ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land cured by B.-B. B. J.J. Head' of Athens. Oa. sary. The lighter grasses, such as red- boards of health, state analysts or food nanhlen\JI.I"\ ,llradyi, ',I CH.auwmxir. Schuyleri John mamhalaniloollectort llrnryi I'
had eczema on hands, arms and legs, suffered top bluegrass, orchard grass and the 1& 7j1 commissioners bettor serve tho public M. S. Jones, Jr The council
legally surveyed and dlvlded. five years, tried doctors and patent medicines. meets first Tuesday In each month.
su Blood Balm cured him only a few scars remainIng like must be sown! separately, at any than by publishing In the newspapers,

topping neatly done. Estimates for wbere the sores had healed Mrs. W. J. rate. from time to time, the names of the
Steed, of Augusta Oa had recurring bolls was
baking powders which they find to be INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
Lll cured by only five bottles three
kinds of years
engineering works. Disputed ago. .
Men. and Notes.One
Perfectly well since. Mrs. 101, U Adams of made from alum? Drill at the Armory, over .
lines a specialty. Fredonla, Ala., had deadly I cancer was \givenup only out of six foreign varietiesof Meantime, It will aid the housewife Rlesdayevening In the mouth Bounty at 8 o'clock.jail every

Botanic to die Blood by nine Balm.doctors W. ,P.yet' McUaniel.of wa cured At.by cabbage tested under the auspices of designating( tho alum powders to remember II, K.: MIMS.JH., Capt44ln.HOARD .

TCSVILLE: Brevard Co., FLORIDA. lanu. cured of rheumatism but what more the Geneva (N. Y.) station for the department that all powders sold at twenty- .
need we aay? We could fill\ this paper with of agriculture last five cents or loss per pound aro of this
or TRADK.Meets .
wonderful and remember all
cures these trou of
class. Pure tartar
| W. ALLEN bles are caused by Bad Blood in the system, and proved to be promising. Tbia is a variety dangerous cream eterviiM'onil Wedneaday night In each
Blood powders usually sold at from forty-
GEORGE Halm cures because it forces all the aro
of the drumhead type and would month at SK: ) o'clock In room over i poison outward, hence there cannot be a returnof live to fifty cents a pound. Judge M. H. .lone. preitlitent| J, M. Dlzon.
the probably develop into a useful kind fcr
symptoms.Don't \ treasurer| J. U. least, secretary
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, trifle with blood troubles and remember the sontn and west. \
even if sarsaparllla tonics, doctors and maxim
There Is
ley West, .' Florida. salves have failed in your case, that B. B. H.- Aside from the products small gar- ono
Botanic Blood Bala- different from anything VAR1KTIES: OF SWEET CORN FOItCKD. That now I will name COUNTY OFF1CRK8.
Will practice In the United States else and cures to stay cured by expelling( the dens and the fishing industry Alaska filled with benches' would not do. Theplnnts'vary Which may bring what is better

jmd State Courts. 9jun95 only poisonous remedy matter that cures from in the this blood. This Is eth is almost entirely dependent for its food according to the variety Than riches or fame. SCHOOL 1I0A Iln..r. .
way. supplies on materials chipped there. All thoso who will heed It
from four to feet in height. .
HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM i eight M. 1)Ixnn Tltuavlllej; R. N. Andrew
An important function of the agricultural Good appetite find Cocoa 8. *'. Ulblm, Melbourne.
10 and
E. SMITH WHITE FOR FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.If The corn wits planted April cheeks
RALPH M. D. station established will be Strong nerves,
i now to rosy ,
you are satlnfled that Botanic Blood Balm matured July 6. While we ,have not
i is what you need you will find large bottles for prepare the way for agriculture and to And vigor of mind. '
sale all for six bottles grown Hi extensive crop in midwinter, It will banish COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. : .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. by druggists!: 91.00 or aid in its development. If it be dyspepsia,
(full treatment)*5.no. For free trial bottle address can our results' \ from tho corn fruited experimental Rheumatics and !gout. it. Sharps, Rhariiea, chairman Joseph
Specialist in Genito, Urinary and Rectal Blood Balm Co., W.Mitchell( St., Atlanta shown that it is possible for a man to boxes load us to believe that That Tired Feeling conquer Mendel' 1.&lIr."tte/ J. It. Walker lltunrllleiJno. \ ;
(la and bottle and an.dlcal book will he sent / \\.II.r
live there the of the tallle J. N
on product land I Ankona.
andwe entire house devoted scrofula
Diseases. all charges prepaid. Describe your trouble with proper culture an Drtvo ont Regular sessions arc held tint Monday lu cacti
will include free personal medical advice. without being entirely dependent on to this crop would be highly saccesxfnl. And here Is tho nll\xim- month

1-J7 Forsyth Street. the mines' a strong factor will have Its wisdom Is suio-

been gained for the development of the Take Hood's -
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Sweet corn don not appear in the Sarsaparllla COUNTY OPflClAM.Minors. .
country. And keep your ."od pure.A .
AGENTS WANTED. Fur "The Life and Boston market until about the middleof Jones, Tltiiitvllln, circuit Judge; H.
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world's Soft bodied caterpillars are said to be July At that time it bring gcod L. lanlden' Tltuavlllo county judges M..
C. IT. PEETE greatest!; hero. liy Murat lUlstead the lifelong UoldHiulth, Tltinvlllu, pronpoiiilng
the abundant element in food attorney!
DR. most the and the entire is from DAY'S WORK.
friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. priced product A. A. Stewart, TUiiRVille, clerk circuit count; J.
Biggest!: and best book; over 600 pages, 8x10 of the chipping sparrows. the sonth. Without any sweet corn on .u .. K. \oolen, Cocoa, tax inncpmnrj; K.: W. Hall,
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Inches; nearly 10J pages half-tone Illustrations. Tltuavllle, tax eollector'John' henry,Titusville .
After It Wn Done, lie IQnJoredWell a
Rape eArly possible cut the market, therefore, before July we .
Only $1 50. Enormous demand. Big commissions. !sown as as treasurer J. II. Hanm, Courteuav, miperlntextent -
Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write four inches from the ground and culti- have rather lung period even in spring Earned n.... milillo Instruction; J. O. I r'rlHR.TItuivllle.
508 Cherry Street, quick. The .Dominion Company, 3rd Floor county surveyor| J.I'. Brown.TIIulV lie. sheriff
Caxton ItUlg., Chicago vated frequently, will furnish three when this vegetable' hRS no competition.While He was seated on the steps of the

Macon Ga. cuttings during the summer and fall it ban no established market Qrlswcld street! side of the city hall

according to J. A. Craig of Wisconsin price at present in our cities like other Tramp Yes. To \arouse A Dormant J.lverlnll secure

't who recommends cultivation immediately forced greenhouse crops the return Ills face was rcngh and red and permanent regularity of tho Bowels, use

vV/ [. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. SUGAR BEETS. after each cutting. should be at leimt in proportion to Its'' bleary' 'One shoe was a txwt: -pardon lr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.

Dili of Experience From the Station An appearance resembling early' cost und donbtlcHH until commonly that-and die other boot was a shoe.

Graduate of Philadelphia College of nt Genet, If. Y. blight may be produced in the leaves of grown wonld bo ranch more profitable. The man's hat was brimless and all AN EDITOR'S REWARD,

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations Upon each of a number of farms cooperating potatoes by a too free nse of paris Sweet corn when) first in season is crushed' on top and around his neck -

promised. Hazel tine Block, corner Bay with the Geneva (N. Y.) elation green, and a shot hole fungus effect on doubtless 1111 highly prized: as troy of the in Hen of a collar he had twisted an An oiclmiitfo t thus tolls tho fate of nil

land in beet sometimes follows green ve ctnblcH, and we believe that old frayed and greasy string tie. His
Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sugar experimentationthree Japan plum foliage editor: An editor died and slowly wend-
used unfertilized spraying with bonleanx. when offered out of season it will bo in coat was torn and green brown on the
were one
od his to hell. Tho dovll him
way saw
either 500 ., great demand shoulders his trousers ragged around
and the others receiving --- -
ROBERT McCARREL, pounds or 750 pounds per acre of a A Varied Ammrtmenf. The varieties tented and shown in cut his feat. He wore no vest and tho cheap and said r ninny years thou hast

complete fertilizer. This was compounded Bramble-Yes, I'm going to move. I have been Early MinnenoU ((10)), Cron- negligee shirt may have been blue- borno the hlamo for tho errors the printers

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER from 1,000 pounds acid rock, 850 don't like the New York climate. by's Early ((18)), White Cob ((14)), First once. Apparently the man was dozing. made In the IJ Jlor. Tho printers .

pounds sulphate of potash, 450 pounds Tborne You must be hard to suit. of All (15)( ), Early Fordhook (2H), Ad- Ills eyes were, closed. Hut he may hove have deviled tlico Saturday/: eve whon

Churches specialty. Steam stone works dried blood and 200 pounds nitrate of You can get all kinds of climate here urns' Extra Early ((31)). All of these are held them that way because be was too thou hadst not n red to thy nanio Men

soda. It cost $24 a ton, or.$0 for the and all in the same day too.-New grown to Home extent In New Englandand lazy to wink. He breathed hard. Iy have taken your paper without paving.a

COXCORD AND PBITCUARD !STS., small application $9 for the larger one. York Journal. are popular generally. The stalks and by he opened cno eye half way and cent; yea, verily, and cursed the for

600 application proved grew taller if anything, than they do squinted at the passersby in the street.
ClIAKLESTON, So. CA. pounds not Issuing a better 'one. All those
more profitable than the greater amount, Point of View. in the garden in every case. Finding it not at all Inconvenlent'tokeell
The Adams' Extra is not true that he the other. things host thou borno In silence. Thou
as it produced an average increase in "Henry we'd get along better to- Early a eye open, opened
bnt its merits earliness I and tbe emitted self canst not come In. There would bo con
the crop of 8,874 pounds per acre Insuring gether if you had more willpower. tweet corn, are was easy, man a

a net profit of $1.20 per acre "No. Martha. We'd get along betterif and productiveness. Crosby's Early, a satisfied grunt. tinual dunning of subscribers (for hell Is

from its use; while 750 pounds gave an you didn't bave quite BO moch."-" standard early white variety, yielded Looking down just then ho observedA full of thorn) ) and discord would bo croat- ,

",--r41 average increase of 5.:04 pounds per Chicago Record. at the rote of one ear to the stalk withWoman's bit of raveling on the left log of his oil In our kingdom IJegonol; Heaven

> would dusty torn trousers. JJe eyed that ravel-
of oul acre, but the added yield only Is thy lionio.
eeeda bring, at current prices a profit of 87 InK critically lie held his head to one

original la' bad. The beat
cbeapeit. Pay a trifle more fur marked influence upon the quality of .. Mission. his head to the other aide and squintedat

.{ FERRYSSEEDS the beets; for while there was a difference It again Taking a long breath he Was the hull that hit 0. 11. Bteadmnn,
slipped) his. hand down his trousers leg. of Newark Mich., In tho Civil War, ItCRule.llaorrlble
in the amount of sugar and in the Suectss/ul/ competition in any fitld dtftnds physical health. ulcers that no treatment
His wasn't long enough for the
of purity in some cases, the arm
coefficient for 'M: then Uucklen's
questions aboutwoman's helped years;
and atirar get roar money1. differences were in opposite directionsin hand to reach thu raveling/ The man Arnica Halve cured him. Cures cuts .
i worth. FT cents ( FAMILIAR future ;;
pee paper sighed. For fully five minutes he gazedat
Ter/wbere. Al way. the different instances ; so that the averages L bruises, burns, bolls felons coins,
brut. HoedAnnnal free"O are that bit of thread. Then with a''
W.il. r-KKU A on fertilized and unfertilized plats :. \ asked skin eruptions. neat cure on earth. ,
ltatrlt .. superhuman effort he inclined his body 23 cents box Cure Bold
,. differed but slightly. The largest average ""- a guaranteed. J
.,_. variation was a dwcreane in amount .Sq B9j| Shall women vote? Shall they practice law and reaching down picked off tbe ravel by F. H, Chaffee, druggist.IIuband .
Hhall they compete with men in every field? from )his. to the
ing. It dropped fingers
in beets of one-half of 1
of sugar per '
Whatever woman's mission be -
cent from the use of 750 pounds of fer I ? may finally stones. and settling back the man rested' and wives traveling to
be it is certain that
to something
his. bead against the pillar and closed In Austria and
CUXKD with vecetahleuitHll tilizer. I gether Norway, Hungary
must be done for her physical health. .
DROPS K- .... Han cored bis e1CL-Detroit Free Press.Urap .
many thousand caaee Special tests, as far as the averagesgo Ignorance,superstition and mystery surround pay only a fare and a half on railways.

lays' "t lca t two-third*or."'all 11.(1-irmptomn hOJ>f'I"....rem or indicate that the use of 1,500 pounds 1 woman' delicate organism. Heroic ItinEl.tf .vla... London his n population of 4,251,000: 1

wl DI.t erhnonlnla l and TEll DATS I..atlnpnt fre. at more of a complete fertilizer is at a -- effort to endure pain I is part of woman'. Conclusions drawn from results experiments equaling the combined population of I. .
,1.11. CKIIB'I SOUS. box K.. tlaJIta.Oa that the of tWO
financial loss, but use
I1 { I- creed. )fanywomen'Uvea are constant at tbe New York station sre Paris, Berlin, St. Petersburg and Home.
pounds is profitable, in these tests giving struggle with lassitude; many are violently Vines should be vigorous and not be

a direct gain cf nearly $5 per acre. without apparent cause, and few Indeedare ringed too severely.A '
STATE: or Oiuo, CITY or ;TOLEIK, )
DO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Excessive quantities of fertilizer ((3,000 .
} lit
In normal health. ringed vine cannot carry as large a LUCAS COUNTY }

pounds) seemed to lessen the of amount of to l This 1 fa all wrong and might be different crop of fruit to maturity as an nn- Frank J, Cheney makes, oath that be)
because injury
the crop possibly If women would follow Dr. Ilartman'a ad girdled vine. Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.

the seed. The quality of the beets was Lt. vice. Perhaps the most practical printed Vines grown on renewal system should Cheney A Co., doing business in the

j somewhat lowered by the nee of fertilizers % talk to women to be found anywhere I* in ban all arms ringed and all fruit back city of Toledo County and State/: aforesaid .. I

independent of the quantity used [ Dr. Ilartman' book "Health and of the ring should be removed. Fruit en and that said firm will pay the -

for the amount of sugar in the beets K Beauty," which the Pe-rn-na Medicine Co., nnrlnged arm Is inferior while fruit sum of ONE: IIUNDIIKD poLLAiii for each

TRADE MARKS was decreased 1 per cent whether 600 'I Columbus, 0., will mall free to, women back of a girdle Is worthless. and every case of catarrh that cannot be

DESIGNSCO"'IGHTa pounds, 1,000 pounds or 1,500 pound only It is certain that Dr Ilartman'a With many varieties, when properly cured by the use of Hall' Catarrh Cure.

w w e AC. used. The coefficient of purity was Pa boon for FlIAJIK: J. ClIK.f KY.
was -ru-na ha proved a perfect done ringing does not seriously injurethe
Anyone lending a aketeh and deaerlptlon mar decreased.In .' Sworn to before me and subscribed ID S
j' !probably' PaMnUble.: Communlem.' : tbe nee of stable manure the uperleace them my presence day ;
IIOhUtrlotloonDdeoUaL Handlookoa.t.0te.ant t treat them scientifically cure Not all varieties should be ringed. A. D. 1HWI.i .
tree Olrleet for, ourlu jlAtent.. of the past season has given results sell it.
P.leote taken apvncr through lIana A I Cu. recelySciehtiiie the permanently. All druggist Too severe ringing will kill the vines I -- A. W.GIKASOH, ,.
ebarre, la tbe directly contradictory to ac c. "I received your book and commenced With some varieties and in lIorlleae.1 )j I SKA i.. } Notary I'ubllc. .

,an. cepted Ixilief. The manure was applied the UN of your medicine at once," writes sons girdling will hasten time

at the rate of 30 tons per acre on 10 Mr*. II. D. Amos of Greensboro, O*., to lag eight or ten days and in some cnic* Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally .
hlldlO"el" l,Illnitrated ", ....1'. 1*rt eet rtr. being made in the and acts the blood and
directly on :
IUlaLlott' ,, of an, Ufl. Jo8..aI.. 'e.P. plats application Dr. Ilartman "I took five bottle of Increase size of bunch and berry at ,
year I four lDOol"a, ,I. Mali II'all n.w.Aeal.r., spring. :when thought most liable to exert Pe-rn-na and two of Man-a-lln. I feel Ilk a new woman. When commenced least half.tiVotkln. mucous surfaces of the system. Send '

MUNN t CoF '"' siNewYotk an injurious effect on the quality of taking P-runa I could hardly walk across my room; now I am doing my own lor testimonials, free 11'. J, Cheney: j

II 1II Bt, ... ; the beets. Instead of increasing the site work and can walk to church. I shall never cease to thank you for prescribing uuil I> Co., Toledy, O. Hold by druggists, 75o.flail' ]

of the beets at the expense of ,quality, for me. I had been under the treatment of two doctor but never receivedany !< Night; uy. Family Pills are the best. ',,

effect was produced. benefit until I commenced taking your medicine. L wish every woman The busiest and mightiest little thing -j'?

GOLD I, of no *lue when health I Up the very oppoelt. beets arersgedlightly who was Buffering a* I wa* would ae&4 for.one of your book May God bless that ever was made Is Dr. King's New "We have sold different cough remedies }

i II danger What of more value For the manure weight grown than those you and spare yon many,,years to relieve women who are suffering a* I w..." Life Pill.. Every pill 1s a, sugar-coated but none has given better iatl,fac. 4 ;

[""', up.to-date tablets will break up 1m The.amount of grown Fifty thousand' women will be counselled and prescribed for thla year free of globule of health that changes weakness lion than Chamberlain's says Mr.t

cold In one day,* and for constipation without' manure. sugar char,. by Dr. Hariman, president' the Burgle Hotel, Columbus, O. All into strength lUtlessnes Into energy, Charles ""lolzbauer Druggist, Newark
I end biliousness aDd all malarial trouble, In the beet wee i increased where manure woman Buffering from any41seue of the mucous membrane, pr any' of tbepeculiar rain-fag Into mental power. 'heath' N. J.tcU I is perfectly safe and can bo
I it haa no equal. By mall prepaid for S5c. wu used and the coefficient Ills of n wlite to him and the letter will receive' bU wonderful In buildIng up tbe relied upon In all cases of coughs, cold

J I' p*J. tt Send Medicine for sample.Co, Statioa B, Chicago, parity was increased from 83.ft on the ,.nou1aU..Uoa WOIUIJ.,.Write ay for cpecUl question blank for women. t Only 2.. 0. per box. Sold by K. 8.Chiffee. or Medicine hoarseness.dealer Sold by all Druggist anti

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-I. INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, 4- work for the, cause. Success to
you" a11iver Real Estate Agen j


riUDAT.CBARLR very energetic man. He is now POWDER

EVERY arranging! for nn excursion. of the ABSOLUTELY 'PURE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised In t.

Florida Press Association, to take paper free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
II. WALTON, Editor & rroprletor. place about the 14th of August. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts and put your property before the public.
will be made this winter by this Agency.
sales probably Why
Many oat&
It is proposed that the members of
Discontinuance of lrU. mint be made per. OT l M IW)MMXW*CO,New VOWC.
tonally at thli ofllc or by writing. the Press Association go via the yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river, per acre $2.00to $10.00.
Atlantic. Valdosta per acre.

Check,etc., may l lie made payable to CHARLES to Valdosta, and then on to Indian of British! and American OUR WAR IN THE P'H-IL F- Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of tag
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor Springs, via the Georgia Southern prospectors Gallic; first-class for oranges pineapples and vegetables. Price. $1,000.
and settlers, and immensesums PINES. 60 miles south of Titusville. Will ,
time is CHANGE GKOVE, 14 acres pay $1,0(0( this
& Florida. A
Address all communication to prom of their capital into the I year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
lUVnn ADVOCATE ised those editors who will join the' Transvaal. These foreigners have A special dispatch to the tfew York !. HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville, from $5 to $23 ,per acre. ,
merry party. 'j come in contact with the Boer World from San Francisco Bays: One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2* miles west of Titusville, guod lot
TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. !government The officers of the Flrut Oregon Regiment pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $350.00.:
of President Kruger.: Thisis are trying to suppress a story I told
why the United States has a good by the men of the regiment about a =
U. Department of Agriculture Pin. NO USE FOR D UNKARDS. deal of interest in the impendingevents slaughter of Filipino noncombatants to J" .ME: ] :::8. :ZBOTJIKS: :

Weather Ilurcnii-Jupiter, in the Transvaal.It avenge death and mutilation of Oregon ,
is deemed soldiers by rebels.It .
"Drunkenness to-day

The of following is a and comparative rainfall for IILat the- disreputable In the very quarters is ,well very known largely that British the Outlanders and. !ashore wan from told the by transport soldiers, last who night slipped to Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and
ment temperature it
little while
where only a ago was
week ending Tuesday, July 18, 1809. Americans, furnish nearly all the buy refreshments and cigars for their ,
looked misfortune comrades. It worked !its to the
upon simply as a way
-1800- -1808- enterprise and capital which have
Edward IJok in and today the Oregon ofti- New Garden Seed
DATE. MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN. writes ; W. developed Kruger's country ; that newspapers Cotton Seed Meal arming Fresh
have to the
73 cers sought; prevent men giving
12 80 74 86 the May Ladies' Home Journal.
they pay the greater part of the out further Information. '
13 87 80 74 74 87 81 72 74 Every line of business shuts its taxes, and yet they are permitted According to what these soldiers told all the time.
doors to the. drunkard.It friends In this three of the
; 70 absolutely ( city, men
15 88 74 85 virtually to have no voice in determining -
has for him. Business regiment;\ were captured by the rebels kills all kinds of Insects Harmless to
10 88 80 86 79 no use the rate of taxation Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, ; man or
70(\ or during the battle) at Marilao. The account Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
17 83 77 80 competition has become so keen beast. :Agent: for !.
the uses to which it is to be put. of their subsequent murder and
18 87 70 81 73 the of steadiest hab. Lowest cash prices.
that only men mutilation has been given In the cable
The Boer government is a sort of .....
Total rainfall for the week: .01 Inches. its can find employment. This factthe close dispatches from Manila.. The next day Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
from which
Departure from normal rainfall for the habitual indulger in alcoholicshas corporation a the Oregon regiment was taken off the
week: /ninus 1.01 Inches. Departure strong attempt is made to exclude firing line and given a day of rest after -
from normal rainfall since January 1, found out, and the different outsiders its hard campaign of two weeks. WELSHANS

minus 4.1Inche(\ "cure" establishments for drunkenness The Boers want to shut the Brit The men devoted this day to avengingthe CHAS.. N. ,
J. W. CKONK, Observer.' --.and Godsends they are, death of their comrades. Instead of
ish, Americans and other foreignersout
too, to humanlt.-are to-day filled remaining idle in camp they divided Into
as a matter of selfishness. Theyare '
squads which scattered out In the
with men ,who have come to a real. afraid that if the Outlanders neighboring country. Every Filipino- CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
ization of the changed conditionv.The ,
TilE CUBANS are trying to raisea were permitted ,to be naturalized rebel non combatant, man, woman or ,
fund gutllcient to build a Gomez man of steady habits is the on liberal terms, they would child-that these squad came across
all the man of the hour, and the drunkard get was put to death. The work of slaughter : Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
home, and provide t money too strong a hold on the govern went on from dawn until dusk, and
realizes this. In the social world .
e he needs during the remainder of ment. This is plainly illustrated some of the raiders did not return to and Prices.
the is'true.. The Jjy Write for Samples
same thing excessive till the following day.
his life. in the complicated laws which they camp
indulgence of even a few The soldiers who gave these details declare .
have regarding the obtaining of that of Filipinos slain. Old ''Phone 8. jut} 13 Hogan Street,
would not be toleratedat scores were
FitflM the leaves of pineapples a years ago has citizenship, and' the failure of They were proud of the achievement
very tine llhre is obtained. Would any Kruger's government to permit the and had no regret to offer. "
intolerant the behavior
it not pay to make the leaves into become of Outlanders to elect one-third of the The slaughter created a sensation at ,
which inevitably results from excessive Manila and the news was suppressed by
be utilized in members of the Volksraad that
fibre, which could so
in and the press censor, but now that the Ore-
indulgence drinking, 'z A FAMILY JAUNT
many ways ? they may have a substantial minority gonians are about to be mustered out dy
realize this. It is bad man
men in the legislature to represent they have no hesitation! In talking of it. LU
ners to-day to drink to excess. their views. antrevs

YOUNG men starting In business Good taste is spreading, and mod From their own .viewpoint the JAMAICA SORREL.In : without You can get more
should remember that there is eration is necessarily following. 4 r solid comfort in one than in any other vehicle -
Boers are'right in their ostracismof
abundant room at the top and'an reply to our article on Jamaica sore f I on the market. For the horseman
road to the summit for thoseof the Outlanders. From the view. rei, In last week's issue of the ADVOCATE ? that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
open point of civilization and popular we have received the following: can be constructed well-made and strong,
energetic and thrifty character- GOOD ROADS. advancement however the British I be will find here at bed-rock prices.
istics. I II.UIDEEVILLE, FLA., _
--, Americans and the other foreignerswho July III. 1899.!)!) x McMURRAT & BAKER,

.;c. T Good roads are a sure index ofa have transformed the Trans Editor Indian River Advocate: \ Main & Church

MR. ROBERT BONNEK, who established prosperous section of country, vaal from a mediaeval oligarchyinto Dear Sir-I send you In this mail a Sts.,
the New York Ledger, several of Jamaica sorrel made JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and Indirectly have a large lafluence a state with some pretensionsto class jelly last

years ago, and conducted it upon the growth and devel a modern spirit, are right. November. I had about 100 plants, raT- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
which grew to a large: : size-some as
with 'such exceptional ability as tot opment of towns and villages. The That they will triumph in the high as eight feet-and promising a tremendous

.. reap a substantial fortune from people of the East Coast of Floridaare end is certain. War 'between the yield. ,

his efforts, is dead, at the age of awakening to this fact, and ef Transvaal and England, if it I think more jelly can be raised fromit

75 years. forts'are at present being made to comes, will mean the overthrow of than from anything else grown: upon HAMMOND PACKING: CO.
the same amount of land if it comes to
give the county of Brevard good the present governmental system m.Uiulty before the arrival of frost My / (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

STATISTICS tell us that the postal roads. Could it be accurately calculated in the South African republic, and plants were put out late, and a slight: OUR SPECIALTIES

service of the United States costs the loss sustained by then will follow, a government of trust came just ns they were beginningto :

$9,000,0.00!) u year, above receipts, farmers in being obliged t to urge British and American ideas, which have the plants.a large quantity of bloom, killing "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

while that of Great Britain yields their horses with heavy loads over I will be free and safe to natives of Very fine sauces and preserves can be "Coin Special" canned meats.

a profit of over $14,000,000. Even poor roads, would be something any of part the world--a govern made from Jamaica sorrel, and the foliage "Calumet"i hams and breakfast bacon.

the British postal service of India enormous. Good roads matte good ment which will be more directly used for greens, is equal to spin. "Calumet" leaf lard.

yields a profit of $1,500,000 per markets, whereas poor roads fre- responsive to the modern conditionsof ach. Yours truly, Homemade

annum We'presume the "parcels quently eat up the profit of certain the pe..ple of 1899.IRONPHALT !) J. 1*. A WTELLE.The pure lard."Peerless" .

., post" helps out the latter countries markets. As has been, many times [ sample of jelly received at this compound lard sausagesand
demonstrated in the columns of office seems to us to tie of excellent flavor: all Packing House Products Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
the ADVOCATE, the construction of ROOFING-Cheap and and quality, and it is surpiising to us
durable: Quickly and easily put on.
that more of this moneymaking crop is
good roads will, materially increasethe Tiios. C. WATTS & Co.
SIR WM. VAN HOUNE, chairmanof not grown by our East Coast farmers.ED. .-
value of farms, Jacksonville, Fla. .
the Canadian Pacific Railway pineapple plantations orange and country groves ] WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber,

says of that road : "The Service ....
property, besides acting as a stimulus

of will the only, Canadian be complete Pacific when Railway we can I gration.and an The attraction first cost for for immi constructing JOHN R. WALKER, Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

take'a passenger at Euston station, I good roads is apt to be DEALER IJf Iron work pumps and 'drain pipe bath tubs water closets
London him of ,
place on one our I ,
high, but there is no municipal or

own llama cars, without, and land transfer him in to Yoko.any county investment which will make Millinery Ribbons Laces Yelling gEtc. Etc. and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned,

as good return for money ex ,
other line. This we expect to accomplish pended. 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

BOTTLED All Kinds of Cool Temperance
Drinks Fruits in Season.
more factories. At present it hasa !ttr Your patronage solicited. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

palmetto-extract and fibre factor cruiser Chicago has been JOHN R. WALKER,,_

}', which furnishes employmentfor dispatched to Delagoa Bay to look I Titusville, Fla.FLtcIb.. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House

quite a number' of hands. At after American interests in the 1 ,

this factory which frequentlyruns Transvaal, in the event of war between
day and night-the leaves of that country and England. Mc imm.or: :: .s ., Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh Sandfly Netting and Screen
Cloth. Ducks and
Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' In all
the palmetto are made into fibre Referring back to the Boers, we JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA bers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old pr new. ones. Special Cotton attention, pili Ddu7

and the roots go through a process find that when they left Cape Grocers and Commission Merchants. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
from which an extract is made. Colony in 1837, crossed the Vaal corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our liDO 110
This extract is Bald to be prefer. I. river, and took possession of the nun 8111:-We qllote you a few prices below and when In need of the following article have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
end u* your ord-,.. we make a specialty of Mall Orders.
able to oak bark for tanning. country on the other side of ,the I' PRICE LIST: BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

stream, they escaped the British De Flour, 1)81'.1........................ ,211 Green Coffee per lb. ..,.............. ,. .8, .10 32, 34, 30 WestBay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
WE learn that there rule until 1877 when, as they were .. .. half bbl... .. ................... !UO Arbuckles<-lfee.I.rlb..... .... ........; $ .1255
are quite a u 11 .IW-lb. Sack..,.............. ... :X.1M Tea. perlb............ ................... .3.\ --=
few men in the field seeking the In need of funds, good roads, railroads Orits,. per .......... ........... 1.20 Lardcompound perlb................... .05
banks, etc., and were conslderably .. Meal. .. ...........n........ 1.10 loftrll"re. ... ...............u... ..6) U. 8. Code. COltKESI'ONDEMCK INVITED.
nomination for Governor of FlorIda II Wheat ................. .1.25,1." Tomatoes lb.ean., per do. ........... ..00II
harassed by the savage Corn 'I .I ................... 1.110 Pie 1'eacheK,3-lb.cans 1 per dos..... ,. i.oo
; but it is very evident some of .. Oats .. ......... ............ Tl&blel.eache..3-Ib.can.ol'erdo......"..?... 150
them will bo sadly disappointedwhen natives, many of the prominentBoers .. Uran" ............ ''', fie ('om.2-lb.caol. l.erdOl........... ....... go McCOMB & CO
decided it were much more .'l'eII1\eal.per.IiCk.. ....1..... ... .05/ Naked tisane,3-Ib.cane, perdoz .....;... 1,00
a nomination shall have been Itrluht OH Meal, per lack......... ... 1.0ft Sardines, per don... ..................' 45
reached. those in the field safe and comfortable.to again come Itealto'lIrUII&er, :soo:Ibs ................... 3.00 Ralt.2III.Ibll., per sack. ................... uo ,
Among under British rule which Nay,percwt .. ................... .\\ Matches, per gross...........,.......,... .41
are said to be the following ; J, I). they did. 1leetfBBellies ,.erib..................,. .111I< Crackerssoda, per Ib .. ................. .06
Then, in flocked British and Amer. ," Hams, peril b ........................ .10 (.rllck..lemoll.perlb...,..,*........,.... ,615 PI EAPPLEGrowers'
+ Ueggs, cx-Senator Pasco, Frank i .. Shoulders, per lb. .............. ..... >6'54 Ginger Snaps, per Ib..................:,, .06
Adams II. W 1J. Lamar ican capitalists, and a wonderful II) ., ... ......... .....6.Ftl Octueou Soap, per Mays,. transformation made in the Granulated irlb.. ............... BVi 1.lIIIrlioe.llllrdo..............,..,......... 4.1
Geo. P, llaney, W. N. Sheats, ex. was Toothpick Tobacco per Ib.\. ..? Potash, per dOl............................ }_43

Senator W. Call, C. H. Rogers and prosperity of the Transvaal, many Bend us your orders and make us your conalirnmentg. We invite correspondence. .
others. We 'are for J. 1). Beggs. mines being opened &OTIMMOS3 & FITCH. and Shippers
Oom Paul and his following then 19, IT, 10, 25 South Ocean JACKSONVILLE St., FLA.*.; Agents.

saw the value of their country ; rr Spot cash buyers of Hides Fur, Wool and Alligator Skins. .

A GREAT letters received and had the .
many as they not signed annexation -- -

at this otllce, from our readers papers, they wanted to ESTABLISHED 1852. 270 00'Aehington: : St., .Now yorU:.

scattered throughout the United control the country themselves A p P '.Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. -- .

States, speak in glowing terms of ; rebellion followed ; Prime'Minister REFEnENCEs- 'ommerclal
the grand Fourth of July celebration Gladstone sent out one regiment of Growers'Agencies; or any reliable house in New York.

in Titusville. A prominent raw recruits ; they were defeatedat T. D. RANDALL &: CO. Personal References.

New Yorker says : "From the ac. M&juba Hill by the. Boers, and -

count of, wo the read Fourth in the of July ADVOCATE celebration statesman Gladstone) (the and peace-at-any-price his ministry restored coMM JSSJON: : TO ThOSe Who SM to S3ES Escape from Freezes,

you must have had a grand time. to them self-government, -

I certainly should like to have been but stipulated that in foreign af. Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Producer desirable Poor loll,land expensive In the freights I offer at low prices and on very easy farms,

Titusville on that day Your fairs the Boers should be still sub. climate finest roads most picturesque section of JAMAICA, perfect
P.1.ncnpp1.O: n Spoc1.n1.'ty.Give the world no and deirable -
mosquitoes schools
town must be a 'live' one, indeed, ject to Great Britain. government. For ,
The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago Southern EXpress particulars; write to
as reference: ; <
to get up so elaborate an affair. The discovery of gold in the
Co.: Florida shippers on application. Also state remittance made in New GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS

The ADVOCATE, I noticed, did good Transvaal have sent arge numbers York Exchange, or express\ money orders on which there Is no exchange, Kingston, Jamaica, B. VT. *.




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the rain that has fallen. The rain has -v
put out the forest fires, which have done
much damage. IJ

Send the ADVOCATE an order for any J SPECIAL PRICES
Job printing you need.] m

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Messrs. Phillips Jensen.-and Miller, of Eden, w j i ..Pineapple 0 o 0 GrO\i\Ters.\ J4 :

are now at work on the three cottages '
for J. L. Jensen. ; r.l J Jj
.A..11 .Eirouiid F01.1:11:1mor;: : ,
R. DIIoke 'Is busy preparing for hi j Price $25.00.GUARANTEED 53P* Before buying the following Material bo sure nut apply to fJi
his shed for the protection of his pine-
apples. : ANALYSIS: ua for prices, and we will prove to you wo can save you money.Et .

It. B. Rlcou has his dock completed, : Moisture..............,. II to 10 STEAMED BONE, KAW HONE,
which Is the neatest one we have! Ammonia .. ...4.... 5 to SFqualtoiittlpliateotAmmoala
seen P.1"A before stated John [ ..... :ao to 83: 111.<)01) AM) HONK: ACID PHOSPHATE,
.. .
Available fhonjihorio Acid. 6 to tI
( TREED Miller had the contract. Kqnal to Hone 'bIJllf'bateot Lime.................... II to IS DISSOLVED HONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
TotanhKaO. 8 to 6 '
IT? Messrs. Sorensen and Austin have the F.qllalto Sulphate Potaah............... 8 to inMaRneMa SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOIJACCO STEMS
contract for shedding four acres of pine. ,Lime,Soda, etc ... ...... M to 60 E-I I
apples for Mr. Adams, of this place, and [E-t E3T" Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED: : MEAL, HARDWOOD AhHKS: ,

are now busy on same. COTTON SEED: HULL ASHES: KAINIT AND rOTA llE8.

Miss[ Kitty Stark, of Malabar, Is visitIng Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low, 0

her sister, Mis. C.o'. Wolf. Mrs. H E prices.
: Wolf has one of the nicest horses and

buggies on the river, and she takes great Ploaso with boforo induced from
pleasure in taking her less fortunate lady Correspond Ut being to buy Dealer Send for

friends driving. H Pamphlet. Pi

4)j O. E. Coon Is so much elated over the
result of his experiment In covering an LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

acre of pines last fall us compared with ,, III
those left out In the cold that he con-

templates shedding another acre as soon J'acksonvi11e., Floridaa.
as he can secure the material.

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Captain Nelson, representing the I

wholesale house of C. B. Rogers & Co., week for Ormond, to engage In carpenter Melbourne. Georgiana.
of Jacksonville, was ciiculating amongour work on the hotel. They went up on FILTER YOUR WATERAND
Salesman wanted. Enclose stampfor merchants this past week. As we the Nemesis. -

particulars.ill have three stores, they should be called QOODE A OOOPK.-Rmtl Estate and Loan Mrs Hughes was worse again hint
the three "S's: ," but each one aspires to fail to for .ICtna London and Liverpool an 'Thursday Rlltl Friday, but Is now on the AVOID DANGER
be called the store, with a big S. Please write us whenever you Globe' and Iimxrlal, Fire Insurance 1'flOhl road to ,
straighten:: Curly and Kinky Hair receive the ADVOCATE. attention paid..to the Interviita' of non re.I ivoovcry. --- .... .. ..._- -
-- -- -- --
without injury to the scalp or hair. Wheeler Coon is laying the foundationfor dent Mr. Carlngton and fal1lIyvero over

the accumulation of future wealth, from the Hall place Sunday, to see Mr*. No Store or Residence should be with
by shedding some pineapples. The 18's Fort Pierce. .
and .
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX. Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, Owen daughters.Mrs.
and 24's to the crate from under sheds, the of the Hunt COI\lIt\\1II be
........................................... ...................... as compared with 4S's and 56's on the nice received at paper the Melbourne Postofllce. Page was visiting Mrs. HUcock out (the Anti-Germ Water Filter.
outside, has inspired him, as well as Claude Olmstead is building a and Mrs. Burnett one day last week.

nti Link.dorsed many others, to want the best. house on his place. Misses Cora MIIIIROII;and Helen Countta -
The weather has been oppressivefor Rev Mr. Davidson: held divine serviceIn a pleasant afternoon Monday I
.................................................................- C.The Frink's southbound''mule train from gently the track lifted on J. the lost few days. very evening.the Episcopal church last ,Sunday spent, 'with very the Misses Eva and Nellie

by the United States Health Wednesday evening and deposited it on Capt. A. J. Lewis paid the down-river Owen
Reports. the front steps of Wm. Fredrlckson's points a visit last week. Rev. E. W. Butter, of the Congrrgatlonal Miss" Myrtle Baldwin wan a very welcome
residence. The train Is still -on duty, church, Is to have a few weeks' caller at Mrs. Munson's and. Mm. i
New York
&ARRAGH & RICH, but, poor Betsy, The fishermen are catching lots of well-earned vacation. I Hughes Friday afternoon

Sole Manufacturer. Is now an angel wearing wings fish at present. Miss Queenio Latham of Oak Lodge: Mrs. Owen and daughters were visitIng y
While Frink's heart is low and sad, The pineapples are nearly all gone has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed. I Mrs. Carter and tllI"lhtel'lll\lIt week
For Betsy now with the angels sing, from this section. Morgan, for the past week.
And Frink is hot and mad.It Mrs. Barnett spent several days List
Miami.Mayor Mrs. Merrlwether and family from St. The Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal week vlsitlug her friend Mrs. Chalker.,
seems that some of our worthy citizens Lucie, were down last week visiting church, held their regular meeting at at Lotus.
have taken off.nse at the articles their many friends. the home of Mrs R. W. Uoode.
and Mrs. J. B. Reilly expect to that I have written relative to tho comparative Rev. Sldci field\ had a good congregation
ave soon for a month's visit to their methods of growing pineapples The Rev. Mr. Alden held services In Mrs. Louis Lyrnan returned homo last both OtOlnlllll and eveninghumlnv

Id home, in New Haven, Conn. under sheds and in the open, construingwhat the Methodist church last Sunday to a Tuesday, from Winter Park. last Ho[ preached two Interesting 114' For" particulars, apply to the agent,
I have said as a personal affront to large congregation. 111011$.
A.jolly party of people are enjoying
Frank Jaudon, of Orlando, arrivedst young CLAUDE
to those who have not been able to cover. Harry Sample left for Sebastian Sunday lawn tennis quite often now on
week, for a visit to his sister, Mrs. A. I,. Bruner was quite sick last week,
Now I have made It of the rules of of his brother's fish Misses
one take Tltusvlllo Fin.nrThoy
to charge the well-kept tennis court of the .
It Taylor, on 14th street. and also IU\lI" very bad boll nn.one <,1 l
life when I have committed of. missed from
my no business. He Is greatly Nicholson.
his knees. Under the skillful cine uf
Elder leaves the latter fense undertake are only tl.25 each, and will
Mrs. W. L. partf to no explanation to our town.
'C. Conkllng' : made a business trip to Dr. ('hutnheis/ hols now able to sit up l last
this month, for a six'weeks' stay wither those who see bugabears things where a llfo-llmn. When writing for Information
and walk about the house little bit.
mother, Mrs. Ilardee, of. Jackson- they were not even thought of. My Tltusvllle last Friday )ploiiso Inclose stamp All or-
lie. every reference to the cultivation, shedding Roseland. Mrs. A. H. Fee and children are rusticating There Is an epidemic of colds or In dois must bo accompanied: by cash.
Tuttle and comparison of the different at Melbourne Beach those days. grippe going around. When people
Mr. and Mrs. exacted -
home this week Harry from their are visit methods of growing: pineapples, has Plenty of rain, and sweet potatoes are They occupy Admiral Gillls' cottage have such diseases why don't they stay
Cleveland and been in the hopes that we could rouse being planted.IT. while there. at home with It Instead of mining about W. M. MOODY'S
Chicago.Mrs. an interest in every grower to do all In trying/ to give It to ever) Intely else ? If
Wheeler of Nebraska, spent last his power to bring about a better system B. Hardesty, of Sebastian, was here Mr* R. W. Uoode, Mis.. Jas. T. Hogg there was any money III It, would bit
unday In Miami, \en route to join her than wo bave practiced In the past. If the latter part of last week. and daughter, Eloese, took a trip to different; they would nut be lit) geneioiiH BARBER SIlO 1)0 .

usband at Havana. there is any better method of obtaining S. Boone was here recently, Inspecting Cocoa last Tuesday Northern. friends, we 'ale having do- ___- -
Chas. Leffler, of Sanford, is Ui town, Information than by comparing the two the bridge, and says that it will soon L. C. Mooio passed through our town llghifnl) weather now-a cool! Invlgornt-
poking around with the intention of systems, and giving/ the results, I do not have to be rebuilt. last Tuesday, bound for his homo at lUll breeze, fresh from the oooiui, 'mi noeimjorml Close to Indian River Hotel), Tltusvllle.
his here later know of it, and would' be pleased to have Roseland, after spending some mouths / shower of ruin, u few mosquitoes
'loving business has notice for share
grocery; my critics throw some light on the sub- Our postmaster a posted north. remind A of your patronage! solicited
in that cannot huvo
its we
ject. I do not even know the names of those who wish to contract for road .-
n.F.. W. Hahn and family left last'''Fues- the parties who have made these criticisms work in this county. Dr. and Mrs Plaits nnd throe children, everything perfection, oven In Florida, rr Subscriber attention Is drawnto
ay, to occupy the residence of L. Holt- nor do I care to know them. I of the Frost Proof of Fort Pierce, were the guests of J. H. the und your date
C. results
L. Moore( owner Phillips this week. -If you want good you will nnno- slip pasted upon
an, at Buena Vista. Their many have been on record In this section for groves, has returned from Chicago. He find the AnvocATE! uri excellent advertising your paper or wrapper if you are la
lends! here regret to lose this popular the past ten years, and I think public Is as jolly as ever, and looks well all1eal'ty Miss Cordelia Marsh returned homo medium arroars,1)101150' remit.1.1CY.' .
wsehold.Vm. sentiment will bear me out in the statement after his trip.City last week, very much improved health -
that I have worked for the Interests
\ M. Brown and E. L. Brady, of of the place I have adopted as after her delightful ,lest and treatment "The Nnntin .""ICI."
ituBville last to my under the skillful hands of Ur. Norton,
arrived Saturday ; .
To critics I will that Point.
home. my say, ...
peed a few days, looking after their people who are always looking for unpleasant at the "oltallu 1), at Merritt. Wo are The union depot was Ihu center of attraction
iisiness interests here. They have re- to find all delighted to have her home once Wednesday morning lust, us Iho(
things, are always sure
urned home again more, and trust she will soon bo real East Coast train from Tltiisvllla rolled
them, whether they exist or not. W. J. Dyal, a prominent pineapple "
P. A. Van Agnew, editor of the Kls- grower of Stuart, is visiting his family well. I In. 'One car wan entirely filled with! 4 OROW"antl

immee Valley-Gazet e, spent severalays here for a few days. Programme for Literary Society, to beheld : people on route to Tampa." They appeared
here last week, in the Interest of -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon Mrs. Dyal and children have been visiting at Hotel Carleton, on Filday evenIng : to be In charge of "sanctilled"titan I
Indian\ River ? If you do, write the 21st Roll call. Current who claims to be the oldest
he Society of Friends of the Florida Mrs. Kate Brown for several weeks. July : i .
eminole Indians. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- events, aim and purpose of J. U. Hol' In this country, receiving the blessing
ville, Fla. See page 4. Miss Ida Campbell is visiting a few land-Mrs. M. J. Fee. Reading from 'I more than twelve years ago It Is a .Butter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Douglas, of the days this week, with Mrs. Bob Dunman, Holland-Mrs. L. I). I.ockwoc(1. Read peculiar sect, If It may bo10 called. .
deal store, left Sunday for New York, at Faustina. ing from Bitter Sweet-Minn. Carrie They take "neither scrip nor purse"
Q business. Mr. Douglas will return In Banyan. bast Brown. Reading from Kathrlna-Mrs. from any one. 'fhey work each In his
bout two weeks, but his wife expects Caves has several been suffering with aseveie E. K. Truett. Debate-Mesdames C. J. own way. Nothing Is paid to their you will have
atop over in Atlanta, to visit relatives, cold for days. F. Campbell, (1. M. Brown It. W. Goode preachers, who art) exported to earn .a
ntil September 1st. B. D. Jernegan came down on Sundayand Rev. Mr SlrderOeld, who has been in and I>r. I... A. Peek. Question-Resolved living like the rest of Its numbers. They
TV. C. last piloted a mule team down laden this community for a few days, departed that Fear Is a greater Impelling have been to Jacksonville and Palntkn,
Fredrick of Atlanta
eek here, as the, guest of his, spent brother, with young ladles, who went to church. Monday for bis home In Melbourne. motive In the world than Love. at and Cocoa came here and after Kockluilgu.upending Tlicie Home were time THE BEST.

L. Fredrick Mr. Fred- Rev. W. T. Lane spent Saturday and has ---
of this city. Miss Kate Chancey recently recovered forty-five adults the luity, and probably -
ck was delighted with Miami, and be. Sunday with friends Banyan. from a. bicycle accident, which USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE half UN many children. This band
'd' an architect of skill and reputation, A movement Is on foot to build a occurred several weeks ago. Stains-the bust known wood preser will probably terrain In the state until The Elgin Butter Co.
ould be an addition to our business vative. THOH. C. WATTH & Co.,
Methodist church here. It. M. Packard visited Cocoa on next summer.-hau ford Chronicle
ircle, if he should decide to locate here. Jacksonville, Fla. OF FLORIDA,
last. -------
Mrs. Warner has been quite Ill, but Is Wednesday morning
Our citizens delighted to learn The of Malarial Atmosphere
are danger a Jacksonville Florida.
now improving. Mrs. Hall, of Titusville, was visitingin
hat we are to have a cable between 111ml may be averted by occasionally: taking
l and Havana. The line will be con Home gardens and seed beds for early Faustina this week.W. Daytona. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. 83r-Wholesale only.

tructed by the Western Union Tele- tomatoes are being planted. D. Home is conducting the rner- -
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raph Mathers durIng ---------- --- -- -- --- -- -- -- -
company. H. Beuest. of England, Some of Bovlne's citizens visited Ban chantile business of John Lots of rain, but comparatively few
ill have charge of the work, which will last week and brought over 130 alligator his absence, vlnltlng his parents, skeeters.
e commenced some time the first ofext yan near Monticello.A 1
hides. A leak In a gasoline stove at Mr. Ma).
month. have
The line will also a
ation at Key West. .. .The recent rains have been of /great party of young people of this place by's came near causing/ conflagration The Monarch of Strength isLION
attended the entertainment given; at the
benefit to the pines. The first fruit bids Wednesday lost.
residence of Mrs. J. W. Packard, In
fair to be of a good size. Cocoa, Tuesday evening Mrs. U. W. Post has gone to Washington
JlfWe would esteem the favor If our The Misses Otwell and King were over D. C. to visit her daughter.The .
-Mers, when writing or calling uponur and
and attended church
last -
Sunday .
advertisers to merchandise on sad news has been' received of the
purchase Lotus.
!C., would mention the ADVOCATE. Sunday death of \V. G. Mendenhall's Infant son
at Colorado Springs
Mrs. U. C. Creech children, 'of (
Rockledge. Banyan, were In town taut Saturday.J. In the yacht race last Thursday, the 1,
,'. ill ,
Bovine. Irlze-Mr. MOrll painting, was won
R. Ragan, of Banyan, spent sever by the Sultana. r
I.. S. Coats, of LaGrange, spent a few al hours in Lotus Monday
the draw of the south I
The repairs on -Ir
week.A .
Mr and Mrs. B. J. Stewart visited the'one days In town the first of the We are having plenty of rainhe bridge will scarcely bft completed this wt COFFEE.

of Mr. and Mrs. Otwell Sunday daughter: was born to Mr. and Mrs.E. potato farmers are rejoicing.Mr. month. /

1St, P. Porcher, of Cocoa Wednesday, Verner, of Brantley, was seen on The Burgoyne yacht Sweetheart, was I

There are several good homesteads July.12th. our streets Saturday. last heard from on the St. Lawrence Riv. l""

round this place that will make several The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs Geiger, Mrs. A. L. Barnett.. of Georgians, er, the commodore having rented a cottage 6. .. :. r
cal' homes. who has been so 111, Is rapidly recovering spent last week visiting Mrs. J. N. at Lesllltbgow Island. (ABSOLUTELY fUHB.) ,'

Mr' and Mrt. Chris Houston, Sirs. under the skillful care of Dr. Hughlett. Chalker.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harris spent a week at Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all pui>o coffee,

,[oariy Young and family are visiting In Frank Hatch caMe down from Or- and Mrs. Bisbee and T. O. Ronald the residence of U. J. White, of Hast freshly roasted, and Is Bold only In ono-pound sealedpackages. \
this week. mond Saturday and spent several days visited Cocoa Saturday ings. Needless to observe that they bad Each package will mae 40 cups. Tho pack.
here before he left for Sebastian. a good time. age Is sealed at tho Mills so that tho aroma Is never
Misses Laura Houston, Jessie Newlan L. 6. Tuten and family, of Artesla, Weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable
d 1 Sadie Snell and N. E. Kinnlard visit. Wednesday, July 26 will be an excite were over.last week laying In a supplyof E. F. Mansfield has pffered to donate strength. It Is a luxury within tho reach of all ;:,l'
4 K.B. Stewarton( Sunday ing day for Cocoa-a wedding and a gun groceries and dry goods. hell for second, avenue from Beach St. Premium LUt In every package. i
much Interest U this
It Is
shoot. Needless to say to the Itldgewood, of place. a
Jaa. S. Bell, of Fort Pierce, Is visiting felt In both events. A letter from E. R. Provost stateshe most generous thing on his part. Cut out your Lion' Head and get "I ,
uncle, Bethel Stewart, this week. arrived in Asheville, N. C., on the valuable premiums free. ":'
Ie' thinks Bovine U the place to live In. Misses Aline and Daisy Brady came 7th, and Is much pleased with the The front upper room of the building .. DOt hT IJoa CoffM In hU .Vor ,
from Tltusvllle, Monday and are occupied by E. f. Conrad & Grocer.4 M 1.1. BtiiM (nil ..IiIf.M teal w* -
down formerly If
All country. pue It o..aa Vv accept
ox team passed through Bovine on stopping at the Jarvis House, the guesU Co., bas been rented by the Board of your Ut>.lll9l.. 1
I"Kator unday! returning from a four week's of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Penney, Have yon your f Trade, and will be fitted up by them Ina WUUUtuN: PICK 00.. T "". Oblo

hunt They went from Ilardee left last If not please do to. comfortable manner. '
riDS Robert and Thomas I
county around the head of the



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\1N I ing, says An The Everla.tlu'American A Cultivator..bor. Florida East Coast Ry. Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad[

., For an everlasting anchor to the end
post In a wire fence tbe following was TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EJ'FECT JUNK u. 18w.
Time Table lo Effect JaDe 11, 1899.
originally presented by a correspondent
8o. m BOUND (Read! Dowel. .
in tbe .Ohio Farmer i Tbe post shouldbe
Potash. .
in the The brace SII 0 aze : .
8K feet ground. A DallyNo N 0' f1J' =--
DalIl 8T TION8. Daily '.... fIJ .:. toe; !:> ::C .
Jz: 11I1 Dail7 .:. &:I .:: :s (
.. p 8n Lea.e.............. .J.cltJlODTtUe..Arri.e T1I Op 0666 n RS :: is: S R 9;! 1= NORTHERN FOISTS.LT : =r:; === :5= I!S;.. "bM

t of it must be N 116pioaAMve' ........ .&.Aa ..............,. / alp /S5s Olil' !. -= Is I !. Ilia
ENOUGH .. I))PIO, Lea". ...............tlt. ngnetlae................AMvSlap 40aII 0 -'- 668I1a I145p TltosTllle FEC Ar. "30Opin ,1-- :_
ia fertilizers, ion .. ............... An ..................Le..e IlIIIp 104& f 114 a ...... a Zap L,., St. Augustine Ar ...". ana ,
e ;; .II1P11I6 & Ant,e. .. ............... luka ........ ...... ..Lt.,.. 16rN M tI: ...... 430pS20p ." .. 820a ...... 74PLv..Jackeonville..Ar...... 900a818a ... 740p tlOa .
otherwise failure will surety I .... ... .. F rMve. ... ...... 9 eau ...... 8 2isp Lr......Yule: *.. ....Ar ...... """ 8MI' 1 li73oa "
I .e. ... .. alatka.;...............,Arrlie jp lOa = Ar..Jernandlna..LT .... ...... >1 '
1,11: ...... .... ..... ... ......... ... ... iJ ....:. 6 dip : .... 1131\\& ..... 9 asp 7 ana 8)5p [ .
result. See that it is there. -- ?Hao .X-ve & ..... T ..... 10 30a ......968pAr..Everett..Ar..r. 6 Ma ...... Slop 841Ja
l ...... 'TOOii !'a.e. ......,.........8aa Mateo.................Ant,.. :::7:':':' i I Io ...... ....OP.. .:....,1135\& ....... Ar..Bronawlck..Lv .... B30ason ..... 40ftp .... .?.....,
Our books tell all about I tiibp) Ii sr.. L a=.. gnalatka..LeaT 5p i48 0 ... ... .. .... isbpnwa At.Savannah..Lr .......6456 .. 30Tp266p: ..
r. .
... .
II 14:1p: 121111p ; ..."........."".Ormond.............".. M l47p' 13& ( .........:: 9dip12359...... Lv.Savannth..Ar ...."., II ORa.114&a63n '' '' : ::;..
fertilizers. They are lent t-i'i ; 'Sap Soap ......."..""....Davtutu ......"........ 18 p cola pp' 1 ..... ... .. .".. 1846 Ar." .Fairfax 8C ...... & 12 Ma .....
$ OlIO llI6p lisp II ..........".."PortOranjf8"'".,,... ... l26p eels O JN ... ...1030p 304p93Sp .... .. J42a .Denmark II ...... 3064 310&12108 .....
: IMp ........ ... .. ...... .:.... ... ..... 81111a ..Aojt1JataGa. .
; I I(1 to all farmers applying BIIIIp : .. ....N.w SmJ'I'Da. ".......... lOOp.00. .....
If" ;.. C o M .. II n"a .. ... ...... ..... 43fiaI125a ...... 12476..u:109Sa': :
8111p 222P ............ Oak Hill.."............ 222p .... 438pH27p r..olum'1a,8.C.: ...
r II.2 'SUp IfIp ...".." ......TltIUlTtlle ... .. 14I\p 200. =l tip,0 ...... ...... ....... ... ... ... ..8par\alllllurp.8CC.. .. SOOp2or .... ...... .... ..
for them. "" .. : .
Avc.non.Olt AN lID POST. a .. 8 .. .. .. .. .. .. 14IIp .. .. ...... .
BlIp w ..."...."."..CU PoIDt"...""""". llbp.., 0_ ..... .. ...." .. .* p .nop .....
is of .. IIHHp Snip ,. ...... ... .. .... 84/1p ...... BOOa Charlotte I N. C I ...... 8tlla .
8 rod "
4 will do) feet long. A .uu..u..1.01Va..u..u. .
-I ((4 by $ e ...... a41p ..""""....,..Rockledga."." ."""". I 04p ....n.. :II ...... .::. .....IIIOp: .... 10478 SalUbnry.N.C. ..... 82Sp720n ...... 64iaB30a\ : ....
0 :
3RMAN KAU WORKS, iron three-quarters thick (B) is put 3 ."... 412p ...............)I''n (lal..e."..".."..".. 12alp: ...... .. ,..... .......:..... .... .. 1210p Greensboro, N. C ... .. ...... ,: .....
NtMM St..New York. through tbe bottom of post (C), passing ..4.. a ."". /21p ."".."...."..Mplboume".""""."". 12219.b7P ..... / .... ...... ...... 12 ana .. 130p DnvllleVa. ..:... SOTp ....,. 4l.ia .. ..
r. 93 .. ... ...... / .II. ."".""........RoIMIland.\.""....".. 11411& ..... 01M ..... .. ... ... .. dCOa46na..:, .::. 625p Richmond*. ,... IJOOn ...... norm ...,.
through brace (A) 8 feet from post! = Y ."." .IIOlp ................f4eba.tlaD..........". 11486.. ... II :..... ...... ...... 241\a ...... 32fipS28p Lynchburit, Va. ...... aMp ..., 2Mp. ..
Put a stone (D) for brace (A) to rest .4 552P .If. ............. .....Ht. Ludes................. 1066& ...... ...... .... .... ...... II CnarlottesTille ...... 21Sp ..... J22:1a .?."..
p p ....:. 8 Hip .. ."........,..?.Fort Pierce................. 10./j& ...... H) ...... .. ..;: :: .... 7656 ...... BORpllZBp VTashtnRton: .. ... 11 Ifta ...... 92np ....
on. Have a thread cut on end of rod It} II 841p .............. .... .EdeD .................... II 10 06a .. .... ..... ...... S12a113Sa ,...... >< Baltimore ....... 9142a ...... 7BCp26np.. : :....
4-. (D) and a nut at E to tighten the h j .emuat' ....-.............Jrn.'n"................. ollllaTo .. ... .. .... ...... .. ... S8 a623a Phlladelplila ....... ...... 11221' ........
iA It :aJ9 8l\1'p\ If ..................Slnart ................... 1I/IOa/ 208 .. .... .... .. 2 nap: ...... .II New York ...... 1g 111a ...... :.....
brace. There is no cheaper brace, and < Dally 725P II ............"..Hobe Honnd...,............ 'Ilia Daily aQ ..:.:. .....: .. .... 900p. .. 3 OOP >... ..Boston....." ...... soup ...... boos ::::
It can't give. It looks nice and/is the .Tu If ................WestJnpiter................ II 907aF.x.n Q
U I1Tr. 813p .......... .W..t Palm Beach.... ....... 883a IIliiP b 820a ..... ...... .... 745pBSBp LT .Jacksonville. Ar ...... ...... ...". 1910a 1.
I know -
brace of.
cheapest 124a 889p If ...............,.. o7Dlon..........". ....... aitas1026p 10301 ...... ..... .. .. Ar.... Everett..... LT.. ...... ...... ...... 840&
f la 1'\la 84Hp If .... ......... Delray.......! ........,. .. 7676lOuep a 440p. .... ...... .....1 60.1& II Atlanta.\ .. .. ...... ...... ...... .IUOOp'1II
MAMMOTH SQUASHES. CASES FOR HONEY. 402a OGp/ II ..............Fort Lauderdale.......,...... II '7cr.a '74lip 720p ...... ...... .... B25a730p ...Chattanooga.. ...... ...... ...... 8 lOp ,
i 8Ua IOaJp": ............. !.PmoDCit7.... ........... 624k liMp :II .... ................ ... ...Cincinnati... .... .................. Ph....:::::
The Way a Cnnniln Farmer OrovrsTheur -- 8 43a 103OT> Arrive... ..... ... ... ..Miami......... .... ..... e I Ilia II --
A Neat Package Help to Sell Honar.ConTrnlent .
and I.nrjtr Mrlona Aho. IIKTWKKX Xt<:W SMYRNA ANI ORANGE: CITY JUNCTION. No. 34 makes connection\ for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 11 -M a. m.
Shipping Case For New Orleans, trail''eaves Jacksonville 020 a. m.. with thronph sleepers,
Tile HqnnnJiPB here pictnret.* ./ith the "In selling much 0.8 o I sTATIONS. No. o, riving: New Orleans 7:40: a. m. (,-Ir through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New ft a

grower William Warnock of Ontario, honey depends on 8u6plolun L.......... .. .......... ewSmyrna. .............. ........ rflj leans 7 AS p. m.
appearance. Extracted honey put up ina lliIlp 11 .........,........."....... Lake HelCln ................... ...... .L. 12 lOp 440p SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Canadastanding behind them on the rail neat package is mere likely to meet :21al" ............ Orange City. ................ ........t. uOOn 4406p between New York'and Jacksonville and
Mall the
of the wagon, the rail being eight inches ....;:::: .. .. ..Orange city Janctb n................... 1165& 41AU Nos.Tia 38 FAahev111et Sleepers ClnclDIIIII
with ready sale than if in Sleeper
high, weighed 388:! ,, 8553j and 844 put up any trains betwef'n New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Dally except Suuday. %oa.. 33 and 34 carry throneh sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection tin
sort of style and without any label. Especially 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
pounds each, according to Mr. War. does the matter of looks make a llhTWHKN MltNVIKLK: A:>D +ANK )Itl). .36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta tv/
nock'e description pent'! together with No.1I1 I .tlTATION8. NO'1J Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is bnrajrht to Jacksonville by No 37.

the photograph of these colossal specimens difference in the sale of comb honey. !' i L.,... .............................Tltu TtU....................................Ar 3289 All baReaee will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold the city tlcta
Remember that a good of the difference .. ..................... office,202 Hogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
part .. ....".... .Hiroo .. ...................... .;... .....Lv l lap
to The Conn,)' Gentleman. In in price between comb honey ." ...."............... ..........". .Osteeo .. .. ... ........................ If 11 61. I I L. A. SHIPMAN, A. G. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT,Die. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay ft.
\ that paper Mr. Warnock farther tells 160.1 I ............................... .....Enterpriae.....;.............................. 11116a A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass.
II .?......-......... ....... .EDterprIM Junction.............................. 11 M& Agentat
'? the system by which be grows not only 1 A r........ ... ... ...... ... ... .. ..}Ian tord... ... ...... ...... ..........,. ... 1006All
squashes, but the largest watermelons / /1 train" between P9tuaville _and___ _Hanfol'd___no_ _),_.fly except Sun.la y =
and citrons! in his part of the country: t

"My land is made in good condition, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The .

;' being heavily manured every year. It steamer of the Florida Ka.t Ooaiit Steamship Company appointed to Bail &. followil .

:!t..m.n.p From Miami, 11:30 p. ra. Tuesiiays and Fridays.! Arrive Key Southern.Railway
i "City of and West 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.. Train 85 connects .
Wrsi" to I with steamer

,t from Key Went From Key West 8:80: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday. Arrive ,
Ulmer. Miami 6e0a.m.Thursdays
SundHya. connecting with train T8.St..ID.blp .
Gt tact "31From ,Miami ft a. m. Mondays and Thursdays, Arrive Key I
West 7 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays, Leave Key West 9 p. m. .
inl"-HitTitn. same day.. Arrive Havana 8 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
TWO KINDS or SHIPPING CASKS. From Havana, sailing direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesdays Excellent Service Out of Florida.
and extracted is paid for the nicer looks and Key West.an.l Fridays Arrive Miami S a. m. Wednesday and Saturdays,
connecting with train 78.Them .
of the former and if yon pack your Time Tables show the times. at which train.*and boaU maybe expected arrive and NORTH EAST WEST.
comb honey in any sort of box that depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at the time ,
happens to be at band it may make a consequences stated Is not guaranteed arising. therefrom.nor doe the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any

difference of 2. 8 and 4 cents a Dound." For copy Of local time card call at 22rt West Bay Street...1ackotonvlll_ o.. *AArom'
J.IAMMOT118QUASH FB.: With this advice Dr. Miller presents 3. P. BECKWITH, Trafflo Manager. --J. D.:RAHNEB, A.:G. P. A. THROUGH
; 'is a gravelly'formation, with about 16 the; following information in The National St.-Augustine-- '-.- ROOK:CARS, THOBOUOHFABI

',. Inches of clay loam on top. A 800 Stockman about cases: COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.:

"! pound squash can be grown on any partof Shipping cases for honey are made .

it by the following method of cultivation that: are'especially adapted to the pur. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
: For each bill I intend to plant pose. Not only are they convenient in ,

about the tat of April I take two good shape and size for packing and ship Via Through Jacksonville.VesMbnled Savannah Drawing-Room and Columbia Bleeping, without Cars change.,between Tampa and New Tork

wheelbarrow loads of hen manure and ping, hut they chow! off the honey to

mix' with four barrows of good soil taken good advantage when placed on the "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

from some other part of the lot. Thisis counter. tbe grocer by means of the
mixed second time the middle of Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New Tort
.. a glass on one side that allows the snow via Savannah! and Columbia.
i.. April The 1st of May I add four' bar white comb to be seen without allowingthe .
; ,. rows of well rotted manure and mix flies to light upon it or tbe fingersof Embracing Lynchburg. Charlottesville

t:, thoroughly ; then about the 18th of meddlesome' urchins to be punched r. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
!I. ''/ : May make the hills and plant, dig out Into it.Two.
11 'i- 7 feet in diameter and 14 inches Pullman Drawtnlr'Room Sleeping Cars to Macon
I a space kinds of shipping cases are shown p FeC CIncinnati. Atlanta, Chattanooga ui
ti:: deep, fill in my compost mixing and In illustration. The upper one holds

'r: kith it some of the best earth which 12 of the so called one pound sections Through. Pullman Sleeping Cars to

'ft. was thrown out. When finished, the"f two, sections being seen through the ip

"; hill will be about ten feet in diameter ;lass. The ]lower case contains 24 sections : ," ,_ 0 Cincinnati, via Columbia and. Asheville Through the

:'; .. and six inches higher in the center than four of them being in sight. Cases _

4'. the surrounding level. Then plant the for' 48 sections have also been mode, but "LAND OF THE SKY."
seed. Hills want to be about 20 feet
these are little used. The tendencyseems
r Daily Limited Train For
Cincinnati via Everett.
Work the well until the r
apart. ground to be rather toward the 12 section -

r' ; plants commence to run. When about cu!\e. A 12 section case that is a com .

'. three feet long, I mulch The ground all promise in appearance between the two + any For agent\ detailed of the information SOUTHERN: RAILWAY M to rates or, its schedules connections.. sleeping car reservations, eta, apply

over for 20 feet in diameter around each cases in the picture is very popular. In

!; bill with horse manure three 'Inches It three sections are in sight, there being 1 l
::: deep and' stake the vines down with four rows of three sections each. R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 213 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

," a ticks to keep the wind from rolling This last style of case will cost you //1// J. M. GULP. W A, TURK, S. H. HARD WICK,

them about, so that they may root at somewhere from 8 to 10 cents each, de- Tramc! Manager, Gen. Pas* Agt. AMt- Qea- Pay Af-
t every joint. It l is of great advantage to : pendingon the number bought. At this Washington D. n Washington D. C. Atlanta G*.

keep the vine from fruiting. as long as price you get material ready to nail together April to, 1899.MALLORY,

possible, by pruning all fruit bloom off everything complete including .
i until about the last week in July. This nails and glass. S.a Tri-Weekly Sailings -

will give time enough' to mature a 800

) pound squash by the 1st of October for A dandy font Lifter. '

...; there must be a big vine to produce a This illustration of a fence post lifter BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ... STEAMSHIP LINE.
big squash.," reproduced from The Farm and Fire. .

.. :: Mr. Warnock practices fertilizing a aide, tells its own tttory of the mannerof a Florida New York;

': few of the first blooms that come, and its use. The lifter ia a stout, season- (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Philadelphia and Boston.

'f when the first perfect specimens have From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
.set well be cuts off all other fruit and I

f t"J" blossoms and nips the end off vines that The.Finest. Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe i iii: To make connections PASSENGER with steamers SERVICE., leave Jacksnnilk
{ how bloom. He uses liquid manure Oov.Balretd
on Thursdays at II:20 a. m., via Fernandlna and |
W 1. twice a week while great growth of I (Cumberland Route). Arrive BrunswICk6:30f.m.: nun "r ?
, *
route. Or, via all rail, \ : : p. i 1.6
I: quash is going on, and J is particularly &; P.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Hrun wl
careful to give plenty of water .1 I Clyde New England and Southern Lines p. m. 1'asaengers on arrival,go directly aboard steamer.

i Corn Cultivation /41 I Direct Service Between PROPOSED SAILINGS

,; On large and fairly level fields some LT.New York, Pier 21 E.U., 3:00p. m., (Standard Time.) L,.. Bruniwlct

\ form of two horse riding cultivator is 'I1 Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points. FridaTjane......COLORADO .Friday!Jujf h t j

often used the disk cultivator being Friday July 1.. RIO GRANDE.?. ..Friday, "II
at Charleston S. C. both ) Friday 14.COLORADO. .........Friday,
more popular than any other. With \l I (Calling ways Friday, If 21., ..............RIO GRANDE.. ......Friday, *
these Implements it is not difficult( to \ SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS I
'0 .... For general Information steamers, trains rates, eta,apply to any railroad agent or to
cultivate as much as eight acres in a I II II Southbound...................,... ............11........ .............*-"' "" -Lewis aarf, j->-w u BASIL GILL B. A.,220 W. Bay St.JackeonviltaH. \

o day, and very such inexpensive.rapid work makes By planting cultivation Northbound.............,.......".....:.................. from foot of Hogan Street JacksonvilleClyde's H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.

l' in checks so tha'{ cultivation can be C.H.-MALLORY,General Agent Pier, ,20, E.River, and 384 Broadway N. T.

given in both directions and by the use .
Johns Line. _
St. River -
ef the harrow for the earlier cultivationand -- -

I. a two horse cultivator for the later
:: work tbe total expense for labor in pre BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD

paring tbe land planting and cultivating .I.If Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford UnterprUe, Fla.and Intermediate landing on the 8t.John's River. HOMESEEKERS

!, does not exceed 11.00 tott.7l1per STEAMER ................. ..
t Professor of f
\ acre. Tracy Mississippi "
:;, says this plan is now being followed on

1 t have many tested large the plantations matter thoroughly but many have who I Leave Jacksonville 6:00 1". m.,'fUNdafl ndSaturdays. Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for I

Leave Sanford 5:OO a.m., Mondays and Thursdays.
come to the conclusion that more tbQr. I
of theFlorida
LIFTING A rosr. copy
ough though more expensive cultivation '
is more profitable in the end.Iaoure ed post about four inches in diameter Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
r and six: or seven feet long. It is shod

) for Hurljr rotators, with a heavy piece of Iron with an oat W. B. WARBURTON, T. P. A... I M.TRONMO\OERJi.. Fla.Pa..A, East Coast art
It is hardly possible to make land too turned point. .With this implement. asa II Bowling Green.N.w York. 204 Wut Hal 8t..JackIODTJUe. .Fia.
ANt. Fla. 8ul't.
a rich where the early crop of potatoes is correspondent reports it is an easy, Jacksonville Fla. Foot Bupertateadent. Fla.
to be planted. The rich soil insure matter with the use of another post asa THKO. 0. KOKIl T, M.. B Bowling Green,New York.

early growth 'of.t. e, plants, 'and that fulcrum to pry out tbe old posts after TTM. P LYDE CO., a..raJA..t..
W h. uaUwar* Av.PhUad.lpbia.PRI1TINC
B BowlUs Ore...Ne.'Y.-
they will come,up with thjck, vigorous' i wprking them loose no matter bow ; We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and fit
talks, which is the unfailing sign of a tenaciously they stick.

good crop. Too much manure will cause a.**d';4. HU WaTt JOB Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in tb" United States.
$$ rot in potatoes late in the season, but .
with the is Seems fanny that's messenger boy Apply toe
early potatoes crop generally
could beat the' United States mail
harvested before it has time to either J

'JUI\\\ qr.rot Generally the early po. doean'titl"VObI. goeep they took his 6 cent OF ALL KINDS JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

tatodepmaybegotoflintilnetopisntF nottl from him and told Mm be
cabbage for a late crop, and there will away Knouted at theADVOCATED FLORIDA EAST COAST K'T,
might finish it at b. back.
soon a* got
be richer soil for the cabbage roots than F' .
lib while the Indianapolis Journal PRINTING .OFFICE. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLAr. -
,. ere.-"was' potatovj were grow ; .




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Sl:AnlU:l:ZI:, FLA. rinjr. UP CIIAIUH
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Any adult suffering from a cold settledon
All I.
"WhHtt-/er 1- Worth Holme At
the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung
ATLANTA, GA. The Colonnades. SEABREEZE, FLA. Worth DoInK Well. Doubles of any nature, who will call at
Many a busy farm wife adds to he ; Fred 8. ChaftVe's drug store, Tllusvllle,

-- manifold duties the rearing of chicks or J. P. Cooper's drug store' Cocoa, Fix,

Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain The feeding and care that she bestow will ho presented'h, sample.. bottle of
open 1\1II1uI001'r. isurf bathing! Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. attractive little creatures Boschce's Geiman Syrup, ficn of chffrge.:
Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. on these are Only me bottle Riven to one poison and

HERBERT F.. SMITH, Lessee. not wholly given because they ar none to children\ without older fiompatents.

: things of beauty, bnt because she knows .
-l.i : : ..4 I I that there are good "returns" in store No throat or lung remedy ever had
ir+ '' k v such a sale ns Bnrher'n 0"!riinnii Syrup
a NEW HOUSE for all the time and feed that she bestows '
In ,
1\111'1\1'1" of ilnrltlllrrd wiuM Twenty
Beach House the chicks! .
properly upon wee years ago niHiK.n of liotiUs were
NEW FURNITURE. Properly bestows, mind for I Improper: given away, and your drucgNtH! will tell

and insufficient food overfed or irrcgn you Its success was marvetftiiv,, It Is
Sea Breeze avenue; one minute from Beach. Tublo 'ftrst-clas. Sea Food A really the only thou and lung remedy
fed chicks entail low or result In
specialty. Day: $1.50; Liberal weekly teims. Address larly a geuerallyundursedby l l phjttlol.iif: One
0. W. SCIIUYLER a disappointingly small profit. When 7'nt.: bottle' will rumor nn ''-1' vnluc.Sold .
IfesT chicks are 94 hours. old they may usually J. by dealers In cIvlllzed ('0111111 It'll.Don't .
Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla. be removed with safety from the>

nest if thrynre placed in a snnny
blame .u dentist, for looking
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sheltered nook or corner, In n rainproof
fciivIOTEL 'rITUS"n LI:. do\\'nln the J\ohlh-thnt' what he gets
coop, having n lt01\r,1Ilt'lOr.
v examine mother Biddy. paid for
_ ,_ ; r ; Carefully .... .. .
iD&T3Di.A.w RIVER OPJ'EL"TITUSVILLE and, if not entirely free from lice, *ut- ---- --- -

ject her to the cleansing fumes of HOIIII Mis. Albert T.I3Iur.II' 'I'ullnpuusn| : O.i.,
lolJtll1ca killer If you have none !sat uitte-!*: Halve toed! Dr. M I. .\. Mmmona
fcfcrPw v$
__ tti mate an old rag with kerosene, rub her Liver Medicine I *>IT and out 2: year: for
INDIAN RIVER, legs well and brush over the feather Toipld Liver, nnd am hound to sly" I
think it betterhim' ) Xellln's\ nnd Black
FLORIDA. lightly, taking e'"lledul11linl to rub the Draught, having taken quite u <|U.uilltyof
breast feathers, wings and tinder part: all these medicines.!
of the hOlly feather, bnt do not have
.... J. G. BAST, Proprietor. wet enough to drip. Place her in the
ARAGON ATLANTA, OA. coop with her babies. liens treated In Admiral Dowry says the HIM bit of (lotion

The Palace Hotel of the South. this way once a week or once in two ho ever read l \dlts Uoblnnon CiuUo.

American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best q The hotel fronts on tho WN'k,111 rarely have any lice to transmit ------

lommercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocksom a x\.. n. R ? wide s\\'eIHlf bay(7( rail** to their chicks.A Remember th.ii, 'the INDIAN liiVRitAnvoOAlK
Union denot, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Rt + h;. in width), formed by the hurdle, built, of woven wire or : doeR nil\ kinds tlr job .I'm lnIlugat
lorn trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled 1)l t,iU rt i Indian River, making It a lath about the to protect the short notice. Snd them an order
ft any hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, delightful summer re.h coop hens from and be cuinlm.ul, 11,1&II IK the j-luto: to
'.50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. on0111taain ion! dnm( ill ahf'rv.; : ., u, Qh soit. Constant cool chicks from other or herself noun have job prlntlni dime.
morsel for
GEO. W. COLLIER + i '") breezes from the and cat intent on a juicy
Jr., Manager. ,$ ; sea _. _. .
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bay. Flowing sulphur or her kittens is a wise precaution a --=

n 4eAt u u spitngs. Special summer necessary one if yon dodro:\ to mine /I FREE '
rates.Titusvtllo largo per cent of the chicks hatched,
he Holland ATLANTA. OAt especially necessary if yon are raising CONSULTATION

27-29 Auburn Avenue. '-=---- pure bred birds. The wire cat bo taken
down, rolled np and put away after the with our homo Ir'Rtment."e are
Hoarding Houses. chickens are grown, and will last for and tho benefitof
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.MRS. physicians, you get
years. our experience, No matter what
F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, MRS, DEISNER'S' BOARDING HOUSE TITUHVII.LK, .FL.. After using variety of foods I him your trouble) Is, how simple or how
for the past two years fed rolled oats
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1C29.Hemlersonvillc In and millet seed almost exclusively. One hopeless, we can do you good, and
Board and room, $1.00. per day. When need of white or rye Bread, pies,
cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, might think it expensive food, but it lit If we ciin't wo will honestly toll you

N. C. hotels and families supplied. not. Take a few dozen ggs I to the rot Thousands of tltcd', weary, sick,
IrocerlllIt exchange them for ontmeul. and h01'011.181people have been en

It yon are not more than pleased with tlrely and permanently cured! by
BILLCOTE BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE, 'l'I'fU8VILLF., FLA. the results and the cheapnora of this

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. feed, then your experience will differ COMPOUND
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day greatly from mine. On no account wet!

Special-rates by week or month. or cook the oatmeal. Feed dry always OXYGENWhy
First-class accommodation for a limited number of guests, In a country C. HOUKNIfJHT, Proprietor.Sick Millet seed makes them plump quails
house, two and a half miles from town
good driving
; healthy
and beautiful Place the coops where the chicken cut not take heart again und Investigate -
scenery. Address
II. C. STOKES Headache, Wind on the Stomach, containing limestone will probably as have free acres to the garden, and they this great! principle. We have

Uendersonvllle, N. C. Biliousness, Nausea, are quickly cured well supply the deficiency lime exist will glean nil the bugs and worms thai thousands of testimonials ,Send! for

by a few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons ing in most toods, but use of the nhnrp- tl\ln pInt affords und will also get all the book on home treatment, wonderful
Medicine. grit they require. Never neglect to provide -
er grits with it may be well. Long or cures to the Hick, etc., free
JACKSONVILLE.: them with plenty of pure, wa
of dry
sharp splinters glass or
should be avoided in the grit furnished.The ter. If one hasn't a drinking fountain,,
AFRICAN GEESE. sire of the particles of grit had better a very good substitute is it saucer or tinplate |
llERRITT'Sot in which baking powder or tomato
be larger than a kernel of wheat and I
They I'o..p.. SInnr Good Points and smaller than a kernel of corn. An unlimited ran is phtced.Vo vary their feed 1111 3Irani St., IMilla., Pn.
Are Excellent: for Cro. Breeding.Gool by giving occasionally finely chopped or '
supply of well pounded glass Ot IT deb l WX .
eand Restaurant: Africans areas large as the best bud hard boiled eggs. As soon as garden
has been found to produce no results
Embdecs or Tonlonne geese and grow where the food and the grit accessible vegetables begin to grow shreddalonlpn

MAIN STREET, faster and larger than either up to mid- to the fowls contain abundance tops and crisp lettuce It'aVfHIre addedto

snminer, when goslings should be mar of lime, bnt where the food is deficient their bill uf fare.! As the chicks develop .. Virginia Homes
from oatmeal, and millet
Did change
Placide Jacksonville Fla. lime and other grit is obtainable, we
keted. They uUo lay the largest eggs, j in no / for feed
seed to cracked corn ( night ])
and almost equal the Toulouse in number Lena cut an injuriously large quantity buckwheat
RESTAURANT. Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. produced. They are good sitters, of glass. There should always be an and give wheat screenings or -
I abundance of grit within reach of.. mornings. You learn all about Vlr"lnllLandA,
American and Plans. easy
European and therefore will not lay BO steadily. that tho little. feathered
Always era
I the fowls; a deficiency will retard the I Its resources, products, mode of cul-
Florida Business Specially Desired. It takes a few days to break them np pets are securely housed if a sudden
$4.00 1 l j5cts. to $2.00 after each sitting is laid. The African digestion and weaken the constitution. storm IH imminent, and let their shelter tivation, prices, etc., by reading tho

foprto J} Ameiican.A European { per day. ganders are like Leghorn/ males among -Feather. at all times bo such that they are dry VlnrluUi Farmer, Send lOcts.

fowls, the most active and attentive i Hnifiirll for Mat Ins.. and warm. A chilled chick is quite iu for 3 months subscription to the

first-class Barber Shop in connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. ganders of any of the large breeds. Beginners will find in the following 1 I bad off hs'yon would bo In a like condition Farmer Co., Kmporla, Va.

They may be given four times as many suggestions by V. M. Couch in Poultry Remember they are "bit by" .-.---
geese as'the Toulouse ganders and twiceor Monthly, n help in selecting breeding chicks, and if you would have them
raluferio.Travelers' three times us many as the Euibden stock "Tho mule bird should bo a grow and thrive yoh must treat them 111,.i Choice .

Hotel New males, and rarely fail to insure highly model and exhibit tho distinctive character accordingly Cold! und lice are their WlnosLlquore

fertile eggs. The only drawbacks this of the breed to which ho belongs. greatest enemies, tho two sources from v.r v .t and Cigars,
ra Management. most valuable and important breed are I He should bo ,good,; sized, healthy and which nearly all their ills emunato.
Manager. its dark bit! and skin and the fact thatit I fnll of activity, with no constitutional Careful hcniing nights und rainy days Guaranteed I'ure.

1111. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. J. G. RICE, is harder than the others to pick. detects. lIe should have a clear cut profile will prevent the former, cleanliness' h Sold at reduced!

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. When dressed, the white /gosling lendsit with smooth, glossy plumage anda and a judicious use of a good liquid lice prices

in price. A greater number of large keen eye. lie should have n broad killer certainly will prevent or totally Import*dTuk.y ;

Electric Lights, Electric Dells, Baths, Complete Service. goslings will usually be secured from chest und carry hinmelf with a proud annihilate the latter. Yon may think Wine,
pure Africans than from Einbdena or yet graceful air. The females shouldbe this altogether too much trouble. Yon from Italy.
TUB BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. Toulouse wated straight chosen to combine good size, pure "would rather let them take care of

IT" Take car at the Union D.pol.nd ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. By mating an EmLden gander with and even color, strong constitution/ / and themrelvesthan fnhslike that." Do yon John B. Togni,

African,geese he will be more attentive symmetry in form. When selecting/ / hatch 10 to 12 chicks. from every sitting '
Saloon 12-1 East St.
than to either Eiubden cr Toulouse bens for breeding, we should look first and rear them all when they "take care Metropolitan Hay ,

,HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. geese, thus insuring a high per cent of for good layers and the most perfect in themselves, ?" Or do yon have several JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Opposite St. James Hotel. fertile eggs, while .a majority' theKoslings general appearance, and by this combi bens wandering .around half the summer Vh41.ul. and 1(.UI1....- ..
raised will come white in to obtain with two possibly three, .. ;
nation are sure a superior one or) ,
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Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and bills and
plumage and with yellow legs. fora
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas An African gander mated with Embden offspring. --- chicks apiece T Do you get $1 sell$10 sit- Tho Largest and Most Complete :; 1
cockerel Do
ant stay. Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack pullet or you Establishment South. 1
sonville. very geese will Insure more fertile eggs than Catherine 1':1&. In Wheelbrrorr tiugsof eggs at $1 to $5 each t Dear ;
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. if an Euibden gander is need, and manyof I Leyson ieland 'which lies about 800 farm sister, "Whatever is worth doingat GEO. S. HACKER & SON ."
the goslings will be of the desired miles west of Honolulu U a gigantic all is worth doing well."-Alma 1

color for market. An Euibden gander birds', nest. About 2B different specie Cole Pickering in housekeeper J

PABLO J1EACJI. mated with Toulouse geese, while not I are found there, including ducks, boobies .' .

so snre. to give as high per cent of fertile gulls,,; and frigate birds. On this Food Value of llen'v LSta.. 1.,1

eggs as an African, will usually insure I I I speck of land the birds lay, hatch and A subject for continual discussion be ... )

Hotel excellent results, a large numberof die by millions. They gather on the tween ontrymen! and especially writ.
PABLO BY-TUE-SEA, FLA. of which will be in such numbers that
goslings, most! light railroad track era on poultry, l ia the difference, sap 'AIj
. ,
white. For Christmas this Is \j
or geese
posed[ orreal, between white find brown ,
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First the most desirable cross and gives the pggv. On (bis question/ a bulletin of the 41WMYW .
class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed largest light colored goslings. The Ton- government's agricultural bureau say,

rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21; also louse gander in this sort of eroding has and this ought/ to nettle it)
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building.\ None but the rio place and can be dispensed with. 'It has been lIaM by wine that the 1

finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. Failing to secure African ganders of NY brown eggs are richer than the white 'I"
I SYDNEY IIAIGII, Proprietor, the right sort, Drown China or African ran; ,1 ones. This statement ia not borne out ,

i Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. Brown China crow ganders way be -;.-t: ... by a chemical analysis, and the physical r .,'
used with about an good results. Theyare .I L. ---'- .. -- .f3
- ",...ro---- -; -. .-. examination/ proven that the main MANUFACTURERS. OF
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-- ---- still wore active than Africans, but 'I-.Q of though extremely
: points[ superiority,
ST. AUGUSTINE. are smaller, not so hardy to stand cold .-" -- .-, JZ f- light, uro possessed by the white eggs. Doors Sash, Blinds, "

--- winter, und their goslings partake of :!. --::..: The, minute differences that are fonnd
their excitable nature and do .. --- ....- ...
nervous --- between the two groups are exceeded Moulding & Building Material r;: I
Algonquin Hotel. not take on flesh or fatten as readily. MILLIONS OF EGGS. by\ variation between the varieties :;
jzz However where size of goslings in of \
they impede the progress of the mule within the same group. We can thereFore Office
}Varerooms King, opposite J,
; ; King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. little importance, or where a medium cars, and a man nits in front of the car state as a conclusion, both from a Cannon Street ;
furnished and under sized bird in desired, and especially with a stick and pushes them out of chemical and a physical point of view, .

new Refitted management., newly Centrally located where no preference is shown whether the way. The inhabitants frequently that there are practically no differ ,Charleston] S. C.
dark whether ,
dress white
tp near all points of Interest. Large sample goslings or or are compelled to clcse doors and windows ences, so far as the food value is con "
the bills or legs are yellow or dark, the birds from cerned between the white shelled and '
Over coming
I room for use of traveling men. to prevent the and
looking Plaza and Monuments. A lull'Iew Brown Chinas, bred pare, will be the into their housed in numbers. A wheel brown shelled egDidn't *-* Sash Weights, Cord

} t of the ocean and rolling breakers most profitable cf all breeds; their barrow fnll of eggs may be gathered iu t
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric sharp voice will be a drawback.-Sam % abort time. Hardware :
"' bells and a perfect system of aewerag uel Cnshinan in Farm Poultry Concern Her./ "

Rates; 12.00 r to qBo t day. Special rates by the week. Shell "Your dressmaker's bills are too WJndow and Fancy Glasy
$2.50 per Order nd Grit. Sour Stomach la one of the first symptoms high," be said.
Open C. F. COX Proprietor.
year Repeated experiments, have proved of a coming Bilious attack. Cureit "Well." she replied, "why don't you A SPECIALTY. :
doses of!Jr. M. A. Simmons
that oyster shells are not a necessityfor a peak to her about it'"Chicago Post ,
Liver Medicine.
hell material but at the tame time .
PLAZA ----- -- -- Palmetto Drugstore, Daytona. ,
HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. valuable aa grit The feeding of oyster lie Knew,

shell during the laying period ia to be .ndWktikty P.biti. "What kind of a tree ia the hardest chemicals F
This hotel is for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near recommended. One pound of crashed PI U M cured f>.ln.! Book horn ol without ..,- to climb!" asked the teacher. Drugs, medicines, ,due toilet
Postofflce Bank and Cathedral. oyster shell contains lime enough for O llouur ant t RE*, "One that baln't got no limbs," lit soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
week.V. .. 0. M WUOLLK CO. fancy toilet articles In great variety.
Rooms $1.50 to 6.00 per .. -
Wets to $1.00 per day; D. SANCHEZ Manager about seven dozen eggs. Fine gravel .N.N... Y., v1.e., lilt Nortb fr/or 8t tIe Albert replied.-Chicago News M. HUSTON, propr.


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1 T 1 GAY DOINGS IN JACKSON- C.and E.was Garner toastmaster, occupied of l the the neat evening.of honor On, Summer Excursion Hates to nil S. "W- C.A.RROZ: : :: ,:=: .,,

VILLE. his right was the honored guest Col.E. the ne ort8.

C. Long, vice-prcsldent-of the Atlantic GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All KiM'
Valdosta & Western in .
How Jarkiionvllllanft Trout Their Gnrt Railway, Summer excursion tickets are on sale
whose honor, with the railroad officials from June Jet, to September 30th., lim Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited,

Florida may well feel proud of her and visiting; guests, the banquet was ited to return October 31st., 189! via TITUSVILLE! FLORIDA
I metropolis l i When the Jacksonville given. The tables were beautifully decorated the Southern Railway, at very low rates,
Hoard of Trade, beaded by that most ; many of the decorating plants to resorts In Virginia, North and South
enterprising and self-sacrificing gentleman being loaned by Mr. Cbas. A. Merritt, of Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia 'and the :
President C. E. Garner, undertaken the Merritt's Placlde hotel. At each Northwest. E. :I.J.: :s czS ,

to do anything, or entertain visitors plate the guests found a beautiful little : "Summer homes" folders, "Landof
BENJ. W. JE OME.... o In that fair city, It l Is done with boutonniere, wrapped In silver tissue. tho sky" pamphlets and maps other Interesting Groceries, Grain. Hay,, Garden Seed Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, FR,

such will that It would put to shame Mr. O. Pierre Havens acted ias Grand literature sent free to any addressby And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Grot,
Stat KeprcscnUllve!\ : PEN'NSYLVANtV some of the cities of the union five times Butler, and started the banquet by pop- applying to R. W. Hunt Florida I Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively; ) !
IRON WORKS OO., for the size. Invitations were issued by the ping the corks of many bottles of Moet Passenger; Agent, 212 West Bay St., Jacksonville the above line of goods. ,We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol :1
the :Sale of ULOIIK OAS ENUlNES:: above noble body of men, signed l by that and Chandon, Cliquot, Pierre Juet, etc. Fla.ROBBINS. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, ':'
'Luluu and Stationary.':! pleasant and affable gentleman, Mr. C. and the wine flowed. The toasts and 1
y if. Smith, secretory of the Board of speeches then commenced, and were -
r :Selling Agent; COLMAN ACETYLENE I Trade, to attend and celebrate on the kept up until the "wee sma' hours," -
OAS MACHINES. Safest, CheajHct 'lath of July, one of the greatest events when all adjourned to their respective GRAHAM &
and! U !nt light for private dwellings I of the year 1800-the entrance Into Jack. abodes, well pleased with the evening's & Lesley Motlowy
andftorpilccs stnres. o Konville of the Atlantic, Valdosta & entertainment. In the morning after
\Ventern Kail way. Punctually at 10X the banquet quite a number of the (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
catalogues and estimates, a. m., Thursday, a very large, and one guests thought they had got their head- ...IawyorJg.a.
address, of the most powerful engines steamed gear mixed, as they found some difficulty Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and WhlsDrz
;, nE:\J. w. JEROME, Into the station, at the foot of Catherine in making their hats fit; so they took WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND ,
Rocklcrigc, Fla. itreefr.: drawing behind a number 01"eantlful their hats In their hand, and made for Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. I
saloon coaches, well filled with Pablo, took a dip in the briny deep, and UNITEDSTATES COURTS.
Jacksonville's welcome guests, from returned to town, looking more like A First-class1,, Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool Table,
Asso'lon Valdosta and stations on the line to neptune's than merchants and -
The Anhenser Basc Brewing way disciples
and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention \
Jacksonville, having made the trip from tillers of the soil from an Inland coun- ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Family given: to n(
order. LOSLEY &
orders. Cash mu accompany your MOTLOW, Titusville '
.famous St. Lou In Kill and JkiHlcU Jloer.M Valdosta, Including stoppages, In two try."All ,ft.
hours and thirty minutes, a distance of aboard," and the great Mogul for Brevard and Dade
TxMley Motlow, Tltuivllle, FU.Xr
/> by :'tfe""
!Mr. J. I). C'rabl, Cocoa, Kla.By 107 miles. This shows a very high rate hauled Its living and happy crowd out of
Mr. W. J.Tucker, Yon I'lerce, Fla. of speed for the new road. the new station, all swearing they would Counties. INSURANCE. Protect Your
The reception committee of the Board spend every cent in Jacksonville, and FIRE
...JOSEPH ZAPF.. of Trade, accompanied by the ADVOCATE singing, "For they are jolly Good Fellows Property Against ,
representative, were there to greet the ," "For they are Jolly Good Fellows," We have a large List LIGEJTNING: : -A.ncl: ClYC7I, ON -
invited and each of the And thus these S.
Wholesale Beep! and Liquors guests, one etc. delighted Georgia
guests were presented with badges; that ans took their leave of Jacksonville, the of Lands owned by I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
they might be Identified. After the coming capitol of Floiida. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
West Bay Street, cheering had ceased and the band stop In conclusion we may mention that ourselves and clients. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ped playing, Mr. Frank Clark stepped the following speakers also took an active For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCIIUYLER,
forward; In his hand he held a massive\ part at the banquet: Titusvillc, Fla.
solid silver railroad spike, of excellent Address of welcome on behalf of the Price for unimproved

workmanship, and with an appropriate Board of Trade, W. B. Owen. =
Southern Home speech presented It to the vice-president Address Of welcome on behalf. of the lands. $3 to $100 81.35 $1.=
of the new road, Col. E. C. Long, saying: city, Mayor Bowden. 35

Bird Food "Colonel Long: I have been commis- "Our Invited Guests. ," D. U. Fletcher. per acre.
Mocking E. 3. Denmark Valdosta. WE SELL
sioned to perform on this occasion a duty Response, .
which Is most pleasing to me. I have "Jacksonville, Her Prosperity and I
r 25cts per lb.5.lbs.. been requested by one of Jacksonville's Prospects," J. M. Barrs. WE have a few Residence, Orange

foremost and enterprising citizens, Mr. Response, Col. W. M. Toomer, Way- Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
for $1.00Fresh Frank Clarkson, as expressive of his cross, Ga."The .HARRISON'S.
goodwill as well as of the esteem .in A., V. & W. R'y," Frank Clark. locations. Prices Reasonable. .
Every Day. which the people of Jacksonville generally Response, lion. A. W. Smith, Atlanta,
Manufactured by hold you and the great interest you general counsel for the A.,V. <& W. road.
represent, to present to you this'solid "The State of Florida," J. C. Cooper. OFFICESTITUSVILLE{
and MIAMI. TOWN':: dz CO'CTN'TRY: ::
HENRY R. THOMAS\- silver railroad spike, and ask that you Response, Senator R. G. Dickerson,
will use It to make the last fastening at Homerville, Va.
,x, La Villa Pharmacy, this end of your magnificent railway. "Our Commercial Relations: ," J. E.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., 'Mr. Clarkson is, as you know, one of Hartrldge. .FAINTS.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. our o prominent business men, thoroughly .Response. E. W. Lane. Valdosta. East Coast Meat MarketG. .
identified with the best Interests "The Press," W. R. Carter. .
of the city, and realizes that this great "The Quaker," B. P. Jones, Valdosta.
THE A. p ,FRIES DRUG 00.r enterprise means much for the future "Legislation Touching Railroads," W. F. DUREN, Agent. JAS.: PKITCHAKD & SON,
prosperity of Jacksonville, and that its S. West, Valdosta. 1:3: ::'
happy consummation is largely due to "The Coming Valdosta Exposition," CD T1.1.1.1s'V'l.11e: F1.a.
Wholesale: and, Retail the energy and executive ability of its A. T. Moore, Valdosta. s-:>>- _. -
vice-president and general manager. "What Shall Follow the Pines?" R. F. ca.: $1.35 $ ..85
And now, In behalf of Mr. Clarkson, I Ousley, Valdosta c::> s:>>
DRUGS.and MEDICINES present you this spike of pure silver, "Development of Our Resources," S. -.. s:>> I .
trusting that through the years that are T. Klngsbury. Valdosta. tyri :
to come Valdosta and Jacksonville will "Jacklonvlho, Our New Neighbor," w_ ca.: .
121!) East Hay Street, be mutually beneficial to eachother, by .1. O. Varnedoe, Valdosta. I And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a
: being In closer contact, and that the Atlantic "Georgia and Florida," Gordon Craw-
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Valdosta & Western will prosperas ford, Valdosta. ( )) good share of the balance at or near
she deserves to prosper until the "Woman," B. F. Strickland, Valdosta. =::I '
J. D. O'HERN, hopes of her promoters and bulldeis "Go as You Please," J, M. Wilkinson, : CD tow the STOVE, and a
t: shall blossom Into full fruition." Valdosta. =::I

Manager. y'ol. Long replied In a brief and Titusville Florida.
will make the cook comfortable.We .
l clue manner, saying It was quite a surprise or
to him, thanking. Frank Clark For Sale, Beautiful Home,
For Sale for his kind and eloquent remarks, and sell PATENT SCREEN: CLOTH, at Jacksonville prices.
o also Mr. Frank Clark lion for the presentof Of 13 rooms, 10 acres, in the city; all NEAR &-TAYLOR

At I Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre a beautiful solid silver spike. Mr. .. \In first class sacrifice order. Will account be sold l at of a Chas. A.. Gardner, Titusville, Fla
great on
Clarkson then handed Col. Long a maul
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. owner leaving Apply, "* Artesian WellCONTRACTORS rm- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal with which he tapped the spike into the y o ly.t
terms. Address, tie, and completed the link between Val! 11. W. OI.ADINO, ,krf } I
dosta and Jack8cnvllle.Then Thomasvllle, Ga. \
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. the entire party, headed by f I t When in JACKSONVILLE mmIT vnu
Captain Garner wended, their wav tu ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT IteL, 'h ) IVfJ
the St. Johns river. At the wharf the Is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices, V'Wi; : Ban Gallic Fla. Visit 1 finJJ.J ,

"Sain Perkins! Is Dyeing." beautiful steamer May Garner lay patiently and particulars on application to
waiting the whole crowd to em The finest SALOON In the South.
bark. In less than ten minutes the
Gentlemen's gangplank
clothing Cleaned, pressed Jacksonville Fla.

i, All Old and orders clothing repaired.by made mail Dyeing to look In all equal its branches.to new. sound captain was the gave whistle hauled orders to and aboard cast strike off, the the up noble Hues the, Pleasn mention" the ADVOCATE, when PIANOS,,. II: High Grade The best liquors that money can traj

or promptly <
express ,
'I' attended to. Prices low Work good. band; and we were under Satisfaction guaranteed. jolly a party as ever crossed over a gang Only
Merchants' Lunch from 11B. to 2 15c. with bottle of Beer.
plank.It m Export
p: m., ,
SAM PERKiNS Cleaner and
v' Dyer,
was an ideal day, and we had an L PIANOS i//! No agents to add
Titusvillo, Fla. SMITH & MUNCH Proprietors.
10 in Sanford, Fla. ideal man aboard, that well-known and SUN LIGHT GAS LAMP ..s o : ; expense.Benefit ,
years far-famed caterer, Mr. Chas. A. Merritt, UE ..:I Given to Customers.
and what thls'gentleman does not know ., + m W
about supplying the wants of the inner Q glitJ Write for full particulars.
nr- Reading notice ads. on this page mAn is not worth knowing. In the forepart .--I .... <"'curn lSQ to GAY '
aro live cents per lino per ,week. ( of the ship lunch was served,' and : Q 1iuz DAVENPORT KERRISON, BROTHERS}
.... .. 7
< Qti::
such lunch sandwiches of all kinds
a ..
= ::J. ; '" Director of Conservatory of Music,
galore, soft drinks, large bowls of claret cd u(IJ .s" .:
cup, barrels of beer, cigars etc., etc., xoa 310 Main St.,
which were served to the guests by an C1-4 w ('g a apAT'o JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Palatka Florida. GROCERS
army of waiters. When Mr. Merritt MAY 10. lit). c. 1>00r2 t
found that he was crowded at the lunch a: J..N 0Q i
he divided his waiters ...- Q. ,.. 0 We make
counter, putting t>eQ 0 As an advertising ,'medium, no a Special Feature of our
half of them to eatables and
: carrying cs,2b feod
on the East Coast can beat the
drinkables to those In other of the paper
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Mail Order
ship that could not got conveniently to Department
and be convinced of the pink paper'
the lunch counter.' This proved he was o worth.
the fitted man for the occasion, and he C a .
received much praise. s rS Knowing how difficult It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
The good ship steamed as far as Cum- s:...., 3 2=3 CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
trier's Mill, then turned around and went I -_ a AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be Batisfa"torj.
Admiral the
up stream as far as Villa\ Alexandria c:::> WlU (Achievements naval of hero. Ity Murat neweyi'llalstead world'srreatest the We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hart
# when she turned again for the point of w fig life-long friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. many articles! not usually found in other and smaller houses.
embarcatlon, where we arrived about 2: a aud best book; over 600 SEND
Illustrstlona. FOR
m., allll\ndlnf.t safely, delighted with ; nearly lee pages bait-tone
p. = i! :. 0 Only |1.50.: Enormous demand. lUg; commissions. -
the trip. At this point the ADVOCATE 115 Dearborn Street. E3:: Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write .
r representative proposed three good, Chicago, III., a.2S quicic.: The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
hearty cheers for Capt. Gainer, for his C a IJ. Caxton Bldg., Chicago. E. A. WADDELL
for Sale, kindness and the delightful and most In- ,
vigorating trip on his good ship( May \
Garner also to Mr. Chas. A. Merritt for City and Dade County -
Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties ; ESTABLISHED 1875.
; July delivery. Enquire of attending so well to our wants; and, last
t.f JAMES AXDUKWS, Eden, Fla. but not (east, to the First Battalion Real Estate .
; band, which accompanied us on our trip Wm.OVRS: ; : <3G CO. Bureau.
d and kept all jolly with their delightful -

For Sale. strains of rausio. After the cheering
ceased, all formed In linn two deep, GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. A Select List of BAY BISCAYKE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and YegetabI!
Porto Rico pineapple slips. July de headed by this celebrated band, for ,
livery. Inquire ofP the Windsor hotel, arriving in 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands o 01
time to see some good work done
K BKIITKLSKN, by Chief Ilaney's Fire Brigade Alarmof handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of nay West Coast _
Mloco, Fla. Corn Oats Flour Bran Grits Meal Cotton Seed Meal both anddark --
r fire was sounded, and in one Wheat bright For
minute and thlrty.fiye.lecondl the at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
Star Brand Fertilisers Guaranteed Analysis, and Fertilizer Pure Ground ARMOUR & CO. MILLS,
chiefs brigade, with their whole Orange tree Vegetable AIRMOTER WIND
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck- paraphernalia Bone Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate lou h Kalnlt, eta. These fertilizers have no Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, I1I.
was at the scene of action.
superior In the market and a trial will convince Send for Catalogue tree.
ers for Sale. Xext came the races, where the major. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI., FLORIDA.
ity of the people adjourned to witness -
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, the opening of the new race track of the
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red Jacksonville Driving/ Club. It was quitea ; 2IJEWELCD
Spanish. Apply toHADDOCK I success, about 2,000 being present. The Southern Hide & Skin CO. lckq WATCHES -CLOCKS,
& MATTIIAMS, Next la line came the Hoard of Trade ,
'Palm Beach Pinery," banquet held at the Windsor hotel. The
West Palm Beach, Fla. banqueting hall was thrown open to the Diamonds
guests at 0:30: p. m., when one of Jack. PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR .Jewelry- ,
Bonville'n prominent merchants, Mr. ,

To Pineapple-Growers. townsmen Win. A. Bourn that, announced each member to hU of follow the Hides Furs, Wool Beeswax Tallow Deertongoe, etc The S. Sotwnlrs, Wedding Rings and PreSeatttlof

Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka pIne- Board of Trade take In a guest It fell '
apple plants now ready to send out. Are to the happy lot of Mr. J. O. Walton to of Alligator Skins in the South. '
from a pinery here not Injured by last be escorted by Mr. T. T. Stockton, the Largest Buyers REPAIR
winter's freeze and are especially vigor well-known and gentlemanly business

.u.wjd fine. Write me here at manager of theTimes-Union and CItizen Office and Warehouses on Plant System, East Coast and J., T. & K. W. Track A SPECIALTY.
St. Petersburg, Fla.Morr. About 300 were seated for dinner. The Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILE,
president of the Board of Trade, Capt. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. T A'e
225 W. Bay St, jACWOJmtlK,


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