Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 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: UF00075918:00031
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Victor, Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write cnn be seen working at the ADVOCATE -

fd Toplctt of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff. Tribune. Write for for particulars toTHOS. office. See ad. on 5th page Mr. John I S\verese: president of the WJIKHK' to stop. See list of hotels on

prices and c.Ualosrucs. C. WATTS A: Co., Florida! Flub company, of Tampa; andMr. our 4th and 7th pages -
Jacksonville Fla.
In connection St. CITY BEAUTIFUL W. 11. Adams, general manager of Illustrated folders of the fine East
-ty and General Gossip I Augustine. lie i !same company, of Jacksonville, were Const hotel, etc., to he given free
ith Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, i' Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.: -Mr. Hugh Richardson, of Jacksonville in town from Monday until Tuesday, at the ADVOCATE: office. Send away! two'ontIIlamp
and Halifax: Klren, Key Westd has been A visit of an ADVOCATK reprenentntlve
appointed general Scoble
nana agentof Interviewing r. George W. ourending to e
Point along the to: City Beautiful on Satulriaylast, showed pay postage.
all the Atlantic, Valdosta Westernliy. ,: llsh dealer. They Informed nnAOVOCATK
tt Count of Florida. Brief mention of visit-Mr.to and Jacksonville Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins paida Co. lie is also! general agent for u. that Col. C. C. Post and wife were : representative Hint they intended I Whore to stop In Tit u IIIII e. See hotel

itereitlnff Events from Various Part yesterday. the O. S. I,'. Ry. Co. still pushing: ahead many Improvement visiting tho fishermen of Cocoa.Kau ) ad., 71 li page; and boarding houses!

[the World I About People Ton Know Messrs.. Harry and Will\ Watton, of Among them the Colonel hall just graded Gallic, $;ot istlan. Eden, Jensen'nndWest on Nth page
-Capt. W II. Sharpe, of Sharpes, Informs another between the
Ton Don't Know- Picked Clifton arrived in town yesterday. avenue Haxifitx
M People Palm Bench, to discuss matters
he has Good accommodation for tho summer
that been
us granted a
and tho beach and
and staff cabbage pal-
large ,
Editor a
I|by Our Society scattered along the -Mr. and Mrs. D.1'Ierwln, of Eden patent[ on his Invention"':'boo and plow. mettoes are being planted on cither Hide of Interest! with those who are desirous season. Write to II. U, Stokes, IlcmlcrHonvlllo -
Correspondents have been of This is said to be excellent of living connected with thoabove, com N. C. Superior location
of Florida. spending a couple days or a very agricultural of the avenue. The new annex to the ,
|*t Coast so in Jacksonville this week. implement, and we hope to seethe hotel Is now completed and the gucntsof pany.Tho Florida Fish Co. ha already been The ADVOCATE U now on file at all

> Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. E. L. Brady, of this place, after Its sale.captain become quite rich through the Colonnades are using the line, organized and charter obtained. On the best hotels New York city.
spending a week or so at Lithia Springs, new dining room, which IsI ft., wide the 15th Inst. to
Tuesday, they expect
f. Ward
this page.; Mrs. M. a former proprietress
line on
Ga., left for Waynesville, N. C., wherehe -\Ir. Wm. M. Brown left here, Wednesday and 76 ft., long. This hotel Is a marvel :tart buslncM. Tho object of this. com of Hotel Pluclde Jacksonville has a fine
frMr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was in still remains. for Jacksonville, en route to of neatness and comfort, with Its electric pany Is to consolidate all\ the fish Interests house In Atlantic, City, N. J., ,where sheIs
New York and Boston. After lights, bath rooms, new furniture and tho llsh .
i yesterday. attendingto In tho state, and to protect excellent business.
-Manager H. E. Smith of Hotel Colonnades l. doing an
cr.talslln which
of Nathan ; some business matters, be will join carpets, parlor, etc., dealers from dead-bents or cheats.
Capt. N. N. Penny, was Beautiful started for
[ of the week. City his wife and family at Say Brook, Ct. the guest thoroughly appreciate. The The main oftlco of the company will\ bon Report says that Messrs. Anderson A.
wn the first Spartanburg, S. C., on Wednesday, to Mr. and Mr Brown will also visit Capt. parlor Is quite a model one, 25x00; ft., In : Jacksonville, and all orders will\ bo Price, managers of the New Mount

Attorney A. J. Lewis, of Forte escort his children home from college. and Mrs..II. R. Jones, at New Hartford, dimensions. It IH elegantly carpetedand I handled through that one Oml''', of which Pleasant house, White Mountains, are

arrived in town yesterday.Mr. -This week our mailing clerk has Conn., ere returning to Titusville, which furnished ; and the prettily-arranged : Mr. Adams has charge. The capital doing a tine tourist business this sum.

Chas. B. Sanders, of Indlanola, sent out bills to all subscribers who are may not be until November. staircase, leading to the upper floors, stock of The "'IorldlFilth Co. U tWO,()()(), mer.
| In arrears for the ADVOCATE. We shall i add considerably to Its picturesque ap and letters have been Issued by
in I patent of
been spending a day or two town Contractor J, A. McGuIro, St.
Mr. U. E. Smith Is I the ablo
be glad if will their dues pearance. of for Florida.
they tho State
pay up Secretary
week. between Tllunvllle and Canarerat. of Hotel assisted Augustine, who has been on a trip to
without delay.Mr. manager \Colonnades The headquarters of the above com Palm[ Bench, to look after the work on
|Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, by his charming wife. in Jacksonville will bo In the warehouse returned
the l'olncllOIhotel
t from Monday until Tuesday after- George A. Robinson, who is Mr. George do O. Schuyler, of Canaveral There is also a fine pavilion and formerly occupied by R. Grunthal Royal ,
in the interest of Messrs. In- Wednesday evening/ lie reports things
traveling arrived in Monday on board ocean pier at the end of Ocean avenue.
i in town. port, which Is now being fittt'ldlllA new
man, Smith <& Co., Atlanta, has been on the yacht Una, owned by Capt. Penny.Mr. The pavilion has a good; dancing hall, water tight floor Is being laid and sever ns going along satisfactorily.
Mr. J. O. Walton left here the first the East Coast this week. He is quite a Schuyler's object In coming to town *K:>xK( > ft., and a reading room upstairs ; al large storage bins will bo erected. Mr. M. Duly, former chief clerk at
|he week for Jacksonville and At- hustler for his company, and seldom was to receive a 0-horsc-power Globe gas while beneath are some toilet rooms and While In Tltusville, Messrs. Saverose Hotel Tlacldo, Jacksonville, now holds a

a. misses an order. engine, which he Is going to have placedIn about twenty bath rooms for the use of and Adams made arrangements Ilh the position a* chief steward of Hotel

Mr. L. (J. Oliver, of Miami, passed -Mr. II. T. Gifford, of Vero, paid a his yacht Erl King. This boat has those who enjoy 'suif-buthing.. Dancesare owners of llshlng plant) and appointedMr Albion, Atlantic City, N. J. Tho coming
[ugh here Wednesday saying he was visit to Titusville on Tuesday. lIe is been altered and te-fltted throughout, given In the pavilion every Wednesday Seoblo manager for this place. winter Mr Daly will occupy similar
> Georgia for a .while.r. largely interested in bee culture, and will soon make regular srlps between and Saturday evenings The pier Is position at Hotel Albermarlo, which ls
and has just bought fifty more swarms. Titusville, Canaveral, Nathan and about 050 ft., long, and I'llns.rlght out owned by the proprietors of tho Albion.
E. J. Zehnbauer, claim agent of Artesla the Banana River; where Into the ocean ; and a fine catch offish HADLEY-SANDS SPARRING
lIe has tons of honey on many
shipped over eight,:
E. C. Railway Co., was in town : Oen'l. Supt. C. 1). Knott, of tho FlorIda
Is made therefrom. The -
to New York, and expects to ship abour orange and other citrus trees are com pier pavilion CONTEST.
East Coast Hotel System, was a
|of Tuesday and Wednesday.r. four tons more this season. paratively free from frost In winter. etc., Is In charge of Mr. It. E. Lyle, on WeUneiiday's northbound train passenger ,
who will help to fish, get a bah a
Geo. M. Robbins and Masters you
Event of the "... "llettrr en route to St. Augustine, from a trip to
in -Miss Louise\ Jaudon, of Orlando, bicycle, or a cool drink. In the manage-/ The sporting .on.
Robbins of this place were
the, first of the week., was in town a short while on Friday Gun Shoot.A ment of \hls cool resort at the seaside, than the Hull Fight of Havana," says I Nassau, Bahamas, whore ho hud been
Isonvllle last, en route to Miami, on a visit to her Urs. Lyle ably assists her husband. a Prominent Cuba looking/ after things connected with the
.r. Frank E. Bond, of the Bond sister, Mrs. R. R. Taylor, who has not shooting match took place at Cocoa, It take the dull\ summer months tojrlng Royal Victoria\! and Colonial hotel,
ber Co., who has been on a tilp to been well in health of late. AttorneyR. yesterday afternoon, between the Tltus- out tho sporting blood of Tltusvlllo. owned by Mr. Henry M. Klaglor, of New

alo, N. Y., has returned to DeLand. R. Taylor accompanied her. ville-Gun Club and Cocoa Gun Club. HALL AT HOTEL COLONNADES.The Nothing since the "Society Circus" York. .

Jrs. N. Saunders, of Eden, spentof -Cashier Reginald White of the first The members who went from here were opening ball for the summer season linn caunod such a furore of excitement o
Wednesday and Thursday In National Bank, St. Augustine, has just the following: W. B. Waddoll, L. A. took place In the largo dining room as did tho sparring match last; Monday Sheriff llrowii U Itiwoverliig.
attending to some business mat- returned from a three months' visit to Brady, D.. B. Pritchard, B. B. Pyles. J. of Hotel Colonnades, City Beautiful, on night between "Al" Iliulloy and "Bert" -
p his relatives In England. Mr. White I ill a C. Jones and L. C. Branning. Among Saturday night last, and it,certainly wan Sands Local disciples of the manly art Sheriff Jos. P. Brown who was so bru-
resident of the Ancient Citle, others who also attended the gun shoot bne of the most brilliant social events of And those who were fortunate enough tobe ttlly attacked negro In llrevard
ttorney A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, and popular his friends are glad to wel- were Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Duren; Mrs. the snason. Everything was favorablefor invited ((1') guests saw an exhibition county jail, at Lr.R Tltusvlllo. a oouplo of
|ved in town yesterday, and left, this come him many home after his trip across the Waddoll, Mrs. Brannlng, and Miss the ball: gad the elements seemed to that cant the Mliclx-ll-Cotbolt tight Into week ago, Isslowly improving\ enter-
ine, for the Elaulover, to attend to Atlantic. Salllo Hall. have anticipated the affair and blessed It Mutant shade, and which Mlj(. Adan, of day ho wall able to nit up In a chair, and
i law matters.o A report received from Cocoa last with fine weather. About {0 o'clock tho havens, remarked was "belter than tho Ills numerous lends along the East

want to go to Jamaica ? If -Those of our citizens who have been night, says that the score was as fol. merry dancers began to arrive some on bllllllJhtllln Cuba." Coast will be glut! to net him around
[do,you write to one of Eden's former up around the F. E. C. Ry. passenger lows: Cocoa, 123: : ; Titusville, 10.). oot and on bicycles, while Hawley & The sporting editor of tho ADVOCATK again at nn early date. The wound. ho
pple growers at Kingston. Read depot lately have been congratulating,: Alcott's hacks, buggies and other carriages was glvnn tho wink, and at 8 o'clockwended received III tho bund by the force of tho
[ 4th page. Agent Williams on the great improve TO PROTECT ORANGE TREESMr. were packed with those who had his way to the IMlo'vaoant knocks fromnhilck went very serious
pn ment of the surrouudidg grounds and come to "trip the light fantlstlc;" and julldlng at the end of the railroad dock. ones, and will {probably tako some time
Deputy-Collector of Internal Reve- their; change from unsightliness to the ball room rapidly began to fill until Only Invited (P) guests were admitted, to thoroughly 'heal'CHURCH
Jas. T. Hogg, of Melbourne, was ina I beauty by being cleared up and plantedout W. II. McFarland who has been there were probably two hundred pres but the "butcher, the baker, tho candlestick
> short while on Wednesday, and In shrubs, etc.-West Palm Beach stopping at Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville, ent. The youth, beauty and chivalry of maker." not to mention the balance
|our office a call. News. about a week or so, attending to tho Daytona and surrounding/ country were of the spotting fraternity -Tltusvlllo, NOTICES.
manufacture of some of the fixings belonging present; and there also were representa- wore all theio. c
Tibbals Lake
Ir. Jas. E. Andrews, of -Mrs. S. J. Davis, of Sylvan '
to his patent tent, returned to tlves from Illinois\ Virginia, Kentucky, After tenlllo contest, filled with
|in town on Saturday last, but left, Fla., who has been visiting various Father O'Hoylo, who Is always on
Titusville last night and was enthusiastic and other In addition to haul thumps and blood than
very Georgia states
day, for Ormond where his wife places along the East Coast in the Interest more tilo tho move looking after hU !Hock, returned -
over the kind treatment he those from various towns In Florida, all science, Sands fouled Iludloy In Oth
been visiting her parents for a cou- of popular work by Miss
a to town
|f weeks or so. Clara; Barton very entitled "the Red Cross," received from the people of the metropolis of whom Manager and Mrs. 11. E. Smith:! round and the fight was given to rounds. yoHtorday .
Hotel Colonnades, City Beautiful who were delighted with his fine I did their best to entertain. The men wero scheduled to go 10 Archdoacon B. F, Brown will hold dl-
|[r. W. T. Wood, the genial travel- I left home Mrs. Davis has, I Invention. It was not long after the grand march tho weight limit being 13hu unds. Sandswas vine services at Eden at 10:30: at m and
freight agent of the Plant System for on number of the above bookson The tents for protecting orango and when the floor became brightly polished, a favorite, odds of:2..I tol being freely Waveland-Jeimou at ai.'W:: p. m,, on Sun
pcd over here from Friday until the a large East Coast and she hopes to sell other citrus trees will be made in this and reflected the gay throngs as they offered by III* admlieis. Tho light by :day next, the Oth Inst.
day. Mr. Wood was formerlythe town; and Mr. McFarland Informed an glided over Its smooth surface. It was a rounds: Services In the Presbyterian church
[ J., T. & K. W. Ry. many more. ADVOCATE reporter that the largo warehouse pretty picture, and reminded the ADVOCATE Hound 1, lladley took tho agresslvo Sunday, August Oth! 181)1): Sunday
adame Dietz whose residence is -Mrs. J. T. Ball, Miss Annie and Miss near the railroad wharf, recently reporter of some of tho gay scones and load off with therigbt. !Sands: swings ', school at 0:15: a. m.; preaching at 11:00:
i north of Hotel, Colonnades, City Florence Ball, the wife and daughtersof owned by the J., T. & K. W. H'y, has witnessed former days and' In other viciously for the jaw and m llllcd. They a. in; subject: "The Oracles of God.
tiful is anxious to get a few the editor and proprietor of that pop- been leased for one year, and that the countries. The ball was particularly 'clinched. On breaking, lladley sent tho Song and praise service: at 7:30: p. 10.1;
learn, German or Span-pu- ular journal, the Key West Advertiser, sewing machines, canvas, etc., has been noticeable the large number of visit. loft to the had and tho right to tho subject: "IngerMollsm."
jO French Key West, passed through Titusville, ordered. Work will be commenced Ing ladle and gentlemen In attendance ; heart.. It was II ad ley's round.
I Write or call for particulars. Saturday last, on their way to Asheville, about the first of next month, and about and the costumes of the ladles. were li Round 2. Sands very agresslvo and Hardeovlllo and City Point: The pastor -

Ir. and Mrs. Arthur O. Lapham, N. C. These pleasant ladles are making 150 hands will bo needed to do the sewing beautiful and of various hues, which lent rushed viciously, swinging both hands expects to preach next Sabbath at
marriage at Cocoa, last week, quite an extensive trip. Among the etc. an added charm to this auspicious occas for the head. lladley blocked both Jlarlleovllle at 1)\1): \( a. in., and at City'
eported in the ADVOCATE, passedgh places they visited, and which they enjoyed This is one good move towards bringing ion. During the summer season Mann blows cleverly. Sands led again but was I'olntatUlOOp.: ) in.

here Wednesday en route home the best is Nassau, in the Bahamas. back Tltusville's former prosperity, ger Smith will give a dance every Monday short and lladley covered heavily with Christian Endeavor, Y. I'. B. W. Ep-
their honeymoon trip. They They think it is one of the most and Mr. McFarland should have duo evening. the right on the jaw and draws first worth League and other societies; 100
d I as happy as a pair of turtle doves.r. beautiful and cleanest places they ever credit for his efforts Dancing was continued until midnight, blood. Sands' groggy It, was a"alnlIadley'a neatly printed address cards, handsome
We have been there ourselves, when the dancers wended their round.
visited. merry aluminum case, namo engraved on outside -
L. of Merritt passedgh
Thursby and It certainly Is a model city as regards way homewards, much delighted with Hounds 3.a, 5 and 6. These rounds ROcts. postpaid.
here last route M F. DWYER. ,
Saturday en ,
YOlk to spend a few monthshis good roads and cleanliness.A ,- the evening's amusement provided by were quite 11)lrltoland\ honors equal. Evergreen Printing Co., Evergreen:
jew Manager Smith. It was a grand success Round 7. Sands spurts, a right, hand' N. Y. P. O. box OS.Kmpty .
sister, Miss Emma rhursby. telegram from Washington, Mon. It is reported that recently, at Brighton throughout, but many regretted the absence or raises a bunch under lladley's eye as ,
III return home about the end of day, says that among well-known South Beach race track, a good deal of sympa- of Col. and Mrs. C. C. Post, the big as a goose egg. lladley sees stars;
er to look after his orange grove. ern men in the city is RepresentativeRobert thy was felt even by his old enemies, for owner of Hotel Colonnades, who were fans the air. The gong saves a knock. Sugar and Itlco J.arrels

ounty Commissioners Sharpe, W. Davis, of Florida, who Is Mr. Michael F. Dwyer, owner of Hotel unavoidably absent In Washington. onto It was Sand. round. C

arpes, and J. N, Waller, or Ankona, here for the purpose of attending to Indian River, Rockledge, when his two- -. Round 8. Sand confident lladley For late Address,
ned home yesterday, after attend. some business In which his constituents year-old, which had run a cheap sellingrace rod vicious. A hot round honors equal. W AI.Txn MOORS,
tie usual monthly meeting of the are interested before the executive de was bid up on him from $1,000 to Detween : Hniyrna. Round 0. Both men fresh as daisies 8 George St., Charleston, S. C.

1, which, hereafter will be held the partments. Mr. Davis arrived in WashIngton ieoo. after a morning shower. lladley jabs,
uesday in the month. The report Friday morning, and will remain "He was a hard, cold man," said one A rumor I Is afloat to the effect that Sands wabbles; they clinch. On break.
ting will be published In' our next there for several days, making his headquarters who disliked him thoroughly and bad capitalist are contemplating the placingof log away Sands fouls with. right hand A Hare Opportunity.The .
while there at the Metropolitan reason to, "but I must say that the gam- a steamer on the outside run between er over the heart. lladley falls like a I
Hotel. Mr. Davis agrees with other est thoroughbred that he ever owned did Jacksonville and New Smyrna, to carry beef. Cries; of "foul," "foul." The lands of Joseph Peters, deceased
lodge Wm. Davis, of Chicago says people 'coming to Washington/ from not have his courage. He has lost a passenger and freight.. AtNew Smyrna referee decided was a foul, and give situated on the east side of Indian River,
g other things: "The ADVOCATE Florida that the State Is for Bryan:, and! million and a half and has never complained connection would..be made with Daytonaby the fight to lladley. opposite Jensen, consisting of tome 00
hand, and you should be highly will send a solid delegation for the Nebraskan of a horse of a jockey of a foulor steamer or sailboats, via the Halifax Referee, "Hilly" Waddell, Time-keep' acres, with 1ft acres cleared and In good
r limented for getting. out sus newsy to the coming national conven of a judge's decision. Whenever I river ers, "Jack" Jones and "Jonnlo" 0'Drlen; condition for cultivation, with several
|leana sheet. I have read many tion. lose a big bet and feel like playing the Seconds for lladley, "Hen" Titus and I buildings, Is In my hands for sale.
la weekly papers but I do not baby, I look up there at old Mike, aloue I "Kll" lIma seconds for bands, "I'rof." This land has rented annually for the
|of one that Is so full of interest- in his old age, with his fortune gone, hisgreat JI4I..... Miami and v.... Jlbbs and "Jim" Greek.. past ten years at from 1500 to |HOO net
Iras and free from typographical Situation Wanted.A horse gone, all bis power gone, cash. Can give perfect titles. One of
i .as the pink*,paper of the East with a face like flint and never.a whim Supt. B. F. Dillon, superintendent of the best places on Indian River. The
the Western Union Telegraph Co of of Hummer ))uck former did
thoroughly competent and reliable per. who ha been spendingseveral Killing cold last winter and In years
The editor of this paper has knownMr. Jacksonville little or no damage. Apply at once
wants a position' by year, very ,
white man at Miami for the of
and of Dwyer personally fur some years, day purpose Notice is hereby given that it Is Illegal and get a bargain.
|Honey by Sending; for Your to work as foreman on the East Coast. and the ADVOCATE.bopei that It will not selecting a suitable sit for the landing to kill summer ducks, and evil-doers D. L. GAULDKN,

cries to the Magnolia pineapple plantation In the business. be long ere his former good luck returnsto of the proposed telegraph cable between must govern themselves accordingly Tltusville, Fla.
Nine years experience Miami and Havana pasted through Tltusville
him. A letter from John L. Crawford,
rocery Co. Jackson- and will satis
guarantee EIlI'
Good reference, Friday afternoon last, en route of state to Sheriff
ville Florida. faction. Address, home We understand tbe work of lay secretary Brown, informs him, that the killing of The Han Muteo Cigar
'-C. S," care ADVOCATE, ForeignMadam l.nngungeH. ing trw cable will soon commence. law .
in is by
Florida prohibited
1 [granulated sugar.. . '1.00 Titusville, Fla. -, from ducks the first day of April until( the All Pure Florida Tobacco,

white C .. . 1.00 Deltz, of City Beautiful, Fla., For Bale. first day of October East Coast Grown
green coffee., .. . .. .. 1.00fArbuckle' I Is prepared to take .a few pupils at reasonable italics A. A. Yuan, No better made; try them.

coffee . . 1.00on Gardner'Vantecl. rates. French German and and live-oak .1:. Fish and Game Warden. % .
Mangrove ; very
.6$ ,
per pound. . Spanish taught. P. O. address,
t bacon II II .9 and .10 Gardner wanted for Nassau Bahamas. 23-tf. Seabreeze Fla. per ton delivered. Address, -Any subscriber who wants to buy.
|er, . .
| .* II ,0} vegetables and fruit trees. Salary .i.5. Hoes over the Clyde Line would do
m. If . ..10utterine. per month; no house, no extras; passage Joe Dawson Wanted Sewing I )lrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltusville, Is now I well to write the editor of the ADv -

) .. .. . . . 1.40 paid from Miami to Nassau. manufactured-and sold by Burger prepared to do laundry work of every CATS, Tltusville, Fla. for price. We aU
for Apply, with reference as to characterand Are All work guaranteed. so have a round-trip ticket over the Mai-
price on other groceries. & Baumgard, wholesale hardware deal. Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired. description.
Delivered Jacksonville. experience toSCBVETOB ; washing at (1. IT. Uuren's Tory Line between Brunswick and New
to depot in era, 105 Chamber street, New York. MKS. R. C. SCHIMOEOUB.Tltuifllle. heave your
M.QSOLI', GROCERY Co., GENERAL Nassau: Bahamas., W-30 Fla. .corner store, opposite AUTOCAD* office. York, for sale. First-claw tickets.
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Mllllts, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per lb. by mall; 15c. ezpr

FRUITS TO EAT AND THOSETO JOHN BULL'S NAVY SEEDS. freight. German, best for hay, $2.10: per bushel. Kaffir CIt

white and red, also Jerusalem corn, :20cU. per Ib. by mall; 1

edtrlrtr6 AVOID. It Is worth than a passing notice lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per lb. by

from the busy American, and he should loots lb. express or freight.

Fruits as food, are, then! peaches, stop a moment in his hurried reading of Peanuts, Spanish, f 1.50 per bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.

apricots, nectarines, ripe, mellow apples the newspaper and think what the brief Seed Corn In variety.

": dates, figs, fresh and dried, prunes dispatch announcing tho mobilization of market
Cow Peas, : prices.
without skins, persimmon, papaws' usual "
the summer
the British fleet for
MSJ G'YflWw very ripe or cooked bananas, guavas AN OBEDIENT CHILD, maneuvers means. Think for.a momentof Write for price list. L. CAMERON Seedsman

without seed, fresh or canned without and vessels ,
He Followed inatrncllen.Aeeordlag a collection of 118 warships

sugar, pineapples, grated or finely pick. 'to the Letter at Least.A with 2.*,()OO) men aboard, not for the purpose 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

ed, never cut, mangoes; grapes, sweet little black boy eat on the soap box: of making war but for the regular

,Us r. plums' without skins. sugar cherries, wb!:h rerved as R front step to the summer drill. This mobilization does

> 1 Pp and an occasional cooked pear. Bartletsare tumble down shanty He was bappy. not draw upon the fleet in foreign; waters, GEORGE ,MARX. JOHN MAUL

t excellent when canned without So was the lean ,.ellowdog who licked does not recall vessels from distant stations -'

fOf5k sugar. The fruits which must be used the boy's arms every chance he got. and but is made up of the vessels 1VI.A BROS.

most sparingly are lemons, oranges, who, when repelled patiently awaited the ports of the British \Isles and adjacent ,
ancther opportunity. His skin was more Wholesale;Dealers In
b.nbmles cranberries -
shaddocks, currents, : waters. Is it astonishing then thata
and strawberries. This applies than black. Here and there it looked as mobilize\ such a fleet
nation that can GROCERIES FRUIT AND
; dvr if it hud been varnished, and his hair
}' 51 SI most emphatically to those persons who wan glued tight to his head, BO that the for practice duty, rules the seas and has ,

,' v DYinm are inclined to uric acid conditions.The kinks were scarcely apparent. His fin- possessions in every clime no nation
Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,
also 131 and 133 East Buy
a rheumatic and gouty should gers clung together when he attemptedto dares attempt to take from her ? We

: l T most rigidly abstain. The tender liningof open his fists, and films of silky are a peace-loving people and 'we don't J aokaon.F1orlda: : ,

VFfDSt h' jYoC the child's stomach cannot, certainly, sweetness were spun about him as he "hanker" after war, but If we should

bear such fruit any length of time; threw back his head and opened his get Into war with a strong; power, it is to ONE"OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE Mil.
results follow. The ripe month in epicurean ecstasy.
serious must will continues our friend
"Goodness, law I" exclaimed the old hoped England -
mellow peach is really the child's fiuit. who had around the We are not afraid of any nation on earth, all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
lady come suddenly We headquarters for Ftaiguaranteed '
If man persists in using, or trying to __ ,,__._ ..._ .. ,
I A QUICK AND MOST VALUABLE corner.: ."What. yo' ,pittin dat away fob, but there are nations much better.pre. o genuine 0 we also carry a full line of Hay, vtrain and reea.your We want
y FORAGE PLANT. use, that for which he has neither pow- when I jeo' bin tryin to clean yo' Tip pared for war than we are ana would DOable Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

er for digestion nor assimilation, he Ef yo' ain went an 'lassea'ed yo'se'f to give us much trouble. The summer MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla

i must, without doubt, pay the penalty. f'um bald to foot I" mobilization of the home fleet of We only Sell to Dealers.

ti WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 1,1899. To ma'ny'persons strawberries are such "Dot ain' 'lasses, mammy.' England shows why it is that England'svoice

Editor Indian River Adrocalrl a violent poison that a single:; dish will\ "Whnt'sde use er me tryin ter make is so potent in European affairs. ..=::

The farmers do not, an n cute, half appreciate produce a rash in less fruit than two to hours.destroy you wash 'eppctable yo' an I dress I'd yo'like, an tn den know I tells I She has the ships, the men and the money ODE3CA.S. zvM: : & CO.
The of the seems ,
the cowpea as fonigc, Toed and cooking Irritating yo' to go an use de comb didn" I'" and it takes them all to make success- DEALERS IN -

fertllzlng crop. The U nothing; they this active, principle; "Yes'm. Ail I look aronn' kitchen ful war during the closing years of the

can possibly grow on, the fin in with so but, 'again, hero comes our fashion of nn in de pantry, an all de comb could nineteenth century. As centuries ago, FJ.ne "VV1.n.es and L1CJ.u.ors,

little labor that begins to equal, and adding sugar. Canned or preserved fin' was diahere! honeycomb. But I use in Spain's palmy days, the ruler of the

c' to give it any kind of a chance at all, fruits, as well as jams and kindred articles dat mammy; Isbo'ly did."-Washing. seas was the arbiter of the fate of Em- 417. A 410 W. Bay St.,

you are almost certain of a Stood, aver are to be condemned on accountof ton Star. pires In Europe, so now the mistress of JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA, I

age crop. There is but one other legume the mass of sugar used. With the The Trouble. the seas, England, is the potent power in tr #
that It In volume of forage fruits It Is more prone to fermentation, I. world. Is it .::-- "' ;i
surpasseA ; Mrs. Bramble-Don't you remember, preserving the peace of the Bombarding Dewey
1 and that in the Florida velvet bean; but and even If the sugar is averted we Will how yon used to rhapsodize over not wise for the United States to main-
With Uncle
good things Sam ii
have a far greater amount than can be the of and I together
and thought just living -
for speedy growth early maturity yon tain tend encourage close relations with f preparing to do when he reaches
of stands ho head.It Oared for by the liver, and here is the in a dear little cottage somewhere i: .
;rt seed, the cowpea at I England-Tampa Tribune. it- this side of the pond. There will
Is a wonderful nitrogen: gatherer, orgin of the torpid liver, we hear so far from the madding throng \ "'"" -' w d r Rr, ; be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,

!s and is therefore exceedingly valuable, much about. The liver Is not torpid at You used to say that would be paradise In Diarrhoea Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver ? Burgundy, or any other that flow
t bat don't 8eem'since we are married It gives Toneto .l in his honor that will be
feed and all-It is simply overworked. The given you Medicine is invaluable. A as IC purer,
4r both as a green dry forage exhausted. to hold the same opinion. the Stomach, Aids Digestion and Assists V. higher grade, or of more exquisite

7 renovator of the Moll. An average crop capacity Mr. Bramble-No, I gave np that Nature in carrying off alllmpiuities. w boquet than what you will find in
: will In forage twelve to In the June Ladies' Home Journal 1 our superior at all times
yield green idea the week you were without a girl M1W' Jaw fine
thousand to the Mrs. S. I. Horer writes of "Fruits as You if The Archbishop of Canterbury has in Our stock of wines, whiskies
twenty pounds acre, see. we lived that way you would
.' j. Food and Fruits Poison and the book in which the signatures and beers are unexcelled
r and of dry peas, twenty to thirty as have to do the cooking for us right keeping .4_

i bushels; and to use the extra early seed the kinds allowed on her table. These along.-Chicago News. of all royal brides and bridegrooms; we Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearslold, delivered to any part of the State
: are fresh figs dried ones carefully cook married in England are written.
.,t two crops may be grown on the same express prepaid, for $3.20.

tt; 1 ground In a single season. To use this ed, guavas canned without sugar, guava What'a In a flame Keep the Stomach and Bowels in good
jelly marmalade made by special "Bill, take. this here |3. go down to and
orange Avenues
mass of loaf and vine for pasture, 01 to condition the Waste open
dates both and cook the bookstore an buy me one book with dose of Dr. M. A.
home occasional
receipt raw free
by an
cut and cure for dry feed, or to use for
fl' Bred let !
cover, with yeller ,
one a an Simmons Liver Medicine.It .
ed with almonds persimmons bananas #
silo be of value. "
must necessarily great t'other be a cross 'twixt the two. I
a Every living thing on the farm will eat cooked, and an occasional dish of prunes "Bnt dad, how kin I tell whether is now estimated that the cost of
.;,,; I the preen or cured feed, or dry peas, with the' skins removed, blackberriesand they're good books or no'" printing the official "Records of the Re

,; greedily as they would corn, oats or dewberries, slightly cooked, stained "Come ter think of It,""aid the old bellion" will be $3,000,000, and that the AN AVALANCHE OF TIMBER

at. liny. Hogs do specially well on them, and made into flummery. "The objec- roan after a moment's thoughtful silence work, which was begun in 1880 will not You will think) has slid into our yard
tion to the latter fruit however she ; "it moat be better ter ,hire some
'rl and to turn them onto a field will fat- be completed till 1900. when you see the large stock of lumber
"Is the addition of starch and sugar one to look inside o''em fust!1"-Atlanta -
:" ten perfectly. says, and timber that we keep on hand at all
Constitution. Mrs. A. W Yangue; Oaklawaba Fla., ,
which is to fermentation.All times in variety lath and shingles.
prone every ,
: You can grow n crop successfully writes: Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons
:; with but little trouble or' labor. Fire, fruits, whether cooked or raw, Just .. Your Wife Doe.,'MI.ter. Liver Medicine 30 years, Cures Chills and W slide You will when certainly think the prices an a land'esti
after should be used without sugar; It must Fever: all Stomach and Liver troubles, 4 yea see our figures on
1. plow and fit your ground nicely, "Mother, said Harold Emerson of mate. ,_
t I which seed with a common wheat drill. be remenberod; that sugar in no way Boston in an aggrieved tone, "yon and comtnon ailments in my family.than' It \ ,, > 4.BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
and acts quicker any
neutralizes an'' acid for this alkali\ is stronger _
; An have constitutional to send "
no right me '
:: when plantsaro up four or five inches, other medicine. St. Augustine, Fla.
must be used. Sugar sprinkled over an to bed without my sapper"
field with
y run over a weighted harrow, ,
: acid fruit masks the objectionable andsevere "What do Y011'mean, Harold?" Master's Sale, \
K{.() thus freeing your ground 1 of grass and
acid until It slips by the'guaid- "Yon are exercising rule without the : .
woods. Do not fear this
> rough
: usage "
1 keeper,' the palate. Once In thestomach consent of the governed. Detroit vnp.n and hv virtue of a decree of foreclos-
';:, will Injure plants. This one dressing Free rresa. U iir1l and gale-entered in the Circuit Court for
I : however, it'regains its own of Nora S. Wellset
the cult
will bo all your crop will need. Should llrevant('ountyln
position and grants the same to the Gootlheart'. Sudden Change. al ,VI Annie T. Brown, et al., 1 as special)
,you want to follow a crop of corn with master appointed by said decree will Belt in ESTABLISHED 1880.
Irritating acid." Returned Tourist-Is Mr. Qoodheart front of the court house door at Tltusville, Florida
extra early cowpeas you can do so bysowlA' bidder for cash, dur
still to the hlghi'et and best
paying attentions to daughter -
; broadcast and sped your ing the local Imurx of gale, upon the ,
? cover by During the civil war, as well as In our ? FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER. :Bond Lumber: : Co.
"fg cultivating: corn, or yon can drop seed late war with Spain, diarrhoea was one "Indeed he isn't paying her any attention 1811the\ following described real estate in ,
in Brevard
In hill row and cover with cultivator of the most troublesome diseases the at all. .' said decree,Florida described, to wit:, situated
t or shovel plow; army had to contend with. In many in. "Indeed? Did be jilt her" Lot 4,of mock "0" in the town of Edgartown Manufacturers of and Dealers in
stances It became chronlo and the old according to the plat thereof on file in theClerk's
1 There are two or three of the extra "No; he married her."-New York Oftke of Jlrevlml County: said lot being '
'. soldiers still suffer from It. Mr. David Weekly. a of Government Lot 1, of :dee:, 10, Tp. SB SIt LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
early varieties that aro, well adapted to Taylor of Wind Ridge, Oieen Co., 1'a., is part 40 }}., Together with the buildings and improvements ,

. ; any section of our country, any one of one of there He uses Chamberlain's Seem. More Natural. upon said land.
M. GOLDSMITH, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
which will mature their seed in Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Master. ;
sixty "They Troppo,the concert pianist 4t
say aug4
says he has never found anything ,that and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
days from dnto of planting. When always, practices with a phonograph
would give him such quick relief. It is Planing and Shingle: Mills\ at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W R'y. Yards at
grasses, corn and other forage: crops so for sale by all druggists and medicine running opposition. Notice for Publication. DeLand and Titusville.

l'i often fall, the extra early cowpea Is a dealers. "How strungel I What's his object;

most valuablo substitute, and will quick. ,"Why, it makes him feel as if he In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit .
The Kingof" Italy, although\ the headof were playing before a fashionable audience A. D.
ly supply an urgent want. It has matured of Floiida, Brevard Couuty,
one of the greatest no-producing I Philadelphia Bulletin.All 1809.! H. A. HODGES.
and made a crop as far north as WIs ...
countries Is almost abstainer. IN CUANCEUV-
cousin. This leuurao will do well' nnIt MANUFACTURER OF
.. Serene. Cartle C.Snedeker, )
;,.; poor soil, but always bear in mind the -- ------- I Belle-Bnt don't: you think she was a n Suedeker, I) Kill for Divorce. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

) richer: (the soil the better the crop. Ordinarily little indiscreet! in allowing him .to kiss Margaret exhibit ,
t : IT Al'l'earhjt! ) by the bt l of complaint affidavit of ROUGH AND DRESSED. ,- Orange: Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
plant this poa the same time you her? and filed in said cause and the

ti would corn, but for seed, forage or for t\\ 1GOD\AAs Dolly-Oh, no: she! had looked up his complainant's Snedeker solicitor Is a,non-resident that the defendant, of the Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in I
fertilizer it be financial standing that State Margaret of Florida, and that the resides to,wit any pan of Florida, would do well towite\ for pricis. The saw mills are located ]
I" can planted much later, Philadelphia North afternoon'-I. In the State of New York within the United at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered\ to any
I' even as late as the first of August, but States hut complainant address she III hag un- part of the East Coast. Address: n. A., HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
and that
known to this
to plant It earlier better I would use A Compliment. been absent for mote than sixty days last past '
t';, at least six pecks of seed to the acre tog that she U over twenty-one earl of ace: and
"Henry are these as good as within the State of
insure a good stand and best results your mother used to make?" Florida the service of a subpoena! upon whom Catht'rID.WILSON .
1'iUatka, Fla of |
would bind such defendent E. Bay St.,
.,. I have had many writers ask me as to 'Yes.. dear, just about. Father used Now,you the said Margaret Snedeker, be sad
\I best way of harvesting this crop and to say my mother was the worst cook appear before the Judge of our court on
: seed. There are two ways If ever eaw. Chicago ,
to answer said bill of complaint or a decree: pro
,f., crop is to bo threshed by steam or horse conffsso will be entered against you, and the ,
: A Club Worth llavln*.' complainant will be allowed to proceed exparte Manufacturers of -
I, ; lowerthen cut vines up with scythe or : with Ills said cause .
< mower when is It 1s further ordered that this notice be pub
crop nearly ripe. After l
llshod in the INDIAN RIVER AnvciOATK:, u newspaper Lumber Lath. *
'Ii i: thoroughly curing in sun, rake into win. R published in said county,once a week for # Cypress Shingles and
,; from the time of tiling ,
rows, then haul and thresh, but be sure the not bill less than thirty days !

''t1' to reduce velocity of machine, and remove aOvO Witiiesi Bald court the and Honorable the seal Minor of said S. Joi.es court,at judgeof I he: A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingled

s,. part of teeth from cylinder, thus i C court house in Tltusvllle, Florida, this 6tU day lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypreil!
\: preventing breaking of The of July, A. D, Itttii J. mouldings of all
.up peas. A. A. STEWART patterns a specialty.

other method is to pick pods from vines i 1{I.--J. 1 1 }Olerk\y O. A Circuit Stewart Court., D..C. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

by hand, in the field, then thresh with 7July augl'- t I --

f hand machine, two men easily turningout REMOVES THE !

'r five to eight bushels of clean )peas CHAIN OF SICK. Executor's .Notice, FOR .$3.3

per hour. NESS'ANDMISERY. ..

'/ If want to use I II hereby given to all whom. it may Sent we wiD
you your growing crop I ec' NOTICE thAt six months from this date to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange,

.. for pasture, you can turn on any time i IT STRENGTHENS TUBSTOMACH the undersigned will present to Hon. I).L. send you by Express, CHARGES: PREPAID,

after a vigorous growth of plant Is secured Oaulden Florida,nil County final report Judge account of llrevard and vouchers county, FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

!;: I ; but,if to be used for dry feed, or together with hit petition for discharge all executor
of tho last will and testament. of Emily,
for silo, I would not cut vines up until PURIFIES THEBLOOD A.Reynolds, deceased. the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

.. in bloom. -" Date d at Fort fierce Florida,this 8th day of
June, A.I). 18SW.!
If any further information Is wanted, R. 8. REYNOLDS, Calhoun Pure WhiskeyWe

I if stamp is enclosed, I will cheerfully re Executor Estate of Emily Rye
I ply. Capt. E. A. WILSON A. Reynolds, deceased.
C. T. McCarty, ship in PLAIN PACKAGES, no mark to Indicate content (which will avoid all to
NERVESAND Indian (to man with broken goltItlckDou't ment. it and It, If la EXI'ENSf
rI for Executor. jUnmo .1 will get test It not satisfactory, return It at OUR ,
That Throbbing Headache feel so bad about it, my your 93.20 cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey 1*a*good a*any *5,00,000110 the ms bI"
We are close at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than dUtant houie "e .
:, Would quickly leave you, if you used GIVES LIFE TO TUBLUNGS. young man. I'll, let you take thUclnb if been doing( biiilnet in this CIty and at tbe aame stand for over 15 YEARS and a* to> ouror III
Dr. King's New Life Tills. Thousands you won't break it-New York Journal MARRIAGE PAPER POSSIBILITY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant ,
of sufferers have proved their matchless BUST rUBUBHHD. the editor of this paper. *

merit for sick and nervous headaches. t 100 WORD asap mntiAtm r 1'.1'__ovti. it SOLOMON A LEVI,

They make pure blood and strong nerves Evidently Procperln. 4 TbouMod. o f AdrU*.m toB 1928 & 1930 First Avenue,

ti4 and build up your health. Easy to take. J "Is your Bon ncceeding In businessf Introluctiesi! let feriui From tUPtnsul. P. 0. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back "I should say so. He baa{ made enough Trial A'n A.,A< tno*.::5 CM. '

if not cured. gold by F. S. Chaffee., drug. ;. II to have his photograph taken sitting at t Susp.arDY5". N'OTlCE-We pay Express Charge: to all point reached by "SOUTHERX EXPRESJ
gist his desk."-Chicago Record. Soda] American, Oll O, 0, PANT," but to point on line of other Express Companies, we prepay only to point |
Southern Express Company transfers to Mid other Express Company

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> Cards. I ciitmcmu).

Botanic Blood Balm. r STYLES OF TODAY ,
()RNOUrWOMEN -- ---- -- -

.oi (n. B. n.)
A GRAHAM, NEW FUR TRIMMED COATS AND STUN- lc. Sml and 4th Sundays In each
71 month!till *. m. and T son p. m. Sunday school
THE GREATBLOOD NING SKATING COSTUMES. every fluncUy at Satn: a. m. Jo "" "service' ate
ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW, p. m. on WvilnvitiUy*. Litany every
frld y at 10 a. .m.Archilonoon. '

ICE HOURS:-Prom p10mto 12 a. m.,, .fast womtn arttrmgft' Lang TV II.... Are Klnt. t..t the II. F. HROWJ, Rertor.1'RKAIIYTKRIAX .

and 2 to 4 CURE V < ; Somt art Popular Short Jncktte t...d-Velvet -
: :
iTrnrsviLLE, Brevard Con Florida. witting, some artUHivilling. and lrrrn Cloth Telling CHURCH.
Services I'Ithhath l at 11 m.tmt Tin .
Some f every a. p.m.BuniUy
,00x,108. I ..
) To *h f Color. orh.Hil at !III a. ni'. (;eo. W. HmMe,
Fill practice In all the courts- Ut and fedtidal women drudge forthemselves
Buiit Prayer inrllnif" on Wednesday evening
FREE.A H la the short drwwy Jackets that arc I' T::10. TliemililloarvmnlUlly InrUoil to attend
for and \
facilities examining perfect
I our..n\\cr ,
land titles. rrtf some for their faTOrt'O.hy the Parisians, although Her.JUMNA. IIUflHKS, I'aotor.

Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- "1' L'4t': ,' family. Their Paris may be held responsible for introducing --

PITON'S eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- ill M1j\\ routine is end.less the long coat which she consider BAPTIST CHURCH.
R. and nnbt>romlnlt. For drivingand
ples, Scrofula, Blood Pois- ;, ; no matter ugly Preaching every sceond l and l fourth Sundays
on, Cancer, Kidney Trou- -! fr' how 111 they feel extreme cold weather the long coat morning and evening Prayer Meetings every

BOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS J they work. has special charms, which are displayedin Wednesday frrnlnc. at 7:1)0: ) o'rliH-k. Sunday
ble, Boils, Malaria, l4W School every Sunday at ,,:4A a. m, AIM )I."ub-
on the (lentos) Rheumatism Women never one of the nooson's newmarketts log flat Sunday at I.aUranlte.! All are cordially
half take care of themselves. Early with A circular flonnco, fnr collar and Inrlteiltoatteiul.

Now at Palm Beach.L. A TRIAL TREATMENT-SENT PRIVATELY decay and wrecked abound.mainly revere. Those garments are nstuilly E. X. HELL, lantorrMKTll

should made of cloth lined throughout with
through neglect. Every woman d'9
BY :4
GAULDEN, TO ALL WHO PUFFER. have the book I'all"Health; and satin, in a lighter 8hacof the name \ )I>I TClirncil.Ri : .

Blood It any Skin n an or woman suffering from any Beauty," which the Pe-m-na Medicine color. >!iruUrprvlirvpry first third' anti fourth
or Trouble will write
I us we will send 8uml jrs at II a. in. and Jtu: III. Hiin.Uy
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, them free of ch rce and prepaid I to tle.lnationa l Columbus, O., will mail on request.It Another new style garment is a long School evrrr Sunday at 10:UK) a.p.ni. K:|' ortt
trial bottle of Botanic Blood Halm (II. H. 8.), tells women some easy things to do tack, with applique embroidered 81Ot'VANOTHER League! (each hiiuilny Nt :3 I::Wt )>. m Prayer DlHt-
.nil practice In all the Courts of the State the famous Southern Blood Remedy. It ha Inllllnry Thursday night at Ton o'clock. The
I Florida, and the United States Courts. permanently cured thousands of cases, Home of to protect health and all about tho 1.aIIH' Aid Sucicty meets "rryVp 29 years' standing, and after doctors lionnltali virtues Pe-ru-na for women's peculiar at :3H I:( p. m. Ku-rjlMidj wrlitomo at our chllrch
.('Box,235. TITUS VILLE, FLA. and patent medicines had fAiled. Hciuedy has vrrlcvi.
Money to Loan. 18 been thoroughly/ tented for pant 30 year and III ills. :Miss! Lizzie Peters, Mascoutah, .
Rr. A. l U FRNXRY,
perfectly safe to take old
by or young lilmxlBalm l 111. writes .Pastor.1
Is hone : >
a M WI Ba > B W .vlw M an Inexpensive remedy that you k. -

GOLDSMITH may test before you part with your money. "I am perfl'cUycurt'd of female weakness jr CATHOLIC CIU'RCII.
CURES MADE BY BLOOD BALM. by taking Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lln.
Allan Grant of Sparta U cured of painful, with steel are exceedingly: good style Services at 10 a. nu. every Sunday In new
I have gained thirty-seven pounds Church tiding North Tltusyllle. Children's
sore on lip called eoithellal j cam-or Julia K. and then there is purple shade
A rTOKN E Y-AT-L A W Johnson, Stafford P. ., S. C., cured of a terrible since I begun taking Pe-ru-na. My n catechism at a" m,
h It .J.
Itching eczema of 13 years atjtndlng:: W. A. friends are wondering what makesme called wood violet, which makes a stun It\ K.n'linvt.K:, lt ctor.
Bryant Moody, Tex cured of salt rheum on ning skating -
fitasvllle, Florida. hand. His hand resembled a burned surface look so bright and healthy. I +* .
suffered four years yet cured by llotanio Bland i would like to let the world know whata V The telling feature of skating dresses IMl'NICII'AU
i Balm. nY.. Beaxfey, of Amerlrun, Oa., suf. is their perfect fit, plalnnow .
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fered with sores all over his body eating Into wonderful medicine Pe-ru-na.
J. WEBB, holes Blood Balm cured him; sound and well. and solute pretty touch of contrast in TOWN COITNCH. i
L. H. Bewell of Atlanta Da.,cured by four bottles Woman's diseases are mainly catarrhof color. Flying end and fnrlwlows of ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Pops of of a Jackson terrible Oa.eating, had ulcer violent on skin leg.dlxeaxo 8. W,, the pelvic organs. IV-ru-na drives any sort have no pluoo on skn Ungdrt'8IIM Ills Mayor.n, W.Ailhmnur H. Knox Brady, Jno. aldermen It. Walker Jno.b. M.I..

entire body almost a scab yet permanently out every phase of catarrh. lunlden. K. I.. llruilyi' aimrimort Joint llenryi
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th cured by II. B. B. J.J. Head' of Athens, Ua,. Mrs. pllzaWike l No. 130:! Iron Street, small rlt and
should bo elate ,
ircuit. Taxes paid for non-residents had eczema on hands, arms ,,"dleglIffcreu Tho hat M X. h'I"' i, jr Tlio council
End rents and accounts collected. live years, tried doctors and patent medicines. Akron, 0., writes: I:1I with no feathers\ ; just a simple little luveta first Tiu
Blood where Balm the cured sores him load only healed a few gears Mrs.remaining W. J. ''I would be in my grave now if J turban of velvet and fur, nays the Now .

fitusville, Florida. Steed,of Auguota, Oa had recurring India, was It had not been for your God-sent York Snn. the source of the foregoing INDIAN RIPER: OUAIIDS.!

cured Perfectly by well only since.five bottles Mrs. M three, L. Adams years ago.:of remedy, reo ru-ua. I was a broken fashion and lllnstratlnna Drill at the Armory, over' county JI\Il. every
tuesday evening In this month, ,at 8! o'clock.
Kredonla, Ala., had deadly cancer was givenup down woman, now I am well. .
0. FRIES, C. E. to die by nine doctors yet was cured by A Turning tldllht. H. 10;. MI.MS,Jli., C'apUln.
Botanic Blood Halm. W. I'. McDaniel, of At. I
lanta cured of rheumatism but what more Among recent inventions is a locomo-
need we say? We could till this paper with John S. Rockwell, an old time New tive headlight which when the train i III HOARD Of Tit"I\ .
wonderful cures and remember all these troubles
legally surveyed and sub-divided are canned by Bad nlood In the system, and Yorker, who was known best for two ,r rounding u curve, turns in such a man Siesta every nt-cond Wednpudny night: in each
month at Bio o'clock In imntofllce.JuilRe .
[tapping neatly done. Estimates for ,poison Blood outward Balm- cures hence because there cannot It forces be return all the things-his remarkable physlcial resemblance ',...err tier as to !keep its Ilrojf'Ctebatt of M. :H. Junes. vn'Mdcntt room over J, M. Dlion'

of the symptoms. to General U. S. Grant and his light continually upon the rails instead I treasurer| J. (I. Hunt, incretary.COUNTY .
[11 1 kinds of engineering works. Dis- Don't trifle with blood troubles and remem- of pointing off to one side, aa occurs I
ber, if doctors and wonderfully
even sarsapurllla tonics large acquaintance among t
uted lines a specialty. salves have failed lu your case, that B. B. 1!.- with n stationary headlight. The OKF1CKUH.
Botanic Blood Balm-is different from anythingelse prominent men-died recently. motion of the headlight is controlled by
1TUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. and cures, to stay cured, by expelling the
poisonous matter from the blood. This is eth means of an air cylinder, connected SCHOOL HOARD.

only remedy that cures In this way. A Thousand Tongues I with the air brake system of the train J. M. Dlion, Tllimvlllet K. N. Andrews

EORGE W. ALLEN, HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM Could not express the rapture of AnnieE. and regulated by valve in the cab. Cocoa) 8. K" llblm, Melbourne' .

WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. Springer of 1125 Howard street., Philadelphia When the locomotive strikes a straight .
If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balm Pa. when she found that Dr. ,
section of track, the headlight automatically
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Is what you need you will find large bottles for COUNTY COM M IRRlONF.lIS.
ale by all druggists for 1.00, or six bottles King's Now Discovery\ for Consumption NEW STYLE: OAUMKNT. returns tote proper position.
.. J. It. Walker, Titimvlllr, chili man t Joiu> >h
trial bottle address had completely cured her of a hacking |
ey West, Florida. ,full treatment) fra.oo. For free and trimming around the shoulders fnr ---------- Mendel, ijkdrmiKej J. R. Walker 'lltunvllletJno. l ;
Blood Balm Co., 140 Mitchell, Atlanta,
made life
that for had
oough Waller
many years llounton, Eau flnlllo J.N. Ankona.
Folds of cloth Is little maxim r
3a.. and bottle and medical book will be sent collar and rovers. overlapping There one
Will practice In the United States trouble andwe a burden. All other remedies and doc KoKtilar sessions are 'held' 1 Unit Monday in each
all chargesprcpahl. Describe your each other finish the edge That now I will name,
ad State Courts. Ojun95: will Include free personal medical advice. tors could give her no help, but she says Which bring what Is bettor month, .
of this Royal Cure-"it soon removedthe Long pelisses appear again among the nifty

pain in my chest and I can now sleep new skating costumes which are more Than riches or fanro. COUNTY OFFICIALS.
AH those who will hoed it
RALPH E. SMITII, !I. D. soundly, something I can scarcely remember elegant than ever this season, but it U Good appetite find Minor 8.Jonas, Tltimvlllo, circuit judge I D.T .
AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and doing before. I feel like BoundIng the short jacket that has tho load. Velvet chocks ,. laulden, Tltimvlllit, coiinly ju Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world'l its praises throughout the Universe." Strong nerves rosy Uoliltimlth Tltimvllln, |iroMtcutlnu; attorney
Hal tl'ad, the lifelong velveteen cloth in all tho prettynew of mind. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.; greatest hero. By Murat And vigor A.A.StewartTitnsvilleClerk itlrcultoourt! | J. ,
:friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. jo will\ everyone who tries Dri: King'sNew shades, white included camel's It will banUh dy"|>opntn, F. Wooton, I'occm, tax assessor K.!: W. Hull,
Specialist\ in Genlto, Urinary and Rectal Biggest and bent book over 600 pages 8x10 Discovery for any trouble of the hair and drap d'eto are the Rheumatics flit TltiiHvlllfl, tax nolU'ctori I John Henry,Tltunrllle,
Inches; nearly 10J pages\half-tone Illustrations. Throat Chest or Lungs. Price 50o & f 1. serge popn- gout, treanureri' J. II. Hum. Cuurtenay, .".."rllll..I.
Diseases. Only f 1.50.- Enormous demand. Big: commis- ChorTee's lar materials for skating dresses. Ono That Tired l Fooling conquer, 0 limtrnc'tlmii; J. O. Krlen. Tltni>vlll <,
sions. Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Trial bottles free at F. S. DrugStore rather eccentric feature of trimming Drive scrofula out county surveyor| J.1*. Brown, Tltuiville, Hherltr.
127 Forsyth Street. quick The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor ; every bottle guaranteed. mRxtrn-
I And l here is the
Saxton lildg.,Chicago, these gowns is the use of two kinds of

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. To remove paint from window glass, fur bands. For example, adressof fawn Its wisdom Hood's Sarssnarllla Is sure- STATIC or Omo\ Crrov TOI.KDO, }) ""'
cloth bordered at the hem with sable LtroAH COUNTY, J
take some strong vinegar and heat it And blood,
keep your pure Frank J, makes oath that ho
chinchilla Clionuy
the Parlalane. has ft second bunch of jnst
will Startle hot. Wet cloth in the. hot liquid
r\R. C. H., PEETE, very a above. Tho two furs trim tho coat Is tho senior partner of the linn of F, J. e
Mrs. O. P. Greenfield of Colorado and wash the glass with it and the paint
collar of A Bar Slirn. Chonoy & Co., doing business In tho
at theworld's bodice brightened a deep
EYE, EAR, NOSE and..THROAT.5G8 Springs will drive a stagecoach will\ come oil readily. A strong solutionof cerise glace and a, soft vest of "I'll bet I am doomed to die prettysoon. City of Toledo, County anti State aforesaid
fair in Paris, cracking the whip plaited '
and that mild firm wl1pny\ tho
oxallo acid will\ also rcmpve dry paint i
six prancing white horses. Mana- cream sum of ONE: tiUMXiKD DOM.Aim for each
Cherry Street, over ( I what is the matter I
From glass.A mado in
of the exhibiticn have just closed a Pretty skating costumes are I and every ease of calnrrh that cannot bo
Macon, Ga. gers contract with this enterprising womanto combinations of cloth and velvet such "Well, my doctor tells tnu he doesn'tknow. cured by the UBe of I lull'* Catarrh Cure.
Frightful Blunder Now if he really didn't know,
skirt with chinchilla fur
visitors about the grounds in as a nwl cloth FRANK J. CllRNEY.:
It is said that she Will\ often cause a horrible Burn, Cut, at the foot und a jacket of black velvet or if it were something trivial. I know I Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed

WM. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. true western style. and her for Scald or Bruise. Ducklen's Arnica Salve with chinchilla collar and handsome he wonld give it some kind of name. my pccsoncu this Uth day of December,
will receive $5,000 expenses the best in the world, will\ kill the pain Indianapolis JournalA A. 1). IHMD.
button If thq skirt is cut with a circular -
will be
the six months in which she on and promptly heal it. Cures old Sores, -:--. A. W OLKAHO.V,
Graduate of Philadelphia College of Greenfield having an In- Bolls Felons Corns flounce, the band of fur is put on'to j
duty. Mrs. Fever Sores, Ulcers, Lawyer ICnrlelied.Gretson { RKAI Notary 1'ubllo,
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations valid husband and a family to support, nil Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on cover this scam -So yon brought suit for 1 f

promised. Ilazeltine Block, corner Bay began driving a few summer visitors I earth. Only 2.;> cts a box. Cnre guar A stylish skating costume! of gray damages for Injuries received in the hall's Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally *

and Laura St. about Manitoa and the Garden of the anteed. Sold by F. S. CliafToe Druggist. cloth is made with a polonaise round anything : and nets directly on tho blood and
JACKSONVILLE FLA. smash ever get
Now she is the proprietor ing up at either side to show. skirt of np. mucous surfaces of the ayN stn. Send
Gods years' ago. establishmentOn GOLD I is of no value when health U dark blue velvet spotted with white Dorster-I never received anythingfor for testimonial, free F. J. Choney ACo.

of & flourishing In danger, What's of more value f which alHO forms the sleeves and yoke myself, but I got enough out of the Tolcily, o. Hold by druggists, 75o.

ROBERT McCARREL, Pratt's up-to-date tablets will\ break up Gray Persian lamb trims all the edges company to support a lawyer In affluent 'Hall's Family Till are the best.

Prince Schwarzenberg'a game a cold In one day, and for constipationand circumstances for several years.-Boston .

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER preserves in Bohemia 106,604 wild ani- biliousness and all malarial trouble, of the polonaise.Ilaek with white TrauHcrlpt. General Otis, the commander of our
cloth costumes
mals were killed during the last season. it has no equal. By mail prepaid for 25c.; with the wide Crllla. forces III the Philippines, I I. said t oI' bo ft
Pratt Medicine Co., Station 13, Chicago, trimmings, especially The Iluaf
Churches a Steam stone works included 2,161 deer, 206 boars, .
specialty. They who utters
111. Send for sample. collar and revere of white cloth dotted read Scribbler'slatest man of ipncch rarely
and Friend-Have
pheasants you
27,619 bares, 39,713 grouse
more than one short sentence at a time,
CONCORD AND PBITCHARD STS., 6,657:) wild geese and ducks and ._-- novel

CHARLESTON So. CA. 29,446"noxious" animals, among them 'rltlc-Uaven' had time. I've been but who manages to make that sentence ..

foxes!, otters, badgers herons and too busy writing a criticism of It.- full of moaning

t New Orleans Times-Democrat

hawks. .'-. / Hohhocl the (!rave.

Where Id.. .Ar. Chrnp. A startling Incident, of which Mr. John
All or Nothing.Old i iM iw
"What !I. your notion of an ideal woman Oliver of IMilladelphla, was tho subject,
!" I I. narrated! by him a* follows : "I was

FERRYSSEEDS "One who can look like a princess In In most dreadful condition. My ikln

M $3 lolt. "Indianapolis Journal wa almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
k a coated, pain continually In back and
r I ICnrllp IH.tla.al.b.4. sides, no appetite-gradually growing
weaker day by day. Three physicians
When you hear I person Ullln how the world
I were famous yeanago-tbelr fame|ill tlr has gone awry, bad given me up. Fortunately, a friend
Igruwa 111'11'' ) y"ar-M tbe seeds Aa roUtln aU the IrootU ..'U nooooUr byan advised trying Electric Hitterand to
I mont to be rolled on-us alweya J JI
the first bottle
R the beet tor sale. by trading 1 by, my great joy surprise,
dealers everywhere. .Jive erne t When you bear him prophMyln nothlnclM but made a decided! Improvement. I continued
per paper and always worth H.InMai 'IJI doubt MI gloom their use for three weeks, and am
on having them. Run Bow the nan will soon get tb. ague la tb.
no ,IIIk -buy Ferry's.IA99 lI w'n forge to tloomV now a well man. I know they saved my
Heed Ann aall.I free. c life and robbed tho grave of another vic
b 1I.t'EKHYACO you'vt any mind fur (uowia you kin allot ,
l> trll. III.". -- tilt U rl,htHU tim." No one should fall to try them

:4Lj look h., gone a,'ia him 1 JM'S th. man Only 00 ct., guaranteed at F. S. Chaffee'

-- that kiss th. flint. Drug Store.
Aa when yon moot another, Uppla high III

look In proud, Hon. Elmer J. Burkett of Nebraska,
'-duktn h n4. *o cheery an s-rollla on the

DROPSY CUJtZD medlea.with HaTe vel.sabl.eared The matron of a well known M.!'onlc Home mentions one Inmate, crowd, who will represent William J, Bryan' ",
many thousand rs.4 ia tellln folks to brace np, that the trouble old district In the next house, I I. said to
la t"y of who has been in the infirmary for three years, through
called hop 'l Me. seventy years age, they go that he will\
at leaet rwo-thtrdentall.'mptom.r.mov l It all tioegioellon, thing that veoUh like the be so brilliantly a
'd".Ta.ttmonial.andTENDAY7treelmenifree1 a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans' Tab- dew) startle his congressional associate
1.1. 6KXU SOIS. Box K,Atlanta O* -n- Vbo thle earth'IU! right, M matter what
beneficial that he is My 1
and half and finds them so
ules about a a ,
year U said or done A Mother Tells How She Saved :

Grouch-Young man can you I(never without them. He,Is willing that his name should be used in foo kin chap,IIOO'that won be him ey-he'. the lucky Her Little Daughter' Life.I ,\,;'i

60 YEARS' Inhale that cigarette-ah- I a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto -Wiwhlngton Star am the mother of eight children and {I
Cbolly-Why, er yes -

EXPERIENCETRADC Old Grouch-Then oblige me by In.. I try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, EIe.lri. OelU Hun bf the *... have medicine had a great Last deal summer of experience my little with .! ::

baling it all I I-New York Journal eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and I Prcfemtor Torvald Kohl of the Odder daughter had tbe dysentery Its wont :,: t

also have Denmark reports tbat We thought the would die. I ,,1 ,
I finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him much. They two observatory, form. '
very when the huge sun spot of September tried everything I could-think of, but <
Yesterday ihe wa a bride. there thirty of the other forty-two; both suffer teemed do her good. I ;
I And H glad ai she could be. nurses one years age, I last was crossing tbe solar 'meridian nothing to any l9Chamberlain's \

MARKS Vow her face U clouded o'er! from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve magnificent anroral light flashed across aw an advertisement In our paper and Dlar-that
: aed 'tU plain to eee. bells In Collo, Cholera sit
U eltctiio
She the heavens, and the
DESIGNS ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they rhoea Remedy wa highly recommended .
CoMBittHTsAc. right Why U abe lAd 1 the great telegraph station at Fredtrlcia '
Why doei.abe bottle at It
rrrfv and lent and got a once. -

'"".riiion woertal oar opinion CoromuuK-a. lions of the paper printed aDe.oriptioo times suffers with Indiges telegraphic service in Denmark wu disturbed the bouie, It saved
"<"i iirtoH U,cotialeDtU.L probablypatsntablL Handbook on Patent of her w.ddln. |own. that she is forty-five years of age and at we ever had In j.my j.
lent Ire, Oldest for_rlnif palenu. -few York World. and finds that the for hours during the auroral dl. little daughter's life. 1 am anxloua
Patenu.. take. throulb Mafia i (JSTrecelyeC tion, causing pain aDd paroxysms of bekking, play. Professor Kohl think that the for every mother to know what an excellent

a miCic withoot dance, la lbsScientific Tabules arc very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her agency of the inn In producing the phenomena medicine It U. Had I known It JI

JUnerican.feaaca and healing properties would have saved me a great
The soothing; wa evident Similar ribibl at first It \
of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, tU name used in a testimonial. deal of anxiety and my little daughter -, ;
A etr.hlailo between ,
h&ll480..I ...111,. .er..t Lions of 'wlrelea telegraphy" .
d ...
nlu.tr'.t' $3 'and ,.,...... .... ... W.. 0. Mr. Oco.K. : .
? 0' sny.el nUde joaroaL "ara' a pleasant taste and prompt permanent W1rr A..ua... ... .. .. much suffering.-Yours truly
have been
..... "' : the and the earth
M..edMUNN inn
In"ratnu..eL llibrall favorite 4.:: C: U. I. For sale
curea, have made it a great t::. r-elWm: UUWDICK, Liberty, by
I. Co aI18,..,..'New York with the people everywhere. For ale C'w' .... .. ...... J.... In the paL all druggists and medicine dealers.

t'1IIoe. S* T PL Waell IIIOII.D.C. by all druggists and medicine dealers. -- tir


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.. AwRRLYJoUJIUt.DRVOTRDro10Davxr. Great Britain may have the largest I II II I BAKING

OPMF.JJT Or THE IKDIAH HITKB: LAKE and finest navy in the world, I FLA.
but the United States navy is forg

I EVERY FRIDAY.CHARLRR ing ahead slowly but surely. The I o rn .

annual Naval Register! shows! that ABSOLUTELY'PURE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In tl4

when the civil was ended the paper, free of cost to you, and put 'ID the hands of live men, to write at once
war 10
H. WALTOK, fcdltor & Proprietor.DlRContlnuance
this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public
United States navy comprised 632: Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ZST Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why

of advt. mnt be made personally vessels of all sorts ; but the present mot
en..t '""wvwof co MIw VOKK.
at thin ofllce or by writing. fleet of war ships is better than we yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00

ever had. Of the first-rate thereare CHANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00: to $20.liO< per acre.
Check,etc., may he made payable to CHARLK 120 mile river front; one mile
eleven ships including four Tuesday. Beautiful tract, acres! one-quarter north of pat
H. W publlnher and proprietor. WE are Informed that the Sun Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price 1000.

first-class battleships one second- day Cull. Jacksonville, will probn .A. L. Carter And family were here, CHANGE GROVE, 14 acres 50 miles south of Titusvllle. Will pay $1,0opyb 1 ;

Addreii all communication to class the Texas, two armored crullers hly puhlish its first evening edition shopping; on Monday.L. year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. .

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, the Brooklyn and New York this week. As stated In last week'sissue D. Hancock was up Monday bidinghis HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $S to $25 per acre.
I One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusvllle,
TiTimviLi.K FLORIDA.U. two protected cruisers, the Columbia lends good-bye. lIe left for Ashe- good fn
1 of the pink paper, the lion. Price $3.10.00.; )
and Minneapolis, the double vllle to be away a couple of months.M. pineapples, vegetables oranges.
Jinbcrt Mc> Htnee will the
S. Department of Agriculture turret monitor Puritan, which \II' editorial chair, and will have for A. Shlvort Is having more land

: \Vctillicr lliircau-Jupiter, Fin. ranked for fighting. ability with the assistants, Mr. S. IJ. RUBS, who wan cleared, getting ready for a fall crop. .. v=: J3. J30CS.

Texas, and the flagship Olympia, special l correspondent for the ADVOCATE Sone of the farmers here have tomato ,

.' The following is a comparative state with Admiral J} wI'Y's command. at Tallahassee at the last seed planted,and egg plant up and growing

mont of temperature and rainfall for the Of the I second! rate there are nicely. Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal
1 1800. session ; Mr. 1 4.. IJ. Barker and Hay aM
week ending-Tuesday 1800- Aug. ,-1808- eighteen, to which has been addedin III herll. We understand t there is a ,

DATE. MAX. aUNt MAX. &fIN. the last year the Chicago, whichIs pond deal of capital back of this Banyan.Showers .
: 20 87' 75 878S 77 the largest and i is, also regarded new enterprise, which we wish every Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fresl

27 87 77 75 aa the most formidable. Of her beds shipping
seed plowing,
I 21 28 81 88!) 80 70 89 88 80 80 class there are two other similarly success. pines, fighting, skeeter, bugs. all the( time.

rated the Baltimore and Philadelphia
30 81 72 83! SO UNLESS Klihu Root, the new Secretary No kissing bugs yet. for Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
31 01 78 8I!) 70 and then comes next in orderof Agent Gray ; to man or
War President The plow Is an Implement Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
1 87'77 I 81:! 74 efficiency, according to the Reg- of can persuade Sharpe orange do beast. Agent for quotation.
shake the the orange grower can hardly Lowest cash prices.
week 0.88! Inches. i the doubit-turret monitor McKinley to up
Total rainfall for the : +ter, : without.J. .
Departure from normal rainfall for the Monterey, known as "Black Betsy'," Wnr l Department clique and to give Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: minus (0.17 Inches. Departure General Miles the say that properly T. Stewart, of Ean Gallie was callIng -
the cruisers Newark San
1 protected in Banyan last week. -
ffom normal rainfall since January ,
1. minus :JJ.OO/ Inches. Francisco and Charleston, all above belongs to him as Commanding in nil W. J..lUgan Is preparing to build a N. WELSHANS
General of
Army, CHAS.
.1.I W. CRO.VK, Observer. 4,000 displacement, except the dwelling: on his place here. \ ,
matters he will live to regret
latter ; the double-turret monitors military ,

,. WE are in receipt of the Initial Miantonornah, Am phi! trite, Monad. the day he so eagerly acceptedthe few J. W.days Field last and week.C. family. were down fora

number of the Peninsula Breeze, H nock and Terror, the protected War portfolio to perform duties : L. Stewart is putting the Merrill CEMENT BRICK LIME 'SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
to Attorney -
prooerly belonging ,
F neally-gotten-up weekly paper, cruisers New Orleans und Albany, grove and pinery In good shape.
General.. It Is no joke to
with headquarters at. Seabreeze. and the J.uncasterinclnnatl, Atlanta U. C. Creech writes from Nassau that (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
stand before the as a figurehead Agent
Mr. ThoR. A. Davis Is the editor, Raleigh and Boston, the Lancaster he will be home for month In the fall. .

and we wish him and hit) new vent being the only wooden vessel 1 responsible for the' conduct'of t
Preparations for fall planting are being Write for and Prices.
ture every SUCCH-SS. Jt hue a field in the. )Jst and one of the relics) of the Wl\r.d pllrtment. made. S3T Samples .

pretty well all to itself on the peninsula the old navy. Old 'Phone 8. jut) 13 Hogan Street,

and it should receive good The third-rate vessels show an THE CIGARETTE LAW. ,,- Fort Pierce.

l support. increase over last year, there beingnow JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

forty-two, including the old. YESTERDAY went into effect the -

THE defense net time monitors, which come under bill at the recent The mosquitoes are very thick just
new torpedo or cigarette passed
crinoline for the British is this classification. Vessels of the at Talla now &
navy, session of the legislature eMurray Baker
Detroit and Marblehead type are The Rev. Mr. Lane held services here
to be be of interestto
supposed impenetrable, even hassee. As it may church
in the Methodist ,
Sunday evening
of the third ratewith the old Hartford
when armed\ vith H cutter. It Is many cigarette dealers and to congregation.Mr. .
a large
considerably heavier than the old Farragut'sflagsh'ip at :Mobile, smokers, we publish the law, whichIs In 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
Gautier, of Jacksonville was
heading the list. Thlyd-rate vessels '
net but can be handled just as follows
as : town Monday calling on our merchants.
include all between -: :Hecdquarterst: ; For.l-
2,7000 tons
Each is wide 28
net 25 ft.
easily. An act to prohibit the manufacture or
Mr. and Mrs. Hogg accompanied by
ft. deep, weighs 1,700 Ibs., and con and 1,000 displacement.Of sale of cigarettes or cigarette papers in their son, Banjamin, left for Ankona,

sists of 16,000 wire meshes. Each: i the fourth-rate there are but the State of Florida, and to provide Tuesday, for a few days visit.A. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
six, with the dynamite ship Vesuvius penalties for Its violation. .
mesh is secured by six small rings ; "Bo It enacted by the Legislature of M. Sample paid Sebastian a visit ,

these combined with the small size at the head, the Petrel next the state of Florida." 0 Saturday, returning the same evening.The and Su.n.Clr1.es.
render it and the old Pinta at the bottom. manufacture or sale of
mesh, practically impossible Section 1. The son of the master mechanic at the
: 'for the cutter of a torpedo boat. All vessels of this rate are new cigarette paper in any form Is hereby depot met with a serious accident last "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on wheels
ships except two. Rated lower than prohibited within the State of Florida. wood for the
to make any impression upon'l 1 week ; while chopping
these vessels are 37 torpedo: boats facture Sec. 2., attempt Any person to manufacture who shall, manu sell or pump, he split his foot open.. at short notice..

WHATEVER one think of the a majority of which are nearly attempt to sell, offer as a premium, giveor Mrs. C. T. McCarty of Ankona was a
t may completed, and the next are twelve offer as an Inducement or encouragement pleasant caller at the home of Mrs. Lane
merits of the Maybrick case, one navy yard tugs, six old sailing to trade provided that Cuban tobacco fast week. The Lane twins are particu- HAMMOND PACKINGCO.Formerly
cannot help admiring the pertinacity the Constellationand maybe manufactured In the larly fond of this charming and kind- .
with which the British officials ships, including State not to be sold in this state, any hearted lady.Impure ( The G. II." Hammond' Co.)

', ,, insist that the sentences of their Jamestown ; six receiving ships cigarette or cigarette paper of' any kind OUR SPECIALTIES : .
and 15 vessels classed as unserviceable within the state of Florida with the ex
courts shall be carried out and water Is i the cause of much
; three-fourths of which have ception of the manufacture for shipment sickness. Remedy this by getting a flue "Coin Special" hams and breakfast. bacon
? that convicted of well
persons established been assigned to State militia or.\ out of the state of cigarettes tilled with filter from Claude Walton, '.l'ituaville. "Coin Special" canned meats.
shall for each
cases of crime shall be Florida grown tobacco ,
punished, says the Savannah Morning ganizations 'for practice drills. offense, be punished by a fine not ex. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

Forty-five cruisers and yachts ceedine: :*:>00 or by Imprisonment In the Notice of Application for Permit "Calumet"
News. If we Americans had leaf lard.
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hard exceedingsix
which were purchased for the war county jail at labor not. --
more of the British brand of backbone with Spain are yet retained for months, or by both such fine and Imprisonment to Sell Liquors, Wines and Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
fi in dealing with our murderers at discretion of the court. JJccr.
the finding! of our courts would service, and form part of the navy. Sec. 2. By the word "cigarette" as / compound lard sausagesand
There are also more than thirty used in this act, Is meant not only what Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
command more awe and respect, but notice Is hereby fclven!: that Losley
colliers and steamers; for special are commonly known as cigarettes, Ptrni-IO', have nled with the Hoaid of
and we should have fewer lynchings. service. Added to the above mentioned i any and all articles encased in a paperor County ComniiitslonerH of Urevard County J
:Mrs. Maybrick is an Americap wo. other wrapper and not composed, entirely In the State of {o'iorlolltheir application for a
in for her hus there are eight first-class of tobacco In both tiller and wrapper permit to Bell liquors, wines and beer In Eleo WILLIAM CLARKS Plumber
man jail poisoning tionlIstrtct\o.2, of said County and State; Sanitary
' band. battleships building, each more and which are Intended to bo used that such application will be acted on by the ,

..S _________ powerful than those now in service ; for persons to smoke. Bald Hoard of County Commissioners at their ...
which will be held on the
u a submarine torpedo boat, four Sec. 4. By the words "cigarette pa next regular meeting Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Sheet
PHILADELPHIA, it is stated, is monitors sixteen per" as used In this act, Is meant such FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER: D. 1899, Roofing,

about to,take the lead in a great topedo destroyers, paper as Is used or intended to be usedas at 2:30 o'clock In the afternoon of said day", and
a sailing ship and a gunboat besides calls citizen of Iron work and drain bath
wrapper for cigarettes. the snld Hoard hereby upon any pumps pipe tubs water closets
reform clothing men ; and a number of tugs. The United Sec. 5. All\ laws and parts of laws In such Election District who may desire to do so. ,
asks should the masculinerace to show cause if any there bo at the said next
why States now rank as the fourth naval conflict herewith are hereby repealed.! regular meeting of said Hoard, why such permit and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all re tiel .
be compelled by custom to pIItONI'iiAir shall not be !granted to the applicants. -
power In the wftrld, only England : Hv order of the Hoard of Comity Commissioners
wear coats and swelter and steam France and Russia having Itom'ING-Cheap and i of jliet'ard County, Floridn this,the 1st day 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
: in hot weather, while women keep durable. Quickly' and easily put on. (if August A. D. 1/111i1.!! FLA.
stronger naval f cool
and 'comfortable in shirt .
Jacksonville<' aligHt Hoard of County lunllnls: lollerl.
waists? Philadelphia is discuss. \

ing the question, ahd may institutea BeER, of whom FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
movement towards permitting the 'we have heard a deal of late, will Lotus. Sale of Stock, .

eat almost in the flodh
shirt waist well ,
to men as aa wo
men. Materials identically the fish or fowl line, for all is grist that Wed- UNDER to and it by directed virtue by of a George letter of 1leIlMoli.hypotho-) Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House

used for shirts comes to his gastronomic mill, and A. I. Brouer of Geoiglana spent. pledging as security for a certain Indebted. ,
are making nesday in town. ness Certificates ST.38.39 and 40. each for ten
and waists the the following mixture is voted most chare of the capital stock of the East!: Coast
yet man must keep Mosquito Netting, made and
delectable the of the Mr. Llndeiberry and son.of Fairyland Realty Companj, standing In the name of said unmade fine mesh. Sand Netting and Screen
by majority
his Madras shirt covered with a were here on Monday leo (J.ileason upon the hooks of Bald corporation ) Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coatsr Cotton, In all numbers
t rougher classes 'says Chambers' the Krevard State Bank will sell at 41cts. doz. Show Cases
coat, no matter if the is County per old or new ones. Special attention paid to
mercury Journal A slice is y. King, of Aitesla were seen In Lotus public auction to the highest and best bidder correspondence. Traveling men on the road dealers,
in : great square for in front ot the Court House Door at constantly. We only sell to
the nineties while the
woman's o ten
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Anti ._. Anvililnrv
Tuesday. Tltinvlllu_ Flu. .., nnrlni' the legal hours of sale corporations .unAtI. ) u. i hue ve
cut of loaf made of unsifted UUJVIII1I uouauj storekeepers in our
a course, -----'" on -- ----- A"Iuy
shoulders are covered only by the the have In stock. Liberal terms and liberal
upon treatment.
and the Misses
Kobe of Bahia
meal and covered with ,
waist. Why should not the man's a thick FIIIST MONDAY IN BKITEMBEK: 1899! ,
t Clara Otwell Mary Tuten and King BENEDICT & CO.
shirt be changed into a shirt waist, layer of jam-preferably strawberry spent several hours In town Saturday: the Raid stock,and will duly assign came to the ,
and -become ; a row of sardines is then placed purchasers by virtue of its authority a*agent of 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
'. a thing of beauty and Mrs. A. L. Brouer called\ on Mrs. D. A. the said Oeo. (>. Gleason confeir.U by laid letter
a joy to its wearer, and the envy of on ,top, and the oil from the sardine llanmcy, last Monday of hypothecation. --::::
liberally poured over the
all beholders, just'as a woman's is? C. 1). Provost t Is having the Capl'oogrov.o & URA.MAM:
whole. A loud
smacking of lips for Rank JOHN
mowed and put,In good order.T. aun44t Attorney R. WALKER
As an example worthy of the attention and other manifestations of thor- ,
G. Ronald In Cocoa.
of railroad magnates in the ough appreciation accompany the spent Please write! us whenever you fall to DEALER IN -

United States is that of Switzer. disposal! of this delicate bonne- J. R. Ragan and brother were here on receive tine ADVOCATE.

land, who has the following systemof bouche ; but the unsophisticated ___,____ _________________________u______.___ ___ Millinery Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc. Etc.
adjusting railway fares : Tour- Boer means to enjoy a special treat ,

fats or commerciatravelers [or quite regardless of expense.A Mc T! im.moi: & Fitch,

others] can now secure for an ab. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA An Kinds of Cool Temper

surely small sum what amounts to Bitrnsii!: sea captain, who was Drinks; Fruits In Season.

: practically a free pass over the recently in New York, must have Grocery and Commission Merchants. W- Your patronage solicited

Swiss railways and steamboats.. great faith in the sailing qualitiesof DKAU Sill:-M'e quote you a few prices lx>low, and when in need of the following articles
so ml us order. We make a specialty of Mall Order JOHN R. WALKER,
jour |
Tickets good for fifteen days costs the yacht Shamrock, for he said Titusville, Fla.

$12 first-class, $8.40 second, and $d hoe was willing to bet $5,000 that PRICE LIST:
third l1eMt Flour. Per bbl.................... ... 4.23: I keen Coffee Ilf'r lb. .... .. ........... .. 8. .10 -----
and allows
holders to travel the above .yacht would take the halfbbl l................... ..... SI.30 Arl>uckleIiCutt'ee.l.erlb.................. $ .I''H
over any or all of these routes as back to England.: It has been Il$-Ib. Sack................. ... 1/.2. Tea jHtrlb.l ............ ........ ........... M ESTABLISHED
I cup OrIl8.1\l'r ........... ......,.. I.II I.artl.eoml'ollllll.llerlb.; ...., ........,,.., .06 1852.
often as they please. For thirty the rule for some years past for all Meal a ..................... 1.10 IjirdjmroiHsrIb ... .................... .ss, T Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House In Chicago. _
wheatI ........... 1.2:1,101'1' Tomatoes.3-lb.cane, per dM ........... .uu
days the tickets cost $20, $14, or American fast yachts to be beatenIn II Corn .................... 1.1)0) Tie Teachen,3-lb.cans, IHT doi.....,.?.. l.oo
$10 for the dlllerent classes ; for British waters and the same has tale a' ...\.... ........... 1" Table Peaches,3-lb.cam,per tloi.... ..... 1 jw
1Iran I' ............. ..wo1OS Corn,2 lb.caut. per doz.... ... ... .... ... atoHaked
three months $-18, $34, and $21 ; for .. occurred to all British yachts in .......... .l>S ]iean -\b.OPII, Ilf'rdoz....... 1,00 T. D. RANDALL &' CO.
BrightCSMealperSMk. .. ..... ....... .
7 six .: .. Sardines ...... 43Salt.
months $76, $54, and $38: ; for American waters. It is claimed l.tealJo'l'rUllzer,2OII.11I. ................... 3.00 .axMba., pereack... ................... .uo ,
one year $120, $84, and $60 respect that the building of these yachtsto hay. '.erewt ,. ............ ............... .$5: Matches per (ro 8........................ .4*
UtwtnaHelUei.iwlb..,................. .(W Crackers soda, jierlb .................... M
tively. Mountain railways, are of stand the trip across the Atlantic llama. jierlb I...'................... .10 ('rackeJ'll.lemon.llerlb.................... ,6K COMMtss2ol: : T
course not included. .Two weeks has Shoulder*, per Ib. ................... .elf (linger Sn pi, per Ib....... ............... .06 ,
something to with it- lUee.iwrlbOnnularetl ......... .. .......... ..... 6Se Octajron Soap,per doi..,.................. .4.1
sulllce to get a glimpse of the prin. they must be built heavier and Sugar, perlb.................. 8M l'earlloe.lltrdo'C.......................... U Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce,
Toothpick Tobacco, per Ib................ .47 1'ouah, per dos...,.,....................., .43 ,
cipal parts of Switzerland, and it stronger.

can now be done for $6. Every Send ui your orders and make ui your consignment. We invite correspondence.. P1.noapp1os a. Spooin.1ty.;

ticket must have the owner's McTIMMO.Va 15, & FITCH. St. Give as reference: The Merchantl' National Bank of Chicago Southern
photograph Have paid subscription IT, 19, 28 South Ocean ; *
you your ? Co.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. press AF lorlda8hIPP on application. Also state remittances made In >e
on it, If not, please do sot .. ..; rr Spot clUb buyer of Hide,Fun, Wool and Alligator Skin York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange.

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'r;nrlQ2I< E. S. Williams Rockledge.-spent Sunday: at Lotus, FER T I LIZ E R S

I the guest of T. G. Ronald 1R li .J'>

Miss\ Harriet Wilkinson\ who has been
SaA the guest of Miss( Dora Brccse for some

weeks, ]left Monday for Palm Beach. .
Miss Dora Hreeso leaves: Saturday ill
for Johnstown, p:,., where she sill
I spend the remainder of the summer. TO.W -

F Messrs. T. G. Ronald and Edmund : '

Simmons expect to leave the last. of the Gro"'VVsL's. P1H

week Breeze.for a few weeks oullng at Sea : ..Pi.neapple @o: @ .

Word has been received that Mls'Eva r.l
McDanielwho A11 &round: JPox-tillszsor
formely lived herewith
I'Hfr 1 'k her aunt, Mrs. H. Williams, is very III : Price $25.00. ws- Before buying tho following! Materials: lie sure and apply toMS I.1.JOUARAiTEED

in St. Joseph, Mo. where she has been
for and will
pWE for the past ear. Grave fears are enter- ANALYSIS: prices, we prove to you wo can save you money.

tained as to )her recovery. Molfttnre............................ .. ...... ... ..... .. .. ...... .......... .. .... to 10 STEAMED KOXE" RAW HONE
1o j jI AmmonIa. ....... ... ............... .. ... ... .... ................... ate A ,
Miss May Valentine: of Tillman, was El Egnalto9nlpaleo. Ammonia...............,... ... ............................ oto4is I1LOOD A\}) HONE ACID PHOSPHATE
I the guest of Mrs. H. S. Williams for 'u Available I'lioM-horio Acid ....:....... .. ......................,...., S ti> flK I
TtThUT few days last week. Miss Valentine has rnttxhKl ..... ,......ann..una..u.nu..n., (et9
? been spending several months at the Rqilftl( SolphateotPotash...... ......".,... .. ....................... ... mito10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA: "OIl.\C } \
( ( STOlItajlnellla. :: (
Sanitarium at Merrltt, and says she has Lime.Roda, etc. ... ....... ........... .................u... .. ..... M to 60 E-J
been greatly: benefited bv )Jr.) Norton's E-t TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED: MEAL, HARDWOOD AS1IKS: ,
- u Write for Special Pamphlet.
SylvesterPelkins who clerked for Geo. :- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

N. Hatch last winter, returned here yes H prices.
terday, after a ten weeks' visit to his : '
home in Oakland. ho is
I "surely glad to get: Sylvester back to the says: Indian Plonso Correspond with us before being iiicluood to buy from Dealer. Send for

I River." lie will probably; be employed Pamphlet. I.LJ
permanently by Mr. Hatch. H

L. S. Andrews has severed his connec- LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

tion with S. F. Travis & Co., where he ,,
has been employed several years, and expects

) to leave Tuesday for Madison. Will.I T o1::No1Z'vi11A, ZF'lorid.a:
I Mr. Andrews has secured a position as

hnolr.Ir..n"v--n n*_|> '.a. .f"r"*.. .. I",..,,. .rrrnnnvtr.iuiiui.T ncinlw.- _.. -
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; lishment in that *ity,and if all is satisfactory -
he will probably remain there road station and its yards, and most especially Melbourne. Bahia.
permanently. n Hag station, where the railroad
Salesman wanted. Enclose stampfor I company has no agent: to look after the -
particulars. name. ; and the writer will suggest that OOODR A OOODK.-Hcul Estate sail t.vans. Mosquitoes} very ]plentiful, caused
USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE the patrons of (our once cozy and heat Agent for Etna: Ixinilnn. and Liverpool! and by the recent rain. I AND AVOID DANGER,

Will straighten Curly and Kinky Hair Stains-the best known wood preser- little flag station) comply with tho rules (attention)lol.fl, and<< jmld Iimwrln to )the Fire interests tn nrRnNl.of mm 8HieUI| rcM- Miss Clara Otwell Is visiting friends In

without injury to the scalp or hair. vative. Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., of the respected railroad company and dent Artfsta.
Jacksonville, Fla. remove all freight within fortyeighthours No Store Hole'' Boarding House or ResIdence -
is 'nltI' ,
Thomas Sumtnr )preparing to )\ ,
after arrival of same, and not let for time ADVOCATE
PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX. same remain twelve months spread over time:pink Subscriptions paper of (the East Coast, will bo, varieties largo actcairo on hU homestead In strawht\
...................... .... ......... ................................. Daytona. the Moors of the building, and depriving received at the Melbourne Postofflce.
; tho !general public of the use of the build It. II. Otwell I"I painting/ nnd repairing I Germ Water Filter,
Ing, as well as placingother freight liableto his sailboat, pieparatory to the coming '
Anti Kink. Our Beach is getting crowded-more damage ; and as has been said, a house Capt. Walter Nesbitt of Eau Gallic busy season.

..............,........." .......,.................................... accommodations required. divided against itself Is sure to fall. was wheel.In town Tuesday, coming down on A. P. Meadows passed through this
Therefore, no one or two parties should his
Endorsed by the United; States Health R. R. Theyer, formerly of Winter Park, want to monopolize grounds and building Albert Root Is busy shipping pine apples place, Saturday last, t'n route to lianynu, k
where ho will\ reside In fuluie.
has become
a citizen of Daytona. intended for of the
Reports. uso general public and says his fields are ]looking fine. I
DARRACH & RICH, New York, The South Bridge will probably not be or leave flame in a filthy condition J. C. laugh Is thoroughly equippedfor 1
The late rains have caused the
open for travel before the 12th. after removing fertilizer and such freight! orange the fish business, ho having recently ,
Sole Manufacturers. I will further suggest that the residents trees to put on a crop of bloom which Is purchased now nets of n No. 1 manu pllif1Vator,
Rev. Mr. Payne of the M. E. Churchis I and patrons of our flag station !get together unusual for this time of the year facture.

off to Virginia for a much needed rest. I and put tho /grounds and buildingIn Rev E. W. Butler left here ]last Tucs-
Miss Vida King uinod to her home
Miami.Mr. The Board of Trade has granted B. F. a cleanly condition, and in future I day to spend R month north. We wish at Artrsla. after spending several weeks
unite In rules of the '
abiding by com
Hough the use of their rooms for "Jus.tlce'll him pleasant trip. Visiting friends at this place.
pany. Also, to see that no tramps and
court. loafers are allowed to lodge or build. fireson Mr. George Damond of Malabar was In The picnic and tournament races hold

E. A. Douglas is back from his Charles Carpe is busy :( the yards, as the writer feels that town, Tuesday last work at the Dr, Wells' place, proved

northern trip. loads of brick down from his yards on such steps will be appreciated by the Mr. Sara Martin Is $giving his boat to bo a very enjoyable affair Messrs.

Rev. C. F. Blackburn has returned Smith Creek. officers of the railroad company.Do house a coat of paint. Slmmonds and Stewart tied In tho races. being clear and sparkling is no

from i a month's outing/ Ga. Bert Stevens has taken the Pellot'sstore circulation proof It Is \l1II'U.)1) or cistern' water
The ]has
Our streets are being cleaned up and pink paper a big thai Is full of typhoid fever and malarial
on Ridgewood. Bert is a mighty want to buy or sell propertyon all tho J East Coast between Jacksonville
Attorney J. T. Saunders Is back from a you look -well. Nothing adds more to the along bo clear.
clever fellow, and deserves success.A Indian River P If do, write the and Went and all Indian germs: may \
week spent in Gainesville on business.Mr. you appearance of a town than clean and Key our N your drinking or rooking water
I Indian River Real Estate Tltus- River merchants should advertise In
contributed well streets.
number of men kept muddy cloudy P Readily cleanse It
young/ or
W. A. Laech, of Ad rain, Mich., vlllo, Fla. See page! 4. this excellent and well known medium
to the city treasury on Monday last-having tl'ulllall earth sand Injects I slime
arrived Saturday night on a prospecting Mr.: & Mrs. E. I'. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. or
tour. been in too much of a hurry to light C. II. Stewart, Master Fletcher Stewart, Is than water you tine bad smelling or
their bicycle lamps.E. Bovine. Miss Jennie Miller, and Dr. L. A. Peck Eau Gallie. tasting f Is It too much trouble to clean

Mrs. J. A. McDonald and daughter, &. Travers has done a very kind have been enjoying a vacation at East nut tlm cistern or well as 01'\'U us should
Miss Kitty, have returned from month's Melbourne. be P Is the dralnngo from house, stableor
fitted the
lie has grounds
visit to Connecticut. thing. up Miss Valentino of Tllman Is a guest at water
dangerously near
Mr. Jim Henderson killed a ]large privy your
corner of Bellevue and Ridgewood aves., very
of Bartow the
The Misses Ilehbs are Hotel Granada
Last Saturday Rev. W. W. Farts and for a park and play ground for the little rattlesnake Fiiday. The snake came of their sister Mrs. I. C. Bowyer supply, HO HH to you
/guests llavo had nmal 'la In
near biting Fred Houston's horse. Archdeacon Brown hold services at St.John'lI you typhoid or a your
family moved into the handsome new folks, seats, swings, etc. These chaimlng young ladles add much lamlly lately ami realized that tho waterused
church last
Presbyterian mansion on Palm Ave. Collector Douglass has returned from Mr. A. J. Simmons has gained his. to the social tone of our town, and mire Sunday may bo responsible\ for It ? Then

Messrs Curry & McBride expect soon his trip to the Northwest. While in mental strength, though very weak physically fast making hosts of warm friends here The yacht Rostyn was In this harbor a got a LITTLF lIiUWN.1110 FILTKU:

to erect ten new cottages on their Bay Grand Rapids, !Mr. Harry Perkins itifonn- lie had no medical aid. who will regret to sue them leave. day or two last week. at Its low popular ptlre, and you aro

front lots between 10th and 11th streets. ed him that the whole town cxoected to Mr. R. B. Stewart and family, Mr. Eugene Capt. Sam Martin Invited for a sail ]last Harry U. Hodgson returned Tuesday snfc. It will remove Impurities.tJP'Thoy \<< .

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Key emigrate to Daytona this winter. Stewart and Miss Mary Tuten went Monday evening/ the following party ; from three week's visit to New York are only tl.25 each, and! will

Wet, spent several days here last week Saturday night saw an Immense :Saturday to Lake Washington fishing. Mr. and Mrs I* C. llowyer, the Misses having greatly enjoyed his trip lasts II(u-iGnu. When wilting for Information

as the guest of Mrs. Johnson on 13th: amount of music and dancing over on The came back loaded. Emogcan Ilebli, Anulo Goode( LlllioRobeitHon Mrs.' P..A. McMillan and Miss McMil tilciiHo IneloHO stamp. All or-
Carrie BlOwn, Hullo Ilebb, Beta must bo accompanied by cash.
street. the peninsula. Tie. Colonnades gave an
Messrs I..n. Locke, R. B. Stewart and lan, of Hanyan visited related hero last
Mr. W. H. Chaille, of Ocala, has ren- opening ball lighted, house with and grounds electricity.being A B. A. M. Stewart will leave Thursday for I I Dr.Marlpn L. A.Mitchell Peck, Messrs.and Walter y, C.JlanleliurM.Conk ling, week, '10turuing homo Saturday: Fur full particulars, apply! to tho agent,

ted the Sulzner block on 12th street, and brilliantly number were present and the affair KiHsimmee to buy n bunch of horses. Miss Isabel Brown of Canaveral] has CLAUDE: WALTON, Tltusvlllo, Fla.
large tho
They will cross Lake Winder. Last Wednesday morning/ IIrang
to Racket store there this
open the time been visiting Miss Ilesslo Myers several
week. was great success. At same cottage fell to the ground with report /
those not of the Four Hundred hied like a peal of thunder ; Messrs. lirang days, returning homo Monday. /THY
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graham them to the Pavilion and spent the jolliest .. ...
accompanied Georgiana.Charles ., and Downey having a narrow escape Sheriff 'Brown's many friends make
by Capt. and Dr. Simmons left sort of evening. Unfortunately 12 from Injury, having just gotten out from dally Inquiries as to his condition, and
Monday morning for a two weeks' cruise o'clock comes so soon on a Saturday under the building, which they were, arc extremely anxious to hear that ho U "
among the Bahamas. night. Wernlng 'went up to Cocoa raising to put a stone foundation under out of danger 4 CROWN"ati(1
Sunday. In the house is total
Nearly everything a
Gen. A. L. Sawyer, of Key West spent It Is said that O. F. Paddlson will
several days among us last week. The [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Mrs. White spent the day Friday. with wreck. Mr. liraiig has the sympathy shortly maker Palatka the headquartersof

tiny size and happy manner of the little job printing you need.] her daughter, Mrs. Dower at Co lives
with their
man excited much cusiosity and interest :Mrs. Wet hey and Mrs. Wagner were here as a branch for local business .Butter.

Last Thuisday evening the firemen calling! on Mis. Hughes and Mis. Owen, Town Marshall Rennet wants to give .
!Rave another enjoyable dance at the Tibbals.Master Wednesday Malabar-Tillman. Ills attention to bicyclists who IndulgeIn

Miami Hotel. The occasion was made Mrs. Oens and daughter! were down reckless tiding, Tho Town Council

doubly interesting by the awarding of calling on Mrs. Hall, Mis. Fish and Mts.HUcuck should also require all blcyelUU to curry you will have 1
Prizes. Miss Etfie Welch carried off the Fiank and Reginald: Waters Thursday. The pink piper] office Is the 'place{ to lighted lamps at night.Major'I'eabody .
sailor hat for the best dnsseS young/ spent Sunday Ankona as the guest: of get your j Job luting done cheaply) neatly .
lads> Miss Clara Frow won the white silk Master Fred and Raymond Saeger. Mis. Curler, !Miss Lillie and three of and cxpedltlously. of the 'f11l1611-Union
parasol for the best dancer, and Miss the little folks spent a very pleasant afternoon and Citizen wu In town Thursday of THE BEST.The
We to learn of the \Illness of
Andrews left this placeon are sorry week after the Internals
Minnie Cuthbert captured the parasolfor Mr. James E. with Uncle and Aunt Hughes, last looking
Miss Lena Conkllng, and hope sho will .
the neatest and cheapest dress, Miss Saturday last, to join his wife and Thursday.Mr his paper. The genial Major U not In
be able to ho about.
who visiting Mrs. Andrew's loon health and needs vucfUlim.
Susie little daughter are good a
Watson of Lemon City, receivedthe and Mrs. A. L. Bruner and little
parents at Ormond, Fla., The friends of Miss Mails Starke Elgin Butter Co.
cake for the most popular young daughter made a trip to Lotus ]last Wed many Capt. George (J. CHeason has recently
lady. Everybody seemed to have good of this place and] will besoiryto learn of her Illuvmt, but Mud attachment
/ Miss Susie Summers nesday, with Mr. White's mule and wagon perfected patented HU to OF FLORIDA,
time and the fire laddies added sixty- Miss Florence It ,bloson, boarded the doing some trading with Mr. Provost hope to see her out again very soon the Globo engine fur launches, by whicha

eight dollars to their treasury.t3T"We south bound train on Sunday last for and visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ramsey, Everything In our vicinity Is very greatly Increased speed 1 U obtained Jacksonville, Florida. \
West Palm Beach, where they will spend spending a pleasant day.A. much alive since the recent rains-even Those who have examined It, pronounce
several days as the guests of Mrs F. O. "Amos Keeter" seems to have more ambition. It a IIUCt:.,..... CjrWuoiONulo only. 1
would esteem the favor If our U. Carter and J. W. Bruner returned

readers, when writing or calling upon Williams. from their trip to Ankona, Thursday .. .. ._ __ _h.. .. .. ...... .. .____.. ____. .. __..._... __ _.
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, Mr. Alfred Cox, one of Eden's most night: with their boat load of pineapple Mr. and Mrs. C. W liolton, of .South
etA:., would mention the ADVOCATE. prominent and most successful pineapple plants. They made a very quick and Malabar, were calling; on filend* In our
growers, and who 1 II also organist in the successful tilp, encountering a few sand l art of the town on Sunday and Monday 1AUSOLUTKLY
St. Paul's Episcopal church, spent Sun (lien, mosquitoes and squalls. ,all t. The Monarch .of Strength is
afternoon and evening In this placeas
Jensen. day the guest of )Ir. and Mrs. J. T. Mr. Padgct, Hall and little son of After an absence of several months, 1
Waters. Lynnevllle, la., and )1 r. Hall's sister, Miss J. Howell has: returned to our
Mrs. Grace Uncock J and little daughter, town to visit her father, Rev C. L 4
)fr. Thorson has gone north to visit Mrs. Homer Eaton nnd Mrs. Smith of of Pidcock, On., arilved Wednesday llowell, our worthy postmaster.,

"is family, whom he has not seen for five Zanesville: Ohio, very kindly donated and are visiting their mother, Mrs. Hall, Homer Conk linK, of Melbourne, paid LION
tears last week to the St. Paul's Episcopal and sister, Mrs. Fish; also their father-
little town a visit on Saturday,
Church, a very handsome pair of double Gnaw and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. our
Jake Padgett Is filling the position of inlaid with gold, and Come again, Homer! We know one
biilstiue vasnes Hlxcock I their many filends In this
'lead' clerk ;pUll who always smiles when r ,
in the mercantile establish- candlesticks and young lady you
of ; '
also a beautiful pair vicinity are all glad to them. JI'U'71 r.;:n
Ilent of J.C.Filnk.Pineapples set of candles, and Mrs. W. H. Harris, of come tound. 1 "

shedding, fertilizing! set8 this place, donated a very handsome pair A Card of Thank.. Rev F. J. Longdon, an elllrlent evangelist mf \ '
>8 and everything pertaining to the of hand-painted. j.irdiners and pedestals. uf DeLand, has just closed set UN
'""mess Is being discussed by all of our The donations were much appreciated by or sermons. With several additions to 1[ COFFEE )
'Krebsive growers, each being anxious all Interested in the church.Mr. I want to thank our numerous friends our little hand; of workers at this place
that have been so kind and attentive to esteemedby
'o'' learn something of his neighbor that Will Luce, son of our popular the many wants and comforts of my husband ttro. Longdon li I a worthy man 1 s
| ui enable him to Improve on what has postmistress, Mrs. Eliza J. Luce, who and myself during/ my three long all, and we hope he will come again &-.,,"'" ,
'fen done in the past. This spirit has left this place during the early spring months of serious Illness from whichI The people of Malabar] and Tlllman\ t... ate: .
come general, and it Is an Infallible and has since that ( I'L'UQ.)
for Nassau N. P., am now recovering."I are certainly very enthusiastic over j
'W that there is going to be a more time been employed on the work of the could not thank them If I tried the agitation of anew Union church and Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all pure coffeo,
11 ystematlo and Intelligent mode of conLDR Flagler hotel, lately writes some of hU I have to ; we believe all decided In favor of the freshly roasted, and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages. ""O
$ the business, which means more friends here, that he Is delighted with no power when speak; falls lot given by E. H. Arnold on Central Each package will mako4O cups. Tho pack.
there times
; better fruit per acre, and as a result, the climate and the beautiful Island, but For are language street, and think by winter we will havea ago Is sealed at tho Mills so that tho aroma Is never
And words all weak.
otter! prices. We note that In the last he Is still\ of the opinion that the south are too little church at Malabar Let weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable
+sue" of the ADVOCATE, under the head ern part of Florida is the place to grow This Is my prayer; 'God help them all the pretty good work go on. strength. It Is a luxury within tho reach of all.

1 Average price of-. Florida fruits dur- i ifrost (buying VA un. sw'-44itlj"tnilpineapples -__. u_. Beneath his smile divine'; Premium List In package. .
tK the ie And while I live I'll ne'er forget every .
yq Florida this ,
past season, l and most especially vicinity.All
) If want good results, you will Cut out your Llon'e Head and get
.ineapplel M having averaged *1.37 per There are no friends like mine. you
and Intelligent class of find an excellent advertising valuable premiums free.
rate: this well raised the ADVOCATE
Is certainly a mistake, as admit that cleanliness Assiit: HUGHE ue dora M fc.T. MOD OoffM In M. Ito..
medium.If c
Borough this section have ave/aged people are ready to Fla. J IHU'J. Ill and tddlelM (Oil ..
they Georgiana, Aug., 0 UM
and nothing Is J I Grocer .4.1.4u.u. .. .
"*'?' If not more, and we think $3.50 is next to godliness of, a place and its you are about to buy pineapple If your : .ubxllul.e II oS. HU tb r Uu out *ec ptor
uui be nearer than less. Tak- a better representative WOOJJiON 8PICH CO.. Tbfxlo. Oblu
right ads of those l
search of read the
our people, or Is more noticed by the travelIng -If you are in bargains, slip or suckers,
Individual criterion
II averave should be crop above as $2.50.a public than the appearance of a rail- read the ADVOCATE: column carefully. who bave them for sale on 8th page.


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SUCCESSFUL Almost all chokers are rang trig i Florida Central &: Peninsular Railroad
and smart rather than elaborate in char Florida East Coast Ry.

: who raises fruits, acter but the. entire style of a gown

depend on the finish at the neck.It .
berries may TwE TABLE NO. 21. IN KJ'FEC'l' JUNG 11.. 1m.
: or
vegetables, is probable that the out of these Time Table In Effect JaDe 11, 1899.

grain knows by experience chokers more difficult to achieve than sot r'H BOUND (Real Dowel NOBTH BOUND (Read Up).
that of the more elaborate. one, for evidently NO 082
the of having a they must be carefully shaped. 8'NoBII'' STATIONS. NoTl Datl1 a ti --
: Importance 11t&1I1'Da1l1 "'
DaI11 : :; :;
Some dressy costumes have simply a 1k. "Iii ""f1ij Ex ear gal g.mgb:;; ;;:;; 4aoI;; NORTIIERYFOINTS. MR i R:;';ee Ra !RAQ r-
.. Ti
ofPotash : p Lea"e. .......... .. acksonville..Arr ve bas T : r2
Uarge collar of stuff with bow
percentage turnover the a Ii slop: 10 BOa Arrt.e.....,........8t.AulfU.ttn..Lea.. e I'Op': 114IIa n A a O Q !
finishing it. A pretty choker that is In .. I a>i>IJO sc.. Lea".. ... .............8&. .................... ,.. 615p 1140& ODj -- 6 1451) L. Titonllle FEO Ar. 3 flOp _
is the double collar. The 857 o* .. .......... ......1JlUltinll's .......... ..... ..Lean 6P 1104& : py.a ...... 1120p L. St. Augustine Ar ....b 1)3tIa(
vogue again ;I 'ii'iPJT1'i.. Arrtye. .... ... .... .....PaJatka .. ...... ........1A ave 4 Ip 'T2 0 ...... 430p ...... 120& ..... 74apLv..Jack.onville..Ar ...... 9f1Oa ..... 1 910a I...
high choker is of the cloth, and one of 846P,11 OOs Rave. .. .. .. .... .. .. Palatka.... .... .. ........Arrtye 7'iiP""i"i' && :c ;- ...... l120p ...... 9ftOa ...... 8IIP Lv..Yulee..Ar: ....,....... 8 IRa ...... liMp 816& ...
.. .... : Ar..Fernandina..Lv ..,
silk turns over this, while a scarf of F Ti6p: .-...... Arriv, .. ...., ....... ){at ...............Leave ... ... '181110 Oi 1 .......... 850p .:.........1030&113/Ia/ ....... 1I0p 116111' Ar.EvereU .,...Ar ....... T31g ellOa ..t...... fllp: 73aa'taop. "
the same silk passes about the neck In. s.. ... ... Lean. ...... 'M,...... Mat80.................Arrive 861' ... ... 0 q ...... ...... ..?..113/1a/ ...... ...... Ar... rnnswick. ..L,. ..,.... 83111 ..... 1110)1 400p) "840a,........
side the collar and makes a bow in 41 N "" Tap; 11 >sh Lesv..N... Ja"t!: Pal.tka..Leaye : 99P8' / ; 0. ..\.. .... .t! ..., 118np Ar..8avannab. ?.... D4aa ....... 31r.'p ? ,1 ..
If the fer- front. A form of this choker ha _Pc, Y II T4tip 1l6llp: .............. .... .Ormond.................. 847p 113& 1-1 .... ...... 'b cop 1235p ..... 116111& Lv.. Savannab".Ar........... 5O9a 11411a 20op ..".."I"..".".
pretty Fairfax, C..Lv
on his fertilizers. Ir 1t. i 1611p t cap Of ............... ..Datons................. 886p. 101110 ..... ...,.. 933p 220p .... Il14a Ar." 8. bona 630& 12Ma. '
the Bilk turnover collar cut to flare ate IQIIp Ill1p Of ,.............. .PortOr&ngN.. ... 826p 1161a t'S. .. ......103 p 304p.... .. 2.21& .DenmarksC.. ...... 308& 310aI210a. '.'.'.''
itjlizer is too low in Potash the iu two under tld chin. = : 16. p ................NewSmyrna................ 805p a n. O olta ...... ..... ...... liMp ...... Olliia Of ujttl .. Of ...... .... i620. .."..". I'.......
away points 0w ,alp 222p ,., .............. OakHUL............... 222p e056aixry ..... ...... ...... 438p ...... 43/1a" Columbia. B. C. ...... 1247a ...... 1035& :
and The foregoing items of fashion, by a '"0 80ftp. .....,....,.....Titusville ................. l'!!'"! ...... ...... ...... .. ...... 8partanbnrgSC" .. .... 81Np! ) ...... ... ...." ,..'"
{harvest is sure to be small, Paris'' reproduced a 0. .. 8811f. ..............CUr Point............... 115P..C ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 4IIp Asheville. N. C. ...... 2 Mil ...... ...... '''' ...h
correspondent are IIC q ...... 811/1p .................Co<<'Oa... ............. Imp ..... SiiIII ...... ...... ...... 114/Ip ...... 91t fII.a"! 'Charlotte, N. C. ...... 1020p.. ..... 81aa .. ...1.......
of inferior quality. from the New York .Tribune, in which ..... 8tlll Of ...............;.ltockledge............... 10.p ..... tt .... .. ...... .. .,..IOI p .... .. Sall.burr.N.C. ....... .82.1p ...... fl4.\a.' ..,...
the cut of a brown glace with : a 55 .... 4121) Of ...............FAU GaUle................. 1283p: ...... 4 ...... ...... ......1I2'1p ...... 1210p "Greensboro N.O:: ....... 720p ..,.... 630& .: .::: ...
gown ,.. .. 42Jp .................Melboume................. 12Up: .... It .. .. ...... ......1236a ...... lOOp :: Danville,Va. ........ 807p .... .. 415at. .... .. ..
9I 'OortaoVs tell about the proper fertilizers flat trimming and lace applique also 00 ...... 46711 ..........:.......Roc.nland................. 1141a ..... p fA .. ... .. .. ,.. .. Bola ...... 8nIp .. RichmondVa. ..... 1200n ...... II mp .. ., ,... ..
torah Crops and we will gladly lend them I ,..III ...... 60lp ..................f\ebllHtlan................. 114.1& .. .. Poll .. .... ...... ...... 141a ...... 32lip LtnchbnrJ/. ...... allllp ..... ... ..
curs.: ____________ i II! .... 662v ................Nt. Lucie................ 101\\.')& ..... tIIrn ..... .. .... ...... 4/1Oa/ .... 112I1 Of ...... lap/ ) .....1223.: .. .... .."h'., ..
free to any farmer. .. 17 ...... II 15p .. ...............Fort Pierce................. 10 i. .....: ...... ....... 11111a ...... 905p Washington .". .. ... II 115& ...... 9Op: ..
A Nonrefllliable Dottle. ; .Otlp ......q..... .....Eden................... 4a... It .. .... ..... .... .. 9121& ...,. 112ap Baltimore ...... 9423 ..... 7kp) "" ..".'h
cflCRHAN KALI WORKS The Inventive mind has for year E4 0.e4"p '........... J.nll81l................ 1000aZva ... .. ...... .1.... 11 Ma .. .... 21i11a Philadelphia a :: ........ 1201\ .....: 622p :::.:, .........
NMMU St., New York. "' :aJ9 O/lllp/ .' ...................8tuart. .............. .... IlIIOa 208 ...... .... .. ...... 2OIp: ...... 623a New" York ........1211\a....... ... .....
'93 been hard at work trying to perfect a -: flatly 12tlp ................Hobe 8ound................. II Ilia Daily b ...... ...... .. .... llOOp .4. .. 3001' Of...,..Boston. ....." ...It. lOOp ....... 2p....? .: ::::
nonrefillable bottle by means of whichit o FaTu 11111p ................West Juplter............ ... 907sEx'.u Q
Is.24a 820/\ ...... ...... .... 7 451) Lr .Jacksonville Ar .. .... ... ...,,. i
.. /
TJ7ra 818p .......... .West Palm Beach............. 883& iTwp Bins
will be impossible! for imitations or U .. ........... ...... Boynton................. 80f1a 10 nip inI4 103111\ ...... ..... ..... 911II1) Ar.... Everett. ...J Lv....,. .,,... ...... 840a ji
adulterations of wine beer, patent 1 \ 8488 .... :........ .... Delray................. 767a 10tflp y 440p ...... ...,.. 1.. .... 1I0IIa .... Atlanta.... ".. ...... .... ...:.. l100p 630 510p,
.FIRST AUTUMN STYLES. ...... ...... ..... 92.1a ..Chattanoo a.. ...... ...... ......
402a 93p Of ..............Fort Lauderdale.........;..:. 107a 745p 720p .. 810p
.. medicines and tbe like to be sold in o Jta lOaJp ............. Lt>mon ('U7 ............... 624a liMp .... ...... ...... ..... 7301'1 ....Clnclnnat.H .. .. ..... ...... "''' :'::.:
,,! bay "Colors the Keynote- lUdlealClmuge bottles bearing a given brand. That 11411a IOBOr Arrive.. ..... .... ... ...Miami... ... ... ..... ... Of 811\a 6110 M =
In the Cut of Govrnn. these imitations and adulterations have BETWEEN NEW SMYUNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.. No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 11:3A: a. m.
trail leaves Jacksonville 9:20 ,
For New Orleans, a. m. with through sleeiwrariving ,
:the autumn color card shown by the been sold is the reason for the demand No. o I 8TATION8. No.2 No. New Orleans 7:40 a. m. (,..Iy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Or en,

IFrendh jnunufucturcrs prcweuiB; a perfect among manufacturers for a nonrefilla- pI11Us v.. ...... ... .........New Smyrna .......... ..................r imp 6I50p lfP leans 7:25p. m. .
ble bottle. I 1121a .. .,......................... Lake Belen ..;........... ....... ..Lv 12 lOp 440p SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
riot of colons the purple aud plow 4021,1189& ....., .. .................. .OrAnge City.. .............p..... ......... J200n 424p No..35 and 38 Fast Mali,Sleepers between New York and ;Jacksonville and the
a+bndcs predominating iu both the plaid Many attempts to supply this want 40/1p 1145aAr.... .... .. .. .. ..Oranre ('Ity JllDotlon.. '................ 1155s 411\2. Sleeper via Asheville. CIncinnati
.. have been made during the past five All trains between Now Smyrna and Orange City! .Junction Dally except Sunday NOR. 33 and :34 carry through/ sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection With
,' cloths and fancy wools. The firnt intttallment 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
in years. The latest is the invention of i JJKTWHKN IIIUVIIIK AND ANKuUI). No. 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta
of fall is and
goods already George Turrell of Paterson N. J., who No.lI STATIONS. No.13 Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.

<, lands of the French contnriurcs, some has constructed what he .calls a spool ''1;; ,Lv................... ..................TUu.vUI....................1................Ar l 2P office All,202 baggage. will Street be,checked as well as from at the Union Union Depot.depot Tickets ticket office.will still be sold at the city ticket
el whom are oven showing what they This in the neck of Tl8& .......;....................,..... ..Mime......... ..............................Lv 113P828a Megan
+ stopper. a Of ...................................t.. Osteen.. ........................... ......... 11 &7a L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P.A. F.C.WRIGHT Dis.Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay 81
4" ?Arm "autumn models. One never hat bottle and while it lets the contents 860.' Of ......, .................... .Enterprtl ............................. 11116ttIlIJOa A._0. ]\I DONELL, Gen. Pass Agent.
Of ....... ................... .fl5ltotprlseJunction............ ................... II
;much confidence in the modes displayed flow onto it effectually)] prevents the entrance 900. Ar... .!. .. ... .....v.. .. ... .. ....Banford.... .... .. ..... .. .............. ..... 11 00a
before the let of September They may of liquids. No. amount of pressure All tram between Tltnaville and Sanford Dally except Sunday. _
bo "autumn models" without being i from the outside will force liquids -

I k. : lantumn fashions, for there has been i Irough: the stopper. When this is attempted KEY W EST AND HAVANA. .
r I suction created at the base SouthernRailway.I'
f L' many: a carefully designed model conilomiied The steamers of the Florida East Ooa'ft StAamshl Com an are appointed to .an U tol1ow. __ _
drives the out
to wuntu its glory in the ateliet of the stopper liquid t".W.I"1J 'rom Miami 11:30: p. m. TuesdayS and rid"ys. Arrive Key
again. Should a more powerful pressurebe "C1t7 ut Key West 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and SiiturdliY Train 83 connects
of the drofifiinuker. It. is not easy t5 applied the result would be the Wat'i to anal I with steamer.
fL ,prophesy what the fashionable world breaking of the bottle. from Key W..t From Key W.st 8:30: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Anly.Ulmer. .- .
Miami with
:3Os.m.Thursdays Sunday, connecting train 78.
: : -will ,choose to wear a season ahead.
From Miami II a. m. Munday. and Thursdays, Arrive Key
} :"However, the opinions several lead Wiutlnir Natural G... 8t..mablp 11)11 WeNt 7 p. m. Mondaya and Thursdays. Leave Key West 9 p. m.

I' :ins dressmakers as to what. will be A late prominent citizen of our city ami"-IIM1'I..IM same da,.... Arrive Havana 8 a. m. Tnesdaya and Friday-II.
', -fashionable are of interest and possess a baa this to say of the prodigality exhibited From Havana' Ailing direct for Miami. 11 L m. Tuesdays Excellent Service Out of Florida.
anti Frid.yll. Arrive Miami II a. m. Wednesdays and Saturda.I,
,, certain amount of value. red Key W..t"
in Indianapolis in the use of natural cOIIIIP.Ctln with tr"ln 78-

First, the colors will be extremely gas: "At the hotel I am stopping Them Time Tables show the times at which trains ana boats may be expected to arrive aqd ,
..7 ;gay and will lean more toward purple at I desired to turn off the gas burningin depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the times NORTH EAST, WEST.
:nnd plum than to rod or blue. The pro- the stove in my sleeping room but. stated Consequences Is not guaranteed arising therefrom., nor does the Company hold itself responsible. for any delay or any .

(i dominance of these shades will lead to finding no means of doing, so I rang the For copy of local time card call at 220 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or addressJ. .
isiome rather novel combinations-pur- bell when colored servant responded .P. BSCKWITH Traffio Manager. J D. BAHNEB A. O. P. A.r .
Augustine. ,
pie and salmon pink, for instance.
: to whom I made known my wants. .
1P: There: will be little or no change in thecnt 'Why boss, said he. 'dat gas ain't VESTIBTJLED TRAINS.

of the skirt. In tho models ready to been turned off foe six: weeks bit ain't.'

HM eeon" now the skirts agree to a dot, 'Burned -all the time night and NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
-and the dressmakers u to have given day Sundays and fill ?' I asked.

i. /op the half hearted attempt to make 'Ya-ne! sab, said the darky."I via Through Jacksonville Veetlbnled Savannah Drawlng-Room and Columbia Sleeping without Care change.between Tampa and Nsw York

lrapery popular. This model skirt fits went to look at new house whicha r I

.Absolutely glovelike about the hips, and party desired, sell It was just completed 1 f "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
.' ln fact defines tho in'a manner
; : figure and unoccupied ; had a furnace
"' Pullman Drawing-Boom Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New York,
would have seemed
.that astonishing a and the gas was burning away in the via Savannah and Columbia.
;:rear ago. The volants en forme have furnace.

r about run their course. They may op- 'Do you let this burn this way Embracing Lynchburg. Charlottesvllle,

,. poor in the autumn, but the dre smak. right along?' I asked. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

a., era are not showing them and advise 'Oh yes; it don't cost any more'
ilat trimmings' that do not destroy the was the reply. Pullman Ctno1nnatl.Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga ui

ers ntour, of the figuro. The trimmed' "This prodigal waste will be repented

Alkfrt will not be so necosmiry as it haa when too late I fear" said our former ; f Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
touch during tho spring but trimmings Haute clry
citizen.: -Torre Express.Great
Cincinnati via Columbia the
qo and Asheville, Through
Little ElIlI'lne.
The smallest locomotive ever built :' ,

which actually runs by its own steam Dally Limited Train. For Cincinnati via Everett.

bafjjfoeen constructed by George W. Tit- n-

coTLb, station agent for the Boston and tip
; For detailed Information as to rates, schedules, sleeping oar reservations, eto., apply
Maine at the eastern division in Saco any agent of the SODTHIBN RAILWAY or its connections

Me. It is as perfect as any engine ever

turned out by locomotive works in
the country. An Ohio man lays claimto R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt., 318 West Bay Street JaokBonvllle, TU

the most ,diminutive engine ever J. M. GULP W, A/TUEK, 8. H. HABDWIOZ,

f fi built but.bo will have to take a back Traffic Washington Manager D. 0 Gen.Washington Pass. Agt., b. a Asst Qen. Pass Atlanta Ask.,0&

seat for Mr. Tit comb. Ilia machine is

CO inches long while the one built by __ _April 10, 1899.MALLORY.

the Saco railroad man is but 20 inches Tri-Wcckly Sailings -
in length. The tender has a water tank

i 1ii that holds about two quarts of water. I

The tool boxes are on the tank and everything YORK. STEAMSHIP LINE.
and NEW
is made exactly the same as BETWEEN JACKSONYILLE.

if the engine weighed many tons In- I
Florida New'York
stead of lees than 80 pounds. Mr Tit- ,
comb has been about a year in con- (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Philadelphia and Boston:

11A'.N Chicago From Brunswick (direct), to,New York.
the locomotlve.- -

structing Inter Ocean.pygmy The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe -' To make connections PASSENGER with steamers 8EKVICE.leave Jackofrilt !

Iii t on Thursdays at 8:20: a. m., via Fernandina and"Gov 6aeuld
w Counterfeit Nickel. i (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick:30p.m. Pin '
A loi{ of counterfeit nickels have route. Or via all rail leaving Jacksonville 4:30: p. m- ( I\
& I'.), via fcverett and Southern R'y. Arrive Brunswick
made their appearance at the United Clyde New England and Southern Lines. p. m. Passengers ou arrival go directly aboard steamer.
States subtreasury at the custom house.

From the number received it would indicate Direct Service Between PROPOSED SAILINGS

1 1l that these counterfeit pieces are Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., 3:00p.: m., Standard Time.) Lv. BrunewFrkiayJune30..COLORADO.

in general circulation in Baltimore city Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points. ........ ........... ... .. FrldayJ'1N'!
and are said by treasury experts to be Friday, July 7.. ,......... .......,-...r. RIO GRANDE.................? ..... ..Frida>. ? t
: bust executed imitation of the at Charleston S. C. both ) Friday 14.............. ..............COLORADO ........... ...... .,.. .. Friday II :
the gen- (Calling ways Friday, 21.... ... ..... ,........ ....,.RIO ORANUE... .....:.... .. .,...........Friday
uine which has ever made its appear-
The counterfeits bear different SEMI! -,VEEKLY SAILINGS : For general Information, steamers, trains rates, eto., apply to any railroad agent or to

ance. ; mold being 1884 and the oth Southbound....... .........i....%. ........................ ............from Lewis Wharf, Boston BASIL GILL, 8. A.;,220 W. Bay St.Jackso0TOl&H

k er dates 1898.one The 1884 specimen is particularly Northbound...... ..........,..... ...... .... .... .......... from- foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville .H.RAYMOND General Southern A-cent.: Brunswick Ga.

.GOWN or DROWN OLACK SILK. good; the only noticeable detect. C. H. MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, E. River, and 389: Broadway,N. Y.

will be fashionable. Embroideries and and that only discernible after close .

'novel J braidings will be much used,. and scrutiny I is tbe figure 1 in the date. In Clyde St. Johns River Line.BETWEEN .

perforated cloths In a new form appear' color it is a shade lighter than the original -
.among the Dew goods. of the same date. The nickel of JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

Perhaps a word should be said in re- 1898 also closely resembles the genuine.In Jacksonville, Palatka Sanford Enterprise! Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. HOMESEEKERS '
fraction ... ..
weight both nickels are a
M" "' "
icard to the deep collars that occur onthe STEAMER
summer gowns and promise to be lighter than a genuine coin: and to the '
the i touch they are somewhat oily.-Baltimore "D. BIimGlIISON,
u even more extensively worn during CAPT. W, A. 8HAW.

uantumn. The simplest form is the Sun. Leave Jacksonville BK 1'. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned tot''

.dauphin collar, which .is out to pass Th. t*.t of Libby trl.o.. Leave Sanford B*0 a. m., Mondays and Thuna; )'..
:jtbout the shoulders, the ends meeting "
"The doors of .Libby prison says copy of theFlorida

>em the bust and surrounding a heart the Chicago Times-Herald "have been Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
portion of the dress waist the
shaped ;
last time.A .
closed to the public for the
-cnda generally join under a bow or aAoiotfsxuty
under the collar to tieiin salute of 24 guns was fired front the 1vlt.WARBURTONT.P.A., I r.1\t.IRONMOS'GER.JR., Fla.Pass. Agt., East Coast Homeseete
pass old cannon in front of the building by 6 UowUnlt Green New York. 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonyilie, Fla
a'butterfly on the bust. members of the Eighth regiment, and C. P. LAI\aut,, AM*. }'Ia, Supt.. ,I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent.
.The change In bodices will consist Jacksonville< FU. | Foot Hogan 8&.Jacksonville, Fla.
of trim- tbe end of one of the most famous relics T1IEO. O. KUKll, T. 91., B Bowling Green New York.
xoorettn novel arrangements of the civil war was marked. The thousands '''aI. P 1>Y1>K A CO., General cents,
tunings, of new forms of collars and been drenNew.Yord 14 80. Delaware A..., Phnadelphia.JOEPRI1TX1C ,
of. relics which have on exhibition 5 Howling aDd j.
a'different shaped sleeve than We have lands for Fruit Growing,
probably in the building will be stored Growing, Trucking, Tobacco
in decided change in out. To judge
wreckers will
l>y these advanced models the blouse and begin within demolishing a few the prison. A huge : Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest In the United States.

'will remain, as it is now, the most pop exposition building larger than Madison -
Apply to
'nlar of shapes. Its new features seem
will be
Garden. New York t
ha elaborate form of a sailor collar
and an long wrinkled sleeves. There built by the Coliseum company on the OF ALL KINDS JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
It is *
site of the present building. prob-
.-are some basque effects worn, usually able that the work of wrecking the theADVOCATE
has curiou.J.WJe Executed at FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T,
with a belt and one gown a
building will be done so hastily that it .
UlM". waist that barely covers the waist can never again be rebuilt" PRINTING OFFICE. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL-


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HOTELS: -All-thc-ycar-rouiul. TITUS VILLK. r --. -0 _'_0 rilHK: OF-Cl I A HO 13.:

Any adult suffering; from A cold settledon

JN"DJ:. :RIVER: : :IOTEI.1 L the breast, bronchitis I throat or lung<
ATLANTA: GA. r w troubles of any nature, who will call at
TITUSVILLE, FM-J! $. ChllfTl'l"s drug store, Tllusvllle,
or.,I. 1'. ('uopet'sdngstore( Cocoa, Fla..
INDIAN RIVER, will bo presented with sample,, little of
Holland ATLANTA, OA, _.:.-::: =-- =::=== I nu ('llt'e'Ol'rmnn. Syrup, free of charco.

[he A FLORIDA. PERFECT ACOUSTICS Only one bottle given tiM ne person, and
2i 20 Auburn ,
: none tn children without order from

ji A Convention 11.1111It'1II Tow patent.
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. ; J. G. BAST, Proprietor Can Hear n Tin Drop. N" tbnmt or tuna remedy ever had
such a Mle, n* lloi.clniHerman' Syrup
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, An interesting test of the acoustic! in all paitnof the civilized: till. Twenty -
v Tho hotel fronts on the properties of Convention hall was made years ago million. of bottles wero
Rates, *1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone IG9.: wide aaeepofbav(7mllesInwidthJformed( on a recent afternoon. The janitor happened given away, and yangrnggists will tell

) by the I to be on tho singe, and Benjamin yon IlK 11111'1'1'1111'nll maivrlnuv Ii urrnll.v
1 la 'l Indian River, making It a Taylor the superintendent of the llin only throat and lung r-ninly
llcmlcrsonvillc] X.: C. j delightful summer re building was at thfi main exit 240 foci peiiciall.vendoii.fd by phjslrlan Ono
Constant cool 7ft rent bottle will cine or nrovi* its value 1
l l t 3 nei, Ti, Ar. sort. away. The janitor happened to drop alight
"' 7 breezes from the sea and Sold by dealer In civilized countries.
w1 wire nail the floor
Kt threepenny on
ILLCOTE ( ; bay. Flowing sulphur the Mr heard 1 it and
"ENDERSONVILLK, X. C. u ra" t- sa f springs. Special summer of stage Taylor One of (the 8|>Prtkrs of the N'.ii i tnnlIhniHoof
looked up. No one was near the only
rates. ici) iCKeiiHti\en I I (I'olk) l.rraino
other person in tbo hall at that limo|
First-class accommodation for a limited number of guests, In a country being the janitor. I'rculdont, another (Pulfax. ) Vice I'resl-

STsafcaTiitS11111" from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, "Did you drop a nail," asked Mr d.nt and than or them (Clay, 'hell' and

Address.It. Taylor. Dlaliir) were, nominated for i'realdont.

C. STOKES, "I did," replied the janitor. To keep) young-keep-----well, keep tho
llemlersonville, X. C. )
PLANT SYSTEM. "Drop it again said Mr. Taylor."I Norvi'Mcalm, the body teddy and well
want to hear It ngain." fed and with Dr. M. A. .Simmon Liver

JACKSONVILLE.: Tho nail was dropped again, and .M.didno M'gulaleMiuMomavh and !{< wcU. -
gain it was heard distinctly. This led .

If you are going anywhere, whether It bo to the to a perles of experiments that were interesting .
I Ill'm'mh.t ilif t the I INMANAnvncATK IItVItR
MERRITT'S as showing the perfect acoustics : iliim all kinds of Job printingat

North, South, East, West,' of the building and the ability of shun notice wad them an order
minding board to project sounds ind I* convlnrrd Unit H I IR the place to

otel' and Restaurant Northwest or Southwest. into the remote corners of the structure have! Job |iiliiilnv. done. .
A reporter was present during the ---"- -

Remember, that the PLANT SYSTEM Railways and Steamship Lines with tests, which were listened to from tho For Headache oiiused Most likely by a.Uoiduitd
MAIN STREET, Slo'uitch nccompunled: by
remote of the building. Complete
at Port Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery Tifton parts
gateways Tampa, ,
quiet could not bo gained in the building OonMltuUlon, UH, Dr. M. A. Simmon*
Placidc and various other points, with Its alf the year rpund DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Llvt-r Medicine I
)ld 1 Jacksonville Fla. account of the water dripping
on __ n' __ __ __
is the best route, and that Information can be obtained promptly by addressing from the laves and splashing'' on the

RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. or calling on sidewalk from the roof drain pipes. FREE

merlcan and European Plans. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger.Agent. Nails of variant sizes were dropped on
the from height of four or five
Florida Business Specially Desired. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, }'II\., stage a CONSULTATION
feet The noise made by their strikingthe

2.50 to .,t.00 t} American. Europcan'' { 'Japer; day2.0o B. W. Wren I>n88CnSr Traffic Manager, Savannah: Ca. boards seemed to bo magnified! "lib'our homo I I'l'al 11111' Wo are

per day J somewhat. A h>penny mill iiinde u ]lhJ!llclunli. and you get the benefitof
I -- distinct clutter threepenny null was No what
Barber In connection with the Hotel conducted D. W. our "xl't'I'I"II matter
firBt-class Shop by
A ,
Sick Headache, Wind on the Stomach UnacfalnjarY and Man Juan de Ulna quite 10011.'hl1 tho janitor stooped, your trouble In, how simple or howliopelpNM
biliousness, Nausea, are quickly curerby bis knees cracked, and the nolso was
after reaching
in despair do and
wo ran good
gave np you ,
a few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons apparent. Then'n silver dime wan
results as Gwoddaly-horror and SonnA- very If wo l'uu'L0 will honestly' trll
iliaferro.Travelers' Liver Medicine. woolawah. The American dropped and the noise of It was hoard you
wondy 50, TlioimniiU tired, sick
HotelNe5 tongue lIee-DlII to lend itself reluctantlyto very distinctly. Tho noise of n soft felt
Maas ement. A Clock That Auks to He Wound.A the words of alien languages, and bat striking the floor was louder than and liopolem people Inivo been entirely *
scientific exchange contains an account Then and pcrmnnriitly CUrl.tlly
other tests.
there is not ,mnch to indicate that the any of the some ODD

_, N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress J. G. RICE, Manager. of a recently patented Invention vast tide of immigration has in this re asked that a pin bu dropped. It was
which may prove to be something more !brought about material differ' thought impossible) that it could lit COMPOUND
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. than a toy since a clock which will remind spec beard. The janitor was seen to fumble

Its owner that it needs to be ence. with the lapel of his cant In H moment OXYGEN

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. wound up may some time save him ho raised his hand. The next moment
from missing a train, on the taking of The Alum linking Powders. the Hound of the pin striking the floor Why not take heart again und Invcstlgatu -
which important interests depend.It was distinctly heard. Some one suggest this gloat ptlnolplo. Wo have
P Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers] is fairly easy to remember to wind Names of some of the Principal IlrantU ed that the janitor j drop a hair, but bo thousand of tcHtlmonlal. Send for .

a clock or a watch which must be Sold In this Vicinity. said that he had none to spare. book on homo treatment, wonderful

JACKSONVILLE FLA. wound! every 24 hours, because the The recent discussion in tho papers of Every ono went to tho roof garden
to tho nick etc. free.
OTEL OXFORD St. James Hotel. mind falls readily into a diurnal habit. the effect upon the human system of food and the tests were repeated. The dlstRnce cures ,

Opposite To get the mind into n regular even made with alum baking powders and the from the stage was 200 feet, bnt

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and or eight day cycle of habit is not so emphatic opinions that have been 1mbUlbed the pin could be beard striking the stags DRS STARKEY & PALEN,
from noted scientists to tho effect
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant easy and not infrequently it happens with quite as much distinctness from
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- thAt the clock is forgotten on Saturday that such ,powders have caused render numerous unwholesome Inquiries the ground floor.-Kaunas: City Star. 11 IV! CJIrunl' Nt., I'hlla., Pa.ot .

sonville. night, or Monday morning or at what.
for the names of the various alum I?feb IXH i )
MRS.: M. O. FINLEY, Propr. ever hour and day family custom hasassigned powders. flea..,.. For Itoyalty.

to thewinding. Then the clock The'cheml.te of the North Carolina Emperor Francis Joseph's chef estimates -

stops, and everything in that house! I Agricultural Experiment Station, Profe. the cost of desserts for tho royal
PABLO BEACH "gangs aglee.] W. A. Withers and J. A. lllzzoll, have table] at ttO( .OOO a Yl'lIr. tho total table '7!rjfiuitiioillesYou

Perceiving this fact, a Pennsylvania recently collected and analyzed the baking expenditures being. $200,000 a year.'

Inventor has patented a very simple de. powders sold In North Carolina and The remnants of wines and articles. of
clock has onto from their report and from other reliable food sold to ]loading Vienna dealer -
Hotel Pablo PABLO-BY-TIfE-SEA, FLA. vice which, when a gone am
the list of bilking
certain l in its seven day career authority, following and tho proceeds go augment the saturioH -
n stage powders containing alum .sold In this learn all about Virginia Lands,
other of the kitchen personnel. which
releases an indicator, at
state Is given. Its resources product, mode of cultivation -
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- Limes concealed and this indicator falls are often doubled] in this way.
class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathln lied BO that it comes prominently into view linking Powder Containing Alum At the royal courts of Italy and Spain ptlcoN, eta, by rending tho
GOO LUCK . .CoulaIIiKAlul11.
rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21; also through an orifice. On it are the words. Houtliern"Mfg.' ,Co., Ulchmimil.SUCCKSS the expenses for desserts have been reduced Vlr"lulu Farmer. Bend lOct.

connecting\ rooms 10x14. Artesiin water throughout building.: None but the "Please Wind." . Contains Alum. to n minimum.The for !a l month nulmerlptlon to the

finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. This is a direct reminder which can MorehniiHa Mfg.Co.Savannah.RAILItoAD..Contains. queen of England controls tha.. Farmer Co., Kmpoila, Vu

SYDNEY HAIOIf, Proprietor, be overlooked. When the clockIs Alum. expenses of tho household herself aril .. ,
hardly 1\Iorrho"le1\lrg.,Co., Savannah. -- -------
Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona.. wound the indicator disappears un BOX BON . Contains Alum. allows very little margin for her kitchen
Choice .
til it is again wanted.The Grant C'liemloul Co., ('hICRI O. and cellar chefs. 1 r
-'-------.----- OLD DOMINION ,Contains Alum. At tho Russian court fabulous sums Wlnos Liquors
ST. AUGUSTINE. Old. Dominion Mfg.,Co., Richmond. dcllcocius. s'xcw
Peril ofV.r. spent for
In addition to these, It is learned" ] that and CIgars
When the bard tack came up that aft. what call Wines costing from f 100 to (100 and
selling they
Hotel. ernoon. I felt much sympathy for the their many grocers own private or special brands. cigars worth about the sntno find their Guaranteed Pure.

Algonquin hungry unfortunates in ithe trenches These arc put up for tho grocer, way every day to tho table] of the czar, Bold at reduced

.., and hated to condemn them to six hours and powders put upon the labels by whoso order is that a bottle of wine no price

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. more without food but I did not know manufacturers of alum powders in Now matter how costly and whether openedor t ImportedTokity

R Refitted newly furnished and under how to get food into them: Little :MeOinty Orleans, Richmond, Chicago, Clnclnnatll not, hull never bo put twice on the -* Wine,

DG new management., Centrally located the broncho buster volunteered and elsewhere. The manufacturers, It royal table. from Italy.
Is said find their efforts to market their
s t near all points of interest Large sample to make the attempt and I gave this aidud theambition 4n l'nilraant isperi.nee.
r ; t goods in greatly by
b of Overlooking He took a case John B. Togni
room for use traveling men. him permission. simply! "Con ,
V of the grocer to sell a powder The Philadelphia ltecordsaysl'
c? Plaza and Monuments.breakers A full of hard tuck in his arms and darted toward with his| own name'upon (Ihe label, especially ductor Penn Little of the Heading railway Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Day BU
view of the ocean and rolling the trenches.. The distance wan he make abnormal
an out few
; from the piazzas Maths, gns, electric but short sod though there was un out piolli tiiin| It. Many grocers, doubtless, weeks, who wo by being pulnfnlly thrown injured' from H thetop JACKSONVILLE:, FLOIUDA.

bells and a perfect sI stem of sewerage. burst df (fire he was actually missed.! do not know that the powder they are of a ago car; at Nicetown, la awaro now WhoU1fl and Itctull.....

Rate :2:00 tb*.$2:50 per day. Special rates by tho week. One bullet, however, passed throughthe / tun* pushing aie detrimental to health that great rivalry] exist among undertakers '" _A
Open all C. F. COX, Proprietor case of hard tuck just before be disappeared and would be actually contraband
year. and florist In this city. The day
and Most Com-
with it into the trench. A many sections If sold without disguise.It Tho Largest
1IIIIIIIet impossible to give the names following hit accident he received 2'JpropoHuU : Establlshmont South.
the ploto
Simnnfelt repeated
PLAZA; trooper named of all the alum baking powder In the from various undertaker who
HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. feat later, with a pail of coffee. him. the
1 market. They are constantly appearing wanted the job of burying CEO S HACKER & SON
Another trooper, George King, spenta In all sorts of disguise under all kind rates running from |S5 to, $a60. ,
It is centrally located, near leisure hour in the rear making soap and all kinds of pilcos,
This hotel is now open for ROOMS( ONLY. of cognomens, At "FlorUt from all over (the country
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. out of some rice and other stuff be even A* low a* live and ten cents a pound. sent their rate for ''gate ajar,' broken

Rooms, Wets to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. found in the Spanish bouse. He brought They can be avoided, however, by the I columns, pillows and vacant chairs.
V. D. SANCIIEZ, Manager. some! of it to General] Wood Jack housekeeper who will bear In mind that called in and Lit
One gardener person
and myself and nothing all baking powders old at twenty-live
Greenway him at (the door succeeded
- or ION pound are liable to contain tie
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PI A. Colonel] Theo alum, a* pure cream of tartar powder in getting CO per cent discount oil
SEABUEEZK, "The Rough Riders I by \
, cannot be produced at anything like this market price before he etude himself
1 dore Roosevelt, in Hcrlbner's.A : price. !known as the man supposed to b4

dead." KIMJ
Great Uxprrlenov."In
FLA. ---- -- -- .
The Colonnades SEABKEEZE,
May 1808:! ) ," says the Kansas 1> LlnlrClrrk.Fussy The Quantrrll Hoolf,

City Journal "Channcey D. Humphrey Man (hurrying Into newspaper It 1 I. generally believed In Missouri ...,.....r "-.. .

Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased'tills popular house, which will remain was graduated fronj the West Point office)-I've lost my spectacles) somewhere that a grout part of the booty takttu by

open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. Military academy. Four years before ha and want to advertise for them. Qnantrell and his famous raider from

Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. had been appointed from the Seventh ) bnt I cuu't see to write witbont them : Lawrence Kau., in September 1803: MANUFACTURERS OF ",
HERBERT: E. SMITH, Lessee. district! in Kansas at the instance of now lies buried in n great mound 150 rr
Congressman Jerry Simpson. lIe was you know feet high in Unto county Ma From Blinds '.
- Advertising! Cl-rk (likely to be business Doors, .
sent! at once to Cuba and participatedwith will write time to time aearchingpartiedbave dug
NE\V' HOUSE, his regiment, in the battles about' manager some great hole in tho mound in search of
ml for sir. Any marks on & Building Material J
Beach bat you Moulding
House NEW: FURNITURE. Santiago. Upon returning to the United them the plundered treasure, but none ban ..
States bin company-took part In the Gold rimmed, .rlcceededinfIndinganything. Another ::1'
the Leech lake !, .'u8HylRn-Yell. yes. Office A Wareroom King, oppositeCannon \
abort campaign against .party' of treasure seekers hUll now gone
Sea Food a and letters L. Q.
first-class. focus
Table lenses different
Sea Breeze avenue; one minute from Beach. Indians in Minnesota./ A few months time to the kpot to take np the search, iU! Street. ';,

specialty. Day, $L5O: ; Liberal weekly terms. AddressG. later be went with hi. regiment to Manila C. on inside Insert Clork It three Yes sir. Five member claiming to have found documentary Charleston S. C. '

W. SCHUYLER, and the telegrams of a few days, Advertising evidence which will assist ,

Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla.Tltusvllle ago reported him a* among the seriously dollar, pleae.Funny them.
Man Hera It i I..
wounded. Just think of ftl I In thru Sash Weights Cord and
=- I Advertising Clerk-Thank* It gives ,
different wars in as many different i Y. dollar.
Hoarding Houses. quarters of the globe inside of ont roe sir, great pleasure] very great pleasure ] Jr.r from the madding erowd'i IgnoU strife Hardware
--- to inform yon, sir that your spectacles The golfer now proooed to take his way,
FLA. year! _ ] are on top of your bead. And if you Mv a mind to MT jour life \
MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITUBVILLE, c..... :v...... Fny Man- IYlltlt.fll| 80 they are. lion from him when tw arm bltoMlf to pUy. Window and Fancy Glass .,' "!

In need of white or rye Bread, plea I ,' Of course many people in the United Wby,(lIdn't you nay .o before f, fall many a taffy! flying through their, / .
Hoard and room, $1.00 per day When Yachts boarding houses, States will use the correct foreign pell- Advertising Clerk-Hu inemi before Rae planed a calm spectator on the shelf, A SPECIALTY.I
<-akeset hotels the victim bump MnuMiU.
II made bapUa
and families supplied.
says a writer in Lippincctt't, bat It ly. Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. "
I cannot be expected with much confi For b. to dalllo".ttulDa pray -

BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA dence that their example: will be widely! andW..y. *'ltl Who lingers. where the golfer awing tileleek Drug, medicine, chemical,fine toilet Joap f'* t

or successfully followed. A teacher who M cured Mia'.l hook homo of without irlleuUn *. UoUM b.doJ
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day.) once patiently tried to get from hU advanced DPIU WOQ1.UV U likely 1+ awlpd Bpoa.tha obeell. fancy toilet articles la great variety. 4 ,
pnpilf tb! Spanish Hound of "I M. M tO. -Chicago N.".*. M, 1IU8TON, propr. '
Special month v.
rate by week or r. IJOUKNIG1IT, Proprietor. .! vlW M.rU JTjof et.R )

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I CATCHING A TARPON. Cuba,shipping which seriously points affected Congressman all Florida Summer Excursion Hates to nil Carroll fe Goldsmith

Sparkman made a protest, and at first it the Kesorts.' ,

Eau Gallie, Fla., seemed as If he was going to be ignored. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
r {)! he informed KiM14
July 20,1899. On Tuesday was however Summer excursion tickets are on sale ,

Editor Indian Klrfr Advocate : by the department that the rule badbeen from June lit, to September 30th., limIted Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited
modified, and that all cattle from } to return October 31st., 1890! via -
DEAn Sin:- all Florida points that passed the Inspection the Southern Railway, at very ]low rates, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i a I Having a little experience would be admitted into Cuba to resorts in Virginia, North and South
on Banana River, Friday last with a tarpon free of all duty, the same as from the Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
or silver fish, I herewith give you a other places designated In the first order Northwest. :E.: ZI. ::seAD: dj :aeO::

sketch' of it, thinking It may Interest affecting the shipments. This is all the "Summer: homes" folders, maps, "Landof
8EHJ W, JEROME.... some of the readers of the pink paper. showing Florida wants, and It Is good the sky" pamphlets and other Inter- Groceries, Grain Haft; Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fnu

On Friday, as I was returning with news to the large cattle shippers to esting literature sent free to any addressby And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
Bt.Rtn Representative PENNSYLVANIA : : the mall steamer, Silver King, from Nathan know that they are not discriminated. applying to R. W. Hunt, Florida 'Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: Gronurf
IRON WORKS:: i1.: for I became very tired of the wheel against In favor of any other section of I'assenger Agent, 212 West Bay St., Jacksonville the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron J.|I

the Sale of JLOIJK OAS; KNMXE3. and went astern, and sat down on acamp the country. Fla.ROBB1S. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, FlaLoBby *
Jl.xrlne and Stationary. chair at my tiller, and made myself
as comrortAble as possible, and began to IIREVARD COUNTY TREASURER'S -
Belling Agent$ COLMAN ACETYLENE think of my sailboat days when I sat at STATEMENT. -
T OAS MACHINES.: : .: Barest, Cheapest tho tiller sometimes- for twenty-four & GRAHAM
.and Lieut light: for private 1 \tilings IIOIIIB at a time, and other Florida experiences : August let, 1809. & :Motlow<

und slot CD. when, all at once, came aboarda
I cash:
Balance on hand July tut. 1899.$4,133: 62 1
,, For prices, catalogues and estimate, tarpon judge about five to weight feet long will, and If he I..I Amount received in July, 1899 ....... 100 06 ...Xicvw y i ors... (Successors to LOSIJIY, RENAKER & CO.)

address, am any ISO as 173; pounds. say Total .. ................ ... .... $4,92367
1JBNJ. W. JEROME, as weighed it came aboard or It knocked AnywaY'1 and Lens delivered warrant to County paid In Commission'July 1099 WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Wbls

Rocklcdgr, Fbi.e chlon from under the awning : ers and School Hoard... .............. 1,79016 COURTS.1 Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont -
it was a broom-ittraw; so my first thoughtwas -
tu jump on top and hold it down, Balance on hand August tilt, 1H9$3,133\ -BlABOVB A First-class Line ,of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables
The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'lon.Fumoul that I did the
and I will
jump on
say : BALANCE M HELD AS FOLLOWS! and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
tarpon, but I did not jump off; I did not Deposited In Indian River State'lIank., ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Family maD
order. MOTLOW
St. foul Keg and Dottlod Beor. orders.. Cash must accompany your Titusville,Fli,
have time to do so, for my new neighbor all per cashler'ecertttlcate 1 less check No.499not

Hold by Men*. ['() 1ey & Motlow, Titusvllle Fla.My helped me off his back quicker thanI iii In in.$3txi safe....... .................... : .4iCs .10Tota for Lands in Sward and Dade =
Mr. J. U.I Cralil Cocoa Fla. on; but with a slight bruise on my

By Mr.,W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce Fla. forehead against the cabin, I came up ......... ...,\ .................$3,133 61 Counties. INSURANCE Protect Your

and at him again, more fully determinedto D&LANCIII!: BELOKOINO TO EACH FUXD AS FOLLOWS FIRE
...JOSEPH ZAPF... hold him this time. I went at the property AgainstI ,
fish again, but only to find myself We have a large List --
County ne"enu8-0eneral Fund.1757 :OR I LIGHTNING end: C Y9Za NES.
Wholesale Beer and Liquors knocked up'agalnst the stanchion It had I' Road and Bridge; Fund .......... 43B/ 41
disabled on his arrival aboard the boat, .". Building Fund.......... .... ... a5: 81 of Lands owned by represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
West Street and had It not been for a small cotton Fine Feeding and; Prisoners Forfeiture Fund.Fund.:...r. 401 479 BO 23 Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Bay cord which held the stanchion swinging School Fund................... 1749 ourselves and clients. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. in the air, I am sure my clothing would Total......:........................... p3,13351 For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER,
have been to dry, for in Banana river, as Price for unimprovedlands Titusville, Fla.
the boat was going at the rate of nine or Joan HENRY,
Southern Home ten miles an hour against a heavy south County Treasurer. --
caster, and I can swim but little; but $3 to $100 .

when I righted up' again the engineer pC Reading notice ads. on this
'' page
u- Mocking Bird Food came to my assistance; but by that timeI are five cents per line per week. per acre.WE : MAKING PRESERVES
had decided the fish] was the best man,
r and I would not jump on him any more, # L
have few Residence, Orange
25cts lb.5..lbs. W. M. MOODY'S a
per as all who knows the Silver King knows
t has flush deck about ten and Properties In desirable -
she a astern, by Grove Pineapple a
for $1 l .00 and jellies and canning fruits is what every
fifteen feet with only a low bulworks, BARBER SHOP.
. locations. housewife is doing now that likes
makes it difficult to keep anything ? i, good
, Fresh Every Day.
1 going overboard; then I decided to m things for table in Winter. The fruit $es.

Manufactured by try and keep it on the deck or throw it TITUSVILLE ,k" : ; j' son is right with us now, and we are prepared
down In tho engine room, and me and Close to Indian River Hotel Titusville.A OFFICES { 1
R 4 and MIAMI. ,
l for it with
HENRY THOMAS ) : ; a superior of the
the engineered to work to get it in the share of solicited.
La Villa Pharmacy, engine room, but to no avail, for it your best fruit jars, jelly tumblers, preserving

Cor. Adams: and Madison Sts., knocked us both about over the boat as .r -y_ i kettles in copper, brass, agite or granite,,
though we were 'children. It smashed A Shave and I I = knives etc We have
R; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a stove pipe, a bucket of eggs, and East Coast Meat MarketG. ::.-:-- paring everythingthat
/ is needed in this line, at low prices.
.', smashed in an Inch plank on a goods Hair Cut.
box, knocking out a couple dozen of II

THE A. P. FRIES DRUG CO. his large silvery scales, some of which Have a great deal to do with the general] F. DUREN, Agent "''yamII'' 9 JAMES PRITGHARD & Si

were over three inches square. He got appearance of a gentleman. At I,
to the side of the boat and made a BprlngI CD + .00'R.OMT
i Wholesale and Retail I and over he went, leaving mo and the CARRUTHER'S Barber Shop, .-
? R;
engineer pretty badly bruised np. But I'nc: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

Y' I was proud of the scales he left me, as TITUSVILLE ...:.>...
DRUGS and MEDICINES that gives proof to my story. Some of None but experienced workmen are'em-
them I have kept and some I gave to ployed and perfect satisfaction guaran- =

{ Captain Nesbitt, owner and manager of teed. Give us a call. -- And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a
fir 120 East Bay Street, East Coast steamers Silver King and. J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. r ,

Spartan. nut really I feel bad till yet i I ; good share of the balance at or near
think that fish aboard of
to a came my _. I'n INeCa
F steamer and whipped me and my engineer Semi-Tropical Nurseries. b -CI'n the STOVE and'a
J. D. O'HERN, and then went back in the river; OOf ,
F: but it seems like the fish have a hanker- p

: Manager. ing after me of late, as it has been but a ORLANDO, FLA. Titusville Florida. GASOLINE or OIL STOVE will' make the cook room comfortable.We .

r few days ago a pompano jumped into SPECIALTIES :-

i' Please mention the ADVOCATE when the steamer Spartan and cracked a sash Brown's Early-the earliest and best S sell PATENT SCREEN CLOTH at Jacksonville prices.
for me; but I had the good! fortune to
Early Orange.
'writing advertisers.p ::t. .J.\:, ft -- -
V1.. get it, as it was nearer my equal; but Aurantium Pomelo, the best GRAPEFRUIT ;r.'r: 1 NEAR (X TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
rather the worst of it.all after the taroon I ., '
and ORANGE :
11 was overboard. The engineer; said"to, TREES I to'! 1 Artesian WellCONTRACTORS m FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
,; For Sale mo, "why didn't you knock the fish I IE >4
Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also I
the head with that tiller? and I remarked -
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acrE I that I forgot the boat had a tiller. Grafted Roses and Scupernong Grape, ; ,i lI I= ,
When in
lots choice and It was an iron bar, about twenty t I' JACKSONVILLE
vegetable lands vines.
; orange i i pounds in weight, and could have boon r'.fJ' I I \) THE CLYDE
'Cheap for cash, or will make liberal James Mott, / Eao Gallic Hi. Visit -
Address used in a second. Then I asked him I > ,
why did he not get the axe and chop it Box 170. Orlando, Fla.
In the head and the "Oh jly28oct28. The finest SALOON in the South.
answer was,
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. / ,
,, I forgot." Well, I will\ not use anymore

rr.;;, f/ of your valuable space.I ? Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto PIANOS Grade The best liquors that can ty
"Sain Perkins is Dyeing" am yours, the name-and-date slip pasted upon .. II:, High money
your paper or wrapper. If you are in

Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed Com. :Silver King. arrears, please remit., PIANOS... 1 Only Selected. of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
and repaired Dyeing in all its branches.

'Old clothing made to look equal to now ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, ... PIANOS i No agents to add Merchants' Lunch'from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15C., with bottle of Export Beer.

AU orders by mall or express promptly is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices SUN LIGHT GAS LAMP .. : ; expense.
attended to. Prices low. Work good. and particulars on application to
Satisfaction guaranteed. Tnoa; C. WATTS & Co., cE+ Benefit Given to Customers.

I SAM PKUIUNS, Cleaner and Dyer, Jacksonville, Fla. Aa p .lSZ
Write for full particulars. '
Titusville, Fla. r III I6j GAY BROTHERS
10 in Suuford Fla. M t'J; !
: years op.; =, ... '" DAVENPORT KERRISON,
-:-:::' "' .a.. C'I Wtc Director of Conservatory of Music,

Richard Dale, head gardener of Mr. --- .d om A AwQI .eEt .. 310 Main St., Palatka Florida. GROCER
Flagler's large hotels in St. Augustine itPAT'
,.1','' w a JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ..
passed peacefully at his home in ,
.1 away MAY to. ieaa. m ,",0co
'I that city early Monday morning, sur- ,JodiJ
We make
'" a a Special of our
;,: rounded by his devoted wife and children .-._ 0,d"'t-Q
! ,
Q I """* As an advertising medium, .no
the St. Augustine correspondent O .< .0
says aa
of the Times-Union and Citizen. Mr. t.5O paper on the East Coast can beat the Mail Order
.ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Department.
Dale had been In poor health for a num- = o
ber of years, but had .managed to get b.. ..s c and be. convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
about until the latter of last week 0'r' -
part boiland a E Knowing how difficult it is in some localities to get GOOD GROCER
when he was obliged to take to his o
CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
until death oaf
gradually grew worse promptly and carefully and we know the and will be satisfactory
; quality prices
came to his relief He has suffered AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and
much with heart trouble and also lung Achievements of Admiral Dewey the world'sgreatest We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida. and haw
+ 4 8Q naval hero. By Murat !mislead the many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
affection, and despite the best medical ., :.t ... life-long friend and admirer of the nation's idol.
-/1 : advice and careful nursing, succumbedto en I E od.?! Highest and belt book;; over 600 Illastratlone. $3T SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
the complication. Inches j nearly 100 page halftone

Mr. Dale was au Englishman by birth, 115 Dearborn street Si. Only.|Outfit.110. Enormous free. Chance demand.of a lifetime.Big commissions. Write 1

but came to St. Augustine eleven years Chicago, III. -< (uleJl:. The Dominion Company; 3rd Floor, '
:For,'Sale* ago, while the large hotels were in O la a Caitou Dldg, Chicago. E. A.. WADDELL,
course of construction. He was placedin

charge of the gardening department, ,
c Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties not only of the hotel, but all of Mr. ESTABLISHED Miami City and Dade County -

July deliver}. Enquire oft Flagler property as well. Through his 1875.
t.i JAMES ANDUKWB, Eden, Fla. vast experience and careful attention, Real
iv: the gardens have been kept In the excellent Wr..A.. :SO-creS &:, CO. 'Estate Bureau
and artistic condition, and admired
Pineapple Suckers, by people from all over the coun-
try and abroad. Mr. Dale was knowu to GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS A Select List of BAY BISCAYKE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Yegetabll
r "Red Spanish for sale. everyone and was universally popular. ,
22-23 I'. O. Box 0,' Rio, Fla. He was a member of the Vestry of Trinity '6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Grove lands 01 .
,,' Church, a member of the Masonic '
,' Lodge and also a member of the St. We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay West Coast._____-

For Sale, Augustine Humane Society, as well as. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark For Correspondence, enclose- stamps. Agent for
,' other local organizations. at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co
4t'' r He leaves a widow and five children, Star Brand Fertillaen-Guaranteed Analysts. ,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser.Pure Ground CO. AIRMOTER WIND MtLgo' I"-
i" Florida pineapple plants; all kinds. two of whom are attending college in Bone. Nitrate Soda Mortals of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kainlt etc. These fertilizers have no Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill
.,., extra early Cowpeas, ripen seed in 00days. the north. The bereaved widow and superior in the market and a trial will convince Send for Catalogue free. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.

:' Fla. velvet beans, old crop and children are receiving the heartfelt condolences --
5 t,. 'Will handle new. Velvet bean and cow. of the entire community The

,..:. 'Pea thresher and cleaner,2-men machine, funeral took place yesterday (Thursday). =tJC o.
!best on market, capacity 3 to S bushels The Southern Hide & Skin Co WATCHES CLOCKS

Washington, D. C. J

In last week's ADVOCATE: we published PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR f r e e v e Jewelry Diamonds,
;" Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck a report from Washington that cattle ,

would only be allowed to be shipped 'Furs Wool Beeswax Tallow etc The and Preset
ers for Sale. from New Orleans, Savannah, Mobile or Hides Deertongue, rlOr S Sonienlrs, Wedding Rings r

Galveston to Cuba.. Referring to the

Abbakas, Egyptian Golden Queen above matter which is of some importance Largest Buyers of Alligator Skins in the South. FINE and JEWELRY REP
;' Porto Smooth Cayenne and Retl to Florida; the Tampa correspond WATCP 1
{ pply toMADDOCK ent of the Times Union and Citizen says &LV
&; MATT AHS, that tome weeks ago the War Depart Office and Warehouses on Plant System, East Coast and J., T. & K. W. Tracks A SPECIALTY
"Palm Beach finery," ment, under former secretary, made a Spectacle and Eyeglasea. Charge paid onejway, R. J. RILE'
West Palm Beach, Fla. ruling about the shipment of cattle to JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,
225 W. Bay St.., jACKSOXViiU


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