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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 11, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00032
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES IX STOCK : Rambler, ROXPHALT ROOFIN'O Something -Miss Jarklo Rice left here last Satrday I YOUR FUTURE FOUETOLD BY AStrology AMONG THE HOTELS.
Victor, Crescent Cleveland, Barnes Guaranteed for Jacksonville on A visit to her
new. for six years Write Send age, sex, ditto of birth,
nd Topic of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff Tribune. Write for for particulars toTrios. mother. with one dollar, to Prof. Janus box -

prices and catalo ucs. C. WATTS Co., TltunTllle Board of Trade had Its 2tl, Jacksonville\ Fla.. :21-33: ViiKitK to atop. Soo Hat of hotels on
F. W. DEER, Jacksonville, Fla. usual monthly meeting ou Wednesdayvenlng. our 7th pages
ADVOCATE '
THE St. Augustine.
$1.50 annum in advance. Second-band Yost typewriter, $2:>.00. BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD. Gon'l. Supt. C. B. Knott has gone to
per &0 -Mr. Oeo. Jf. Robbins paid a visit to -The usual weekly dance took place Vow York.
$1.00. six months Fort Pierce the first of the week. -
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Drink filtered In the Opera house on Wednesday night: Tho usual monthly meeting of the All those winter guests at Hold Or

healthy. See pure those fine filters water for and sale keep -Mr. T. Groijan Ronald, of Lotus, theattendance, being fairly good. Rreviird School Board was held" this mom), who made such a pet of that fine

Reading notice ads. are ten centsr Claude Walton, agent, Titusville.Mr. by arrived In town yesterday. -Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of St. August week, when tho following members' "'(11'0pn'"elll oM mastiff dog, Nellie, Belonging to
: -Rev. W. \". Chaudoln has returned hoe, who has been ou an extended trip : J. M. Dlxon, Tltnavllle; R. N. General S. J. Anderson, will regret to
line on this page. R. R. Ricou, of Jensen, was a from his visit to Orlando. orth and west, returned homo on Wfdosday. Andrews, GIlCIRj; anal S. to'. fllbba, Mel learn that ho la dead ; and, Ormoiul and
-Do yon filter your drinking water ? passenger Wednesday's northbound bOll1'nellh; County :Supt.: John H. its tourists will know I poor Nellie no
train, en route to Jacksonville. -Mr. W. H. McFarland has boon In Sama In attendance. more Mt -Mr. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa was in I I Jacksonville several days this week. -Ml s Dora Breese, of Rockledge, Among other bimlnosa tr'\Dllao'ell, bills next IIl.all'II, miss. a very faithful and
wn a short while on Wednesday.Mr. -Editor J. A. Crosby,of the San Mateo wa among Saturday' northbound passengers were paid teachers to the amount of welcome visitor,
Item, was a passenger on Wednesday's -Miss Llllie Sanders, of Cocoa, has en route from Rockledgo toJohnstown ,
R. F. Hymon. a popular com- southbound train, on his way to Boca been In town this week, visiting! Miss Pa. $130, and to others fUKI.) making a Manager Orange lIt>wl'II, a former proprietor
ircial traveler, was In town the first ofe la tone. Sallie Hall. total of *2:10.1Tho : .\. of the Holly Inn, Hnytonlhas
week. -Capt. and Mrs. Mclntlre of Eau amount received l by the Treasurer been entertaining Internal Revenue Col.
-Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pyles, of this Call or write to Claude Walton, TI- lalllo, were on Saturday' was f2U);).&U), and amount !paid, $27010.:
passengers ootorThoH. A. Lake of Hartford
-Mr. J. R. Walker, one of our popular place, are the happy possessors of a fine usville, about Rntl. erm water filters. northbound train, saying they were. off Cash balance In treasury $17.40. anti all hla deputies,In Conn'l
srchants, paid a visit to Fort Pierce on ten pound which arrived Thurs- When writing for Information The and teachers ,
boy, on please to Daytona for a while. following supervisors Rhoda Island all well ala largo numberof
onday. day last. Inclose st.mp.Miss were appointed:
-Mr. and ladles, at tho lUmmonannott Hotel,
Mrs. if of MIami -
-Orlando Quarterman jr., of Chester -Mr. W. H. G. Scott, of Eau Gallie, Aline Brady, o( this place, who were !passengers on T.'Budgal Tuesdays' northbound 81'I'I\"OIU': : Madison Conn. The party highly complimented -
II. Larson White Max Brannon
oals, was in town a day or so this in hall been several weeks the City; liowca his cula
spent a day or so town this week. Mr. spending at train, en route to Urbana, 0., and Hunter Manager on
Scott (is now traveling for a wholesale larvls House, Cocoa, as tho guest of Mr. NflW York, to spend a month or two. me. etc. '
eek.We TKACiiicim:
house in Jacksonville.Miss and Mrs. A. D. returned home
to note that Sheriffown Penney,
are pleased -Now grapes are ripening and plentiful Mr. O. Walter Chain bom, !)principal Mr. John S. llowen, formerly of Hotel
on Tuesday much pleased with her vlsiU
is getting along as nicely as can Kate Singleton, returned to In the market, we will, next week rituavllla school Miss Fannie Carter, lacldo, Juckitonvllle, anti Hotel Miami,
expected.Mr. the home of her sister, Mrs. C. C. Cur- -Mr. Paul C. Warrock, a woil-known 'give our renders one of the best amtmost aMlMtant. MU Ida R. Bates will not ro- Miami, who lies been managing tho At.

S. O. Boon, the F. E. C. Ry. tigs, Tuesday, after spending a few days guava jelly manufacturer, of Jacksonville simple receipts to make grape turn the coming aoaaon, much to the ro- antlo Bench Hotel, Sullwan Island, S. C.,
.'8 bridge builder, has been in town a with her mother at LaGrange.Note has been down In Dade county, wine that is known. {;ret of tho Board, who will appoint' this Hummer, writes tho ADVOCATE a*
this week. hunting up guavas. This firm may put 'I someone In her place aa loon aa they can follows: "My season hero la ended, ao
y or so change: of ad. of II. R. Thomas, up a jelly factory at Miami or Cocoanut Mr. Emile Anthony, of West Palm !tot a suitable kindergarten' teacher" >leaae forward! the ADVOCATE to meat
-We acknowledge receipt of somery chemist and druggist, Jacksonville leach, who successfully underwent an Savannah tho
Grove. Mr. K.: R. Dlckernon, Fort 1'lerco. Ga., where I will be for
fine honey from the apiary of Mr. our 8th page. Have you tried his mockIng optical operation, performed by Dr. C.II Mrs Leonora Me London, Malabar. next few wonkn. 1 do not wlah to miss
Flood the east side of Indian bird food ? -Rev. John A. Hughes$ pastor of the Peete, the celebrated ear throat
D. on eye, Miss I.. Sharpe City Point. n copy of your pink paper, which I always -
ver. -Civil Engineer E. Ben. Carter, of St. Presbyterian church, Titusville, has been and nose specialist, of Macon, Ga., re- Annie Bellows, Ilttrdoovlllo. enjoy reading."
In Starke this week for the of
purpose turned home yesterday. "
-Mr. W. Mumby, of Jacksonville Augustine, stopped over here from Monday having his furniture shipped ere he Annlo Bullock, Rockledge. Work upon tho now addition to Hot
10 has been spending some time withs until Tuesday, en route to Key leaves for Connecticut to herel la wife -Mr.,Geo. E. Male, of Jensen, who Mary A. Burtus, Mima. rmond, Ormond, has been rn.pltllYIHlllh-
grandfather, Capt. Joe Smith, reined West- to attend to business for the F. E. and family to Titusville.Mrs. has beep visiting: relatives In England ""' Fanny! Penny, Oslo. otl forward. An ADVOCATE reporter

home on Tuesday.Miss C. Ry. Co. for several months past, Will passenger$ Greta CnsHkty, hat nyan. paltl tho hotel a vUit thla week, and
W. Scobie of this Curtiss, mother of our popular on yesterday's southbound tiuln. lie Lucy IliiiUon, WabiiHHO. found the new addition was built I\ntlln-
-Mr.
Bessie Hall, of this place, re- George place, townsman, Mr. C. C. Curtis left here Lula Bell, Koama.
says he,will make another UlptoKng- closed
left for Jacksonville large number of palmetto tree
rned home yesterday, after spendingweek on Tuesday morning for Ashevllle N. C. spenda Sue Melbourne.
Tuesday to Hopkins
land In about nix weeks' time. ,
business connected with the planted out ou tho lawn, and the phunb-
Indianola the on
at visiting "
or so month or two. Quite number ofMoiidians Fanny Gray, Fort Drum.
isles Alice and Beatrice Sanders. Florida Fish Co. He returned on Wed- have gone: to the mountains -Mr. Jno.R. Walker, of this place, will Eliza nRrd well, Sebastian. ers and electricians wero on hand ready

-Little Richard Robbins of Mr.d nesday.Rev.. his summer, and there aro many more move part ot his stock, consisting of B. F. Hardesty, Oraugedalo. to commence work. In connection with
son this popular hotel-so ably managed by
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of this place, J.A. Hughes, pastor of the Pre to follow during this and,noxt month.Mr. dry goods, millinery and clothing, Into C. lt-SannaArtcaiii! ; Meaara. Anderson Price-there will hoover
the store of
Mr. E. B. Mis.
Wager. "
suffering with a bone felon on his leg yterian church, this city, delivered avery A. L. Hunt who has taken the Walker will have charge of this store 11 Ida M. Dodaon, Goorglana. 4,000 elcctilo' lights. the coming win-

e hope he will sooq be all right again. interesting lecture last on the subject of'Ingersollism" position formerly beid by Civil EngineerOrd Mr. Walker expect to put In slock Jessie Martha Newlan W Potts, Hunters.Jensen ter. The many guests who periodically

Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews and Sunday evening with the F. E. C. Ry., has been in of furniture also vlalt the Ormond, will hardly know It
illustrated the follies and Inconsis- '
le town part of this week, on business'con- noxt season Mr II. M. Flagler tho
by, of Tibballs, who have been enjoy- tences in the life, and lectures on religIous nf'cted 1 with the office of Roadmastor E. -1\lr..IL Tuttle, of Miami who has' C......! lijr Lightning- owner, came down from New York.WetlntAtlIlY ,
; a visit with Mrs. Andrews' parents subjects of the late Robert G. In- been relatives and friends In
visiting and much at
home Carter. Mr. Ord, who has a pine- Wall pleased
Ormond returned Sunday
on gersoll. apple p antation at Hollandale, now has Cleyeland, 0., since the Oth of June, ; During the heavy thunderstorm on the quick work dune under tho aupervlaon

enlng. -The new steel hull to P. Lorillard's a position on a new railway In Canada. passed through bore yesterday, en Tuesday afternoon, a live cabbago pair of Contractor J. A. McGuiro.. Big
-Messrs. John II. Sams of Courtenay; houseboat Caiman, which has been un route home. Mr. Tuttlo Is looking remarkably motto at Sand Point, just north of Tltusvlllo. sums of money have boon disbursed In
N. Andrews, of Cocoa; and S. F. der construction for the past three Messrs. A. B. Small of Jasper; J. well In health, and said he wall struck by lightning: IIOU lOll It rmond through the above work., Last
bbs, of Melbourne, were attending the months or more by the Merrill-Stevens t. Caldwell, of Lake City; and Alex. : had A'lllnetl20lbs. while in Ohio. Mrs on I roo Tho ll.untm: leaped\ ton foot In week alone over $0,1)00) were paid out.

Acting of Brevard. County School Board Engineering Co., Is now about completed of McKenzie Blackstone, of Geneva arrived In three town followers Wednesday Tuttle still remains In Cleveland the air, but were extinguished by the

is week. and the boat will be launched In a for the of before -"Mr. Chas. N. Welshans, tho build- rain Immediately following. I
arguing a case -
-Circuit Judge M. S. Jones spent a few days, when it will be returned to the Judge purpose M. S. Jones. They are surprised ers' supply merchant, of Jacksonville, la A COMPLIMENT FOR HOTEL

uple of days or so on his place, Klonke Indian River, where it will be used for at the scarcity mosquitoes still keeping to the front. Last week Heath of John Tlllmmi. PLACIDE.

west of St. Lucie, the first of the pleasure purposes the coming wintei. Titusville during: this time of year. Mr. he sold to Contractor J. A. McGuire -
eke He reports his orange trees as :Sunday: Call. Caldwell, who gave our office a. pleasantcall quite[ a large parcel of eel grass, for tho
On last Mr. John Tlllmaii MICHIGAN AVE. Aug. 7 HiUH
king excellent, and putting on a large -Capt. II. Fischer, who has been 111 is editor and proprietor of the Lako purpose of putting: between walls and Sunday ,
known residents Indian !liver
owth. at the home of his father, at Titusville, City Index. loors, to deaden the sound. It Is said by many on Me.*r.. !Walton Hrutherf, TIE / nllf,
died hU homo In juUniun Ga. on '
at ,
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to be a fine thing for this and ,
purpose,
his
-Your attention is directed to the ad. for several months past, returned to -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, who left here, was shipped to Miami.' Sunday morning last, at 10 o'clock. Tho Gentlemen-Having just. arrived home
the Nio Arend saloon on 7th page. duties as master of the steamer St. Lucie last week, with the Intention of going to locoanod was tho owner of tho famous I thought I would write you a few linen
bis Is one of the most popular saloonsd last Monday, relieving Capt. C. L. Park, New No'rk via the Clyde Line, found the -Mr. E. 0. Morgan, one of Florida's Turkey' Creek orange on Indian to thank you for your kindness In 10-
lunch counters in Jacksonville. Dot who goes to Port Tampa to take com- steamer's berths were all taken. In con- cattle kings, about whom you may rend liver. Judge D, I. Jaulden, of this commending u* to Morrltl'a I'lacldo hotel -

> forget the address: .130 West Bay mand of the steamer Caloosa, running sequence of this be went by rail, accom- on our Pth page, was In town a short place, who la a lirothor-ln-law, left for Jacknonvllle, }fh,. I do not know of
Between tho Port and St. Petersburg. panying Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Miami,'as while yesterday. In conversation withan jultman, Sunday afternoon, to attend to any hotel that has planned ua better.
ieet.Mrs. Capt. Fischer still shows the effect of far as Atlanta. From there he went to ADVOCATE reporter, Mr. Morgan the funeral obnoijulcs of deceased Living Inland and ou a fresh water lake
C. B. Williard and daughter, his sickness, but his many friends are Asheville and Waynesvllle, N. C., wherehe said ho was going south on the after MM-MB MHMMMMHMMH as i wo do, we wero astonished at the salt
yrtlo, of Braidentown, visited with the glad to see him back, and wish him a noon's train to view his \ food that served .
was joined by Mr. E. L. Brady for a. orange grove Ocean was "" Why we
mily of Mr. W. H. Hall Saturday and health.-Fort |> H1 tVltlo Train.A .
return to Myers his
complete few days. Mr Brown expects to remain lie was accompanied by daughter. could not have boon served bettor In
mday. They have been spending some Press. north about two months, which Mr. Morgan expects to ship some cattle special cattle train of 7 cars arrived New York or Boaton. Now I must tell

no in Cocoa, and were on their way -Attorney P. A. Vans-Agnew! :, of Klss-! time will be spent principally In New over the F. E. C. Ry., to Miami, for 1 i m

mo. immee, was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE York, Boston Saybrook:: and New Hart- Cuba! If he can get reasonable ratea.Moore's ;o'clork: I from; Oateon: with a load i of :'KM) shell crabs, broiled lobster, cod cutlet,

-Attorney A. J. Lewis, after paying a office on Friday. lIe came here ford, Conn. While away, he will attendto Irrttle toad of cattle, recently sold by Mr. K. I stowed and filed eels, broiled pompano,
bit to the Ilaulover and Clifton, to have in connection with a law case he was ; another useful patent, particulars Ii I Kauloraan, of Fort 1'lerco, to tenorMarini clam chowder and shrimp aalad.
ook at some land owned by one of his anxious to discuss with Circuit Judge which the ADVOCATE will publish later. a wellknownJuban cattle breed Only fancy all Hume good things in a
ents returned here andt had south POINT CABWELL, N. C, Aug. 8, tHOU. Jacksonville throo-dollar-a-day house!
on Saturday, Jones; but as the Judge gone Monsieur P. Jumeau analytical 10lle agent Senor Alberto Adun,
for home the 'following day. lie : to spend a day or so on his orange grove, chemist, of the Ocala phosphate, mines Editor Julian{ Itlvfr Advocate ; wall on board. :They wore on their way Our wholo party agreed that Jt was the

ported a very pleasant time spent' with Mr. Vans-Agnew caught him at St. Lu- has located his family on the ocean frontat Dear Sir:-I am Instructed to write to Miami, from which place they wero bolt house we had struck while south
lends at Clifton. cie. By-the-way, Mr. Vans-Agnew said Seabreeze. We (had the pleasure of you and staff to bo with us at tho grand shipped by steamer to Havana. It la for the money, although we have been

-Mrs. E. Allen, one of Palm Beach'sominent he would like to get up cricket match meeting Madam Jumeau and her pretty celebration: to be held at the Moore's probable that another shipment of 300 coming Pleaao south forward for last many Issue years.of Inter
the coming winter with a Bahamas team. Creek Battle Ground, on August 17th, will be mode on Sunday or Monday next. your
residents who has been on a little family at the opening ball of the
which ha* failed to
friends of this ? eating pink paper,
What think our Nassau 1899! Trusting nothing will prevent
n weeks' trip to St. Paul, Chicago, Colonnades Hotel, and she told us she arrive. The General ha gone to New
-w York and other places, was a pass-! -Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, of wan delighted with Seabreeze. Monsieurand I am very truly, Marrow, ':."."* From I>c.lli. York for a couple of months lie has
ger on Friday's southbound train, en this place, expect to leave here on the Madam Jumeau are natives of Paris, it. P. PADDISOIT, Homethlng.to do with the Dewey rocep
ute home. Mrs. Allen said she had 17th of this month for their old home- France, and seem very pleased at the Sec'y M. C. M. AII'n.IUed Mr.T. J. Johnson, llvlngatLa Grange, tlon committee.

l turn home.Madame. not visited in many years. They will also next season to view the coming expos ThU Morntpg- During the heavy thunder storm, the I[ shall expect you to atop with me. Theatahstring
visit friends In other parts of Con- tion. They afro extend a cordial Invitation lightning atruck his bouae, knocking out hang outside and will
you
Dietz who residence Is just necticut and New Jersey During tho to the ADVOCATE editorial staff to Master Sidney William, the son of the entire end, and otherwise demolishing made welcome.

'rth l, desires of Hotel to receive Colonnades into, City her home Beauti-a absence of )Ir. Wetmore, Mr. A. Hadley pay them a visit during the exposition.At o'clock Mra. Williams this morning., of this city The, died cause! at of five his It. Mr. Johnson was reading a newa- .I be With kind doubly regards to you both, I remain -
and the of set
business. current electricity
in of the ice paper[ I
will be charge
pupils to learn French, German, or will probably a picnic given by the Grand Ar death was the result of au Injury to his the on fire, burning$ and otherwise Yours truly,
and Mrs. Wetmore paper HAMPTON
Mr. J.
>anUh; these languages are taught sail from Jacksonville for New York on my and Relief Corps of Connecticut recently stomach, received Wednesday, by falling Injuring leis band. Mr. Johnson' R.
''lloquially, free dally practice given inst. Department Commander Henry off the roof at Mr. Vanlandlngham' daughter "..lying down on the bed In --.-----
oe staying at the house. Write or the 20th R. Jones of New Hartford, Conn., fatter house, while Irving to get a ball which an room, and while the 'bed wa
11 for particulars. See ad. elsewhere. of Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, of Titus- : had lodged la the gutter. Sidney was a knocked upper down, she escaped without In* -Orange trees Mr. O. W. Conner, of
Laths.I yule, was presented with a beautiful bright boy twelve year of age. The lury Oklawaha, Fla., whoso sal will be foundon
Grand Army badge. The star and bar whole family have the sympathy of the our Ali page, was a caller at this of-
Pet Stock For Sale. have secured a ;million;; for fall de of the badge were of solid gold, and ADVOCATE In their sad bereavement.On flee on Wednesday, en route south .aa far
within the two diver stars the Typewriter for Sale. Miami. He ha line stock of
livery. Will be pleased to quote prices upon -- "---- a* a young
Fancy pigeons, song and fancy cager G. F. PADDISON, rank strap were set two brilliant diamonds aToorof 1..v-<<'tlUD. '' orange tree for sale and those who are

ga! white, black and yellow rats; fiy- Turkey morocco oa e. The Insignia, A special train paaaed through here, ; l In perfect order, complete with before t the price of orange tree I II raised.

K; gray and fox squirrels, all gentle which wa of regulation design, was Wednesday evening, at eight( o'clock, carrying oaae. Nlckle-plated throughout Mr. Conner will atop off at several place
''d all tock pure bred. Price list free. Situation Wanted. made at the jewelry store of C. H. Case with &11'. Henry M. Klagler, Vice-Presi Price $12. Coat $22.60. Write on his way to Dade county, to Interview

Address, MBS. E. II. ARMSTRONG, A: Co., of Hartford and under the special dent J. It. Parrott, Dr. Keenan, Mr. E. for specimen of, work, etc. grower _
If. F.. HILL K
Jacksonville, Fla. direction of Colonel Case. Upon the M. Ashley and Contractor J. A. Me
A thoroughly competent and reliable Inside of the gold rank strap were engraved Guire on board. Mr. FlaKier has come Fort Pierce, Fla. Tit lvJlIe Laundry.Mrs. .
i' white man wants a position by the year, these words: "Presented to Department south from New York on ,a tour of Inspection -

ve Money by Sending for Your to work as foreman and manager CoastNine of Commander Henry R. Jones of his palatial hotels, Improve Iron HalU Wanted. Oeo. Cook, of Titusville, I II now

Groceries to the Magnolia pineapple plantation on In the the East business. by Edwin R. Lee Post, G. A. R. andWoman' menta and railway. He was on hi* way prepared to do laundry work of every

Grocery Co.,. Jackson- years experience and will satis Relief Corp" to Palm Beach and :Miami, and returned Cbeap, second-band, small Iron rail description. All work guaranteed.Leave .
ville, Florida. Good reference, guarantee northward. yesterday afternoon. wanted. Send weight, lowed price and your washing at G. F. Duren'a
faction. Address" Foreign Laiifjuajfen. all other particulars to corner store, opposite ADVOCT office.
-- ADVOCATE
'}| granulated sugar, .. 11.00 'C. S, care Titusville,, Fla. For Hale. It. K. Ricou, Jensen, Fla. "

b.. wblte C . 1.00 "
.. Madam belt, of City Beautiful, Fla, Ashen For Sale. :
.I green coffee,. .. ... ... .a 1.00 U prepared to take a few pupil at reasonable I have for lale, four fine work horse Empty Sugar and Rice IJarreln
Arbuckle'B coffee. . . 1.00 Gardner Wanted rate French, German and Capt. E. II. RICE, Tltuaville, Fla. -oak $15
and live dry
8. bacon, per pound. . . bacon .9 and .K Gardner wanted for Nassau, Bahama. 23-tf. Seabreeze, Fla. WALTER MOOUE, per ,
oulder, II II . .ttj} Must understand cultivation of flowers, -Any ubcrlbef who want to buy a 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. S. W. JENMIMOS' Fort Pierce, Via.
cole ham.'a, II .0)) vegetables and fruit trees. Salary $15 toes round-trip ticket, meal and berth Included
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$t ham.. . : "II . ..10butterine per month; no house no extras; paaaage Joe DawBon over the Clyde Line, would do Wanted Hewing.
its. ... . . .. 1.40 paid from Miami to Nassau. well to write tho editor of the ADVOCATE I The San Mateo Cigar,
Write with reference M to characterand Are manufactured and sold by Barge :, TUusrllle, fla.. for price. We at.
for price on other groceries Apply to8vtavzToa 4 Baumgard, wholesale hardware deal. 10 have a round-trip ticket over the Mai* All Pare Florida Tobacco, Gentlemen' Clothing neatly'repaired..
I delivered to depot ID Jacksonville experience. GENERAL, era, 105 Chamber street, New Turk. lory Line, between Brunswick and New East Coast Grown Mus.11. SCIUUOEOUB: ,

MAOHOLI lacksonville GROCERY Co., Fla., Nassau, Bahama \ 22-30 I York, for ale. Flnt-claa ticket No better made; try them. TUuavllle,



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District No. 4, contract 13, R A flare R.A.: Conkling, ferryman, 6.00 DI.marck's'lron Nerve i MI11IU Pearl or Cat-tail, 25c. per Ib. by mall; I5c. :
FHF GO nSfdC dee,'$103.00. D. Cain, i' 8.00 SEEDS f reI8ht' German, test for bay, 2.10 per bushel. Xanfrre;! or
] .. Was the result of his splendid health i white| and red, also, Jerusalem torn, 20cts. per lb. by pro|
@ \ Cocbbo mall
/\If AD.ln Hit District No. 5, contract 14, William T J, registration officer 10.41 Indomitable will and tremendous energy ;
Frantz, $280.00.District B. R. Wilson, attend to pauper. 11.00T are not found where Stomach, Liver, Ib. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cU per Ib. by ttaitlOctfl
{ .ADVOCATEXOUNTY Kidneys and Bowel are out of order. If lb. or freight.
No. 5, contract 15, William, Ervinenursingpauper, 23.00 express
Frantz, $203.00.District Mollie WillIams, nursing pauper 10.00 you want these qualities and the success Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.
they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills
.. R No. 1, contract 17, J P Mendel F. s. Chaffee" stationery, 1.;'O They develop every power of brain and Seed Corn In variety.

b ... 003.00.. Wm..Davie, p\oper: 0,00M body. Only 25o at F, 8. Chaffee's drug Cow Peas, market prices. <

E District No. 2, contract 18, S J Nor- ,, Preston, 10.00M. store. Write for price list.
1
Kv
J ton $503.00; 1tutch L. CAMERON
6.00 Seedsman
Ducks may be picked regularly four ,
fl I District No. 3, contract 21, A J Dixon, Wm. Anderson, 8.00
times a year, but the long tufts of feathers
JACKSONVILLE
St.
126 East Bay ,
$30.75.: :; Ct" Padgett II FLA
I U.OO on the sides that support the wings
District No. 3, contract 22, E E Swln-! L. Eauf.AuUa, ", / 0,00Lizzie should not be plucked. =

son, $15.00.: Tucker, 10.00C. GEORGE MARX. JOHN
District 3 In Diarrhoea Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver MARX.
No. contract 23, A Cleveland McMelJls" 6.00
Medicine Invaluable. It gives Toneto
'refI $200.45.:! : Anna Gore "
1 0,00If.
j
.. the Stomacb; Aids Digestion and Assists 1VI.AR BROS.
District No 3, contract 24, R E Mlms, Hagan, II 6.00 Nature In carrying off all Impurities.The ,

23000. M. C: Johnson, 5,00J Wholesale Dealers In

District No 3, contract 25, R L Dixon, Lewis, II lS.OOJ. man who uses religion as a crutch

I s hauling shell from cars, $5.00. I C. Johnson, II 8.00 should not complain if he falls In the GROCERIES, ,FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

District No. 3., contract 20, T A Dixon, E. Denham, II 10.00E mud.

5MIHfflMSAr' 1300. WIIlIII, 4.nO Keep the Stomach and Bowels in good 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

District No 4, contract 27, S F Gibbs, T. O. Prescott, II 8,00M. condition, the Waste Avenues open and J'a c1J.soJv:111o: : 3Plorida
; 10000. Wlllte, 10.00M. free by an occasional l dose of Dr. M. A. : .
a ; ant-R MoR
f..n Simmons Liver Medicine.
District No 4, contract 30, S F Gibbs, Simmons, 6.00 ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

battling shell, 812. Rosa Lee, II 4.00 The cyclone season is affording a conclusive ,

District No 5, contract '31, Devil &; T. J. Wettmore, Ice, t.25 vindication of the cave dwellers. -

; Nelson, $8.75.District J. F. Wooten, platts and 0.45 We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas.
express, Mrs. A. W. Yan rue, Oaklawaha, Fla., guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
COMMISSIONERS No 5, contract 32, C II Rooks, F. S. Chaffee, "med. for prisoners, 1$) writes: Have used Dr. ]M.'A. Simmons your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
$8.78. paupers, 13.15 Liver Medicine 30 years, Cures Chills and
PROCEEDINGS. District No 5 Fever, all Stomach and Liver troubles, MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville.'Fla.\
contract 35, Beverley A H. &; W. B. Drew Co. warrant book 10.00J.
and common ailments in my family. It nr- We only Sell to Dealers.
Nelson, hauling shell, $5.00. Mendel, copying advertising bid, 6.00 is
and
acts than
stronger quicker
any.
TITUSVILLK FLA. 1 1809.The \ .
Aug. R C Conkllng, approach to ferry, $25. A. L. Dixon, assisting survey, 2.00 other medicine.

Board, Qounty Commissioners On motion, the road report of J 0 Florida Star, printing blanks, 48.60

viet pursuant to adjournment. Present: Fries, T A Robinson and W L Dixon was J. O. Fries, survey and Insp. roads 57.30J. Sale of Stock,

J. U. Walker, chairman; J. Mendel, J. received and approved, and notices or. Henry,, copy of road contract, 10.00 John B Stetson University

.- Houston, Wm. H. Sharpe, and J. N dered to be posted according to law, and J. Henry, road work, dlt.No.2, 6.00 UNDER and by virtue of a letter of hypothe

R "Waller; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. Mr. Ord advised of the action of ,the M. C. Faber, u II 34.15 pledging to as It security directed for by a George certain O.Indebtedness Reason

,1 Brown, sheriff. Board S. D. Holmes, II II 4.00F. : Certificates 37,38,39 and 40, each for ten IDel and Florida.
hares of the capital stock of the East Coast ,
The following business WAil transacted On motion the following millage was H. Boye, .1 II ", II 11.00J. Realty Company standing In the name of said

fxvwlt: The minutes of last meeting fixed for_the year 1000: State 5|, school C. Mendel 11.00 Oeo O.Uleason upon the books of said corporation
the Brevard County State Bank will sell at For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins
were read and confirmed. 5, road 3, general 4, F and F fund }. P. C. Stewart," II II 11.00 public auction to the highest and best bidder

The treasurer made his monthly state- District No 2, special road tax 5 mills II. CarUle, ,, "... '", .4 0.00 Tltusvllle for otsh,in, Fla.front,, during ot the the Court legal House hours Door of sale at October 3rd. Send'for Catalogue,

r 'aient on the different funds of the coun- District No 5, special road tax 5 mills *, "," ., ..,, II n 7.00 upon the

: tty, which were examined and approved. On motion, It was ordered that In case J.- C.- Mendel- -' ., " 7.00 FIRST MONDAY IS SEPTEMBER,1800, College! .. Arartpmlfv n'. Normal. _Art__ _and__ _Music____ _n_.nartment.____ ______.. 'Large.. commodious
I the said stock,and wilt duly lll n same to the
'J. Houston and J. N. Waller were aptjraiBtod of rejected bids, unless parties amend C. R. Stewart 9.00 purchasers toy virtue of Its authority as agent of Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arranstement,-artesian water, etc, In.
I a committee to destroy the war their bids at this meeting, the work of F. H. Boye II the mid Gen. O. Gleason conferral by said let
7.00J. ter of. hypothecation. curing perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
t, Bata turned over by the treasurer as such roads, as well as all roads for which Paxton, 0 10.00T. BREVAUD COUNTY STATE BANK.

'!:per schedule; and the committee having there are no bids, the work on' such A. Robinson .1 2 00 aug4 BOBBINS 4t & GKAMAM Attorneys, for Bank. trained and experienced teachers. ,Send for Catalogue containing Information

performed their duty, were discharged roads be referred to the general super. Cleveland, '. 4.00 Address. J. F. FORBES, President.

The treasurer also had a certificate attached Intendent, under the power of the Board G. F. Paddisbn, lumber, 4 6.25 I
Notice of Application for Permitto
; '. to his report showing that he had to keep all roads In proper repair.On S. F. Graves, road work "' 4 6,52

Bate funds, his report called for on de-. motion, the Board of,County Commissioners Town of Eau Gallle, road tax, 70.83J. Sell Liquors, Wines and CHAS. J3LU". : &; CO. ,

;posit in the Indian River State bank. will hereafter meet on the ., Raulerson road work diet 5, 2.75: Beer. DEALERS "IN '

Op petition of W. J. Tucker to sell first Tuesday of each month.On J. P. Brown, criminal prosecution, 31.10 Fine: "VV1.n.es: 8n.Cl: Licjuors

"wines. beers and liquors In precinct No. motion, the following' order was M. Goldsmith, 6.00 PUBLIC notice have is hereby filed with given the that Hoaid Lesley of ,
'
"9, Brevard county, State of Florida! andy ordered to be spread on the minute bookof A. A. Stewart, 1.28 County Commissioners of Brevard County, 417, A 1 419W. 'Bay St.,

tit Appearing to the satisfaction of the the Board, that they have receivedan J. P. Brown, feeding prisoners, 15.20 permit in the State to sell of liquors Florida, wines their and application beer in for Election a JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

; 'Board that the said W. J. Tucker has order from the Council of the city of The Board adjourned to meet District No.2, of said County and State; '
; again that such application will be acted on by the v"3 .Baas
silly complied with the act entitled an Titusville. ,. countersigned by the clerk the first Tuesday in'September. said Board of County Commissioners at their v .y
I next regular meeting which will be held on the Bombarding Dewey
:aet proscribing; the method of obtainingTsocwits and president of the Council, that the

to soil wines liquors and beers road tax coming to the town of Titus- FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER,A. D.1899, ,t b With good things Uncle Sam is
ville for Protect Our Food., at 2:30: o'clock in the afternoon of said day and II? preparing ,to do when he reaches
tin certain cases passed at the session of the year 1808! be turned over to the said Board citizen of
hereby
palls upon any
this aide of the There will
SEUe Legislature of the State of Florida J. R. Walker. such Election District who may desire to do so. a pond.
The doctors inform us that alum Is a to show cause, if any there be, at the said next "s,; be no "extra dry" sauterne claret,
Uo 18911\ It Is therefore ordered that a The following bills were audited and poison, and that alum baking powders regular meeting of said Board, why such permit 1 Burgundy, or any other that flows

cjcrmit do Issue to the tux collector of ordered paid : should be avoided because they make shall order not be of granted the Board to the of applicants.By County Commissioners '5 J in his honor 'that will be purer,

'' ''Brevird' county, State of Florida, to Is- J.Mendel county commissioners 8.40 food unwholesome Prominent hygienists of Brevard County, Florida, this,the let day + higher grade, or of more exquisite
who have of August, A.D. 1H99. boquet than what will find in
s' sue a State and County license to said J. Mendel I, 4.40 given the matter most you
study, regard these powders as an evil ,. JOHN R. WALKER. Chairman our superior stock at all times.
for the fiscal IIMK\ J. R. Walker 12.00 aug44t Board of County Commissioners ry
petitioner year ,
that should be suppressed by state ac r ,, .w. Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
On motion, the petition filed by Los- W. II. Sharpe, ," .1 10.00J. tion. In Minnesota and Wisconsin alum and beers are unexcelled.

Uey.t Motlow, to sell wines, beers and Houston, II II 17.20 powders are not permitted to besoM unless Master's Sale, -
@ Blum's'Pure Rye Whiskey 7 old delivered to of the State
they are branded to warn consumers years. any part
Wqwnsln precinct. No. 2. was placed on Electric Light Co. 31.40A. express Dreoald.. for 320.
of In
their true character while
r the and by virtue of a decree of foreolos-
A. Ford fish
file: for future action. warden 40.00J.
the UNDER
District of Columbia authorities[ sale entered in the Circuit Court for
On motion, the petition J. D..Crnbb, P Brown, waiting on board, 4.00J. have under the direction of Congress, Brevard County in the suit of Nora S. Wells
et al .VI Annie J. Brown et al... I as special
ageat, to sell winos, boors and liquors Inprecinct P Brown, II II 8.00 adopted regulations to prohibit the use master appointed by said decree, will sell in ESTABLISHED 1830.Bond .
file for of alum in bread altogether.Are front of the court house door at Titiisvllle Flor.i
No.4 Janitor 6.00
placed
was on not the people of other states, as Ida, to the highest and best bidder for cash, dur
1 jfia&t action. !S' feeding county dog 2.00 well as those of Minnesota and Wisconsin ing the FIRST legal hours)MONDAY of sale SEPTEMBER., upon the \ Lumber !

On petition of M. S. Jones et. al., for jailor, 30.00J. ,' entitled to warning of a danger 1899 the following described real estate in ,Co.

..a public road from Fort Drum to Wood- Mendel, copying minutes, 5.00 which Is apparently menacing them at said decree described wit situated In Brevard ,

'ley, via the Klondike settlement, the C. U. Walton, publ. tax notice, 2.00 close hand, and is nQt the whole coun'try county 4,of Florida Block to"0"in sLot the town of Edgartown Manufacturers of and Dealers in .
entitled to absolute protection,' as according to the plat thereof on file in the I
Hoard appointed J. 0. Files, J, M, II II book for tax receipt, 3.00J. the people of the District of Columbiaare Clerk's Office of Itrevard County; said lot beinga

:Swain and E. C. Walker to mark, view W. &; J. M. Cornell,' rollers for I protected, by legislation which Is entirely R part 40 E.of Together Government with Lot the 1, of buildings Sec. 10, Tp.and 35/improvements S LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING,

And survey said route for said ,road to Clerk's office. 84.75 prohibitive upon said land.
J. Until we can have protection in the er GOLDSMITH. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed fl
work
;sun, and make their report to this Board Henry, on rollers, 28.30 : aug4 4t Master, ; Orange
form of a statute, how can our state and Vegetable Crates. We solicit
..on the first meeting in September, and C. T. Stewart, work on rollers, 1.00 boards of health, state analysts pr food ( correspondence,

) HC, there Is no objections filed with the T. Johnson, case for vault, 4 00 commissions better serve ,the public Notice for Publication.) Saw. Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & k. W. R'y. Yards at

Utotrd by any persons Interested thereto,, J. Pi-it chard &; Son, hardware, jail, 15.34 than by publishing In the newspaper DeLand and Titusville.

''-3:s \rveyed, the Board will declare the W. R. Knox, p'nt'gjail &; Clk office 11.00 from time to time the names of baking In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit -
powders which they find to be made
1..l.lIIe to ho public road as surveyed M. Goldsmith,prosecuting att'y 33.33D. from alum 1 1Meantlmelt?>> of Florida, Brevard County, A. D. H:

j del persons Interested' take notice L. Gaulden, Co. judge and fees 00.00 will aid the bousowife in 1809. IN, CHANCERYVs. A. HODGES... .

i&heroof. designating the alum powders remember DIANUFAC TUIIER OF
The presented his : that all i powders sold at twentyfivecents C.vs.Snedeker; J| Bill for Divorce.Margaret .
County Judge re.port -
t or less per pound are of this dangerous Snedeker, ) ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber....
-. for licenses Issued during the
class. Pure cream of tartar pow. TT appearing by the bill of complaint, exhibited ,
mouth of July, which was examined and M dora are usually sold at from foe tyfive ed and filed In said cause and the affidavit of ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit"and Vegetable Crates.

:;:approved. \ to fifty cents a pound. )Margaret complainant's Snedeker solicitor Is a non-resident that the defendant of the Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
f On motion the list of Insolvents and EALTHPROTEC State of Florida and that she resides to-wltt any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices: The saw mills are locatedat
Do not a girl with the expectation In the State of New York within the United Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
marry ,
errors of taxes on real estate was pre- States, but that her postofHce address is Unknown part of the East Coast. Address H. Fla.
: A. HODGES Bluff
e 1a' that her father will set you up in to this complainant and that she has Buffalo ,
:seated, examined and approved, and an been absent for more than sixty days last past:
.rd61' passed to give the collector credit business. The father-in-law of today that she is over twenty-one years the age,and ,
that there Is within State of
not wants all he has but lies awake no person SAW AND PLANING
only
tfor $8-12.83 as state taxes, and $2,437.78 tw Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
nights scheming how to acquire more. would bind such defendant FnlatkB, Flu. E."Bay St., Foot of Catherine.
:as county taxes. Now you,the said Margaret Snedeker, be and
On petition of J, M. McCrory et. al., Remarkable Rescue. appear. before the judge of our court on
\ THE7th!: DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1899, WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
'Co the road from Mlms station
re-open to said bill of complaint or decree
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, Ill., answer a pro ,
a to Six Mile crook, the Board appointed makes the statement that she caught confrroeowill be ,entered against you and the
complainant will be allowed to proceed exparte
II. A. Carlile, R. Herndon and J. S. cold, which settled on her lung ; she was with his said cause. Manufacturers of -
treated for a month by ber family phy, It ia further ordered that this notice be pub
Norton: to view and lay out the same
listed in RIVER .
"and make their report to this Board at slcian, but grew worse. He,told her she published the INDIAN in said county ADVOCATE, once a;week u newspaper for : Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *
r vfflqj was a hopeless victim of consumptionand not less than thirty days from the time of filing ,
'ttroir meeting September, and if there that no, medicine could cure her, the bill. .

:are no objections filed, then the road Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Witness said court the and Honorable the seal Minor or said'8. Jones court,at Judgeof true... A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingle,

.will be declared a public road.. W1, Discovery for Consumption ; she bought court house In Titunville, Florida, this 6th day lath and pickets always on band, thus
y a bottle and to her delight found herself of July,A.D., 1KW. assuring prompt shipments. Cypresi
On -motion Wra. Davis J. mouldings of all
Capt. was A. A. STEWART patterns a specialty.
benefitted the first dose
from She
Uriaoed NB the pauper list at 0.00 per 't. a" tinued Its use and after taking, six con-bot 1( .L....8.-,} By Clerk O.A Circuit Stewart Court.,D. C. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

.month. YOU, FROM ties, found herself sound and well ; now Tjuly augWt -

Bids for opening and repairing roads .. does her own housework, and Is as well -
MISERYILLNESS as she ever was:"' Free trial 1 bottles of thisGreat Executor's Notice. FOR. &
were read, and on motion the following 3.3O.
Discovery at F. S. Chaffee's Drug
t .
.
Awards were made: Store. Only 60 cents and $1, every bottle

District No. 1, contract Fo. 1, J. P.IWendel guaranteed.It's NOTICE ia that hereby six given months to all from whom this It date may Sent to us by'Express, poatoffice order or New YorkExcbange, "e" Will

$1$11.00.'Jletrict the undersigned;will preaent to lion.D.L.GauJ.len send you by Express, CHARGES PUEPAID,

No. 2, contract No. 4, J. W. piPiOrctiPrcflptIofl s easier for an elephant to climb a Florida his County final report Judge accounts of Brevard and vouchers county, FOUR FULL QUARTS

Osbaafor north part of'l'ltusvllle0.00: tree than it Is for some men who are In a together with his petition for discharge M ex. ,
ecutor of the last will and testament of Emily .
i District ''No.2, contract No. 4, KtSwlnson E hurry to,get rich to be honest. A. Reynolds deceased, Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

south of Tltusvllle, $75.00.( De Wolf Hopper has married again. June Dated,A.at D.Fort 1899.Pierce. ,Florida,this 8th. day of
,
District No. 2, contract No. 10 B mmmP De Wolf loses no time In running the K. 8. REYNOLDS, Calhoun Pure

:ganders, $103.00.'District matrimonial lawn mower. over his Executor Estate of Emily Rye Whiskey

No., 3, contract No. 7, E. E.wlnson grass widowhood! A. Reynolds, deceased.
$ $33.00.District : C. T. MoCarty, w.ahlp In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate content (which will avoid all] cum
Attorney for Executor. jun86moHAEEIAGE ment.) 'Wben IOU get It and test. It, It It II not lattlfactory return itat OUR EXPE\dE w
No. 3,' contract No. 8, T A P Volcanic Eruptions your We are$3.20 close will at l.q hand cheerfully and can refunded.give rou'QUICKER TIIII Whisksvlaasggood as any "oo goods in the mrt biT'"
Robinson $100.00. Are but Skin rob life been dotnirbusiness In this DELIVERY than distant houaee. K'e
grand, Eruptions PAPER I'OS8IHILlTY elti anti at the same stand for over III YEARS and u to our RE3
District No. 3, contract No. 0, B J of joy. Bucklen's Arnica. Salve, cures BEST PUBUSHBD.mcnuDiu I the editor of this aVer!., UT4TIOS for hone**dealing,we refer you to any merchant or M
them, also Old, Running"and Fever sores, naos ',.
lot
Stewart $300.00.District mu .
Ulcers Bolls Felons ..air >. .... SOLOMON &
MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG Corns, Warts, Cuts, 'r ; LEVI,
No. 3, contract No. 10, R J AND SICK,WOMEN WELL, Bruises, Burns, Scalds *Chipped Hands, Taoaad.otAdv.rtl..nto B.l.et .......... 1028 &; 1930 First Avenue,
X.aRoesch, $174.00. Chllbalns. Best Pile 'cure on earth,, btrelucBaii Itntl utTwteul.TWoJ P. O. Box No. 33. ALA
RICHANDpQORAUKE drives out pains and' choa. On1 25 cts. sw sea 25 ctt. ;; BIRMINGHAM,
District No.: 4, contract 12, S F Glbbs, &I-Ph 2t- ,P -_
1; rxoo.oo a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F, S. Social Americas 90111fw, PANT NOTICE:' bus-to W.pay Ex reel Charge by urro:.<;swbllt'
Chaffe loltdo 0 0. points OD 11081 of other Exempt pointsppainies prepay
'.. r", druggist. Souther!Expreoe Company b'aDI1tr to said other Yxptae Oolllpan1.. we 07 to polou

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATK:, AUGUST 11, 1899,

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professional Cards. .- --,
Botanic Blood Balm. Clll'llCMKS.:

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GCOBO V. ROBBCTS. WALTER S. OlUBAXnOBBIXS t, 4 G
& GRAHAM (it. n. H.) LlSoPAf. CIICRCl1.S
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!?.ftlo >, 2nI l and 4th SuniUro In each
THE GREATBLOOD m.'nth.1 at II a III, and t:55: i |p. m. Sunday rhooB
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, every Munch a' t I':..m a. m. l.. ) at.
p. na. 011 11'ednredaya. l.Beny service' every
OFFICE 1l0URs-From 12 a. m., I irldey at 1e a. m.Archdcaron.
and 2 to 4 p10to ? p. II. P, HROWX. Hector.:
r .
CURE .. ,
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Drevard v'b IN A PILL FACTORY. --
TrnrsviLLE, Con Florida. 1 '1'llfl'Ill\'n:1JA:' ('II rUC'H,
o. BoIJ08.:
p. Cincinnati Has One of the Finest In $! pMlr''' ,<* l.l. ittti
Will practice In all the court*- ute and fed every > at II A. m.allI1 anp.m.
the tailed! IU.'... iindrty M-II.HI! at in a. m., (;Icu, \\ 5uhle' ,
coin FREE. !'\ii>t lT<>fri.HH'tlnit. on We.liicnl.ir:
Special land titles.facilities. lor examining and perfect- Out in the west end they turn out *t7w.: Tim public art runlliillf lutlinl titnlnir to attend -

log thousands of pills n tiny-pill.* of everysize our npr IOPK.
A Cure for
Blood and Skin DIs- I lfv.ollN Itt'IIIESlit-r.;
i Ali if t! and shape and color, cf every price -- .-._- .
eases -
Eczema -
U. UOUGUTON'S Ulcers, Pim- consistency,., and) yet to nine-tenths -
D ples, Scrofula, Blood Poison I w \ITIST ('IIl.Itl'II.1'no".hlhlt .
of our people the process of manufacture
Cancer I ( fury uproml and? fourth Sunday'
Kidney Trou- III I Them five
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS I n mystery. are only miirnini ami etrnlnit. Prayer M rot mK" every
ble, Bolls, Malaria, of the kind In the country, and' fneh.mplo.e Mtiu-itUy ivrnliiK At T.wi ,,'{')"rk. Sunday
on the (Denies) and I'\t'hllt.1' every !Hnml)' at 9:4.s.: til. Aliwi l l'n.a'J1.
Its herb
Rheumatism. -_ own gatherers lug nnot Sunday' at UuntiiKe. All nrpc.'nllally
Now at Palm Bead -. bark strippers, who penetrate thc wildest melted &OAtlt>I"I.
A TRIAL TREATMENT SENT, PRIVATELY and most inaccessible of the world's }:. N. Jlr.t.I., Pastor.MCTIIOOIMTCIIL'RCIi. .

BY MAIL FREE TO ALL WHO jungles and mornsHe*, each gathering ---
rL.. GAULDEN, 8UFFKR.n.lf The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
n some particular plant or herb or bark : .
any "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW or Skin? J11"Trouble woman will write unfTerlnir us! we from will crud any seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, There Is one mnu who traverses the Regular n'l''I..... every drat, third and fourth

ierlinnifee..1fc5srrean( , III, Botanic lllood! Italm (It. II. II.v, a great indigestion, taking Ripans rllnow. e cry Hiim.n.y nt ID:(HI .a. tn. Ki.wortkIO :
Will practice In all the Courts of the State the famous Southern Rlnml Jtpmcdy. it bee which is employed' In medicines designed ''' : male SllutbIy'' at .1.:;:1111', I". Crnu-r mwt-'
01 Florid.and the United States Courts. permanently' cured thou>ands of cases, Home of I ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is for treating tho mucous membrane hilt eery 'IhitriKlii nluhtAt 7 n'riiVk, The

1,1'.DoI,235.: TITUSVILLE, FLA. :Clears patent standing medicines, and had after failed.doctor Remedy, hoopltaln has (never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina and another who gathers only mnllrr. at(Adlea'II 1"II'| ,Aid III. }IIII't'ly\rq I |hotly|,iiu'ptu wpleiiinn t'\t'ry at l Mirvluirch\ 1'/.1'1'.111'

Money to Loan. 18 been perfectly tboionirhly safe to tested take by for old iiMt oryomiir.30 year and lllood U testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person stalks. The originator! of the firm, established ,,('f\It'fllI.) .
Itn. A fl.
I'F.XXf""lnr.: .
I ,
an '
60 the first
Inexpensive remedy that you Ito them. A second old in the institution years ago was ..
GOLDSMITH, may tent before you part with your money. try gentleman, same civilised man to gather pndophyllln ---- -

M. Allan CURES Grant: ,MADE of Sparta ttY Oa BLOOD cured HALM.of eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and which nets like poison Ivy on sonic gatherer OATiiot.ic cucnrif.

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Johnson sore on Up palled epithelial cancer; Jull.i painful It. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two and Is totally harmless to othersIn Chiireh Service.bonding at io ,a North. m. t\Tltunvllle.OAtnClllHIII pry Sunday. ('lIIhlrt'lI', In new.
HtalTord
P.0.
8. C., cured of a terrible one chamber are stored huge package -
At 8
tTitusvllle itching Bryant, :Monty eczema, Tex of 13, cured years 1 alandlngV.of milt rheum. A."n nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer of belladonna leaves whom* volatile |p. III.liar J. F. O'U"\'IJI: Rector.d .

Florida. suffered hand. His four hand years resembled, yet cured a by burned Botanic surface BIO
lIalm. II W. iteazlcy "( merPiis, (it., anf. ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they and yet sample of eVI'fYllRt' :DII'NICII'.lL.>
L J- WEBB, fered with sores sll.t', his body eating; Into ural product Is carefully tested !before .... --
halefl.' <"aim cured him 1 sound and well. have in their The matron also states
always a package pockets.
ja L. H. Sewell of Atlanta Oa., cured by four bo:. the mass from which: it wn drawn at TOWN ('<)IT.Aillieinar \( !!..

A ATTORNEY T-LA W, ties Tops of, of a terrible eating ulcer on leg. 8. W, that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion random i la nsed. l11Ior: : Brady{ ulilenneii. : .Tno \f.
Jackson Oa.
had violent skin dlseawi
The May apple roots collected: In Ohio 111"11, W. U, KIIIIX, Jni). H. \\nlkpr. n. I..
entire
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th cured by body It. It.almost II. .7.J.a scab Head', jet of tllcns.perniaueiitly Ja. causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the and northern Kentucky nro! thrown intoa nnulilpn' E:. I I.. Brady i 'aaer.aor .lolui henry :
clerk and .
Circuit.rents Taxes and accounts paid for collected.nonresidentsand five had years eczema, tried on doctors hand, arms and patent ao
lllood Balm cured him of and barrel 11I"1, first TuemlAy In rash Hum Hi,
only a few scars remainIng name used in a testimonial. 8,400 pounds roots seven
Titusville Florida. where the sores lad healed Mrs. W. J. of alcohol Is created, the nl ---
Steed of AiiRii/ .ta, Oa had recurring) boils, was WANTED r-A _.1 bad t-D mat ..PP A'1t'. will nN -8" .fl'....... a.ta .a4 IC.. 0- vacuum
,.?_ r ...iT -._ *- cured by only the\ bottles three years ago. Not.' tb.w...4 RI 5111 cc l1.p.pa...and aaa.sS. wutw. a'I'po"'II' R' SOTtLOTIw cobol run in end tho mixture automatically \ INDtAN) : Itt nn (ItUUIi.H.Orlll .
Perfectly well since. Mrs. M. L. Aduiim, of r..u.r....lor.........,ey..... fie se'.,..u era. T.... .... .. Ikse.e4 .waI M
}Fredonlu Ala., had deadly cancer, wa goal t.au7..Ynm Mr I i IDnrllried Is tMlLIII-I L1r .l W?Se. M....."'.F4. *. macerated for from one to fiveduysThere I I at UIII Ariunry, over enmity\ Jail, every
O. FRIES, C. E. to die by nine doctors, jet was cured jt''euup by are 80 smaller percolators, each riesdnyefeulug. In the IontIsatan'rlm'k.

Botanic lllood Halm. W. I'. :McDaniel, of At. mm u___ holding 60 pounds: of chemicals did 1C I;. Ml.MSIn., Cni.fcln.JIOA .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. lanta, cured of rheumatism but what more I ._- .
,- need we say? We could fill\ this paper with IIUCCI'IIII of the association and the one largo ono with II capacity of l.ftOd l -
Land wonderful cures and rememlicr,nil theMe trou FEEDING CONTRIVANCES pay pound. A tllmpm into the stlllrooni !Itl) 01" TRADE,
legally surveyed and sub-divided. ;
nil nnd
bleu are caused by Had HIltlln the system,and ment of premium expensed on

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for poison Blood outward Halm cures, hence because It forces all the Timelt 5nir,{<>?tl<>n.. For Protecting the closing tI"Yl'f the dhow. The date reveals 13 copprr stills, each holdingten / month Mi-vti Ht firrv ate:( tI.cl..k iiiiMiiiil' VnliiciicUy In roan 0\nlRlit I'r >onl In<>moe.each

of the symptoms. there cannot be a return ChlckV Food From Fowl. of the first nnnnul exhibition wall fixed gallons In which tho 500 different Jii all kinds of engineering works. DIs- distilled for 1rI""lIl'n' | .1, tI. hn .ocrelary
extracts employed are a
Don't trifle with blood and
troubles remem No donbt Rome of the readers have for Nov. 28 to Arc 2, 1800, inclusive
ber, even If saraipurllla, tonics, doctor and ----
kettle
lines week or two. u special being reserved
puted a specialty. All entries will clone Nov. 18.
salves have failed lu your case, that 11. It. 11.- experienced difficulty in raising chicksin
Botanic Wood Halm-Indifferent from anythingelse The standing and special\ committee for tho preparation of Iwroglyc- (vlIlNT1': tll'UtIIS.IICIIOOL .
TITUSVILLE, Brovard Co., FLORIDA. and cures, to stay cured, by expelling the (the fame yard with hens, which resulted erin. Hide! hy side are the cold distilling .
poisonous matter from the blood. This U eth in the chicks being crowded out of tho association have been appointed
only remedy that {'urcsln this way. at mealtimes\ and being pecked by the and are oil tint could lie desired for influence room, where the volatile drugs art no A ui i.

w. ALLEN, HOW TO OBTAIN HLOOD BALM bens. were afraid to nnd eiTectiveneMi. Preparation prepared, and the drying room, whichis .1. M. DUnn, Tluuvlllot; It. N, Andrew.
GEORGE WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL IIOTTLE. They go among of the kept at a uniform temperature of ISOdegrees ( 'i I 8. }'. Illilm, :.Miillioiirnn.
them, the chicks securing only the food are being made for one largest,
If yon are satisfied that Botanic mood Balm and in which long pan of ill
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Is what you need you will find large bottles for not desired by the hena. In the illustration most attractive and important poultry,
sale by all druggists/ for '1.00, or six bottles No. shows! a box into which pigeon and pet stock exhibitions that smelling I'owdrllnre simmering. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.:
Key West Florida. (full treatment)) $8.00. For free trial bottle address In the dark, cavernoneccllnrs: behind
-
have been given l this It .1. n. Wnlkpr, Tiliuvllle rli.lrinani
> country. ,
Blood Halm Co., 1M Mitchell St., Atlanta, the chicks can go at any time to teed ever ; 'I Joseph
the glass storeroom, are the earthenware Mruil l, iji.lrHintei, J. It. Walker
Will practice In 'the United States Oa.. and bottle and medical book will be seut.andwe i 18 the en meet with of tho management .hug HIMI.KIII, loo: (lalilel.. N. Wallpr llttiivlllai, Ankona.Bloii .
all charges prepaid. Describe trouble vats for the storing of salicylicacid
and State Courts. OjunOa your of the HHRociation that the breeders of 111'111111" .O .are held first Monday In neb
will include free medical advice.
personal and oil of the till
the country be made to realize the fact wintergreen, month
employed for the settling of alkaloid -'--
that Philadelphia ia to have hencefortha

E. SMITH, !f. D. yearly exhibition second to nothingin mud huge hempen sacks, with the raw ('OllNTorFICIAI.S.! .
RALPH
AOENTS WANTED. For "The Life and that line and that fairnetm and jn*- material from H worl<1'* forests. There Minor 1\. JOIIPK, Tltnuvlllo, circuit' judged) lh
I
Achievements Admiral Dewey."the world's Brazil I., llnuliliin, Tltimtllln
vomica from
are inn awaitingthe county Judge M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.; greatest hero. By Murat Halstead, the lifelong tice to nil exhibitors have' been firmly inlilMiilth, Tllinivlllii, |iroM>i friend and admirer of the nation's Idol. established n* cardinal principleof thin i grinders, cascara bark from the Pacific A. A. rUowurt.Tlliixvilli), rlptk circuit ruiirt; J.
Specialist in Qenito, Urinary and Rectal Biggest/ and best book; over BOO pages, 8x10 Times.To indigo bark from tarot Uruguay I'. WIHIIPII, (.Itn. tAX ".Mii>r| K. W, Hall,
Inches; lIoarI110"pages half-tone Illustrations association.-Philadelphia Tllunllle.ll1x 1I1I1I1'I'l"ft| dahu) Henry,Tjtuavllle,
Diseases. Only f I 50. Enormous demand. Hilt commissions. and the bens cannot get to them at all. herbs from our own swamps and meadows tri'MMiiriTi' J. II. Minim, ('ourivnay, nuixrlntpiitWent
Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write lichenfrom tho northern latitudes inililln liiHtrm-Unnt; J. o. F plea, /'IIIIUIIIII,
The box is made of 16 foot board, 12 .. .
Avert C..t..I.
1-27 The Dominion 3rd Floor .
Forsyth Street. quick. Company, minerals county urvvyor i J. l' lirown Tlluav lie, aberlit.
and barks from the Indies with
,
Caxton Hlilg., Chicago, inches wide, the board being cnt into To prevent contagion we should (isolate -
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. four pieces, each piece four feet long, from the bowels of the earth and
sick bird discover
as soon as
every GOLD) 1 118 of no value when health l Ia
/ leaves from the tcp of forest Gollaths.
and nailed The box has
together. no
ed. All new birds should be subjected ,
In danger, What1 of more value?
the the street arabs
C. H. PEETE ITEMS OF INTEREST.No bottom, bnt the top is covered with to ut leant ten days' quarantine before During summer! Pratt'it up) to-d.Uo tablet will break nj
gather tho silk from the market
DR. lath, the sides holes that admit corn
having
being permitted to run with the flock a I cold In one day, and for coiivtlpittloti
folk and 1f1I1t to thusd chemist at 0 I
EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. lass;: but Turkish are to be seen the chicks nud exclude the hens. Dy and if snspectedofbeing dlseusodshonld : bllloiiHiioHH and all malailal trouble,

in Constantinople. having the box bottomless it may be not bt allowed to be with other bird cent ptr pound. lit hits no equal. Hy mall pre paid for :$>c.Pi .
moved from ) to place thus avoid- Upon the fourth floor nr, the bottling tilt Medicine\ Cs)., Station II I Chicago
5G8 Cherry Street, Emperor Charles V carried a watch place until )'onI ro positive that disease i ill ,
and tho chamber
filth.A labeling (departments 111. tol'nclll.r'lIlIuI'le,.
ing Hick birds that have
not recovered -
in 1530; that 27 pounds. present
welched! where the poison vials: nro filled
Macon, Ga. cheap coop for a hen and a brood should not lit returned to the flock
I Wellington. New Zealand, has been and tho huge label l room, where label When Homo pilo attempt to put on
of chicks be blade of an ordinary
young may \1ntlllt iii alwdlntely certain that they
visited by an epidemic of somnambulism cheese box ''shown in I bearing the nutnLor of tho brew from airs they pile) C3 clune on tup) of hutrU
large us cured. Never direct front handling -
W'M. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. says a Sydney paper. No. 2. It the box if not deep enough, are sick fowl to go the quarters of the which that tube was filled are stored in canon and you know tho lent.

On a recent scientific test a workerin .,tWo different compartments, alphabetically !
of them be fastened .
two together.It
hilly/ ) Do allow
well not rlC'lghlx'JrIl'blrllil
onec. your Dining I Ilio civil war all well nil In our i
In drawing a ,
uu-tals succeeded cop arranged for ready! uso. Chloroform
Graduate of Philadelphia College of is only intended for nile during the to with Do not lute '
with dial
run own. rhoea
wire. your go war bpaln.: wan ono I
cent out into 5,700 feet of being patented i III not manufactured
,
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations per first few.days of) the chicks as the box direct from your neighbor hcnnerie of the most tiotibleHoine\ (Ilf>oa c8 tho !

promised. Ilazeltine Block, corner Bay The highest mountains of the Philip- would not answer for the hen during to your own, und hint, but not leant hero. army had to contend with. In many Instances 1

and Laura St. pine Islands are Halcon (Mindora) any length of time the room being too never kl'l'llIlck birds l in the same room In the building where the pill( are It Leonine chionlc and the old j
JACKSONVILLE FLA. )
8,808 feet, Apo (Mindanao) 8,804 feet restricted. It serves well for summer where the food fur other fowl i Is kept. made the visitor first BOOS the donghllko Noldlei ntlll suffer from It, fir David ;

Mayon, active volcano (Luzon), 8,283 use, ns it is cool und can be cleaned or -Dr. Wood mans being rolled, cut into shape and Taylor of Wind llldge, ,Oieen Co., 1'1I.IK

feet and San Cristobal (Luzon) 7,375 moved easily. Simply mark the box all then placed in the Interior of bngo one of tliut-0, lie tines ChamborUln'm !

ROBERT McCARREL, feet. globe of copper, which have been proviously Colic Cholera and Uinrlboea Hem tly and ,
around into strips about two inches .,. ., fie
,
r.-- on has never" found anything that 1
asked the other sprinkled with sugar( chocolate )
A Swiss recruit :was wide and cut out each alternate rtrip.
Her Father Followed Them.
would him such relief It l..
give
CONTRACTOR quick P j
AND BUILDER day who William Tell was and could The object of the contrivance is to en- She-Ami ltd! her father follow you or other pleasing coating, and revolvedat for rule by all druggists and medicine.doalera. j

not Another on being asked who able to a in a short when the rate of 850 turn per minute, 1
Churches say. one prepare coop you sloped'He / ;J !
works
Steam stone
specialty.. Bismarck was replied\ "A preacher," time and at almost no cent, As the -y<.,.. llo's living with u* yet.- causing the pulverized flavor to adhereto -- \ !,' 1

CONOOUD AND PJUTCIIABD STS., and a third said he was "enaperor of chicks will be removed after they are Yonkers HtiilcMiiai I I the yet moist pills. Tho operation requires Yellow Jack I U,. the only ono of tho Ji.t j

I France." large enough to run about. the coop about ten minute These pill auinmrr arrival NO far that has not beet ,:'l

CHAULESTOK, So. CA.IPERRYS. i A Berlin physician has written an article navy then be lined for the next young rungo in price from |2 to 2ft" vent per greeted with a hospitable. welcome. ',,' :

on the dangers resulting from brood. UfAMER 100. -- ._- :

what are considered Insignificant More properly No. 3 may be termed In the next apartment rumbling instruments Itvwaruof Ointmcntx forCatarrU '

wounds. For instance 'In 13 Injuries to a cover for the feed dish or it may be cut square or circular tablet that Contain 'j
from the mans, at the same time compressing Mercury, _.
followed -
the thumb, permanent disability malt larger for confining H hen. the CATARRHCatarrh
A* will surely destroy thu aeneo
them and feeding them into mercury
in GO per cent. chicks to runt I in .and out. Himply! at- !
of smell
and tha
derange
completely i
reservoir at the rate of 1,000,000 a day :

of Iht botvitt, tt Over by the window are' two German whole system when entering It through
I HUSBAND. tauit ft(i mail frrvalf r. tile mucous burfacea. Such articles-
HER machines which sieve
IAriusrrsrrsaafhrra.II,d gelatin( coating should never bo uitd except on prcvcilp-

l SEEDS 114m".,'tutarrA.UoH holding from 02 to 200 pellet are firmly lions from reputable physician, all thu ;

A woman Judges a man's usefulness N! a., pI' I many that fitted the sieve dipped Into the gelatin damage they will do U ten fold to tho

growa were famouryeareagothrlrramer lVlllfY I11W-tII the ",*de In the world by the skill with which he U C k I f bowel trouble in catar- pan below, parsed over belts Into n good you can (poHalbte derive from them. 1-1'..

must to be relied 011-" .h".J' puts down carpets.-Wuhlngton Democrat Hartman'i drier, reversed and passed back lai- lair* Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
.... rhal. Dr.
the beat tor by Iradlogduulrm
everywhere. Ilrv ctnl.Jlt'r book make this plain. merited again dried once more and r J, Cheuey A Co., Toledo On., con- 11 I

IntUIt pnpr fend .Iw.! tliem.,. womb Kun It. What a woman really thinks of her ry- I Ill s Write to the l'erU'D&Medicine come out 'filled with gelatin clad cup talus no mercury and I I. taken Internally, ,
on baring
no rink -buy Ferry". husband generally about half as niceas sules. The capsnle! pas Into u drying acting directly upon tho blood and mu- .
IHN"Seed Annnalli free. must Co., Columbus, O., for them. cool lilt fucn of the system In buying .:,
thinks other people and from thence to the
!>, M. PKKl'IWrlr.lt.: 01: elr what he catarrh and how room picker '
,
tell all about lall'a Catarrh Cure be tho :
.". They sure yen get fi
Ml Berlin Herald. who discord those bearing the slightest
think of him.- I'e-ru-natures it wherever located."I genuine, It I Is taken Internally and h.I ':J'
When a woman bosses her husband, hadchronlcdlarrlura blemish and set the other to u week'scaring made lu Toledo Ohio by K. J. Cheney & I't'

he is a weak man and does not enjoy for fifteen years," write when they are packed and ship Co. Tt'AlhnonlaU me.) JlT8wld by .("

the respect of anybody, not even the Mr. T. K. Hillier\ Urand ped.-Clucinnstl Commercial Tribune Irugclsts, price 70o per bottle llall'a

CURED with Tflietabl.RooJ11edlea. wife who does the act.-Astoria Argus. Mvtl r Prairie, Tex. "I tried ,'I I 'r f Family l'Illsare the belt

DROPSY! Han cured When a wife Is away from borne, many medicines amidoctors I" Htory of a Slave.
thousand caMcallod I
many in vain. Atltut Ii As a rule ahnllow men are de.ptIlI'lT,.
,opel...... In tea she readier husband's letters through .;l
>*7S at leant two-third( .ol all "ju.ptpm.r.moTyl which Pe-ru-na was recommended To be bound hand and foot for years but all the snore they don't require as
Tniitimonial end Tin remttnent frH. carefully to find something upon and It relieved by the chain of disease i I. the worst
DR. H. H. CKIO'S: :: SOUS, box K. Atlanta.G% alight-Atchlson Globe. much watching a* the deep one*.
suspicion may and cured me at once. tot m of slavery. George 1>. Williams, of ..
-- -- -- ----
- Manchester Mich., tells how such a slave
Th. Visitor's Safe Guide. Mr. John Hurting, tin A Mother Tell How She Saved
made "AIwife
free He
"John said the careful parent, tacb a handle to an old basket or arbor Main St., Cincinnati, O, was say :
has been so helpless! for five that Little fife k
CJrA.j' years HIT Dunirliter'M
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE of kind and make entrance hole ofa writes wife and
"when you git to the city don't stop in any : 10ly I she could not turn' over In bed alone."
the mother of children anti
diameter just tmffident to permit myself took IV- I am eight
what burns your
hotels
any of them fireproof After using two bottle of Electric Hitl II
have had deal of with
folks alive, bnt spread IOU a quilt on young chick to run in and out The v "i'I)1 ru-na rha-a and for chronic it cured diar us.* t.rl l she I I. wonderfully Improved and nedlefne) a great Last summer experience my llttlo
bottom of the ba ket or box: should first I able to do her work." Thl
I the floor, io a one story bnildln not fer- I I No doctor or medicine own supreme daughter had tho dysentery lu its worst

;ittln to leave the door ajar, no's yen be removed.. / we tried before helped remedy for female disease quickly cures fOllll We thought she would die. I '

t'' kin: git out easy in cane of fire, or, it The object i Is that when feeding us." nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, tiled. everything I could think of, but

mont be safer ter you tQ Jest camp out yonug chick their food may be no covered Mr.jA Edward Wormack, slell.headache Tide,.backache. miracle, falutlng working and medicine dizzy nothing seemed to do her any good. I

doe a* to protect it from larger chick aw an advert6+ement In our paper tliatChamberlain' ;
TRADE MARKS in the rnbarba. An whatever you LedbetUr Tex., writers:
,
I"I a godsend to weak, sickly, run down .
fowlrf, while the chick can help Colic, Cholera and IYrt.rhoea
DeSIGNS don't go to sleep in that 'ere sleepin or Pe-ru-na for bowel people. Every bottle guaranteed Only
. &c. ICemrdy wa highly iecommeiedland
COPYRIGHTS uomok'bted.
while it's a-rtmnin. Jest make op themselves -Poultry Keeper troubles U unequalledby ') XI Sold F. 8 Chaffee .
cent,
.. by Druggist.A
An Tone ending a iketcn and d ecrtpti"'n mat. car {IIII! Mi ,, lent and got a bottle at one*. It ,
illustrator. In experience. l
ether kin
h umt anything
free what my -- ------
qnlrkljr aicertuln the
opinion bed platform
our you
.. your on bo of the; bet medl- h
C mmmdea.ttuna -i proved to one very
ntinr> I. probably polenubla. I I owe my ,: : '.. cool headed sheriff and a fast ex.
+uIcily eonUdentUtl. Haudbock on IM.'U14. roll off handy when the train's wreck The Kr.tuii. A..ocl.tlo.. Jlfu Pe-ru-na and tt\ 1 \ tines we ever had In the house It saved
sent free. Olden agency fur.ecunugywrtaitaPntentg to train are the best combination yet
Constitution.The .
taken tbroucb )tunuI Co; rv i. lrIfMttui dl"-Atlanta The Keystone Poultry, Pigeon and hall always r('( "'I' {! o pros ny little dauJhter'.lffe. 1 ain anxious
ottt4, without charge, la ttie Pet Stock HOciation of Philadelphia meudiththosesufferlag t. formed for outwitting. the purpose of a for every mother to know what an excellent -

Scicitiilic Jlm rl\al1. soothing and healing( propertiesof ban been organized for the porposo of ae I wa ." ynclilog mob_ .. d ___ at first It medicine wouTO it have I I.. Und saved I me known a. great It

A handeomilr Illustrated weektr. 1*"** rt'. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Its breeding and exhibiting bine tloodntock Mr. John Fdgarton,1020 Third Ave., and Wklikty, hilts and little daughter
dilation of any ..-,-, Use ,_mal. Tern....1J a pleasant taste and prompt and permanent In the feathered family. At the organization i Altoona, ]'a., .says "I suffered from cured at bom witb deal of anxiety my
n.w.AealerLMtJHN&Co.36tB PIU much sutierDR.! Your truly Mr, Gao
reart"urmontt: Ik .fl< J4 ball favorite f r0 out pain Book of
have made It a great for three I took Pe par
cures, meeting enough subscriptions to dytentery year" II tlouUr aunt fTtitia K. HuimiCK, Liberty, K. I. For sale by

::: w.NewYork: by with all the druggists people and everywhere.medicine dealers.For sale stock were guaranteed to insure the I ru-no- and am now well ..----.L. ...... to'. ves;!, a.*M Morlb WOOL JT/or tY co.H Hw. all druggist and medicine dealer,


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H{* INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- A DENTIST LAW SUIT. I

Dentists are -much disturbed over Indian River Real Estate AjjiTTTTTSVTTYIYR.

wetLY JOURNAL DKTOTBD TO THS DETBLorvRXT -
or TUB IKDUH RIVER LARK the fact that Judge Townsend!, In J

WORTH AKD BlflOAVNK BAT HEOTIOKR.PUBU8HKD the United States Court, New York, II I I FLA.YOU .

has rendered n decision In favor of II I POWDER

KVEIiV FJUnAY the Internntloniil Crown Co., us ABSOLUTELY PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In

( against l James Orr Kyle, a dentist. j paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at n.
CHARLES 11 WAi/rof, Editor & 'raprtetortDieenallnuance once
The decision welch affects almost Makes the food and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
more delicious sales will probably be made this winter by this
\ all of the dentists in the United I gjp: Many Agency. shy a
(
of advu. mild >e made personally .
confirms the of seal M.eM/ewnce SO.,MW tee.l
States validity PAt-
at thin' ofllce or by writing. yours.PINEAPPLE
ents hold! by the Inlernntiniuil "LANDS, near railway and river, per._acre $2.00 to $10.00
I ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $:l.W to ':lll.IU per acre.
Check etc., may lie mad payable, to CHAIU.EK Tooth Crown Company, Oil ull oj; Beautiful tract 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile
H. WALTO.publlsher and proprietor.Address THE great inland of Borneo gives us the present ipqulry Is concerned the north of pj
oration known is "tnfll h crown Gallic first class for pineapples and vegetables. Price
indications of being of the rich chief one related to he limits of the ; oranges $1,000.
all communications to and "bridge work." Although the one newly acquired territory. The boundary ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusvllle. Will\ pay $1.Quo it,;
eat petroleum fields in the world.
expired during the litigation between the United States and Texas year and $2,0.10 next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE patents the Boring in various/ places has met was the subject of contention. So firm HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusvllle, from $5 to $25; per acre.
TlTCSVILCB FW.UDA. the decision confirms right with brilliant 8u'cessand one company wets the United States authorities In One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, gust,

r -- I of complainant company to col. has begun to build their belief that the Louisiana Purchase pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $uo0.0O.Grain .
a refinery.
U. S.Iepartnientof Agriculture I lect royalties on, nil infringemcifts Consul Everett writes from Batavia covered West Florida that In 1811 troops
coyering the whole existence of the were ordered to take possession. -=
Weather lliireim-Jupiter, Fin. patents. The history the litigation that "petroleum, coal, marble Another Important question involvedin :r E :8. :80-c.reS7:
(
precious metals and diamonds have the acquisition of Florida related to
shows the determined (
The following is A comparative statement fight been discovered. Wood and water the indemnification of American citizens
of tftnperaturo!>' and rainfall for the made against practically, the whole whose vessels and commerce had been
plentiful and the real.
week ending Tuesday, Aug. M, 181W. dental fraternity of the country by are only spoliated by Spanish subjects, or by the Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal am(
difficulties) labor and
'-1S9MAX. -1808- one man, resolved to defend what are climate. French In the harbors Spain. Asearlyas ,
DATE. MIX.til MAX. Mm. The former is being solved by importing IfsftJ Spain formally recognized the
2 80 h5 71 he declared were his rights.: ( In ( : coolies from China and validity of these claims, but year after Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fresl
both sides nearly 1000.000 has without settlement. February -
3 88 81 80 79 year passed
Java and for the climate
4 88 74 80 80 been spent in the legal: struggle.: ; as one 22, 1810! a treaty was concluded at
r 88! 73: 87 70 must he JI" careful as possible and Washington./ Its title indicates the all the time.

{o 01 70 88 70 trust to luck." character of the question involved. It

7' 1)3 70 80 74 PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. is known as a treaty of "amity, settlement Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man i'.

8 1)0 74 83: 74trace. Dade County Forging Ahead. and limits., During this period beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry., Write for quotation

Total rainfall for the 'w '('k: Owing to the outbreak of yellow of the twenty Florldas years had Spain's been feeble jurisdiction and over they Lowest cash prices.

1 Departure from normal rainfall for the ; fever at. Hampton, Phoebus and A bit of Dade county history may be were overrun with lawless Indians and Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Inches
week minus 1.1)5) Departurefrom
normal: rainfall since 1 other (places in Virginia, our state Interesting to the many reader of the blacks, fo the greatinjury of the people
January ,
Times-Union and Citizen the MIami of this living near the border.
says country
health
minus 5.01 Inchon. officer Dr. Joseph Y. Porter,
respondent; While It reads likea General Jackson's invasion followed.Spain's .
.1. W. CKONK, Observer. has been on the alert, and has tak. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
i fairy: tale, the facts are taken from the troubles were many during: : ,
---- en all necessary precautions to I II county tecords. In the year 1879 there these twenty years. Her colonies in

By request of some of our down I guard against refuges: from the were but thirty-five registered voters in South America were In revolt; Mexico

river readers we 1 publish the new above infected places, entering the real county and personal The assessed property was valuation$12TOO.of cern Including to the Texas mother, was country the subject for the of same con- CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES<< COAL ,TAR PLASTER
Florida. An order has been made ,
liquor luw in full on 6th page of In 'he year 1888, nine years later, the assessed reason. The desire of the United States ,
this issue. against! the selling of tickets to per valuation, of real and personal to possess the Floridas save Spain the
i / sons from the infected locality, and property amounted to $369,484. The opportunity to Insist that before cession Agent (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

Dr. Porter has issued the following, piesent year ((1800)! ) the assessed valuation the United States should manifest them- .
OUR pauper list is slowly butt of real and personal property in the selves as opposed to the recognition of W- Write for Samples and Prices.
which will that
require any person amounted to $2J01,8'J7.( The Governments her
surely increasing, us will! be seen county Independent among
by a perusal of ,Drevard CountyCommissioners' desiring: to reach Florida must havea population has Increased from 175 In South American possessions This Government Old 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan Street
C certificate showing whence he 1888 to nearly 10,000 in the year 180! !). however, through all the years ,,
report on our 3rd or she came : The bulk of this increase has been during maintained a policy of strict; neutrality. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
page. the last four years, or since the When the treaty of February 22, 1819,
"Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 3, 1809.! -To Florida East Coast Hallway was extended was concluded it seemed that the long
WHY is it nut papers are so concerned all Railroads Steamboats and other tit Miami. During this period a large contentions were at an end. But before
over Wm. Waldorf Astor ? Transportation companies, and the Pub- number of the counties in the state have that treaty was ratified by the Spanish
lic Generally: Notice Is hereby given been losing many citizens, and the valu sovereign there was yet to be a diplomatic MeMurray & Baker
Is he the only man in the world that no person or poisons from Hampton, alien has been decreasing. The strides battle the details of which, recorded ,
who has changed his nationality ? Phoebus or other Virginia points contiguous that Dade County has made forward in in American State papers, are

Fie, Bro. Editors. Willie has the thereto, from whence cases of yel the last four years have been almost mi well worth reading The King of Spainwas 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.i .
so let him enjoy it wherever low fever are now, or may hereafter be raculous. The development of this not disposed to ratify the treaty,
money reported, will\ be admitted Into the Stateof country has hardly begun. The next notwithstanding, his Minister had come ::EIcadq'U.ar'ters For :-
he pleases. Florida, unless possessed of certificates ten years will show a much more rapid to Washington with full powers. Filled
of Immunity to yellow fever, signed by settlement than the past ten years. with Indignation at the almost certain

KANSAS CITY wants the next an officer of the United States Marine prospect of a refusal to ratify, the American Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle
Hospital Service. Minister at Madrid, John Forsythe, ,
,
MRS. FLAGLER
DECLARED ,
Democratic National convention, "All passengers from the North and addressed the Spanish Secretary of State, ,

and her citizens have already sub- East are advised to procure traveling or INSANE. declaring that Spain dare not refuse. and S'iunc1.riots.:

scribed $31,000: for the purpose oft identification certificates ere starting for This, be said, was not 'to be considered

securing it. This liberal start on Florida, In order to establish their Iden Justice Fitzgerald, in the Supreme as a threat. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put wheelsat
on you
tity, point of departure and residence Court, Mew York, on Sunday, confirmed "Threats, he added, "are used by
the the MIssourians
part of : lets during past ten days the report of the commission appointedto conclous weak 6ss, not by concious short notice.
Brovard county out of the race. "JOSEPH Y. PORTER, M. D., inquire with a shorltFs jury, into the strength. I know too well the abun-

State Health Officer of FJoiida. mental condition of Mrs. Ida A, Filler, dant resources, the expanding: power
the wife of -M. 'of theStandud and youthful vigor of my country to de-
Henry Flaglor,
THE oldest living democrat in the her character by using languageunworthy HAMMOND PACKING
grade
A has been Oil Company, ,says the, New : CO.
United States, of any prominence, i NEW evening paper York Journal. of it; if not by my respect for
is said to be the Hon. James W. started in Jacksonville-The Even- Mrs Flagler's; estate is given as being Spain, I should be prevented by the fear (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co:)

Bradbury, of Augusta, Maine, who Ing Call. Its initial number made worth $1,379,000, and her husband who of the deserved resentment of my coun- OUR SPECIALTIES :
t its at the ADVOCATE of- Is appointed by Justice Fitzgerald as try; I should not be easily forgiven for
was born in that state in 1805 and appearance
committee of her person and estate is condescending to say how she would "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
s passed his 94th) birthday a week fice, Tuesday, as a four-page, seven directed to give a bond of $2,800,000 for punish an act of perfidy. It Is by-her "Coin Special" canned
ago. :i Mr.< Bradbury's father is said column paper, which was full of the due performance of his duties. acts, and not by the railings of her MinIsters meats. I

to have como from Liverpool, Eng. interesting reading matter. On Mrs. Flagler; Is at present and has for that she will bo known to those" "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
the whole, the evening Call looksas some time been an inmate of Dr. C 'at los who violate the faith pledged to her. "Calumet" leaf lard.
F. Macdonald's sanitarium, at White After nearly two years of persistent effort -
WIIEIIE is (the Englishman that if it were going to be a credit to Plains Mr. Flagler l is at Mount Arlington dining which the United States Homemade pure lard.

invented liquid-air, who can cool a Jacksonville, and will, ere long, 'runa N. J., for the summer. Dr. Mac- seriously contemplated taking forcible "Peerless"
close race'with the Metropolis.In donald testified before the, sheriff's jury possession of the ceded territory, ratifi- compound lard .sausages
house with u few drops of his precious cation the Spanish Goverment was secured and all Packing House Products. Florida
the first paragraph of its salutatory that Mrs. Flagler was suffering from by Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
compound ? Send him down its editor defines the chronic delusional Insanity and imagined October 21, 120 Ferdinand VII
this way, and we will make him I. policy that she was persecuted. gave the royal assent to the treaty. Under -
of the Call as follows : its terms the Floi'Idas became ours

only welcome freezes in our a few homes-even of our mosquitoes if he- "The Evening Call, with this Its first Capt. C. F. Fischer left here, Tues and the western above referred boundary to were aud all settled.the WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plunk rJ
journalism questions
Issue, enters the arena of with
day for New York, and points in Connecticut -
that arrived during the past the ardent spirit of youth bnt with the The one which was the of "-

J week or two. grim determination of the veteran of this article, relates to the payment for Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Sheet fI
many battles, to present cleanly and disinterestedly Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine Florida.It Roofing,
to the public Its views all services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal is commonly said that the Florldas
HERE is another theory advanced questions that are vital to the welfare on of church, Titnsville, on Sunday next. cost us $$5,000,000/ money, and so they Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water clos!.
which may be of interest to bald our people The Call will be Democratic This will be his last service in this town did, but this sum was not paid to Spain, ,
!headed always faithfully and advocating until ho returns from his vacation. except indirectly. Hy the eleventh article etS and wash
people. Dr. Sabourand, a supporting. of the treaty the United States agreed Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tillei:
the laws of Its
party's conven
French physician has reached the -Impure water la the cause of much
to not exceeding! $5,000,0'10 for discharging -
lions. The State of Florida is pay
conclusion that our sovereign sickness Remedy this by getting a flue this 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
baldness is the claims of citizens .of
contag- and we will sing her praises and
filter from Claude: Walton 'l'ltus\Ihe. '
ious, and that it is caused by a light her battles with the devotion that ,I countiy against :rspulu. It was contemplated JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

specific microbe which is passed the true son feels to Ills Stute. by the treaty that the payment
The ADVOCATE joins in wishing ACQUISITION OF FLORIDA. should be in cash or in six per cent.
around by means of barber's im- stock out of the ptoceedsof
L plements. The remedy, probably, Editor: McNamee and the Sunday sales ,of payable lands in Floi'Ida; but I the General FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
It took to Florida
is to cut your hair, or let it go Call every prosperity.THE hardly mute twenty than years as many acquire months to; Government assumed the payment of the

uncut gain possession the much greater ter- claims sue of stock and borrowed known as money the four-and-one upon an Is. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale HollSO1
ritory of J..olIlslaolWheo this
declaration attributed to century half-pcr-cent* loan of 1824. The course ,
A NEWSPAPER combine has taken began the Mississippi was the western
Admiral that of the Government in this instance
Dewey our next war was
boundard of the United States. On the
place in St. Augustine. The Daily would be with Germany, has provoked south, oeparatlug the present Status of opposed, among other things, on the Mosquito Netting, made and unmade fine' mesh. Sandfly Netting and Scree
Herald and Weekly News are now ground that Florida was not worth the Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton in all DUIt
Alabama and from
considerable Georgia
discussion Mississippi
"a land of sand hers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases old t tt
,
paid
being
into I money, heaps, or new ones. Special attention
merged one Editors: Hopkinsand the Gulf were the Floi'Idas, East and
throughout the United States. It mosquitoes, frogs, serpents and alliga correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealer
:Mann are now out of the newspaper was an indiscreet thing for Deweyto West. They then belonged to Spain..claimed That tors." In the end, stock to the amount corporations and hotels. Anything usually\ kept by storekeepers in our line It

business, and they say they say, If he did say it, for this practically Kingdom two-thirds possessed of our, present or area of $5,000,000)( was Issued and sold at par. have in stock. Liberal terms and! liberal treatment.

arc not sorry for it. It is stated does lu addition to the Florldas all\ Its redemption was begun in ISIfl: and
nearly BENEDICT
country not want a war with completed In 1833 while from 1824 POLLAK & CO.,
to
that the Herald and News plants that extent of which lies
Germany or any other big power. great country 1835 claims of American citizens against 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
between the and the Pacific.
etc., were purchased by :Mr. D. JI.. Mississippi
We have one on our hands now, Spain amounting to $1.097.572.1! : were -
In 1800 Spalu parted with a portion of --
Thompson, a former attache of the ld.-Phl1adeIIJ'till\ enlng'POlOt.. -
which we are anxious to get rid of that great territory France. Three J1
Internal Revenue ofllceat Jacksonville In the Philippines The United years later France sold It to the United
JOHN
R.
for the sum of $5,700. We States is a big country ; It Is sparce- States The Louisiana Purchase, the IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and WALKER,
wish :Mr. achievement that it brought a host duiuMe. and
Thompson every successin settled and was Quickly easily put on.
his new venture. ly our persuits shouldbe of troubles to our now Republic. Some Tiioa. O. WATTS & Co., DEALER: IN -
those of peace instead of war. were of a domestic character, but> so far Jacksonville, Fla.

Would that we had a tithe of the Millinery Ribbons Laces Etc. Etc.
Veiling
THE British government still re. money spent upon' the present war ,

fuses to liberate the American WOe diverted towards good roads for Mc ::!;immoris:: : &:, Fitch
,
man, Mrs. Ma)'brick, who is confined Florida.
in prison in England, having JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA.All Kinds of Cool Terpeue'y

been convicted of murdering her county now in a very Grocers and Commission Merchants.DKAK Drinks; Fruits In Season
husband in 1889. The English: WYour: patronage solicited.
healthy condition, and we do not SIR:-We quote you a few prices below, and when In need of the following articles
Judges say that Queen Victoria nor want any epidemic to reach us. scud ui your order. we make a specialty of Mall Unlers. JOHN. R. WALKER,

anyone else can liberate her.. She Florida Health Notes, the official PRICE LIST: Titusville, F1a.

was convicted of poisoning her bulletin of Florida's Best Flour, per bhl........................ f ".211 Green ColTue, per lb ..........,....,. .. .8, .10 =---
State Board of Of u half bhl.:. .. ...............,. :SJ.30 Arbuckle.Cuaeeperib..................3.12y -
husband and she must serve out Health, referring to the health of Of Of W-lb. Sack........,....... ... :2.23 Tea. perlb...................... ........... .35 ,
her sentence like other crimin.al Orlu, per ........ .. ........... IW Lard,compound, iel.... ...... ....... 05 ESTABLISHED: 1852.3T .
any the county, says : "There has beena ". Meal .. .. ..,............. 1.10 l.ard.l.ureJlerlb .... .................... .8 : Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in .J
no matter what their standingmay in the wheat ........ ........ 1.23.1.1 Tomatoes beans, per doa ........... Chicago.
be in general Improvement healthof ,. Coru" .................... 1.00 I't-achen,3-lb.cans, I"'rdol.| .....,...; i.oo?
society. The law must the people of this county duringthe Out n .. ...... ............ 149 T.blel."a.cbe..a-Ib.can..lerdoa.. ........ iso
take its course. Ambassador llran" I' ................u: die Corn,2Ib.cansi.erdua ........ .00
month. The continued droughthas /4 ............ M linked Itoaus,3-lb.cans, perdoz ........, joo T. RANDALL & CO.
Choate has interested himself in been broken rains lirightCSBealpersack| ,........... l.OS ..... ............. .45
the woman's behalf by in the tleal.'erllllztor, :zoo-lbs ................... 3.00 Aalr2004b11p5rsack.. ... ..............,. uo
P but without early part of the month ; which still llay.percwt .. ....... ...... ........ ..... 85 Matches per gross..............'.......... .4ft ,
avail. If she serves her full timeit lIel' n 8 did Crackerssoda perlb .. ............ ..
continues, and the weather is cool 4. Hams per\be..i! 10 'rlcken.lemon.perlb...............?....,6y406 OO ::1\I.trSSrON: : : :
will not expire until 1909. It er and climatic conditions ShoulSere.perlb.. .. ................. Olnger Snaps, per Ib.. ................... .06 ,
seems that life now satisfactory 41 RIce, 'er lb ..................... ..... 6.CAa: Octairon Soap,per dOl..................... 43
a term over there is There is no epidemic of flranulated Sugar, j> rlb ............... 6M }'earllnelll1rdo........................... 43 Early Vegetables Melons 'Fruits and Southern Profit*
computed at 20 years. If Mrs. any kind" TooLhIloItTob&coo.II'" lb........... ..... ,47 1'otaah per doe....... ..................... .43 ,

Maybrick was guilty of the crime Send ut your order and make u* your conslfnuieits. We Invite correspondence. ': eLhplots n Spocl.n1'ty.:

the punishment does not appear to Please write us whenever you fail to l\IoTUUJO 13:, IT.C,nTCIl.19, 23 South Ocean St.. GIve as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern *' *5
1 be excessive. receive the ADVOCATE. JACKSONVILLE, FLA press Co.i Florida shippers on application. Also state remittance made In >'
Ir: Spot cub buyers of Hide,Furs Wool aud Alligator Skin. York, Exchange, or express orders ,
,, money on which there Is no exchange.





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C. IT. Casper Banyan.was up our way Sunday. JXZXFERTI I L lZ E R-'S. .


}Ir. and Mrs.! J. M. Field spent Sun .

day and Monday In Banyan

C. L. Stewart and family were visitIng :
In Eau Gallie on Sunday 'SPECIAL PRICES

visiting Mrs George In Banyan./ Houston and children are (f)


Messrs. Houston and Henderson are : O.a.


up Sheriff the Banana Brown's this many week. friends down ] ..PineapPlT I: Gro"'VVers.. J4

here hope to hear of his speedy recovery.
Hd
t Two manatees may be seen most r.l
day !feeding along near the shore. Their any .3L.11 .4.rou.n.d. DF'ortlllzor .
feeding ground stems to be from'Tron- HB' Price $25.00. Before buying the following Materials 1 he sure and apply to I.LJGUAltAffoKD

Ic to Drantlt').
i ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will\ prove to you we can save you money

Molntnra................................... ......... .. .. ...... .......... ...... It to 10 STEAMED HONE HAW HONK,
City Beautiful. ................,..- ... .... ................... 8 to H ,
Equal Sulphate ofAmmonla... .............. ................ ..............20 to 2H/ BLOOD AND HONK: ACID IMIOSrifATK
r Avallahle I'honphorlo Acid..... ............................................... 5 to 8 ,
TL DIT -
Rqual to Hone 'bophateol Lima.................... ........................ II to 13 DISSOLVED: HONK :NITUATE OF :SODA
)fr. and Mrs. Post returned on Thurs 1'otaohKaO: ....................... .............................. ...u., ... (1\ to 6 ,
? day, the 4th Inst. from their Equal to Sulphate' of lntaiih..i. .......... ... ............ ............:.. 9 to 10 8UL1MIATK OP AMMONIA TOIUCCO
Washington.City I visit to Magnesia' LimeSoda, etc .......... ......................./......... .......11II to 60W STEMS E-I
; E-I Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON :SEED MEAL, IIAUDWOOD ASHES,
Beautiful Is
looking fresh and COTTON: SEED HULL ASHES, KAINtT. AND I'OTASHES.
verdant the pretty green tops being puton B1P Special: Mixtures compounded) with machinery at very low 0
by those sturdy Southern trees makes

SLIIEiwanted all nature appear quite reviving just H prices. .


now.Mr.. and Mrs. J. F. Batchelor, child and Plonso Correspondvith tin before boing induced to buy from Dc nlol' Send for .

trained nurse are at Miss Simpson's cottage Pamphlet. Pi
near the postoffice, and are enjoying hi
the sea breezes. Panasoffkee, Mr.
LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
Batchelor's place of business, is about :SO ,
,
miles from Ocala.

There are cheap excursions from here ,
J'aclLaors.vill: Florid.a.: .
,
to St. Augustine, Jacksonville and neigh-

boring cities, weekly, and the people -._-- -- ---. -_. --- ..- -- -
generally are profiting by them and enjoying 1
them, Instead of grumbling and Melbourne. I the ADVOCATE Is the paper to advertise Hockledgo; some attraction for Jim
staying! at home, Is the rule light( now. In. Give It a trial. down there. FILTER YOUR WATERAND
Enclose stampfor
Salesman The stores in Daytona and City Beau James A, Hudson has some cassava Our county treasurer spent :Sunday:
partioulars. OOODE & OOODE-Real Estate and Ix>ann.
which looks fine with Uncle Tout's folks.
tiful close every Thursday afternoon Agent for .''ttna. London and Liverpool nrtilolie AVOID DANGER,

'ill straighten Curly and Kinky Hair during the summer months. The clerks ( and Imperial Fire Innuranco. 81'0C'11I1attC'lItion Stanley Kltchiug killed a lift rattler! .\. A. Stewart and sister, were visiting : .
pail to tho 'Interests of non rent-
with their wives sweethearts and families ---- -
without injury to the scalp or hair. dents. Monday: morning \1 r. and Mrs. T.A. Johnson, )last Sun

the beach take this to enjoy occasion surf to bathing come over and to a The sloop Lnd.ve Agnes, cr"h''Ii'All tiny I No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Res

jam Subset I ptions for the AHVOOATE, far the Sebastian \ .Jerome Fenster has his wood
river
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX. dance or two at the pavilion.MalabarTillman.. as on Sunday given
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be hauling contract to John Coward, of idence should bo without the Anti-

.................. ........ .. .............................y.. received at tho Melbourne Postofllco. liev. W. A. Louder preached hero last Minis.
Sunday evening Germ Water Filter.
: Our church looks linn In coat of
a new
ti Kink.Endorsed Robert Roberts has returned home
n Dr. L. A. Peek made a professional from Miami. pRint, the work being done by Messrs. I

.................................................................... Miss Lizzie visit to Grant last Sunday.Will Johnson, Gardner mid others.
Benson of Valkaria visited
Fritz Light Is building a new racer to
by the United States Health friends here on Sunday. Jackson presented his sister, An- be launched in a few days. The young and old folks expect to give F.
Reports. nie with a beautiful new wheel. Uncle Shad nmirpilno party on Thurs
John
Clohecy, of Tillman, was visiting Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sun- day night, In honor of hiM 70th birthday
ARRAGH & RICH, New.York, friends at Malabar, on Saturday. Last Wednesday morning Mr. Pea- day morning. Please be on time.
body's schooner from Tibbals was an- Lightning struck Uncle Tom John .
Sole Manufacturer B. Becking shipped several crates of Our the son's house afternoon about
chored off the city dock. sportsmen are busy discussing on Tuesday "
fine pineapples from the DoVinno. plan- chances of the Columbia and Shamrock. 4 o'clock, tearing away the top of the
tation on Saturday. Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, came chimney and considerable of tho weather

Jensen. R. A. Conkling and family of the "Sil- up Tuesday to spend a few days with There will\ boa>regatta here Saturday boarding, celling, etc., burning/ a hole
between the 20 footers. The Ida
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode. a now
In a that Uncle Tom held In
ver Oaks, were visiting the family of flyer modeled by R. G. Hardce and built newspaper
Rev. C. L. Howell on Sunday.Mrs. The Misses Llllle Robertson, Annie by Houston & Co., of Eau Gallle, will his hand reading$ also breaking tho chair

Harry W. Richards, of Eden, has completed II. C. Starke was called to Jensen and Jessie Goode spent a few days of enter.A he was sitting In, tearing away the mantle I
last week at Melbourne Beach with and destroying everything on It ;
the erection of a windmill\ for R., ,
last Tuesday to see her daughter Mrs. flash of lightning of wind thence along tho wall and lloor.
to Ricou, which will furnish water for Mrs. Chas. Oslin, enjoying the surf bath- a gale passing
jtbe fish-houses. Wolfe, who is very ill. and a boat without ballast\ were what tearing up the matting In another room, Wator being clear and sparkling Is no

Mrs. C. W. Bolton was suddenly calledto Ing.S. Walter Stone had to contend with Mon- and tore away partof u leg of a bedstead proof It Is pure. Well or cistern water
The three cottages being built by Mr. Grant last Thursday to nurse her sister Shear and two daughters$ of Day- day, but only for an Instant, as Walter's on which his daughter wan lying; thence that I U full\ of typhoid l fever and malarial
Phillips for J. L. Jensen are about com Mrs. Robt. Smith, who Is very ill. tona, stopped over hero Sunday en route boat capsized and he was soon over passing on through the kitchen, raising, germs may be ixn.fectly clear
leted. We understand application for for down-river points. They saw big board hanging on for life. The Evelyn part of the floor;, and out through tho IM your drinking or cooking water
[renting them has been received and as Frank Idner, a prominent young man Improvements In Melbourne since last went out and brought; Walter ishoro. window. Strange; to say no one was muddy or cloudy f Readily cleanse It
many more could. be leased. if they coulde of West Palm Beach, who has been visiting visit bere.Addison. hurt except Undo Tom had his lofthand from all earth, sand, insects or all mite.
Miss Hudson left for her
> had. friends at Tillman returned home on May Tuesday quite badly burned. while puttingout In the bad
Fee Is building on his New home In' Pine Bluff Ark. ) water you uo smelling or
stopping en
Monday.A / the fire caused by tho lace curtains Is It too much trouble clean
P to
Mr. LeFills, representing Benedict, Haven lot. This is one of the prettiest route at St. Augustine In Miss Hud tasting
Pollack & Co., of Jacksonville spent last large party of our young people was spots in town and Mr. Fee has just son's departure, Sebastian looses a Igniting. All had a .miraculous escape out, I the clNtetn or well its oMen! ns should

Sunday in our burg. Our stores are recognizing sailed over to the Beach on Sunday after planted a number of shade trees In frontof charming/ young lady, who had a host of .-- by ? h the drainage from house, stable

the necessity of keeping amore noon by Capt. Eddie Arnold of the it. friends that were sorry to see her /go, Fort Pierce. or privy dangerously near your water

H complete line of dry goods than "Racket." Capt. John Houston, of Eau flallle\ and we hope that It won't be long before supply Have so had us to make mnlnila you anxious ?
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|they have in the past. Geo. Damon, our "champion croquet was in town Monday. We are worry tohear she pays another visit to Indian River lamlly you lately nml typhoid{leullxed or that the wnter1I1I1.d your

The hottest weather of the season put player," has won the medal as domino : of the Illness of some members of and the Land of Flowers. Mr. SnvarcMo, and friend, were hero nllYe\ rcunoiiMlilo for It ? Then

Jin an appearance the end bf last week, champion also, he and Miss Gene howell his family, but hope all will soon bo \ this! week, Interviewing our fish doalcts., / got/ a LITTLE IWOWN JUG FILTER ..

[interspersed with a liberal supply of winning:; six out of the eight games welt. -Do you want to buy or soil propertyon Our town linn been Invaded the Init' at Its low popular price, and you are
j mosquitoes and an occasional instalment played at the "Forest. Home" last Wed The Llte'rary society met last Friday Indian River" ? If you do, write the few days with largo minion of crabs of silt. It will I I I lemove IlIIplIl'lth's.UrThcy .

I of sand flies, which effectually prevents nesday evening: evening at the home of Mrs. II. O. Sm-n- Indian Hlver Real Estate Agency, Titus all descriptions.Goss are only $1,2.1 each, amid will

I the religions tone of our community Frank Idner, of West Palm bench, eker. A nice program was tendered. vllle, Fla. tel page ... Tucker left for Jacksonville, II\Mt" llfo-llmt'I When willing for In*
[from being quite up to the standard.I gave a phonograph and steropticon entertainment Song;, Mrs. Mack; Piano solo, Miss Mollie Tuesday, on the excursion, for 1fow formation deists Inclose stamp.. Alt or-

note with pleasure that there Is a at the school house on Sat- Brown; Recitation, Miss Molllo Nicholson days dell must be accompanied by cash.
I movement on foot in Pennsylvania look- urday evening being assisHted by Oapt."Bill" ; Heading, Mrs. H. W. GoodoSong, Cocoa.
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Mrs Johnson accompanied by her For particulars, apply to the agent,
ling to the humane adoption of the style Glover All seemed to enjoy It Mrs. Chas. Campbell; Heading, Homer
I of allowing men to wear shirt waists. very much, and evidently believes in the Conkling; Reading, Miss Jennie Tupper. mother and ulster time\ loft for New York, CLAUDE\ L'l'UN, Tltusvlllo, Fla.
I This should especially appear to Florida old Proveib "laugh and grow fat," and After the reading Frank Idner. of West R. J. Peck, is visiting a sinter at Orlando Tuesday, to spend summer -

missionaries who are trying to save our "so do I." Palm Reach, kindly entertained the Society this week, expecting soon to move .Mrs. Iepew and two sons, left for THY

souls; for no man feels like going out to A quiet little wedding was solemnizedat with a number of tine pieces of to Miami. Jacksonville, Tuesday.Mr. ... . ...
music, speeches, etc., on his road I phone,
be saved with the thermometer at 00 degrees the residence of C. L. Howell, on Sun- Louis Cherry, the jeweler went to
an Invention of his own, which was enjoyed Davies Is working at Jensen, on
in the shade with a "biled" shirt day morning at 11 o'clock ; Mr. Lou. II. all Jacksonville on the excursion last Tues tho church "
by present.
and ft coat on. Who knows but what Wells of Grant, to Miss Queenie Lath- day. 4 OROW"NI
being forced to wear coa's is responsiblefor ram, of "O.ik Lodge;" Rev C. L. Howell Frank Hell paid Titusvllle a visit on
the many sins which the bold, bad officiating. Only a few friends were In Rockledge. The practice of the Cocoa Gun Club Tuesday.

man Is accused of, Instead of the perver- vited. The bride and groom are both goes menlly on, at the Club grounds, Miss Laura Colo Is spending a few
sity of his nature ns supposed. At least well known on Indian River, and their near the depot. days at Cocoa

he should be allowed to try the shirt many friends, join in wishing them a Will Singleton: left last week for West Mrs. H. M. ,Packer, and daughter .Butter.
waist cure before being/ deemed beyond happy voyage through life. They left P.ilm Death whets he has received a position (trace, accompanied by Miss Evelyn The Rev, Mr. Lane hold services In tho .

redemption.Our on the northbound train Tuesday, to \ In the meat market. Travin, were among/ the excursionists to Methodist cliuich lest Sunday morning ,
Jacksonville their future home. Jacksonville last: and evening/ to large congiegntlons.!
make : Tuesday
burg Is somewhat disturbed over MINK Eva MoDaulel, whose illness was .
the report that a saloon is to be established noted In last week's ADVOCATE, died Minn Daisy; Johnson, who has been Mr. Fred! Hurtetitotie had! A stroke of and you Will have

\ here but judging; from tho general [Send the ADVOCATK an order for any Wednesday, Aug.; 2nd, after three weeksof with F. E.: Clark, of Jacksonville, HS paralysis last holiday morning. Wo ate
sentiment of those with whom your job printing you need.] Intense suffering/ from peiltooitls. stenographer anduHitlNtant book-keeper, glad to say hols slightly better at present '
correspondent has talked on the subject Miss Eva spent five years of her child Is now with 8. .F, Travis& Co., of Cocoa. and hope to sets him up Inn few THE
it will never come with the consentof hood here, and by her sweet disposition days. BEST.
Chas. Hammond, we understand .
Judge
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the large majority of our citizens: and won many friends among both young
any man who forces himself or his business Georgiana.Mrs. and old. We tender her bereaved sistersour has.again become a Knight of the -Have you paid your subscription\ ?
on a community where he is not deepest sympathy. Black Diamond), and will\ make the bellows If not, please do so.If The Elgin Butter Co.
and the anvil resound with
roar
wanted-especially a saloon business are In search of bargains
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you ,
The Gun shoot on the 3rd attracted hU old ,
blows at
there is no language of condemnation Hughes was taken worse Saturday quite a crowd of I Intel'fJlt.cd! spectators heavier shop. read. the ADVOCATE/: columns carefully OF FLORIDA,
strong enough to apply to him. Wherea and Is quite sick again. Mis. Marcus Gould returned from a
member of the Tltuavllle
Although one -If about\
are to buy pineapple i
you
Jacksonville Florida.
saloon is wanted by the people, thenit visit of few months at (Savannah and -
becomes but Jen- Mrs. Owen and "Uncle Hughie" each club had figured It out that they were to a slips or puckers, read! time ads of those ,
sen a proper business;attendant, received barrel of fine pears from Peter win by just fourteen birds, he doubtless ValduKta, Georgia, on Tuesday. She who have them! for sale on Hlli page. JUT"Wholesale only.
wants saloon Its
no with and her son Willard were glad to get
realized the futility of his calculationswhen

week.
features corrupting whatever.influences and no redeeming They Wechter are, most of Jacksonville delicious.Mr. this the score was read out, Cocoa 125, back home to Florida. ___' _____ ______< _.. ,_ ____.__. .. .._.. .. .. n__ ________..__.___..__._______.____"

Titusvllle 103: awl tho banner was awarded Sam Chllds wife, and daughter/ who
Padget Hall and little son Sumner, to t lie Cocoa club. In the evening the have been down at St. Lucle for a monthat
USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE left Monday for their home near Lynne- the crowd went to Jndlanola, where a Senator Quay's place returned home

Stains-the best known wood preservative. vllle, Georgia. dance was given for them. In the party orj .!Sunday's train, Mr. Chllds! having/ The Monarch .of Strength isLION

TIIOS. C. WATTS & Co.. Chas. Carrlngton went over to Cocoa were Mr. and Mrs Waddell, Mr, and Mrs completed his work for which he went
'1 Jacksonville, Fla. Monday, to meet his wife who has been Dranning Misses Alice and Beatrice there
friends at New Smyrna for a fllw Sanders, Dessio Hall, Aline Brady Huth
visiting and Maud Hardee and Myra Williams, Rev. J. I.. Wilson, Sundav, Aug. 11th,
weeks.J. celebrated his fiftieth birthday. Capt.V. A
and Messrs. Pritchard Ronald, Waller,
Bahia. W. Bruner received another large Frank and George Walton, Thomas, Simmons ) I). Oliver, and Louis Cherry, the I
schooner load of lumber from the Bond and Magruder, jeweler, with Mrs. WlUon and daughter,
Miss Clara Otwell returned from Arte- Lumber Co..TltuHvllle, for his pineapple} Alllene enjoyed the occasion with some
sla' on Sunday last. shed which he Is building. delicious cake and Ice cream. t
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GIIUVUM Wanted. !WI Illlill1! 1f I
ThenvocATE office Is the place to Quite a number of our people! went up Agent, It.o'. Jones, and Operator,

Ret your job printing done.C. to last: Rockledge, Sunday, to the color The highest market price paid for Hamilton, of the F. E. C., were busy
church services, which were Tuesday, house-cleaning, and now, the
ed people's in any quantity Prompt remittances.
guavas
II. Mattsbn, of St. Lucie Is now en I Interesting. Seven candidates presented Address windows, walls\ and lloor of the passenger COFFEE.AIIIOLVTUIY
very ,
Based will In fishing with J, C. Boyer lIe themselves for baptism,and they, WAKUOCK <& Co., depot are as clean and bright as can
probably. remove his family to thill'paCe. with the two deacons and the minister, Jacksonville, Fla. be.
made ten all dressed alike In their long,

EL.. Porter, the efficient and reliable flowing baptismal robes of pure white, -If you want good results, you will .. cxI.
mall\) carrier on the Banyan and Brantley with caps of the same, marched two and Sebastian. find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver ( PI.IIUII.) x

mail route, is having his boat repainted two down into the beautiful Indian River tiling mediu\?. Its strength cornea from Its purity. It Is all puro coffeo.
, and generally overhauled. where they were baptised by Immersion shade freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages.
and assissted out and to the shore Ninety-four In the on Sunday. Each
.
{ The Postoffice has ordered LaGrange.Plenty package will make 40 cups. The pack.
the malls from Department Brantley and by the two deacons. Then there was a Our cousin, the mosquitoes, are on age Is sealed at tho Mills so that the aroma Is never
the after-
Banyan service at the church In
praise weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable
Tropic to thus the war path. -
this place, and '
come through
It was all very Interesting It Is
noon. strength. a luxury within tho roach of all.
je-establishlng the old system of trans- quite novel to most of our young people A heavy wind and rain-squall struck of rain and everything looking
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Premium List In
thing of the kind Monday well. every package.
who had never seen any us on
Cut out Lion'*
your Head and get
The "Kids" informed your correspondent before. Fritz Light left on the excursion on John Cantle surprised Jils friends, by valuable premium free.

that as they were sailing down the Tuesday for Jacksonville. coming home on a visit Sunday. .. not t... Ltoa fbpw In hi. itor.
Banana River, Sunday last, they saw a Grocer 114 .. hi. D..... (nil .11"C ... tbat *>.
monster alligator\ on shore, which rushed ir We would esteem the favor If our The schooner, Sunny South, stopped Henry Carlile hal been cutting wood If Your pl... II 0". ..'. tan. ** not -51'

into the water as saucily as If be readers, when writing or merchandise calling upon here, Monday.If for NIc Inca, this week. WUUUtuN.ubtltot. idea CO.. T.h.d... Ohio.'J. .

ay might' stew have for been dinner.,thinking of "plckanln- our etc.,advertisers would mention to purchase the ADVOCATE you. want to Mil)), buy or exchange, Jim Coats has gone on another trip to









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INI IAN RIVER \ UVOl A I'K AUGUST 11, 1899.

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e T"'under the provision .d* MM I".r
Florida Central & Peninsular
the applicant nr s1g( | ic-tii.. .' tin Florida East Coast Ry. Rid

an afDd.ivit giving' tIe imnn n.iimhodl )

persons who e'.ui|>"Mc K I r'Wpaiijor TIME TABLE NO. 81. IN EFFECT Jl/NB It. 18W. ;

partnership. Time Table In Effect Jane 11, 1899.c' .

Sec. 0 All taws and pmts, ..I, lit. S It SOt :S BOUND (Road Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).

Potash. conflict with this act, bl', sod ih.- Hume .o !!hellUSy huilj: td .
8TATIOY8. Dail o ,
= "' ; t> .
Ire heloby'el'oale'1., Ex.a y Ex m't16pl"i"ii o fla; 110 ::s...= e>.=cI) NORTItER.'i roL'iTS.OJO-::Q:; I.., ; !1.:== r a.
Sec. 7 This. act shall. take fffrct Immediately 4 Ll&ve...... ..... ..J..C'kMflnvllle............... Arrive iobba fly ); $ :; ) "' ) !1 ..';"I a- x j.a .!- .'.
'l. NOUCH of It must be'r4 I- 116p 108u Arrive.....;.........bt.AUInl"tlne..............Leave eai 91trM A If" 0:1: -= M 'i
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E ,upon Its passage and approvalby 6 'IO IJ(> (, ............... AugIIHtlne..Arrtvo IIl\p!\ 940& 0 = 3na T4. 11 Lv Titusville F CAi' 3iwtp ...::..
contained in fertilizers, -= a57pI1lIK .. .... ...., ...., ..Ha.tlntre.. ... ...... .......Lssve 600p 004& """ 0' t 4's!' .... a 2mp Lv. fit. AUJln.tlne AI'' ..... 10\Oa:
the Governor. C Btl7ptiT Arrive.. ..... ... ... .... alstka) ....... .. ... lAave Htp 82000 tl.....8 ', .. .. 4:1Op.: .. .. 820a .. ?. 74'tp Lv..Jaclc'(Jn'fUle..Ar... .. Ilona.. ,
otherwise failure will surely -Ir114hpIOiIB..ve.- > .... .. Dion ... .. 621"1' 9110I\ .. 8rip Lv...... uIee..Ar .. .. 81113.. Ff flq
F .... ........ l ... .. .. : Ar..Fernantllna..Lv..... 61"'P'' hi,
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result. Sec that it Is there. The Wiser Way. SSA' .... Arrive..... .. ......f\an lateo. .. .. .... ....Lel\ve :.. .. 8111\ d g.s .. .. II/WI'iWJ'/ .. :.:: I/JMI\ :. ., 95/ip/ Ar.... Everett .....Ar .... .. 8Ma. 1 leP:: i>n
Nora1\ M ,.... .j.i' ve.. ...............8ao 3lateo. .. ... ....... ..Arrlve 7116-1' 0 : II .. ... ... .. .... .. 11 3.>a............ ..Ar. ..Savannah. ..Lv...... .liMa. 4nnp'
'': books tell all about "How fresh and rosy you look, o II 11 ale ]C8 v..... ... .. .. .. ;':':':: Qy .. .. ... 1227'1- .. ... 11/101'/ Ar:.. ...Lv ...... 114.'ia.. '
Our ........ EaMt Palalka. .. ....... Le"ve 6l11p: 4k&+ x .. ..
... Savannah. .Ar ...,
exclaimed Isabel, who had just returned .. .... .. .... ...... ,i'OOI) 123ti1) ... .. i15'a Lv. bnea U 4ta q It
o iii 743p IIlIIlp: ............... .Ormond.............. .. 847p :& ? ""' FalrfaxS C..Lv .,5..
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fertilizers They are sent from the beach, and ,was greeting hei E4kt Iy 765p 1000p .........,...... .Daytona ................ 8811p 1 9 2201' .... IMa Ar.. .... llOOa fIlIa: I t254a I
friend. : ellJ IJllp 118p ...............Port rl\n.r.. ........... ... 8t1p: $ 61a olio p .:: : : : ::: .:: 10301, 304p ... 242* :: .Denmllrk'JC, :: .. ..308a 310a IOa438p ,
'f .... .... .. ...... .. .. ..... ..... 8Ma .... la
IMp
lI2flp .......... .Newl'\myrna. .. ..... 8 asp lna
to all farmers applying nllII ColuImhtaS.C. "
free "Yes, dear: ," replied Nora,'"I am feelIng w .. .............. Onk Hill.. ................ 22'lp oils := w '' '' ...... .. .. .. .. .. 43Ca: .... 1247a... 10"N I
splendidly, and mama says I havean ) .2 9a0j atsp. ..................TltWlvUle................ 145p .101....= ....;.. .... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 112:18: artanhurjtSC" .. .... bat14ap .P. .
: for them. II .. ... ...... Asheville. N. C" ...... 2 .. I I.
t .. BUlIp ...... ... 0 .. ... .... ... .. "'P. ..
1 alarming: appetite. jI 0.: III a,.,. IIU/p ....unuuum uu..iu..OltyPoint.n..u.u.... .................. IfIj'p.7.... : Sii ..... ...... .. ... 840p: ....'. 81"1/\ Charlotte, N. C. .... 81 iSa
x / "Where In the world have you been hs: ...... 841p .I .................Rockledga. 104p. ... z: ..... ...... .. .... 10 lOp .. .. 1047a Salisbury,N.C. .:.... 82.P. ,. .. 84Sa
T3RMAN KAU WORKS, since I saw you ?" S i ...... 412o .................Entt Gallle............ II .... t, II .. .. .. ...... ..... l12i'p. .. 121Up Greensboro, N. C .". ...... '120P 1\IOa\: 1
Nuiaa St.,New York. "I have remained at home replied r.I: < nun 421p "0 ...... .......Melbourne................ 1224p ... II .... .... .. ...... 12311. .. ... I3np Danvllle; Va. ..... OiP ':'' 4'\ ..
93 fQ '" ...... 46'ip unuu..n.Itnxeand.n.. ) 1t411i\ .... IS fit ..... ... ... .. 6f11 ..?. amp Richmond. .?.. 1200 itml
Nora, "and have worked hard every day. w ...... Gulp N ...............&>balltl"n.....n..nn. 1t4:!.. Po"", ..... ..... ...... 2453..... 32rip I.ynci, b urj!', V a. ...... :.55p? 2M'45na
but 1 have been taking that wonderful o.I .. 66tp ............. .....St. I ucie.t... 106 a ... fI .... ...... ...... / .. .. ., 52p ChArlotte vllle, ...... 2111p' P
medicine Hood's and It hll" II n.... 1I1ip: .......... ....".Fort Pierce................. 10411& ...; Oi.) ...... ...,.. ...... 7M" ....,.112..1.. Washington .. ... 11lria". 19 n
1.n Sarsaparilla, II) . . ... ..... Baltimore II 842a'
S 641p ..nnw.u.Eden..:............ 1006& II .. ... n. 912a. 7GSP
done me, oh, so much good. You see 1 F-4 i ZC".'" 1141p' .................. Jf'nllf'n................ I. 1000s oH >.... .. .. ....;: ...... 11 35 R .. .. 25tr Phlladf'lphla .". :::::: '12Oa'. 112'p .,
;. always like to feel well when I gu away, ) :212.! II/illp/ ..................Stuart....1 8110I\ ...... .... .... .. ....... 82.1a II New York ..n,12 15a: .... 2 r ..
i- bT2Tl : .. ....... .. .. ..... 90op .. 300p "... .. 011 to" ..... .. Jl .
and I leave for the mountains next < Daily 72Cp ...............Robe &und................ IIIPa \ ,. 611P 600,
". ___ E'ITu 71111p II ................West Japiter................ IIlr.a Ex lIu Q
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week. :; .' b124a : .82Oa .., .... ... .Jackeonvllle AI' ...... ... .. ... .
818p ......... .We t Palm Beach............ 88.1a Iriij': ; 14hP1LV :
8811p .. ..........".......&ynton........... .. ..... 8unalonap fA14ga 1030a ..... :. .... .. .... Everett, .... Lv .... .. .. .... 1140""
t.) THE NEW LIQUOR LAW fo4 84Mp .............. .... Delray.. .,.............. '767a101/p .1v 4"1' .... ..... ::..:. .". .. Atlant. ". ...... ..... : .: 4720p "
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;. STAGE GLINTS. IIJ 402a 9tlTp/ .............Fort leuderdale............. 7lr.a 14bp'. ...... 6Ma'' .Chattanooga.!: ............. ..
1... ,r 614a 102Op" ....,....... Lemon City... ........... .. 624a 6 Mp !JC .. ::::::.:::.:: ... .. ...Clnclnnatl... .. .. ... .. .... ... .4No .>")
645a 1000p Arriv......... .... .. ....Mlaml.. .. ....... ....,. 81/1a/ 6 80 ; toI:
method of Obtaining Clyde }hitch after brief In
An Act 1'rcHCrlblng the a journey
''rr M makes connection for Brunswick. arriving Brunswick 11:311 a. m.
BETWEEN NEW 8MYKNA AND I
tI Permits to Sell I Liquors, Wines, Italy, Is now in Paris. ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. ,, For New Orleans. trail 'eave8 JAckllonvllle 9:20 a. m.. with through,:
Mme. Itejane Is to act In Paris In an 1'11)' 8 No I STATIONS. No.2 0.tlu6p riving new Orleans '1:40 a. m. <..Jy through!; sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from ekvp)"
asses..c.
and Beer In certain luT L.v..h..... ... .......... New Smyrna. ....n..n..Ari28ip: T j p leans '1:23 p. rD.
.. lio It enacted by the Legislature of the adaptation of Plncro's "The Gay Lord a60p1121a\ ......,,.................. Lake ) .................. .......,;Lv 12 lOp 440p BLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Quex." 40''p1111\" ....., ................. .Oran Bertll ......................... 1200n 424p405p Nos.35 and 38 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York'and Jacksonville
State of Floild'a: : 114. Ar... ....... .. ., : ,ctlon... ..... .......... 1165& 41se Steeper via Asheville.Soa. and the C
Mrs. has
yr Section 1. Any person, firm, or cor- Lnngtry definitely decidedto __ All trains belwl'f'n New "'myrna and Orange City Junction Daily except !Sunday. 33 Anti 34 carry tbrouj'h sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connect\1II\
return to the stage. She will beher 8 and 13 anti i and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jack onvllle and Tampa.No. .
t' I portion wishing to sell liquors, wine and own manager and use a society IIKTWHKN IIIU'VII.LK: AND ""ASII'\UI 30 carrie Cincinnati Florltla and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlul
!
> bear in election district wherein a flO.ll STATIONS. NoTI Chattanooga,: anti Inalnnatl. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 37.

uny u.clodrama. "'7U.aLv...... ..............................Titusville..... ....,........................Ar 125p All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the cllJ
majority of the icgtatercd voters have To get even with the music halls 711 & ........................................Mima.........,............................Lv 112p office, :/11'.1 h ogan Street as well) as at the Union depot ticket office.L. .
since October 1st, 1807! petitioned for a where dramatic 828! j' ? ..................................... Osteen8&UH ..................;................... .. 11671185ft. A. SIIIPMAY, A. G.P.A. F.C. WRIGHT, Die Pass.Agt., 202 W 1
sketches
are presented ......... .. "
permit to soil liquors, wine and bear, the managers of the London theaters 9wia' ...... ...::::..:::..:....... ..knterEprisepJunction.! ...........k.,"........:.:.::::: 1123* A. O. MacDONELL;Gen. Pass. A

threaten 980tvAr.. .... ..... ... ......... ...... ..Ban ford..... .. ........ .. ..... .... ...... ..... 1100. *
fP shall make application tl' I the Board of to permit smoking. .
All traiiiH between Titimvillo and Sanford Daily except '1D a County CoimnisHlonurs the County, at The gross receipts of.the music halls

a regular meeting, unking; the Board to and theaters of Paris for the past year KEY WEST AND HAVANA. .

t't' : grunt to the applicant the right; to sell amounted to $0.228,107, an excess of Tho Bteimer! of the Florida Emit Const Steamship Company are appointed to sail .. follows E-; Southern -

: liquors, wines and beer In such election $79,03(1!: over the receipts of the pre.vlou8 SI, lltall.pMMty From Miami, 11:30: p. m. Tueslays and Fridays. Arrive Key
year. / of Key West 1:30: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Train 85 connects 4Jh
y Iil; district, and praying for a permit to
When Sardou Is composing, It is said Wrm" to a lid with steamer. .2RailwaExcellent :
make such sales. I he shouts aloud he from Key Went From Key W st 8:30: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday. Arrive .
sentence
} '' Sec. 2 The application shall be filed every as Ulri-ct. Miami 16:30 H.in. Thurnd y.and Sundays, connecting with train 78.
dashes it the and
on raves
paper U.. From Miami 5 s. m. AI<'ndays sad Thursday, Arrive Key
with the Board of Commlsslon- tltt'ulllllbip
County whines, laughs according to the emotions West 7
p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Leave Key West 0 p. m. .
S vcrs on or before any regular meeting, he depicts. .1I..1"-lIl&v"nl& same days. Arrive Havana 6 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays..

dk'': and' said application shl\lIl1e over until' Ernest Hogan the negro singer and From Havana sailing direct for Miami: 11 a. m. Tuesdays Service Out of Florida.
.
Fridays. Arrive Miami 5 a. and
att.1 1(" Wrathand m. Wednesdays Saturday.,
the next regular meeting of the Board of composer, heads a party of 25 black [connecting with train 78. .

.' County Commissioners theioafcer. When and yellow boys that has started fora Them Time a lee nhow the times at whloh trains and boats may be expected arrive and NORTH EAST WEST.
of depart from the several stations and porU but >their arrival or departure at the times ,
tour Australia China Manila
Japan,

said application is filed, the Board shall, stated is not guaranteed nor does the Oompany hold itself responsible for any delay or any
and thence to the Paris exposition. consequences ariHinit therefrom.For .
Immediately thereafter give public notice copy of local time card call at 224 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or address
James A. Ilerne will the
In some uewspader published In the stage production J. P. BECKWITH Traffic Manager. J. D. BAHNKB, A. G. P. A.
r of Israel Zaugwlll's "Childrenof ot. Angustlne. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, THOROUGHFAIICOACHES
English language*In the precinct in which _---1 rr __
the Ghetto which will Its
be given
'" application foi sale Is made, and'I I Ifno VESXZBTJLED TRAINS.
"first
presentation at the National theater
paper Is published In such preclnot, then In Washington early In September. .

'" by pouting' in three places therein. If Mr. Ilerne's starring season will begin NEW YORK J AND. FLORIDA'EXPR SS. .

r there be no such paper then in some later. Through Vestibuled DrawinrRoom Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New T
.
v other paper published In the County, Sidney Drew and his wife, Gladys via Jacksonville Savannah, and Columbia, without chang

;. and if there bo no paper published in the Rankin Drew, hare been playing in "UNITED STATES FAST MAIU"

County, then by posting for thirty daysat vaudeville In New York employing a
Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cart between'jackaonvlll and Nw Ti
sketch, "Diana of the Chase, which *
the Court House of the County, and via Savannah and Columbia.
'' they used previously as a means of Introducing -
n I by posting in 'threo conspicuous places
themselves to the London !
1 in the precinct for which such license is 9 Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,
music halls.
sought to bo obtained setting forth the r v y/ 'Washington, Baltimore and Philadelph
Ir B.. _P._ Cheney.. Julia_ un p.n Arthur's_ _hus-___ y eFr
t:, fact that such has been filed
application ( Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon
band, has had a new steam yacht built Atlanta, Cbattanoof H
,,!\':: with the said Hoard, and calling, ou any which he has christened the'Jule. He Cincinnati.

citizen of such election district who may will use It for his dally trips between Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

i *1. desire to do so, to show cause, if any The Brewster4, where ho has his summer .

? '' there be, why such permit\ shall not bo home, and Boston. At the launch- Cincinnati. via Columbia and Asheville, Through tl

Ing Julia Arthur christened the vesselIn
1 granted to the applicant, which cause
"LAND OF THE SKY."
shall be shown by the next regular meet traditional style

ing thereafter. S. ld notice shall contain Daily; Limited Trains For Cincinnati via ET.r tt.

the" name of the applicant and the THE TROTTING CIRCUIT.

,, election distiictiu which the permit is For detaiJed' information as to rates schedules, reservations.
,, sleeping oar eta, IppIt
Pllatus, 2:00%, Is nearly to an edge, any agent of the boimiKMN I: RAILWAY or iu counectloaa.
desired, and shall be published once a recently going a mile in 2:12: ., last half

week until the next regular meeting of In 1:05.:

the Board, and the cost of the publication The old mile track at Niagara Palls R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street, JacksonTillf*

of said notice to bo paid: for.by said is to bo rejuvenated and racing hell J. M. GULP W. A. TURK, S, H. HARD WI!
Traffic Manager Gen. Pass. Agt. Aut Gen.Paw AiWa \.
If such thereon.
applicant. at next regular meet
>ibiJ1iton, D. Washiiujtou, b. O. Atl..la
ing the Board shall find that no legal In the 2:20: pace at Hartford there April 10, 1890.

cause exists why the permit shall not be were seven starters, five of which wore I

granted and that the applicant is twenty- aopples. Tri-"r eeld T Sailings .
George H. Roeckel, Foster's Meadow
one years of age, and a sober, law abidIng
N, Y., will put Klug Chimes to pacing
and of haracter then
person good, a permit MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE

shall bo given the applicant by the next 11'nr.The BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling' .
Board of County Commissioners to sell gray gelding Chelsea who won .I
the 2:12: pace at Dover N. H., is going Florida, New York,
liquors wines and beer for. .
as prayed without the .
But the Board shall not grant a permitIn straps. ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I 1 Philadelphia and Bostor
has decided to retire
Nick llublnger n From Ilrnnawick (direct), to New York
any case In the absence of affirmative Grace Hastings from the turf and thus ,

evidence of the applicant having complied be rid of all worry about her In the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service i't .d 1 To make connections PASSENGER with SERVICE.steamers: leave ..lack...

with| this act and of his possessing future. I on Thursday at 8:20 a. m., via Fernamlina and Gov.SJ
(Cumberland Route Arrive Brunswick OtfO P.m. r'ID'
the qualifications required for such per Oudray, the bay stallion that won 4 route Or via all rail) le .vingJaekeom'ille4,0! :: p- a'It k J
,mit. Provided that the first Tuesday In the three minute trot nud pace at .'c.. &r.), via Everett and Southern K'y. Arrive Bruaa.kt( ,

t any mouth shall for the purpose of this Lancaster, Is by Pedlar, out of Helen The Clyde, New England and Southern Lines. p. m. Passengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer

Houghton, :2:2i:: >V4, by happy -Medium.
act be the day for the regular meeting of Direct Service Between PROPOSED SAILINGS
In the sixth and final heat of the 2:17
the County Commissioners. Provided, : LT. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 8:-OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv, Bran

that no person who has been refused a trot at the Hartford meeting the black Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points. Friday: July 28.COLORADO ......, ... .. .. Frld1I,1:
license tho Com mare Dlrectlna, by Direct, broke down Friday, Aug.. 4. .............. ..... .....1111/A7tAN11E.n......:....... .. Fr"v': : .
or permit County .
by and will likely never be seen on the Friday; Jl..... .....COLORAIhO..n..m ...... .....Friday, .
missiouers for, legal cause shall be permitted turf again./ (Calling as Charleston, S. C., both ways) Friday, 18.Rio tiKAIvDE: .. .... ..... ."...1'riuay,

to renew Itls l application for license When the boy pacing horse Hal H SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS I For general information,steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or to

or permit untlll the expiration ofa stepped the second heat of the :2:0i.! : Southbound... from Lewis Wharf, Boston BASIL GILL, S. A.,220 W, Bay St.Jackson

year from the date of such refusal. I pace; In 2:07U: at Windsor ho not only Northbound...............,.. .". from toot Hogan Street, Jacksonville H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent: Brunswick, Ga.

Sec 3 Be It further enacted that no set a ue.w track record, but reduced his C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E.: River, and 385 Broadway, X. Y.

permit to sell liquors, winos and beer ; own from 2OOHi.: ,

shall be granted In any election district Demarest* wore a green cap and Clyde's St. Johns River Line. ----

i or county whore a vote has heretofore Jacket when he won the 2:04: pace at
Hartford with Prince Alert, and at the AND SANFORD.
been taken or may hereafter be taken BETWEEN JACKSQNVILLE "
close of the race the band played I pLANT SYSTEM.
under the provision of Article XIX of "Wearing of the Green." Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford, Enterprise, F)..and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River

the Constitution of the'State of Florida, STEAMER .; '
Spcaktug about speed enthusiasts.
} and said vote has boon or be "
againsttho
s may Q. W H'' d, Tacoma, recently brought "D. aiUKOHISON,
sale of intoxicating liquors, wines his blue pacer Davis Boy, 2U: %. CAPT. W, A. SHAW, If yon are going anywhere, whether it be to the

and beer away across the continent to drive him Travel JackaonvUle;5.TO p. in.,Tuesday and Saturday*.

Sec. 4 If It be made to appear to the on the New York speed way. l ate tla.uCorlll1:00: a. m., Mondaynand, Thursdays. North South, East, West,

Board of County Commissioners that the The excellent showing of Glory: ,

applicant for a pormlt to sell liquors, 2W: }{. nt Dover, N. II.. brings to mind Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.V Northwest or Southwes,

wines and boor is not a sober, haw-abiding that; his dam, Harebell, was the first I

person, or Is not a person of good Maine bred trotter to take so low a II. W T. I'. I F. M. IRONMONGER JR., Fla. J'ua. Agt.. Remember that JthellPLANT[ SYSTEM of Railways: and Steamship Lilies ru,
record as 2-I51h: as a 2-year-old- AIUJUUJl{, 'WHK Q7e nS ew York. I 204 West Bay St..Jacksonville, Fla.. gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery. ''
character, then such permit shall bo JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent
re C. P. LOVELL. Aut. Fla.: o und vailous SER >
Horseman. jackgonville. Fla. | Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. i. otherlpoints.Jwith its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY
fused.
Nothing in this Act shall be construed Llv.Gong T1IKO. O..EOKK* T. M.. 0 Bowling Green, :New York. .Is the best route, and that information can be obtained promptly by a'Wrw
t4i authorize said Board to refuse AVM. p LY1)E! CO., General Arent.. .
such a permit when the applicant Is Geese are long lived birds, some having Howling Green.New York 11. So. Delaware Aye., Philadelphia. or calling on

twenty-ouo years of ago, sober law-abid been known to attain the age of 40 -- F. M. Jolly, Division rassenjerAgw'133 -
while birds of 15 and 20 of fIa.
lag, and of good character, and a permit years, years West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville.
age are not uncommon. They retain JOB PRINTINGOF
u such precinct has been granted fur' their laying and batching qualities B. W. W renn 'asseD6er,,Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. __

tho fiscal year ending October 1st., 1801)I (), through life. Ganders should not be --_

and has complied with the other provisions kept for breeding after 8 years of age. ALL KINDS

of this act. Young ganders are wore active and insure The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

Sec. 5 No license to sell liquors, wines greater fertility of the eggs than Executed at theADVOCATE \ ,

and beers shall Issue to any person or old ones do. Besides ganders become Timi

persons, doing business as a Company more quarre .owe as age ad',anees: PRINTING OFFICE. Prices to Suit lie








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HOTELS--AlUhc-ycar-round. TITUSVILLK. TALES OF THE TURF. AUGUST FLOWER."It .

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I Our Boy 8:13: ,(. now owned' in Ha la surprising fact"
INDIAN: :RIVER: : :HOTELTITUSVILLE: : a Prof.
ATLANTA, GA. wail baa been renamed Wela Ka Ha. Ilouton, hU.R' In my travels all part

Register fees from April I, 1868. to of the world' fur the last ten years, I
April" I, 1889. amounted to fl 0,132.13. have mer mote people having used
INDIAN'RIVER, Ureen'a August Mower than other
J. C. Simpson, brother to Anteeo and | any
Holland ATLANTA, OA. remedy, for dys'.epsla' deranged liver
ie e FLORIDA.J. Antevolo, Is credited with a trial in and stomach, and for constipation. find
J, 27-29 Auburn Avenue. I:It" and a half In 1:03.BoabdiL99aM. : for tourists and salesmen, or for persons *

.", PP : that "Than" Kirby filling office position, where headaches *
,,, Blocks from Union depot All Modern Conveniences. : G. BAST, Proprietor raced as a youngster, 1 Is king of the and /central had feelings from Irregular
handicap horses at the Vienna spring habits exist, Hint Green's August
MB9. F. A. VOOROEES, Proprietress, meeting. Flower Is a 'grand remedy It docs not
The hotel fronts on the Injure the a>stem by frequent use, and
ates, $1-00 to $1.50 per day. rhone 1629. X .f I s4 wide sweepofba7(7mik(( ,. i John Tllden of Red Oak. In., is mid la excellent for sour stomachs and Indi
In width), formed by the to have six green trotters' In hit airing /gestion." 111I1..lo| bottles free at F. S.
Ilendersonvlllc N. Indian River, making It n that have shown quarters in 83 seconds ChnrTee'a frog store, Tltu-vllle, Fla, or
C. delightful summer re- or better. J. P. COOIH-I' drug More, Cocoa, Fla. '
1, s aorU Constant cool Sold by ikialvrH In all vlllied countries.
w ? ry There is M very promising green trotter
1 ; breezes from the leA ands in California called Silver Arrow, Ex.Empress Eugginle: Bald to be A
bay. Flowing sulphur
[LLlJV 1 111 HENDERSONVILLE, X. C. *s, n rt i;' c. spilngs. Special summer by Silver Dow t::18. out of the dam of i. victim! of the tea habit and will 'drink
rates. Ethel Downs, 2:10.
30 or JO cups a dny.
Mr. Willard Cave of Is trainIng
Chicago -
accommodation for limited
First-class a number of guests In a
house, two and a half miles from town: Rood driving, exceedingly healthy country, a green pacer, by Nutmeg that hal To keep young keep, keep the
and beautiful scenery. Address. shown a half better than 1 :03 over the Nerves calm, the body ruddy and well
H. C. STOKES, NIC AREND'S: Washington park aide drive in Chicago fed, and with Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine the Stomach and
Hendersonville, N. C. Coralloid 2 :1""?', the fast black son els. regulate how*

of Simmons, who has not been seen on
DEPOT FORBartholomay's the turf for several years, has been Kent Remember that the INDIAN RIVER
JACKSONVILLE. to One Macey to campaign this season AnvoCATK doea all kind of job printing

Rochester Beer The Tennessee $...000 for 2 :.00 pacers at abort notice Send them an order
and be convinced that It la tho place to
MEKRITT'S one of the Lexington fixtures, has been have job prlntlnu done
made a nomination event with conditions
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. like those which govern the Tran- It la claimed that the first chickens

lotel and :Restaurant MERCHANTS .LUNCH 12 to 2 l-. M. 25 CENTS. sylvania. hatched brood are the easiest to fatten

130 W. Bay St. Jackaonvlllc, Florida.IIO1VIESEEKERS William Disaton Philadelphia now ; so are the ones with shortest legs.
owns probably the three fastest record
MAIN STREET, trotters driven privately by one man- For Headache canned most likely by a

Id Jacksonville Miss Nelson SUM: ) Harry, I 2:19: and Disordered Htonmch, accompanied by
Placide .- Fla. Constipation, use Ur. M. A. :Simmons
Othello. 2l2: \(. Liver Medicine.

RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30 p. m. ,,,, : The old Montague stable at Lexington
Ky., which is to be torn down to
ierlcan and European Plans. make way for improvements is of historic FREE

Florida Business Specially Desired. interest aa the building in which

I to $4.00 l American. Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for a .Axtell: was foaled. CONSULTATION I

r day J European { 'cpertday.firstclass Wilbur' Smith will train and race for wlth'our homo treatment We are
copy of theFlorida la. his fast
f Dr. Armstrong Banborn ,
I Barber Shop in connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. pacer by Storm 2:08: }{, out of Flora physicians, and you get the benefit
of our experience. No matter what
1 ::28. pacing. This fellow paced milesin
East Coast Homeseeto.We 2:13 eighths in 82 seconds, last fall your trouble la, how simple or bow

iferro.Travelers' New Horse Review. hopeless, we can do you (good, and
Hotel If we can't wo will honestly tell you .

II Management. STAGE GLINTS. ao. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
and hopeless people have been entirely -

N. F. GARCIA, Prop fetress. J. G. RICE, Manager. have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and fo- Chester Dailey Fernald "author of and permanently cured by
"The Cat and the Cherub ha com

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States. pleted a Japanese play for Forbes Rob COMPOUND .
.
,
Electric Lights, Electrio Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Apply to .ruou.doet., said to bave belonged to the OXYGENWhy

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. ."Magic FUite" baa been discovered. It
JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Is I to be published by the Berlin Moicart not tako heart again and Investigate -
' Union and ask the Conductor
Take car at the Depot to stop at the Travelers.
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, society., this groat principle. We have
MisH Alberta Gallatin hal been specially thousands of teHtlmonlals. Send for
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite engaged by Charles Frohman to book homo
TEL OXFORD ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. on treatment, wonderful
St. James Hotel. I play Ophelia with Henry Miller'
..-" cures to the sick, etc., free.
"Hamlet"Ilobnrt
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and Sick Headache, Wind on the Stomach
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Biliousness, Nausea, are quickly ourorlby night and morning and two or three C. ChatfleM-Taylor'a] comedy" DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- a few doses of. Dr. M. A. Simmons days will effect a cure.-Live Stock. "The Secretary of the Legation, will ,.
sonville. Liver Medicine. so produced early in the autumn by F.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. Keeping E.... For Hutching. ZI KfeltJ. Jr. llliS Glrnrtl St., IMilln., Pn.

As to keeping eggs for hatching the Marie Oelstlnger, the Viennese son- Ot IT feb (ono

REMEDIES FOR ROUP. Cyphers incubator people remind nil tiretto, now almost 03 year old, i Is
PABLO BEACH. that the yolk is specifically lighter than again in this country to play a fort-
Treatment For Stiticm!' That Precede the albumen, and is buoyed nj by it, night's engagement in New York. Homes

the Sharp Hatchet Period. and the germ which always lies on top Angn-te van Blene presented "The Virginia
We seldom attempt to cure coup is from against the
tel Pablo only kept pressing "
PABLO-BY-TIIE-SEA FLA. Broken Melody, which was IIn emphatIc *
when it is in advanco do
stage as we shell by the weight of the denser albu fnllnro hero for the seventeen hundredth -
not think an ordinary good bird is men forming the chalaza, this havinga
it first I time at Edinburgh recently.The You learn ,all about Virginia Lands,
but when
worth the trouble to drag the yolk down and
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- tendency .
class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed comes on or when it is not quite coup steady it. Wyoming legislature bns passeda its resources, products, mode of cultivation

rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21! ; also but a ,severe cold it may often be cured If the eggs are kept at too high a lawmaking it a misdumcunor to wear pi I con, etc, by rending the
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. None but the quickly and easily if the fowl id in dry i i temperature the albumen will get "headgear tending to obstruct the Virginia Farmer Send lOcta.

finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. warm quarters. We give a number of i somewhat fluid and the yolks will be view" at theaters and other place of for 3 months aubHcilptlon to the

SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, remedies from which one may take his i pressed! upward against the shell, and mntement! Farmer Co., Kniporla, Va.Cholco.
Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona.ST. choice: if allowed to remain so will become At one of the provincial theaters In
J. A. Guilliams, Fincastle, Ind., fixed to it. Any length of time and England a dog became HO much Inter-
says: I want to say to you that I temperature that would remit in this ested In the play that ho leaped up over! 1ti m .
AUGUSTINE. have been experimenting with quinine would have killed the germ and thus the footlights and tried to gobble up the WlnesLlquore

for' roup in poultry.( I have lately cured rendered the egg useless. The more property chicken. n .
and
Cigars
some of "the worst cases of this disease handling the egg has the quicker this Gladys Wallls is a Connecticut girl *
Algonquin] Hotel.! I[ ever saw. The other night one of my disarrangement will be effected. Bhe began her professional career when Guaranteed Pure.

fine game pullets W BS accidentally left Place eggs for batching in a basketor she was 14 years old, playing Juliet. Sold at reduced '

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. outside all night in the cold and rain t box without regard to position, cover This was several winters ago. Now she prloeaImported'
the next morning one could bear her with a cloth to prevent undue evapora i. playing short skirted soubrettes!
Refitted, newly furnished and located under breathe for 100 yards. I placed her ina tion by direct exposure to the air, and Julia Marlowe has been appointed a Tokay wine,
new management. Centrally dry coop, gave her a capsule of quinine leave them undisturbed until wanted. from ,
S tj near all points of interest. Large sample delegate to tho Women's International Italy
every 10 or 12 hours-the fame They will be better than if handled and .
room for use of traveling men. Over- congreiW which is to meet.in London .
looking Plaza and Monuments. A full dose as for a'person. Three doses cured turned. Any cloth will give sufficient his summer.: Miss Marlowe will deliver John B. Togni,
." view of the ocean and rolling breakers her, and she did not stop laying. When ventilation to keep the air around the i lecture on "Women of the Stage." :
Metropolitan Saloon 12-1 East Bay St.
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric taken in time, I have never failed to eggs sweet if the air of the apartmentis ,
bells and of bird, but it must be taken in the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
a perfect system sewerage. cure a pure. AND' ,
_______ POINT.
Rates first stages. VliuIoiitU and llotall......
: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. The Ilonen Dock.
Open all C. F. COX Proprietor. R. W. Davidson says: First remove .
year. ? The Rouen dnck is a fine market girl's of i Is -
all causes of colds, such as cracks over- The average cup joy amustache
bead ventilators, dampness, etc. When bird, but does not mature as early a' cup. The Largost and Most Com-

AZA HOTEL fowls are first affected add spongia to does the Peking or the AyluHbnry The No man ever traveled over the roadto ploto Establishment South.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. flesh is considered delicate and the
very
the drinking water, say 25/ to 40 dropsof fame on a pan.
breed Is acknowledged to be superiorfor GEO. S. HACKER & SON
the tincture to a pailfulDr.
This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally]] located, near the table purpose, being easily fattened. If marriages 1 I. a failure it must be a
Woods gives following remedy
Postoffice. Bank and Cathedral. ease of heart failure.A .
The Rouen will be found a profitable -
Tincture of aconite ten drops
Rooms, 60cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. tincture: of spongia ten drops alcohol 1 bird to raise on the farm, being& man think It i Ie bard luck when be

D. SANCHEZ, Manager. enough to make one ounce. Put a teaspoonful hardy, prolific, quiet in disposition and fails to secure soft snap..

of this in a quart of drinking of beautiful plumage. Their eggs/ are When a small boy isn't doing any

SEABREEZE, J LA. water daily. not as large as those of the Peking and thing else, he eats something. i

- Should the head swell and cheesy are diverts in color. Trouble i I. the only thing that keep ,
matter form in the roof of the month, The Rouen is undoubtedly closely related nine people from getting too gay. -4

take a quart can and fill it with kerosene to the Mallard duck. Its plumage Mistake of the past should be made
lie Colonnades SEABREEZE, FLA. alone would make good this belief. Dot
oil. Take the bird by the feet and neck >ver Into guldeboard of the future.
and plunge the head in the oil; bold it the shape of the domestic Rouen duck
there moment and withdraw. Immediately has been greatly modified from that of Women have a limited amount of .
Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this pdpular house, which will re- a wipe the bead dry to prevent the wild Mallard. The body is grown conceit but men invariably have it in .r.MANUFACTURERS.

main open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. feathers from falling put. longer and heavier, with a tendency to anllmlted quantities.
Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. and the other fool in the
A. F. Hunter, editor of Farm Poul drop down in the 'rear wing It there were no .
HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee. of flight which the would be dlaaatiafled OF .
. try, recommends the following: A table have lost the power world we more
spoonful of clear lard half a tablespoonful wild ancestor poMMwied. The plumage with ourselves than ever Doors Sash Blinds
however, remain almost the same.- man' will enable ,
and philosophy
NEW HOUSE, each of ginger, cayenne pepper Only a *
each House mustard; make into pills sized f top Bulletin Department of Agriculture. him to bear the burden imposed upon
NEW FURNITURE. I him the of other folding & Building Material
administer philosophy
joint of little finger, and Fatt.aln T.u.lr (..... by
repeating dose in 12: to 24 hours, as case Love i I. seldom confessed until the
Sea Breeze avenue one minute from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food a I requires. To fatten young geese place them in evidence reache the stage where mak- Office & Warerooma, King, oppositeCannon

"Peclalty. Day, $1.50; Liberal weekly terms. Address P. II. Jacobs says Dissolve a tea- a pen not too large, so that feed they three wiU lag a confession i* merely a matter' ol Street.Charleston. 4

O. W. SCHUYLER, spoonful of chloride of lime in a pint of not exercise too much will and eat cleanof lurm.-Cblcago New*, ] S CV
water and give the bird a teaspoonful times a day all they up l7
Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla. of the solution. Burn tar and turpen the following I Cornmeal mixed: to'adry Teeri... 1 th. ........ '

- tine in the house after the fowls have crnmbly state and beef scrip The Rev, Wilson Carllle reotor of Sash Weights Cord and i
llouxes.DEISNER'S amounting to 20 per cent of the bulk of London i to
Tltusvllle Hoarding gone to roost. 8t. Mary-at-HIll, aa up
W. D. Elwell in the reliable Poultry the connne l. While fattening young date[ clergyman. He take* a trombone 'Hardware .

S 8. BOARDING TITUSVILLE, FLA. Journal says the following remedy has geese they should be kept aa quiet should as with him into the pulpit and when the :

HOUSE proved very effective in over 100 cases, possible; no excitement whatever ringing become spiritless be liven it Window and Fancy Glass '
disturb them. When feeding approach
Board and room When In need of white or rye Bread, plea, curing every one; Cider vinegar one not irritate them up with a few butts on that inatru 4
$1.00 them and do
rakes etc Mrs. Deisuer's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding house, pint one teaspoonful of baking soda quietly raent Oaring the greater part ot the A SPECIALTY. ,
to but i
fatten
hotels and families go one teaspoonful of ul$. Take the affect )ID the least, or they will, not smite the church i* darkened and the
supplied.UKNIGBt will "throw out" or grow another lOp sacred and other pie .
ed bird by the windpipe with one band. lymna, prayer,
Of feather At ten week of age, or Palmetto Drug& Store, Daytona.
bold the wings and leg securely with fares are thrown by limelight on a
'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUBVILLB, FLA. the other and dip the bead well Into when the tips of the wing reach the huge screen suspended across the altar. chemicals
the solution. Hold it there* long as tail, they are ready for market and I Besides an organ there i I. an orchestra Drug, medicine ,fine toilet : f..
Rood One Dollar day, should weigh between eight and ten of _? soaps, brushes comb, perfumery and "
comfortable rooms. Board and room, per you can without -choking the fowl dip eompoeed girl*wearing rarplioe < artleles
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Special l rates by week or mouth. C. BOUKKIOIT, Proprjctor. about three tlmesi; repeat the operation pound, : I college,mortarboard ....... ., fancy toilet II.In great HUTOJT variety., propr. ?.|..i-

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.a INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUQUST 11, 1899. .

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f r r BIG CATTLE SALES. groom Is a young man of great worth Summer Excursion HatcH to all Carroll & Goldsmith
$ 4 > and has won one of our most worthy
I tlt3ENJ young ladles. They have our best wish the Itesorts. ,
One Ilnndrrd Thonound Dollars Worth en. Mr. Billing left immediately after I GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
r Hold In One Wf..k. the ceremony to to go to Franklin N. Summer excursion tickets are on sale to
One of the largest$ cattle ,deals ever C.. where he Is principal of a high from June 1st, to September 30th.. limited Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited
made In Florida successfully' negot school." to return, October 31st., 1800, via .
j I lated last week. E. O. Morgan and his the Southern Railway, at very low rates, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
''llon-in-law. E. L. Lesley of Basslnger. Shipping 110.... to resorts in Virginia, North and South .
sold to W. II. TowKs five thousand headof Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
stock cattle for the Cuban market. Northwest. E. ?- : :R.E3.: .ID"1aZ" dz : 3RpaGroceries
The price Is not made public, but It Is On Monday last, Mr. K. B. Raulerson: "Summer/ homes" folders, maps, "Land.
W. JEROME.,,, not far from fifty thousand dollars. The I shipped a carload of hogs and two of the sky" pamphlet and other Interesting Grain Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries Fro
I horses from Osteen to his place at Fort. ,
cattle are now being gathered on the Pierce. literature sent free to any address And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal L'Food
Stnto Representative\ PENNSYLVANIA 1 Klsslmmee Valley range to be driven by applying to It. W. Hunt, Florida and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclnsWi< ,
I ROY WORKS ('0., for down to Punta Rassa and Mr. Towles Is Passenger Agent 212 West Bay /St., Jack the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your
tho alo of OLOriE MS ENGINES, now In New York chartering a steamerto Killed a Panther. sonville, Fla. Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Titusv'patro" pi
Marino and Stationary. carry them to Cuba Messrs Morgan ,
and Lesley have also just sold seven James Singleton, a countryman, living -
e"lllnA'j'cnt; COLMAN ACETYLENE hundred head of fine beef cattle from near Diego Hammock shot and killed an -'
OAS MACHINES Safest, Cheapest ) the Klsslmmeo River Range to R. E. Immense panther early last Tuesday '
and Ilcut light for private duelling I Whldden, of Arcadia,.for the Cuban mar morning. Singleton was riding,through ROBBINSGRAHAM Lesley <& Motlorav..-
and stores. i ket. They are being delivered right the woods when he discovered the ferocious

away. beast on the limb of a'cedar tree. .. (Successors to 1 LOSLEY< RENAKER A CO.)
For and estimates a..Laa.wyorB.
prices, catalogues Allen Chandler of Fort Drum, has Fortunately he had his rifle and the ani-
S." M're lI, just sold to E. O. Morgan, Hasslnger, mal was quickly despatched. It measured Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and
BEN.W' JEROME, WhlsU'
nine hundred and fOI ty.one head of nine feet from tip to tip.-Sunday WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND '
.. Uocklcdge, Fla. stuck cattle for eight thousand dollars ,Call. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.t.A ---- _
,for Immediate delivery, and four hun UNITED STATES COURTS.
ic dred and fltty-nlne head for future delivery ... Billiard
Kant Coast Hallway Improvement. First-class Line of Cigars. and Pool Table
; The Anhenser-Bnscli Brewing Asso'ion.Fumoull for four thousand dollars, these -
last being fS.UO head. Total consideration Furnished Family and hotel trade solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to ,
per Title
Civil Engineer E. Ben Carter, of the F. ABSTRACTS of 1:1ordbtll. :'
flt mule Keg and Mottled Jloer. twelve thousand dollars.A E. C. Ry., arrived in town Monday nightto Cash must accompany your order. LOS LEY & MOTLOW, Titusville""

Bold' I>T Met. Losley& Motlow, Tltunvllle, Fla. syndicate of well known stock men attend to various Improvements that for Lands in Brevard and Dade
Hy.Mr J.I).Cobb,Cocoa t la. and dealers have closed a contract to the above company are about to makein I
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. ship eight hundred head of first-class Titusville. Work will\ probably commence Counties. INSURANCE Protect Your
beef cattle to Tampa, for Cuba, at a FIR
next week on a car shed, the size .
...JOSEPH ZAPF. flrst-class price, probably sixteen dollars. of which is to be 255x31ft.; This shed property Against
William Pitman, of Thomasvllle, On., will cover two railroad tracks and eight We have a large List
who was here last week and llll I a substantial and LIGHTNING: nn.d. C1YC7I.O1cr1
Wholesale Beer and Liquors oars. An engine pit will\ be built a
dealer, wants to sell ten thous- large water tank erected. The freight of Lands owned by I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual LIt
I/' West Bay Street, and head of Georgia cattle. for the Cuban house will probably be removed from its Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
market. present position, next week, to near the ourselves and clients. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Another: dealer a Cuban, who was also northwest corner of Main and DeSoto For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER: ,
here few days the .
a ago on range
wants ten thousand head of beef for I Immediate streets. I I Price for. unimproved Titusville! }1a,

THE A. P. FRIES DRUG CO. delivery.The Reading notice ads. on this page
deals above reported actually madein are live cents per line per week. lands $3 to $100
the past few days aggregate eight
Wholesale and Retail thousand head of stock and beef at a total per acre.WE .
price of not less than eighty thousand MAKING PRESERVES
The Three
dollars, and probably one hundred thous- Whys. # L
.!. DRUGS and MEDICINES and dollars. This is not bad for one have a few Residence, Orange
week and shows the Importance of the Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable .
4. and jellies and canning frulfo is what
Kissimmee stock market.-Valley Ga- err,
WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
i 129\ East Bay Street zette. .. with stale food, when you can locations. Prices Reasonable t" housewife is doing now that likes goo
buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird = things for table in Winter. The fruit M

JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, Food fresh every day at 25o: per Ib ; sent TITUSVILLE ,k' 't. : son is right with us now, and we are p,
is Cabots'I Creosote Stains. Prices anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. OFFICES { and MIAMI. ll I
: I pared for it with a superior stock of tl
J. D. O'HERN and particulars on application to WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER o 1
t best fruit jars, jelly tumblers, present!:
Tnos. C. WATTS A Co., when yOu can get a bottle of J
I Manager.For Jacksonville, Fla. Thomas Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran- II kettles in copper brass, agite or!panto

t teed to cure for fiOo. I East Coast Meat Market 1 ''IcI I' paring knives, etc We have everjtk

Sale Tax Statement WHY suffer from a splitting HEADACHE 0 that is needed Iri this line, at low prices.
when you can get a bottle
At Daytona, Fla., five :and ten acre of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will O. F. DUREN, Agent.
tots choice vegetable and orange lands. For month of July, ISO! for taxes as- cure you in short order for lOo. s= JAMES PRITCHARD & SON
sessed and levied for the 1898
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal year ; II. R. .THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. CD CeS'.1ONT ,
See. 35; Chap. 4115 Laws of Florida:
.terms. Address, Jacksonville, Fla. s.:.>.>.. -' -
V UH'fl.ANU UUOKMA.V, Taxes Collected: Yet to bo Collected t c/a sa.: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. Gen'l fund, $2,135.08.: $119.62 C Paw
School fnnH.J' -'H7.Ji.: -12S.O!' ,W. M. ,MOODY'SBARBER s:>>
F"F.. fund, 449.50.: 25.18: r'
'Sain Perkins. Is Dyeing." Road fund 1,348.47. 75.50 SHOP. _- sa.: ; ,. And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a
--- Polls, 000. 7.18 ,
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed -- j share of the balance at
C tint good or near
"nd repaired. Dyeing In all Its branches. $0,180.50. $1,001.32 _. ie eeo
Old clothing made to look equal to new. Total am't. collected Close to Indian River Hotel, Titusville.A = -; ti
All orders mall $30,8.13.40.Amount CD \ j the STOVE and a
by Cad:
or express promptly of tax sales, 2,081.54. share of your patronage solicited. U2 ,
; attended to. Prices low. Work good.. returned to State: ='
) Satisfaction guaranteed. : enors, etc. 2,437.78.Yet Titusville Florida. GASOLINE or OIL STOVE will make the cook room comfortable.We .
/SAM: PKKKINS, Cleaner and Dyer,
to be collected, ],OU4.32.( A Shave and
Tltusville Fla. .
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-- ; sell PATENT SCREEN CLOTH at Jacksonville prices.
10 years in San'ord,1Fla.; Total tax levied, $37,017.04.A. a Hair Cut.

I A. STEWART, F NEAR & TAYLOR Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla
Have a great deal to do with the general ,.. ...; ,
Clerk Circuit Court. .
appearance of a gentleman. At I--=-, J{ FURNITURE, DRY: GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
Semi-TroDical Nurseries. '1'!' ;;i'\\ A rtiMUU Well
Lotus. CARRUTHER'S Barber Shop, 'Ii' I I.I

ORLANDO, FLA. TITUSVILLE, .I, '1' .rc" CONTRACTORS, When in JACKSONVILLE
None but experienced workmen are em- CLYDE
SPECIALTIES IU'ly-tho tDoone's earliest and best business 1.. O. Tuton last of Artosla, was over on ployed and perfect satisfaction guaran I \ _' "lj/i Eau Gallic, Fla. visit nrTHE:
Saturday. teed. Give us a call.
Early Orange.
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPE Messrs. Almond, Warren and Bailey J. L. CARRUTHERS Prop. The finest SALOON in the South.
FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE of Rockledge, were In town Sunday,

TREES.Carry a full tine of Citrus trees, also guests S. Williams of O. I).was Provost.here Saturday.T. @ -the Subscriber name-and-date, your attention slip pasted is drawnto upon PIANOS... I : High Grade The best liquors that money can ty

Peach I'oar Persimmon and
Plum trees, your paper or wrapper. If you are in
rafted Roses and Scupernong: Grape( O. Ronald is having a windbrakebuilt. arrears, please remit. PIANOS. .
.. I Selected.
poe8. 'Only. of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.

James Mott, Mrs and Miss CIsboe and C. D. 'en PIANOS. No agents to add Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. ra., 15c., with bottle of Export Beer.
Rox 17(;. Orlando, Fla. Provost spent Sunday afternoon vat J. N. SUN LIGHT OAS LAMP c aH '' .: expense.Benefit .
jly2 ,oct2S. Chalker's.
waCGar Given to Customers.
II. D. Booth has charge of the Han
cock place while he is away and Is Write for full particulars. GAY BROTHERS' "
keeping things In good shape. yW
ono: y DAVENPORT KERRISON,
Misses Mary Tuten and Annie ,Stewart ....- .... ""< II II) !;
0. were in town trading on Wednesday.G. = -44'samAm Director of Conservatory of Music,

\' .'Stewart, of Bovine, spent several cd. ,. y 310 Main St., AJACKSONVILLE Palatka Florida. GROCER

hours here last Friday I II .H g d FLA. .. ,
Mtt
)MAY 10. UN. I I
CO 8..J .Q.tzcd We make Feature
a Special of our
MARRIED.GE0nt1IANA .
ofcg; 8 J3T" jAs an advertising medium, no
t'J ;:s 4Ij u I, paper on the East Coast can beat the Mail Order
FLA., Aug. 8, 1899!! e 4 ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Department.
Editor Indian River Advocate i -a IIGI' and be convinced of the pink paper'.

Dear Sir:-Enclosed you will find clipping = worth.
from Madlsonvllle, (Tenn.) Demo Ooabi : E Knowing how difficult it is in some localities to get GOOD GROCER.
crat, which please copy in your pink pa- 0- "" CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them flu*
1 ] promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfartoij
per. Miss Clark, it will be remembered, i AGENTS WANTED. For liThe Life and
r taught a most successful term of schoolat !3 Achievements of Admiral Dewey," the world's We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and bal

Georgians last year, and her many ......c....:...-..-..>.. ..-..;.a IiII!!8.... greatest Ufa-long friend naval and hero.admirer By Murat of the Halsteail nation's,Idol.the many articles- not usually found in other and smaller houses.
friends hero will be pleased to hear of HlKgest and best book; over boo pages, 8xlu B SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
For Sale, her happy marriage, and will wish her a :s Inches; nearly 100 pages halftone illustrations.
: 4. od demand.
Only $160. Enormous Big commissions.
long life of much joy. The happy oou- 115 Dearborn Street. ::iI.2 Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write
Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties pie were the recipients of many costly Chicago, III. E:= nulcK. The Dominion Company, 3rd :Floor,
; July delivery. Enquire of and useful presents. O" a a Caxton Bliig.,Chicago. E. A. WADDELL
t.f JAMES: ANDHKWS Eden, Fla. 'Prof.. M. D. Billing and Miss Kate ,
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Clark were happily united in marriageat
Miami and Dade _
City
the residence of the bride's mother County
ESTABLISHED 1875.
Pineapple Suckers, Rev. J, E. Lowery officiating. The

I Red Spanish for sale \J\Ttn.. .A.. :: O'CTRS: dZ CO. Real Estate Bureau,
22-23: : 1'. O. Box 0, Rio, Fla. .


To Orange Growers. -. _GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Yegeta k

For-Sale. I NOW HAVE i 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Tracts of all sizes for In estmeuts. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands M

Florida pineapple plants; all kinds. I We handle only the beet and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of hay ,West Coast.w. "
Extra early Cowpeas, ripen seed in COdays. 15,000 Grafted Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark For Correspondence, enclose"- stamps. for
} Fla. velvet beans, old crop, andwill at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. Agent
ARMOUR
A CO. MILLS,
handle new. Velvet bean and cow. BUr Brand Fertiliser -Guaranteed Analysis. ,Orange tree and Vegetable rertillxer.Pure Ground AIRMOTER WIND I.
pea thresher and cleaner,2\ -men machine, Orange Trees.On Done,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of lotaah Sulphate l'otubt.Kalnlt., etc. These fertUllo8t1 have no Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago,
!beet oa market, capacity 3 to 5 bushels superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
per hour. For Inside price, write toCAM' _
4.ft and Branched. -
sour roots. ,
E. A, WILSON --
Washington; D. C. ,Will be ready for trans- 2IJEWEIEO

fancy Pineapple Slips nUll Suck. lemon planting stock.Oct. 1 st, also 5OOO on The Southern Hide & Skin CO. E WATCHES, CLOCKS,


ers for Sale. The best trees in Florida at any + + ..Ak.sT

price. Parties on the east coast PATS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR ---- t e e e r Jewelry Diamonds,,

Abbakas Egyptian and Golden Queen, who want a fine article should i ,

Spanish.Porto Rico Apply Smooth toMADDOCK Cayenne and Rod write engage at their once stock.for prices, and Hides Furs, Wool IJ Beeswax, Tallow Deertongue, etc The itgj:_i Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Preset

& MATTIIAUS, 'p ..

"Palm West Beach Palm Pinery Beach,"Fla. These best, trees in the are state undoubtedly, address the Largest Buyers, ol Alligator Skins in the South k, E & FINE WATCH and JEWELRT REPROSIIYd

: A SPECIALTY
O. W. CONNER Office and Warehouses on Plant System East Coast and J., T. A K. W. Tracks
Please mention the ADVOCATE when I Spectacle and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILE.

writing ad vertl ors. OKLAWAHA FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 225 W. Bay St, JAcxsoXYlLv, Pu


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