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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 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: UF00075918:00033
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES Victor Crescent IX STOCK : Rambler, 1ROXPHALT ROOKINO, Something :,*Call or write to Claud! Walton, Tl- YOIMI FUTURE: }FORETOLD:}: ) BY AS- AMONG THE HOTELS.

Cleveland; Barnes, new. Guaranteed, for six years Write lusvllle, stout nnli-germ' water fibers' li'ulogy.! Send ago, sex date of birth,
Stearns -
U Topics of General Interest. and, Wolff. Tribune Wilte for for particulars!: to When writing for Information please with one dollar, to Prof. James, box

prices catalogues.F. Titos.. WATTS Co.; inclose stamp. See nd. on ,*>th page.' :W(I, Jacksonville, }Flu.' Jl-iU: : WIIKUK to stop. See list of hotels on
W. BF.KIIS, Jacksonville, Fla. our 7th pages..
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ADVOCATE St. Augustine.\
THE ,
Second-hand Yost typewriter $25.00.; BREVARD COUNTY COURT. THE McFARLAND FRUIT PROTECTION Tho A1)\' '('.'n: I III now on tile at all

$1.:>0 per" six annum months, ,In advance.'' (Alfred Cox, one of Kdon's: well COMPANY.It tho best hotels In New York city.

tl.OO$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Mr.I Frank E. Bond, of the Bond known pineapple. growers, I"I In town to- The usual meeting of Rrcvnrd County Illustrated I folders of the lino East

Lumber Co., paid a visit to Miami the day. Court convened ritusvlllo on :Monday, \ Coast hotel, etc, to lit given away, flee,
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ansined that : Ir."p.. II.McKitiland's
first of the week. There will bo ]Divine service In St. when Judge D. L. Gaulden presidoiiund now seoniH nt the AOVOCATR: ofllco. Send two-cent
notice ads. are ten cents ; ) unremitting energy U to bo .
Heading to
Gabriel's the following jurors were summoned! to stamp pay poxtngv. .
Episcopal church Tltusvllle
Messrs. H'Wllrll'II. thu aualn valulile
I
this page. Penny, of Nathan; Walton attend orange grove -
line on of Clifton; and Carlin, of Jupiter, arrived : on Sunday morning next, at 11 a. m. : the grower happy, and the orange:; flood\ accommodation; fur tho summer
TIeY. j. A. Hughes returned ]here, in town yesterday.Mr. : ]July Communion. Pnijei und 1101 mon Lewis, Cherry, Cocoa; ; :M. Plggue, PIneds Industry of FI"l'lelRllalli; )piosperous season Write to II. C. Stokes, Homiersonvllle -
Jturday last, from his visit to Starke. in the evening at 7:30.: ; A. Franklin, Canaveral ; W. II. Wo UIII"l'lIllIlIcI that tllll .I J. T. & K. W. N. l'. Superior location.
Geo. Walton, of the Cocoa and "revatt, Sail Lake; A. E.: Campbell,
[Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, paid nfit Rockledge News was a pleasant: caller -We were sorry to glean through our lowland ; J. Mitchell: Cocoa; ; G, .\. freight house, near: the railroad\ wharf, Tho work of pulling down the old outbuildings -
hat been leased Tho
for
to Jacksonville on Wednesday.Mr. at this oflice on Wednesday.Mr correspondent, that Dr. II. R. Thomas Is Cordell, John J. Hopkins, Eau: bulb; a factory. connected with Iho Hotel Roy-
wide and
about 10 feet
incapacitated through an accident to his F. H. Fee, MellHHirne; }o'. W. Munsoii, building over Victoria, N'assnii, Bahamas\ : Is still go-
R. S. Nelson, a popular com mer.I C. T. McCarty at- foot which is Ills 10! (! foot lung Over AO double Mltchlng:;
a prominent we hope nor periods. ieorglan; E. P. Porcher, Cocoa; J.is.lendrrson Ing on, w hilt the erection of the new
Ll I traveler, was in town yesterd.lY'rolojt torney of Ankona, was among the visitors many friends hope to see him around liovlno. A. Franklin could towing 1II1l'hllwlI111 bo used, special bnildluglH being proceeded with rapidly.Important \ .
to the town this week I his ]Ihu'. "' ",ul/llllllwlI working machine! have
shortly, attending to duties. not be found, and J. F. Mitchell and E. I changes too Rl'tIlot'lli1IIlle/ to
-Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger have Sheriff R. J. Chlllingwortli, of West Thomas Is councilman from the Eighth 1'. Porcher were excused. Three juioiseie been oideied, all to ho run by steum tho western end of the hotel, by which

turned to Jacksonville, from their trip Palm Beach, passed through here Ward, and is onoof Jacksonville's prominent ,e sum limned from the body of the I This new Industry will give employ tho original:( dwelling IIOIIKO will\ bo connected .
York. yes- and progressive citizens. lako the meat to uboiit 1,11( )penult So gieat Is with the main building and It
Sew terday, on his way to Jacksonville.Mrs. court to place of those not ,
the demand for his tents that :Mr. Mo
I I :Mr. Gus of Miami and present, at the request of F. J. Webb, will apparently' present \lnhl'okl'lIlino
Melbourne Anthony
Allan Campbell of ,
lr. Faihuul doiibtn If ho can Jill) tho ordeis
F. W. Ainsworth, of Irma, Ky.. who defended all that wore arraigned! tobe after this.-Nassau Guardian.Mr. .
Glen
Strohm of West Palm
Beach
two
the pleasant callers at this fur them hl'IWt'l'III1I1W aid January 1st.
is among in a letter to us yesterday; says: "I tried with tho of William ,
ice on Monday.Col. like the ADVOCATE very much, Indeed.It popular young business men, stoppedover I exception with that flu in her of hands T, W. :MeCrenry, manngor of tho
I Jarvis.
here from Wednesday until yesterday Ilocuntenapbatcslettltugthoso 1 who have Hotel Victory, Put-In-BayOhio\ formerly
is full of /
has been In interesting reading matter.
who
Crocker residing first called
I. The State of FlorIda
when they left for Seabreeze on a case was of Hotel Ginnmla ial
lowing' machinesand desire employment' manager' tall: ( -
wn during a year or so, left for Ankonais -Mr. E. A. Waddell, of Miami, was a short visit to :\11'. Oroljan Ronald. From v*. Lucius :Starke, charged with disurlilng now the tents ut homo, fly HO' doing Ho, Indian Ill ver' was recently called to

week. passenger on Wednesday's northboundtrain there they will go to Jacksonville, and public worship-vcidlct, not ninny women with families\ will bo bcnoitted. Jefferson owing I to tho notions IIl1lt'lIIot

-Mr. J. D. CI'abb and family have en route to New York and Canada. board the Civile steamer Iroquois for guilt F. J. Webb defended tho ac- tl hIs mother By-tlio-wny, the AHVOCATKIN

en enjoying the fine surf-bathing at He will be away a month or two. New York. Their many old friends were cuss .and M. Goldsmith prosecuted Upon limo' receipt of his patents, Mr. Informed that the house-count of the
State of Florida Lucius :Stnrke)
abreeze this week. glad to see them in town. vs. McKailand Immediately vial| |ted Jacksonville above hotel "'"dose' on 1UM a week ago
-Mrs. Walker and her daughter, Mis. .
withdrawn.
using profane language, was
-Dr. J. B.:Screven, of this place, hasd A. W. Sweet, leave here, to-morrow, -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and F. JV Webb defended, I. Goldsmith with a sample apparatus, and tho and this n bigger month rush closes.! than Several over U expectedere fine banquets
his residence on Julia street neatly (;Saturda ) for New York. They will go Claude Walton, expect to leave here tomorrow rosecuted. press, orange/ growers, and capitalists, In -
have been 1I0h.1Victory
via the Clyde Line from Jacksonville.Mr. for Jacksonville where they fact, bundled of people Inspected the recently given; at
Florida
tinted by W. R. Knox.Mr. State of vs. H. J. Shirley, assault for which much has been
The of praise
ent. rapid manner covering a ,
will spend a week or so. Mr. and Mrs.
and malicious mischief continued.
W. M. Eatman, representing the George Branniug, of West Palm Walton> will leave the above place sometime F. J. Webb defended and M., Goldsmith true ((5 seconds), tho small space It o cu- given. Well\ done, McCroary; may you
I Perfecto Cigar Mfg. Co., Palatka, was Beach, whs has been on a vacation at next week for the mountains of pier l when not in use, Its simplicity and do likewise when you return to Indian

i town the first of the week. Daytona and other places, stopped off Georgia, South and North Carolina and jjosecuted. Herbert practicability, pleased each visitor. River. I
State of Florida
vs. Spoil assault -
,
-Mr. J. S. DeFl1s, representing Bene- here from Wednesday until Thursday.Col. Virginia, to spend the summer. They and malicious mischief, continued. Orange/ growers are so pleased with tho Hotel Oxford, Jacksonville, had quite :

Pollack & Co., Jacksonville, was in J. P. Setz, and Messrs W. G. may also visit New York ere returning. }'. J. Webb defended and M. Goldsmith above Invention, that ,11 r, McFarland brrllllant nffnlr on Friday\ : evening last.
IWD yesterday morning.Mr. Paterson.' Louis Cherry and Wm. Jarvis, Claude Walton will return home the latter prosecuted. lays ho may have to employ :200.! hands This unique little hotel In. run by that 7

well known residents of Cocoa, were part of next week. ,State of Florida v*. W. M. Moody, assault ho gets much more of a rush for the /genial lady, Mrs. M, O. Klnley, who ,

Jno. R. Walker has moved histock pleasant callers at this oflice on Wednes- and malicious mischief, continued. cuts. makes everybody fool as If they were at :!

of furniture, dry goods and milling day. AT THE SAME OLD STAND. I am F. J. Webb defended and M. Goldsmith "homo from Inoue" Lieut. Roland S.
into Mr. E. B. Wager's store. Rockledge.The Pike has boon a guest of the Oxford for
-Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wet more, of still dispensing those unexcelled, delicious prosecuted. .
Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa State of Florida vs. Wm. Jarvis proved some time past, ami It wall In his honor
-Mr. spent a this place, left, yesterday, for Jackson- Temperance Drinks.
w days in town the first of the week, ville, from which place they take the J. R. WALKKH, Interesting. Geo. M. Robbins defendedMr. woodman Joss, was so unfortunate a banquet was given lie was also presented -

business connected with the Countyourt. Clyde steamship Iroquois, for New York. Titusville, Fla. Jarvis and M. Goldsmith prosecuted as to lone his mule recently with a beautiful sword by the
and friends the hotel.
at
guests staying
Mr. Wetmore's absence, the ice The accused was charged with carryinga
During
pistol In a' rude, careless, angry and A. L. Hatch and son, Charles, took a There wore many toasts drunk and several
will be in of Mr.
General Postoffice Inspector E. O. Tate, factory charge Hadley. Mr. aurgoyn'. Yacht. threatening manner, and resisting the business sail to Eau: Gatlie one day last bright and entertaining speeches'

)ho has been on an inspection of post- -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown was out yes marshal. It appear that in May ]last week. made, which Lieut. Pike ably replied( to.

ilfices south of Titusville, passed throughere terday, for the first tune since the ne seeds Mr. Jarvis shot an alligator that wa gong The Lieutenant about to leave for the ;
A friend In Burlington Vt. Sanford
us drove from
J, B. Magruder .
Wednesday, on the northbound gro's brutal assault upon him, and he the following which will be of Interest after hi* duck.; the mayor, Mr. Albert scat of war In the Philippines. Tho banquet -
here lust week He spent a day or so
rain. paid a visit to Cocoa. The Sheriffs : to: our Halifax River readers: "C. G.Burgoyne's A. Taylor, fined! him 5.00; and 3.00 Into visiting his father closed with many n wish for hula .'

-Mr. Frank E. IIowe, of Barre, Verinont many friends were giving him hearty yacht "Sweetheart," it twin costa, but refused to allow Mr Jarvis a safe return. I

in writing us this week, says: "I congratulations upon his recovery. screw boat from New York 80( feet long, hearing In the mayor' court. The mayor T. O, Ronald<< left here hut Thursday An Important chnngo In hotel manage :

ahoy reading the ADVOCATE each week, -Among those in town this week were arrived here on the 10th Inst.I from ordered the marshal, S. A. Barfleld, en route to Daytona, where he will spemlthus ment has been consurnatod In Jackson

pd always find something interesting in the following: J. M. Sanders, W. G. Bluff Point, having cruised through the to collect the fine and costs. When Bar- remainder of the summer vlllo. Louis O. Ruthbun, )proprietor of ,

t," Paterson, Wm. Jarvis; Allen E. Camp- Hudson, Erie canal, Lake Ontario, the field went to Mr. Jarvis to collect, Mr. Mrs J. I). Almond was among tho the Rnthbun House, of Elmira, and the

-Miss Lllla Sanders who has been bell, F. II. Fee, Edmund Simmonds, L. :St. Lawrence and Saguenay rivers witha Jarvis refused to pay, telling the marshal Rockledgolles who took In tho excursionto owner of the Carleton Hotel, Jacksonville .J
Cherry, R. N. Andrews, E. C. B. Tyndall, crew of four. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II.L'I1eureux that a* the mayor had refused him a J ackllllll ville. signed an agreement with Charles
weeks' visit withhe
bjoyidg a couple of Gus Anthony of Brooklyn, who are spending hearing In bin court he could not impose A. MerrItt lessee and of tho .
C. T. McCarty, Geo. Brnnning, mniiitgpr !
Misses Sallie and Bessie Hall of this Tltuavlllo
[ him. The marshal told Edmund Simmons went to
Glen Strohm, and J. P. Setze. a few weeks here, were the guests of a line upon Hotel Ploeldo\ to take charge of the Car.
jilace, returned home to Cocoa on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyuo and enjoyed a Jarvis that he had orders to either cIII.lect tho first of tho week, where ho was summoned loton and run It na a (list-class hotel on '

ay. -Rev. John A. Hughes, formerly pastor sail on the lake In the yacht. Mr. and the fine or make him work It out on ns a witness In the trial of Wm. the Amorlcnnplutn/ 31 Merrill will still .f

-Dr. Ralph E. Smith, of Jacksonvilla, of the Presbyterian church at this Mrs. Burgoyne are enthusiastic over the the streets, and attempted to arrest Jarvls.W. retain the management of tho Plncldo\ '

las joined the bachelor's club for the place (:Starke), but now of Titusville, beau ties of Lake Champlain and will remain Jarvis, and In the struggle the marshal I,. Coats, of LaGrange, came down which ho proposes to run strictly ou the

ummer, his wife and baby having gone was shaking hands with his many friends hero until, Sunday. He Is the commodore struck Jarvis with his club and drew from Titusville Monday, und has taken European plan/ as soon us tho Carleton III

Philadelphia and Cape May to visit here yesterday. While here Mr. Hughes of the Halifax River Yacht club, his pistol. Then Mr. Jarvis produced char go of tho Cocoa meat market\ He ready for occupancy! / Tho latter house
Relatives.Mr. made many friends who are always gladto Daytona, Florida." his pistol. Justice J. M. Sander pro- will probably remain hero all winter. I Is to have Its nnnie changed, and will
see him.-Florida Weekly Advocate, vented further trouble. After tho witnesses .. hereafter bo known as the RathbunHouse. I
and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of Rock- Thursday, Aug. 10, 1800. for the defense had boon exam- ----- The work of overhauling and
edge, who have been spending some Mr. Flakier mays More Property In N..- ned Mr Bobbin moved that the chargeof A .|!l.1o<") Ht. AiiKimtlnCoin puny II..- "
tho hotel will at
-Judge J. D. Beggs, of Orlando, our repairing begin; once. ;
[time at Windsor Locks, Conn., are now and brilliant state's attorney, au. resisting the officer be quashed, on valves a Cliurtttr.; Tho Interior Mill bo refitted and a now '
journing at Worcester, Mass. Mr. popular the ground that the mayor and marshal'
attending to some law business in and handsome passenger; elevator placed
land Mrs. Jerome expect to visit Boston after town before Circuit Judge M S. Jones, Mr. II. M. Flagler has purchased from actions wero not legal. Verdict, not Letters patent were recently Issued Incorporating In the hotel Tho Mllanl room will bo

|cre returning to Indian River. returned, home last Friday evening. By- Mr. J. H. Brown tho property on West guilty. The second charge, that of the ]'lmllllmrliI'holllIIII10 handsomely, finished up and providedwith

-Mr. Eugene Randall, of Boston, who the-way, many are of the opinion that Bay street hitherto known as the Ordnance carrying a pistol In a rude, careless manner Company, with a capital of $125XX:! ( ), particulars fine/ tumbles' On the Market street

visits Eau Gallic and Melbourne every Judge (Beggs will get the nomination for Yard, which Mr. Brown bought at was withdrawn. of which wore given In the Al. side a luxurious cafe, modeled after the
sinter, Is now stopping at the Mono- governor of Florida. Success to him. public auction at the time the Imperial The court closed at 10 o'clock Wednesday VOCATK of July I Jlh./ The 1t\/lOralolll-/ style of the Rnlhbuu House cafe In Elmira -

!rooyck Inn, Chatham, Mass. lIe is having Government ordered the sale of that and morning CO" of time company\ will located at St will be ono of tho features of tho
excellent sport shooting shore birds, -Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brady and fam- other lands which had been used' for Augustine, and its business will bo to new regime. The hotel linn 110 COlli mo-

and getting himself in trim to do a little ily, leave here, to-morrow, for Boston, Military purposes, says the Nassau THE DEATH OF JOHN TILL- )prospect und ml no for all kinds of materials \ dines sleeping rooms, and U considered
via the Clyde Lino from Jacksonville to Guardian. The piece of property In works and by to be a comfortable house. ,
[shooting in Florida the coming winter.In erect plants machinery, many very ;
New York, thence by Fall River Line to question lies immediately to the westward MAN.Mr and operate same Louis McLnlii In The hotel will bo ready for guests about
consequence the stormy weather Boston. Mr.I Brady will spend a month of the land on which the Colonial president and general manager; aol John November Ut.

| last Sunday, no service was held in or so in the latter place, before returning Hotel U situated, and It can cattily: be John Tlllman, of Juitmnn, in.; Algernon Wyllle, secretary und treasurer, Since:! the foregoing" was put In typo .1.1Afr.
St. Gabriel's Episcopal church at this :; home. Mrs. Brady and the family understood that it will form a most useful who Is widely known and has a host of Rathbun, the owner, thinks It
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place. However, as Archdeacon Brown will remain a month or so longer.Mr. adjunct to the new hotel, and will friends on Indian River, will learn with I' would bo butter to name It Merrill' Car

and wife expect to leave here next Tuesday Jas. McFarlane, a well known provide a much larger land area; than regret and sorrow of his death, "hlchOCCIII'fOti A :Mluml Liquor c.". leton Hotel and! Family Resort.
on a vacation, services will be held of would otherwise have been available.We at his residence In jultnun, ,
and prominent pineapple glOwer, At tho regular meeting of the Board --- -- -- -- -
m the above church next Sunday, the ednes- are told that the Ice Factory forma Sunday morning J\ UIC. (11th! at tan o'clock,
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Palm Beach, was 11 passenger of County Commissioners for Dado
20th Inst. of the sale. announced last; week' AHVOCATK. "
portion a*
day's northbound train, en route to Flat a two ho has sulfured with County, hold< For
over
-Mr. Chas. R. Serjeantson, who has Rock, N. C., to join his wife, who has valvular trouble years of the heart, from which William N. Wood of North Ml- .'

been on a visit to Hobe Sound to view been there a couple of months or so. NOW IIHADY! he died lie was conscious up to the and\ was refused a license to sell)) wines, (0( room [House, fully furnished, for

his fine piece of property, passed through Mr. McFailane has a very beautiful placeon moment of !his death. He knew ho was beers and liquors In election district No. tho season of /:1\)11./:!)!) lJaY1uIIIpref"rrud..

tare, Tuesday, on his return to Nash- Lake Worth, which is much admired Our superb line of Fall and Winter F::>. dying, and with his wife and children 7. The reason for the refusal was on tho Am of long experience In hotel Business

fille, Tenn where he expects to reside by tourists during the winter season. brlcs for Men's Garments, Made to Meas.. around !him, spoke of his bright hope representation of Dr Walter Graham, at Tallulali Falls\ Ga I ? Want/ to run the t

permanently. Mr. Serjeantson says that -The Rev. S. D. Paine, a veteran of ure. After weeks of preparation and inspection through Christ of eternal happiness, and who had been employed/ by the citizen Arlington In connection with a !good
no city In the South has so many beauti- to present a petition und adduce other house Florida\ Best of references can
I I ful the Crimean war, of West Palm ]Beach, of the largest and richest stock I commented on the beauty of scene of
! girls\ as Nashville. en routeto death lied and the Christian's evidence that Mr Woods was not entitled be given. Address,
passed through here, Tuesday, of Imported and Domestic Cloths, and I his own ,
I to such permit 31 r, %Wood through; W. !)' YOUNO
Philadelphia, where he will attend careful: selection of only such as meadapted triumph. lIe was a successful: business ,
of the G. A. loved all who knew him. his attorney, Janice '1'. Sanders, has Horvd Proprietor Arlington Hotel, Atlanta, Ga.
I Pet Stock For Sale. the National Encampment: to the wants of lip-to-Iate! and 1 man, and by
the board for alternative
R. lie is a very talented and forcible Dressy Men, we can say with confidence, Judge I D. I,. Gaulden, his brother-in- notice upon an -- ---
I Fancy and speaker, and the members of the above we have secured the strongest and mosl t law, spent last week In Georgia, with thedeceased's wilt of mandamus compelling the
pigeons fancy cage
song board to Issue such a license The case TitiiHvilU Laundry.
doubt hear
birds Encampment will, no something lenitive line of Merchant Tailor Cloth family.
rabbits, Belgian hares, guinea will be hoard; before' Judge; Minor H./:
I of interest from the rev. gentle for Youths.. Young Men Middleagedand -
pigs ,
; white black and rats Jly-
, yellow ; Jones, at Titusville, September\ 15. Mr. Oeo. Cook Titusville Is nowpreparud '
, lag. Mr. Paine's son is on the staff of Old Men it has ever been our "oudfortune ,
all gentle man. for Miami.A
gray and fox squirrels, A, Mow Company do work of
to laundry
every
and l all stock pure bred. Price list free. that excellent paper, the Philadelphia to see in one collection. W e ..
All work
Address, MHS. E. II. AUMSTISO.NO, Press. _- guarantee perfect fit, thorough wear, en company ha been organized to fur. A Itaro Opportunity. description.Leave washing at guaranteed.G, F, Duren'acorner "
Jacksonville, Fla. tire satisfaction, or your money back nloli Miami with electric lights and water your
TALK IS ('UEAP-Words may mean Prices low enough for every one, and hlgl I power. The capital stock U .. ,, ) and The lands of Joseph Peters, deceased, store, opposite ADVOGT: office.

naught. Prices are what you need. enough for us to give fine work, and full I the officers Include A. V. H. .0\/: \I olDeLand t, situated on the east side of Indian River, ------- ----- ,

Save :Money by Sending for Your We have touched the bottom. Call value. president; J. R Parrott, vlce-, opposite Jensen, consisting of some Oil .

Groceries to the Magnolia and be convinced. J. R. \Vr. eau, EAGI.K CLOTIIIXO STOIIK, president; and H. S.: Jettison, secretary acres, with I 15 acres cleared and In good Wanted Hewing
Star Building l Titusville, Indian River, JIa. and treasurer. The above members ol t condition for cultivation, with several -

Grocery Co., Jacksonville Titusville, Fla. the Florida East: Coast Railway, Including buildings, I III In my hands for sale. (Gentlemen' Clothing neatly repaired.

Florida. Foreign Language Messrs. J. I'. Beckwlth and C. B, This land baa rented annually for the Dims It. C. SCKIMUKOUK, I

Wanted. Knott, will form the Board of Directors, past ten year at from $-'>00 to $HOO net Tituivllle, Fla.
10 lh8. granulated sugar. $110.IbnwhiteC LOC The principal place of business will bIn I cash. Can give perfect titles. One of

( 1.1* Experienced party In stock raising Madam Deltz, of City Beautiful Fla.,s St. Auguitlue. Miami-as the ter.. the best places on Indian River, The
11-Ibs. green !.<*() wants a partner with capital to itart *I Is prepared to take a few pupil at rea.. minus of the railway-U again In luck,, cold last winter and In former year did Situation Wanted.

9-lta. Arbuckle'a coffee 1.00 cattle ranch In South Florida; best loco enable rates. French, German anc Would that we had a dozen such town I very little or no damage. Apply at once

U.S.. bacon, per pound..*H cation In the state. Address, Spanish taught. I' O. address, Matured along the East" CouttowOIwade I ana get a bargain. A thoroughly competent and reliable]

Breakfast bacon u .9 and .1C I W., care ADVOCATE, 23-lf.: Seabreeze Fla. prosperous by the magic wand ol t r I). L. GAULDKN, white man want a position by the year, 1

Shoulder ..nPicnic j TltuiTllle Fla. Mr. Henry M, Flagler. Long may h e, Titusville, Fla. to work a* foreman and manager of

biro. . .
Joe Da Hoes hive pineapple plantation oo the East Coait.
Boat ham. u.. . ,lU( WHOM
lu the buIos
Nine
Empty Sugar and Rico liarreU year experience
10.1 bs. buttertne. 1.40 t The San Mateo Cigar, N'ur
Are manufactured and told by Barge!y Good reference, and will guarantee aatU-

Write for prices on other groceries. Florida Tobacco A; Baumgard, wholesale hardware dealer s For aale. Address, faction. Address,

Goods delivered to depot in Jacksonville All East Pore Coast Grown, 105 Chamber street, New York. I have for sale, four work hones*,, WAI.TIU Moony, "C. t S," care ADVOCATE,

MAOXOLI v lackionrllle GROCERY Co., Fla.k No better. made; try them. :n-3 Capt. E. H. RICK, Titusville, Via.I .' 8 George St., Charleston, H. C. TltUMllle, Fla.n' .



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ORANGES IN A YEAR. IN FAVOR OF POULTRY. GOOD ROADS.The Mllllts, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per Ib. by mall; 11.: ', exnr,

SEEDS freight. German best for hay, $2.10 per bushel. Kaffir 8 "

The Pacific Const Fruit World has the Professor Dryden, of the Utah station, good roads movement has takena white| and red, also) Jerusalem corn, 20ctg> per ,lb 1 by mail: r'0m,

N f"l1oInlC reference to an alleged remarkable bus been giving a series of talks, at In- thorough !hold! of the dwellers up and lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange; 20cts per Ib. by lprk

oh discovery of Secretary Lelong, dilutes ,the past winter. Among other down the east coast, says the Miami Gets Ib. express or freight. mall

mmev5i of the California Board of Horticulture.It things he said: "Ask of the people III I c'rrespomlent of the Times-Union and Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50:; per bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.

say: 'there money In hens, and four out of citizen. Brevaid county will build conniderable Seed Corn In variety.

"Secretary Lelong of the State Board five farmers will say no. Of course, the? shell road during the coming Cow Peas, market prices.

111 Da t.X Dr. hlnca of Horticulture, to-day announces (he correct answer implies that 'the hens season. Read districts N'os. 1 and 5 Write for pi ice list.

most important discovery of the board, ncelve the best poss'Me treatment. have taken advantage of the new road L. CAMERON Seedsman

and one which will mean millions of dollars The man who feeds his hens on the. law, panned' at the last session of the ,

to the horticulturists of the State. dunghill with a few table temps once a Legislature: and) will make a special 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

For many months" past Secretary: Le- week has no right; to an opinion, nor levy of five mills for road purposes. In

long has been endeavoring to grow cuttings linn lie who keeps his hens until their road district No. 2 this, with the general -

0 7t11L&"i n from different specie of trees by teeth fall out. There, prohahly is no' road) fund. will rive:! the district about GEORGE MARX. JOHN JlAUX,

\ aLak crafting, them on a foster mother loof. money In poultry keeping as It Is conducted $1.HX to spend this year on their roads 1VIA.R

Success has crowned his efforts, and he on the majority of farms." In district No. 5 the special and general BROS.

fir 1 now gives the result of his work to the .,ln the experiments at his station' I load fund will give that district about Wholesale Dealers In ,

,. &,X.PtsLLnLL. MIJ horticultural' world. His discoverymeans there were nine separate pens, and the $:;,200 for road purposes. It is understood
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'" in a nutshell. that you can sake financial results varied from nothing that the money will be used in GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE..,.

the limb of any kind of tree, put a foster to 200 per cent profit on the cost of the, purchasing and laying shell. In Dade

THE MOSQUITOE mother limb to it, and in a very short feed. All received 'the same kind of f, county none of the districts' have asked 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

lime the limb will take loot and becomea food, though in different quantities,, fora special!; levy, but throughout the
toli.son.xrlllo
Mosquitoes believe In the good old tree. and all had as much as they could eat. southern portion there has been and is F1.orldn.

Limbs two feet long were taken from The pen that gave no profit and the still being built miles of rock
fashion of largo! families, says Alnslee's many ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
monthly. Well they may; they don't haveto Washington naval orange trees and united one that paid 200 per cent were of the road that cannot be excelled. The rock ,

raise them. There IK. no walking the with foster mother roots and placed same breed but one was composed ort road lending: to the golf grounds will be -

floor nights with the youngest, or sitting In a handy soil! and in eight months t three and four year-olds, and the latter extended to the city waterworks, a distance We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pew

to mend stockings about they had attained a growth: equal to two of pulletn; and the hens were fed In of two and one-half miles. A rock guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

the up second summer-;you no worrying know If or three year by the ordinary methods. boxes, and the pullets had to scratch in road is also being built on the south your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

bring them through the second summerall you The same results were obtained from the the straw for theirs. The hens produced side of tne Miami river, extending west MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.

I'lght-there is no scheming to olive, apple, poach and pear,' together 04 eggs each during the year, into the Everglades. The farmers at rar- We only Sell to Dealers.
put
Tom through Harvard or Dorothy with other varieties\ of trees. As a result value fii( cents; the pullets produced Allapatta are building: a road to con -----=

through.- -vassar.- it is of this discovery- Secretary- Lelonir JEll otrr__'' pnrli- -- --.. value_n_' *y 1_.,RS.__. Thin_ .._ hung.._.... nect with the coif; ground rock road.

:Mamma lays from 'twenty' to very foity simple dozen says that our hortlcultuilsts will not ate >f>:3$ cents worth of food, while the This will be continued west to the

eggs In some quiet pool along about: have to wait ,five years for orange trees pullets' food cost 64 cents. Everglades. The dwellers on the east John B. Stetson University

o'clock In the morning, and considers to bear, as they can probably be advanced Another pen of old hens that were coast of Florida are a live, up-to-date set

her duty amply Bono The Inherited to the bearing stage In one year from fed In >he straw ate 62 cents worth of of people and know the value of good

experience of ages has taught her thatIt the first operation. With olives the food and laid 101 eggs, value $1. The roads. Although many parts of the DeLand Florida.

Is best to mans .them together in a bearing time can be reduced from four cage of the pullets cost 4.1 cents per east coast are In their infancy, yet theyare ,

years to one year, and the same "Is true dozen ; of the first old hens 0.0 cents, outdoing many of the older portionsof
pointed eclipse
slightly concave the
on For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins
top, the eggs; being little end up. The of apples, pears and peaches. This will and of the last mentioned, 0.0. the state in solid, permanent im

air so sticks to the mass that It Is impossible make an enormous difference financially The first old hens lepresent the poul- provements. October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

!. to wet It. In sixteen to fruit growers try on the average farm. To feed a
hours the
larvae come out on the under side and "The same line of experiments has thousand would cost $537, (O. They lay er In Medicine Diarrhoea Invaluable.Dr. M. A. Simmons It gives Toneto Liv- College, Academic, Xormal, Art and Music Departments Large, commodious
been carried along with reference to or- IiHO: < () worth of and there is
begin a most active existence. They are eggs, a profitof the :Stomach: Aids Digestion and As- Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., insuring .
by the wlgglers that: used to Infest, the namental trees, particularly\ with the |22.r>0.) Tho pullets, on 'the same sists Nature In carry ing off impurities.
rain perfect healthfulness buildings heated by steam throughout faculty of 22
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conifers. He has ;
now on hand specimens scale, would cost $G20 to keep, and ,
water barrel at the
corner of the house Lies
in the early days. The wiggler has two of the Norfolk Island pine and the would produce eggs worth $1,880, leaving and cats never travel in straightline. trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information.

stages of existence, larva and pupa. For Auracarla Bidwell pines, which were a profit of $1,200. Deduct $200 for Address. J. F. FORBES, President.

seven days it has hard work to subjected to this process eight: months interest and we have $1,000 for the Keep the Stomach and Bowels in good ,

get up to ago, and they are now two feet high; or labor of feeding and caring for them. condition, the Waste Avenues open and
the surface to breathe, but when It free by an occasional dose of Dr. M. A.
changes, It has hard work to get downto equivalent five years'ordinary growth; When the experiment began in Novem- :Simmons Liver Medicine. Os: AS. :SLC00. ,

the bottom. Two and when it Is noted that trees of that ber, the pullets had been laying for a DEALERS IN -
days later its -
size are worth 2.60 apiece, the value of month and this A man's own good breeding is the
or more, was not counted -
clothes begin to feel
tight, and when all PJ.ne 'W'lxios and Ll.qu.ors:
best :
the back buttons burst off, It crawls out OTowors.the discovery Is apparent to all tree In the record: The fowls were all other security people. against the ill-manners of ,

using its old frock as a kind of boat, V Leghorns.; Hit ,1417 & 419 W. Bay St.,
Over fifteen thousand apple trees, consisting A bushel of wheat with 50 cents
while It Its Mrs. A. W. Oaklawaha
gets wings straightened out. Yangue; Fla.. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
This is a very ticklish job, and of a Northern Spy graft on a com- worth of bones, lean meat or butcher's I writes: Have used Dr. M. Simmons
many a mon root of resident stock to the Liver Medicine 30 Cures Chills r w Ii
life has' been lost pestiferous scraps, will feed two Leghorn hens a years, and
the young beginning of by drowning at wooly aphis, have just been pro- year. Those two hens, with intelligent Fever, all :Stomach and Liver troubles, Bombarding Dewey
very a and ailments in
promising ca- common my family. It
reer. The fact that so many are pagated and were shipped to prominent treatment, will produce about four hun- is stronger and acts quicker than any With good things Uncle Sam is

laid would Indicate if eggs growers; for general use under the new dred eggs: a year. Say those eggs average other medicine. r preparing to do when he reaches
else
nothing did
system. 'l this side of the pond. There will
cent and have
that mischances a a piece, you $4 returns -
many await the mos Sale of Stock I be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,,
Speaking this ,
upon subject to the
for bushel of wheat and 50
all your
quito at stages of its existence. Burgundy, or any other that Howsin
Fruit World ,
When a man hears for the (first time Secretary Lelong said : cents a ter his honor that will be purer,
We have and by virtue of a letter of hypothec ,
that It Is the female mosquito that does not yet established the Ques. UNDER to it directed !by George. ,O.,Uleagon! y w higher! grade, or of more exquisite
tlon as to the bciauet than what you will find in
bearing qualities of trees That plengingae.FCUrlcycura certain indebted
all the biting, It makes him feel right Throbbing Headache ness. Certificates 37,38,39 and 40, each for ten K'S'' our superior stock at all times
F produced In such manner., It will take chares of the capital stock of the East Coast
glad, says Alnslee's Magazine Further several Will quickly leave you if you used Dr. Realty Company, standing in the name of said I jf> Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
to do this.
comfort is afforded by the knowledge years I feel quite King's New Life Pills Thousands of (>eo G. OleaHon upon the books of said corpora- s and beers are unexcelled.
confident that they will bear, but sufferers have proved their matchless tion, the Hrevard County State Hank will sell at
that, the male; mosquito has probably whether they will bear merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. public auction to the highest and beat bidder nr- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years'old, delivered to any part of the State
the keenest prolifically re- for cash, in front ot the Court House Door at
musical sensibilities of any mains to bo soon. It Is however They made pure blood and strong nerves Tltusvllle, Fla., during the legal hours of sale express prepaid, for 320.
of his class of animals. He has quite a a very and build up your health. Easy to take. upon the

brush of hairs on hit antennae, and with simple process, and will be fully described Try them. Only 2ic.: Money back I If not FIRST MONDAY IX SEPTEMBER, 1899,

them he hoars. and sot forth to the horticulturists cured. Sold by F. S. Chaffee druggist. the Mid stock, and will duly afwien game to the
Mayor stuck one of his of the State at a later moment." purchasers\ by virtue of its authority as agent of ESTABLISHED 1880.
kind; on a glass plate and sounded tun- the said Jen. H. Gleaguu conteir u by scud letter

log forks nbout. When one tono was A Frightful 111 under JIGGERS.For of hypothecation.HRKVA1U: COUNTY STATE BANK. :Bond Lumber Co.

made certain hairs would vibrato whileall ROHBINS &' UltAMAM: ,
the others Will often cause a frightful/ burn, cut, the benefit of all who are troubled aug4! 4t Attorneys for Dank
wore still. Another
tone scald
or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve with' jiggers among their chickens I will Manufacturers of and Dealers in
would start another sot to vibrating, and Is tho best in the world, will kill the Notice of Application for Permit
BO on. Also I If the pain and promptly heal it. Cures send you an infallible remedy accident-
tuning fork were atone old
to Sell Liquors 'Vines and LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
side of the mosquito, the hairs on Soros' Fever Sores, Ulcers Boils, Felons, ally found to be an exterminator of ,
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that antennae Corns' all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile those troublesome pests Nux vomica, Beer.

that trembled most vloontly, so cure on earth. Only -J5!; cts. a box. Cure a tablespoonful fed to tho chickens dally Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
when the male hoars-or rather guaranteed Sold F.
by S. Chalice and Vegetable Crates. We solicit
correspondence.:
kUHLlC notice Ig that
hereby given
feels for a week mixed In bran or cornmoal I I.onley
the druggist.Why
voice of his beloved In ono an- / it' Mo'.low_ have, _tiled___ _with_ ..____the_ Hoaid.. ,of ,Saw
and
...--,.- --. dough: and then every two or three d.fys: I'ouniy'" L cominiHHioiirrii'" <>[ iirevaru toiin., Phvnlnff Shingle Mills at. nnnrls Mllln. on .I..' T.-., *n n K., W., R'v.-- Yards at
ivuuiiu, nu WlleelllalJOut so that tlio VIbration not even 1tleet of In the State of Florida, their application for a DeLand and Tlt svllle.
is equal in both and tIIe8 straight armored for two or three weeks; this will free the permit to so1tIl'luol'S.' wines and beer In Election .
ahead Spanish warships could succeed in getting chickens and yard entirely from them. District No. 2, of said County and State;
to meet hor. That Is about all that ouch application will be acted on by the
there Is to the male a hand-to-hand interview with One of our neighbors following: tho old mid Itiurd of County Commix-toners at their
mosquito) though, Admiral Dewey next regular meeting, which will be held on the H. A. HODGES.
except that ho cannot bite for the sufficient home plan for destroying: hawks by feeding ...
FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER. A. D.1899,
reason that ho has her chickens nux vomlca, found to MANUFACTURER OF
no apparatus at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon of raid day, and
with which to saw through the skin. So The Automaton chess player is a won. her joy that she was'also freed from jig' the said: Hoard hereby calls upon any citizen of ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
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derful thing. It playsa which had been troublesome such Election' District who may desire to do HO.
to gets/ very
speak, he has the pumps, but no ) inside : to show cause, if any there be, at the said next
drill Hut the female is its perfect limitations.game among her chickens. .We have all triedit regular meeting nf said' l Board, why such permit ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
thoroughly But shell non lie granted: to the ahpleante. Any one contemplating their in
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shedding building
and found it a success. You can pineapples or oranges or
get
equipped for getting once outside the / Bv order of the Board of County C iinmlsslon-
through
even a polIticlan's routine moves the [ pulverized nux vomica from( drug erg of Brevard County, Florida, this, the 1st day any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
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hide. The only mystery is Automaton is any of August. A, 1). ishal.Jolts Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
E what possesses her to want to bite at all. \failure. Much of a store. One tablespoonful Is sufficientfor R. WALKER. Chairman part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
sixty or chickens and it will aug44t Board of County Commissioners, .
How does she como by her hankering: \ medical practice seventy ,
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r for blood. The scientists it 1 is as limited in its not hurt the young ones.
give
If
E she laid her eggs In the wound like up. the way as the Do not eat the chickens while they are Master's Sale, SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD
Pnlatka. Flu.
carrion lly it would bo ,.. moves of the fed daily with nux vomica. It would be E. Bay St., Foot of Catherlsa'TILSON
easy to answer Automaton at TTNDER and by virtue of a decree of foreclosU -
, the question, but she doesn't. If she I fa ;'. );, chess No well to give it once a week while the ure and gale entered in the Circuit Court for CYPRESS
-.._._::;- --_..-. K hot weather lasts Mrs. J, I.. M. Brevard County: In the milt of Nora 8, Wells COMPANY
stung to defend herself, like the wasp, I Ii\\1\ medical man et al V8 Annie J. Brown, et a'' I as special ,
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it would bo It be can move with Putnam county master appointed by said decree will hell In
easy. must her brutal front of house door at Titnsvllle' ,
success outside his experience and train- nor Manufacturers of -
passion for blood that prompts her ing. For that This is not the tlrst time the practiceof ida to the highest and liettt bidder for cash, dur
reason the local doctor, the hours of sale, the
legal
feeding vomica to fowls for the ing : upon
to attack helpless human beings often gives up as hopeless a case which nux FIRST MONDAY IX SEITKMBER.1H09 :: .
o Sho cannot got this craving by Inheri is quite curable when greater skill and destruction of vermin has been mention- Bald, ilivrea the following lenoriliecl.deHcrlned situated real in estate Brovanl In #_ Cypress Lumber, Shingles and Lath. *i

tance, fot1 the chances arc that experience, are brought to bear. titliMiinli.. wn have .uprsnn.illv- ___ __ had n__ __ no__ county, Florida to wit -- .
J 'none of It is the SO-calleol Inrm-nM_ _n___'_. Anti__._ with it. The I.otI, of Block "O"ln the town of Kdgartown. A large stock of
nor ancestors as far experience highly poison I Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding mouldings shingles,
back as William the "hopeless" cases, which come in such according to the plat thereof on tile 'In the ,
Conqueror ever had a tasto of human numbers to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, ous nature of the drug has long been Clerk'al' Ottlce of Hrevard countlJ said l lot elng lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
a of Government ,
10 SA,
part Tp. S
blood, and yet, sit out on your front N, Y., for treatment Men and women known. While with man and car'niver, It -1\1 E. Together with the buildings and Improvements mouldings/ of all patterns a specialty.

stoop of an evening, and mosquito, not with weak bodies lungs and, obstinate fevered coughs cheeks, emaciated have. ous animals it readily destroys life, her upon laid land.M., GOLDSMITH.aug4 { When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

half of an hour out of found in blvorous animals are less affected by It. 4t Master -
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make us straight for you as if she had Discovery the true elixir of life. "The A few grains destroy a dog, while it requires

boon born for that purpose When blood is the life and the Discovery several ounces to kill a horse, anda Executor's Notice. FOR $3.20.

thinks of the great clouds of one by inl.'rclisinR.the activity of the blood bird of the countries in which the tree .
(Itheso
tor-
making
moats that glands, and restoring to healthy grows is said to eat the seed with impunity. \TOTICE III i hereby given to all whom It may Sent to us by will
live and action Express, postoffice order
die the
In swamps digestive and nutritive organs, J> concern that six months from this date or New York Exchange, we
where no warm>bloodod animals places the entire system in a condition to .Times-Union and Citizen.A > the undersigned: will present to hot D. L. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
ever Oauhlen, County Judge of Brevard
come, for fear of being mired I ono can throw off disease. There is no alcohol, Florida his anal report, accounts and vouchers county. FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
opium, or other narcotic, in "Golden Narrow I scne. together with his' petition for discharge as ex.
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easily believe the estimate of entomologists Medical Discovery" ecutor of the last will and testament of Emily:
Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaE.
that not ono in million Mr. Chas. Hunwick, A.Iteynoldsdeceased. the Celebrated Seven-
a over samples of Lenox. Mtcomb Co., Year-Old
ml blood. !Mich, write; "I have never felt better in Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken Dated at Fort Tierce, Florida, this 8th day of
life thau I do now I have taken lr, Herce'my with a bad cold which settled on my June, A.1).1809.)
Golden' Medical Dlncovery right along. I think lungs; cough set in and finally terminated R. 8. REYNOLDS, Calhoun Pure
lam doing finely. I do
1 not cough now and I can Rye Whiskey
During the civil war, as well as la our sleep like a school boy. I think I will have to In Consumption. 'our doctors gave Executor Estate; of Emily
late war with Spain, dlarJ'110elwas change my mind about'Patent Medicines ai I me up, saying,: I cquld\ live but a short A. Reynolds, deceased.C. .
of the most troublesome diseases one the know never that had I much have been faith In them; but you moat time I gave my soil! up te my Savior, T, Mccarty, We ship in PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (whlcb will 1'lld all cam
treated in
) when
ment
army had to contend with. In In and by three doctor two received hocpital no determined if I could not stay with my Attorney for Executor. junl66moMAEBIAGE your $3,20 will you be get It and test lt, if It la. not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and.
cheerfully refunded.
t stances it became chronic and many the old benefit; to I think your medicine i* the only friends on earth, I would meet my absent \ are close at band and caD give QUICKER This Wblllke DEI I'IVEItY ..any '&.00 goods In the WO!markette hats
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medicine fur than distant houlle
soldiers still gutter from It, Mr David me. ones above. Mv husband was advised' toget been doing business In this 'lty ani iou tile same stand for over 1& YEARS and as to oar Rbr:
Taylor of Wind Ridge, Green Co., Pa., la You A 1008 can get page the book, free for the asking. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption HasT FDBLJ8H1D.PAPER the I'OX8I1HUTAXD editor of this pater.RE1'UT.-\TlOX for honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here, or La
People1 Common
Sense
of and Colds it
one thebo. lie Coughs I gave
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea uses Chamberlain's Remedy and Medical Adviser, the best medical book trial, took in all eight bottles. It has 101 WORD'riallltt nu tel f'alremi.v ADIES DVII. t.. SOLOMON A: LEVI,

says he has never found anything that ever to published, free, bv sending stamp cured) me, and thank God, I am saved ,; Thouaanda 8e1.ctbt:04utlal ot Jon. rUMrii to 1028 A: 1030 First Avenue,
would give him such quick relief, It la pay expense of mailing only. Send and now a well and healthy woman" oral sitl'arataal' P. O. Box No. 33. ALA
for sale by all druggists and medicine 31 one-cent stamps for paper or 31 Trial bottle free at F, S. Chaffee's drugstore Trtal ,subs\ ..MO*.i:O cM.Aimplt BIRMINGHAM,
dealers stamps for cloth bound edition, to Dr. Regular size 60o and Guaranteed copy 20. NOTICE: We ached
$1. pay Express to all COM-
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R. ,\ Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Social Americas 'Foie 0 ANY," P0'0" by "SOUTh ERN EXPRESS
or money refunded. Southern: SWSytJas other... to old Express other Companies Express CompaD we prepay only to !*>"" where

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<3tO*0 A GRAHAM, (It. It. It.) I t/I\'tll'\: r. CHURCH.

BOBBINS Jr flt.nl..R 211,1 I mid 4th Sunday' In etch
THE GREATBLOOD I -.- -_-- ; "'" month, .t i II a m, anI1::;:tI> (I'. m. Sunday school
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW = _. every Sunday at 11:,m a. m. Evening: prayer .t
J p. in. on 11'edmendays. Litany service every

HOURS!-From 12 a. t tI _- -- _-_ Friday 10 a, m.Anllllra".n.
OFFICE m. u
p10mto 1 I I II. F. HHOWX, hector!
and 2 to 4 .
CURE
MAW GETS PAW'S ADVICE. '- -
TITCSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida MIK8IIYTMUAX: : CllfltCII.Rrrrloe .

p.0 1ox,108. Vhleh .. Jmit 1hm,1 as :Much ApprerlMlrd Sald.ath
every at I it I a. Ithan.11.1Op.m. "
7111 practice In all the court*-cut* and fed a. I .nnl.Nlto Hitndny flrhiml at In a. hi. lie.., W. M..hle t ,

"gperlal facilities for examining and perfect FREE.A Before 1.J\tt when I jmw Come Suit I'r.i ice yrrmrellnir are cordially..\\,111.,111"liivitpil evcnlncati.W. to attenfour
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I Inf<<.land titles.D Home maw says to Him: pert .
Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- It.... JOHN A lIt'mn'II'aato' ,.
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"Paw got suthlii I want you to _
--- ---
U. HOUQHTON'S eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- I Tell me." --- -

ples, Scrofula Blood Poison ""'t'II." paw/ says' I'I'C'I n wn3'. I 11.\l'TItT CIII'IN'H.

Cancer, Kidney Trou- don't yore| they are eiinythlng I Can't lrrarhlnirrvrr.r .'''''''101 and! fourth Sunday
DENTAL lII"rlltlllC and m-nlng( ;, Trajrr MWIIIIM every
FLOATING APARTMENT "
ble, Boils, Malaria, -- tellou all about. 11 eiltw .lay l evening at Taal: o'cl.M-k Sunday
the IIC- "Two work Hero I&'hnn'' every Hnn.luv at ii.w: A, m. Alw
on (Dentos) Rheumatism. _;. '''' !girls wants to |1'.II..ho
-j liMIt ,
coo; lug Hinnliiv at U -. maw Says, "and I wNht you'd Tell me Invltvd to attend
Now at Palm Beach. A TRIAL TREATMENT PENT PRIVATELYBY which one to Hire." One's n WI'lll'lurl .:. N. HULL 1'imtor.

and one's. NlugllNh guil. Whltch .
MAIL a one
FREE TOLL WHO OfFKER. -- ---- -
The of well known Masonic Home mentions inmate
matron
rL.. GAULDEN If any n an or woman from a one would you take?" :MKTiioni.sTninini.:

m.lOtlor Skin' Trouble will writ suffering us we will send any seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, ":tow IItI I no" says paw, ""'h\11 ilejtnliiraervleeKrtery. first third and fourth

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, them free of charge and |'tvinld] to destination. 1 ain't seen them. You ot to no which 'I'I'a' at I II I n. m. Mini Tan )p, m, MiiniUy
a trial bottle of sufferer from and has been Tab.
Kotauir lllood Italni, (II. II. HA a great indigestion, taking Ripans School I every Siunlny at lo.oo; a, in. Kpwortt: ;
WlIIl'ractlce'ln all the Courts of the Stat the famous Southern Illood 1 Remedy It ban Is the Best. l"ruguoeach Miimlav HI 3 u'm:: I', m. prater ""',,to
| 01 Florida and the United States Courts. I permanently cured thousands of roses, Home of ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is "Thay Seem about! the Same," mnwsays. Inn every Iliumlny night! at I:0: o'rl-H'k The
2'yearV standing, and after doctor Ijulli-s ;
I. U Box, 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. and patent inedlclnei" hail failed.. Remedy*, hospitals. ban (never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in at :a.no: p.Aid m. K Horli-ty: erj U.ily inert welt-nine. *''eryednemlay at our church
Money to Loan. been thoroughly!; tented, for pant 30 years and In "Well, sposen we Flip a Penny" erTlrea
says
nM. a perfectly safe to take by old or young iilood a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person
Halm Is an lionent Inexpensive reniedv that paw. "Tales for the Swede gurl and Uev. A. II. 1'KXXKV.: fnator.CATHOLIC ,
GOLDSMITH may test before you part with your mo'ney.CURKS you to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, Heds fer the other out" --- --- ,

MADE HY BLOOD HALM. eighty-four of has had liver trouble for and "No," uinw says "1 think that's. IMsgratsfull. ciirucit.Rervlce .
years age
Allan Grant of Sparta. Oa cured of painfulsore many years
You got to Toll mehlch at 10 a. n,. emery Hitndnr, In new
epithelial
on lip railed .
cancer: Julia :. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S him much. also have
two
help They Church '
A2TJRNEY AT-LAW Johnson, Stafford I*. O., S. C., cured of a terrible very you'd Talk" Imlldlnir North Tllimvllli*. ( Ii Il1ren'a
oalechlsm
.
3
at :
Itching Bryant Moody erzcma, Tex of 13, cured years atandini of salt rheum; W. A m" nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer So puny soon Thay Come Back, and p. III III'':V. J. I'. O'lloM.K.: Rector

Titiisville, Florida. hand. Ills hand resembled a burned surface, from indigestion causing headache depression of spirits and nerv patty He ookod out through, the crack ---
,
suffered four jears, yet cured by llotanlo lllond -
from Behind the Door at Themhlle
Halm. 11 W. Heazley of Amerlcin, Ua., ""f- .MI'MCITAU
take the Tabules and find them useful that
ousness. They so they
fered with sores sll over his body eating Into Thay was Talkln to maw, and when ----- --, -
J. WEBB, holes Jlloc>Halm cured tutu; sound anil well. always have package in their pockets. The matron also states maw come In -
r. a :
L. H. Sewell of Atlanta Oa., cured by four bottles pawsays TOWN ('Clt'. ('n,.
of a terrible eating ulcer on leg S. W. "I gosa you Better take tho Ingllshgurl.
that she is of and at times suffers with
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Tops of Jackson Ga., lid violent skin dIM"Me, forty-five years age indiges- Mayor: Adhl'IIIlIr IIraly: ,1o"'rll\'lt : JII"1.: .
,
Dlxnn. W. R. Knox inn. .
II
U .
Wulkl'r. I.
entire
almost
body scab
,
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th cured by it. H. H. J. J a. Hea.I'yet of Athens permanently Ua tion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the Last note paw Como Home Purty lIalllI\\E.: I.. Itrndy ; At'811..r: .1..lIn 1I.y;

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residenti I five had years eczema tried on doctors hands, arms and patent and legs medicines., suffered{ Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to have her Tired and when we lot Sot Down at ('mullectnr treasurer: dl I, 1'1.'I C.Junes 14. .Nehuyleri J' The tlmarhaland llindl

and rents and accounts collected. Blood Halm cured him only a few scars remain used in testimonial. the Table maw rung the Bell and In meats drat Tuesday In each 1IIlllth.
ing where the sores had healed Mrs. W. J. name a come the Swead gurl.&
Titusville, Florida. Steed of Aiipu-ta Oa had recurring bolls, was WAn'&!)t-A_erWJtoeMfltatfrfF-A-irf will a.111raM >erWahh ..l. ". sue
cured by only five bottles three years ago. N..11.'. Mote Ike wer 4 Sri r-AtTS r"f*...< .".e.MaaUC.M t.'I.,.-m' -. eMM. Paw He looked at Her a mlnlt and INDIAN ItlVKK (K'AUIS.
Perfectly well since. Mrs. M, L. Adams, ofFredonia aaa.uN|T pckteai..e.lati .Me-fee kW .1.W.............. Ti 11...m'lt n< .. >. when she went out Ho to Maw
Ala, had deadly cancer wan given sMtwr Gr ...3. le ee3 e4U fcen.. IC1 nil.(1IiItooo.e. asltuMw a.,5.11 I.... Hays : Drill at the Armory, over nounty jail every
T O. FRIES, C. E. up to die by nine doctors, yet wan cured by "I Bet I no what you'd Do If I Told fuemUy. evcnliiK In the month at S o'clock.
Kotanic Blood Halm. W. P. MchantelofAt you to Go and Jump In the Ij.ke." It. E. AtIMM,J H., Ca|>tuln.IIOAUIt .
lanta, cured of rheumatism but what more
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land need we eayWe could nil this paper with .uy I ""'hlt t?" maw ast.

wonderful cures and remenilxT, all these trou- rocKings or green u"'tau inniti unworn "You'd go away some Whnlr and OK TKADK.
RACKS.
legally surveyed and sub-divided. bles are canned by Had HItKtlln the system and WALL PHOTOGRAPH .
Blood taint cures because it forces all the and gaiters are no longer en Climb a Tree," paw says, and then He Meets,ery aiMondedneiiday night In each

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for of poison the symptoms.outward hence there cannot be a return Oeoornlltr, Convenient ":a"I)' Made regie. Low shoes are better for outdoor made/ a SwlH| > at a .Fly what was Bun- Judge month at ll.Ii:aril". n't'I'k Juana. In prralitent roonm.irvvr; J, 51.pont Dixon"nice.,

all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed Don't trifle with blood troubles, and remem and &a.&I)' Carried About. sports than ordinary walking ten around and Rocket over the vlneBor treanuieri, J.d. Bm.t' ""'",&Mry.

bar, even If saraaparllla tonics doctors and Most women like to haw the counterfeit hoes. Ho III 1'. It was a Sad HI to.
lines salves have failed I In that R. K. H.
a specialty. your cane -
Botanic Blood Balm-Is different from anything presentments of relatives. friends. A new fad In underwear Is the knee UEOUOIE. ('UIINTUFFICI'ItH.' .

TrrcsviLLK:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. else, and cures to stay cured by expelling the or celebrities round tht'JIand hardly length "pants.& This abbreviated style Chicago Times-Herald.
poisonous matter from the blood. Till teeth
ls destined. "(111 felt want"
to (
a long 8CIIMI. ROAR
that In this without
only remedy cures way. consider a room furnished a
HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM but with wheel and golf de>.olees.. The Innovation She Culled Him Nat.... J. M. Dixon. Tlliiavlllei; R. N. Andrew
GEORGE W. ALLEN, WRITE FOIL FREE TIIIAL BOTTLE.:: few portraits standing about we bids fair to revolutionize the Suddenly a bicycle\ lamp was turnedon Ltooa<< ; H. *'. (Hl>lm, Melbourne.
have too much even of a good thing a dark corner of the plazas and A
If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balmis trade. Its advocates reason that then
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW what you need you will find large bottles for and there y* nothing so uncomfortable Is relatively no more 'ilse for a "con blushing girl was. discovered. (COUNT COMMISHIONKItS.J. .
sale by all druggists for (1.00, or six bottles
(full ) For free trial bottle address as a room In which hardly vacant tlnuons performance" on the legs than "Why do you blush?" they asked her n.Valb", Titnvllle, rhnlnnani Jo"ei>h
.
Key West, Florida, treatmentltll.oo., 14fl Mitchell St., Atlanta spot can be found to deposit a book or on the arms In hot weather. "1-( think." she replied( falteringly, Mendel, ijilrm\Kej J. It. Walker, lltimvlllei
Ga.. and bottle and medical book will be sent J no. lloimton, .:JUI ( Will practice in the United State,I all charges prepaid. Describe your trouble and a cup of ten because of the photos and Bicycle hose this year' Is of the tin "one of those kissing. bugs Is somewhere Regular ....sh" *are hold' lint Monday. In each .
and State Courts. 9jun9'RALPH we will include free personal medical advice. other trllleti which till the tables. In obtrusive class. Fancy tops are still about here." month.

these days of Hats and turnouts, when proper but thu colors and designs! are The young man sitting by her side -- --

every nook and corner must be utilized quieter and neater. cot up and walked ny with e\'t'ryln. ('UUNTOrFI<'I.\I.I4.,

E. SMITH, M. D. the wall Is made to accommodate All made with dication of InUltllatul\-Chlcalto! Post. Minor H..TOUCH, Tlliixvllle, circuit Judge; I).
AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and bicycle trousers are I.[ (Gulden Tltnuvlllc, county, JIIIIIIIII| M.loldnmllh .
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world's many a space saving contrivance, and cuffs which button at the side, but ( Tltimvlllu, |iM",>viitliiK attorney. ;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. greatest hero. By Murat Halstcad, the lifelong among those may be numbered the Could Mot (;,,".ralaoll. A, A, Stewart Tltusvtilo, clerk circuit court;1.1.
these made of the
and admirer of the nations Idol. are now same material
friend Wnotmi Couon: .
"You're beneath contempt! exclaimed K. tax anneniiiirt K W. Hall,
Specialist In Genito Urinary and Rectal l, Biggest and best book; over 600 pages, 8x10 wall photo rack. For travelers too as the body of the garment. Full ritunvlllfl, tax collector)\Jnhn' ""lIry.Tllllnill.,
inches nearly 100' pages half-tone Illustrations. who wish to Rive a homelike touch to one French nobleman. Irtiunurrri; J, .II., Huinii, ( oiirtenay, IIIII''rlnl''I1111' -
11,50.{ suits of the same material are not
Enormous demand. Hlg commission iiulillo
Diseases. "I 1 shall not honor by noticing limtriictloni;1.1. O Idea I'ltinivllle,
*. Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write the temporary| abiding place In summer worn by the makers of fashion, but you county surveyorIJ.I'.llrowm'i'Itusmlllo t iherllT.
quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor hotel or boarding house It Is a you," said the other.
1-27 Forsyth Street. Caxton lildg., Chicago, light trousers with a fancy check or = T '::. _:::-.-=
And after reading a few columns of
because It be packedflat
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. convenience may plaid are the thing, with a sack coat of no(.0 I Is of no value when health Is
'
similar dialogue the American pugilist
and carried In the trunk.
solid dark color. In dIUljl1r., What's of moio value T
A Hot Weather Soap. Besides the advantage of getting The stylish shoo Is laced low, but not looked up wearily and Inquired: Plait's up tO'dntu tablets) will break upa

C. II. PEETE, There Is nothing niter In hot weatherIn eight or nine cabinet photos out of the so extremely as before, the tops hl'ln"allO'o "Why don't their managers/ "/ make I cold Irf one day, and for constipation

DR. the way of soup than n clear clam way amid yet en evidence, a wall photo the ankles. The best dressedriders 'em quit talking and tight? -Washington ind biliousness and all malarial troubles,

rack may be quite an ornamental Star. It has no equal| By mall prepaid for :'J!.*>o.I'ratt .
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. bouillon says Table Talk. Scrub well still wear caps and 1 have themto
addition to a room provided It Is In Mod Id, no Co., Station B, Chicago,
50 hard shelled damn Bull rinse to remove match the troIlKerH.-Now York Her- Fo..r Money
111. bend fur mi tuple.Homehow .
508 Cherry Street nil sand nUll dirt. Place in a harmony with surroundings both aid. BUffcrs-Who says women have no

kettle with one and a half cupful of as to color and material. Do not, for heads for business. ? There's! a woman or other lie Chicago pint-

Macon, Ga. boiling water. cover closely and keep Instance, put a dainty white brocade made $1,000,000( by simply turning her form resolution turns out to ho the

the front of the (Ire until the rack on a wallpaper which In getting Mti.t < near hand over.WhllTersPhewl. Lazarus at tho door of this year's party
shabby, for Instead of brightening\ up According to a decision) just handed
shells open. Strain the liquor through How
McL. DANCY D. D. L. conventions.lluwuruof.
"Tyil. doubled cheese cloth,add sulllcleut boll- the room It will only make It appear down here, a landlord can compel his BlIfTers-Sho turned It over to Mr.

Ing water to reduce the saltiness of the dingier by contrast. Choose materials tenant to come to his ofllce and pay Bullion and now she's. Mrs. Bullion. Ointment forCuturrh

Graduate of Philadelphia College ol f broth, season with white I pepper and which will not clash with your furniture his rent. Ho need not hunt up the Boston 'J'I'II"I.ll'r.

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations I serve with tiny oyster crackers. It cither and make the foundationof ten'it: and ask, "How about that little that Condtlu nicrcnry,

promised. Ilazeltlne Block, corner Day fresh clams cannot he had, the canned the rack of wood n quarter of an matter?" but can sit down and secure A Wnrrlor Hold. As inoioiiiy will suiuly destroy tout sense

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bouillon may be used. Inch thick 1(1( Inches long and 7 Inches judgment against! him. A landlord "Did your husband take an active of smell ami complululy derange the

wide, or of very stout cardboard. telephoned hu tenant last January and part In the war against Spain, Mrs.l'arvenu7' whole system when entering It throughthe .
Much
faces. articles
A Dellcloua Summer U..rt. The covering should ho of colored asked him to come around with the mucous: sin
should never he used except on preset Ip-
ROBERT McCARREL, Pineapple sponge, as Illustrated and silk, satin or sateen, which must beA rent, but the tenant said "Come and "1>111 he? Well, rather. Ho run an lions from reputable 'tihyslclaus. as the

described by the Boston Cooking get It." More words passed, with the army canteen single handed from the datnngo they will\\ do 'Is ten fold to tho

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, School Magazine, furnishes a very result that both engaged lawyers. It beglnnln an the Spaniards' laid down {ood you can possible) del!vo fiom them.

tempting dessert Simmer together one has just been decided In the laudlord'f their arms."-Detroit Free Press. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by

I Churches specialty. Steam stone works I cup and a half of grated pineapple, favor, and It cost the tenant $:'::00 to .K. J, Cheney A Co., Toledo On., contains -

throe-fourths of a cup of sugar and kh find this out.-New York Letter "F'aelnf lli. Wor..'. nomeicury, and Is taken Internally

j CONCORD AND PRITCIIARD STS., ) "We walked! 11 miles this morning acting directly. upon the blood and mucous -
.1. sub fares of tho system In buying
without stopping, said one Filipino
I CHARLESTON, So. CA. Hull's Catarrh Cure bo" lute yen got the
I 4t i UMMERCATARRH .soldier discontentedly. "oiiulne. It Is taken internally. and Unade

! "That's so," answered tho other. "Wo Toledo! Ohio, by f, J, Cheney &
(
might as well join a golf club and be Vo. Tuatimoiilnis lice jT Hold byIrugglsts

done with Washington Star.In )ptlco 73o: per bottle Hall's!

: Falllllyl'llllnro the bout,
------------
IFERRYSSEEDS the Mummer.Tapoly

: I CulurrbcJlA' towrti, ,_- -You're an orphan? Vice-President Hobart( Is becoming an

(uses it II matt prrvitlinl Miss Nornergurl-Yes. expert on the "quiet) little talk," hut so

i /4.summer catarrh.Itsurprlnesmanythut moHlht. H Ittlltdlummir TUlcly-Well, whoso consent may I far has not arranged to have/ one with

ask Iu order to marry you? General Otl.

'!I Miss Homl'rfturl-\\'cll, might
were famous yeah ago-their fame you
gruw every yvnt-ut the ..-...d.1U00t rlNKAl'rLK IU'ONGE l Ifl r bowel trouble U catar- ask inluu.-Boston Traveler.The The WMT Way.
tAll to b6 relief onralway.14e .
be.t. For pale by leadlIIg half a cup of water 15 minutes. Add "l1 rhal. Dr. Ilartman'ehooka "How fresh and rosy you look, Nora,"
0..1.. Ilve Ct"1I1.J'l'r WALL Mil(TO HOLUKII. make this .
re everywhere. J plain. ) 111TeaeberWhat )
who had returned
of of gelatine exclaimed Isabel, just
11. one-fourth a package
t paper.nd alM them cut two Inches wider and sir Inches Write to the Pe-ru-n Is the difference between -
rmliit pn having Hun soaked In one-fourth of a cup of cold from the beach, and was greeting her
no rink -buy "'.1'1','.. longer than the foundation of the rack. Medicine Co., Columbus, 0., for them. lying and perjury friend
18 Heed Annual I free. and strain through a cheesecloth
Y. N. FEHI1SAIUUrtnl4 ; water the Juice from the pulp. Make two folds In the IJlI1tl'rlnlahout They tell all about catarrh and how Tommy-Paw says. a man lies because "Yes, dear," replied Nora, "I am feeing

'1IIe" pressing dish of Ice water and stir two Inches dl't'11 and four inches apart, l'e-ru-na cures it wherever located. ho wants to and commits perjury splendidly, and mama nays I havean

Set In a set. Now pin them Into jiosltlou and then stretchthe 'I hadchronicdlarrhicafor .. because t he has IndlauapolU JournaL alarming appetite."
to
until It
begins
constantly "Where In the world have been
material/ tightly across the foundation fifteen years, writes you
add the Juice of half a lemon and the and glue or tack It at the back Mr. T. K. Miller, (band v- since I saw you ?"
beaten whites of two eggs and beat Tex. "I tried ... "I have remained at home," replied
Prairie
thus the two ,
forming "llO'kltll"Ihown ?
DROPSY COm.dwith .vegetable.. eared until very stiff. Then turn Into mold In the Illustration.upper many medicines and I "1 A Mother Tell How 'She Hayed Nora, "and have worked hard every day.

many thousand and set aside In a cool place. Serve doctors In vain. At last If but I have been taking that wonderful
called bopel_. la tea with whipped cream sweetened and The lower pocket kooks best In a Pe-ru-na was recommended I Her Little Daughter' Life. medicine, Hood's Sarsapat Ilia, and it has

-lays T"at.timoni lea.wo.'l.-and thlydnofallm'apremar.mor4 Til: DATS treatment fr.,.-. flavored or with a b Hed custard. contrasting shade velveteen or brocade and It relieved I am the mother of eight children and done me, oh, so much good. You see I

DI. 1. .. CtXU'l SOJJ, Box Y."aD".g& trimmed with strips of antique) aDd cured me at once." 11 4f have had a great deal of experience with always like to feel well when I go away, t
gold braid. This &pocket should IMJ put medicines. Last summer my little and I leave for the mountains next

i The f.eo.eer.ed. on lu the same. May ns Its. fellows, l hut Mr. John Martin, flU daughter had the dysentery Its worstforma. week."

H. serer borrowed trouble, It Is. desirable to make It at least an O Main St., Cincinnati,and O., We thought she would die. I Wattereon
wife
pined writes to
or ;
60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE H. n.m drooped : "My Col replied
tried I could think of hutnothing
everything
weather, Inch de "T. ,
It* grleted Hit al the 'p : myself took Pertina -
your
and It Is that
expected
Col. now
seemed do her I Bryan
to good. ,
lot ut around and wtlined When the front of the rack l I. finUhcd. I'' for chronic dlarrhtea tiny
Be never waded moment l. cured taw an advertisement In our paper tbatChamoorlalo' Kentucky Democracy's tense of personal
a strip of sateen should IK- fastened and It us.
In thinking Over ways I Colic, Cholera and Dlar-
'' has been satisfied.
\\I' thereby h. fnlgkt hart canceled across the back to cover the : No rhoea Remedy was highly recommended [

alUUkre of y,,"erd y rough edges, and brass hooks may I be "tried before helped and sent and got a bottle at once. It Hpuln'i UreutttMt Need.

screwed Into the top corut-rs. of the ? -r us. proved to be one of the very best medi
tit hot never ilghed.borrowed"AJuI"trouble"Alartl"But rack, which can IMJ used either for photos Mr. Edward Wormsck cines we ever had In the hous It saved fro U. P. Olivia, Of Barcelona, b Weak

U burrowed from his neighbor. or letters and Is. In both vases. use Ledbetter, Tex., writes: ny little daughter's life. 1 am anxious spends till winters at Alken 8. C.
TRDritaNsKICOPYRIGHTS In the
And b. never paid them back; tul and ornamental. : pe-ru-n for bowel for every mother to know that an excellent nerves bad caused severe pains
. Ac. He never grieved o'er errors i troubles Is unequalled medicine It Is. Had I known It bock of his bead. On using Electric Bitter
An one tending a eketrh and deecrtptlon whether me annirenllnn That his grief would not undo by nythlnjf In my i''I'/\!'\ at first it would have saved me a great ., America's greatest Blood and Nerve
Inlcld* lurertaln le our opinion"UIDlabl.free. rornniuiilr...- Be left that for the people The SporllK Hammer :tau. perlfoce. 1- owe deal of anxiety and little daughter Remedy, all pain soon left him. He says
1k.,,.mtriMly probably conedent"... Handbook on Parent. H. ... owing money toChicago The golf Jacket tor this year Is life to Pe-ru-na and p' 1'rl I much suffering., Yours my truly, Mrs. Gao this grand medicine Is what his country
pens f._ Oldest for aeeurmgyate"re.Pnt.nt Time-Herald.
"80' \ knows that It
taken throovh Mann & (u. receive green, which many consider Dot altogether hall ftlway recotn- K. UiniuiCK, Liberty, U. I. For kale by needs All America cures
"fftal notice, without cberge la the an Improvement on the old !scarlet mend It to those suffering all druggist and medicine dealers. liver and klndey trouble purifies the

Scientific American The soothing and boallnR jacket which lent such a touch of all was." blood, tones up the stomach, strengthensthe
Cough Remedy ILl Third A... vim, vigor and new life
of Chamberlain's Mr. John Kdgarton, 1050 nerves, puts
color to the links. Golf knickers dWhlk. .M"
A hnndenmelf IllnetnUd w."I IT.1 a peasant taste and prompt and permanent ) are Altoona, Pa., says: suffered from .l home 7r4 withI Into every muscle, nerve and organ of
eulatlun tear f tour.I month anJ ereentUeywr..1., |L ) n nMeate'MN cures, have made It a great favorite made tighter at the knew and less baggy dysentery for three years 1 took 1'.- PIUM; :!I. Book ol f r- the body. If week, tired or till og you

= NeW with the people everywhere. For sale --.,over. the-hips than. formerly 1'blck- : ru-na and am DOW well." ..l. .,* WOOLUY Mat ERIE" S.a. *. need It. Every bottle guaranteed, only

Ikaocta p"r .C; by all druggists and medicine dealers. u IM Melt mt '* CO cent bold by K. b. C'haffee: druggist













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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE: AUGUST 18, 1899..



4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE) + timate of the man ever made Mr.

. Ingulfs brilliant prose, enlivened by Indian River Real Estate AgenciTITUSVILLE c

I anecdote and strengthened .by firsthand
DCVBLOPMENT 6MilNEPFowrnR
A WRBKLV JOURNAL DBVOTED TO TB
knowledge, Is. well worthy of
Or TUB INDIAN RtVKR, LAKE
.. WORTH AHD BIMATVB BAY BtOTIOMS.PUBL.ISHKU his Aiihject. in connection with FLA.

these paper, fac-slmlles of unpublished

I AVERY KKIDAY.CHARLF.II letters from Mr.( Garfleld's ABSOLUTELY "PURE YOU-would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised v
m
physicians will he printed. The paper, free of cent to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once ("

H. WALTOH, Editor A I'roprletor. first of these papers will appear In Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the publhC3T" to

the Post of August 2Cth.( In the more Many sales.wlll probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why
Dot
Discontinuance of a.htll. mint be made per. <
nine Issue will be found contributions : _OlIlO. WJWWH CO,f>VW VOIHt.fir yours.
onally at thin onire or by wrltin t. hv Inn Marlnren. Harriet Kid I PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to llO.fin\.
--- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.10 per acre.
Check,etc., l>o made payable to CRARLR dle Davis I Julian Ralph und Charles
may mile river front
drawing off the "must. Cover the some of our citizens. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter ; one mile north of! tau
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor Batten Loomis bottom of the barrel with small pieces of Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price $1,000.

[*tone, clean brick or rock, then as you Mr. Franz, of Ankona, was In town. on ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay *i'ooo(. ) a-
Address all communication to crash the grapes, transfer them with the Tuesday. year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. '
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ON Monday night the legal limitation l' Juice into this bairel. To each gallon; of Jeter Lane killed: a seven-foot rattle HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.

TITURVILLK', FLORIDA. placed upon the fishermen\ crush'-d grapes and juice, put a half gallon ; snake on Hutchlnson's Inland, Tuesday, One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2f miles west of TItusville, guod for

of Florida by the members of our of rain water; fill the barrel al d while surveying. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.Grain .

cover over the top with a cloth, to keep
U. S. Department of Agriculture legislature, expired. I Fishing will
out Injects; let It remain over night; -=
Weather Hurcnu-Jupiter, I ln. now he resumed on Indian River draw Off the next day into a clean bar- Banyan. T. .MES :8. :: ovRS::
with vim. all
considerable Nearly
I id (a whiskey barrel Is the beat, one ,
the principal fishermen have Joinedthe that has been just emptied). If you like A few early tomatoes have been set

The following is a comparative slate* Jacksonville trust, to whom a tart wine, put one pound of sugar; anda I out, and seed beds are being planted.
and rainfall for the Flour Grits
I ment of temperature sweeter wine, two pounds to each gallon Hay Feed Meal sod
week. ending Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1800. they ship their fish direct. From of "must. Dissolve the sugar; well Ray Otwell made a quick trip to Cocoa ,

_1890- -1808- Jacksonville the fish will be distributed In the "must ;" fill the barrel full. Layit on the 15th, for a load of freight.

I, DATE.0 MAX.IK MIN.77 MAX.87 MIf.7:1:!' to all points.IN on its iiide with the bunghole; turned Craig Hopkins and J. Livingstone have Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh n

i little to one side, so that as the must gone to the Everglades in a row boat.
10 89 70 R6 79 fermentstho scum will How out. As the
11 00 74 88 75: consequence of the Improve- ferment continues and the level falls, Our school has not started yet, and all (he time

12 80 74 88 70 ments made'on the palatial hotels Hid a little pure water to bring up the we have not heard from our teacher,who ,

13 83 70 88 80 owned along the East Coast by Mr. level so that the scum will flow out was ejected on the 7th lost. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or

14 88 70 88 77 xgaln.; Put a wire screen butter cover Captain John Houston spent a few beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
M. Flagler a large amount
Henry ,
15/ 02 79 87 74 '
over the bunghole to keep vermin from few hours here on Saturday last. Lowest cash prices.
Total rainfall for the week: 2.01. of money has been scattered here !getting; Into the. barrel.. .
Departure from normal rainfall for the and there. At the present time the After- a week or ten clays, fermentatlonwill Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week: plus (O./II) !> inches. Departurefrom Florida East Coast lIntel Company subside, so that it must now be put t Stuart. -
normal rainfall since January 1, upon its second stage; Get a cork that
minus 4.02! Inches. is giving employment to many hundreds will fit the bunghole accurately, bore around CHAS. N. WELSHANS

J. \V CKONK Observer. of. men more then ever. before. hole through the middle of It and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hitching: spent ,
-- since the construction or the large Insert one end of a rubber tube two or last week In Jacksonville, combining

hotels along this coast. Mechanic i three feet long, The gas of fermentation business, with pleasure.Mrs. .

GENERAL). UUTTEHKIKI.D, of New and laborers being employedby will escape through thlll tube; the outer Wm. Dyer, has returned from
are
York city, who IB foremost In get the hundreds at Ormond. Palm end of it must be kept submerged In a City Point, where she spent several CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,
which'
'.eIl8el"f water, through the gas
ting the jubilee in honor of Admiral pleasant weeks with.tolatiyes.
up Beach and at Nassau, and the work will rise in bubbles. It is necessary to
Dewey, is known liy severalof will continue until well into the take told precaution to keep the air from George Rnd Henry Parks gave a Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

our East Const residents, the enteiintr the barrel. If it should do this "candy pull1' at their home a few nights
who
ADVOCATE editor included. The winter. Let those say Mr. there would be an acetic fermentation ago which was greatly enjoyed by our Write for Samples and Prices. ,

" .reception to he given ,the Admiral Flagler is no good to the hast Coa8trC'lucscat Instead of a vinous, and you will have few young people. 1

cnjxice. We would be vlneuar! Instead of wine. Simmons is Old 'Phone 8. --. )oJACKSONVILLE 13 r
in New York will anything Mr. preparing to put out \ Hogan Street, ,
surpass four months the bubbles
After three or -
glud to have him take so mUl'h.ln. a. large" area in strawberries. lie experimented -
of the kind ever before attempted of gas will escape so slowly as to .
terest in Titusville. last year and Is now satisfied FLORIDA.
'I. in Got hum. AH hero worshippers show that fermentation is about 'over, I it will be a good investment. 7el 7n
be Brit and that it will be safe to bottle the wine
1\ we cannot surpassed by THE Boer question still remain :Still keeping the barrel on Its side with- Gordon Parks has gone "up the river,"

ishers. out moving, draw off the wine through and rumor says it Is a business trip of a "
unsettled, and Great Britain is not >i tap In the head two or three Inches most pleasant nature, and the fact tha MeMurray & Baker

PREPARATIONS are under for asleep by any means. It is a well above the bottom. The dregs will be of a certain cottage on the river bank 18 1

way known fact that the Boers, as a that depth. As soon as the first speckof being nicely refitted confirms the rumor 11

\. taking the census of the island of body, are unprogressive, unadven- dregs; runs out of the tap stop drawing that a bride will return with him. We 410, 412, 414, 416, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla. s
Cuba ; and it is said that municipal off for wiae. A few'gallons more, can wish him no better fortune.O. .

governmentselected by the turous, averse to change. They clouded with dregs, may be drawn off, ::EIead.q uar1c
For
peo- O. Poppleton spends most of his --I ; 1-
like in the old c
to jog along same strained, and exposed to the air to undergo -
ple, will he instituted as soon as I time up the river now, where he has sev-
rut like some of the opponents to the acetic fermentation for eral colonies of bees. In the meantime }
the machinery for holding popular ,
roads in Florida. The Brit. vinegar. Material Vehicles Harness
elections can be set After all good by his own plans, his neighbors are enjoying Wagon Bicycles
up.
ish are progressive, active, and the several varieties of grapes t.
the promises made to the Cubans, for adventure in the most WEATHER REPORT.By that cover his extensive arbors. Ills
ve presume they will soon be givenan eager I scuppernongs are a marvel both in size And: Suxidriol9."KELLY" : : .
countries. The -
wild and Ii
savage i abundance and to
independent If and ; as quality, we
government. Boers are hunters and cattle owners. Rev. James n. White, observer for defy the world to show a grape; of finer SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
the constitution of the United the U. S.
Weather Bureau of -
government
The British are-like Americans-- flavor. The jelly of this grape is fit for
States permits our having colonies short notice.
miners and traders have the the table of the gods.
it Is something for President Me- ; they SUMMARY FOR JULY, 1899.
forces of (education science and Highest temperature on the 31st 91.5 The work of shedding; pineapples still
Kinley and his cabinet to deter the 31'd. 71.5 rapidly on. Carl Ilaney Is the last
capital on their side ; but the Boerson Lowest on goes
mine. the other hand, decline to avail Mean for the month, 79.9 to begin, but will\ not be the last to fin HAMMOND PACKING CO.
80.4 ish. As lath and
Average mean for 18 years cypress were so scarce,
themselves of the resources by lightest; U "In 1884 83.1 the price (t2.50 per 1,000)) so high, (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

HON. JAMES D. Ilemis is much which wealth is accumulated) and Lowest "In 1880 78.5 Messrs. Holmes, Haney, and others are OUR SPECIALTIES :

talked of as the coining governorof through which the conferred Rainfall in Inches 8.14 using pine lath, that costs $1.05; deliv

Florida. It looks to us as if he by wealth is acquired.power President Average for 22 years 5.51/ ered. With "fatty" pine posts and all "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon i
Greatest for 22 years In 1881 11.7'J: heart lumber they believe a shed will "Coin
would receive very strong support Kruger must step down, and give Lowest for 22 years In 1883: 0.80! last and know the lath can easily be replaced Special" canned meats. A

throughout; the Seventh Judicial Just treatment to Britishers and Prevailing direction of wind S. E. if they are nailed on. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon. e,'

Circuit. The ADVOCATE is a sup- Americans, who will be found in Number.. clear days" 11 "Calumet" leaf lard. If I
'' 11
porter of the above gentleman, who the same set in all parts of the civ .1 fair cloudy 0 Homemade lard. T''
pure
is candidate for the ofllce of To Orange Growers.
a governor ilized world. days with rain 13: "Peerless"

and as far as we can learn, Island Home, Merrill's Island, Fla. compound lard sausages t::1

there is not one newspaper in this PROTECT YOUR ORANGE I NOW HAVE and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. atUt

,
circuit James D.
opposed to Ueggs.
Roseland.
We have been told tha the pink TREES.The Grafted 01
15,000
paper was a little premature in its WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber

advocacy of this popular and well protection of orange and other Mrs. L.' C. Moore returned, Monday, .... ,

)known lawyer, but we think it bet citrus trees is now an assured! fact. The from Melbourne. Orange Trees.On .

ter to be early than too late. McFarland Fruit Protection Co., is aboutto A. E. Campbell left, Monday, for TI- Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet

be incorporated and the main offices tusville.Mr. sour roots, 4.ft, and Branch ,

THERE is a great improvement in and workshops arc to be in Tltusville. Boone and his bridge carpentersare ed. Will be ready for trans- Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs water clos

The starting of this Industry will\ be of doing some repair work on the Sebastian planting Oct. 1 1st, a'so' 5,000 on ,
the St. Herald under its
new management Augustine, and it is full of great benefit to the merchants of Titus River bridge. lemon stock. ets and Wash stands. Copper Ycssels-of all descriptions re-tinned.

vllle, for we understand that fifty sewing; During; the Sunday: blow the ferry-boat The best trees In Florida at any
interesting reading matter. However Its hook" 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St 1
machines and other machinery have been crossed the liver "on own the ,
Parties east coast
it price. on
takes
to the
keep
money up JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ordered, and 150 hands will be employed ,
who want a fine article should va
good record of a newspaper, and if -
In making the tents. The advantages of and
mONrnAL1'ROOFINGCbeap' for and .
the Herald does not receive good write at once prices,
this Invention to save our orange and durable. Quickly and easily put on.
their stock.
monetary support from the citizensof other trees Is paramount, and our peo Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., engage FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !
the Ancient Citye, how will it be Jacksonville, Fla. These trees are undoubtedly thebeat
to know that freeze
ple are delighted or I
able to give its readers such good no freeze, Indian Rlveiltes will here- in the state, address,
service? A newspaper-like any Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
after, have plenty of oranges. Fort Pierce.Frank ,
other !JUstness-cannot be success O. W. CONNER .,
The and I live seconds
ease speed ness ( )
I fully run without cash, so it behooves with which an orange grove can be protected OKLAWAIIA, . FLORIDA Mosquito Netting, made and unmade fine mesh. Sandfl Netting and Screen y,
the tradespeople of the above Roylance returned on Tuesday Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats, Cotton, in all num. ''n
from blizzard with
McFarland'spatent
town to come forward with their a night from visit to Georgia. hers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones Special attention paid to l
convinces the most skeptical of A Shave anda correspondence. Traveling men on the road dealers,
constantly. We sell
ads. in liberal only to
a spirit. Proprietor Mr. Whip pie, of Jensen was a pleas
Its success. How much this means to corporations and hotels. Anything; usually kept by storekeepers In our line we
and Editor ant visitor to town on Tuesday.
Thompson Rose will do Hair Cut. have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
the East Coast and, In fact, the wholeof
the rest. held' here last
The Masons a meeting
the orange growing sections of Florida Friday and formed a lodge. Have a great deal of to do with the general AtCARRUTHER'S BENEDICT POLLAK & CO., 1,

-cannot be fully realized. It will! appearance a gentleman. 32 34 36 West ,
ANOTHER deal in newspaperdomlias John Storman Is having an addition Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r
again bring prosperity to the state, by Barber Shop i
built to his house.
been made-this time in Key -
giving an Impetus to culture.
orange
West. Editor Appleyard of the Clarence Summerlin and family moved TITUSVILLE,

Gate City Chronicle, Sanford, has With our orange groves again loaded to Fort Pierce on Tuesday, for a few None but experienced workmen are employed JOHN R. WALKER ,
,
with the golden fruit, there will bo work months. and satisfaction
. perfect guaran-
the
bought out West
,T Herald and thA Key Daily of Key the Gulf. for the laborers and money In the exchequer J. O. Fries, of Titusvllle, is In town for teed.: Jive us a call. -- DEALER IN --- y
The confidence of capitalistswill for J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop.
few doing surveying
A a days, some
Ho will merge them into one gooddaily i! also be restored throughout the Millinery Ribbons Laces. YeiliniEtc. Etc.
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for which the I ---- -- - -- -
residents ----- ----- ---- -
paper, state, Investments will be made In real ., ,, .

1 of thankful.Key West We will have no doubt, be estate, and prosperous times will again er'i.tel.:1Cl.oc.S: : : : : &:, Fitch, I } ----J 4 L;


, known Editor Appleyard personally for some yore present Besides themselves helping to our the grower view, as and of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA, All Kinds of Cool Temperance

a and we consider the Drinks; Fruits In Season
years
Key Commission Merchants. n
Grocers and
laborer, the merchants and railroads will\ Your
C5P" solicited.
West people have made an excell- patronage
choice in come In for a good share of the. shekels; KAU S1K:-We nuote you a few prices below and when In need of the following article
ent
securing him. We JOHN R. WALKER,
of Mail Order
therefore, we consider Mr. McFarlaml send us your ord.fI. We make a specialty
trust they will give him substantial Titusville, Fla.
deserves some praise for his untiring efforts PRICE LIST: .,

advertising support The ADVOCATE In bringing his I..st Flour, per bbl......... ...........,.. s -.2 Green Coireepet' lb ...... ........... .. .11. .10 ==
Joins hands with West In orange l1rotectloOoscheme .. .. half bbl ... ................ 2.30 Arbuckles Coffee, '"'rib.................. i ..l2y4w '
Key before the notice of the peopleof u $-Ib. 8aek.... ............. ... 2.2. Tea. 1I4rlb......... .... ................. ISu ESTABLISHED 1852.
wishing Editor Appleyard Grit"l'r .. ..................... 1.211 l.anl.-ow"ollnd.l>t'rlb.,......... ......... .M
I in his new every Florida. Success to him and his In- .. Meal n a ... .. .............. 1.10 l.ardo1'urv.l'erlb' ... ................. ... .61i :It- Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House In Chicago. ....
success venture. vention. 11 "11'heat. I' .... ............ 1.2:1. Ian Twnatoes,3- per doa ......... .. .11"
(1 ('on1" .. .................... 1.110 I'le leaches 3-lb.canll. l>er dOl........... 1.00
"Oatil w .. .... ............ 145 Tablel'eacbe..3-lb.can.l'erdol......... 1.110
I X-SNATOItJOllN IIran" .. ................. .110 Corn.2-lb.cans i.erdos........ ... ....... .00 T. D.RANDALL
J. INQALLB has TO MAKE GOOD GRAPE WINE .. 'NI Meal.l..r.ack.\. .9.'i Baked l\eall..3-I).callI, I'erdoz ......... 1,00.a & CO.
written for the Saturday Evening lIrljthtCI"l\l IIl.l>eraal'k. ...... I.M BarlIne.. per do. ..... ............ -1
Ideal Fertilizer, 2OII.lb.I ..................r. 3.(10 Salt'OO-Ib.. 1'r sack... .................. .00 tcoMwrsss
Post, of Philadelphia, two valuable Take ripe grapes, crush in press If ltay,1fercwt .. ........ ................... .8.1 Matches > ................. .. .-11I
the have one are cheap Beet 1)81tellles ,erlb' ............:....... .00 Craelrerssodaperlb... ................. .06
later
papers upon career of you ; presses very 'l/ lIawIper lb\ ... .. .... .... .10 ('raoken.lewon.l: >erlll.................... ..614H =1)N
President Garfield These articles now If you have not a press, put the ShoutSerserlb. ................... ,eff Gingersnaps. ter! III...................... ..O6a' ,
grapes in a stout tub or barrel and crush >erlb. ........... ......,........ 5&6 OctaltOn Soap]\8r dOl...................., .45 .
written by a man who knew Mr. them with a maul. Mind the Rlce'l l\gar.l>erlb./'o.. 614 learline perdol............ .............. ..45ToothplcLTobacco Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce.Pl.n.onpP1os .
Garfield in his youth, and afterward tub or barrel on something solid you that put you ; iferb./ ................ .41 l'otallb, per! dos............................ ..45Beud ,

saw at close range his public won't pound the bottom out. Have u. yp.urbnlen and wake. UI your I1I.Il'nwt'otl. We Invite correspondence : : n Spool.n11y.: ;
another barrel standing on end with the lcTJl\UIO S S FITCH.1.5t Give a8 reference: The Merchante' Ex- N
what is National Bank of Southern
constitute
acts Chicago
the
perhaps 17, 19, 25 South Ocean 8t.. ;
head out, and a tap (or a spigot as they JACKSONVILLE. FLA. press Co.t FlorIda shippers on application. Also state remIttances made In New
most dispassionate and Judicial es call It InOuld.Ireland) In the lower part rr Spot cub buyers of 111,181, Fun Wool and Alligator Skin. York Exchange, or express money orders on which there Is no exchange.:












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INDIAN RIVER: ADVOCATE, AUGUST 18, 18b9. I 6)

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he Illness of Ms\ little eon, which the
writer hopes will\ soon recover.

II1I92ESEA Mr. ami Mrs. Jennings and Mrs Sscer. I

: of .\nkl.naele pleasant calleI'II on'rofessor
,
( II Jannock and wife, last Friday, / W xRTILI7E.RS1 .
vho has charge of Linwood, the beaut I Iul

te'Idencennd pineapple plantation of .
: W. G. Uinans. A tumor Is afloat i

hat Prof. Jannock will take boarders SPECIAL PRICES:

H his wInter, providing, Col. Wlnans doeR mriJ' J
tot sell the property, which he wishes to
I d lo, in order to Invest In other Industries Ti O

; i 1 1t n either ease no one could wish to /find

a L i more beautiful home or place to spend [i]
1 JlH
a few weeks
nero or months dining the sum ..Pineappl GrO\iVers..



-Iml'lIre'aler Is the cause of much .E _11 ELround JT'ortillzor r.l.
.ickness.,.
Remedy this by petting a fine Before the Material be and
:r buying following mire apply to
6/ liter horn Claude: Walton. Thusville. Price $25.00.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you wo, can save you money

Daytona. !... "to 10 STEAMED HONK, PvAW hOSE,
.,. .
AmmonIa. A to 6Eqnul ,
8 to Snlphkte of Ammonl.. ............. JO to Jft BLOOD AND I BONK' ACID( PHOSPHATE,
Available rbuKphorio Add ...... ft to 6K
TME Editor Ben Prevatt, of Deland, has ']ii al to Hone rhoophaM ....... H to IS DISSOLVED 1K\K:, NITRATE OP SODA,
been over hero 1'otaoh K2 O. R to eI .
cooling

BT? Rev. Mr. Staunton off.of_Oiniond hai MsgneslaLimeSodsete.. .,....... .. ........... ...................... M 9\ to to 60 10 SULPHATE: OK AMMONIA, TOHACCO bTKMS; ( E-t
[8 TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED: MEAL
:
been filling the pulpit of the Methodist( 63T" Write for Special Pamphlet. ItAHnWOOnSln.o$,

11 church, during the absence of the pastor, COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIXIT AND POTASHES.
Rev. Mr. Payne. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

I Capt. Bennett, of the schooner "Roya H prices.

1 ]Plllm," claims to have found another

utlet I( to the underground river that Please Correspond with un before being induced to buy from Dealer Send for
:bursts up In the ocean near Matanrai"H

lolet. = ",. tf :.: o H : Pamphlet. Pi


4 blood A. C.poisoning Barr has, occasioned been suffeilng by scratch! from LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO (II

log his leg while at work on some old ,

ewer pipe. He is able to be about once<
IBJQI more J'ackaoz.ville: Flor1d.a.:

E. F. Conrad & Co's., big refrigerate --
-- -
Is a comfort to look at this dog day;
weather; while the effect on the butter: her for Canaveral: was caught In the galeon Sebastian.
4.-- etc., is simply immense. Apart fronts Melbourne. Banana river, and blown ashore lie FILTER YOUR WATERAND

usefulness, it Is a very handsome/ returned hero Tuesday none the WOIHO -
Bahia. The have retreated
piece of furniture, quarter-sawed oak CIOODE A flOO1 E.-Real Rotate and Loan for his stormy experience. mosquitoes
and glass.It Agent for .i tna, London and UvrrMMI' and The schooner, Waif, ('apt. Peabodv Paul Kroegel Is building a :20 footer AVOID DANGER
Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. fllet'lal : for Hardoo A Co.
The ADVOCATE does all kinds of job :>as rather hard on Mr. and/ Mm attention |iald to the Interest o! non relll-l came off Glpasoti's, ways, Tuesday, lia\ --
Bob Hastlo Is the hoursat
need ? Wm. .T. Berne, and Mr. and dents. Ing been hauled out several days ago fill whlllng away
wk. Do you any Mrs. Court.
She left for Cinclnnalus Farms No Store Hotel Boarding House Residence
land Bnckman who had csmedown! from repairs to her bottom. a or
W. W. Otwell Is preparing to erect a Jacksonville, Saturday for little strollon Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATK, cruise south the same evening.Mrs. George Houston visited Fort Pierce
a
nee of substantial quality around his the sands and a breath of salt air, to the pink paper of the East Coast, will\ be Gibson, of Miami, has been hero the first of the week should be without the Anti-[

,rm. be housed and weather-bound all day, received ut the Melbourne Postofflce. several days visiting her ulster, Mrs Win. W. C, Braddock U building a good Germ Water Filter
The children visited friends in Bona- Sunday.We Kitchell. Mrs. Gibson returned to MIami dock for the lUhernuMi's use

oture last Sunday' going up in R. Ot- are to have a road down the peninsula The Misses\ Mary and Bell: Bowman, Saturday last, accompanied by Mrs. Murray Hull our obliging agent, has
ell's sailboat. f;: to Ponce Park. This will be a left here last Tuesday for the north. Kitchell, who will make her' short visit. started work on his residence.!

Miss Ada Parker, of Melbourne, Is boon to the cyclists and others who are Mrs. E. W. Butler! went to Ormonc The family of W. H. O. Scott contemplate Jule Howard Is running dray, Jule

Mting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. fond of driving or spinning down tIle last Thursday to visit her parents and leaving! here shortly for Lake City, handles the ribbons O. K.
Parker, of Pineda. beach to the Inlet. Sometimes though where Miss Scott and Master Hairy will r
and little son the beach is not in condition, owing to Mr. and Mrs. Tupper. attend school. Their residence hate will W A. Louder will\ paint hU cottageas :: ) .r
,
Mrs R. P. Hammond friends the tide, to go both ways; and the river T. II. Phillips very Ut\ at his homeIn be rented, furnished, during the winter soon as the weather permits.

>stpr, of Pineda Friday., were, visiting road will be Invaluable then. East Melbourne. Dr. Peck Is giving months. Willie Roberts had his cat boat out fur
this place on faithful attention.
him his
The Van Hamm yacht "Sunshine" left The private school taught by Mrs. J. repairs. C
and Randolph Living-
Craig Hopkins this Thurs-; for Jacksonville, on Thursday, where I It Mrs. Frank Robertson returned home H. I). Smith during the summer months, Harry Sample returned from a business
place
one passed through Is to the the barna Chicago where she sessions last w s_ / 1 _
with a load go on ways to have last Friday from closed Us Friday. Regular trip to Fort Pierce Tuesday
to
iv last,en route Banyan des scraped off, and a new rudder post spent the summer with relatives. sessions of the public school will begin
alligator pelts. These young men put In before starting for New York early In October and it is expected Miss Fritz Light returned from Jacksonville
the river a C. Moore of Roseland, returned -
down soon on Mrs. L. ,
tend starting
cruise.Do In crossing! the bar at Jacksonville her home Tuesday. She spent the Jean Miller, of Melbourne, will lie ap Saturday

otracted 'gator mainmast was broken. She will go up past week with her parents, Mr and pointed to teach. Miss May Hudson arrived safely at

the coast by the inside route Capt. Mrs. John Goode. Capt. Richardson, of the yacht Roslyn Pine 1)luftln 33 hours from Augustine:! Water being clear and sparkling Is noprsf
Henry VanDorn is in charge and Will
want to buy or seU'property left here, Wednesday, for Sharpes, havIng It Is puio. Well or cistern water
took
you Carter, proprietor of Halifax Printing Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne The yacht, Ladyo Agnes, refuge
i Indian River ? If you do, write the House is a ( who has been staying at Southern anchored several days In our hal'borduring behind the Islands on the east side oi that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial
Times
dian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- passenger Pines, Ga., for some months past, the storm. He will bring his' the river during the storm germs may be 'oeifoctly clear
lie, Fla. See page 4. much Im- family hero shortly, and occupy the W.I I t. your dilnklng or cooking water
last Saturday
-If you want good results, you will arrived home son place on Eau Gallie river. George Houston started out Monda\ muddy or cloudy !P Readily cloanso It
find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising proved in health. for Eau Galllo In the Columbia, but front 11earth\ gaud, Insects or slime,
City Beautiful. medium. The Messrs. Bob Ilardee, Frank Houston Messrs Hodgson Bros., have put In a capsized before going hundred yards. Is the water you use bad .smelling/
Gas into theirItOI'I
and A. J. Goode, came up from Sebastian Lancaster Acetylene and plant to There will be another boat race here tasting f Is It too much trouble to clean
building, expect place several -
last Friday to attend to some out the CI"tClII or well as oiten as should
will bo short
The
Hotel Colonnades and cottages are Jensen.Wheeler more In town. This seems to be the next Saturday. course
business and returned homeon be ? Is the diitlnago from house studio
banking and It Is to ,
and boats will enter
ling with guests, and many enjoy a coming light, being well adapted for er more! ,
up Saturday. or privy dangerously near your water
the surf.A small towns. bo hoped the weather will be better,
pin to make anxious ?
supply, so as you
report Is afloat that within 00 days Coon and Elton Jandaun tookIn Miss Mattie Hayes, of Gomez led,!and Mr.the The closed season ended on the 1,1th: The yacht race Saturday was hardly a Have! you had typhoid or malaria In your

e are to have another large hotel erecton the excursion to Palm Beach last t Edward Conkling! were in an sister at Mi8 and fishing will\ open up In cainottt this success as It was blowing half a gait family lately and realized that the water
of the groom's ,
the beach lot recently sold by Mrs. week. residence Slrdeifieldlast week. All the principal dealers have The Columbia\! Cre, Evelyn: and Wltoli, used may Im responsible for It ? Then

,rter to 1\11'\ Hatfield. R. R Rlcoti made a trip too Jarksonvillo l Wm. Walker, We by the extend Hev to the happy, joined the trust, and will ship their entire of Wall shoot, crossed! the line, but the get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTEIl
last week in the Interest of his fish TucHday. catch to Jacksonville, from which Cre and Evelyn tlt'cwout before reach. at Its popular ptlce, and you are
The work of shelling the new boule- biihiness. couple our congialillations. place the various local markets will be hag the 2nd stake, as both had accidents. safe. It will\ remove Impurities.

M will commence this week. In the I' John floodP has just celebrated his supplied. The Columbia won by arl') lIcondlIIctn.\ cheap and will
antime all Is life here the weevil- Two loads of shell for the stree flfThoy arc very
; car birthday, by gathering' the al sailing
eighty-sixth
lam llfo-llmo. When wilting for In-
at industrious little Insect-Is very I leading from the station to the river have I members of his family to his hometo Messrs. Williamson, of Mlcco, and ---- a
near I Inclose All
formation dense or-
Jorgensen of Grant wore In town last stamp.
,
icb in evidence. been received.
In eating a bountiful birthday
join week, attending a meeting of the Sebastian City Point. dots must be accompanied by cash.For .
Oh, dear! We are so sorry; and what G. E. Male who has been spendin; dinner. The large dining table was Inlet association, for the success of
decorated with a bank of full particulars, apply to the agent, ,
? Sheldon-Col. Post'sgenialledecamp In returned bom beautifully
out Mr. homo time England, I which both The
gentlemen are woiklng.
,l -Is going to leave with bin a few days ago. flowers on a mlnatuj-e lake, In which funds are almost entirely subscribed Willie ]Howell, of Oak Hill, Is In our CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville, Flu.
necessary
lighted wax candles to town, visiting Harry Cresson
Ills business partner were many represent .,
arming
family. and It Is that the "
Alfred Cox, of Eden, seems to have I the of his useful life expected con. and visited
bright Cresson
Chicago needs him and more than years W. I) Home Harry '
; tract for opening the Inlet will be let and
ut>t, Miss\ Caldwell Griffiths (sister of found some attraction in our burg ? lie received many congratulations and the work commenced, shortly. Cocoa one day this week, on business ../THY. ...

s. Sheldon) accompanies them. This G. :E. Coon is booked for Hendersonvllle presents, and was happy In having with C. H. Hooks had flue cow killed by
a
UDR lady has been with us but a \ N. C., on a vacation. Mercantile I him his wife, his daughter, Mrs. L. C. The street committee of the Town
the F. K. C train ou last Sunday
Moore his son, Mr. It. \V. Goode and Council are evincing commendable "
nth> and we shall miss her enlivening bUllneSlllllust pay In Jensen. ; ,
CROWN"rat
escnce. Ah! we are very sorry. wife, and three daughters, the Misses spirit In and Improving the T. A. Robinson departed last week for 4
Now that W. G. Gil more has taken I Annie and Jessie Ooode, J. T. Hog and roads and sidewalks. Along Hector and several days' visit In Daytona.
the choir in hand at the Episcopal church, two little daughters, making four gen Houston streets the walks have been
'E CA OTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE we can confidently expect a great im eratlons present, and Mr. and Mrs John asphalted. Highland avenue, from the Dr. 0. W, Holmes, of Faustina, made

tains-the best known wood preservative provement, as Mr. Gilmore is quite a Minor were also there. All wished him depot to the bridge, has been cleared of City Point a pleasant call. on last Mon

Trios C. WATTS & Co., finished singer and especially qualified t many inure such bright birthdays. MrOoode weeds and grand, and the low places In day.
Jacksonville, Fla.MalabarTillman. lead, and bring out the good qualities) 01 I ( came to Florida for his health the roadway lllled In with shell. Thanks, Mrs William Black, of Lake Butler, .

tholllll whom he undertakes to Instruct.We about sixteen yearn ago, thinking then gentlemen, thanks arrived I hero last week, and Is visiting

would like to know If there is nn y, he had but a shout time to live, but our Mrs. II. 8. Butler of this place and will have
climate restored him toe
cannot Indian River you
reason why William Waldorf Astor hl'alth.11M\ beautiful grounds around Cocoa. G, W. Chancey Is spending a short

become an English subject if h his home show how hi.. time I Is spentrily time with his family at this place HeU

wants to, just the same as an English d among his pet 1)lants'and flowers The Cocoa! moat market has changed employed at Ormond, In the carp titerInIustry I
)lies American surely, w e
become
Ida Parker, from Melbourne, man can an ; of them Is I the THE BEST.The ,
wlthou and his loving care great- hands.
''ted lends at Tlllman last week. can spare a few of our snobs, t
proclaiming to the world that we fee!I out object of his life now. Dr. (i. W. Holmes from City Point was N. M. FUli, of Dlxon's Point, 0. I,. .

!l11. H. C, Starke has returned home, the loss so severely as some papers ai e In Cocoa on Monday. Faber, of Faustina and Mrs. A. Faber,

ulfe'Jensen" leaving daughter, Mrs. doing. -One of the anti-germ water filters Mrs. H. F. Jones Is visiting her mother, of Uharpes:! were pleasant( visitors In our Elgin Butter Co.
greatly improved. town this week,
can be seen working at the ADVOCATE In bt. Augustine OF FLORIDA

J-F. Farley and Chas. W. Bolton at- [Send the ADVOCATE an order for an y oflice. See ad. on Oth page. Marshal B. A. Barfleld attended courtat Balnbildge Richardson, of Faustina '

tided lodge In Melbourne, last Wed. Job printing you need.] Titusville, this week. and Ernest Abney, of this place, vlsltetlEau Jacksonville, Florida. ,
'
evening Gallie last Saturday, returning on
J. M. Sanders, W. G. Patteson and Wholesale only.
Jlrs.I R. A. Conkling has been visiting Eau Gallie. Louis cherry, are attendants at court at Tuesday 4
mister karla ---------------------
Mrs.E Svedelius( at Val Georgiana. the County site, this week. -
'
'the past week, returning homo on iv "' '"BH B Cr2i! H HBHH0HHBBBB[ BIH IBBBHBIBB9B
and }Ira. H. II. Holmes
A. F. Lapham
aday. Mrs St. Clair paid Cocoa a visit, Tues

11issGene Howell Is visiting friends at Mrs. I unson went to Cocoa, Saturday day. left relatives for Marlon and friends, Ohio,until Tuesday fall. to visit B The Monarch of Strength isLION

eo and Tibbals, this week. Hughes is again improving I Ir I Alfred Cox, one of Eden's prominent
Mrs growers, was In town, Tues H. N, Andrews, town clerk, was In Titusville .
i Neater Carl Schuyler came down from health. pineapple this. week, on court business, .

"T'lle' on last Wednesday, to visit Capt. Angel was in town, Tuesday. Mrs. M, Jo> ner accompanying him .
h grandparents, Mr and Mrs. E. lV.ruyler. Foreman Boon of, the F. E. C. Ity., Will -
"' Jimmie Tuttle was taking a ride fo r here last week, putting a new roof on the The southbound train, Sunday, knock'
his health, Saturday afternoon.Dr. house. ed n cow from the track, near Dlion's;
lriE.E! Peabody, from Tibbals, and pump the animal was the property of K. C. ,i
I* of Melbournbe, were theI Chambers was shipping pineapple s Mrs. Chris Houston and children left Johnson. I '

?" uf.It. A, Conkling, on Friday, Tuesday. for Jacksonville, Tuesday, on a short i ( rv
I I pleased 'Silver Oak Carington returnee 1 visit to relatives.Joe The! Merchant, tradeboat, has been I!:. I.::-1 1
with the
t"" ee Mr and Mrs.( loading with stock of groceries and provisions
to their home uu the beach last Friday. Bryan, of Fort Pierce, spent sever and will sail for down river

Hasmer Allen and son, Fred, and Ce- al days In town last week, visiting relatives points, this week.

ui eraWe would esteem the favor If our ell Barnett, left here In their sallboa t and old friends. Jalma Lapham, wife and daughter, of .f'tJ9 COFFEEo
en calling for Daytona, when of T. J. Thompson left for I
r writingor upon last Wednesday, The family Indlanola, were In Cocoa on Tuesday, to
advertisers to merchandise, remain for some time.. last week where will '
I J purchase expect to Canaveral they and Mrs. Holmes
they see A, F. Lapham ..
"'oulj ....
mention the ADVOCATE. for some time. II / :. ;
Monday reside the ;
Mr. Munson went to Titusville\ leave on the afternoon train for J as.: Jz. -_ .
..
He went across the river In thE< R. J. Peck, Cocoa's famous boat build. north .
boat with Mr. Weroln during theheavy .I er, left here, Wednesday morning, fort In at his I (AllflOLUTBLY I'l'llU.)
mail
E. P. Porcher Is putting ways
Tibbals.
o'clock. Both Its strength comes from Its It 13 all cotton
wind about 11 t Canaveral a business trip. river for hauling out I purity. puro
residence the
and knew the on freshly roasted nnd Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages.
t 1 thing boatmen right time It was .I Miss Jessie Newlan went to Hunters- his launch. The storm caught his boat j Brach pack R'o will mako4O cups. Tho pack.
the
: peabody, and wife, and Capt. E. Serous at but they made I wl It I.l: vine\ \ last week where she appointed to at anchor, on the river, and though HI, ago Is coaled at tho Mills BO that the aroma is never
tet sailed for up-river points last venture teach school the coming term. was rough yet she rode out the storm all weakened It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable ?,

k.{,*''" :schooner Waif and launch. safety. Capt. Ncsbltt has moved his family.. light. strength. It Is a luxury within tho reach of all. a

'w.ir1exPect to haul his boats subscription :? to the apartments over his store, which R. J, Peck returned from Miami, Sun- Premium List In every package. ;
'erpainl I Eau Gallie or Tltusrllle to _Have you paid your they formerly occupied. day, and reports his boat shop as undercover Cut out your Lion's Head and get
them If not, please do so. anti all things moving along nicely valuable premiums free.
r Darts. In search of bargains,1 Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Poraero/ have He took the train for Eau Gallie on .. Bot km MOB flnffM I In M. hors.
one of the firm of Dittmar are
u+'lL -If you carefullyIf changed their residence, moving into the he will take boat for Grocer".. .. bl. B.UM .lul .dd/i>M
-contractors of Ft columns Tuesday, where I If .. .. tlcr.t
rte, and builders, read the ADVOCATE fathers cottage, formerly occupied by your pli It oa Ml lb r l>o out
Canaveral, where he will put an engine .ul.tlgb.
*. rbectinn a been ''n handsome this dwell- you are about to buy, plneabPpl1 e Capt. Nesbltt's family. la a boat for G. de Grass Schuyler In N ()Ul Jt'N SPICE CO., Tolodu Ohio, fl,

''or p very or suckers, read the Hoehr with load of lum the .:::.J
eSI r Jwwx,was ca11 8th Capt. Chris. next ten days.
bollia (aIIt Saturday f 9* on account of who have them for sale on page.





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and flavor of fruits, Florida Central & Peninsular Railro

COLOR quality and appearance : MIDSUMMER MODES. j

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of vegetables),
Time Table In Effect ne 11, 1800.
weight and plumpness of grain ATTRACTIONS


arc all produced by Potash.Potash : ....
p1i: !: c: 3.1. ;;;:::::
Transparent fleck unit JlleeTrn-DimItlrn c: ,
I
a i:: Oo -2 Oo ar .
MAke Charming Morning r 1iS $= ;.I;:; fctlI-; : Ei'S NORTHERNPOINTB. '" :;;i.H:; I;A
nr.-tld Pnehlonril: Linen TraT S S = "I = Q "Q '.

cling Uon'n. Revived n ;? % -.ITI'I'! Lv Titunvllle FEC' Ar.Ir. 'j--- -- :...

II 43a l120p 8t. Augustine ArLv.Jackfonvllle..Ar .. ... 103089nna:
Everything that In delicate and dlnph 1 ; kf ..... 4301..520)1..745p: : : ::: ... .. ... .
/ I
l.v..YuIPe.. ...Ar . .. MOj
( .... 8;200B8lp 9flOa 8 2f.p: 818a s5p I j; ;;
anemia Is In high favor now bringing tr ( : : .. .. I s
: :::: 93M : ::: 9a'pAr.Fernandlna..Lv 7 .Va ..:: Alrp I I
combined with Phosphoric visions' of the old days when sloping :: ::. 7001' ....103na ... ... 96GpI18 Ar.... Everett ....Ar .. .. .. enoaS.tna .. .. 11111) "; :'Ia
properly : .... .. .... ...... Hasa .... .. .... Ar... nl.nnrlch'k. ,Iv ...... : ". ) 41"
shoulder, fichu nnd poke bonnets' I227p ... tl bop Ar.... ...Lv ...... 64Ia :.... 3r'.
Acid and Nitrogen, and were lending features of fashion, says : : ::: :.:::: 'enop' 12 aip220p :.. ... Qa Lv.. Savannah. .. .Ar ..j... BOM800a 1145a 2':1':
: ..... ... .. 93. p1030p .... 154a242a Ar. Fairfax C.-.Lv .... .. 6:1Oa: IH..la
the New York Hun In
will presenting the ... ... ...... 3M|. ',t' .. ..Denmark, S C ...... 30SaI247a 3 ICa 12 lOa
liberally applied, improve modes from which the following are A ...... ... ... ...... 931\1'' .... .. 6 Ma .Augusta, Oa.. ...... .. .. .. S jna
.. .... ...... ...... ) 1re Columbia, 8. C. ...... .... .. 110,Uari
every soil and increase yield gleaned: r ...... ...... ...... aia Spartanlmnr, 8 C .". ....... .... .
One of the distinguishing features' ol 1 0 ... ... ... ...... Ashevllle,,. C. ,..... ....
and of t. 4 1'k ..".,.. .. .. .. Ova Charlotte, N. C. ...... ..'.. II
quality dress just at the moment Is the use ol 438p..4. .snni.. I
any crop. .... ......
...... ..,.. .. ,... SallsbnryN.C. .. .... 64a
...... .. .... ..... Oreennboro, N. C ....... .. 1130:1
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which .. .. .... .. ...... I3It. Danville, Va. ...... ..:... 4L5a
tell how to buy and use fertilizer with 444fthIg ...... ... ... .. .. :; ... .. .; Richmond Va. ...... ... .. .II nth, ,,
.. .... .. .... ...... 245a...... 32.r.p Lvnchburp Va. ...... 1200n.... ? *WP
greatest economy and profit. ...... .. .... ...... 41\Oa .... 62sp Churlottesvllle, ...... . I J21a
.. .... ... ... ...... 7 Ma ...... 9onp1125p Washington ... ... 11201'
OI3J nAN KALI WORKS, .. ... .. ... ...... 9l2a. ..... Haltlmore .... .... : .. ""JI
NMMU st., New York. .. .. .. .... ... ... II Ma .. .. 2fifia623a Philadelphia .. .. :....I. >
93 ..... ... .... .. 2 :)p900p....... New York .. .... 942a...: .. ,' pi
..... ... ... .. .... ... .. 300p "... ..Bo ton......" ..... ... :...I 1'26'OOa.op.I .

Tri-'V 74Sp9Bfip Lv .Jacksonville Ar ..... ... .. .... ..
cckly Sailings. 1030a 820a :: ::;. :::::: ::::. Ar.... Everett..... Lv ...... .... .. . 'I 4 91ar ;

THE SUMMER GIRL'S FRILLS. 440p..... .. ... .... .. Bn&a Atlanta. : ..... .... .. ".I
720p ...... .. .... .. .... 92/1a ...Chattanooga.. ...... ... .. ... ..1 a i
Popular Tlilnd In .-"r.noili. Vellii, .. .... ...... ..... 730p' ...Cincinnati... ... ..... .. ........

ilovm, Hfltm, Tltm, fC!. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling -
No 34 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Bninswlck ll- rta. m.
Narrow strips of black velvet ex- For New Orleans, trail leaves Jacksonville 9:20: a. m.. with through sleepy,
tending from the stick to the end of rlvlnjP; New Orleans 7:40 a. m. O..Jy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Sell

the paranol give a sun ray effect which ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways) leans 7:21) p..m. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

Is much desired] and when closed the .38 and 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the cinflin
pnranol appears to be striped. Lilac The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe SleeNoe via Asheville.

flowers are brocaded on light blue ? .sOR. 33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection r
8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
ground, and many silk parasols are No. 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Athens
Yelled with and Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought; to Jacksonville by No. 37.
gauze gossamer inaterlalu All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tu
held' down by Incrustations of Clyde New England and Southern Lines. office,let Hogan Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office.

lace outlined with frilling of Infinitesimal L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT, DIs. Pass.Agt., 202 W fcj .

rlbhouH. A chou of ribbon or chiffon Direct Service Between A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. J'a8s. Agent


U: liKllHpcnsnlilo 1 8 are perhaps on the handle.Kinhroldcrk to be. ac- Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points.

cepted as H lending decorative detail

t, of parasols carried out In silks and (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

wondrous drawn ribbon work. Pale
vSEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS : isi4Sk

pink( peau de sole, stitched over with Southbound.....................,.. ........................ ..... ........from Lewis Wharf, Boston 5outhernRailway

trails of tiny pink flowers and handed Northbound............................ .................. from foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's
thrice about with narrow black bebe

ribbon. Is n pretty Instance of this. .
WRITS OOWW.
An odd thing In shapes takes a PIQUK

pagoda
embroidered batiste In white cream St. Johns River Line.
form every alternate spoke In the
and ecru lints. It Is made up Into
wire descending deeper than Its fellows
gowns lined] with colored silk pale BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Excellent Service Out of Florida.

pink for a choice.
Very chic summer sunshades boasta Other Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
pretty are made of
gowns
covering/ or lace cream white or
NORTH EAST
cream net dotted over with applique STEAMER WEST.
black, and here an Immense variety of ,
designs of cream lace and elbow MUKCHISON,
striking contrasts Is conducted with
sleeves are one of the refreshing: features CAIT. W. A. SHAW.
consummate taste; also are there some
of the latest summer costumes. Leave Jacksonville 8:00 p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays.
covers of embroidered lawn.A THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWINGB.OOMCAEB
grass
THOROUQHF1U
Transparent neck and sleeves are Leave tanfordllOO a. m..lIIondays.and Thursdays.Gen'l
great predilection Is shown for
.
one of the special features of all the COACHES, VESTIBTJLED TRAINS.
black and white paranols. Itlnck silk
thin gowns while another, which l Is Ticket OffIce 204 W.
ones are striped with white, and Passenger and Bay St., Jacksonville.W. .
quite new this season. Is the bolt of the
dainty white tntt'etn is striped perpendicularly NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
same material to give the Ionunbro
/ -
with black velvet. Essentially WAUBURTON, T. P. A., IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. Pass. Ajrt.. Through Vestlbuled Dnw1n
ken line from the shoulder to the hem. 5 Bowling Green,New York. I 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla. via -Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New ref
for the Jacksonville Savannah and Colombia
matron comes a parasol Printed chine silk muslin In both C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Bupt.. |I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Snperlntendent. ; without change.
of black moire, applique with tinted Jacksonville Fla. | Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
butterflies and hemmed on the outside black and white grounds are very popular I TIIEO. O. EGKIl, T. M.. 5 Bowling Green, New York. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

up as are all the cotton muslins WM. P LYDE ft CO., General Agouti,
with l. a deep Inca border to correspond. lasted under the head of wash fabrics 0 Bowline Green.New York 18 80. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. via Pullman Savannah Drawing and"Room Columbia.Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New'ten

iluslln gowns In great variety loom up
The tale of handles-natural wood,
conspicuously In the vista of fashionable Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,
crystal and pearl overlaid with silver
dress but they are not the simple Washington Baltimore and Philadelphltl
and silver or gold Jeweled with tur- ,
affairs( that the name suggests. Ex- Florida East Coast Ry.

ravagance runs riot quite as much Pullman C1ooinnat1.Drawinlr"Room Sleeping Can to Macon Atlanta, Chattaaoon ui

among the thin gowns as any other TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE 11, 1899.

variety, but the expense Is chiefly In Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to .

I the making and accessories, with silk SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). Cincinnati
via Columbia |
and thi
Asheville, Through
linings, miles of lace and ribbons for No 00
o No 81\\ No 78 Dally td:
trimmings and the proper hats and parasols Dally STATIONS. .
... EXHU Dally Daily EJtsu II "LAND OF THE SKY."
.
to match. 4U6p 92Ua \. ........ ..... .. ... .,.,......... 48Op 1055a go
Dimities made up without any lining i, foe 816p IOIlOa ............... ............... 620p 9455 A Dally Limited Train For Cincinnati .
are charming morning dresses for the .. 5a)1)loaaaLeave:\ ..........,....Et.Augustine....,,...,. ...Arrive 616p 11.08 0 = Ererett.mr.
667pllmUa .. .. ......... ... .. .. Hastings! .. ................Leave l186p 904a :I
street, especially In the dark colors. 5. .. .. . .. .. .. .. dOsF
A87p1155aArr4ve .. .Palatka ... .. .I.\.e 4511p 820a detailed formation aa to rates, schedules, -l
.". ... sleeping oar reservation, eto., wU
Dark blue and blnck Swiss with white -545pIOOaL..a'.o. ... ... .. .... .... ...... .. oJl i 910ad5E ,to4.... any agent of the /booiHEKN:: RAILWAY or its counectiaaa. '

dots are very fashionable made up > :::::: .Arrive..San Matoo .. .. .. ...Leave 7110a g
::::::
over silk: or a dimity lining. .". !00a LPave....... ...... ....San Mateo.Arrive 985. ..

Muslin gowns are not the only tllvl- ..: B ee-L Leave.. ,............. Ew.t Palatka................Leave 62Op:! 848a! x:0011Q Q'wi R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street, JacksonTlll, PU,
"S 74Jp: .12bllp\ ......,...,.......Ormond................. S4ip 713aN : ? td'd J. M GULP W. A. ICtTVu2X1luBgel
stop In summer dress which Is expensive tJ: ii: 7Mp IOHp ...................Daytona ................ lloop 70la M $ TURK, 8. H HABDf
for the pique\ duck and linen suits II:: "In 800p 11IIp ................ PortOrange ........... ... S211p 6111a O IIIo.f ? ; Gen. Pass. Agt., Atit. Qeu. Pass At,
826. IMp ................NewSmyrna................ 805p 600& a Washington D. 0. Atlanta
curry a goodly amount of extravagance w 861p 22'lp .............. .... OakHIU .. ................ 222p 606& :l nw April 10 1899.MALLORY.
In their train. They must be up to date .. w II!lOp BOIUp .................Tltl18ville.................. 1411p 61Oa 1:1II 1iIII.: = ,
a .. SIIIIp .................CIt Poini................. 115p ... .. 0....
SMART PARASOLS. In every use tailor made, If possible Sa...... IIl1Mp ....................Gcos... .. .. .... Imp ..... :rIII
quolse, amethyst; etc.-would be too or they will not pass muster. White : ...... S'lp .................R'klooje................ IO4p ... .
: J Y ...... 412p .......... .......Ean aille................. 1211Jp: ...... fIII
long to tell White or colored chiffon lawn or silk shirt waists are most gen- .421p ................Mplbourne.: ............... 1224p ... pI LINE.
linings elaborately gathered and putT- rally worn with the pique coat andklrt ...... 46ip ." ................ ..Roft8land.................. 11411& ...... 5601p : fft STEAMSHIP
:IJ .. ,III. ...... .............., 114:18.. ..
(,1! with a bow to match tied upon the but colored silk waists with the .. .... ....Nt. Lucie..............,... .. aV
Imudlo distinguish the latest anllIIlIIat.tNlt white pique are very popular, as they b II ....... b Sp ........ ......,Fort Pierce.......... ...... ...... y Florida
10 EI 641p Of .............. .... ..Eden................... 1055a.. . p II New York,
examples of the season's par were last season. Gray pique Is very Ii ii"N s64i: p ................... J pnllen................... 11- .. f Philadelphia and Boston]
asols. The novelty of the season has much worn and with this the pale 5rlyt: 209 61 6p .. ................... Stnari...........,...... 208oq
Daily 72tlp .......... ......Hobotound................ IIIlaDaU b From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
live gores In place of the usual eight pink and blue shirt waists are verypretty. ExTu 71111p .. ................. est Jupiter................ 907aEzsa: b '"::. PASSENGER SERVICE.

and a very long handle p TIT 81Sp .............West Palm Beach............ 833a IT'i1 P
In white Is trimmed 124a 81111p 5' ............. ... Boynton ........... ..._... 81Jt1a 102tlp UlF To make connections with steamers, leave Jackse'on
Tour button gloves of finest softest pique a pretty gown 140a 841p ....,,....... .... tIlray.. ................ .. 757a 1U02p Hill h Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernamllna and "'(jor.S.J
French kid are popular In white, lavender with white embroidered Insertionet \ 402a 1111'1 .............l"ort" Lauderllale.............. 70'ia 745p OI (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6:30 ,.m. puce|
around the skirt In The 614a 10 p" ............ LPmon City .... ........... 624a II Mp :TS route. Or via all rail, leavlnu Jacksonville. p m-fL: '
and mastic shades, with blockor In points. 45110:1)1': 1 ........ .. . . .. .. .. ..... .. ..... BIlla 680p M &;:; I'.), via Everett and Southern IVy. Arrive ]urunswckp. 1 1
self stltchlngs and pearl stud but vest of tucked white lawn has an 'o\1tpr m. Passengers on arrival, go directly aboard stealD I
NKW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY
IIKTWKKN JUNCTION.
tons. vest of embroidery which makes It
n, liTATIONS. No. :2 No. PROPOSED SAILINGS

The poor neglected bonnet Is coming cry effective. 8U5pIl0tuaLv.. ...... ... .. .......N"w tll1yrna.. .......... .............ArftpT p ;
to the fore toquellke, but still a bon The old fashion of wearing linen Bbllp 11 21a ......................... Lake klelen ................. .........Lv lllp: ( 440p Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:001'. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. BruoiJ

net with strings, jet sequins nndstllTIll'11 gowns for traveling has been revived 4 0Ip I1I11Ia ..... .............. range. Oity.. ......................... 1:1000: 4114p Friday; July 28.... .. ... . .. .... .. ....COLORADO. .. .... .. .... . .'Fridey.l.
4 UBp 14l1a Ar,... ..,... .. .. ...OrantoCit( Junten. .. ...... .... .... .. 111\... 4 161 Friday, Aug. 4. .... ..... .. ... ... RIUOUANDE.. .. ..... .... .... . Friday.: : .
; leaflets( to resemble feathers this season and very pretty weavesare All trains between New 81uyrnl\ and Orange City unction Daily exoopi Suuday. Friday; It 11. ... .. .. .... .. . .. .. .COLORADO ..... . .. .. .. . .. '.Friday.Friday .
mingled with osprey In the front. Alight shown !In this material. The ecru 18..... . .., ... ..... .. RIO GRANDE... .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .,.Friday,
IIKTWKKN; II1U>VIILK AND tfANKOKI

blue French straw has wealth No.H STATIONS. No.IIAH For general Information,steamers, trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or W

of roses at the side Veils are almost 7UO.l Lv...... .. ......................... ...TituaviileMims. ............. .... ..... ...............Ar "'J2!p BASIL OILL, S. A.,220 W. Bay St.JackSOSd
as Important as tho hats and fashion TISal ....................................... .......................................Lv 11-' H. H. RAYMOND General Southern Ga.
tends to line in 828 ................................. Oateen ....,..... .................... Agent, Brunswick,
e spider net black and 8fiO/ ............................... ... .Enterprise. ..................,...... ". IU1a C. II.MALLORY S. y.
white veiling, 8011& ............................ .Enterprise Junction..... ......................... II 11 IS ,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 388 Broadway,
t Stylish stocks for silk or muslin 8 :kJa Ar. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... ., .. ..Banford... ... .. ... .. .... ...... .. ... .. U
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train between Tltugville and Sanford Daily e (oept Sunday.
waists are of taffeta the ends. cut _

. pointed and stitched, and these may bo KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The

( either long or short. The narrow stringtie NSYsiT.

for general wear hardly needs men steamur of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company are appointed, to gall as followsi

tion. Two pretty ties are the "prin Hli-ulMail.il: From Miami 11:30:: p. m. Tuesday and Fridays. Arrive Key
"City of Key West 1:30: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Train 83 connect
cess. ," a medium! sized bow with long! W..l" tu rod with steamer.

broad ends reaching to tho waist and from Ki-y Wont Front Key West 3.30 p. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Arrive If you are going anywhere, whether It be to the
the "once o'er"IIcot, which Is. very Ulr.."' Miami :30a.ol. Thursdays and Sundaya. cODD.eUDllwltla train T8t

swell. Front MiMiiu. 4 a. ui. Monday and Thursday Arrive Kay North South East
Btersti.hlp "Miami"
West 7 p. m. Mondays and Thuradara.. Leave Key West B p. ... West,
The sevlceable and fashionable belt lAme! daAni.,. Havana 0 a. m. Tuesday and Fridays.

for general wear Is. of leather narrow -Havana From Havana. Mlllng direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tu.ad.an.1 ..,-* Northwest Southwe
or
and with harness buckle. The dressier Key Wf '. auIo'rltl.L Arrive Miami 5 a. !D. Wednesdays and Saturday,
connecting with train 7$.
style consists. of a six Inch ribbon and NKW SILK: BLOU8K8. Remember that the.PLANT| SYSTEM LIDe '
These Time Tables show the limy at which train and boat. may be expect dtoarnva4 ; of Railways} and ;stearnship
narrow clasps, which Include many and gray tints are the prevailing colors depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the time gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville Charleston Mongomery. *
metals. and gems galore. patterned with black or brown stated is not guarantixxl, nor doe the Oumpaoy hold ItMlf responsible for any delay or any SER
oniutquence arising therefrom. and various other polnts.lwlth its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY
spots. for copy of local time card call at 238 West Bay Btre, Jacksonville, or addreee is the best
route and that all
Information be obtained by a'ldrtJ
your Blatei. Among the new blouse waists of silk J. P BKCKW1TII Trafflo tanager J. D. RAHNEB, A. G. r. A. can promptly

Wisconsin I la one tucked In diamond form and __ -.. St. Aoguatine.. ____ or calling on
Minnesota North Dakota

and California were the four states of trimmed with mechlln lace run through F. M. Jolly, Division rassenRei "oJcoL:

the country which by the federal census with satin ribbon. Another tucked silk 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville. r>|
waist shows a corselet belt of cream J
of 1800) bad
larger
a foreign born than
Dative born wale population of voting lace, and a wide collar of closely corded JOB PRINTING B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga.

pipings In three shades of the colorof t
age. The percentages were 63, CO, 65/ =-
and 50>{ the bodice Is the special feature of
m respectively. Wisconsin
still another bodice. Silk covered withan OF ALL KINDS The ADVOCATE does
Minnesota and North Dakota have a neat clean Job Printing. U
large Scandinavian population ; Califor applique of lace forms the yoke, ,

nia baa Chinese residents fastened with a double row of small Executed at theADVOCATE Tip
many of voting tbe [
Prices to Snit
aura. black velvet buttons PRINTING OFFICE. ( S

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATK, AUGUST 18,1899. 7

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HOTELS-All-thc-ycar-rouiid. TITUS VI LLi:. I I.'It a(0': CIIAltOi:.

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Any adult siiffeilng, from a cold settledon !
IN=IAN RIVER: :IOTEI.I: tho hi 'Rat, bionrhlllx. throat or lung
ATLANTA, GA. tioiihlen nf nny inline. lm will rail on
t ,; TITUSVILLE, .'1..1:0. ChIlIT,.,-'.. ding store\ Tllusvllle,

::. ,. or J, 1'. V""l't'I''lhlllC stole, Cocoa, Flu.,
Holland ATLANTA, ( A. : INDIAN: RIVER, will U. |rrsrntcd with n IIIInI.I"ltfittio, of
be llon-hce'n Berman syrup, fire of charge.
FLORIDA
A MAN OF NERVE.
27-20 Auburn Avenue .-i.. Onh one bititle paten: so one |prrs..mi antiIIc.lIl1
in i-hildirn without order from
not'touTpd! l> IIU tend 1vhne
.
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. *t t J. (I. HAST, Proprietor lie Snored I'omfurtitblr. proms.Nu throat. or lung 1t'l11eel't'r hadsuch

Otto Gilbert n round headed, hard n sale HK (ItoM-hi-e's German! syrup
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES |
Proprietress, faced marine fireman who would rather In all l-iuto nf he rlUllzrd "",,11//. Twenty
Rates, $1.00 to 11.50 per day. s+ s 5 P Tho hotel fronts on the have his nerve than the best mint yells ago Milllli>n of hotlli'H stern
phone 1Gl9.: bi At.4r* : i $ ?!ir eldesstecputbar'imils( In the world went to the Pitch\ hopttul *- Klven iiMiiy. nnd your drmrgUiH/ will trllou
.
3tj In width), formed by tho ) Its sucriHM wilts uuivflou. It In
IIciiderMonvlllc, X. C.IILLCO'TEIIENDEISONVIiI.E. + w IIni v.. w um i r'F, "" Indian River, making\ It a a few days ago. After surveyingthe really the only throat and lung remedy
1 delightful\ summer resort. waiting room scrutinizing the set grl.t'nlly! rndomrd by I.h -ldllnll. One

wnuulflfnur i i i ? n ww w ,.wl Constant cool grouts and! nurses and peering Into thl'lllll"lltl11J 75 ci-nl |IH"I"! will ell It' IIr piovHin value.NiUI .
breezes from the sea and by dralet.ln clvillr.td roiintilcs.Tho .
110l11OJ..l':
room
:
bay. Flowing sulphur
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X. C. "It tl ll"lI' any u' you with time on yer
,y, usaw' 1* springs Special summer A-tar pedigree set-mi to have
1 rates. bans led like: you to take u reef In hC"'III'1I right In Inll'lItlolbut It got to .
First-class accommodation for a limited number thin cut In me he+td." said he.
of burking tho
guests, In a country up wrong family tree.
house, two and a half miles from town; good driving The surgeons guided Gilbert Into the '
exceedingly healthy, -- -- ------- ::' : ;
and beautiful scenery. Address operating tOll1A 1111 one of thl'l110llk To keep 3ltllllr.-1"-r"wrTi, IcrpthnNrrtrs

II. C. STOKES, NIC AREi\ a bandage from the tlri'timn's IU'lIl1l1l1l1 calm the body n.ildy" and well
h'II.llnelIth Dr. M.A. MininoiiM Liver!
llendersonvllle, X. C. / looked! at the cut. It was ns deep nIt Mcdlclno MgiihiietheSlomai-h and llow-
could bo and extended about ttr'tInches eta
DEPOT ..'onBartholomay's along his brow, over the \left

JACKSONVILLE.MERRITT'S. eye. Itrmrmbfi lluil Ihr INMAN ItlVKKAnvncATK

1 Rochester "iluw'd you get this?" he was asked d.-ch nil kind uf Job pilnilng'
: Beer at short. ,..
It.
"If me mem'ry'M right, a guy hit ut(' / nul Mud them! sit older
and l"- foii\lneid tlmt It U thin plncu to
wld a beer glass down here In a sa
have Job prlntlnu down
Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars. loon.
The cut wits washed and the stitchIng A Wind womiin never Kqunndris nnymonoy
otel and Restaurant AIKItCIIANTS LUNCH 111 to il 1.. M.CI'N'1S. outfit was lnsstueet'tl."I'il \ t tor mlnom.For .

130: W. Hay St. Jacksonville' Florida. hurt some," mild one of the - --- --- -

MAIN STREET, ---- -- ----- surgeons. "Civil you stand It?" Hrndnche II"t'll most likely by a
"Can I what? Well, any time I call Dlxorduifd Stoninch nrrompnnlrd 'by

)ld Placidc Jacksonville Fla. stand little klddln like thU you write CoiiHtlpittlon, use Dr. M. A. Minimum
Liver I eillellll!.
to the president about It. Will you do .
HOMESEEKERS -- -
RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to llrtO:: p. m. ... ...... .... thllU"'l'ho --

merlcan and European Plans. IIlIrgt'oll111111"11., knowing well FREE
that liberal amount of pain would
Florida Business Specially Desired accompany the sowing up of the Inv
CONSULTATION
to1.00 } American. European j 75cert $2.00 Who are Seeking a Homo in the South should send to the underIgncd for a Jury. Gilbert looked disgusted.
)
per day. 1 day. Two stitches were put In tho cut. wllh'nur home trrlltnlt'nt.Va arc
copy of theFlorida _**C, .. =' he.hllbert .
ho
and about live remained to put "Idlnll and
ph tlio benefit
A first-class Barber Shop In connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. ( had not even winced. ) you net
of our expedience. Xo matter what
"Doesn't hint at all does It?" asked
your tiouble IN, how simple or howhopotoHH
East Coast Horaeseeker. one of the surgeons sarcastically.
iliaferro.Travelers' New "Can't feel It. How long you goln wo cnn do you good, and
Hotel to be?" If wo can't we will honestly tell you

sit. ThomumU of tln'llI sick
Management. "Oh some time. 11111'),
"Well. Its like thin. I've got to work ami hopeless, )people have been entirely -

;s. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. J. G. RICE, Manager. We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and fo tonight, nn I need some sleep. I'll and permanently cured by
take a 11111) while you are Ilt'wln the
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest In the United States. thing." COMPOUND

Again the surgeons smiled. Gilbert

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Apply to closed his eyes, and the needle pricked OXYGENWhy
through one side of the gash and picked
TilE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA.
JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, up) the lacerated Hesti on the op|>o- not take heart BRalu 11nd l Investigate
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travel.Hotel! site side The .average IMTHOII would this great principle Wo have
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, have whimpered at that Gilbert wasperfectly
thousand of tcRtlmonlaU. Send for

ATE! OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.U1UU ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. few moments quiet.later The r.llllllot11 doctor" paused that' Gilbert -"..a. book on homo tieatment, wonderful

I Opposite. St._ __ James_ ____ .. was breathing regularly The cures to tile kick, eta, fieu.

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and Sick Headache, Wind on the Stomach stitching wont on, the wound was
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas. Biliousness, Nausea, are quickly curedby washed, and a bandage was put over DRS STARKEY & PALEN
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack a few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons vin the world renowned scientist has It. Still Gilbert wits quiet: ,

sonville. Liver Medicine. placed hlniKulf in communication with That a man could fall asleep during I lit! (llrard Ht., IMilla., l.a.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. Mr. Jennings In order to secure the HO 1I/IIntlllllll operation seemed Incredible I.
M'LAUGHLIN'S'RlpE. earliest news of any new discovery and the assumption was that Gilbert OUT fob oooVirginia
which the Philadelphia scientist --.
may was feigning. Ho the surgeons concluded
PABLO BEACH. How a. llecrnt Fever Victim Presented make." to let' Gilbert have his, WilY.1I11'hll ,

n rattle In Porto Illro. It,. I.nmi Dive. ( : nothing 110 to do Just then Homes

The death of Lieutenant Mclaughlinof Professor Itaume for several yearn they watched the ilreman. Tiring of

otel Pablo. PABLO-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. the signal corps, who died of yellow has performed the "Monte Crl to" feat that after a. half hour they went to tho

fever at Santiago recalls a dramatic In BIIgllIl11'1l'd\ tightly In u sack olllcu and rl'tllrllt'cl't'l'y few minutes -

Incident In which ho wan one of with u knife In his hand he would be to see if tho man were still quiet. 'rho YIIIIc'III'1I\ nil\ about; Virginia' ;: Lands,
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First. the principal\ actors during the cnmiilpn lung Into the water from n height fireman's head was bent forward and Its .
class bath house with :Sulphur :Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing Bedrooms [> ; In Porto Rico Then he would cut the sack open and he was snoring mildly. At the end of resources, products, mode of cultivation

large, light and airy Single rooms 10x21, family rooms Hx21:! ; also Lieutenant Mclaughlin had chargeof rise to the surface. At Chemnitz: In an hour and n quarter, being fully convinced pilces, etc, by reading tho

connecting rooms 10x14. ArtesUn water throughout building. None but the a squad which built a telegraph\ line Germany, recently Itaumv, tied I In a that (Gilbert was really sleeping' Virginia Farmer. Send ducts
finest food products used. Hates, $2 per day; $7 to $lO per week. fettk shook his for !a months the
along the route of the Amcrlcnn ad- Hack In tile usual manner, descendedInto the surgeons him. Lifting subscription to

SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, vault on the night of .\III:. 12. The the water ax straight us an arrow.A head I I. Gilbert asked sleepily: Fnrmer Co., Kmpoila, Vn.
Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. could not keep "All through?" _. ,
signal men -
corps pace moment, later the Hack appeared --- -----------

-- H_ ___ __ __ with the advance of the Infantry and above the water empty, and also the Helng told\ (that the operation was at Choice
artillery In command of General[ ma II'" clothes, which were at once an end, Gilbert. departed leaving the 1 !fig .
ST. AUGUSTINE Brooke, and. when the latter faced u fished out. The audience waited with Burgeons marveling at the remarkable WInos,Liquors

line; of Spanish IntrenchmcntH the tele baited bn'cntIi. Two minutes went by. exhibition of nerve.-Buffalo ICxprcss.Snlnrr : and Cigars

graph line was two miles In the (ear. Then Itiiumu's body appeared, head -
Hotel. Guaranteed (peons
Algonquin II At 1 o'clock) of A IIg. Hi the rneBHitge uppermost and half out of the water, nod I'envlon. a

"y"'S came to Lieutenant McLnughlln's Htii- and then disappeared.\ was thought I A policeman of the- city force Is. Sold at reduced

zi a King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. tlon that the peace protocol had been he had come up to breathe. The excitement drawing' from the department n [pension prices

p Refitted, newly furnished and under signed. There was no way to get to Increased. Six 11I1 Uutt'll IIIIHseel.a/lli and a salary also. Home yearn + lniMirt.. : ? new management. Centrally located Brooke[ but ride It, and the lieutenant then men came with boat hooks u moment ago he wax retired on half [pay, and 1'uVI"/ ..,

near all points of Interest. Large sample accompanied by an orderly, started to later and they drew out of (the being I I Htlll vigorous, secured employment from Italy.
I room for use of traveling men. Over. make the trip. Mounting his horse, ho' water the lifeless body of the diver an n policeman In tho town
er looking Plaza and Monuments. A full .started at n gallop and his ride will The pale face, with the stamp of deathon of New Utrecht lid became sergeantof John B. Togni ,

f ce- n view of the ocean' and rolling breakers go down In history as one of the moot It, presented such a horrible night the small squad there, and soon Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1: East Bay St.
from the piazzas Baths, gas, electric Iramatlc ever made on a field of that many women fainted.A Brooklyn annexed the town, and he
"'
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. buttle.When. gained a place on the Brooklyn force. JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA

Rates:. $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. he reached the linen of Infantry sew I.n.l..rMr..nd Knee. 'Then In the course of events Brooklyn 'Vh"l.i.itle and itel.ll.-

Open all year. C. F: COX, Proprietor, that were supporting the nr- It tins always been believed that ns was annexed, and thus he came ___-_--_-_--n- ______ _n n-------,
tiller)', he was told that the guns were mankind becomes more Intelligent hack Into tho department) from which
Tho Largost and Most Com-
about to open lire on the enemy, and he seeks to live In higher altitudes. lie had retln-d. cxwtlng| to draw $2: ,.

Wk HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. realizing: that he had to be quick or the Yet the mast Intelligent races like to (XK, per annum n* n sergeant on tho retired ploto Establishment South.
battle would begin and knowing the build tunnels and ninny live In underground \ list. The New York commlMslonTS -

This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near eonne<]iieiK'es of such action after the homes. In London !large tunneU thereupon IIt"flIH.it| his pension, and GEO. S. HACKER & SON,
PoHtoffice Bank and Cathedral. protocol had been signed, he sank hid have been built In Itoston one bun the case was talien; Into court Now n

Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. spurs Into the horse and went on. leaning I Just been completed and In Greater decision has been given In favor of the

D. SANCHEZ, Manager. his orderly, who was mounted on n I New York another Is about to be com, lollcenmn, the supreme court holding
mule fur In the rear. menced. In the salt mined ut Cracow, that upon his retirement ho had a
_- __._ and before 1:30 the coal mines of Kngland: and right
-- --'- -- -- -- Still on he went : many to accept) nny honorable employ
SKAItKCKZR, FLA.ike o'clock he reached the artillery battalion milieu In the United States Mexico meat and that ho must not be made to

and found General I Itrooke standIng and other countries human beings live suffer fur Huhm>'|uent events In the bin-

beside one of Kuttcry It's guns underground and enjoy good health. tory of the cities\ 'OIl'rllt'eJ.-\IIW

h Colonnades. SEABREEZE, FLA. while the gunner had Ms hand on the There are more" people living underground York Letter.
lanyard ready I to )pull. today than ever before and -

The message was delivered the firing the number U Increasing yearly./ Cured lir l.lulifnlnif.

Sinco the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will rev )prevented, and what might have A rcnmrkahlu/ freak of lightning hm
main open all summer Surf bathing. Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. been a terrible\ battle stop|>od. licinarUuble II..... lust occurred: here when a sudden
Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. After the campaign closed In Porto Dr. Hha W'II 111'1111. which acquired shock restored to Its old! time vigor

HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee. Hlco Lieutenant Mcl.au,hlln was Kent fame by DyingW. feet In the air to I he left arm of Kll): Forbes" which had!
MANUFACTURERS: : OF
to Cuba and was In service there until chiiHo away n hawk, have developed been useless for 13 years on account of

his deutli.-rhlladi'lphla, 1'resn. along with their remarkable courage rheumatism. While be was sitting at Doors Sash Blinds
:NEW HOUSE, and ability as high /liters wonderful the window n thunder shower came up ,
leach
House A l.lichlnlnjc I'tiotuaraphrr. I Intelligence. These birds range Home and with It
were two sharp lashes of
:NEW FURNITURE. "Scientists," says the Philadelphia distance from the house, but when till Ightnlng. With one of the tremendous Moulding & Building Material

Sea Record: "are much Interested In n fad noon whistles blow they know It crashes Mr J Forbes felt a sharp prickng -
1 Breeze avenue; one minute from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food a which W. N. Jennings of this city ban means dinner, and they run home as of his flesh and tingling In hit Olllce & Warerooms King, opposite

lM.-ialty. Day, $1.50; Liberal weekly terms. Address bet-ii indulging! In for the lust 18 years, fast as their \legs and wings will carry bones, and with a Jerk his. left arm Cannon Struct.Charleston .

G. W. SCHUVLEK, and which they nay, has proved of them. The doctor himself vouches for shot violently forward from Its cramp-
S. C.
much value to them./ No thunderstormof this story.-ltusscllvlllo (Ky.: ) Herald
Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla, (d iHisltlon. Tho shock was over In aflash ,
any moment, passes over the city Ledger. and Mr. Forbes felt his left arm
Titusvlllo Hoarding Houses. no matter whether It Is day or night, The K.-n.-n-.--Corn- -- -Crop.- bristle with vitality and tingle with Sash Weights Cord and '

that does not find Mr. Jennings, ar. Tbe best corn In Kansas Is found i vigor, To his delight be found ho could ,
rayed In a specially constructed<< rub. use his arm well IlaitItrookUcId :
between Concordla, and Stockton, on as as ever.- Hardware
S, DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. her suit on top of his house photographing the Central branch Farmers out there (Mass.) Letter la Philadelphia ,
the flashes. When
lightning
say that three weeks more of seasonable Item. Window and Fancy Glas!".
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies, the enthusiastic photographer first weather will mature the greatest -
'ak"s. etc, go to Mrs. Deisner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, started this amusement with his highly The III. U..ro.It A SPECIALTY.
In the history of the state
hotels and families supplied. sensitized plates be polled hun crop "We girls have formed a rowing
I crop Is safe now so far as rain Is con club "
dreds of them before he could obtain she said, "nnd I must hare a
cerned. Tile only danger Is hot winds, suitable Costume" alinettu Drug store, Joyt u'o.
results. Finally aft
UKNIGHT'S' TITUSVILLE, FlOj. ,.\. any satisfactory which Is not probable, as the dry plainsof "You can have mine," Interrupted If
BOARDING HOUSE er two year of futile effort be discovered
Texas, where the hot winds come ler brother generously, medicineschemicalsfinetoiletsoaps : ;;
the right plan and now his Drugs,
I rratea njl comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. success U wonderful This work U from are under water.-At chlsouGlobo. lIe had rowed In his college eight.CDicago .- brushes combs, perfumery and -
I I ') by week or month. considered so important that Lord.Kel Post fancy toilet articles In great variety f
n. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor. M, HUSTON, propr.
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old fences of the binning Morin down did no two damage or three in salefrom GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kin\
Wlmt Our CnrrrnponrfrnU Sny About It. Summer excursion tickets are on ,
this locality. Hurricane signals were 3'ith., limited Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage: Sn '
The irported West Indian hurricane, displayed, and rockets were fired to warn June JIlt, to September Crockery, "II.
the arrival of which was so anxiously the Merrittfl. Island and Banana river to return October :31st., IS'.W: via FLOIUII.E
looked for, and which caused! so much section! The wind blew a gale Sunday the Southern Railway, at very low rates, .\.
consternation the residents of the to resorts In Virginia, North and South
among night from the northwest, but as boats
... -... --- Erit Const: is happily over, with very were safely harbored In Eau Gallle river, Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the L :S & :s
Northwest. O
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Tituftflllo
little damage to report. escaped no .causaltlen! occured. fhe steamer
i W. JEROME. I with the blowing; down of a few Kathleen but "Summer: homes" folders, maps, "Land
I elortilclight wires, fences, F. T. Budge's gotten off went next aground morning., was easily of the sky" pamphlets and other Interesting Groceries, Grain Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fri

old boat-house, and the smashing; of a literature sent free to any addressby And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed I"'IJ. ,,, smut
State ISpprMcntallve: l'J'J.- few )panes of gla s. Sunday night the XATIIAX. applying to It. W. Hunt, Florida Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exc.M.VpiT; 1
Vo'\ xu IliOX WOIUco"? for baiomctcr went down to 20.30, and the The storm over here did but little Passenger Agent, :212. :! West Bay :St., Jacksonville the above line of goods. We invite your coirespondence and solicit youi I'. ,' I
the isle of OLOHK; CiA:, E.Yi.lNKfl; i wind blew at a rate of about 40 or 45; damage, so far as heard from. The big Fla.ROBBINS. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titus"ilie!, $
Afitrino :ui<|Millonny.: ; I miles nn hour, with heavy rain at times. windmill of G. DM.! Schuyler was blown
Kvetybody\, now rejoicing; that the down and pretty well wrecked, and a ----
C'OLMAX: A' :ETYLENKGAS : ; :
Selling
: pent. :1 stet has and little dam- few blown off which about
passed,
m ) very oranges coy
J MAf'IIINKS.r : :bafi-Ht: MI.-IIJJ-; ; around & GRAHAM
h ago; tn report. Many of our residents ers the damage Nathan.
(-!lit rind lef! light for private: d I.\cll- Lesley <& Motlowy .-
the
slid are said to have slept on ground .
4 lug" MllllUM floor Sunday night, owing; to the scare. .J l'I'ITEII.1'he ,
For prices, catalogues mid estimates, The Jacksonville Metropolis of Monday Sunday passed with no fiercler ...La, yors... (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
addrc.H"! Hays: Diicctor Mitchell was busy most touch of the West Indian hurricane than
JIKXJ.; W. .1EKOMK; of the day in giving all the Information H steady gale which did not exceed forty WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whistle,
lie had. The telephone kept one of his miles per hour. The wind freshened at
Kockledgp, Fla. assistants on the rush, and when night 8 o'clock Sunday morning, and under UNITED STATES COURTS. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont --
approached a sudden wind and heavy murky skies Increased In velocity untila
rain-fail added to the excitement. Rumors rate of about fifty miles wax recorded.At A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables,
The Anheuser BLSc Asso'Icn.Fumoiis
Brewing; of all kinds were Alloat, and In the 8 o'clock in the evening the speed of ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall

St. Louis Keg and Huttleil! Deer afternoon it was circulated that THuville the wind was thirty-eight miles. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,
had been "wiped oil the map" by Mr. J, W. Cronk the Weather Bureau Lands in Erevan! and Dade
( Bold I by :\11'111. J..oll1111Iotlow: Tltiifivlllo, Fla. the elements. This proved false; but ,
Hy Mr T. I>, 'rahh,Coi-na Kl.i. similar other town officer, writes us:
regarding
By Mr. \V J. 'fll<'ker, Fort I'lerce, Flo. reports The West Indian hurricane, after baying Counties Your
also took
place. a wake of death and disaster in INSURANCE.Protect FIRE
Below will\ be found reports from the sev -
...JOSEPH ZAPF... i eral islands of the West India and List Property Against _,
ADVOCATE'S numerous correspondentsalong I Bahama groups, struck Jupiter with We have a large _
the East Coast, which show there LIGHTNING:: : : :: : an.c1. OYOLONES.I
full force 13th: .
Wholesale Beer and Sunday, August in early
Liquors. was very little damage done: of Lands owned by
morning. Barometer then read down to represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
DAVTONA. as low as :20.22.!! : Inches, and the wind Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
West Street
Bay The gale has come, and the gale has blew at the rate of 52 miles per hour for ourselves and clients. Invest Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE! FLA. gone, and we are still hel'c-but the hurricane five minutes. For nearly a minute 03 For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER
-- 4 -"oh, w here Is hi-?" Some of the miles per hour was recorded by the self- Price for unimprovedlands 'f!tus vllle, F'la.
bad boys ale of the opinion that he's registering Instruments at this office.

THE A P. FRIES DRUG CO. somewhere over in the inteiior, huntingfor Several other times during" Sunday wind $3 to $100
the 'beach combers' who so promptly was up to as high as >0 miles, or nearlyso
took to the woods the latter part of for five-minute records, Considerable acre.WE .
Wholesale and Retail the week. There was no damage done damage was done to buildings, per
so far as we have heard, beyond an occasional docks, etc., but the Weather Bureau, MAKING PRESERVES
sash blown In. with its timely warnings, gave this section have a few Residence, Orange
DRUGS and MEDICINES ample opportunity to protect Itself
: SEAIIREEZE.The the best It could. The hurricane in passing Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
predicted gale arrived here on the north apparently had its centre to locations. Prices Reasonable.TITUSVILLE and jellies\ and canning fruits is what every

120! East Hay Street, 12th. It came in the night, but did not the east of Jupiter, hence damage much f housewife l is doing now that likes good .
blow very hard until Sunday, when it less to :Florida than could otherwise T w s -'-- things for table In Winter. The fruit season -
blew down the smoke stack near the have been .
expected.
FLORIDA .
, JACKSONVILLE, r "
is with and
OFFICES { right us now, we are prepared
hotel; so there will be no more electricity and MIAMI. :
l J. D. O'HERN, until It Is replaced. There was rioting UO8KI.AND. i for it with a superior stock of the
In the sea all day Sunday. Old Nep- The high wind on Sunday did no ma- .i 4' best fruit jars, jelly tumblers, preserving
tune-who is said to have 1 bill palace in terial damage hero. Some were r
Manager. oranges kettles in copper, brass, agite or granite,
the briny deep-must be very displeased: blown off and the new growth was pret- East Coast Meat Market I I' knives etc We have
For Sale but I haidly think he can be with us ty badly whipped. \ I paring everythingthat
here, because we are just doing our level l Is needed in this line, at low prices.

best to be a chosen people, and make ROCK LEDO E. G. F. DUREN, Agent. t pI
At Daytona, Fla.< five and ten acre this the nicest city on the East Coast. The storm last Sunday did very little I.n c '
lots choice vegetable and orange, lands. ORANGE. damage here. In the groves a good == -- .A.- 4 I JAMES PRITCHARD & SON,,
Cheap fur cash, or will make liberal POUT many sprouts were blown off and an occasional CD ;. e00Ynt."T ,
terms. Address, The storm has passed. Wind blow tree uprooted, but nothing ..... ......
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at the rate of about 4.::> miles an hour on ua -, (=wc
COUKTLANI BUCK IAN, serious bas been reported so far. 4' 0ea TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
22 Hogan at., Jacksonville, Fla. Sunday night, but happily it did no ..:..>..s -
damage worth mentioning. FORT PIEItCE.

The predicted hurricane here, pL =
GEOKOIAXA. passed w
"Sain Perkins-Is Dyeing." The recent gale Is the general topic of Sunday, without doing any damage. -, I' And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends a

conversation It blew hard =a Inertl.
now. pretty SEBASTIAN.
Gentlemen's repaired.; clothing Dyeing In Cleaned all its branches.Old pressedand for 30 hours, but very little damage was Sunday the storm came down on us es eta \ 'good share of the balance at or near

clothing: made to look equal to new. done. The warehouse of Mr. Pierce, with a grand sweep and flourish. The = CD-
All orders by mall or express promptly] that was on his wharf (formerly the Al- schooner Veteran, blew ashore. The .t.7+ p the STOVE, and a
attended to. Prices low. Work good. len wharf,) was blown away and entirely Cincinnatus Farms flag-pole broke into
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demolished, doing considerable damageto 8 pieces Trees blew down and houses Titusville Florida.
Satisfaction guaranteed comfortable.We .
/ will make the cook room
SAM PKKKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, Mr. Munson's sailboat,* which was an- shook quite a good deal. Twenty boats GASOLINE or OIL STOVE
Titusville Fla. chored near the wharf. The scuppernong were hauled out Sunday morning, but
of Uncle and A. I. sell PATENT SCREEN CLOTH at Jacksonville prices.
Hughie
10 years In Sanford, Fla.SemiTropical grapes the storm did not blow as hard as was
Bruner were scattered over the ground expected and no real serious damagewas NEAR & TAYLOR
of Mrs. Owens' Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
pretty badly. A few I done. ,
,grape fruit were blown off. The wharvesare
; Nurseries. more or lens Injured, but none entirely I BANYAN. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES, STOVES, Etc.
gone so far as heard from. The roof We are all here despite the hurricane,
of Mr. Hiscock's house suffered some although tender growth on young orange
s ORLANDO, FLA. damage. The heavy wind and rain loosened trees is parched up, and a few fallen Ii ti' I When In JACKSONVILLE
some of the tared roofing In places. trees In the public road tell us that we THE CLYDE
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SPECIALTIES :- Some of our people sat up all night, had a close call. Eau Gallic,, Fla. visit nr- !
Boone's Early-the earliest and best others went to bed at the usual hour and "
Early Orange. slept Roundly all night with child-like STUART.
The finest SALOON in the South.
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPEFRUIT i faith that the Supreme Ruler of all We are glad to report that the hurricane
and TANGERINE ORANGE things would take care of them. did very little damage here, and
TREES. that our sheds stood the test. PIANOS... Ij High Grade The best that bUJ
liquors can
Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also MALAHAHTIIIMAX.Very money

Poach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, little damage done In our vicinityby
Grafted Roses and Scupornong. Grapevines Sunday's storm. ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, PIANOS... j i Only Selected
is Cabots' Creosote Stains. I'rices of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.

James. Mott, JttNHKX.: and particulars on application to PIANOSttNo II! agents to add Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., l:>c., with bottle of Export Beer.
Box 170. Orlando, Fla.! The gale was a visitor in our section TIIOS. C. WATTS & Co., : : expense.
on Saturday night and Sunday last. Jacksonville, ]O'la.nr .
Jly28ocfJ8.: Benefit Given to Customers.
Aside from blowing down a few trees

% and breaking a few panes of glass, we Write for full particulars.
have do damage to report. : Reading notice ads. on this page GAY BROTHERS'

TlltUALB. are live cents per line per week. DAVENPORT KERRISON, ,

The heaviest tropical storm of the sea Director of Conservatory of Music,

hon made Its appearance here last Saturday Main St.
W. M. MOODY'SBARBER 310 ,
the wind at first blowing from an Palatka Florida. GROCERR
easterly direction gradually, and slowly JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
changing to the north and north west SHOP.Close .
with heavy rain squalls. No damage was We make a Special Feature of our
done to boats, etc., as the water In the The Three Whys.
river, very (fortunately was unusually !
low, but the strong winds did Its duty in to Indian River Hotel, Titusvillo. Mail Order Department.Knowing .

trimming up the cabbage trees, and A share of your patronage solicited
every family had a job alike, removing WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
3 '? palmetto boots and leaves from their with stale food, when you can how difficult It 'Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIBj
door yards. buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with/the assurance of having them fill"
COCOA. 111cc Food fresh every day at :25o!: per Ib ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfa-torj,
SUN LIGHT GAS LAMP anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. We the most and bar
No damage done by the gale at this 2h carry complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida,
place. The news of the approach of the tnF. WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
West Indian hurricane and the high = .... QQydw. : when you can get a bottle of rw- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
For Sale, .. S ; Thomas' Chill\ nnd Fever Tonic, guaran
winds of Saturday made the people very en _.-
solicitous concerning the storm, and every : oa7: I ;X teed to cure for :0c. -

Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties precaution was made to receive it. .4Jsr = :r. ""! ?! ;*.I WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD.
; July delivery. Enquire of Boats were hauled up and storm blinds :n ACHE, when you can get a bottle E. A. WADDELL
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tf JAMES ANUHKWS, Eden, }<'13. put to the store windows. The storm ... ,Q of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ,
t reached its greatest: violence about midnight whb a cure you in shert order for lOc. Miami City and Dade _
:: on Sunday, and kept up until J a. YAT'e MAY le I, 1899. c.::,: is 0O II. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. County
Pineapple Suckers"" m., when it began to grow less violent. CO L.5-a t_ / La Villa Pharmacy,

MIAMI. -cd- .Q'Fcc.s.l. ._ -"_' :.:..: Jacksonville, Fla.: Real Estate Bureau
Red Spanish for sale. : < 'ti1oI:! l
22-2IJ:! :!: 1'. 0, Box 0 i Rio, Fla.: The hurricane has passed: and now -= ;.! nr- Subscriber, your attention is drawnto
people can rest easy. Saturday night:: = "5 the namo-and-date slip. pasted
the wind blow a perfect gale. The wind c-0-0 re d your paper or wrapper. If you are upon in A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and tv.! l'!i

For Sale. came strongest in gloat houses gusts tiemble., wnlch Little made damage the o ac IIIa'O arrears, please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Investments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands o

was done. In the colored portionof -0
S S AOEXTS WANTED. For "The Life and West Coast.,_____
Florida pineapple plants: ; all kinds. the city a few small houses had their s of Admiral IHswey," the world's _.
Extra: early Cowpoas, ripen seed in tiO roofs blown oil and windows blown In. c::> ;:s Achievements greatest naval hero. By Murat HaUtead the For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
k days. Fla. velvet boans, old crop, and The glass In some doors on Thirteenthand J-.... -U2 ,:" 8 life-loan friend and admirer of the nation's Idol' ARMOUR & CO. MILLS. I
will handle new. Velvet boar and cow. Fourteenth streets weto broken anda E! Biggest and belt book; over Sal illumrations.i pages, gxlu Fertilizers AIRMOTER WIND I-
Inches nearly 100 pages half.tone Chicago, 111. Chicago |
pea thresher and cleaner,2-men machine, few trees uprooted. At one time the = Only '1/10./ Enormous demand. Dig conlin II-
best on market, capacity :3 to 5 bushelsper great piles of black clouds In the northwest 115 Dearborn Street a= 13 ::..a- lions tiutttt free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
hour. For! Inside price, write to looked very threatening, but pass. Chicago III. j Iluiclt. The Dominion Company, 3rd .'loor.Caxton --- -
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CAI-T. E. A, WII.BON, ed north of the city, There was not a ft BUlg. ---- --, -

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H3A'I WATCHES CLOCKS
8T. JkUGUSTlXE. ESTABLISHED 1875. ,
}'uucylncllle Slips and Suck The West Indian Gale reached St. 'IA) ,

ers for-Sale. Augustine blew strong from Sunday the northeast night The all night wind, VT'=- ,.A.- :eO-c.reS:: dj 00. ).H1)n, 'S 'jol) . Jwalrj Diamonds

causing an unusually high tide at 1 ,
; Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen o'clock Monday morning The storm GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. :
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and RediSpanish. was not felt much In this city but con .- Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and PresI
: Apply to tiderable apprehension was felt by those FLORIDA.
6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,
& MATTHAMS
HADDOCK summering at Anastasia Island and at I
"l>ahn Beach Pinery," South Beach, but fortunately no damage We handle only the beat and most reliable Seed A complete stock of Day FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPlR1J

West Palm Beach, Fla. WM done I Dora, Oats'Flour: Bran, Wheat,. Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright "andilark --
MELBOURNE. j at w olellale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co. .ai J rte A SPECIALTY.
FerUUww Guaranteed Analysts, Orange tree and Vegetable !"' Pure Ground Spectacles and BII2.
Please mention the ADVOCATE when The late storm did very little damageIn Bone Star Nitrate Brand' Soda, Muriate- of retain, Sulphate l'otallhi Katnlt, to. Theee fertilL.ers, have no E1. Jaaaea. Charge paid oneway.] R. J.
writing advertisers. Melbourne, for which we ate all i lU1"lrior In the market,and a trial will convince. or Catalogue (re ,. 225 W. Bay St, jACK8OXVU.U i

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